The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 11, 1937 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 11, 1937
Page 5
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THURSDAY, SLYTttEVlLLE; (AftK.) CplifttER NEWS „ ^-^ii^I • PlVt Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Landscaping program at high school by Junior-Senior High School P. T. A. Fidolis Sunday School class, First Baptist 1 church, having pot luck supper at home of Mrs. J. H. Smart jr., 7:30 P. M. Dorcas Sunday School class, First liaplist church, meeting at home of Mrs. Eula Epperson, N. Broadway, 2:30 P. M. Eastern star Order meeting at hall, 7:30 p.m. Elrmvood Cemetery association meeting with Mrs. A. B. Holland, 2:30 P. M. World Day of prayer program, First Presbyterian church, 2:30 P. M. Lack of Entries Forces Play That Saves Declarer's Game Entertains Club Mrs. Murray Smart entertained the Young Matrons Bridge club Tuesday afternoon when Mrs. J. W. Adams jr.. was a guest. The Valentine motif was used in the refreshment plate served after the games in which Mrs. Dixie Crawford won the prize. It was hosiery» « • Ha-- Club Parly All of the members of the Tuesday Bridge club were at the party this week when Mrs. Elton W. Klrby was hostess. In the bridge games which followed lunch, Mrs. C. R. Babcock won first, and Mrs. Harry Klrby, second high. • * • Club Has Guests Mrs. W. J. Pollard Used a springtime motif, emphasizing Jonquils, when she had the Wednesday Bridge club this week and also entertained Mrs. Elton W. Kirby, Mrs. Henry Humphrey and Mrs. L. E. Old. A bowl of jonquils, from the hostess' garden, and pink begonias was the centerpiece of the dining room table with its green starched luncheon doilies. The place cards were in keeping with the jonquil and green motif and these two shades were used in the menu served. In the card games Mrs. W. H. By WM. E. McKENNEY Sccrttarp, American Bridge League Possibly South did not want to make a safjty play in today's hand in his handling of the trumps. He might have preferred the tlme- woru device of the finesse, although the distribution of the trump suit could not prevent him from losing a trici In It. But the lack of entries into the dummy forced him to adopt the course that would be followed by » K 10 9 6 4 4 J8 + KQ108 AK V 3 5 3 2 4 A 1042 + A 5 4 3 AJ105 ¥ A Q J 7 53 + J976 A AQ98432 V None *KQ976 *2 Duplicate—N. & S. vul. Soulh West North East 1A • Pass , 2» Pass 3» ..Puss 3N.T. Pass A A . ;Pass Pass Pass Opening- lead—V 8. 11 experts, 'and which had in its favor the fact that there was everything to gain and nothing to lose. fT'he bidding Was reasonably sound. South felt that North would not bid tttee no trump without some sort of a mild fit in one or both suits. - 'His spade suit was so much longer that lie preferred to play it at that declaration. Besides, in duplicate, one can hardly afford to play in a minor, if a. major game is possible. The opening lead of the eight of Today's Contract Problem South has the contract for six spades. He must lose a trump trick, regardless; but can he find a way to limit his loss to that trick alone? AG543 VA87 4K62 *QJ8 ~ AQJ10 ¥52 * J053 + 911)4 AAK887 VK63 + AK10 E. & W. vul. Opener— VQ. Solution in next issue. II Bits of News Mostly Personal Isc posoy have returned from n week's stay In Fnyettovlllo. Jean Sheilll Thompson, of 03- ccoln, Is a'pndent at the Memphis Unptlst hospital. Mi's, liob Matlliows, who was formerly MLss Mtiltlc Craig of this city,- hns been critically 111 at ft New Orleans hospital with pneumonia, sho