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f l<?fi tWb BLYTHEV&LE, <ARK.) COURIER NEWS crc Social Calendar Country club having Sunday Night Supper parly. Sunbeams, First BapilM church, 11' a.m. • MONDAY'S EVENTS T*li's, S. S. Sterntcrg entertaining 'members of Business and professional Women's club with dinner, 6;30 p.m. W. M. U. First Baptist church having study meeting at church, 2:30' pjn. . ' i Junior U. A.'s First -Baptist church meeting at church, 4 p.m. clreta, W. M. S. First Methodist church; I, Mrs, A. M. Butt; 2, Mrs. J. D. Barksdale; 3, Mrs Harry Kirby: 4, Mrs. V. G. Holland. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Intermediate G. A.'s First Baptist church meeting at church, 4 p.m. Mrs. Doyls Henderson having Young Matrons Bridge club. Mrs, Hunter C. Sims entertaining Tuesday Luncheon club. Staled meeting O. E. A.. 7:30 p. m..,,111, (iall. • Maple" Oio've Cemetery assiwla-- lion meeting with Mrs. G. G, Boliba, Vine street, 2:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. '\V. H. Minyani hostess to Wednesday Bridge club, THURSDAY'S 1SVBNTS Mre. NJ'ax D. Millci 1 hoslcs-i to Thursday Luncheon club. Thursday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. G. E. Keck. ' FRIDAY'S EVENTS Garden department of Woman's club meeting at club house, 2 p.m. to Have Nurs".-r. There will be a nursery lor children whose parents attend Ihc First Baptist church during the services Sunday mo;;i:ng und llunur Of. Williams. Dr. J. M. Williams, formerly head'of Galloway college, Scarey, who- has been In the city this week for n scries of lectures, was guest oi honor at an Informal reception given last evening ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch by former Galloway students. Included in the 25 present we've Mils. Fred Stuckey and Miss Car- nieii Shoate, of Lepanto. MK. Nelll Reed presided at the refreshment table which was dec' orated with a Centerpiece of spring fiowere. Cake, nuts, cofl'es and le'a were Served. ( i, • Coiit[ilmiuts midge Club. ''.'. Mre. W. D. MtClurkih cnlorlaln- cd • with a bridge . party Friday afternoon especially complimenting members of the Thursday Bridge club. Other guests were' Mines. C. H. Willey, W. G. Higglnson and Dixie Crawford. -Tito ;<ellow colir motif was emphasised in boutmels of forsy- ihia. and- jD'nqiiib'hi the hostess' apartment and In the sandwiches served, with tomatoes stuffed with chicken salad, butter wafers, pickles and coffee. Mrs. Loy Welch won embroidered pilhnv slips for club high and the guest high, guest powder puffs,, went to Mrs. Willey. The club low prize, kitchen towels, was von by. Mrs.. J. E. Cri'z. Bits oj News Mosily Persona: Mr. and Mrs. W. Lyman Imvu returned to their home in Cotton, Minn., following a visit with Mr. Lyman's brother, E. B. Lymau. Mr. and Mrs. J. J- Moore have returned from a month's visit in Hot- Springs. Crawford Greene, ot Little Hock, formerly superintendent ot the Blylheville schools and now director of research of the state department of education, and Dr. ri"y where he has been assisting the First Baptist Church In u Mission School. He will be in his pulpit here Sunday. Mrs. Lute liubbard and Mrs. J. P, Holland arc In Memphis loday for the .show, "As Thousands Cheer." Rep. Ivy W. Crawford ,„, home yesterday from Little Hock following the close of tli e irgic. Mrs, B. A. Lynch und Miss Alta . Mac Garlinglo ...jn lire In Memphis today for "A.v Thousands cheer Ray Jiuton is Mi Mr. in and ., lo Memphis today. Mrs. Fred Banilleld, of for of Slkeston, Mo., Mr. and Mrs, F. G. Joyncr the weekend. C. A. llovey, who a \ ve ck ago underwent a sinus operation at the Memphis Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat hospital, is no\v much in,, proved at his home on the North highway. Mr. and MIS. C. W. Afllick spent yesterday In Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. G. Biirne.s returned yesterday from " i,™.i.i. stay hi Memphis. U. E. Alexander » week's as relumed r •"-« mi-" i uiiii jieci from three days spent In St. Louis and Ciirnthcrsvlllc. Lcaehvillo Society — Personal 1 Mr. and Mrs. Hubert, I'nce spent Thursday in Pnrnsoiiiii oji business. Mr. and Mrs. !