Social Calendar THURSDAYS EVENTS UDC meeting wllh Mrs M Fttssnnmons. 2 30 P M, Mrs. M O Usrey having Midweek Bildge club Thursday Luncheon club meting With Mrs C. W Afflick Thursday Bridge club nice ling vvllh Mrs rreci Rullierloid Mrs G Q Caudill having Ihursdaj Contract club •• I^rs George M Leo having Town and Country club -, FRIDAY'S EVENTS Meeting of Music department of the Woman s cjub at- club house, 3 p m Osceola Society-^- Peisonal Ballet, Chorus Is Feature of Gallo 'Opera Productions Chapters ' D ' and ' N ', P E O having luncheon meeting it homo ol Mis ^ J Malwn , To Have I'rogrini On .Walks, Drives Those interested In ; making walks and drives arc Invited to. hear J Louis Chcrrv discuss these phases of landscaping In an Informal 'talk Thursday night, 7 o'clock',: at the. high school auditorium This lalk will bo the second of a sciIBS of ten which the Junior-Senior High Parent-'leacli- er Association is sponsoring * • * O E. S Mcmtwrs Have Supper Party Mrs J w Bader and Mis W A Stickmon who have tbeca ill wera given a smprlsc- paity bj olhei members of (he Order of the Eastern Stai last night at tin; Bideiv home Besides the 11 members there- was one guest Mrs Bally Barter of St Louis who is visiting lici sistei Mis Badei Each member took a dish and suppei was served In buffet fasl; ion Mrs' badei, who has been ill fronKarthiitis for several months and who jet walks on erutol^cs has * recently relumed from Sot Springs Mrs SUokmon broke hci wrist m a fall This same organization also showered the rcthin^ worthy ma tron Mrs Nora Edwairis with !\ handkerchief shower at the teg-> ular meeting Filday night ChrKllim Workers IWjft 'Mrs; C, K. Rlclwrds was hostess lo Ihc business mcellng of. the Christian Workers on ... Monday aflcinooh at Ihc :liontejOt, her daughter, Mrs. C. B. Driver.; .The pastor, the Rev,. -Louis Samuleis, discussed some needed repairs on. the church biilltling which, will be undertaken al an early dale. The society voted to me (ft eaclv Mon tia> for an Indefinite Umc Instead of twice a, month, ai hcietotorc *•' ;•< * W M U Has Covered Dkh luncheon The manual of W. M. U. nicth ods called, "The New Why and HOW," by,. W lima Bucy was taught V MIS E H Jones In an all- day class at Ihc home of Mrs. D. A Siler. on Monday Written examinations were given those who hart not previously received "a seal ,on this book. The eighteen members cnjojcd a covered dish luncheon at noon, « ' 4 • tr<»ch Arltils Studied Mrs. , J. L. Glnscoc and Mrs Qcorgo Cone- were tolnt hostcsscb to the lltciary department of tho Progressive club at the former e. home, yeslerdny afternoon Mrs John W Edrlnglon conducted the pioginm, on French aitlsls of the Empire period. The life and works of : Hosa Bonheur. and Madame Ixs .Brun \verc discussed b> Mrs J D Biuin and M?3 R H Jones respectively Mrs Cdilngton told the stoiy and showed rninllngs of Fratonaid Mis A t' Splese and Mrs Jolit\ Whltworlh were enrolled ns n,ew members of the tlcpailmcnt Mis E H Burns, who lecently moved to Osceola from Springs was a guest lenn— The part the bsllct plays In grand opera cannot lie passed over wlttrtyusf'.fi mere mention, Opera Is oho,pf the oUJ- esl (onus of riramallc 1 art arid as It was . presented In Ihc cultural centers of Etirop; |t 'was 1 "hoVcf coinplclo without a talcn.lcd, ballot chorus. , Howovci until just recently the ballot was Just a minor fcatijfejo.t grand opcia as It was' presented In, this country H ?ematneci for JFor.