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T\VO BLYTHEV1LLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 193-1 * JL IO CYC i FT1 \ ! v_y V-^- C/C_^ \^(^\ L bociai Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS , The Prayer Group o( the Presbyterian Auxiliary will meet at '^:30 p'in at Ihe church. W.M.S. Methodist church meeting at church, 2:30 P. M. Woman's Council of the First Christian church will meet at 3:30 with Mrs. A. G. Hall, on Heani Strict. , Social fur B. I 1 . W. club ul,7:30, at the home of Miss Minnie Matthews, 1111 W. •.Walnut. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Young .' Matrons club niecling with Mrs. Rlley li. Jones/. Mrs. Chester R. BaViJock. hiuing Tuesday ^Bridge club WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Music .'department, of Woman s club meeting willi Mrs. R. P. Pad- dlson, 3 p. ni. Mis \V J Pollard having Wednesday Bridge club. rilUKoDAY'b EVENTS Thanksgiving dance at country club, 9 .P. M. SATUKDAY'S EVENTS Call meeting ol .the Board of Trustees and.members of the Wo- nians'.Club ai home ot Mrs. S. S. Slernberg. 7:30 p. m. Armorel Crowns Queen To Open New Church HES HIST I'KKSBVTKKIAfJ, CilUKCH S. II. Salmon, I'aslor !I:-I5 ii.m., Sunday church school, i. K. VHil, Supt. 11:01) a.m., Morning worship. Sermon on "Tlic Redeemer the Greatest Prophet," fourth In a .-;e- from the Old Testament leading up lo Christmas. 0:45 p.m., The-Yoiing-I'cople-of- lic-Cliurcli Vesper meeting. 7:1)0 p.m., Evening worship. Sermon on "The American Red Cross." P. T. A. News The Lniige P. T. A.' met Tiles- day iiltcrnoon with 42 members c.iul one guest prc.wnt. Miss Win ide Vlrijll Turner, county super visor, cll>pluycd books suitable fo nil ages of children, Miss Etabctl (Halsleiul, vice president, presided 'in tlic business session In whlcl students sang n song, Mrs. E;u Hatcher spoke on "Character De vc-lopmcnl In the First Six Years, !h<- president's menage was give] jy Mit. Mulllns and Mrs. II. c Leyson spoke on "Questions o Ohnraclcr." Miss Halstcad's rooi conimiinloii and prcacliin» won the 51 for having the most, L,,,' iin..«.imi=,, mothers In attendance. Finns were 'sermon "Uestiuy of the Church." Evening service at li p.m. Ser- I'lllST CIIIUSTIAN CH Ull€!l Sivlli an,! Muiii V. li. Iliitterworlli, Minister Bible scliool, 9:45, M. T. Moon, superintendent. The pastor will present a special message lo the children, 11 announced by Mrs. Layson for the coke sale. Cuuulry Club to Have "At 'Home" Members of llic country club have been invited to ihc ciub tomorrow evening for an "at home" which is lo be a supper, parly, followed wilh music and olher enter- [idmnent. This will be followed by Ihc Thanksgiving dance next Thursday evening when special cnlcr- lainment Is being arranged. U. H. C. Has A Uenellt Parly Sixty guests were cntcrlalncd by the U. D. C. members last evening at the home of Mrs. A.'M. Butt for a benefit bridge and rook Game. . . •; • Roses decorated Ihe three A(- tiaclho rooms arranged .for llic game and llic Thanksgiving mo- III was used in Ihe lallics. Mrs. Marvin Robinson won n casserole for high among the bridge players and a similar prize went to Mrs. M. G. Goodwin . lor the rook honors. Low score prizes, caXes, went lo Mrs. George M. Leu lor bridge and Mrs. O. C. Gnnskc fur'rook. .Mrs. Charles Criggcr jr., Yrtin a pottery bowl for culling the lucky card. A sal id plate was served. The marriage of Mrs. KUa Smilh Bryant nnd Glen K. Anderson WHS solemnized November nth at the home of Mr. and' Mrs. Herb Thompson. The Rev. T. J. Rhodes pcrfoimcd Ihc ring service. Sirs Anderson is Ihe daughter ol Mi and Mrs. W. M. Smith. The bridegroom is connected with the .Gull Service station. Miss Mourlnc Harrison of llnflman, a student at Avmorel junior high school, was crowned "Queen, ot the Carnival" In ft celebration at that school. -She had for her 1 maids Miss Doris Anderson, Miss Mildred Eadcs, Miss Jewel Manes 'and Miss Imogens Smith, ftitric'a Baysinger nnd Mary Emma Stcaijman • were (lower girls and Bobble Conaster, paye. The crowning was: the feature attraction of an elaborate program climaxed wlthj the procession to the throne. Freak Hand Se s at Naught Rules foir Contract Bidding '.