The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 19, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 19, 1934
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HLYTHEVIUJ!:, (AM.) COUHIP NEWS MONDAY, MARCH 19, 1034 \\ Social Calendar . . Xp>. Max B. R<ici having young Matrons BrliJsc club. Tuesday Coutwt club meeting with Mrs> H«fry. Kirt».. P. t: .V Wtttlpf Hi ic'uitve'''bc^rd', ! ^ M,lssl«!ppl Federation' Women's duos, mewing at Hpjicl Noble, 10 a. in. ijaple^ Grpyc Cemetery association meeting' with Mrs. Frank """I, 3:39' P'-»an* Prqjesaonul Wo- cjub having BJnjq parly Golf .Hotel, 1:30 p, m. WEDNESDAY'S EVEHTS Misses Minnie Matthews, \V jcrse Brownlec and. Clarice Kennedy entertaining' for Ml^s Bull Wljitworlh at tlic Matthews homo al'3:45 p. Hi. Oeluliuri chanter nwlhig Hotel Mobic, 9:30 a. in. " THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Roland^ Qrccn having Thursday Bridge club. T,'hurjs4ny Luiictipon club uiccl Ing with 'Mrs, J, A, Lycclj. KiJI-Caic club, meeting at Wu rrie'n's dub. la Have. toBfo fatly The Biiilutsi and Profcssiona Women's, <SuV. »t!l hayc i Bins p£ifty Tuesday, evening, o'clock, at thc'QoU.liRtcl. A. larg,prices, ha.vQ.bccu dpn^i y rie'membeYs wlih no. soloc . from, local. Qrnis. Proceed of-the ticiccts, at 3S cents, will ubd- to ixiy tuition for a hlc ol' pupil. • Oils and. hostesses at [lie .sup(Knee of (lie Kill euro club Kley evening at Hie Woman's Ub. Bits oj Neu/'s Mostly Pers9nal 0B S t HJ IP Miss Minnie Lcc Jones Is finite I from ti severe cold ul her home n Chlckasjiwba avenue Miss Clam Hawklni) ol Joncs- oro. who has been licrc •cell, has gone- to Carulhcrivillc to., where she Is lo ba employe^ Wutrenc lii-owulce am ;laricc Kennedy and Jim and idQlph Crufton rolurncd last nlijlil roiii several days Kpcul in Hot ipringb and Lilt-In R«K. j Mrs. O. W. McCnuiiicn and daughter, Sara Lou, went lo Memphis today where. Sam Um will undergo Irciitinent at thu UatHlsl lospllu!. Tlicy plan lo return lo- norrow. They were also accompanied by Miss Belly McCttlclien who relumed lo Si. Mary's school after spending the weekend ul home. Sara Lou hus been lit several days. Don Salmons, of Little Hock, Inis arrived to iiiuke his home hero and to be connected with Iho Cr.titlou Bros. Hla bride will Join him April 1. Jessie Srlle Is resting very well at, tha Blythevllte hospital following n major oiwratlon pcr- forwed, Friday.. Mrs. J. K. Ltvlnuituu, who has :eu seriously 1U for 13 days, is now improving. Miss Sue Lolcn hus. returned, from Horseshoe Lake, Ark., where s!)c spcnl two weeks. She was accompanied Uonie by Miss Ophelia Enochs who will 'be her guesl for a week or more. Mr. and Mrs. .1. Loni& Cherry sec copies of Ih best.books for children in a, sc ie^.iof book exhibits to. bo held tie,-local-schools-this week undc tut' direction of Miss WU\utc VI gU,-,Turner,' elf. 'supervisor "ffilWflW- tarn- those- best I ^ "» weekend al Helena, the"'Misery age UWWh jaulor Mrs ' w ' B ' ri " llltr ll " (l high school age, will: be L'Shlbilcd itU Lange school .Tuesday; at Central ,W»rd Wednesday and at. Sud- p'wy. school^Thursday.' These books ate'.T?csirrimended .by the Intcf- c'a twill-"Kindergarten »nion and were select* 'as the besi for .de- "tho cniltirtn's taste lor ading. "of'Ujo 'fl.yo cenl-s ad mission charged will be used to purchase 'becks for libraries in tlie schools. BHOWN CJN UOLC. 3IUIIAEO BV,« IN Mrs MOUTH *T ONH m E-L1SSA LAHDl »Ult-DS UPA COMPLETE Osceola Society — Personal Mi'6. Sam B. Coble, who before lic-r recent marriage wns Mrs. Xiilnh Swift, Is belnj complimented at a bridge party Tuesday at- lerttoon wlien