The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 4, 1931 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 4, 1931
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PAGE TWO BLYTIIEVILLE. (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH^4, 1931 News of the Blytlieville Schools Society Calendar Thursday The Young Matrons club is meeting with Mrs. W. P. Vcazsy jr. Mrs. Ross D. Hughes will have the Thursday Luncheon club. The Jewish Ladles Aid society Is meeting with Mrs. Jock Applebaum with Mrs. Sam Flourmaii also hostess. The Mid-Week club Is meeting with Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Miss Margaret Merrill will lire- sent her piano pupils and Mrs. lovia Casey her violin pupils in a recital at the high school auditorium beginning st 7:30 o'clock. Friday The American region Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs. G. G. Coudill with Mrs, W. C. Higgln- son also hcotejs. Miss Ola Bob Harris is presenting her dancing dtss pupils in n recital at the high school auditorium.. Miss Agnes Barton vnll entertain the Friday' Night liridge club. • ; Saturday There will be a story hour at the Blylieville library at 10:30 o'clock. "College Convicts" Cut Capers Club lias Guests Mrs- C. R. Babcock was hosless to the' Tuesday Contract club yesterday, afternoon when M^d'ii'.vs W. I/ Homer, r. B. Joyncr, Dixie Crawford and Ernest Roe were also guests. Vases were awarded Mrs. M. A. Isaacs and Mis. Joyi:cr for high club aiid guest prizes. A Ealad couru was served. * • * lalln America Sluilicd Latin America was studied Tuesday afternoon by ihc woman's missionary union of Ihe First Bap- tst church which is having Ihree sr<?cia! prayer scrvices- Wilh Mrs. Hermnn Wnlpole as leader she read and commented upon the ISlh chapter of Nchemlah and Mrs. J. W. Biihop led in prayer. Miss Cordelia Wilhltc and Mrs. Theodore Logan gave talks of this country and the work the church is doing there. Miss June Workman played a piano solo. Entertains Club Members of Ihc Young Matrons club' were entertained by Mrs. T. G. Seal Tuesday aflcrnoou for a bridge same.. The ^aiul Patrick motif was al- traclively used' wllh yellow Jonquils and olher flowers harmonizing witrt-'t^ie sh^ERrpcksi;green Ptlz'- 'es and unique"; institutions 'seen in the refreshment plat ' Mr?, w. c: Hlgginson won the prize, a candy bowl, and low score award, a relish dish, went lo Mrs Doyle Henderson. The hostess served a delicious chicken salad with coffee and Saint, Patrick's cakes. • » » Has Cluh Party. Mrs. W. B. Tanner. Mrs. Jos U. Halbach and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs were guests of Mrs. W. D. Cham- Win, Jr., when she also, entertained tlie Tuesday Luncheon club Yellow and green made a piettj combination for the table .dccora- Bits of News Mostly Personal Central Ward The honor roll for the 2A urade Induces, Vera Elizabeth Gnodrich. Dick White, Kila Marie Mitchell, and Henry Clay Patlon. The 3IJ pupils are collecting tmd nrrenylnp, specimens of Indian relics f»r tin Inrllnn display Ihcy are to have next week. ' Tlv 6A class rccenly wrote Ict- I lei's to Ihe Junior Red Cross at iuhiiiBtcn D, C- thanking the j r.cuvi]c of Ciresce lev .sending rais- • Ins to Ihe .school the : draught slrlcken urea. Marjoric President, Lois Dunlap. Vice President, Levoii Lut'.rcll; Secretary, Lelha Splcer; Hcporter, Mildred Branscum; Treasurer, Wynemla McDonald. Pupils in the fourth grade who liave had perfect attendance for ths past niontli are: I.evon Luttrell, Ray Overtoil, Charles Singleton, U. W. Moore, James Niersth- imcr, Denford Kimes, Donard Jack- ten, Elberi Ross, Royal Shanks. J. W. Shanks, H. R. Ciawfprd, Na Mrs. R. G. Lnnsc, who has been seriously ill. is bdlcr today. Qeoigo R. Crocket went lo Poplar Bluff today