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PAGE TWO , (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1C, 1931 Society Calendar Tuesday Mrs. George L. Mutr the Tuesday Luncheon clua. The Tuesday Contract club is meeting with Mrs. J. Nick Thomas. Miss Kathryu Lnwler Is hostess te the "Enirc Nous" club. The Euz?liaii Sunday school class of'the First Baptist chhrch is having-Its monthly social mwllns at Bits of News Mostly Personal the home of Mrs. J. \V. unulcy. I of Osccola, motored to Si. The' Harwell B. V. 1'. U. ol the I today lor &?verfll days visit. tte'church at 1: IS for a council First Baptist ch'jrch is meeting at| O. M. Morgan and E. P. Bell left and visited her »unt, Mrs. Charles F. Wood. I George Crockett attended to business in Memphis and points ol Icrltlenden county, Ark., Hut week. I Miss Belle WhlUilt had as her guests Sunday her sUters, Mrs. Joe Trice, ol Jonesboro, and Miss Alice Whltsltl. o! Paragould. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. McGaughey guest. Mrs Nathan Ostrov and <,[ i, n kc City, vlslled relalivea here Sunday and today. Mrs. 0. B. Miller, ol Sleele, chopped here Saturday. Miss Margaret McDcarman, ol Luxora, wlio Is a, student at Union Mrs. J. Applebaum, Joe A]ipte- liaum .ncccuipsnled by their house- daughter, Miss Ester, of Ynzoo City Miss., and Mrs. E. M. Jaffcc, O&ceola Society—Personal meeting. The Sunday school teachers council cf the First Presbyterian church, will meet, with Mr. nnd tottny for Hot Spring! where they; U]liver6llji j^c^uon, Tenn., sptnt will spend a month. The. Re?. Marsh M. Callaway, accompanied by tho Rev. and Mrs. Marlon of Cafuthcrsvlllo, left today Mrs 1 . Roy Walton, - lor Chattanbogc, Tenn., where they The Maple GroVc cemetery asso- j will attend the. World Congress ol elation is meeting with Mrs. J. O, Missions ol the Presbyterian ! clvjrch which In" tolng held . i -...-aujh Thursday. They expect to Friday. They motored. of Eudbury. The Langc Parent-Teacher ^^P^urs^'u^i Mrs. Sarah McCutchen, B.' Crockett and.Mfs. Murgirct M.' Campbell, Mo., is tho Minor are entertaining, the Tues-1 of rer SDH, O. W. McCutchen, and 1 family. Ihlii week-end at home end In this city. E. M. Jalle, of O«c«ola, U visiting the city today. Joe Klcbitn wtU leave tonight for Umls where he will buy for TO Vcv Dlxls Store eo. Mls« Virginia PryOr, of Kenncll, opped hero Saturday. Mrs. J. 3. Edwards, teacher in o Marked Tree- school, spent the eck-cnd with Mr. Edwards, man- Plggly Wlggly day nook .club: Wednesday George Johns will leave Mrs. Randolph Smith Is having! week for Huston, Texas, where the 'new Wednesday Contract club. The Matinee Contract club will meet with Mrs. Stephen H. Brooks. The Dclphlnns will meet at the Hotel -Noble.. The Harwell D. Y. P. U. of the First Baptist church Is having a party at the home of Miss Minnie he is to reside. He plans to go Into the fruit business. Mrs. Johns nnd daughter, Christine, will go to N-?w Orleans for a visit with relatives before joining him. Mcsdames Lan William* and Leon Moore, of Osccola, were visitors in the city Saturday. Belle -Rllcy. Miss "-Margaret Mahan is having the Wednesday Bridge club. Thursday The'Tliursdaj Luncheon club Is! here, being enlerlalned by Mrs. Russell j v(w ; Phillips. Mrs. C. E. Atkinson Is hostess to the Young Afatrons Bridge club. Mrs. A.