The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 26, 1931 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 26, 1931
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EAGk TWO (AjKK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, jANUAtiy 26, 1931" . Johnnie Pfpp. 'of ,St. Lpqts,,' wl has 'be; en here sewal ' days, '.we to Memphis today." ••••.• .••••• • Meitjanicy' Jphn''Ki Long'/'j. ' Da'vtti J.. H. Flsber. • motored Holland:'6unday for a.ylsll, : yi Mr. and Mrs. Noble Capchart A compahied by Miss Glenim pape- hart, they went, to Haltr.beJb'fe'r'e- '" Miss, faulitie^ iJaiig ''ft^ . . Loiiis Sunday 'to b'liy stocfc'forithe Mostly Personal ;. C. A. Tarks,. of. LutesvlJle,, Mo Is the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. 'J. i ' ' ' Hsher today. Dllly Stovall, son of Mr., an THE V.'RlST ........ SURPRISING!.* SlA Mrs. W. H. Stovall, )s ill 'froi Mrs. Orccn Bohannlng of Louis ' ' vllle.'Ky., Mrs.' . Flew , Secoy, 1 Mr ' T TUC RI6UT I? AM EWMP16 OF me S^OVEO-UP SIFEVE SKOVJU ctf O.' J. Walker and.Mrs. 1 J. H: IPls " er.were gu\&s" of/Mr; aiid Mrs, ' H. Gable at Leach'ville Saturda day .in .Memphis . ... StttVEO SUIT&F BLUE WOO1EW. ARE ': ENSEMBLE-. ' COAT Siibvtfs ASove GIJtIEfJ VELVET AMD HAS A x WSJAPPED SWOULD jll. l THEClGHT (/O TMtl&Otl LENGTH StEtVEOF A 61.U&, U TAFFETA JACKET A SHORT fJETACHAWE- " "SHOULDER CAPE BORDERED i*J SLEEVEOF BLACK UHEM OAC&ET i ." ,- SUIT. .. . . Mrs. Harry Kirby is having UK Tuesday 'club. .... Circle..of the, \Voriian's Missionary 'society Is having an all day meeting at the home of lies, P. E. Coble'y/ '',.'..-'.' • Wednesday . Mrs. Joe Van Almen is having the. Matinee Bridie' ;club. Mri. Randolph Smith is having the new Wednesday Contract club ... .Thursday.. Mrsl H. A. .'Smith is entelaln- "ing the'Mid-Week: Bridge cluu. . Saturday . Tli&re will bY'd story hour at the Libraryjat 10:30 o'clock. Siidbury Class tlas Graduation' Prop^iri. Thirty-six .members of the 6A class of Uie Sudbury school were promoted, to Junior High school Coday,with .appropriate excrciiej. The class president, Miss Emmaline .Page, read the program numbers: ... song,. "Arkansas"; prayer, Mrs. .John R. Webster; prescnti- tlon '61 honors, Roscoc, -Morris;' piano sok>, "Stars and Stripes," Nancy McCauley; address, Charles A. Stufcbs. < -.. : .- , For.the program, the stage was decorated with ferns and flowers ahd : the graduates '.were seated on .the stage. Members of the class arc: anrnallnt Page, Norman Speck, ,Mary : Sue Willingham. Nick Saiee- by, Margaret Wright, Cnlhi Douglas, Nancy McCauley, Bill Turner, Clara.Bell East, Rowland Wlllianis, Lorraine Secoy, Alfred Arlan; Dick Burns, James Wilson, Junior Clifton, i James Miller.. Edward Henley, Odin Bishop, Cecil Sanders, 0. A. Martin, Peggy Martin, Ruby Drake, Beatrice .Oldhoim, Evelyn Nash. Earl. .Snyder, Billie Reed, Alvln Ledbctter, Ralph Haulum, Eul,i Judd, Marie biggins, Flossie Burkett, ..Ethel Half red, Paul liorle, Mary. Louise Pcsey,. Helen Marie .Gipson,; Helen' Boswcll and Junior Moore. '.:.:•;••• : • • Celebrttii. 86th Birthday. . 'G.-B. ^Peery"' celebrated his 86th birthday Sunday 1 with 28 of his relatives^ 'spending trie" day Avlth iilni while', a number of friends called during .the afternoon. • Fte; dinner 'a birthday 'cake, with 86 candles on It, was'-" the centerpiece 'for trie :' table, at tract Lv'cIV arranged. for a ! deilcioiis menuj ; Interesting" reminiscences'- and con- gratul'etldns afforded entertainment throughput jhfc d»y. <.i^ . ..-:.'•.,Out of town gMests presenUwere: Mrs.. 'Flora Lucy,' 'Miss, Doris Paley, Miss Mildred . Lucey,-. Dalton Red- learn and. Walter Lucy, .of Memphis; Mrs.. Charje4 Styers.