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BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.)' COURIER' NEWS .WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, 1931 Denipsey's Dad, 73, Weds Is Society Calendar .• • Thursday '' The Young Matrons club hicetlns with-Mrs. .Victor limy. The Elliott Fletcher chapter of (he United- Daughters ol the Con- Jedei-acyiis meeting In Luxora • at trie home of Mrs. T. F. Hudson- Mrs. O. P. Mow Is having the .MU-Weei' Bridge club. . ' Friday - Mrs. A. W. Stephens is enter(lining tha Bas Na. Kra Rook club. • Mrs. Alfred S. Harwell is entertaining the Dorcas Sunday school cltss-of ihe First Baptist church with a birthday party. -.!fc{lss Carolyn Pi!ris Is. cn'.ertain- Ing.'tlie NighE Bridge club. : Miss Anna jane Branson is hosltss to .the Friday Night club of th* Junio.r ; h!Bh set. . Moris CIA 1 '. • Stoilta Gtfc«. ...TO>' \rfirXnowii composer, Grieg, T*J studied by me.nbcrs ol the. Junior Muilc ck-parlmcul of the .Woman'i club .'luectUv afternoon in a meeting ftt t'.'.e studio of Miss ^Sargaret Merrill, sponsor of the group. >. Miss Carolyn Hall gave tho life of Grieg and his works were dls- 'cuiscd by Miss Peggy McKccl. Piano selections wore given by: lUlss Margaret Shaver who play- 'ed "Morning". Kiss Maurino Bran son, vrho played "To Spring" mid Miss Lorna Wilson who played ''Sonata". <!«•» Has Attain ' The. Friday Night Club of Ihe 'junior high set has been having a number of Interesting aflairs since the group was organized several u-eelts ago. Miss Martha Ann Lynch was hostess for n parly nnd business meeting, Miss Betty Lee McCutcheon took the members lo the show- arid Miss Mary Elizabeth Boriim T/aa hostess- the same night for re- Irtsraents al Borum's and last Friday night the members attended the dance recital given by students cf Mks Ola Bob Harris. Miss Anna Jane Branson will ba hostess this week. . • • * * R. N. Ulll Jr., on 'Road Trip With Bud Members • R. N. Hill jr., sou of Dr. and Mrs. R, N. Hill, and a student at Hendrix college, Conway, is pianist for the HendrU.Band which is touring five.Arkansas cities this week This Is'UVc. 13th.annual tour of the band which is visiting Newport, R>rrest City, Stullgatl, TSItt and .Se&resviiSpcctdra tions of the programs to be glvci will be piano solos by R. N. Hill comet duels by Don Martin and Walter. Moffatt • ol Montlcello and songs by a quartet. There are 24 -members In tin band, selected from among the most outstanding musicians of the school. . • • • Senior P. T. A. Mwts For the meeting of the Eenlo High ation social subject -Training Young Girls To Be Hos- tfEStss" was discussed by Miss Fran- sr' • ' iW s "« /^. • : f ypillFFOH IH OPAl- IMr-YELLOW AHO WHITE WOU'T NEED NEfDAfJAIKICHECK IP YOU OWkJ THE SWAUK UMBRELLA BELOW. IT'S OF SMALL BIACK AWPWH1TE-CHECKS WITH SILVER 6AUV TOR.TIPAUD DRESS AT wt LEFT, WE-TWO COLORS ARE USED IMA MAU- UER.TOGIVEAPPEW ANOfc Cf HUGE- CMECkS. GRttUAUOVELLOv; CHECKED TAFFETA USED fORTilEVESTEE < AMD CUFFS SHOW! THE LEFT IS A GOlTOOTFrrCOU- SlSWGOFAJtRSEY <3UMP£R OF ALGERIAN! RED TOPPING A CHECKED SKIRT itf RED AMD TAN. ilt RI0IH6 HABITAT Till- RIGHT HAS A JACKET OF- BROWN MHTOU ClOTU V/nU BREECHES OF CHECKED WORSTEO-1M BROWN AMD WHITE. Bils of News•..•'; Mostly Personal " ' ' O&ceola Society—Personal Jack,- Bobble aud»loe Billy- Mc- Jlaney, sons cf Mr and Mrs. J, Ci Mcllaney Jr., arc now improving after a week's Illness from tcarltt fever. Byron Mackay, of Cariilhcrsville, wns a visitor In Ihe clly last'eve- ning as the guesl of Miss Kathcr- Ine 'L'awlor. . ' Mrs. Ii. lj. McDcarmnn, of- Lnx- orn ,'s the snesi of Dr. and Mrs. 1, U. Johnson today. , | Mcsdamrs f. L. Sto'«s .J. 