•'. M. Seltiy, nnd daughter, Miss Margie, spent Sunday with the Kcv. unit Mrs. if. L. r'crguson, of Swiflon. All', mill Mrs. J. P. Rubinson, nf ariiguuld, spent Tm'stlny night wilh their son, Dr. A. E. Uobln- =on, and family. Mrs. Perry : Brahman, IB spending the week in Lcpanlo. guest of her daughter, Mrs. Leonard Yiilcs. M. C. Ellington, of Monctte, who has been working for llic Mctro- r/oliUm Life insurance Company, In Monctle, Leaehvlllc, uiid Manila, for three years, is now work- nig and developing new territory for tlic Atlns Life Insurance Coin- Liixora Society — Personal Wedding to Join Movie Families Tuesday night the senior v. l>. A. cf the Methodist church mat In ths home of MIJ.S Vivian Lynch. The Junior Y. p. A. met the same crailng In the home of Mrs. i J. J, Johnson. j Wednesday afternoon the P.-T. | A. held Us bi-monthly msctlna in 1 (he school auditorium. The third i crude pupils put on s playlet mi- I der the direction of Mrs. End BUI- I ler and several musical numbers • were rendered Uy llic Jonesborn college glee club, guests of tlic school for the afternoon. Tuesday afternoon the Methodist Missionary society met with Mrs.! Elliot Williams as hosWts. The . program for the iitlornorm was "Gospel Trails," Mine. 1 ;, liognn and Williams taking part. Mmes. Bo- giut. Wherry. Hue Dcnton, and Clmi'li's McDiuilcl, svho attended the zons nicetlngti in Joncsboro, gave interesting reports on work bolnj; done in (lie departments j they represented. At the conclusion of tlie program, Mrs. Hardy I Bonds, n member whose house was ' destroyed by fire rcccnlly, was presented a lovely basket of linens, tlm gift of other iin'inters. The meeting adjourned lo meet, two weeks hence in tlie parlors oi the church. Hornersville Society — Personal pany, Mr. Tulsa, Ofclalloinu. and Mrs. George Gamble, gave u party Tuesday evening In honor of Private John R, Finch, Coiupaiiyl', Second Infaiitry, Fort Wnync,' {fidv ivJi ojs here on a fii'riouslv and Miss ,"Marie" Keith. ll, was ttliss Keith's birthday. Mrs. \ Louise Stevenson, assisted by Mrs.' Gamble, spent the afternoon making candy, which later was placed nt everyone's 'disposal. There were about SO guests present. Misses Virginia Childrcss and Bertha Phlllipo were guests from north of Leaehvlllc. • Tlie Carmi Home Demonstration club met In u call meeting Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson B. Timlin were In Kenned Saturday sliiip- Mrs. E. G. Cope left Wednesday'' night for St. Louis, where she will attend live Missionary Council and Annual Conference. Mr. nnd Mrs. D. A. Rllllin spent Wednesday nhrt Thursday In Memphis attending t obuslnrss. Mr. and Mrs. H. It. Kcnlcy went to Memphis Sunday, where Mr. Kcnly attended to business. Mrs. Konlcy went to Jackson, Tcnn., for a visit with relatives. Miss Helen Mayer nnd Miss Jewell Medcair visited their parents* In Ga'pavGhiu'dcau oven the i','cOk 'did'. V(<"<-.