The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 20, 1935 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 20, 1935
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JP1GB TWO BLYTH8V&LB. (ARK.) COUBHa NE|TS crc Letu '•- ii^fc.— ..,., . Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. J, B. Critz, Armorol P. T. A. meeting 2:30 P, M. t Mrs. Max 13. Miller hoslcss' to Tliursday Luncheon club. Thursday Bridge club meeting With Mrs. G. B. Keck. Bingo parly fiven al Calliallc social hall, 8 P. M., by Allnr soclely. Mrs. W. L. Homer having Mid- Week Bridge club. Mrs. N, A. Spalding having bridge parly nl country club, 8 P. m. .Jewish Ladies Aid meeting with Mrs, Max Meyers, 8 p. in. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Garden department of Woman's club meeting nt club house, 2 p.m. Woman's club meeting 2:30 p.m. at club house. County Council Home Drmonslra- t'pn ciub meeling at Woman's club. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Has Clad. Mrs. Hunter C. Sims entcrtain:d the Tuesday Luncheon club this week when she served n two- course menu al sivuill livbles. Yard (lowers decorated Ihe living room. -In the bridge games guest low- els, the prize, went lo Mis. \V. TD. Chambiln. ,£nlert"ins Club. • ; Mrs. Charles L. Wyllo was gncst [of Mrs. Doyle Henderson when the had r lhe Young Matrons Bridge club Tuesday afternoon. f , Flowers from her Burden decorated (lie living room. Mrs. Lioyd Sttckmon won a brass candy bowl for Hie prize. A salad plate was served with cake and coffee. • * * 'Christian Church Council Has- Social. Thc 21 present at the social meeting of the Woman's Council of the First Christian clmrcli'Mon- day afternoon at the home of Mrs. OUie Foster, enjoyed games and a Bible contest in which Mrs. John C. McHnncy's Bide WAS winner. Three new members. Mines. Nunn, Hoffman and Jump were enrolled. Peach cake, topped with whipped cream, and coffee was served. Names Officers. Officers of the Berean Sunday school class of the First Presbyterian church were rceiectcd in a meeting Monday evening nt the home of Mrs. 'E\ia T. Morrison. They are: ' Mrs. Hatlio Mcadc president; Mrs. R. 6. Molt, vice president; Mrs. Dick Webb, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. B. R Allen, teacher; Mrs. Alice Worn-' ack, assistant teacher. , There was a Bible quiz during the social hour. Fruit, cake and cea was served. • * # Methodist Circles Meet. Circles of ilie Woman's Missionary .society of the First. M»lhortlsl church hart meeting's Monday afternoon. Mines. A. M. B utt, Farnsworth Black and Fred Gillmau were hfm' 55 '", '° drcle ! at " !c Bl " t home when Mrs. L. E. Tull G ovc the devotional. There were 14 present. Circle 2 met with Mrs. J D rs, Mrs. M. o O., andMrsFwebb ihe 16 present heard Mrs. J w *"**?. BH'e the dcralfonal. of rlrot?", a ', le M dCti thc " lccti »S V r S n Qt " lc llonle °f Mrs L GthKo!1 ™"' Mrs. P. E. Cooloy kd the devotional. The Bible lesson was eim , by M rtiley ™' M". S th™p'r i(S W " C SCrVe(t ""' «« First Church Natarenc Organizes Women's Group Mrs. Arthur Duntven was elect pd president of the woman's w I in the First church of t! lc Naw S,,'" '" °?