Mrt. P. P, Jacobs will entertain several tables ol Irlcnds at Wlndovcr Tmacc, her country homg south of town. Mrs. Coble was also the Jwnorce at a dtlighUul Easter party Frl- i|jy, »'|ier» li«r dsughter, Mrs. p. B Laiiey, and Miss Emrou COX, entertained the members o! Mrs. Coble's bridge club and other fiiends to complete flvc tables. High score Jtflze was awarded Mrs. Guy Bryant, Mrs. E. H Driver cut consolation iavor and P. T. A. News Mte. Joe Craig was eliairnjan ol IhQ program for the study course last Tuesday night. The subject was "jlcorganUatlon of The Hew Curriculum." Mr, Stubbs spoke on the grading reorganization, Mrs. Craig, Mrs. Rimer and Mrs. Armstrong spoke on the activities of the children. Mrs. Armstrong had on display A Farm unit made by ths children in Miss Hub-lead's room at Langc school and she explained how this heliwd to develop the child. The r.exi tntcting will ccmpleic the course aiid. Mls& Hardy will be In charge of ' the program. The Better films committee; sponsored a program at the Kiu TlwtUro SiiUirilay moruing at ten o'clock. This program was made Annouiiwmtnl has been made, oi the marriage of Miss Minnie Alton .and E4 Overman,- botfi.of this. city. The- Rev: S. M." Watson perfrbined tlia ceremony. : - • * * B»rtfcU-D»tTnfqrt Mjis Joy Davenport aud Lloyd B»rtfctt, both of . Oo&ncU, were uolied In marriage by the Hev. S M. Watson.- 'X"helii)i micriage- of. L. Watklns. and r Arthur C. -Elan jr., bot{! of Memphis, occurred it ttis, city wlUi the R«y. w. V t. .ptstor. of th,o 0 " t..' cfaurcl), perfpruiUig the cereujBcj. *. .• . Mrs. Cora Anthony and Sidne. Hughes, - both o{. Amiowl, wee married., here; .with . tlic. teryic read by the.Rsi. S. M,. Watson. Mjs5..P.arisy. rfarier. of Osccol, and. Len.i. fox, of Carjitherivijl Stq., obtained a, marriage license a the Blythevillc otlice ot tho coin ty court .clerk. CompUwenti Behle MIS. BuBert.-CraJtou was lo 16 guests Saturday afternoon compUmentlng-htr sister, Mrs. Ted .Clark Hmore.rwire "was betore her recent marrinste. Miss Virginia Martin. " " minie, of Helena, Ark., nrc guests : Mrs. Tannor'f inothei'. Mrs. T Muhali, and oilier relatives for wect Mr. TSimer molorcd Item Saturday and returned ycs- crday. New Liberty News charming gift. Mrs. Belvn Martin ol Kennell, Mo., who visited icla- ttves here last week, was un out ol tuv.-n gnesl. • • • | ihc osceol* \V r pmeiii Pro6r«»>vc Club will op»n thtir club room, iccciilly re-decorated and cf|Uip- ji:d with a new dance floor and room, at, 11 benefit dance to be given Thursday evening, March f-'oluy SlolU und ills rccoi'dins Ira will provide music for Hie dniicliig which will begin promptly at ID o'clock and continue till 'i a. m. The first big party of Ihe spr season to bo given in the newly equipped club room is set lor Wcdncsxlny alUrnoon when Mrs ;. S. Driver and Miss Catherine iarwcll will entertain a mimbei ol friends nt contract bridge. ' illy for children, Junior High 1'. T .A. met Wcd- :cstlay at Ihree P. M. Miss Wil- IB Lawson guest speaker, siwke on Keeping Faith With the child," The pupils panton'.UitM bevcrul s paintingis and. Mrs. A. M. Vachbiirn read . the President's nessagc. in the business meeting, several small bills were allowed.! liie treasurer's report showed nuny iu &lvc ruu touVc'i hilly Iwo dollars in the treasury. Plan Hand to the Last Play to Prevent Possible Losses Mr. 