BLYTHyOLLB. (4RK.) OOUBME NEWS jSocial Calendar KVJ5NTB Junior Hlih P..T; A. Bingo party at armory'7;SO p. m. Thursday Luncheon etub meeting with Mrs. Ross D. Hughes. . Mrs. Harry W. H&incs entcr : tilning Mld-Week Bridge club. Mrs. P. B. Joynci entertaining Thursday Contract club. U. D. C. meeting with Mrs. W. M. Taylor. FRIDAY'S EVENTS American Legion Auxiliary meeting with Mrs. S. S. SUrnbcrs, 2:30 P. M. SATURDAY'S EVENTS County Council, Home Pemon- £lr»Uon clubs meeting at Woman's club for all day meeting beginning a 1 , 10 B. m. Baptist W. M. V. IIu MktiM Uwn The 59 members of the woman's missionary union of the First Baptist, who attended a meeting Monday afternoon at the church, studied a mission lesson with Mrs. W. M. Wlliants In charge. She used the second chapter of the book "HOK To Pray" and Mrs. W. M. Crow offered prayer. For the devotional Miss Cordelia Wilhite spoke on "The Hol> Spirit." In the social hour the green and yellow color motif was used in Hie serving of a congealed fruit salad cheese chips »nd coffee by the hostesses, Mnics. M. C. Outlaw Russell Fair and Tom W. Jackson Among t^tc, guests was Miss Edna Sinuntrnian- ol Paragould, who here for the -B. Y, P. U. training school at the First Baptist church Ancillary Will Meet Friday Mrs. • S. S, Slcrnberg and Mrs Harrjf .W..' HaineV will enterlaii the American- Ltgipu . HUfillmn Friday', jaftornoon, ;2;3o b'cloilt, ill th* Sternberg Jjome.'jilrs. Lloyd V Wse will be letter, of a. Fidm t the University of Ark»nsas, was' n the honor roll for the first, esttr. He mado over three Joints, the minimum honor palms! or making the roll. He'' U «' member of tlie Tau 'psilon Plil iraiefnlly 'Which rank- d highest : lu scholarship for the. •master Among nil frnterjilllcs In he school. ' • * las Club I'wiy Mrs. W. C. Higginson entertained he Young Matrons Bridge club his week. In the curd games, landkcrchlcfs wont to Mrs. Dixie Jrawford for high score. A chocolate sundae was served dih cnkc. • * * IIu Birthday 1'irly Ullly Joe Millioni celebrated his ifth blrtlidny yesterday l>y Imv- ng 32 of Ills Irlends In to play s-llh him al his home, 200? Byca- VOI'C bl. Afier games Imd been played refreshments were served. Aid to Meet The Jewish Ladies Aid society will meet this evening, 8 o'clock, at the home" of Mrs. Ike Miller when Mrs. Milton Slcrnbcrg will also be hostess. Mill Town Items Bih OJ NetCS Mostly. Personal Mrs. Uyixm Morte and Mrs. James II. Bell wc-nl 10 Oliiiksvllle, reni].. yesterday for a week's stay with Mr. and Mrs. Joslah Fori and family. Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Haitians, of Moorehcad, Miss., arrived yesterday afternoon for the funeral ol W. B. Williams. Mrs. iiulmus h been here for some lime and had Just returned home when Mr. WI1- HUHLI died. She will remain for an extended visit wllli Mrs. WlUloms her sister, while Mr. lUrtmus will return home tomorrow or Friday. Ocorgo W. Barlinm attended to WEDNESDAY, • MARCH V 1934 Her Ignoble Treatment By Napoleon Made History Joms&oro Mrs. C. C. Stevens and (laughter, Mrs. Aline Slovens Potter, Mido DIM Potter and Mrs. Annie Hiibbimt, relumed yesterday afternoon from' Miami, Pis,, where they spcnl two months. U. r. Klrshncr and Byron Morse transacted buslncfs In Jonesboro yesterday. Mrs Deity II. Brooks Jr., Mis. Karnsworlh !!l;ick and daughter, Deity, of Memphis, arc spending lodny here. J. B. Cunningham, who has been! Mrs. C. J. Crane, who has been Vliss Marion Wright and Robert Burdine Wed STEELE, MoT^T MUs Marioi Wright and Mr. Robert Burdln were married at the Chrtsliai clnircli in Blythcvllle Sunday