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BJUYTHEVILLE. (ARK.)' COURIER NEW8 MONDAY, MARCH 9, 1931 'Society Calendar Th.e new Tuesday Bridgo club Is metthig irtlh Mrs- R. S. Carman. Jtre. M»y li. Aldvldgo wll liavo tie-Tuesday Don tract club. The Senior Hist School P. T. A. viU3nect »t. *»'.vrhool at 3:30 p. m. witlrtlie eietutive board mom- berSimctttaE.it S o'sJock. Mrs. Victor Bray 1« enter lalntng the Younj .Matrons Bridge club. Clro!e"2 ol; the'Woman's Misston- irjwsoctety of the First,'Methodist ' sets to bs known as the "Prin- Teen Brideo Club" meaning the members, In 'teen ages, will wear cotton print dresses lo the parties (o bo given every other Saturday night. Misses Margaret Slcwtrt and Irma aura Barnes ws;re hostesses ot tha first jurly at the Barnes ! homo. In tho card games' Miss Evelyn Blytho won the high scorn I prize, bath powder, nnd n compact vent to Miss Annie JUiura Evans for the cut rxia. A delicious luncheon was served !0 the members nnd one, yuest, Miss Mildred Lang. Members of the club are: Misses chtrrqh will have-in program, with a' pltSvat the churcli. =' i**- '" : Wednesday ,.n.,i.•-,..*;> u* n.i; *.»i*^ mt. .mu^v^ ^gj-e on business The First" .iWoi it!ir.n church! ^'» n B1 J' tllc ' Itm ? "-aura Barnes, Braxton , !ralj( ,; 0( osceola, at- s-iCLlhfLve-a leU6«lil:i tiUiL-r !i., • iarie LcjteH. Doris McGhce, An- 0|K , cd , 0 husm( v W hero Saturday. Bits of News Mostly Personal O. P. Moss Is transacting biisl- IIWLI in CaniUierevllle today. MlMes Mary Ellen Stevens nnd Margaret Mllncr were visitors In Memphis Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. L). aillen, Mr. and Mra. N. F. Knight spent Friday In Memphis. Mrs. Louise Chapman, of Memphis, epent tho last of tho week here on been 111 at the Marine hospital in i Memphis, was thc (jucst of his mother, Mrs. Seplle McGaughey, Friday. M. T. Moon and daughter, Miss Mui-le, ore In Memphis today to accompany Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil law home. Mr. Lowe recently underwent an operation for ap- ! jiendlcitls at the Baptist hospital. Bias, of Senath, Mo., were visitors! M , lss Sal '!° Cr <">» h <>»'. of Little at the mythcvillo hospital yester- |££ ™ ^'""into ft^'; i:cr for the week-end. She was for- Miss Martha Reynolds and Jim Reynolds, of Haytl, Mo., visited Miss Elizabeth Blylhe Sunday. Mr, nnd Mrs. Sims Mlchle, of Stele, (.pent yesterday hero. Byron Muckay, of Caruthersvjlle,' u-as thc guest of Miss Katheiine ; nicr ' aiul tvllss Lawler Sunday. th**"social rooms.of the church. Mis'.:w.. J. 'Pollard is-entcrtaln- in^jhe Wednesday Bridge club. Mrs. H. B. DteVey jr., is hostess to the new Wednesday Brjasc club. Urs.'Hnrvey" W.-Stcn'art Is hav- Ir.j-^he Matinee Briise club. Thursday Tbs Young Matrons dub is meeting with Mrs. Victor Bray. Tfie Elliott Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy is meeting In Luxora at the home of Mrs. T. J?. Hudson. Mrs. O. F. Moss is having the Leiuru Evans, Sara Nunn, Edna Uorls Earle Sc-coy, White, Virginia Bourlcmd, Mivmnet Slow- ort BIIC! Mtirgnret KeoF Itobertson-Vnss. Miss Lucille Voss and Mr. Jaci Robertson, both of here, obtained a marriage license yesterday. Mra. Earl Hatcher and daughters, roimnle O«oola, ci;- Bridge club. ' .