'and Mrs. B. 1L Crook and aymoiul Turner have returned rom Memphis where Mrs. Crook as nt, the Buntlst hospital lor evcral days. Mrs. Bill Meadley und children, f Osceola, who have been visit- ig Mr. and Mrs. W; A. Lloyd, ave relurncd home. Mr. tuid Mrs. Frank Mny and >on, Charles, have returned lo heir home at Bassctt, Ark., alter pending a week with relatives. Mr. .and. Mrs. J. F. Epperson and Ir. and Mrs. Wheeler Epperson i Sunday with Mr. mid Airs. Vill Wheat at Blytlicvillc. " Tl)p..D. Y. P. U. have ;i jio neetlng Thursday evening. Tlic.Rev. W. J. LcRoy, pastor ol he. L,ake Street Methorllst church it BlytlicvllJe, niled his apirai netit,. here Sunduy aflcriioon. Today's Contract Problem'- Soulli Is in a four-spado \ contract. Weal oiicnr. '.ho • Kin^ of illitmonda, on wliich ; South [ilays tin) nine and . East tlio Uivcc. Woat sliitts •. lo the seven ut cluljL', nnd "Kasl'fl lou forcei; Ihc doclar- ; «r'a ace. When SonUi loads ', tho king of hearts, sliould I West win Iho trick willi llio ! acot ' (Uilml) (Uliudj itt next issue, t» A AKQ1095 « AQ'lO.ii + Q3 2 10 S7 D 2 3 4-.t'2 ,370 78 * K J S I 4, J 4 3 2 »AJ «> K'J 8 1 + A 10 0 duplicate—-Non o vul. OpeninK lead—V K. -SuutU West North Ensl, Pass Pass 1 4 2 + Pass ,1 4 •I 4 Po-ss 1 \ ?? The Proper Thimf "When a servant errs, the host- fp eta sometimes feels that she must. |j let lier guests know Him she sees f that a niistuke hus Ix-cn innde. How can this bo indicated?" _ 11 must not be indicated to any- i gf one. except tlie servant, and then | only If directions arc needed, rse can be given in an unobtrusive way and In a manner that » kindly.. "May one ever lay a piece of bread, on the table to butter it?" Bread must be broken into small pieces which arc held between the fingers while being bullcrcd. == ~ BILIOUSNESS p Sour stomach s 3 gas <in«i headache M H due do M CONSTIPATION • A Nurse Ad vises I'ilK Dliilf, Ark.. 5Ji<J: -I lltdi I)i. Vln«' s (Mfen >l"ilra) nib'.uvfjy ij a fitntnl tonic iud lu^e aV.viys found ii .1 jycji aid i'n Read Courier News Want Ads, A, W. Voung was hoslcss be- Mrs her two lablc bridge club iiflomoon, entertaining sides the. club members, Mrs. God- Wlilte, Mrs. Geo. Cone and Mrs. Wilkerson. Mrs. White won high guest prize .'lans were discussed for present-1 " ng u historical style show and ncinbcrs were urged to pay their dues. The Home Hygiene CXiurse, under the direction of the county health unit is making good progress. The students received, llicir lirM, lesson in bed making Wednesday. Mrs. Zul B. Harrison, president, (ipliolnlcrt the following nominating committee: Mrs. M. Jonlz, Mrs. Gray and Huiucr Su-Adinan. Miss Sinnplcs' room won tlic attendance prize. The Senior GRADE A Raw Milk Phuc 74 Craig's Dairy and Mrs. V. A, club While on high an interesting P. T. A. held meeting Tuesday. Members of Mrs. Tlieo. Sneed's tu'o table bridge club and Uvo ex (in tables of guests lo include Mrs. C. J. Lowrance Jr., and her moth- j cr, Mrs. A, C. Davidson, of Uniontown. Ala., who is visiting her, Mesdamcs J. U Ward, 11. J. Hale, C. L. Drake, D. a. Laney, C. B. Driver. Guy Bryant, W. E. Jolni- bon und Mrs. McCnllough, enpoy- ed her hospitality at, an ulleinooix jurty last'week. : Mrs. Milton Pope was winner ol h'.EH score club prize, Mrs. C. J. Lowrance Jr. won high guest prize I and Mrs. W. W. Prcwill cm con- i solution favor. The programs were printed upon silhouettes of girl graduates aiut the Senior class of 1934 was in- tiodticcd by Byron Morse, he social hour -which followed also was in charge., of the seniors. Mre. Paul L.. Tiptou led the program in which Mjrs. L. E. Olds jr., read Ihe president's message and Miss Willie A. biiwson, of Little Hock, spoXe on "Emotional Health." Mrs. B. A. Lynch presided in thi: bus iness .session. Read Courier News Want Ads. i 6* I'asa 7* 2 V Puss 1'ass Pass Pass IU Yellow lonquilE,' sweet peas u snapdragons iri paslcl shades and oilier,' sprjng bl«soms decoralcd the house ai*d.