The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 27, 1933 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 27, 1933
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PAGE TWO JLYTKEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER r . :Social Calendar '' ; . TUESDAY'S EVENTS • Tuesday Contract club, Mrs. w. Leon Smith hostess. i Young Matrons Bridge club, su|>- •-per party, Mrs. Murray Smart '.hostess. : ' ' 4' - Eastern Star to meet nl TI30 p. in. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Wednesday Bridge club, Mrs. ' Harry Klrby, hostess. ' . Current Events club meeting with Mrs. J. Seal Gcscll, 1:30 p.m. , : THURSDAYS EVENTS. 1 Goodfclkws Chnrlty bull, , city \8udilorlum, 10 p. in. . ; FRIDAY'S EVENTS - Ci-.urch of Christ Blblo study group meeting with Mrs. J. E. Brat. .clier. 1 Elnnvood Cemetery association : meeting with Mrs. A. B. Holland v;Miss Dolores Harwell j Weds Mr. ft J. Watson Announcement Sins been made of :' the marriage of Miss Dolores Harwell of tills city, daughlcr of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Harwell of Mem phis, to Mr. n. J. Watson, eon of Mr.,and Mrs. T. R. Watson of this city. The .wedding occurred. In Car ruthersvllle,- .Mo., Wednesday, No* .vember 22. .-.'- The bride wore a brown woolen : : suit i with a .satin blouse and'her ;_'accessories were In wood brown. Their only • attendant was Miss •• Anna Margaret Dent of Caruthcrs- '• yllle, who fonnerly lived here. '•. Mr. Watson and his bride, who . are making flicir home with Ills parents, plan to continue their '.studies al ihe city high school. . ; Mrs. Watson, who Is the erand- ", daughter of the late Dr. John P. Sanders, marte her home with her aunt, Mrs. Ed -Stanley, and Mr. • Stanley since her parents recently , liioved to Memphis^. Sb^is a popular member of the high school set -/and a number£!of Interesting nf- '; fairs-are'bsinj her lion.'.or.. .'" .. ; The bridegroom Is employed nt .- Kroger grocery during vacations. . . * • * * . To llavS Blnjo Party. •; The senior high !school P. .T. A. ,. -Till have -a bingo -parly Tuesday 'evening, V:30 o'clock, at tlie armory ', .'ivhen'- turkeys',' 'dressed hens - and ^.canned goods will be among the • prizes to ba awarded. There will • also be an attendance prize. • . ' ...... . .:.:,u,_ ~ Thanksjivlnif Bridge -1 Parly at' ^bman's (fob. ••" Mrs..C. G. Redman arid Mrs. Rus. EC!! Parr entertained 68 ladies will) ,-a bridge party Saturday afternoon a? the Wonihi's club. • • .. ' It was a 'thanksgiving affair with this motif nscd in the deco. rations; tallies ' 'and refreshments. Rugs'and tapestries, in shades ol 1 . red, made a filling background for "the aulumn decorations. An ovcr- . flowing bowl of fruit and vegetables.- surrounded by 'tapers a n d -.leaves, ornamen&e<3 a large table in • Ihe center of'fhe Bafl fooin and In ., corners of the' room,;l!iere were - bowls of fruit, flanked with tapers arranged against sheaths of con -stalks arid red'terries' towering above pumpkins. The two hostesses wore costumes "of Puritan days and the tallies wen. - peri and ink • sketches of Purilai - maids. A similar design was nsec •in the score pads, also hand drain Miss Grace Map55 won the firs prize, a mirror, second high scor award, a magazine rack, went t -Miss Mary Emma Hood. Mrs. Sam uel c. Owen received a vedgewoci • pottery bookcnds for Ihe cut priz and,Mrs. V. 9. Hollandr.was give 'Dutch figurines' for "ttiV low scor pnzc.