-.•: •'.. |. iri i ' O Solution to Previous Contract Problem:. 11V 1V.11. K. McKKNNIJV Secretary, American Hriilgc League I was a guest of Frank Rcndon's at the Royal /.Contract Club • In New York recently. I believe there arc ns many bridge clubs In New York as there are In the entire, middle west and, lo me, this club Is one of (lie prellicsl. It was here that I came across today's hand, during a duplicate Kiimu. ./ .:.• Tlio i .blo r diiig ;I give is whaV.ymi miglil like lo see cm'this hand, nut nl no (able was it bid (hat way Several' South players' opened with Ihrce'spades and can you Imagine West's predicament with the three spade bid pill in by South? One West player, right over Hit, Bits of- Mostly Persona: Miss Margaret Moore wilt (;o lo LILlte. Rock Wednesday for Ihe- slvile B. Y. P. U. convention. Betty Phillips, daughter of to.'. .slid Mrs. Russell Phillips, is ill Iroiii an infected toe which has been injured lor three weeks. Miss' Jessalyn Blomtycr will go lo Little Roek Wednesday for Ihc uUilc B Y. P. U. meeting. Miss Dorothy Evans, who ha: .been the hoiiscgucst of Mrs.'Anne Stevens Potter for several days, is returning lo Memphis today. Misses Ruth and Sue Butt, who iiUcnd Sophie Ncwcomb college n > KQ10 9 7 5-1 3 « K r, f, Nouu VA 4 A Q J 9 4 :l * A K Q 7 N *10 II ITS 4 K J S 7 6 J 2 v f; * J s r, i p Duplicate—All Vul. Soiilh A\Vsl North East 1'ass 24 - V 1'iiss 2 * :: J. :; V Pusii If A -1 N. T. Pass 5 * Paso <; + , Pass Pass Opening lead—V K - , the table where West llli two diamonds and when Ihe idding came around lo him again Tlie Central ward P. T. A. met Wednesday following the executive board inectinij. In the future the executive board meeting will be at 2:30 o'clock on days ol the regular meeting, In the program Rook Week was observed with Miss Turner displaying a. collcc- lon of books for children of all ip.es. Miss Alia Mae Garllngton's Miplls gave a playlet "Trip to the Library," Betty Phillips spoke on 'What We Did During Book Week." Miss Mary Outlaw's room gave a specialty number "Boole Friends." Miss Mary Emma Hood's inusie class gave a novelty song number. Miss Luna D. Wilhclm gave a talk "Etfccls of Literature on Our Children." The president's message was read by Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Mrs. John C. McHaney gave a report of the state convention al Fort Smith and presented Mrs Harry 'W. Haines, last year's pres- iacnt, a certificate denoting superior organization under her I leadership. I Mrs. R. I,. Bradley announced! drive for old fountain peifc"to c collected by Ihe group. Mrs. Joel Chandler, secretary, mon, "Three Confessions. A welcome Is extended lo all who conic. I-'IKST .MKTHO1HST CHUKCII \V. V. Wniimck, I'astor Church school, 9:45 a.m. You arc nvitcd to join ILS in worship and study. Morning church worship, 10:55 i.m. Pastor's subject, "The Big,est Business in (h c World." All league services, C:45 p.m. Evening church worship, 7:30 P.III. Sermon subject. "Spiritual Prontase." If 'yon need a church liome we welcome you to join us in these services. Board of stewards meeting Monday at 7:30 o'clock. November Church