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P&QB TWO BLYTnEVTLLB, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Society Calendar Tqesitaj Mrs. Hunter o. Sims IE having the TusscUy. Contract club. . The •'. Tuesday Luncheon club Is meeting with Mrs, Henry Humphreys; . . . . ' Mrs. Stephen H. Broolts Is ha\s iag the Matinee Bridge club. . Mrs., W. Owen Blue Is hostess to the Ectre . Nous Bridge club, The New ' Wednesday club Is meeting with Mrs. A. 0. Ward. The. Junior High school Parent- Teacher association will havo the election of 'officers, at 3:30 o'clock. Thursday Mrs. J. Louis Cherry is having the: Mid- Week Bridge cliib. 'The Young Matrons Bridge club is meeting with Mrs. Matt Mona,- ghan, Jr. : ilrs. W. M. Taylor ts having the Elliott Fletcher Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. Mrs. J. A. IxKCh Is having the Thursday Luncheon club, tor holidays as guests of Mr. anil Mrs. Hobm Bailey. ,..- M,iss Ma i (ha'Robinson vfaited In Hoi Springs lor Easter. Miss Belle \Vliilsitt Olid MUs Ada Dunavnnl sent yesterday )ii Porasould '.vllli relatives. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Wlnford anil sen, Mr. iind Mrs. W. M. Berry, Musical Club Meets. '•The-McDowell Music club met Saturday afternoon at the home of .Mrs.'C. V. Sebaugh when Misses Louise Anderson, GcraMlne Freeman and Jeanetta Jean Sebaugh were- hostesses; After a. brief business session in Which Miss Margaret Ozmcnl presided, these piano solos we.re given: Misses June Workman, Josephine Bryeans, William A. Moore, Jc&nct- ta Jean Sebaugh, Colcen Holland followed with duets by Misses June Workman and Louise Anderson, Christine and Josephine Bryeans. Miss June Workman gave a reading and the .leader, 'Miss Mhinla' Lee Jones, Instructed the In a thirty-minute lesson. pupils . It : was "announced that n basket of. fruit ;iuid flowers was sent Clinton Masscy who is seriously ill. Guests; for the program wcr.o: Mrs."Ed Anderson, Mrs. John Bly- ihe, Mrs. C..V. Sebaugh, Mrs. B;r- tie Permento- and Miss Mildred Tillman,. of Luxora. - A dainty Ice course was served. Wartl-Biirrcss. . A marriage ' license was issued yesterday, to Miss Dora Burgess, and Mr. Q. W; Ward, both of Portag'e- ville,- Mo; ' • ' ' • -' Eltiert Huffman returned ... Southwestern university at -Mem-* phis; today aftery "spending the weekend with his parents, Mr. aifi;Mrs. E. M. Huffman. He was accompanied by Robert Cabiness, of. Florence, Ala., who was his houseguest.' ''"..' . ' ~ MlEs-LUlle Scott, of Memphis, £psnt yesterday with her brother. Mr. arid.-Mrs. Milton H. Allenberg, and daughter, Ruth Ann, accompanied by Mrs., AUVribcrg's brother, Ben Levy jr., and their aunt. Miss Addle Levy, of Memphis, spent yesterday- here. Mrs. Byron Bartholomew and two, sons, of Memphis, are visiting spent ycslcrduy in Memphis. Mrs. Sam Hend has as her gucsis last week Mrs. J. A. McAdoo nnd daughters, of Paragould, and Mrs. A, S. Hamilton, of Memphis. Judge Zal'B. Harrison spent Sunday in Memphis with Mrs. Harrison who Is at the Methodist hos- pltul. Her condition Is greatly Improved. Miss Mildred Lucy, of Memphis, spenl Easter wilh her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Pccry. She came up Thursday and her mother, Mrs. Flora Lucy, cnmc Saturday. Mrs. E. C. Pallon and son, Clyde Wllmoii, nre In Memphis and New port for several days stay. Phillip Barnes, of Memphis, Is Ihe guest of Dr. and Mrs. C. 0 Stevens for several days. O. H. Hurley and Walter Hurley Jr.,' of Newport 5i>cnt yesterday In tho city. Fred Fowler attended to business In Newport the last of the week. Mrs. Lewis Wilson Is able to bu up following several days Illness. Fraiik Field, of Eldon, 'Mo., spcnl the week-end with his parents, Mr and Mrs. J. J. Field. Ulnklc Wettlnkamp and Oscar Hardaway spent Easter' in Memphis. J. L .Guard Is Improving aller several days illness from influenza. Colcy Hall, of New Madrid, Mo., was a visitor in the clly^ye'sterday. Dr. W. H. Scnrbro, of Jonesboro, spent today '. here on business. Mr, and Mrs. H. n. Ingram of Con way are in Ihe city for several days, on business. Bert Lynch 1 Jr., is icturiilng to Columbia,. NIo.^ today aflcr v spcnd- Ing. Easter .