The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 18, 1933 · Page 2
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COUBIEB KKW8 WEDNESDAY, UCTOBEU Proper Timing Essential in Effective Play of Cards Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS' Thursw truncheon club, Mi's. Hoss p; Hughes hostess. NSrfi B.' A. Lynch entertaining Mid..Yftck Bridge club. Thursday Contract club, Mrs. G E. Keck hostess. Thursday Rook club. Mrs. C. E. Wllcon liosle&s. Church of Christ Bible sludy. Mrs. Herman Splcer, ol Luxora, hostess. FRroAY'S EVENTS Music department of Woman's club, al home of Mrs. R. P. Pnd- tiison on Kentucky avc., 3:30 p in. Fidclis Sunday school class, Firsl- Baptist church, Mrs. Russell Fair hostess, 7:30 p. in. Mrs. A. J. Thornton, Mr. and Mrs. 1. B. and Mlfs Mary Edna aallin. of Morganfleld, Ky., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Ev- nird. Mr. anil Mrs. George While have relumed to tlictr home Tam|)a, Fin., after a visit with Mr. While's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry White, at Promised Land. Mrs. Ida Crawford hns returned from Memphis where she intended to business lor several days. of St 111 at the Barnes hospital, Ls slov.ly Im- Before her recent mar W<IH Miss Louise Waklei CViss Oreanlwrt. Mir? Adah H Donoho's Sunday school class of the- First Methodist church had a hike Saturday nf- - terncon. They met nl th; homo of Ann Crook. The member; roasted wciners over an open flic which were Evrvcd with tlu-ir lunches. In a business session It was decided to meet again In two weeks when the name and motto will te. selected. Officers chosen were: Ann Crook. pKsidern: Hobble Ann Purvis, vice president: Elolsc Uar- ncs, sccrctaiy; Dorothy Cnrley. ^ treasurer; Mary Josephine Fisher, reporter., Qlrls present were: Bobble Ann Purvis. Mary Josephine Ftfhcr, Dorothy Carlew, Ann Ciook, Vt'r- Binis Hill, EmniR Kathoryn Wall, KJargarct Aiiken and Elois; Barnes. H»s Birthday Dinner. ..Mrs. J. E. Green entertained .1 number of relatives nnd friend Sunday in celebrating- r.er 51= birthday. For dinner n barbseued pig and side dishes were served. Included In those present weri Mr. and Mrs. Ross Banvors am family and Mr. and Mrs. Georg' Glsh and family of here and Mi and .'Mrs. Homer Colcman and fain ily of Memphte. others called dur- UNFATHOMABLE By HELEN WELSHIMEH. CEEDTIME follows harvest! comes after rain, |o»-|iHe, of Ben'lonia, Star ilusi tagi tlic twilight- No one can explain ,)ie guest of Mr. -'and. Mrs. Jake Huffman and family lor Hie week-end. Edna Katherinc Hale W HY the Groat Crcntor Fr< Hot Springs, «p;nt last week-end oin His throne of thrones Likes to sec n<xxl order In the world He owns. Miss Eve Harwell, who lias been 111 since Friday, Is now better. Mrs. Garland Morgan Is ill fro Jjl CO Jon'l n\akc Sal Reasons in a _7j(* Ar. to why 1 love ytni. **=x*r Please, dear... 1 ilbn't kni^vl who has been quite Mr. and Mrs. George Means and Miss Anne Fisher \isltcd In Cur Mhcisvlllo during tlii wccX-rnd. antl Mrs. Joe Wal«oi), Mis and Frant Rubber Magnates' Wliitworlh were In Caruthcrsvilln •Sunday lor Ihe rodeo. Mr. anil Mrs. O. D. Moullric. ol Mena:-hn. attended Mohday.' Prograiji Ready for County P. T. A, Meeting Frida The program committee 01 tin County council of I'arent-Teache asioclatlons Has announced th following schedule for the firs meeting of the year to be held Whltton school, near Joiner Friday, October 20th: A school ol Instruction for !'. T. A. ofTlccrs and committee chairmen will be held during the inornmir hour. Each unit will receive Ion points credit on Its ratine for lire year for the attendance of each officer and chairman. 