'H,| Stokes,.L. S. Davis and J. V/. Bell,' of Maiden, Mo., shopped here, yesterday, Miss Mary l-jllznuclli Dinning, of Helena, will arrive tomorrow to be the hflu.'iguesl ol Mr. :uid Mra'. W. 13. Tanner for a week.' . i Mrs- J. F. I.eiitl. accompanied by Mrs. J. M. McFiirlaml. of Cnrulh- eravlllr, is In Memphis today., j Mrs. O. P. Moss i]icnl yesterday In Memphis. - • Jinnnlc Allf-n, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. B. J. Alien, h improving afloi nn Illness from scarlet fever. ; . Mrs. Berry !i. Brooks jr.. has returned to her home In Memphis after spending sevcrnl days withj her motliar, Mrs. Allan Walton., i Mrs. T. J. Barnes is a patient, all Hiram Pempsey, 73, falher of the former heavyweight • champion the Memphis Methodist hospital. | las j us t taken a third wife. She was Mrs, Hannah L. Chapman, 37 The literary department of the Osceola Women's Progressive clue was entertained yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. S. M. Hodges, with Mrs. John W. Bdrlng- ton leading Hie afternoon's lesson frcm the current issue of Review of Reviews magazine. A varied program Included the following talks: ••Intelligence and Future Society," Mrs. C. M. Hor"Japan and Her Nelglilnrs," Irs. p. i>. Jacobs; "Hard Times nd a Way O'Jt," Mrs. W. IS. Hunt; The New Aspect in America," Mrs. r. B. Eegraves. The topical talks ere followed by round tabie dis- usslons of the two subjects: "The Vickersham Report" and "Present. were served following the Lenten lesson. • « « Dr^ and Mrs. H. N.. Piilliam of Memphis were week-end eu?<ts of Dr. Pulliam's mother, Mrs. Puiii- am, and his sister, Mrs. G. B. Segraves and Mr, Segraves in Osceola. Day Conditions In India.' Delicious refreshments were serv d following the meeting. Kelsey Wright, nephew of Mrs. • • , LUlic Slsk ar.il Oonrge Wright, left " " Pridny for Fort Crook. Neb., wtare lie lias been stationed in the United States iirmy for ten months, alter visiting here and Ills parents at Halo's I'oint. Tcini. Mrs. U. '!'. Wolff, of Wayn? Clly, III., arrived yesterday for a visit with her daughter. Mrs. Theodore Logan, nnd family. Mrs. Sue K. Mason is in Carntli-: .\ Scries ersville for a visit with Mr. amlj Mrs. S. K. Swinney. j Mrs. F. f. Pox and Mrs. J. M.. Murray were visitors in Wynne during the week-end where tlicy They were married by Bishop Solomon of the- Mormon church, at Salt, Lake City. BRIDGE H. J. Hnlc Is a business visitor, in Memphis loday. Mrs. Tate Will Address P. T. A. at Wilson High WILSON. Ark., March 11.—Mrs! T. E. Tate of Armorel. president cf the Mississippi County Council of Parent-Teacher Association;, will address the Wilson High School P. T. A. at Its meeting tomorrow afternoon. Accompanying Mrs. Taij will be Mrs. M. L. Sumiiers of Osceolal chairman of the Child Welfare'de- partment of the county crjanija- .. lion, who is also on ite for a talk on i gress emblem. the national Mrs. Frank Howso led t!;e mis- lon study lesson dealing with mLj- ilonary work on (he Caribbean Sea, at the meeting of the Metlwcllst Woman's Missionary Union held in the church parlors Monday afternoon. Eighteen members ^vcre present. * • * The Baptist Woman's Missionary Union met Monday afternoon at Lhc home of Mrs. C. E. Welch for the regular Bible study lesson tak- from the 10th and lllii chapters of the Book of A=U. Rev. C. F,. Welch led the lesson. Delicious refreshments and a social hour followed the study and the short business session, The Presbyterian Ladies Auxiliary had an all day meeting at the home of Mrs. C. C. Ermen Monday for the study of a foreign mission text book. The Episcopal Guild of Calvary i church was entertained Mondov at of IfcifTlhiK Hands—A: Experts Play Them AHTlCI.i; NO. 153 l',Y EDWAltl) C'. WO1.KE Member of the National Cham - „ picnslilp Auction Te:un were guests ol Mrs. Fox's