^. :. • Friday Miss''Carolyn Pride la enlcrtain- ins tlu Night Bridge club. Miss'Meivgavct Mahan To Wed .Mr. James Bell UTi and- Mri. Thomas J. Mali an anmii'nce trie 'engapcmcnt and np- prijfjliihg marriage' of their 'daiigh- ter, Margaret, to Mr. James Hick- mnn Bell, the wedding to tie sot- cmnizsA Tuesday, March 24. collection. Following the Mrs. Charles Walcrs Honored at Tea Sunday. Mrs. Charles Waters, who has , . been in business here longer than ]™™ any other woman, was the cncst or honor at « tea given by thc local Miss Hu'.h K. Stotts, of MoneUe, and Mr. Luther E. Glpson, of Port Lcavc-nworth. Kan., were issued a uwrriaso license Saturday. • • » Confcrcncci Close. The Lake Strctt Methodist church closed a series of "conferences" Friday evening In which the procedure of church affairs was interestingly portrayed by five programs gls'en by various grouia of mem bers. Adrian Church \vas announced winner as the best presiding elder, Homer Davis won for the pastors, Mrs. C. A. Eilranlc os missionary president and Mrs. W. J. LeRoy ns the best Epworth Leaguo leader. The sum of $135 was given in tho >rograju tliero was I delicious relrosh- Business »Dd Professional Women's club 1 yesterday afternoon at the Woman's club. The guest- list included a number of Mrs, Waters' friends and members of the local, group. Mrs.' H." li'.'' Reynolds, president, introduced, the-guest or honor who to'.d~Etraie' of her life's' experiences in business. Slories of when there were no railroads or levees in this For .the closing program the At- vicinity featured talk. interesting Miss Margaret-Merrilt,'who was in charge : of "the 'm|isioar prbarnm, presented '.the folloiying>numbcrsi vocal solop, "I • Hear You Calling Me;: and "Little Mother," -dedicated to Mrs? W*«Jflg**fifcSt Jon", accompanied. Uy MS« Leone Calll- cott; plaiio .number, "My Heart Thy Sweet -Voice',", .Miss". Anna Mae Jones; saxophone' solos, Everett McDowell, accompanied -by. Miss Leone Callicott; .piano number, "Reverie," Mbs,,Virginia Mavtui; piano number, "Ballads,". -Miss .Virginia Tompkins;;-voice 'selection, "A Bird Kobe Is' Calling. 1 :- Miss Lillian Bris- incrly clerk in the office of the county superintendent. A. Conway has returnee! from a business 'trip to St. Louis. Mrs. 11. A. Smith and son, IIo- A. Lawson . tpi-nl the week-end In LItile Rock. Nule Lamb," of Jonesboro, is at-1 Mr - and Mrs - w - L - Horncr and tending to bu.slne.ss here today, to " wctlt to WJicatley, Ark., for the . Mrs. Virgil Qreeno and Mr. and « cl: -C"d a ' guests of Mrs. Hor- Mrs. E:i|-| Qulnn ol Oiceola, ino-1 110: ' ii l' ;l rents. tored to Kc-nnett Sunday. . '< C. A. Cunningham, who Is in Llt- Mrs. John H. Long spent Sntur-'tle Rock (or several weeks on bus- ,Uay afternoon in Memphis. Sho was Iness, spent the week-end al home, accompanied home l:y Miss Ueba He plans to return the last of ths Hollls who has been In thc Crippled 'week. Adult hospital. | First Sergeant Willlnin Haynes, a Dean and June Evelyn, of 0 , UU i e u oc k. spent today here in- • . jpcnl the week-end with j 5p( . cl i ng the )ocal nrn , rccni [ t , ng j Mrs. Hatcher s mother, Mrs. r. J. | O mco as a part of his tour of army Crowdsr, and family. I recruiting stations tliro« B lio«t the Mrs. Henry i. Brandenburg, of stnte JUdgeiy. Tcnn, visited, hero during | E . j. rjodson is atlen-ling to bus- '< the week-end. Boforo her marriage , i nC55 | n IjitUc no= K today Mrs. Brar.donburg was Miss Eva! Mii, RAM M HOT/K. ,/-i,,v riylor. Mi and Mrs. Markham Laird, of Tlptontllle, Tcjin., have arrived for a short vlalt rcllh Mrs. Laird's pnr- *nU, Mr. Mr*, picas &kcoy. Before h»r mnrrfog* a week Miss Rosa M. Hardy returned last! Tlle 'Bowing proernnis will bs night from Puduca.h, Ky., where i »' vt '" '" llat "° Broadcasts over a she spent a week with her mother nationwide hookup this week as a who was seriously ill but who is|l >:irt of thc national observance of BRIDGE Serlw of B^flllnr HMidj—As Fxixrls PI ay Them ARTICLE NO. 151 BY EDWARD C. WOLFE Mtmhcr of the National Championship Auction Te*n This U