9:30 a.m. Board of Managers, consisting cf officers and crainr.cn of council and unit presidents. | 10:00 a.m.• Devotional, flev. Paul. Galloway. 10:10 am. Welcome. Supt M C. Crlttcnden. 10:20 a.m. Dulles of Presidents of Local Units, Mrs. J. T. Lee. Joiner. Today'* Contract Problem Hern, is one fur iliq uiiillic- matlcfani-. Hie roiiti'iin Is four iiliadt'S. Kaai has cafhr'i! his ace anil kins ol rluljti :ii|il Norlh has ruffed Hie ihtni. club. North ciMi lo*c. only one spade trick to iiiak« bis ,-ou- tract. Wlial piny 01 ilu- :-.n1i ivoiilil ftaail the best chauru to win? 4 A Q £ 1 V K S 7 • A (.1 7 A Out N \V E A r A 0 c :: 2 V A QJ « K >: -1 * Out Solution In nexi I 1 K J 52 0 V K) « 1C (j ,1 4 * '•• i ;'. -i N W Ii S * A Q r, V I" 7 '} ^ « A UK S 4. AS A .1 S 7 i; « 10 7 l f K l! J i .-, 7 1 U f 18 Solution to Previous Contract Problem A. Lynch hav: »5.lhelr-guest Mrs., Lynch's sister, Mrs. n. E. GarlinKtbn. or Se'arcy, Ark. ' - 10:30 a.m. Publicity. Mrs. Car- iucr, of Oscc'ola. 10:40 a.m. Projects. Miss [{osa M to butiiK'SSJHardy. of Dlylhcvllle. 10:55 a.m. Study Groups. Mis. N. S • S A l-C In the play of the hrad, especially, on ercM-rufflm; hands, ihe timing factor is very important. A 8*0(1 example of the liming I factor in the play is given in tli2 ; following hand, which South play- j ed at' five diamonds . L " The I'liy i West opened the king of heart;. • and then shifted to tite deuc: cf ] diamonds. Ensi played the ten." dr- | clarer won with the rice, nitlc:! ;i , heart, with ihp jack or diamonds, ! and returned ;i spadir, wliii;:: !;: ' won \vit]i the ace. I He rulfed another he.irt wiih th: rtuccn of diamonds. Another r,pa:U i i was returned 'nirl West droiipc'.!! '< B. Menard, of Blytheville. Mrs. Hcndnrson Hall. Others on, Ili.we-Scrj;ciil. he program wrn Frances Bright vha playrd anil san^ "The Little V.'codpeckcr." a violin .'oV.i I'Thhd All Varic". Amy Ruth Morris, sons >y Ann Buchanan, violin selection "0\er tlir Waves", Betty Thinshcr. and .-. piano number "A Doat Uiilc". by Mary Joe Buch- Thcre were members, three visitors and three new members Evn Bcrger. Betty Thrnshcr and Virginia Haynos. present. For rcfreshn.cnls wciners and ninrshmallows wire roasted out of doors. . . Btncfll l-arlv Olvrn. ' Aiiiiuunccnu'iil hns been made of ihr innrrlaijc of Miss Myrtle Ser- tenl unil Frcil Hone, both of Hay- 1.. Mo. The '.01 vice was read by lh: Hev. Alfred S. Harwell,- pastor ol Ihn pint Giipllst church. To Have 1'jrly. Pecan Gi'ove News ' Mr" nml -Mjs. l^eonard Andrews liive moved.'to New Albany. Miss. Douglas Robertson is very 111 with malaria.; _' Mrsl MlnijlcMarlin of Burdelte was the guest of.. her dauEliti'r, Mrs. Moggie Htivcrson, .Saturday ght. . . •....• Mr. qnd 'Mm. Buford' Hnrvcrson ave purchased a.ii'ew ;car...-' Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wills, and illdren of B|irdtttf; *-efe 'lucsts .Mr. and Mrs. Will MtCauley 11:10 a.m. Publications. Mrs Kd Toulon, of Memphis. -. 11:35 a.m. Home Service, a speaker from Memphis. 11:^0 a.m. Musical Numbers. 12:00 m. Luncheon. 