The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 17, 1937 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 17, 1937
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.WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 39R7 ILYTHEVILLB, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Ynrbro Missionary society meeting with Mrs. I.. M. ISoyd. Mrs. Hairy W. Hollies enter tnlning Micl-Wefk .llrldge club. Mrs. Ross n. Huglips having Thursday Luncheon clut). Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. O. W. McCulchen. ' Mrs. Jumps Hill will haw Town ond Country Bridv club. Jewish AW meeting nl Temple Israel. 8 P. M. PKil • V'S CTUMTS Golden Rule Sunday School class, First Christian church, having bunco party at home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Morris Moon. Music department. Woman's club, meeting at Central Ward school, 2:30 P. M. SATURDAY'S' EVENTS. Chapter "N." P. E. O.. having luncheon meeting with Mrs. niltiy B. Jones and Mrs. Dixie Crawford at Jones home. Rarlnfss Women's Club Has a Hirlliday Parly The 13th birthday of Ihe Business and Professional Women's club was celebrated by Ihe local group with an "Immtgralttm" party Monday ni^hl when Mrs. Prank WhiUvortli, Miss Hull) Mlythe and Mrs. J. L. Newsom were hostesses at (he home of Mr. and Mis. George U. Matthews. Upon arriving. Ihe members were greeted by an "official" who gave them red and blue bandana handkerchiefs which they wore on tlieir heads in typical immigration fashion. Passports, which Ihey were given, asked such qiieslions as "Name, weight, age, occupation" arid a sign on "board ship" read "All Immigrants' board this ship for Ellis Island and the land of opportunity." The "immigrants" were Riven a study in "foreign relations." In a brief business session plans were made for observing National Business and Professional Women's week March 14-20. Ambrosia and birthday cake were served. Baptist W. M. U. Has I^rge Attendance .There were 73 members present at the meeting of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist church Monday afternoon, at the church, when Mrs. Murray Smart wns leader of a program on "The Jew." Mrs. Charles Newcomb gave the devotional reading and Mrs Al- fredj Carpenter Mrs. Leslie Moore and-Mrs. E. B. Woodson offered prayers. 'Mr,*.,!!!. -I,, rieederl.spoke on v,; r Ban lei-fe..;Between" "jews Valid Christians". Mi-s. j. T. Hall played a piano solo, Mrs. Theodore Logan t a i ke( | OI) ,< Ol|1 . Mlsslona To the Jew." and Mrs. smart concluded the program will) a talk "Southern Baptists in Palestine.' t t * Jewish Aid Will Have Call Meetlnf The Jewish. Aid will transact special business in a call meet- Ing to be held Thursday nlgnt 8 oclocfc, at the. Temple Israel, it his been announced. * * . * Has Club Party. Mrs. Max B. Reid entertained the Young Matrons Bridge club when Mrs. Cnester Caldwell was a °u°st Jonquils added a bright nole to liie living room and the tables arrano- cd for refreshments served after the card game. The prize, hosiery, went lo Mrs. Jesse Taylor. * • * ('tub Metis. All of.lhe members of the Tuesday Bridge club attended lh» party Ihis week at the home of Mrs. Hunter c. Sims, she used a cen- _terpiec«^of mixed sp r ing now( , rs WOMENWHOAREWEAK Mrs. Rolm Newton o[ Rnwc 6. Ijlllc.Hork. Arfc., sa;il: -Some lime ago I suffertvl from 'nfrves. 