the seventh of E series of 20 prearranged hands recently played by Cleveland's experts to test thebr skill in playing difficult hands. To strip opponent's hand or to squeeze him, that Is the question today. WEST- DUMMY S-J-2 H—K-a-6 5 D—8-6-3 2 C-K-7-4 NORTH—OEALtB S-S-7-943 H-7 D-10-5.4 EAST— DECLARE*. S-J-Q H-A-O. MO- 3-2 D-J-7. C-A-9-8 SOUTH S-X-10-9-5 H-9-4 0—A-K-Q-9 «—R-MO The hand for today was taken from Mr. Wilton c. Work's collection of interesting hands and was now much improved. Crawford Greene, superintendent . lof the city schools, went to Little until Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shane and daughter, Fatly, spont yesterday in Memphis. ness trip. Elbert Huffmar Business and Professional Women's Week for which thc local group is stnuiiin a number of interesting activities. Thc broadcasts arc Central Stan- •dard time: Tuesday, March 10th— 2:45 to 3 ix is returning to Memphis this afternoon, where he : ,-.„ . ., „ L, a student at SouU^slem/Unui^'^Jf^^^r'^J *Xt vcrstly, after spending the Mr. and Mrs. S, E. Vail and Miss ]cnd with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mary Virginia Cutler, of Hot E. M. Huffman. Springs, spent tho week-end with Mrs. James Driver and daughter " ~ Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mahan aud Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Cutler, Tncy formerly lived her». Mrs. Howard B. Proctor, who was i.day. Posoy. of Osceoln. MrsDriver's mother, Mrs. ., shopped hei ! lie relations chairman, "The New "' Order In Public Relations." Station WABC. Wednesday. March llth. 1:30 to 1:45 ]>. m. Dr. Lillian M. Gilbrtth, national research chairman, "Wb- lineii ar.rt Unemployment." station klrjs quartet sajig two ealcctlons with one illustrated with nn electrically lighted cnxss; Mrs. John Ertrington of Osceoln sang two solos; Miss Margaret Elfrank gave [he welcome address and Judge Zal B. .Harrison inads the nrlncipi talk. * • • Club KntcrUiintJ. Miss Agp.cs Barton was lx>stcss lo i thc Nicla Bridie club Friday evening a!, tha homo of Mrs, Henry H. Brandon. In the contract games Miss Carolyn Pride won tho prize. The Sajnt-Patrick moid nas em- phasta*l.;.jn::,tlio delicious salad, sandwiches and cakes served with coffee, • • * Jewish Aid Society Sponsors Entertainment The Jewish Ladies Aid society entertained 75 guests at an entertainment last evening at the home <-• Mr. and Mrs. Joe Isaacs. In the various games nnd con- s«rlous!y injured when struck by | an automoblla lost Sunday night, is slightly • improved. Her mother will arrive within a few days from New York city to be with hor. She is at th* Blytliovill» hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Theodora Logan had as their gueit* Sunday Mr. amtl Mrs. Otis Shepherd and dausrh- ter, Wynetto, of Jonesboro. Mrs. L,. E. Davis ha« returned from Hot Springs where she was with Mr. Davis who Is there for his health. Mrs. Jack Bishop,, who has been ill several ciya, is better today. Doropiy Jean Hlgginson, daujh- tc.- cr Mr. si'.d Mrs. W. C. llig- rovlng afler several Mrs. A. Cancer and Mrs. A. S.! fcDanlels. of Sennth, Mo., were if visitors In tho city during the week-: end. Mra. Epperson has returned i from Memphis where she visited I ' "' mm ' 3:45 to 3 her daughter, Mrs. A. E. B. was the Mary Outlaw, yesterday. ! p. in. Miss Esther Ogden, executive "•, Mcrelary Foreign Policy associa- is i tion.il Goodwill." Station WABC, Mr. and Mrs. Everett B. Gee were visitors in Memphis Sunday. Mrs. A. C. Word and Mrs. E. S tur QJIUH B. Dickey Jr., Memphis. v ' Randolph Patton has gone to New- Orleans from where he will sail for Franco where he Is to spend the i next three months. Miss Halite Wilcoxson spent the week-end at Paragould with her Friday. March 13lh, 1:30 to 1:45 ,p. in. Mks Marion M. McClench ! president National Federation ol i Business and Professional Women's Cmbs, "Eusin Station WJZ. 