12:45 p.m. 1'rc-Bchcol Groups. Mrs..E. B. Woodson. of Blytherille. ! Discussion on school of instruction. BY WM. K. MrKf.S'SKY I Secretary, American Hrlilgr League Ihe ten. I Someone recently asked P. Hal Here's ul'rrt (ho timing cosnrs Sims, famous contract c\|)ert. what in. Declarer could sec that if he was the most Important faclor in led another henrl he would be j contract bridge, and his answer was, forced to lo.se n diamond and a "The timing' <fa6tor." In Hie con- elub. So his only chance to make tractlng you must tune Ills bid- the hand was to find Easi wil'r. ding so that'the proper hand b3- the hljjli club and the jack ana comes the declarer. ", ten of sp^deb. Suppose yoiir hand consists of '• He stopped cross-ruffing anj lc:l i good heart suit and your partner. a small diamond, winning with the has a tjood spade suit. The o;ipo-1 king in dummy. A jmall ch:b wns [ neuts have bid diamond?. Yuu holO j returned, South winning \vii;-, the the king and ten of diamonds ann ; ace. Soinh returned the nine o! At thr bingo party li> bu given Thursday evening by ihe Altar society of the Church ot'tlie Irii- ivacuinle Conception, -a live pig is tii be awarded ns nn altcndn.nce prize. Admission v.lll.be. 50 cents • • t Armoid V. T. A. TII Plan Carnival. At n me 'ot lh? Armorcl P The sum of $20 «ns netted from]'!'. A. Thursday afterncon. J:3i the benefit bridge and rook .parts' . o'clock, plans will 1 be macic for the given Tuesday adcrnoon nl the Hallowe'en carnival and bingo par home o( Mra. G. S. Barnes when ty. - 1 . : , , >. , . l ctchcr chplcr afxernoon. j /• j Unitf d paughters of the ' '"erncy sponsored tile afliilr Hook Tarty Given, Mrs. B. M. Matthews mid Mrs. George M. L?c had a rcok party Tuesday aflcrncon at the Lee home when they entertained members of the Tuesday Rook club nnd a number . of other ladies, making four tables of players. Roses and dahlias decorated th; two rooms ' u^ed for cnterttiinine and a Hallowe'en note showed in the tallies. A. salad course wns served with cake and codec. Contcd- for the U VIIL- lllltllt 1UI UIU fmicl. Mrs. Barneslll.ipll.il \V. M. V: :y s'pot: student loan and Mlrs Margartt Mervltt were hostesses. Included In the players were members of tte Tuesday Contract rlub who were entertained by Mrs. Mrs. Alice Womack U to be ! charge of li ie progrnni tomorrow . ...^..- . - -.--.- Vvj ITns a Program. Mrs. C. W. Affllck was leader o (he meeting of the woman's^ mis slonary union of the First Baptls church Monday, afterncon. May L Aldridgc. She awnrdert Mrs. t cl'.urch, when "Harvest of tlio Won • ton w. Klruy a lamp for the'In -South America" \vas Ihe >sub M * h scol ' c l' riM In ihe bridge games ]H izcs w L're , Ject. given at Bible Mrs. -W. M. study and II»vc Tarty. ' table as follows: Mrs- Mines. George M. Crow. i>i\vc lh offered praye I'aul L.iTip Charles Kindig and Leon Stllwcll were hosis 10 a dancing party given at the ho:iiD of Mrs. T. D. Rhodes last evening. A" negro orcliestra furnished nn: sic for dancing and other entertainment was »lven by Mrs. liuci codpor and Miss Blaylock. w;-c played ptano selections, and A. C Blayloc); jr.. nnd Loran Hogan, who rendered folk songs and melodies Fruii punch ar.d cakes were served ihrouglwut the evening. • • • Club Has a Diimrr r»rty, BrWgr fiamr. Members of the Young Matron. BrMgc club and their husbands me ai the ncme of Mr. nnd Mrs. Craw- lord Greene lasf evening [or th monthly dinner pcirty and bridg game. A chicken supnrr incmi was served before the card games in which Mrs. Murray Smart won bath ]»w- dcr for high among trc Indies anc' Hilcy.B. Jones, a lie rack, for the men's prize. • « « Duress Class Meets. ---Mrs. T. H. Kiynes cnlcrlainec 1 Ihe Dorcas Sunday school cln.=.> ol the First Baptis 1 .. church ai hci country home "I-cue Pine" on tin iouth highway. The 28 present enjoyed a pro- tram and in the biuine.ss .t.r^iop there was the annual ehction ol officers as foUcws: Mrs. w. M Cfco*, president: Mrs. Arthur R«thing. flrsl vice president; Mrs. A Wcrt.' second vice president: Mrs Hottle .Olilcspic, Ircas'.ircr; Mrs. T H. Hayncs. sc'.rnlarj-: Mrs Finn! Simmons, Mrs. J. B. Foster anu Mrs. Seaman. %roiip captains: Mrs P.. I. Hahy, ' teacher. For! the program Alia Fay Simmons' gsve a reading, there uai f Morj' by. Mr. Junior Ramsey and Mrs. Burnett i.fftrcd • prayer. Mrs. W. M. Crcv: was |n chnriic ^f Ihp 'Eoclnl hour during which •-,' Ihe hostesses. Mines. O. W. Lc»is. Simnions and Hayncs sexvcd a '. 