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PAGE TWO BI.YTHBVH.LB, (ARK.); COimiJSR Crete Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs.:. Max B. Reid having Young Matrons Bridge club. Tuesday Conlrael club meeting \\lth Mrs. Flojd White. City P.-T,. A. council meeting, 9r30 a.m.. high school auditorium. intermediate .Girl Ambassadors meeting. Baptist church, 4 p.m. :SUted. meeting ol Eastern Star at hall, 7 30 pni Executive 'board. Woman's Council Flr&t Chilsitnn chuVch meeting nltVt,Mi& .George W. Darhani, 1 ;P,< M. •" < •' , , ' 'jhl^imedlale G Av'fc First Baptist,''church meeting at chinch 4 '£>uild' or First ClulsUan church njeetuis ulili Mri Rcnkcrt Wct- eniamp, 7:45 p.m. AVUDNKSbAY'S EVENTS Mississippi County Federation of Women's club having all day mcet- jrjg.here,-city hall, 0:30 a.m. ^D A R meeting wllh Mrs. Allies Hill, 2:30 p.m. •Business Women's circle Kirsl Baptist church meeting at church, fCr M. **l\iis. Paul Grimes having Bible study.Church of Christ, 2:30 p.m. *.Mrs. Paul Hucklns Jr. havinu .Wednesday.'Bridge dub. •"Delphiiitt Fl|ie Art club meeting dj Hokl Koblc, 0:30 a.m. ~ THURSDAY'S EVENTS -rMrs, Russell Phillips having , the Thuisclay Lunclvon club. -.Mld-Week Bridge club meeting with Mil. I! H Houchliu. "Mrs J r Lent! having Thurs$5' Contract club ^Meeting of Mississippi county Boptlst Training Union at Second Sapilsl rhmch, 7 30 pill. £Mrs, N B. Mertard ' having ' ThurEdaV'^BiWgc.club.,1 ',-,'. "Country":• club •" having "Dcpres- sjtm Parly," 8 P. M. , .* FRIDAY'S EVENTS .1 Woman's Democratic club meeting at Hotel Noble, 0:30 a.m. "Elnroood Cemetery association meeting \vilh Mrs. U W. Mullins, £30 P M ^ Ladies Bible class, First Meth- wilst chinch, meeting with Mi's. W A Stickmon, 7 30 p.m. .., 7 SATURDAY'S EVENTS "Children of .Confederacy meeting with Elaine Anderson. -Mnies. Charles Perry, J, p. Hol' land, Whit Goodman, Dixie Crawford and Riles B Jones having bridge luncheon at American l/;- gjon hut, ,. , : Country Club Will Have "Depression Parly" Members of the country club will have a "Depression Party" at the : club Thursday evening from 8 until 11 o'clock. Dancing .will begin shortly after 8 with ladies' Ing as one of-the opening attractions for the dance,..with music by (he radio. A new loud speaker has b«n Installed, A.Plate lunch will bo served nt •10:30 o'clock. This Is to be the first of a scr- ies of Informal affaire for the spring season along this line with only club members Included. Full Gnspzl Cliurch's Young; People Meet. The Y P S of the Full Gospel church, in a meeting last evening, was divided Into two group.' with Miss Olive Henley and Clyrf: Montgomery as leaders. .The Rev. Harmon Holt spoke on "What the Y.'P. S. of Any Church Should Stand For.' 1 .It Is planned to have a speaker lor each Sunday evening ineetiw;. 6 30 o'clock Marriage Licenses l>Micd. These have recently obtained marriage licenses from lire DlyHu- ville ofllce of the county court clerk: Miss Zelphia Lee Timmon and Thomas Porter I'ayne, botli of here, by Justice E. D. Walker; Odus Vcrnon Hayes and Miss lx- Vana Jewell Stout, both of Stecle, Mo.; Leonard Roberta and Miss Lorene -White-bead, both of Manila; James Cianthcr and Miss .••Hazel King, both'of Manila-. J. Ci. Golf of Cardwcll, Mo., and Mrs. Gertrude Berrybmy. ol Arbyrrt. Mo., by Justice Willie Richir;!- son; Lawrence Grlcr and Miss Bcttie Brown, botli of Whisp, Ark., by Justice Willie Richantson;- Ben OverUjn and .Mrs. Janie Bollon, both of. here, by the Rev. H B Montgomery; Walter E. Cole, of Paragould, and MUs'Bcatiicc Nettles, of Ooceola, Meltmi|J. Koehler and Miss Ruby Mae Phillips, bolh of Dell, by the .Fey Baxter Gill: Shed H Bcvilf'and Miss Ruth Wyl:n« l\y, bolh ol here, by Ihe Rev V. te fJJialfanl, pastor of the Lake Street Methodist church. Bits oj News Mostly Persona: Mr. and Mrs. John lliirgcll and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Simpson spent Sunday In Cape Glrimlcau as gucbis ol Mr. and Mr.