- tfiere was a touch of green In U« •.rclnanient table coy«s and gUas ' ware used ii serving a saiad-iplate, Hosiery, : the • high score prize went, to .^Jiat .Sir* Jo LiWIe, Miss ifcry-. BUwefce/qay, received i«r luac-for. tfce.'.cut. prijc. and Mts- '' •lingerie. Netherland News Tho Woman's, club met Thursday afternoon for a business meeting in charge of Mrs. Bert Newman. .Mrs.'M. R. Rowland vvus lame, and song .leader. The game prize was presented to Mrs. Rc-x Darby. Mrs. MarX Troutman and Mrs. Will James were hostesses. Mrs. Mark Troutman and Mrs. A. O. Blankenship were guests of Mrs. Charlie Stauffer of Concorrt lasl Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. M. n. Rowland sited In St. Louis utul also vis- ed the hitler's sister, Mrs. nub! Sikeston. recently. Mrs. Alma James visited lw '.rents. Mr. and Mrs. Webb o t-.niley lust week. Mrs. Willie Jurats of Swill w» ic guest of Mrs. J. E. Muthis hnrsnay. Mrs. M; c. BlunkctisbSp li; LS rc- urncd from an extended visit at enalh. E. McKKNNKV Secretary. jVjncriran Bridge League Slow nnd when to recognize squeeze play always is n pcr- jloxing qucilion lo aiiyuuc. Tlito ntei-esilng hand tamo up in a re cent tournament, and the bidding Crib, Mr T - *ln.J.-H;BWjs>- entertained tin ThMp!<Uy...Bri<%B' club member and. a;nup^ei.. ol. r guesUt Frid» »(tejrpoon.--'H>e.- juiests include MB. 'Hetct>er;l4J|in^5 of Stuttgart V^', hnioygiKiirt at Mr. and Mrs W. lftfi.:SmKk,-tU» Haljle Mo HfHey,-of: -K»flJtjrti,. Mp.. gqcst o Dr. and .lli».-'U/K.'Mopre^ Mm a Hfraiu .WyUe. A- B.,Fairfleld, Ctc Bfcijw, J;: louts: Cherry, A. Utjle and J.' W;' Adams jr. •liiflr biwte .of ; yeUojf. . Jonqul^ujiii.fpr.tbe; »jrtni(Unie rtco In .the card-game itrs r«*Jot. .rtqtived the cju iiUtt ro«t, and a lunch epti-cloth went',to-. Mr». Gee 6bane for. rUt^-gu^ct prize. • ' : A-»ira»fcrn;'i<» WM served ...... iijlgKtiMi r -ca)ni,;;euIi;w nu(« and Solution to Previous Contract Problem Of course, Norlh immediately aw slam possibilities and showed the new feature of his nand by bidding diamonds. South support cd Ihc diamonds. North's bid o! licarls was a cue old, as Smith's bid of clubs. The Piny Now you can tee that, as inc hand goes down, alter East &per.b the king of hearts, North has a losing club IrlcK. Most player, would make the mistake ot r.'.ilm; the losing heart immediately, b:i l?l us Iry (o picture if there i:; possible tiiuceje In the hand—an (his is Ihe way lo work it. First, you arc going to dixar actually lonk place as given below. Certainly plenty o[ bidding, but the tbucc o( clufcs on the HCC o the (withers did arrive at a grand I hearts. All Ihc diamonds -arc co slam. Eolith's l>id ol tuu s,pade» i^ highly conilructive. It EMI had passed ar.d South had bid tlic two spndcs, It would liuvc bt-en jusl- u giving UK: ctiancc by cntciing (lie bidding. SoiHh's Bid of two sp:irles became almost equal to spade bid if EasL had Tl'.eu. if we run off all Ihc t>padc to what will UK hand, bt do'*n Dummy will bear down to tl- ace and ten of clubs and llu j.ic. ol hearts. Declarer will luvr trump und Ihc queen und dcuu- clubs. . If Eiist liainxns to hold the kii you can see iliat tl Clear Lake News Richard Ucacham returned to home in Detroit, Mich., Frily accompanied by His sister, Mrs. harlcs Lutes. Mr. und Mrs. Robert Farmer iilcd their daughtor at. proinibcd nid dtuing Ihc weekend. Mr, and Mrs. Milford Milter liad party Friday evening for the oiingcr sel of Ihc cormmuiily. Herman Via. of Steele, Mo. pent Uie weekend with his cou- n, Thomas Via. There were 2B women