The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 14, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 14, 1930
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PAGE TWO BLYTIIEVILLEj (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Items of Personal Interest Society Catena a SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Mrs, Paul H. Rosenthil fs Hi; • ing th« Wednesday Bridge club. Women of the Second Baptist church are meeting at the church for a prayer program. Tbanday The I*nge, school Parent-Teacher Association • Is meeting at the school. Mrs. Ross D. Hughes Is having the Thursday Luncheon club. The Mid-Week club Is meeting with Mrs. O. P. Moss. Plajs for a Hallowe'en parly to be given Monday evening, October 27, were made at a meeting of Hie local:- Royal Neighbors chapter Monday'evening. The 'usual routine of business and drill work completed the program, i , Program and ' Study Combined. For the program and social meeting of the woman's missionary society of the First Methodist church Monday afternoon, Mrs. B. A. Lynch was lexder with the subject, ''The House of the Scliool of International Brotherhood.'; A prayer by. Mrs. P. E. Cooley, responsive reading'by the members and a prayer by-the'leader concluded this phase.of the meeting and later Mrs. Ira Gray took up the mission study. "The Curse of Hamm" was the theme used with Mrs. W. M. Taylor talking.on "The -Three Negro Leaders of Hattl." "A Trip Through the Interior of Haiti" by Mrs. O. N. Hawkins and "Hoover's Commission' 1 , by Mrs. J. G. Sudbury gave other thoughts on the tliemc tend Mrs'. Herman Cross and Mrs Wilson Henry gave a dialogue "Ro- mance.Turns to Roads" before the scripture passage was read by Mrs W. A. .Stickmon. Mrs. Gray concluded ;the study with a prayer. An Ice'Course refreshed the women hour. •-.•'* • Circles keel, \ Plans -for prayer meetings during th«. evangelistic meeting and the usuai'circ-le programs were given at -the gatherings of the woman's missionary union of. the First. Baptist church • Monday afternoon.: •".'--. Tlie nine who attended circle 1, at the-chirrch, heard Mrs. C. G. Hires re»d and,comment upon Romans n.Ipr the devotional and after a prayer .by-Mrs. Toni W. Jackson, ^U3s ;p Cordelia.. Wlhlte-taught Mrs. -R. I. Reeder was leader of the devotional for the second group meeting, at the church with nine members present. Mrs. Hattle Reece and Mrs. W. E. Buchanan offered prayers • ,: Circle 3. which had eight members In attendance, met at the home of • Mrs. John Buchanan. Mrs. R. A. Mahan conducted the devotional : and thp sentence prayers were' closed, by Mrs. H. E. Blnn- kenship. In the fourth group Mrs. Herman Walpole led. the dcvolional for thelseyen members present ,ilh Mrs. Alfred S. Harwell say' a prayer. The 91th Psalm was used cle 5, whose ten members i •' ; t met at the church, with Wit. U • '- mond Schmuck as leader. Fcrr.-- ing a prayer by Mrs. K. D. Marr. Mrs. .Marion'' William taught the Bible ksson. / C. E. to Meet. ,/ The Senior Christian Endeavor society 'of . the 'First Christian church is meeting at the social hall this evening for the first monthly ON WE ICFT I? OP GEIGD TOOADCIOTH MO IS WOCM T WE SIGHT AN WENING UO'AT I? CUT ON BUTLK'P CUTAWAY EVENING. GOWN OF-WTTERMED GOtO LAME AND OF A con- . tary school, organized Monday. Br Hot Sprlugj Faun tine Hollis, Norman, vice urcslitent; Bill Shsl lull voted to | ton, secretary; 'lc speaking ; reporter. ?tm as in- take n with Miss Limn Books Given I.ibmry. held one Monday i •. elementary school's month for nn Indcfiin'. ;librnry has been nddcd to with the Three new members. Mi-ises Mar- Bit* of News Mostly Personal BRIDGE ARTICLE NO. 26 BY Wit E. HcKENNEV S«cretary Bridge In yesterday 1 * article, the rule, of eleven wu explained. Fpllow- li:g are several examples showing I'.ow toj correctly apply thte ruk. in every, case, South Is the declarer