The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 13, 1931 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 13, 1931
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(AMO COURIER TUESDAY, JANUARY 13. .• WWSHlSjday l 'club. 1 ;'•'-• ;• - - •"I'McEanlcl " O j "carullxWli'lr. M-.,!r:m! chapter <.f Luke. Mr'. Al'«:.i j MrsJ'tfohh-R. McDaniel Jr., is en-j :M , t Rll() M ,.< C j rl J5 | 0 :.-, i,; i liii'Ji'irn rifini'l pra'tr aii-J 11'.:- lertainlftH , the . Mathwc Contract; carut!:cr=\i:is. K:. and Mr-. J, W.'bM l;u<;:ic-. :?.-!cn -v.-ao pro^ui' club'with a bridge dinner I nobbins of Stcele. jcvcr ty M.-.«. T. H. Hoync3 before The.'Delprflsn'-^'.iapttr will meet . . . ' t : ;l , t.::«-.u:i Ma'.y w;s given by! at.'Uie-Hdtel Noble. I Visitors Attend Sir. Iw W. Crawford. Mrs. Hay-lave. Mrsi*RUey Jones is entertaining i -Q vcn House" |!<TC. \ Hnntli »-n the every cither week-—'—-' "' ' ' The cpircni-Tenchei of the'Vfuhior at thertcKool .The PV-E. O. chapter Is having! day" cvenlm nt the." homo of Mr. In. G. Cash ar.d Mrs. H. A. Mahun - i.._.i.— the hcii>c of ,Mrs.| ori d,Mrs. William Lang, led In prayer. " Bits of Newt:. iVlosll\' ei'soruiv-v . .. Ml '-=- "• *'• Fairnv is critically i!l family home on . Dougon . - ifc'F.' KIrjh'ner with. Mrs. • Morse also as hostess.' * « ' '•"'•• Friday !Wrs."'-S«fccal Gesell is ..„ - , „„, lw tfc YdUng Matrons Bridge "club. mcllt catn i n j out the r^mbers arid their husbands fr. r n j 110[c Tan , mcn roscs „„,, Stt . cct . P aT tJ. r i i I !eas IcrmcO the centerpiece for 55 gurst:i were served <l:llc- j Ions fancy cakes, candles, fruits and punch at a lable prjtlily odor- 101 . . . . Mrs. Miiton H. 'Allen-; Ths mission Ics- j M , r S'. a »d fumlly. . ei-iTico was need. Mrs. I/anj scrv- -W ' , j , ., «' 'he refreshments. Toe music departmenl of llio Woman's ;c!ub is meeting al 2:30! Dancing and the coiigralulalloii'; oclock : ' s ' |'° " lc tjuests of honor aflordi'd de- ceit was give" lj y Wrs - John anaii. Mrs. Circu Bohaimlng, of Louisville. Ky.. was n guest at the mest- 1113 cf circle 4 at (lie church when has yune to 31.! Louis where he is to bo employed in a drug store. Convray PritchcH has gone lo inints of Arkansas and Texas for . .- *•:. Saturday Jignuui eincnainmem The Business and Profr.^ional [ w "° callrd from II until 11 o'clock, Women's club will have a banquet /in:c " s thoso prcseiH were: Mbser, tAnti and Eva Barkowitz nnd Uol>- Thoro win im * 'r-rrt ti«rv Kn,.v Mr. ail( l M'' S ' Mlx Barov:sky ol There,»lll be a frco slorj hour Mjm| , a ^ ^ ^ AcjQlp!| W(rfn _ berg, Miss Rain;lle Wclnberg, Nathan Wclnberg, Mr. nnd Mrs. Abe Rubensteln, Miss Rose Rnbenstohi, Mr.urlce liubenstiin, Miss Huth Goldberg, nil of Osccolu, Joe Meyers of St. Louis and Miss Ester frou: Jolm 1 and Luke 10 were rend by Mrs. Theodore Logan mnl a praser said by Mrs. K. E. Alexander. Mi:.. Marion Williams entertained the Yu'.m $ Matrons group. G^c 1110:1:' conduced the devotional nnd n;is- ailondetl. I'Bjsaacsi " ' v '' DMwrccl !? biisliicss irlp. meetlng-^t the Woman's club, open j; to all Dullness w^iiien o! the at 8,o'clock. There...will be at the library. Compliment Housegutsl Mr. and Mrs. Max Barowsky, ot Manila entertained with an Informal reception at their Sunday evening complimenting their houseguest, Miss Pearl Slier- Os;r ° v of Yllzo ° cll >'' Mlss man, ol Tu!sa, Okla., fb-ice c" " * William Barowsky of M-..ii'.i.- M:si! '•''Ofram Announced tor tlie Sherman has been the guest of ulitr «l Conference n. 1'. w. C. honor at a number of delightful: P">"3 for the district conference affairs during her slay in lhis!