The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 12, 1935 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 12, 1935
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>AGE TWO BLYTHEVtLLB, (AUK.) COURIBR NEW6 O-CL Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS JUt. Harry Klrby entertaining Ihc Wednesday Bridge club. Bible study Church of Christ meeting with Mrs. O. D. crimes, 13:30 j>.m. . P. B. O. having luncheon meeting at tome of Mrs. C. \V. Afflict Junior High P. T. A. executive board meeting 2:30 P. M, followed by general niceUnB at, 3:30 P. M., at school. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mid-Week Bridge c-lub meeting \vjt)i Mrs. Hairy W. Halms, Thursday Luncheon club meeting With Mrs, A. G. Little. 0. D. C. meeting with Mrs. M. Fitzaimmoiis. ; Mrs. Joel 'chimdlcr Imvlnb Thursday Bridge club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Junior Vlgh P. T. A, sponsoring bingo party. 7:30 o'clock, in Wall school library. Circles Meet. •All of (lie circles in the Woman's Missionary union of IVu First Baptist dwell, except 'Groiij. •2, "met at the church Mondnj atierhoon. Mrs. Will Rogers entertained Group 2. In circle I there were nine mcin- Irc'rB and one visitor, Mrs. Thco- 'ijw! Logan, . present. Mrs. E, i- Hnrdiri conducted Ihe devolionai using Ilia third Psalm bcfdro MR. W, M. Blayloc'k look lip the Blol. lesson. Mrs. K. D, Man- conduclec ilic, business session. Circle 2 had ten members am dife; .visitor, Mrs. J. D. Uojjert present. .The devotional, take. trbfii Uic. third chapter '.'$ Join. washed by; Mi's. S. P. LCD, an • Mrs.fW. M. Crow gave the secoii. ICBSOIV on "d'lilllhe of Bible Mil lory'i from,\\braliam to Moses, );>, fere!Mr«&;,Rogcrs le<l the tnislnc- meeting. ".,-',, The H members who utiende the meeting- of circle 3 heard Mu Charles Newcomb lead Ihc .- itevi. tlona'I on "Stewardship"; "Mfrs.'l. L. Chambers held 11 business set £lon before Mrs. bdb., Shephcr, conducted the Bible lesson on tl> theme "Witnessing" with Ihe scri t lure taken from the third cliajy let ol Acts. In circle °l there were riln members and livo vlsilca prescn. Mrs. W. M. Williams conducte. the devolionai using John 15 fo lier tlienie and MJss Cordelia Wil hite gavu the Bible lesson. Mr. Alvin Huffman offered- the clos ing prayer c!kr,.ljie business ses flot), . conducted by Mrs. M. , C Ou'llaw. •;•'••'• '• * * * To Compliment Dr. Williams. Dr. J. M. Williams, former). picsMeiil of Cfalluffny college a t-earcy, Ark., will be guest, to. honor .at ail informal rcceptloi to te given Friday evening :it tlv home of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch Former students of this schot arc invited to attend ul 8:3 Hy Helen Wclulilmcr M Y heart tlial lad liocn ill is heller now, Thoiifli not so Ptt'oii^ as it luul beoii licfori 1 . 11 cannot stand liriglil \\\\\& dial tear inn) plow, Or monotone of aiiKiiifli any more. Resiliency is BOM and now it musl Ifc pamperod by such limit's as coiistancy; Now it accepts no \wdiot unlws just; Its interest lags witlioul activity \1 OT quite an invalid and yd too weak * ' To stand llu: ptmin lliatpassioinlocsiiniwsc; Not intcix'slcd, or brnve cnotigli to r<>c'V( The answers to Die riddles no one knows, It doos ivlux, tmi'ficd oloan of vliyme or reason, Ami convalescing Iras a lovely so Bits oj Mostly Personal Lead Jack Toward Queen to Set Up One of Them TUESDAY,-MARCH 12, 1935 HUADUHS- SKIIVK'K IIUIIKAII. Room aOS, 4(11 Highlit Avc., New York. N. V. .. Enclosed mid ...conls In coin lor which Plcsiti send ma copies ot "CandlulfEht," tlio new booklet of pocnm \>y Helen WGlshhner, nl 10 ceitta a copy. Nome -. .".' Street .... CJly State Name of 1'aiici Mrs. Russell Armstrong and lier daughter, Elaine, of c|arksdalc, Miss,, arc visiting their uncle, U R. schmuck. who Is m and llielr grandmother, Mrs. A. Wcrl. Mrs, c. W. Benle and daiiifhlcr, Mrs. J. H, Schiiffer, of Memphis, and Mrs. Finis Ilaybuni, of Allan- la, Cia., spent Sunday night with Mrs. A. c. Hall and family. Tliey went lo joncsboro yesterday for ii brief slay with Mr. and Mrs. liar- old Phillips before returning lo Memphis. Mis. J. V. Cowan, of Harrison, Ark.. Is visiting her skier, Mrs. B, P. Lee, and faintly. Doyle Henderson is attending lo business in potlils of southeast Missouri today. Ray Jackson has relumed from Memphis where he attended to bus' CBS. for Icn days. E. W. wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Wood, who has been Hi from whooping cough, is