The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1935 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 25, 1935
Page 2
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f i.Gfc TWO (ASK.). COURIER MONDAY, i93G crc Let,u Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS . Literal's 1 department, •• Woman's club, meeting wilh Mrs. Gullu-lo Ktng. Mrs. W. Leon Smiiii bavins Tuesday Contract club. Youn ' Matrons Bridge club meeting v.'ltt\ Mrs. Riley B, Jonea WiSDNE.SDAV'8 EVENTS .Mrs. O. W. McCutclwn Muring! Thursday Contract., club. .Mrs. Howard' Gill having BIWc study, Church of Christ. 'Mrs. W. J. Pollard fiUertalnine vJednesday Bridge club. THURSDAY'S bvtJNTS 'Mrs. W. b. Homer entertaining Mid- Week Bridge, club. Thursday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Charles Wyllc. 'Mrs. Byron Morse having Thursday umclwan club, • • SATURDAY'S EVENTS "Music Department Woman's cliib meeting with Mrs. James B. Clark, 2:30 p.m. . .j,uU "What We Teach About Alcohol and How We Do 11." Mrs. Ellis, the newly elected president, spoke on "The Htlccts of Alcoliol—Is It a Stimulant or n Narcotic?" Tills talk was supplemented by a brief discussion by Mrs, Ted L'lson, program chairman. In the social hour n plate luncii of tuna fish salad, co'lTee and cake m-re served by the hostesses, Mines. U. A, McKlnnon, W. A. Anderson *nd Simon Bmothevman. • » » Celebrate sllii (Inlay, J. A. McMiilUn cclc-brntcd Ills 70th birthday Sunday at his home, 5H West Ash street, by having nil his sons mid (laughters spend the dny with him. Dinner was .served nt the noon hour alto- Mr. McMullIn had opened his gifts. Those vrtscM incliifled Leon and James McMullIn, Mrs. Ira Lambert and family, Noel -Lewis and Joe. Carney. Woman's Club. Garden | Department Meet Together. Tne Woman's club and the Oar- den department of the organization held a joint meeting Friday afternoon at [lie club liouse. Mrs. Stanton was appointed to fill the iinexplrcd term as treasurer, Mrs. Joe S. Dillaluinty having moevd to Marie, Plans were made for a nnnmago sale Saturday. Friends and mcm- liers aie nsVted to call Mrs. J, W. Bsder, al 41, Mornings only, if thiy have any rummage. The club willhold nn Easier sale Friday and Saturday before Eas- tej; at which time cakes. Easter eggs, candy-and .rmnningc, will be sold. It was also'decided to have the first-'flower show at iliis time aCwhidi time a prize will be-given fb East Must Trump Partner's Ace to Beat This Contract II* WM. I!. McKENNEi' Sieiclaiy, American Bridge League This is another Interesting haml submitted to me by R, ||,.Iiich- ards, of Detroit, who recently won both the pair and tcam-of-fur championships Bits oj News Mostly Personal an old story about. 11 woman who was playing In a whist, louvni- nienl. Sim led a card and her plainer IrumiKd II. She got into VKQ J 10 8 2 « 483 10 4 tO 5.3 2 V 7 liiT 'are urged to attend the cjounty federation meeting here April' 3. •'" : -f, i ,...jft|4i Lljerary Department to Hare Guest Speaker. The Rev. Alfred Catpowlcr "''will speak on "Germany As T Saw H" in a meeting of tho "Literary department ol the Woman's club Tuesday afternoon. 2:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Outline King. Another feature of the program will be a talk on German lUera- iure, the subject of the program, by Mrs. James Hill. Celebrate Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dedinnn, formerly of here and now of Memphis, celebrated their f\tlii wedding anniversary with n, Dinner yesterday at their home. ''' The 15 • present' Included members of the bridal f parly and firs. Dcdman's mother, Mis. I. O. Westbrook. '• ; Full Gosrel Y. P. S. Enrolls Many Members. There were 43 members enrolled hi the Y. r. S. of the Full Gos- Mrs. it. K. Tinnnons and Misses Mary Francos ami Jane Humphrey anil Mr. Tom Toniton of Pa- liy,, anrt Mv. John Bon- Norvcllc Humphrey, a patient at tlnz of St. Louis, Mo., .visited Miss the lllytlicvllle hwplial, yesterday. . » B. J. Peterson, who has been Ecrlously 111, for sonic time, has been brought home after having been in Piiragonld Gcveral weeks at llic home of his daughter, Mrs. P. E. Rogers. Mr. nnrt Mrs. liog- crr. spent the weekend here. L. E. Old jr., of Memphis, s|icnt Ihe weekend with Mrs. Old. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Head, of Memphis, were here for the week end vlsltliig relatives. Among those attending the funeral of Ross Beavers here Sunday 'were Misses Mary Itatliryn Reese, of Jonestxwo, who will spend the week vvllU Mr. and Mrs. 11. E. Smith. The infant daughter of Mrs. Charles W. Oglesby, who accompanied her mother here from Fort Smith, was laken home by her uncle, llplslon Robinson'. Mrs. Oglcsby remained wilh her mother, JUrs. Mamie Phillips Robinson, who Is 1|1 at the Hotel Noble. Mrs. Robinson, is 'now improving. 1 Mr. jiiid Mrs. C, J. Cox have gone to 'St. Louis on a buying trip. . Mr. nnrt Mrs. W. J. Wimder- licli, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs James Driver and Mr. and Mrs Charles Hose, of Usceola, spcn the week end In Hot Springs. Dr. and Mrs. I. R. Johnsoi will leave Boston, Mass., toinor row for homo following six week: Is to bo employed In the National Exhibition to be held there beginning May 29tli. Miss Nichols will have chaise ot the Oriental perfume concession with a Chicago concern. Mrs. It. C. Malone and son, 11. C., of Pace, Miss., lire guests of Mis. Miilone's mother, Mrs. Singleton, who Is III at her home In the 1'ride uttUltloiv They will be here a week. Cl. Cl, Tucker, of Pace, Miss., and son, W. T. Tucker, of Mem- plibi, attended to business here Friday and Saturday. Frank Luckctl, who attends Hie University of Tennessee School of Medicine, Memphis, and two school mates, 1'aul Mnnsel and Harold Elslmry, were here for the weekend ns guests of Mr. Luckclt's parents, Dr. and Mis. J. A. Luckett.. Joe Hauga, of Memphis, snsivt the week-end here. Mr. and Mrs. -Floyd White and ons spent yesterday in I'ara- otilcl. Missss Margaret Shaver and ara Jo Llllle. who attend Clnls- lan college at Columbia. Mo. ill return to school toiporrou flcr several days at home. Mrs. 'oni A. Little and Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Shaver went up for them net Mr. and Mrs. Shaver will ake them back tomorrow. They >lan to be uway the last of the veck. Jack Flnley Robinson attendee o business in Memphis Salurday Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Raiucy and Mrs. 11. N. Swearengen are in lemphls. Mr.-and Mrs. Elman Jesper, ot Memphis, arc guests of Mrs. Jes- rer's sister, Mrs. R. L. Galnes, and family. . . '.'• A. C. Blaylock, who Is employed In Memphis, spent- the week-cud at home. pel church Sunday evening. The goal of the membership drive was 40 and this li^d been ' increased 1° 100 by July 1. '' ' stay there while Dr. Johnson wti attending Harvard university fo a special course In medicine. Mils Jamie Nichols, formerly o here, who. has been employee Sou Born . • I in St. Louis for the past fc\ Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmie Smother- mo »« 1s - ls vlsitl "E Blends man announce the birth of a son Oklahoma City, Okia.. en rout today noon at th.eiu'lythcville hos-1 !o Sa " D1C BO. Calif., where sh pital. Tho baby, who weighs nine pounds, has not yet been named. D54 4 AC » A 9 5 J • 107-1 + AQJ S Diipllcale—All viil. iiontli \Veit N'orlH Knul 1* 1* PilbD Pans IV Pass lead—4 K. il5 »tid, E«jt has to (.rnmp his part- cr's ac«. the flty In response to hlj partner's ctla- nond bid., »3§t opened, the Xing diamonds »n<i when it held, he onllnucd /with the three, which tVcst won 'wilh the 'queen. ~ The ace ot diamonds came next and tow, if EaU was a meek little >iirl|ier, he would probably dlscprt spade. The contract would thei City Council ifcut In tb« dtath of ncfs Beavers the city h*s lost'ona of jts