at the club meeting Monday afternoon who aimed jwrk. Work will begin 01 he Ullchcn as soon as the him xt Is delivered. In a socwl hou ilackberrics and cake were scrv try to hold (he king and ten o clubs and the queen of hcarls. You Ihen would lead your las trump, and East cither- would hav lo throw away his queen of hear' or discard Ihc small club. So yo< can picture m your own han whellier the squeeze is possibl and if that h the only possible wi to make your contract, then pro ceed to piny tlic hand in Ilia manner. Don't make tiic mi:>iHkc uf ru ting Ihc jack ol hearts—keep to cmbnrrass, PO that he mu protect the queen. (Copyright. 103-1. NEA Service. JILL ,'ardui Condition a tunes for wtak. run-down condition and it has helped me." writes Mis. Walter M. Coulon. of Fornyili Ca. "i was nervous and sudcring from n weak condition. Theic were days when i l la d to lie down during the day. I sent for six bottles of Cardui, as it had helped mo before Caidui gave me slreimlh stopped tho neno;isnos5 nnd heliw me In every way".... cordni maj b« Jittt what you need. It can't d you ahy liarin, su wliy , tlJ i [,-„ lt .Tliousands ol- women lestify Car .dill bcncnud them. If It rlocs , 10 benellt YOU, consult n physician -r-Adv. 3 reel Spring with a cleau hat it. and ' Mrs. J.' f. Lentl and »fr.'ai)d-Mrs.' C. C. Wood will be'! VlCKS VORATONE a better mouth-wash at. a big saving I Burial Associations Must Allow Choice of Undertaker Every burial association now operating legally in tin's state must allow free and unrestricted choice of undertaker or funeral director. The- association may designate a funeral ilireulor Init if 1'or any reason the family of the deceased desires to choose another funeral director it's wishes shall be respected and payment made by the association to director chosen by family. '• ^ . Y Absolute designation of a director against wishes of the family is now positively forbidden. ftniccze Is posslhle. because he inn BIRTHDAY PARTY? With Kuslcr jusl around the corner every tit a n will wmi ;i spir and. • *!tan hut to lup olt I hat new suit. Have y o n r Spring ha I It Eli 1)1 LT Ihe Darnes way. Barnes' Nu-Wa Cleaners Phone 180 You are-cordially invited to help U3 celebrate Kclyinitoi's 2CiK Binhday- andwhitaglotiouspartyitisgoingtobc! There v-'ill be plenty of refreshments— tho5tiM!cioujfio:cndeaciti, made from favorite recipes from the famous Kelvin Kitchen! There will be souvenirs and an in-, tcrniing little story boofc you can take .home to the chtMrcnl And ihc biggest treat of the whole celc- • biatjon willbeihe first sriowjng of KtU : in»tos'» bciuitiful 20th Anni- - vcrsary modcUI Look forward to 3 rkmnt sur- rrist, because you have never seen, such electric icfegetawis —ot so •A; nunv important fcatmcs. The new Kclvinaior I : ood Filefwith the Vegetable Crispcr, tlicDairy Dislct, anj the Thrift Tray for left-overs; tlic new Pattty Scr; tlic Water Cooler; "4 refrigerator) in I;" fully automatic operation: the r'roa Chcit; World's Fastest Fcec:ing Spi'c.l — are some of the noteworthy (ealutcd you will sec — featuics \vliich make Kclvmatoc the /incst in ckaric rc- Our 2ftli Bitthday Pally 13 all iJifs ucffc. Don't miss it. Take thii oppoitunify lo scc. tlic l.ncst atvl greatest clcattc refngcr.itcts Kcl- vinatorrias ever built. VC'c will be delighted to sec you at out pasty. SOUVENIRS - REFRESHMENTS - PRIZES - STORY BOOKLET FO3. THE CHILDREN OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL 10 O'CLOCK 5th 1914 J. C. API'LEBY MOM CO. Tl^R" "1 . * - g tK.l?*!* Kelvinator jjlvllieiillc, Ark. 1934

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