fcr days business Irip. ' - Warrai's lellcr was selected as" Ihej I Mrs. Jce iCIrby, of P.iragould, av- 1 one lo be sent. I rlveO lust nUjht for a brief visit; The 4A-5B room elected the fol- witli her tb.ter, Miss Kalhcrirjo | lowing officers for ihc new term: Lawlcr. They will go to Memphis. D?lla Fay Sykcs, President; Friday where they arc to mc.H Mr;. Churchill Buck, Vleo President; ! Kirhy. • j nnc j j KmC s crook. Secretary. Tlie | Mrs. T. H, Haynes has gone to; president appoints various comiult- I Memphis for a visll wllh licrMecs to take charge of different i dp.uehtcr, Mrs. nussell Farr, nnd I things about the room each week. ! x,™ ,»n..« pictures an-l' Landys McLeod, Ray Price, brought' Dclk ' Len!l Jenninjs. J. W. were brought for ihe bulletin board (his week. Bonnie Peters. Eluine Anderson. Louise Phillips, Margie Oariu'i 1 . Violn Hankins, and i Charles Cai-ler back after several I days illness. Several others are ' out now. On account of so much absence our honor roll has only one number Mils month. Delia Fay a U Orleans' best-looking "Jail bhcts" are Virginia Catlln, left, Sara Forsythe, who appeared on Ncwcomb College campus wearing j BCV "£_• ~ nnd new soll at t i, c Mceli- slrlpe.s nnd carrying a ball and chain In protest against, a ruling, odist liospitol. that they should remain within college grounds tor two weeks Miss., Is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Billy Williams, nnd family, nl Aiincrcl. Mrs. Charles Crlugcr Jr.. and sen. Charles III, will return tomorrow from the Memphis lios- . pilal. Mr. Crlgger and his mother will go down lo accompany them; hcmc. Mss Nell Wlllams. who attends' 1 the University of Tennessee Junior I-'! | college at Mill-tin, Tenn., Ls spend- ^^ Ing a week's vacation parents at Armor?!. , . , , Mrs. Ray Worlhlngton was a Ms-! 'l'^ s °^ \»^y momma: Itor In Memphis Monday. i Selections by Ihc band. ' Arch Grny, of Rector, traveling; Song-Arprica, pupils, nudltor for an oil and gas com-i ''las-Salute, pupils, pany, attended lo business here Slory-WnsWuston and His Pony yesterday. Mrs. C. E. Crigger ami jr., spent ycsl.trday in' Rcadms—The s with Mrs. Charles Crig-. p iliy _! T!lc ' s[ol . y ^ lhe Flag 3rd Kriide pupils. Why I I.ifcj Lincoln— Mansfield) ihun Kimes, Carl Warrhujton, Naomi Alexander, Elouisc 1'arks. Bonnie Jackson, Madeline Reeves, Letha Siiicer. Imogene Hawkins, Margie Nierslhlmer, Ruth Elizabeth Smith, Wyncinia McDonald, Eva Blanche Morris, Bonnie Jean Skelton, Addle Mac Wilson, James McMullin, Margaret Vost, Virginia Bryeans, Ida Mae Williams. Vcra Starnes, Jerry Cohen, Malcolm Flake, R. C. Hawkins, C. D Ellis. Melvin Halsell, Harold Dozler Doris Forrest. We arc- plnd to have Anita Fayc i ''erlcct Attendance in 2A: Eu Eena Ccwscrt, Roy Hi'.wkins, James Lancaster, naybiirn Lipforcl, Jin McKenzie, Wallace Norman, Mar thn Btankcnshlp, Elsie Fulghmu Vivian Jackson, Clar.i Riilh Line berry Virginia O'Dell, Ertward Dry ant, j .F. Ellis, J. I', llocott, Par ham Johnson. Cleatus Kimes Richard Pepper, Raymond Reevss Thurman, Roberl ' " ' Deed Daily." Plclures Illustrating his ihcme are submitted nnd studied. Stories of kindness are read or told, while from lime lo time •eporls of golden deeds done are ;lven by Hie different members of I he club. | A thrift club has been organized n the 5B grade. W. U. Davis is jresidenl, Venion Thompson is vice ircsldenl, Jane Nicholson, secretary. No one is allowed lo belong ioj Vicar Declares Closed Season on Clergy Yorkshire, (UP)— Thc Rev, J. F. S|>ink, Vicar of Ciitlerick, .lias declared a closed season for tlie clergy. Ha recently issued this message 'to his parishoners: "It is ordained that I ho closed this club unless he has some money season for clergy shall ex'cnCi from 1 The following pupils have made' January 1 lo De-eesnbiT SI. nils ^f*?"