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Blytheville, Arkansas
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rwo BLTTHEVILLE. (ASK.) COUBtBB NEWS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1933 •-^Social Calendar |Have Everything Ready When .' •' U/MJTM v»e •Tmimcf " t/ » Making Christmas Candies MONDAY'S EVENTS * The -Baptist Women's Mlalon- j'«ry society will meet *t the church -••atJ;3t> p.m. tor a mission lesson. ;'.The Methodist Missionary Bo- "elety will bold'a'business and so- li cial meeting at the church at 2:30 -pjn. •• Business and Professional Worn". eri'» club sp»gheltl 'supper »t the •' home or Mr. and Mrs. Koss Btcv- .-ens, 6:30 p-m. - • •• ' i TUESDAY'S EVENTS • Young '. Matrons Bridge club, '. Mrs. Joe Trleschman, hostess. " "Stunt Night" at high school - auditorium sponsored by junior High' P. T. 'A; I-''.- THURSDAY'S EVENTS U. D. C. meeting with Mrs. \V. •'I. Denton' - Cturfatmu Party Is • Glttn »l Hotel Noble. ;•• Mmes. J. F. Lentl. O. E. Keck, G. H. Orear and Edgar Borum, and Mrs. J. A. Waterman, of ; Memphis', entertained 128 Indies : with a Christmas bridge party at ''" " " " " Noble Friday alter- ; the Hotel '• noon. The polnsettla, Christmas' most : »ppropria}e flower., : was featured 1 In Ihe - decorations. The casement Kjlridows 'had snow- scenes . with . branches of red berries and boxes of poinsettias * amid the sparkling snow, holly wreaths, tied with red m«Une, hung from. Ughts against ,lhe .wall, an(l the prizes were ar, ranged around & Christmas. tree, trimmed iri. silver .except for (lie Mights In all shades. The tallies •had sketches of Santa Claus on them and In serving refreshments covers and napkins of poin- • scttia design were used. In the card games Mrs. Murray Smart won high score prize and selected n Murwood card table and flre screen. Mrs. Lloyd Stlck- mon chose a table lamp for second high award, Mrs. R. H. Brad- v ley selected a Murwod tray for :: third honors and the cut prize, a cosmetic set, went to Mrs. Herman Cross. At the rook table Mrs. E. W. Simmons won the The amateur »ndy maker will find It easy lo follow tt» recipes Sbter Mary offers here for such, delletau Chrktmu swerta »& pe- nonchl, nut brittlcs and caramel!. This article U the third of her eerlei of six on Christmas cook- Inr. BY SlfiTKK MARY NEA Service Stiff Writer Perhaps the kind of candy that appeals most lo you is the kind that is easy to make. Chocolate covered creams arc delightful and bespeak the skill of the maker, but the process Is somewhat long and tedious, requiring two separate and distinct sessions. Fudge, penouchl, nut brittlcs caramels, Jelly bars and many other varieties are easier for the nmateur randy-maker than the elaborate bon-bons. Don't try to flo loo many things at once when making Christinas candy, and do be sure Hint everything is ready for Instant use before you begin to cook the syrup Peanut Brittle One and one-half cups granu latcd sugar, 1-2 cup white corn syrup, 1-3 cup water, 2 table spoons butter, 1-2 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon soda, 1 teaspoon va nllla, 1-2 pound raw Span 1st peanuts. The peanuts Are weighed nftt shelling. Blanch and let stand In a warm oven until ready to use Mix syrup, sugar and water am • prize, a blue flower pot in a wall bracket. . • . , •A chicken salad was served with cheese crackers,-olives, salted nut* and coffee. Out of town guests present were Mrs." Horace T. Gulp of Pine Bluff, guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Lentl, Mrs. Allan Webb of ..Wright City, Mo., guest of Mr. and Mrs. G". H. Grear, Mrs. Dwlght H. Blackwood ' and daughter, Mine Virginia, of Little Rock, visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. .Clarence H. WUson, Mrs. Hal Mc- Baney of Kennett, Mo., guest of • JDdge and Mn.' O. E. -Keck, Mrs. , John Dix of Cleveland,>O., vlsit- '. ing Dr. and Mrs. M. O. Usrey, i Mrs. R. C. .Dent Jr., of Caruth- ersvillc, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed- gar Borum, Mrs. Gordon Wright : of Caruthersville, Mo., guest of .. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Acton, Mrs. Gibbons and Mrs. Weiriberg, of ••'; Leachville, who motored over Just ; lor the party. B. Y. P. 15. GreijH Meet. •All members of the various B. ;, Y.'P. O.'s of the First Baptist ,. church are urged to' be present "• tomorrow evening at 6:30 to hear ; reports from the state meeting cook until n few drops tried li wnler form a firm bnll nnd th tlwrmometcT registers 265 de grees F. Add butter, salt and nuts and cook until thermometer reg isters 290 degrees F. Dlssolv soda In 2 teaspoons cold. wale: Remove syrup from flre and stl In vanilla and dissolved soda. Pou onlo a large oiled platter or marble slab, spreading with nspn luln Inlo as thin o sheet as pos slble. Let co<3\ a few minutes an u soon as cool enough to hand pull npart to make thin and fu of holes. When cold break Int Irregular pieces. Easy Caramels Three cups granulated sugar, cup white corn syrup, 1 cup cren (heavy), 1 cup milk, 1 tablespooi cornstnrch, 3 tablespoons butlo 1-2 teaspoon salt. 1 teaspoon vn nllln, 1 cup nut meats. • Thoroughly mix cornstarch m sugar. Add com syrup, crcni milk, butter and salt. Stir nnt sugar is melted. Cook ovcr a lo flre* until the candy thermomct registers 246 degrees F., or unl a few drops tried In cold .wat are as hard when picked tip the fingers ns the caramels shou be when they are ready to en Remove them from fire and cool a minute or Iwo before add Ing nuts and vanilla. Turn in a well buttered square pail let stand until cold and hnr Turn out. up-side down on a sin and cut with a butcher knife in even squares. Wrap each in oiled paper. which convened last week, and plans for their gram. T * Barn. in Fort Smith also to perfect Christmas pro- Two Maple Pralines cups powdered sugar. Is removed. from fire. Cook to 8 degrees F., oi 1 until a few '0|is tiled In cold water form a ill firm enough to be picked up Ihe lingers. Remove at once om Ihe fire and 'cool quickly ithout stirring. When cool, stir ill! creamy. Add nuls and Ilia and continue Stirling until ic mixture loses its 'gloss. Turn to a buttered pan and cut In qunres. l*mon Paste* T'.»o tablespoons plain granu- itcd gelatin, 2 cups granulated .Igor, 3-4 cup boiling water, 1-3 up cold water, 2 lemons. Sonk gelatin in cold water foi en minutes. Add boiling water nd stir until dissolved. Add su- ar and grated rlud of lemons and soil Iliteen mimiles. Add lulce oi emons and Ixjll seven mlnules onger. Pour through a fine wire trainer Inlo a brick shaped brcac ran. Let stand several hours li . cold place. Cut Inlo squares and oil In powdered sugar. Maple Nut Nougat One-half cup strained honey, egg while, 2 cups maple syrup, up nut meats, 1-4 tcospooi ream of tartar. Put lioucy In a smooth will sauce pan over n low flre lo be conic hardly worm. Beat white o >gg until stiff nnd dry and ben nto wnrm honey. Continue beat ing by thc side of the flre whll cooking maple syrup. Sprlnkl crenm of tnrlar over syrup nn cook until n hard ball (265 dc grecs F.) Is formed when a fe drops nre tested In cold wale Remove from the nre and grad ually bent half the syrup Into th honey mixture. Return syrup flre and cook until slightly clis colored nnd the "crack" stage (3i degrees F.) when tried in water. Continue to beat honey and egg mixture by thc side of thc flre while syrup finishes cooking. Gradually add remaining syrup nnd beat until thoroughly blended. Arid nuts nnd beat a few minute.