1 anj felt weal; and all phycj out. When'I had taken part »• ' bottle oi Dr. Pierce** Favonle Prticriplion I noticed a decided improve- menl, asA it required only n couple ol bollles of it, lakett =, a ionic, to nelp rue in ever^ way. I wai soon ert- joying a keen appelite anil had (he strength '" "Kesiary lo cjinf on." Bur iiowl with yellox predominating, for the centerpiece of her dining (able. In the bridge games Mrs. Harry Kirby won Drsl and Mrs. j. Niuk Truinns: won second lil'jh. 4 * 4 Blyllicvill." Boy Is (n College Glee Olnl). Frnnk Iliifynidn, president of the Mhsfeippi College Glee club, ciln- ton. Ml'K., has announced that his club will l>?gln Its nnmnl two weeks tour ol Mississippi on March 1st. This club sqes with Ills Ilillman' 1 colleys club on this animal tour which takes them to n tovvns. Young HufTitmn has sun» liero frequently since he b;aai) lil> sim!y of music. * • * Ariuord I'.-T. A. Hails Program. The planting of a tree with special ceremony and a projiani will mark the observance of Founder's my by the Annorel Parent-Teacher Association Thursday nfirruoon. 2:31) o'clock, nt t!:i! school. The program will ojwn with u pageant, alter which J. l/xiis cherry vvill'.speak on "Community Safety." This will be followed by the tiea planting and ceremony, which is being carried out this mouth by other P.-T. A.'S throughout, the United Slates in honor of tlis fctinders of this organization. Has Birthday Party. Joe Earl Wimberlcy, son or Mr. md Mrs. j. K. wimberlsy, celebrated his tenth birthday yesterday afternoon with a party to which he had 20 of lii s friends. Bingo games •md bicycle races entertained the children. Saint. Patrick decorations were used and this same holiday was remembered in the serving of refreshments. Girl Scouts Meet. There were ten members of the Tenderfoot group of Girl Scout'' who received their pi ns in a ceremony which marked the meeting Friday night, at the home of Ruth Paildlson.. This is called "Tenderfoot, Investiture Ceremony." Songs were sung and S amss played before Hulh and her mother. Mrs. R. p. Paddison. served refreshments of punch and cakes, cut like the emblem.'; of the group. Mrs. Herman Rimer was'a euest Hits of News Mostly Personal D. r; Me.I/;an, who nnder- M • . -''iil. n'i o'watioii Moiulav ill thf Memphis Baptist hospital, is u>st- i"S very well. !ihe will iinderlro a Kccond opi'rallnn wllliln a slio-l IhlK. llayli Socicly —' Personal Mi'. an:l Mrs. N- J. llu:>r:luey ami doi'-hlT. Mjrcvl'e, iiinl Mrs. .1. n. Humphrey returned Monday from several days visit. In Savnnnjt!. Tetin. Prank W!'!twoith underwc:)t. a lonsllcctumy SunJa 1 ,'. IlnrrLi Dr.iuilin. of Blkrst-ai. has been altendlnj; to ljus!nr-;s here for several days. Mrs. L M. Ivockiv.'r, of O.-ceola. was (he guest of Miss j ( ^s £rii» lor the p'ist v,'Ec»k?iKi. Jumps li. Clark, who has b_>en quite ill since Thursday, is sillily Improved .today, lie hud In-n lii whli Influenza and had n relapse Haymond Ashley, of Orci'olu. Is l ntlent ul the MeiuhU lla|ilist Mrs. J. D. Alklns has been admitted lo the Memphis llapllst aospHal. Mr. and Mrs. Clmrles W. Phillips Jr.. formerly nf here and now of Memphis, spent tiie weekend 'ere with relatives. Donald Oswald, of Wilson, has K-fn admitted to the Memphis 'aulLsl hospital. Mi's. A. M. Butt, Mrs. S. P. Unrtln, Mrs. Pnrnsworlli Hlack xnd Mrs. W. J. Wunderlicb wen n Memphis yesterday. Mr. and Mi-s. Jo.sse II. Webb, rormerly of here and nov, r ol Earle. altended lo "business and isiled friends here yesterday. Mrs. W. J. Pollard has recover•d from a week's illness. Mrs. Estclle Cooke Vollmcr and daughter, Ann, who are living in Memphis for several months wliitc /frs. Vollnier atlends biislnes.s chool, will spend the weekend vllli Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wnmlcr- ich and family. Mrs. J. A. Leech and Mrs, Hus•ell Phillips were In Memphis ye.s- erday. Mrs. W. D. Chamhlln, Mrs. M. V. Isaacs and Mrs. Marvin Hob- uson arc In Memphis today. MM. Claude Whltworth Is ill al ; i!,'' 'T e ,? r l ' el ;, !)ai ' e " k ' Mr - «"<lUon;"jimmy;'"o"f