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U/TTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ClUU part> •'t.\i-mM? Ur'dge club meeting *yiui -Mia.'. LI. n. Moore. :ivir&. h U'VCICLI a. uce having '1 jiuiauiijf i..iiU^!KOn CUIO, uiii) 11 n i.ym,n iViiUTWCcK tiriagc citib. Mfs. , uuruu ii U. O. iiisviiiig wan Mrs, Jou aioro missunary society meet vuc« Mra K it «oou, i pin Miou»o-ip,,i cjounty ill u ,iiMuns ui- til inn mure noiite m tn me vnivniine •jut next inceiinjj inlJ te in Uto cuj Qii Aivifn $ •' * f » To oe , . mtinuc/s ol the Ellioi cnajiar of the lnii(c< ot me t.ojiieacrac> n» swisis; 01 nonor ac a iiwenii ilk.\i«j l^tylJlVwIl, 4 OLJ Ol.;uL the-honie ot Mrt, Joe Isaacs t-u^co i.iu oe iviliica ua ^ iej, )i uiaiK, O t liarnc* Jim M McC»U hlstoiy ui ihe organlaitlon \/iii enci\ in a piogiait} airui^i \.'itli svverai 5|-etiSi musical nuui te)s \\itn Mj s titnucrson C. wii Jn crtarge ol tne progitun U.iughler Bom A daughter was born to Mi ana Mrs Iiugene lurmci 6atui day at the nomo of Mis O>K Mis Ira bonanrung, U2 E bvoa more The tat>y, nno ne'gtis mm. pounds, has uecn named Milouu Lee 0) Mostly I Dr D. L Boyd has bono to Mempiiki lor tpe nietjjcal meeting luiww'jBcllc anjl Alice \Xhltsnt haa as'»ttierr g i' £ "jji)ifce """ -Urn tf K" rr, oi i-dliis|6'iu<j, Mrr Frahp-^Vfmpe aim Mjbo {yiinaft); ofohicafo and Mrs dim Mutp/y ot tuaiengo,' Intt Mrs jamel'hnj )f , has ikov- ereQ iroip a ten da^s illness * o U' Kemnnn le"u jestercmy to \\asnni^ton, 11 o, to attend to ousmcss (01 Drainage cliatna U u,e XMII be awaj a week 01 ten Uliy '' i -'i* raw Giceu^ell has recovei\.u iiuni sevural nays illness. \V M fjies (tit touay fyr flot Sprtngit aii;(.r having come heie Icti^uay v/nn IMS nuugnier, Mis iiesue nooper, lot lowing the fu- iicim 01 mi iiopper jcstcidaj at nuts, 'ienn luib iaiui L liptoii and 501}, "".e, "it. tn uernjuC? toaay \^tn ui iHnun vng undenTtut; an emergmty appent(icj'(js opcjittion aunuay ai tnu Me-(ioaist no-pital Annotii,n Ui Tiptou \vili -not be out. or wigcr iflr se^er^l moie H«^» Pf«»ii.i«iis oene\e he vtll recover. o d \Vood jr, of Luxora, t.p°nt jesceraay m hues, tenn, having tuue uvi-r lor tne luneral of Les- »c nuoper i>n unu ^ws, Spurgeon P£)ttcr- son anu Uitugaicr, Vivian, left Aiuiiuuy lor iiicir home at" JacK- soii, luiss., lurs. Patterson and vuiaii i^»e uecn witn Mrs. V;H- icisuiio muuier, Mrs. W. T *j«jciai, lor several montlis. inib u M Morgan ana Mrs E i-. wciy vs'ere in mempnts yesterday. • MO' ataiuue Bowman, of Trpy, o-tnii, i uid guest 01 ner consul, MIS resile Hooper, and dnugh ict, Mtii liOis, lor several days ijim.ui xiUvUi'ii 13 in Memphis iur several days ni.co v-Hs>»,fM ilalcy, who te^ch- ea iK-iiooi at iManua, and ^Irs \V, i vv-» lt - s wntl daughter, of that ivvii, ^-cre over luimaay for the iuuerat of Leslie Hooper. iULbS da.ne Mqnii-'ttiei- underwent nn Ln'ugency operation for »j>- ueiuncws at the Ulytncvtllc hos- puiii. ucr. condition is good. ritiiuerison naii is lil at his home I rum malaria {•^ cu)! Ha^ks and, children me yvjiury f?jati\es ^ln Kennctt Mo, tins ^eeK hrs^ tjoraon_ Wright, of Car- uiiieit.viiu.J' ts, the gueit, of Mr biiu- tar? F, M Acion ancl Mr aijci Mrs Or<i Mapnail foi se\crn nay? ' - 1 ,'" L Marcus Svrard has returned from" 1 :! bU4pi£Ss tfip t 0 A' V^br^Bian' ot cojumbus CU> Incl, *yli<K underwent a major op cratlon.at ,a Memphis JiOjplfJi 1s now, convalescing rapidly at ID 1 home of relatives ' In this city. : ' Rotlt* Injured Him SALEM, Mass (UP) —Richard. Hurley • was crossing ihe stioj when he was Jtnocktd domi b an automobile, thai didn't stop Although inot injured by the attlo hcewa^ severely cut on the righ thigh vthen^a^mccuclnc bottle lie vas"canylng \vas anaslied. The Jewish Ladles sedety cii- lu mined . ut .the Community in notise Tuesday-night with the "iScsi bencllt bridge party ever O i Ul ill' OSCCOlll. One. huwirctl mill Mxty-fivo Hie -t played bridge, bingo anc! IMCII Pony prizes were u warded-' ' ' Vienna Coup Helps Declarer to Squeeze Out Grand Slam Solution to Previous Prob!«it) SicrcUo, ^gcrican UrlOj^ LC;IEU.C '^} !!f^^fe^'^W°*y;ll 1J!)^T is 'Mllt'-'sf VCJ!r)l!>Ntftj,Ap 'csirt x i])0d«,' without YaHliig a. ; i)ne5sc; v ™ MW e¥ H-JjrjW'trtf i])tid«,' without raHlnVa / et% dlcss of who holds the nncs, so long' «« .UlQ. smno also contains tlie queen oi leaits ThLs is" nno'lher Vienna wtip squeeze pjay, which |s made oy deliaerately- sMtljis up i trick or the • opjipnenli. ' To review tiie bltidi;ig. Bottth pencd ullh » (liamond and North Jd a heart, South's juinn to two W lymnn should shnw'"u heart lonoi or he Is stfong cnqugh in j>aqes and diamonds to' jiimii ithoiit the heart honor." «uiui Allows ms pitrincr's dUi- ionrts are not solid., because he •olds (lie kins and" ten, and he Iso knows that South hasn't any Today's Problem South ;is. playlnB the. ecu- tract at six ilianioiida. Bust, . !\Ker. bidding hearts, ' lins, \ llic; contract; .West 3 \ ' -.*:A.O,86 AKQIO 1 V AQ10S Roans Aro a Pqrty Dish WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY Ijj.' 1935 Ihe proceeds, ivhlcl) amounted to JOO, will go to vm-loMs- Wii.- <uie organUtitloni;. -•'-., s "V Blackwood, of Memphis -. an Osccola visitor today ' Mis. Frank Williams, Mrs. j L Williams, an.d Mrs, Louie. Walters *i-ie Memjtfils guests Monday Ham Springer, of phic Bluff Is n usceom lor several days on •ll'illltSS. " Winter Cole, of l>ara S otild, spent imniy witn Miss n. 'nettles. M|». Clytie Buchanan returned' 1 'Wilt Sunouy rrorii tlic Bnp'Hsv 10 pital m Memphis 'where she i tiuwent an operuuon two weeks j J"i. Cotton has' rctiirncd homo' rom uiirmhersvtJlc, wiierc he iNiit, several days." ."0(i jr., or Memphis', were Qscc- u < MM tors today. ' • : • nnct' ivirs. L. C. B. Young al- umic I ;ne mitomouile "show at ^ c casino in Memphis Monday Uie L of Mrs. 13. ^aung 'ruesuay''' MI ami MIS. Weloy 'Voting wait to incmpnis Monnay nigut, 'to meet, "la Vaunffi sister, Miss Ora'cc i-o ve en ivew YoiK luis \oiimr unu MISS, Une went, to Jonesbo.o iuesnay to WMI ti.eii parents to; uie iii.\t Iwo week? L. AMIS, i> IM iuut,ell \ms hostess 1 lie clay .Utunoon ut IM ' Irom" int. topic 101 iiucij was good tn- "in liuon memoci gsne ilie name "i tnc magazine -TO like;, ocsi Mrs Noi,\ Muum gn\e Intoicsi- i"8 detaiu oi ..or tup to Mexico -u iup.mnM)t men;, nc\t with s i> At " ' liV MAKV E. UAGVK it me Wiisuuiaton uirtrinay lea tits«.-ijn.ci UK- uuicr nay ii-aves iiio pi,uB«.-iiiin Jiuuieiicmrt'r sun wnu w.i»i o.jiii-auons on tier con- ui-licc—i. o,, inenns wno nave iiuuu ner injimi nml ugtila lo neir iii-st, nnniL-rs—ici Her then nvn. out iin cuiivciiiem Bimui>y vnullg U1|H asr\ tnein nil m lu uue not dish, one co4 disu. .unu, reiisnis, uesaert iina tomu- iniiB to uruiK consiuiiU! an easy iliu nui'quuic menu, isoimion cr •uiBuiume may IK trie not disn uim a irny 01 cold cuts me cum .Jtc, uiJi.-i.uuuj n inca uiv m mu inixy. CC..II Cms With Baked Boaiu tor an appetizing novelty, wuild iiu- itay oi to:u ciiis luoumt IMSK and wans. I'ut me i;rahs ai unu oi a large iKiiiiiT on a oed of .