best, most efficient atid, , ovable ofticlals and (liat ijjp com. nunlty lt»s lost ««? o( u« \d, best c!U«5»i , (8) That a copy of this resolution, signed by the members, ot Iho City Council and the Mayor be furnished Ross 1 family, and. (hat a copy be turned over to -the local paper. cUl«t at , w»6 foe be made, because West woulr] bi. forced to make a losing lead. If he led a spade, North would mate two spado tricks, and, if ho led. a diamond, the declarer would ruff and discard the losing spade from dummy. And if a club were led, two clubs could be established for discards. However, If East, were smart, instead of discarding a spade, he would trump his partner's ace,, so as to be able to return a spade. And then the contract would be defeated, one trick. Passed and approved this " 1035. n. D. Hughes Harold S. Steniberg W. M. Wtlllanis K. R. Jackson Tom W. Jackson J. E. Utnsfwcl Aldermen Cecil Shane Mayor. ( 'tip first f^ethodist church, of- ftcyices, interment cemetery. cobb ynt(ifrti))s,lng company In (.\iarue' of, funeral arrnncc' She Is survived by three daueh- ers, Mrs. irtle .Tinkler of. Gray lldgo, Mo., Mrs. Myrtle Halstcad, of Blytheville, : and'Virginia Kemp of B)ythe\'llle,-:and' one brother Humphrey, of. this city. She was a member of .the' Methodist, church. ; . ,; • u! chancery wtfrt asking « divorce (torn Urs 'Eula' M^ Xo*8»n w f founds P{ (nd.i5nitles. Mor|an also aslts that » .ert'' an 1 ? division oj pwptjvy be made by'.ttw cwirt.: Ttie'!Writn s were married In 1988 ..... c|wd,e F. Cooper Is attorney (or trur epfalntlfe t Sues for Divorce . O. M. ^organ hss filed suit In ho lead again, led another ca and again her partner trmnpe The next time she got in, she laid lown the ace of trump and said, Tiy and trump that, will you?" There are a lot of people who Ihlnk the worst crime hi bridge is to trump your partner's ace. Bridge Is a strange game: Ihc things you are taught not to do on Resolution of Regret at Ross Beavers' Death ; A resolution, adopted as of Friday, was ordered spread on the city council's records Saturday, expressing regret al the sudden death Thursday of Ross Beavers, city clerk. The resolution follows: RESOLUTION BIS IT RESOLVED by the City Council of the city of Blytheville: U> Thnt it is the sense of the Services Held Sunday for Mrs. Sarah Kemp Funeral services were held Sunday altevnoon for Mrs. Sarah Alice Kemp, 14, who died Saturday at her home liere. Tho Hev. W, V. Womack, pastor Schoo? of ' Beauty Cu]lur» '"• open soon 1st Nat'l. Bank Btdg. for Details See Mrs, Berry in a D A.I Elaine'Beauty Shop'.;.. Today's Contract Problem Would you make a preemptive bid with the South hand'.' Mow should the bidding proceed with Kast and West vulnerable? Can you seo ths; mistake that will allow the declarer to make four spudes? * Q D S 2 V (3 10 S 4 A J 10 * S64 Positive Relief For Itchy Skin Cooling and Bonthlmj Blue Stir Ointment melts on llio skin, sending tested medicines deeply into pnres where il <|ulckly hills itch, teller, rash, eczema, fnol iu-li. rii^ivorni. STAR BARBER SHOP Firs I Class Work Just back of Kirby's On South Second St. MKS. H. C. IIALSEL!,, Prop A A K J 10 7 G f ¥ A • Ii5 'I + 1Q. 1 ) Bolutioa In next issue. 25 Man's Heart Stopped, Stomach Gas Cause W. L. Adams was bloated so with gas that his heart often missed beats itfUr eating. Adlerlka rid him of all gas, and now he eats anything and feels fine. Klrby Bros Drug Co. _ Adv . K , 5 TOO UTS TO CF/ASSIFV FOB RENT FRONT BEDROOM In modern home, Phone 984 or 24. c kt( me hand Is Just the thing you hould do on the next hand. For example, to defeat today's LIQUOE PERMIT Notice is hereby given 'that the Commissioner, of - Revenues of the Stale of Arkansas, has issued a permit to Crawford Noble to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage al retail on the premises described as . The. Little Shop Room located facing Broadway in Hotel Noble building, Blythevillei Ark. ...... : This permit Issued on the 22nd. day of March.. }935, and expires on the 30th, day of June. 1935. Taxi service- . 