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TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ,; PEBRUAllYV 3,'. 1 1<J3V Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs c. P, Tucker having and Country club. - FRIDAY'S BVEHTS Golden Rule Sunday School class, First Christian church, having bunco party ut home of Jamt.s Terry, 7-30 P M Valentine Day Invites Hearty Menus Bits of News Mostly Personal Has Club. Mrs. w. 0. Hlgginson entoi\nin- ed the Young Matrons, Bridge dub and Mrs J. W. Adams and Mis Cfester Caldwcll Tuesday afternoon. In the games Mrs, Max B Held won lingerie for high club award and M/-S Adnms lecowed handkerchiefs for high gu;st prli.;. A salad plate was served * * * i P. E, 0. iras » Burihefs Sleeting. Chapter "N" of the P. E. O. Sisterhood hud ft business meeting last night at Ihe home of Miss Alice Nelson Twelve attended After tha businsse was transacted Miss Alt') Mae Garltngton presented two one-act modern dramas, "Meurette mid Company" imd-"Tl)e Acid Test," in which Miss Gnrllng- ton. Miss Marjorle Wanen and Miss Evelyn Smart took part. * » • Guest at Club. Mrs. C. W ADll* vvns guest of Mrs. Harry Klrby ^vlien she enler- lainad the Tuesday Bridge club for lunch and a bridge game. Mrs Elton w Klrby and Mrs Huntsr C. Sims won high and second high in the card games which followed Frcrbjfcri.in Womeit Have Business Meeting. Members of the Woman's Auxiliary of the Fhst picslnterhn church had n business meeting Mond-v, afternoon at the church ivitli Mrs C R. Bibcock presiding Mrs Stuart H Salmonused - a Psalm for the scriptural reading In the devotional period. Mntrrajo Licenses Issuctl Tr> r S' mgrrhoc lloens"S hnve. recently been issued from the Bljthc villc office of th2 county court clerk Lovas HLgginbothnm of Bur- detls, ani MIES D'Ulali Bnil-v Of Dell; Johnnie Bates and Miss Pau line Prince, both ot here; • Chester A Walls, cf Osceola, and-Miss Ada M<*TX°, of Kevser, J A E t" of Cleveland, 0 , and Mrs Elsie Scott of Blytheville Planning.to give a Valentino supper molded hcavt-shiincd salnd of lonialo puree, salad gelatin mind. For aiiy evening after bridge, Us accompanying' dainty sandwiches ami of amialiiliiy. friendly urn of hot toffee is • a guaranty Dy MHS. GAVNOK MADDOX Cupid,•'yon may linve noticed, is lever thin. v Hls nffecllonalo IHtlo Ibs arc well padded and his be- icvolent smile bespeaks plenty lo -at. So on Ills fjast day. Valentine, 'ake a liinl (rora this young gad ol tho loving hsart and serve a buffet, slipper with more to H than ro- nantfo hopes. After bridge or dancing or games ^uminon your guests lo the least if st, •Valentine.'!-Use'a large table, ••ard tables fastened together, or •our buffet: Remember, tho most, ntense lave Is always informal, sa nil t jour Valentine buffet be Servo at least one hot d!sh Mich is a clew chicken bouillon In cups i if yon ate villlins to spread a lit trj creamed chicken «ilh Ma °lra prepared bclorc the a'lmlr Ing eyes of sour guests in jour electric chafing dish. Have cilsp hot ton«t reidy toi ttie chicken. •Then should follow xn appropriate salad imdc in a heart-shaped mold, pink with-the •,iirlt of the day. Try Ihis. Tomato and Cream Cheese Salad (M servings) T\vo packages salad gelatin (as pic), 2 cups boiling water,. 2-cups thick tomato puree, 1 tablespoon finely niinccd onion, 1 tablespoon finely chopped parsley, 1 package cream cheese, 1-2 cup cream, whipped. Dissolve tho salad gelatin in bailing water. Add (omalo puree. Pour cup sweetened condensed milk, 1 1-2 cups confectioner's sugar and 1-2 teaspoon vanilla. Misses Letltla Smitli and Gladys Mick have 1 gone to Coral Gables and other points In Florida for a visit. They acconipanled Miss Smith's brothers, Mark and Chas:, who returned to their home In Cor al Gables after a visit here. Miss M'.ck will spend most of her lime at Orlando. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Cox are i}l from Influenza at tliclr home 0)1 Davis Avc. - ' E. R. Jones, who underwent a second operation yesterday at,the Memphis Baptist hospital, is resting very well today. Mrs. Jones and their (laughters, i'eggy and Marl lyn. are with him. Mrs. D. P, .roller Is visiting in Memphis for several weeks. Mrs. Joe Piide yt., has gone to Wynne to join Mr. Pride who.is now stationed there with the U. S. Engineers. The condition of Mrs. , W. B. Sutlon, who Is seriously 111 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson, Is unchanged today. Mrs. Dan M. Dunkln has gone to Piggott where she will be with her sistsr, niece and great niece, .who arc ill. Mr.' Dunkin motored her over. Henry Smith has relurneil to his loifie at Houston, Texas, after vis- ting his mother, Mrs. J. P. Smith, ,nd family. .' :' The condition of Warner Haw- dns, who is critically ill at his ionic, is slightly Improved today'. Mrs. Henry Luns'ford and baby daughter. arrived. yesterday (norn- ng' at Memphis from their home needs no cooking. Simply cream butter, add condensed milk and continue lo cream thoroughly. Slowly add the confectioner's sil- gar, sifted, nntt teal the frosting. half of this tonmto-gelalin mixture Add the vanilla, anil beat again .Arthur Nelson to Sing at Church Here Tonight Arthiir Kelson, who conclude' the smgin? In an evangelistic meeting Bt the First Baptist cVmrcn a jear ago, is 111 return hsre tonight to sing at 11)e rciiulfli midweek prajer meeting service He is no\v in Osceola into a hcart-shapetl mold which has been dipped first hi cold water. Chili until firm. To the other half, add onion and parsley and . chill until it bsglns to thicken. Mash cream cheese with (lie whipped cream and add to the thickened gelatin sin ring in until thoiotghlv mixed Pom Into mold on lop of plain'tomato gelatin and chill until firm. This salai served with minced chicken sandwiches and coffej, would constitute an adequate lltlblt^for Dan Cupid. Frosting'seems to belong in the list- of Important, things for the Valentine supper party. And 'Wlcktxt little gnltten• arrows 'certainly have the right idea. 1'or a quick and accident proDl vhitc frosting fci join favorite cake, use 2 tablespoons butler, 1-4 until creamy ami light hi color, at be this is the stuff of Love's Diing dream. For liny golden arrows, use 1 1-4 cup sided conficlioner's susar, 1--1 cup sweetened condensed milk, 1-2 teaspoon lemon or orange fltvorino and enough yellow coloring matter to tint the'arrows an impressive gold.' : I31end the sugar gradually into the condensed milk, usinir a fork Add flavoi'n; and coloring matter and continue to mix until smooth and creamy. Roll and. pat into a ^eet 1-4 inch thick. Make an arrow head of stiff.pa- per and use this ns a pattern to cut arrow . heads from the candy with a small sharp knife. Chill ii rsJrigevntor: Makes.about 24 o tho=e svve^t little tributes lo th power of Cupid. Huffman Infant Dies Cllie : Juanlta Spicer,-. • .three- months old daughter of Mr: and Mrs.' Allen Spicer, of Huffman, died at E o'clock this morning after a few days' illness of p'ncu- nicjila. • . ' , Funeral services will be held tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. L. E. Spicer, on South Franklin street. The Rev. Mr. Singleterry will officiate . at the services. Interment will be made at Sawyers cenietery. The Moss Funeral Service is In charge of funeral arrangements. Seeks Divorce J. C. Wilson has filed suit in chancery court against Kathryn Wilson, asking a divorce on Ihe ground of indignities. :: Bradley and Suclbury '. are attorneys for tho plaintiff.. 