-and sah, Ewell. MiUdh,,Bh'd "Miss Ohrustlne Smith, of Dyer, sburg, Tenh. Osceola Society—Personal •inlrteen members attended the meeting of Agaming Camp Fire Girls entertained at the home of Bealrlec Rose with Dorothy Davidson of Etbwah a visitor at the nceling. A rehearsal of "The Return o( Rosalie," which the girls will present In a short time, was had and a social hour followed when dellcl ous refreshments were served. ' • * Miises Eva and Nfarguorite Popi had as their guest for the week end Miss Irene Moreland of New York City, daughter of Mr. an Mrs. A. L. Moreland of Memphis who is visiting her paients for short lime before beginning re hetyr.^lB for "Personalities," a Shu berl production in which she i scheduled to play in -New York Although she is only 15 years old, Miss Moreland has Just completed Virginia Omohundro is a full-fledg- a [successful engagement In New C( j freshman co-cd al the Onlver- Leslle's "Internnlionm - Revue s ity O f Arkansas. What !s more, Miss Moreland formerly taught a sne won't be 10 until next May, by ilaificlng class In Osceola. I Modern Activities Crowding i Out Religion Says Minister The Rev. E. K. Lattmer, pastor j relegated politics and "religion to of the First Christian church, tifcd the background." • as his sermon theme Sunday mor-j "It is foolish," he said, "to abuse nlng, "The One Tiling Necessary." these things, to indulge In trades In taking up his subject he re- against them. They are great. fcrred to a rcc.?nt book by Dr. W. E. Orchard, of London, "The Present Crisis In Religion," in which the writer reached the conclusion that "Religion today is threatened by being buried under the- multiplicity o( Interests In modern life." The pastor stated that anyone acquainted with tb.? fads will concur in the statement made by the noted English theologian that a few years ago there were just two major Interests of the people, politics and religion, but that today the interests arc many and varied. "Our school activities, our business alliances, our complex social lies, the machine age brought about by scientific discoveries, our amusements, having grown to the proportion of enormous industrles,have . . ,. .. .., George R, Crbcjieti w?nt to'Hel- eha today for a week's bu>lricss trip. . MIKJ; 'Cora Lee CoiVmaii and Mrs. Sue R. -Mason sptot- yester- mphis.-, ..,<< •> . H. Blapkwood qt.,,Ljttle S.ock, i i late highway comml^sioDer. ii visiting' fir', arid Mrs. 'ctafcnce H. Wilson for a short time. Holstoii Robinson; of Little Rock. .the guest of his parents. Mri and Mrs. Clyd?. Robinson. . ,• - . J. .Nick 'Thomas jr.| ot Memphis srient 1 the w'eek^e'nd with his parents. - ' - " •• • Miss L&Vergnc O'Bryant motored to Paragon':! Sunday. ' E. .'0. Pattbn and Mail Monagh'an jr., -are kttfindlng to busihess ' in Memphis today. •.-.•• ; >.,i. Rives Allent.went to.-. Jonestoro y for a week's stay on biislncff ..r. ahd.Mrs.. Joe CHftbh Wat- 5bfi spent Siin'diy iii" Cafuthers'villc. '" >Ir. and ,l.trs. Samuel P. -NoiTis htd as.-their-'jue5t5 Sunday Mr: and i Mrs. Clojc LypriB, Mr. and Mrs,- jvil- Cuntilnghairi,' of Jpiiesbpro.l ' '' Dr. and Mrs. L. D. Masscy had as II:.;lr guests yesterday Mrs. Massey's sister. Mrs Betlle" Sue Smith and Dr. Massey's sister, Miss Ruth Masscy, both of Memphis. Miss LonLsc Hale had as her guest Miss Anne ' Hawthorne of Jon.;sboi'o, who remained for the week-end following the Kappa Alpha Phi dance here Friday evening. Accompanying her were CIIBE. Lilly and Gordon Matthews, boll) of Jonesboio, who wsre Miss Hate's yucs'^s for the evening. Miss Rose White returned Saturday from a visit ot several days In Little Rock. The grate school I'. T. A. will sponsor a "Hobby Fair" at the school building Wednesday nttcr- noon, Every school child is invited to exhibit his hobby ;ind mothers are specially Invited guests. No admission will be charged. H.