The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 7, 1937 · Page 4
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_BLVritBVILLB, '(ARK.); COtlUKR KEW8 Social- Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS American Legion Auxiliary mcel- - Inn at hut, 2:30 pm. O. E. S. meeting 7:30 pin Dorcas 'Sunday school class, First Baptist church, meeting with Mrs 'R. If. Haley, 2:30 P. M. , - 1 glimvootl Cemetery association meeting with Mrs. Leslie Moore, ' ~ 2:30 P. M. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs Earl Buckley, Mrs, Chester Caklncll and Miss Marguerite Matthews luvlr); tea In Hose Room o[ Hotel Noble, 2:30 to 4.30 P. M, Entertains Club. Mrs. Dixie Crawford had IK- Youns Matrons Bridge clnb Tues- day^nfttrnoon when Mrs. Mnnjiy Smait^vvori the pilzc, hanJkir- chlefs. A plate lunch was served after 'the card fames BN*ai B'nlh Meeting I'osliioned The meeting of the B'N.U u'nth, scheduled for this week, will not be held until next -\vcck, it has beca announced. * • * Bclphuns Study I'c.icc. „ • , Mrs. O w. McCulcheh \vns leader of the-program foi the mcet- ' > Ing, of 7 17r.> Mijhlau Study club •< •• Wednesday, at the Hotel Noble , , -when . "Peace'' was thc subject * studied, , -> Mrs. o w Aflllck gave a review , of,."The.. Deadly Issue, 1 Bionlslaw Nalinovvskl and Mis. w. M Wi!• Hams spoke on "Peace on Earth " - Theodore Morrison. t . Daughter Born. A daughter was born Mondnv to Mr. and Mrs, Ii. L. Ti linuc, nt Yarbro< The bnby, who weigh'! elsht pounds, has been named Julia Lee , Before,, her marriage Mrs Trlmuc • was Miss Trccy Sanders. * ..Baptia Circles * ' Elect New OfTiccrs. The* Womnn's Missionary union , of thcTust Baptist church met nt tile church Monday, afternoon for . n group meeting before the circles ^ ' met separately for the election of officers. In the group meeting Miss Cordelia wilhlto conducted thc devotional period In \vhlcli Mrs , 'Harry Friisius sang. ; , Officsrs elected by the circles for - 1D37 are. circle 1—Mrs Tom w. Jackson," chairman; Mrs H. L -' -ti ( Chambers, co-chairman, Mrs! R , V-iW Woofen, secretary and treasur- •^--~ e , r i',. M , r ?-\ >w '! n(!r ,Blshop, v nilssIon sludj leader 'r^VJ-i- /fui:—^ Circle 2— Mrs Thco-lorc Lo^ n chairman; Mrs. n B. Biaylock co-ebairman; Mrs j,' \v, Anfen secretaij and treasurer; Mrs R.' J L. Reedcr, mission study leader Circle 3-Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon, chairman; Mrs. U. W Milllins. co, chairman; Mrs. R H. small, sec" If, ,P( nnd trei "urer, Miss Cordelia Wilhlte, Biifa leader, Mrs. w M , Williams, mission study lender. ' . c , ir<-lc 4-Mrs. w j Rogers, chairman; Mrs Claude Stewart, co- chaiimiin; Mrs Mike Buchanan, secretary and treasurer; Mrs Harry Fntzius.-Bible leader; Mrs Nc y Hunt, mission study leader " Clrcile 5-Mrs. K D Mirr, cluair- , man; Mrs Alvin HulTman. cochairman; Mrs. Earl Parker, secretary and treasurer, Mrs Matt Monaijliaii, mission study leader Mrs Roy Head, Bible leader 1 These committee chairmen were „ „ j announced. Personal Service, Mrs - John Buchanan; M, ss ,{m study Mrs Walter Bishop; stewardship' Miss Cordelia Willnte; 'Literature 'Mrs. Murray Smart; Social, Mrs' Torn Howard; Hospital, Mrs R, G. Cash, Publicity, Mrs. c. G Hires Squeeze Makes Slain Which Finesse Would Have Lost lly IVM. K. McKKNNKV icd with two no trump, ho decided Secretary, American Bridge I,eas" c | 'hat nc could not lcinporl/e tur- Willlnm Perry of New York Isithcr and jumped at once to six flC Of Lllfl flH<«- nf nvrwtrl Krifli/n lltal^nllrlj; Tlt«> nni.Un/.