- tlitic Qallo, director of the San Carlo OpovR cPinpiny that will coiixf to tl>e auditoilum to present three performances on Jan. 22 and 23, to the ballet liacic Into promi- JVIiDNESDAi', JANUARY Partners, Warned by Double, Arrive al Safe Small Slam Luxova Society — Personal Ry W.tt. K. McKKNNEY Secretary, American Bridge League John ir. D. LangcrBartcl . of Quhicy, in., has sent me today's hand, with the sage observation Miss Frances frominlng has returned to Momphte after, a. three weeks vacation spent with her parents, the Rev, and • Mrs, • Jj, jp. .'lemming, Mr. and Mrs. J,.R. Graham niid <Uuiglttci, Olivia of Ripley, Tcnn,. yete guests Sutmdsiy of Mi and Mrs,. William Ihweatt K<rs Betty; MIS mother of 0 Cookc sr and Mrs Charlie Mlfflin, who was striken III Monday morning is thought o be testing bcttoi today •> Mrs S J SmUh had as lunch ••on guests lucMlny, Mines George Qra.ddock. ' nence. Following Oallo's success with, the ballet chorus the P-'^l two seasons, the Metropolitan Opcia company In New York again (eafureU the ballet In pnctlcally every pioinl- ncnt o|>era program presented, Uiidiig the opera season at. the auditorium tho, San Carlo famous ballet chorus will be piescnled with tv,o performances, 'Hlgolelto' the opening night and II rrovatore for llie final presentation Die oth-. jcr opeia on the program Is Madame Buttcr/K" foi Ihc Saturdav *2 VQJ1094 * 10 7 54 2 487543 VAKO »ve 4>AK3 AQJ 1000 ¥852 «Q32 + 08 Rubber—None vut. South Pass Pass Pass Double Pass West 1* 3N.T. 8* CN.T. Pass North Pass Pass Double Double East 3 4 5 A C A Pass By fai Ihc most lnt«rcsting fei lures of the bidding arc the dou bles which North Slid South found It Incumbent to make, and which drove Langc-Barlcl and his partner, Charles Pool. Into their only makeable slam contract. 0 olden silence might have beer richly regarded, had North failed to double the sli^-club bid ant ' thus led spades. South to' double six Buttcr/lj matinee foi Ihc Saturday In the matter of tlie ballet Gallo [has dlveited from the usual ous toin The tcndeiKy has been In the matter of open ballet to solicit the talent from Russian and other dance centers of tho continent. VfH\\ the exception of a few prln clpals tlie Sin Qorlo ballet Is made up mostly of American dancers. Qallo's scouts over the country arc al,wnys on the look-out, for new "dancers lo a<W to the ballet. Of cm ric. there vv is no Ounce that a slam in clubs would bi attempted, by East and West, but without (he warning of the double they might have remained in sb spades, at- which" contract defeai would, hi\ve been "Inevitable. Contract Problem South is playing the contract at four hearts He 1 is lost the first three spado tricks, and has taken the fourth lead with the ace oj clubs. What cifd should he play la the fifth trick? AC 5 2 County P. T. A. Will Hear Address by Mrs. Curtis Slo'ul j — ' JOINER Ark — Mrs Cmtls Slout, state P. T. A. president, will be the principal speaker at the meeting of the' Mississippi County Council of Pa rent-Tea ch- ci associations at Sinwnee high school on rridaj Jan 15 The meeting, to which all members'-and friends of parent-teach- <r organizations in tlie county arc Invited, will open at 10 o'clock In the .morning. The program will close at 2:30. Mrs. Stout will speak at Ihe afternoon session In the mom Ing llicre will be talks by A. Welby Young, Osucola attorney, who : wlll speak on "The Need for a Juvenile Court"; by Mrs. Crain of .Wilson, whose .subject will be A' Community Libnry , and Miss McCince who will discuss the work, of (ho National Safety CouiKil Luxora Pastor Will ' Preach at New Liberty,, The Rev L P Hemming- pas- ! tor of Ihe Luxora -Baptist church, ' will preach at Ihe'Now Liberty Baptist church Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Read Courier Ntws Want Ads. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- Wiltel (itad-And You'll Jump Dili of Bed Is •• • tb« Morninj Ruin' lo C» ' " The IU-er BboulJ TOUT out two pounila of ' la not Clou'intf freely, your food doesn't iHgost. U jimdccnys In the bowels. Ga3 bloala up your stomach. You get constipated. Your . wholoayalcmfs poiaojied and you feel eour, •unit mil the world looks punk. LaxRtivefl arc onty TnakcshWU. A mer» ' bowel inovemcntdocan't ifctRt thgcuuse It S« c " v«l*f «<*fl Pll Carter i] (tie l.n-cr - to ga tliwe ' wo pounds of liile llo' freely an »»nlle . ,nluii HOL... 