The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 17, 1933 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 17, 1933
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COUHIER NEWS TUESDAY. OCTOBER It, 19.33 Reductive Double Is Best Weapon For Bridge Defense Social Calendar I Federation Executive Board im-\&ii7C-r-i ft VC? EilllPKII'C • Will Meet Here Wednesday j WEDNESDAYS Lunclicon meeting, executive board MU,iissijipi County Federation of Women's clubs, at Woman's club. U. D. C. Benefit bridge and >ook party al home of Mrs. G. S. Barnes, 2:30 p. in. Elmwood Cemetery association meeting, 2:30 p.,m. Central Ward I'. T. A . 3 p. in. Olflccr.i and oommiU'T nu-ii of '.he Mississippi Federation of Women's clubs, who, comprise the gather here chilli'-.(if Uir IOIIIHV will fiirnkJi Ihc lies County Bits oj News Personal exci-uthc Isoiird. will S Wednesday for Tin- luiiUu-uii !.-> lo tx; held »t 'i o'clock. Members n[ tlie hoard arc: Mrs. Delphian Fine Arls club meeting at Hotel Noble 10:30 a. in., followed by president's luncheon Elmv.ood cemetery assoclallon meets with Mrs. U. W. Mulllixs at 3:30 o'clock. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday Luncheon club, Mrs Ross D. Hughes hostess. Mrs. B. A. Lynch entertaining Mid-Wrek Bridge club. Thursday Contract club, Mrs. G E. Keck hostess. Thursday Rook club. Mrs. C. E. Wilson hostess. Church ot Christ Bih'.c study, Mrs. Herman Spicer. ot Uixora, hostess. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Music department of Woman s club, at home ot Mrs. K. P. Pad tlison on Kentucky ave.. 2:30 i> m Fidclis Sunday school class, First Baptist church, Mrs. Knsscll Fan- hostess, 1:30 p. m. Mrs A. J. Thornton. Mr. Mrs J. B. and Miss Mary Edna GRtlln, of Morganneld, Siy.. «« guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. tv Mr. and Mrs. George Whit have returned to their home U Tampa, Fla.. after a visit with Mr White's parents. Mr. auo jerry While, nt Promised wrm. Mrs. Ida Crawford has re urncd from Memphis where she attended to business for several days. To Have IVix Sum'". There will be n bos sii|)|>:r Gosnell Thursday nlghl. the pro cecils of which will be used lor th new Gosjwll community church. Ls- tensive preparations are bcliH made for the large crowd cxpcctec to attend. club. .chcon meeting at the Woman's i Kdringlon, president; Mrs. L. G. ,Hyerlcy, l.enchvillc, vice president; Plans lor the coming work of the Icdcnitlon will en up with the teaiillficiitton pro- : nlo]lu : V( , r (M-nin to be launched. This Is the ; • third of n nve year beautillcation ] ' rn ' M] program with the benntlfylng ol the hlpluvays as the project now bolng undertaken. Frank and Alvin Huffniiin Jr.. wiio attend Mississippi college al Clinton, Miss., spent last weekend at home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hatclicr hive K their guest Mrs. L. H. Haul! of Oalveston, T«xas. Leonard W. Holt jr., eight-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs Leonard Holt, underwent a tonsllectomy u Morris, Blylhci'lllc, j Ui c rjlythevllle hospital today, rlmrnt chairman: j^tty Jane Sinlfii. daughter ol for. niythevillc. cit-' Mr . oml MrB . .j. Raymond Snilth, Mrs. 11. II Join's, Osccola, seeit- Mis. Walter Wood, Lnxoni, " jcorreinondini.