- Comvfiy is having the Mid-Week Bridge club. Mrs. J. O. Cobb, of Hopklnsvllle., Ky., Is tl:j guest Ol Mr - Bml Mrs A M. Butt and other friends for several days. Sho formerly lived Mrs. J. S. Gesell is having the Thursday Rook club at lv:r home on Chickasawbn avenue. Mrs. Max Meyers and Mrs. Joe Meyers arc entertaining the Jcw- isk Ladies Aid society at the home of the former "at 7:30 o'clock. Friday The American Legion Auxiliary will have a benefit bridge and rook party at the .Woman's club at 2:30 o'clock. The: World Day of Prayer is to- ing observed with special program al-the' First'-Methodist church. ir, Miss Oxford Miss- with relatives. Miss Ruth Butt returned yesler- day from Memphis whore she spent the weekend at St. Mary's school as the guest ot Miss Jane Woman's. Club Meets The ; New Liberty Woman's club met Saturday afternoon at tlx home of Mrs. R. L. Marshall. The feature of the program was a demonstration by Miss Cora Lee Coleman, county home demonstration agent, in ccoking meat In the steam pressure cocker and the making of hot rolls. Buck- and attended the opera "Mlgnon" Saturday night. Harold Sternborg, who attends Southwestern university at Mem phis, spent the, weekend with his mother, Mrs. S S. Sternberg. J. Nick Thomas jr., ot Memphis spent the Weekend with his na cnts. Mrs. Fannie Rny, who has been ill several days, Is no better. Randolph Putton, of Newpor visited relatives here over th weekend. Mrs- L. L McDcarman, ol Lux ora, was the guest 'of Ur. and Mr 1 R. Johnson Sunday. Mrs. W. H. Minyartl who ha gev ol the locul ore. Mls-i Sadie Ue Mitchell, of Itty, shopped here Saturday. Mrs. O. M. Morgan U visiting in aytl, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Miss Willie Lawson of Biylheville wax compllmenled when Mrs. W. W. Prcwltt entertained for her Informally at bridge Friday evening, tho guests including Misses Blanche Clecre, Martha Weltnan, and dia McCorvey and Mesdamcs W. Hunt, H. L. Driver, C. L. Moore and Stanley Carpenter. A delicious salad Amrse was served following tho game and htjh score prize, awarded Mrs. Carpenter. Miss Clecre cut consolation. John Edward LHllcrap, Jr., email son of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. Llliicrap, celebrated his third birthday Saturday afternoon when his mother was hostess to 23 small friends who showered him with gifts and joined In a delightful afternoon of plays and. games, many of yvhtoh were; qulto appropriately Valentine games, since John Edward Jr;, celebrates • his birthday on the same calendar date accorded St. Valen- B. Rlloy Jones tine'. A prize offered for bubble blow- Ing was won by N. G. Cartwright, ar.d delicious refreshments of ice cream and individual heart-shapixl cakes were served on tables.set (or four, each gaily decorated with valentine covers. The receiving rooms were decorated In hearts and.cu- plds and each guest was presented valentine favor. Out of town guests included Carl Roberts of Biythcvllle, Sue Clay Hughey ol Delicious served. refreshments were Delphians to Meet Mrs. U. S. Branson will be leader of the Delphian program ot the Hotel'Noble tomorrow morning. Auxiliary To Have Benefit Card J'arty The American Legion 'auxiliary been 111 several days, Is now able bo up. Miss Mat:! Hosan, who frcm Inflmnnloij' rheumatism, is slightly Improved. W J Peck, J. L. Van Ausdale, N. W. Helm and J. H. Van Ausdale. of Carnlhersrtlle, were In the city Sunday. Miss Grace Moultrll, of Mcna- sha, was the guest of Miss Anne Fisher Sunday. Richard Jlcdcl Wt Sunday for sited relatives ol Mrs. Jones In Wilson Sunday. Jon Hdafla, of Memphis, visited Is parent* here for the week-end. Clifton H. Sootl, of Little Rock, rrived today for a two days busl- css visit. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Greene •ere visitors In Osceola. Sunday. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner spent ho ft'Cek-cnd in Newbeffi, Tcnr, •1th relatives. Mr. awl Mrs. Ir» Gray and tarns' and Miss Rosa M. Hardy si>ent est«rday in Gates, Tonn., where hey attended * l»mlly rcnulon ot he Hardy family when 40 relatives ;ath«red for the celebration ot the '6th blrthd»y of the mother of HIM Hardy *nd lira. Gray. Miss Cora Le« Colemsn was tre iiuest of Mr. and 'Mrs. J. Y Jones In Osceola for the weekend. W. P, Paym of Marked Tree, of th« Chspman-rHw-ey Land co., Is attending to business here today. Misses Montii Hughes, Mary Emma and Le-Vergne Hood and Lula Scott attended the opera "Mitfuon" in Memphis Saturday night. Mr. and Mra. Rives Allen and Miss Leone Callicott were In Memphis for the weekend wliere Ihey heard th operas "Cavallcrla Hustl- cana" and "I Pagliacci." Edison's 84th Birthday 51CO.OOO. Tulsn, Okla., best man in where he Is to be „„ UK wedding of Miss Pearl Sherman, ol Tulsn. nnd Mr. William Barowsky ot Manila, on WHIie Lambert left Saturday will have its annual George Wash- night for Los Angeles, Cal., ington parly Friday afternoon at; he is to sp?nd two nwmms ni *~~ 1J ' ,ister. Cal., where •Uli his the Woman's club. Bo:h bridge and rook . will I* piaytd a', tii;- bensiit affair with prizes l->r each table. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Ernest Roc, 120. There will be a charge of 50 cents Mrs Edgar Bornm, chairman of unit actUities, is in charge of the arrangements, assisted by a special cimmlltc.?. Elect Officers. The Harwell B. Y. P. U. oi the First Baptist church elected these officers In a meeting last evening: Miss Helen Ridings, president; Miss Grace Fender, vice president; Tull Johnson, recording secretary; Miss Louise. Walden, treasurer; Miss Kitty Belle Newman, Bible leader _.._. . Miss Othus Bracken, chorister; | visit with his aunt, Mis. Miss Wjrginli Huffman. l p-' jnlsl : •• Baum. MUs Minnie Bells Riley, reportc-. j Mr. and Mrs. William Lang, Mi's Minnie Bel'.e R;lsy and AMI- M-:.es Sara and Mildred Lang, visited in Porlagevillc Sunday, a csun-- Miss Pauline Lang ar.d Joe Ap- : S Edna Jayce Loveless, who nas been unending school here vhile making her homo with her sHer. Mrs. Floyd Wilson, left today for Conway where she wil visit 1-ar father for a month. Miss Nellie Johns, who attend Union University at Jackson, Tenn. spent the weekend with her l»r cnls, Mr. nnd Mrs..N. Johns. Mrs. J. A. Waterman lelt Saturday lor New Orleans where she •is attending Mardl Gras. She expects to return Wednesday. Byron Mackay. of Carnthersville, was the guest of Miss Kathcrlne Lawlor Sunday. Ralph North .Farrar left Saturday afternoon for Memphis for a. ter Logan, group captains It was announced that Seniors lo Give Annual Follies Thursday Night The senior clnss of tho city high ichool will present Its annual Fol- ics Thursday and Friday nights it the city auditorium, Misses Luna. B. Wllhclm and Mary Ellen Stevens arc directors of the show with George Matthews as business manager. In the production will be a play, "My Dixie Rose," In which Misses Carolyn Hall and Marjorle Marlin, Rondel Stephens and Woourow Fisher wil the leading roles. Miss Eve Harwell will be accompanist (or the performance. Other characters will bo: Dub Colston, Norueet Matlock, Mis. Ruth Eleanor Tucker, I. O. West brook, with these chorus girls Misses Jessie Lee England, Su Bult, Ruth Butt, Kalhorync Den ton. Helen Laden, Othus Brackin Allene Field, Elizabeth Martin, Vlr yinla Marlin, Margaret Milne Jennie Wren Dlllahunty and Re uccco. Glllespic. In n rose garden scene there wi also bo 23 children dressed as vos buds. They