The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 15, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 15, 1930
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PAGE TWO Bl.YTHrcVll.1,10. (ARK.) COURIKR NKWS •.- MONDAY, SI'Ul'iSMBEU 15. 1930 Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Society Calendar -The Senior, High dcliool Parcnt- Teadier association Will have an Informal reception for Us t-achers at the high school auditorium at 8 o'clock to which nil parents 10 senior high students are Invited. The Maple Grove Cemetery association Is meeting with Mrs. Frank Webb at her home on Chlck- asawba avenue. Wednesday The Delphlatis will meet nt tlie Hotel Noble at 9 o'clock. Thursday Mrs. J. Louis Cherry is liavlns the Mid-week Bridge clul). Enter Memphis Contest Hifli School Teachers ;i and Parents Honored. Plans for the Informal reception to be given by the high school Parent-Teacher association for Ihe teachers of that school Tuesday evening show "that interesting entertainment will be enjoyed. Par- fills of pupils of the high school are urged to "be present at the school auditorium. There will be a-brief business session of the organization preceding the program. Mrs. Theodore Logan will be' In charge • of the business and lor the program Mrs. C. M. dray has. arranged such events ns an address by Miss Willie A. Lawson county superintendent, who will speak on "The Leisure of Tomorrow" and another by Superintendent . Cr&wfbrd Greene pn "A Successful Partnership." Mrs. Lo gan will oulline the-year's work o. this group and-the hospitality com- miltcc, with Mrs. M. O. Usrey a chairman, will serve refreshments & V • Officers Named. Officers of the 8-D1 class of Hi junior high school have been • :t 'ed with these hi charge: W. ' >'il lidBlum, president; Carmen ;.-vice-president; Mrs. DolliJ K . nir.gham,- secretary; Lucuc Ty:i :• treasurer; Raymond Johnson, i. noiter; John Arnold, monitor. The colors chosen were red an white with the rose as the emblei and under the name "Readyites 1 the motto will be "Often Completed but Never Defeated." Bits of News Mostly Personal BRIDGE Crane went to I'otosl, nv WM. E. McKBNNKY Secretary AmpricarTlirRlBC I.LMKUU A year ago the great masses of bridge players were wondering if contract bridge would establish it- sc'if throughout the country. The prp'.iltirlly of this new form of ',', hist hss Increased so steadily that | Kcb.y thcro is just as much con- liacl played In this country as auc- Mo., today where ho will spend twii ! t!on ~' f " ol moro vacation with his ulster. The lirst question that arises in Thc llcv. Marsh M. Callaway is I the mind of a contract player Is al a Memphis clinic for trc.ttmcnt I 'Why do they not standardize the because of hay Icv;r. i r.nii.erou. 1 ; conventions?" This,, of Mr;;. E. W. Simmons returner! j yiji-trrday from Memphis where she a tonsllectomy several days aso nt the Daptlst hospital. Among the Oaccolans who attended the evangelistic meeting al Ihe cms-?, will not be possible as 10113 players. As one of the leading cx- ixMls of the east says, "In auction ive bid against our opponents, while In contract we must bid for our partner." The coming National Championship Tournament of the American Hrldgc League, which will be held In Cleveland, O., the week ot Dec 1, will bring together the ereatcst assembly of bridge experts in the country, and from the melting pot of their opinions bidding conventions of contract may become more standardized. In the dally columns of this Osceola Society—Personal Mrs. Charles Lowrancc jr., was hostess to the two table bridge club to which she belongs nt her country home south of Osceola Friday afternoon, entertaining also an extra table of guests especially complimenting her aunt, Mrs. W. H. Tayloe, of Unlontown, Ala., who is her house guest. High club prize was awarded Mrs. Guy Bryant, Mrs. W. J. Driver won blah score guest prize, MLS. L. D. Massey cut consolation, and the honorce was presented a favor. A delicious salad course was served following the game. Quests besides ford Willie's grandmother, Mrs. Daisy Hliffbrd. ": <, Joe Rhodes III left Friday night, for Fayettcvillc, Ark., where hewil 1 attend the University of Arkansas this year. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Coleman and small daughter, nettle Jean, re- ' turned ycslerday from M:iii|ihls where Beltic Jean underwent n tonsllectomy operation Saturday They were accompanied by Mrs. Colcman's mother, Mrs. J. W. Cartwright sr. STRONGER AFTER TARING CARDUI as we'bave a numWof recognized'"""paper, besides giving exam- I thc club "'embers included Mrs. W. pie hands showing correct leads, I J - Drlver ' Jtrs - J - H - Lovcwell, Mrs. cxp:its—each one of whom has lib c:itain following and naturally believes tint his system Is the best. Fiist Presbyterian clir.rcli last eve- j i : . Pfisonally the writer does not f:cl:i'vi' there is any more confusion .ninu wow: Vance Cartwrlght, Mrs. j,, contract (oday than there \s In E. S. Chillis and daughter, Mlss|n w present game of auction. There Mary France Cnilds, Miss nianche.j a , e ihousands of bridge players Winning baby contests Is nothing unusual for Beverly Ami Thomas (left), daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thomas, who will be five IP. February. She has alieady won two and is entered in the Photographers contest of thc Mid-South fair at Memphis with her little slstci 1 , Kathleen Oglrsby, who isn't three yet. Kathleen Is making her debut in that line but she's.already been —Brown introduced lo Uic 1 radio world, hiiv- liii! bio.idcasv \Uii!ii 22 munths old. Their newest diversion Is taking dancing and ;!icy expect soon tr: master the ar;. Clcr-re, Mrs. F. D. Hale and Mrs. Lewis. Miss Nellie Johns went lo Jack- I .-on. Tenn., Sunday where she has i enrcllcd at Union University. Sha was accompanied by her parents i Mr. and Mrs. N. Johns. Mr. and ' Mr:;. George Johns and Ellis Johns who returned last night. Mrs. E. E. S'.acy and daughter, Miss Anna Bella, have returned from Cleveland, O.. and SI. Louis where they spsnl three months, rs F. D. Underwcd and daujh- Young Men and Women of Osceola Continue Studies Son Born, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Powell announce the birth of a son September 13. The baby has been named Edward Lee, * * • To Attend University. Houston Secoy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sccoy, will attend the University ol Arkansas at Fayclte- vllle. He plans to leave the last ol thc week. » • • Sunday School I Council to Mctt. Officers and teachers of thc Sunday school of the First Mclhadisl church will meet at the church this evening, 7:30 o'clock, for a business session which" will be followed by a short social hour. Attends' Company's Banquet at ijonesboro. Miss Hazel Hardin, representing the Blythevllle office ot thc Associated Utilities company, attended a banquet in Jonesboro Saturday evening when extensive -plans for a customer-ownership plan were outlined. The banquet was at the Hotel Noble. Executives of the many properties in this section were prcsen 1 , including President, Mtllard F. Cheek and ^ I ice President H. L Houslcy. The company owns the local water system. German silver Is so called be cause the first use of it, to any great extent, was made In Germany. It does not contain a par- tlcal of silver. It is an alloy of copper, nickel and zinc. OSCEOLA. Ark., Sept. 15.