- secretary; Ml. E. F. ' niylhnillc, historian; .muel Mr*. C. E. C I., b. Mitchell, Os- )s ln from diphtheria. „ ,.r Miss Max[llc Crool{ re i ur ned ycs- lerdjy from a briej st:iy in Mc|ii- d an Intensive drive for tills pro- (lay for the weekend and Mr. mil nell drgve down for them Sun lay. Mrs. Mai-y Sutton Ls sllgWl letter. She has been ill sever* days at her home with htr dauyh er, Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Mr. and Mr*. Hugh Nclfio riiompton und .son, Morris K|ng, of Memphis, are guests of Jdrs. Thompson's sisters, Mrs. i/conor'l W. Holt and Mrs. Samuel P. Nor- rls, and their families Shirley Ann WomacK, gour year (j'.d daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Womiiek of Memphis who formerly resided here, who has liecu cililcally 111, Is now - bcttcV. Mrs. J. Nick Thomas returned today from a visit in Memphis with her son, J. Nick Thomas jr. Miss Kilty Newman lies returned from Memphis where she spent the ucek-end. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Blythc and their Today's Contract I'roMem The following hand gotnc- whrjt resembles .1 double (Jinij- my problem. North and South lo make live rliiiinomlK with Weft «|ieiihiK the kinn of hearlH and shifting to the deuce of ilinmoiiilx. 4 K 9 3 '> V ID * KQ.H 9-132 4-f K7 I 3 • A9 C 3 + AS Solullon In next Issue. IT J«V WM- K MvKKNNKV Sfirrlary, Amfrifan ISriilRC V None « (I J fi 5 #J K73 2 VAK9 T 7« 2. » AK N \V K * 1096 4 18 S S 3 I 4 109 «5 «QJ 10 S 4 3 17 be opening on a psychic and your I'.rotcction is the deductive double. Here iirc three examples of bid' has refused to answer to the one over one force, 'llierefore, West tnould double. An excellent example of Hie deductive double is given in today's hniid. South, who was using a fystcin of bidding whereby . he opened first nand will) two and cue-half quick tricks and a btd- c'oble suit, started the coiitr;ictlna iiilh one heart. I »m sure (hat many of my readers in Hie WcK position immediately would dou- and of course. Boyili would out of his bad predicament. West eventually would have to hearts and could not make his contract. Therefore, West's proper bid is o pass. Noil' when North pa'scs, East will make the deductive double, South will pass and West will turn East's double into a double by passing. South can lalcc only five ding in which a deductive double is employed. First. suppose South were to Uo' a heart and West ami North pulsed. North liiivlng refused to keen the bidding open, Easl knows that West, his partner must have the missing strength Therefore, he should not allow Imnd to be played at one, but culled a hut West, with only his six Quick l r lcks, also would be unable to make any contract. (Copyright. I03J, NEA Service. Inc 1 A new animal m the London Zoo Ls called a "llgon," being Hie offspring of a tiger and a lioness. family have returned lo their j .jo,,,,,,,',,,, rcC Lntly asked mo what home in Detroit, Mich., after a , t hoii"lit ihe mast powerful de- fiionld double. This Mr. Blythc's mother.. r™ s iviAvrapon in contract bridge.! deductive doub!?. nl ' " ml ,« UElllcl ' j ;My answcr-thc dcduetlvc double. | AaM}er fx a.nplc: South bids ins,) »ere accomp.m- m ^ n ^^ ( , |)|K)1K , |US Of>!n ( | lc ; cnc , „,,„,_ W esl passes, North •111 !«• or a .. , low In collcse. Each member ha!>| welfare; Mis. r.. II. Tcntord, Oscer been asked 10 lake one dollar to; 0 ] ni gsiistniit: Mrs. W. W. Hawi . . . be luncheon, to be used for tills [kins. Dlytlievlllc, nciull cducntlon; uml. Women's clubs and Orrcl D. Wyatl, both of here; Mks Rachel Crouce and Dallas Hfiislcy. both of Manila; Miss Arzona Johnson ot LIISOIIL. and William Thompson, of Curulhcisvillc; A/zelle McCce und Lawrence K. C. Uingslon, Luxova, pjibllc [ J< «P h R(;v au(1 Mff . w j ^^ and the Rev. Everett Patton o! Koiser went to Corning, Ark., yesterday for the luncral ol o. A Nance of Beebc, Ark., who died