>. . -...ill.' i...~ one of the class of expert bridge players .who seldom win more than one .Important championship. However, the tact that he holds no nn- tlonal (rophy docs not, detract, in A AQ3 V A52 f J3 A K IOC5.1 4 JO 705 V K903 » Q •! *97 A None VQJ 10 * M< 1038700 — + AU Ilutbci—N & S vul Soiilh U'csl o Norm Kast > Hns-s 2 * p.ij., ' Pass 2N T Pass C * I'.iss 7 f Pass Opening lend— • 2 ; the slightest, degree from Ihe excellence of his game, foi tills is a' lot that he shares with thousands of othcis who play bridge, both In duplicate and rubber form. In todnv's hand, Peiry hnd the South cauls. The manner, in which the contract eventually was icnched might be challenged by some, but the Inlciest In the hand lies In Hie piny, by which Peiry made all 13 tricks. Of couisa, Pcnj's bid of two hc.arl.s vvns highly unconventional, but he,'like many olhci players, look the mention of a nesv. suit In the bkUIni; as forcing for one lound When his partner res[»nd- dlamonds. His'- partner, with two aces, went to seven. Two rounds of diamonds were played, the last won by Soiitli. He now Icd the queen of hearts, hoping lo tempt ii cover, If West held the king, but with -no Intention of niic.sMng. 'ihc ace won, and Perry now led a club to his own hand, lie then ran down six more din- niund Iricks. and before West played to the tenth trick, his hand contained the king ami ten of spades, and the queen-Jack of clubs. Dummy's remaining cards were the ace and queen of spades, and the k^i B and ton of clubs. Whatever card West, played, South bad to win all the tilcks The squeeze was.effective where the finesse would have lost. Today's Contract Problem With no advene bidding, South gets Ihe conti.ict fot seven lie.nl-, Aftci winning Ihc fnsl sp.ule lifck, he deais uiinip!,. Should he now discard n club on Ihc: ace of spades' * K ° f ft 0 a 1 » 7 132 * A Q 3 2 (Uluid) (Blind) None A A 2 V KQJ'08'7 » A *.K7C'5 vul. Opener— Solution in next issue aflcnioon when Mis nby Uns- ingei won the pilze, liandker- chlefs. French iwncnkes and coffee were scivcd after thc caul games CaruthcrsviJlc Society — Peisonal Willie In Pasadena Charles Shelby, *ho ne n( tended tho Rose Bowl game he visited is stationed To Compliment Bride. Mrs Fred Flceman, 1( v Matthews, who Miss be guest of , ^ » 1TOn b l' Chester Caldwcll, Mrs Earl and Hiss Marguerite Saturday afternoon in Hotel front Buckley Malthew_ 110J njlcrll the Rose Room of the Noble. Thc affair will be 2-30 until 4-30 o'clock. * » » Has Club 1'arfj. Mrs I'arnsworUi Black hart the Wednesday Bridge club party this ""•"• -' - W. D. Chamblin In the bridge games which followed lunch. Mrs W. H Mmyard and Mrs Chamblin won. Complimented At I'artj. Mrs. Irby Ba-migcr. "who with Glcawrs H.i\e"Pvrly ~* The Gleaners' Sunday School Clnss of the Fust Baptist Sunday School was entertained Monday evening at the home of Mrs Ray Blackford Mrs O. E. Hookei and Mis Albert Walkei overo the assisting hostesses. "~ The newly elected president, Mrs. Vital! Davis, had chaigc of the. business session. Mrs. Leon Flippln conducted the devotional. Mi^ion.ir) Society Mccls The Belle H Bennett Missionary Society of the Methodist Church met Tuesday evening with Mis Llojd Rogers. Mrs. Russell Farmei assisted Mrs. Rogers in entertaining. Mrs. E. G. Roland of this city, secrclary of Ihe W. M. U. of the Poplar Bluff district, liad clmigo of sei vices at which the following officers \\cre installed: Mrs. A L Freytag, president, Miss Swan Naylor, vice-president; Mis Russell Faimci, iccoidlng secretary, Mrs