'n making bile (low ni. e | freely. Alii for Curler , Llttlo I.lver Tills 1>» ' Mine. StubbornlyrcfuBeanylhliiKelflc. Bits of News Mostly Personal Among those v\lio went to Little Rock for the innuguiqtlon. of Goy- ernoi Ballcj \vere HI ajicl Mrs Ben Butl.ci Mi anrt. Mrs Hate Jack«on, Dwight H Bla.ckw.ootl, Mrs Jol.m White and George Ba sll Segraves G b \Vadilell S L Gladish Camlheisville Woman Weds Baptist CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo. — Mrs Melissi Sinltli of Hits cltj and the Mrs Smith foimerlv of Mem W V rAlexa^nder Is attending to Jjuslne^s, In Dall?^ Texas lAOii Diinll, Insurance agent of Joiiesboro undenvcnt an operation for appendicitis jesterdw at the Blitheviile hospital i E A ^Fisher, who has been cgn fined »to his bed about l«o weeks from a stroke, of paralysis, is slowly Improving Mrs Loj Welch v\ill leturn tq night from Memphis vvheic she spent two dajs Mrs I O Weslbrook will go lo Memphis the last of the \veek to visit her daughlci, Mrs B L Dednmn and family Norwood Hedgv who tb 111 from pneumonia at the nlj theville hos pilal ,1s better Mrs Edgar Boruin is ill from influenza at her home on Hollj 3t J, E Wimberly left Monday night for Chipago where he will spcnfl i week Mrs %Yimbcrly, v?bo had planned to accompany 1dm was unable lo do so because of cutting an ajtery In her hand while washing dishes Mrs Howard Proctor Is. expect cd to return today from. Little Rock where slv.c attended tlio inauguration program Mrs G M Powell will arrive Sunday from Carlisle Pa to spend -°vi>ral weeks (uth i-cr parents Judge ind Mrs O E Keck She will spend a shore time ui st Charles Mo as the guest of her Mster, li^iss Margaret Keck who attends^ Lindcnwood college be foic 1 ' coming here ' Mrs Jim. P Harwell and son have -returned from Dccatur, Ala where thev spent the Uolidajj, Mr .Harwell. : who accompanied them returned home ten days ago The Rev Prank G Smith who has been critically lit at a,n Omaha Neb, hospital Is slowly imp-roving VA, daughter, Mrs R P Klr'hncr, is wltb, him !,,?, m0nBl , lho£c who a ^« n <i«i the Inauguration program xestetdaj at w £ ^ ™ n 5e no ^Icy. H -.G Partlow and W E Arm strong . ^ " Scruggs has returned from Memphis where he relative for several d,ays uncle J L- Wllllanis thli, week, making preparations to 1 he ic, She Is a member of Hi Baptist church choli and Is activ in. nil (lie w.ork o( the church Dr i ( o on Hlgimnj 01, soutli of to«n Mrs Williams and then Iwo (laughters, Misses Ffi nnd Pegg> will aiiiva In about two vueks Mrs John White is a sister of Mr Vfllllams Mr aiid Mi-s H j Hale and daughter, Louise and ewxlson Billle qop spent Monday In Mem Eve;ell Rci(t owner o( the Couit House Cafe Is very \\\ from nu at Ills home The Rev and Mrs R p Moore end and Mrs Geoige Abicj were in Memphis jcsterdij lo attend a confcicncc of ^^cthod.lst minis tcrs and blshojis * « - « S b Council "Meets Tlie five-seal pr.oinolt.onal plin for Southern Baptist Sunday Schools «a 5 th 0 clnef topic for (\iscusslon nt (he monthly meet- ng o( teachers and officers at he home of Mrs John Douglas BUcf tfdks v\ere made by Charles Black,\\ood Mi's j s McCnnls Miss cora, Hctan and Mis E I, Colo Sunday Schol superintendent' J E Counls announced lhat all ' c 'f Pupils VrOUjfi DC g\\Cll SpC cnl lecognltlon each Sundav * • * >Irs Imogeuc Penrtergrost ami son Gene Ie(l Sund,ay nlglit foi a months visit wi(h, hei sktei Mrs John Lance, In Detroit, Mich The Rev and Mrs E. L Cole .ere In Memphis \efterday where e attended a board, meeting of the Btplist Hospital a w,cek ago lo conduct ,i satles o siwehl n-etlngs at the Ba.pttsf church, is aji evangelist of noto In the tcrrilorj of Hie Southern. Baptist convention For some time he was pastor of one of thp Baptist churches In Oklahoma Cltv resigning lib pastorale thcrij in August of last year to return to evangelistic work During Iholr slay here Rev anc- Mrs Saxton aro making their liome in an pparlment at the home of Mr and Mrs R. o Shnn> on \Yiud avenue Mrs. .Livingston Confined lo Her Home by Injury Mis J F Livingston is