I PAGE TWO BLYTHEVfLLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17. Society Calendar . WdJnescay. Mrs!- Randolph Smith is having the "new Wednesday Contract ciub. The Matinee Contract club will mwt with Mrs. Stephen H. Brooks. The Dclplitans will meet at Ihc Hotel Noble. The Harwell B, Y. P, U. of the First Baptist church is having a party at the home of Mis? Minnie Belle HI Icy. Miss Margaret Malian Is having the Wednesday Bridge club. Thursday The Pilgrim Lutheran church Guild:.will meet at the home of Mrs. L. Atchlson, 1306 West Ash street. The Armorel P. T. A. Is meeting it 2 o'clock. The "Thursday Luncheon cHib is | being : entertained by'Mrs. Russell i Phillips. Mrs. C. E. Atkinson Is hostess to (he Young Matrons Bridge club. 'Mrs. A. Conway is having Hie Mid-Week Bridge club. Mrs. J. S. Oeseil Is having the Thursday Rook club at hsr home on Chickasawba avenue. Mrs. Max Meyers and Mrs, Joe Meyers are entertaining Ihc Jewish Ladles Aid society at, the home of the lormer st 7:30 o'clock. Friday The American Legion Auxiliary •will have a benefit bridge und rook party at, the Woman's club nl 2:30 o'clock. The World Day of Prayer is bo- Ing observed with siieclal program at the First Methodist church. and Mrs. Chris Overtoil Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Necdham were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, K'rby Hodge Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Jamil were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Robertson Sunday. Mr. and Mis. Erby Hodge entertained- a Tew a; their friends with music and cards Saturday night. Bits of News Mostly Personal v I? A PRACTICAL . OUTFIT FOR SPRING- BOTH THE GOAT AMD tut DRESS ,<L CAN BE- WORM SEPM?AI£LY. K^H TUr- LEFT 19 A IOWG ?Uf.VED UAW 9tlK GOAT V/iTM A GAPE- COLLAR WOW OVEQ -A PRWTEO FfJOCK /i>i WITH WHITE POINTED GILET. (ME- COSTUME- Ik) THE- GETTER. GOMfflSTS 1 OF-A BOLERO AWD SKIRT OF SlAOK FAILLE WORM OVEB A PRIMT FROCK WITH A FROWT PIEATED StGTIOU. £§\J THC-CIGHT A BLACK WOOL CREPE COAT WITH A WHITE- LEATUEfi. 6tLT WORM OVER A OCESS'lk! PASTEL PRINT WITH A COW IUSERT Or 'JMITE; AT TUE- UEGK. Lutheran Church Plans Special Lenten Services Beginning tomorrow evening at 8 i o'clock, Ash Wednesday, and contin- I uing throughout Lent, the Pilgrim . Lutheran church will have special Tciin., was the guest of his cousin, | L cnie>n services at which the pastor , , Lonnle Ulackwell, of Helming Mrs. A. M. Butt, and lamily, during the weekend. Miss Ruth Dlylhc spent the week Mack-tang. Announcement 1ms been made of tho marriage of Miss Dorothy Long, of Paragould, to Mr. ; Donald Mack, of the same city, tho wedding having been solemnized at Jonesboro Saturday afternoon.' The bride, wlio frequently visits here as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Wolfort, Is a graduate of Hardln college, Mexico, Mo., and later was piano instructor at Jonos- boro college, Jonesboro, and in the Paragould high school. She received special musical training at the Cincinnati conservatory. Mr. Stock has attended Hendrlx college at Conway, the University of Arkansas at Fayctteville and Ihc University of Alabama at Tusca loosa. He is also well known in Blytheville. . • Mr. and Mrs. Mack will temporarily . make ; their home In Pnra- gouidf - •'•••' '•' end In Maiden, Mo., as the guc.-'t of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Morris A. M. Hull, who hns been miile 111, Is now better. Charles Pnrllow and W. W. Shaver motored to Little Rock today for a brief business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Joe TrlcccSnnnu, will deliver a series of sermons on "Redeeming Love." His topics for these services are as follows:: Feb. 18th, '.'Jesus Manifests His Redeeming Love to the Fo!d." Feb. 25th, "Jesus Manifests HI; Redeeming I/>ve to His Enemies." Mar. 4111, "Jesus Manifests HI Redeeming 1 Love to a Fallen Disci pie." Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe spent _" nr ' , ml \ " JC5US Mn nlf"ts HI Saturday in Memphis. i £ ."'"'"L^™ '° D"^ 1 "" Mr. and Mrs. Rodney L, " """" ""' nlslcr spent Sunday in West Hel Mar. 25th. "Jesus Manifests Hi em 1 , with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith and family who formerly lived here. Ml. and Mrs, L. D. Chamblln and sons, Jack anl Don, were visitors In Memphis during the week-end. Ross Nlciiolson' Is attending to business in Oklahoma City this week. Mrs. J. C. Alexander Is critically BRIDGE BY WM. E. McKENNEY Science Editor, NEA Service When tha opening lead can be on by declarer In cither the dum- ly or his own hand, he should tcp and carefully study the hand x?fore playing'to that first trick, as the success of most bridge lands depends upon what is done on the flrsl and second tricks. The 'ollowing interesting hand which was played In a duplicate auction :ontest, gives an example of this point, WEST S-10* 3 H-K-I- 10-98 D—9-5-4 C-ft-6 NORTH (—0-8-6 K-7-S-5-3 D-6 C-B-J-8-5-3 Redeeming Love t otho Dying Male, factor." A[)iil 3rd, (Good Friday), "Jesus Crucified By All Mankind." SOUTH—DEALER S-A-K-l-7 . H-A-u ' D-A-u-MO-7 C—K-* The Bidding EAST S—5-4-2 H—<-2 P—K-8. 3-2 G^-10-97-2 rest of d::!arer's tricks ore G-^- st ot C-.jaiers tricxs ore g~tL' / By being careful where k<T*o::t .M first .trick, and then estabhii/ ing a card for a discard In dum- my.llic declarer has mad,? five titld at diamonds tlv Hospital Notes If the I'/iarts are led through him, a heart. The success of Hie hand depends! upon creating o re-entry in dummy I Mrs. li. M. Paw-Ikes, C,irutl:ors- In order to discard the losing; vllle, was admitted t ott'.e Bly-thci heart The proper play is to allow i villel was admitted to the BlytmV- the ten spot to ride to the de-1 caruthersville. and Waller Higgin- clarer's hand, declarer winning I bottom, Dell, were dismissed. with the ace. 1 ' Before leading trump, the de-; p a(! t n .. pl a n« 1 clarer should next lead llic k!ngj r<mor '' dll!> • of clubs. Whether West wins thei Bu.Her.iil3 at SsfVICCS first or the second club is immaterial. In most cases West won the first club trick with the ace and returned the club right back, hop-1 Latest news bulletins will IK mur- ing to kill the club discard In dum- '.polated in the Sunday evenmj sor- ,,„.„ KEW /-.„„,, Co1 ' Cardwell Senior Class Gives Lincoln Program .. _. - . , CAHDWELL, Mo.- The Senior 111' at the home of her son, Dr. CIIIES of Cardivcll high school gave D. C. McLean at Yarbro.- Mrs. R. C. Dent, Jr., was.a vis- tor In Memphis Saturday.-- : Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Browne and family spent Sunday In Memphis. Dr. A. M. Washbuvn is attend- Ing to business in Little Rock for several days. Mrs. Louis Forbls, who has been very ill at her home In the Dar- ron-Lllly addition, is no better today. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Blayiock vlsiled relatives in Clarkton, Mo., Sunday. Miss Sallle M. Crowe had ns hei guest for the week-end Miss Margaret Turner, of St. Louis. I Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Atkinson are | moving from the Shane apart- • ments on West Main streel to tlicj reside a program in assembly Thursday mc.-ning, February 12, thru was much enjoyed by all. The program, ?•! a historical nature, was in honor of the birth-day of Abraham Lincoln. The program follows: Song—"Columbia, the Gem ol thn Ocean" by nil. Reading—"Abraham Lincoln" by Joraph Rutherford. February Calendar, Ogle North Poem—"O Captain, My Captain' Inez McCoy. 1 Double Quartette—"America, the Beautiful," Edith Ladd, Anna Maitin, Marie Arnold, Rutherford, .Rufus Mat- Branmlm & Mr _ Joseph thews, Warlic Summit, Supt. Reading—"A farmer Remembers Lincoln" Roy Lasley. Oration—"Lincoln, Man of the Mldonco fcnnerly occupied by Mrs. pc , „ wnrlick. Brannum. E. M. Bryan on Walnut street. plimo Soto _. MIss wilsoll . Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Tipton arc Rca( ,| ng ._ Eduh Ladd . In Memphis for the trl-state ir.cd- RC adlng-BcrnlcB Lambert, ical association meeting. . li =ading —"The Gettysburg Mrs. A. J. Himga and chlMivn I dl . css ,, Amw Mar , in To,Have, _^- . T ^r= The "Ar'mor'M Parent-Teacher association will have a special program Thursday afternoon, 2 o'clock. at the school auditorium when "The Adolescent Child," will be the theme. A social hour will also feature "the meeting to which -all mothers arc -cordially invited. * » » Many Attend Men's Banquet Here Monday. The Rev. C. R. Wade,.pastor of thu First Methodist church at Ca- nithersville, was Ihc principal speaker at the men's banquet of the First Methodist chutch list evening attended by 111 men. Other .speakers were: Ihc Rev. P. Q. Rorie, B. A. Lynch, Crawford Greene and Max B. Reid. The theme "Fellowship" was the keynote for all talks in which a touch of humor was combined with talk of spiritual needs. Other numbers on Ihe interesting program Included selections by Guard's orcheslia. made up of J. I.. Guard, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brewer, Mrs. R. N. Prhst and Jack Bishop and vocal selections by a trio composed of Ernest Jones, C. R. Kramer and C. G. Redman \vlth 'for entertainments and Inter snnd- Vi idles and cold drinks were served. The Ha»ga toys have been slu- rlonls of the city schools for- a number ot years. Council Has Sewinft Varly. Members of the Woman's Council of the First Christian church had another sewing party Monday afternoon at Iho home of Mrs. J. C. Mcllaney, Jr. When the quilt, on which they arc sewing. Is completed it will be sold. Included in the ten present wns one visitor. Mrs. J. W Lafflty. Last week another sewing party wns uiven by this group at toe home ol Mrs. J. C. Ellis who was celebrating her members spent homo, and ni delicious 1 served at noon. birthday, the Twelve "Measuring Ihe Function," Mrs John Buchanan; "Measuring in the Field," Mrs. H. L. Rccdcr; "The Story o[ the Forces," Mrs. J. W. Bishop; "The Funds of the Home Missions," Mrs. W. E. Buchanan; '•Measuring the Future." Mrs. R. O Cash. Mrs. n. L. Rcder, vice president presided In the business session. Circles Mret. Circles '2 of the Woman's Mission ary society of the First Methodis church met with Mrs. B. F. Biog don Monday when Mrs. Snllle HUD- Icr'was also hostess to the 13 present. For the devotional Mrs. Emma S. Burney was In charge. Mes- damcs E. D. Ferguson, A. C. Haley, F. C- Douglas and J. O. Sud' ' ' a committee entertainment will go to Memphis tomorrow where , they arc to.reside. Miss Pauline Lang is in St. Louis buying sleek for Ihe Fashion shop. Judge G. E. Keck is altendins to business In Little Rock for two days. ' r '\ Ralidolph . Bnjllh is a business Visitor in Little-Rick; Horace T. Gulp transacted business in Jonesboro and Loachvillo Monday. E. B. Esles of St. Louis, assistant Industrial commissioner of Ihe Cotton Belt railroad, is attending to business here today. Mrs. W .B. Cliatnbliu jr., :s visll- iiiB in Memphis for several days. Mrs. J. K. Cainer returned to her home in Marvell Sunday after a week's visit w.th her fallii'r, A. G Little, having been called here because of the death ol Iv* mother who passed away last Sunday night. • , Miss Hallic Wilcoxsc'.i returned tiday from several days viVIt in Paragould. '. • Address—Mr. L P. Wlgger. The Bidding at most tables was South one.diamond, West one heart. North pass, East pass. South, seeing the possibility of going game at no trump, which he might not be able to do with diamonds as trump, bid one no trump, West passed. North, fearing the no trump, bid two clubs, South then went to two diamonds as he can see that with any sign of a trick In the North hand, he can go game In diamonds and count his 80 honors. The War West lias the opening lead, and while his heart suit is the strongest, South has bid a no trump right over him, which makes it look as if South held the ace and queen, therefore West prefers to select another suit and leads spades, tho only suit which has not teen bid The ten spot is led. The declarei , „.„.