\- ' '"*' ••';,[ C. C. Wllklns,' appointed posl- inaslcr lo succeed George . S. Brown, begun his dirties Saturday. The Cape Girardeau Teachers College Glee Club will give n free concern at the high school auditorium Friday night. Mr. and-Mis. W. R. Casey and family of Hayti, were guests of friends Saturday. J. W. Williams arrived Monday -... ... .. VIIII kllVVLMJt, J.IUI1O- | - - -• .. to improve the club yard.! ftom Helclla to visit Mrs. Williams, Ten persons were present Due to i wll ° ls N |c Guest ot her mother, ' Mrs. W. E. Smith, und sister, Miss Wilmii Smith. Dr, and Mrs. E. G. Cope were guests of the Rev. M. A. Masscy and family in Steclc Sunday. H. B. Mastcrson, llnyti, recently appointed high school .inspector, wsa here Tuesday inspccllng Hie schools. He was accompanied by superintendent, T. G. Douglass. Ihe late delivery of tlie pickets which the club contracted for the fence was not built, but the posts were set and a wire fastened to prcvcni vehicles being driven over he yrml, which is now newly seeded. Various shrubs und bulbs were Planted within tlic club yard, and a hedge along two sides. A luncheon was Brevet! by Mrs. T W Baxlcy. . . Mis. L. 13. Hubuiird, lias cho'scii for her program for the March meeting of the Civic Club, "Among Mie World's Greatest," A business meeting will precede the program Jnd members will answer the roll call with the name of some liros- icipiece of literature, music, painting, sculpture, or othci' fine lift. The Woman's Missionary Society of the Wednesday Holland News Notes MI5S Juiiulla Edwards entertained a number of her friends with a party and .dance at the home of parents, Mr. Mrs. Sum chinch, for Royal Service luosraiuj,"', 1 ,,,"-^ 0 with !•! members and four visitors MI«,>, ,, lc Bamici . ttem llemc Edwards. Saturday evening. Mrs. Claude Edwards accompan- r-hi,rri, ,,,^i icrt hcr (t! "'8hlcr, Sylvia Ann, to uuircn inci., Memphis Friday where she will Or. Hosa- Mae and Geneva ' Uflltlg Nolen M. Irby, supervisor of negvo f-j. schools In Arkansas, were in the city last night for tlie Doscnwald program at the city auditorium. Mrs. Floyd White, Mrs. Harry W. Haines and Miss- Winnij Virgil High Our Christian College. The nest meeting will be in (lie home of i\frs. F. P. icr, next Wednesday and it be n .social nnd a quilt mccl- Turncr are in Memphis today for the play, "As Thousands Cheer." Mrs. A. G Shlbley and Miss Selma Saliba spent Wednesday in Memphis-.- • Mr. and Mrs. J. r. L5uti and the Rev.-J. J. Thompson have 'goni lc;:M5ir,pJj{G for tlic weekena'and to see "As Thousands Cheer." Mrs. Selma Lentz Moirison is ill at the home oi Mr. and Mrt. J. .H. Elklus. Mr. and Mrs, Elton W. Kirby have returned from a visit in Tupelo, Miss. Miss -Moi'.Ui Hughes ana Mrs .John T.' Long accompanied eight litgli school;Students to Memphis loday for the ! play, "As Thousands Ch-er.' Mre;'.Tonv Mardn is cxpccled to je(um today from rasetteville where she visited her daughUr Miss Virginia, wnc attends the University, and Little ttocV, where she has teen guest of Mi aud Airs Rwcie. oration M>, Cratton ahct chllure^n 01 e to accompaiij her home. < -> • Mrs FftrnAoith Bllck Is spending the fteek^ixt 1)1 Ne<vberti, Tenu Mr. and'Mrs Jem Little aie in Memphis for the shov, "As Thousands Cheer." The Rev., Alfred Caipenter re- from'Sedaiia, Mtoourl, to- ns;. LL'ACHVILLt; CUUHCIlliS The Baptist Church. Smidny School at 9:45 o'clock. Mr. F. P. Fisher, general superintendent. Our church work is growing. The Churcli of Christ: Sunday School at 10 o'clock. Rev. Curtis I'otcr. the pastor will preach both morning and evening. The Lord's supper will be adininislercd al-tlic morning hour. Methodist Church: Kcv. J. W. Moore, pastor. Cliureli school 10 o'clock. Mrs. A. A. Anderson. 