'EAT UP the Miles With Standard ESSOLENE Arrnorc! P.^T. A. Has Jlceling. The Aimorel'' P.-T. A. met I Thursday afternoon for a pro-1 iram of music by the Kiddy Band, a'pageant, and talks by llw president. Mrs. J. C. Ellis, and) Mr. Cohasler. Miss Katlirju Orear, music I teacher in Ihe school, presented | the Kiddy, band. The pageant, "Dollte's Dream of | Holland," given by shiclcius of Ihe ' third mid fourth grades, presented a unit of work done by these pn- ptts. . Mr. Conasler'3 talk was on! Doctors Choose NOW IS a Qood Time to Have YOUR Tractor Looked Over Buy a tankful of Essolene at our low price awl try it on a long trip . . . You'll bo delighted wjth the way the miles seem, to vanish. PER GALLON GOODYEAR and MANSFIELD TIRES LAXATIV You do Got hirs lo tf,M childri Fssn^'Enim, the dciiciou, liitinz gum lix'tiTF. Tiny like it. At>rf, b U '<he«d tKe tMttivc ins:«li?tit <*-iA hitpful ulira^ juice ind so e ITlCem scjetitific»llT. al njturc ir\ten fhoci: of 1 tittsh UxaUvc nun b lh «d. Twj. d«tor* lite tha nsn.iiri(»!i dlUt (olra-itg q'uliti's . of tct Iixttfve injrfditnt. It givfj a prompt, but gtnllf action for cvcty of the f«nul7, Delay, ta daf «to-J» « : xint U- tif, pifmnl, «(i«cd7* t taixtt. lit asd'llc at dfjgsisu. ,, Tbeie,.Atc , , : 1MQRE- GOOD CUPS - Of' ColTce.-Iir 15vtry Pound OI Forir LtaC • Our S/io/j Is McCORMlCK- DEERING SERVICE Headquarters GENUINE IHC PARTS Used Highway fil - Stale Line - On (lie Arkansas Side 'Are They New, Doii't Delay ==• Our 'Shop.-Can Handle Your Job Quickly Now Y OUR tractor has important work ahead of it! Let us look it over and l«ll you what it needs. There is no charge for inspection—and when work is needed our price* are rcasonabjc. We have the experience and tho equipment—you are assured a firat-class secvice job when'you turn your McCormick-Deering Tractor over to us." DELTA IMPLOTTS, INC. L. G. Nasti, Mgr. Phone 803 Next to Armory E VEN the family will think you have new drape s—after they've been cleaned by our nethod. Original colors ained. We also dry dean blankets, comforters and pillows at very lominal cost. Before storing away those Winter Garments, have them Dry Cleaned, It. Protects Against Moths. INUAVA GLEANERS Phone 180 , FIRE CHIEF GAS Starts 47% Faster than the U. S. Government requires for its emergency equipment. JOYNER& KON1F1ELD Te.vico Distributors Drive in here for your fsnkful of the new Texaco-Ethyl Gasoline. Ethyl, the anti-knock compound, h«ji been added to Ihe »ea§»tion«l Texaco Fire-Chief Gwoline. The result is a smoother-running, fir more powerful gasoline than WM ever before thought possible. It's here. We h»ve it. Come in »nd try the quickest-starting, sn«edit»t, liveliest gasoline sold anywhere. EXACO-ETHYL fTEXACO FIKE-CHIEF GASOLINE PLUS ETHYL BILL WUNDERLICH Phone 711 - - - Corner Main & Fifth Are you planning to leave your family $ 5,000 OR MORE? Read below how it can l)e done at a reasonable cost by means of The Prudential's "Modiued 5" policy. It will protect you through the next five years for an annual premium JUST ONE-HALF of the rate payable thereafter. Never more than a few cents for each dollar you wish to provide. PRESENT AGE IVeareAL birthday 20 to 23 24 to 39 40 tv 46 47 to 50 Also issued at FOR EACH DOLLAR OF INSURANCE your anutial contribution -would be FIRST FIVE YEARS AFTER FIVE YEARS less than 1 cent less than 2 cents fess than 1^ cents less than 3 Cents less than 2 cents less than 4 cents less than 2^2 cents less than 5 OCnlS MINIMUM POLICY, $5,000 No Better Time Than the Present Consult Local Agent or Office, or Home Office -.: For Further Information See, . . . • **M*ui«tit«&<aM*IME73a5WWBSa G. G. CAUDILL BLYTHEVILLE,-ARKANSAS ' Phone 797 •"- Office': 106 North Broadway

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