-; longer. Turn Info well buttered pans nnrt let stand 12 hours. Cut Into small oblong blocks and wrap in waxed paper. Sea Foam Two cups light brown sugar, 1-4 cup corn syrup. 3-4 cup water, 2 eggs (whites), 1 cup chopped nut meats, 1-4 teaspoon vanilla. Put sugar, corn syrup and water In a sauce pan and stir over a low flre until sugar Is dissolved, Then cook without stirring until the syrup forms 'n hard bnll (205 degrees F.) when tested in watch Remove from thc flre and pour In a thin slreani on thc egg whites which have been beaten until stiff In n large mixing bowl. Continue beating with a wire whisk or slotted spoon until the candy is stiff enough to hold its shape. Add the nuts and vaniltn and drop Irom tip of spoon on trays covered will: heavy waxed paper. Bits oj News Mostly Personal E. R. Mason, who was stricken erlously HI Thursday night, be- amc worse yesterday afternoon nil was taken to the Memphis npttst hospital In a Cobb amuu- ancc, accompanied by Mrs. Ma>on and Dr. I. R. Johnson. Mrs Mason's mother, Mrs. R. B. No en, and daughter, Miss Virginia •cut down early this morning. The ondillon of Mr. Mason this nf- ernoon is still very serious. Mrs. W. H. Minyard, who lias iccn quite 111 from tonsllills. Is low Improving but Is yet con- A Pie to Grace Christmas Table Incd to bed. Mr, and Mrs. Roland Wolfort iiwl as their guests yesterday Mrs. .Volforl's brother, Joe C. Waxman, and Mrs. Waxman, of Chicago, vho were cnroulc to Paragould foi i visit with Mr. Waxman's fath- :r, Leon Waxman. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Huffman and Hiss Virginia Huffman arc spend- '.ng today In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gooch had as their guests Thursday John M. Crete, of Cnnnl, 111. Frances Evans has' returned home after several days visit with her grandmother, Mrs. , Bclty Brand, at Egypt, Miss. Mary Louise Elkins Is ill at her home on Ash street. Mr. nnd Mrs. Maurice Erliler- chcr arc spending today In Memphis. Mr. ami Mr-. Loy Welch, Mr. nnd Mrs. B. T. Worthy and Mr. oiul Mrs. Oradv Worthy will spenrt tomorrow In Marked Tree. Mrs. Herman Osborn was called lo NetHeton, Ark., late yesterday by the critical Illness of her molli- CHURCHES CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY "God tile Preserver of Man" is :he subject of Ihe Lesson-Sermon to be read in the Christian Science service, Sunday morning at II o'clock. The Golden Text Is, "The elcr- nal God Is thy refuge, and underneath nre the everlasting arms 1 ' (Deuteronomy 33:21). Among the citations from the Bible Is the following, "Be careful for nothing: but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God" (Philip- plans 4:6). The Lesson-Sermon will also include passages from Hie Christian Science textbook, "Science mid Henllli with Key to the Scriptures." by Mary Baker Eddy, one of which reads, "The prayer that reforms the sinner and heals the sick is an absolute faith that all thln?s are |»?£ible to God.—a spir- Hunl understanding of Him, an nitfctfcd love" (page 1). The Christian Science Reading Room Is open Tuesday and Friday from 2 to 4 p.m. at Room 108 Hotel Noble. All arc cordially invited. PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH II. J. KMndlenst. Pastor Sunday school. 9 a.m. Morning Worship, 10 a.m. Subject: "Two Strong Appeals fo.r Steadfastness." EvcniiiK Worship, 7 p.m. Theme: "God's Illimitable Power." "He that is of Gcd heareth God's words. John 8,47. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH W. V. Womack, Pastor • As Sunday is to be universally observed as Bible Sunday we will use for our subject Sunday morn- Mince meat and cranberries are | traditional favorites on holiday' menus.