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not BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1933 freaking Of Bidding Rules Sometimes Pays Dividends Mid- Mrs. .Social Calendar THURSDAY'S'-' EVENTS Thursday Luiuheon club, Mrs. J.-A, Leech, hostess. Mrs. Cecil Sh»ne having Week Bridge oiub. Thursday Contract club, Baker Wilson, hostess. Thursday Book club, Mrs. Chas. P. Wood, hostess. Church of Christ pible study, Mrs. J. A. Taylor, hostess. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Udtej Bible class of First Melh- odlst thurch, Mrs. Lee Armstrong hostess at Herman Rimer home. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Benefit Bridge and Rook party, Woman's club, 2:30 P. M. Mifon-Gbh Dr. and Mrs. Fred R. Child today announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their sister, Miss Marguerite Mason, to Mr. George Glsh, also of this city. The wedding .will be solemnized here during the Thanksgiving. season. The bride-elect, who lived at Jpnesboro befprc coming to Bly- tjwvllle two years ago to make her home with Dr. and Mrs. Child, received her later -education at St. Vincent school, Arcadia, Mo. She is a' musician : of note and took a:leading role In muucal circles of Jonesboro where sht'. was organist at-the Catholic church. • Mr. Glih,, who. !)<?; resided here a, number of years'Is a building contractor. . '• ' \.Jl\. ' - • *-.«' Hallowe'en Fittingly/ . Celebrated in City. . Blylheville's.streets took on a festive appearance last night with itches, goblins, clowns and other masked Hallowe'en figures roaming arovnd—sorrio alone and others in gay parties. There was various entertainment for both the old and young with the usual soaping ol windows, placing porch and yard furniture In the streets and other pranks which are legitimate but once a year. Nobody stayed at liome. The theaters were crowded, the two school carnivals had hundreds of ylsltors, the highways had much traffic and numerous private parties attracted many. : The sum of $75 was netted from the junior high carnival at the armory where many, students, and their parents played bingo, saw the bearded lady'and other side shows. An equally-,,- successful carnival - was th«t sflonamq; ftyi the Sudbury elementary "school; VflfiT schodi su- dltorium. A Kiss Artie Eaton entertained 25 guests with a costume party. Pump kin pie,,topped with -whipped cream, and coffee was served before the .party 'went to the RlU's. midnight show'to see Mae : West In "I'm No Angel." -.-".- • ' . Mrs, J. Mcll .Brooks and Mrs.. Charles Allord had a rook party at ' the Brcoks home which was decorate! in the Hallowe'en motif. Miss Evelyn Smart entertained 24 Eirls with a party last evening at her home on West Main street. In contests Misses Patty Shane and Nnia Barnes won prizes and on Ice course was served before the guests went to the junior high carnival. Frior to this affair Miss Smart en- terlaincd at dinner Misses Martha Jane Winburn and Hazel sample and Mrs. Robert Smart, ol Richmond, Vs., who is'vlsljing her par- enls, Mr. and Mrs. E. b. Ferguson! A three course menu was served with her mother, Mrs. * H. Smart jr., assisting. Miss Sara Ann Eskridge and Mrs. Thomas Hall entertained 50 couples with a bam dance. Dancing was enjoyed until midnight when the guests went to tbo show. Sandwiches and punch were served. ' ^ | • * « Entertains S. S. Class. , Harvey Morris, teacher of a Sunday school class of six .boys in the First Methodist, churth who are nine years of age. entertained them with a parly Monday evening at the church. Each boy took a girl. The 12 present were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Morris and Miss Anne Morris who later serve* sand- tP BANP5. BORDER THE REP VtlVtTEtN SWEATSHIRT AT THE LEFT. t£FT t BELOW-A SUIT Of HfAVV BROWN TM£P IIA3 A JACKH OF VfiLOW SUEDE AIID A FUZZV AHGOKA 6CARF OF ORANGE . THRtt-QUARTfR COAt OF BRIGHT BLUE- L£MHER,,A1 m KIGM, BCtOWJOPS A DRESS OFHAYYAHGOKA. MARY'S .KlTCHEIsl Bib oj Netcs Mostly Personal BY SISTtK MARINE A Service Writer These recipes have the appeal ol being unusual and