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(ARK.) COURIER NEWS ^FRIDAY, i'EljRUARYj12,. Club Has Guests Mrs; W. D. Clmmblln and Mrs. Elton W. Klrby were > guests of Mrs A G. Little when she entertained the Thursday Luncheon club this week. Sweetpcas and freezln picdom- lnaied : liv ths spring boumiet which was the centerpiece of the dining table! In•: the card 'games which followed lunch, Mrs. O. W. Afflict, nnd Mrs.- Byron Morse won. P. E. 0. Slakes Plan* For Convention/ Tea Mcmbei-s of Chapter "D' of the P. E O. Sisterhood made plans for the state convention, to be held: here • April • 8 nnd 10, nnd for the tea to be. given for the high- school girl graduates, in a luncheon • meeting Wednesday at the hoine of tits. J. W. Robbins at Stccle. ' Mrs. B. A. Lynch, who is president of the state group, will'be official hostess, along with oilier members o! the two chapters of Blyhevllle, for the slate convention 1 which is expected to attract a number of leading women In • Arkansas. A CdUey College tea will be given for this year's girl graduates, of the city high school nt the home of Mrs, Lynch on Wednesday, Febiuaiy 24, when members of tfie high school faculty will also be guests, Mrs. Rabbins used a spring bouquet for her..luncheon table .when the 13 members were served. Her daughter, Martha Ware, gave two readings to entertain the ladies. ' ' * ' v Club .Entertains Mrs. Rodney L. Banister and Mrs. Russell Fair weld guests of Mrs John F. Lentl when she-entertained the Thursday Continpl club tills week. The prize, a glazed nbttery bowl went to Mrs. O. W. McCutclien A plate lunch ,\\as seived after the 1 card games. "« * * Has^Cluli Parly. ; Place cards, which Mrs. A. Con- why brought from her recent trip to Mexico City, added a gay note to her luncheon tables yesterday V:\Vn she had the Mld-Week Bridge club members and one guest, Mrs C A dunning ham for lunch and a bridge game In the bridge games Mrs D A. Lynch won the prize, perfume Meet Situreiav, The Town and Country club which usually meets on Thursday, will have Its weekly part this week on Saturday, 3:30 o'clock, when Mrs. Quthrio King will be hostess. * * ' « Club Has Parly. Mrs. Charles L. Wyhe entertained members of tlio Thursdas „,Bridge chib at the Rustic Inr yesterday afternoon when Mrs Jesse Taylor, Mra 1 loyd Stickmen and Mrs J. H Elklns werr guests. • Valentine favors wcie given tin eight Indies nnd the rcfreshincn covers wfre in keeping with tin holiday , Sunday. A plntc luncl was served. • In the card games, Mrs. L. H Moore won a case for silver, am - Mrs. Jesse Taylor, cnrds. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia 1 i—— OBVUA srRVict in; r.M flcc.V-s.rAr.c/r ^. , ..—... J Caiuthersville •Society — Personal^ Strip Play Gives Declarer Otherwise Unmakeable Slam Bits of News Mostly Personal Judge nnd Mrs. G. K. Keel .were In Memphis yesterday. Mrs. W. L. , Homer and sol Jack, who have been visiting rela lives at Wheatley, Ark., for tv weeks, will return home Suiidaj Mrs. R. A. Eadcs has return cd to 'Memphis after spending sev eral days at Armorcl with hi parenls, Mr. and Mns. E. A Eades. Mrs. EL B. Woodson nnd daush ter have returned from' Prcscol Ark., where they visited rclntlv for several weeks. Mrs. R. F. Kirshner and dnugl ter, Miss Nancy, a'nd son, Bobb returned last night from . Jolic 111, •Rhcre they were gucsls Mr. Kirshher's sister for tw weeks. Mrs. -Everett" B. Gee and so E. B., armed home Monday fro Cape Girardeau, Mo., where the , .visited relatives for two «cells. Mr. and Mrs. Janies Hill returnpd from a visit in St.'Louis and Chicago. ' Iv. Miss Zola Craflori has returned from Little Rock, where she spent two .weeks With relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Warren are In Memphis today. Clarence Vollmer, of Sikeston, Mo., attended to business here yesterday. Rabbi Maurice Lyons is visll^ ing In Hot Springs for several days. NoUon. Thompson Is attending to business in Memphis today. Mr.