1»AGE( \ TUESDAY, JANUARY io.-los 1 / ':;•;! . i, ' Social Calendar - WEDNESDAY'S EVKNT8 Mre. 0. A. Cunningham having Wednesday Bridge club. Sunbeams meeting Firsl Baptist - .church,' 4 P.'". •Executive board, Central P. T. A. ,meeting 2:30 P. M., followed • by geneial meeting, 3 P. M. Bible study, Church of Chi 1st, meeting with Mrs. B. L. Cook, Sixth and Main Sts, 2:30 P. M. ' THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. Louis Cherry having " MIS-Week Bildge club. Thursday LXmcheon club meeting with Mrs.' Evcrclt B. Gee. -, 'Mrs. H. A. Taylor having Thursday Bridge club. Thursday Contract, club meeting with Mrs. G. E. Keck. Armorel P. T A. having "Fathers' Night" 1:30 P. M. Ynrbro Missionary Society meeting with Mrs. W. M LaFcrney. Bingo party, social hall, Church ofInimaculale Conception, 8 p.m. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Betty Isaacs and Sara. Lou Mc- Cutchcii having (lancing parly. Mathematical Pi-obabilities Play Part In Mapping Play BY WM. K. McKKNNKY j Sefietarj', Amfrlean llrid^e I^asuc, When South saw his dummy and realized that he had to take 12 of 13 tricks, ho wiifc glad that he had taken some lime In his bridge researches to look Into 49763 VK43 > A94 *Q42', L. L. .Ward Named Teaclier Of Class. L. L. Ward was elected teacher of the Golden Rule Sunday school class of. the First Christian church In a meeting last night at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. "Cecil Lowe when 25 attended. J. Norris Moon was named hh assistant. Other, officers elected were: J. J. Bryant, president; J. W. Dunh, vice-president; Miss Maiie- Riggins, secretary and treasurer; J. Norrls Moon, reporter. •Clinlrin'ch named were: Lookout committee,, J. Cecil Lowo; Social, W. H. StoVall. • Bingo was played aftqr the business session with Miss Virginia Durham, Renkert Wetenkamp and Mrs. J. Norrls Moon winning prizes., Hot chocolate and cake wrc served. *AK VAQ2 '-. • «K1032 + AKJ3 . -r ' Rubber—None yul. South West North Eitt 1N.T. Pass 3N.T. Pass 6 N. T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—4 Q ! Bits of News Mostly Personal FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia _ 0«Y KCA Smitt, INC. T. M. SCO. V, I. PAT. Crf. r If the diamonds were divided .hree In each hand, the: hand would l» made automatically, as he long diamond would be' estab- [Uhcd In declarer's liand, 'nils distribution could lake care of itself. . . Other distributions would have to be considered, liowiVbr, such as singleton hbnor in-either • op - ponclil's hand, which would mako a flrst round finesse dangerous. Soulh's best, play was to lead n low diamond to the ace arid return n low dlninbnd to tlic king. In today's hand, since the jack (ell on the second round,, thfcre was no further guess, and South now could lead a low diamond to the nine and win tlic remaining tricks, after the queen of diamonds was laken by .West. Had South chosen a first round finesse of (lie nine In duniiiiy, the hand -would have been'."defeated. (Copyright, "1037, NEA Service, Inc.) Baptist Women Have Royal Service Program, i The Anglo-Saxon people studied by the 54 nicnvbeis of the. Woman's Missionary union of tha First Baptist church who attended a meeting tifc the church Monday afternoon. Mrs Jessie I Seaman was leader of the pro- grant which UBS taken" from the 'Royal Service magazine for Jan- .uary. The watchword, "Not For Might * Nor'For Power, BufFor' My Spir" it, Saj'elh the Lord -of Hosts", was' used as the introduction lo the < devotional' period With Mrs M. ,C. Outlaw ns leader.' 