seasonal. You will like the apple croquettes to serve willi Iresh pork for November dinners. Make up and shape Die mixture early in tlw day so tliat at meal lime the final frying in deep fat. Is the only preparation necessary. Apple Croquettes Six tablespoons butter, 1-2 cup Ilpur, 1-2 teaspoon sail, 1-4 teaspoon white pepper, 1-2 teaspoon cinnamon, 2 cupa sweet elder, 1 cup minced raw apples, 1 egg, dried bread crumbs. Melt butter and stir in flour. When bubbling and frolhy slowly u<id elder, stirring constantly. Bring to the boiling point, stirring constantly, and cook until .thick nnd smooth. Season _ with salt, pepper and cinnamon and remove f:om the fire. Stir in apples which have been pared and cored and finely minced. Let stand until cold and firm. Shape Into eight small croquettes, roll In crumbs,, dip In egg slightly beaten and roil again in crumbs. Fry In deep hot fiu until a golden brown and.drain : on crumpled paper. Scalloped Far-nips and Pineapple This Is another good dish to serve willi fish or fowl. Four good sized parsnips, 1 small pineapple or 1 can sliced pineapple, 1-2 cup brown sugar 5 tension cinnamon, 3 table- sjjoons butter, 2 tablespoons flour, Mrs. I(. L. Creech and sister. Miss Eddlngs, have returned to thcli home in the Itlo Grande valley o Texas alter a visit here. Mrs. Ed Bryaai has returned from a short stay in Memphis. ' Mrs. A. C. Hovcy, who has bee: undergoing treatment at the Mem phis Baptist hospital, was brough home yesterday. She Is convatesc ing at the home of her sister, Mrs Stephen H. Brooks. Noel J. Todd is a patient at th Memphis Baptist hospital. The Rev. and Mrs. p. Q. Rorii the Rev. and Mrs. W. J. LeRoy, th Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Nelson, t Rev. L. W. Stafford, the Rev. J. ". Hood nnd daughter, Miss Angi went to Joucsboro this afternoo for the district conference of th Methodist church. Mrs. Herman Osborne was calle to Nettlcloii, Ark., today by tr critical illness of her mother, Mrs. Mary J. Burge, who Is. at the home of a son. Dr. Burge. Mr. Osborne will go to tonight. "C. A. Cunningham Is attending to business In St. Louis and Chicago. Mrs. Elva Poe went to Memphis Today's Contract Problem Xnrlli has Uiu contract, hero, for 'four lioarls. It looks as though In: has <x losing club, a loslns trump, uml two InsliiR simile*. How eon lio flay the tiiuiil to ol!iii|-nle one of tac losers'; * K 107 V A K 7 r, 2 * !> J S 5 2 V i ;« 107 3 2 '+ K Q 7 3 v 1 0 S 6 .1 « A 8 6 4 + A8 Solution In ne.\l Itsue. • | lain moie than three losing trick-; •'in Ihc majors o: 1 two losing tricks i|jn the mhnrs. However, 1 will be frank to say lal if 1 held Ihc South Imn.d I oulU be Inclined to open the con- acting with three no trump. To l>cii with two clubs, the rcspousa 1-2 IcuspMn salt, stock or water. 1 cup chicken tcday for a brief visit. Mr, nnd Mrs. Everett-B.'Geerare moving today to tholr apartment ai the Blythevllle Country club. The condition" of Mrs. C. J. Ev- rnrd, who has been ill-.-several days, is critical-today. Solution to Previous Contract Problem KV, WM. E. McKENNEV StcitUry, Americar. Bridge Uagu Does it ever p.iy to deviate fro:: the established rules of u sys torn of bidding? Yes, this must b aone occasionally to produce bes . example, take today's hain results. Hoover Ambassador Writes Turkish Book PARIS. (UP)— General Charles Slmrrill, who was U. S. Ambassador to Turkey for a year dumi;; the Hoover regime, has written a book about his experiences, "A Yeur's Embassy to Mustafa K/:mal" which is a biography of the Turkish leader. The book contains many maps of the Turkish offensives In t he World War. drawn by Mustafa Kc- 101 you can expect from i:artncr! ma! himself with red and blue n;n- tvo no trump. Then the oppo-1 cil! . lol . lllc Amcrican Ambassador. cuts might leail through your kmgi Tllc book , las l)]easC( , Uie Tl|rk . diamonds and you would lose isl , Premier ant) has been trans- nine. With ymir opening bid of, i :llcd i 0 „„ use<1 as a l(!xt book for :ir:c no trump, there is no lead nat Ihe opponents can make that il! defeat your