- L: Qiiinn is spending several dnys In Fnrmcrsvillc, La., on business- Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Dickerson are parents of K' £o:v, born . In Little Rock a : few days ago. ; ; Miss kalhcrine Green ot St. Louis Is the guest of Mrs. John White for, a' few days. , H. J. Hale and Hale Jackson were Memphis, visitors yesterday after- oon. Miss-Lucille Welch, daughter of whlch. time she'll be almost ready to leave the- freshman ranks and become a sophomore. Her home Is at Fayettevllle, Ark. Auto and Ponies Price of Princess as we give it by aclually playing the cards. The Bidding Gwrge Matt hews hid as'" Ms , .. guests"for thVweek-fmd Mlsse's-Li:- ?"la, .has been chosen the nd Mildred Spent*, o! I beaullful girl - in Jonesboro 1 *if, f*r\\\n™n II"' ... 6. Officer its Here. . . . Mrs;, Zola B:. knight .of Tuceni- jeh, -pkla.,. supreme Vice president of ^ the i P. E. O., was the guest 01 honor at' a luncheon 'given by the local diopter Saturday at the Hotel Noble: Mrs-. Knight spent a day here-tnrbute to -Little Rock. The work of this 'organization, which deals primarily with assisting deserving girls to obtain an education,- was . interestingly discussed .by this national officer who spoke of accomplishments of this grbup_and oilier chapters as a part of the national program. Yellow. and wriiie" iriade a .pretty color rnoiif.for the attractively appointed table arranged with yellow the Bridge Table By 'Rc6n She nnd her husband,'who Is a ilgh school principal, .live, at Vlnin- leia, 111. Tlie baby. Was named Lewis Augustus, nccprdlng to let- crs - received by friends-here. Huffman News chrysanthemums . for - Ihe centerpiece. " . . f Men io Meet, / About.-slxlr rn en of Ihe FU-L Baptist church are expected to at tend -th£'"duin6r meeting at the church. "Tuesday evening. These gatherings are held by the Men's club, about every two months. Children Itire Story Hour. The children who heard the story hour 1 Saturday at (he Blylherille library -.yerf ) delighted with the three , stories told by Miss Delia Purlle.,-At) 'Adventure of -Una. and the,.;• Red ' Crbis: Knight," "IT.; Prince and the Very Plain Maiden" and J'lTasson,''tr,e Arab, and His HorEC"-were titles of the brief" stories wh'ich"entertained the boys and girls for' almost an hour. This Is a weekly atlractlon ot the library... To Have "A Midsummer bay" was enjoyed by till Snhdny. All kinds of machines, froni the '25 model Ford .0 ,lhe' ( newest Pnckards (raveled he hard roads to other scenes, men md, women siwnt hours getting the 'kinks" out of their muscles on the golf course, others strolled in the sun-kissed atmosphere — on the moit delightful Sunday evening seen in Arkansas during January. There were numerous visitors In the city for the shows and visiting friends. Holslon Robinson, Llllls Reck, and Nick Thomns, Memphis, made the main drag in Shcl Hall's roadster minus top.. And continuing the yarn ot childhood friends grown up, Moss Bryjn has returned to Chicago Mter a month's btaj here. In show chopping music of lovers her: are remembering lhat they want to go to Memphis February 13 and 14 for grand opera. The Viennese opera "Uer Rosenavalicr,' by Richard Strauss, the Saturda> matinee performance, w-ill be heart by of those from Blytlievllle who go for any opera- However i number who heard Tilo Schip last year in "Alda" want to hea him again In "Mignon" Saturday MUs Ardlth is visiting her aunl, Mrs. W. E. Hagan, Ihls week. Miss Olgle Nance and Marlria Starr arc ylslllng Mrs. Lj'ii Beavers nd .Mrs. Frank Merrltt. .Miss Pearl Perry entertained Mrty "guests with" a parly Tmirs- djiy night .c'pmpliihentlng Miss pl- gie Nance -arid Miss Martha Starr of,'. Ripley, . Miss., who are house grfesls of Mrs. Lyri Beavers. JTulon Holmes of Frenchman's Bayou visited friends here Thuvs- :lay,. night. '' Mr. niid Mrs. Elbbrt Huffman of Blytbcvillo visited -relatives here Thursday. Mrs. R. L Adklsson nnd two sons .