now much improved. Hk sister, Aim, who has been critically 111, is belter 'today. Haddock Arnold, who Is HI from pneumonia at the Blylhcvillc hospital, is belter loday. Mr. and Mrs. Ncy Hunt and children, of Dyersburg, Tenn,. have nrrlvcd here lo make thcii- home. Mr. mint is connected with the Delia Implements, Inc. L. a. Nash, vice president nud •nunngcr of the Delta Implements, Inc, went to Memphis today" lo icel Mrs. Nash and they will Vc- Inrn here tomorrow'to make their home in the house formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. John L Pin Icy on West Ash St. They ovmrrly made their home hi Bowing Green, Ky. Mrs. Charles W. Oglesby, of Fort Smith, /irk., is here with her nolhcr, Mrs. Mary Phillips Rob- nsoii, who l s finite 111 at the totel 1,'oblc where she makes her Solution to Previous Contract Problem BV WM. E. McKENNEV Sccrelarj', American Bridge Xcatuc The American Bridge Lea 3 iie has moved it« national headquarters to New York and we are HOW located at the Park Centra) hotel Th" league still wlij maintain Us Cleveland and LOS Angelcu ofllces. A letter from any of my readers, ail- drCKcd to me at the Park Cenlral hotel, will receive prompt attention, or, better still, It you arc In New York City, stop m and i shall always nnd time for a bridge chal. Here's a piny that i know bothers a lot of p;oplc. Earl Bry- Dv. Williams is conducting t scries of services at (he First ' ' Methodist church Ihh week. ' ' * * V Y. W. A.'s (o itjccl Tonight. ,'• The Y. W. A.'s ot Ihe first Baptist ehurcJi \vqi meet this evening 7:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. J : H. Smart with Miss Maxinc Brigham as hostess. Sirs, I'airlidd ! Leads I'rosrum Sleol. "Pioneers of Mississippi' 1 was th; Ihcmc taken up at the program meeting ol the 'Woman's Missionarj A society of tv.e First Melhodlil ";i churcli ilonday afternoon when _i Mrs. A. B. Fairneld v.-as leader. There were 51 members present. .! Mrs. E. D. Ferguson conducled : the devotional. I Two piano telecllons v:crc played I by Mrs. George M. Lee and La. f Vomie Redman gave a reading ( Talks, which took up Ihc lives ol I great men in Mississippi, were glv- I en by Mrs. A. c. Haley and Mrs / L. E. full. a The hostesses, f.tmcs. Kaitficld 0 a B. Slcvcns, w. D. McClnrkin. Joei Chnndfer, jack Beavers. Ti;H, Hales s and E. D. Ferguson wrvcd ribbor. li sandwiches, cookies and codec:'-- ii lias Birlhdaj- Tarty, r. Harj" Jo Nabers, daughtei of Mr. P and Mrs. Jodie Nabeis. celebrated 1; her sixth birthday v.iih a parly d. Saturday afternoon. , TI«J 14 guests were served ice 'e cream and blrlhday cake and each received a doll as a.favor. . s spending this iv«* In Lcachville md Blythcvllle, visiting his daugh- cr nnd friends. Mr. Cook was pastor «[ the\ Baptist church here lor number .'or years. 1 Rev. J. w. Moore, who spent u ew days in Memphis ivllh ills ini- ;le, B, u Webster, returned iiome Jst l-'riday. Mrs. Sol Wind spent Sunday in Memphis, visiting her riaughlcr, •liss i^iiy ward, who is In training t l!;e Methodist hospital. W. a, Magcrs came home from ielU for a week end visit with his (tmlly. Miss Christine Peeler of like Jity, is spending several dnys with .ii-. and Mrs. Dave Frew, and fam- ly. John Appleby has rcliirnccl from vew Orleans, La., where he spent .overal days with his son and laughter. While Ihcro he nllcndcd ;hc Maidi Gras fcslivitlcs. Miss Mavthii Blyl'ne, wiio linishcd wo years college work in the A- & i!. College, Jonesboro, iu January, •pent Saturday and Sunday visiting sr.ool mates ut the college. Rev. L. o. Miller, pastor ot the Jnplist cttnrch lit Ncttlslbn, spent junday In Leachville and preached wth mornvng niid evening ul the Japlist church. Dr. and Mrs. A. K. liobiuson and laughlw. Miss Dorothy, 'spent K,\\\\.ay in Memphis, Iho guests of Mrs. i. L. Bratto!), Mrs. Robinson's mother. Rev. D. B. cook, of Oil Trcugli, No. 8 and Vicinity The Homo Makers club met last Tuesday In the home of Mrs. J O. Hamilton. Work was clone or a quilt which will be finished nexl Tuesday at Mrs. Hamilton's home Vcrnon Reeves, of Oak Ridge fell from » tree on the schoo ground:; and broke tin arm and t leg. He was treated at the Bly thevlllc hospllal but was removed lo his home, where his condition Is retried serious. Claud Q'Kunc received n message from Kciser, Ark., that his brother-in-law, Dick Rnsbcrry, is seriously ill with tuborculosis. Ira Fuller, of Cooler, is having serious trouble with hb eyes. Mre, W. N. Williams, Mrs. N. Y. Turner and Dr. W. M. Owen spent yesterday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. O. 0. Boone, Mrs. \. E. Neblett, Mrs, Frank Vollmer 4 A Q 7 5 2 ¥565 4 76 * J7 2 *«» V A 10 7 2 » QJ 10 S A K 10 S W A Void V K Q J S •I * s n ?. 