arc: Cecile Wolfor Sally MathU, Betty Leo Ro?, Mar Babcock, Bobble A4in Purvis. Sar Lou McCutchen. Dorothy Jean Hig glnson, Woyno Dent. Maxlne Roe Jetllo Claire Huffman. Marjor Rimes, Betty Lou Kramer, Lynet Tucker, Gene Bourlnnd, Mary Jc; Adllck, Betty Jo Essnry, Betty Je. Memphls, Sue Coats of Parkin, Ark., und Gracille Bay of Jonesboro. Mrs. R..3. Wilson jr., and small daughter, Nancy Snow, of Wlnfielcl. La., arrived Friday night for n visit with Mrs. Wilson's parent$,\Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams. Miss Eva Montague, Mr. and iirs. Ciiarleti R. Colcman and R.!. A Cartwrlght attended the show 4 in Ulythevllle Sunday evening. : Mrs. Uraxton Bragg spent Thursday and Friday in Lltlte Rock, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams, returning to Osccola with Mrs. R. s. Wilson jr., who vlslled relatives In..Little Rock en "route from her home In Wlnfield, La., lo Osceola. Nathan Welnberg, Joe Clay Young d' Miss Rose White attended' the cture show In Biythcvllle ternoon.- - - „ .,„ .._. . ril meeting will be held Tuesday ; plcbaum motored to "Memphis Sun- evening at the church lor mem-1 day where they met Mrs. Nathan bers between the ages of 16 and 18 ; Ostrov and daughter. Miss Esther, years and for n party Wednesday evening at the home ol Miss Minnie oi Yazoo City. Miss., who came here for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Hill, Alice Ware, Isaacs, Constance Who's Who" Winners: at Half Moon Announced Old«t Stale Notary Celebrates •'••; NEW ORLEANS, (UP)--Loulsl^" ana's oldest notary public, "Judg'e'" : Frederick Delgel. celebrated his 82nd birthday here recently. Tlie' "judge" received his notarial com" mission In 1870 during the tumult- ous carpet bag days, «nd still goes • regularly to business. king ol diamonds Irom dummy, and then the'jack ol diamonds, trumping in his own hand with the nine of epadcs. The king of hearts will b« led and Ihe small club discarded from dummy. The valuable three of epadea Is now. led and won in the dummy with the six spot. Declarer's two losing hearts are discarded on dummy's two good diamonds. The. last club In dummy Is trumped by declarer's jack. If West does not cover with Ihe ten of spades when East returns the deuce, declarer's eight will hold r the trick. A diamond should txrlcd j nlly .the truth. The Chinwe have'. to dummy, a diamond'discarded "on | little'- faiHi'imVbajriks -^aiid- hoard the queen of clubs, another dia-1'their money. L No one?.knows how, mond returned and the third dia- j much gold and silver .Is thus hid-,, mond niiled with the jack of! deli .away. -.- : '—;,r.",,'>. ; .'•'.;,.. .•:. spades. Then the small spade led '[•''•''' : ' n~r-'-' - •/• to dummy's queen. 'I We trust that all of our readers ] were successful In solving this j problem before re»dlng the above I solution. I ; (Copyright, 1931, NBA Service, Inc) C'r.ina Is generally regarded as a' po"or country, but this Is not actu- The JMitor'si Letter Box Betty Brco Dcnton. Belly Phillips, Beverly Ann Thomas and Julia Kochlilzky. Belle Riiey. J. Applebaum. • • • ! carl Davis and Herman Turnage Mrs. Haaga Complimented. spent Ihe week-end in Memphis. Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise and Mrs. Paul i Tommic Wraight and Fraitk Wil- Grcenwell' were hostesses to 12 i ton motored to Gridcr last evening friends Saturday afternoon a', the | for a brie! visit. Wise home, especially compliment- j Misses Maye Layne am! Eunice ing Mrs. A. .7. Haaga who Is mov-• Jenkins spent the week-end in ing to Memphis. i Memphis. In the bridge games Mrs. E. D.; Mrs. Sam Thomas ar.d Mrs. Ber- Gillen won high score prize, hosiery, jnard Gooch returned Saturday al- and the. guest of honor was pre-! ternoon Iror.i Memphis where they Plans Series of Sermons on Christian Doctrines senled a similar gift. visited for several days. Mrs. Thom- The guests were s:rved ait ap-! as was with Mr. Thomas' mother. petizing salad plate. Smith-Ryan. and Mrs. Gooch was the guest ot Miss Margaret Webb who formerly ! lived here. Miss Edle Mae Ryan and Mr. Mesdames Harry Kirby. J. A. James Smith, both of Dell, wore Leech, B. A. Lynch and daughter, married here yesterday by Justice I Martha Ann. and Miss Sclma Lcnti jwcrc in Memphis Saturday for the i operas ''Der Rosenkavallcr" ant I "Mlgnon." The marriage of Miss Ola Bacon Miss Carolyn Hall attended the C. C. Marrs. Griffin-Bacon. and Mr. Walter Griffin, both Manila, took place there ol i dance . in '/j night. C.irulhcrsville Frida> with the Rev. W. H. Horn perfotm-; Miss Inez Emerson has returned ' Ing the ceremony. I to her home in Hcrnttudo. Miss • • • I after a visit with her sister, Mrs Fathers Urucd to Ij. T. Hall, and family. Allcnd P. T. A. Mc«t. Mrs. Snow Wilson, ol Slirevepor Fathars of students in the Cen- La., accompanied by Mrs. Hal tral Ward Grammar school are-Jackson, of Osccoia. visile;! her urged .to attend the special pro-! yesterday. gram tonight, 7:30 o'clock, given . Miss Nellie Lee Dorroh, of Ca In the scries of .sermons to be delivered by the Rev. Alfred S. Harwell, pastor ol the First Baptist church, for the next eight Sunday mornings, he will preach on "Chrisan Doctrines." The subjects are as follows he- inning February 22: "The Work of Christ In Estflb- shlng ths Gospel"; "God. (lie Father and the Holy Spirit, the ourcc and Power of the Gospel'": Jesus Clirlst. the Aulhor and Finisher of Our Faith": "Man, the Sole Subject of Gospel Address"; The Experience of Salvation Thru he Gosncl"; "Christian Character, he Fruit ol^lhc Gospel"; "The Resurrection 'of Christ, the Evidence of the Gospel"; 'The Organization and Progress of the Church a Witness to the Gospel"; "The Return of Our Lord—the Triumph of the Gospel." Following have been announced s winners in "Who's Who" con- •sls conducted at the Half Moon chool: Advanced Room Girls: .prettiest, Juanlta Gaines; lost studious. Mildred Vlnstbn; irctliest hair, Jaunila Gaiijes irctties teeth, 'Franclla FaugM trctiiest eyes, Juanila Galops icst athlete, Earline Kichardson iiost friendly, Ora Lee Hawkins best mannered, Juanita Gaines icalest. Marlha Polk; most ambi ions, Ester Hasklns; pretties lands, Ora Lee Hawkins; most (al cntcd. Juanlta Gaines; witllcsl Ora Lee Hawkins. Boys: most handsome. Ira Gaines most studious, Joseph Porllock best kept hair. Oliver Gray; pret ticst teeth, Joseph Portlock; pre't licit eyes, Ira Gaines; most friend ly, Joseph Portlock; neatest, Olive Gray; best all around. Jlmm Buck; wittiest, Jimmy Buck; be athlete. Ira Galncs; most ambitiou Joseph Porllock; most lalenle Joseph Portlock. ' Primary Room Girls: prettiest. Louise Alexander; most studious, Mary Gaines; prettiest hair, Mary Elizabeth Hawkins; prettiest teeth. Eula Jones; prettiest eyes, Maxine Has- klns; most friendly. Emma Has- klns; best mannered, Louise Alexander; neatest, Neldean Davis; best- all around, Levfldn Hasklns: wittiest, Emma Hnskins; most ambitious. Virginia Payne; most talented. Louise Alexander. Boys: most handsome. Lfalous i Jones; most studious. J. L. Holland; | best kept hair, Elmo Jones; prettiest teeth, Virgil Shancyfrlt; prettiest eyes. Buiford Powers; bcs'* athlete. Virgil Shancyfelt: most friendly. Billy