„ ».u. ca n win that trick in the dummy Olc North with the queen and immediately finesse the diamond, but it the diamond finesse fails, or even il East hols the king protected, declarer is sure to lose a diamond, a club, and INFLUENZA SPREADING Check Colds at once with 6GC Take it as a preventive. Use G66 Salve for Babies. my won with the queen -and led the six of diamonds, taikng the ten spot finesse. Declarer follows with the ace of diamonds and then the queen. WIKII the nine spot falls from the West hand, declarer knows that West Is out of diamonds. East wins with the king of llamonds. Now that he Is in the lead, his natural return would be a heart, leading to tl-e suit which was bid by his partner, but East realizes that declarer has set up the jack of clubs for a discard, and should endeavor to at least make II difficult for him, and should return the ten of clubs. Declarer, of course, must depend upon West being out of diamonds nil discards the queen of hearts, Inning in the dummy with the ack of clubs, The heart is returu- d from dummy, which the declar- r wins with the ace, picks up last's remaining diamond and the vices m the Second Adve:it ' according to annouiuviiun'. by llu Rev. Clarence Baker, n?iv insur. The reading will net m?jr. tli; introduction of foreign nutter b the religious service, l).it r.u'.ic? shculd serve to strong.:ien the bond between religion aii.1 Hie, Ul6 pastor explained, thromji: the possible bearing out of scriptural statements. Ad- MONEY Mote than 800,000 mm and women are tiling the Inveslon Syndicate Plan to aeate fur.di ol ficm 11,000 fo 5100,000 by lurpriiingly msde:* paymenh. Fully tuptnuloiy booklet on request. ASSETS OVER $39,000,000 INVESTORS SYNDICATE day at her bury were appointed luncheon was make plans for an r the circle. Mrs. M. G. Goodwin entertained I'arly Given. There were 25 boys and girls at the party last evening, arranged by Miss Mildred Moore nud Charles Hall for Hubert and Paul Haagn who arc moving to Memphis Wcd- nesday. the and The affair wns given at Moore home where dancing gimus were enjoyed. Dainty refreshments were served by Ilio girls of the parly. Fathers Attend P. T. A. Fathers of students in the Cen- Bernard Cooch at the piano. Included in those present was also Ihc Rev. P. L. Pritchaird. pastar ol the Cooler, Mo., Methodist church, and all men members who reside at Armorel. Mrs. O. C. Ganske's circle served a delicious chicken menu at table decorated in - yellow and pink i tral Ward grnmmcr school were with'quantities of Jonquils and pink ' special guests at a Parent-Teacher tapers making an ctlecttve motif, i meeting lost evening. • • • i Miss Willie A. l.awson, counts W. ^I.-S. Meets."" \ superintendent, spoke on "Com The Woman's Missionary society! merclal Recreation" alter Znl B of the Lake Street Methodls'tj Harrison had rc.vwucir-rt lo the ad church met at'the home ot Mrs. H. | dress of welcome given by Mrs E. LaShot Monday afternoon with I H. A. Smith. 23 members present, including i In the social hour delicious re three new members. I frcshments were served. The mission study was followed j ... wit ha business session. j KnlcrUin AVHli A Heart 1'arty. Have Social Met!ing. Miss Clnra Ruble and Mrs. Clar Mrs. Leslie Moore was hostess to I dice Holder were hostesses to mem 16 members and six visitors of the I bers 'of the Business and 1'rofc; Woman's Missionary union of the sional Second Baptist church Monday al- tenioon. Four enrolled. new members were Wonicn's club last evenii for a "heart" party nt Hie Go Hotel. In the game Miss Ella Morr ic third circle when 11 members ttcndcd. Mrs. J. D. Barksdalc used le 121 and 139 Psalms for her criptuial rending in the clcvolion- and Mrs. Elma Armstrong of- cred prayer. Announcement was lade of the World Day of Prayei be observed Friday with a spe- ial program nt Ihc First Mclhod- .st church and of Hie council mect- ng nt the First Methodist chin-el) .lemphis. March 11-10. Instead o crvlng refreshments the hostess contributed a dollar to tiic treasury. There were 35 at Uie luncheon necting of circle 4 at the church. The 112 Psalm was read by Mrs. J. E. Critz for the devotional. The al program meeting Friday was discussed and two new nicm- gcrs, Mrs. B. Rllcy Jones, and Mrs. C. E. Weldon, enrolled. Officers Klcclci3 Mrs. J. E. Bell was elected vice president of the Woman's auxiliary Lone Oak Hems Mrs. Lylc Hawkins called on'Mrs. Erby Hodge Thursday nltcrnoon. Mrs. Tom Brittain ami Mr*. Walter Price shopped In Blytheville Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Erby Hodge visited Mr. and Mrs. diaries Ncwllum of Gosncll Friday. Mrs. Ditsel Tomlinson visited hei father, Needham Jones of Hal Moon Thursday. Miss Jewell Maxwell tpciit Salur- day night with Mjsses Eunice am' Bernlcc