\vlth his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. B. A. Lynch. ' Miss -Marion '.Thornbcrry has returned lo'Milwaukee, WIs., where she Is a lenchcr in n high sshoDl, after spending ft week with Mr. nii:l Mrs. H.' A. Smllh and ether t.vlcii:!s. Misses -Elizabeth Halsy and.'Mar t^ba.-Chambers, sludents at .13Iuy Mounloim' college al Blue Mountain,.Miss,,-.are at home for a brief holiday. : ' Mrs. Allan Walton is In Memphis .for u visit jjlth -.her daughter,. Mrs: Berry B. Brooks Jr.,'mid Mr. Brooks. Ira-Wright, .of-Osceoln, spent Sunday witli his sister, Miss Era Wright.. Miss Rosa M: Hardy was in Gates, Teiin., for the week-end. Mrs. Braxlon Bragg, of Osceola, 6]>ciit Sunday here. Miss.Grace Lowery had as liei guest for the week-end Miss Keltli Orest of- Stcele. ' • John W. Gny Is ill nt his home In Armorel. W. M. Crow and son, Melvin, of "i, Ark., visited here during the vc-re at Helena last night for the dance which began ul 12:01 a. in. Miss Kallicrlne Lnwler had as icr guest yesterday Byron Mackay, of Carulhersvlllc- Miss Nclllo Johns returned to Union university at Jackson, Tcnn., yesterday alter several dnys visit with her parents. Mi 1 . au:l Mrs. N. Johns. Eugene Rullcdgo, of Chicago, who foriiwrly lived here, is visiting relatives in the city. A. D. l.atlmer, of AiiRiista, Ga., is expected to arrive Wednesday to Join Mrs. Lattmcr who has been the houscguesl of lh?lr son, the Rev. E. K. Lallmcr, ami family, for several weeks. They will be accompanied home by Mr. l.atlmer who expects to spend a month In Goor- gla and the Carolina; following a nervous breakdown several weeks ago. Miss Ajnes Barton spent the Easter holidays In Thaycr, Mo, with relatives. Mrs. R. L. Gnm?s nnd daughter •cturncd Sunday from Dycrsburg, Tom., where slw visllcd her par- enls, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Newblll. Mr. nnd Mrs. Virgil Greene fiV^nt yesterday in Memphis T. W. Davis and daughters, Catherine nnd Marporie, of Memphis were In the city Saturday. They formerly lived here. ola yesterday aficmoon, Ihe guests Including Mary Jean AHHck and Charles Airilcfc Jr., of Blythevllle. - Candy-lllled Easter rabbits wera awarded little Miss Bctlle Anne Wiiltwoiih and Bruce Ivy Jr., who 'ound the greatest number of eggs, and a frown dessert was served fol- owing the hunt. Mrs. Dean Hatcher yesterday cn- .crtalued a number of small friends with tin Easter egg hunt on her lawn. The guests Included Missss Alice Elizabtth, Elsie Jane, Mary Pate, Anna Sue and Genevieve Fletcher of Warden, Pearl Cart- wrlglil, Martha Jane Cartwrlght Harold Slier, Manilla Ann Bir'cf ami Mary Florence Birch. A box of Easier candy was awarded Gcncvlevc Fletcher, who. found the golden egg, and Elsie Jane Fletcher won a decorated Easter basket for finding the 'greatesl number of eggs. 4 » • The annual election of officers o: the Osceola Progressive club \vlll be held at (lie regular monthly meeting In the club rooms at the court house tomorrow afternoon. ; A (lower exchange will be part.of the program prepared. by Ihe garden and home department of the club and hostesses will be Mes- A Series Explaining the Contract Bridge Systems BY WM. K. McKEN.N'EV Secretary American Bridge League The following examples show the proper.' responses to the one club bid when the club convention 05 compiled by John li. Law and V, F,- Boland of Cleveland Is used. We will again assume that East and West always pass. South In all cases holds the same hand and has the required slrcnglh to open with u one club forcing bid, ALL NORTH HANDS ~ (E) S—K-4-3 II—B-G U—A-Q-7-5-3 C-A-C-4 (O) S—K,-<HO-4 H—10-8 D—<(-]-5-3 C—A-6-4 (F) S-4-2 U—10-8-6-2 1)—<l-7-3-3 C—A-K-6 (II) S—K-4-2 U—10-8- G D—Q-8-1-3 C—A-K-6 Russell Marr has returned from]dames J. D. Smith, M. L; Sumns^s, several weeks visit In St. Louis and other points. Misses Elizabeth and Evelyn Blythe and Ruth Whltworlh were vlsllors hi Osceola yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. B. A Hale had as their guest Saturday Miss Mary Blakcburn, of Shnwnec. Miss Blake-burn nnd Miss Edna Hale were students, together at the University of Arkansas. Osceola Society-—Personal Bill Morse, son of Mr. and Mrs. .Byron Morse, returned home today from Jonesboro where he sp^nt Easter wilh relatives. Miss Elsie Garner, of Memphis, W. Deck Johnston. John Mahan left last night for Alton, III., whore he IsNa