nf ternoon with ihc pastor officiating In a double ring ceremony. Mrs. Samuel Bucdlne, deter of the bride, was maid of honor, and ' the l*st man was Mr. Samuel, liiirdinc, brother of the Bridegroom ' The bride wore a blue swagger suit with grey accessories. Mrs. Burdine Is the youngest duiiijhtcr of Mr. and Mrs. E F Wright. She i» a graduate of Stcele high school and attended i the teachers college at Cap*. Gir- imicau. She ts now a member of the Stcele grammar school facul- >'. Mr. Burdine Is the son of Mr. nd Mrs. R. j. Burdine and in as- oclated with his father In the gin nwiness at Kinsman-Taylor. • * * Miss Josephine Holly of Cootci •nlcrtalncd (he Yonnif Matroiw lul) lasl week. Mrs. fc. W. McCann won high score at bunco, Mrs. Tom iopner held low score,-and the bunco p:-bc went to Mrs. Hugh Michte jr. This week the club will! ie entcrlulncd by Mrs. Sdiney Mil- cr Jr. 1 *Thi« ' program will deal. . will Roland artd : each ' member wll contribute a clipping about' thl country whiuh will be put into tin scrapbook. • « « • i^Class Metis Mrs'. Fred Sandefur was re elected president of, the Beta Chi Sunday school class of the First Presbyterian church to u meeting Monday evening at ihc home of Mrs. Edgar Boruiii. Other officers named were: ,Mi&s Era, Wright, vice president; Mrs. J. Neal Gesell, secretary, Miss Mary Outlaw, treasurer. • Ulit*. ."Y«*r)y reports were given, ind plans made for the coming church year's work. • I The nine present were served a date loaf, toped with whipped crtim, salted nuts and colfee in a brief social hour during which Misses Leone Calllcotl and Mary Elizabeth Borum played piano selections. ! UatfcYille Civic Lt««M Plans Party Club women throughout MlsslSr sippl county and their husbands have been invited to attend the benefit luncheon and diner given by the Leachvillc Civic League March 16. Bridge, rummy and rook will be played in the afternoon and again in the evening folowing dinner. The double affair has bee planned so th»t men may atend. The invitations call tlic parti "The last Round-Up" in pn effort to raise «3 to pay off the list note o(-the building. lafu street M. £. Church Womea Meet The Lake Street Methodls church, woman's missionary soc lety had a business meeting Men day afternoon when 15 member attended. • ' . ,„ Mrs. Green led'the devotions on the theme ''Take the Name o Jesus With • You 1 'in -which Mrs George Dysingcr read, the 24t Psalm lor the scripture, Mrs. J. T O'.lg offered prayer. Plans were made for a play I be given on March 17. • * * GonU at Ctnb When Mrs. J. \V. Bader enter tained the Tuesd»y Hook club th 1 wetit she also had as her guesi MJmes. A. M. Butl^y. Fituimmons John Fieathersion, Wyatl. Henle Tom W. Jackson, W. T. Oberst,. V M. Taylor, s: P. Martin, C. E. W| eon,' Theodore Logan, J. Jfe , Brooks, Charles AUord, R. Reeder, J. 6. Otsell, r. J. Cro* (jer and R. B. Nolen, "The Saint Patrick motif was use in.the tallies and In the refresh ments" of~chicton salad toppet with a green relish, cheese sand wich£s, cake and colfee. Foltc plants and yellow flowers decora ed the two rooms used for cntc taining. . * * * .- ;-. ,-Clib Eaferiateed - B&rpters of the Tuesday Coi tract club were." guests of Mrs. Ms L.; Aldridge this week for an a ternoon bridge game in whi Mjs.-.W. D.-CounbUn. jr., won thi Pr||C. a blooming plant lu a pottery pot. ' ' > '..