_ Bnl '»«on mcclta. vice pr «cona vice presifent; Mrs IF Moore .secretary; Mrs: Luther Ty " CU v ^( ----- '•,, ° u i' y Mrs, Harol< , Wrtntendent of pu f "f" 5 were made tor of su 'fclnve nnd Moltie May, "Building 311 Past for Hogs" was discussed iy lilllle Bradford and Waller Cutler, who gave directions according to thc sponsor, 2-Yed Smith, inis Garner spoke on "Selection of Scca corn" and S. Smith told he club how lo take care of paint Jnishcs. A report of the county basket-ball tournament was given bv the president. Each member responded lo roll •all with n rciwrl of what had been accomplished in ills or her >ro]cct. I 4. ( • (crl.iin Luxora- Qsccola Chili Hrrr. Mr. find Mrs. Uohnut Green en- crtaincd members of Ihe Luxora. Osccola Bridge club, Mr. und Mrs . C. Langslon of Luxora, Mr. Id Mrs. J. A. Pigr; of O-Sceola' •>nd Mlis Winnie Virgil Turner nst evening at (heir home here Fellow v;ns thc prlnclpul shade >ed in tlic Enslcr decorations ol flowers, tallies and refreshments if a salad plate. The prizes went to Mrs. Sam Bnwen of Luxora lor club high •Huong ladles, receiving hosiery, oe Hires of Lnxnrsi won ash trays or men's club high, Miss Turner eceived cleansing [issue f ol . (he adlcs' guest nnd Mr. Plgg. shaving at Ion, for the men's gncsl. netery Absnciallon Makes J'laiis fi/r Tag l) lly . Plans for the annual Tng Day of Ihe Maple Grove Cemetery ns. oclatlon, held each' year on city 'lection day, were made at, n mcet- ng Tuesday afternoon at Ihe home Tf Mrs. G. G. Sallba. Funds from his project arc used (o beautify ne cemetery. H was reported Hint, thc spring vork has iilrcady started. Tlierc s yel two more days work lo bo done und already 00 graves luvu >cen filled in. The "rounds are >elng denned mid the grass will ie cut at nn curly dale The :emetcry is kept, clean und at- ractivc throughout the yenr with his group in charge, In (lie social Iioiir sandwiches, :"ke and coffee were served. Uembmhi], Drive Sluftcil The y. p. s. of the :-iiii UM ,,ci •mirch. wliich organized iNnrtay evening, started a membership clnvo last evening, u | s planned o hove .10 members by Sunday. All young jicoplc between the igcs of 15 and 35 are Invited lo lUend at, G:3o p.m., Sunday at he church at Lilly and vine sis. Route Two Items Sam Baker, who has been III vith pneumonia for several days, Mrs. Doyle Henderson and Mrs. Fred Warren arc in Memphis today. Frank Harvey was in Memphis Monday and Tuesday. Miss Maltha Lyn Norrls Is quite U from Influenza. Mrs. J. D. Tinner ntld son, Howard, of Memphis, urc visiting [•Srs. Turner's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Scott, 330 Vine street. Mrs. Vera Anglcton has returned to her home in Memphis after a short visit with her mother and daughters, Frances Roye Hjid Sclby Aim Anglcton, al Dell. Frank Henley Is al the Memphis Veterans hospital where he underwent an emergency operation for appendicitis Monday night, Mrs. Henley, who was with him, returned home lust night. E. B. Estes mid J. MelJ Brooks arc attending to business In Chicago for a short time. Mi, imd Mrs. C. A. Hovcy have 30111', lo, Miss., for it mon- :h's stay while Mr. Hovey is recuperating from n sinus opera- MrB. Gliliani Starkcy, who has been critically ill nt her home on West Main, is now better. Mrs. Joe Kirtay, of Parugoukl, h he guest of Mr. mid Mrs. o. W. .iccutchen and Mr. und Mrs. Lew s Freeman. Mrs. Oscar Bailey is in CJu utliersville today. Mrs. Louis Wilson and Mrs. Srownlc Wilson Story wenl to Memphis today where Mrs. Wilson s to make her home. Her daugh- er. Alum Lou, remained with hcv parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Dun stout, 'or the present. Mr. Wilson went o Memphis several weeks ago. Miss Mitlic Mae I'ayue. of not j "*kc, spent tlic weok end with •liss Olive East. Chnrlcs ' Curry spent Sunday vith Mr. ami Mrs. Tommy James "' Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. llmlcv Hcnson innouncc the birth of a daughter on March 10. The child hns been lamed Betty Gene. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holmes ipent Saturday night tis B i;esls of Mrs. Holmes' piirenls, Mr and Mrs. Earl Wilson. Ekron News Notes The Rev. Percy Roy. of Walnut, ss., is holding a revival mee.l- »B here this week. Everyone is nvilcd to the scrrccs. Miss Virginia Smith, who has been 1hc guest ot her aunt Mrs Esy Hroute. and Mr. Proulc, n Missouri, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Smith had ns " lcir t'lwst Sunday night Mrs T - E ' Tale, of Dell. Weak Women jy] A ts r Y women both ycning and niii!tllc-.Tgr<l suffer from periodic |viitis in side or tack, from calarrliiil drains, heat ll^slics, they sluniltl try tlixl vcgclalilc Vmiic lavor.ibly known for sixty yc.irs as la\onte 1'reicrirlion. Read M^ (I V. Ma 1 ot 5^* &?. itat OJ ah n i Citv OkU., said: "S __ years aco I 'vas in a completely run-lown condition. I could hardly eat A lliiui?. and liMdidies kcpl me in 3 slate of misery. I "-niieied Ironi nojc bleed allo. Ur. IVruc's I'Avoritc IVcKriplion htlped me 30 quick- Iy \]\n\ 1 continued its use tlliti] I roamed mj- noimal iieaUli atid *tc*nKth. That was Dve[ Jivt .scats sf.j. All tjruggiils New siic. taklcls SO els., liquid SI.OO. . AIexander « _The membership committee of Sf', Ru J»y Willingham, Mrs. Oco Cunningham, Miss Mildred Mayo and Mrs J D via was appointed | Hatcher i-H UJub Has a. Jletting. Th6 Hatcher 4-H club met Monday with the president, John D Ollbow, president, presiding. Miss Myrtle Shelton spoke on 'Our 4-H Club and Our Bible" a demonstration talk on the "Cari- ttlng Budget" was- given by ' Ballroom Dancing Taught The first class will be held, Monday evening, at the Hotel Noble, and classes will be held ou Monday and Thursday evenings from 8 to n o'clock. Special reduced prices of 25 Cents Per Lesson for the first time. Call 833 to Register Margaret IVIoff itt School of Dancing Bits oj Netcs Mostly Persona: George and Waller i>e|i Harry Malloclf pnd ~ way. Mrs been has Mi- relm they ness Ml ti the par 1 . wood M daughter vcek-i 6pr _. Mm. Grain, Coi: WUson Society — Personal "Let's Qel Married" Is (he title of thc play to te pretended hy :he Homo Economics girls aiirt the P. F. A. boys Friday night, March 22, al thc school auditorium under the direction of Mrs. Hudson Wrcnu and Elslnev Beall. Misses Joyce Mann. Buili Wiliams, Mary Claire Murphy, Mablc Simms and Kathryn Wntts will attend the Trl-Statc High School meet held nt Fnycttcvillc on April 12 nnd J3. They will bo representatives In Salad construction, Family Relationships anrl Food Selection, Mending, Child's Toy and Clothing Construction, ciolh- f Selection, and a club contest. Mrs. K. P. cullom. Mrs. C. W. Ferguson and Mrs. D. N. Morris were co-hostesses with Mrs. Herbert Sullivan al a Silver Tea at her home for the benefit' of the Woman's Missionary stv'iety of the Methodist church. A St. Patrick's molir was used In the decorations. Mr. and Mrs. ,!. p. Morgan had as their guests at the dance at (ho Hotel Peabody In Memphis Thursday night Mr. and Mrs. Don Fletcher, of Joiner, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Robinson, Miss Alice This New Cream Separator Bottle Gives You About One-Half Pint of Whipping Cream From K a c h Quart of Craig Milk. pip- i. H. O. Hoy tils. w'hoVhW vbltlng her mother here returned to her honie at Winter Haven, F|a, Y " . am! Mrs, J. H. Grain ,, avli nccl from St. Louis,' where have been attending to bus! for several days. '• • ;. and MI-S. Victor Mann and 1 daughter, Billy Games, il>m t week-end with Mrp. Mann's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Nor)d, of Cleveland, Mfss, Ir. and Mrs. Cone Murphy and Kilter, Evelyn CJone, spenl thc -end In Little Rock and Hot 'Ings. 5. J. H. crain, Misa Rubs i, Mrs Frank Wesson, Mrs ie Murphy, Misses Mary Claire ' ^? ] ?, n Conc Mu fPliy. and .-..