The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 20, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 20, 1937
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYttffiVlLLE, (AUK.)'. COUfcffifc- \VEDNESbAY, JANUARY 20, '; ' Social Calendar , '- THURSDAY'S EVENTS 1 Mrs. J. Louis Chciry having Mld-Wcek Bridge club. Thursday Luncheon club meeting' with Mrs Everett B Gee. Mrs. H A Taylor having Thursday Bridge club, Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs, G K Keck. Armorel P T. A having "Fathers' Night' 7.30 P. M Yarbro Missionary Society meeting with Mrs W, M LaFcrney. Bingo partjj social hall, Church of ImmacuHte Conception, 8 pm, FRIDAY'S .EVENTS Betty Isaacs and Saia, Lou McCutchen hiving dancing party. Eastern ' Star meeting at 1:30 P. M. Bids Reveal DistrihuLion and Finesse for Slam Succeeds By HM K McKBNNKV Secretary, American Hriilgc Le Today's hand Involves Iho proper play , of an . honor combination, Sometimes'the play of these combinations is complicated by tlie btd- 103 » AS) 8-1 *? V K Q 9 5 2 « K Q J 3 2 Soiilh lock, at the social hall of Hie hurcli of the immaculate Conccp- Club Has Guests. Nine guests attended the Tuesday Bridge club weekly party this neck when Mis w. u Chamblln was hostess.; These were:Mrs. RUB- sell, PhillliJS, Mis C. W. Aflllck, Mrs B>ron Morse, Mis. Evcictt B. Gee, Mrs Ross D Hughes, Mrs FarnswortlrBIack, Mrs. F. B. Joy- 4 + ner, Mre. Walkei H. Biker and 5 V Mrs. Marvin Robinson |7A The four small lunUieon tables! were arranged In the living loom,' before a large open lire, und In the l sun room In'the bridge games which fol- low'ed, Mrs. J. Nick Thomas and Mrs w Leon Smith won club honors and T thc guest prize went to Mrs, Morse Methodist Circles Visiicd by Pastor. The Rev. H Lynn Wade, pastor of ihe First Methodist church, v|s ited all circles of the Woman's Missionary ^ Society In their meetings Monday afteinoon To stimulate attendance In these groups he offered n prl<se of $1 monthly lo the circle having the largest attendance In all of the circle 1 ; which me^ with the new chairmen, refreshments were served during the social hour Circle 1 met \vjth Mrs B M Matthews when the 22 present Included one new member, Mrs Tankersley There was approximately $20 collected on the calendar fund Mrs EiKm Jones entertained circle 2 when 16 attended Mrs A B. Fairfield gave the devotional These committees were announced Transportation, Mis. Fairfield, Mrs Famsworlh Black, Mrs. Heiirj Humphrey, Mrs Elton W KlrbJ and! Mn> G H Grear, Hostess Mrs 'E D Ferguson and Mrs C S. Stevens, Telephone, Mrs' Hnr vey Morris, Mrs. W. D McOlur kin and Mrs M Jonlz The sun of $1919 was collected for the cal cndar fund Circle 3 met with Mrs Htirr Kirby Mrs. Salllo Hubler gave th devotional for the U present , Mrs B A Lvnch entcrtainet circle 4 when 13 attended Mr l>jnch used for the devotional, discussion of "Meaning of Service by Emerson Fosdick, and the Rev Mr' Wade offered prayer. Ther ' -was $2580 collected ' i * * Blythcville Women Attend Zone Meeting: Av.nvimber -of members of Ihe Woman's Missionary Societies of :ttuv First and Lake Street Methodist- chinches' attended the zone meeting of the eastern purl of the Jonesboro district at Leachville yesterday. The oil day affair, which iiad for Us object the training of officers of the various groups, was attended by 75 leaders of these groups In this vicinity. .Mrs. John ; Bearden of Leachville, zone leader, presided officers were given instructions In various groups •throughout the day. At noon lunch •was served In Ihe community house Guests at the meeting were the Hev.