Hodge; neatest, R. V. Gaines; best ali around, Virgil New Liberty Club Meets The New Liberty 4-H club had a meeting Friday afternoon attended by 19 members. Paul Aycock, president, was in charge of the business session. J. E. Critz, county agricultural agent, stressed the need of keeping record books In a talk and the song "Old Black Joe" was sung. •ort-Myers, Fla., paid high-tribute to Its "Qrst citizen" on-Thomas A. Edison's 84lh birthday anniversary the other day. The -aged in- entor Is strikingly pictured here, with Mrs. Edison, as they '.attended eremonies dedicating in his honor a new $500,000 bridge across the Caloosahatchee river. The Florida city • has home- for 48 years. . been Edison's winter CO-EDS GET CHARM; COURSE WAUKESHA, Wis. (UP)—Co-eds at Carroll College have enrolled in a "charm" course where they are given instruction in subjects ranging from proper table manners to developing personalily. Subjects studied include proper conduce, at a dance, appropriate dress for alt erosions, cultivating agreeable lanners through conversation, bud- etlng, and keeping a home com beaulitu! and artistic. BY.WM. E. McKENNEY Secretary American. Bridge league The following interesting hand was given to the writer by Cyril E. Hepburn of Philadelphia, n well recognized tournament player. NORTH S-rK'd-S WTC.T jH—10 " "fit*. "til •_ . ^ , A A EAS> S-tO-5- O-*-*-'- 9 " 5 4 ' 6-4-2 D—108 C—K-8-2 Cr-10-6(4-3 Jn their honor, ruthersville, shopped here Salurda SOUTH— ntALER. S_ 1.9.3.7.3 H— VK-9-3 ' If you would like to while away 9n evening, lay the cards out and endeavor to play the hand double dummy for six spades In the South position with the four of hearts opening by West. One thing, however, that you must not do Is to If declarer leads a small club rom dummy and trumps in his inn hand and then leads another rump. East will win with the oee and lead a club. This play wil also stop declarer. The proper-play for declarer is to lead the king of spades from dummy, East will win with th ace and the declarer should play ,he seven spot, not tho three, Wes following with tho four. EAS cannot lead a heart or the dc clarer will finesse. If he leads diamond all of the diamonds wi bo set up. If he leads a club, th declarer will win both club tricks discarding two diamonds from his own hand. He will then lead the ace of diamonds ond a small diamond, trumping In his hand. The king of hearta will then bo. led •nd the remaining club in dummy discarded. The declarer will then Mconey and Justice .; (To the editor:) Your editor-.', ials "are always good and able. L; was particularly glad to ces - a. ; brief note upon "The Churchmen: and Mooney" (even if Ihe printer., did moke it "Money"). :n It certainly docs seem as il. great injustice had been given to: Tom Mconey of California—spite- : . ful persecution in place of honest Investigation. Many hop; that i churchmen may succeed in r'-l'f', Ing the wrong ol long years Mooney be a free'man before his: dealh. •-' ' ; ••.-.-'T : - •..,/ A- Subscriber. 1 .. : ; A Quicker and '•[ Safer way to End Headaches "THOUSANDS of people hive found" J- quick relief from headaches that 1J formerly meant hours and hours of „„«„_ misery: Capudine, a safe and harm-' BOROTRA MAS BIG INCOME lejs medicine soothes the nerves and . PARIS, (UP)—Jean Uorotra, one ends suffering from headaches, peri-: of the best, known of all tennis odic and neuralgia pains; .... players, became tho world's best Being liquid, Capudine acts immedi-: salaried tennis player when he was acely, often in onC'third the time re-.. elected to the board of Lower