The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 12, 1931 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 12, 1931
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PAGE, TWO BLYTIIEVILLE. (AUK.) COU1UER ij'EWS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12,. .1931 D RIDGE. ; jAim-Kutledee '•"• •',*' '* P' :* '<' ••>. - I "Out of pie.uhworlby.i The-vibrations of deathless music; "With malice toward none, with Vf" charity ;ibr> all.'''..-.- Out''orni«-U» forgiveness-of mli- '-- lions toward millions, And the bcneflclenl face of a nation Shining with-Justice ai)d.truth I am Ann RuUedge whp sleeps be- neath' thei; .weeds,' Beloved in life of Abraham Lin- Wjedded'tolnrn, not.-'through union. Buf/through separation.' Bloom forever, O Republic, From the dusl of my bosom! :.• From "Spoon- River An•i tholoib 1 ' 1 r-i MasUis. Calendar ...... _rldij s> ' Miss.'Marian- Tompklns will give & recital ? ita' pWno at the high 5cliootj*ij<ii,t9rium. ."''.•',' The ".'Dara4< Sunday school class ol Ui^JHreW^aplisl church iwUKbe members of flic-Wednesday Bridge I club and several'guests this week.! A blooming plant adorned her llv^.; ing ::;m where Ihi three tables arranged 'and (here ; was 9 /alcntlno note seen In Ihe tallies. Mrs. W. B. Tanner, a bride who as presented a monogrammcd iwcl, also received high club prize, hosiery. Another high score prizj, tatloncry, went to Mrs. Samuel F. I'orrls. Tomato aspic, assorted rolls, ol- es and coffee made.|,he appeilzlng efrcahments served lo Ihe members and these guests: Mesdan-.cs Clarence Volllner, Matt Monnghau r., W. D, .Chamblln jr., Samuel F. v'orrls and • Mrs. Earl Kooulz, of Springfield, Mq. E. 0. Has I.unciieou Meeting. Mrs. Ross Stevens and Mrs. Ray Clifc M««te. '• : '• -•}'•'• iftmbers of the new Wednesday Contriirticltib ind ; t»'0 gaest^. Mrs. John->¥t Snydcr ahd ^s. O. E. Keck, ;^ere. guests": of; Mrs, Roscoe Craf ton'yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Dixie Crawford won the high score prize, hosiery, and-'(he guts', prize, a hjndlterchlcf, went to Mrs, Jolih W/'Snyflerv'N .. - , The hosteis served' ahgcl food cake, topped-.v'lUi' strawberries and whipped creani, 'and 'coffee. Clii'-JUs All Day Se*toi':fait): sirs'.'Hubert L. Potter was Itosiess to if,;.W the'-members of/the'-BeU ch|f Stinair school class-of. the FlrtVfrasbytcrlin church -Wcdnes- day,"fQT:aii,all day sewing .*>arty. . AV ! no8n-a delicious three course menu'Jias-served, Mrs. Pot(er'hav- ing;=beehv'assisted by her;'rripthei! Mrs.. J.JHck Tliomasi »nd;Mr's'.'- Ah- nie>ifiubbar'd." "•'''.' '"' '' - .' • 'fte mernbcrs ma^e curtains for their-new class room , which is tc I immediate 1)-. H^CIab. _,,,, Mrs. Carrol . Vonhliigton cnlertnlncd 12 mem- _ bsrs of the local P. E. 0. chapter " n-ilh a luncheon meeting at the Voithington home Wednesday. An ippeltzing nienii was served at at- ractlvely arranged tables. i For tlic program on "Women in i Industry, Past and Present," Mrs.! i. A, Smith was leader. violin under Mrs. lovla Casey of the Memphis Conservniory ol Music.' ^•Ill Ix; accompanied by Miss 1/orna Wiifon. Miss Evrard is a dance pupil of Msss Ola ob Harris. Tiio public Is Invited to ths recital m.i<!e up of Ihcse numccrs: Piano solos. "In Knightly Days," BuiBiuuller, "Air .\fall," Rlghtcr, nnd "i'oika," Tschaikowsky, Marlon Tomi)ksiis; \iotln sciecilon, "Fifth Air Van:," Dancls, Charles jtsepii; piano i-ios. "Masquerade," liraz;!