'Medicine's Success Decried LONDON (UP)—success of science and medicine, in prolonging he life of "weaklings," is threatening Ihe future of civilization, Lord Dawson declared in an address at Guy's Medical School. n Los Angeles, Calif., having .coine becausa of the illness of Mrs. Lu'ris- 'ord's iriolhcr.'Mrs. li. w. Goshcil, who died yesterday at noon at the Memphis Baptist hospital. The Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor of the First Baptist church, " . "y\'c just couldn't p 1 sanjjster." . • Mlcn babies. Fanny. \Yliy, ilicy still play. 83 Pupils^Scbre Perfect Retoids in Spelling Tests . There. were.-j83 -students in the •three public'elementary schools who made perfect;scores i' 1 : 'N spelling tefis•giveniduring'the first scmcs- ter. : They .vvere: : schooi-fThjrd grade, ui uie ririt liupusi. cnurcn.i vuiiwai:' btituui-r-iiiiivi yi«" v , . attcndincf to iiisitiess In"-Little I Harry'' Fiarr.'Niiiicy-Hollaiiil, Fran- Rock. He will be there, until. Fri-.I ?es ,'Shoiis'f, Jerry Scrape. Bettye ilay. Miss Mary Brortic West of Little Rock, who Is connected with the National Red Dross, is here during the flocd; relief work, she is a sis- 'er of B. G. West. Perfect in Attendance Prances 'Ywoddson; .Fourth, grade, Gregory tuntin. .Ann, Dillahunly. Ireiie . , 'Mary Frances I Alpine influence [ Is Fashion Peak , Declarer Makes His Slam by Playing for Only Break By VVSI. E. McKKNNEY 'ccrclary, American Bridge League Bridge players • know that tliers vrc maiiy, \ situ a lions In which one ;arllcular distribution of the cards 5 the only one lhat vyili permit 'ulnllmciit .of the contract.'/ Often hat distribution is.. most improbable, but still it :must be assumed, f there Is no 6thcr way to make the conlract. . ; : In tcday's hand Sam Kaufer of Newark, N. J., through a ssrics of ,ery remarkable' bids, found him;lf in a small slam contract in no trump. He made his contract, lowcver, by losing only one spade AQ32 V A K 4 2 *KJ2 * Q 10 5 * A 9 8 7 V 6 5 « A Q 4 3 + AK4 . Duplicate—All vul. South West North East Pass Pass -.- I V 1 * Pass 1 N. T. 2 N. T. Pass 3 N. T. 4 * Pass 4 ft 6 N. T. Pass Pass Opening lead—V 8. Pass Pass Pass .Pass Pass rick, although' there are lhr:e jnors In the opposing hands and •ix cards of that suit missing. The opening lead was the eight of hcails which Kauter, sittin? Uorth. won with the ncc. Then a diamond vvns hd and won dummy. - . Kaufer could count two licavls, lour diamonds. . three . elite, and one spade as certain, bv:t two more ricks were needed for his contract. The spade' suit offered the 'ily chance of acidiltonal tricks. It lie were to fir.d his two iis Today's Contract Problem Smith's contract .. is six hearts.. Since dummy has only two entries, should Soxith play for a break in Ihb spade suit, which appears lo be ihc only hope for the hand? AQJ7432 . VK2 « A7 *'965 (Blind) (Blind) V AQJ 1003 0 K 10 4 3 *'A2 N. & S. vul. Opcnsi—V n. Solution in next issvu-. sicks, West would have to hold he jack or ten singly guarded, or Ike kinp and ons othvr honor, with culy two caids of the suit. Declarer led the nine of spades, and when West ducked he played a low card from his hand and East won with the len. Enst returned a heart, which declarer won with the king. ThC'-qiiecn of spates was led. East covered, the trick vvns won Dogwood News Mrs. Charlis Bagwell and son lelt Wednesday for a visit in Memphis- Mrs. Bagwell's grandmother, Mrs. Daniel, accompanied her. Mrs. J. A. Pnyne is visiting in Chicago for a inonlh. Her sons, Lance and Gaorge, will accompany her home for n visit. < William Faught, who attends Arkansas Stale collegs at Joriesboro, : spent the weekend with his parents,' Mr. and Mrs. W. J. P.uight, Mr.: and Mrs. Faught and William, accompanied by Latham Stacy, went to Memphis, by motor, where-they took the. train to Jonesboro. Mrs. M. p. Queen went to Memphis Saturday for a visit. Mrs. 'John Burks and daughter. Ruth, arc visiting in points ot Ten- nc?t2c. Miss lUargis Howell, teacher in the Dogwood school, is in Memphis until school reopens. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Pierce and family left Monday for a visit in pints of /rcnncssec. :. Mrs. j. D. Booker celebrated her birthday Sunday by having a surprise dinner planned for her with guests from . Rtdgely. Tenn., am Carnthersvllle, Mo.,'invited. The high watjr prevented their comlnj but (he dinner was held anyway at the home of Mrs. Marvin Lam- with members of the family attending. There were 30 pupils, in, the "entrat Ward elementary school 'vho made psrfcct attendance res- irds during r (he first "scrnestsr. They are: First grade,;, Joyce '\cith, Billy Joyncr. Jack y/iggajis. Second grade, Mildred Meadows Thelnui, Rice, Julia Ann wbpd- lon, Stanley Hood, Charles Leg- ;ttl, Harry. Vickers, John Wliile. Ihird grade, Harvey Eaton, Joe Wallace. Moore, .Jerry Scrape, Mo'f- iis King; Thompson;, irma Rice. Fourth grade, Dorothy Crawford, Billy CaUdlc, Garretl Seal, John Bruce Wilson. Fifth gradp,. LouL- Green, Ross Dillon Hughe's,'.Hal Thomson, Patty Jeari Gibson Mary Kalherine Mosely,' Ireiie Rice. Sixth grade, Biilie Brown, Lcuis Lynch, Betsy Bee Bucharir an, Ann. Cloyd, Verna . Wheat. : Nvmn; : Fifth grade, Allene.Brad- stew:, :Jackie - Qumbci^ind, 'Frah- cella ' Fislier, Patty Jean • Gibson, June .MSrtln,- 'B'etty Jean Matthews, Mary' Mosley, Floy Sample, Eliza- b?lh -S.irnpson,' Kay Thomas, Bobby; Blaylock, Steve Brooks. Harry Haincs|;;joe Number Nine News Elsie Margaret, and Buford Inmon, of ' Holland, Mo., spent Sunday with "Mr. and Mrs. E. H Collins aiid family. Thelma Mask, who scalded her leg: last" week, is slowly improv- injt'.- . Mr.' and Mrs. Curtis Nelsbii-and baby have - gone to Alabama : - to stay until liie water situalion improves. i • • ' Mr. and Mrs. Paul" Collins-, and WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- Wilbfttil Calorael-And You'll Jump .Out of Be* b ite Morning Rum 1 !o,G«. The liver should pour out tW pounds of liquid tiki, in to youc bosvela dally. If thia bila is nol flawing: freely, your (ood docs n't d igest. It juatddcaya in tho boweK Gaa.-bloata up your cloinach. You get constipated. Your whole system is poisoned and you fuel sour, B Link a nd the world looks punk. . ,' - Laxatives are only . makeshift*. A mer» bowel movement doesn't get at (he cause. 1C takes those s*>od. old Carter's LllUe Liver Pilla locet, these two jwundsof bile flowing freely and make you fc«l' upandup".Htrm- "-]«3, gentle. yctamHiihBrmtnakiiiB bile tlow freely. Ask for Carter's Little Liver fills by name. Stubbornly refuse anything else. 25c, family ^.srje several, days hi School Needs Magazines; '•The city high school is badl; in need of copies of the January and February issues of "Review of Reviews," "Atlantic Mn- thly," "Forum" and Current History." Anyone having copies o these magazines which they wil! donate to the school are asked to call the school cr W. D. Mo- Clurkin, superintendent. : Articles in Iliesc magazines are lo; be used in the literary con- Itsls to be held this spring and pupils of the city high school, .Iiintza'iich, Edward Thompson. Billy"Wil- >ori. Charlie 'Vickers; Sixth grade, Betsy Ess. Buchanan, Ann Cloyd, Rachel-'Davis, Nancv-Ann Hushes. Noma rljpuchins,' Kathcrlne Hudson. Beiilah,Elizabeth'Mnllins, Mary.. Jo Nevycohib, Bsllye Phillips, LaVonne [{Redman, liarjorij Stevens Annie Bright, jyiinnis Ruth Wood, Billy •Bfpvv;ii, Roger Babcock, Ralph Davis,''gnrl Hood, jack Hood, Harf S? Hunti Pibby Jordan,'Bill Tom Stewart.