-IS A cold' plat* lunch 'was 'with better biscuit and-cnftee, seriously HI for two weeks with Influenza unrt l)ronchla\ pncmnon- In, is i-eported a little belter. Mrs, Gallic Holllngshend and son, Charlie, nnd Miss Opul Brooks »nU her cousin of Blylhcvlllc visited J. B. Cunningham and family Sun- itay. Tho Rev. Kobcrt ilendcrson and Rev. Harve MchMdden of Manila, Ark., were called here Tuesday of last week to sec J. B. Cunningham. They returned lo (heir homes Thursday. Miss Flora Henslcy .spcnl Siitur- riay nlglit with Mre. Irene Bradford nnd family. Little Qernldlne Cunningliam, rtaughter of Dcwcy CunnlnghKin of .the'-Slijte Liiw, has pni;innpnla, Mr. CuiinlhghR'ni'. was called here by Ihe Illness of his father, J. B. Cunningham; but was forced lo return home because of daughter's illness. his Denton News seriously 111. Is belter today. Mrs. John L. Flnley Jr., nnd Mrs. W. Leon Smilh spenl Monday in Memphis. ; . The Rev. and Mrs. Marion A. IJoggs left lotlay at noon for their home In Hot Springs alter having motored over last night for the funeral of W. B. Williams this morning. Mrs. Altai Walton hus returned from Miami, Fla., where she and her (laughter, Mr*. Berry Broolts Jr., and baby, of Memphis, spcnl a month. Doyle Henderson will attend to business in Ctnx: GU&T(tavi, Mo., tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cnldwcll und- two sons were in-Memphis Monday. Mrs. C. G. Smith IIH.S returned from Meridian, Miss, where she spent ten days. Her son, Carleton Jr., went down for her Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Uailer have as their guests Mrs. Barter's sis- Mrs. Jennie. Mne McCarver ol ter, Mrs. Sallle Bader, and Mr. and . Jackson. ... Is visiting her mo- Mrs. Frank Russell, of St. Louis, Yarbro, who ISj They arrived yesterday ufljcrifcpr and have' gone to Memphis for but will return tonight for oclawas —w-.— — —... IUIEIIJ UHI, mil JIHU cst Thursday night of Miss Min-1 several days here e Taylor o! Bleelc. | L. Breaks Hip in Fall Miss Edno Wrlglu spent last! cek with Mrs, Hazel Bond of ecriiij. Miss Velva Lesler of Holland Manila Society — Personal Donald Stuart left for Memphis on business Friday. Rev. ,t. w. Moore, pmuor of the Mai-llit Methodist church, held fun- tral services for Ben L. Hargrove at Lcnchvlllc Friday. Mr. iiiui Mrs. M. L, Downing visllcd Mis. DownhiB's mother lii Jciusboro Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Flcemnn word in ruraeoulcl Thursday on business. Tin mime people's class of; the Methodist chinch enjoyed a- party H lift man News Mr. and Mrs, S. Forrester of Tyler, Mo., called on relatives here last week, Mrs, Mary Hatfleld and Howard Games, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. George lAdams and Mrs.'Mittie Whltchiirst, motored to St. Umis Saturday. Mrs. Whllehurst remained with her daughter, Mrs. Paul Miller, Indennitely. while the feat of th« party returned Sunday. ' June Whilehursl Is the guest of he\' aunt, Mrs. Ada Baxter of Bragg City, Mo, Mabel Bracfcln" Is greatly Improved after several days Illness. Aubrey Men-lit was able to return to his home last week after being 111 of pneumonia at (In/ home cf his mother, Mrs. Mary Merrill. Mr. and Mrs. Murvln Huffman id children and Mrs. Edna Harson were guests Sunday of Mr. id Mrs. n. H. Williamson of near yler. ijueen Louise of Prussia: A reproduction of the painting by Gnstav RI enter, BY ALICE KOHH which nil royal brides were Written for NEA Service UQ Berlin, became King in 1797.. Queen Louise of Prussia wos sol Everyone from the great poc employed. was us good as she was beautiful. at the chuix-h Friday evening. ("eautlful that Talleyrand was [Goethe to the King raved abou Paul Downing left Thursday for; Llflni(1 lo llavc Napoleon meet her. I her beauty. Not- only were he Detroit, Mich., where lie is lo he wlmt llc <U<1 "ot realize, was—she