« Biislncrs sioil and Mrs. Ilersclio! Smart led in prayer. There were ten members present, mbtrs Sen- cif il:e council "ol the ,nn church Counsel M First Chris (hey mel al lhe hnmc of Mrs 1. O. Weslbrcok Monday afternoon. Mrs. Edwin Robinson, president, conducted a brief business session, Officers, Teachers Will Meet TonlRht Officers and teachers of the Sunday Echcol of the First Presbyterian church will meet at the uien'3 clute In Arkansas, to vicinity. Tho cfilor arrangements of silver nnd'.plnk emphasized the bridal note tnrouihout the decorations and Stable, service. A low festoon cf silver streamers surrounded a miniature bride and bridegroom, suspended from the lights, for the centerpiece of the refrcsment table. -A silver bowl of pink tea ros- cs, • sweclpoaj and snapdragons flanked with pink tapers In silver holders, also adorned the center as a Isvsly setting for the delicious refreshments Darted hearts and cuplds too, were arranged about the entertaining'rooms. • In the receiving line were Mr. and Mrs. Max Barowsky,. Miss Fi>arl Sherman and William Barowsky, Mr. and Mrs. Waller Rosen- thai., Mrs. I. L. Avgo and Mrs: Odell' Argo, of -Minillu presided In the serving of-j refreshments.. Included in the IW present ."were, guests from Jonesboro, Monclle, discussions Osceola, Portageville, Caruthers-1 the afternoon session vilie, Yazc-5 City, Miss., Oklahoma ' At Insti night's meeting Citv, BlyUievilte and Manila. • » * Methodists Have Program Meeting Mrs. E. D Ferguson was leader of the program at th:: urcling of ths Woman's missionary society of icn:,3 of Mr. and Mrs. Rny Wor tl'.Inglon this evening, 7:30 o'clock, l c for a business session. held here Saturday night and Sun- cay, wero completed at a meeting of the local croup Monday evening. Mrt. Rulh Stllwell Holder, district chairman, will be in charge. Approximately 50 delegates from Joncsbaro, Tarngould, PlBgolt, Corning and Ulythevllle aro expected to attend the conference. Miss Leuora Wilson ot Little Rock, slate president,-will lie tlio guest of honor at the banquet meeting at the Woman's club Saturday, 8 o'cl:ck, which will' be open to all tusincts women of the city. Thero will be a breakfast Sunday at 7:30 o'clock at the Woman's club lo be followed with round ta- Driver Grove Mrs. Georgia Swain Is on Iho sick list this week. Shannon LnnBley of Smith's far tnwtis n visitor In this vicinity Thursday night. Miss Alma Knight returned Tuesday from West Helena where s'.io has been visiting relatives. Mrs. Myrtle Knight nnd children were guests of Mrs. Maude Springer Thursday night. Mr. nnd Mrs. Otlcs Brooks an:l family have moved t othls vicinity. Richard Powers was a guest of Charles Springer Thursday night. We ' discussions. For the morning I Charles Springer and Troy Big- c4iurcb ..Etrvlcc the delegates will I ham were guests of Richard j>. u d to the First Baptist church and I Thomas Galnes Tuesday night. hmchcon will be rjrved at the- Richard Powers left Friday for Coff Hctel The five round table In visit with his parents at KenneK, will be completed in I Mo. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Webb Miss Luna B. Wilhelm. who Is instructing th: members in a public speaking co'.irse, taught the group how- to organize an unorganized body. Circles Study foreign Missions planning to leave soon for Osceola where they will make heir lu- lurc home. Hoy Hall spent Saturday night with Russell Springer. Sister Birkett will preach at the Driver Grove school house Sunday. -Mrs. Myrtle Knight spent Sun- AWAWO STRAY/ BAUOIWG MAkEUPIVE- MAJORITV OF WE TIR?r ON 'We LEFT, A TRIGKV BERET OF 0iAeK AND WilTt GEllOtfAT BAMD.'MC. -A BOVE-THE- NEWE R. CIO C HE- OF BLACK BAKOU AWO SATIM Aoor A WHITE FAWCV OF SWAW FEOTIEiy -A POIKA OOT tfEWET GOW 1RIM9TOE-WHITE C;EUOPrV>.!