contract. However, when .this hand was .rait, South opened with two clubs, his partner responded v ''" n lw;> leasts, South wont to three no rump, and North bid Jour.: clubs. South went to five clubs. Trie bid- Turkish schcols, Bloomers Placed on Nude Billboard Girl MICHIGAN CITY, lud. (UP)— IUcomcrs-lhc old fashioned kind, large and baggy — adorned the shapely picture or an otherwise unclad young girl on a theater billboard here after numerous complaints from women. After listening to related attacks on a scheduled attraction at ' v.'ltli the king iinr! Ihen led the ace j his theater, R. W. Watcrsou ordsr- ' of clubs. He nad lost a diamond «t the bloomers placed on the picture.-Ho invited representatives of cilng in my opinion, was very had. t'ul" the declarer mndj up for it by playing the hand well. The 1'Iay West opened the queen of diamonds. Eist won with Ihe aco antl returned :i dliiiioud. South won Soiith has five and one-hall hlg card tricks. He has nine certai tricks at no trump, and ID 11 diamond Is opened. To open th hand with a bid of two no trump would be foolish, as it might bs passed by partner. The rules say that an original irl of three no trump shows every Wilson Society — Personal Mrs. Viclor Mann entertained Siilunlay night In honor ol the 15lh birthday of her daughter, Joyce. There were 36 guests, in- cludl v n<? Miss Rea Conghlcy of Memphis nnd Miss Dorothy Gideon and Ray Mann, students at Arkansas State college, Jonesboro. Mrs. Frank Wesson lelt Monday for her home at Springflclrl, Mass.. after a month's visit with her mother, Mrs. R. E. Lee Wilson. Poplar Corner John Ed Vnsblmlcr of Lost Cane visited hero Sunday. Mr. ami Mrs. Preacher Hedge and son of Manila visited the former's mother and family here Sunday, Mr. ami Mrs. Dave Willis are the parents of n 9-)>ouml boy, born Parboil parsnips afte rscrubblng am! scraping. Cut in rounds about 1-2 Inch thick. Cut, pineapple in pieces ol 'equal size a and shape. Place in alternate layer's in a but- cred baking dish, sprinkling each aycr with brown sugar and cinnamon and dottln gwlth putter and flcur rubbed together. Sprinkle with salt and pour In chicken stock or water. Bake in moderate 'oven until both parsnips and pineapple are tender. Serve from baking dish. If will take about 45 minutes f&r the'mixture to bake. Combination Ca&bage Satad This salad is appetizing with game and fowl or almost any klnc of meat. Three CUJB finely shredded cab- bngc, 1 cup cnbcr tart apple, 1-2 cui> thinly sliced celery, 1 cup' grated pineapple, cooked salad dressing. Let cabtage stand in cold water to become very crisp. Drain and combine at once with prepared apple and celery. Add enough salad Tex. Employment Bureau Reports Scarcity of Help HOUSTON. Texas (UP)—In spite of Ihe all-time record for unemployment hung up by the depres- ion, there ire Jobs of many kinds going begging every week here. The authority for this informa- lon is Mrs. Nell Mercer Williams, in charge of the municipal free employment office. Mrs. Williams said she recently was unable to fill demands for cleaners and pressers, oil field m°- chifnlcs, sheet metal workers chemists and a secretary able to speak Spanish, German and English. VQJ I 2 4> 0 S S <l> n 7 3 '4 J » 7 i ' » 9S ii : »QJ 10 I 72 X \V K S * K 10 S V I 0 7 f> 3 4) A C 1 V A i; 4 K3 + A K Q J 8 I .suit doubly slopped and only f four-card suit—in other \vords, i Is a hand heavy in high can tricks. According to Ihe rules, therefore v.-e do not hoUl cither a two or three nn trump bid here. Ths rnli ilso state that to make an origlna two bid, your iiand must not con and still had tv;o losing spades. - Declarer now realized that his only clranco to make his contract was to get into dummy, so he played th? ace and king of hearts rr,d then led the. eight of clubs. West showed out, discarding a spade, and the nine was played from. dummy. This deliberately was grantin East a club trick, bill it was Ihc nly way that the contract could be nade. East von the trick with the ten. Vhen he returned n diamond, the drclnier tr'umpe.l with the jack of il-.ibs anii then led