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Blytheville, Arkansas
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TWO (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 193L Society Calendar ' ' Monday The Lake • Street, Meihodisl church woman's missionary society will meet wllh Mrs. Harry-Weldman. The First Methodist church will have a -program and social Hireling at the church. Circles of the Woman's Auxiliary In the- First Presbyterian church will meet in Uicse homes: Circle 1, Mrs. R. A.- Moore; circle 2, Mrs. Ray Worthington; circle 3, Mrs. W. A, Dobyns; circle 5, .Mrs. Mabel Walts. All.ineet at 2:30 except tho night circle which .meets atl'.SO . Tncsiay ' The new Tuesday-Bridge club' is meeting wilh Mrs- R. S. Carman. Mrs. May L. Aldrldge wll have the Tuesday Contract club. Wednesday . The First .Presbyterian "church will have a fellowship dinner In the social rooms of the church. Mrs, W. 'J. Pollard is iwcrtaln hiB the Wednesday Bridge club. Mrs. E. .B. Dickey Jr.. is hostess to tnu new Wednesday Bridge club Mrs. Harvey -W. Stewart is having the Matinee Bridf/e club. Thursday Mrs: Cecil is cnlertalnlni the Mid-Week Bridge club. The r Young Matrons club 1 meeting with Mrs. Victor Bray. The Elliott Fletcter chapter 0 the United Daughters of the Con Icderacy is meeting In Luxorn a the home ot Mrs. T. F. Hudson. Friday Miss Carolyn Pride is entertain ing the Night Bridge club. Plans lo Marry Youth of 15 Bits of News Mostly Personal Valerie French, above, granddaughter of the late Earl of Yores, is expected (o announce her engagement roan to Lord Brougham and Vaux, 15-year-old British peer, according to a London ncws- i paper. Lord Brougham and Vaux l.isl year inherited a fortune estimated at 55,000,000. Legion Auiiliary Has a Saint Patrick's Tea. The American Legion Auxiliary was entertained with a Saint Pat- | been wllh her daughter Irene, who rick's tea Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. d. G. Caudill when. Mrs. W. C. Higginson was also hostess to the 17 members present. A.stiver'bbVl''fllle'd 'with n large quantity of daffodils, _llny silver clolfc Delicious cakes, iiiits, lea and cofieS wvre: served.: with Mrs. Neil! Reedi nnrt Mrs.- Ernest Roe presid- - ing 'a,t the refreshment table. InMhe regular meeting which fcl- lo'wed Mrs. D. A. Lynch' oftcvcrt a prayer for Mrs.- Howard. Proctor v,'hoVis at the, Blylhevi.lle hospital following an "automobile' accident and-Tthe' hlefnUers stood for silenl prsycrs. Tlie colors were advanced by "ijfary Jean Afflick and Alice Ware gave the salute to Uie flag. Mri. J. J. Daly and Mrs. C. J Littlej were enrolled as 'new inem- bers'-':and for juvenile members Mary; Elizabeth Borum, Betty ise proctor, Alice Ware and Patricia itvisc were enrolled. •The program was in the form o. an interesting addless by Mrs. W J. I^ollard on 'Taring the Facts 01 National Defense.", To &tve Meeting;. Tlje officers and chairmen _ committees of the' Christian En dea\'or society of the First. Prcsby terian church will meet in the rcg ular. monthly meeting tonight at o'clock at the 'church. John Me Dowell, president, will be in charge To Have Social Supper. The Jewish Ladies Aid society i sponsoring a. social supper at Hi home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Isaa< Sunday evening. Oanics and 1 con tests,' with prizes, will also be ' feature of the entertainment. To Have Study Course. The B. Y. P. ti.'s of the Secon Baptist church will sponsor a stud course nest week with sessions eac night. I-1E1ST .METHODIST CHURCH Seventh and Main Streets I'. Q. Korle, pastor Worship and sermon 11 a. in. and 7:30p. in. Murnlng service broadcast over KLCN. Sunday school, 9:4S a. in Junior, Hy and Senior Leagues ill at the Methodist hospital. Miss Bontla Bruce of Blylhevlllc lent the week-end with her par- its here. Miss Florence Speaks and Miss Xirothy Davidson were Kelser visors Saturday. Members ot the Epworlh League ere motored to Blytlievllle Sun- ay to attend thE meeting at the Ictliodist church tliere. The fo!