Is now much improved. She Is (he daughter of Mr. ami Airs. Ed Craig. Mrs. Raymond Zachry Is 111 with an Infected finger. hearts was covered by the nine Ir dummy. East played the jack and South ruffed. After carefully studying the dummy, declarer sa\v that, if he were to make Ills contract' he could afford to lose only one hump trick 1 ,-as-he had a-loser In diamonds and one in .clubs. Dummy'was short or entries so declarer decided lo lay down the ace of spades, arid the king dropped from the West hand. South now led his singleton club. West hopped up with the ace and led another heart. Two rounds of trumps were taken,- putting East In t nc i en(1 East played .a diamond, which West won with the ace. The balance of the tricks "were won by declarer Had South attempted to enter the dummy to take a finesse a»ainst the trump king, he would have lost the hand- as'he then would have had to. give up two trump tricks and two aces.- ' Minyard and Black won. Mrs. FarnsworLh ton. ot this city, who Is bookkeeper , Cliaffm and son Sidney d -t the united Farmers Oin. BlytheVllle Wednesday to The program for the evening, in I Mrs Chaffrns nlothei Mrs Bettv .-•hilrDIV ftf Ml^c Wf*lll« MpnrollqKa.l Tt~\j~l^ __ j _ t. . . .. J to tnkc charge -of Miss ., McCIanahan, Program Is Announced For World Prayer Program. Women from a number of the churches in the city will attend the annual observance of the Worid Day of Prayer in a meeting Friday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, at the First Presbyterian churchJ'This . observance i is sponsored by' all churches of Blytheville. "<-• •'-.-; Mrs. Stuart H. Salmon will be • leader of the program which has for its subject the quotation from the Bible "Thou Art the Christ the Son of the Living God." she will be assisted by about 12 women of various churches in Bible readings and brief talks and Mrs. George M. Lee and Mrs. Paul L. -Tipton will furnish the music. The offering taken will go for union work in foreign lands. * • 4 Dorcas Clars Will Have Social Meeting. Mrs. Eiiln Epperson and Mrs. T. L. Cassidy will be hostesses to a social meeting of the Dorcas Sunday school class of the First Bap- :'.ist church Friday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, at the home of Mis. Epperson. Caruthersville Society — Personal P. E. 0. Meets Chapter DM of the P. E. O. ., was devoted to legislation. Attorney Sharon .J. ' Pate,' former representative of Pemiscot county, invited by the, club to'-' 'give: "firsthand" Information on legislation, told how a:blll, after being drafted in the House, .mas -sent through the House, later, to the. Senate, and back again' to the House and to Jthe Governor for his signature x .veto. '*•'• ' - • -, ;•--.-'• . f. j £ . • Entertains Choir' Mrs. H. M. Pierce entertained the First Baptist church choir Tuesday evening at her home on Carleton Avenue. There were eighteen members present. . . • * ' * * Hughes-SChuUz L. R. Hughes of Memphis and Miss.Ivy Schultz'of Kennett were united in marriage here Sunday morning at the First Baptist Church. The single ring ceremony was said by the Rev. D. K. Foster, 'immediately following the iiorning church hour. 