-). Ouldcn Penney. i Mrs. Frank Henley spent yesterday In Memphis with Mr. lien- ley ivjio if ill nt the veterans hos- piial where he underwent an op- cni|ion. > .(, Klinca.- Everett B. Clce and 'KUS- scll : Phillips and Miss Belle Wliit- siit motored to Memphis today for he play, "Mary of Scotland." O. Snouyo, wiio lias "oecn scrl- ..iisly ill at the Memphis BnplLst lospital, has returned home. He 5 now able to be out. Mr. nnd "Mrs. M A.ilsnacs went o Memphis today to uc wltli Mrs. Junes' sister, Mrs,' Albert Thorn vho underwent nn operation foi ippcndicltls today at (lie Baptist lospltul. Ray Jackson spent Hie weekend ui Memphis. Mis. Rnlyh Stnllli is visiting relatives in Osci'ola today. J. L. German, of aicelc, Is 111 at the Blylhevlllc hospital. Mrs. EditHe B. Dnvld mui hci mother, Mrs. u ,M. potter. Misses Marie Lcgsdt and Vhsjiniii Boiir- land siienl Thursday ami In " irduy In PoragciiUl as guesls of he Rev. and Mrs. George w "ylcs. Mr. mid Mr«. A. G. Shlblcy ant) amlly, and Miss Ellen Moore iiwit ycslcroiiy with friends in Memphis. Mr. ami Mis. c. A. Hovcy have •cturncd frojn n visit In niloxl Miss. Mr. and Mrs. c. ti. Bugfielt returned yesterday from .several days spent In Miyellcvlllc, Fort Smitli ami points of Okljihumn. Firewood may be obtained in exchange for potato peelings or other • , food; refuse which Is of no further use, through on automatic machine ; installed In Berlin. Notice to Voters Phone 615 if >ou need a car to tahe you lo the polls tomoi row. Transportation furnished f'-ee. Vote For ROSS STEVENS conipanled home by his w j fo and wo children who had spent the >asl week here with friends mid • Sleelc'Cooler Society — Personal . W. Znhncr was In Memphis ast wcok for tin examination at lie C'lulslcr clinic. Mrs, Cicorge Burnett has relum- ed to Poplar Illuff where she will undergo another treatment by "a specialist. Miss l.oana Davis hiw rcliiraed . Ed Crest left Sunday for his lome in Marston after icrc wll!i his brotticr. a visit '" Mcm l" lls hei „. switch Is Henry lioswell. Lamb of Canada of Mr . al]rt M Mrs. Fred Snnitcfur spent Friday In Memphis. Miss .Mary Catherine Miirtlii returned yesterday from Hot Springs where she took a technician's course at n clinic. Miss Martha Robinson and Murlon Gray met ner In Memphis. J. L. Thompson Ji\, of Memphis, spent the weekend here. ..Miss Norvellc Humphrey, who nas been 111 «t (he Blythcvillo Hospital since an accident more than a jjionlb ago In u-lilcli u vertebra In her back wns broken, will bt> removed to u Memphis sllnlo Oils \reck for further treatment. One ot her sides is also paralyzed. Mtes Aclit H. Doniio, who is ill at the Blytheville hospllal froi a fraclured hip, | s slowly improving. Her condition is very good. Among .those In Memphis today for the play, "Mary/ Queen of Scotland," are Mines. Paul Huckins Jr., W. J,' Pollard, W. II. Millyard, Matt Monaghan, Farnsivorth Black, w. J. Wuncierltch, Clar- «ncc Vollmer and Jnmes H. Bell, Miss Martha Lyn Nonls, who was removed lo the Blylhevlllc liospltnl Snturdiiy in a Cobb ambulance allcr havinc been 111 almost-two weeks al the home ol Mr. anil Mrs. Samuel F. Norris, Is slightly improved Ifday. Mr. iind Mrs. L,. E. Tull and family left today lor Trenton, Tenn., where they will reside, after, having lived here for.the pasl two years. The condition of Robert E. L;e King, who 1 5 critically 111 at the Memphis Baptist hospital, Is \m- clmngcd today. He underwent an operation Friday following a four months illness. C. F. Tucker has returned from Oxlord. Miss., where he accompanied Ills daughter. Miss Ruth El- Miior. Miss Kalhcryn Dcnton arid Charles Emerson Hall back lo the university after lliey hart spent ihe spring vacation at home. Elbcrt Huffman siwnt the week end In Memphis. Mrs. Fred Rutherford returned yesterday from the Memphis Baptist hospital where she underwent a major operation. Mr. Ruthcr- tord went down for her. Mmcs. W. J. Pollard, A. M. Butt and Farnsworth Black spent Silt- Mrs. J. A. Travis and Mrs. G. O, Bowcn were co-hostcsies to the Woman's Missionary society last week nt a meettnu attended by n members and two suesls, Mrs. J. !!. May, of Stcelc, and Mrs, liarncs, of PortaRcville, house guest of her daughter, Mis. J, H. Workman. 