Fellowship Niglil Wednesday evening at U:SO o'clock. as up to four spades. So;he, got lad . and doubled. He opened a club, which was uffed In dummy, a heart was led, Vest won with tile ace and led hollier club. The declarer ruffed n dummy, played llic queen of icarls and discarded tUc deuce of llamonds. West refused to trump.'Now a diamond, was played, ruffed by ioutli and another dub led am uffcd in dummy. . Oil, yes. the contract, could bi defeated, but it .wasn't, and .that' ivlial makes bridge an inlercstin ead a letter from llio slate pres- dent, Mrs. Scott Wood, urging egistratlon of all births. Mrs. Harry W. Hutnes, project chairman, reported the Hallowe'en mi'llcs given in each room at Miss Mary pullaw's room won hc SI prize for having the mosl nolhcrs present. LAKE STREET METHODIST V. E. Chalfant, Pastor Sunday School, 0:45 a. in. Morning Wrship, 10:50. Scrmoi subject, "Singing the Lord's Song."] A Steward's Meeting, comprising .! stewards of our church In tlie iElricl, will be held at Garden oint at 2:30 p. m. Evening Services: Young People, 7:00 o'clock. Church, 7:30 Sermon subject The Circalful Heart," Mid-Week Fellowship, Wcdncs- lay. 7:30 p. in. 'God's Gardens" Topic for Baptist Sermon; The wrmon Ionic a I the Hrst. Baptist church Sunday night will be "God's Gardens." The pastor,: Ihe Rev. Alfred Carpenter,' will portray how the Bible opens and closes with a garden scene' unit how the beginning and end of lime Is marked by a garden expsrl- ence for the race. While 'uioso two gardens arc created for man; yet there arc two olher, gardens created for God which' -arc often overlooked and misunderstood. Thc relation of llic • four" gardens and their determinism for the race will be the coiicliision oi the sermon. Famous Cocktail Mixer ; Has Royal Wedding Drjnk LON'pON (UP)—Harry Craddock, : most famous of American ' cocktail -mixers, and dispenser of cinnks at the Snvoy Hotel, London, has Invented-a special cock- lail in- honor of the wedding of the Duk'e of Kent arid Princess Manna. ' He calls it -Royal Wedding" Week, and it is prepared ua follows: l-3rd Grand Marnier 2-3rds Bacardi rum Juice of half a lime, or l-4th lemon -juice. Squeeze lemon peel on lop. "It combines royal 'authority 1 1 with the exotic; piquancy which is I inseparable from a beautiful for-1 eign princess," is Harry's descrip-l lion of his new drink. A favorite food of Holland is I the "cake 'sandwich." which con-1 sists of a slice of honey cake be-1 tween two slices of bread! The Rev. Russell Rldgeway will open the new Full Gospel church at Lilly and Vint streets Sunday. * . « * Honiersville Society — Personal II. llav'dln was returned Tuesday .Irom the Baplist hospital in Memphis, where he had undertone a major oiwralion. He Is slowly recovering. Floyd Oswald underwent an emergency operation for a ruptured appendix at the McCluie hospital in Paragould. and was brought home Wednesday In satisfactory condition. Mr. iniri Mrs. D. A. imlfm wml daughter!!. Sue and Sissy, visited F. H. Davis and family at Tru- inann, Arl;., Sunday. . Mcsdamcs L. D. Ford, R. K. Anderson, L. M. Ragan, Bcttie Row, and J. O. Mallicws were shopping U. D. C. Chapter First in Nation in Book Work The Biylhcviilc . chapter of. :llii U. n. C. wiis awarded first pii^c at tlic ucnci'al meeting in NCA York city, lor Hie most book placed willi U.U.C. book plales ii them. These books "ninsl be 01 southern subjects or written b southern writers. The IG7 book: ncludcd in this classification, wcr coilcclcd when Mrs. James B Clark was president and on ink Ins year when Mrs. Henderson c Hall is president, Mrs. J. W. Uader is cliaivinnn of the library cxlen- sion committee. Hot