- lon, "Etude." Hra^lclon, and "Gypsy Walt/." nraz!elon, Mnrlon Tomp- klns; dance specialty. Sara I'au- llni! iivrard; piano solos, "Japanese Doll," Kuiln. "Dance of the l?ai» DoH," Wilson. Marlon Tompklns; violin Aflcctlon, "Secoml Mazurka," Wclni.ivskl, Charles Joscpli; plntio loy, Marion Tompktiis. Mr, end - M «. J. W. Williamson ~ - i BY WM. K. McKENNKV Secretary Ameilran Ilrldj- t.c: When the declarer has a a-t-up suit against you, you si: [ protect, the hand by Iniincdii squeezed. If he parted with a club,| admitted as a patient to tlie Bly- dcclarer's queen and 10 of clubs tlievllli- hospital last night; • would be good. If lie parted v;lih' . a heart, declarer would casli his t LEGION SPONSORS DEBT MOVE queen of clubs end the ace and Oorden Milcm .was the guest- of- Mr.' Fred Hodge, Saturday nlg'ht.-'!' Mia. Maggie Toland called at, ! Mis. Hodge's Monday evening. | William Wldne: and Guy Fisher j worn Blylbeviltc visitors Monday, i M. C. HodBO'and son were. Luxora visitors, Monday. 1 Adrian Gentry of Clear Lake! was a visitor at Pecan Grove, Sun- • day. . :..,'' Mr. Frank Blrchett was a Blythe-1 vllle visitor Salurday. , - - ; •.. if i Mr. Jake lUchardson and Mr! nusscll Co'eman attended to busl- WEST S-X-fl • H-A.J. D~A<. 109: 7-6-3 C-5 5—1.9-5-4.3 ' (1-10-6-2 D—8 (AST C-K.9-5-4 S-».|02 ' - H-9-54-3 D-5-4 SOUTH-DEALER C—A-Q- 10-3 S-8.7-6 M-X.Q8 D-K-Q-2 C-J.8.7-1 The liiiltllnj; The Imiid was phiyetl at auction, bid one ness nt Blythcvllle, Monday, Istmh ... Mrs. Frank uirchett, Mrs, n. B. ;mot!d, Ens', went to one no Wrap solo, "Love's Old Sweet. Song," Mol- i Hodge, Mrs. L. F. Hodge nnd Mrs. I West then tld two diamonds and 1 •»»„_!_„ nt 1-J-. /"«1,,__~-.__ T-l l_ „!!._>- J-JJL'l • . I __ ... mwtju-l UIIYI Bits of News Mostly Personal tract, club •jujh-Mri.-.- W?-P. -Veaze. jr.;-Mrs. Hubert b. Potter and Mrs E.'^-J. Browne Tuesday afternODi lot- the weekly party. ..This clu usually- meets, on .Wednesday af- tefnoons.V , - ;. •; ; A : black bowl, lined iii cold, went to: Mrs. Joe Von' Almen for club high and guest high, n double deck was won '-by Mrs. t'. .J. • -'-•'* Th,e>liosUss served fnilt. salad, sandwjches",;individual cherry-pies lopped>'WiOi ; .whipped cream, .-.and Ceicbnte Founders Day. ;- : •'•.'•'•'• T. Tlie'Junior. High Parent-Tenclier asscidatlori..-. celebrated.-: .-'Founders Day • with. fin..: appropriate - proiram Wedriesday'afternoon. " ' In the business session presided. over. by. Miss .Mnry Emma :Hood, vfee president,- Mrsf Luclle \Haley gave a report ol book recently purchased for'the-library and after a discussion it wa5'(Jecided;that there was no need of serving'Kid Cross lunches in this school." ' "' .Mrs t M. o. Usrey read a poera, "Tbtchbearers".;.;ikIrs. i ,Edgar Borum read ; the 'messages ;pf the^ first ami most recent Dresidenls, and Mrs. E. P.'.Blomeyer spoke ori^'A Mother Views the Mones.'^Mrs! George R.- linge gave, a.'reportrof the comity council meeting.// "•..-,. " : 'An offering was taken for Founders E^y- .which Kill be sent to the national l-'departmcnt. Cltrti. ind'.GiKslj Enlcrlalncd Sen IJorn. Mr. and Mrs. Tolllc Gann an- loimce the birth of n son Monday it their home near Gosnell, The baby, who weighed eight paunds IMS been named-Blllie Max. • • • » Scouts Have' A Supper Meeting Members of Scout trcop 37 met at the Sudbnry school last evening for a supper meeting. After an appetizing chili supper wns sfrvcd tills program was rendered: talks "What A Patrol Leader Expects of Troop Officers," L. a. Thompson Jr., sonior p.urol leader; "How Patrol Leaders Csii Help Me Keep Correct Rf.