-ere dinner guests of Mrs. George Perry, Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Cecil of Briigg City, Mo., %. nnrt Mrs. Roy Kelly of Cooler, Mr. nnd Jrfe. Eu- E<-no Brown of Dlytiicvllle and Mrs. Mary Adklsson were Sunday dln- iicr guests of Mrs. -.Blan H. Williamson . • Mrs. Bocthe of Gideon, Jto., Mrs. Sadie Perkins and Mrs. Jarbo' were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. W. .Mrs :| , Rives'.'j Alien,,". Airs'. .Jesse Whit*,' Mrs."'Raymond Fovvler and children will leave tomorrow for ',i motor' trip, -'to • Equality, 111. 1 , where they will-visit.relatives for tell day.;. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Doyle.spent Sunday In Paragould. • !Mrs."R.- Bi'No^ri'and MIss'EliEC J.Ioore spent .yesterday In Osceola. Mrs. T/.F.. Hudson and daugtir tcr. Miss Louise, of Luxor'a, shoiii ped here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Clmmblin had as their.giiesls for'the week 1 end Mr. .and.. Mrs. Park Hatchbtt Mr. and Mrs,'Hubert" Hast Ings aijd John-Ward, of Memphis. ' . .'.' Arthur Patto'n nnd 'Joe Pcls'en- .thal spent the weekend- lh-MEirii Phis. : ... .-..-.• .Mr. and Mrs:, Baker -Wilson,.p| Memphis, were guests of Mf.'nnd Mrs. M. A.' Isaacs 'for the'wccK- school. 6no). E.- Hagrin. night lor he to "and Class. . All business "women of this cily, interested In studying public speaking, are Invited Ho the class tonight at the Goff hotel when Miss Luria B: WUhclm, Instructor of the high school, will give another of the "lessons. There arc no charges. - - - -•- •*. • Daughter Born. Mr. : an'd .Mrs.. L;..N. ilalohe.l pf Warden', Mo., announce the birth of a daughter today at the Blythe vllle kospltal. The baby, who weighs seven and a half pounds, lias been named Emma CaroljTi. ?ood to look upon." "Cavalleria Rustlcana" opens the season Frl- lay aitcrnoon and that night ll l ragllacct" will be heard. The word "opera" is thrilling— and it is very thrilling to hear. Mrs. Frank Baum, of Memphis who is visiting here, tell of the 'operas Siven in Dresden. Germany, which she heard when living In Europe. In that land people go to operas' men more often and think noth ng of it. Several ot the bridge clubs arc tint jap Seaplane* Socn OSAKA, Japan. <UPj—The firs seaplanes to r>s manufacture in the riew.plant of the Kawanlshl Air craft Works at Naruo, near Osaka wlllvbe completed this month. Th plant-U the largest and finest in . the.Far-.-EajU. The company's, oi .;works.-'lh''K?*<?- 1 hss been- retaine US'a machine than. • -; banning to "take another -— ..-. Everett Boniftr spent Sunday with Mrs. Bdmir's brother, Hubert Welch. Harvey McKay spent Eunday with-Mis: T. H. Kfttflcld. Mr.' and -Mrs. Johnnie Robins spent Sunday with Mrs. Mary iter- ritt. V Hester' Hughes -sp$nl Friday afternoon with Ella .'Cossldav. Oscar Hardaway is attending "to business in Memphis today. • t ' Mrs. B. Riley Jones Is visiting In Memphis, and Wilson for a few days. Ed. Turner, ot Mcniphis, is a-visitor In the city. . j Nehl Helm,'J. i,. Van Ausdilo and W. J. Peck of Cnruthcrsviliei were visitors here Sunday. '. J>trs. J. Ldvyjhns' rrturncd to her home In Memphis .after spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Daly, C. a. Driver, Jap White, James Crittwright and D .s. Ltmcy of Os- ccoln, spent Sunday here. Mr. and Afrs. Randolph Smith spent the week-end In Oscebla with Mr. Smith's parents. B. F. Brogdon jr., who attends the University of Tennessee Junior llego at Martin, stfent the week-' 'd with his parents; Bernard Jaggcrs arid Jerry "llol- left Saturday for points ot New exico and California for a's who wns Use week-end guest Miss Louise Hale. ' Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. Sliontz or Louisville, Ky., arc parents of an infant daughter born at their home in Louisville. Mrs. Shontz wns before her marriage, Miss Eugenia Ha!