BLYTHRVILLE, (AUK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, OCTOBER 6, . Items 6t Personal Interest SOGIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Society Calendar .. ;Mrs. J. Nick Thomas will enter- Uin the Tuesday Bridge club. The Tueaday Luncheon club is raiding "'*«*! Mrs. W. D. Cham- bljft Jr, ' • : • the woman's sessionary union of Me Ftott, Baptist church Is mect- infc '»t the : church for a prayer isrvice. , •Tne woman's missionary union ol tfii First Baptist .church Is meeting at th« church for 'a prayer service. ' The U. D.- 0. Is meeting with Mr*. J. W. B»der with Mrs. T. G. Seal as leader of a program on "Sputkem Personalities. ;The Junior High P. T. A. 1s meeting «t the school Bt 3:30 o'clock lor a' business meeting and Informal reception lor the new teac' .is. * ' _: Thursday '-Ofe Mid-Week club Is bcl'- i- twtained by 'Mrs. Harry W. ^Jhie: Jewish. Ladles aid si- meeting; at Manila with Mrs. ' Barowsky as libstess. Membua ,n-. riiietlng at the home of Mrs. RUA- k»d Wolfort at 1 p. m. ' Mrs. Max B. Eeld Is hostess to t^V Young Matrons . Bridge club. i mie Thursday Luncheon club Is meeting with Mrs. Everett B. Gee. TITTCD aon^ OF THE GUCPENT SFASON rcouiet UNWrr? THAI FOtlOv; "Mr HUB 1 Or TUF FIGURE * KNEELING TIGOPF- 1? WEARING AMP OF OK-PF Dg <?WIK'fr TRIM MED WITH •NPBUffTAflONS'OFS'ATIN WHICH f[M?f TRO:4 THE WEF. -- TRiMMW IN MUtCON IMS. IT 1? TIGHT UTTINGTCH* AUCUP ' ' ° "(UECARHEM.'ATWE ' P.IGtfTFOfcVIS'ACOMrWE rCWATJOU OOM8JNIWG OiCPE DE CHINE AWO CWAOTLLV IME TA2UION IT lSOFG10V£SILK!tl PAL9 GRtEVI. Bits of News Moslly Personal Society—Personal 1 Miss Mary Lynn Bass was 1n Memphis Sitmlay with her father, J. A. Uass, who Is £:rlously ill at (he Baptist hospital. Mrs. Bass Accompanied him there.. Saturday nlgr.i hiit returned home' today.' Mis. R. A. Deaette and daughter, Twenty-five members of the Wll- llarn Strong chaptf cf the D. A. n. which U comprised of Crltten- deij and Mississippi county women, attended * meeting of the chapter, here Friday afternoon when Mr*. W, J, DDvcr and M.rs. C. M. HaVwell .entertained at Mrs. Driver's home. The meeting was presided over by Mrs. Davis P. Biggs, now of Memphis, regent of the chapter, and a en Named.' , Officers of the Loyal Soldiers Sii&Jay school class of the First Blfc'tlst church, elected at a meel- iHjNyesterday, are: Jimmle Hall, president; Frank Caudle, vice prcs- Idait; Albert Ridings, secretary; Roland Bishop,-treasurer; Charles ?$der, sergeant at arms; Roland Hiuit, reporter; Bud King, teacher. !-•:•.' . • ' • . Pritts at ' th Fair. . Mrs.'E. M. McCall received n nuJiibcr of Interesting awards nl tuf'Mid-South fair in Memphis in heir specialty, needlework. Hei sainpler, made In cross stitch pat- lefn.'wbn first prize, her cross stitch work on a child's dress received a first place and a smocked dress captured second honors. Her daughter, Becky Jane, was winner of trie sixth prize in the photographer's contest. .. . s Enjoy Picnic at Ashport •Horseback riding, boating and a fish fry were, features of the annual picnic given yesterday for all employees and members of, their families by Mr. E. L. Jones, manager of the NuGrape Bottling Cdm- p'a'ny. > ..... . Thirtyrtwo p^r£ons.<«Uended 7 the, of fair which was" feld "on" the bsinis q'f the Mississippi river near Ash- part. Several guests were present including Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ham- tjy nnd children, Mr. anil Mrs. Roy Kbonce, arid Misses Jane Kochtltz- ky and Margaret D?nt. ^Practically all day was spent in recreation on the sandy beach with numerous. games\ being played -by the chjWren. • • • ' ; 1'9 Have Special Prayer MwUnjs * • •The woman's missionary union of ttie First Baptist church is having ifs annual week of prayer for state missions in three afternoon services tpjay, tomorrow and Wednesday, at the church. r -Mrs. k.. D. Marr is lender today, Mrs. T. E. King will conduct