jbtg blue eyes, her golden hair, he exquisite figure extolled, but he beautiful diameter as well. Sli was intelligent, well educated, gin |ed. affectionate, sympathetic, gen Even Oustnv Richtci-s portrait jcrous, altruistic- and trusting, is no greater proof of her beamy ' Mrs. J. H. Poc left Sunday foi l!llc trembled lest, tlie emperor I3ASSETT, Ark. — Mrs. J. W. mil Thursday night with Miss Hobbs, who makes her home the lodiau Sliiyion. Misses Fdna Wright uiu! Audrey OWL-II were guests Sunday of Miss uinle Farrls. Litllc Velrta McClnnaJuin is III. Mr. and Mrs. v. B. Rcddick spent mdny -vith Mr. and Mrs. Luther cddlck of Erngg Clly. greater pjirt of the time with her niece, Mrs. W. A. Parker of Bussell, fell and broke her hip early Tuesday morning while visiting at the home of another niece, Mrs. Berb Mallory of Forrest City. She was taken to Campbell's Clinic, Memphis, for treatment. Rollins, Mo., lo enter a hospital (or eye treatment. Miss Aline Wallace of Memphis siient Uic week-end as the guest of Mrs. Elmer Thrclkcld. ; Mrs. U. o. stiMvvt. spent tSe week-end in Blythevillc. Miss Ovine Hiitchhis, who al- lends college In Memphis, spent the week-end with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Hutchins. Mr. und MVK. R. J. McKinr.on vlsilcd rclstiveji in Tuckcrmnn, Ark., Sunday. Mrs. Scnella Norris and daughter Jean returned Saturday Irom nn extended visit, in Florida. Miss Jenn uo\\-ning spent Monday in Memphis. Mrs. R. J. McKiimon nnd Miss Anne Hout were in Memphis Sat- to Prussia. succumb am! grant favors Your Opponents 'I'ake Tricks They Have Coming Today's Contract Problem Tlic contract Is five clubs by .North West lias bid liearls. Kas; opens the queen ot licartt, which holds, llc shifts to a diamond. Hero's a Up— \Ye-st holds a singleton club. How should tlic hand be flayed? .j u rcijutrcs rerfect timing. (Bliutl) (Dlind) A AS 3 SPS 4 A K S e 3 + QJS5 Solution In ucxl issue. *8 V 8 TO »87'5 2 *KQ t 3 2 AKJ91 V 94 2 . + H01 W K * A 0 3 V A 10 » A J :i # A S *i 410 7 r, n VKQJ OS 4 Q1Q 3 Hubbor briil Opening lead — S'oiitli \VCst "* Nm-lli I'ass Vi\ss t'ass 1'Sbs 1'N.T- 1'ass 1 M.T. aN. T. urday. Tlic B. than .the French diplomat's sub- Ik- warning before the Treaty oi Tilsit. "Sire, will you jeopardize your great conquests for a beau- Iful woman?" The warning worked. For stronger than his fleeting fancy was Nn- polean's egotism. Hllcher's paining is said lo represent the mo- ncnt Louise descended the stairs o plead for mercy from the conqueror of her stricken country. If uib Is true what humiliation and resentment and loathing were concealed by that lovely face. Napolfnn's Treatment Y. P. U. of Manila Baptist church presented a special program at New Hope Sunday af- tcmoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Pierce cn- IcrUUned with a surprise birthday purty for Mis. J. J. Masscy Sunday. Miss Georgia Lee Stnnit has returned ftom a few rtnys visil in Little Rock. Solution to Previous Contract Problem BV WM. E. McKENNEY Secretary, Amtrican BtWjt l*»sue We all hate lo let our opponents cash their good tricks. We don't mind throning llicin In and letting them cash one trick, If necessary, to execute a nice end play, but lew players even will my. Nd th let BO Uxe four- and ttaice of clubs and a small diamond. Ueclaicr's next play was the Jack of cluts from dummy. North played UK queen atid liast won ho trick with the ace, South* ilpe droning. The drop of the line nmrki-H South with a single:op club. The declarer knew that he think of letting their In to cash two or three tricks. good However, that is Just what