Lilbourn Green, corresponding secretary; Mrs, Howaid Marshall conference trcasurn; Mrs John Ellis, local trcasmei; Mrs. Ralph Bcrrjman, superintendent of baby special; Mis. W. L. Meyer, superintendent of Mission Study; Mrs. H. T. Simpson, superintendent of children's work; Mre. Lloyd Rogers superintendent of publicity;. Mrs L. p. Lnmsdcn, superintendent' of Outlook; and Mrs. Van L. Johnson, superintendent of local work. near thoie in a naval training school. , Hairy and Claicnce Mnllome re- tuincd Monday fiom New Orleans nlicie they atlcnded thc Suuai Bowl game. Mr. and Mrs R L. Lynch, who have been living n t the homo ot Miii Sehaunalioin, left n few nays, ago for Union city, Tenn, to nidko their hQme^,i r * ' Bits of-News Mostly Personal lias, accepted a, (wsltlon, They have Jived at Armorcl'.for the past two years where Mr, Baslnger was employed In tiie store. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crlgger were In- McmphtS; yesterday. Miss Margaret Mary Koppcrs, of Caruthcrsvlllc, Is a patient at St. Joscjih's hospital, Memphis. Mrs. Clay;Ayres, of Osceola, Is a Miss;-.Virginia.! Huffman has returned to Jackson, Teiiii., where slic ntlends union college, after spending the holidays at'home. Prank Huffman, who is a student at Mississippi college, Clinton, hns returned to'school after having been here for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Huffman motored him to Memphis. Mr. : ami Mrs. Delcroh. Wcbstci are now at',home with' the brides mother, Mrs. Bid well, on Cliicka- sawlm Ave., following their mai rlngc Saturday night, Mrs. .Web stcrwas formerly Ml.ss" Lo!s' DId• well. Miss Miriam Smith, who was.to leave for Stephens college at Co lu'inbla, Mo., Ti:csday night..will not go until Saturday, because of illness. Mr. and ;Mrs. John .vy. Meyer arc spending today In Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. L. Waul und son, Lloyd, will leave January 23 for Port-Myers and St.. Petersburg Flu,, where they will spend about two months, Mrs. C. B. coulter and daugh tcr, Miss Dorlnne, have returnee! from Memphis where they visited for a few days. Mr', and Mrs. w. S. Alexander' have returned to their home In Cliarloitc, N. c., after spending i week with Mr. ,and Mrs. Cnrney Mslle. The Laslics and their guests met Mr. nnd Mrs.. Allen Hudciles- ton, formerly of here and now of Brinkley, in' Memphis for a New Ycnr Eve dance. Mr. and Mrs. j. R. steadman and daughters have : returned to their home in Bntssvlllc, Ark, after visiting- Mr. and Mrs. c. D. Conuslcr ant! Mr. and Mrs nbj Baslngcr nt Armorcl. Grover Ashley Is in the Memphis Baptist hospital where he .under went an operation for the removal of a growth on his spine. Mrs. Ash ley Is with him. Mr. and Mrs. nby Basinger and daughter, Patricia, are moving to Bchncr, Tcnn., where Mr. Basingei, NOTICE Dr. lircwer hiis moved his dental offices over Guard's Jewelry Store. \veck when Mrs ^as a guest Mr. and Mrs. compnnicd by LUTES GROCERY AND MARKET 206 W. Main Phone 161 AVe Deliver Tempting Food At Low Price? CI AMD •fcVWn Homespun. Top "Grade. Absolutely Guaranteed. 