>!& 6ieOR>J&SHOWM ABOVE UJE- BUCK FELt TRICORWE- ABOVE WAS A TIN'/VEIL WORN ASLANT OVER ^- - FELT AHO STRAW COMBINE- K A HAT KSIGHED TOR GPO'WllJG HAIf?. - VELIOW- GR'EEW FELT TRIMMED WITH A COC><V yt LLOW FEATHER . Osceola Society.—Personal served by cr.urches of the M:th03'- : 1st conference during tli; m::il: '<.'.'• \ February. Miss Jcscphine Mcnustic 'cl ' Memphis spent lhe week-end -.vltii l:er family here. | George Adams of Lltlle R:-}; was Twenty members attended t !> : | the week-end guss: of ?.!:si rtc: • meeting of the Meihodlsl Wcmsn's 1 White and Mrs. John Whit? j.i c-,- Mlssionary society here yesterday ceo la. B. Hr -.•;,.-,. afternoon when Mrs. Frank Hous: County Judge was leader ot the mission study of lilythaville was a bus:irs- Vi le.Mon from a nc-v text. "Trailing; tor In Osceola yesterday. the Conqulstadores," a study cfuiU;-; slonary work on the islands of the ! ATLANTA. (UP)—A ge:ir.-c! n- Carrlbean Sea. j O i arm was turned In n-::i: in;'.Parts on the program v,-er« tak- by O. E 'Hutchinson l:cre v:'---i lr en by Mesdames Edrin 3 ;'..i,' <i rove j,| 5 da!ry U1 , c i; .in-. . a ft: D. P. Crouch, W. L. Segars and; signal box. Fire dcparlirmil ;n:i W. B. Flannlgan. - came (rom all direcilcn;. !i -'l t:!:e police, and charged Hut:rmi- £on with reckless drivlv.;. P. N. Luilrell and son, Maurice,' went to Covlngton ,T,:nn., today' for the celebration of Mr. LuUrcll's, mcther'8 10th bhthday. The Rev. and Mrs. W. J. LeRoy. have returned from Paragiuld.! liuld Knot), Wnlnut Ridijc and] Bect-j where they visited for week. Dr, and Mrs. L. H. Moore had as, their guest for 'the weekend Mrs. Moore's aunt, Mrs. I,-. S. Wostls, of Jackson, Tcnii.' , While heh: Mrs. Weeds, Mrs.- Moore, MiES Mildred Mcore and Miss Mary McHaney went to Kcnnett Saturday. Richard Seal, who has been seriously 111 at the home of his parents on West Walnut street, now much improved. Mrs C. E. Atkinson has returned from a brief visit In Memphis. Dr. H. A. McIIancy, cf Kennetl. was lhe guest of Dr. and Mrs. L. H Moore nnd family Sunday. Misses Ann and Eva BarkowiU nud brother, Rot,?rl Harkowltz, o: Portageville, Mo., were guests in the city yesterday. J. R. Bowcn, C. G. Smith and J. Mell Brcoks were business visitors In Memphis yesterday. ' County Judge .Zal B. Harrison Is attending to business in Osce'oln, today. ., . ' Braxton Bragg, ot Osceola, whs a business visitor iiv the city today. Lieut. E. J. McClucn, of Little Reck, recruiting officer of- the; United States navy, spent today here on n tour of Inspection of re- ilcd C. S. Webb and family Stm- ciuillng stations throughout Ar- clny. - The Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist church met yesterday at the home of Mrs. C. E. Welch with Rev. C. E;' Welch leading the afternoon's Bible study lesson from the 8th and 9th chapter of Acts. • • ^ Mrs. C. B. Driver delightfully, entertained the three table bridge I club to vhlch she belongs at her > home on West Hale Ave,, together : with the folowlng guests, net club ! members: Mesdamrs W. J. Driver I Jr., W. J. Sheddan, Loyd Jtidson, . Guy Bryant, Stanley Carpiuter, : Herbert Shlppen and Hale Jackso:i, | and Miss Rose White. i A delicious salad course w a s served following the afternoon tit : contract bridge and high srore : prize was awarded Mrs. H. L. : Quinn. Mrs. Carpenter cut conso- 1 latlon favor. ; • 4 » ; Mrs, J."L. Ward was hostess lo the four- table bridge club enter- I tabling at the home of her da'ugh- i ter, Mrs. A. W. Bowen, on Qulnn avenue. High score prize was •. awardei! Mrs. H. I,. Driver and Mrs. J. w. Edrlngton cut consolation favor. A delicious salad course was served .