-? of Osceola. • Mrs. H. J. FJale accompanied by Misses l.rmlse Hale, Florine Qulnn, Mary Crouch. Mary Margaret McElvain nnd Nina Oliver, spent yes- icviby afternoon in Jonesboro. Miss Carito'n Tompkins. dangliter of Mr. nnd Mrs. F. E. Tompklns, who Is attending school nt Jonoe- lioro' A. & M.-College, spent the week-end wllh her parents here. , Tommle Dean Hatcher, small of Mr- nnd Mrs. Earl Hatcher of Osceola. is seriously ill with pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Fletcher oi Memphis were wcrk-eiid guests oi relatives in Os;-coln. They expect to leave Memphis Saturday for Edinburg. Texas, where they will make llieir home and where Mr. Fletcher will ue associated the Sinclair Oil Company. A new automobile, a large silk flag price paid Rev. nnd Mrs. C. E. Welch of Os- Ior Lcrene wood, above, IG-ycar- oicl Csnge Indian princess who be„ - rnmc the biidc of Elmer Pryor, 15- tist College, where sta is attendmi ycar . oW son jr chicf -p^cA i, m kom the Osage Iribe at Pawhuska, Gene Smith spent yesterday in Qk ^ ncenUy _ Bride and br . de . Jonesboro returning wan Miss groom are f uU . blrxxled osages, and Anne Hawthorne of that place t i le i r v.cdilin!; was the first in three at which the complete ritnal was used. Entertainment of 'the 1000"guests cost $10,000. Methodist Study Groups Are Meeting This Week - OSCEOLA. Ark., Jnn. 2G.—A study class conducted each evening lor BY W.M. E. McKENNEY Secretary, American llridge League five successive evenings the The Vienna coup is the greatest 1 of all Mmecze plays and the hard- 05 play to recognize in bridge. The principal of Hie Vienna coup is as follows: One hand is lacking of re-entries excepting Irump entries which mus be used in order to promote th° :c. The opposite hand, generally Ihe dunmy, has a long suit. In order lo successfully work . the Vienna coup, the long suit must b; slopiied by one of the opponents, and in addition, this same "opponent limst hold the missing king. Before starting the squeeze, the declarer must pull the "ace in dummy, tlcjibcrately setting up the king, which of course is always on the right side, in order that discards may be made on the trump suit, conserving tlie long suit in dummy. At contract, South the dealer, bid one diamond, West one heart. North one spade, East pass, South three spades. West pass nnd Uorth four spades. The Play East opened the king of hearts, the top ot his partner's suit, followed ty the 10, West overtaking wllh Uic queen and returning the ace, East discarding a club. West must not return a heart as it will give" the declarer an opportunity to ElutT in one hand nnd ruff in the other, therefore the jack of dla- mands is -returned by West which dummy wins with the ace. A small spade is returned from dummy, declarer winning with the 10 spot. The six of spades is returned to dummy's queen, West- shows out discarding the seven of hearts. The West hand Is pretty well marked wilh Hie king of clubs duo lo the bjdding. The reluming of Ihe jack of diamonds also indicales that West may hold four diamonds.' Declarer can" see that the only- chance lo get bAk into his hand is with n spade. He can probably squeeze the hand with the ace and king of spades. On that he will discard two clubs—the ace of clubs then would become a bothersome card, so the declarer leads the ace of clubs from dummy at once, deliberately selling up West's king. The eight of spade.', is returned fiom dummy, West discards the nine oi hearts, declarer overtakes vylth the jack of spades and leads the king of spades. East follows, dummy ..discards the five of clubs, and West trie Jack of (clubs. The ace .of'.spades is led by declarer, durritay • discarding the seveiv''bf clubs, and West is squeezed by the }lay known as the Vienna coup. I! ie discards the king of clubs, declarer's queen will be good, while it j a diamond is discarded the three diamonds in dummy will be good: (Copyright, 1931, NBA Service, Inel Bad Stomach Cause cf Bad Skin forces tc b: reckoned with Iij our> modern life. The way out Is not backward but forward; not gettinj back to UH good old days but going forward to better days. But the church must meet this condl- Uoiv It can no: sidestep or igno.