The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 15, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 15, 1937
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fticifc [tWo. BL1THEV1LLE,'(ARK.)'. COUU1EB';N!5\VS ; ,. Social Calendar j TUESDAY 'B EVEHTS , Mrs. Max B. Reid having Young Matrons Bridge club. Tuesday Bridgu club meeting with Mrs. Hunter O. Sims. Sunbeams V meeting First Baptist church, 3:30 pm. Junior G. A meeting Fust Baptist church, 4 p.m. Intermediate G. A. -. mooting First Baptist church, 4 pjn. > Maple Grove Cemetery Association meeting with Mrs. W. M Burns, 2.30 p.m. Mrs. Baker. Wilson having Wednesday Bridge club WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. E. M. Huffman liming Bible study, Cliuich of Christ, 2:30 P. M. ' • Founders Dny program of Par- cut-Teacher Associations, high school auditorium, 3:15 p. m. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Hurry W.Halnes onter- tninln'g Mid-Week Bridge club. Mrs. Boss D. Hughes having Thursday Luncheon club. Thursday Contract club mcsflug \viUi Mrt O W. McCutclicn. ) FRIDAY'S EVENTS Golden Rule Sunday School class, .First Christian chmcli, meeting with Mr. nnd Mrs J. Morris ; Moon. Dorcas-Class. Il?s .1 Mectini; The Dorcas Sunday School class of £he First Baptist phurch met Friday, afteinoon at the home ol Mrs. Etila Epperson when Mrs T. L Gatsldy was also hostess. 'The 12 present included one visitor. The devotional was conducted by Miss : Cordelia WiUiilc bcfoic the social ho in dining which cnkc and coffee were served, i * «. * Has,- Neighborhood I'aVly Jimmie Allen-had four of his boy friends in his neighborhood to play with him Friday night in celebration 1 of .Saint, Valentine Day,. The'boys toasted mnrshmnllows m the yard and played games be- foic refreshments were served.' V * * * Erncrtiiie Jarbo Wed;, Butler Cope Mr. and Mrs Charles Jaibo have announced tlie mauiage of their daughter, Ernestine, to Butlei CopcL.The wedding was solemnized Saturday night ' at the home of the, Rev. Stuart II Salmon pastor., of the rust Picsbylcnnv. churcS who performed the iltnal Tijc?,bnde voie a fipuk of ( jijsi cicpe"'* witVi.,'£' Jiigh' necklin6 (r ant liei accesioVics wcic In black. For her maid of honor she had her sister, 1 Miss. Wanda Jarbo, who \\oie a rust crepe dlmicr dicss and used black: accessories. Mclvin Honey was the bridegroom's test man. -.Miss Dcola Browning, Miss Rosemary "Woodard, James ' Roberts Ernest Roberts and Willis Fou weie also guests at the ceicmony Mrs Cope is a graduate of the city high school and Mr. Cope who also attended'school heic, I connected with the W. T Barnet Auto-Salts.' ' They will make Iheii home lull Mr. Cope's parents 0:1 Kentuck Ave. T » & Son Itorn A son was born yesteiday Mr. and Mrs Herschel Caldivel of Duiham.'iN. C.'Tlie baby ... not yet been named. Mr. Ca'ldwc formerly lived heie. » • » Y. W. A. To I!a%e Social Meet in r The Y. w, A. of the Hist Baptist chm-ch will have a social meeting !oHo\\ing a business scs- ftpn tcnlght, 7.30 o'clock, at the t.mrch. FLAPPER FANNY Bits of News Mostly Personal Speaker Overruled , I'EBUUARY 15, J93'f\ , Defender's Refusal to Cover . Puts Declarer In Quandary "Now, Fanny, 1 1 ii*k you— is this technique busincis Boi use to me as ii^ooci, hot b;iss?" to be ;is mucli Miss Carol Lauderdalc has returned from Memphis, where she spent several days. She was accompanied home by MLss Ann 1'ranklln, niece of J. M, Williams, who will spend several weeks with MlBS Lauderdalc and Hr. and Mrs. Williams, Mr. and Mre. Floyd Simpson were called lo Benton, Mo., because of the Kcrlous Illness of Mrs. Simpson's parents. ' ' Mrs. Rupert Crafton and children have returned from Little Hock, where 'they visited relatives Mrs. George U. Matthews lias returned from Mar^motli