- Combining them lo 'make' a delicious Christmas pic Is a novel idea sure to win approval. If the pie served is decorated with a pastry . Christinas tree it adds beauty to the table and tempts the appeltcs bl the Christmas guests although they may have eaten ,'fa'r too much roast goose by the time the dessert course is served. . Pour two and one-lialf cups of boiling water on a package of dry ing. "God's Book «f the Ages." At who has been several years. In 111 health i' The daughter born to Mr. and j. Mrs. Charles P. Springer of Drlv- '. cr Grove December 1 has been •1 named Bobbie Joj'ce. \ * * * i Christmas Party. j- The Dorcas Sunday school class ;' of the First Baptist church was :' entertained Friday evening at the r home of Mrs. Eula Apperson with ; Mmes. O. W. Lewis and M. J. ',. Srfte also hoatesses to the 19mcm- ~ bers and seven "visitors present. •j A gaily trimmed tree had prts- •" cnls for cverj'one, each menibcer * having contributed one present, .•• Mrs. W. M. Williams told a Yule'•• tide story before Hie gifts were ; distributed. ; • i ; Clnb Has Dance. ; The counio- club had a dance ) last evening which was attended ';• by 33 couples. ^The Seven Aces : Irom Steele" furnished Ihe music " with spcciallies by n lad -who Monday's Menu BREAKFAST: Halves.of grapefruit, cereal, cream, scrambled eggs with crisp broiled bacon, reheated rolls, milk, coffee. LUNCHEON: Cream of celery sortp. croutons, sala'd of Chinese cnbbngc in lime jelly, nut rolls milk, tea. DINNER: Rnbbit pie, mashed potatoes, creamed carrots, cndiv nnd pear salad with Roqucfor cheese dressing, suet pudding milk, coffee. Peterson of Little Hock. listrlct traffic superintendent of lie Southwestern Bell Telephone ompimy, Ihe district traffic chief, O. Q. Hemley, of Jonesboro, and 'nil Deal of Jonraboro, assistant district manager, attended to bus- ness here yesterday. Misses Martini Ann -Lynch and 'ally Shane went to PnraRouid oday to attend a weekend parly liven by Miss Minnie Annis Robtn. They were accompanied by Miss Dorothy Robinson, of Lcnchvillc. Mrs. Horace T. Gulp returned to ier home in Pine Bluft today af- .er a brief visit, here, where she former resided. Mr. and Mrs. Walker H. Baker are eln Memphis today. E. M. McCall has returned from business trip to Memphis'. Mmes. W. Leon Smith, C. G. Smith. E. M. McCall, Roland Green and James B. Clark spent Wednesday in Memphis. the evening hour, at seven-thirty o'clock, the subject will be, "Open Windows." The Church School, all departments nt 9:45 a.m. Young People's League at 6:45 p.m. Hi-League for Intermediates will be organized al 6:45. A program Is bclns prepared for the occasion. Everyone desiring a church home for worship Is cordially Invited to thc services. casionally to prevent it from slick-! right on top. With a star - , ing lo the botom of tire pan. R;- cookie cutter, make a little »tar to* move from the nre and when cool, mix thoroughly with one and one- go up at the tip of Ihe tree. Dnco- ratc the cud of each branch with half cups of cooked cranberries a whole, uncooked cranberry, place wliich have been mixed will! one-! the pie in a hot oven (400 V.) anci half cup of sugar. let. it, bake for aboul 35 minutes. For a little different flavor, use | Don't let the pie crust tree get too one. cup of cider and one and one-' cups of water instead of two and one-half cups of water with the mince meat. * + • Place the concoction in a pie tin lined with pastry. In honor of nince meat. Let the mince meat i Christmas, cul pie dough thc shape boil lor twenty mlnules, stirring oc- j of a. Clirlslmas tree and place it bro;vn. Thc white tree decorated with red berries stands out against thc dark background of mince meal an-J cranberries and makes a simply beautiful dessert. Place t!:e whole pie, uncut, right on thc (able and cut and serve it there. Opening Defense Lead Gives Cue to Slam Producing Squeeze Wilson Society —: Personal SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH J. L. Newsom, Pastor Sunday School. 