?, i,.... The pupils in Miss Outlaw's room i „, , .„ ,, , . hcl i icntlcrcd the following program in C . harle ?. Wallace, Junior , v Watson, , Sam McKcnzic. son,! Song—The Cheny Tree, pupils. Valentine Shop, Manzelle Farmer, Enrllne Hohngs- hcad. Sudbury School The pupils of the on grade have appointed an Art Committee for the second semester. William Harris, Lillian Hopper, and Edward Davis were chosen for the com- ban, Helen LaSliot, Jane N'ichol- soii, Polly Nash, Peggy Long. Wy- ladme Masscy, Alice Saliba, Edward Workman, Oeneia Biown, Edith Mae Brock, fmogene Doolcy, Ruby Mae l-'razier, Virginia Henry, Virginia Scott, Ruoy Weaver. The 5A group had charge of as- ECinljly program Monday morning. The 5A group is sorry to have Maneria Saliba absent this week because oi sickness. The 5A group cnjoycu visits from three mothers Monday. The officers for the liB "Reading Club" arc as follows: President. Evelyn Smart; Vice President, Emma Sue Stewart; Secretary, Carl Huglies; Critic, Winnie Jewell Harwell; Reporter, Jessie Irene Liv- ingsion. The following officers were elect- e dfor the CA "Reading- Club": President, Charles Wood; Vice President, George Grear; Secretary, Carl Lay; Critic, Maxine Brigham; Reporter. Hubert Fowler. Mllhout dtites because they remained out, loo late one night during the Mardi Gras Miss Callln said, and chain as convicts do," I Miss Bessie Hillis. who has been' ' 111 several days, Is totter lodny. Luxora Society—Personal spent '(Tuesday ''fin. Lv.xorw w friends.' : He is liow pastor of I Dr. ond Mrs. O. Ilowton attended Ihc Crawford fur.eral al Osceola Tuesday. Rev. L. O. MeCrack™, former pastor of tho'Jjiixora Bapiist church ' : llti pastor of Ihc First church at, Dumas. J. L,. Cherry of Blytlieville was a business visitor in Luxora Tuesday. W. A. Woods and Herman'Splc- cr transacted business In Osceola Tuesday. Mrs. Richavd Reverie \vas a Blytlieville shopper Friday. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Thwcal 'spent- Friday in Osceola. Mrs. Foster Yalcs was a Mciu- , Oscar Harrlaway has gone lei celebration, "II was just solitary confinement, 1 ! Mcmp hls for a three dnyi visit, 'so we decided to -wear stripe and carry n ball! Mrs. A. C. Blbcns. of Fort Smith,; ! is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Craw-! ford Greene for ten days. She will' I leave Sunday. : lepaiiment of chemistry at (he ! MI-. and Mrs. Roscoo Crafton j iniversity. Mr. James is n gr.idu- j have as their guest Mr. 'Crnflon'r,! lie of the Luxora. high school and | mother, Mrs. S. P. Crafton', of CoiWi of Joncaboro Junior College way. Ark., who will be here until : Mrs. Nelson Talley sr., and Mr. Sunday. and Mrs. Nelson Talley }r., and, Clyde Patton. of Memphis, and small son were Hie guesls of Mr. I George Talley. of Fort Worth. Te:?.,; and Mrs. Edgar Galycnn Sunday. ! attended to tuslness her elcday. ... Mcsdamos Joe Powell, Alvin] u. N. Wilson, of Osceola, is at-j Wmidcrlick and Ray Gralinm lending lo business here today, shopped In Memphis. Friday. ; Eddie"CummiiiEs. of Memphis, is! Mr. nnd Mrs. ftank Vollincr; „ business visitor In flic cily today, j »-fSre. Blytlieville vsitors, Tuesday. , c. T. Jones and t). Wright are 1 •• Mrs. Lqiils. Spann is conflncil to i a itending to business .in SeliRtlV ^^AMI, Fla. (UP)—Profits from the parking lo'.s at the Walker- Risko fight helped Miami's line ^ ' ' in a miniature farm they have 'p.eadinq-The Real Valentine by conducted on (he table. Helen Mary Bevya' DownhiB. Il£llr i' contributed the farm house Play .The Fhg Makers, Fourth alKi A!tcn Chenoweth made tnc Grade pupils ' banl - Wilbern Clause brought the Uncoln's" Pictuvo — Betty Lon! cats and planted them in the field Kramer. . . ' . •In spite of the vain