Sprints Ark,, where she spunt two weeks She was accompanied by her daughter, Mrs, Joe Watson,: and daughter, of Osceola, who return cd yesterday, Mr. Watson going up for them. John Malmn has gone to Jack- Jon, Tenn., where he has accepted a position with the Plggly Wiggl> store, having been transferred from the Blythevllle store. Mrs. W. J, Pollard, who lias, been 111 since Wednesday night is .now improved.' Mrs. W. C. Higglnson daughter, Dorothy Jean, and Mrs Graham Sudbury were In- Mem liliifi Saturday. B, w. Thweatt lias returnee from Hollywood, Calif., where" h spent the past six weeks attend Ing to business. Rabbi Maurice Lyons lias turned from Hot Springs wlici he conducted special services the temple there Friday night. II ' " : M Society aiiilii ' — Personal Tea Heir's Wife . Drinks in Sun '• ISy.WiM. E.. McKENNEV imclar.v, Aniu'lrun Ilrliifie League Good bridge, players, when dc- oiidthg.n linnd, try to make the lay o[,the rtcclaioi .jusl-as^diffl- ull us possible by giving him very. guess they cnn. This Is a ound principle, ns tlie guessing average of even the best of play- rs Is rarely much better Hum 00 ]er cent, so a wrong guess Is just s. probable as a right one. East hnd West had n dinictill ime defending today's hand North, .declarer, not only had. u luallh of liljlr cards, but also innrK' in both hands. Enst, lacking a desirable lead, decided on"n shoit suit Noith, Osceola Society — Personal :sncv* 98B* re* SE801 V f-S98f V readme it correctly, took the trick In ; the dummy wllli the king of hearts, to lead a club aiid thus be able to discard 'dummy's, losing heart on one : of; Ills" high dubs. A small club was led, and East with the ace" A heart was Today's Contract Problem Norlh, third • hand, has opened the bidding with one spade., Should South respond wi|h two henrjs- or three, spades? If the former, what should South sny when North bids Iliree hearts? (Blind) (Blind) A K Q C D ¥ Q!)876 <M •-. T&J87 EfSi W..vul. Opener—J Solution in next issue. 15 Mr: and Mrs. Claude Grain, who have been visiting in Memphis have returned to their home here Mrs. Kip Moore of Manila Is at the bedside of her mother, Mis Rcbei'l Fisher, who is critically ill at a'Memphis hospital. Miss Zora Miller of Hornersville, Mo., spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mri E: Miller of Manila. Mrs. E. F. Howell and sons. Maurice and Marvin Essury,' Mrs Viola Crangford and daughter Joe Mrs. Nell Benson, Mrs. Pinky Tip ton and daughter Jeanettc have returned from a three weeks visit in Memphis. James Ncedham spent Fridaj and Saturday in Osceola on bus incss. Mrs. W. M. Jinsley and chil dren returned, to , Dycss colony Saturday after a few days visit with relatives here. , J. .J. Massey, T. J. Pierce, Mi and Mrs. Dean Pierce and sou Joe Dean have returned after se\ oral weeks visit in Hot Springs. Speaker" William B. Bfliikhead's word Is law in the House ot Representatives, but his daughter Tallulah, brilliant <young actress, overruled him when he objected to her smoking .while they posed for pictures ;<t a. party in her honor in Washington, D. C. She contended (be smoke screen would soften cameramen's flashlights, it was'their first reunion since she flew to Ills bedside two years ago \vhen lie was ill. taken to Jugoslavia when he was two years old. When he returned to America in .1931 lie couldn't speak English. He started to schoo again in the first grade at "Pittsburgh. . After minor setbacks, lie moved ahead swiflh, skipping .jiade: regularly until his return'to-Cleve- land, in: 1935. Reiser News was guest of Rabbi Rhyne. Mrs. R. H. Robinson. Miss Margaret. Robinson, and Patsy Jane, 'Mary Lee, ami Oh'srlf"} Robinson Judge G. E. Keck will go to Lake 'iclt early Saturday morning foi Clly next Monday for a civil term of circuit