- owlng '.'.(.'ire In the party: Messrs, and Spencc Williams, Roy Ker«y, Bob and Fred Robinson, Jas. x>wc and Misses Kathryn Watts, ^anelte Syler, Vclma Moore, Troy Cay and Mr. and Mrs. J. WatU. ;Miss Lucy Dmiavant spent the vjjek-end. ^n Osccola. rfveiser; senior* leiim motored to Osccola Tor a part in the tonrna- ncnt last'Friday. Tliey were de- eatcd by the strong Luxora team, ixi also! by the Shawnce team. The uislor teams played at Oscrola Vesday aflernoon and both teams von their games. Mis. S. D. Carpenter, ot Osce- o:.i, was in the city today. Mis'! Carolyn Prido spent Thursday in Memphis. Mil him Smith, daughter of Mr anrt Mrs. W. Leon Smith, is recovering from n brief illncs. Dr. and Mrs. Hunter C. Sims vill return today from LaOrangc .'cnii., where they visited Dr. Sims nolhcr who Ivts been ill. K. B. Noble, of Joncsboro, at- cmlcil to business here the last of he week. Mr. and Mrs. Dixie Crawford wil lave as Ihcir guests for the weekend Mrs. Crawford's parents, Mr. ind Mrs. W. S. Hanley, of SleA'. Mi-. and Mrs. W. B. Tanner arc in I-ltllc Uock with Mr. Tanner's grandmother, who is seriously ill. Tliey are expected to return to- ilght. Ben Levy jr.. who attends school at Memphis, arrived this morning to spend tlic week-end with his father. Mis M. B. Pendergrass is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Jlmmlc Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Allen, is 111 from scarlet fever. Walter Dusk is expected lo return Sunday from Hot Springs where he has been visiting three weeks. Mrs. B. J. Allen Is Improving after several days illness. E. F. Belt and O. M. Morgan arc expected to return tomorrow trom Hot Springs where they have been spending a month. Mrs. Thomas W. Miller, of Hattiesburg, Miis., arrived this morning for a visit with her pnr- ents, Mr. and J\:v5. Robert E. Lee King and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. Before her marriage a year ago she was Miss Elizabeth Fotiche King of this city. L.. M. rolls, of Kennett, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. L. M. Burnett*, yesterday. Mrs. E. F. Blorncycr was in Memphis today for a brief vUlt. Virgil Greene has relumed from Harrlsburg where he was in circuit Dick, Clyde B. B. Sexton and A. J. Hill were Luxora visitors! G:30 p. in. " every standpoint one of the richest, Thursday. , Board of Stewards Monday at deepest, and most beautiful In all J. A. Lloyd, J. C. Jones 'aw! 11:30 p. m. human history. Frank Ltiitl were visitors of A. J. Prayer meeting Wednesday 7:30| From a literary standpoint it Is Hill Wednesday. ! retonri lesson on Evangelism in the perfect. It compresses into small ==WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON The Good Samaritan The International Uniform Sunday School I,cssoii for March 8. The Good Samaritan, l.uko 10:26-37. • • • J1Y WM. E. till.KOY, D. D. Editor of The Congregation!Ust The story that we call the Parable of the Good Samaritan is from Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stanford Sunday school. (pent Thursday at Luxora. Miss Sallie M. Crow visited tht Choir p. in. rehearsal Wednesday, 8:15 Burdette school Thursday and Frl-1 The council of tho Woman's Mis- day In the interest of the county slonary socie'ty of the M. E. Church, licallli work. , south, ' will meet in Memphis, •O. L. Orrcll of the Chicago M.ll i March mh, closing March ICtli and Lumber Co., was a business j space a remarkable story, and tells it with unexcelled dramatic force and vigor. From a moral standpoint it expresses the whole challenge of duty in connection with human relationships and man's responsibility for the welfare of his fellow man In as visitor here Thursday and Friday I rlr -GR1M J.UTIILKAN CHURCH pointed and compelling a way as II E. B. Sexton nnd family have! „ ".