-c it. Organized religion must face' the Issue. "The one thing r.wssary is Jor church members lo c:nsciously give 8 portion of their energies, mental, social, emotional nnd spiritual, to the consideration .cf ihe problems of the church. This is' Ihe only way to meol Ihe existing : condition. "Civilization" continued the minister, "is a load to carry as well as a privilege lo enjoy, and the • civilization of this country resti upon human character. . . . If- characler falls then civilization Is imperilled and all that the thousands of years of progress liy at our feet may be lost. The church's business is not politics, ' <r doc- 1 :rlnes, but the building of charac- :er that ths individual rniy give lo tlia world the best ilial his mental, physical and spiriu'al powers can achieve." .. In concluding tlie sermon the. Rev. Mr. Latimsr said "I. call on you, as a minister of Christ, as the sh°p'her"d of your souls,' to give to the kingdom of God through your church a portion , of your 'insntal, social service and, spiritual energies to the end that this gre^t necessity be met ari'd clviliza.ti'in be preserved through the building up of character." •..,-; f CARD OF THANKS We are gratefully appreciative of the kindnesses shown iri, trp l!ln?ss and death of Mrs. R. N. Farrar. R. N. Farrar _ .'.'•• Ath'erton and Haiph Nort'.i Farrar Mrs. Frank Baum of Mmiphi? Mr. arid Mrs. J. D. McDowel! John A5cDowell. . ' Almost instant relief guaranteed 35c with one swallow? oi "•' BOc THOXINE Kfrby-Bcll Driig Co., Drug. Co., fad Kirby member or t',vo with ll'.o leaving f Mrs. John R McDanicl jr., and Mrs. C. T. Morris, who each be- ongcd to two clubs. Their lius- tantls, both young physicians, :oard the call of the west and Ihc Morris' have gene 10 Cheyenne, Wyoming, while the McDanlcls are pushing farther toward the Grand "anyon to Las Vegas, Nevada, where nvn are men and women arc g'ad of II" as Is the western slogan. Among the week-end parties was an informal affair given Saturday night by Bill and Clayte Chamb- lln which was a thorough success. Along with the usual crowd from here were Viola and Park Hatchett, Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hastings and John Ward, alt of Memphis. .Margaret Campbell, who becoms Mrs. Lewis - H. Mahoncy several years ago, has a new son torn DC- Little Wilson News Miss Edith Peters was the weekend guest of. Mrs. Everell ePtty. rfoward Hiimble : was on Kribbc- loch ; farm last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Petty moved on Lowdeh Monday. Miss Evon McKnlght was a Del visitor Thursday. Miss Edith Morris was.the Sat urday night guest of Miss Ileth Lawhorn. Lcborn Lawhorn was Ihe gucs ot Everett ?ctty Sunday. Watte . Slinpson ot Brlnklcy i moving on Mr. Stcvcn.1' place. Marcus Stevens Is moving to Mis sisslppl. Chester Morris conduclcd servl cs at Floodway Saturday night. Mrs. A. Knobcloch has vcturac from St. Louis where she has bee visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lllcs we guests.of-Mr. nnd Mrs! Houston Mi Knight, Saturday. Mrs. Marcus Stevens and Mi Gladys Waldrnp visited Mrs. Eve ccmber 12 at a Chicago hcspilal. ell Petty Thursday evening. Methodist church this week will study the text. "Methodism and Kingdom Extension." The meetings will bp held at 1:30 o'clock with a different leader In charge of the lesson each evening. J. A. Pigff will lead the Monday evening lesson; ORIENTAL HS1I LIVE ON LAND NORTH