* and Mrs. Mack Hickman are .moving to Memphis tomorrow. Mrs. Ernest Halsell,, Miss Helen Hughes • and Mrs.; Albert Brent motored to Memphis jestcrday. They were accompanied" home by. Mrs. Horace Scrape, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Halsell, \vfcV will be their guest "Oh, boy, don't you love a midnight raid on llie icebox, I'niiny?" "Vcah, provided inili[jeslion doesn't follow williji surprise attack on the )rCMlb;iskel." BY WM. E. MoKENNEV I ccrclary, American llrlilge Ix-ngiie Tile elimination or strip play Is \e In which. the declarer cnre-'- ully voids his own hand andf .immy's of certain sujts, so that lend, which, will qtve n ruff nnfi ' dUcard, will hnve to be: made: y Hie opponent' who is thrown ito the lead. It is one of the • lost. Interesting types of hands inlt at the bridge tnble. In my opinion, the careful tilling required'places this typo of-a MIC. Ilhgdcs Knlerlalus Mrs. A. B. Rhodes chief t,alne'd her. • conduct bridge club'.Tuesday afternoon nt her home on Ferguson Avenue. Mrs. Morrell DeRcIgn held high score and Mrs. Glenn Varjdivort received the second prize. * • V Entertains Club Mrs. James M, Reeves Yeiiicr- talncd her Wednesday Bridge club Wednesday afternoon'at her home on Ferguson, with the following being guesls: Mrs. J. W. Tlplon,. Mrs. Fannie Doiscy and Mrs. Roscoc Hnyden. Mrs. Donald Magee held high score among the club members ind the guest award went to Mrs. Dorscy, * * • 7 Monday Club Entertained Mrs. Ivcrson Mlchle entertained the Monday night contract': club Monday evening at the home of 'ier parents, Mr. and .Mrs. James R. Moore. Mrs. Robert Hawkins and Miss Graclle Moore .: were ;uests for the evening. Tim club prize was presented to virs. John McDonald. Ulub Has All-Day Meetimr The Phllathca Sunday Sclioo 'lass of the Methodist Church, of which Mrs. N. C. Hawkins : .is teacher,, met In an all-day, sis iioii at the ' home f Mrs. Lynn Smith : ,Wednesday. Twenty ; mem bers 'spent the day quilting fo ?fugccs who lost their bed'cloth Ing when they were forced''! jvncuate their homes. Mrs. John Martin, who has ueei .46543 VA87 f K'6 2 + QJ8 VQJ109 4 « Q1084 *532 + AK10 Duplicate— E. & W.VUl. South West North Eut 1* Pass 3* Pass ,Pass Pnss Pass Opening lend — VQ. 12 Today's Contract Problem South's contract Is four spades. He has lost ; the first thrcu tricks in clubs. He can ' still fulfill his contract by . .careful trump management, : even (hough East. holds nn ap- : .parcntty uncapturable honor. ' 4KG * A K 10 3 '+B42 . AQ983 ¥753 854 AKQ ' * A. J 10752. VKJ *QJ 4753 M. & S, vul. Opener—* J. 'Solution to next issue. H land on nn equality with the Vicezcs, so denr to the cxpcrt.'nl- •hoiigh n play of this kind is so imple that It seems to come al- lost as a mnlter of course. Afler South, his very ;lrong hand, got n raise to three, 10 decided that.his partner-could lardly hold any hand justifying he double jump that would not nake six a laydown. It was not o easy, however, as it appeared. The opening lend of the queen f hearts was won with the king .'wo rounds of spades were led Cherry Pie? Here Are Three Kinds American historical tradition —«Ji««y- Tor .Washington's Birthday-cherry chiffon, llcht, ruddy, combining cherry and pineapple flavors into a festival. Note the fluted paper plate doilies with their patriotic designs. ' ' •:•<;< ; . \ \ - • : • - ': [ I Number Nine .News' ; Mr. aijd Mrs. Percy Stovall spent y' Saturday nights In BlyliieviHe >': " th Mr. find Mrs. Erls Brndsliaw. Mrs. Dal Brock, who hasjbeen Ite ill,; Is slowly Improving: • Mrs. Ollle Rhoads and ! chll- en arc visiting relatives In nncsse e. Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Poscy ;d family of Caruthersvlltc, Mo.,.. sited Mrs. Posoy's brother, iiill ' all, Sunday. • . . :, • Mrs. Earl Collins and daughter' turned to their home Tuesday ter spending several days with jatives here. BY MRS. GAYNOK MADDOX NBA Service SlalT Writer 'Toy cannon on the table nnd cherries In a pic arc the accepted symbols for Washington's bir- .hday ' parties. Ocorge Washlne- ,cn had to chop down a tree for his cherries, but we today need only a can opener. Which •proves there Is something to be aid in praise of republics. Cherry Cliiffun Pie . ,. ; (10 inch slice) One cup boiling water, 1 package cherry., flavor gelatin dessert, 1-4 teasuoon salt, 1-2 cui> pineapple "juice, 4 eggs, 1-4 cup sugar, 3-4 ',,'cii]) tablespoon cherries, '1 Dissolve Dessert In Mill, then crushed pineapple, chopped maraschino baked pastry shell, quick-setting gelatin Add juice boiling water. add pineapple neat egg yolks; add hoi gelatin mixture slowly, stirring constantly; add • crushed pineapple, until it: begins to thicken. Chil Beat egg whites, until stiff. Gradually bent in' sugar. Fold into gclath mixture' with,maraschino .cherries Pile into': baked' pastry shell. Chil until firm. Garnish with mara- • - UHIJ, i,.,.,. . wulll^plt n'llll JIUllt trcalinent^at St. Joseph's jnno cherries. Tills pic rates .... .* -p.Q^ 21 guns. lev Father of Our Country was u'ltc a v hnhd at pie, himself. Tha he i enjoyed a slice of pie ab .caving East with the high.spade South .laid down the nee.of diamonds and followed • with the seven. Duuuuy's lost.•diamond was ruffed, stripping both hands o tliat suit. Now the nee, king and queen o clubs \\eie cashed, followed by the ace of hearts A trump \vns led, throwing East;into the lend, and '.Soutil's careful planning \vns rewarded. .'.'.. East had no heart 'to return and the play of either- a. diamond or club was immaterial. East led n club nnd South discarded.his losing heart,.ruffing in'the dummy. South thus fulfilled his contract, a result that would have been Impossible had he not taken nil cards of exit, from East before throwing .him into the lend. with the high : trump. . tospltal In Memphis^ has retum- d to her home here. Mr. Martin ind daughter. Mrs. Earl Coppagc, Irivlng down after her. Mrs. W. M. CiTsler and • her lothcr returned Wednesday, from '•I. Louis. Mrs. Lyman Reed is in St Louis, where she Is undergoing rcatment at a hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bernard ml children have returned Jroiii St. Louis/where they spent tuv ml days. Mrs. Leonard'Shade nnd dnugli- 5V, Patricia, have returned ' from 3umcj, 111 \vherc they spent two le&v visiting with relatives Mrs. Jimmle Tipton of Kumctt peiit Monday evening and Tucs- ay : !n this city visiting with trs. J. W. Tlnton, -Mrs. Iversoh Michle and Miss Qracile Moore. Miss Lonah Davis, who spent a week in Memphn visiting rela- es. .hns returned honfe to resume her duties-as-operatoi at the : Monan• Beauty Shop. Mr: and' Mrs. . Amos Rccke'r we' been confined to their home for,, tlie past few days with in". fluenza. ueorge Crockett 'is ill nt his home.with an attack of influenza Mi. mid Mis Reginald Hitcli- cock are announcing the birth n son,' Thursday morning. Miss Irene Hagemann .Bride oS J. C. Farley HAYTl, . Mo. — Announcement las been made of the marriage f Miss Irene Hagemann of this tly to J. C. Farley. 'Hie ceremony ras performed at the Catholic ;hurch at Canitliersvillc Monday norning at 9 o'clock by t!ie Rev. .'. J. Doyle. Nuptial music was laycd by Mrs. J. L. Daniels of 'arulhcrsvllle. Mrs. Farley was aUircd in a :ust crepe frock .with black ac- -•ossories. She wns .attended, by icr sister, .Miss Edna Hagemann. :ho was dressed in a green crepe rock with brown accessories. Mr. •arley was attended by a friend, Moment Dirnbergcr. 