student Mr.:.and Mrs. W. B. Langdon, Mr. at Western Military Academy, afle: and Mrs. Welch Foster for' the j spending the holidays with his Easter holidays. .They . were- oc- parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mahan. ccapanlcd by. Miss ' Kathryn Harold-'Stenibere, who altemls Browne,' also 'of Memphis. Joe Petenthil was a visitor in Southwestern university at Mem- Phis, spent th> weekend with his Memphis Sunday for the ball game, mother, Mrs. S. S. Slernbcrg. Mr. and Mrs. Aaron .Rosenthai; Miss Jane Buck returned to motored to Memphis Sunday for: Memphis, where she is a student at ths <ia y- . I St. Mary's, after spending a week's Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Norris' vacation with her parents, Mr! anil were visitors In Memphis Sunday ; Mrs. C. M Buck. afternoon for the ball gam.:. ! Mrs. L. u McDcannan. of Lux- Mrs. Robert E. Lee King returned j ora, is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. I Saturday from Dexter, Mo., where: R.' Johnson today. the spent two and a half weeks | Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Lenti spent with" her daughter,'Mrs Hugh !^cl-, yesterday In Memphis. sen Thompson, and- family." . j Joe Applcbanm, 7,. and Richard Mr. and Mrs. O. \V. 'McCutchsu' Jied.?!, accompanied by Miss Eva are in Bateiviile. Ark, for the Eas-! Barltowitz, of 'Portagevllle Mo roitras-Carlwright. A wedding o! intcrcsl lo n wld; circle of friends In Mississippi coun- ly wna that of Miss Mary Bowen Cartwrlghl of Osccola nnd Roger Poitras of Montreal. Cunada, solemnized In Blythcville Saturday af- Icrnoon at 4 o'clock nt the home of Ihc Rev. Mnrsli M. Callnway. pastor of the First Presbyterian church of ulylhevllle, who officiated. ' Guesls at the wcildlns includotl only the following relatives nnd In llmnle friends of Ihc brills, all of Osceola: Mrs. F. B. Hale, Mrs. R A Cartwright, Misses Julia Crnlg and Nina Oliver and Howell Nicholson. .'The brlrtc wore a charming afternoon frock of black anil while figured net wilh' accessories to harmonize. Her hat was black straw trimmed in white gardenias and sho wore black kid slippers with white trimmings. Mr. and Mrs. Poilras left Oscc- i oln Sunday for an automobile trip i to Miami, Fla., where (hey will I spend the month of April, niter i which they will be al home in Moni treal, where Mr. Poitras will be associated wilh his lather In business. (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Cartwrlght and a granddaughter of Mrs^ N. G. Carlwright of Osceola. She was one of the most popular members of (he younger society set here. , Mr. Poitras is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Wilfred Poilras ot Ibervllls, Province of Quebec, Cauadn. He was educated at O'Sulllvnn Business college, Montreal, and Vlctorlavllle Commercial college in Victoria, province of Quebec. During the past season Mr. Pottrns wns an employs at the Blackstoue hotel In Miami. Fia., where Miss Cartwright spent the winter. Ed Tcnford, Claude Thomason and da Tucker. • * * The High School P. T. A. 'will lied Wednesday afternoon in the sahool auditorium where the home economics and Industrial arts 'departments of the school'will have nn exhibit of their year's work on display. * * • Mr. and Mrs. George Geyer Adams of Lltlle Koch spent the week end here guests of Mrs. Adams' mother, Mrs. John white. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Huglisy and sninll daughter. Sue Clay of Memphis were Easter guests of Mrs Huglicy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lovewell. C. B. Young, who is a student of the law department of Vanderbil University, is spending Easier holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs C. n. Young in Osceola. Mrs. Agatha L. Wilks nnd Dan Fullz left yesterday for a moto trip |o St. Louis, where they wll visit Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shusterm relatives of Mrs. Wllks. They wll be accompanied home next Frlda by Mrs. Wilts' cousin,' Mrs. Ne Cunningham. Jack, Adcl ami AUalr Hook, chil tlrcn of Mrs. J. H. Hook, arc-?re- coyeving from Influenza. Mr. and Mrs. A. Cant/ay nnd A. B. Fajrfletd were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey While yestsrday. •'" Attending the Mississippi County Baptist Workers Council in Blythc- ville