Andrew J. carran ot Cleveland had to do in today's hand to make his contract of three no trump. U he lind taken the diamond finesse, his contract would have been defeated. By watching the drop ot Ihe cards, he gained a pirlect :csdmg on the hapd. The Play South's natural opening against three no trump was the'king ol hearts,' which Carran, the declarer, refused to win. Soulh continued with the queen, East winning with the ace. Carran cashed four spade tricks more iu the. school of engineering vhnihig iht fourth siude In duiit- Chafes Joseph, son .of Mr. and Mr». Sim Joseph, who is a sopho- Pecan Grove News The children of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hodge are ill with measios this week. Bill Robertson and Larson Crump were dinner guests Sunday ot Mr. Robertson's sister and family, Mr? snitf Mrs. Homer Mcslcy of Go&nrll. Among Ihose who arc Kick this cek are little Luvcnnn Crump, aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larson' Crump, and lltlc James O'N'ral, on of Mr. and Mrs. Billy O',S'r;i Jack Moody is very ill tills ucok. Mrs. Buchannon of Lone Oak l>cnt Friday night with her laughter, Mrs. Homer Hodge. Erticst Koonce ot Blylhcvlllc «- ls he guest Sunday night of his L-LS- cr, Mrs. Elmer Overlon. The children of Mr. ar.ci Mrs. O. A. Brooks, who have been j|i with measles, arc somewhat i Ml&s Odls' Russell and Jamie ?olk. spent Saturday night arc Sunday with Miss Lucille Overtoil could go over to the Icing of riia- nunds aiid take the dlnmontf lincssc. lioplnp that It would win but ho could not sec the advan- ugc in uklRg a clmncc on a plaj that might full. n c knew ttm Souili heU! nothing but, hearts and diainniute. Why nol throw South into the lead, and, when he cashed lit goo:| hearts, he would be forced to. lead diamonds • H Is tru that. If South originally held si> hearts, this play would be defeat ed. but it was the safer ploy. Thcrelore, the three of dia oiids was led and won in dum my with the king. The nine o hearts was piaycd and a club dis carded. South won with the Jack He cashed his five and three o h«arls on which the declarer dls caidea his two clubs. South now was forced lo lea frcm the qucen-icn of diamond into Carran's ace-Jack. (Copyright, 1931, NEA Service, Inc. itussell and L. Z. Konce thevlllc spent Monday night via- their aunt, Mrs. Annie Robertson Mr. and Mrs. Claud Du ne,ir. of Blan for NVav Yel ,'Japolcon was not alone i blnmlng her for plunging h country into war. That she • wi betrayed by her admiration f and her belief in her false frier Czar Alexander of Russia did n excuse her. Yet from the suffe ings of Prussia came its lat glory and the Gennan Nation, the days when Napoleon was IhiTnlening Europe it was .Louise who said: Our only hope is the closest alliance among all that bear German names." Louise's son William (grandfather of ux-Kaiser William II) was Clear Lake News Louts Heiison iu«i son visited in .omiscd Land Sunday. Richard Beachani of Dclroit, :ich., has arrived to spend u few days with his brother Walter Mrs. M*miQ Hancock w » the dinner guest Sunday of Mrs l\ sic Beard. ' Mrs. G. G. uaynes Is ImurovliiK alter a week's Illness. The Clear Lake Canning dub has 40 members enrolled and i- planning to open a community canning Jdtehen In g few days -n 5 e members arc canning Komlny nils week and plan to slart camnne beef and rx>rk. and bcaiLs i,, !: short lime. SHORTE COLDS PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS OKADfc A Raw Milk FhoM 7« Craig's Dairy palace of Versailles, January 18, 1871. Queen Louise died in 1810. In distinction 'Of making history out of Ills Ignoble treatment of R noble woman. On her he vented all his hatred of Pntsia. i'erliaps in Freud j J" 1 ' night lurk an (i--" 1 --"-* 1 -" -' 1 - 1 * l"er personal venom. i^iii^'Lcuiia m-i,, . lerest in women did not, extend | M ?