Sunday. Mrs. M. O. Usrcy hai - roeoverc? jMrs. S. M. Hoilues, Osceola, intcr- varlous towns! national relations. nell Bums, both of Viola. Fulton [ i r om" a 'brlcf Illness, county, Ark., were married In Os- ceoln. The ceremony wns ]K-r- formed by Maglslinle G. L. Waddell. Fred Feruuson and MiEs Omeli.i b Mtss «-hn will visit tliom Evclvii BW e 1 contract Ing. you first must assume l.:ds one spade. East and South . | ;imt they have a definite amount', puss. WcU now. knows that South. Head Courier News Want Ads. ol strength. However, they .maylimM liaj'c bill a i»ychic. as he Box Supper At Gosnell, Thursday Night Benefit New Church Fund ALL ARE INVITED Lester, both ol here; Miss lillln Lo»l I Montgomery, both of Keiser. were Methodist Women Have InUrrstint All Hiiy Mrct. The 33 members ot the woman: missionary society of the l-'tr?' Methodist church who attended Uf ail day meeting at the church yes terday were greatly inspired by UK programs wblch dealt willi the Bible and mission studies thU trou[ has been havljig recently. In tlic forenoon Mr.=. Crawfor: Greene spoke on "Adoration a n ( Praise." Mrs. J. Wilson Henry rendered a voice number accompnnlcc by Miss Carolyn Haley, and Ma: B. Reid gave a talk on "Hours nnc Wages in Industry." Mrs. C. G. Smith and Mrs. Harry Kirby sixAc on the aCtcrnosn pro gram. "Thanksgiving" being tin theme of Mrs. Smith's address anc Mrs. Kirby talked on "Hope.' Mines. Russell Fa IT, Paul U. Tip ton and George M. Lcs saiiR n tri 1 with Miss Virginia Terry at ti'.c piano. Hymns and prayers ai both ses sions added to the program. At noon a luncheon wns served -informally with each member taking' a dish. » * • rrcsbjterijn Group Conference at FaraRtwld. Representatives of the womn auxiliary of the First Presbytcrlai church arc in ParagouM tcday fo the annual conference of group which includes churches at Pnra gould. BlylhcviUe. Osceola. Uissel and Walnut Ridge. Mines. Kos Stevens. W. H. Easley, Leslie Hoop er. Roy Walton and C. M. Gra; arc attending. Mrs. Gray is giving the respond to Ue address of welcome. Church Fair IMannctl. The I.nke Street Methodist churcr win have a lair Wednesday iilsh' at the church. A silver offering will be taker and for amusements the church ]>coplc have planned numerous attractions. The public is invited. 4 « • Have Study Lesson. Members of the woman's missionary society of the Lake Street Methodic church had a study lesson at the church Monday afternoon witU Mrs. Lafayette May in and Claude Atkinson, both ot Itosc- land. First Churi-h U. V. I'. 1!. Council Meets Tuuljrht. There will ue a niccliug ol the B. Y. IV U. council of the First Baptist church nt the church Ihis evening. 1:30 o'clock. V'itil Old ychuolnulr A number of old .•ithoolnmlcs and jhumfi of Mrs. J. A. Northern tormccl her home at Holland last married by the llcv. L. J. Smith. E. S. Manor und Miss Ruby Manor, both of Wilson, were married In Osceola. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Ell Myers. Mis. R. C. Bryan and Mrs. Geo. Eilitnyton both of Osceola, arc attending Ihc meeting ot Ihc Pres- byterlal Group Conference at Paronould today, where Mrs. Ed- ineton Is In charge of the pro- rhursday for an informal dinner Mirly. followed by « gay rclicar- pl ol old times. Those present «rc Mrs. Arthur Cunningham, Mrs. Charlie Keith. Mrs, Jeff Sut- cn. Mrs. Ve-rnun Dodson of Sikes:on, Ma., and Mre. Stcllu Taylor ol '^(Jnsfs \Voincn'. 