'lunch >itli coffee. Included in those present lames Fred Sandctur. Rtlcy n.lton nnd Russell Farr sang a trl Jones, Rlvjs Allen. L H. Mocrc. Joe Mrs. A. C. Blnyiock prayed. Mr " "•"--•---- ----- w. M. Williams spoke on". "Wor in Brazil," Mrs. O. W. Mulllns' ul . was on "Messengers in Argentina S. Dillahunty, J. W. Adnrns jr.. Gtithrie King. Ellen W. Kirby. Iler- unn Cross. Spurgeon S. Patlerson. Hunter C. Sims nnd S. P. Martin. '• and Mrs. E. l: Blomcycr fold; tvi Mrs. C. E. Wilson and Mrs. Mary i stories. The closing prayer w: Pc-nthcrston won prizes In Ihc rook snld by Mrs. T. H. Hayncs. sanies and Mis. Hcinr.ui Cross won' ° ' • the cut prize. : Son l!«rn A chicken salad course wns sen'- : Mr. nnd Mrs. Shields Edwan ed with collcc. O. K. S. Past :i irons day at the Blythcville hosplta announce the birth of a son t The baby weighs eight pounds. Hospital Notes ,mday. Mr. and •\ Mrs. ,1:00. p.m. Safety. Miss Winnie V Turner.-of: Blytheville. .1:30 p.m. The Seed for Change In; the Curriculum. . Crawford Qreene! of Blythcville. 2:00 p:m. The Parent's Part In thb; Change, speaker to be selected • Tiw Whition • school will have sandwiches ami coffee for sale at Larson Crump; ave moved. to Myrtle. Miss. Raymon'd . Wilson of Hicknian j as the guest r of his parents, Mr. | nt}- Mrs. '• A.' J. Wilson, Monday I Iglit.';' '.'• • ' Among those on ihc sick list this I cck arc .the Hudgens baby. O. A. i B.'ooks and Bill Robertson. I Mrs. Ji. L. Tolbcrl nnd baby Holland. ILivc a Luncheon Here. Past matrons of Eislcrn Stnr chapters wi-.o reside in this cily h;id a luncheon Saturday nl Ihc "itotcl N'cble in honor of Mrs. Carolyn' Admitted to tbc Ulythcvlllc hqs-' Siioiicnoaiiwr cf ArkuiiMs Cily. J plial: Mrs. Shields Edwards, cily; worlhy grand innlrcn o( the slate Mrs. M. F. Hay. liragi; Cily. Mo.: of Arkansas, and ll:c dblricl grand . i>,nn McKi'.incy. C.irulhcr*viUc Mo • deputy. Mrs. E. F. Bogiin. ol UK- '• Mrs. w. L. Styles, cily: Wilma orc l' Holder. Stcclc. Mo.; E. w. Wilson. Among- the i-;ghl past matronsj Senath. Mo. Dismissed- Leonard prcicnt was Mrs. w. w. Hollipjler I Hot. <-iiy; Fletcher Ballc-v. Holland. «To hns been a paM matron lor" 40 ycnrs. Conversation discldicd that some had .server! in Montana. Michigan and Indiana, in addition to Arkansas. Mrs. Charles Alford was <o;^t- iniMr<Ph ol ttic luncheon prcyr.itn it which \:oth Mrs. Sponcnbnvgc: ind Mrs. Itog.in S]X>kc. Miniature l-and painted navels bearing the imlgiiia of llu> order, were used us place cards nnd the centerpiece of the table was a Ijw bow] of dahlias. « t : » \ fr> Have ChkXni Dinner. "lh: WcmanVi Missionary Soi-i.-ly I the Lake Si reel Mclhodin hurch will wive- a chlckrn eiin- -,cr Saturday in llic buildlr.1 b<> wccn Ihc Nr-.i Mr.iel Clu'hing •ninpany and' lie Ci;i:<.-n IVrille :.fe for 35 c»-i'U. The proceeds will hi' p'.aci-el lh he gcncrnl tncsiiry. Netherltmd News Mrs. Miirk Truulimni ami si,.. Johnnie ?hop|Kd in Kcnncll Monday afternoon. Mrs. A. C. Blnnkciifhij) visited tier parents, Mr. and Mrs T. W Whittle of Blythcvllic a few'.fltiys Inst week. . ' ••>- '- : ' • Mis. Marston Rolnnd'. Mrs. Ed Lone Oak News Mr. nnd Mrs. B. B. Hodge nnel | on Fred, and Mr. and Mrs. 11. It., 0'No.U -spent- f riday^ in- 'Memphis where -Mrs.- O'Neal consulted n Eunice Brooks ol Blythc- ,'llie) si)cnt the week end wjlli her m'renls. Mr. and Mi-s. vcstcr Srooks. Mifs Alma Nccdham .'pent Sa'.