• following the game. Guests the club memters j I bottle. 'I felt a little better and were Mesdames W. J. Sheddan, ! h^ bought me two more;- OPERATIC "I was three tirpes unJcr an operauon and I was very' w<ak and nervous and could not cat.' I suffered for ten years. I' learned about Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and my husband bought me, a :! W. E. Johnson of 'Little Rock, who i, .my two years and took ,F. E*. uumiayu VI uiu;t: nutK, u [1U 1 . ... . .t - T f 1 - . -has been the'guest of her parents, 11C all the time. Now! reel strong Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Driver for i I and can do anything."—Mrs.— "--'•- ' !l A. Micf.aifc,j443 Mitchell Awe./ Detroit, Michigan. kansas. Jnunior Maxwell was the gusst R. E. Lee Wilson, of Wilson, at- ci Cecil Steele Sunday. tended to business hero today. Mrs. O. S. Steele and Mrs. Ed- Mr, nnd Mrs. George R. Crockett, vnr Davis visited Mrs. John Burns Mrs. J. E. E.oll and Mrs Margaret Wednesday. H. Minor were guests of Dr. and' Mrs, J. W. Robblns at Steele Sun-^ Gertrude" Lo"we ' ' ' '"'' ' the Pirs't Methodist church Mon-l The four circles of the Woman's day with Mrs. Bcrllm Brock, 'day afternoon at the church. I Auxiliary In the First Presbyter-1 M rs . Ellu Delaney spent Sunday For ft'discussion of the subject: ian church. In their monthly meet • -•>•-' -••-••• WitlV'Ths Lordship of Christ Re- '"_is Mo . ntln >'_ aftcnioon, stud^d orsanized and AcknowlcdBed."these talks were given: '.'Stev.'nrdship. A Partnership With Cod." Mrb Harry Kirby;"Stei-ardship and Projwrty," Mrs. E. p.- Gill?n: -Stewnrtlship and Missions'," Mrs- Snllie Hublcr; "Tithing," Mrs. E. D. Ferguson. Mrs. J. K. Critr. accompanied • by. "Ccnipellitig Facts From the Foreign Mission Fields" in interest inu programs. Ciicle 1, Mrs. T. J Mahan cUnir- wilh Mrs. Ethel Swain.- Mr. Zeb Galues, Mnck Koltcr and ClifTord Gnlnes were visitors of Dock Blgham Sunday nflcr- ncoii. nusjell Springer was the Sunday Mr. and lits. R. A. Moore have' rctt:ru«l from a visit in St I<oms nnd pdms of Illinois. Max Meyers transuded business in Memphis Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Duncan nnd son, Dick, loft today for Helena where they will make their future home. Cecil Beard Is a patient nt Memphis Baptist hospital. fdellc Webb visited Miss e Sunday afternoon. Lorllne, Susie*'and der were guests of Sunday afternoon. Lone Oak Items Miss Marie Lancaser spent Friday night with Miss Hazel Walker. ! C. T. nrooks and Hazel \Valk;r entertained a few of their friends with a parly Friday night. Gilclmst Farm News Edgnr Davis wa visitor Siiluulay. a Blythcvillc Greene Bohnnning, of Miss Virginia. Richardson spent Loulsvii':. Ky., is the guest of h=r] Fri((1; , daughter, Mrs. _Plens E:coy. MiESCS H ^ ell ^ Hc(!gc 3nd Eddi , Williams spent.' (he week-end at Gosiicil. t.- Misses Tlielma Richardson and Walker spent Saturday with Alma Necdham. man, mel at the home of Mrs. Kay! dinner guest cf Roy Hull. \Vorthinpton wilh Mr: W. li. ley and Mrs. D C. McLean i\s hosl-j csser. lo il 1 ,? 