TWO BLYTHEVILLE. IARK.)' COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH" C. 1931 Society Calendar -.';• Saturday There will be a story hour at the Blyhevllle library at 10:30 o'clock. • The Children of tlie Canfcderacy will not meet Saturday because of '- the ajwericfci of the directe;. M;s. MarVln Hoblhson, wlio Is 'out of the cur.;; •.-• • • • Organize' Canning Club. The Woman's Missionary society of the Promise Land church met yesterday aJternoon with 11 members. present. For the devotional Mrs. O. F. Tucker offered prayer and son^s were.'iung. In Uie business session these of. fleers .were elected for tlio newly formed canning club: Mrs. Car! Matthews, president; Mrs. Fay Jarrett,:secretary; Mrs. llorlin Garner, treasurer! Mr. and Mre. C. P. Tucker have donated the use of a house where the women will meet and cnn. • « • 'Has ; Club. Mrs. B. A. Lynch entertained the Mld-Wcck Bridge club and three guests, Mrs. Charles Martin, Mrs. Elton W. Klrby and Mrs. Roland Green Thursday for a luncheon and bridge game. Jonquils inside 1 an attractive centerpiece , for,- the dining table ar- lanrad for ithe two course menu ,with,'a, touch' --••----- and 1 yuest prize, nn Imported handker-i chief, was won by Mrs. Martin. * * * Al 4 'Society Mttti. . Mte. Jack Applebaiim and Mrs. Sam^Flourman were hostesses to 35 members of the Jewish Ladles 'Aid society last evening at the Apple-' baum Katne. '• • Lftyely spring ; flowers added a note- to the attractive three rooms thrown .open; for the meeting mid in t,}ie appetizing refreshments the green and white emphasized the approaching ...Irish holiday. • PHns'w(r«. formulated for a so- clul.iupper to be given at, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Isnacs Sun- day^fcvenfng when games and con; tests, with prizes, will also feature 'th o-; entertainment. Ifriwas ahrio'unce'd thai "the roll cal£.will be, -answered at future meetings, with current events.' • Reading* Ay Mrs. Sam Joseph . . brief program. ..-. Os'ccol& members present were Mesjcfrmes L. K. Harwarg, Adolnh Wcfcberg, M. Ruber-s'ein, E.-.M. Jail*, Rose Goldberg and Miss Ruth Goiaberg and Mrs. K.- Gvoskmd, of -Memphis, who Is visiting in Osccola, '-was a guest. 'Ibe next meeting will be at the honje of Mrs. William Lang when Mrs* Adolph Meyers will also be Cnrlwriisht and Dixie Qulnn of Osceola, Bfclly Blair, Nina Barnes, Sara Pauline Evrard, Fat Wise, Alice Ware, Mary Jean AITlick, Betty Story, Mary McAfee, Beverly and' Kathleen Thomas, Julio Wade KochlHzky, Wanda Fisher, Francolla Fisher, Mary HeMiel and 1'at-' ly Ann Green. The public Is cordially invited. » • « Class Ortajllicd. Mrs. J. C. 'Crincr's Sunday school class of the Church of the Naza- rcne met at the homo of Mrs. C. E. Cobb Thursday evening. The 17 members are young married people. These officers were elected: Mrs. P. B. Pollock, president; Mrs. B. M. Morgan, secretary and Ireasur- iv; Mrs. C. E. Cobb and Mrs. lloy Gallics, social committee; Mrs. J. W. Wilson and Mrs. H. B. Fisher, membership I'ommiuce; Mrs. O. T. Wlllingham anrt Mrs. F. B. Pollock, devotional committee. The class selected "Win the Lost" ns its nlm ami "All for Christ" for the motlo with (lie fpvorllo verse, "Be thou faithful unto death and I will give you a crown of life," nn<l "Watching Yen" us the favorite sons. The niiiv.e Is to be selected later. The devotional was conducted by C. E. Cobb, superintendent, of the Sunday school anrt Mrs. F. B. Pollock for the 14 members and seven visitors present. Stunts and contests entertained the group after the business session. Mrs. cobb, assisted by Mrs. II. H. Lewis, served delicious refreshments. Osceola Society—Personal — An all day meeting held at the home of Mrs. Ada Duller yesterday concluded the annual week of prayer for home missions observed this woek by members of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First, Baptist Church: Mrs. Ida Tucker conducted the morning's program on the subject "Latin Ainercnus in the Home Land", and the afternoon lesson on "The Challnnge of Untouched Fields", a study of missionary work among tta Indians of Oklahoma and the Mexicans of New Mexico was lead by Mrs. M. i.. Summers' A delicious luncheon \vus served at the noon .