at no trump, North the | dummy, Wejt Is the opening leader, and the card led. Is In parenthesis. East Is the partner of the Under. f. Example No. 1 Winning low— liicn unblocking suit. N— Dummy Q-10.6 W— Leader E— Partner K-D-8-I4I-3 A-J.7-5 S— Declarer ; z West; cjicm the four spot, . . . lus fourth .best. Applying the rule o eleven,' four .from eleven leave tevcn. There are three in Ci he suit so that his partner can make- the.fifth card of that suit. If East were to return the five spot, West would be forced to win with the king;'then when West re- urned the suit East would have it alccked with tlie ace-jack. Example No. 2 Winning low and returning an other suit to weakness. bull.'* AIIKIV;. luc llucv 111 Ulc, I.IU retell Ul ICI1, EatSl. QIEUUlu dummy, and as East, tlie partner I the nine over the seven and cf tlio original leader, holds four,! jack over the Un. East shout he knows that the declarer holds no card higher than the fou r snot. 'therefore, if the declarer plays (he six from dummy, his seven spot will hold the trick. Likewise, If the declarer plays the ten, he wilt win the' trick with 'the : Jack. If the queen, lie declarer plays the win with the ace. Supposing the declarer played the six, I lie seven now holds the trick. East EhouM return the ace, and then the Jack, unblocking Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hall motored to Martin, Tenn., Sunday vhere tlicy were guests of B. F. Jrogdon Jr., who is attending the University of Tennessee Junior ollcgc. Tom Neal Simpson, who attend- id to business In points of Tch- icssec, Missouri and Kentucky last week Client, the week-end 'at home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ncal Simpson had as tlielr guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Albert Woolridgc of Memphis. , : Mrs. George McLcod and daugh- ers, Chailyn and Jane, returned yesterday Irom Hayll where they spent the week-end. Mrs. J. E. Bell has returned roin several months stay in Wosh- ngton, New York and other points of Interest In the. east. K. W. Goodman was a business visitor in FarKgould , .during; .tljf week-end. Mrs. Emory Hampton and two children liave gone to Paragould for a visit with Mrs^. .= Hampton's sister, Mrs. James Ligor>;< •'•:, V Mrs. Laura Arnold Is'impatient at the Memphis Baptist'hospital. Mrs. T. K.'; li visiting her daughter', Mrs. Sussell Farr, and family, In Memp'ils for «ev- cral days. She expects to return Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. Leon Smith liave as their guest for several days | McFarlantlT Mrs. McFirlahd"'"is Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. Fletcher Mlnnls, of Stuttgart, who arrived last night. Marsh M. Galloway Jr., who has i Nob)e Brltt, of Mayfield, Ky., has «cn quite 111 since Friday from an j been in the city for two days as infected knee, is no better today, .the guest of Miss Wild* Atkins. Mrs. William Hcndrix, of Jones- j : : ; m the city d«r- \ C ardwell News Note* Mrs. Allan Walton spent tht'j -' . ' week-end In Memphis as .the guest Mr. and Mrs. Marlon • Revelle of her daughter, Mrs. Berry B.'|werc Cardwell visitors Saturday Brooks Jr., and Mr. Brooks. levelling. Mr. and ' Mrs. ' Norman -Wells Churlcs. Jones has returned to his have returned to Paragould alter home near Cardwell after being having resided here and Mr. Wells | discharged from the Uniled States has cone to Baltimore for a visit \ Marine corus. He was last statlon- with relatives while Mrs. Wells is | ed in Virginia, visiting her parents at Paragould; Warlick Brannnm-visited friends for the present. . -. - : • at Qojnton, Ark., Saturday eve- Mrs. J. H. Fisher and son, jning. Woodrow, spent yesterday In Mem- | Blandc Schism of Memphis had pliis where they met Mrs. Laura j business In Cardwell Friday.