Javrett. Miss Alma Necdham spent Snt nrday night with Miss Mavorlcn Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Belle Wakcfiel< spent Sunday allerncon with Mr and Mrs. Jce Wallers. Misses Alberta mid !!a/el Walk ev and Eunice Brooks iUtendc church services at Driver Gro\ '• Saturday night. Misses Alma Nccdh-.nii. Ilaz Walker. Thchna Richardson. Ma> orJenc Davis and Dutord J.iriv were dinner Riic.sts ol Mr. and Mr Kinnard Walters Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Emery vi Hot Water Worries Are Over! Vliat would you give to have the hot water worries of our home and family definitely, permanently, settled? \Vhal would you give for all the hot water your house- lold needs could possibly consume? For all the hot valor required for family baths? For all the hot water leuiandcd by long, hard washdays? For all the hot water \ssciUial for the family's morning showers and shaves, :md after-breakfast dishwashing, mid-day scnibhings and • Mrs. Nellie Marsh conducted the won the high score prize nr.d the otl ' cr J ' of the Fir.st Presbyterian church in a meeting Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs Carrol Blake more. Mrs. D. C. McLean was re-i olccled sccreiavy and Mi.s. James [ B. Clark was icc'.cctcd historian. I These Ihrcc officers arc clccl.?d for I two years alternating with Hie other officers who carry ov?r for au- iled Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Hue Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Collier a< Mis. John Collier called on devotlonal, taken from the 100th Psalm and Mrs. L. T., Asher cf- lered prayer. • In the social hour Mrs. Ruby Holt was in charge of the games carried out in the Valentine spirit, also seen in the serving of refreshments served by Mcsdames E. Z. Newsom, Clyde Ellis. W. M. Mc- Farl&nd and Leslie Moore. A prayer by the Rev. E. Z. J\'cw- som dismissed the mceilng. Compllmcnlcfl AViih Party. Hubert and Paul Haaga, who art moving to Memphis Wednesday, were guests of honor at a parly given Salurday evening a: tho home of Mrs. George W. Dilla- low score went to Mrs. E. F. Belt. The 20 present were served delicious refreshments. • * • Have Mission Program. The Woman's Missionary union ol tile Firsl Baptist church, which met at the church Monday after- neon, was led by Mrs. R. G. Cash with theme, "Measuring the Home Mission Task." Appropriate songs were sung and Miss Delia Purtlc conducted Hie devotional with a scripture reference from the Fcvcntli chapter of Matthew. She also told the story of the Golden Rule. Mesdames R. A Marian, R. G. Cash, Herman Wal- For the devotional Mis. Ray Worthlngton was leader of the theme "Paul As The Foreign Missionary." Mrs Tom Secoy was leader of trc program on "Our Church As A Mission Church" In which she was assisted by Mrs. George R. Crcckett. Other business taken up was the election of delegates to Prrsbylrrial which meets in Jor.csbcro in April. Mesdamcs Ross Slovens. Marsh M. Callaway and Roy Walton were named as delegates and Mis. James B. Clark and Mrs. George W. DIHahunty as alternates The hostesses, Mesdamcs C. R. Babcock. Fred Sanilefuv. Dixie Crawford. O. P. Moss. W. B. Tinner hunty by students of Miss, Nellie Kerr's room of the city high school There was dancing and gamcsltrin pole, Theodore Logan and Tom W. | and Carrol BlakenK.ro rrrvcrt olnln- offered prayers si- talks were given: "Mras- Love," Mrs. R. G. C.ish; tv refreshments. Road Courier Ne»s vani scouriiiirs, after-dinner dishes and bed-time baths? O ' llnilmnrk Healed Wnlcr— electrically, aulomnt- icnlly In-aicil; piping hot, yel never scalding, never IrniliiiK off lo cool—is hot wutcrluxury. Water thtil's hoi at the turn of the tap, thill stays hot as long :is it's used. * Your home—every home—may have il. At the JNcw Low Cosl Water Healing Rale which makes it an economy as well as a luxury. I'lmiiu or \vrid- for our represenlnllvo to rail- lie will Kiv« full ]»nrlirnlarft about 'Tho Wi>y."au«l licntlug lUM- Mi thorough survey of yonr water ><> obligation, of course. tier, the Hallmark iffTijo/ixfrttf (.'if tit rinr Good Housekeeping; •Institute Arkansas-Missouri Power Co. 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