*. Waller Card were among those who attended "As Thousands Cheer" a I Memphis Saturday ' Leachville Society — Personal The Rev. Jia A. Brumley, exo cutlvc secretary (or the Nortl Arkansas Animal Conference, Con way, preached at Lcaojivllle Sun day morning and at Manila, Sun diiy evening. Mr. Bru,m'tey Is help ing to hold a training school a Leachville this week. R. L. Oaines, county tax assessor of Blythcvllle, spent Friday am Saturday In Leachville, asaessini personal and poll taxes. The Woman's Missionary society or thc Methodist church met las Friday in an all day meeting will Mrs. J. w. Moore. Thc day wa spent In quilting, scripture read ing, singing and prayer. The nex meeting will u c Wednesday Jiev. J. iv. Moore gave, an ad dress lo the Senior Class last Fri day morning on "As Students Wi Are Here Ui Prepare To Right, and to Do Well." Liv The following members of llv high school debating learn ar preparing for the district meet t, be held in Joncsboro the last o March: Friedman Weintog 'imd Mary May Hut, affirmative' Ber ncda Watkins and Ruby Curtis negative. ,' The Leachville high school -junior-Senior annual banquet i. has been ;scb for Friday evening, April 16, at tije Community house, End Play Is Useful When Trump Suit Breaks Wrong • ''?••' r -*C WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1935 Solution {p Previous Contract Probltn) BY >VM. E. McJ4ENNBX Stcrelary, fimtrlctn. Bridjt U«ue The end play Is one of the old- ;st strategic ones kiiown to card ilayers, In almost every game n which Ihe pl»y of the cavds s an important part you will nnd ,hc end play used. An end play js by 'no means 47512 V K 2 » A 4 3 2 * A K J 'Void J 1 a - !i •i K 0 J C. * u 7 a -j 10 10 S 7 5 * QIC G I A A A K 9 8 6 3 » A S a « f> + t; s 'i Rubber — All vul. West, \oiih K«»l I'uss 2 N.T, I'ass i'oss C A I'iisu Irlbiitioi) of trump, Is to avoid the club finesse. \y)i«p wjit 9peiu> the king 'of d.!»mo,r.oX .win willi (He ace and .ruff B '-dia Lead your pee aiidlflUfr tf' flow play the ace arid, ' heart, and run another don Ruff your Heart- a»d tlwr (he'to't diamond. The drop'of: : East's queen marks him out «{ ijearl's, Ypu have ru(Ted -all ih«'dia- monds, so lead your last, trump, which East has-to-win with the queen, and now you : -4o not care who holds the queen 'of clubs, as East must lead Into dunimy'a ace, king-Jack, giving you your small elttn -without the club 'finesse. (Copyright, 1935, NE^ Service, Inc.) Gosnell Mrs: Clarence Bitch and daughter, Bottle Jean, who have been the guests oj relatives In Texas Opening lend — ^ K. a» dlfTlcim. It usually depends upon locating a ccrt&in high card Learning to defend against enc plays Is what requires skill and study. . = Sometimes you art not particular which opponent you throw in! Let's look at today's hand Today's Contract Problem . Soulb Is playing Uie con- i tract at seven 110 trump. West j makes n furtnttatc opening for j the declurer. llie deuce of ; clubs. .How does he develop the needed thirtcciitlt trick? * 75 VAQ100S52 » 5 3 4 10 4 i A Q !) 4 ¥K J *~~A K 10 # A 3 S5 Solution In next issue. 20 Huffman News* - H - Qrec » Mid sons, and Paul, Mrs. Fannie nd nnd daughters, Maslnc and Mrs. Johnnie Webb, anrt Miss Jiorencc Stokes motored to steele Cooler and Tyler Siraflay. Mr. and Mrs. Murvin Huffman ,m, B " csU ° r Mn " ncl Ml 's- B. H Williamson Sunday iP"" th Bl ' ackln e»t Ella Ray, Mrs. Aub h t ith a quilling p!lrty Monda Max Ray, accompanied by i H Wiinan and Mrs. Henry Chandon Mrs. Marion Boothe. of Lilbourn, Most declarers would complain as> soon as they found West, void of spades. However, there's no reason to. Yon have definitely located a card In East's hand with which you can throw him into the 'lead Before doing this, you must develop thc hand to the point where It will be to your advantage lo have East in tlic lead. The whole point In todays