slslcr.: Th | S is ti , e n |, u)l of n ser!pg o [ Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tanner will U, tn . ral . rlu , ? cd bridge hands rc- spcnd tomorrow in Memphis. v > . j co ,itiy played by Cleveland's recog- Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Wlckham • ni , E(1 ' tj r j[| g( , experts, to test their Imve returned from Memphis where. ski] | „, ll:c p!ay ot jiiji cu it hands, two days. THO compulsory suicide is ex- Luxora Society—Personal The eighth grade class accompanied by Miss WiHna Tennyson hiked two miles west, ol Luxor.i, Thursday night and enjoyed a wei- Subslanlial.Gain Made by Library During Past Year. With n substantial growth shown mother. Mrs. E. M. 'Bryan, and during the past y.^ar the Blytlie- Oiniglitcr, Miss Ellen Bryan, villc. Public Llbnry now lias a totul The Rev. W. J. LeKoy, pastor of collcclion of 4,427 volumes, accord-1 the Lake Street Methodist church. Ing lo Mrs. II. A. Smith, librarian. I who underwent an operation for Miss Carolyn Hall has returned I pi a j, ;C [i today. from Hcriiando. Miss., where she visited her grandparents. Mr. ami I ^ Mrs. C. E. Emerson. . She vyns. ac-i companled home by her aunt,'Miss! Inez Emerson. .. -. : - ; • • > | The Rev. Marsh M. Callaway,! pastor of the First Presbyterian] church, was In Osccola- last nigiit for a meeting with officers of (he congregation of the church .-there regarding the annual every member canvass to be held March 15. Earl Koonu, of Springfield, Md., spent Ihe weekend with Mrs. Koonlz wlio is the guest of hir co iucslants seated in Ihe position played this deal at NORTH—DEALER •: WEST • -lfl-7 H-J P—Q-IO- 9-5 C— MO- 9-7 H-A-5-4-3 " ST D—K-C-3 S—S-6-5 r * •» ' H—K-Q: C ~' V3 J-9-6 D—J-B C—8-5-4 SOUTH—DUMMY '' S—K-Z K—10-7-2 D-4-7-4-2 0—K-Q-6-Z tr;imp. It is called ,, the home of Mrs. Charles Low- elarcr wins the I ran j t D . ^ Lo wraiice(s nd. and returns a notheJr ,' Mrs . Reb;l Dlvi(l50I1 o , more declining to TI,.:.-.-,..,,. >,„ ,,,^ n ,„ ,.;„,,,—,,„• he chooses. Dcel tr;ck In either hntid small heart, once raore declinin; play the ace. East wins and. leads any card of any suit. North wins, and now leads the ace of hearts. This last heart lead- literally icjurczes the very life out of West's strong defensive hand. Whatever We:t discards on this fourth heart, declarer must win all tho rest of ihe tricks. On combined hands which showed possibilities of only eight tricks he has won 10 tricks. losiiiR only the three tricks in hearts. Declarer must not play his ace till ihe foisrth round of hearts, no mailer whether Fast voluntarily continues the.suit or finds it thrust uppa him.' ., .. , . "'bu'the" hand, illustrated, in 5 : cs- lerday's article, tie tense ..was able to halt Ihe "suicide arueczc," bin on tills hand the defense is auso- lulely helpless. (Copyright, 1931, NEA Service, Inc. the "compulsDiy suicide" hnnd, whereas the tlc.il OlnrtratLCl in' yester- ces Parker. Miss Nollic Kerr's room was Friday from ti.rie III five honor-1 Us? !iliary now totals 1.943, siip- ing tho Oth "irlhdny or her dnujh-| pic-:*nt«1 by o:i hlsiur!c.il fiction tcr, Bettyo Jo.iv.. Games were en-1 '.';oks. i52 clnss'cal fiction and 22 joyed and refreshments of ire- • volumes of short stories. There are awarded the prize of $5 for having the best attendance of mothers throughout the first semester. Mrs. M. O. Usrey, chairman of the hospitality committee, was in charge of a delightful social hour when refreshment* were served in the home economics dpartmeat. ' • • * Club Meet* Mrs..May L. Aldrid?