24 Us.' CELERY Jumbo Stalks Each 8i c I CTTHQC L»rg« Iceberg Each 5 C POTATOES 10 Lbs. 29 CANE SUGAR 10 Lbs. 49 SALAD DRESSING Full Quart BRAN FLAKES 0-Kay 'i Boxes . Mr. . Charles Crowe, spent Green, ac- and Mrs. Sunday in , ...._. ,. UJ u,iuugi;r, vvno vvitn her family lea»cs soon lo make her home in Sclmer, Tcnn, was Hiesaay afternoon by Mrs. George W. H Holcomb and Mrs a L. H ^ 3 i thc Barha m residence. The 40 guests were entertained with contests in which Mrs J D ' ?,?,>, mc " a corsa Se, Mrs W. N. Wlliams, a potted geranium and Mrs M. T Moon, a miniature - polled , geranium for the Mucky" ; award Mrs. Basinger dlsplajed the gifts presentee! liter m a shower. . ' \ "Heavenly"Hash" aY.d coffee were , served, the guests who included . Mrs. Ai RjWeir of Brighton, Tcnn, vho Is 'vlsiUng her sisler, Mrs W. Leonard;. Smith, Mrs. B. T Sook of Clarksdaie, MISS eitcst ,, Of-Mrs. -W'H. Storall, and Mrs , ^Flake Sartor of Grenada, Miss, ' who Is -visiting her sister, Mrs. - W.'H.,Holcomb. ' * * ' * Fortnightly club Meets. , Mr*,,George w. Barham had the FortPightly^club party Wednesday Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Green visited Mr. Green's mother, Mrs. J E Green sr, who accompanied them home and is visiting in their home and with her sister Mrs. W. p. Robertson. Mr and Mrs. Dean Daw son of St Louis spent from niday of last week until Sunday in this city visillng her parents, Mr. and Mre. C. F. Blokcr. Victor Malloure returned Tuesday from Pasadena, Cal, where . Man OuiVte'i Morr 1 9<"-ri. Cevoom "Irej-G-ccn MILK 1'ct or Carnation Tall Can 710 IT CORN Cans 25 C ITCMATOES Cans 25' P & G SOAP 25' TOMATO PASTE Spring Valley 3 Cans 10' MATCHES 3 Boxes 10' PETIT POIS PEAS 2 Cans 25' HENS Full Dressed Lb, 26 C HOME MADE SAUSAGE , 16' CREAM CHEESE Wisconsin Lb. 25 l SHORT CUT STEAKS 1 * "" 1 " 1 "^ 8 tf CHUCK ROAST clloicclk 1C TENDER MADE HAM Ccnter ?r 45° patient at liospltal. the Memphis Baptist Mill, .road, are Dougan a\enue Mr. and . Mrs Asa G. Morris, of Osceola; has been admitted to the Memphis Methodist hospital. Mrs. B. G.-Turner, of Sleclc, 1s a patient at 1 -'the. Memphis Methodist hospital. Mrs. w, S. Hanley, of Dyess, Is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Dixie Crawford, and family, for several days. She went to stcolc today to visit friends. Mrs. Dixie Crawford and son, Dickie, will spend Friday In Steele with. friends. Mi nnd Mis J n lurnei, have been living on the oil moving to ;30I William Walker, of Galveston Texas plan lo leave tomonow for home aftei visiting Mi Walkei s father John Walker Mi Walkei former!) lived here but has been In the United State Navy for a. numbei of years. James Maury of Memphis, attended to business here today. L G Bycrlcy of Leaclwille transacted bijsineis hero today Little A B rahfiold who has been 111 from pneumonia slnco Saturday, Is slltlillj Improved to day. Betsy'Bell, daughter'of Mr. nnd Mrs James H Bell h 111. Mis S S Sternberg and son Harold; have gone.to Guthrle and other iwints of Oklahoma for Mill v.M\ relatives Mr and Mrs C A Cunning- 1mm plan lo go to Little Rock to spend thc week-end The Great Seal of tne United States was pioposed and designed by William Birton in 1782 It is composed of a spread eagle sjin bolt/Ing strength bearing an escutcheon with 13 itrlp»s for the 13 original states Its right talon ' 'THURSDAY, . JANUARV Osceola Society — Personal "Star Progressive Club Meeting. "A mystic band of brotherhood makes all men one"—Goethe was- - - — -- —~ i«~- thc thought upon which an in- f'f! m *{£*", , drr< ;? s ° n tne R°- tcrestlnz International Relations l a " 0 '« Between United states and bensteln, Lithuania;' and'Mrs D S. Perkins, Germany. Tiie national anthems.of twelve countries were played and the sentiment explained by Mrs. D Fred Taylor jr, beginning with the Hebrew anthem, "The Sun Goes Down," and closing with our own "'— " -'-• Banner," feature of the pro- terestlng International eaions an program was based at the meeting Mexico from personal observations ™ * summer. iicrnoon • i I T , jj - • •* •""" ^"'"iuci. At the business session conduct- 1 "£ nddrcss «?» .Illustrated by a ed by Mrs. R. H. Jones, president, . while there *> Me " me - . . . , , lf while th icports were B hen from the Ameri- mmsclf *> Me " can Home. Junior and Public Wei- Guests at this ' "" D " 1 "~" 1 " by fare departments by their respective chairmen:'Mrs. Dwight Blackwood, Mrs. A. F. S!