11 present. Mrs. J. E.! Hospital Notes Mrs' Fred Warren, sani the solo| Dell led the devotional and Mrs. C.I Patknts dismissed "Glve'Your Best To The Lord"iR, Babccck was in charge (f the i Elylhcvlllc hospital: Frank Caudle, "" ;. prcgraiii. r.irs. \V. B. Tnnner nnd! city; Clyde Nci:on. city. Nor'mii Slcelc and Mrs. E:!sar D.v ! ;Mr - ••">>* Mrs. Wess Tomlinson of Miss Gertrurta . nni-.ounce the marriase of thcii 1 so;i. Chii;. to Miss Lena Carter cf ! Ekron. Mr. r.iid Mrs. Erby Ho:lge ware ; vis were guests I Lowe Saturday evening. Mrs. Cliltord Burns spoilt t h •_• Ihc wcek-ciul wilh her sisier al Litlh nnd a violin solo was given by Mrs. W. L! Hr.rncr accompanied by Mrs. O. E. 1 Atkinson. River. Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Burns vls- Mrs. Hettie Meadc assisted her. ror. : i.ocip.1 hour the hostesses were n 35 present were served daiii-l assisted by Miss Thelmn Worthtng- ty refreshments by the hostesses: Mesdames l> H. Moore. F. D. Smth. Mrs Ross Stevens, president ot E D- Ferguson. N. W. Wright, Har- Mrs. Marsh M. Callawoy chairman, ry kirby, Jo'nn W. Snyder, Salliciihe auxiliary, entcrlnincd circle 2. Hubler, if. B. Dlck?y Jr-. E. B. Roc, I Romans 12 war, used by Mrs. B. R. E D. Gillen and W. L. Homer. | Allen fcr the devotional and Mrs. Gives Dinner Fariy. Richard Jicdel was host ! G :orsc W. Dillahuuty led the pro! f.ram. Beside.- the H members to a | present Mrs. Louis F.chols was a BRIDGE Mrs. W. F. Lunstprd, had tho misfortune to fnll from a mule and break his arm. Henry Holmes «ti the guest of Miss irancls Sheppard Sunday af- ' ;rnooh. . './;' Miss Joyce Sapplngton -of Bly- thevllle spent the -past week with Miss, Frances Sheppard. •B..L. Holmes: and son Robert were business ^ visitors at Barfield Tuesday. several weeks.. • * • • R«v. Eli Myers, pastor ol the First 'Methodist church here, accompanied by Mrs. Myers, Mrs. A. S. Rogers and Mrs.'W. L. Segars, is in, Jonesboro today to attend a district .mission conference, when programs will be outlined for • the annual week of : rii!ssion study ob- j Vegetable GofftifW 3 Keiser News Notes the quests of Mr. and Mrs. Bud'osceola. Walker, Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Dunavant visited in Dell Sunday. ' ' Miss Margaret Robinson has returned to school nt Gulfport. Miss. The Woman's Missionary Union will meet with Mrs. J. T. Wilson this week. The Ladies Aid will meet at the school with Mrs. Moore as hostess. All members are urged to attend. Harvey Wilson and Charles Nichols motored to Osccola Sunday night. Mrs. Clovis Crockett of Osccola spent Sunday with her mot'ner, Mrs. Wilson. Miss Amer Taylor and Tommte Slierrick spent Thursday night at BY WM. K. MrKKXNKV Secretary, American Hri:l-;e Lc:i?uc There are limes when a hand contains too many Irump. Wi:?n these bothersome trump can be Ht- dlnner party Monday cuc-r-3 at, sutst ,,„„,- ^,^, u .., t , ,,„„,, ,„„„,;„>the Hotel Noble given in hcaor of Circle 3 Mrs. Leslie Hooper „ dlscllrdc(1 on h h c:>r(ls ,„ Miss Pearl Shennan of Tuka. i chairman, had a series of talks » ' ' Okla., 'anil William Barowsky. of Manila. Winter flowers mndc an allavc- tive centerpiece for the lable arranged in the front dining ropi:i for lhe appetizing fl-.e-rourse m?im. Later in the evening party .nerncert'atUnricd ihc informal reception given by Mr. end Mrs. William'Jyng for the same guests of honor." * " which tli—lvc.plain.d IE1LIUL. AMA. LI.III1I. the II. Brocks was Irastrss lo this group discarded. It is M:F"' bcorse X. Crcckctt. leader, c °»l'- T " is read Dr. Eglsert W. Smiths articlu 1 J n 0111^ previous arlicle. Jn todays " ........... ......... .......... irom • the 'Call Upon M-* l:i