'Mrs. Farley is the daughter of 'ohn Hagemann and attended the ccal high school. Mi'. Farley Is he son of Mrs. Rose Farley ol it. Louis. He has been affiliated rith the local CCC cnnip for the wst year and 'a half. . They are living i In the apart- -nt In the home of Mrs, Mecca Davis. ' Four doctors are engaged In aerial medical work In the interior-of Australia. When called by telephone or telegram, T they fly to homesteads hundreds of miles away. . Washed woolens will not shrtfik to much if warm water and mild soap afe .used, ,nnd the are dilcd slowly., COME DOWN AMD FKSHT LIKG'A MAM! HE P(?OBABIY KMOWSYOU ' DRINK STREH6TH "BERNAT" KNITTING . YAHXS FHEE INSTRUCTIONS , New spring and summer yarns ,», A Latest -Styles- ; , Classes, Friday, 2:30 P. M MRS. LESUE HOOPER' 1100 Chlckasawba Phone 10J Children like our pure, rich milk bcsl, and its good for them because Its healthful anrt nourishing. GHADE Quart .... Vint ..... Hullermilk, Qt A RAW MILK I0e ... Gc Old Currency Shunned PASADENA, Cal. (UP)-A loca resident hns tnken precauttoi against coiitracthig tin from over used liaper money. She turns i Into, a bank for new bills and leL •the. bank' worry about the dtsth fccthig. much, as any patriot. His non- top nights from one banquet to another during the peaceful days s a matter of history. A cherry valnut •. pie is just the type of snack he would have pralsEd. Cherry Walnut 1'ic (0' Inch size) Two cups pitted red cherries (No. 2 can), 1 1-2 cups sugar, 1 1-4 cups cherry juice, 1 tablespoon plain gelatin, 1-2 cup cold water, 1-2 cup broken walnut meats (use black walnuts if possible), dash of cinnamon, 1-2 pint cream, whipped. Soak gelatin In cokt water. Heat the sugar and cherry juice and cinnamon to boiling [Mint, stirring, until sugar is dissolved. Add the soaked gelatin to the hot jiilce and allow to set in cold place until a soft, quh-cry jelly forms. Carefully fold i" the cherries and- broken walnut meats so that they ' remain in suspension in - the 'Jolly. Pour this mixture into, a cold, crispy and freshlj baked pie shell. Stand until firm Top with whipped cream. Old-Fashioned Clicrry Pic (9 inch size) One No. 2 can pitted red cherries, 1 1-2 cups sugar, 4 tablespoons flour, 1 tablespoon butter, pastry for 2 crusls. Drain cherries, cover with su- Gar and stand 15 minutes. Ij 9-Inch pte plate with pastry. 1'at 2. tablespoons flour into surface of lower crust. Fill crust with sweetened cherries and dredge with remaining •! tablespoons of flour. Dot surface with buttei and cover with top mist. Prick with fork. Bate in hot oven (40C degrees F.) for 15 minutes. Thei reduce heat to slow (300 degree: P.), and continue to bake fo: another 20 to 30 minutes, . unti done. Hayti Society - Personal Mr.-and Mrs. James Wallace of ooter-, and .Miss •• Henrietta .Starr f^.Holcomb were the guests .of ,Irs. Wallace's parents, the Rev. nd Mrs. T. L. Bess, Sunday aft- rnoon. Mrs.'J. W. Kay and children rc- iirned Monday from Memphis \here thej \isiled' 'Mrs. Ray's ousin,: Mrs. Sid Borer. Sup 1.. and Mrs. E. E. Simpson ^pent the weekend Jn Paragould, *ik ilsitmg Mr. and" Mrs. O. : B. Scott Mr. and Mrs.'John G. Whitener, who formerly, resided in Colfax, La., are now living in the home ', Mrs. Cnrrie Mentte. Able Barkovitz, son of Mr.. and Mrs. -B. H. Barkovitz, left Thursday for Atlanta, Ga., where he enrolled at'Georgia Tech. He will major in .chemical engineering. Miss Aileen LeSiciir, who is employed at Lilbotirn, Mo.; is spending the week here visiting her mother. ' Mrs. Ralph Snow of Lakeland, Pla., was the.guest of Mrs. S. E. Ncthcry Monday. Mrs. Snow was enrpute to her" home after having spent the past week with' her mother, Mrs. Hale of Scnath. Mrs.. Frank Morgan returned Tuesday after having spent the past week in Cape Girardeau visiting her mother, Mrs. f. Gocklc. Falcons have been known to live to the age of 180 years. checks COLDS and FEVER first day Liquid, Tablets, Hcadachcv 30 minutes 'Hub -My-Tlsm"—World's Best Liniment Salve, Nose Drops Try " Turkish ships are exemptc from the International law „ . requires all ships to carry bells for time keeping and fos signaling. Turkish - vessels - carry - drums ' 12° 19 U Specials AH Day Friday, Saturday & Sunday AMBROSIA iftC LAYER CAKU .. 