'Buiiness 1031.' utilized by him to illustrate the principle of elimination. In order to successfully perform the operation of elimination upon your adversaries, three conditions are necessary. 1. The declarer must be able to win all but one of the remaining Irlcks. 2. At the lllh trick, the declarer must, be able to play a winning card from ono hand and at that time have an entry card in the other. 3. The declarer must hold in either one of his two hands a card which Is the second highest remaining in that, suit. Thati this deal should be played! at hearts cannot be questioned,' The hand was submitted in. the contest as an illustration of either tho squeeze or the stripping play, To my mind, however. It more naturally lends itficlf to the squeeze. Tile theory of the stripping play is to otrip the hands of certain suits and force opponent to lead tho one and In the stripping proceu West leads that losing diamond which East trumps. On the lead of tho third club. South Is forced Into the lead, and compelled to open spades up to East's major tenace. That looks «sy, and ecorw g»mo successfully, but only became Souti holds the queen, jack and 10 of club* and cannot eecape the lead at the fatal moment. Let's see tho other side ol the picture! Cannot that small diamond in west's hand be kept to force South into fatal discards? If the squeeze is to be applied, the first eight tricks can be accounted for by East by leading out all of the trumps. East will then have left his spades and clubs, commanding each, South, forced to hold his diamond against West's threat, will have room for only four other cards. Apply the squeeze, and South is forced to unguard his c!ube or spades or discard his good diamond. In any one ol the three cases, he is fatally hurt. If he attempts to protect his spade he Is stripped of his two remaining clubs, thrown In with the diamond and comes a cropper by having spades at the close. (Copyright, 1531, NBA Service, Inc.) Homer Griggs, Cardwcll, Die* After Long Illness OARDWELL, Mo. -Homer Grlggs, died at 1Z:2S noon Friday at the hospital at Paragou'ld. About five weeks ago he underwent an operation for appendicitis at' thc hospital at Paragould., and was liter brought back to hb> home- Last Monday, his condition becoming »-orsd, hr> was again taken to the Paragould hospital, where his death occurred Prldjy. He la survived by his parents, Mr- and Mrs, Otho Griggs; five brothers, James, Talbert, Charles 'Buster" and one baby brotlur; and one sister, Mrs. Amy Hyde. He was a student of the Antioch Grade School, and was one of the star basketball players of that school, He was also a member of the Antioch Junior Quartette. Funeral lervlces were held Saturday afternoon at Christian Church in Cardwell, the Rec. Hope officiating. The Antioch Quartette furnished vocal music. Burial in Cardwell Cemetery. Funeral arrangements were in charge of Howard-Anderson Cc- The Antioch school was dismissed Friday ae scon as thc news of the death was received. To Present Program Ah liiterectlng program, to bo followed by a social hour, will feature the meeting of the Senior ihgh schcol Parent-Teacher association Tuesday afternoon, 3:30 o'clock, at the high school auditorium. Paul Elam, city, was dismissed from the Blytheville hospiitff. Women Can Have Velvety Skin Just try this new wonderful face powder, MELLO-OLO. Spreads smoothly and p'reveJita large por«» Blends naturally