The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 21, 1935 · Page 5
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TtlUKSDAV, MARCH (AM,)' COUKlt'lt NEWS Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Garden departnicnl or .woman's c|nb mcetliiB at club house, 2 p.m. Woman's club meeting 2:30 pin, nl club house. • ; County Council Home Dcmonstra- I'.oii club meeting at Woman's club. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Local "Vomeii fo Sing At District Board Meeting. Judge Camillc Kelly, of (lie Memphis Juvenile court, is to be guest speaker at the luncheon meeting; of tlie executive board of the Forrest City District federation ow Women's clubs iu Memphis next Wednesday. Mrs. John W. Eilrinsston, of Osccola, president, will preside at the meeting (o be held at Lowenstein's. OITicevs and committee chairmen throughout the lifts district are expected to, attend, As another attraction Mines. Cieoigc M. Lee, Russell Fan- and pain L. Tipton, of this city, will sing and will broadcast at 3 o'clock over WMC. Entertains dull. Mrs. w. B. Tanner, of Helena, hoiiscgiicst of tier liiollier. Mrs. T. J. Mahan, was guest of MI'S. W. H, Minyard when she hail the Wed- n:*day Bridge club this week. Jonquils decorated the small luncheon tables arranged for the two course menu. Mrs. clarence Vollmer won the prize. * » * V. w. A.'s Meet. 'Miss Maxine Drigliani entertained members of the y. W. A. of the First Baptist church Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.-ll. Smart jr. Mrs. Sam Mumitc is leader of Hie group. In the social hour iiear salad and iced lea were served. Gosnell Demonstration Club Opens Neu - Club Hoii.se. The Gosncll Home Demonstration club Had the forma) opening of the new club house and canning kitchen Thursday afternoon 51 members and 9 visitors attended. It was an all day affair with the morning taken up with the preparation of the lunch. In the afternoon Mrs. ,1. w. Crawford presided in (lie regular meeting. A resume of the activities leading to the new club room showed that $90 was raised and this was supplemented with $200 put up by G. B. Ledbettcr who was a leader in the movement. Other men assisted in raising the S90 and the club,*-voted- Mr. Ledbetter a vote of thanks for his generosity. The club house, 20 to 32 feet, will be used for club and social affairs in addition to a canning kitchen. Keil Pepper chili Meets. The Red Pepper club, composed of girls of l)i e city hj e h ccnool, made plans for a candy and sandwich sale and an entertainment in a meeting Wednesday. Misses Mary Virginia Cutler. Helen Harwell, Mary Elizabeth Bornni and Doris Dobyns were appointed members of the committee to plan the entertainment.. Biis bj News Moslly Persona; Miss Lillian Dietrich lias gone to Caps Girareleau, Mo., for (he week end. Charles Scruggs of Memphis, formerly with the Ubcrty store here, has returned hotnc after having been guest of Mrs. J. a. Fisher and other friends lor several days. Mrs. Noble Capehart, of Holland, was the guest of Airs. J. H. Hslicr yesterday. Mr. and'Mrs. Bill Sisk and chil- drrn and Miss Roberta ••"rilzius, of Memphis, spent Sunday Iterc as the Buests of Mrs. John H. bong. They were nccoinpanicri by Mrs. J. ][. Fritzins who returned home atlcr a I'Wt in Memphis. Miss Juanita Scott, of Carulhsrs- "iHc siicnt yesterday with her aunt. Mrs. j. H. Fisher. . Jack Fintey Robinson is attciut- ™% to business in Memphis today. T MISS Tlie Nw BEN FRANKLIN STORK'S GRAND OPENING SALE .SPECIAL PRICES Good All This Week Grand Slam In INo Trump Made by Triple Sqnec/e Solution to Previous Contract Problem UV W1M, E. MeKIINNIvY Sccrclary, Amcru-an Bridge l.tajjue I have always felt thai Brand slam bonuses nt rubber bridge were entirely too high. When the rubber rules came out two years ago, with the 2250 bonus, the American AQ It) 3 S 5 i 4.10 -I A K .11U G V (i (S « 0 7 I 3 * K 7 G V K J * A K 1II 4. A U S 5 Duplicate—None vul. Sonih West. Xin-ili Kiii,[ 2 N. T. Pass 4 V 1'asa •1 N. T. Pass G y Pass 7N.T. I'.iss Paas Pass Oiicnini; lead—•*• 2 a Bridge League, which makes the rules for duplicate bridge, refused to accept the figure, and its judgment is soon to be jshowii correct, as it is my understanding 'that the grand slam vulnerable bonus in rubber bridge is to be reduced lo Mrs. W. T. Harwell has recovered from several days Illness. "•- C. Adams, formerly of here and now of Kennel t, was in the city last night. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirby are in Memphis today. • C. A. Cunningham will leave today for several days in Little Rock and Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Max Meyers spent Wednesday in Memphis. Mrs. Whit Goodman and daughter. Lee, arc in Memphis for a brief visit. Mr. and Mis. Leonard Handley of Yarbro had as their week end guests Mrs. Handlcy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Fisher and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gauge, of Oran, Mo. < v ,. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Hudson'and daughter, Catherine, spent yesterday in: Memphis. , R. A. Nelson Is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital for several days where he is undergoing treatment. A. w. Langwcll, wire chief for the local telephone exchange, has been transferred to Little Rock. He will be joined there in two weeks by Mrs. Langivell but their daughter, Fredelins, will remain here until school closes. She will make her home with Mr. and Mrs. J. W Bnt- ner. William tyjng is in si. Louis and Chicago buying for The Fashion. Mis. Sam Florman. Mrs. L. Ber- Eer and children spent Wednesday in Memphis. Mrs. Frank Henley and Mrs. E. R. Jackson went to Memphis today where Mr. Henley underwent an opera lion for appendicitis this morning at the Veterans hospital. He was stricken suddenly m Monday night and taken to the hospital early Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs, Jack Fincher, Mrs, Leila Moore, and Mis. Emma Moore were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Mueller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Tosh and Mr..and Mrs. Sam Fin- Cher, of Little River. today's Coiifrncl Problem fast arrived at a six 110 Iruiiip contract. Norlli luil bid clubs, so South opened llio ntiio of clubs. How can tho contract bo made'.' Solution in next issue. Ilayli Sou'cly-I Joe nnd llinmait Kohn, «-ho have been in fit. Louis on buslnei lined home Tuesday. Hugh Harbert. of Y:l Piiso, Tex.. Is here visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. S. iRavensicJii and Mrs. Fred Morgan. | Mr. Harbert has been sulYcrlng heart aitneks mid is here while re- Mrs. Charley Reed, who hus bren | In Hot Springs, Ark., lor a week's vacation, has relumed home TJic Yoims Women's Association of the Haplisl church enjoyed :\ so- eial nt the home of Mrs. Cecil r ranks Monday evening. Bounty Court Clcik. Miss IJOUK •VHS primary lonelier In llio Speor *'hool until she accepted her preset position. Mrs, Bcek Dye has won elected to flll the vneuncy "ft by hoi- resignation. Mr. and Mrs. M. 13. Lewis nnd Mrs, -Tom Lewis shopped In Mem- plus Fridiiy nnd were the uucsts l Mis, Tom' Lewis' diu^hler, Mrs, Albert Brent. Miss Hi'ii Holt spent Friday In Memphis shopping. Mr, ami Mis. K iianli'l were Kin-sis of relatives in Ciuiilhcre- lle Sunday. Misses Jewell Lewis and Nina Uiickubu spent Monday in Ihiyli, I'mieriil services were held Tuesday lor Mr, J. W. Tucker, who ,tiled Monday afternoon, lie l.s Kiir- ivivcd by his wife and children. Deiilh of (In of Oak Ridge Ted Tribblc, Tulsn, OHIu, IB pending several days wllli Mr. mid Mrs. Dob isblcn. J:iy Klrehofl, Leon Jtaiton, anil lolwrd Mitchell, of Pnrngould, •Uniit Sunrtay with Misses borolliy Hoblnson and nll!| 0 Kings. Mrs. J. o, Avlll.s und t\vo sons. or Flint, Mich., nro .>>nciuU|ig sovenil days with lier pit rent", Mr. lind Mrs. John StMlo. Mrs. Avltls will be 'in-mbcrort as Miss Molllo Slccle. Hcv. F. n. uoiul, former pastor of 1500. In 11 majority of cases there is no play to a grand slam. It is simply a question of good bidding. Therefore. 1 do not think that large bonuses should bo given unless it takes 11 combination of good bidding and playing. True enough, certain griuid slams require skillful play. Here's one made by Morris ISlis at the Plymouth Club of New York City. The hand was played In a duplicate tournament nnd Ells did receive a fortunate o]x>nlng when West led the deuce of clubs. But )ie lost nn time in taking aclrantagc of this opening anil proceeded to make his contract with the aid ol a triple squeeze. ' The 1'tay On West's deuce of clubs, East Played the king and South won the trick with the ace. TJie jack of lioarls was led and'overtaken In dummy wilh the queen. The declarer could see that he had to take a gamble, so he detid- cd to do it right away, lie led a small spade and finessed the queen which held the trick. The ace of diamonds was cashed next, then the aco of spades, and now the king ol hearts was overtaken in dummy with the ace. Dummy then proceeded lo run off five straight heart (ricks. On the first four heart tricks East played two