- J - Klchnpnst, Pillar could well be expressed. moved to Iceland, Miss. ., A. J. Hill and b. B. Camiaday weie visitors in Luxora Monday': Sunday school and Bible class, 9:15 a. m. Divine worship, 10 a. m. Sermon Mrs. E. M. McDonald Saturday in Blythevilte. I topic: "Christ. In His Masterly De| j e; - 5 , Testimony, a Model for W. H. wooldridgc have moved to Dell. . Al! Servants of Jesus." jvml.'-railitlyj Helices are held ;it the St. Stephen Episcopal church to which the public is cordially invited. Mrs. E. M. .McDonald' Is vis'il- Ing her mother. Mrs. Aniile '.Piirt- low, at Hickman, Ky., ihis 'weekend. ' . ;•" ;.... •..,.{, , L. H. Burndtte was a Blytheville visitor Saturday.':• Hospital Notes.. Paul Elam, city, was admitted'to i 'Hie'pastor will preach at both| known to us not because we are the Blyllicville hospital- today. ' j morning and evening services, lljiold anything about his creed or 1'IKST CHURCH OF. THE XA/.AKtNE Comer of Srcond and Vine Streets A. T. McAnally,' Pastor Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. We have classes for all sizes and lages. C. E. Cobft, supt. And from a spiritual standpoint it reveals the sham and hypocrisy that often parade under the profession of religion and the insincerity and futility that go hand in hand with formalism, as these tilings have never been so vigor, ously set forth anywhere else. Here, also, Uie parable has become known through its chief fig ure and its chief purpose. It Is no the parable of the man who fel among thieves, or the parable o Uie priest who passed by on th other side, or of the Levite who did likewise. It is the parable of th good Samaritan—the man who is court this week. Miss Vivian Dillalmnty will go to Dyersburg, Tcnn., Sunday for a visit with her Hunt, Mrs. Ceci! -tee, and Mr. Lee. SISTER 'MARY'S KITCHEN a. m. nnd 7:30 p. m. N. Y. P S., 6:30 p in. with Ken- inth McAnally, president. Prayer meeting at the church | Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. i Aubry Hood will have charge of j service. ! Choir practice at the church Fri| day 7:30 p. m., Harmon Holt Dircc- " BY SISTER MARY ; NEA. Service. Writer- Very often vegetables '.c,in : . lie combined In 'made dishes', ..'to form a most a'cCeptableV.'p'iec'p.jle resistance" for luncheon 'or dinner. If followed by a. dessert .made of .... milk and eggs n wen balanced j mcet Thursdaj .. evening at the ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHUKCIl Sonlli Lilly Street H. A. Work, pastor. Bible school, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, II .o'clock. 1 Evening praise and sermon, 7:30 c' Special music, by a quartet meal is provided. iion-.c of Mrs. H. A. Work. EGGS PAY FOU STAMl'S Whenever a vegetable, dish iS| Pl . aycr services are held each prepared, the seasoning is of para-1 Mol , day morning, 9 o'clock, at the mount importance. ,. Mushrooms; llcimc O p t j lc pastor and Tuesday give a rich flavor to many .ve'sc-j nnt | Friday nights, 1:30 o'clock, at table -combinations. .. Spinaeli.. audi t!l ,, Irish potatoes, particularly, £a-n j interest by tho 'use "6i "mil'shroonis.! A suspicion of onion often lifts an. uninteresting and Pi "ilaV dish intoi the snvory or "tristy" class. Mns- coiriirumlon'a'nd sermon, 11 A. tard is another seasoning not to be j; , overlooked..., Celery, and panA-y]' Christian Endeavor societies, 6:30 fill an Imixirlaiit p'lnce among spa-1 p j| sonln[»5. A ; little grated cheese FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH E. K. Lalimer, Minister Ciiurcli school. 