Springs. Ark., was • selected as next year's meeting plucc and Mrs, W. E. Massey, of Unit city, was reelcdcd president general. Thc mceling will be held in November. Jerome P. Uowcu, of Little three spado bid. went lo sis clubs and North without a minute's lu'Mlulion, bid six hearts. At another tnblc South pa«cd and West made an original bid of Iwo diamonds. only lo lind Unit, when the a(jaln. was »p to lour spades. North having bid four hearts and Soulh four spades. The top score on this board was made by the East-West pair thnt New Orleans, will arrive Tuesday morning lo spend the holiday with bl(Wini , .„; ,„„.,.,<> ,-„ h! , Ihcir mother, Mrs. A. M. Bull. DKln ' n8 801 - aroiinn to hi They will Ire accompanied by n Euesl. Marvin Nimn will leave toduv for Dallas, Texas, for a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hale anil daughter, Miss Laura, arc In Memphis today. Mrs. Hale" will go from there to points In Soulh Carolina for^a ten days visU,, C E Crigger, Charles' digger Jr, W. N. Williams, c. W. Garrigan, and Dr. W. N. Owen were In Walnut Ridge. Friday, for llic! football game. . Miss Bernice Heed and Ted Eis- Ing were in Memphis Friday night fo attend the Spirit of Christmas parade. Miss Madeline Kelley Crowned Steele Queen ' STEELE, Mo - Miss Madeline Kelley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H A Kelley.,was crouned baskel- Uall quceri of Steele high school at HI -ceremony -.preceding the games \\Ilh Cooler "here last night. Miss Kelley, president ol the Lcphomore class, was crowned by B» E Miller, superintendent ol schools. Ouy Stewart Travis was mascot and Gloria Mao Ynrlsro nas' crown bearer, , In the gamei which followed the Slcele hfgli school' boj-s were victorious, 21 to 12, but.tin: local Elrls lost lo Cooler, 47 to 12. Fny Akxander, Stc«le, was high point tcorei, In,, the boys game, white honors in the girls 'game Evangelist Will Open New H ere Tomorrow 'Metoposaurus Back After 140,000,000 Years uc non-denominational. The Kev. Russell Hldgeway, who lias conducted evangelistic meetings in this city, will open the Full Gospel church Sunday. The new building is at Lilly and Radio" Devotional, each Monday Vine s "T° ts ' Thc chllrch is to t 10:30 a. in. over KLCN. ''" """-' l "» n "'"'» l ' n "« l Let all our membership seek to' oc present at the Union Thanksgiving service, First_ Presbyterian "lunch, at 10:00 a. in. the 2)lh. FlltST liAPUST CMUItt'll Walnut ft Eighth Allrtil C'arpciiler, Tailor Sunday scliool, SA-j -j. m. Alvin Hollcy. tupt. Clmrcli. II a. m. Scnnou topic"An Undeveloped Phase of ClirLs- Uunily." Clnii-cli. 7::iO p. m. Sermon topic"God's Gardens." C'lll'HCII OF THC NAXAHKNii li«|ili!i I). llcailcj, Pastor Sunday school. 0:45 a.m. E L Evans, siipt. Morning worship, n a m Scr- iion subject: "The Faith iif Our Fathers." N - Y - P. H.. 0:30 p.m. Evening service. 1:15 p.m. ger- on subject: "The Great Salva- .1011.' , Reck, third vice-president of the slate group, was awarded the prize for chartering the most chapters o( Ihe Children or the Confederacy and Mrs. M. llankins. of Lill!e Hock, prominent, U.n.c. worker and former stale president, was made an honorary president general. in Paragould Wednesday. B. P. Parks left Tuesday for St. Louis, by plane, lo .attend Hie Scottish Rite, held there this week. Clyde R. Wilman left Tuesday lor his home in 31, Louis after speiidhiR a week here attending! The Holy Name society ol the Society Will Serve j Thanksgiving Dinner Today's Contract Problem North lias .arrived at a six heart contracl. Kast and West ti'.-vor culcicd llic bidding. Kasl's oiieiiiag lead is" tlio ten <'t i band be. i ten How $houM Iho V A. 10!t 7 5' » K J 7 3 A Kono (Blind) N W S Dtitti (Blind)- A K Q J 5 V K J C tNono .ij^j * A Q J 0 7 2 •;..'