9:45 am. Tom- mtc Bogun, Supt. Sermon. 11 a.m. Subjccl "Unity of Mind." B. Y. P. U.'s 6:30 p.m. Mrs. J. L. Newsom, director. . . Sermon, 7:30 p.m. Subject, "The Blood." W. M. S. Monday, 2:30 with Mrs. M. B. Pcndcrgrass. Prayer services Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. Subject (or study. "The :Seven Personages of Revelations!"- PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Stuart Salmon, Pastor 11 a.m., "Forward! March!" 7:30 p.m., "Objections - Overruled." Wednesday, 1:30 'p.m., Prayer Meeting, topic: "Recognition and Perfect Bliss in Heaven." cup maple 'syrup, 1-2 cup heavy crc-am, 1-4 teaspoon salt, 1 cup pecan nut meats. Combine sugar and syrup and put over a low fire. Bring to the boiling point and stir In cream and salt. Cook ' without stirring until a soft ball Is formed when a few drops nre tried Iri cold wn- ter. The candy thermometer should register 238 degrees F. Remove at once from the fire nnd place the pan In n large pan of cold water. Begin to beat nnd beal until thick. cooling' the syrup, rapidly over cold water. Begin to beat and beat until thick, cooling the syrup rapidly over cold water while bcntlng. Add nuts and drop from teaspoon onto waxed pnper to form flat, round cakes. Cocoanul Candy Two cups shredded cocoanul. 1-2 cup white corn syrup, 4 tablespoons granulated sugar. 3 tablespoons water, 1-2 teaspoon vn- nilla. " Chop cocoanut very fine. Cook ! ucatlon syrup, sugar nnd water until a ] Tiiscaloosa. Fov several years he soft ball is formed when n few i has been connected with the U. drops are tried in cold water. S. Engineers Corps, and at prcs- Pour ovcr thc cocol<n<| f "» « thin lent Is stationed nt Modoc, Ark. Announcement Made of Gowen-Butler Marriage CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo. —Announcement- has been made here of the marriage of J. A. (Jake) Gowen and Mrs. Julia Butler, of Elaine, Ark., at Marion. Ark., No- vc-mbcr 19. Mr. Gowcn is the son of Mrs. Matttc Gowen and Ihe laic Cup- lain W. H. Gowcn of this city. He Is a graduate of Ihe local high school and received his higher cd- nt Alabama university. strc:lm ' stlrrin8 —.— _ v . — stream, stirring constantly. AGO, Thcv nm mnkinp ^ * nd ","?.r«,^."s — «™« ^,>„«., ^ .„,«». H s, "S i bya negro quartet of SI. Louis as =. added attraction. Included in the guests were Mrs. ; J..A. r Waterman, of Memphis, and -•Mrs. Horace T.• Gulp, of Pine Bluff, guesls of Mr. and Mrs. J. : F. Lenti. • • • - : 'Girt Scoots'MetL • The Girl Scout Troop 6. *ilh • Miss Laura Ehssett as sponsor, had a chili supper in the home economics rooni of the high school lulldlng-Thurec'ay evening. They ; prepared their own meal and later, in a brie.' business session, made plans for a Christmas basket. Later the I'J girls went to the show, •Has Cl«t>. Mrs. Loy Welch entertained her Thursday Bridge club this week wher> «he also had as her guests .Mrs. J. E. Hasson. In the bridge games Mrs. J. E. . Critz won the prize, 'a sheet, and L .Mrs. Hasson was presented handkerchiefs. ,' .'Late autumn flowers and Christmastime tAilles made a note of .color and the hostess served a ip!at« lunch of tuna fish salad bru^n bread v sandwiches, peach aod -coffee, They arc making their home nt . ilalne, where Ihe bride has rc- bccomes firm. Put mixture nnlo; sided for a number of years, hav- a large cold platter and work inlo: j ng cxlensivc business Interests a firm, square sheet nbout 1 Inch there, thick. A rolling pin can be dusted j with powticrc;! sugar anrt used. Let stand until solid and cut in square- 1 !. Bullcrscolcb Two cups light brown sugar, 2 tablespoons vinegar. 