9:45 A. M. profession, but who appears In all' ihe glory of his kind and loving deed. Story Told as Illustration It should not be forgotten that the story was told, like many of the parables of Jesus, to illustrate a particular point. Jesus was answering the question, Who is my neighbor? The lawyer who was trying him out had asked that question when Jesus had defined religion os consisting of love to God and love to one's neighbor. It is instructive to sec the way in which Jesus turned the tables upon his questioner. He compelled the questioner to answer himself. He did noi say to him as he told the story, "The man who fell among thieves was neighbor to the priest and to the Levite and to the man who helped him." Jesus put the application the other way round. He said to the lawyer, "Which of i the three, thinkest thou, was neigh- hoi- unto him that fell among thieves'?" That is, Jcsns does not say to us, "You must help such and not enough 'to/give a pronounced McPHERSON, Kns., Mar."6 lUP) cheese flavor—adds an indesmb- —A dozen eggs were used to payi aWc richness of taste to nearly all postage of six letters here. The I vegetable dishes, eggs were found by a rural mail These recipes may be nc-iv. to you carrier on his route wilh a rccniest nnd hc| l> so '"f e Iho dally p'.-cblem Evening o'clock. and sermon, 1:30 Half-Moon Everyone:is invited to attend Sun- lay school at 10:30 each Sunday nornlng. New officers are to be- eiected this' coming Sunday. John Hannon is improving after several weeks illness. Thomas Delbridge visilcd Mr. and Mis. Earl Shaneyfelt, Wednesday. Hershcl Alexander and Sam Buck attended to business in Scnath, Mo., Tuesday. Mi-, and Mrs.'Lorn:': Vastblmler of Lklle River arc visUlng relatives in this community. Mr. and Mrs. Ueiucl Howard an- . The public is cordially invited. FIRST PRESRVTERIAN CHURCH .Marsh M. Callamiy. Pastor Sabbath school, 9:45 a. m. such, a man because Vie is your neighbor," but he says, "You can be a neighbor .to any man whom you are wil ling'to help." In this parable, as in other places, Jesus reminds us that we make our own religious world and environment. We can make It as narrow as our own prejudices and as mean and circumscribed as ourselves, or we can make it as vast j as the love of Goil and inclusive of Text: Inke 10:25-37 And, behold, a certain lawyer stood up, and tempted him, saying,' .' Master, what shall I DO to inherit eternal life? He said unto him, What is written in the law? how readcst thou 1 .' . And he answering said, Thou shall love the Lord thy God nith all ' thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy strength, and with all thy mind; and thy neighbor as thyself. And he said unto him, Thou hast answered right: this DO, and thou Shalt live. But he, willing to justify himself, said unto Jesus, And who is my neighbor? . : And Jesus answering said, A certain man went down from Jerusalem to Jericho, and fell among thieves, which stripped him of his : raiment, and wounded him, and departed, leaving him half dead. And by chance there came down a certain priest that way: and when he saw him, he passed fcy on the other side. -. , •• . • . . And likewise a Levite, .also, -when he was at- the place, came anci looked on him, and pasted by on the 'other side. ' But a certain Samaritan, as he journeyed, caine where he was: and when he saw him. he had compassion on him. And went-to him, and bound up his wounds, pouring in oil auct T.