Tuesday's 'program and the closing service Is in charge of Mrs. J. C. Buchanan. . "^A study of mission work in Ar- ijansas will be taken up by talks and round table discussions. LaVclle, •accompanied by • Herman Peck, spjnt Sunday Mo, : Mrs. Willie M. Cox .returned Sunday from Memphis where she silent a week. , . • •; Clinton Pybas returned to. his home in.Memphis Sunday after having b?en called here for (he funeral ot his sister, Mrs. Fa'nola Bslf, of Dell, who died T.iursday. J. W. McRirlaiHJ, of Hayti, spent Sunday nftcrncon here. Billy Ann .McDonald, - two-year- old daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Buford McDonald, who has been 111 wlih typhoid fever for several weeks. Is now Improving. • • Among those from here who attended Use Blytheville high- Central high football game In Mem- phi:; Saturday night were: Dr. and miscellaneous, musical program was rendered- toy Misses Nan/ Frances Warren'and Catherine Harwell and Mrs. John Edrlngton,. and the group joined In the singing of a r | and'Mrs. B. A. Hunter during the | world series games. Charles Low" ranw Jr.; also left Friday to attend the wries, Superintendent George Doyle and the fottowlne members of the grade and high school (acuities attended the county twcbert meeting In Blytheville -Saturday: John Atkinson, Bradley Sebastian, Mrs. J. T. Olsen, Mrs. John R. Miller and Mlcses Lydla McCorvey, Martha Wellman, Alpha. Hansen, Catherine Nan Frances Warren and Blanche Oleere. Hon. W. J, Driver and W. J. Driver Jr., attended the Mississippi county fair In Blythevtlle Friday. Mrs. R. C. Hose of Roseland, who Is suffering from malaria, Ls in Commerce, new chapter song-to which the words were recently composed by Mrs; F; P.. Jacobs of C%eoli and tet to music by Mrs. Joto'Edrlng- Icn. ' , . ' ;v$$ •-. Mrs. Driver's hopie'iris';;beauti- fully decorated '- ;•*-«.--.. nutumn .flowers, program a delicious buffet 'supper v;os served. ' ',' ' ' Out of town members who attended the meeting Included Mes- damcs Davis F. zell and M. A. Biggs, John Uz- Martin of Memphis, Mrs. Goad and Mrs. Claude Davis of Crawfordsville, Mrs. Ed Gillen of Blytheville, Mrs. Val Necly of Marlon, Mrs. Ed Talbot of Gilmorc, Miss Ann Gollghtly, Mrs. Pearson nnd Mrs. L. F. Etia, all of Turrell, Mrs. Etta being secre- somewhat improved. She is at, the liome of her sister, Mrs. C. L. Moore jr., In Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hunt were Memphis visitors Friday returning with Mrs. C. B. Grirtfin who has been their house guest this week. Fixmer Kaiser Wilhelm .of Germany Is 71 years old. He was born In 1»9. Mother and the Maytag have become great friends Mrs. Paul L. Tlpton, Byron Morse tar y of tllc chapter. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon' Tne nexl - meeting of the chap- Lehman Glllcspie, Den Smith, By- I ler was ""nmmced for the first — "> -•- •- -- • ' Friday in November when Mrs. Davis F. Biggs will be hostess en- ron -Rhodes Morse. Mr. and Mrs Joe Tricschman, Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Greene, Misses Tisha Smith, Kntharyne Denton, Peggy McKeel, Nollie Kerr, Mary Ellen Elevens, Marlon Burns and Charles Brogdon. Miss A<iah Ounavnnt spent Saturday In Memphis with friends. J Dr. nnd Mrs. I. R. Johnson left last night for Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. Johnson will be a patient at Mayo Brothers' clinic for a week. They expect to bo away ten days. Oscr.r Hnrdaway In Memphis. spent Sunday HEARD9—^ tertaining at her phis. home In Mem- SISTER MARY'S KITCHEN i-Woven steel gloves for the pro tection of men using cutting tooh rfive been invented by a Minnesota physician. RY SISTER MARY NBA Service Writer Many mothers think that children ol school ngc should Imve a lot drink for bveakfait—liavticu- ,nrly on those mornings when a hot cereal Is not served. But with :offce so often being considered tn- b03 for growing bys and girls, and (lie