13 i'BCAN - NUT I)RBAD. Loaf . WALNUT BARS Doz. ..; FODGE : I'KCAN HUOWNIES. Doz. Kruil Filled COFFEE CAKE. En. , Specials for Butcrcg Hour - 5 to 6 P. M. Friday-Siiturday-Simdav DON UTS iffi'u 1)07. I*. COCONUT.WAKERSCC Doz. «J PINEAPPLE ROLI^. Doz. ... PLAIN ROLLS Doz. '........... PARKERHOUSE ROLLS. Doz. ... Special Valentine Cakes lieitutifully Dcco- 00^ rated. Each Wv. BLYTHEVILLE BAKING CO. Fhone 110 ,C 5° 8° TALK ABOUT WALKING ONCLOUD5! T-HISISirf SaysParamount's Beautiful DOROTHY LAMOUR Tobcswn in "SwingHigh..Swing Low" Discovers New "Weightless" Support... INVISIBLE RHYTHM TREADS v ...in Dainty Rhythm Step Shoes! All-over London <ilbo grey Bucko. S6.75 tan calf, Beige Gabardine with •Beige Siietle trim. ^6.75 All-over Patent Leather, •port-hole ventilation. $6.75 SPECIAL PRICES ON PERMANENTS •3 DAYS ONLY ISeginning MOIL, Feb. -15 S5.00 Permaneiils For $3.50 • S3. 50 Pcrmancnts : For §2.00 S2.00 Pcrmanents For - • $1.25 , ; Two of tlie above'vPcr- manents given together, each for '$1.00 MODERN BEAUTY SHOP Billie Hurst, !ttgr. Glcncoc lildg. Phone 2-19 Rites for D. K. Helm Funeral services were held this ' 'ternoon at • the Colib ' Funcial • omc chapel, on Second .stiect • 51- D. K. Helm, 35, who died yes- ' rciuy of pneumonia. The Rev. Alfred Carpenler of- ' ciated at the services and inlci- icnt was made at North Sawba emetcry. i, Mr. Helm is survived by h L s ifc, Mrs. Hissie Helm/two daugh-' ers, Josephine and Emma Jean, vo brothers, Bill Helm of this ty and James Helm of Long • "ieach, Calif., anil a sister, Mrs" His Davis of Rcdomia Beach ialif. ' John Mcon was granted one of ' he earliest 'of Unilcd States paints. The grant was made in 1825 >n a com shelter. IT.Z \ Everything For Your Entertainment and Comfort Tonight Ss Pal Nile? 2 Adults Arlmilled for Price'ot 1''.' —ON THE SCREEN— ;;"' Bpodi Tiirkington's Ji ; "Clarence" ^ Slarring Koscoc Karns With Eugene Pallelle, Spring"" liylngton, Johnny Downs,'"?. Eleanor Whitney and Char^V: lotte Wynfers. ':. ..' A dizzy rtomc.'ilic comedy. The;:.. slcry of a saxaiihone playing war.., veteran whose identity' remains *•,:mystery until (he climax. H' s ; scream! Also' Selected' Shorls,-,.,^ —Arlniissioii— '''''''• • ' Malince—10'&''2Gc '•"'' , Night—10 A- 36c'' Adm.—Always 10 & 25c—Ic Tai Show Every Night .Matinees Friday, Saturday, Sundaj Friday £ Sunday nlatinecs—2;15 Saturday Matinee — Continuous Showing — 1:00 Till 11:00 P. DI Friday -Saturday Also Cartoon and Serial— "The FigMing Marines'* Sunday - Monday DISTRESS ^COLUMBIA PICTURE Also Fox Movietone':'News and Comedy Saturday Only : Dick Koran 'in "Guns of the 3 Pecos" ^ Wilh Anne iNagel, Gordon Kant and Joseph Crehan. It's dangerous work; But that's 1 '.'^ the kind Uiek likes best., .ami .? dial's M-hy action-fans nckiii»vlcdgc him "the bast in tlic West.™ Also Carfocn and Serial— ; ." "Junjlc Jim" . — Continuous Showing— —Admission— Dnfil'5 P. M^.—10 & 20c After'5 P. M.-]G'& 31 C ./; Sunday - Monday- (.Hear! trouble iset to music I Bing • S^<t . * Mischa 'Auor I ^".Lucille Ball: Frank ' . Ar&iir Jc.hwjfU. IriKl tc £d*f*"tH!\' PJ.I. P*nd*o S. GerBi.T P^datf.o'.l. R K O RADIO TICTURS Alio Paramount News, Slajor Howe's Amalcurs and Mcvic Sna[ishcls — Admission — Suml.iy— AH Day— 16 & 3Gc Monday . Slatincc— 10 & 26 C : iM6iulity: Night— 16 & 36c TUESDAY, I?EB. 16_ $150.00 BANK NIGHT!

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