1'rlilny afternoon the club had a call meeting at which plans ' were made for a chicken dinner lo be served on Tue«lny fn the building; next door to the City Meat Market. This afternoon the club will meet with Mrs. R. S. Sleclc Jr. Mrs. Peter Colcman wns hostess to the nook ami Study club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. R. C. stcele sr. wns In ciiai'RC of llie pi-osram. Tile mcelliiB this week will be with Mrs. Uleo Ciarrclt. Mr. ami Mrs. P. M. Pulley huve purchased the Jnckson lunch room, which wns recently opened on Main street. Miss Missouri darner spent last week end with her parents In Osccola, Ark. The Woman's club was entertainer! by Mrs. Jc.wle Young of Olbson Wednesday nflcnioon, The afternoon .was spent In quilting. Members of the Gibson Library club met In Ihc home of Mrs. Luther Howcll Thursday afternoon «»<! nill'lcrf (wo quills that will be sold to buy new books. Mesdamcs J. W. llciuv J. M. Crockett, Sims Mlchle, Ncwbcrry Johnson and Gerald Brooks spent Thursday In Memphis shopping. Miss Irene Guthrie of Lake City i'k., has arrived for a week's visit 'ith her sisters, Mrs. Until Law- ion and Miss Eunice Guthrlc. i Mr. and Mrs, Sam Hcrndon have ctiirncrt to (heir home in stiill- Ki'l, Ark., alter a visit here with elatives. Mr. and Mis, Cecil Wcliiglielcl ere hostesses to an Informal party at their home near Stcele Sat- irday night. The guests included friends from Cooler, Holland and 4t ' clL '- ' : vt Mrs. Alvl/i Slcplwns, Mrs. Doerncr and Misses Alice and Hiilli McDanlel spent Thursduy "id Friday in Van Buren, bitylnc flowers for their yards Mr. and Mrs. Fred ForsyUie und children have returned lo their home at Tyler after an extended isit with i-clallves In Cooler while lie water was up mound their home. " ' i John Crawford, who has been seriously 111 with double pneumonia, is showing -quite a bit of Improvement. Mrs, carl' Shcclcy, who has been confined, to her home the 'past week by Illness. Is'•Jwprortng Mrs. S. B. Blaylock.'Is In Pltts- iioro. Miss., H the bedside of her father, who f s seriously ill. Vcrnon Casey of Memphis spent Sunday here with his parents Mr and Airs. E. B. Casey, 'flu was no-' Ilornersville Society — Personal Dr. E. G. Cope sgicnt Monday and Tuesday in Memphis anil Little Hock attending to business. Misses Mary Louise Fields, Helen Mayer and Joivcll Mcdenir were in Cope Girardeau over the week end ns tsucst.'i of their parents. Miss Mnucl Lnnedon and Miss Qei)cvlcve Allen left Thursday for Naiihvllle where . they enrolled as students for special work In Pc-i- bocly Collejjc. Miss Myri Anderson, who Is attending Washington University In St. Louis, arrived Saturday to >end the week end with he,- par- M! ; " nd Ml ' s ' °' B - A'«lcrson. Miss Mattic sue Tinnln spent >aturrtay In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. J. B, Cancer anit """ " "Let Us Be Gay" at Roxy Theater Thursday Nigh I Tickctr, for the opening production of the Little Theatre, lo be given at the Roxy (healer next Thursday evening, arc In the hands of members and on sale at Klrby Brothers Drug store. They are 40 cents each. "Let Us lie Gay," by nnchcl Crnlhers, ax played on Broadway (luring a recent season and In motion pictures with Normu Shearer and Marie Dressier, Is the first play to be given by the group, recently organized with' Mrs. Anne Stevens roller as president. Mrs. a. P. Klrshncr plays the role of Madame Boiiclcault, the harsh voiced, sharp longued