with any complex- ion—«t«ys oh longer. MELLO-QLO is p'ureet and finest face powder made— its coloring? matttr approved by United States government. Fresh, youthful—never dries skin or makes it look ijaky'; G«t MELLO-GLO. Kirny Drug Co. —Adv. 9 desired, plished That Is usually accom- by drawing opponents' trumps and leaving at least ope la dummy and also hi closed hand. In either event the play starts with three rounds of diamonds. Hole that the dummy is now left with a losing diamond. Immediately the adversaries' trumps are Weak, UNDERWEIGHT bodies invigorated with NEW STRENGTH Hollow ind lunken places fill out! Coldc, fla and Toc wltli , the red^lood-ceUf and thc tody there- lore has leu resistance aEainst farther eiM alucks! Every spring countless thousands taVp S.S.S.— ike purely vegetable . tonic— to build back their red-blood- cells BO that they may hove that Tieiu strength, which makes for e keen appetite, firm flesh, a cleat skin and greater resistance against Infection and disease. You, too, will want to take S.S.S. for this .very reason. Select the larger Ei»j as it holds double the quantity and rep- reienta a price saying. os.s.B.Co. very Spring take S.S.S. Tonic .U's DonaU. of Savannnh, Tcnn , Koscoe Crafton has returned fro Miss Cora Lee Coleman is in Osccola today on business. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Green spent yesterday In 'Osceoia. Herbert Hooper and White Dou- tests prlzts were awarded to Miss Mortis, accompanied by- Miss Leone' CaUlcott; • piano solo, "Rustles of Spring," - MSB Virginia Terry; violin number, "'Ah, S-.'W Mystery of .Life," Woodro^ 1 -Fisher,.accompanied by.Hiss Lillian'Bnscse;-vo- cal number,'"JeaiV-'Mss. Paul L. Tiptoii! accompanied by Miss Margaret Aferrltt; musical reading, Mils Marie -Moon, accompanied by Miss Mnry Cummings; piano selecr. • tiOKS, Miss; Lorria. Wilson and Maiirine Brancoh; reading, "Moth- . . gift-was hosiery. Delicious refreshments were served! Out of town Elicits v;cre: Mr end Mrs. Meyer Koo(lle;nan uf Bonne Terre, iio.. Miss Esther Bernstein of Cliirksdale, Miss., Hannah Welnuerg of Wilson, Mijs Esther. Bindursky, Herman and Albert Binduisky of Lepanto, >!r. and Mrs. Meyer Oraber of Kennett, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Shaln- tim of Haytl .Nathan Lynch, Fil Saphian and Miss Bernice Saphian er Says," .Mary LouLie' .Waters, Ben nnd BUI Wolfsan of Caruth- nrand-danghter ot • thj guest o! | evsville, Miss Eva Bsrkowltz of !i°nor. '- ' • Porta^viile, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Misses Hinnie Matthews, Lo!' Max Barowsky ol Manila, Mrs. M pivis, Clara Rabia, Cora LM Bald- Cohen of St. Louis, Mr. nnd Mrs, :-dge ana Cora Lee CoI;Tun m:'' E - M. Jafie and daughters, Mr, i-lL-i. JIari; Eiehman presided r: ' ••'•& '^rs M. Riibenstein and fam- ihe attractively decorated refrcs'.i-1 '' v i Mr- and Mrs. Adolph Weinberg liient \Atls. j and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. M * * • '- I Silversteln and daughters, Mrs Rose Goldberg and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Willam Nichols and family, Mr. an Mrs. L. K- Harwarg, of Osceola. Women to Present 'Comedy Plar. Circle 2 of the Woman's Missionary society or tiic First Methodist their guests Mi-, nnd. Mrs. Meyer No3d.lo.man of Bonne' Terre, Mo. Ruohs R. McGaughey, who has Of Music Used For Ancient Nations," Miss Anita Joyce; talk 'Sketch of Lite Works and Works of Chopin," Miss Thclma Fox; 30 minutes study course conducted by Miss Minnie Lee Jones. Besides the Club members Miss Jean Bourliuid, a guest played several plnno selections in the social hour. Other guests were: Mrs. Willis M. Cox, Mrs. Byreans and Mrs. O- N.