-ine, and set him on his own beast, and brought him to an inn, and took care ot him. . y And on-the morrow when he departed, he took out. two pence, anrt .; gave them, to the host, a^rkl said unto him. Take care of him; 1 and whatsoever thou spendestTribre, when I come again, I will' repay : thee. Which now of thest; three, thinkesl thou, was neighbor unto liirii that fell among the thieves? . And he said, He Uiat shewed mercy on him. Then said Jesus unto him, Go( and do thou likewise. iiing no profit. ] rots. 1-2 cup diced celery, 1 ,tal)le.~ ' spoon minced onion, 1 head ;cami-- nounce the birth of a daughter Feb. 10th. The baby has been named Elma Louise. Erwin Alexander, Louie Slmltz and Lyounie Vastbindcr were guests ct Vesler Brooks at Lor.c Oak Monday illght. Atr. and Mrs. Earl Shaneyfelt entertained n number of Ihcir friends witli a party Tuesday night. Mrs. T. J. B.iss ot Dell was a i Half Moon visitor Fiiday. flower. tablespoons bnu'er,' iablesi»ons flour. 1 teaspoon 1-4 teaspoon pepper, 4 tautespcons grated cheese. Cut brans in small pieces. Remove ouler stalks from cauliflower' but do not separate into flo\ver- elles. Let stand in co'.d salted water for one hour, drain ai|d BRIDGE The pastor will preach at both services. .. Christian Endeavor, 0:30 p. m. "There's a wideness in God's mercy, •Like the wideness of liio sea; There's a kindness in His justice. Which is mor: than liberty. "For the love of God is broader. Than the measure or man's mind, Anrt the heart of the Eternal Is most wonderfully kind." rinse well in clrar cold water. Melt butter, add onions anrt cook five minutes. Add peas, .beans, carrots and celery and salt thoroughly coated with t , Sill nour over vegetables and rtiri Lesscn-serinon to be"'rpad "in the B 0<Kl weather, and get your offer- The religion of the good Samaritan is a limitless religion. II is limitless in the largeness of its creed and profession, for its creed is not formal but practical. Il is limitless in its application of religion, for it docs not inquire whether the man to whom one would be a neighbor is an American or a foreigner, or what is the color of his skin, or what is the particular causa of the affliction from which he is suffering. II is religion that moves with in- slinclive action toward the help oi that the more one practices it, the more natural it becomes until it is almost second nature to behave in the spirit and in th-; manner of the . good Samaritan; for the good Sa- ' marian was simply acting in the spirit of the Master who gives wis- anyone in distress. It is the re- dom and strength to all to act in ligion in which love as naturally expresses itself in kind words and loving deeds as one's physical being inhales and exhales the air that is essential for life. The glory of such a religion is I Samaritans." the same way. America, in its present situaliofi of unemployment and widespread suffering, offers a rich opportunity for all who are willing to be "Good '»'«> CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH «'« l th = '"Pense teler. I .. Mnir is , hp sub ject of the 8re ^ '" inad «' Echool attendance for the month of February and last Suday was short; therefore our collections were short. Please do not forget of a church is os : •ather at it is in SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH E. 1C. Ncwsom, Tastor lightly with a fork. Be Hire Hour is well blended with butter. Put cauliflower in (lie center of a buttered casserole and arrange prepared vegetables around it. bca- Lord: Christian Science service on Sunda v, March 8lh. The Golden Text is. "The steps of a good man are ordered by the The Rev. 3. L. Newsotn, the new Member of the Cliam Auction Tram ixlh of a scries of hands recently played by Cleveland's experts to tes 1 . Iheir skill in playing difficult BY EDWARD C. WOLFE i honor count: but should double J pastor, will instruct tbe group with the book. "The People i This Is the six Called Baptist" for the manual. The ! 