^ was hostess cream and. cake were served to tho following guests: B. O. Wllkins, Jane Richards, Melvlu Bernstein, Blllle Langslon, Herman Splccr jr., Mary Clay Boivcn, Dltsy Sllllnmn, Evelyn Shibley, Bennic Bob Hall. Frances Llvcranl, Posey Driver, Sara Langston Joe Ann Miller, Clarence Gibson; jr., and Robert Tilnian. B. O. Wllkins was a business vis- to the .Tuesday Contract club at| jtor hi Kennctl, Ark., Thursday. Ihe hccne of Mrs. 6. G. i Mrs Floyd A. WWto won the high score prite, a party baff. In tha'delicious salad served with toffte^thtre was a touch of Saint Patrick's day noted.- dub Bw Gntsfs »oh club nnd Crawford, Riley B. Jonnr .John W. Srryder,' l/Mtis Greene arid " Mrs. Earl Kdo'ntz of Springfield. Mo.,j •were guest* of Mrs. Edgar Borunv this week.' An appetizing tliree course menu waB served at small tables gay with colors appropriate to the coming Miss Margarot Moflltt, teacher of expression in the Lexington, Tcnn.. school, spent a few days of Ihis week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Moffitt. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Thweat were Osceola visitors. Saturday. Mrs. Rex Armstrong of Sliilt- Johu Cockran two days o[ this week. ' 10 bocks 'on religious sulijects, 31 volumCo of poetry, 12 volumes ot orations, 19 volumes ol drama. 38 volumes of biography, 29 volnmcs on travel. Tho collection also Includes 67 volumes of cncycluyjcdtas and reference books and 771 juvenile books. The library board Is at the present conducting Us animal membership campaign. Hospital Notes Hans Bedding, Sleelc, Mo., was admitted to the Blythevllle hooiiit- .al; JoyTurnbow. Blythcville. wo- dismissed. Claim Longevity Hccnrd PARIS, France, (UP)—Admirals of the French fleet can claim the longevity record of all French professions. Vice Admiral Bellanger Irish holiday. In the contract KoonU tot is 94. Vice Admirals Godin and „„,„] Fouinier and Head Admiral Servnn won thel are cncl1 89; R<!ar Ailniral Borcl n-cnt tn'de Brttizcl and Vice Admiral Bes- Manjr'-ip Allcr.d Church Dinner -There are 175 members ol the First- Presbyterian church expected! to- attend the annual fellowship, dinner at -the church this evening! beginning at 7 o'clock. i The Rev. Marsh if. Callaway is ! Gassy Stomachs Made Well in charge ot a brief program to be j "^ given following the dinner, served by a committee of the woman's auxiliary. Every person who Is troubled wllh ^3 In Lh ho stomach and bo'weLs t *« Plan Services Today .for Bourlaiid Child Funeral services will be'held Ihis afternoon for the Infant daughter of-Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Bourlahd, who died al the family home cast oj Rowland yesterday afternoon. Interment will be .made at Maple Orpra cemetery. Funeral plans are ta;charge of the Cobb Undertaking company.. ' < .lilcta nnj SCO how quickly they \s'lil relievo all distressing symptoms, isharp pains In the nbdomen or about the heart aro often due entirety to EM pressure. Sorncllmcs the circulation l> restrlcteJ. causlr.s the hanfli and feet to grow Dumb. U'suatly thcrft Is much gur^UnK or runiullnr In Ihe bowels. &lany aufterer* comrlaln o( a gnau-ine tfellns In the slomarh, extreme ncrrouanoss, heartbut-ti, orowtlncsj »ttcr eMLny, hc.nlichcj, dlny spells or labored hrcalhiig. Baalroann's GAS Tablets taken at roeal time not only prevent nil bad effects from t*s> but they Invigorate the weak ncivea ot tlie Elomacfi »nd Ol-'FICKR fcOUTHINQTON, Conn.. (UP) — 'Got out of town nnd stay out,' Policeman Leslie Brooks told rYancis Cooney when he found hin loitering Cooney jumped into nearby automobile nnd obeyed, was the officer's car. Later it wa: discovered wrecked. Will Kelp Club Members With Garden Projects Boys and Girls who are members of 4H clubs and members o( Wonen's Dcmonslralion clubs, which liold monthly meetings this wrok, ivill be given instructions in the planting of gardens, (he cure of Liaby chicks ar.tl preparation of and for crop planting. Miss