- -irdny night with Miss Bciulona Hrioy. . . ;Mr. and Mrs. Vcstcr Brooks drove to .Cnruthersvlllc Sunday. Misses Eunice a'nd Bcrnlcc Jar- rntt' speiil Saturday niglil with Mrs. Alinu Holder al B!:.thcville. Mr. and Mrs. Odlc Hucy and children.. T. J ? ami Miss Bendonn ond Miss Almn Needlmm drove to' Cooler. Mo.. Sunday. . -Mr. and Mrs. Claude Carter of Blythevtllc vLsilcd Mr. and Mrs. Oiie Hucy Sunday night. Mr.: nnd Mrs. Erby HCK|I,V nnd daughter, Jo Nell, visited Mr. and Mrs. George Williams in Hlytlio- vlllc Sunday nlghl. Brother bcroy of the Lake Street church will preach here Sunday afternoon at 2:30. • Brother Finkslon of Holland ha; been elected pastor' of the church ere'for "the coming yenr. Brother inkslon. MrA. Lawrence Powel ud Ted Urock'are nllcmlmg.lhi onccbofo awocialion meeting a: icfscngctrs from Ihc Lono Oak hurch, Bill Wnkencld, Mrs. Lcc Moore nd Mrs. Bertha O'Neal arc sick Mr. -and Mrs. Joo R(xnr> o Slcclc, Mo., visited %Tr. and Mrs Lee Moore Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. IS. Rlcliaid.-*:] anc ittlc daughter, Rose Maiii'. anu ,Ir. and Mrs. Russell Richardsoi of Haytj. Mo.. vLsllcd rclalivrs hen Suneluy. the bidding indicates v.-nt you or diamonds, picking up West's las; your partner has control o! lh? club diamond and then led t!:;> last suit. You must become the declarer. to make sure that ycu will lose only one trick. If you allow yon: partner to play the hand at spades they will lead lliroui;h your kinj ahd.ten of diamonds and tlie stmi; Two ol .lie nation's foremost i-n:n- pclitors in tlie rubljcr iutln^'ry arc iiicluroi: here 113 ilioy Itn ;i diamond. East was forced 10 discard his, tiuci'n of clubs. The eight of clubs: closed hearing or the rubber tocic. (hen was led. East wen wit'.! the j '" Washington, D. C. -Abou- h slam will be defeated. fide, then turn nnd bro-.vn on the; I : I,,.„.,,. VV^ ....I oilier. ,jjii)i<uy \voiiny 'Use one of the prepared takin? i f\e i") 1 ]• ' " l • t iwrter biscuit flours on'the mar-!; VI 1 UlMlC S AlCl kct,. following the .'.directions on|i the package, to maVc ihe bakinsi-'- j.owdcr bisculti. ' j, • Lcllcrs Declare KITCHEN 1(Y SISTER MARY SKA Service .Writer Service . wrUtr p _* ^ ~ - - i' V ll > J '•£ ol satisfaction -to' b Tomorroiv's Menu BREAKFAST — Grapes, cereal, cream, bnkcd omelet with tomatoes, crisp whole ivlwiil toast, milk, coffee. LUNCHEON — Cream of 1:1-1- cry soup, croutons", head Icttncc swe?t •Mrs. Charles Aniick. I President ot the Library •Associalicn ' Blylheville. Ark. Dear Mrs. Atflick: school, -while fit tiicir work, to. be sober, industrious and highly intelligent. They display a working knowledge of current- affairs.n-i:icli tho It's a lot of satisfaction '-to'" W &Dic lo prepare :nid serve a simple meal when you arc perhaps not e]ti|tc In your "tecivs." Solh boys nnd girl? v.ill finti kcon enjoyment 'n cookiu; and Mother will appreciate her "tcccjs" from her routine. Sundiiy nigh', sisupcr is a 300d j meal to s'.avt with. Make your plars on Saturday and do any| reccssary lakms or cooking. Andj on't plan to iwnp'tlic icfi-ovcrs lorn the Sunday dinner. ' This menu may appeal "to you. .'s-'.soflKonal nno 'appetizing nnfl l^y to picpaiv, Sunday Nijht 'Supper . Creamed dried b6ef, broiled to- 'Dtccs. baking powder biscuits, jinenpplc march mallow .charlotte, nilk. lea. Mukc the elcsscrt Saturday" nornlng nnd here is the recipe. JIarshmallow Ch:u!olte One-hall cup whipping cream. ralail nut . pnddiu», -IIQW cider's" S'-' V'-- •••-'"-• ' " '' " DINNER''— with baked Creamed" uotatoes. beets, fruit and nut