1 ; ;luh HJS A I'.irly. Mre. E. Z. Ne'.vsom. Mr.s. Unls 'lillllps and Mtss Minnie Mat- news entertained oilier members r' tl'.c busine.ij nu(l Profcssioiuil •/omen's club i'tid two ;;ne5t,s. S. Patterson, who spent the weekend at home, loft ycstcr- duy for South Carolina. Mrs. I'.it- tersoii and daughter, Vivian, plan 10 go lo Birmingham, Ala.; in two weeks where they are to make their home us Mr. Patterson will make his headquarters there. Fiay Jackson of Columbus. Ohio,; has arrived to visit relatives until November 1. Floyd WliUc is in St. Louis on a brief buying trip. Mr. and Mrs.- Herbert White ol Urbann, 111, who w-crc guests ol Mr. and 'Mrs. Floyd \VjUlc 'and family • for two days, went to-Ultlc'flock today. The- two 'Mr.' Whites arc brotherfi. .-• Mrs. F. c. Johnson. Is a patient nt the Memphis'Baptist hospital. Patty Julie Dayls • underwent ai operation for nprjcndlcltL'i yesterday al the.Ulytlieyille-hospital. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner his yaWMoorc,'which cclobrated Mrs.! "turned from Nc'wbern; Tent).', Hunt's eightieth tarthcay. Mr.'and where she spent-the vcckend. Mrs. J. N. Hunt of Luxora'• a!j>o! Mrs. C. G, Hircji .has recovered Attended Ihi- rcuiiliui. Mrs. Moore ! frum a week's . llliicss. Kn daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs.-F.I Mrs. H. H. Bennett and son, E. Hunt. I iiuyiHOiul.-went lo Memphis Fn- Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Driver jr.. I ;——— went to CliifHgo SRturciay where Uf/^MC'M u,l>A ^T vy ITI t~t i^ jnr^tv jram and where Mrs. Urymi IB [catling tlie devotional service. Mr. and ^fl•6. W. E. Hunt have as their gue.sts for n few days Mr. Hunt's parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hunt of Slanlon. who uccompan- led. them home from Memphis Sunday after 11 tinnlly reunion at the home of the iicv. ar.d Mi*. they a iv hc week at Ihc .ickscn. formerly president of the .v/scllvillc, Arl;.. club, and Mrs. World's fair. Misses Germanic Listen. lltilliird. and F.iy Sleuth and Mrs, 'monthly tiipes should Cotlon, weie Memphis vigors try CARDUL It has '/\ ouis Hlnlc of l^s Angeles, house- Simdiiy. • • - i. i . ucsl ot her mother. Mrs. H. L.I Mr. und Mrs. O. W. Knight spent n6lp6u 6O- cyr.olds, ul Hie Matthews home.) Sunday in Memphis. I . 11 was n Hallowe'en vvclner; Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Driw, Mrs. >nsl with the- usual spooky liicksiW. W. Prewitt and licr small son, -, minis? tin- quests. ecu- Uick, v/crc Memphis visitors Sun-; •sis Misses Mir/nrel Craw. Riilli day. i'lillworth ami Era Wright liedj Mi?. Ray Miutdcn. Mrs. Hill :r honois in cuitSaliiK advertise- ( Miller and Miss Mary Ellis Miller inius und Mi.s. Claruna- Holder; shopped In Memphis Monday, •on the priv.? for pinning tin: nil on th:- tnl. Such pranks! s walking ihj l-.oairi blindfolded j Iso amused l!ie -'Ji present. ; PlIYIffl Ai- Osceola Society — Personal lawn-nee Lester ami Miss zellr McGef were united in msr- : rinse Saturday nlghl. They wen- nttendcd by a sister of the bride, Robert Uoss, Thclma Grc»r and Lrora IVitchard. ' A (liuiglilcr. Chir;i I.avcn, wps 1 lio:n l;ist Wednesday to Mr. nmi ! Mrs. Don Coals. Ruben Ross. Thclmii Grcar. Li 1 SPECIALS COOU UNTll, Nov. 1st, charge. Galls Elects Officers. Mrs. J. W. Morse was elected president of the St. Stephen Guild Monday afternoon succeeding Mrs. Spurgcon S. Patterson, resigned Mrs. Olto Kpchlilzky was named vice jircsident. .The meeting was held at the home of Mrs. L. J. Laferly uho served cake and tea to tr.e ten present. The members sewed upon the vestrymen robes. ora Prilchard and Guy Coats Mrf. Marsh Ciillow.