- • . . A molded cr.Icken salad, tea bis .cults, Individual pumpkin pic; (op Ped with whipped cream ma cot , Ice were served. SORROW lly Helen Wtlihimrr P T1IE mnmins I'm broke Ills |ii|x:s I'm sure noliody kurw; I think he Implied, r,1llin!i;;li luj h.i.l Mule songs I'cr residue. AN!) Ilicn lie look Hie hllcrrr! rwds , •> ( Tlic f;rnK BIXIW lor) Iliiu .... And mended Iliem until lie hcanl A song, stinl-swctt, lie-in. ()ll, Oi'l lie know Hie sliiniiif, lln'i _ Thai clinilK'il UK Infill hluv air VN'ns horn nf Kiicf". or w;is Jie, I<KI. Too juljilnnl to c.-iH' 1 .' Society Osceola — Personal Ann, of Memphis, were guests of r. and Mrs. I. n. Johnson ycs.- rdny. the Mississippi river nhd IU Ibutarle.i. | J. H. Elkins. who has been quite i seyenU clnys, Is -now much 1m-' ov«l. " "' Dr. Eugdne J. Johnson, Or., and rs. Robert Taylor nnd daughter, alion rep-rlecl from ShansI cuu be <luplicaled in virtually every othe province. New Liberty News Miss Lissie Pccry of Blytheviile visiting friends and relatives ere. Mr. and Mrs. Henry DDty are" vis- ing Mr. jirxt Mrs. Clayton Stevens tr a few day's.' Messrs.' $mlth Brnckln and John lelcalf drove .to West Memphis, krk, .Thursday, .where they B re lo * employed. Miss bolrtye Bledsce and. Doyle lasongame dro\'e lo Blytheville oturday. Miss Florence stokes calied on tiss Maxlno co|>clnnd Thursday. 'oot Biding of Wota^en Still Thrives in China PEtPING, Olilnii. (UP.i _ uoie !»t fool-binding is „ |hi n ~ 0( [| lc P«st in Ol'.ina received H severe c* when lh c village Adniiii- strallon Bureau of Sliaus! Province announced- Hint in S!m,:,i .U California Town Will Seek Gold in Street; DUTCH PLAT. Cal. (UP)—Rcsi dcnls of Has mining town Ion have known their city had street of gold, and now something is t be done nbout It. Plnccr County supervisors hav j-kncd n contract with Francis C Kablnn. of Chicago, for the minlr. of gravel imderlylnB the streets oiuls and alleys of the town. The increased price of gold lit undo the mining of lower gnu gravels profitable, and cnelncei cslimato there Is about pSvfeet t ay dirt, between the surface ah bedrock under the town. . K <>Uo»inj nn invKtlgation the re^sC'"' that ln Stansl "'^ re 948,1000 women with bound fee! Of these. G25.WO are between 15 .for g Sour s m gas and headache ~ CONSTIPATION Mrs. G. A. Koblnson, recently milted lo meniDcrslilp In a tuo hie bridge club comiM.sed entlri- o! the wives of .employees of e U. S. Engineers office here en- rtslncd the club with a bridge nchcon al her home Wednesday. Mrs. J. 1C. Pi-nther was winner high .score prize nnd Mrs. D. li. ullz wns awarded second high ore prize. Oilier members of Ihe club. Wen was organized In Cairo, III., fleet re- fall, arc csdiiines W. 15. House. A. T. Pate, ee Scntvold, Dan Perkins nnd J. Slrickling. Mrs. H. J. Hale was hostess to «fore the government rncd to Osccola this mothers, Mrs. R. A. Cartwrlght and Mrs. Flnley Cartwrieht. • • . Members of the Epworlh Uague of the Methodist Church were en- lerlained Wednesday owning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Rogers. • 4 • Members of the Yeoman Sunday School class of the Methodist. Church were entertiiincd Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. J. W. Edrlnglon. • • • W, M. Slcv;nrl. who was taken to the Baptist, hospital. Memphis, following a second slroke of par- ulysls several days ago, was reported much Improved Friday. Mrs. Stewart is with him. Mrs. C. w. Watson, Mrs. j. w. Slrlckllng, Miss Dorothy stair and Miss Virginia Florida Visited in Memphis Thursday. L. .B. Harwell of Friendship. feiui., who lias been the guest of his son, Dr. C. M. Harwell, and family this week, left Thursday for a visit in Dyersburg, Tenn. Mrs. Fiumlc Hale and her brother. Logan Young, both of Memphis. visited relatives here several days this week. Miss Willie Lawson of Little Rock wns a business visitor in Cteccola Thursday nnd wus a dinner eiirat Thursday evening at the MONDAY,' NOVEMBER 27, 1933 Constructive One-Over-One System Bidding Explained Today's Contract Problem North has the contract for six spades. East opens tho ijucen of diamond*, sijij, when In (he lead again, plays another diamond. What play will ulvc the declarer Ills contract? *KQJ !) 