salad, cheese' cups, milk, coffee. is indeed surprising, and in past, before learning liovv they use the public library, 1 have, : been .at n loss to account for ihe surprising fund of information that ll:cy have. As I sec it. ir.ose students. The citizens of Dlyl'rcviiie .Uwulci i are so intelligently and induMrW-'.. ['not. uiily inainlain but improve ih.'ir j ously using our library, prcssnt th« '•! ; librnry. A library alTnrUs both in-; oiit.standing reason- why we should f\t I'formation nnd i-Jcrcntidnal'-'-f.ervlcc I keep and maintain that Htearj' up- ja (-,51,110 all business and profession:!'. I on Ihc highest possible standards *1 ' Very respectfully yours.--t|| Marcus EvrartJ. i'^l butlcrert i acts as a cultural medium of miderstaiidini; cn-ed;;; furnishes fur races a n d inspiration ;n\i Caruthersville Youth cncoura»cmcnt ior various lilies of creative effort; allords to a cerliin I cegren a solution to the problem . -of the wise n^e c,f iL'isurc time; i-cp- Lcg. On Gridiron ! rossiim a common Mr.d o! c03p;r- ' olive spirit m the community and Bookieg Champagne '. Shows Import Slump || PARIS lUI'i— The Saint-n^rrc' anct Miquclon fhampagnu bubble Roland and Mrs Ncvmnn ho|)|>crt in Hlylhcviltfjr-.rercnlly. . Mrs. Taylor Foslcr of Swift listed Siuiday in the home of her irothcr. A. C. Hlankcnship. Mrs. M. C. IJlankcnshlp has re cue ''gu:st;. Mi's, of ahawhee. Ctmlc Mwk Club lt»i: Monthly Meeting. ' Thcr; Etude Music dub met ThurjdRy. afternoon at the .home or: 'Alice Jirie Hester when tho •••~•"•— siudi'j'l Beethoven. Announcoir.cii' h.is hci-n m.idr til he marriai;: <>' Mij.s Anna Lox. f Lcachvillc. to Calviu Ynui ."inssicr. of Cmr.wny. the rcrcir.f .aving Ix-cn icrfnrmrd Snlu;d;iy ly the Rev. ;•. Q. Hoiii-. p.i> if the first Mi-i'.iodist churcli Jlaik-.-Smilli. L. T. Ashley MUs Aictliln Smith nml J.m.cs Harks, both cf this city, wen ";d In man-Inge Saturday bs nc Uc\. P. C}. Rorlc. pastor of tlii .^.rst Me-thcdlAt church.- • T<yb .p.layed piano .selections by (Ms Vciimpdscr. "Mlrjuct Iri G", l;av-ns: been tjlavcd 1 .by.-Alice Jane -.-. HtfeWi-.-hriil'.-rcJsarif; Da"nte f • by The marriage of Miss Kulhcrinc Frakcrs and Eugene Kcllcms. bolt :f Stcclc, Mo., recurred here Fri urncil from Senath. a two works visit a Kosaland has hurst after biiucincs cnortr.ous • riches to the' teak • island in the 1-2 cut. inarfhmallov.;, 1 1-2 iablct.poon.s granulated Eclntine. \-2 cup cold water. 1 cup crushed iiincnpplc,- l-l cup sugar, 1 table- ipcon hnioii juice. 1 dozen ladj ringers. Dip ;,( Paul McKinncy. son of Dr. j. n.! ;ltovn a11 ' stands as a wUe invest- MeKiimcy.'Caruthersville physician,, nieilt '" our >" oulh sustained a'brokcn leg in ;i loQtball | Von have my supper: nnd b;si ] fog of the Newfoundland Banks, r scr-immase 'yesterday and wns' wisi-.es [or a successful drive. \ How the bubble buist is revealed brought 'to the Blythcville hospital j Cordially yours. I h -' : olfic 'al export flgures for the ij:"f liei-c last night. ' belma M. Len'.z.'• Srst si:< months of IDSS. • .Young.McKlnncy's right leu was. • America cither has lost her uisl'e . broken above the knee. He wns re-; Dear Mrs Atflick- i for bootlegged champagne, or times \ | ported resting well at the hospital | l wain to tell you haw much Ii" re 50 hard shc cannot afford lf: n today. I thin i ctipics a well-equipiH-d library x-\ L ^\ J ' c f rr - consignments to the Is- j place iu the civic life oi I. ™ (rn ° ff Cal " drl . amounted to-. a2,lCO quarto for six months, this-, i I pieces. bsboi-s in eold walcr whei uiarthniiillows in small Whip cream until slid. Distillers Prepare for ..