1 'Mrs'. Tom'W Jackson offered prayer. Mrs. Paul L. Tipton sang a solo, with Mrs. Murray Smart as tic companist, Mrs. C. W. Aftlick bpoke on "People Who Are the Anglo-Saxon for the Gospel", Mrs John W.:Meyer on "A Chosen Race —We Are Debtors", Mrs. Waller Bishop on "Mountain Missions In Saung the Anglo-Saxon Americans" and Mrs Alfred Carpenter tfTered prayer. A guest was Mis. T. E. King of TallUlah,. La., a former member • of Uie group. Mrs. Sllckmon 'to Address P.-T. A. Meet. Mrs. Lloyd Sticknion is to be , the principal speaker nt n meeting of the Central Ward Parent- Teacher Association , Wednesday afternoon. As fcuest speaker she thc arithmetic of the gartle, This Is nil important aspect of bridge, particularly in the play of a stilt jboul which /idthlng hns been disclosed, -'eltlicv by ft bid or lead bj' the advcrsal'lcs. ,, ... Today's hand presents a problem which'deals with the-'matter of mathematical chance: If one slayer. holds' four ctii'ds of a suit liibludlng both the missing Honors, (ho; necessary play will .hot work; but the chances lii : Its; faVoi- arc jrealcr than niiy other play that declarer has nt his disposal. Wliert West opened the.'fyiccn of >padcs, South took stock of his re sources, He could count It tricks il top cards without to king a flhesse,, but he had to develop an additional,low card trick In soliie ttilt. .Obviously npjie was nvall- \blc- In spades,: hearts, or clubs Only the diamond^ 'Jsult' remained. ' •'• Today's Contract Problem South is 'playing the contract at seven spades. West has bid both hearts and diamonds, the latlcr at the range of foul-.. Wlinl consideration should, goyern declarer In play oi the hand? • 4QJ103 . #AK98G »A87 . #AK94 N. & S. vul. Opener—* K ' Solution in next Issue. 19 Mrs. Edgar Boruni Is conyalcscr Ing ntter a week's Illness from influenza. : E. rt. Jones, who underwent a major operation Monday at the Memphis liaptlst hospital, Is a 6<}rl6us condition. Mrs. Jones is with him. Bllbp Gilbert, who also went down Sunday,'has returned home. • .' Mi's. A. Mi Bull and Mrs W •? Pollard are 111 Cnpe aiiardeau today as guests of Mr, and Mis William M. Robinson. C. A. Cunningham went to Little Rock, toddy and will be accompanied home toinonow by Mrs Cimhm'gham who lias been visiting there for a week. ( . Mrs. David Barton ictuined to | day to her home In New Madrid! after a visit with her parents, Mr\ hnd Mrs. W. M. Burns. Mrs. Barton, Mrs. Burns and Mrs. Leroy Wood went to Memphis for a. short slay. , Bill Young has recovered from a 1 : brief Illness from Influenza.' Itarry Wheeler Is 111 from In*- \- llOchza. Mrs, n. U. Tlplon and daughter,' Pcgffy, have returned to their home .In Memphis after spending -Several days with Mr. and Mrs. S.jE. Webb. i . Mr. and Mrs. SpOrgeon Pattcr- I soli 'arid daughter, Vivian, left ycs- I tcrday lor their home in Jack- soil', 1 '' Miss., after having spent- n month with Mrs. Patterson's mother. Mrs. W. T. oberst. • JOlm Mel Salmon, son of 'the Ifpv. and Mrs. Stuart H. Salmon, will undergo an operation tomorrow at, the Memphis Baptist hospital for.-the removal of his tonsils.