the four oi .lubs, winning in dummy with the ^even. He then led the qcecn and jack rf hearts, diseasing his twolos- n? spades, and mnde his contract of five clubs with-100 honors. •Copyright, 1033, NBA Service, Inc.) civic groups, who classed the show as "indecent," to be his guests at opening performance. Still lie Hunted Work WENATCHEE,. Wash. (UP) — When a newspaper reporter ciuos- tioned Charles Tailj'rand. whom he found walking the slreets In search of work, he found the man was proficient in five languages and held a doclor's degree from one of the nation's leading universities. CAR!) .OF THANKS The Junior high school Parent- Teacher association wishes to publicly thank all who assisted in making last night's carnival.a. success Med^inal • Safe 1 ''-; Give Quick Relief- LUDEN'S 5< Menthol Cough Drops Building & Loan Stock Bought, Kolcl and Quoted All Companies Truiuiries Invited Without Obligation VINSON-HILL & CO. Hcylc Bidjr., Little Rot'k Phone LD 117 HEMORRHOIDS (Files) cured without the lirife. Skin .cancer, varicoscd veins, tonsils removed non-surgically. 1HES. NIES and NIES Office 514 Main Phone us October 2-1. The baby has cen named L. ,F. Boyd Tomllnson of Lost Cane visited his family here Sunday. Mrs. Caycc Johnston and little daughter. Betty Jo, ol Rosclaml, visited Mrs. /Johnston's parents here last week end. Mr. Johnston came over Sunday. Mr. mul Mrs. Hush Perry of Dell and Mrs. L. . M. Wood of Tyronza. the week end at Manila ns guests ' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Craig Memphis were the guests of 3 Walter Dell Ringer Sunday. „, j of the lattcr's parents. Mr. and °l I Mrs. Wiley Hutlon. J. W. Ladell of Jonesboro was dressing to make moist and scryc on a bed of lettuce. |. Tomorrow's Menu BREAKFAST: Grape juice, cereal .cream, baked Wench least, syrup, milk, cotlcc. LUNCHEON: Peanut butler and tomato bisque, toasted crackers, graham fig pudding, milk, lea. DINNER: Halibut steaks, scalloped parsnips and pineapple, Chinese cabbage and lime Jelly salad, poor man's rice pudding, milk, coffee Ed Williams has gone to Armo- rcl to take charge of (he Armorel 1ru? store. Will McKav of Canton. Miss., inrt his daughter. Miss Bertha, ol Marion. Ark., were guests Saturday of Mrs. B. H. Ringer. Dwight Anderson lUlcnilcrt the Lynx-Maroon football game at here Friday on business. Burks King anil George Farley spent last week end at Dell. wichca, cookies, drinks. ,* Has Club Part;. Mrs. Max B. apples and cold Reid entertained Baby Dies oi Malaria Ar'vll Mangum. year-old sen of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Manyum. died , ,,, ... „ , . ,. , ... i "t the family home at Anr.orcl late Starkville, Miss., Friday. He is Ihe lnst „, ht His dc!Uh wns amlb _ latest Orld Picks chnmpinn and [ t , t ma](lr | n f cvcr . won an airplane trip. Miss Dorothy Kobcrlson of Crnwfordsvillc visited Miss Doro- Ihv Oldcon at Marie Sunday. Mrs. B. H. Ringer lefl Sunday Oeilcn Hans New Ski Jump OCiDEN, Utah. IUD— Tentative plans have been made to build ski jump for events ihit Miller, according to R. W. Craven, president of the Ogdcn Sporls 3!ub. Tile Jump will be located in ht vicinity of UJorngaard Hill, tlcci'Sl by the noted Jumper, Lars Haugcn. for a week's visit with relatives in The deceased is survived by his parents and hvo slstcr.s. Funeral services will he held this alterncon at Number Nine cemetery where interment will b? made. The L. G. Moss Undertaking com members of the Young Matrons Bridge club and one guest. Mrs. T. G. Seal, Tuesday afternoon. The prize, a manicure, set, was won by Mrs.'Riley B. Jones. "The Hallowe'en holiday was remembered by the presence of a grotesque Jack OTantern and appropriate tallies. . . • A salad course was served. - * * * Clrt 'Meets. Members of. the Tuesday Contract club were entertained with a bridge luncheon Instead of the usual afternoon.party^when Mrs. Chester, R. Babcock. was' hostess this week., •' ,.'-.-.- . . Her home was decorated with garden flowers. After the serving of the three course menu bridge was played.- Mrs.. J. Ntck Thomas won the prize, lingerie.