1-2 cup water, 4 tablespoons butter, 1-2 teaspoon vanilla. Mix all ingredients except vn- nllla in a smooth sauce pan. Put over a low flre and bring slowly to thc boiling point. Boil gently without stirring until a few drops tried In cold water snap and break as they toucii thc water, or to 290 degrees F. Remove from fire and add vanilla. Pour Into n buttered shallow pan. making The Mcthodiit Women's Missionary society held meetings Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of llns wee*. Thc Rev. H.' M. Lewis conducted a study course en "Christian Principles of Masing and Using Money". After the lesson Tuesday the society was uilcilained at the home ol Mrs. Herbert Sullivan with Mrs. E. E. Coleman ns en-hostess. * i * * ' Thc Wilson Co-operaiive club -itt at thc community house I'hursdav- with 40 members and 10 present. Mrs. John Enochs vas enrolled as a new meaiber. A program of old anrt modern classrooms was presented. Miss Rnchcl Berry nnd her 2nd grade pupils ' ' ' chool. "larksdale taugnt an old fashlon- •fl school with n spoiling bee and Christinas program. Her pupils, 'ressed ns children, were Mesdames V. G. Mann, C'auclc Shaw, D. N. Morris. Don Fletcher. S. A. Regc- noid, Charles Lnne. S. Winifred, 3. L. Bird, anrt Messrs. H M Lewis, D. N. Morris. Carl Bird ind James Randall. Hostesses wtrc Mcsdamc-i S. C. Brandon, Jr., diaries Linn, S. A. Reynold, V. G. Mann. DDM Flcldicr. Claude Sliaw. S. Winifred and W. F. blaufler of different very thin layer, or drop from tip last of spoon onto trays covered with waxed paper. Netherland News The Lndics Demonstration club let Thursday nlterncon. Mrs a report on canning treats. Mrs. M. R Rowland was in charge of the games. Mrs. Qert Newman won a beautiful picture. Mr. Grey of St. James visited his daughter. Mrs. M. R. Rowland the past week. Mr. and Mr,. Luther Williams of St. Louis raid Mrs. Waldcn ol Blythcvllle visited In thc honu of Mrs. J. E. Malhis Friday ol Penouclil Mrs. Bert Newman anrt Mrs. M R. Rowland lister. Mre. Tuesday. v-Uiled the lalter's 3nbb. at Slkcston Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Walking ai Two cups light brown sugar. 1 cup standard or table • cream, 2, —-. - - ~. ...•>•..••» „, tablespoons butter, 1-4 teaspoon | the parents of an 8 pound son vanilla, '1 cup chopped mixcditorn December 3. n»ts. ,' j Johnnie Troiitm.iu and Biirldii Combine sugar and cream nnd i La front of Poilagevlllc were li let stand until sugar is melted.; Memphis on business last Satur Bring to Ihe boiling point pith- day, out stirring. When syrup begins! to boll, stir constantly unlil can- Read Courier News Want Ads. portrayed the modern In contrast Mrs. Oscar CHURCH OW THE NAZARENE Mrs. Eupba D. Bcasley; pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m.'-'E. I, Kvans, Supt. Sermon 11 a.m. "The Price of Disclplesiiip." Sermon 7:30 p.m., evangelistic subject. LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH Corner 1-ake and Johnson Sts. W. J. LcRoy, Pastor Sunday school, 0:45 a.m. (Worship Period) (Lesson Period). Preaching, 10:45 a.m. Subject: "Thc Journey of Iho Wise." Hou aiany "wise men" made the journey to nnd Christ? Where were they from? What relation is there between Science and Scripture Hear the message. . League Services. 