- He was,admitted to the hospital yesterday. His father, came home last night; but will -return tomorrow iind.:li\s mother remained .with him. The baby is Mow much improved after haying, hail Hayti : Society — Personal 'rogs Get Lodging '.' For War on Flies ?. "Gee, fanny, why do we keep this awlul bid stuffp" "Well, one generation's junk'beconies another's imlii Funeral services were held for Jerry Mack, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. oilie Chlsm, Wednesday af- tertiooli by the Rev. Mr. Foster of Caruthersville. The baby died Tuesday night after several days Illness which had developed into pneumonia. At the time of Its death the baby was 19 days old. Interment was at Woodlawn cemetery. This was the second dcalh here from pneumonia in a week. The oilier wiis the oue-niolith-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. c. Henderson, who died last Thursday. * i * Mks Mary Alice Winters celebrated her seventh birthday with a patty at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Winters Friday afternoon. Miss Asalce Hamilton is spending the week In paragould, Ark. Visiting relatives. Mines. E. E. Simpson, Mecca Davis and Misses Edna Khourlc and Irene Warlh attended a meeting o the Woman's Business and Profes sional club of Caruthersville Tues day evening. Rodney Brasher jr., a student a the Teachers' college at Cape Gi rardeau, spent the weekend here visiting his father, R. N. Brasher. :inlin.ues. Steele-Cootei' Society — Personal louscgucst,' Mrs. Saliba of Dener, Colo, Mi's. Wolf Koury and laughter, Miss Anna Mae, and ion, Edward, Of Haytl, Mrs. Wade Ifamra and son, and Mr.. and Mis. Philip Hamra and family; of Jaiuthcisvllle, Mr. and Mrs. nlcli- ird^Hainra of Senath, Mr. llow- ird^nd^Mrs O.-Siibley and fnui- : ly of New Madrid," Mr,-and Mrs. John Haliira and family of Cardwell, Sam Hamrn of ParngoUld, Charles and Fred Stckery of LII- iKirn, Mo, Miss Olga Koilry of 5tcelc, Mr. And Mrs. Louis George, Mr. and Mrs. Philip George and family, Mr. find Mrs. George jeorge iind family, Air.'and-Mrs. Mose Sllmon, N. Fnrdeecy aM family, Miss Margaret Richards vnd Miss Erie Brantley of Lux- Jrn, • Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Mobrd >f Osceola, Mr. and Mrs, N. S Osceola Society — Personal Methodist Society; Meets.. <) \^ At the monthly"progfaln nlceting of the Methbdlst Misslondry society held ih the church parlors yesterday Mrs. L. W. Walters cpnduet- ed tho lesson from-IhR \Vorld Out 1 look. Devotional thoughts froin' I Cor. 13 \vcre-given by Mrs. C. M. Harwell. Two 'readings were rendered by Mrs. J.-A. Qwallney. Mrs. E. \\. Biirns was enrolled as a new member. . Uaptlsl Circles Meet. an operation for adenoids r and sinus recently, Alton Roddy, of Monctle, spent the weekend as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Greene. Mi's. Wolf Arian Is ill : from In fluetiza and asthma; . Mrs. W: E. R(K!dy_.who has.bcei ill from 'Influenza for ii week; i yet in bed. " " Virgil Greene attended -to busl ijcssj In Joiifcsbproi yesterday. « "'Miss Anna' Belle BarkovlU, of PoiiagevlHe, and Louis Giaber. of Corning, were guests of Miss Bar-, kpvlta's sister. Mrs.'S. Jiedel, niul Mr. Jledcl, Itisl night. ' •Mrs.'W. C. Illgglnsbn is ill froiii influenza. . ' Mrs. whll Goodman and daugh- will give a message taken from the Parents magazine. The meeting will begin at 3 o'clock, following a meeting of the executive board at 2.30 o'clock. * • * Son Ocin. Mr. V and Mrs. Kenneth Bell, formerly of here and now of Lcb- anon;;,Mo., /announce the birth of a son, January 14. » • * Presbyterians Have An Auxiliary Meeting. The 21 members of the Woman's Auxiliary of the First Prcs- bylerian church, who attended the meeting Monday afternoon, at the church, heard -Mrs. Roy Walton presents program on "The Family Affair." She was assisted by Mrs. Kives Allen who talked on "The Worth Family as" Missionaries in Africa." Mrs. H. H. Houchtns gave the dc- xotlonal on the theme "One Mediator." Members of circle" 1, of which .jalilm and family of Joiner, Mrs. I Thirty-three members of Hie W. \Iosc George and son of Mcm-'M. U. attended Ihc Ihrce circles >hls, Miss Rose and brother, Vic- Which met yesterday with Mrs. J. :or Baddur, of Hughes, Ark, ' ' ' " * • . • -Jilts Hclty McClltchcn 'ledges n Beta Phi. Miss Betty Lce'-Mjcutchen,' who ittcnds Rollins ccollege, WInler Park, Fla., has pledged Pi Beta Phi,• nntton'pl sorority, It-was im- lOUhccd there yesterday.' Pledging to all national sorbri- les and fraternities''is' done at nid-term aleer allowing "nishhig" hiaiighout the first term. '••. *' * ;. * take St. Women' '' Transact Business. ....,Plans for future activities, reports of communities and a de- 'ottonal pertod featured the mccl- ;ng of the Woman's Mlssionai-j- 7ocicly of the Lake Street Mctho- llst church Monday afternoon, at ';he church. The devollonal was given by W. •riirallklll, Mrs. Ida Tucker and Mrs. \V. T. Toole. In each circle officers and com- mittcb chairmen were appointed for the year and articles from the January Issue Of "Home and Foniign Fields" were given. The Royal Service program Is to be held next Monday at the libme of Mrs. Ida Tucker. * * * Mrs. Hale Jackson left today for a month's visit with a sister in El PaSo,'Texas. Mrs. Maggie Barbicrs was taken to Gartly-Ramsey hospital In Memphis SundTiy afternoon suffering from a threatened attack of appendicitis. Her mother, Mrs. Paul Sclnmes, remained to be with her. | Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Segraves left this morning for a two weeks visit with thilf daughter. Mrs. C. E. Crablrce and family in Avon park, Fla. ' D. H. Blackwood jr. and sister. Virginia, and Miss Louise Hale led Sunday by motor ,fo; Washington lev. Lee, .returned to their home In Memphis yetserday after spe'fid- ! Ing .several days with Mrs. Goodman's parents. Dr. and Mrs. F. b. Smith. Elliott Duncan, 1 who has bsen oh the stage 'as a singer for a niiiri'l.' bcr of years with J headquarters Hi New York city, has. returned home for an extended stay with his moth* er, Nfrs. Ramsey' DUncan. He arrived Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Brent and two sons, late of Dyersburg, Tclm., are moving here this week. H. M. Hale is ill at the Blythe' ville hospital. Mrs. Norman Finley, of Oscooln, Is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mrs. Margaret Barblers, of Osceola, has been admitted lo Ihe Memphis Gartly-Ramsay hospital. Mrs. George R. Cnlhoun, of Mr. and Mrs. Chris O. Wenlzell of Cooler, are entertaining;, their slstcr-in-law, Mrs. Lloyd R. Weht- zcll of Brooklyn, N. Y. They gave a bridge parly Saturday night In icr honor., Announcements have arrived here of the arrival of an B!<! poilnd daughter lo Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilson at their home in Franklin, Term., last week. . The".baby, hai been glyeli Ihe name of .'.'Patricia Ann. Mr^-Wllson is well known in this city, being the son of -Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wilson. , •'.Mrs. Jess Ledford, a recent-bride was''guest of honor at a mis'c'ella : neons shoNvcr given at -the Metli (xlist church last week by Mrs. Ol lie Barnes, Mrs. J. i,. German and Mrs. John German jr. "... Mrs. Tom Burns, who before he recent marriage was MJss Rijsi Wright,'will be guest-of honor a a mlseellaneoiis shower at the horn of Mrs. T"!U Urlggance in Coote Thursday evening, /rhe ^hpstesse are Misses Elizabeth'Hucy'^nd yli' g'l.e. Travis. . 