today are the following Osccola Baptisls: Rev. o. E. Welch, Ly-. man Sheildan, Mesdames Roy Dll- larcl, J. E. Birchfield, I. S. Burton Wm. Stewart, R. H. Jones, Ida' Tucker. M. L. Simmers, T. R. Tiu- dlc, Ada Butler, C. C. Bowen aiid Miss Coiinne Welch. Mrs. Hale Jackson, who has been confined to her bed for [he pnsi ten days, is somewhat Improved today. SOUTH S—A-6-3 H—A-K-J-7 D-K-J-0-6 C—8-3 Hand E South has bid a club, informing same u his hci hearts. Bid by South I original three si the ch: belter 1 four-card bid, he strength iis partner tlial ains three unil his hand con- one-half tricks. >).orlli r with the ho'.ding as shown n this hand, would respond with wo diamonds. If he were to re- pond wilh a diamond, this would how a hand containing less than wo quick tricks and as the hand ontains better than two quick ricks, North Is forced to respond with two diamonds'. South would then show two icnrts and North, In order to de- heart support, would bid two 10 trump. South would then support his partner's diamond bid bidding three diamonds. As irth has both the clubs and Ihe spades stopped and knows that ins partner has strength in nt least one of those two suits, he goes lo thres no trump. Supposing, however, that North's hand were shy the of spades and the ace of clubs. When eouth bid one club, North would respond with one diamond. North would make the same rc- suonse if he held five hearts to the ace queen and the eight and six of .diamonds. This denies two tricks. South would then show one heart, North holding liarsd E, ding v.'hcn this club cunvculiun is employed will be shown in IUT morrow's .article. 3Ef5 of clubs and the king and f spades. He has also a spade suit, therefore his to his partner's one club lie spade. The Uo part- ave now determined that Ml be bid. South shows irt suit by bidding two North denies the heart bidding two no trunv). hen supports his partner's spade bid by bidding rade's, but North feels that ances of going game are n no trump than with his rd spade suit and there- Is three no trump, which e contract. .Hand II spouse lo Smith's o:ie club orth bids cue no irump. bids two hearts and North the heart suit by bidding Iruinu. South cannot re- four-ciird suit, aiid as lie other good four-card suit, ast assume that North's i is distributed and his bid under this club con- is three no trump, ght, 1031, NBA Service, inc.) •al cxamnlcs of Uam bid- Alberta Ross Is State Winner in Speaking /Contest Miss Alberta Ross, employe of the local office of the Arkansas-Missouri Power company, will represent Arkansas In the public speaking contest sponso:ed by the Na- llonnl Electric Light association. Having won the state contest Friday night at Hot Springs, she will go to Mineral Wells, Tex., April 24, to the southwest contest. The winner of the next contest goes to the regional contest, the place and date to be announced later, and that winner goes to Atlantic City in June for the national event. The grand prizes for first and second honors are 51,000 each for men 'and women contests for first awards with $500 each for second honors. Miss Ross won over seven contestants. She defeated Miss defeated Miss Eunice Jenkins in a preliminary here recently among the company's employes. At the Hot Spilngs contest she represented this company, enc hcompiny of this kind sending one contestant for the wo- .men's and one men's employes public speaking contests. C. V. Sebaush represented the Cootcr Students QuaSii for County Literary 1 Cooler lilgli School have held preliminaries to see who are qualified to represent (he sell the county literary m:*t, \ will be held at on early iale Three contests were he! Boys' Declamation — s Johnnie Copland won first, Mack Brown, second; Boys Johnnie Copland, first, and Tucker, second; Girls' solo, Castman, first, and Opal Sta second. Girls' Decla'.natlcn- ous, Cleo Vaughn, first, whil lian Funderburk and Nellie mons tted-for second; Girls clamatlon— Humorous, was \von by Roberta White, M finished second. Mother Disowns Freak C SIL.TCOOS LAKE, Ore. W heifer calf wit hheavy, broad ders of a cougar and smal pointing backward has bee owned by Its mother here. it was born in the rain and left tho mother refusing to nurse face is broad and flat, with long sharp fangs in the Ir Ihe mouth and two on the 1 Slves t!ie impression of a cc i Osceola School Students Will Give One Act Play OSCEOLA, Ark.. April C.