old lady who is hostess to a house party at which Die plot Is developed. Mrs. Klrshncr Is said to piny this role wllh great finesse. The guests Include tlic charming; Kitty Courtland Brown, played by Miss Hazel Sample, and Bob Brown, pluycd by is, L,. Taliaferro, ol Osccola, once happily married and now happily divorced. The young granddaughter, played by Mrs. Potter engaged to ! Bruce Keen, played by James i Terry, the poelic Wallace Grain- gcr, played by Geno Bradley, and his "inspiration," personified in Madge Livingston, played by Miss Julia Craig of Osccola, and tlic habitual' ivcek-ender, portrayed by Chester R. Babcocfc, are other gicr- soiialitics around which the play Is built. ' ' MONDAV. Lowest Card Often Conveys Information Sorely Needed i, 1»35' : Solution to Previous Contract Problem 111' WJI. K. McKENNEY Secretary, .Vmcrlcan Brlrfsc Leslie About seven or clfiht years ago Cleveland was credited with, herns (he center of duplicate bridge In the United States. Contract became popular and soon New York City took command of the situa- Uon, Today the United Slates Is alive with dupllpalc bridge and New York players- arc finding It more difficult to retain their championship .titles.- It is with great, Interest thiil I ani .watchng the activities 'of (he Piic'lfic' Coast director of the American Bridge League, Tom Sloddard of Los Angeles. He hits advised me that American Bridge League, activities on the coast have met with great I Nelson J3. Tlll|) , - „ Cocational Agriculture In the lo cal schools, accompanied a num l>cr of mciiibeis of F F of A in Dexter Saturday where thev ^ MISERABLE, AILING? TF. your day begins \vitli frayed nerves, lurkaclir, liradaclic or periodic l«ins, you uccil a tonic like Dr. Pierre's Favorite I»-K-= u ••••<..-. 1'rcscription. Mr5. pligj/^y S. B. Taylor ol 214 PPs^" E. 1st Avc., Cor-•>•"'•'W sicaiu. Texas:—"I had a Ilian> Mill in my liplil si.lf anj W1( 50. Wk 31 limtj lhat I jusl l,jj to .Irai ti»-«lf »bo«l tht hoMsr. I used to have (rc- 1. hj^ USPI) Dr. Picrcc's F^YoriieVitscri^ Iiofi I had tto fiiilhrt tioublt. The. pain in lu >';Jnw 'i^appearej. also l!ic I-- : JCtrl Intrf f^;t fine cvTr since" New '.i:r. Tablets 5(>ci<.. li,|ui.| 511 Hit. lj>u. or Iknhl. Sl.Ji. All ilcu \\nie Dr. l-inrf's Clinic. Butfjlii'iVi'V.. for tree moltcjl ativicc. Individual i. Stenography- 2- Secretarial. \VorlV 3. Kookkcrpiug 4. Accounting" 5. All Clerical AVork liinoll any ^ay—fi'll coui&rs EMMA LAT1MER, 3Igr. Cape Girardeau Business College CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO. Ul.vflievtlle School of Ucanly Cull me Open rtjtrll 1st 1st Nat'!.' Bank Bids. .For Details Sec Mrs..nerryinan At Elaine Beauty Shop ' * "" d Jmfs poiul. Mr Mon M SI A. liitffin spent TlVursrlav ""-""-u, where ho attend of Maytag Dealers. Demonstration Club News Notes '-"*.' - Itctcc C'luli Meets The Recce Horae Dcniaiu>trntloii club met Wednesday with twelve members and three visitors present. The meeting was ojx>ne<! by repeating the collect and singing "Arkansas" and "I Love lo Tell Hie Story". The former officers were rcelccled: Mrs. B. H. Cald- wcll, president; . Mrs. Cecil Bunn vice president; Miss Vclner Wilson, secretary and treasurer. Misses Vclner Wilson, Estellc Jordan and Mrs. Virt'll Lcndcnnic were appointed as j program com- initlce by the president, plans were, made for raising money to um :_ ehn.sc a new linoleum for the kitchen floor. Mrr. 