7pncral superintendent. The Rev. Ira A. Brumlcy, executive secre- laiy. of the North Arkansas Conference wilt preach al U o'clock, end will (ircach Sunday evening at Manila. Our Training School will open Sunday afternoon at '^:30 o'clock. This school will continue through Friday night. March 1 32. Rev. .Buuniey will be in charge ol the school. A course tin "Evangelism" will be taught. Pentecostal Holiness Church. Rev. Lowcry, pastor. Lee Franks, • "jral superintendent of the nJay School. Rev. Lowery, will preach both morning and evening. PLYMOUTH, Mass. (UP) - The last .native-bom Indian of this town .ivhpjre the Pilgrims first set- , tled aiea" -Kc p "was Best spent the last of the week in Cape Girardeau, where they were sucsls ol llieir sister. Mrs. Opal Blumcr. L. Y. Yatcs was llic gue.sl of friends here Friday and Saturday en roule lo Highland, ill., where he is employed. Miss Hazel Cchoon, who attends icliool in Cnpc Girardeau, and Rusicl Devorc, of Elvins, Mo., have returned from a visit here with Miss Cohoon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cohoon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Russcl Little were guests of Mis. Little's parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. p. Jenkins, of New Survey. Ktmtjas'. Bert Robinson'has returned to Memphis after n short visit here with his. mother. M. K. Bailey, who has been 111 from influenza, and a nervous breakdown, ( s convalescing. Miss Rebecca Maddox, of Nashville, who has been the guest ot Mr. and Mis. w. I. Meyers, for a week, left Sunday for Markrand Mo.. \vV-erc sue will resume her work. Miss Louise Townsend. of Monettc. was her g« M ( Thursday. Mrs. W. s. Robinson relumed Sunday from Cape Girnrdcan, where she was Ihe guest ot Mr nnd Mrs. Ellis Wi.ssin.in. Miss Moncz Wilbur, who has been 111 from heart trouble tor several months, is unimproved. CJoorl Llfht Service L1NTON, Inti. <UP| —AltSr n years of faithful service in the home, of William C. Hall here, a neamlng with happiness, Maxlna Jones, above, prepares for her ivedillng, which will unite two ot tho film colony's most promlnont families. Tlio atiractlvo daughter ot Buck Jonca, western picture star, will be tho bride o£ Noah Boerr, Jr., 21-year-old son p£ tho sorcon'a noted "hca .. .. Mate haa not lieon eet. Robert Bearden Wins Scholarship at Duke 1.-KACHV1LLE, Ark. - Robert Bearden, son of-the Rev. and Mrs. R. E. L. Bearden, of Russellvillc, JIK! brother of John Beiuden, of this place, a student at Henderson Slate Teachers college, Arkaricl- i> hla . received a scholarship In Ihe school of religion, bitke University, Durham, N. C. Robert, a young minister, preach- id several times in the Lcachvillc Methodist church lost full while a revival wus In progress. He will leave for Duke University m Iho early fail. HBS ITIIST CHKltJ'l'lAN CHUUCH >Slxlh aim Main V. linimell ljullerivoilli, Minister Bible School at 9:46 a. m, M T. Moon, Superintendent church worship at ji a. m Sermon: "When Jesus Prayed (or Blyiheville." Vesper service ut B p. m . Sermon: "Jesus the Light of the World." youth meeting-a(, 5 p. „,. Church,night program Wednesday, G:30-8;;ill. Our pre-Eastei- program' fa now going on. LAKE STKKKT MKTHOIMST CIIUKCH Vernoii K. Clialfunl, 1'aslor "Ugly weeds grow In most' anybody s Burden." ' Cultivation -works miracles. This Is our great task, in all our services. Sunday services: Pchool, 9:45 a. in. Iverso'n Morris, Gcnci-al Supl. Church, 10:5(1 «. ni . Sermon subject, "What Should He Our Prayer?" Young People. f>:45 p. m. Church, 7:30 p. m. Subject, "Tlic Tragedy of Resisting God." Monday. 10:30 a, m. Radio devotional. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. conference. LUTHERAN CHUJICI! H. J. Klclmiicnsl, Pastor Sunday school and Bible class, 0 a. in. Morning Worship, 10 a. m. Subject: Fnlth, Our Supreme Possession." No evening worship. KLCN Lenten meditation :i p. in. Subject: "This Fclltnv Was Also with Jesus of Nazareth.' "Tlie Lutheran Hoi WXYZ or WLW noon. Midweek Lenten services Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Subject: "The Bewailei-s of tlie Cross." Pilgrim Guild meets Thursday, a::iO p. m, Walfher League Y.P.s. Thursday 7 p. m. Ctvne and bring someone with you! » Hour" over each Sunday Baby Queen and King Crowned at Lepanto LEPANTO, Ark..