ideal hot milk seldom proving popular, just what to serv; becomes move cr less of n problem. Older children may find a cereal "coffee" served with hot milk quite lo their liking. Young children from six to t<?n or twelve years of age need n drink containing more actual food .value than the cereal beverage unless it is made wholly with milk. - A cup cf hot milk flav- ' crcd v with one or two tnblos'pbolls" : of n cereal coffee infusion may np- jpeal to the juniors Cocoa nlso makes an excellent flavoring for the cup of hot milk suitable for the junior's bi-onkfn£t. Fat, starch and protein five found in dry cocoa and when whole milk Is used and sugnr is ndded, the rciiilt Is n drlnl: ol high fcod value, nourishing and wholesome. One cup of cocoa inacie entirely with whole milk furnishes 217 cal- orics cf protein, fat nnd caibohy- drnte. BRIDGE. Careful Cooking Necessary Since cocoa contains stnrcli,: care must l;e taken In Hie mnking of th? drink. Thcir.ugh cooking is necessary for the starch but undesirable fov the milk, so the cocoa must be well ccokecl before the, milk is nddcd. The "skin" which toinoUmes forms on lop ol cocoa Is the nlbii- mcn ol the milk coagulated by heat. Cure in not ovi-rlii-ating milk nnd coiwi.iiit stining while the milk Is heating do much to prevent tills, baling with n dovci beater after the milk is added Increases the smoothness of the di'lnk nnd tends to remove il-.? "ikin" i the milk wns allowed 10 scald. Chocolate nnd cocon may oftei be used Intcrchangcalily, but cocoa Is less rich in fnt nntl easier lo dl gcst. This mnk.?s it a beuer bcv ernge for sninll children. You can wipe your feet on your pets and they will never bile back once, provided they nr.3 nice iron; gies or cats, mnde in th<< form.' foot scrapers. With winter approaching, it is; excellent idea -Jo have one of- ji? black little : nnlmnls'on tlic. oich to srect the children and cn-i mragc them to clean ihe snow and lid oil llicir boots before eiHev- ig th.^ hall. i S Wrought iron toot scrapers do 11 the work of the old-fashioned, cor mnt llmt got to looking like ometiilng the cat brought in niter few weeks weather wear and tour, lit, unlike the door mat, thr.sc crapers arc sturdy enough lo lay smart looking through the dcot winter. Z BY WM. E. McKENNF.V Sctretary American Bridge ) Jit is rather unusual to f. declarer bidding a no truni . Mfe opponents have bid two <: eSt- suits, but an example oi particular typs of hand Is gjvi:i Wlow. In the article dealing with Ijads against a.no trump declaration when partner has bid, the first clftopllcn to leading the top of your partner's suit stated that If your partner supported your suit and you are weak In his. you should open your own suit. -tt-Q-l r 1-3 . NORTH S-5-3-2 H-K-10-9-7-Z D—5-3 C-d-7-4 SOUTH—DEALER S-J-iO- 7-6 H—6-3 D-S-7-2 C-fl-J- 9-5 0—K-0-M-* li the declarer, would ace- Declarer would Individual Cocca Three-fourths teaspoon cocoa, I ten;peons sursar, 2^nbleipco:is boi ing water, few grains salt, 1 cu milk, 1 drop vnnilla. Mix sugar and cocoa in a sm.i sauce pan- Add boiling water M. cook and stir over (Ire until a U:ic no trump, which closes ihc contracting. The PUy T.f North were now to open his partner's .v.iit, the live of diamonds, ii; :s South we- -1 be forced to play the • - cv.icn. \\:. i'. in with ' hen star! i,;s club snii. which j smooth syrup. Add milk and North wo:;;d eventually v hm\: lo H?al, Stirring constantly, win. North would then rrr.tiuue with the three ot diamond;, which South would win with the king. South would :?t up uv.i good digmcnds In his o\vn hand by leading a small diamond, forcing West to win the. ten -spot. Declarer would then lead the king ol spndes, forcing Soulh's ace. A;I South' could do now is to cash his two gcod diamonds, and Nor;:-.' and South would only have taken thrc^ diamond tricks, the ace o! spades Mr. nnd Xfrs. Charles Lowrance entertained fifty friends at