Monctte, Mrs. J. H. Ball, at Promised 1 spent the Pussy Willofs lilooni Karly ASHTABULA, O. (UP)— Northern Ohio's mild winter weather has brought pussy willows into bloom along Ashtabnla couniv creeks. •., SNIFFLE, Quickl-the unique aid for preventing colds. Especially designed for nose and upper thioEii,- where most voids start VlCKSVATRONOL •- 30< double quantity iOc rtturned from St. Ix)«ls last fall. N. [.nUrell and son, l.avon, nl St. Louis, spent Saturday nt hitjlon, Tenii.. with Mr. Uit- tielfs mutliei-, who recently cele- Jinled her Sfitli blrtliduy. J. H Dull, who luul » stroke, of iti.iy.ii two months uca Ls slow- 1 "WOVllln. Mr. and M -s. w (i. I.^it'tl :ii)d Mr. und Mrs Hot, Burns went to Oxlord, Miss., list nlglil b?raus.' )f I he dentil yesier.lny of Mr Ii?"' fnllier. son motored lo Jonosboro, Ark,, Sunday where they sjvnt the dny vlfltlng Mrs, Knelbm's )inrciils, Mr. and Mrs. J. J, Oross, Mrs. L. I'tirmonter and daiiBh- ", Miss Kllei'ii, returned Wednesday from si. Ijjuls, whfro Ihey """ ijvt'ii for two weeks visiting Uiclr son and brother, iwiprctivn.,, . .-i. I'armenter. Mr. and Mrs. Ijimar Iliompsoii nnd Mr. und Mrs, Houston Iluck- FAGK THEE1 Obliging Opponent Assists , Declarer to Con trad, Mr. n. O. ICneiberl entertained '.he Monday afternoon bridge clnh nt her home. High score awnrd wns won by Mrs. II. B. Mafilerson. Miss Laura Alexander entertained the Junior CMrls' Auxiliary at her home 'Monday afternoon, "'lie program, "The Jew." was led by Wllma detUnus, who was assisted by Sally Joe Nelhcry, Sarah ISeth Travis. Laura Alexander, Ann Tm-renline, Peggy Gll- bc-il. Mnrthu Mae V<vla Mac PnictL. ChLsin lly W.M. !•:. {JIi'KKNNKV lary, Aiucrteau Kriil|jH IX 1 ! Is a foiTcase- of probable mimter of (ricks avail at a certain coiitracl. Partners Mis. l,, v. Mcnonald und il:tiiBh(er, Mrs. Ed Hall, nccom- I'iiuii'd Hie former's brother, Hoy Hiinl, lo his home nl Joneshoro, Ark. Monday. Mi the Information exchanged In tho bids and resixiiisos, and also listen iMierly for Information or m! r ;- Ini'ui-matlim Uml eome.1 to them from adverse calls. II was nn opposing phycr wlm recently lietiied Mrs. Osnn. Jonss. \i'p XInn liiir 'PI i ti. i •»*•»«•»<> m-ijir^i min. ^ifi n . iM'i ;.vi, Us' MM m T.V V ? |S01IV|SU ° 11 «r the Sheridan l,ld«e Club In n l l \n,| S '""'°' f ' IUI(l i Nnv Yol ' kl "'"I ""'•"I I'" 1 l » " w •' .,' „,;„' ,; . . . , , M 1 " 11 '" lll( ' «»ly dJiiomliinllon In MIS. Illluh Lewis, who Imd h^ii ' ..i. i, „„..., ,. ._ .. .. ,. . , . . , i , ......i. ,» nn .July tlvlkl'lllll In SI i n r i r ' 'r ° '!"" bfm wl'loll H «mld IK. made, in hi. l.onls for a few days. ro-| i-irtl PrliUiy. lu'companled by her /'i, Mh:s Malik- ivrn Lutes, •"''« has Iji'i'n III. Unroute liamf Iln;y .«lo|i|>ed al Chufft'i'. Mo. where (hoy visited ihelr mini, Mrs. Krnrat .lolm.scn. Prom lliere they wore iicrcmipanlcd home by their nol'.icr, Mi.s. c. P. Wi'lls, who '""i been In Clinffco, dmlnr; Hie At Hint, VQJ 72 « AQ tOfl 34U Osoeola Sociely — Personal Illillniay Cricljr.ilnl John Kdward Llljlcrap Jv,. celebrated his ninth birthday Sunday alli'i'noon when he luid 25 of liLs friends as his s«esLs. He and his Bursts attended the show, "Wing of the Morning," at the Clem tlienter and later had refreshments at the City Drug store. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pollock of Where they were served pink' and Campbell nnd Mrs. Kosclte Pollock 'lid .son Billy Jack, also of Camp- 'Mll. were the guests of Mrs. I,. M. Pollock's mother, Mrs. Anna Qi'Dklin, Sunday. Mrs. J. s. Weslfall of Dallas, Tev.. who has been here for n few days visiting Mrs. Ward Dor- rls. i.s now In Cai nlhei-svllle. visiting Mrs. II. T. Uyars jr. Mrs. Wrstfall is n former resident of Ihis cily. ' Mrs. p. T. Martin has gone to St. Louis'to visit her son and Ills wife, Mr. ami Mrs'. Carl Martin. . . While there she 'will aLso .receive V Gates and weekend here visiting i lllc former's mother, Mrs. Stehie r i i. n i r, rs. ee Lavon Li, rell has returned to ome.s. and sister, Mrs! Tom Je. - •t. Louis after several days stay n j nR s icre coming down ; . especlnlly for ;he funeral, of Mrs.'j. B. -Hylaud. "le has made his home with ste- ilien TRIICC! 'Bums since his par- mts, Mr. and Mrs. P. N. Luttrell white individual heart cakes with ice cream, mid each child wns given a Valentine,'In honor of UK* occasion. \ Quests were: Rosalyn Siring. BIHard Van plevc, nilly Van Cteve, Frank Uarhani. Billy Hue Schooliir, Jerry Wiseman, Clco Jean Biirch, Frank "Perrln, Hobble Frailer, Joe Mounts, Frank McGregor, Clara Caroline Douglas, Gene Butler, Hetty Jean Oulcman, Charles Nick Ho.w. Marcus. Morrow, Carl , Roberts, Robert Clay Driver. Mary Sue Young, Laura Lee'Pope, Catherine Pope,.'Oenn Johnson, Billy Joj> Carlisle and Jlmmie Hale Carlisle. Mrs. Sntn Coble, repoi let! yesterday to be snffcrlne from ncl- A A K Q J V K 0 4 7 •'•••••' + AKJ 10 98 llubl?r—K. '& W. vul. .South West North Pass ' 'IV Pass • 4 * A li * Para Pass Pass UN.T. Opening le;ul—» It). Kast Paw Pass Double Double 17 tin.' defending player could nut b<- blnincd for his double; It wiis linrd for him to really that the other side hail a snfc refuge. When East doubled the six dubs, he fell that the best, chance to beat Sonlh's coiitracl was lo have his partner make an unusual lead. Diamonds was tho imtural lead, but Kad thought Hint, on Soiit.h's bidding, no more than one Irick was available In lhal suit. With a spade lead and with a diamond trick. n«ur«l (he coiilracl would be beaten, so he Today's Contract Problem West Is playing tlic contract cl llircc no Irump, After winning tho opening spade with Hie ucc, declarer finesses clubs and establishes the siiil on the second round. North and South musl play with utmost rare if Ihcy sro to detail Itie contract. What defense must Ihcy pul up? • . *K052 V A S 2 • 10 Q (1 + 743 A Q 10 70 VK10 « S3 * AQJ 10 U 5 i A J8'l ! VJ7IM3 ' » AQ * K B 2 i N.,& S. vul. Opener—A 2. j 'Solution In next issue, n i MIND Your ' MNERS Trst your 1 now ledge of toirect^ srclal mages by answering the ft Hem Ing VKMIons then checking OKaln.'.t the nultioiltatKc ansviois below: ' 1. If a woman Is going lo a man's , home to visll, sliolild lus pay for her railroad ticket? 'i. Is it wise, to ask directions of n taxi 'driver .when a person •, In n strnnge. city? 3, What W the' usual amount to dp a if <l -ro<) for tanyln^ a tats from ,n tnxi lo a- train? 4, Should a traveler wipe out IliK ivnsh bowl In (he drc.ssinir rcom of the train after 5, Does a person who has', a lower, berth ride In the seal fne- IIIB foiwaul 01 the one ri LatkwAid (luring the (ky? What would jou do 1 If- You nre a wom'tin '.(raveling alone on a tiain ijiiri n man annoys you with his . "friendliness.", (n) Put up with hliii; ih)' Tell him what yoii'-'lhluk- of ' him. id Answei hU mie.sllons hi Icily n nil iippeni- dl.ilnteresled. fcoped' Ihat his partner would read lilii mi'ssasi' niul lead a spade, Mrs. Joiies sal North und, when her partner passed, she also did some thinking'. Evidently South held only four spades and « long club suit which the miecn must solidify, ICust's double might be based on diamonds and a lead through the \.