'Mr. Hughes is employed in the post office at Memphis, where they will make their home. =? * s Sprinkles-Davis Thomas' -Sprinkles and Miss Mildred-i: Davis, both of this city, were married here Saturday afternoon,., the ceremony being performed by the Rev. D. K. Foster at the First Baptist Church office. . " • . . . *= * 4 Mr. and ; Mrs. Bruce Fisher arc 'he parents of a son. born Saturday morning at the home of Saldridge to her home there Mrs 3a Id ridge has been visiting heie for the past month Mr. and : -Mrs.'T.;M. Spldell and Ann Shanks returned Sunday from McfnphIs, <_ where they visited with'-Mrs: Spidell's sister, • Mrs. T O. Shanks, for,the "past week. Mr.' and :Mrs. R.' E. Kent and daughter, who-have been visiting relatives: at'-El Paso, 'Ark., for Mrs. H. B. Mooroy of El Paso, Texas, Is the guest of her slstci-, Mrs. Doyle Henderson, and family. She accompanied them home from Maury City, Term., where they attended tho funeral' of Mrs. W. B. Sultori, mother of Mrs. Moore Ami Mrs. Henderson, which -.vas held Sunday. : ' ' ;' Mary D. Watson, of Osccola, Is i patient at the Memphis Baptist 'icsprUvl. '....... '-.-',. Miss Jeanne Harrison, .who; attends Arkansas State college, at Jonesboro, will spend Ihc weekend it home. She will be accompanied j'y her room mote, Miss Frtmcello leffrles, of McCrory, Ark.,''who ^ will be her guest. . . . v [ Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Fox were in! Dexter, Mo., yesterday for the 'uheral of- Mrs. Fox's uncle, J. P. Lame. ;•' S. Y. West, of Little Rock, was 'he guest of his brother, B.^ G. West, overnight, enroute home from St. Louis. • • ' , Mrs. Franklin Worth and children have returned from Durant, VIIss., where they spent ten days. Mr. Worth motored down for them. Mtss Belle Whltsltt, who -has I een quite ill, at' Jon'esboro, Is^ now nuch Improved and will probably able to return to her home U'ere 0011.- ,"•;'• .'•' - . ..-., • , Mr. and Mrs; W. H. Barber, of Holland, are giie'sts of their daugh- cr, Mrs. Rutlr Barber Crawford, InCe the storm Monday which bad- y damaged their house.; Mrs. Bar- jer, who was lib with influenza, Is better today.'•••••—.'• - •:• '•: ,• v Mtss Ethel Scott has-returned to San • Antonio, Texas, whero she and icr sister, Mrs. 'Louis O'Brien, are employed at the St. Anthony hotel. Mrs. Loy Welch, \yho has been ill ten . days with .' influenza and complications, is yet:confined to her bed. Mrs. Eva Teaguc, of Manila shopped -here today. Jess Alexander! of Manila, attended'-, to business here yesterday Mrs. Alma-Britten, who has been ill for a week;,IB-now able to be out. Joe Edwards/ of Manila, transacted business here Wednesday; Misses Katherlrie a Luxora Society — Personal Mrs. diaries Billlngslcy was hostess to Ihrco tables of bridge in the home of her mother, Mrs. Joe Hires, Wednesday afternoon. Guests included Mr?. T. F. Hudson, Mrs. Lena Gtlteple, Mrs. Jesse Brown, Mrs. SMN Bo\vcn, Mrs. Grovor Driver, Mrs. O. B. Wood, Mrs. M. C. Cooke Jr., Mrs. Matlle Williams, and Mrs. Hugh Craig and M,lss Julia Craig of Osccola. A salad plate carrying out a white and green color scheme, of'fruit salad in a heart of lettuce, open face cretim cheese sandwiches with studcd ripe olives arranged In circular design, pickled peach and hot tea was served by Mrj. Bllllngsley asslster by her mother, and her sister, Carrie Mae. Mrs. Hudson received high score prize, lacb .vanity set. • • « Mrs. E. R. Bpsan led the program In the meeting of llto Woman's Missionary society of the Methodist clmrch Tuesday afternoon in the homo of Mrs. T. is. Diirlncy. The subject was "Christian Missions and World Health," In which thu health Work a.1 Iho Wesley house was discussed In detail by Mrs. J. J. Johnston, Mrs. Charles McDanlcl. Mrs. Bogan, and Mrs. H. \v. Thomas. Mrs. Ocorgc Carter was enrolled as n new member. • • * I 1 , L>. Turner, a former resident and merchant pf Luxora for many years, Is hero (or a short visit and will lie accompanied to his home In