a. buffet supper followed by an evening at cards Thursday evening at their country home south of Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. R .S. Wilson Jr., cf Earlc, Ark., were out of town, guesls. * * * Mrs. Hites Burch Friday afternoon entertained forty children at a party when her small daughters, Martha Ann, 8, and Mary Flor- :ence, C r - celebrated their-birthdays. Plays nnd games were enjoyed during the afternoon and refreshments of Dixie cups and cake and candy suckers were' served. Elmer Harold Willcoxou won Uie prize for pinning the tail on the donkey nnd Dorothy Dyess won booby prize in the same game. Jane Fletcher won the, prize in a peanut hunt. Mrs. W. W. Prewltl was hastes 1 ; T.r.ursday afternoon to the four table bridge club to which she belongs. A delicious ice course was served following the game and high sqcrs prizes awarded Mrs. L. t D. Mossjy and Mrs. J. H... Lovcwell. rs. Guy Bryant cut consolation, rs. W. Y. Fair Jr.,'of Memphis, ho ilislled Mrs.'F. P. Jacobs and Charles Lowrance jr., this eek, nnd Mrs. B. C. Griffin of os Angeles and Memphis who was he house guest of Mrs. W. E. lint for several days, were out of own guests. STUPID FROM BILIOUSNESS "Felt 100 Per Cent. Better After Taking Draught", Says This Lud CERULEAN, KY—"About ten years ago, 1 learned cf Black- Draught and the benelils others had gotten from usiny it, and needing a good laxative, I decided to try It," writes Mrs. W. M. Polndcxter, of this place. "I had been feeling dull and stupid from biliousness, and after I had taken Black-Draught 1 thought I felt one hundred per cent better. "Black-Draught relieves a hcad- acho very quickly. I have also taken It for indigestion and colds, and always felt much better after taking it. I think it is a splendid medicine." Thcdford's Black-Draught composed of pure botanical ingredients, and contains no chemicals. The roots and herbs of which it is made arc finely powdered, which enables the digestive juices of the stcmttuh to extract its medicinal properties in an easy, natural way. | This medicine has been In use since 1835, with constantly lncreas- ! ing popularity because of the good It lias done to the men, women and childten who have taken it. MOTHERS with imall, hard- playing youngtteri are particularly grateful for Maytat belpfulneu. They don't worry if play dothes become badly soiled because the New Mayta'j washes them dean, and'in marvekn-dy quick time. ..washes them carefully, without hand-rubbing. The new-type roller water remover spares the burtons... there is less mending and the dothes last longer. You will find the New Maytag a real friend, and it keeps the dothes at borne where you know condition] are cafe and sanitary. Nearly two million Maytag owners have become great friends of the Maytac. THE COMPANY N«rto.,low .. Cim KOA, Dcnrm KSL, S.le Uke Otji WKT. Ok- l>bo>iu dm KFBC. Ho—- loni WFAA, Hospital Notes Fiiy Bruce, Keiser, nnd Mf.stet liirenco Johnson were adinittcd tc he Blytheville hospital ami Mrs . U. Mcbley and daughter, city. idle Try, Ilnyti, Mo., Vernon But- cr. Tomato, anrt Ezra Wallace, Si- Ion, Ark:, were dismissed. NliTS K1I.I, W1LUCATS COLUMBUS, O. lUl')—A "hjud. oft' policy for visitors IIRS bcei <lcclare<l by innkeepers oi Municl pal Zco here following the dealt of twu wildcats from eating yreci buckeyes. The nuts were fed to tli mnls by visitors, it was said. Do let mixture scald. Add vanilla, at serve at once. I'rolcin. 36. Fn 34. Carbohydrate. 