court, the first' to be held In this district for some time because of - flood conditions. His stenographer, • Mrs, ' Buford Mur- ray.will accompany him. Mrs. Whit Goodman mid daughter, Lee, of Memphis, have arrived to spend several days with Mis. Goodman's parents, Dr. and Mrs. K D. Smith. Miss Willie Marlcr will leave The -. of clubs- was played she visited weeks. and u small heart discarded from diinnny. Declarer next led his singleton diamond and went, up with the ace. ,-, the queen of; diamonds 'was returned. West'- refused to cover and ' North had an immediate guess. He, linally decided to ruff, nnd thereby lost : his chance to make ,the contract. Had West played Hie kins on the second diamond, Norlh would have ruffed, returned a spade, and then ruffed another diamond. He would then have, drawn East's tnmips, and had two good diamonds upon which to discard. •The play of the king on South's lead of the queen could gain nothing, as North was 'marked will) no more; otherwise he would have Wednesday for Memphis, where she is to nttend Macon and An- Irmvs Business school. Mi-. Jim F. Harwell nnd son returned last night from Decaltir, Ala., where they spent two weeks with iclatucs. Mr. Harwell met' them in Memphis. ' '•' ' r tJMis Bilbo Gilbert "relurnert Tliurday from • Texnrknna where her parents for two H. G. Partiow and R. B. Stout arc expected to return today or tomorrow from Little Rock, where they have been "attending to busi-i ness. ? Mrs. C. C. Wood and Mrs. Bilbo Gilbert are in Memphis today. Mrs. Wysc Perry and daughter, Barbara Anne, have returned from Memphis .where Barbara Anni has .been -undergoing treatment for 1 asihmaUor 'a.iweek. !; Miss Betty Lee McCutclicn left yesterday for Winter Park. Fia., where she" attends Rollins college, after spending several days with, her parents, Mr. and Jlrs. O. W. McCutclicn, and -family. Tiiscon, Arizona, for an indefinite stay. Normal businc.'is is resuming at Keiscr and ninny' people are re turning lo tlieli- activities . started 110111 es. today School Among those who" have come' back are Mi and Mrs. :MeiTlll polk,. Mrs. Spcnce Williams, Miss Sue..Wood, Mr and Mrs. W. E. Pigg, Miss Florence Powell, .Miss Ila Verne Cusp John Miller, Wilson Knight, Mrs. W W. Wall, Mrs. J. H. Wntts. Mis Hnrvcy \yilson and baby, Miss Elizabeth" ison, Miss Sue Whipple, Miss Nettie Bush Adams , Miss Kathcrine . Spure'cou. Miss Olivia, Harris, E. C. Gnrrctt. Flovd Austin aild family, "Slim" Pierce''and family, Mrs. Ralph Ferguson aild family, Mrs. .Elizabeth Hall. Mrs. Wick Hall, Mrs. Frank Gwyn and train for Memphis for a short honeymoon. Mr. Gates Is formerly of Lonokc, Aik aid is it present employed by the W M Taylor Mercantile Company. Mrs. Gates is from Macon Miss llies will make their home in Keisci Jugoslav Boy Jumps 8 Grades in 6 Years CLEVELAND (UP) — 111 10J1, Milan Simich, aged n, was in the first grade in school. Now, he's ophomore at East High School Milan was bom here, but was family. Mary D. Watson, seveiiryear returned and North took the trick.| taken tlie 'diamond.-finesse. Whole Menagerie for Crib Prosecuting Atlo"nicy J Bruce I\y, and Miss Josephine Montague, prand jury; stenographer, arc "intending court in Marlon'tliis week Mrs. Hugh Craig and daughter, •Mia Lillard, \\erc Memphis visitors Friday. Mrs. Lro Shrieck Is a patient at, the E>c, Ear, Nose and Throat hospital In Memphis this week for a nose operation. / D. H. Blackwood jr Miss Vir- Rinia Blackwood 'and Miss Ionise Hale returned yesterday from a month '.<; visit in Washington, «hcrc they vent to attend the inauguration ceremonies. Mrs. Sam Coble Is connned to her bed with an attack of sciatic rheumatism."The Rev.