>icsc and Mrs. W. L. Moore. Attendance was urged at the silver tea and book shower for the bcncgt of thc Eleanor lioosevelt Library at Dyess Colony, which will be hold at "Wlndover Terrace;" the country home of Mrs. F. P. Jacobs, on Thursday afternoon, January .14. Seven Osceola women who were born In other countries were special ffuests.and occupied chairs deco- rate'd with the national colors of their countries. They were: Mrs. George Abrey, England; Mrs. M. Nickols and Mrs. A. Wcinberg, Russia; Mrs, D. M. Moore and Mrs. N. M. Moore, Syria; Mrs. M.'Rii- TOO'LATB TO CLASSIFY FOIt KENT Modern FURNISHED APARTMENT 108 W. Kentucky. Phone" '083. 7p kll FOR SAM: Complete DAIRY, Cows & truck: Good route. Sctliii? because sick: Call s. A. Rcginold, Wilson.' Ark. 7-cfc-ll Be fndependent! Lcain Beauty Cultutc Good Pay—Pleasant Work New,class opening- state supervised REASONABLE TUITION Mrs. Win- Berryman Elaine Beauty Shop _ _ . . _ meeting were Mrs J. T. Relnmlller, Mrs. H. A. Les- meisler of Jonesboro, Mrs. I, M Spann and Miss Nettle Gray,; Mrs. Ed Pittman of Carson,.Mrs. J. D' Borum, Mrs. ; M. A. Carter, Mrs'. John Keiser, Mrs. Fred Crockett, Miss Catherine, .Harwell, Edward Teaford and John Kclser. Mrs. Eugene Packard was enrolled as a new' member. The hostesses were: Mmes. c. M. Harwell, G B Scgraves, R H Jones, Hale Jackson, J B Bunn Russell Crockett, J T Fowler, J E. Counts, Ida Tucker a nd E. s. Shlppen. •The February program on Amer- ican Citizenship w Ji be [„ ch J o( Mrs. John Edrington * • • >' Funeral services 1 ' for' "Doi ,J ry, 60, who died at his home • terday, will bs held at the Call Lake cemetery today. Mr Perry operated a blacksmith shop (armed for 40 years In the Car Lake section. He leaves a wife one daughter, Mrs. D. Ford Judge S. L Gladisli vas a h ness visitor in Little Rock yi day. Charlie Mitchell, attorney ofll| rlsburg, recently appointed dlst supervisor of WPA statistical 'w(l was in town yesterday. . f Mr. and Mrs,. Harold Sander* Memphis and Little Rock, and' CH Glover of Little Rook are guest-! Mrs. j. B. Mitchell this week. I Mrs. Ella Evans, wflo has'spl the past month .with' '.her nil Miss Emma 'cox, will return 'to nome tonight in West Lafajc Mis Guy Bryant is visitor in Memphis toda a busiii government .....td and dcstro enough tubercular cattle to fill trains of 50 cars each Read Courier News Want FREE! $ 1.00 In Trade GIVEN AWAY DAILY PHONE 171 FOR FULL 1'ARTIC11I,ARS BAND BOX CLEANERS 411 West Main "We Appreciate Your Business" i ^CHINES? DESI 100 ORIENTAL DESIGN FiburleX RUGS , > "v ~ -'•*•• f«"* p* 1 *** £*>*p*i>g Fringed! Seamless! 9xl2feet! True Oriental Patterns! True Oriental G>lorings! BUT OUR PRICE IS •• OXLY • U you want i btanliful, warm-looking rag at an astonishingly low price... come in... write in telephone in .. .for one of .tiese Fiburtu Rugil Choose from these Patiernfjmd Colors' SAROUK DESIGN with blue.or redpoundj PERSIAN DESIGN with Un, rust or greco ground* CUIiNtSE DESIGN^whh blue or green grounds SJ»2*V^I Sr^l DESIGN •*>> ?V-^ mm HUBBARD FURNITURE CO BlijtheviUe,Ark.

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