-^BObba Jcnil- gan, daughter of Coleiuan Jcrnl- Bnii, alid Bill Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Thompson, were crowned queen anil king-at a, baby revue hetri here Thursday liighl under the auspices of. the Junior Missionary, society of the Methodist church. Twenty-five children participated in the contest, held nt the Riallo theater. They were: Dorothy Erljne Walden. Palsy Ruth Blockcr, Iva Jean Sanders, Johnnie- Marcuin, Joan Roy, Qiiendolyn Stuckey, Howard Barton, Rana ,loy Morris Pal Elzey, Belly Jean Myers. Lu- cicn Coleumn jr., Bobba Dcelon Jernigan. Oliver Wallace, Eugene Hollimnn, Virginia Lee Smith, Bill Thompson, Lavanda Mae Fielder, Jackie London, Louise Ellis. Johnnie Woods, Bobbie Jean ,\fcciellan Mary Lou Hulsey, John Allen Jon^ ntngs. M»vin e jicoiellan and Prentice Jernigan. i!l'f'9Kdl 1'TKST BAPTIST CHtJIlCII Walnut at Eighth Alfred Carpenter, Pastor Sermons nnd songs of special interest to the public arc arranged for Sunday. Tire male quartette will render special music and Mrs. Marry Fritzlus will bring message in song. Morning worship lopic is "Tin! Souls Crisis." 7, •.*«!• Evening preaching subject is 1 "Twenty-one World Wonders." » All services- al the usual liour. Braggadocio News Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Long, of Caruthcisville, were dinner guests of Misses Nina and Sylvia Huckaba Wednesday night. Mrs. Raymond Long v as u lc Sliest of honor al u bridal bliowcr given by Mrs. Joe B. Michie, of ivticota. al the home of her nar- enls. Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Gallaher Mrs. D. Long, who was curried to Memphis Wednesday atlernoon for a major operation, is nroarcw hiR nicely. Misses Myrtle . Eukclmaim Avis winner. Ann Ditllhigcr, and Nor- uia Holt, teachers of Bram City were week end guests of Miss holts patents, Mr. and Mrs p C- Holt. They shopped in j " Saturday. ^Vtoh Bonnett Is ,1, [rom Miss Nonua Holt is spcndiiis i, vacation at home. School was dismissed became of high «aler at Bragg Oily. Miss Beatrice Holt i. s S1 , csl 0[ her [Kirenls (his week, while' the Caruthersvlllc shoe factoiv k i-i<\<:. light fiick- cd. er Arrest Made in Murd Of Gir! Shot in Church CLEVELAND. (UP! -_ Pol , ct . Ul . vcstlgatton of the mysterious murder of six-year-old Ophelia scrut- ' rcl1 '' 1 chins, who was Ing In Thankful negro congregation, "resulted" hi "ill'-' arrest of a member of tlic o gallon. Ophelia was killed bv a bulK Slflfr.V 04 . 11 '* 1 thc «'wrch. Ttis 'sle<| when a reiwrled the SUSl»rl T> S''6t i,, , deacon ' tllc !n the church. I'IKST Mli'l'HODiST CIIUKCH W. iMain ,ind Scrcnlh VV. V. IVomack, Pastor Church school, 9:45 a.m. Morning church worship, 10:55 a.m. Sermon subject, "Rewards of Christian Life." Young People's lioiir ul G:ai) pin Evening church Worship, 1:'M p.m. Strmon subject, "Making a Good Investment.". Visitors invited and welcome. CAVALIIY BAPTIST CHUIUJH v We invite you to attend the Baptist mission or Calvary Baptist church on Lily sirect Sunday. Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. wilh scripture, Acts. 11! 5-17; 12-1-19 Golden lext: Acts 12:5. Devotional Reading Psalm, 34:1-0, CHUHL'H OF CHRIST Court House Auditorium N. S. Taylor, Minister Sunday school, 10 a. in. Sermon, n a. in. Subject: "Pardon, its Means and Evidence." , Communion, 11:45 a. m. Evening service, 7:30 p. m Subject: "Perfection." " We sincerely invite you to attend these services. FULL GOSPEL CHllllCII II. I). Montgomery, I'iislor .Sunday school, B:45 ii. in. N. W. Trantham, stisil. A revival meeting is in progress with the old lime gospel and many conversions. Tlie services arc being ntlcitded by many. There will be singing Sunday 2:30 p. m., by llic Blylheville singers. Everybody j s invited. F/KSr C'lfURCH OF Tlifc' XAKAKENE Kupha D. Bcasley, Tailor Sunday schcol. 