-;and Mrs. E. W. Potter of vJqnesboro, Mrs.. James Thomas of JeJnesboro, and Mrs. A. P. Psitloii of Jonesboro, district secretary The Hey Mr Potter is presiding rider of the district, and Mrs Thomas is the daughter of the Rev and Mrs K Lvnn Wade Representatives of the First cnurch's society present were Mrs Antonio Thompson, Mrs J D , Barksdale, Mrs W. F Brewer, Mrs E D. Ferguson Mrs A O Hudson, .Mrs. Charles L, Wvlie Mrs. A O 'Hudson, Mis Edwin Jones and the Rev. and Mrs. Watlo I From the Lake street church I jere: Mrs W L Greene, Mrs Bill Van WirfSK', Mrs Iverson Morris, Mrs O. J Rodgcrs Mrs. Guj, Rcdgers, Mrs George Dysmger, Mrs A I, Reagan and ihe Rev ', and Mrs. M N. Johnston i « » * J Business Women's Clnh | Mis A Social Meeting \ Miss Thelma Wbrthlngton and ] Mrs W. T Oberst entertained i, members of the Business and Pro|i fessional Women's club last night at the Worthington home In bingo games Mrs J G Barnes and Miss'Eula Epperson won prizes. Refreshments were served, To Observe Fathers' Night. The AnnoreH'arenl-Teacher association will observe Fathers' Night in a meeting Thursday night at the school. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, county examiner; will speak on "The Community's Altitude Toward Law and 'Delinquency'; for the principal 1 address. 'The meeting will bsgln at 7:30 o'clock. M » » * ' Binge- Party Planned. , Mrs. John F. Lent! and Mrs, W. V, Alexander will be hostess to the bingo party Thursday night, 60'- 4 AK98S V A87 • 6 + A K !l -1 —N. & S vul. West Norlli Ka'sl 2V 2 * P.iss •1 * 0 » J'ass P.lbS C 4 J'.»4S Pass P.iss 1'ass Opening lead—^ K 20 U ft. any -. such him against expecting normal distribution. The king of diamonds was won with the ace In dummy, Then declarer led tw oround sof trump. When West failed to follow on the second lead, South felt fairly confident that West had originally hckl at least 10 cards In hearts and diamonds, and thus not more than three curds iu the black suits. Declarer then played the king 6 clubs and a low club to the qucei hi dummy. When West played the 10 on the second trick,' declare led another club and unhesitating !y : finessed (he nine In" his own hand. His contract now was assured for he could discard one of dum my's heads on the ace of club and cross-ruff the low diamond and hearts, ding of adversaries At other times the adverse bidding olten Is a clue to the distribution Tho bidding of one suit, especially at the range of two, iibii ally places at least five cards In the hand of tho player making the overcall The bidding of two suils Is'quite'likely to place 10 and ccr- talnlj not less than nine cards In (hose sutls, If the partner has been silent throughout When South studied the combined haiids,:nftcr;the opening lead, he couM 'sec 'that.his contract was coin" if each opponent lie id three clubs, because a' losing heart In the dummy could be discarded on the fourth club I'll hit) own hand. West's ,rong bidding, however, warncc Today's Contract Problem North -has the contract for six heails. Although West hns doubled South's diamond bid. East fails to open Hint suit. Can North draw sufficient inference • from East's lend to guide him to correct piny of Ihe hand? A AKQ04 V AKQ 106 * None *KQIi V J 0 '•! 3 2 Bits of News Mostly Personal 403 V8S 4Q.I10S3 i + A1076 E. *: W. vul. Opener— +3 Solution In next Issue.: 20 Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Grabci will go to Hot Springs Sunday where they plan to spend three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. : Roland Green attended the party of the uixora- Blylhevillc-Osceola Brldgo club a' i last night when Mr. nn( Mrs. Joe Hires were ; host -am hostess. P. E. Cootey, formerly audllo of Mississippi county, has accept ed a position with the Homer K Jones Auditing company til Mem phis nn ills now there audltin the books of Bliclby county. Mr Cooley' hns:fionc. to Memphis; V spend this week with him Conlcy Henson of Little