6 and 7 p.m. Preaching, 7:30 p.m. Subject "Has Life Any Survival Values? Thc first que.sllon in this mcs sage is: "Is Man More Thai Mud?" Thc Nipper Bros, ol KLCN will sing nt 7:30 lor us. You are cordially invited to at tend nil our services. Wilson. Hornersvillc Society-Personal Hiss Opal Tinniu left Sunday for Springfield \\hcre she will nt- lend thc state teachers college E. S. Langdon left last Salur- day for his home In A:narillo. Tex. after spending iwo weeks here on business. His sister. Miss Maude, and niece, Laverne Langdon, accompanied him home. Mr. and Mrs, Anderson Ruftin made a business Uip to Memphis Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert n. Hill and little fon of Cape Gir.irdeau spent Saturday and Simcbv vis- Mrs. T. B. Klnsolving. Illiis Mrs. Hill's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Dcen has opened a- San Saba, Texas, Has Spot Safe From Flood SAN SABA. Tex. (UP)—There one spot here which resident tell eve they n'nays will he sat in lime of flo>l: il's the inicrscc tion of High 3iirl Dry streets. On one corner of the strcc Intersection, M'.s. E. L. Redo widow of Ihe Iiilc Senator E. L Reclor. has ro- ! dcd for nearly ralf century in their hlstori homestead. On nnolher corner High nnd Dry slreeis. the Stat Highway Dcpnr'mciH has slorc |L« road machinery. Dry street Urminnles at Hig street. Today'& Contract Problem j South has the contract for i four hearts. West opens the | king of clubs, which holds, and' South ruffs thc- second club. South returns a diamond to the- queen in dummy and leads a heart from dummy. •West wins nnd returns a heart, which South wins. South cashes his ace and king of diamonds, shedding two spades, and tlicu leads tbo deuce of spades. What card should West play and_why? - A 10 S 75 V 7 53 *Q + Q8532 ; (BlUu) Hello—G Solution in next Issufc ' Solution to Previous Contract Problem BY WM. E. MeKKNXEV Secretary, American Bridge l.mjuc I am afraid Ir-st most players do ot take enough'time to slutly :t land after the cpcninj lend. The opening lead, you "know, convr-ys n = reat deal of v.iluaKe information. The drop ol the first two cards by your opponents often will locate vgh cards, which Information will frove valuable '.o you as the play tiLi: hand jrrccccds. In today's rnr.d thc opening lead gives you tils information that al- s you_to execute a nice squeeze play at the curt of the hand. Of course, Uie bidding on this bund was rather oplimistlc. North's bk 1 of two spaces ovcr tv:o diamonds is small club Is ykyed from dummy and East- is forced to play the jack, which Sruth wins with the j ace. This marks West with (he ten fit clubs and ijiobably the queen, and if Wcsl hns made a fourth btsl opening, he is marked wilh Ihe queen, ten :nrt seven of clubs. Declarer now takes two rounds o. r diamonds, pirkiug np the oul- ftanding trumv. The four . heart, (ritks then aro run off, declarer discarding the three of spades. It is immatcr:..! what East discards. West, rets go n club. Declarer now runs, the diamond sull. West is *crccd ip. bear down io the king anc 1 . nine .otspades and the queen and ten oft-clut^i. Dummy has the D re -and deuce of spades and the king and eight of c!ubs. Declarer has the queen, and ten uf spades, one trump and thc nine ol clubs. The last diamond is led and West is !ipip!ess. Ho cannot uniruard the kin» of spfides, so miiT, let go. a club, which allows t'.c king anci eight of clubs in dummy to win for the grand slam. 'Copyright. 1933, NEA Service, Inc.) Miss Virginia Martin Crowned Carnival Queen j The senior carnival, "Chickasaw! Tepee." was attended by n large i crosd at the city hall auditorium iiere last night. Thc entertain-! mcnt was climaxed by the crown- j ing of Mtss Virginia Martin asj carnival queen. The ceremony was' held following an interesting pro-i gram lor which Byron Morse served ns master of ceremonies. The carnival was directed by Miss Luna B. Willtelm and John Hunt. The managers were: Margaret, Shaver, carnival mnnaqer; livron' "".'I ! 