-Big Holiday Spree .CHICAGO 'i— American d!s : Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Hardin am hlldren of Ucll. and Mr.' and Mi's Slbcrl Meadows, nnti children o Lake City came Sunday :lo vlsi Henry Alley, who Is voiy 111 In th iicmc of his daughter. Mrs. Goodman. Mr. and Mrs. Klmer Crawfov and iinall ion. Elmer Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rector nml Mrs. N. E. Johnson visited n-l.itlvcs al Poplar Bluff. Mo.. Insl week end. Mr. nnd Mrs Buccy Owen spent Sunday with the former's sisler. Mrs Will Payne and family ot Ekron. Mary Kathryn find Clurlr-s Mchol. small chlldicn of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose of Oscculn. visited their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Rote, here «-- lUlers"'art prcpariiiK for a bic CijrislrrUs trade, and hopinc their ip'pl^'. 'laits through the holidays. iiquor'-.tp' quench the American thirst after the tlr.M biq ->prcc'' w|l|- h'nyp to be hniwrtcd. di-stillers toy. Ahierican dlMillcrles cannot possibly catch up with the ci-iiiand, before i\es( j-prlnB, they telleye. • One European firm, it M?.;. learned. has announced it Is rudy to start 20.000.000 bottles r,( chnm-' (lagnc to the United Statc^ »s roiwal". (s effective. . he . price v.hich tho •quired lo pay (,ir Ihe piwnt- American supply :,ud (Ual Imported lm s nni bcx-u dccinn] upon, but" onix distiller prrdlcicd the price.woulc| .lie about st ,1 (i uart for the best grades. Use n rotary, bentcr to whip the cream which should V:c thoroughly tnllled. Combino crenm nnd prepared uiiiiihmal'.nv.s. soak gelu- I'nc in cold water for live minutes. Erinr; pineapple to the boiling r<iint and add soaked gelatine. Reiqo^c at onco from the fire and ;'dd sugar nnd Ininon juice. Plncr the tiiucc pan ccplaillilli; [Ills mix- t.ire In a large pan of ice water <uid chill, stirring constantly. When it begin; lo thicken add the •.vhlpjicd crram nnd imirshmnllov.; loldln? thi5m into the gelatine mixture. To do Ihls. lift n spoonful of Jelly -over whipped 'c mbUiirc. mixing'it llghlly. 'tl;jp pp'cr cTTjis with lady fingers which have been spll 1 ,. pulling (he spill tide In.' Pile charlotte mixture lightly in the cups, cover with 'vasett paper nnd chill in the («box until wanted lu-icrvc. The iccipc makes four wrvlugs. Crcamtit T)rlcd llccf To mnke Mir creamed beef, pick ihc meat in iiuatl nnd cover with boiling,.water. Let ?!:inrt live mmutr.-i nnel drain. Dry tcluecn paper towels. U.-c 1-4 pound drictl beef. 2 lablrspcons hutlcr. 2 tnblospoous flour, Icafiioon \Kpp-~-; and, 1 l-'j cii|>o mlik. Melt 1 l.iblcsixwu butler in 11 smooth flinltow sauce pan. add beef nnd cook slowly unlil edges curl. Srarrh to Kind Unins TUCSON. Ariz. tUPi — .\rthnr Woodward, curator ol history -at tho Lcs Angeles museum, piinis to find ancient Indian rums, imdls- cernlble'lo ixrsons on tr.r -round, bj conducting an extensive aerial survey In the Eout'r.west. The 180th meridian is known ns the International Dale Line but Ir.PArp.nts, who .csmcifcr.the.cWc.line does not nov follow move his family here this week, Thr Rev. Mr. Cuuehlcy. ii nil- intorniation. wr must nlu.iy.s trv tr> live of Irr-ljnd, received !iis cul- j n mi^d th" S viiar'iilar."' wliich'ihe' ^GWafe the Cough Or degree in England and came Ubrarv --ccupirs in th- life or curl lo Canada nt the age. of 21. Be- • ' fore coming to Memphis hn held n pastorale at Philadelphia. Greene Will Speak at Wilson Meeting Thursday WILSON. Ark.