-hour, . , ; ' .£- Js j*y .'• • ' :- A, ofjcpionjat' meeting of ilia •Agamlng Camp Fire Girls wns held at the home uf Mabel Webb and three new members, Jane flanni- gan, Marion Croincr and Mary Virginia Cromcr, were added to the organization. A social hour was enjoyed following the ceremonies nnri delicious refreshments were served \ ' • • The Ycainim Class of the First Mathodlsf Church conducted the first of a series of Eastertide services lit the prayer meeting hour Wednesday evening. Takhig part the program were Mrs. Morrow, Bits of News iMostly Personal Mrs. Marvin Robinson la in Little Kock for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. John H. Wineman. Miss Evelyn Harwell has returned from Memphis where Bho was the houwgufst of Misses Salllo and Marlon Johnson and hsr sister, Mrs. lllllman Hobblns, and. Mir. nobblnj- While there she attended the cotton carnival dances -»nd other affairs. Randolph Patton, of Newport, is visiting hero several days. Miss Martha, Reynolds is return- Ing to her homo In Hayti after having been employed here. Judge Q. K. Keck and his court stenographer Charles Partlow, wilt return tonight from Paragould where they have been In circuit court this week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphreys, Mrs. G. E. Keck, and daughter. Miss Margaret, and Mrs- Frank Henley motored to Memphis last night for the cotton carnival par- ac!i. Mr. and Mrs. Welter Card, of Wilson, were guests of their daughter, Mas. Rlley Jones, and Mr. Jones, last night. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse, Mr. and Mrs. R. F Kfrshncr were In Memphis last night for the cotton carnival parade, Mildred Frazier, of Osceola, was In the city yesterday. Dr. P.- D. Smith wns in Memphis last night for the cotton carnival parade. N. E. Langdon, of Bloomlngton, Ind,, Is the guest of his brother, wj. S. Langdon, and Mrs Langdon. ' C. J .Little lias returned fiom t business trip to Little Rock, 1 Mrs. Frank. Simmons and gram daughter, Alt a Fay Simmons, wcr called to Jonesboro today by th serious illness of the small son o Mr. and Mrs. Bliss Simmons. U1&3 Margaret Mahan and Mrs Elton W. Klrby have returned iron St. Louts where they spent seycra days. Misa Rosa M. Hardy will rcturi Sunday from Paducah, Ky., wher she was called because of the ill ness'of her mother .who Is rnucli better now. •.* Mrs. John S. Campbell, formerly of here and now of Natchez, Misa, arrived today for a, visit with Mi, and Mrs. E. M. McCail. She is oil- route home from Chicago and Plainfleld, HI., where she has been visiting her son, John Neal Campbell, in Chicago, and her daughter, Mrs. Lewis Mahoncy, at Plalnlield Mrs. Mahoney will be remembered as formerly Miss, Margaret Campbell, of here. W. P. Veazey Jr., has returnee from a brief business trip to Memphis. Mrs. H. B. Bray has returnee to her home In Memphis after a vl^it with her son, Victor Bray, and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Atkinson and Mrs. Atkinson's father, J, H Parks, are in El Dorado for a visit Mrs. Joslah Fort and two children, of Clarksville, Tenn., will arrive tomorrow night, for a, visit witti Mrs. Fort's parents, Mr. and Mrs T. J. Mahan. Chappie Bray, son of Mr^. anc Mrs. Victor