•': • -. . • * * Cnrart Erato Ctah T« K»vt tint Meeting. C RCV!"H.' jTLwis left today for|P nn >' wils ' n cllarB ° ° r I " mral Jcr.esboro to attend a board of ranscmcnls. , education meeting today anil the ' •»/»!, North Arkansas Methodist confer-! HOSpltdt l\OlCS end-, which will open tomorrow. ! . The following teachers attended Admitted: Mrs. Leni Barnard the district meeting at Jonesboro | stcclc . c P Frc , man , „„,.,, Clly Saturday: Musses Horton Gooclloe,'^- Q Wilson Scnalh Rachel Berry, Mary Louise Ores- j ten. Emma Claire Hairslon. Jean-1 clta Phillips. Y.irgie Rn*crs. Ocl'i| Norman. Marion Chandler. Mrs. lcl -' H. E. Wrcnn, Messrs. C. L. Rird,.. H. H. Wrenn and Eugene Harris, j Long Six Letters . From Home i 1 Each Week Dismissed: J. H. Workman, Steelc; Anna Laura Dobbs. Arnio- •'\ ted The Curient. Events club, organ-' " . ,t>f » group of the \ young -rjiarrlod set for a • study of icurrent' events,' mill have Its first . Mudy I this;: evening, .7:30 .'o'clock, at the haneof Mr». Farnsworth_BUck. \ tin. Juries H, Bcil is to be )*ad- er''Vlth all members particlpaling in-'the : round ; table aisciiss'lo'n 'of Driver Grove Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Urackin were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Elioha. Swain. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hall of Calumet were the guests Saturday night and Sunday of the former's aunt. Mrs. Charley Springer. Miss Evelyn Walters of Half Moon was the guest Saturday night and Sunday of Miss Bessie Urock. Dock Blghmn lias gone to Mis•'"'-mi lo visit his lather for a few days. Floyd Peoples of Lone Oak was the guest Sunday of lis sister, Mrs. Esther Springer. Mr. and Mrs. ; Bcnnic Hosklns of Bassctt were guests Sunday night and .Monday .of Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Springer. _ .. . roiled Plunge of Prisoner CLEVELAND. (Ul 1 )— It Nathaniel Ang:«tincr's legs had bean six inches shorter, he probably v.culrt bo a free man to^ay. Atigustlncr escaped from the industrial Schcol at Lancaslcr. He came to his hoir.e here. Police raided the house on a tip. As detectives came through the front door, Nathaniel plunged for a window and dived Ihrough hcad- nrsl. But Nathaniel is a tall young man, and the patrolman caught Mm by the heels. Bronchia! Troubles Need Creomulsion Persistent coughs and colds lead to serious trouble. You can slop -l-.cm now with CrcoiiiiiLsio:i, an •riubificd creosote thai Is plrn.<niil 0 take. CrcoiiKihion k a new mcd- -ral discovery- will) iwo-Ioltl action; ib soothe? and heals i!u- in- fiamcd membranes and inhibit jurm growth. OI all known drugs, creosote Is .-ccognlzcd by high medical an- thorilicn as one of the Ivallng agencies lor |>orsi.st-iit ^)iiglis and colds and other forms of throat troubles. Creomuisioii runtains, in adilitlon to crcoso'.c, other healing elements which ipothe and heal Ihe infected mcm- 01 ones' and stop the Irrilalion ann inflammation, while the errosoto goes on lo the stomach, is absorbed Inlo Ihe blrxxl. and attacks liic i:\-it of the trouble. Creomulsion 15 guaranteed sitl'- fectory in the treatment iiitent couslw and colds, There will be many a day thai other duties will prevent you from writing to those at school, and there will he many a time thai you aren't in the mood lo write them a long newsy letter. Send them ihe Daily Courier News at our new reduced college, rale. It's like getting six letters a week from home at only 4 of bronchitis, and Is excellent for building up Ihc system after colds or flu. Your own druggist MI authorized 10 refund jour money •M Ihe spot if your cough or com is not relieved by Creomulsion. Adv Read Courier ; ^cws Want Ads. 1 lust'"Criiiy Drunk' 1 WORCESTER, Mass. (UP)—Arrested after trying for four hours Uj break inlo the Worcester County Jail. Carl Olson, 47, csplalred that he must have been "crazy ' drunk." The judge gave him per- 1 mission to spend 30 days'at lnr/1! ' jail. G. G. Gaudill General Insurance 106 N. llroiiJnay Thfine 107 Per School Year COURIER NEWS

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