Roc! assistant to Hit! revenue conimls sloncr, attended; to • business her today. , Mrs. Moblcy Estcs. is to return o her home nt r Dyess today nf- cr several ;days: stay with her lotlicr. Mrs. Myrtle nourland, Pat Hargcttlias returned from ibi-onec, Ala., where' he attended o 'business, R, Carter two sons, who lm\c been 11 from Influenza., slncci Satnr- lay, nre now Ijcttcr Mr Cartel •ns able to be but today. Mrs Carney Liislle nnd Mrs lunter O. Sims ; motored to Mein- >hls yesterday afteinoon foi Mr who icliirncd home from Lexington, Va. where ho confei- red with v' M I oflicials concerning his iiicw position as assistant coach tlicie Mrs Loy'jWelch spent Monday In Memphis with her brother Martin Worthy, of Marked Tree, who : Is. nt 'Campbell's , Clinic., bc- ,loii, \\hldi is sponsored by Har society. 1 J as Party for.Students. Miss Mnrjorie Howell entertained tor pupils of the W\ood school with, a bingo pnrly Friday-after- 10011 In., honor, .of foui-spupllsrhav- ng birthday^ in Januaiy They were 1 Dcwcy Lee, Virginia Pierce, Jltn'mlo' Lee Gee and Ruth Hooper. Ea eh rec elvc d,-: g ii Is,- from' the hostess. , " ' llngOj,fiiUcs went lo Milton McMurtry, BTily Koonce, Lucy Crotl, Fannie and Kiifiiien Brltt,. Ellis Gunner, Jlmmlc Jones, jimmle dec and Ruth. Hooper. Refreshments were - served. * * * The.-Rc\v Alfred Carpenter Is attending: the. : Baptist meeting at Paragbuhl this.week. He plans to return Friday. Norwood - Hedge, who has been 111 from pneumonia , at-,the Bly- Uicvillc hospital, Is now able to too at work. Mrs. Fred ! Crockett. Mrs. W. E Plgg vvns made chairman of tlv World Outlook department.. Snir Itual chairman Is to 'be Mi:: ;C L. Nichols wltli the assistance o Rev ami Mrs J T. Randall Tw othei new ofllceis assumed 'llicl duties: Mrs. J. T. Polk as .treas urer and .-Mrs. Fred Crockett V 'corrcsixjndlng: secretary. •1C Ule -fiscal year ended J im " IftjB,: the internal-revenue; tart play Ing ca rds i In' i tho, United' State yielded $4 351,228 W. ' ( ' FLAPPER FANNY LouUc, to,Memphis, yesterday for un examination. -It'is^elleved she may be suffering • from an attack of appendicitis. Wilson 0. E. S. Chapter Installs New Officers WILSON, Ark.—Wilsnn Chapter No. ' 432, Order of the Eastern Star, installed officers for the coming, year at its last regular meeting. .•T)jc". Installation ceremony was prececjed by '• a supper) served by the retiring worthy matron, Mrs. Lillian Thompson, assisted by Mrs. Ethel Hill and Mrs. Eva Kerlln. The Installing officers were Mr, and Mrs. Owens, ficers are Mrs. Thei new- of- Katc Sullivan, worthy matron; K. P. Ciillom worthy patron; Mrs. Annie Mac Stotts, association matron,' and J F. Miillins, associate jratron. .Mrs. 'Thompson was presented with a past matron's pin and J D. McKcnuie witli a billfold, gifts of . the', chapter to Its. retiring •worthy matron and worthy patron Mrs. Ethel Hill made Hie presentation •speech. Mr and Mrs G, ntf two sons, who cause Mr. of a';-back. injury.; mid Mis Hubert roltci will leave February 1 for Foil Myers and'other points of Florida for a ,lwo months stay. Mr. and-.Mrs;. S. JlfcdCl went to St. Louis-yesterday for several days stay Mrs. L. W. Gosnell and daugh lor,'- Mrs. . : Sam -Thomas, are Memphis for a short stay •Mrs. Cozine Blnckvvell has re turned from. Memphis' where sh spent a week because-of the ! deal of her sister-ln-lavv, Mrs. Hcrber Johnson. She had been ill froi tuberculosis at the Oakville san SAN JOSE, Gal. <UP) —Alleged preference for her dog's affections over'his^vas too much for-Charles Christciisen. When, he charges; his ttlfp preferred to have her pet dog by her'slcle Instead of him, the on recourse.'left' was the. divorc turts. "K you've got to scalp onr, take Arabella—she needs a new wig ' Bcsi des. he r ; husband she Is sur- ived by four young children. Mr. and Mrs. J. Nick Thomas have as Ihclr guests for a few days, Mrs. Louis Leroy, of Memphis, and Mrs. Louis Chapman, who: lives near Armorel, Tho' Rev. mid Mrs. Carrol B. 