81. Total calories, 217. Will Hold Evangelistic Meeting at Valley Springs the Rev. W. J. LcRoy, i::is::r o[ the Lake Street Methodist clnrc- will conduct nn cvangelislic meeting at thD Valley Springs Tu^mi Makes You Look Years Younya The skin of youth lies in every bo cl new wondcrlnl MELLO-GL Face Powder. The purest powdi mailr—ius color is passed by tl U. S. government. No pastilles flnkiness or irritation, A ne French' process makes it sprca more smoothly and prevents large pores.' No more shiny noses—ft stays uiV longer. Use WELLO-GLO. Northeast Arkansas Maytag Co. BlytheviHe, Ark. DRAW For Constipation-, Indigestion.Biliouincis Dasher \1F IT DOESN'T SELL ITSELF DON'T KfeEP IT Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Williams ot title Hock were in Oscebla Thursay en route to St. Louis where ley will attend the world series aseball games. They were joined ere'by Mrs. J. L. Williams and . Fred Taylor jr. Major and Mrs. F. P. Jacobs eft Friday morning for St. Louis vhere they will b3 guests of Mr. 11 Years Constipation, Glycerin Mix Ends It For 11 years I tried to get rid of constipation," says Chns. E. Blair. "Then at last the simple mixture, Adlcrika, made mo regular." The simple mixture of glycerin, buckthorn bark, saline, etc.. (Adlcr- Ikn) actsvon BOTH upper and lower bowel, relieving constipation hi 2 hoiirsl Brings out poisons you never thought were 1 in your system. Let Adlerikn give you r stomach and bowels a HEAL cleaning and sec how good, you feel! City Drug Store. —Adv. 8 NOT A Fad Kirby Drug Co. Adv.-8 Guesses Nails in Jar ttarted the contracting wHli ••:one''.diamond. At au-tior Eotne piijiets.'-with Wests's. hanJ wtiildVMrc'n!!' no trump, but at ' cobtraH'the double Is better RS it shows .jpiutner at least three and cric'-haM.-' hifh card tricks. North bids oner MMt, tnTormlnB his- part- ii* ho hbMs one ind .one-half high cajjl tricks. Itost would pass, South -' .bid to two" h'wuftf/ . his part fier suppcrted him and us lie is weak in diamonds he sho'.illii open . tr..: seven ot hearts, his c»n tint I Sputh would play the jack ar.d now' Jl1 the guessing contest of : Ihe declarer o helpless tj s'.op'^. C. Robinson bDotli of the county j Norlh and South from »inning' fa 'r, Mrs. Virginia Keck wu» four | four heart trick. 1 ;, n diniv.ciKl trick | gallons cf paint for giiL'sruii; neai- , the ace of clubs and the :,co of "t 'he number of nulls in a jar. • spades, cr ssvcn tricks in a:!. | Her guesi was 155i' r..;ii t!vie were i By cp^ning his own .'::it, >.'o,-(|i: '536 in the glais jar, according to | hrfj defeated declarer's contract two E. D. Ferguson, tricks- SD remember wlu-r. \\cak in ' partner's suit ar.d paiintf h,,* EI | P . Th2 msan has 113 ported .yours, open your own suit! 3 "'' ccnsenuently no moisture, no Betck hurt you? H troubled with backache, kidney irregularities and disturbed slccp.don't take chances! Help your kidneys at Ihc first signof disorder. Use Donn's Pi[( s . Praised for 50 years. lindorsc j ; by thousands of grateful users. |Gcl Donn's today. . 'tries two against a n:> trump declaration. i rivers nor lakes. It Is a dead -norld. loan's 'ills ' A pa f if eric FOR Danger of— . Typhoid Fever ? •'• Scarlet Fever Diphtheria • ••• Tuberculosis: '.' : and DiarrhCal Diseases.can be greatly reduced by using > 'Pasteurized Jiilk from BENNETTS DAIRY Phone 74 (Klcven iencc plants.) years cxper- paslcurizing Eleclricity in the home, the olifice or the manufacturing establishment, is not a fad or a fash--> ion subject to changing styles or to be discarded as a passing whim. It is just as much an essential commodity as any other commodity required in the operation of these institutions. Fashions in methods of its utilization may vary from time lo time, but its usefulness and the need for it are basic. We arc in the business of manufacturing, selling and distributing (his commodity. - It is our business to furnish a never-failing supply of kilowai(-hours and to distribute them in the most efficient manner possible. . This is what constitutes service. The best possible service at the lowest possible cost is our one aim, and we recognize that only by the accomplishment of this aim can we discharge our obligations to the individual and the community. . •. f ' Arkansas-Missouri Power Co. "At Your Serfcice"
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