'John it. Franklin, who ilnde.rwent iv major opefatloh in ;st'. Joseph's hospital, Memphis, last v£ek, is getting along well. His wife is hi Memphis with .him. His mother, Mrs. Stella Franklin, \vlio was with him last week, has returned to lief NEW RICHMOND, ind. (UP) — This village boasts of the only omplutely organized, silf-sustain- * d, fly-catching organization in the vorld. :t is in the Martin A. Strand ski actory. Flies, it seems are a problem in he holler room of the factory, so :he Strand people nut in 10 : live bullfrogs. The frogs arc being Slvcn board and lodging in the >oller room. They lake care of the fly situ- alion in good order. rA lT'Sj600D FRESH MILK OP 1 CRAIG'S DAIRY THAT CHASES POO t HEAVTH OUT. OF K> ille,' Ala., Is visiting relatives hi nd around Steelc. Mr. arid Mrs. W. J. Evans Inoi'- Ed t<) a farm at No. 8 Monday. Their house in cooler l be oc- home nt Mlcola. .Miss Marjorie Wagster left lost week to spend the rest of the Win-' tc'r with her mother, Mrs, Eddie Martin, at Orlando, Fla. ' and Mrs. W. Reid have mplcd by Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wll- Mr. and: Mrs, C. D. Martin, of -he Lake Farm, left over tire week end for all extensive lour of Texas and Mexico. Mis. J. E.Gentian, who unrfer- vent an operation for removal of cancer at- the .Memphis Baptist hospital,: is resting well but is still in a very serious condition. Her husband : and daughter, Beaulta. and Mrs.' John German are.,hi ie'mphlsjvvlth her. Mrs. 'ch'arles Peterson' has :returned-.to'. Iier home in Los Angeles, Calif,,' after a visit here with her sisterj Mrs. Milo Atwood."-. Mrs t . Frank Jordan visited -her husband in the Veterans' hospital Memphis, Thursday. Mr. Jordan will remain there for several weeks under treatment. :M!ss Gcniiva Rowe left over th weekend for several weeks visit with relatives In St. Louis. Rev. J. H. Thomas of Kalis a City is visiting relatives at Coots ./Barter Southern lias returns? ifroni 1 a' visit In Mnskogee, oklai -Mrs. B. M. Thompson Is confine to her hom'e in Cooler bv illness Mrs. Liminic Burton, who'tande went'an-operation in' the 1 Ely the villc hospital recently, is Improvin Mrs. Buril Harper of 8hr2vepor La., was a visitor here last wee Gray Hopper and Ralph .McClure have returned from a visit In Detroit, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Hopper, who haye been living In Cootcr With Tom Hopper, are moving to a farm at Denton Ibis week. Ohio License Plates To Boost Celebration COLUMBUS, 6. (UP)—Ohio automobile license plates in 1938 will bear a symbol iu commemoration of the Northwest Territory celebration which will have Marietta. O., as ils chief center... Ohio took a tip from Texas in adopting automobile license advertising. Texas advertised its cen- nnial of 1930 in that manner. WANTED TO' BORROW mall business needs $15.00 for immediate use. Will give second mortgage on $1,100 fixtures of r hich' 4450 is paid. Write Box 3, city. Will pay 10% interest. Nashville, Term., will arrive' 10- Ing in her place, morrow to spend six weeks with moved into Ihe hoinc in Cooler which they purchased- frohi : Mrs. pra Harrison, who nioVed to a farm near Paragould, Ark. Mrs. Gerald Brooks has returned from Memphis where she had been taking insdical. treatment. She Is improved. Parker Nichols left over Ihi week end for a business trip lo Mexico City. •••••lift'l Miss jullicU Wank, teacher at. New Survey, was laken to Canip- bell's Clinic in Memphis last week by her father, Tom Frank. Sha will undergo treatment for an injured knee. Mrs. C. C. Adams Is teach- her daughter, Mrs. Russell Phillips, and family, Mrs. Phillips will "t her in Memphis. Joe Yatcs has been in Mrs. Adella Adams, who read for her scripture lesson portions from '.ho book- of Isaiah, picturing a o a lowly man, as he goes about I where'they will attend the mangu- loing the little things m life