< )ciiiii:e unit cri,ss. Timn u,,e ui) me com cms in neat lows 10 iinisii out me- pmuer. 'loiigiu, --j.ccd cold boitea or bilked jiitjn, <::iii snces ot imported Swiss •, livvrvvmst. uarmsh wun ot pqrsivy, imniy MUX-II ucury, radishes, olives and tiny jiicniua onions » 0 w'cil on me iciish tray. fw oessert that can be ma lie aiu-ati ot lime, choose- u(i Iceopx IJunquig, a nipmcq Hvssprt; or any- lUitiB tn.ai. can DC niijfle ajtil'jiy^ m uie rtirigcraior eai-iy ii ( *nb uiiy. in laui:, everytnins put. SCL- una tnc taoie can rje. aoiie j'.oiirs mintu of time aim me noste«s i.ci-us htuc u any hc-ip in «ie ncrc's ri recipe for baked b?an;> uiui (ias sioou the tesi; ot |tibfv inoii unu iiiinincu years. Two cups imvy o<;i,ns, 1-3 pound Hit, salt poi-K cr bacon, t snuiii 011- ti.ii, 1 teaspoon sail, 1 teasujon inujtiiscs, -4 icaspupns Brown' stir sijoon inibtiiui, 1-3 leaspoon" sons i-a cup uoiling water. " - • • i-ick over aim wuan bcaus. Put ill COK\ tta.tcr to more iimii cover »|iq itt iiund over ni^ln.' "ii|' in<i niuuiiiy oian; an(t cpver" «-jti] I«IB LWi iuin U(j not .' in me ims. iUiJi .- ti in clear com wiu u - ana ic- to Kctuc wi(n fiiouun water »cr. jirina siov/iy 10 I-oiiu iina simmer fii[; hvuiMiu wiii-ii a uie lii^-n uitc (in R s uiuviM upvii. 'fnese ui couit.c, uc iii Osuns irom in COKI water Or. Johnson to Six Weeks at Harvard V\: I. li. Johnson will leave to- .'aorrow night for pp^ton, ^ a r s where he Is lo spend the next 5.1; weeks at Harvard University t a yj lug a course in Internal Medicine. - Ho will be accompanied ty Mrs. Johnson. ' . A year o?o he took a similar ccuisj at n New York cUy e'lnio. Mi:s 41iea McDaniel, technician In Dr. Johnson's clinic, which Is operated in connected with hb general practice, will spend the coining six weeks In a Memphis hospital where she will lake special laboratory work. She \v!JI-rc- jimn here each Saturday when ths clinic- will b3 open. Will Operate Grocery at Lilly arid Cherry Mrs. Anna C. Martin has purchased the vacant store building at the comer of Walnut and Eighth streets from B. P. Gay mid It hns been moved "to the corner- of Lilly and Cherry Streets. SJi« Plans to operate a grocery Etore and filiiny station beginning Monday, uiown uwu> t wa , er a;ja Put a Unn 01 inu poi-s, or ,,;u-jii, 01 ' iivan pot. ACHI om -«. auc. net ceu. A«« nan iu r ( nu m ' j-Vctci wusn porn wen" ami _., nait-uicii squui-ts. cuyer fe'lllilinlllg LCUIIS. illX 6Ult, "su'u'.u"' Boiling v,au-r ana pour over Beani' nqq wiougn inotv uyiiint; HULUI iu covet (ji?i!P5- Cover i> ; ap pj, MIW OUKO nvu or su noins 'u, u iiow .oven, uncover ror tnc ias, nan hour of uiiKiug ana eiiu porx to the top iriaj it may »;- votne browii ami crisp, berve or cotj. Twinkling o ine ^iMttiiLiust, missionary Ladks mti. ot me mmcn Monday atteir MUOJI Tnc ftjission stuaj loi mo ."ttinoon was Unciunit in AMI- f!":. 11 .. ™ !h (llli u L Qtascoe ic- fi'd !cc(( thu ptogiatn ia' -^nce ot Mrs H ivi itncu- vusn ;uis ueoigc Dickcrson gave, ""_..'."_»• iutlnl > rcMding liom a'l JP.T.A. Will Give iVlllSlCtll V N'ono » AQ10 S 0 5 * A K 8 2 Solullon iu .next issuo. 18 Duplicate—All v;il. South Wwt Xorlli J-:«st 1 ^ Pasd 1 y Pas^ ZN. T. Pass 7N.T. Pass Considerable number of .spades bo he feels positive that South' nwsl lime the heart honor and also two aces. •rtieretore, while the Mil looks rather bold, it is based on sound Ihe I'l^j Against the sereu no iuni) ontract, West elected to open the short diamond suit. 