—Crawford Circrm-. superintendent of the Blylhcvilk- schools' will speak on "Curriculum Revision" nt a meeting of tin- r.UDcrintcntlcnls and principals o[ Mifsissippi county nl the Wilson high school, scheduled for G:liO p. m, Thursday. f ithe-Wijson Parent-Teacher association "will ocnv a plalr lunch. Officers of Ihc county principals and suDcrintcnrtcntK be elected. community. An institution which ^rc'.ipie.' a nlost iinp.irtar.l place i: - . 'iL-.y ronnnunity ii ti:c pubac library. It Mtpplic.x a 'ncc-:i in tl:r 111: n. r the people of th.it communily- Ictr wherever there is a well-equipped library and that library if iiiT'iicrly mw<Jc u-^e of thsre ynu w;l! fitui lolcviitioii. cultun- iiiul r.--- riiii-mi-nt. J. J. Thompson Piistcir cf fonina:i:!fitD Cnnc-rp'.ion Clmrc/. Mt.5 c. W. Afllick. Cily. I)Ml Mrs. Alliick: This letter is written in re.sjXU!.; I wnte a Ict- my opinion, is r.cst iinp-rt^nt rrn^on (or Cold that Hangs On! 1V:. : isiniv co-igh.s ni-.d cnhis l-'-^.d ] ;o senni's Iroubie. You can .:rjp Uit-m nt)\i. with Crconndsinn. (•>; cmuliiiiLHl C:.':OLC:P Ihat i.s pit.i'jhAt :o ii'.kt 1 . Ciconmloion i". a new* i i-.icdicul di.-.covory .with lv.o-fo'.:i ac- liiimcd inrm!;iar.i:; ;ii:d InhiblLi :=erm prowlh. Cf all known drags, crer-olo ir. ..•cognized by high ir.cdic.il a;ilh- '[i j :ritic.s n> one cf Ihc greatest henl- I :iii; ngcncirs for porsls'tiH co'.ijh? I r,nd colds and other form.-, of iij| •iin.-at troubles. Crcomulsion con- • jt.mis. m iiddition ;o crcocot?. !J5J| '-•ilici lu-.-'linp rlcmr-nl.s ic-o'.hc and heal Ilic infecied.tnrtrr- jr.incs and .stoi> the irritation j>!!nn:ir.alion. -.vhile the crco. 1 .')!..i'^^s on to thr stomach, is ab:-,ih- the blood, anri attiickx 1 i: i.-jt of lh- trouble. I Crcomiflsion is gi;arnntecd ,stl- , 12 Jewish Emigrants; :;; ^^ rt ^ ri ^;;^ Jewish colony ot Ulrobldjnn Pic in the city. During the Insl few jvorx It l:a.>. on (he ;pct ii your cough or cold ii, not iclicvcd by Civoinuislon. Adv. Soviet nussia. As. however, mosl ol | ;eon m y privilege to be tnviicd oni (hem are too poor to pay the Pol- | Umlcro iis occr.siciio to go to the- ish pajsporl fees, they usually blgh sc ; 100 i i-.cre and tnko part in Rut rein lining tuble"xxT" S!ciCM lll ° rrom ' Cr li: . c P" y ', 1>oli<vl ) a small way in many of ihr-ir in-! uuu remaining inoicijioo..- ,,^. famlllnr with raids nr.d . ivi || cs T i lc , c invitations Have i lul of butter f.nd flour together until perfectly rmtxith. I'our milk .ever beef, add butter ar.d flour I'llxlurc and cook, itirrlr.g con- bypasses serve ns guides. Recently, four Jewish famillr.; of 12 jrersons departed. They liau- iK-on mlssint; since their departure ,'tantly until mixture boil.s. Sc.iton T i| P ln yMcry W ' 1S ™ lvc<i ;< tivities given me nn excellent opportunity j to observe tr.Oje students .it llieir j work. I; I find the sludui'.s in our l-.ipli' G. G. Caudill fJcnctal liiiurancc Il-C X. Broadway 1'hom: 70< ' them late Sunday. .. the meridian. an! serve furroumlcd by a border or broiled lumnloes. To troll tomatoes, wash and cut oul stems. Cut in slices, without peeling, niakitu the slices nboul 1-2 Inch thick. Dip in melted bliitcr. sprinkle with tail and pep; per. broil under Ihc flam:, of .the ra$ broiler until brown on one twelve. ago. Police had traced and NjgM or day, When you first i en; scl'cVng n( th 0 c r Titters'^dwi-i- begin to feel sluggish and 1 Mivgs'ctoihcs nnd oihcr j:ossc«ions need something to straighten belonging to the missing families out your, bowels. ^U> relieve constl- werc found. | patlon\'?£.take"a dose of old reliable, Questioned the smugglers con- mirr.iy^vcgctalile THKHFOIID'S r^d that they-had: niurdevod. nil g^CK-ORAUGHT Box Supper At GoHU'll. Thursday Night Bcr.ciit .N"ew church. Fund ALL ARK INVITED

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