-uirtj," Jitn-.ii Ciuard, jnr:be; "Drlsn'. Spots iu Troop History," Wiodrow Hushes, patrtl lentlcr;. "What W,? Expect lo no uwoic Stihool Is Oul," Norman Epscfc, patrol leader;- "What Will He Expected Of Palrol Members," Herman Turner, patrol !:;ader: "My Idea Of A 1 Good Scrloc," L'tho Barnes, patrol tender. Games of Ins and soccer were played after the meeting. . County Council Has ' An All Day Meeting I Improving the farm hdmcs was "Ihe principal, their.c laken up by ; Mrs. Ida'H^.iFcntpn, clothhiij specialist, at nvi'-all day meeting of tl» 'county council of farm women here yesterday. The 3!J. officers present represented, these clubs: ' Leaclivillc, Lone Oafc,' Perry, Nc\v Liberty, No dcna, Bmdetle and Clear Lake. The lloors, walls and other in- lerlor equipment was discussed in Mrs. Fenton's talk concerning the observing of Better Homes week. In a contest in which (ho names of pictures by famous masters were given. Miss Opal Wilson, ot Perry, won. It was decided to give awny a doll for the benefit of local clubs nnd lo sponsor a minstral In the near future, Luncheon, was tsrvetl in cafeteria ! style. . Winston L-. Jc-lcr, of Jonesljuro, vas a viittai- In tho city yesterday. Miss Alleen Balrd. of Uyersbtiri;, Tcnn., is the Jiousegttest of Mr. and rMs. C. 11. Hull nnd son, Sheldon. Lee Wiiscn. of Wilson, attended t obtisiness here Wednesday. . Mrs. Roy Head, who has been ill a week, is now able to be up. J. K. Oiirnei' returned today to his home in Marvcll, Ark., after having been called here by l.-.e death of Mrs. Cinrner's mother !Urs. A. G. .Little. Mrs. Gavnc-r is lemalnlng for 11 longer stay \vltn her father. -Misses Jessie Srilc and Nell Hnr- ili were visitors In Osceoln ycster- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Waterman nnu Mr a . O. II. Grear spent y.;s'.vr- day in Memphis. Miss Mabel Hoguu is ill nt her Clarence Duvls attended Ihe' bas-! East, bid iwo no trump ket ball game at Gosnoll, Friday., j T | le Vl3y I South opened the dcucs,' his . fourth best club, North covered .with the king, and East the de- iclarer, won with the ace. A small LUXORA, Ark.-Tucsday at[- V -! ll ' !l ' n!ondc ™, 5 thra ', cd by t nc de - nocu the Methodist Missionary so- c , lr!rcr ' SD " ! J 1!iro l« rly ' &**& the • - deuce, and the jack v:as finessed In , (he dummy Methodist Mission Group With Mrs. clcty lield tlic' bt-monthly meetlna n the rt ta Havmad Owen. Tlic meetlnB was presided over by Mrs. Sue Brown, Ihe president. The devotional exercise was '• conducted by Mrs. V. E. Rush, fol- [ lowed by tiie singing of "Ml Go, Where You Wnnt Me lo Go" by I MesdnnVes Charles Turner nnd liar-, ry Worslcy. Routine business was' conducted after which the mission-j nry lesson was conducted with Mrs.! E. R. Bognn as leader. The sub-; Ject • was "Missionary Aims and; Message for the New Day.'-'- The i The ace of diamonds was returned, Noilli discarding a club and declarer following with the five ami E;uth Ihe queen. The 10 of diamonds was relumed and North discarded another, cjub, declarer dropping tho three ot hearts and South won the trick with the king of'dia- monds. ' It would be foolhardy for South to continue"with :his clubs as the declarer Is marked with tlie queen and In all probability ihe 10, Soiitn can see. four straight ditmonrt tricks staving him in Hie face, anil if the declarer happens to hold tho ace of spades, It will mean that h: must part with cevcn straight cards and (his would squeeze him. His proper play-.'