6 2 A 1 4 2 VJ 10 t S • K S 3 + K9 S 4 2 *QJ 05 4 A t 0 -1 » K Q 6:( # A 10 7 4 «107 Solution in next IBJUO. Solinion to Previous Contract Problem embers of her two utblc bridge home "of'MV.'a'nd'MrTw.'Vilunt. S««u llh onmrl*i tonic nt. lm>» It^ma ' •»<•_ ___ i * r __ »»__._. ,-_ ___ .. _ J . ub, entertaining nt her home 1 Mr. and Mrs. Harry C Miller ere Friday nftnp.oon. The only I jr., arc the parents of an infant :csl besides tlie members was! daughter born at the Methodist rs. Georgia Williamson, who is hospital. Memphis, Nov. 13 Tlie ere for the winter months with ...... er sister. Mrs. P. P. Jacobs, and [r, Jacobs. High score prize was won by Irs. Joe Cromcr. 1 want to set you right on one' Duplicate—Both -sides Vuti Opening lead— Jf, B. South Wcrt' Nortb Ernst 1 V Passj . 1 4 Pass 4 *'',' Pass Pass Pass •: > a? Worked Way Through Harvard CAM It) RID Ci'E, Mass. (UP) — Zacharlah Brigcn, the first undjr- gradualc at Harvard lo cnrn part of his way through college, was granted a scholarship in 1645 which amounted (o $12'.50, It was discovered recently. • There are between 70 and 80 known species of squirrels in the world. Read Courier News Want Ads. Phest Colds V!A • • • • Dcst treated without "dosing" V'CKS W VAPORUB STAINLESS now, if you prefer fense on the part of the opponents to slop the slam. The Play East opens the live of clubs, which West wins with the ace. New the • careless West player might lead a trump, hoping to stop tre declarer from ruffing any clubs. Mr. mid Mrs. n. A. Cartwright nlertalned nine friends at an in- ormal dinner parly Tuesday eve-; llttle girl has been namcdPatricia Ann. Mrs. Emma Porter Dies Mrs. Emma Porter, 47, wife of J. R. Porter, succumbed Saturday point in bidding "in the construe- *f ut " "e does this, East would live one-over-one svstcni. You need have to play perfect defense to keep ™» v, 0 ,,o „„„ „,„; /,n«.i<«if v,i,r* 'he declarer from making a small say ee- th e am l hme h ng i.recceding the dance nt llic ;LUt]c mvcr coramu * uty . Her depth V R^ni^, "liff iTq wu'S MS allrlbutrt (0 a " «««=k'of i' H «" tlcr! ' D "; Mrs - R - s - w »- pneumonia. ou Jr.. Misses Mary nolle CcAvnn. 1 Fl]nc , al M«toe Smith and Virginia Smill,,',^ ,U WP rf. i,r>w v<,<: c cemete v whe e , 01I -nte™c,il wam°L wHhlhe Re\ Leo Oliver, | Mr [Iriy(]m of f ici;UJng ne ^^ i Undertaking company was in W. J. Sanders of Wichita Falls, charge of funeral arrangements 'exas, and Miss Lois Eadcs Annorel were quietly married The deceased is survived by besides her husband, a daughter not have one and one-half hlgii card tricks to make a one-over-one response. Let us take today's hand. South [opens the bidding with one heart. JTr.e hand is not strong enough for I an original forcing two or three bid. West passes one heart. North does not have one and one- half tricks, but he does have distribution, He has a five-card major suit and a four-card minor stilt. It is true that neither is very strong, but certainly he does "-not want his partner playing the hand at one heart. Many players nuke ilie mistake of responding with a no trump wlih this type of hand, nnd that Is wrong. The proper resiwnse, if you , - - -. _____ ........ he home of the Rev. E. L. Cole, i Mrs. Annie May Stillman of St I are BOing to bid wit-h this hand . . , . rastor of the Baptist Church, who j Louis, Mo., and hvo soils. Bill Enid the ceremony. Porter of Luxora nnd Jim iwrter, Osccolans who attended the op-j ! who lived with his parenU. cnlns dance at the Blythevillcl l.iqucr Sinned From Camnu Country Club Thursday evening! SEATTLE (UP)—A law nas were Mr. and Mrs. Hale Jackson.! ii n 18S5 (UP)by (he -A law passed faculty of the Mr. and Mrs. Chns. Colcman, Mr. i University of Washington will in/4 MIT r^f.jttm,, tlTUIi™ m»_ i , J . n *"ii mil Atlending also were little Misses! according to Herbert T Condon Nirle Cartwright and M«lha;dcan of men. ' . ' Jane Cartwright who danced in the floor show at Intermissio ..£ ..«*.. .,..„,, « v .i^vniii.-wiuM.i i ne rrencn Knew the Ohio They were accompanied by - their! us "La Belle nivierc." ' The Fi-ench knew the Ohio river one spade, even though it is a one-over-one call. H gives your partner a true picture of your hand and is the natural response. With South's holding, he immediately should jnmp to four spades. That four-spade bid is a slam try. At the same time it says. "Partner, if you have hid on nothing but five small spades, there is not much danger that we won't go game, and, if you have additional values, there is a chance for a slam." Of course it would take a very optlmisth North player to want to do any more bidding with this hand. However, it "takes 'good de- ,1am. If a diamond is returned Immediately, the declarer is bound to lose another trick, while if the spade : is returned, it will be won In dummy with the queen. East showing out. Now the ace and king of hearts are cashed in dummy, a losing club being discarded by the declarer. A small head is ruffed. Declarer now plays the jack of spades and. follows with a smal spade, winning in dummy with the king. The .ace of spades then is played, picking up the last ol the trump. The three good hearts then are led from dummy, but, uufortu nately for tfte declarer, he mus discard before East does. When hi lets go two diamonds, East lets gi a diamond arid the jack of clubs. On the lasl 'heart, North mus drop the ten of clubs, so East let go the king of clubs and now al that North can do is to win hi ace of diamonds and grant East a trick with the king of diamonds. HEMORRHOIDS (Files) cured without the knife. Skin cancer, raricosed veins, ton- ilU removed non-surtlc»l]y. DBS. NIES ajjd N1ES OITIre all Main ''Phone ito 35* = Mr. and Mrs. Murray Smart have rented: the H. L. Chambers homo on ,West Walnut street. . j q.-;^, 1 McOutcherf.haX re'.urned ° • ; ; . r . ...... "' Mrs.' "Atlah" Walton" has rctuni»d .from -a visit- in Memphis with her Daughter Mrs. Berry B. Brooks r' •.and, family. . J ' ;. J <* Wide jr., «-ho "is now sla- °^, I 1 °S ceo!a - spent lhc vcck- -. end;at home. He is 'with the u S '. government engineer corps at' work' Slop Gai Pain*! German Remedy Gives Relief ; '.- Acting on BOTH upper rjifl low-. er boweUr'Adleriia washes out all .'Poisons that cause gas, nervousness ;:«nd bad sleep. Ons dose gives re- ;••Bef at once: Sold, in Blvihevu> :,by City Diu^-store. -Adv 0-7 ^MOONLIGHT MVERNCAFE '•Next Door to • Nabers '•'•' Grecery Home .Hide Pastries Fried Chkkcn - Sle»ks BERT iyC'AX, Chef r re?s up /or Thanksgiving U OTXC IHJUIC In sec the folks, or are they coming: up to sue you for the Thiijiksgivhifj family reunion'.' Dress up for tli". festive occasion liy having .your suit and overcoat cleaned. You'd better call u.