il Siirvcv on " tlie declarer mutt disc.ird two of • !r "»'l> and makes the ul l-_ .... ., ------- ------- . witz otiPbrtagcville, Mo., and Joe Applcbaiim; Miss Esler Oslrov.of Trouble Ar.d I Will Aid Thee." The! »s ">« double grand co educnlicna! work in Chmi. Africa! and Mexico was explained by Mrs.! O. P. Moss and Mis. W. A. Dobyns j '.old of the evangelistic work in Korea, Mexico' nud China. There I l w ?rc fcvcn members present. ' The 12 members and two guests,] Mrs. O. L. Hancock, sccrelnry ol i foreign missions, nnd Mrs. Hcss| would get the declarer a run" in one hand and a shift in the otl:cr. EaS'. shifted to a diamond, leading tiis three spot, his fourth ihroiieli the d'.unmy's strength. Dummy played small anrt declarer won the trick \\it:t tile jack. Declarer ]e:l ^a small spade to the dummy's king nnd icturncd the three spst fro^i finessing the ten 5!>St which hold the trick. ' • • T" 1 declarer realizes that he c.m- play kiiDwn «ot pick up ihc queen cf spade.- in np _ the West hand unless ho pels rid ot two rxirn spidcs in hi Ihc single grand ivas shown lo you Willie Lawson visited the Lone Oak schoDl Thursday morning. Mi.'M-s Thrlma Richardson and Alberta Walker were ditmer guests of Mrs. Wcss Tomlinson Sunday. Misses Virginia Richardson and Alma Nc'.'clliniu spent Sunday with Mi!3 Hazel Wni:;o.\ Kinnard Wavtcrs .spent Saturday night wilh Bulord Jarrctt. Miss Haz«l Walker the Sunday euest cf Miss Alma. Necdham. WEST S-Q-9- H—9-5-4 NORTH S-R-l-IO-8-7-6 H—)-8 D—K-) C-10-4-? Sara Lan? an( Pearl and William, Mir; Pauline Jicdel. Lan; ar.i P.lchard SOUTH—DEAUR S—K-3 H-H-0-3-? D—HQ-10-8 C—9-6-5 The Bidding EAST S-2 H-K-107-6 D—9-65-3 C-S-Kc hand. Itc ] thereforr decides to try for a g~.ind coup. He leads the king of diamonds, overtaking In dummy the an-. The queen of <li»iii3!iiis is returned frcm dummy, declarer iil- crally discarding the seven of trump. He then lends the j.ick of i'.c-aits. If East coven, with ihc king, he will lake It with the ac: lii dummy. If East plays small j winch he did In this ca.=.r in an r-n- .doavtr to prevent tii: coup, the Clear Lake Mr. and Mrs.< C. L. Nichols nnd lamily spent Sunday with Mr. anrt Mrs. Harry Weidman of Blylhe- ville. Mrs. D. Page who has been ill at a Memphis hospital' for some lime is improving and expected home soon. Miss Ezell Johnson was a Keiser visitor Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L;e Williams will entertain n number of young people with n pirly Thursday night. MUs Irene Nichols is improving after being ill for several days. queen was played i v.-li:,-h lifld ll-.c trick Tl'.c ten of frcm dummy liavc Dinntr Tarty. Mr. and Mrs. Carl filoker, of Caruthersi illc. Mo., and Dr. and Mrs: J. W. Robbins. of Steele, Mo.. were especially complimented at a dinner parly given by Mr. and .county day. A review o! the past wcrk In | lhe thrc.vfourtlis ol Ihc year gone 1 . .. _ was given. Mis. Lucy McAdaiiis', The hnnd was piayccl al i :u;ric; fir.iu dummy. Wcs! mi:;', no: trump gave the Bib'.c s-tudy and nil took'and Sculh, the dealer. stiiiTd the [ but 5iiou!ri discard t'.:c fnvo of part in the brief program supple-,bidding with one heart. West piss-i heart*, nei'hrcr now gets rid r.f .Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Vincent of Round Lake were swsls of Mr. niid Mrs. li. !,. Holmes Sunday. C. A. liojcrs has lelutncd horn; nfler spending tlie holidays with Ills mother nt Farmington, Mo. Elmer Holmes was the guest of Leon llayncs. Sunday. Miss Louise Via w;is the Sunday guest of D-ucie Lunsfcrd. Misses Elva and Florence Evans. Helen Smith and Lcia Mac Alford were guests of -Mii.s Inez Holmes Sunday. Mtsdames Will Smith. Noel White and Enoch Ai.stiu called on Mrs. G. L. Holmes Wcilnrsciay afternoon. Robert Holmes spent t'.:c weekend at Barllcld and attended Sunday fchc:l al Avn-.oicl hst Sunday. B. L. Holmes was the guest of C. A. Rodgcrs morning. .Edwin. Lunsford. small son of mcntcd with a talk by Mrs, O L.led and North, using the oi:e over the other Hancock. In all the groups delicious refreshments were served. excess trump -;hr one. bid ono spade. This b:d makes of i-p*.?.* s. ThH llinnv.; tl'c had no promise for game. requires Mrs. Gccrge H. Crocictt last cven- !»?• I Circles Jlcet. Tapers In an antique candelabra I circles of formed an attractive cenl:....::2J c :iurch v omen's irtssionary uiilon. j bid ill w - - - Sculh to keep the bWchiis! r.;:;i:. East bid two clubs. South sh Ills diamond suit by bidding two Into il:e cicciarcr's hand am; he leads tin- ric'.-.t of hear!:- wi.-.niag In tl:e diuniny wilh the arc A ' t i» frcm :ii:m- West is forced !o for the large table and the small the First Baptist [diamonds, passed and North j my ........ .,„, „ lultul .,, -„.,,,„ . union, bid three spades. South c.iri-ir;! 1 with l!-c ni:v.- or quci-u cf sind'i ••."tn . .. . . -, . . Jhich met Monday aflrrncon. ta-1 |\ lc bidding to lour .sp.ulc, which' cither rcce the <ie-hrrr vr- -"•'— tables were arrayed in two rooms varkd progr!lm$ O f iv.i ;S !r. n stiuiy. C i 050l , thc contracting. i llllml> nm , ,, ; k „„",-•';'- " "" for the- 22 guests wno enioyuu a'tuslness scwicns tir.d; "' ! - •'-'- u,> m c C...K. delicious Ihrc3-coursc- menu. Later rook played. ...chest COLDS Best treated by stimulation end inhalation -i^ NERVINE All Wrought Up Over Nothing Didn't sleep last night; loo much work; the children are fretful; the Boss is cranky; Mrs. DeVere didn't invite you to her party. Ordinarily you don't mind any of these things, but today they are simply unbearable, You are nervous, (hat's why. Did you ever try Dr. Miles' Nervine? Just two teaspoonfuls in a half glass of water will quiet your over-laxed nerves and bring you a feeling of calm and peace. Dr. Miles' Nervine is now made in two forms—Liquid and Effervescent Tablet. Both are the same thcra- peutically. At all Drug Stores. Price $1.00 ACTS TWO WAYS'AT OMCE , ' rllc 1<1:> >' I By gcttins lid of ivo r F erlods - i East's proper opening is ;'.:c k:r.^ . trump in oi.lrr !,> l>ri:i- • r I Circle 1. which m?! at thsiof clubs, followed- by the qu:^n:down ;o the-=ime nr-i'i-v'c' •• • | church, had nine present. Mrs.'anrt then thc ace. When ;i!l ]:l,iy-! as I'r'.d tv his ' . . and' j. W. Bishop read from rhn ninth) rr s (ollowcd lo thc thrrr rlub Ir.idi" ciarrr Mrs. Ray Worthingvon, Mr. ar.d: papier of Acts for lhe (!cvo;:c::-.::. |- V EB S ( Ea'l should r - lnvc-tl-e t Mrs. H. A. Moore, Mr. ar?d Mrs. | and also conducted thc iiu-ision with tlie seven of opp-iifn;. i!io -mp d:o s:nid c;r.:p : -.n-i ::bs as th:sih:i c.ntmcl of four s;,.ui: s . r.PauiF.McCutchen Dentist STEELE, MO. Phone 85 NOTIC1 \Vc are pleased to announce, to our customers iuul friends, tliat we have purchased the Red Ball Barber Shop at 318 West Alain, whirc wo will be belter ciiuipped to serve you. We extend to you a most cordial invitation to inly our shop a visit, where you arc assured the beU of service. ildren's Hair Cuts-5 RED BALL BARBER « Williams &. Damon, Props Felix Kyle, Fred Boyell, Guy Jtogcre Virgil Williams, Karl Damon r

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