clubs, a diamond, and a spade. Ttie declarer ilisrarriert three clubs and a spade. West kept his queen of clubs and the Jack and one diamond. Now the last heart was led and East was squeezed. He had to hold the king of spades, otherwise declarers nine would be gixxl. So he discarded the seven of diamonds South therefore discarded the nine of spades. At this point West found himself squeezed. He could not release the queen of clubs, or dummy's ten yould be good, so he had to drop the nine o f diamonds. Of course, now all the declarer had to do was to lead a diamond and win the last two tricks with the kin,,-and ten in his own hand. Courier News Want Atls Pays FOR OLD FOLKS I. din de]idmi» chewuig £«• "Irind" bec-u» ih« chewing (*xiu'v« fn [he iy»tm a-noorfilr g(!nd«, n-tura^ (hota-jflli action- THE OSIICIOUS CHEWING GUM LAXATIVE step wifh Stole and, walk in Cora|att'6-way/ G ^ Inlfotlucing NATURAL 'BR1UCE ARCH SHOES .1 mail becoming styfe lor cvcrj fool. A very fiophioli- catci) style i n brown, black and blue. One ol our new_ Natural Bridge designs. Good Shoes and Hosiery ' '" >lls milll >' Irlciuls. his hoim' Mojidny ino- ,hii;, nnd tuneral seivlci'S wore held on \Ve<lnesd«y. J. L. Coins' home, of the Vicks- uurs cmiiiiiiinliy, mis destroyed by lire Monday afternoon, with only 11 radio and some bed clothes be- ins salvaged, "Tilt,, UolJi)(;ohlin House" was Mx'seiitcd by the Junior class Tuesday nl B hl. with diaries Holmes, Alberta f'aris. Ruby Oal- Violii Gallaher, Charles M, and ^ W'^'ot ^y^il SSH» liHK IKirt, Jlermcn iirucc Is ill from' mumps. Mrs. Harvey Gibson is ill at the home of her mother, MIS. A Anderson. Joe Bob Coppage. who is attciid- school "l Cape Gh Society — Per?oim} l meet tonight nt 7 o'clock at HID Community House. Mrs. u n. lltibtard is hostess (or l|io evening. Mr. und Mrs. Clone Slinneyfcll, nt tl»! Ixwchvlllc Slur, arc (ho parents o[ a diiimhtcr, bom Tuesday morning. Doris BelU Winner of Poster Award i u '! : Miss Josephine Spciico Weds Mhvvin Jackson LKACIIV1LLK. Ark., Murcli 21- Mr. nml Mrs, \v. A . siwncc have iinnounccd the ituirrlujic ol tbelr danshler, Josephine. ' lo Marvin Juckson, of Seimlh, Mo. The tniir- riiige was solemnized «t g o'clock Thursday evening by the Justice Harrison, at curd- attended Lcachvllle Theater Wi|l Give First Pjay .Next-Week Tlie Llllle Tlfeslcr, recently or- ,niif«d In this city, win present Ms.first play Thursday, March 28, nt tlio (ioxy. Ilienlnr. "Let Us lip Clny," Hachel Crolhcrs' sophisticated niodurn comedy, In uircc ni'14 Is being. directed by the Kevi J J. ThOI|)|XM»). / Miss limed Snmplo and W. L. TiillnfeiTO, of Osccola, have' tin: lending roles wllli lliese assisting; Mrs. 11, P. Klrshncj', Miss Jiillii Cralfi of Osei'olu, Chester u. nab- cock, Mrs, Anne Stevens 1'pUer, Jaiues Terry, Gene Uriullcy, Mrs, W. L. Homer, o. P, Moss, Joe Dulnnoy and Jimmlo Lee Brooks. Thn Llllle Thciilcr, hcuded, by Mrs. Anno Slovens Pottct as president. Is sponsored by n number of llio city's lending citizens. Plans for (lie sale of tickets nnd Ihc closing date for memberships "'111 he mmoimccd soon, ft is plnii- ned to have a committee iu chnrue of these. Now Sea Scallop iica Fpiiiitl BBM-1-OKT. N. 0. (UP)-Fjsher- inen ,Yei}lurin 8 20 miles oft the North Carolina coast have discovered a now source of revenue—the «a scallop. Heretofore they have found aiiat particular variety of scallop only in small numbers. Among the choicest sea foods, the sea scallop usually brines a. hisii price. b * of Ponce Mr. well. Mo. The bride 12£ Miss Uo,-| s the -'-"•" 't "II MLU UI 'f,-J offered by the lluslncss and Pro- IKI MI-S"E"M' CtTninEc ! (ifi' 0llal Womcn ' K dlll > If Junior Ins KUCfit a Mr ',',,nV i , SUlclclUs f °r Hie best paster Miss Lora Long has accent,1 n T '" cic l' icti "8 ^ significance position m ca,\ iersviili -is u ,'"° natloni11 <"^™>»<* «^!^_il a. Hufrm^lS'neck. 1 " 1 Profcssl ° nal '"SHEETS '!/s Lowest. 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To lase fill safely and nulokly lake one half twispcanful of Km"film suits In » ylnns of hot water iH-fure breakfast every morning- a i|imrler pound jar Inr.ls •! weeks, net It nl any.dru u store in America, If not Joyfully satislinl after the first bulllo—inonc)' iisek. —Adv. 3 THE REGULAR PRICE OF CALUMET BAKIN6 POWDER . IS NOW ONLY 25^ POONDjI AND THE NEW CAN IS SO EASY TO OPEN /'„ dren's Jieiids with brandy to prc- nn / here's L, 'Uxury and wear in Mansfield SPRING SUITS $25 •Styles Lee Air Coudilioued • Hats 3.50 , MEAD

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