-Hawkins, Boylce-Meacham Mljn jSalllo Mcacham and Mr. T. J. Boyles, both of here, were united in marriage Friday with Justice E. D. Walker performing- the ceremony. RITZ THEATER Last Time Today See Kim-ell's new loading- liuly —the goiftjeotis continental HOME THEATRE Last Time Today Your Best Friend Will Tell You— clnsrcli will present an interesting .. . program at the church Thursday M " S1C c '"^ M "i' s i evening, 7:30 o'clock, in the f«rm of i ,. Tr ' c McUo*''<:>l Music club met a musical program nnd burl--squ- i s , aturd! »' afternoon at the home play. .Uf Miss Minnie Lee Jones, teacher. Mesdanics O. C. GansXe Frank l', h Misscs chris!ir >e nnd Jose- C. Douglas. A C Haley' F D ! ph!c ' B i Trans M ^ Miss Anita Smith, O. N. Hawkins, E. b Fcr- J °L CC as ^' los(osscs - giiiton, V. G. Hollai'd Emma S ', Jif s . Mnr sa r(;t Ozmcnt presided Biirney and Mi=3 Hilda Holland I'" tho busln(1 " wssicl1 a1ld for (iw ' * » ., ' Miss Junc Workman; trio. Misscs n • / t0n 5nd 2;>! Josephine and Christine Byreans , will be pven to tne circle , and Geraldinc Freeman: talk j "Folk Songs." Miss Colleen Hol— " ; ^ CD.vlIn»nU' Miss Reynolds. Miss Elizabeth Blythe was hos- lea to three tables of bridge Kat nrday evening complimenting Miss, Martha Heynolds who was roturn- ing to her home In Hayti after liaving been employed . here, Each guest showered thc honored guest with handkerchiefs for parting remembrances. In the bridge games Miss Katherine Buck-ley also received a prize for high score, perfume. HEADACHES Needn't Bother You Long TF you*ll go to your druggist and get a bottle of Capudioe you'll be amazed at tho quickness headache suffering will completely diuppor. The refreshment plates attrac- i Being liquid, Capndine acts immcdi- ;tively emphasized the Saint Pat-!«ieljr, often in one-third the time | / rick motif with green bread ham j required by other forms. Jf "-ont.Tins sandwiches, Green fruit salad, a no narcotics, docs net disturb UIKCS- green ice and picSles. " tion and is approved by Cix:tjn ur.i I druggets. Fvcr- Comedy and • Novelty. cws n D d Comedy — "All I Quiet on the Canine Front".! .Matinee—10 and 2nc and -lOc ^fatille<l and Night—10 & 25c Coming — Jo!m Doles and! Lvipe Velez in t—15 and '10e, Show:-, in Aflcrnoon 2 Shows at Night. and • ! Coming — Tuesday, .Wcdno.s- • i day &• Tlnirsday—1 Briclfe Cinb A new bridge club has been or- giniwd among one o! the younger headache, relief comes very *;-.'!ckly. • resday and' Thuisday. Sold K^mZKncs, '.of. mf & tef !,SB ,3 1^-3-Tuesday. Wed- ; ^^ jn ~;^ -^™,-j i KKXER". AN ENTIRELY CHRYSLER SIX SMARTEST, SNAPPIEST SIX IN AMERICA 895 FINK, big Six with a , whcclbasc of 116 inches, and a 7o-hotscpowcc engine that will show you something ncv in pick-up, speed, smoothness and endurance. An entirely new Chrysler Six styled like the smart Chrysler Eights. A new Six with a double-drop frame that creates a very low center of gravity—giving thc car a dashing effect in appearance as well as a perfection of balance that benefits both safety and performance. In body construction, the New Chrysler Sir ciccls its price field as clearly as it does in its chassis and its engine. It has a steel body that combines tremendous strength with rich appointments and comfortable roominess— a motor car body that really protects you as it carries you silently and rcstfully over thc miles. This car is now on display. You will have to revise all your value standards when you see it— for it will give you new ideas of value. CHRYSLER Six-Cwpt js$y, $88); Sedan fS$j. Flrt vsre or rood *ttcls standard. AH prices f. o. h. fictorf. Fowler Motor Co. Blytheville, Ark.