- Ennis, Misses Wallle and Oracle, Franklin Brannum of Homers- ol St. Louis, and who relumed to", vllle was a Cardwell visitor Sat- hls city with them last. night: urday evening, vhere they took the train for home. *""— ' —'Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Brogdon W-Leader Spade N Dummy Spade K-19-7 E—Partner Spade A-J-S S—Dwlarer Spule 4-3.2 West opens the five of spades Five from eleven leaves six. As there are three in tlie dummy East holding three knows that tit declarer holds no card iilghe Uian the' five spot. If dummy play t!ic seven or ten, East should pla then lead another suit. There an old rule in bridge that say "Lead through strength and u to weakness," therefore Eas should select a suit which Is we-a in dummy. This Is done in ai endeavor to get West, his partne hi the lead again to return the spades which would prevent the declarer from making a spade , Luxora Society—Personal TUESDAY, (Xa^E{yy^l930 Mrs. Ora IHI 'attended the, fair at Caru'.hersville Thursday. - Mrs. Abe Liverant and daughter Httended th« show at Osceola Thursday night- Mrs. H. C. Davidson of Wilson visited 'her parents, Mr, and Mrs Misses Lois Mae Powell and Max- Bob GiUe.pU, Wednesday. le Brown were Blylhevllle visitors Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Ashmore and hursday. Mr - an<1 Mf s - Marline Ulcholson Mrs B W. Thweat and children ' we « the gusstl ol Mrs. Dave Rlch- JUthryn, and John were visitors In :ards ' Sunday. ; .. ; . ; Blytheville Thursday. | Miss Meredith Graham enter- Mrs. Dave Richards and daugh- talned a number of her friends ter Jane spent two days this week *'"> *• birthday party given .at 'h.?r Ih Oeceola visiting relatives. j h ° m j so "' h ^ Lui < or » ™ Friday night. After game* had been played a plate lunch was served to the ,,, , ,1 „, j • - i following guests: Mfcs Lois Hill ville visitors Thursday. Mildr,:d Galyean, Margaret Rich- M f-nn v^ ^mr^v Md5 ' Ellza ^ th Davis. . Vivian Memphis visitors Sunday i L h MU(Jred Rlc ,, ards Dr. Mark Rogers is visiting rela- i _ _ _ , „ lives in New Orleans. . °; °-,• Dr ' v ";, Thurman ' Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Wunderlich f un '°/ Wunderlick, Josephine Gilland daughter, Bettyc Jean and Mrs. is M9ly " "•""""• riK ' H » ™"^°>< "^Kl .-^"1 Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Cook Mrtel George, C yde Piunkelt. N. Hunt were Memphis visitors Howar ' i Bowen, Edward Tillman, Thursday , William George, 'Olivia Oraliam Mrs. Mary Hays of Blythcvllle and Joc Cochran, visited friends here Thursday. : I. D. Wilkins was a business vis- Massachusetts Is the only state itor at Blytheville Thursday. j having compulsory automobile In- Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Thwcat and surance. trick. Additional e>*mp!es tow to-morrow. fol- N. P. Kiilghl of this city, who liad gone to Pensacola. Fla., for the winter, Is at his bedside. Mr. and' Mrs. James Brownfleld of Detroit, Mich., have arrived nere •to make their home and at present are visiting Mi-, and-Mrs.-W. M. sister of Mr. Brownfteld. The Rev. E .Z. Newipm, who has . been ill a week, has now recovered. motored to Leachville Thursday evening to bring back Mrs. Prullt'i! mother, Mrs. Bolen, who will visit here. W. D. Tatom had business In Paragould Saturday. MILLIONSof MOTHERS garet Merritt, Sallle M. Crow and i pally for boys, by Mrs. It. N. Hill. Mrs. Sadie Crews of Holland, were IShe also recently gave tlie Sudbury enrolled after having been voted on. , school n similar gift. At the Hot Springs meeting, Miss Lena Madison Phillips of New York, recently elected Internation- president, will be one of the principal speakers. She is past, na- Huve Wclner Kunst, A weiner ronst on the banks of the Mississippi river entertained u i party Religious iAUicallon In Himc Is Studied Pensions education in the home social meeting of the year, members are urged to atlend. All Have Business Session A business session of the woman's missionary society In the Lake Street