Jacksonville, Texas, by Mrs, Turner, who lias been with her parents, (he late Mr. and Mrs. F. o. Lewis, for tho past six months. Mr. and Mrs. s. J. Smith left Tuesday for several 'days visit with friends In Memphis before going to Columbia, Teniv, lo visit with their grandson, Clarence Crawford, a slu- dcnt In Columbia Military institute. Enrouto homo thoy will visit Mrs. Smith's mother In Jackson, Tcnn. Mrs. cliarlle Thomas spent the two weeks of school vacation, on account, of (lie use of the school buildings for vefugcccs, with her sister, Miss Knlhcilne Tennyson, a teacher In the schools of Vann- dule, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. tl. W. Bliller motored to Memphis Sunday anft were accompanied home by Mrs. R. T. Ballew, who had been visiting her daughter, Gcorglana, and Mrs. Anna Terry, a, guest In tho home of Mr. and Mrs. John o. O'Brien, our tlio week-end. Mrs. Bob Thomas has returned home from a-vlslt with her Mrs. Brolaskle, of Memphis,' MINERVA YARNS "Aristocrat of Knitting Yarns" I'UEK INSTRUCTIONS WEDNESDAYS & FRIDAYS MRS. A. C. HALEY Pride Subdivision few weeks. day. Rev. : and < Mrs. Memphis ••spent 1 returned -home • Tues T. :• J. . Saxon o Tuesday an Wednesdaj in this city vlsilin friends. i Sisterhood met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Charles Dorrah. Mrs. T. J. Collins spoke on parliamentary procedure in club work. * * * .1. C. Club Entertained Miss Vera McArthur entertained the J. C. Bridee club last Friday evening at Ihc home of Mrs. Ernest Hazel on Beckwith AVcnue. Misses Lorcne Dryden and Mary Myrtle McArlhur were guests for the evening. High Ecore for the evening was held by Miss Marion Musgrave. ; .. • | * i « ' K. & r. w. Club Sleets The Business and Professional Woman's Club held its regular luncheon meeting Tuesday cve : nlng at the Eat Shop with abc;Ut thirty members present. Two new members, were presented by the membership committee for the club's final acceptance. The new members voted in were Miss Mary Sue Rhodes of Haytl, who works in the post ofr flee there, and Mrs. George 'Hot- FREffto sufferers of STOMACH ULCERS ^HYPERACIDITY » WillartTs Message of Relief PRICELESS INFORMATION for those suffering from sTOMXou OR DUODENAL ULCERS, DUE TO HYPERACIDITY-POOR DIGESTION. ACID DYSPEPSIA, SOUR STOMACH, COSINESS, HEARTBURN. CONSTIPATION, HAD BREATH. SLEEPLESSNESS OR HEADACHES, DUE TO EXCESS ACID. Explains Ihc marvttouB Wiltard Treatment which la bringing noting rclid, _ Sold on 15 (toy* triel* KIRBY BROS. DRUG CO. ROBINSON DRUG CO., WO. MANILA: PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE Fisher's parents, Mr. and J. E. Paris, nt Paragoulcl, Mrs. Mrs. Ark. He has been given HID name I Robert Bruce. . W. L. Cantrell was confined to his home the first part of this : cek with a light attack of influenza. " f Mrs. Willie Chaffiu has rclum- 'd from SL. Louis, where she visited relatives for about two weeks. Mrs. Jolin Chnffin, Mrs. Fred TOE BiST BUY OF THE YEAR & *.VoW only tcilb Pbitco 'Atriil to Injure trtottll je The New 1937 PHILCO You'll say so too, when you see and hear (his amazing Philco Consolcl Foreign simions arc named and located right.on the new Philco Color Dial. You'nine by name . . .'and llie exclusive Philco Foreign Tuning Syilent ntttuHy doubles ihe overseas sin I ions- you can get and enjoy! Many oilier big, • new feaiura. finer Amciican rcctp- tion, superb tone, haad-rubbcd cabinet. Come in—lod ay I -.