Bray, is recovering from an illness from chicken pox DY EDWARD C. WOLFE Member of the NaUdul Cbam- ptomhfp Avcllbn Ttam This is the fourth of a series of 20 prearranged hands • recently played by Cleveland's recognized bridge einerts, to test their skill In playing difficult hands. ' ' WEST- DUMMY NORTH—OWtq» 8-10-8*2 H-K-O-IW 0-4 Coherences Closed Tonight. The conferences In session al'-the —• "»- H'wun «uie iurs. morrow Lak£ Street Methodist church this Mrs. L. Hovrtou. Mrs. Hnrry Jones week Trill close tonight, with a spc- nn <i Mf s- Eli Myers. rial*TiTnm-!>m i^, K« f«n.—j ...<.,. Sfmllar services will be conducted each Wednesday evening until ciairpr6gram : " to be followed with a social hour. Iu-last night's meeting there \vns the>largest attendance since the spegal - services - opened Monday night. Adrian Church was the presiding dfcr. Mrs. P. Q. Roric sang a solo accompanied by Mrs. George M. Lee, and Mrs. W. J. LuHoy and >&», Gtorge Shanks rendered a voicj duet. The Methodist hospital wasjfeatiired with a pageant with a physician, nurse and patient tak- -. for, an illustration of the Easter with a different church organization in charge of each service. Next Wednesday evening's scrviee will be conducted by Miss Jennie Ralph's Sunday School department of young people. • * • Mrs. J. H. Lovi2Wcll returned yesterday from a visit of several days with her daughter. Mrs- Hugh Hughcy and Mr. Hughey In Memphis. "TH» of -this institution. The song lhR ' r Jo ??, s ?l V r P' )reMntIltlvc ° r Great Physician" was suns ' J? e , BarI15lla11 Refining Company of ... *' \ Tulsa, Okla., Is n business visitor Clajt Entertained ' in O 50 ™' 3 today. Members'of the Yo"n» Ma'-ois' *'?' and Mr5 ' Aml: ' ew Florida Br&g« club and Mesdamcs Clare'i'" • ' C ' E ' Wclcl1 vvcrc in VoiSner W H MtnvaH r r- Memphis yesterday and accomuan- Patton C R Babcork- v n i« , ' Kl Mrs Day/who Is Rev. Welch's ncr*HWrt L PoTta- T r ^ W i" da " ghtcr ' homc from lllc B!L P U5t Titk",".^- *°» CT . T. G &!al. | Hospital where she lias teen im, S*tf ?« rm -' d «6"ing treatment for some time, i *coa, ol CoWwatcr. Minor C. Sumnm ol Hue Bluff 5S Grace Webb were I i s visiting his parents, Mr. ami . " cnd£rso » ™.i thc[ Attorney C. T. Carpenter o! ,H °; , and a dOUble " r Markcd Trce vvflS a business vlsito. ' , W ! nt " to Mrs - ratton in O 5 " 0111 J'Klcrdny. w- , hono!;s - ' Mrs - R - »• J°"« yesterday at Jn the delicious plate served the | tended ti meeting of the Board o baint Patrick motif was attractive- 1 Trustees of Jonesboro Baptist Col jy carried out in the green cheese !cge. he!d In Jonesboro anrt sit canapes and fruit salad served with < tended by about 40 board member cane topped uith whipped cream. ; from the sixteen counties of E;ist olives an «-.. *_•._.. __ _ ___ ^ ____ t.i_.i _____ .. and cofTee ern Arkans.-iS, and presided ov.2- b . Dr. J. N. Mallory, president of th college. A committee was appointed t 6 H-J.8 •, . D-J-?-B- 5 T3-7-3 EAST- DEC LABtR S-K-Q H-A-5- SOUTH S-74-3. H-9-7-3 O-fl-10-7-3 3-2 C-^i-B-8 Someone recently remarked that he basis ol sound'auction play is ard counting. Like nil generall- atlons this is but a partial truth. ersonnlly the writer inclines to he view that, In the Ions run, he Inculty of drawing the logical nlcrences from the bidding and ncorporatlng them Into a plari of lny is more Iniiiorlant. However, In the hand under dis- ussion the principle involved Is Implc and therefore a tactical re- •iew should be confined to lunda- nentals. East obtained the contract ni ono 10 trump without competition. South opened the three of dia- nonds. and with the fall of the our or diamonds from North It Is ip to the declarer—well, U la up o the declarer to think. The basic fact