we were de- lifililed lo have fiflcen mothers aii'.i one daddy and Mi 1 . Greene with us. W,- are alwajs clad to have parents and friends visit lib. Not only on special occasions but dining our •regular work also. her libnie by illness this week. Mrs. S. J. Smith spent o few days last week with relatives ;ii, Memphis. . • all Mrs. otto Kochlitzky ,, iul M rs. Russell Phillips have gon- to Nashville, Tenn., for a brief stay. Mrs. R. C. Lnngston and rtRiish-; Thc y vv jn \,' z accompanied home by ter, Dillle, were Osceola visilors, j Mrs p^iuips 1 mother, Mrs. Georga '•(Ml ;R- lilllpS' Calhoiin. Tuesday. Misses Eva and \verc Memphts visitors. Saturday. ; Uor in Mcmp his Tuesday. H will te of Interest to the pco- ; J[r Bnd Mrs j H Lc __ _ ..... _ Rosa Lee Cooke|"' M f S ''"j~r""pjtzsimmons was a v!s-. pb of Ltixora to know that the Bowers Store has been leased for !)nv . e reU , mc d to thrir' tions in Hie servin menu. In the conlract of a delectable bridge games phis visitor Friday. Craftcn Janin?. soi; cf Mr. nnrl ^frs. J. D. James of this city has received his B. S. dcsi-cc nt tiic University of Alabama graduating with HIE ^i^ honors in his cliiss. He has : d . , , n Dclroit 3fler £cver:l , two more years and will still bC| .^ uh Ml ._ anl) j,,. fi . OE , orsG under the man age-men I of Mr. and; Mrs. Edgar Boruni won the club prize, hosiery, and a double deck of cards went to Mrs. Tanner for high guest. * * * Club Postponed. Tlie Ay Won Bridge club will not meet this week-because of Ihe funeral of Mrs. Clyde Sisk. Eastern star Members Attend Senath Meeting. Seven members of lhe local Eas ! cm S!ar altended a meeting of the Senath. Mo., order Monday- night for a special program. Members of lhe parly were: Mrs. instructor to Dr. Holes, head ol U:? Mrs. Jow Powell. Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. Tluveat and I rU.ush.lcr, ncs'ie Elinor, have iiiov-! r!i back to their home place on! Cn'houn St., Mr. nnd Mrs. Thweal- aic p'.d resUrats of Lusora but nssislar,'. | for Uie prst t'.vo ycnrs have made! Iheir home at Chnitanoosa, Tenn. j Mrs. Minnie Thompson, who li been ill, is beller loday. Mrs. Grorgc Carney has gon; points of Illinois for a visit. BRIDGE Hospital Notes Mr.v Ira Thomas, city, was admitted to the Bly/Uipville hospital, and Donald Sluart. Manila, dismissed. Lunge School The fifth grade basketball team defeated Sudbury Feb. 24. We were very sorry to lose Elsie Smith. She transferred to Sud- ;uiy school this v .vcck. Pupils in the sixth grade who iiave had perfect attendance foi ihe past month are: James Dozier Elsie Smilh. Buford Hawkins George Faucett. Sonny Dillahunly Roy Graves. Russell Mosley, Bob McLeod, Tommy Rogers. John Roland Sanders, Henry Wilson, Ada- c Ccwsert, Eva Forest, Clara Bell Gilbov.-, Mary Eunics Layson. Francis MeHinoy, Helen Moore, Margaret Reives. The fourth grade penmanship clajs has organized a Write-Right Cluh with the following oflic?rs: Promoter of the flg ht. The children are interested in their jrowth. The Brownies Health Book, is being read to lhe 1A children. They are very interested In it. February 23rd to 27 was "Long-: fellow Week" in 3A grade. Stories i of his life and some of his poems', were read, dramatized, and 111 us-1 trated with paper cuttings. Illustrations .of "The Village Blacksmith" ary now on exhibit in tlie class room. These are free hand cuttings. One short poem, "The Arrow and the Song" was memorized. The boys ami girls of IB grade have organized a Golden Deed Club. Each member begins the day by pulling on his "golden gloves." The motto is, "Do a Good "CAPUDINEWILL ENDYOUFi HEADACHE IN JUST A FEW MINUTES" Headache? That needn't bother you long ."'yOIJ can gc: relief frurn that 1 JL headache in just a few minutes if you go over to ihe drag