—The Northeast Arkansas Distilct A. ami M. college al Jonosboro claims niuic Osceol.i students than any olK-i single institution this year. Mi-:i Agnes Ward lias returned therefor her second year, Miss Evelyn Emerson is. taking a business couisi; In the school's department, and Misses Carlton rompktns. Elizabeth Doyle, Jam; Wenthcrsby anil Macklc Smith, all 1930 graduates of the Osceola high school, nrc freshmen at the A. and M. school this year. Joe Rhodes III, who left yesterday afternoon for fayetlcvillc, Ark., is the only student to CHUT tin; University oi Arkansas from hen this year. He will be a ireshnian and goes with both scholastic and athletic records from the Osceol.] high school where he graduated in June. . Miss Frances Barium returner lor a'second year lo Lindenwoo; college, at SI. Chark-s. Mo.. JJasi Ssgraves jr. and Hal uhleudorl re- ciitcr Southwestern university at .r. ame course at the University of ilabamn, wliu-e he expects lo COIH- ileto his senior year this term. The group Include* two dental tud'jnlb, boll, seniors this year. Oleander Jom'j, who gees to ttu Texas Dental collide at Houston J'oxas, and MorrN Nichols ta the rtally never understood auc- llcn. ami when they started play- ii:B contract, their mistakes were vieiiLly magnified. ' The basic difference between auction and contract is thai In con- l:acl you are required to bid for vaif.cs and slams, and of course this can only be correctly accomplished when Ihe combined 2G cards cf partners will produce it. The theories cf all tho leading country today are i one of the M F'V^wcd a-n!dau 3 h- H»'' '« «»« "^ *"*>' tor Mrs H H Houchins, left to _ '"^mentally based on one o div for th'ir home in Little Rock r< "•"»« "rcc systems: otter "=««! days stay with Mr. " ^'[g*' 1 ' 1 "' wlt " . .,_ r* >«.,<,. on/i roiYiiiu iiiai.j \ariations. Jnivcrsiiy o! Tennessee Dental college at Memphis. Mallory HunulL returns to Web'o school at Bell Buckle, Tenn., for ills senior willi the distinction of having been elected president of Hie senior clii's I'.nd also president or the Y. M. C. A. C. B. Young icturns to Vaiulorbllt. university in Nashville, Ton". lor his junior year in the law department, and E. L. Tulifcro cntsrs Vandcrbill for his freshman yaur, having graduated in June from Tail school a'. Sommerville, Tcnn. and Mrs. George Mutr and family. Mrs. Beriy B. Brooks jr., of Memphis, is the guest of her mother, Mrs Allan Walton, [or several days. Accompanied by H. C. Knappcn- berger. they spent yesterday in Joiiesboro with relatives, The Hev, Samuel L. Joekcl, D. D., left today tor his home in Austin, Texas, after spending two weeks in the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Mnr-h M. Caltaway while conducting a revival at the First Presby- C Bo'ynktii Rives, of Parkin, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. inrt Mrs Boynkln Rives sr. Ml«s Bernlce Harwell, daughter of the Rev. Mrs. A. S. Harwell, lias aliens. The arbitrary convention system' --perhaps best known as tlie club c'livention cr .the minor suit convention. Thc miantitative showing of l!icks--!hnt is, partners are required lo Uiow the full number of probable tricks held in thcti hands by each of their bids. A thorough knowledge of anj c! the above systems will generally enable partners to arrive at .ll-.e correct declaration. Contrac: players must begin lo realize Ihe i:uCL'bSity of the use of some system In order to become successfu Oklahoma Lady's Mother Insisted That She Give the Medicine A Good Trial, plays and proper bidding, Inter- sling hands from various tourna- ncnls will be shown nnd we sln- erely trust that these hands will issist our readers in improving heir game. If you attend a weekly bridge >arty, let me suggest that you clip he hands for the week, take six different decks of cards, lay out .he hands and then lit your bridge party have the various players bid «''d play these hands, following winch they may compare Ihelr results with those given in the article:,. During your regular play you will be surprised (o note how : many times the different points that are brought out in each a will arise. article New Store at Cardwell CAKDWELL.