^ m:arU ' e ::_ affcr . Wate L Io °: to tlseir Intellects. He could not tolerate women in iwlilics. And for a beautiful woman to ride "like an Amazon" exhorting her troops to light him was unthinkable. He overlooked, conveniently, that Louise was forced to fight a weak man's battles. For this noble woman to go lo Tilsit in answer to her wcnkllng husband's cry, and beg clemency froai tlic enemy who had insulted her was the ultimate sacrifice. There is ;i story tliut Napoleon, despite Talleyrand's wily warning, was so impressed by I/wise's licau- ty. and charm that he was oji the 1815 General Blucher who adored of his ' ' lcr ai "' wll ° never forgot Napol- Nopoleon's in-1 c °"' s , ( » S ;'1"»S treatment, reached , ,™,H I Montmartre, after Waterloo. Looking down upon Paris he murmured: "Louise is avenged." "The Proper Thing" point of l\ev request for minister. Dut late at Tilsit." Louise \v;is Magdenuurg, when her husband Frederick llfljollcrt inlo Hie ropmi' She gained "nothing tat Napoleon never again insulted her. And when he learned of her death lie saw. "Tilt hing has last his best arrived loo .' thirty-four when she died exhausted by hardships and loo many burdens. For in addition lo sustaining Frederick lir In war, in diplomacy, in politics, she bore him ten children. Home-loving Queen Hoiv often the Napoleonic sneer that woman's place is the home Is the woman's prayer. Louise want- notlring more than to "How long before (he wedding should the invitations be sent out?" i Wedding invitations are sent out not later than fifteen days oiul j not earlier than .four-weeks Ijclorc ; the date set for the wedding. I "Are wedding presents ever sent. lo the bridegroom instead of the I bride?" . ' All wedding presents are addicsp- i cd lo the bride, even though they arc sent by friends of the bridegroom. It Is not customary lo give a bridegroom a ixsrsonal wedding present. Before 18-40, more timber \idt felled to clear land thim to provide material for building and in- j dustry. ' Skron were dinner guesls ci n-.e lovingly over her family. Love dom- latter's slsler. Mrs. Ora Blocks, inated her Ijfc. She laved not ovily Sunday. Braggadocio Hive occupanls of ,1 Chc.-o'.'t coach driven by Mrs. J. L. j.ip-es were uninjured Saturday mo:ni"i when the car collided with a tn-c't 12 miles south of Osceola on Highway 61. Both car and truck wrrc badly damaged. Mrs. Jar.-.cs v. >& exonerated of all blame and i- cr car Is tclng repaired at ihc expense of the company opciat'i'ifr the truck. ' ' s Mrs, rioyd Hamlet «-as brought home Saturday from (h( , mn , ,. r.Ile hospital where she hart'been under treatment. Miss Ruby HaUcy of S' Lo-r<: H vlsltlns lOallvi'i hr:^ " Ijfc. her dull, phlcgmalic husband, hrr children, her country, rtie lovcrt all humanli.}-— excrpj. Nnpolcon. Of her children she Slid: "Above all I want to bring them tip to be beneflcleiil iiicnds lo humanity." Queen Louise ot Prussia was the daughter of Charles Louis Frederick or Mecklcnburg-Strc- lilz. nils • unimportant Prince could scarcely have forscen Ihc fantastic dcfliny ni store for (lie baby girl his .wife bore him in March, 1776. When she was seventeen she \ras riding in :i golden coach just like the beautiful Princess lira fairy laic to ninny the King's son. The King was Frederick William n ,)[ Prussia. 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