-iy of niythe- 1 s]x?nl Sunday at Kcnncll vislllns ille ltd llu- mission "study lesson i the former's paivnt.s. u "Hie Life of the Forcun Mis- 1 Hrttle and X.rllie Sirrlini: si^-nt ionaiy." at the meeting ol the: Sunday nlcht with Unn :nid Venn 'rctbyieriaii Ladies' Auxiliary | Barnes.- •-loiulny afternoon. Mr. ami Mrs. Eph lilce visited Fifieen members wi-iv rntcitnin- \ Mr. and Mrs. O. 1). Kl'.osds of -d at the home of Mrs. C E. Sul- 1 Kllrlcc Sunday. cngcr. the number Including Mrs. I Thclma Grcar of Number Nine limmle Prather who has returned ' -"pent Saturday niijhl with Lcorn o Osccoln lo make her home af- Prilchard. » t '.er a residence of ti yi'ar in Caird. ill. Mrs. L. S. Mitchell contrilnu- i -d lo the program un inicrcslin? I nay study of Presbj terinn ml'slons In Brazil. ' : An all day meeting for October !0. wns announced lo be held at . he country home of Mis. Gco. I Edringlon. Mrs. J. C. Scurlock WHS rlrclcd ' •iciidcul of ilie Chrlslinn Work- ns. woman orgAiiizatlon of the First Christian Church, al n mm- i tag Monday afternoon. Mrs W. I. Ramsey vas lumctl vice proidrnt. C()UGH . . . Real Throat relief! Medicated with ingredients of Vicks VapoRub OVr.PCOMES BAD BREATH Mrs Mrs. Gco John Rallies socrcltKv. anri Crcftmer treasurer. Announcement has been made ol the marriage of Miw Truly Ablw and W. L. Hay-wood, both ot Dl.icV Oak, Ark. The Rev. Alfred S. Harwell, pastor, of the First liaptist church, p;rformcd loe ceremony. IIKMOHPHOIDS (Vilcs) cured without the knife. S*ln cancer, varico^ed veins, ton- sih removed non-Mirjlcallj. IHIS. NUiS anrl NIKS OlTtcc 314 Main Vhotlc U» Two $11.50 $5,00 Two So. Ill) 1'ui'miiiu'nls ?8,00 LET'S LOOK INTO Tins What might-seem to be a complicated'recipe' becomes amazingly simple—-aneasydishquick- ly prepared'in.your own kitchen—when you see it demonstrated before your very by an expert. You-do-not.have to be a magician to change your most arduous household Usks into delightful pleasures.. Planning a meal, running a home, getting .the most for what you spend—learn how to do,theae things from this opted lecturer. I'ermnnfnls Mis. C. M.' Harwell li-ad n program lef.son on Japan at tlie rcji- •ilar mccling of the McthodiH Wo- ncus Missionary Society Monday Afternoon. Ports on the program .vere taen by Mrs. Margaret 1)nr- blcrs nnd Mrs. Eli Myers. Twrlvc members were present. F-illier Walker r.ncl Mi.-* Kdn:i Gilbert, both of O>.CfOi;i. wn-i; nvir ricd here. Magistrate W. r. lluii salt! the ceremony. Guy Jhr.crfon mul Miss Edna . Townscll. both of Hatscti were Mimmjc wcensts ISSHCB. -'-rrlpd al Whitton vlu-re M.isis- These licenses have b«n iss;ic: . . ,,, w ,,„., v id ., from the Blythevlllc office ol m0 r,y ' cotllily court clerk during the week- Tom DcDlnfcr and Mix, liavr- c»d: Mtes ' Esther Kinder and . _. ._ . .. Claude StrilUiwlcfc, bolh of U-ach- <;A!!l) or TlfANKS • vllk;''Miss'ElElc Cralton'and Rui- 1 : wlilli' id thank our iiuny ^ FCH'Masscy^bplh''.of Manila; Missj Iriends lor ihch expressions of Alma*Sulton and-Paul Ray Rlteh. j sympathy and flonil tributes In both of nere; Miss Burdle Kitchen j UK .death of my dearly beloved and Hiram Bloodworlh, both' cf; v.ife. Mr.-.. Marisn-t Wnlti-r. J'ascola. Mo.; Mto . Irene Bald:nj Ud Walker. I'U'iist 1 I'hotH- 22ii For Appoinlnit-nl n [' i LTi'ik'i 1 IManorc I Door North nt Klrti FALL SPECIAL $5 Pn'uuliful l > ol•tl•aH^ l''oiir •! s I) in .^ Ono H x 10 in mounts nnHitit 'I'liis oll'i'r is limiltMl. Gi'.l your ovdur in ustrlv. Bell's Art Studio SO!) for'Appbinlmr'nt NEW IDEAS NEW RECIPES MRS. GEORGE THURN AT THE COURIER NEWS DOORS OPEN Tuesday - Wednesday LECTURE AT Thursday - Friday AT 1 P,M . Oct. 24-25-26-27 2 P. M.

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