0:45 a.m. E. L Evans, superintendent. Morning worship, U a.m. Subject: "A Divine Pattern." N. Y. P. S., 6:30 p.m, . Evening service, 7:15 p.m. Subject: "God's Appointments With Men." CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES "SUBSTANCE" Is the subject ot Ihe Lefson-Scnnon which will be read in all Churches of Christ Scientist, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. Hotel Noble. Thc Golden Text is: "Whatsoever Owl (loelh. It shall be - for ever" (Ecc!e4!aste.s 3:H>. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following iiom tlic Bible: "Then it down to the city of ml preached Christ im- lo them. And tlie people wilh one accord gave, heed unto llicse things which Philip spake, hearing aild seeing the miracles which he did For unclean spirits, crying with loud volcc5 were possessed of nmny that with them; nnd |»any taken with palsies, and that worc lalne ' wrre healsd - A »" '"ere The L«sw)-Sej-nioii also Includes SATURDAY. MARCH L«, 1935 OUR BOARDING HOUSE COME TOTV4IHK OP \T 51K1CE THE IMCEPTlOM OP 'THE INCOME TA^,lHAVgKl l T , HADE ENOUGH MONEV, EA>CVA VEA-R.TOPAV AT^.—so HOW WOULD THEY KNOW 1 , •RECEIVED THE MONEY PROM V TH£ SAUE OF THAT60LPMIME LA-ST SUMMER?-**- HAW — . TOSH —1 S MOULT) HAVE • JPASSET? IT LIP By Aherii X AW' YOU 1 DA 'BEEM6O1K16 AROUMD WITH A IWFRONT OF YOUR FACE TO 6ET VOUR EVES USED UXXIN6 THRU '"BARS WHEM THEV CAUGHT UP TO you' AM 1 WHAT ABIT OP . FOUND YOURSELF Mcb CHAStX MRS.HOOPL-E, WITH YOU Projection of Squeeze Position Third Point in "lapel" Formula This is flip fourth of a scries of articles on tlic i'apcl formula for recognizing; and executing a squeeze play, as expounded hi E. Hall Downcs' new book entitled "Squeezes, Coups and End Plays." BV WM. E. Mc-KENNEV Secretary, American Bridge League In the previous two articles you have learned about the first two elements in every squeeze play- ID There must be two UircnU: in different suits for a squeeze; (2) You must assume that only one opponent can guard the two threats (losers). Now, the third clement in lire Tapel formula requires that you must be able to project the piny to the position at which llic op)x>- nenl can be squeezed. What, do we menu by "projecting the play"? From a practical standpoint it means that you niust be able to account for a sufficient number of winners, without dis- count for 11 winners without disturbing llic two threats. 'Now let us see whether the declarer cfin do this. He can win one spade trick, six heart tricks,-and four club tricks—11 winners in all—in straight, uninterrupted play. Then, when declarer leads his last winner for the eleventh trick, West will be squeezed. His hand has been boiled down to only three crads ant] these three cards must be the spade queen and the diamond king-queen, to retain con- tro lover the two threats. , Declarer therefore has successfully projected the play down to the point where the "West hand Is placed in a squeeze position. In tomorrow's article I shall discuss tire fourth clement in the Friday evening. Miss Hazel Sample's room 'won . tlic monthly attendance prize. \ Mrs.; A. M. Washburn appointed tills nominating committee. Mmes L. R. Swarcifi, J. E. Ciilv, I Charles- Bright ahd H ; M. stead- man. -ii."i turbing the two threat suit*, so that you can bring the play right down to the point where the op- ixment can be squeezed. IV is tremendously important lo realize that an opponent can never be squeezed until his hand contains only the cards necessary to guard (he two threat- suits. So "long fls his hand contains any other card, there Is no squeeze, because then he will be able to discard a worthless card. In the example above, South is playing a seven-heart contract and West has opcncci the spade