jtoreandget a bottleofCapinKn; ;;.or take a dose at the aorU. fouatain: I've never seen any- ihing in my life that givss 5-,ich quick relief. It's got powders and pills bcatcnamile for. speed. It's the best betfoi the"hiotning after" too. '" ^ Being liquid, CapuJine acts im. mediately, often in one-tliicd the time required contains no narcotics,docs n$i disturb digestion and'Miip pcovedbyDoctorsandDrugBisf;; JEven with the most seiere'head- ache, relief comes very quickly; Sold at Dniit State;, llic. 30c t'ai 60: - bottles*c<Jb>thedo5eitsodafou'nuttt> f\ HICKS -f» Lapudmt f fO« HCADACHfS Scries of Raffling H.-mrts—As Experts I'lny Them AKTICl.L NO. 117 1 BV KDWAKI) C. WOI.FK Member cf the N'alional Clium- pioNE-hir! Auclicn Tram is lhe third of a scries of Charles Alford, worthy matron; 1 2a difficult prearranged hands Mrs. W. Paul Marsh, Mrs. J. W. Wilson, Mrs. A. B. Copeland, Mrs. Dallas Smith and Mrs. C. I. Jones. « • » Conference Coulinucs recently played by Cleveland's recognized bridge expcils. to t_csl their skill when cnllril upon to recognize unusual .situation:.. To| day we have- the triple sqivievu com- 0 s ' 5 ' 2 ;* ' i[n " le V!c11nrl slam. NORTH— o-WM S— ft-n-8-7 K-A-/-5.4 D— M C-10-8-2 for a C—K-Q. J-3 EAST— CF.AUR S-10-6 K-10-93 D-8-65-2 GKKA1KST FOX 1'EI/T SOI'llCL MERRILL, Wis., (UP)—V/iscor-- , .sin fur fnrms nrc lhe world's South.; greatest source of silver fox iiclts. nnd ] Cca ) residents have been lolrt by RITZ THEATER Tuesday-Wednesday Thursday and should be as follows: one diamond. West double East fearlessly obeys the mandalc; George "uanzhaCManlslimie, Mich. by a bid of two clubs. South PI-OD- flir f arn ier. A Hamburg. Wis .,, crly bids two Oiamo:ids. Three farm conlribuleri 11.000 of thc27.-]rzJ. clubs uy West is again overcjlled! K o iieits sold in the New Yorfc j by South with three diamonds. : mnrket during January, Banzhat I snitl. Since the 1020 "boom." when | S8IO was the record price for a I single pell, prices have averted ciboM SI 50. The conference mcetini;' at lhe I l; ' 1! ed Lake Slreet Methodist church this ' V7£ek were conlinued last night] with a group of n-.err.ncrs called ''The Joncsboro district" in charge of an impressive program. The! congregation has divided into sev-| eral districts in holding the con-' ferenc; so that all member" miy, become familiarized with the procedure of the church. The shifinj of "Tfe Old R'"—a- Cross" and "Let The Ixi-Mr L^iits! Be Burning" by th? Riley qmrtet! was illustrated with the displav of: an electrically lighted cross. For a"' talk "From Thc Cradle to the! DIE I" ^U-CQ- ol'iiiakiii" was in darkness "" -— torll ""i lean of making a- game, may nol O.C.Barne.,,theRev.J.H. Staf-jiS 1 very slronsly to a grcal ford and Ben Wiggins also took "l^" , of brld , 8 , c p!:lyers ' ; 1S part on the program ' lr " c that cvcn thc a v ".i5c player Tonight the "Helena di'trict", UK '"S" 1 ""!' lo score his V.111 be In charge of a program be-'- r - amc bul ^J' 01 '" ltat ''•« :<mb:;:o:i3 glnnln? at 7:30 o'clock. 4-3 SOUTH — DECLARJR S—4-3 H-l-6 D-A.X-Q-10-9-7-3 C-A-V The charm of inakinj an ovtra While West is strong cnoii^h lo "push" once more with his dubs il is useless for Sotilh will again bid his diamonds. Mr. Robertson, who l-reariangcj llicse hands, look no chances with thc bidding and saw to it lhat each declarant would: have Ihc opijorliiiiity to make Ih2 play for which the hand was de- j vised. He lliercforc dircclcd the: bidding. i While n blind opening oflcn pro- • rents a yrcal many dillicuhles and may al times be a choice of evils. in which an endeavor must be made , lo cheese lhe least objectionable, this is nol one of these occasions. The- club king is lhe o:ily oiieninvt i K-ati, Kfiiith winning »uth Ihc an-.' Alter \\inning the MVUIKI irick with the diamond ace. tile- Vienna • coup is employed by Iraini.! 