quired by other forms: Containing: i Rheinlsh Iron Foundries and Ma- no narcotics, it does not disturb the chinery. Company of Dulqcn An: digestion and is approved by doctors engineer, now 31, he is also so!? i and druggists: Sold at drus; siores, firm manufacturing: 10c,3Oc,and60cbottiasandbydose owner cf mechanical parts of gasoline pumps, and from his combined jobs Stomeu?,h Troubles Headache and Dizziness K your atomacb. is sick, you ara sick ail over. U you can't digest your food, you lose strength, gel r.ervous and feel as tired when you get up as when you went to bed. For 10 years T.inlac has restored to health and activity many thou' ho suffered just as you A sands Mr. Stiles St., s •who su . '. Daniel Vincigucrra, of G201J p a Bays . di , ; or pick up West's two spades, win- i ..j havc ^' ot nlng the last spade in dummy ncadach( , s incc"takinrj"T<'.nVac". "Jly with the queen.'and'all of the dia-' b West's ten spot. It -might make the problem a little | East's test defense 1i easy to solve, but this would d ^ c ,"' *?*** *' 0 , dc f *™, r p^." more not b- The writer will even give you this start—South wins the first heart trick with the ace and then leads tne jack of cl'As which West covers, dummy winning with the ace. Now proceed from ihere and remember that by applying real clev- Hol- cr bridge, six spades can be made. Following is the solution of the above hand: West- opens the iour of hearts, East covers dummy's ten with Ihe jack, South. Ihe declarer, winning with the ace. South leads the Boys and Giris 4-H clubs | Jack of clubs. West's best play Is to cover with the king, dummy winning with the ace. If dummy were to return tho queen ol clubs and discard a diamond, and then today try lo lead Ihe ace and king p! diamonds, he would have to rull Shaneyfelt; wittiest, G. land; most ambitious, Klmo Jones; most talented, Lealous Jones. 4-H Club Meetings Are Scheduled This Week ioys and Giris 4-H clubs tlnoughoiit Mississippi county will hold meetiiijts this week with the county agents conducting special programs. Th? Manila group with Miss Cora Lee Cowman and J. E. Crilz In charge. Tuesday Mi;s Coloman anrt S. U. Carpenter Ko to Red Line nnd KCIMT lor similar n::c!ings held at Yarbro and BUckwalor Wednesday. J. E. Critz will accompany Miss cole- m«:i lo Hishtowcr Thursday Jor the 4-H grnnp meeting and on the same day the Uurdclt? -l-H club and Ihe Woman's club mceu'wlth, Mr. Carpcnl^r and Mis). Coieman in charge. Tloynton and Pauheen visited Friday for ^-H meet- thc third diamond with the jack of trump to shut out the ten spot from West. Tr.cn when Enst gol in with the aeo of spades, he would lead another club and West's ten wou'.d be sure to make. as increased, my nerves cr shape a to lead the a good night's slcep. ! ix?t Tanlac do for yon what 1 'did for this sufferer. It corr-cts th the three. West's proper dense 1s to cover with-thc ten spot, orcing declarer to win In the dum- uy with the queen. Declarer will hen lead the queen of clubs from dummy, discarding a diamond from his own hand, lead most obstinate digestive troubles- relieves gas, pains in tho ston:ac and bowels. It restores appetite vigor and sound sleep. Tanlac is made of roots, bark and herbs. The cost is Vs; tlia 3 cents a dose. Get a botlic iron your druggist today, -'our mono Beck if ii Aiesn't help yo,-,. soda foumaioi. BAKING 'POWDER! It's double acting..:.-': Use K C for fine lexlure ';' and large volume in your ,.: bakings, ' MIULIONSOF POUNDS USED • BvroUACOVER'NMEHT PINE .NUT CHOKKS CIIH.I) SONORA. Cal.. 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