'j. s. Godwin I made n talk on culling eggs for B and food lor baby chicks. Mrs. Clara Jordan distributed * Q s r, V K Q J r, 4 9 7 r> + G 4 2 V 0 7 4 3 * A K n * A K i; 3 Dealer A 6 3 V 10 S 5 ••: 4QS.2' AQ J III S 7 A A K J 10 S 2 V A a • J 10 S •! *° Duplicate—None vul. South West, \orlh Knsf 1 ^ Dnulile Pass 2 ^, 3 A l'«ss -I A 1'aW Ope niu g load—4 K. i the mantel of some California club before the-end of 1535. In sending .me' today's hand Stoddard says, ''It is the litlle thinly (Ijat count in bridge, i find lhat It Is rather hard for the be- 1 Blnner at bridge to realize = that 'A Is'just as Important-to watch j the play and the discard of deuces and treys as It Is of the aces and kings," and he certainly gives a nice- hand to exemplify his point. The Play Even though East hart bid clubs, West correctly opened the king of diamonds, on which East played Ihe three , and South the four. • Now, when you want your partner to continue with a suit, you .arc supiiosed to give him a high card. When you want him to shift lo (mother suit, you play u low card. Well, of course you can sec that Ea.st lias no hish diamond to give, cxceplliiB his (juet'ii, but he. (Iocs' play Ihe highest one he has. West realizes that Soulli may be concealing ihp cieuce. To get [more complete Information', West shifts and plays tile king of clubs; East plays the seven. Now the seven of clubs is a much higher card than llic three ol diamonds, but,.if you will observe, West can account for every card under the seven spot. Therefore, Die play of the seven by Bait, even UioueliVjl | 5 a j.t,.,. card, Is telling his jjW,. n(J "Vo continue wllh that iuit. ' . West now plays Ilk ace of dlii- monds, and when h« receives the deuce from Ills parfncr" Jje coj linues the diamond suit and defeats the contract^ If West had continued .with the -ace V olitb" the contract woulcl have been Head' Courier Nevi^Waul Ads. success and as a result winners of the various events will be sent east this summer to play against tlic eastern slurs. So we .may find one of the national championship trophies of the lengue resting- on Constipation 6 Years, Trouble Now Gone John J. -Davis had .chronic constipation for six years. By using Adlcrika he soon got rid of it, and feels like a new person. Adleiika Is quick acting—safe. Kirby Bros. Drug Co. . _ A(lv . K .|; , .. en a jneoting ot Maytag Dealers « ne nlul fcod l01 ' bal V cl >icks. Mr and Mrs. ode Wince of •„, Mr t Clara J(irrtri » "istrfbuted onettc, were week end g iiM|, n lltcrnt »™ to each ct.airman. It «- y»'cc' s .bier. Mrf Hattl ^ ^^ to ha ™ meeting." of liiimule. " c Ihe club twice a month < omato ____ ___ __ TOO' LATE TO CLASS)F?~7 FOK SALE i HEATON HOME OF FLOWER FOR LEASE Brick business building !n best <l strict, ready for occupancy In May. choice location. G. G. Caudiil « rhone 797 FARMERS BANK > & TRUST CO. INSURANCE PKfT. Are You MILEAGE . . :. or jusl THINK Yoij Are? •Huy your gas; on its vcconl . . . nol on iU promises'! Check up nn the ga.s you arc new using. Then Ir.v ;i (aukftjl of our SfaiMianl Lssolene. Coinpiu'c the mileage and all. ai'ouncl pcrformancr.: d' your car. We- say you'll come hack for more! STANDARD ICSSO.LENE per. Gal TERRY SERVICE STATION HIGHWAY St—STATE L1NK—AHK. SIDE •. DANCING . • At The American Legion Hut Friday and Saturday Nights Under Auspices of the Lesion Admission—Gentlemen 25c Ladles Free LIQUOK PERMIT Notice Is hereby clvcii that the' CoimniMioner of Revenues of the' Slate of Arkansas has Issued 'i permit lo Crawford Noble to sell ami dispense vinous or spirit nous 'liquors for beverage at retail on' the premises described as The UtUc Shop Room located facing Broadway in Hotel Noble building, Blythevillo Ark, ',.','/. : This"permit issued on the 22rid day ot March, 1935, and expires onllie SQlh day ot June, 1935 . Announcement DI-. Cli:iK. Soberer, Chiropodist Will be in Shoe Deiiarl- monl of the New Tuck Store Tuesday, April 2, 8:30 to 5 o'clock Phono 146 for Appoint-: ments PHILLIPS LOOK! LOOK! LOOK! ; lliis Beautiful Black Fortl Tudor with Green Wheels. Motor in A-l Condition—Tiros Liike' ; New. 1935 License. Bargain at §<lb'5 ;:• Watch our Bargain Center for Daily Bargains. Open Mights Until 0 o'clock. PHILLIPS'USED CAR LOT Corner Walnut & First Sts.' ' ,' Phone 818 Vote For BLYTHE City

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