Methodist church Monday nftcrnoori 'was attended by 2« members who discussed ways of making money '« the principal business] Mrs. L. E. Gray, superintendent of publicity, and Mrs. O.J Rodgers, ., ot ten Monday evening. tional president and will share Alone with the wciners were honors \ Mrs. Mary McClench marslnnallows, codec and cold of Minneapolis, the ptescnt nation- drinks which made an al preside. '• supper. Those going were: Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley nnd daughter, Miss Marion; Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Fer, „ i gnson, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Ganas Presbyterians believe it should | j kc illK j^^ hassctt Miss Gol be taught was the theme taken «U I (l;l ' R lnks, Morris*Cox 'ami's. V. in circle meetings of tlie five groups | n . of the Woman's auxiliary ot ' the " tlM- First Presbyterian church Monday afternoon and evening- Ten members attended circle 1, of which Mrs. T. J. Mahan Is chairman, which met at the hair.? of Mrs. R. S. Molt. Mrs. \V. H. Eailey was in charge of the niccl- ing with Mrs. Mott concluding Hie and family motored to Martin,'; rcnn., Sunday where they \verc guests of B. F. Brogdon Jr., who. Is n student at the University of Tennessee Junior college. Icge. Dan Edwards, son of.Mr. and Mrs. M. E. West of Knoxville, Tcnit.. is now improving after an operation performed in a hospital of that city. His grandmother, Mrs. Five Dclegalcs of Local Church Go To Convention . , . The First Clirlslliin church will devotional and Mrs. C. R- Bauc:ck I havc fivc dclcgrUcs a .. (llc i nu , niri . tne program. (llonal convention ot the Disciples L>e held In Waslnny- bcginnlng tomorrow The second group, Mts. Marsh M. ot cllrist to ' Gcol ' EC Ul IJUUIIlllJ, rtllu l.l.a. V-..U IV-UBI..J. . secretary, exchanged offices with vnse in Mrs. Rodgers now in charge of the publicity and Mrs. Gay as secretary. Beard of Co»nty Federation Wo'nwn's Clubs Will Meet litre Officers and committee chairmen of the Mississippi County Federation of Women's clubs will meet at the Holel Noble Wednesday, mor- ir. ;t with Mrs. I y with tho utne- ail( i continuing for nine dnys. Th Hearing the Bible study Rcv . E. K. Latlmcr. Mr. aiid Mrs. Irom Romans nnd Mr;-. Roy Wai-, j. Cecil Lowe. Miss Gladys Bar- Ion tcok up the program discussion. ; i, am n nd Mrs. J. C. McIIancy jr., Mr;. Leslie Hocp;r's group met ' tt -lll leave Wednesday morning ur with Mrs. O. L. Hancock when j n, c Arkansas train going by the Mrs. James H. Bicoks gave the Bi- way of Indiana and returning We study for the nine members • through Virginia and the southern .present. . 'route They exiicct to be a\vay tci Circle 4, with Mrs. U :b.rt E Lee : days. King as chairman, \viis ei'.icriair.ed by Mrs. L S. Unscoc. Alter Mrs. Fifteen thousand members o! tlie Christian church arc expected ni'nV'Io" o'clock, when'pians will R a X Worthlngton led tlic duvutbn- attend the three significant con ,3 made lor. the state biennial! »' Mrs - Jamcs B CSaik t..i,k up the j ventions within tlie nine day lie Nc\v Medicine Soon Banished Neuritis And Stul>l>orn Jiowd Trouble—"Will Always Praise It", Says This Man. MR. RAYMOND F. HOELSCIIK "I suffered for months from roi sttpalicr.", said Mr. Raymond 1 meeting at Fort Smith and preparations taken up for the annual meeting ot the county group next spring. The president, Mrs. Harvey H. Thompson, of Wilson, and an elected delegate will probably attend the state meeting November 4-7. Other officers of this group aro: program. In lids group Mrs. H. H. i riod. A thousand yonng people will | Hoelschcr,^ 2633A ^Shcnandon Mcore was a visitor. "" ' A "" ° "" " '" ' The night crclc, also known as the: Business Women's group with Mrs. C. M. Gray as chairman, met at the home of Mrs. H. R. Brandon when Misses Mary Outlaw imd Era Wright were lics:r«ts. Hcsidcs the nine numbers Mrs. Ucss Stcv- hold ft five day Youth convention, October 15-19. During the convention the- new . National City Christian clnivchj will be dedicated on Sunday niprn- ing. Over 40.000 individual members of the churches have tonlr:b- •ilcd to the $2.000,000 edifice t-n-ct- L.. G. Byerley of Leachville, 1 cn ?. president of the au\::i.