.mild to to lead . the king of hearts immediately cs- ' tabllslilng the queen of hearts and stopping the smalt s'am. II South wore to lerul th: six cf spades. Dummy would win with the queen and then run-four straight diamonds. North wcuicl discard a spade, two hearts and a club, while the declarer would drr.ji two he.irtj, a spade and a club. !;:uth would be forced lo surrender two spades, a club .-and the eiglu cf hearts. Tho ting of spades wcuM be the ne?st- lead .by the declarer "from! . duinmy, overtaking in his own hp.nd the trick. | with the ace, and South would be Jack. H South'Jed the king of hearts, liowcVcr, he ivoukt to down to a geod iheaft .and two clubs, ami it lloce - wcul<j l>e ' Impossible for the de- claree to sqiieeze him for the small DYEUSBURG, Tenn. (UP)—Th3 American Legion recently inpusu- raled a "1'ay-a-Debv" campaign slam.. <Copyri8ht;.l!>31, NBA Soivicc, Inc) Hospital Notes ' i A, G. Moseley, Holland, Mo., was fOUGHS Rub on thrott; pUce tome on tongue tndr-vaJlewuitmelt*, VAPOftui OVEfrW'MILUON JARS USED YEAR1Y BEWARE THE COUGH FROM COLDS THAT HANG ON Couglis from colds may icad to serious trouble. You .can-s(aii llicm r.oir iviili Crcojnuisian', an'etnuUifiecJ creosote tliat- is .plnunl. to" lake. CrtiiiiiiiTsion-is a nicdicjl dijcqvcry willi lu-o-foM-Bclion; it sooilics and heals tue inflamed membranes and inhibits (jerni groivtli. 01 all known drugs creosote is rcc- csnlzcd by high incdicM authorities as one of ilia i;fPatf;l healing agent-its for ciru^lia frn:n (HJs anil lironcliial Irrilaliufit. CrccmulEion contains, in addition to crer^ole, other healing clemcnls ifhich soolho and heal llio inflamed mentbranee and stop the ir- rilatlon, vrhile the creosote cpt* on tu Ihc sioraach, is absorbed in'.o the blood, atiacks ihe seal of i!n- Irunblc ami checks (lie ijrowili of tbu G^IIIIS. Crewnulston .is- euara[:|ccj saliifac- •, lory in llie't'reitmcnt 1 of'ediijlis (rum col(ls, Jitonchitis and minor, twins of bron'chial irritations,'and : is cicellent for building up (he system after colds or flu. Money refunded i( nr.l relieved after taking according to directions. -Ask your druggist. (auV.) OMULSION FOR TH£ COUGH fROM COLDS THAT HANG ON LLOWS following ladies took part in the discussion:" Mesdamcs Hall, Thorn- i as, Began and Brown. Nineteen la- : dies were present, on Kentucky avenue. Mruvln Chappello Is attending to h;:s::u.s3 (u Forrest City. W. .M. Sciusgs, of Memphis, nt- lenctcd to business here. Wcitncs- clay. Miss Cora Lee Coleman, county home demonstraliou agent, is at Ekron and Leaehvilto today for meetings of the Flkron 4-ii club and the Ler.chvllle. Woman's club. Pecan Grove News Mr. ami Mrs.- H.- H. Lucius.wer: IJIytlicville; visitors, Saturday. Mis. Jce Wallers is Improving utter n storl illness. Mr. and Mrs. U P. Hotlge wero the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hodge, Salmday night-. Mr. DO. Hotljc visited Lawrence Lain, Sunday morning. Mrs. .Mntlle Hiicy and son were the diiner guests of Mrs. -Lida; Turn the months ' of waiting into ' ease anil comfort Mrs.'TV. II. Kliupn, Ilurko. [ I'Jatto, writes: "l .iptih^ii Mytlicr's t'rtcnil lioJoty mv List Lnby dime nnrt'tt iiupcd 11:0 wunck-rfull} H f-ivo rao relief during tlje \YalUmj tiue nnd helped me to IIUVL- an t'usy cU-ll\erV- >inihrr-i l-rlci,,l | s sixuhlui; nncl rcl.ii Ingto lhf-iimi.snn,l llbbur;. It ]„ a illj. , covcry cf an eminent obstetrician. ' yalscil !>}• founlt'.