< early and avoid last minute delays. .Sl(id<!ard .Solvent Is "• Kind To Your CloUm; Barnes' Niir.Wa Cleaners Phone ISO quick-digesting shortening ^Pio? Say, dear, why do you tempt me? Don t worry, dear. This pie trust will agree with you. I made it with Crisco, the fat that digests quickly. Pie whenever you want it? Sure, IF the pie-erust is made jirith Crisco. For Lrisco pie-crust doesn t work the stomach overtime—Crisco is a pure, creamy, light shortening that digests quickly. ' Many folks who've had to watch their diets have written letters tellini; ui what a change Cnsco has made in their lives. They're eating pic like regular healthy people now that the shortening used for pie-crust is Crisco' turn out a lovely, flaky pie tonight—made by a tested Crisco recipe such as the dainty "Affinity Pie" recipe given below. No other shortening will do- Uisco is made from pure, wholesome oils by Crisco's own process. Ttiat's why its so creamy. That's why it keeps sweet-tasting and "quick-digesting" for weeks and months! • SB AFFINITY PiE .Mrs. George Thnrn. vvcll-knmvn cooking expert who cnniltided lhc recent Cooking School .sponsored by the Courier News, uses and rmmimcnnV CRISCO, the modern, ciuickly.digesHnK shortening. K cup sugar 1 tablespoons flour 2 tablespoons cora=tarch ' Y\ teaspoon salt 2 egg yolks, l»atcn 2 cups scalded milk crated rind % lemon 2 bananas, sliced Mix sugar, flour, cornstarch; and salt thoroughly. Add egg yolks and milk. LOOK and stir over low heat (or in double boiler) until very thick and smooth. Add lemon rind. Remove from heat. Chill. Use baked shell of Digestible Crisco Pastry (see Master Recipe «i. liuhii. Cover bottom with sliced bananas, ['our in cream filling. Cover top with— i Mcrinauc: Beat 2 egg whites stiff. Add 4 tablespoons sugar and y t teaspoon lemon juice. Place pie in slow oven (325°F). Bake until meringue is golden brown. CRTSCO PIE-CRUST -cruslorZ single-crust piVs) 2 cu|is flour • 1 teaspoon salt J$ cup Crisco G to 8 tablespoons cold waler Sift flour and salt. Then cut in Crisco (the creamy, fiulfy shortening that's wholesome). Cut in Crisco coarsely if you like a flaky crust—cut in Crisco finely if you like a mealy crust. Add only enough water lo hold mixture together. Roll ^ inch thick on lightly floured hoard. • .For liaked shell, cover an inverted pie-plate very closely. Trim dough so you can fold it double at edge. Crimp odgel Prick bottom and sides well. Bake in hot oven (450°F.) lo minutes. For two-crus^pie, brush lower crust with melted Crisco to prevent filling from soaking in. Bake in hot oven (450'F.) for 10 minutes—reduce to moderate (350°F.). : Bake until filling is done. SPECIAL OFFER tor this weeK only A Polly Ann Mixing Bowl CRISCO ivith Ihe purchase of a 3-]>o'.jnd can of AT THE FOLLOWING STORES: H. T. Wnrlhy. 10. .M;iin 0. C. B;mics. :;i|[j i.;. .M;,),, .1. V. Livingston, ^20 K. Alain (J. H. Cri'ar. 211) K. Main Kile I'ricc Crofcry. 1st ci Main 0. Lutes, 122 W. Main I'hillips Grocery, 201 Dousan .McMullin's Cash Store, :)22 W. Main J. C. Ixjwc, 5^ No : 'Jth ., T. A. Davis, IliO W.-Ash -•'• C. A. Hov'ey, Sfc.'No. 6»h •".:• /.. A. McQuiston, 213 So. 1st • \V. A. 1'ickard, 10U W. Chickasaw (ieo. Williams, 221 Lilly SI. . . , Chickasawba N'ahers & Nabers, Main & Division BARGAINS IN NEW & USED FURNITURE R.J.DODSON 303 E. Main - Phone 153 Thanksgiving SALE GOATS I T r i m m u d W i ( h l-\no Furs T a i I o red Sport AH Low Priced Our eniire slock of Win- in this sal:... The most select styles, materials and colors all priced exceptionally low. The Furs: Stiuirrel Beaver Badger Blue Fox Silver Pox Civst Cat Wolf . DRESSES DON'T MISS • THIS SALE!-'" Kvery Kail T)re?5 Included; What rlo you need? A dress- for the office? Something . fof Thanksgiving,^'-^as and dances? No matter wliat -- your dress is in this Eftlc . .and for so little money that you'll never miss it! Crepes, woolens, -and even some velvets. Sires 14 (o 20, M to 52.. Just Armed Advance Showing O f CLASSY JEAN DIUvSSES ''or S 1'opiilar THE FASHION O-H

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