to '• ration and remain for several \\eeke bring about happiness. A prayer i by Mrs. W. L. Green concluded :|ie devotional. Mrs George Dysinger presided In the business session lii which the finance commlUcc's report created much Interest. This cominll- Mcmphln for several nays. wi)erc he gave blood Friday for a transfixion lo his aunt, Mrs. R. H. Yatcs, who is seriously 111 from mcumonla at the Baptist hospl- al. < Mrs. Charles, Bright is chairman. - served refreshments in the social houh .' -, • ~ • Compliment BrMc, - Bridegroom Here, t *. Mr. and Mrs. George T. Shib- Icy of Copper Hill, Tenn., were guests of honor at a reception given by Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Shtb- ley, cousins of' the bridegroom, last night In the Blue Room of the Hotel Noble. Mrs. Shibley was before tier recent marriage Miss Adele George, of Lu\ora. The host and-hostess and the , bride and bridegroom welcomed more than 200 guests who included i' p number .from out of the city. '.V. c - ' After f.the', reception, at which .. "refreshments' «• were served, there r !4''\ras dancing. x'MrS. Philip George •Hand Mrs.'"aeofge 1 ,George, of LUK- ,'ora,_ assisted the Hostess in Gerv- v ;ing.-. >V- , ; V--' "'•• • ' ,7 •, O\rt of'town guests were:" Miss . lone-George'and Mr.-'.and Mrs. ',ee announced plans for a chili -upper lo be "given at the church Thursday iilght, 7 "o'clock, plans were also made for at least three cars to go lo Leachville to the zone meeting today. The 20 .members were dismissed 'ay the Rev. M. N.-Johnston. • • • .- -: Altar Society Meets. The Altar society of the Church of the Immaculate Conception met Monday afternoon -at the home of the president, Mrs, Lloyd V. Wise, for a- social meeting. After a short business session the fourteen members present had a social hour, during which the hcstcss chicken coffee. served salad refreshments ol sandwiches ant 666 checks COLDS . and . FEVER first day ' Liquid, Tablets, Headache, 30 .. tarn Ellas'and sons, ',of Cairo, Salve, Hose Drops minutes •*-_I)l.> Mr.> and Mrs. George Moses | Try ''Rnli-My-Tism"—World': '->-r imd son, of Mounds, 111., and their id's Best Miiimcnt isit, Mr. alls'Mrs. W.,B.-Colbert had is their guests Sunday. Colbert irane of Wilson and Miss Helen West, The Rev. and Mrs. E. L. Cole drove to Paragould today to Blteud the sessions of tho-Baptist stale convention. which will last through Friday. courier News Want Ads MINERVA YARNS "Aristocrat of Knitting Yams" FREE INSTRUCTIONS WEDNESDAYS & FRIDAYS MRS. A. C. HALEY - Pride ^Subdivision Mrs. Jack Wimp, who has bren confined to her home in Cooler tho past \veek with sliius trouble,, ro- lurned to her position as teacher hi the Cootcr school Monday. Miss Lillian Fimderburk taught during rier absence. Miss Irene Whitfield is visiting her, sister and husband, Mr. ant Mrs. Emmclt Yatcs of Memphis. Johnnie Thompson of Russcll- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY ponsible for the HIGH PURITY .; lOc Pint Gc Buttermilk, Qt Gc This Sale, External Treatment Helps END A COLD Quicker Demonstration Club News Notes Diirdctle 4-H Club. At a meeting Monday the Bur- rictte 4-H club elected the following officers for 1837: Imogene Aycock, president; Maxlne Britton, Vice-president; Lucille Garrctt, secretary; Dorolhy McKay, reporter. Elghtyiftve per cent of the world's supply of nickel is produced in Canada. The rest cotnes from New Caledonia, l India, and Norway. TERRY ABSTRACT & REALTY CO. Abstracts, Land"s& Loan s E. M. Terry, Prcs. and Mgr. Phone 617 BIrthtville, Ar*. 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