•'•-; Solulion in next IESUC. '.'.pj., to business. Mr. mid Mrs. Hilly Spencer, ol Hint. Mich., arrived, Friday for a few days visit with Mrs. Spencer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pali mer. Mr. and Mrs. George S. Brown visited Mrs. Brown's sister, Mrs. E E. Juden. and family. In Car- .uthcm'illc Sunday. • Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Sewcll accompanied their daughter. Anna Church of Thc Immaculate Conception last night completed plans for a Thanksgiving dinner and bazaar to be held Thursday Nov : 21. at the parish hall. i The sale of tickets is already iri progress and n large attendance, is cxpcclcd • The society has endeavored to lay plans for the dinner and for the amusement and entertainment 01 those who attend r.s will justify Ruth, lo Kennelt Saturday, where (making it »n annual nlfaV ' flic underwent a tojnsilcctomy in | — ___ ' jlhc clinic of Dr. E. L. Spcnce { The 1034 Chevrolet couiw bc- 1 longing to Dr. E. or Cope, which v;as stolen Irom his olllcc on Friday night., u-.is recovered Monday .mght near Gosnel], 'Ark.. "Gube' ! [Cole and Preston Williams Miss Viola.Williams nnd lommy George Wc<J STEELE. Mo.—Miss Viol-i \V11 j Hams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i '• •> • v-'HJii iv JMIilJIlO iirf ' f i,l Itr'li 1 i »*». (held at Kennelt Jail awaillng trial , % Vlll "" ns ' l)ccrimc lllc b ™ic for the theft. °' romm y George, con of Mrs. A. J. Lnngdon jr.. spent Satur' bu.sinc.ss. In Poplar Bluff attending to arrived al s.j x diamonds. One player, foolishly of C0 ,, r5c . lc , 1M acc . So to lib, head and arrived at six no trump. Against six no ti-ump, f4 tmh u :carl was opened by North, which knocked out declarer's laid down seven straight heart, tricks, the war was on. „ - T °P score North and South went ,,10,. Miss Doris Barnelt, of «> lha players who played the Cooler. \ llall d at four spad.es doubled. This Will Complete Bible Study Series Tonight The special scries of Bible studies which have been conducted llic last iwo weeks at the First Christum Church will close lo- ll'otit ...:.!- _ . •*.:** w erved following a sermon by the Rev. Mr. Ridgeway on "The United Slates' ^History According to Bible Prophecy'," in which he will discuss. "Where Is llic Lost Tribe of Israel?" The opening pill be loiluvcil by special services cacli evening, 7:15 o'clock, except un Monday evenings. • Illustrated sermons will be featured, according to llic new paslor. The Rev. II. U. Montgomery is pastor of (lie new church. (iiihl in elm-hen's Craw SITKA, Alaska (UP)— Millions ol ollars' worth ol gold has been lipped from Alaska lo Seatlle. ionic of it apparently \s going ick. As Mrs. Josephine Brojack rcssed a. chicken shipped from Settle, she found in its.craw a gold uggel worth $2.50. BERKELEY, Cal. (UP)—Aflcr an absence of some »0,000,00l) years, Ihe incloposaurus has returned— but he isn't his old self. In fact, tfie miniature amphibian in the University of California Museum of Pulcntology is only a clay model of the extinct creature which, scientists say. was a distant relative of present-day salama'n ders. The model war, constriicled bj sculptors. Adcle Slackpole and Au drey Horn. It was modelled fron a skull and olher skeleton remain dug up in the painted. Desert, o Arizona recently. Palcntilogisls'-'es limaied frorri tlie fossil' renutliL. lliat Itic nietop'osaiirus was' aboil eight or ten feel long. •11.011131 LUTHERAN IHIUKCH "• .', Klciniliensl. r:isl llr «>'nday school, 8:45 a. m. — ^..^ Special preparatory service. D:3l) Sermon theme: ".lesus Ciirht- Our Great Migh Pf ic 5l ." Adult Bible Class, G:30 p. ,„. Evening Worship. 