-." : . PHILCO 61F' $49.95 TRADE-IN UIOWUKCE - E»SY TEHMS Have your old radio lubes iesled FREE. — .Thilco Ivigli- r cfTiciciicy tubes • improve ">c r. performance of' any radio. HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. Harness at Hubbard's ''Our Prices Cannot Be Beat" K Fresh Stock-All Bought This Year U. S. 1 1/<1 In. Extra Heavy jilind-Bridle Pair S7i20 U. S. 1 1/8 In. Extra Heavy : Blind Bridle Pair $6.00 Extra Special Latigotan Full Size Blind Bridle Pair §1.75 Extra Special- Blind Bridle ..V '. Each 7Uc ' Extra Special Full Size Blind Bridle, 1 t/8 In. vilh Rein 1'air §3.01),. Collar Pads, Heavy Yellow Each 50c. 5 In. No. 0 Webb Back Band, iWilh Buckle .- Kach 33c^ Hubbard Hardware Co. Phone 32 18 yeat-s — Price — Qualify Service •Foi Valentine •Beauty Make Your Appointment Now Go Party-ing With A New COIFFURE No would-be cupid's'tor- sol' cun afford -NOT to bo beautiful ... especially when Beauty is so often a matter of perfect grooming. Our. ex- .pert stylists create be- coiruiitf coiffures for so little that you cannot afTord to be without one. Margaret's Beauty Shop Ingnim I'honc 106 GROCERY and MARKET ''HIGHEST FOODS AT FLOOD RELIEF PRICES" 20G \V. Main Phone 161 . We Deliver Lippencotts Tomato Juice, can lOc Potatoes, No. 1 Reds. lOibs 39c Green Beans, fancy Ib lOc Cabbage, Texas green Ib 2ic Fancy Tomatoes Ib me Carrots, nice and crisp bch. 5c Grape Fruit, large Texas each 5c Petit Pois Peas can 13c Royal Gelatin, all flavors pkg 5c Sli. Peaches, in syrup. It oz can IQc Crackers, fresh, crisp, 2 Ib box t5c Sugar 10lbs 49c Complete Line Heir/. Products - At Popular Prices Fresh Oysters Bacon Ends, for seasoning. Ib 20c Ehuck RoasVK. C. Beet. !b 20c Frankfurters, ail meat. Ib 17|c Hens, full dressed Ib 26c I Fryers, full dressed Ib 35s ...... .-.-—— - - _: ,.--" Peccaries are unllk« mosVoi 0*^. hoofed animals In that they haS only three toes on each' hind foot. '> HELLO WORLD! STARTENA! ® HICKS ore hatched \vith a hunger to live' and giow. It's a hunger that moans more than filling the tiny crop with feed. It'o a hunger {or keeping alive and developing lltlle frames into big sturdy chicks at six weeks. •> ' Perhaps It's hard to see the difference iri chick f««d • at the start. But when'the bag is empty at six week*, you can see it In the chicks. They tell you in life, In pounds, In development. They iell you that Purina Startena, containing Pur-a-tene," gives chtaks thai things they need—the things so often lacking in ordinary feeds. Thai's why there'? only one Starfena,' and you'll always find It in the Oheckerboard Bag^ v See; ni today—have SiaiUna on hand wh«m you* chichi oirivri "> ^T£t?'Mi r -' 7:: -' : * "" THE GOODWIN COMPANY We Sell U. S. Approved "Baby Chicks 112 E. Main •-. Phone 154 SPECLM. THIS WEEK G1 a s b a k e PIE PLATE Saves time — bake and serve in the same dish. Easier, less dishes to wash. Heat will ;npt harm dish. Guaranteed, against breaking in' the oven.' Two or three of these and you're set for a lifetime! Approved by Good Housekeeping Insti- tuf©."3 to a customer. Ivory DISHPAN FUGUtAR ifc fJOUE Ivory with!, green '•'• trim, most popular size. Only 2 to a customer. :' 45c CUPPERS Nickel plated and polished frame. 000 size, cuts very close. Hidden three coil,spring. 5 in. lone; Oven THERMOMETER 1.00 It's ;eosy to avoid cooking '.errors with this thermometer. Registers from 100 to 600 deg rees Fahrenheit. Stewart's Butcher KNIFE Genuine hand hammer forged knives. Blade 7 in. long. Black wathut handles, rounded and smoothed. Will keep an edge. Shouse-Henry Hardware Co. "the Frogrcssivc-Storie" J. W. Shouse. ' Wilson Henry Phone 35

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