20 prearranged Intermediates are to be taught by- Miss. Willie Marshall. • • • I-alni-Sccoj-. Mr; and Mrs. Lotus Secoy.arc announcing the marriage of their daughter, Lotus, to Mr. Markham . Laird, of Tiptonvillc, Tenn., the i wedding having been solemnized \ Sunday, March !. at Hiciunan, Ky. The Rev. J. V/. rwrformed ! the ceremony at his lioir.a. | Their only attendants were Miss', Virginia Hardlsoii and-Mr. Charles i Bice.:of Uidgcly, Tenn. The bride, who has lived in this' city .all her life, was attending i school at Rldgcly, Tenn. ,whi!c making her home wilh 'icr cousin.! Mr. and Mrs. William DcBcrry. She ' formerly altendcd the city high school where she took an active part in iis affairs. hands Difficulty is a l/?nipialion. Today K'e create a re-entry parentiy no material. ap- WtST 8-3 NORTH—DUMMY S—10-5-2 H-0.-MO-7 D-S-6-2 O-MO-2 D—None C-A-K- Q-7-6- EAST S-9-74 K—9-85-2 0-9-5-4 t-9-8-5 SOUTH—MAUR DECLARER S-A.Q-6 H-A-KB-A-X-O-MO-T-S Tlic Kidding South, the declarer, has ny further bid on the part of idversarics. The Play West should open with the conventional lead of the king of clubs with salt and ixippcr nnd :'d<l bolting water to barely cover mix- anrt lu , in his way" (Psalms 37:23). Among the citations from the lure. Cover casserole and f-'Jk| Biblc ls " ,j,,. rollowini;: "Biebsed forty minutes in a hot oven. He-1 lhc lnan (,,.,1 wa ii; r ii, „„(. („ the •- - -" "" i " M " "'"•' • of , llc ungodly, nor .stand- move cover and sprinkle cheese. Cook uncovered until Iho nnd continue with this suit the sec- ] CRCC5C b mcllcd ™ rt Bll shlly col- ond time; South ruffing. One Irad. oretl • ot trumps gives South the locution! Yom ' mc "« nl '5 ht rcati as - Ol " rth in the way of, nor pitteth in the scat of the scornful. Tint his delight is in the law of the Lord: nnd in his law doth miFfing diamonds, as' Ims '- Cream of tomalo soup, cr.iii- j |, e meditate day and night" (Psalms out. South now take? tms - casserole nf vegetable.*. i"H-, 1:1 2 1. ing in each week. Should you fall OIK week, bring twice as much the next Sunday. Our observation proves that very few ever get their pledges pnid if they get as much as three months behind with them. Sunday school 0:45 a. in. W. M. Blaylock, superintendent. Preaching 11 a. in. and 7:15 p. in. by the pastor, iteming subject: "Going On." Evening subject, "The Unfinished Task." This will be the last service of the present pastor, and we hope 1 to mako it, a great service. We hope to sec the largest Sun- FDUT Perfect Bridge Hands . WEBSTER, Mass. iTJP)— Four perfect hands were dcall during a. bridge game here. Mrs. Herbert Hinchcliffe picked up her cards' to ' find 13 spades. When, excited, she tossed them onto the table face up. the other players showed their hands, each perfect in Its suit. MATERNITY HOSPITAL—For unfortunate girls; secluded, private, rates reasonable. For Information day school that we have had this I write Fairmoimt Hospital, 4911 East year. Come-and bring the children. I 27th. Kansas City. Missouri. of all tlic West fhows out. South now take: , stock of his possible, losing cards,! d:cd sweet potatoes, spinach ,uid -j^ w Lri-fon-Sermon will also iu- which aro only the six and queen lew salad, steamed • Orange P'.:cl- c i ll( j(. passages from the Christian or spades, what is to be done dhijj, milk, coffee. Science textbook "Science and Savory Vegetables Health with Key to the Scriptures", On? cup dried lima or ma:Ti/.v-| by Mary Baker Eddy. with these cards? If trumps are led. the usual roil line for any declarer to follow, fat brans. 