Cora Lee Colcmnn. home demonstration n.gent, -M. E Crltz and S. D. Cnrp?nter, agricultural agents, agricultural agems. lave announced that meetings will be held in these communities: Tuesday. Manila and New Hope for 4H club and the Shawnco Women's club Wednesday: The Ekron club and Leachville Women';, club Thursday; Dogwcud 4H. club and Nesv Liberty 4H and Women's club Friday. The month of March is brins devoted to theso three projects by the Male extension workers so lli.it the farmers, I heir wives and mrn:bcrs of tlie -IH clubs may reap as much benefit as possibl?. lliroiich K^in- nlng (ho farm year's activili.v. day's arlirl- rculrl only be considered n.s t!ic "invitational suicide" hand. In c'.lK-r words, declarer cmi actually fo:ce East to "kill" West. ;" wins the fin-i Irick with the klnr; of l-.earls. He follows with the quern and V/est discards either a spaclc or a cir.moiKl. By tills time, declarer has sized! i the imssibilities of his own] Former Company M. Men Enlist in U. S. Army Unionlown, Ala., who Is visiting her, was a guest. Delicious refreshments > titan miles lit Tnrce recruits, including twi former members of Cumpauy M the local National Guard, have en listed in the United States army this week. ' Damon rook and Dan A. Burton, both of this city \vho have been with Co:npany M more than a year, were sent to Fort Snelling, Minn., third infantry. Joseph Hol- Irand ami lins found that he rail "'PBShead. also of her.?, went to score only eight tricks by brute lFort Rl! «". Kansas, for service in force; two tp.Klcs, one heart, two' diamonds and three clubs. should not hesilaic to permit East u ' g lo hold the second Nov.- if Eas 1 . 'cads heart (rirk.l third heart. rieclr.rcr slill refuses lo win tiick. If a fourth heart is led by EOim; persistent East, declarer wins with the ace. ar.d all Hi-: rcmniiilny tricks are in !he b:is. But the c\"pcrt l:n!di:ig least's cards should shift tflor the second, trick. Whatever else may be true, he knows that, his heart suit is no good. So he shifts to spades, diamonds or clubs; probably to diamonds. TO'NIOHT TO-MORROW AUIIGHI Tkt All- Vegetable Laxative Tomato Growers Take Notice»» EVstem to n restoring the w^olc dlRcstlve * ^ipcr working order. •aalmann'x On. 1 ) Tailcta— can be ob- ru^ store, Prlco In the yellow tained at any Always' on hand at CITY DRUG STORE Yda remember Landreth's Kcd Rock Tomato? Of course you do. Well, we bavc improved it and it is a fine Tomato. We also have brought out since then, "The Landrnh" which is an unusually early one, die Delaware Beauty, which is second czrly, and BloomsdaJe, which is a later variety CERTIFIED SEED This year for the first time, the Government of Pennsylvania 1 has certified three varieties of our Tomato Seed, Marqlohc, Greater Baltimore and Bonny Best. Buy there. All our Tomato . Seed is sold in Lithographed cartons of '/< nnd '/$ Ibs. All Certified Tomato Seed scaled with the Government seal of Pennsylvania. 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The gaa rung about 20 miles per gallon. Al limes I pull a trailer whenever I have a bulky load." Many oilier Ford owners report ihe same aalisfaclory performance. Every part has bum made to endure — lo eerve you faithfully and well for many thousands of miles. TIIF. NK.W Fnno Tenon SEDAN HEADQUARTERS Sheafter Fountain Pens ISuy ;t iit'n from us—-we engrave yuur mime on it in 22K Gold l-'rcc. Vnur name ciiKnived on your old isen—any msikc—22K Gold—aOc. Ccty Spring Deal Cnly Fact I'oxvdt-r $1.00 Cofy Lip Stick 51.00 liolh for SI.00 Meimen Spring Deal n Shaving Cream 35c n Talc For Men 25c lioth for I7c Drug Co. T. O. n. Danil, phi Inlfla a l\r Aulttotiifd ford Flnantt J rfflirrry. 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