\ry, micl ! ed on Thomas circle. vicc president; Mrs. W. J. Layno! Mrs - w - A - Dobyns. xr.clary of Luxora, recording secretary:! religious education, v Mrs. A. J. Cole of Wilson, corrcs- B 0111 madc talks a»d M pcndding secretary: Mrj. Howard Proctor of Blylhevllle, treasurer; Mrs.C. E. Criggcr or Armorcl, par- Allen conduclcd the clcvolionnl A feature of the convention will I be the launching of the 58.0W.001 Ministerial Pension fund campj^n ] to care for the ministers ot this Avenue,- St. Louis, "Pfvcre hccu aches and pains In ttie alxlomin region were of dally cccurrcr.c Extreme nervousness made sic difficult. Neuritis attacked n nrms and the back of my neck, spent a great deal of money In vain search for relieJ. "Finally n fricrd suggested Kr>: jola. Alter 1 had finished t'.ie fit bottle I v.-is Ilk? a new ma Constipation vanished an:l I !m-n )iad n headache since I bej-mi ta ing the medicine. Nciiriri.s llamcntarlan; Mrs. Clyde Robin- j paper week, outlining a girl m the ; son of 'Blytheville, 'federation air- [orphans home a cctor. . program and offering en up. Delegates to Go (« R«(i*Ml CoMrenUon. Miss Clara Ruble, Mrs. Bob Barnes and Miss Marie Harnish were elected delegates from ths Business and Professional Women's with MJs. Alice Womack leading ! religious body at the time o! tlicir | b ,, cn ccn vp!etely banished and n the program. Discussion ni church' ' rctireincnt. arms and neck ro longer pain . . The roll call of nations will hear | My nerves arc strong again ar.d .lid tl-' Rillv d-iv [delegates from 30 countries who arc i s!ec;i well al night. 1 will a'm :i Tine w"-*-li™ fit already gathering at the capinl. 1 , praise Konjola". b -» cu.o iaK- |Thc delegation traveling the tartli-! And so it goes whenever Ken/ 'Misses Louise Walker and Jewell unier and Mrs. B. W. Pruitt Everybody has it once in » w jjii e . it may be due to a thousand and one different .causes. The way to cure a Headache is to find ; and remove the cause. Suppose it takes days pr weeks, to find tho cause—what will you do in the nieshtirae? Continue to suffer? Why should you, when you can get DR.MUES'ANTI-PAIN PELS They relieve quicWy. Use'them for muscular pains and functional pains even-when these pains are so severe that you think you are sufferjng : froin Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Scia- ' tica. Lumbago. . . . ' :Get them at yoqr Drug Store. 25for25etnla. i 125 for *1J)» ,-YOU ARE INVITED To Attend A I 1 All circles had pleasant social hours with members of the fifth circle going to Bonnn's Dn;K store. Thrilt Club torrqea. Officers of l!ie routih Orads Is from Australia with 40 mem- ' is nivcn a real chance to make l)" ers . I Fi-oni six to eight bottles . i recommended fo r the usual cr.,.., Kcnjola Is sold in Blythcvi!!?. kan=as at Kirby Drug Store-.-. ,. j by all the best druggists in club, »( the metflng Monday fve- Thrift club ot the Lange clcmen-I hospital. Hospital Notes Miss Mae Kardin. Senath. Mo. __ . __ . .. was admitted to the Blytheville i towns throughout this entire lion. Modern Cooking School To be held at the Woman's Club, in Blytheville, Arkansas on the afternoons of October 16th and 17th at 2:30 P. M. MRS. C. D. -WILLS, Director of our Home Service Department, will have charge of these demonstra- : ; tjons and we promise all who attend a very pleasant afternoon. Come out and enjoy this with us. A FREE installation and a liberal allowance for your old stove on any new range sold during these demonstrations. Arkansas-Missouri Power Co.

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