-and 'Mr;, r. L Cole were in ..Memphis Friday, visiting Osceola patients'in hoslptalsthcie Major and-"Mrs.. F, p. Jacobs of Grider left Saturday for a month's molor trip lo Mexico Cits and other points of Interest Mexico. \. . No "child can resist the instinctive appeal of friendly animals. Included in'these .<mflt blocks arc the fuzzy-cared Donkey, the performing Elephant, the Goose of story book fame, i tie Cow, Rabbit, a sorrowful Pup and another - Elephant lhat's in a hurry.. We can't forgst Mrs.'Duck, and look at the bucking Pony'. The nrst Kitten has just spied a pan ot milk, and we're sure the Pup is looking for more shots lo chew. A nice qfiicri. Pussy completes the group. No. 02828 brings you the hot iron transfer for this animal quilt. To order, ask for No. C2828. or tear ont Illustration and send with 20 cents stamps or coin. Address your order to Blylhevtllc Courier News Make H Yourself Pattern Bureau, Box 1G6. Kansas City, Mo. Bo sure to give name and complete address. . Japan Suggests Warship Carry "Olympic Flame . UP) *—,F9C\tlie 193B Olympic i'GSme\ relay Vunners earned an';Olympic* Flarnc a",fet hundred 'fnUraJlrgjm^ Greece-,}< Germany, $io*v*Jj.p»n 'w«nt«-Ho 'g< one better. Count Michimasa Soycshima, Japanese member of the Interna- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.'W. W. Watson jr., is in the Baptist hospital in Memphis. Mrs. W. W. .W.atscn si', is slaying witli her. '-.Mrs. H. P. Dunavant and Mrs. J, T. Polk visited "Mrs. Otto" Koch- lei' in Dell Friday. * •- f Holt-Gales . Announcement has'.been receiv !<i ; of the wedding of Miss Lucile Holt and Mr. L. L,..Gates on Jan. 4. The ceremony was: -performed >y. (he Rev. R. C. Morchcad in )sccola and the couple left by Hayti Society — Personal Mrs. Thcon Slrock returned home Frldny froin Kclso. Mo., where she hnd ucen visiting hci inotlicr duriiiB Hie Hood scnrc. £arl Martin hns returned to St: Louis after linvlng spent n few rinys here visiting Ins parents. Mr end Mis. 6. C. Martin, lie is a student at Washington University Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wllbanks jr ct Panna were licrc Sunday visiting Ilic Inltcr's mother, Mis. Join Alsnp. . N. G. McEhoy ol Cape Oirar- lean Was n uiisiness visitor hero Friday. ,.•;•' Mrs. J. A. Zarccor and dau cr. Jacqueline of Risco were here Saturday visltliig friends and at 'ending to.,business. , . Mrs. E.- E.rcolberl and cliildrcl returned fronl • St. .Louis :Suiicln> illcr having spent a .few week', there visiting, with relatives. tional plympic Committee, lias Japan,., where it would be proposed, ttiat the sacred name served, at the Meljl shrine until Ircrn Mount Olympus should be! needed to open the 1910 E ai«es tarried. Jiom Greece to the Mcljil Shrine m Tokio in time to open! Tlie oldest known will by wiiicl loan Olympic. Games here m j n • priest' left, his properly to an- j other, «as prcprcd lii E(yi>t 1910. The ambitious plan, which still lacks official sanction, provides for the first runner to leave Athens with the torch on Feb. 11. mio, the annivcisary of the Emprror Jimnm's accession to the Japanese throne -2,600 years ago. After being 1 relayed overland through Europe and "eastward to Aden, the toich carvlcd fc> Etcauicr to Bombay antl again across country . to • Singa pore -'It uc-uld 'then: be sViliiped fiitt-to ilio Phlitppiho KKinds 'and from tlie re to China. Finally, R Japanese destroyer would carry H from Shanghai to about 2500 B. C. Fruit stains cm, be removed b> uongiiie with lemon juice an! then washing with hot water. Read Courier News Want Ads ren's Colds .. .