king. Declarer knows that lie lias one diamond loser thai cannot be eliminated through ruffing, discarding, or finessing, aiuftliat he must therefore project a squeeze a»ainst West for the extra trick. The spade jack in the North hand is n one-card threat against West's spade <mccn. and tliu diamond ace-jack in the North hand Is a two-card threat against v/esl'.s diamond king-queen (tissumlii" that West holds the diamond kin!;- qiiceii). TJir.sc arc Ihe Hist tv.'a steps in tlic Tapel lormula-tlic two necessary threats and the assumption. Now the declarer knows that he cannot squeeze West until his hand contains but these three cards—the spade tiuecn and the diamond king-queen. Tlic only iwint In the play when this situation will exist is'at the eleventh trick, at which each hand will be reduced to three cards, mul the squeeze must therefore take place at the lead to the eleventh trick. It cannot be made at any oilier time. Point three, in tlic Tapel formula dictates that declarer must be able to.project the play to.the eleventh trick, al which point West will be squeezed. He intisl therefore ac- Former Health Kheumatism in His Hips Was Unl)c;u-iil)1c; Stomach' Sulfering Forced Him to Diet "Gly-Cas save me such quick and .thorough results if actually surprised me," said Mr. w. K Voorlues, Enterprise Addition] Route No. 3, Alexandria', la. "For years I had suflercd with stoinnc-h trouble, nnd on a diet the most of the lime. . What focils I did gas formed Kt.AJVews W. b. MctHurfcln was leader of the study course -Tuesday evening. tlis subject was "Educational Policies.'.' George Dcerc. of llic Osccola high school, will be leader of the program ne.xt Tuesday evening. He will review-Ihe. book as this is the final study. Senior Higli p. T. A. met Tuesday afternoon when Dr. J. M. Williams, of Scarcy, addressed the meeting on "Can .We Conserve the Products of Our Homes?" Mrs. Paul L. Tipton was in charge of the program. Miss Martha Win- bin n guve.tlie president's message and there was « piano solo "Valse 11 by Miss Laura Hale. The nominating committee was appointed: Mmes. G. G. Hubbard. A. M. Washtiuri! and L. if. Moore and Miss Rosa .At. Hnnly. Miss Luna B. Wilhelm's and Miss Ware's rooms tied for the $1 for (lie most mothers present. Dr. J. M. Williams spoke to the junior high p. T. A. Wednesday afternoon. Appearing on the pro"gram were Mrs. Sclma LcnU Morrison, Miss Margaret Merrill nmJ fio.sc Morris who B avc musical numbers. A MR. W. K. VOOBHIES sleep but very llttlt. Rhcuniatisin settled in my hips, the pain at limes being unbearable. I was terribly discouraged about my condition—until I began Gly-Cas." "As I began my third box of this new remedy .1 can truthfully say my stomach troubles have been relieved entirely," he .continued, "have a wonderful appetite,. enjoy all kinds of foods, imligc.s- tion and gas formations never' trouble me, sleep well at' night. Even those rheumatic pains in my hips have vanished, gaining weight: and strength and fuel like a new man—and more appreciative bf Gly-Cas—for it lias removed the cause of my ailments which is the correct >vay to perfect mid iwrinanent health." Oiy-Cas i.s sold (jy Kirby Uros . the folidwing passage from the Christian Science textbook, "Science ant] Health with Key to Hie Scriptures." by Mary Baker Eddy: ."Christian Science brings to the body the sunlight of Truth, which invigorates and purifies.— The. effect of this Science Is to stir li.e human mind to a change of base, on which It may yield to the harmony or the divine Mind" (p, 162). A Christian Sclencft message Is broadcast every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. over KUOK, BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY Phone 327 for Details

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