-ij Ilio-jsnuils for <m:r j Mothcr'n Frlrnil nt jour ilrm-store '(Jr. to JemoBstrme lt s soolhlni; anil ril-ixlni- Mc« —clip noJ man ItU coupon for— . ..-.-.- -scunpLc-jL. aitd. helpful- booklet;/ JT -_ scn.l me l-'RIiB J-WJ and post P.IM (ptnln UT;it»t>erF) Your 2-l-plpj lllimr.ik'il LKWk li\ cot- !|ii ors. "Tlilnsi to Know \K licrore Baby Comes." «= and a trial saraptc of MotlLrr's I'rl LUCKIES are always kind to your throat Fields. Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Luke Richardson! mv Street ur II. P. D " were ulytlicvlllc visilcrs, Alonday. \ £J!£-_-i:i-ii:i'i^^i;^y^JU'i£.- W-i! Give Recital. U:.'j3U5l talent will be dlsplnyc;! in Use recitai to be given by Ma-ion Toinpklns, len-year-olti dauah- .cr of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. F. Tomp- klns, of Burdcttc. Friday evening al the high school auditorium. S'ne will be assisted by Charles Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs. 6am Joseph, nnd Sara Pauline Evrard, iltuighlcr of Mr. and Mrs. UordOii Evrard. lix tlic program to begin al 8 o'clock. Miss Tompkins, who is in the second year of her music study, is the pupil of Miss Margaret Merrill. Charles Joseph, who studied Mis. Harry Kirby was'.hostess to Use tXHi INFLUENZA SPKEADIiNG Check Golds at once witli 66(5 Take it as n preventive. tj3ri(f happy^ Ibep'aUse.:. t" : a m^kesfor poipularrify B ODILY VIGOR and ,. natural sldn frcsh- .riess come from the same source—healthy rcd-blooc!- cells. When yotrtire easily or-your skin is sallow and pule or broken' out, common .Mnise sufrgest^.that/every pos ;«We^stcp be liken to corrett'it, s.S.S. should be your safeguard. II restores the red-btood-colls tv normal.;;'The system, skin eropboaa ;»nd sallow -complexion ainppear. -Your appetite picks up, yoar.>fhole body is strengthened, ,mvjgoritUd! If your vitality and elear skin are slipping away from :.JM try S.S.S. Get the large size |otUe. At all drug rtores. ' A REAL TEST! Tho above lest willi a |uir of re=nlar Block TUP MIT Overalls proves that EXTIlA streiiRtli KXTRA wear is built riglit Into c'vcrv- VHP NUT garment. The advice of your physician-is: Keep out of doors, in the open air, breathe <lcc[ily; take plenty of exercise in the mellow sunshine, and have a periodic check-up on t/u; health of your body. IIc.iHli restored Mrt. Florence /ttJpn, Detroit, Mich., Krilcti "S.SJ. im- prprcd my np/jeiffc nnd re. tiered .my tail uclghi. [ think it wonderful, Aly great«l lurpriio ifoi thai ihcra ... .P*' 1 * . !>«. aajrlliing irWch -' toulftjnalie me /r-cl onrf loofe 10 mnch better i i to tlmrt a lime. If'irkitnoxttlcaiute." You can buy genuine Tt'!-' NUT Orrr.ills Panl« Slilvts. Anloals ana riay Suits fro:u a progrcs- sire incrcliant in your own locality. * TUF-NUT * GARMENT MFG. CO. Little Rock, Arkansas •%=,*' Sold Inclusively in miilhcdllc by i JACK APPLEBAUM ' and THE CASH STORE ** TUN'E TlicLii Dunce tra, cu dny, T and SalHri cl-cnim; ove N. n. C. net Everyone knows that sun- sSiine inellows^-that's why the "TOASTiNG" process includes the use of the Ultraviolet Rays. LUCKY STRIKE-made of the finest tobac- the Cream of the Crop —THEN —"IT'S TOASTED"- an extra,secret heating process. Harsh irritanfs present in all raw tobaccos are expelled by "TOASTING." These irri- feints are sold to others. They are not present in your LUCKY STRIKE. Mo wonder LUCKIES are always kind to your throat. Tour Throat Protection- .'Tf.c Air.sri'cj-vTcbKco Co., ftfu. i —against cou f\

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