-,. Best treated Read Courier News Want Ads "For thirty years 1 liatl • stubborn constipation. Soni6ttmcs l-dlit not g> 'or four or five daya. I also find av/ful )<is bloaUng, hcadactics: And' pains in he back; Adlcrikn helped riQht away. *Jow I cat snusanc, b,Tnanaa, : pic, any- :1iinti I v/ant and never : felt better, f sleep soundly nit niqltt and enjoy life." —Mrs. M.Tbcl Schott. U you arc suffering from constipation, s1ecp!c5sncB$, sour stotiiacli/ and S'as blbntino; there is quick .relief far you In Adterika. filr.ny report acticu In thirty minutes after taking lust on a dose. Adterika.nives complete action.' cleaning your bowel trict where ordinary laxatives do-not even reach. Dr. If. L, SA..ufc, iV*io Vort-. report*: 'In addition to inlcitinal clrc.min?, Adlrrlka iifdif the rrnulh o/ tnlcittnnl harttrio an<l I .Give yovr bcv/cls a real-cjear.sinn w\ih Arflerika anJ cec liow ji°od you feel. , ;J[ist. oi;c spcontftl relieves GAS and stubborn constipation, / ;. j Kirby Bros. Drug ;Co. '.• . '- .Robinson Drug Co. EXTRA SPECIAL! '. Master Chevrolet Coach, good .condition, s325 car reduced to S250 Conic iri imd look over the other hargains Af Juvnci Motor Salo§,,.(;«. Phologrnphcd M her Prilm Beach, Fla.. home, where she is',, vacationing, is MrsMIuiilLiigioii Hartford- II. of Nc\v York .and Newport, who in : 1M1 was sc- c'relly married to-Gcuyec Iliml- iiiylon Hnrlford,. youthful ht.'ir lo Ibe' S2'6o',QOD,fll) i a Great Al- rintic nnd'Pacific Tea;Comp';my -•fortune. A nurso writes that-she suffered fionrV f requen t lieadiches Ncjlhing - slopped them until-a friend recommended DH. MILES NERVINE. 'She says Nerv- ine stops headaches before they get a good' start. • -_ . • • Three generations have •found DR. MILES,NERV- INE cftective'fpr . '/ Nervousness, SJeeplcss- . ticss'tliie to Nervous IT- . . Tttali'ilitii, Nervous-Indigestion,' ' Headache, Travel 'Sickness.. Get DR. MILES. NERV- INE at your drug store in liquid. or effervescent lab- let form. Small lioltlc or pncltasc 2S ccnf* large : ltotllc or'iincKagc Sl.CO You neither stoop nor reach at the \dm.-Alwnys 10 & 25c—Ic Tai Show Every Night .Matinees Friday, S;ilurd;iy, Sumlaj Friday & Sunday nlalinccs—'.I;.!! Saturday Matinee — Contiiiuuii! Shawihjr — 1:00 Till 11:00 r. M Las! Time Today DISTRESS | A_COLUMBIA PICTURE Also FCN Ittoviclonc -Ncv^ ant! Comcilx' 7 119 D ( B=B sue. - Wed. - Thur The Morning AftcrTaking Carters Little Liver Pills "BEHNAT" KNITTING YAliNTi FREE INSTRUCTIONS . .' New spring nnd shimmer yarns'..- " '.. -j Latest Styles ' ;'.V; '"' Classes; Friday,' 2:30 fi"1/f.' '• MRS. LESUE IlOOl'mt 1109 Chickasawba Phone 79? ADJUSTABLE LEGS make the Mayttg jmt the right height for a short or tall woman. AH./our l^s if the Model 30 Maytag arc' easily adjustable. The u-ashcr s cts solidly on .in uneven floor. Another Maytag feature :s the short rfistaaee from the wringer rolls to ihe water line. You don't have, to lift the cloihcs ns far as you do on-an. ordinary \\asW. The May tag is thoughtfully designed and carefully built throughout. Find-.out how much more value'snd satisfaction you get in ,V M;iyug. Any Maytag may with gasoline MultUMotpr. SEE -T1IK NEW MAYTAG 1RONER , E. B, Gee Sales Co., liic i Sill * '• Main' - .— . Phone Atlulls Admitted-for Trice ot .x,,',^ing footb; 1\ PHILIP HUSTON JAMES GLEASON JUNE TRAVIS BRUCE CABOT ANDY.DEVINE i. It. '/I Par.J: EKO-RADIO It rettuiics only .about, one and ic-third seconds for the light of ic'"nipoii to : reach the earth. Everylhlnj For Your Entertain- merit and Comfort .'"' Lass! Time Today -"•-*'. . . ^an' Bing '< k. * Mischa Ausr .' : Lucille Ball- " • Frank Jenks' DiVcclerf b/ iej'gfi Jjion. /.luf'c by -- Aith'jr'Scbxarli. Lyria 6>- tdffrd Utr- , njn. ' Fixdro 5. Strain.Prcdutfion. R K O ' RADIO PIC1UEE Also T'arainouiil .News,. Major. Helve's . Amateurs : and" 3Icvic Snapshots. v -~ I'nramniint Ncivs—Story r of ; AIII-J- mohilc -Klrikc ScU'lciyj-iit;."! 1 ROBERT YOUKS ANN SOTHEfiN THEATRE Also Selected Shorts Ailmlssicn Matinee • 1Q C & ^( Admission Night IGc f: 30c

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