3 small: heart lo dummy's aco. in tins casr sclting up two good IK arts i:i West's hand. i The squeeze is row certain. Trumps are continued lo lh= e-n:l' of the ninth trick leaving Soiilh with twn siiartes. lhe jack of hearts and (lie club seven. Read Courier News want sfls fcsarl thOToash v.-htn you feel di:rr, headachy. I,ilio-j5. Tain NATURE'S REMEDT-IR TaMcU. If icilii. calo. purely vcpcuxbtft nr\i far better th:m ordi- r.-vrj-l»satiTC!. Kccpsrou _ ( _ iK^BBtiihl. r.c. 9 ALHiOilT Tic All. Vegrlntle Laxative SCORES BIG VICTORY OVER RIVALS IN ST. LOUIS TEST . ^-'WALTER HUSTON Bccm Io cc:nc lo an abrupt end. On the tontraiy, il shtr.ild IK tV.c aim 0| every player to strive for Has Club Mrs. Sam. Manatt was hostess to! 11 ! 5 B^test number of tricks \n-.the new Tuesday Bridge club p.ndi slt1 -- Thc :livan "<l ! lla !'er and Detaa and Maurice Grav- P a «icularly thc tonrnar.icm player die, Anne Fisher. Hilda Holland! cc "«idcrs it a matter of rciuoach and Mr.s. Brax Smith yesterday I for 'ailing to make thc maximum aflcrnoon. j score. Her aleractlvc suburban licr.:o c:i! Wlic-thcr, after a pass by E.-ist. ihe South highway was decorated South should enter the bidding with one or four diamonds is. lo Wcit on the ninlh tnck fu-.ils himself itlll relalnliv.; (.:-.c coo:l heart, the high club and three ;padcs. He must part with a card.j If he discards cither tl-.r or: club. South's card in suit be-1 coir.cs a winner nnd on the i:cxl| lead of IhaV winnint; card \Vcsl is' :'.Sain squeezed. If Wen Instead j of parting with the cooci hear; or' club, discards another fpiuie. Noith. makes all his spades. : A beautiful and dilficuli d;-al to. play. One of the mcr-l dillicult in! (/ HOME THEATRE Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday See and Lois \Vilsou in By ROBERT RIPLKV, Himself Creator of "llclicve II or Not" "An- you smoking ihc cigarette you like best? Are you suiu;? Here's \vli;it happened in St. Louis the other day. 10-11 smokers sampled the four leading brands, with the names concealed. Then they picked out the one that tasted hcst. "Result? It wasn't even close. OUH;O i.i>, 3.54; Brand X, 264; Brand Y, 237; Brand Z, 20d. 1 conducted this test and it was fair and s([uarc, proving again that OLD GOLDS are made of smoother tobaccos, genuinely easier on your throal," . u j s,- -' „-' , Ol.t> MAM NIVER COJ.S O. <;. Rlplcy civos Ills Fa- .clTc taitc-tctt crciv of an olj- in Jonquils and Saint Paliick shamrocks and Irish: Hags. f ay ihc leasl. open to argument.) all'my experience. There is also! Mrs- Earl Buckley won the club; Soulh will obviously iit,bl on I an. optional play lo Ibis liand in-' prize, a guest towel, and lingerie playing lhe hand al diamonds, re-jvohinj a slralijht prcs-mc .squeeze.; . . went to Miss Fisher for the guest gardieEs of any obstinacy that may (only three of the 11 players seated • AdlHi.iMOU—Malinoi 1 . Aji appetfeing , s?.bd . was | served wilh san.dwfch«s ant! coffee. Ibe manifested by West. in ihe In my opinion, (he tedding fives | Vienna South coup. position made the! jjlit 1() Admission— A Special School Price — Matinee & Graiiimei' School, KV — Junior lligli and Ilijih Schnol— 25c. Adulls— Jlatinro \iBlil-— lOc. SOc. Ihe clue lo the play of lhe Hndl (Copyright, 1931, NEA Seivico, Inc.M ,(_ OFFICIAL BOX-SCORE A< >-..J,lcJhi CtihStJ Tcblic Aceoununlt "I hereby rcrtlfy llial lhorollo«ln* ls» m:e an.l cnuiplclc auiHt of Ibo l^t n\ Ihc four Icflitin^ tlilarellcs, cunijuclw l-y liulurt Rlpkl', In St. Uulb." Oin GOI.D...M4 llraml V 2J7 Hriiul X :tl HranJ Z ^' <Si<°«0 ScuufsM.r-R. KP.1 Lf.R S Co. CaliEcJ 1'otlic Aeco •"•.•^•.••Z'vfSiai f^'""^:"^'-. A CARL'O'A'

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