3 tb °. "altering U'Ousht Jlorse, business manager; Jane i ll >at linnga this smile to Klia llnr- KochtiUkv. chorus manager, John! J', ei ' 11of J -° ndo °- , N ° so ° ncr lulcl a McDcnvc,,: advertising '^^^^^^ "-"" ""' on two ccnti- *™'*' [ cp?lrn«L :ly R psychic, hoping) G " . , _.... - .. , „ „ — ,. 1 :Sara Jo Little, specialties ""»-, "cHeerlo" a« abe ieavez Nott y,,fc ,agcr. and Bobby Goodrich, prop- to make s*1d at homo. '•* •' V S 53 *Q 10 7 C 3 2 AQ103 V.I 7 2 4 K 9 6 4 2 Duplicate—AH Vul. Opening lend—X 6. .South West Xorlli I- 'nss Pass * I'.iss 6 N. T. Pnss Pass I'asa Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass erties manager. • Region M j County B. Y. P. U. Given] BOSTON .up.-There 109 ! State Convention Report '•• orc "'"riage-; i,, noston for the r tlmcnllio er.tlcd December 1 than new beauty shop In Di\ E. Cope's rooms on Main street. G. Mr. and Mrs. Vernic Halcher and children and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hayes drove lo ColUerville, Tenn, Wednesday nnd visited Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sloan, They re- turned by way of Memphis Thurs day and spent the day with Mis Mabel Hayes. Mrs. George S. Brown relurne Sunday from Carutliersvillc whcr she had sixmt a week with he sister, Mrs. S. E. Juden. Mrs. Virginia Anderson, her daughter. Martha Ann, and Ken- nctt Langston of Cape Girardcau were guests of Mrs. Anderson's brother. Dr. E. G. Cope. Sunday. G. M. Rlddick Icfl Tuesday for Memphis where he will spend several days on busmen. Mr, and Mrs. Hale Merrick and children drove lo Jnckson Saturday and remained until Monday visiting Mrs. Mcrrtck's sister. Mrs. A report on the state EJ. Y. P. U. convention .-.I Foil Smith was' ^IVCIL at n ol' thr Mi^is-- s.ppi County II Y. P. U. c:-g:iniza-j t'cn at thc Scrrnd Baptist church I tr,st night. Tlir^e making tile re-1 port were MI.SM.S Delia Purtle, Chira ! Ecllc Kiiuun. 'jolh or here. Msssl y.itrgnret Pruitl of Armor?! ?.nd! .1. r. Friend of Blytru-ville. Approximate;;' 15 members attended Ihe meeting. Thc Firs; End Second Baptist churches ot Blytheville \vcrr- represented as vcrc churches t.1 Wi:son. O^ccola, Dell. Armorel and Manila. Thc Armorel senior insiou uns awarded the ciliciency banner .-md in stop a spade lend in cnse the ih = B A - u - rroup of the- >ir.=t h.iii(i is to be p'.ayeci at no trump.l Hnptift church here von the at- South's bid of nvo no trump ovcr I tendance banner. Ihe two spades Is a constructive' t'.d— In no way a sign-off. North realizes thnl South tnu?t l:ive five diamonds—otherwise l:e vould be bidding a four-card suit j for th? corresponding nine months ol 1D3J. HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured without thc knife. Skin cancer, varicoscd veins, lon- sils removed non-surglcally. DKii. MKS and NIES Office 514 Main Plionc US U- Ih eking jack, which is not Pastor's Dresser Really Was Bar OKLAHOMA CITY. probable. Tile ;ump to four dia- Oklahoma City minister recently nionrts is forci.H' and now Soiit'n 1 objected strenuously confirms thc flv--rard suit by blri-[ bought n second-hand ding five dt.vmcnds. 1SAKGAINS IX NEW * US I; II FURNITURE R. J. DODSOK] : covered r.e'cl purchased a genuine : I . ..- ._. _. .... Ray Scabaugh, and Mr. Seabaugh.' yiih. the six -of duto opming, North ts right in assuming thn'-l aml-Vo!srcad bar. it Is i)crhaps Jtf dilTicull lo make j The furniture dealer removed thc f even odd at a suit than at no i bar from the piece. ! I triimp. I A copper contal.ier, Eel In be-'I It looks as though she declarer hind the mirror, with the spout at' | must lose a spade trick. However, trie bottom, could be filled and C.e For Sale I ISunctlcs - 2oc Special ;itlcnli(in CHICAGO .5111,1. & I.I'M KK R CO. the spigot,

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