\\vt, might bin (die slum. Bui she ibmiglil iilie could count 12 tricks If she got a lead up lo Ihc king. Her six no (rump bid turned oul perfectly. Kasl doubled, but with the opening diamond Icail by Eiist, mi extra trick wns mad.;. Six clubs would have gone down one, with a spiule opening. No. . No. From llflecn cents (10c) to: Iweuly-fK'c cenlt, (Mo), depending on whether the bag \x heavy " and on the distance he carries It, and whether he lias lo wall. 4. Yes. . r > I'Vjrwai'd, "What Would You Do?" ROlilllon—(e). (Copyright, 1031, NBA Sci vice, Inc.) New Campus Slanjr Heard STANFOHU UNIVERSITY, Cal. (Ul>)—Stanford's "Open rorum" tins decided that you no longer sny you have kissed 11 girl. The proper' expression Is thai "you bavi! hung one on." Calotabs Help Nature To Throw Off a Gold "ItouliiPr nam" for Australia • SYDNEY. Australia (UP)—Australia has jusl completed u "Boul- dei" of Its own which glvra It the clglh Irrigation piojccl In the. world The icser- volr which wtis constiiictecl undei the Joint nusplces of New South Wales, Iralla Vicloila and > South Aus- w'Kh . the ; Commonwealth'? aid, covei.s 3300 acres, and holds 1,250.000 ncre-feet of water. Read courier News Wnnt Ads IT/I purgative and diuretic,' both" of ilch me needed In the treatment colds. CaloUibs are quit* economical; only twenty-five cents for the famllr package, ten cent* tur Ui« trUJ • You'll be proud of your hands whvn you use Cliambcrlain's Lotion. A few drops used regularly helps keep them smooth, at tractive because it ta\\nats. Never sticky, greasy or giimmy, it driu quickly! At all toilet goodj counters. For free sample, use coupon below. GET AHEAD OF FASHION BY STARTING YOUR BERNA HANDKNIT NOW It's good common sense lo start working on your sura- incr handknii now. And of course Bernal's new Chan- till)- is the yarn you'll Le using. This innovation is entirely different from anything you've ever knit with. It's like cider down in we i g ]it, yet (My enough so you can use a regular size needle. The colors of Chantilly bring summer flowers lo mind ... and they're not afraid of soap or water. Oianlilly ij so reasonably priced thai you can knil a complete garment for right around ten dollars. MRS. LESLIE HOOPER KV« Iiutruclions Phone 239 Flic ne 192 allc rhcuihntlsn;. Is liliy.slcliin sold today. How do Calolabs help Nature throw off B cold? 'First, Calotabs ure one of the' most thorough and de- wlierc she vlsilcd hci pendable of alt Inlestlnal ellmlnant*. never been drawn by leijal iiur'ee- thus cleansing thd Intestinal tract ol Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Knclbert and inent. the Eerm-Uiden mucus and toxJnca, 15)7, * Mvrm TOBACCO Co. ... because they give me the good things I want in a cigarette I work hard and I play hard... and I guess I smoke more cigarettes than most anybody I know. The reason is...Chesterfields give me a lot of pleasure. It's easy to figure why...they're mild, not strong... and they've got a taste and aroma that clicks every time! Evtrjthlnr For Your Enttrtaln- tnent and Comfort Weds. - Thurs. The lovr. ..the Intrigue ..(he ad- v™lure...lhat elianfcil an fm- plre\ tlesllny — 'Lloyds of London 1 .Sj.trrfnjr 'Freddie Ifcuflholo- mcw'aml Madeleine /'arrolL Wilh Sir (Juv ,S(nndinK,H'y- vone Power, C. Aiihry Smith and .Virginia Field. ' Also Paramount News and 'H(r«. (,'onics (lie CirruV — Admission— Madiitc— 10 ft 26 o , Nlsht— 10 & 3fii\ TUESDAY, FEB. 23— ?175.00 HANK NIGHT! ^Irs. C. , L. Untzeiilrli -ivaj^ callea last ni^hl for the »1SU.UI>—But slie was not present — making BANK UKPO.SIT next w«k ?175! ROXY Adm.—Always 10 ft 25c—lo T« Show Kvery Night Matinees Friday, Saturday, Sunday Friday & Sunday itladnces— 2il5 Salurday Matinee —• ConUnuonj SlioH-lnif — 1:00 Till 11:00 P. M Weds. - Thurs. PAL NIGHTS! 2 Adults Admitted for Price o.f 1 footba PHILIP HUSTON JAMES GLEASON JUNE TRAVIS BRUCE CABOT ANDYDEVINE Also .Vovtlty short 4 Comedy.

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