yet con fined to, her home because of injuries iecelved two weeks ago nhen a 4slack of floui fell on her at the Livingston stoic Two ribs were broken and hei ankle sprained Phjsictans say it will be two more weeks before she will be able to be out. * ' llnlost S e » n women among Scout Honor Court The Bh-t'heulle Boy v Scouts win have thelr^courj. of -honor Thurs- dav iught, r 7 o'clocv:, at the city FREE 'Every Night Ne\v §900'phonograph i Al! New Records •SILVER MOON CLUB HELPS PREVENT MANY COLDS Especially designed aid for nose a.nd upper throat, whci« jnpst colds start. r 5;i«....30t VlCKSYA-TRONOL It /? HAVE YOU TRIED J^fcYOUR SKIN? • As a part of your daily bcauly schedule, use Clnmbcrhiii s I o tion vcguhrlj It liclps keep jour liajids, art.ns and skin smooth and lovclj, because it sofmi~cs A c(car, golden liquid, ClnnAcr- .Tain's dries quickly, 15 never or sunimj ^ At ill drug.and dcplrliiicnt stores,? Clvmibcrlain laboratories, Inc., DCS Moiacs, Iowa. , V6III1 SKIH Chamberlain's Lotion PHONE 180 FOR QUALITY WORK AND GOOD SERVICE LAUNDRY-CLEANERS Bridge was Onjoyed Opening lead—¥ Q duvlng the afternoon on Friday night at R- six o'clock unthinking, slips" by the op In special compliment ponents olton arc tlie safest guides Mrs. .Charlie Blllihgslcy, a -recent lo the correct contract at bridge. rABIJSTS - SALVE - NOSE DROPS USE AS A is exactly true. Tticrc is . Miss Dollic Goswich has vetum- no easier opponent at the bridge 3(1 to New Miidrid, Mo., after scv- table tlian .the player who warns, PREVENTION eial weeks visit in the home of by a double, that a certain con- lemplated contract is unsafe, un-. less he Is sure that 1 you have no * J.7 3 VKQ1073 >AK6 + A4 E &,W vul Opener—*K 'Solution-in next r issue. 13 Mis t C B Wood and hei daugh- Mrs. R. W. Butler Not all bridge players, however, "d nine tables of biidgo players " t\ the home of Mrs. Wood Satur- trutn and In today's hand both Out-of-town guests were Mnies their way . to guide the slrorigei side lo Us correct contract Edwaid Segra.ves, Tax Assessment Notice S. Crlhflcld, Misses Catherine- Harwell, and Marjorie Doyle, of Osce- Penuscot County Issues MOSCOW .(UP)—Three new television. centers: are being organ- Izeil .in ,'the Soviet, in • Moscow, Lenlnp-art and Kiev ola and Mis . S Dlliahmity, of 966 Marriage Licenses Thg time .for assessing Personal Taxes and Poll Taxes is fiom no\v until Apnl 10 If jou fail to assess llie .is&easoi must, assess foi v, on , You know join pioieily bottei than I, so as sess. it befoie the penaltv is a tided Aftei four progressions high core prize was awarded --Mrs. '.DII- CAKUTHERSVJLLE, MB., Jan. 13 TOO,'.I/ATE- TO CIiASSII-'l Miss Marcarct Moffilt third prize —CupM and Lent) Year had lo Mrs Riibscll Bovven, and Charlie Mlfflin was. low. Mrs In Pemfs.cot county during 1930, according to records of John W. Green, county recorder An even qoo moje"marriage 11- censes WCIL issued in the county In 103B than in 1935 indicating the Birls "got thelf men."-There were B'nai B'rith to Meet R. L. GAINES Assessor TERRY ABSTRACT & REALTY CO Abstracts, -Lands & Loans E Tit Terry, Prts inrl Slgr Phone 617 Blvtheulle, Aric. Ths,rc vvill be a ineellnc of tin. 906 licenses issued as -against 706 o clock In HID office nf Lo Divorces went doun a couple of notches for the year there beihg ••erved following "a business trieet- *"£. Aromatic tobaccos frpin the districts of Xanthi, Cavaila, Smyrna and Sain- soun in Turkey and Greece, the tobaccos of richest aroma ... blended with Mild ripe home-grown tobaccos — Bright tobacco from the Carolina?, Georgia and Virginia; Burley tobacco from Kentucky and Tennessee; and tobacco' from southern Maryland • ... and rolled in • Champagne • Cigarette paper '; of \ the finest quality. This paper,: specially made for Chesterfield cigarettes,-is pure and butiis without taste or odor.' For the good things smoking can give you,, LiMin & Mvtss Towcco Co.
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