'The ten was Played from dummy. East covered with the jack, and 'South won wltn he queen The king of 'diamonds had to be utilized as an "entry nto the South hand, AS' you'll 'sec ater, so the declarer started the orjb suit and ran oft ipu'r club ricKs Kail echoed iu spades the spade king, and aiso dropped a high heart • • u<.-ciarer next led' the nee 61 learts and then, before procced "» ins with the hearts, cashed ths ace of spades, deliberately v _ v ,... a up the kins of spgrtes in the Ease hiind. lie nest played the king of diamonds from dummy, over- Baking with the ace in nis hanii. played and a s|rade'd|scni-tert. truiiV dummy. Then came' the eight o. diamonrfs and the fonv oi hearts was - discarded from .dummy, Bust was forced to let go the jack of spades. .In: next play was the lour of diamonds, another hc»vt.being dio- cariled frein dirmmy, mid East found hlmscll licipless. If he Ihrew the king of spades, Soiilli's (Iticen would be high, while If lie discarded a heart, both hearts iii dummy..would be good. You'll notice that the same stiucezc will exist II the iiancts u. East and West arc reverswu u., course, then the contract coVlci be made by taking the hear, finesse. l.on.c Turnip Was Uin;c One KIRKSVU.LB, Mo. (UP)—I'rani- Spltzer planted a package «f iur- inp seed last summer. V)y fan, s^v- crai tojis hail appeared, but 'souil ducks ate all but- one. When n, decided to pull ,, p tht . OIle rcmam . I!?,... 11 '" 1 '" '.«= c «»»<' "• «w S8 'Jo "Blacked Eyed Susan" a three ?t l!H|S|cal comedy, will be prc- enteci by the sciuov hi'eh Parent- ieacner associauon next Tmirs- my aim 1'riday creiiings. Proceeds «. the uliair will ue used to pay tlitipn tor students who other- •'ise eou.a not utien.tt Ec'nooi ior ie second semester ' Miss Mnrtna byn Nonis, who ime liere troin isurexa Bprings, i"!>., lasi tail. i las "been selected 'S "Miss Utck Eyed Susan- [or ne lending roie. N 0n -| 3 M O ,;,, vviu - "uy opposite her. Other members the cast will be announced' .;! connection with Iho pi ny nere is 10 uc tt O aoy popiiiai-ny,' uiuesi lor children irom 'one to is years of age. Girls of the 7 & ind 9 grades will select popular ;iiiiflren 01 the oily for this con"v and vows will "be sold for >nc cent each. At the, show these mldreii will be allowed to jwr- orm individually, if they desire. • «I,S10,(,08 Aiilos Rcfiislerctl BOSTON <U!>>—Tlierc nrc 21 - •10.COO aiitomoWles registered in nc united states, according to t survey by the First Watloiul ^nuk of Boston. This represents 'i per cent of the total for the vend. Inches around pounds. •vnd weighed . Read. Courier News Want. Ads. To-Night's Milk delivered', while it's in -lime for your 'Breakfast DAIRY •'arm furnished CofTm ^^vull 6PRlNGWfc;Lp, ' Mo'." tUi>i _ Jr«>h A. Bush. 01-year-old carp-n ", was buriet) in the cofim he uade for himself 20 years a<' 0 O f scraps of cherry wood.from lrccs '!i his. o«i\ '• farm.." Black cellophane velvet forms this twinkling cocktail gown by Schia- parelli. It Is set off by a transparent belt and n togue trimmed with white breast feathers. WJncls curried 525.UOO,(WO worth of fertile soil from Texas'lor!e- Draska iu one year. Class Gets Radio Message irom President Kqoseveit Students of Miss Mary Outlaw's ihml giade loom of tne Cwnral scnool were happy beyond dc- -cription wlien t-i-cslden.t" Hoose- ii-lt, scut them n message in Ins recent; radio address over' the na- hook-up. Uaems, 01 ihe ropitt. l)ad writ. him a litter telling him P{ men new lanio and hoping than lie would ndclrcss iriem sometime in iiumtion to uu answer^'to the K.UCI, written : py. the' prc,s'ident'a sicataij, he siutl-'iii..!!!;,'' radio talk i hope alt of ihy'inenrts ni me third trade room" of.