about auction Is that it Is an Intellectual game—a concur with Dr. Mallory In the election of famulty members for tlw nest school term, which it was definitely decided would open on Sept. 6, and plans for conducting a summer school were made nc cording to Mrs. Jones- contest of wits!"All'the cut aric dried formulae, the. conventions openings,. discards and bids, the fixed procedure for the play of type hands (the vast majority), stand for Us of today, ready made. So with this hand. In the writer's opinion the principle of unblocking here involved has . been rehashed so often that, the correct procedure for East is no more than decent technique nnd all comment superfluous except for Inexperienced players. _/ • ; ;. East can count as' cerlain tricks :our..spades,^ont ..heart, .three._dui ? . Yn'orlcff'Shd- One''"ciufr-a game; 'jn-crJ' viding the ace-nnd jacfc of snndes can be cashed without 'sacrificing one of his own spade honors ID ;n(er the dummy. He must provide lor the contingency chat four ?pad?s inclusive of the 10 spot may b; bunched In one hand, -from the opening'of the three of diamonds, he knows South holds four diamonds headed by the queen and; that therefore he can never realize more tlian three tricks in this suit. The crucial play-Is thus that to the first trick East must play'eith- er the ace or king of diamonds to! permit the jack of diamonds to serve as a sure entry—Ihen for the second and third tricks the king and queen of spades. For ths fourth trick a low diamond Insures game against any defense. Not a single! expert participating in the contest! CATCHES BIG CATFISH | KANSAS CITY, (UP) — Max! Kleinstein In January took a 101-j pound catfish out of the Missouri | river, a fish believed the biggest. ever caught near here.' But not content with that later pulhd out, one weighing 75 pounds. Argentina produces about 12.500,000 pounds of shoe leather annually, more than 25 per cent ol South America's output. To^Trcsent Tupils •In -a Dance. Recital. . . ] Carious numbers in dance will be I portrayed by pupils of Miss oia ! Bob Harris in a recital at the high sccjool Auditorium this evening. 8 o'clflck. Other numbers on the program will include piano selections by 'Misses Lorn a Wilson, Sara Jo Little, Maurlne Branson and Margary Shaver and piano and violin selections by Miss Margaret Merritt and Woodrow Fisher. Irish folk dances, a toe dance of Jack and Jill, the cowboy dance , un(s wil1 be Biven i PHYSIQIANS «« this period "" ,»d V-M*" 5 .,,. Ut them ion't fotK" ** '.d StriluM 40-41-42-4344/45 ^47-48-49-56 Woman's Dreaded Forties groups of the classes ; "Menopause." It is ll re dreaded Change whUe solo numbers included are 'of Life. Women sliodd face this H-45 12.95 ^ ,=T Blues," "Tap Danci." period with wcll-balauccd health, or •Ta P 3000 of the °ypsy" and dangerous symptoms may appear. This •M^ytdne," with "Pony Boy" and is lli« tin* when deficiencies in gcn- • Polka 11 as features by the baby."*' iK.ilih must be helped. Every c l»*?' . . | wnman apprmcliiiig mklillc age should Mfiss'Eve Hire-ell is accompanist i ! ? fcc Dr - Pi««'s Favorite Prescrip. for,,the numbers. '' oa > 'hat splendid liecl.il tonic. Pupils parllcijsallnj are: BeUy Lcf .McCuUjhen, Jane Kochtitzky, Belly Jo La»ler, Martha Mane i Gordon and 13u rkiugton Souks and Anklets for Children Holantl & White Central Shoe Store Oscar Ganske Manager . (icraldinc Uichitrdson j Hosiery Department! Ev«ry r.ck^ o! Preseriplion content 1*4 > Symptom Blank. Fill oi'.l the EUnfc ai.J p' mail it to Dr. Pkreo'a Clinic, Buffalo, H. Y. I fcr FREE B;«it»l HJTJK, ' ''" ' L BARGAINS FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY Strawberries ft. 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