—"Grand Mother Pulls the Siring." a one- act play, which studcnU of t'ne Osceola High schoDl will present in the annual state dramatic contest at- Fayettcville, Ark., on April 11, will be presented ill the high school auditorium -here Tuesday evening. Proceeds from the box office receipts will be used to defray expenses of the cast to Fayettevllle where they will represent, northeast Arkansas In the animal state competition. West End Drug Store Moves to East Main The Weil Emi drug store, under the management of J. W. Ham mcccck, has moved from its loca lion near Main and 21st for th store has not yet bean selected. Floyd Chaffin and Miss Lucille Welch, both students at Jonesboro Baptist Colics,?, returned to the college today after spending the Easier: holidays • in Osceola'' with Miss Welch's sister, Mrs. Andrew Florida and Mr. Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Florida also had as their guests last night, Eirl Burks, formerly of Blythevllte and at present n ministerial student at Union University. Jackson, Tcnn. Miss Louise Jones, who cf contained a real diamond This South would pass as .he, knows there cannot be game whhout at least .two .quick tricks lu his partner's hand. Il.lild F In response to SoutlVs bid of me club, North would bl8 one no rump. His hand contains two quick tricks—the ace and king of clubs—and as he has no biddable suit, he must make a positive re- iponsc by bidding one no trump. South would then show two learts. There is no necessity for Sorlh to jump th? bid to four hearts. Remember that with a positive response to the club forcing bid, bidding must be kept open until game Is arrived at, there- e North gives his partner a chance lo show another suit by simply bidding three hearts South would go to three no trump to show that his heart suit was only a four-card suit and as North's hand is better fitted lo play a suit than no trump, he would bid four hearts. Hand G North has two quick tricks— I been wilh the drug store number of years. for Boyd White, six-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey While, wns host to twenty children who hunted Easter eggs on the spacious lawn cf the While home norlh of Osce- pROUP nod edt X$\ WICKS \w w VAPORUB OVEfft? M1LIION JARS USED YEARLY Spasmodic Croap U freqaon rdkvedbyoct»pplicmfaono(— icn of the company. The trip to Hot Springs was made y Mr. and Mrs. O. p. Moss, Mrs. J.aric Hickman, Misses Eunice Jenins and Alberta Ross and C. V. Freighter Has Unique Record NEW ORLEANS. (UP)—Unique mong freighters Is the Labette, of He Dixie Steamship company. In iiree years only one member of .s crew of 31 has been an alien. C. A. Soyland, master, in eom- lenting on Ills All-Amerlcan crc\v. said he 'believed Americans made he most intelligent sailors. lomv,- easily calf's body. The calT ed on a'.' No Wonder Lovely Women Like It! No wonder beautiful women love 1 ., this new face powder made by es-'" elusive French process. GLO stays on longer. MELI.O-'." Prevents'' 1 large pores. So smooth and fine; it blends naturally with any com- 1 ple.tion and gives fresh, youthful •' bloqm. No irritation. Nc flaky-' or pasty look. Never leaves the skin dry. It's wonderful! , —Adv. 14 Courier News Want Ads Pay. home from Jonesboro Baptist College to spend Easter holidays with her parents, Mi-, and Mrs. R. H. Jones, in Osceola, will remain for several days while receiving treatment for an intolcd toe. SAME PRICE torover 40 DRS. 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"At Your Service" I wish lo appeal Lo the voters by standing squarely upon my reputation as a eitizen and business man )f -Blythevllle for the past 18 years. I have promised no man a job and will not do so until after Elec- ion. and feel confident thai all such appoiulees will be satisfactory lo a large'majority of voters. of lion • My opponents' claim that I would lax all washwo men is as unreasonable as imlrne, and thai I would appoint a lot of "Undesirables" as peace officers do es not fit in with their chum that Blue Laws would be enforced to the limit. A, B. FAIRFIELD Candidate For Mayor

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