2 * A 9 5 ,.| 10 0 8 4 * A K i *Q« S Duplicate.—None vul. .Siiulli West Nc:-tli Ijist 1'ass 2 A .", V -I* 4 A 1'as' s lead—* Q. HOW TO WORK THAT ULUSIVE SlVVEEZK , McKenney's next article on contract begins a series In which lie explains how you may recognize and execute the squeeze play, the most fascinating strategy in contract. An Ingenious formula reveals the secret that so far has bscn guarded by the experts. Sec that you do not miss these £i.x dally articles beginning" tomorrow in Ihe Courier News. .in of Cleveland called it lo my attention a short lime ngo and I want •ou to think It over carefully. Here's tlic situation, bet's name .1 definite 'suit—clubs, as we have in tin's hand. You have three clubs to the t|iicen in the other. You need a club trick to make your contract, and daughter, Miss Floy, spent yesterday in Memphis going down foi a Christian Science lecture. Mrs. Wert Bond, of Jackson, Miss., is the houseguesl of Drs. Carl and Edna Mies, Hildral and Woudroif Chaffin, Mi', nnd Mrs. Curlis Voss, Bill Mayfield and Miss Tliclma Chiif- Jln Holly, of liojinett, motored to Bariicld and. Huffman Sunday. Miss TtielniH. Holly, of Keniiell, Mo., left Monday for Memphis to enroll in Knstcn's Beauty Culture school. Now, it is fine It yon ctin make Ihc opjxmenls jead that suit. But suppose you cannot, and yon have lo lead it yourself. Hasn't it 'always been a problem as to )IOH' you should play lhat combination? Well, iry it this way the next time it confronts you. Lend the jack toward the queen. We know that, if the ucc and king of clubs arc in one hand, and you can Biiess the sltuallon correctly, ygu will always make a club trick by simply Icudii)-; through the hand that has the ace and. kiut;; but Unit's purely a guess. It is when Ihe missing ace am! khig arc divided thai you should be able lo make one Irick, as in loday's hand. Suppose you lead the jack from dummy; East should play Ihe ace. But few players w.ill. Yon will find that most players usually will play second hand low. If East plays low, West will win Ihe trick with the king. Now declarer can go over lo,Ihc dummy and lead a club again, and he Is bound to make his queen. .1 have tried this play out, i>cr- sonally, and find lhat tile percentage Is in your favor to lead .the jack toward Ihc tiucen. "you certainly will gain nothing by leading a small card toward eilher honor. (Copyright, 1935, NE/\ Service, Inc.) 1'iiylng Off Kinsfolk HAW 1 LAKE CITY, Ulah (UPI— An anti-nepotism law in Utah forbids a public officer employing a cousin, but he can employ his brother's stop-daughter, and pay her with public funds. Hayti iiociely-Peirsonai Mrs.' Ethel Do'lTis, saleslady al Kolm's store,-.'Is-confined , to her room after .suffering i\ heart attack. ' ' .'...-, Mi-."and Mrs. Will Gilf: and son, Thomas, anil Mrs. .K. A. Crowe, all of Bragg City, were here visiting friends. Mr. ar.i Mrs. Gill were | former residents of tills clly before moving to Bragg city a. few weeks ago. Mr. GUI manages the Red Ball slore there. Miss Marie Pike, who Is finite ill with masloid trouble, 4s feeling bct- ler. Mr. and Mrs. Pike have taken her to St. Francis hospital, Capa Oirardeau, for a medical cxmnina- tion. Mr. and Mrs. Gtomoii A<kock of Porlagcville have moved here »nd have iicfht housekeeping rooms with Mrs. J. A. Meyers. Mr. Adcock is employed at the Kroger store here. Taylor BarOsc, of Rlpley, Term.. who Is'wltli the c. C.,parlec cot- ! (en elassers of Rlplcy, ts bpending several wcsfa here. Mr. Barbee and (lie C'ytlicville chapter of Fanners of Arkansas". Tin; program, aside from 'remarks t-y ihc mayor, tvjii ccll . Msl of iiVislcul numbers and ;m address by Ihc president or u lc "New Farmers yf Arkansas". Tcvans Turn Down Alfalfa Bill AUSTIN, Tex. <UW — Texas Icgfc, Jalors believe former Governor W. H. (Alfalfa Bill) Murray of Oklahoma to be a "profound thinker," but. they killed a resolution to offer him a professorship at University or Texas. . Thompson arc grading government cotton. Mr. and Mrs. G. \v. Yalcs of Por- Ingcvillc Jiavo moved here and arc now living in the M. E, parks home, Misses Irene and Cecilia llagc- manri are In St. Louis visiting. Mrs. H. T. 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