--Billy Sherrick.' Siidbury school—Three B ,?rads— Berloii - Hampton, Joyce - Damon Carol • chapin, Ann Weidman; Three A—Earl- Brooks. Jack Marsh. Ruby. Nell Reed; Pour B—Bessie Chisny Ruth Sniiba; Pour A—EJoris Pipkin; Fifth grade—Jo Evclvn'Dy- sln'g'er, H. M. Nicholson, Ruth Pad- di^on, Phllio Rsed, Betty -Rodgers Amelia Saliba; Sixth.grade, .Gregory Atkins, Lois Eaton,. Billie Jcai Smjth, 'Rupert Trufiible, Bobbj Oaihpbc!!. Billy cullispn, : Roland Davis, Herman Tinker, Louis Mayo, vers Novvell. Lange school—Fourth. grade — Vehion Honchins, Mr.ioc:: Jo'b Robert Winters. Margaret nil luth Pannell. Evelyn Stanfield Helen Wheat; Maii'gram. Puxico last week'with Mrs. Col- lins''mother, Mrs: G. 'J.-Whittle. i'.'iirs! Bill Hall and children spent. Saturday night with Mrs. Lpttfe. Caraway. 'Several families living on low •ciind in this viciiu'ty havc : mov- t.^qiil on account of the water. Mrs.' Earl Collins and (laugher, Barbara . Ann, . of i-Lilbourn, lo.'.- are visiting relatives, here ntil .the flood situation near Lil- Sburu . Improves.. Everything For Your Entertainment and Comfort Gladys Swavthout and Fred iMacMurray in "The Champagne It gladdens roughened, chapped skin \vncn you smooth in a few drops of Chamberlain's Lotion. Never sticky, greasy or gum- rny, n clear, golden liquid, it dries 'quickly, encourages notable results over night because ilsatinhcs. At all toilet goods counters. Clinrri- bcrlaln Laboratories, Inc., DCS Moines, lown. With Jack Oakic, "' 'V s eim'' & YolHwiit, HeVman King and Vivienne Osborne. cmance that starts in waltz-lime nd whirls into swing! • Also 5'aramount News ami Novelty Shorts —Admission— Mat in cc—10 & ZGc Night—16 & 36c YOUR SKIN Chamberlain's Lotion who are entering here, need the study. the preliminary magazines for "Americans spend $7CO,000,00' for medicines mid drugs annually, it Is estimated. No Preyer Meeting TlK're will be no pvaycr mcctiiij . at tile First Presbyterian church with the nc=, and West's jnck Irop-1 tonight because ot the illness of P«I. I)y clover reasoning. Kanfer | the pastor, the Rev. Stuart It. Salivas able lo make three spade tricks find fulfill his conlract. •Henry" VIII, Save n tLHiquct at. which the lira ccinsc was NERVOUS? Mrs. J. L. Kthcicdce of SOI N. Washington Si,, Dallas, TtMs, said, ; After atl illness I was in * wcaVenol cortiHlio". I fell nervous .-iinl lirtd, I used only ht-o bodies o( Dr. Tierce s F.ivorilc Prescription as a tonic and . ,. „ «as soon calms mote and just fine." Buy of your Jrugsist. New silt. tat>!tls50tl..,.li q mil $! A $1.35. (onsnlt Ur. Puree's tliaic, IluSalft >V. y. by Idler, without charge. |A BACKlpock«l is one of.lhe **• trickysdctails of tho Alpine shorts made,of\ rust colored cotton- suiting. They arc pleated and have) back closing The blouse and kerchief ha\e a while _and^rusl' floret' design on navy; •"blue ground. Read Courier Ne\ro Want Ada o'clock the nexl mornins. You owoke refreshed ond full of pep when you spend o night at Hoiel AWbourne. Splendidly convenient-close to everyihirig worthwhile—with fine food in the Coffee Shop ond the Main Dining Room. PHONE 180 A \ glass, level lull b[ water, wit ce:'extending above the water lin Automatic Tunin '•''.For Onty litre's ihc new 1937 Fl.iko 9X" —ifilb Antonialit T«»"'&—?1* price wiihin the reach of »ll! JSp more dial jiggling .. -one twirl, and "Click . . . there's y- TUESDAY. FEU: o— $125.00 HANK NIGHT! 1st night t. If. Freeman -was ailed for Ihc $100.00—But he WPS lot (resent—Making. ilANK DK- 'OSJT iicxt week S125.0D! !.! ROXY Vdm.—Always 10 & 25c—lo Tax Show tvcry Night liilfcs Friday, Saturday, Sunday PriUay & Sunday nlalinecs—2iln. Saturday Matinee — Continuous Showing — 1:00 Till 11:00 r. M 2 Atlulls Admillcd for 1'ricc of 1 and "Clic . . . teres y- ^(••—nincd insianily, perfectly, with automatic accuracy. CMorful overseas profirams, loo, wiiV. Ihc Philco Foreign •Jmims System, and the Color Dial that names and locates torcigo su- ia cblor. pottaot features. . grialtll f Convenient Terms if Desired Hubbard Furniture Co. Romanes written in steel'and fire . . . and.lhe'lears of o woman in lovef oil""

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