7:30 p. ,„' pennon theme: "Royal Aditllcr- Spcclal Tli; Thursday. 7;3o Bible Fundamentals' (jlaxs t'ny, 7 p. in. A cordial welcome is extend,:, o all to visit our services. -Enter into his 8;U es will, ihanksgiv- ing, and into his C011r( , .° jt , praise: be Mianklul unto hi,,,, !mt bless Ins name. For H, c Lord- i good; his mercy is everlasting: nnd his truth cndurcth to all iiencn- tions." Psalm loo, 4.5. The school children ol Bedford sji.re. EIIB., are taller ami lioavic than ll-.ose of tlie «amp auc we' 'n.»33. The nvcraBC i.ic^.T weight in the 12-year-old B roup .. a pound and a lull, v.uis oiw-sixti of an inch iciease in Height. I'etcr the Great o: '"cc ordered al Russians to cut their i )c . lrcls ,' cause his whiskeis were Iccb'e ii growth. Urqiiarhnrl, in a ceremony per- fcimcd at the Steclc hotel 'Friday afternoon by Max L. Kcllcy, jus-j lice of the peace. Their attendants I «'C-re Mrs. Albeit Kclley aim Miss' Evelyn Biggarl. Sleele 0. E. S. Elects nig lit with a sermon by Ihc Re ., _, -"•• '"vii tjj in^ ivt; v. .r '.'"H-cnvortli on "The Un- pardonablc Sin: Audiences have Stcclc Chapter No. 330, Order ol Ihc Eastern Star, Thursday night Ihc following olltcers were elected: Ester Callens, worlliy matron; nnd , II ' e f for llolllc li>lcnt the largest crowa of the -.., «bULi.m ft .m; ftiiu. ' i I . — is-'jv vi^nu ui VIIL ftLl you can picture what his partner if "J ln B P'^ent last night to see thought, because when North pot,!" 10 ™monstralion ol the Passover m wilh tin- king of diamonds and f, 111 ! 1 * 1 '- Ti 'e OZ group vclaincd '*'•' "" -- ' " hrlr -" t lead of three points ON group. Tonight is / Society night and the night of the attendance con- " ;clr STEELE. Mo.-Al mccling of C. p. Howard, worthy patron, Sadie Crews, awoclate matron; J. J-'. Patterson, associate patron EIII-' Myrant, secretary; Georgia nc.l treasurer; Louise Miller, conduct-' res;;' Huby Ashley, associate con- ! nnclrcss; Ruth Patterson, chap-' lain; Pearl Hodges. marshal; Kathcllnc Miclilc, organist. Road Courier News VJHIII M\ $10 Reward Will pay sin.OO Casli lo anyone furnishing Information llial will locate for me Ihe present whereabouts of Charley Thompson. ,1 while man who has for the past several years been working In Hie logging and timber business around Gosncll and Calumet. When last heard ol he was hauling loss on a 1032 Model Ford 4-Cyiindsr TIL'-': at "Wisconsin Crossing" in Missouri just across (he Stale Line liilch north of Call,met. He Is tail and thin and usually wears a wide Texas hat. Write or bring your Information to lhe : Courier News. Confidential and no questions asked. For Rcslurcd Buying Power TOLEDO (UP) — The buyin power of the people, especial! those who have helped build tl imtion in'time of peace, and wr vclerans who have saved it i time of war, must be restore Congressman Wright Palnian, i Texas, lold a Democratic nil here. Relail sales of merchandise Ihis country amounted lo '$53 GCp.OOO.OW in 1929. Turkey Dinner and Bazaar CATHOLIC HALL Thanksgiving Day Dinner Supper 12 lo 2 5 to 7 Price 50c EVERYBODY WELCOME I NUD5 A- VACUUM Sunday Nile Supper Menu No. L Buked young hen wilh celevy dressing Green beans, Baked corn Pear Salad Rolls with butter CoJ'fee, Sweet milk or Buttermilk Chocolate Pie with whipped cream or Ice Cream 85c Menu No. % Minute Steak Carrots in cream sauce Green beans, Creamed potatoes Pear Salad Rolls with butter Coffee, Sweet milk or Buttermilk .. Chocolate Pie with whipped cream Ice Cream 35c AT Main & Hruadway •, , Main & Second "You're Down Town, When You're at Kirby's

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