-.thc cenv uai scnool ai Uiyineriilt! are ns- "ing m tins evening." Lions Club tniertain^r"' With Valentine Music Valentine music made up the lirogram of the Lioiis club iiuich- eon -meeting yesternay at the Ho:pl Ivqole Wlien Miss Maric"Wm- )iirn and Jvliss Margaret Merriti. ircsenied tne 'program 1 'sponsored uy W. M. Willlains: ' Osiiig music of love us the Iheme Miss Wiiiburn sang songs of this-kind-from Ihe'time'of Snake- spcare and down through the years mil!). Sa|nt Valentine's Day was llrst • observer! and tlicii took up the music of the periods to mod= ? R oOi[SERABLE? JP your day begins >• HI(|I b a clear, he, licadaclie or j^riwlic rains, you need Ihe ionic effect of Dr." Tierce's Favorite Prcscriplion. >| r s T. S. Jeter of 207 Hood St., W c s t Monroe, La., said: "t was thin mul was ern times. Interspersed with the vocal numbers were piano s by Miss Merrill. Tnerc wtre 31) members present, * Due to relation of the globe, wes to east flying is ICES ilimcuii timj. east to west, flymj; spinning 01 u«. earth, gives trie ciist^ny'ing aviato a taj|wmc4 15 lijgft aitiiuqcs. S*j-S CarUui Bslievei) Pain "For several years, wnen" just a BU'l, .1 siiilcrctl, severe pain'and i IOOK cardut then with u'en'cflc'a resnlts,v writes Mrs. 'Blanche.' uo- •Witt, of.foca, \v.-Va.. "Lalcfilr ilic, I EUllercd again ami tyme- times .\yonlQ-havc- to go to 'ue<i i knew that I should take something • for" this condition. Caritu stopped all this trouble that' i paci .beqn having.-.H fcsuiatcil nu and I (b.-not hiive any pain" .B.ujlU uii.'wfth'the help of Car ,di;i to pycrcqine functional nien stvunl pain.. Thousand's of'.wom'c, testily. Cardui bensflted tlicin. I n (ices not benertt you", coiisui a Pl-.ysician. , ... '.4At)v.aijk, ROXY Tues.-Wei.fhurs. In this country, there are ostrich larms in California, Texas, Arizona und Florida. Children's Coughs Need Creomulsion Always get the best, fastest and Creomulsion emulsifies creosote with six other important metliciinl elements-it is truly an C c 8a prescription. It k not a cheip, '•cmcdy, but contains no narcotics and your own druggist is authorized to refund your money on the 4>ol if your cough or cold is not relieved by Creomulsion. —Adv. it) Last Time Today MAT.—2:00 - lOc & 2;5c KITE—6:45 - iOc & 35c CARYORANT I»THE BARK I'iiriiniQunt News Chic Chandler Comedy hursday & Friday MAT. & N1TK— |0c' - 25c tjuuc wcalt. t uscil lo liav« a'wEut hc.ijachts loo: dm LimlliK siwlls. I used l>r. 1'iercc's ravt-nle | rcscri[.lioii ami {t situ'Rlhtiicil me. ami helped !„ IjuiM ,,, e „„ M l | nl i iclt ictlcr in every way. I regained my nortnjl v-ticht t w ." C,pul.ims i\o hitml'iil iiiRieJicnt. ASAFUGITIVefROM • THE INHUMAN BONDAGE OF A WOMAN'S SOUL DEVOURING 10VEI —• • .. l . Wiilc l)t. I'icrvc's Clink-"UuffjIo.N. Y.. lor Ircc ilicuicil advice. ." '" Blue Stat- Kills The Itch Germs To(,'Ct ritl of itofp, rasli, tetter, foot ilch, ringworm or cc^cmn, cover willi soolhhl£ liluo Slni- Oiiituiciit nliich conlnins tested medicine Unit luclls, soaks in quickly ami I illi llio itcli Mpncy ; Laels-if first jar fails. Paramount I'ictonal No. 5 All Siai- Comedy

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