'iojd and family will move Feb 1 to thc.L R Swarcn 1 ! house, 413 N Broadway, aftci Mi 1 and Vlrs Swarens have 1 moved to Jonesboio Tho house' occupied by the Clojd family was pui chased by Mr and Mrs nod Flce- man, Mr.';n'h(l Mi's. J. W, England an3 fiimlly.Ma'te of New Orleans, have moved'; here, and will make their home in flic c. J.-Evrai'd ;hoiisc on the North highway after February 1> Mr England (isjconncctcd with the Valley Gin .Co'/ Mrs 'Marcus Eviard is 111 from Influ'enza'. v Mrs. 'John Milcs.iMiller retiirne<1 last 1 night from Hot 'Springs, where she spent a week ' , , Mrs Joe Tneschman and daugh- ers have returned'from a visit In Utllc'Rock with Mrs. TrK-schnian's mother. E. A. Fisher, who had a stroke of paralysis: several weeks ago, is now much Improved but Is >et in bed. Leonard ,-W. Holt left todaj for his home in Marion, 111. alter several, days stay, with relatives here, where he 'formerly .lived Mrs., Louls'Lansky'.returned yesterday -torn several weeks slay In volnts of Canada,- having gone to Toronto because 61 .-l\w death of her father.. . Mr. andSMrs.'.R.-'Ij. Games' accompanied ,their, daughter, Bllllo TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALE Reason enough to stop'lnsTURREL Rice's Yellow Jacket Cafe has itnrlum for the past 15 months ^jellclou-; HOME MADE Calotabs Help Nature To Throw Off a Cqld Colds , . . Yield quicker to the t . Poultfce*Vapor action of WICKS W VAPORUB TERRY AHSTIiACT & ' REALTY CO. Abstracts, Lands &, Loans E. M. Terry, 1'rcs. and Mgr. Phone617 Bljihevllle, Ark. Gosell News . The Gosnell public .Health club.!; lectcd officers in the last meeting \\ vhen these were named; Bobble'' fallmark, president; Palsy Rasbcr- y, vice president; Virginia Wadley, .ccrelary; J. W. Powell, treasurer; '" Virginia Cook, reporter. There was a "Who's Who" con- cst at the Gosnell school with results: Robbie Lee Bevill, • prettiest gM; J. W. Powell, , best looking boy; Merro Glynn Rogers, best all round girl; patsy Ras- , berry, most popular girl; Carlos Bevill, most popular boy; Virginia-.: Cook, neatest girl; Dorothy Maxwell, best girl athlete; Margie Garin, .;. prettiest hair; Pauline Crawford, . prettiest eyes; Virginia Cook, pret- liest teeth; Virginia Cook, best : singer; Raymond Cook, neatest boy; Frank Perkins, prettiest hair; DeWitt VanCleavc, prettiest eyes; Raymond, Cook, prettiest teeth; DeWitt VanCIeave.ibcsl all round boy; Raymond cook, best- boy athlete; Meddle Brown, best singer. ; Bird Census Reveals Newcomers in County CANTON, O, (UP)— Winter visitors never before seen in Stark County wore discovered in the annual Nco-Naturalist bird census. .. Observations of the ornllholo- gists . included a rusty blackbird. goshawk and a •BS Millions have found In Calotabs a, most-valuable aid In the treatment f colds. They take one or two t abets the first night and repeat the iiird.or foarth-night U needed. How r do Calotabs help. Nature hroWiOff a cold? First, Calotabs are >ne of the most thorough and <3e- lendable of all intcstlnal:ellniinaiH5. hus cleansing the Intestinal,tract of Uia Bc-rm-UUen mucus Mid : toxlnes. Second, Calotabs are cllurello to the ;•kidneys, /promoting the elimination -.1 of cold poisons from the blood. Thus i0 ;, t Calotabs serve the double purpose of •' . | a purgative arid-diuretic; both of.'"; which'are needed in the treatment' °' ; o£ colds. •'• -i'-''! Calotabs are" quite economical;'-"- ] only'twenty-five cents for the family OC;': package, ten cents for the trial !•/1 oackagc. 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