hand, after finding Ihe bad dis Ruptured? Then come and. see our Expert Truss fitter here for one day, Saturday, March 23rd. 10 A. M. until 1 P. M. Robinson Drug Co. Blythcville School of Beauty Culture Open Soon 1st, Nnt'1. Bunk Bldg. For Details See Mrs. Berryman At Elaine Beauty Shop Tonight's Milk Delivered i Time for Your Breakfast. CRAIG'S DAIRY Phone 74 Ideal for and Summer THE "NORWIN" Blue Kid Pump. Irini In Willie Kiel, Cotilincnlal Heel as Illualralcd. THE "LA,.PATCH" Natural Linen one cyclel Tic, Brown kid palclics, Cuban heel. » Clioice $4.95 ALLEN A HOSIERY Very sheer, Navy blue - - SI Other Spring Colors to Harmonize FLOYD A. WHITE AT THE NEW YORK STORE Popular Priced Shoes, Hosiery, Too! THE "STUBS" White Kiel Hi-tliro«t Pump. Irlni In Brown Kid, Dublin heel ' , Christmas, have reluriwd ''' .. p«v. Mr. liojl filled his ap- |x»i)tw«H here Sunday, liolditig - ' ............. >?v|lle rtVuiived. lasl week springe, 'Ky>. *l!?re )e.j^?t;two months.' 'is lnvit«d lo the pr#y- f5 :whioh.'ar'p held every tUhe ohurch, th League to Give Mutical Comedy LUXORA, Ark.— The Epworth League of tlio Melliodisl church al Uixorfi js presenting a 'Uiree-act musical coincdy "Sky High" oh April 4 and' 5,, at thc htsh school . Miss Seva Roberts, of Kansas City, IE director willi Mrs, T. F. Dentoii, of Luxora, adult counselor of Ihc sponsoring group, as- slstlne. There will be so" in the show, including Ihe choruses, wllh all of (he cast made up of Luxora people. Fractured Ankle in Two-Story Tumble LONG BEACH, Cal. iUP)-,M(L Marlon Barltcttr 22, had oply « possible fractured ankle today af , (er plunjlrjg head first, through' 'a > second story window* and landing /eet first on a concrete pavement. 1 The young woman was In • her boudoir dressing, she said, She attempted to open a French wih- dow and accidentally fell out. Miss Barclett turned a complete somersault In Ihe air. • v WE DELIVER ANY AMOUNT OF COAL as Htlle as 300 Ibs Try X-CEL from Alabama B«st to hold lire, full of htv>l THE SUPERIOR PHONE 700 i V Southern Sands or City Streets Imported! Terry Silfc s by NELLY DON Pure liUr. with a tnur* nubby t«»rur» . . . thB lut wor d ; n Spring fabrics! Two - piece v«lh novel aecwiory gadgeh luch it wood buttons and a t»ath«r belt . . . «|| combining to mak« it « fine value! Yellow, brown, green, . U fo«. Many other attractive styles in 'Wpsb, Frocks. fl.95 to J7.95 Miss Whitsitt's Shop Give5 You Tkat Fashion-M.ocleJ " Look The loose brassiere endi—thai ffoss in back'pull diagotully to lift the bust, male! the ribi, dtm (be waat tnd fljtttn th» dtidonien—giving your figure fiubionable moditl ima."Thc MisStmplicity' «kctcri«i a a new ill cotton batiste that impnva with act wishing. Machine. knit elastic Kaootht* the hips, while the bust is moWtd C^ rfU«. Modd 3716. . . *O •*1. O. * fm. Of. rm. ** U5M» GOS'SABJ) Cheniists Approve of Batteiy Companies Blytheville Water •Flie water used in batteries must be free of all for- •eign matter ... it must be pure . . . foi; a good rnany years it was the general belief that only dis- •II 1 •— °"" 3 '*r' < '*T'»tl».-^'«~<M»JMag»»-- '•*• .»~?W tilled water could be used in automobile battevies ... a short time ago one of the local battery shops sent samples of the Blytheville water to the chemical department of a large battery manufacturer {or analysis and they stamped it "pure." ' •.: It requires a large investment to equip a. -water : , .plant with a modern purifying system but we have such a system which is constantly renewed for ;•';-•' your protection. 1" •:•.'.'. BlTHEVlLLE WATER CO. U 3 S. Broadway ' ' 0. f\ MOSS, Manflgw Courteous, Personal Attention to Every Customer

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