S-A-K-J-10-6 H-6-5-2 D—€-5 C-Q-10-9 E»ST" S—74-32 . H-K-10. t)-7-4-i C—8-'5- a-a You can't expect to have a good clear fresh-looking complexion if. your stomach is -weak and disordered. - ' . , •• Undigested food Bends poisons through.your whole body, pimples appear in your face, skin grows sallow and muddy and loses its color. Your tongue becomes coated, breath most nnplcasanU But these troubles will end quickly and skin clear up if you will start today taking that simple herbnl compound known to druggists as Tanlpc. Tanlac contains nothing but herbs, barVs and roots which have a cleansing, healing effect on a poor upset stomach. Just n tcaspoonfu before each menl stimulates the di gcstion naturally so that you can ca what you -want without fear of dis tress. And when your stomach is i: good shape again see hovy muc' keener your appetite is—watch ho\ quickly skin begins to grow free o disfiguring eruptions. The cost o Tanlac is less than 2c a dose. Get bottle from your druggist today Money back i£ it doesn't help you. KKA TDANE A CHEESE 1101 .VD COLON". (t>!>>—accrge Hurt, inner near here, was given ' n real Dane dog by his brother, e's decided It wfls nil a mistake's a "cheese-hound." The doj. ns irge as a small man. gained en- ratlce to the buck porch cf lli'e urt home the first night lie was i the place, "picked" Ihe latch on ic refrigerator door, and ate a 10- ound" cheese. Swimming Suits as Vndcnvtar MEMPHIS. (UP)-Tl-.c same lilngs that kcpl hundreds cooldtir- ng the hot spell last summer, are eping hundreds warm during the ool spell this winter. Swimming nils recently were given by n lo- al pool for use as underwear for he city's needy. DURHAM, N. C. tUP]-A number of species of fish in the Orient spend much of thrir hvcsashore. Recording lo Prol. A. S. Pearsc ol Duke Uiilversily. who spent the Inst year traveling In remote places In the Far East. He is of the opinion the fish come out pf the water because ot ihc warmth nnrt | the swarming animal lift- in it taking out nil available oxygen. The fish develop a sac-like lung for breathing the upper air. he said - • SOUTH—DEM.ER "• '. S—Q-8-5 '•- H-l-8-4 D-A-K-Q-8 C-A-7-5 Do not attempt to follow today's | hand by'merely reading the article. | Lny oul the cards nnd see if you cm make four cttcl at spad?s double dummy, then follow the play Given. Unclaimed Clothing MEMPHIS, tuin _ unclaimed vcaring apparel found In local theatres during the past, several months has been turned over' lo :he relief coivunlUcc here. folds Checked W 4|h By modem vapon'rrng OVER ti» MIUIOH JARS USkO YEARLY : Jo Avoid Constipation YOU SAVE IN BUYING Don't worry about pruts . . . the Bridge player's favorite trophy is crisp new packs of world- famous CONGRESS BICYCLE PIAYING CARDS KC BAKING POWDER ovof«* •' • =-/«•->; 2515 You save In using KC. Use LESS tUof high priced brands. IT'S DOUBLE ACTING MliUONSOF POUNDS USED BY OUB COVERNMENt Improve Your Game with "• Milton C. Work! Auction and "=. Contract Bridge W M C Tuesday • 3:30 P. M., C. S, T. PLAYERS T South (Dtalcr) — Mrs. Beryl 3. Moncricff, New Bedford, Mass. Wosf —Mrs. Edward Goldsfr.itii, Danville, III. North — Mrs. Thcodosin V'rtn Norcicn Emery, Hartford, Conn. East — Mrs. O.icar E. Bdsby, Dallas, Teias. 4 AJS V KQC 3 0 7S3 * S3J ; tj I0< 4 '0 K C 4 2 » K 101 Olo , W + E * } 763 S * Q'O O A » 7 5 0 AOJ8 * AQS How m any No Trumps should .Sou th bid originally at Auction? At Contract? If West leads the 6 of SpMe!, liow many entries can South make in Dummy? How miiriy trickt.can the take? Lit the exp«" 5hmv * ou > by radio! What 1 * Your Bridge Handicap? nttlon C. Woik iill Ifll you. Twa ;4>y Itit quolioni in every B«°'° ^»rat. Don't mils tht« chince to find ou^. hj-A you rfally rslcl A summary o/ Ihi'j (am* lill ifftir inlhiifaptr f'

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