~M^L"The Model" carclwell s newest grocery and meat market, opened to the public Saturday. It is located in the buildina formerly occupied by Carrol's Cash croceiy, and is under the mana»e- ment of K. A. Hamra. Thc store"'• equipped with modern fixtures and presents a very inviting und pleas- Ing interior appearance. In the Middle Ages the seal on documents of great importance contained three hairs from the sovereign's beard, as a sign that matters of much moment were con. ccrncd, F. P. Jacobs, and the honorce, Mrs. W. H. Tayloe. • * 5 Mrs. W. E, Hunt entertained Use .wo table bridge club to which she belongs at her home here Friday evening. Contract bridge was enjoyed throughout the evening and hiyh score prize was awarded Mrs. W. W. Prewiti. A delicious salad course was served following thc game. • c * George Adams of Liltlc Rock was tlie week-end guest of Miss Rose White in Osceola. Miss Vivian Faivlcy left last niglit for Oxford, Ohio, where she will be a student this year at the Western College for Women. Mrs. John White. Godfrey While and small son, John Binford While left Friday for Crawfordsville, Ind., where tliey were called on account of the sudden death of John Bin- New Way To Improve Skin A wonderful discovery is the nev, French process which gives MEf.LO- GI.O Face Powder its unparalleled smoothness and makes it stay on longer. The purest powder made ils color is tested. Never gives r pasty or flaky look. Will not 'sniar the skin of enlarge the pores. Gives a youthful bloom. Remember thi name—MELLO-GLO. Kirby Drue Co. adv. 5 Oklahoma City, Okla.—"1 had been very weak and run-down when I began taking Cardtil," says Irs. C. -M. Sechrist, • 3224 West •irtcenth. Street, North, this city. • It waS'hard for me to get around, nid standing on my feet hurt me. "I began taking Cardui. and almost immediately I felt myself improving. When I had finished my first bottle, I was ever so much better. "My mother had told me about Cardui, and insisted that 1 give it i fair trial. She had taken Cardui and given it to my sister, and she was confident it would help me. "I was very much stronger after I had taken it for several week';. I continued taking Cardui for several months, as I fell I needed a' tonic to build me up. My appetite improved and I'was less nervous. My back quit aching, and I was able to run my-house with less effort. I think Cardui is a fine medicine." Thousands of other women have told how Cardui helped them. Used by Women *> FbrGverSOIfeaKF 4 14 comitf.nton medicine to Cardui— |TliCLlford's BtccA-Draufiht forCon- Biliousness. \Jlllll_*VVP.' . B o-i" to Comvay where rhe is a sludont at Central college. C. D. Pullin Is a patient at thc Memphis hospital. Misses Ola Dob Harris and Mai- j '•arct MciTitt, accompanied by Len-, man Gillei-iiie, spent yesterday in | New Madrid as gv.-sts of Mii'6 Sue : Shelby. ,. . Mr. and Mrs. Gc-rge Ilnbbard | and family, accompanied by Miss i Isabel Brandon, spent the week- end in Memphis. Memphis for their sophomore \ca Carl Young and Henry PaUcrson lave returned to Washington anil Lee university, Lexington, Va.,lor unior ar.d senior work respectlve- y. Henry Patterson is pursuhH studies leading to a bachelor of science degree, majoring in commerce and finance, and Hymar Wclnberg. who left a few eiiys ngj for Tuscaloosa, Ala., Is taking the Miss Vivian Faivlcy left Sunday Ocor^ Bowdcti was a weekend r.luht to cuter Western college lor I visuor in Memphis, women al Oxford, Ohio, Missci | John Mnrr. who is employed al Lct'.nlc and Lucille YWIrh an:!' Flrlon. Mo.. : pent Friday and Sal- Louise Jones are attending tlie | unlay in the city. Baptist college at Joncaboio, Miss j Jos D- Ilaib.ith spent the wm:-! Catherine Hiighcy has re-entered | end in Memphis with Mrs. Hallwch I Cc-ntval collide ui Cohway and Ely -uid infant SMI al tl>o Baptist hos-. pita!. ! MHs Ha;'.el Hurdln and Glenn Durham were visitors in Memphis Sunday as guests of Miss Haulm's! sister.'Mrs. Elliott D. Bartain, av.:l family. J. T. S-.uibm-y, who has been phy- huj with an orchestra at the Memphis casino, spent thc wcokend a; hcmc. He will go from Memphis Thursday to Tuscaloosn, Ala., wln-iv he is a student at the university of Alabama Miss Jennie Powell, (atenlcd ar:- isl of Center Point, Tex., who h.H been visiting her aunt, Mrs. Gilh:iui Starkcy, has left for an extended with rilaiivcs. In Tonne, and Mi'si.'sippi. Miss Willie A. Lawson, county su- | prrinlcndint. Is at Shawnec to:lay i fcr the opening oi the school there. Driver ir., has returned lo Mississippi; Heights academy at Blue Mountain, Miss. Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute o! Technology have invented apparatus that invccasls thtnidorslorms to warn aviators. For Miniature Golf During the reign of William the Cono.uerer, in lOtil), the penny was made with a deep cross, so as lo be easily broken inlo holt pennies, or In quarters, such as the fourth things, or farthings. Two hundred thousand French children were vaccinated last year with anti-tuberculosis perum which is supplied by the Pasteur Institute, free oE cost, to the medical fraternity. HAVE YOU HEARD 7-H You can mate a most decorative ,1 door .stop out of a brick, by fol- ) lowing these directions. Stencil on a modernistic design or cut out a- design from somi 3- FASHIONS for FALL Ready with a Comprehensive Collection Embracing every Subtle Style Feature In this initial fashion presentation at 1 Miss Whitsitt's Shop you obtain the first entrancing view of the new fashions and find your own flattering styles in gorgeous materials and colors. These new fashions are all ready to become a part of the Fall wardrobe.of those who appreciate the utmost modishness in coats, ensembles, suits, dresses, millinery and accessories. Shells nf the sea creatures known ns Tiidaenao grow to a huge sue. They i-im only be detached frn::i rocks by cutting their cable with an .sxf. ar.d one UMnlly is a suffi- chM'.t nual for 20 persons. A:ii'ii-;il Greek : hips carried many i anchors. o:ic of which, called the : "s.icnd :ui;hpr," was never let £f> unless thc vessel was in gvave danger. The MI j asserted i lei bo in LI:, v:ucd condition as uliL'.i , j erected. it decorative crepe paper and r.\:: on. Tnen paint It in the ic prcdcmlnaling co'.oi-s. I , •For "the "nursery, use animals, j As tnc leaves turn brown on miniature golf courses, to^s lo pl.\: flowers or some simple Mother [In grow colorful. The latest miniature gull to;;s combine Jcne-y ;m< Goose characters. A natural tan j tweed. A penetrating brige green oiitlit io r frosty days is cf ji-r.-.\ t:r.e. with gay blues, reds and | ma dc -,vith a slip-ever long-sktvcd polo shirt, faftem-d up with jls.ini makes attractiv itop. ing bra»s zipper, and a Harms skirt. A striped sash of pale and d.u tweed tlesat one side. The beret Is of-the .green jersey. framework of wli.u t (lie first often relieved without "dosmc' OVER W MILLION JARS USED YEARLY Gjssard Corsets Corscldtes „!_ Brassieres Vanity Fair Hosiery and Lingerie THE DRESSES 1 If yon have mi eye for style and a sense of economy, loo, you'll choose more than one of your Fall Frocks here! You'll recognize the imiwrtanl new Fall fashions of tunics, boleros, draped necklines, unusual sleeves, soft bows and contrasting trimmings in the Afternoon frocks. You'll find, too, a wide selection of new woolen Frocks so ultra smart for useful daytime wear. Every dress a real value. COATS: These/ coats arei unusual because of the abundant use of fur— thc richness of thc fabrics—all are in the new length, and in the new modified silhouette that is so flattering to misses and •women alike. SUITS: Knit and ' Tweed Suits with slightly longer jackets are. highly favored for Fall. Both type* arc represented in our exclusive showing . at popular prices. iN'ew Fall Colors Manilla Brown Birch Bioge . . . New Wine Hawaiian Brown Cricket Gracu • Copper Tom; Admiralty -Blue Black JIA.T.S iii styles 'that are distinctly new...thc tricorn. the turban, the shallow crown, thc tip-tilted brim! Types for miss and matron. • Miss Whitsitfs Shop ]l.\<;s In shades to harmonize wilh thc costume. ..kid and suede in trie Mivclopc .shaiics are most popular. GLOVES of dressed and washable kid and washable buck 11: pull-on styles in shades L.; Black. Drown. Bir~ ar.d NJ' v are the approved mofc u ; Fall.

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