1 cup diced cnrrols, 2 service.! are hi-id at the Hotel these two tricks will eventually uc green peppers. 1 Spanish onion. 1 1 Nobel nt II A M. lest to tlic adversaries Having the i cup broken maeaioni, 2 cups r.ed tomalofs. 2 tablospour.s b:it- ace and king of hcarls in his own hand and four hearts headed hy trr. 1 cup sliced mushrooms. the queen and jack In the dummy, teaspoon salt. !-:< teaspoon pepper, he observes that it is quite prob- s O ;ik Ijeam in coHl water to c >v- nblethnt he can discard thow two! C r overnight. In the nioriii-ig, !<x<?rs on the queen nnd jack and ; cti- : ,i;i nnd parboil lor live mii«::-!s. „ _. thus make two winning tricks out'Throw away Ihe water and cock Inland 7:43 p. in. of two losing tricks. His problem.| boihr.s' \vatcr until tcnrior. abut MorniiiK subject: -Man: the Sole however, is to get in dummy's 3 i, 0;lrs . ^,1,1 c .irro;s. peppri., < lit Sublet of Gospel Address." Abel riKST BAPTIST CHUliCll Cornrr W.llnul and Kislith Streets Alfred S. Hanirll, r:\.stor Sunday s-chool at D:!S a. in. U. W. Mullins, Sup!. Preaching by tlic pastor, U n in. I . fe nr.y other declaration). and the two losing spades are dls- B. Y. P. U.'s ir.xt Sunday Havln? ace, king of hearts, the BREAKFAST—Cereal coukr-rt w ith ace of spades and Ihe ace of dia- Duc to the weather, our Sunday inonds, ordinarily good or at bast Unless South forces Enst lo w torn tricks against any defensive the second diamond trick, Soulh spmacn can score only four odd. losing or.o! LUNCHEON—New club and two spades. W. Taylor Shcrrick, Lucile Moore, Mary I'aust and Kathryn Cox attended toumamcn't at Osccola Friday. >v/lll V ,,^ M MtSdames Speaks, Wildy and 1J,^' thc'rcls "no" sOTind'reason Mcartows of ttowah attended th^l pre-emptive or a shut P. T. A. mceltng here last Wcrt- riestlay. W..M. Taylor molotcd to Mem-i 'pills'. Sunday. i Mrs. C. L. Nichols relumed from Memphis Friday where she has out bid. •If the adversaries proceed too far with the bidding, he ha« a suf- fn'snt number of tricks to double In any event. South should con- carrot pure uistiird, Ipra-i In oilier words. South mint give j toasted crackers, (is cuatsrd. leni- i LIQUID OR TABLETS This hand is like the king's gam- DINNER—Salisbury Mr.ik. pota-1 Cure Colds, Headaches, KcYCI feu. — ™. bit at chess or the darkips' secret; tcr-s an er.itiu. passtiip patly (;ik,-s,| tinue the auction by bidding vip toj of success at checkers, "Cib ftair endive wllh hard cooked egg dress-1 live diamonds, because of his large I and take 'leben." Jing, rhubarb Betty, milk, coftcc. ' 666 SALVE Cures Uaby's Cold We make money ami wu spend it. Sometimes not wisfcly. And when \ve arc making money \ve often fail to save it for hard times. Tlic Building and Loan Associations offer you an opportunity to bridge over the hard time periods and make you fesl safe and secure when the storms of depression come. If you have invested a part ot" your monthly earnings in our Savings Shares it will give you the ready cash when you most need it. -Millions of men and women all over America are investing in Building and Loan Shares because it is a safa investment and because the dividend earnings are very attractive. The theme of Building and Loan Associations is Home Hnil;iing and Home Financing. 85.00 or $10.00 per month in savings shares starts you on the road to succ;ss and happiness, fi'r is \YM\ quarterly on lump sum investments of ?100 and up, and our loans arc well secured and insured. Blytheville Building & Loan Association W. M. Burns, Secretary

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