The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 17, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 17, 1937
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PAGE f\VO BLYTJI13VJLKK (AHK.) COUlllL'K Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mis L H Mooie having Tlmrs- iny Bridge club. Mrs C W Affllcl having 'hiirsday Luncheon cht'o. Mrs B A Lynch cnloitainhig .lid-Week Bridge club. .Yarbfo Missionary Society incet- ng with Mrs. Ernest French tor . ineellng Aunoiel P T A meeting .U Intentionally Takes Losing to Gain Desired Lead icliool, .2:30 P. M., following cx- botiid meeting In llbraii il 3 1 M Mis Edgar Bonim Imliip. Thursday Contract club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs J T Phillips and Mis r B. Joyncr entertaining Music tic- jartmcnt "of Woman's club at club, 3 P M Fidells • Sunday School class. First Baptist chinch, having sup- lier meeting at home of Mrs. Will Rogers, 711 Ltllj. 7PM Golden Rule Sunday School class of the First Christian church will hive a paTtv at the home of Mru J D Smilh, on Dougan A\e 7 30 iiy \V.M. r:. jiciu:NNi-:v Swr-iar), Ami'Vtran midst l.caRm: An end piny nt bridge usually comes near the end of u hand, when declarer Is able to throw a chosen opponent into the lead and force him to' make u play 'lhat will net an extra .trick. Usually such n nll- tiatlon Is built up. but now nnd then there ninw up n hand In which nil end play develops almost naturally with the opening lead. Today's Is an example. West, before Ihc dummy went down, thought | rc-luslalled as president; Mvs. Hoy | Wallon is the new vice president; i Mrs. Dixie Crawford, who hud been filling an micxplred term as secretary, was elected lo Unit ofnec; Mr.s. James n. Clark tvas rrck'cted historian; Mrs. o, W. Ulllaliunly, Alfred . Carpenter having p.m. Mrs. . Easter i«itj for King's Danghlers Sunday School, class, First B.ipt 1st church, 7. P. M. Community Stunt Night pio gram, high school auditorium, 8 P M SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs.. Lloyd Stlckmon and Mrs. Hurray Small linvlng p F O luncheon , at the Stlckmon house. 1 pm Baptist Woinrn Have a Study "The Spanish and Portuguese .Speaking. People" was the tncine studied bv the 05 members of the Woman5 Mhsionarj Union of tlic First Baptist church who attended a f meeting at llic churrh Monday. afternoon for the regular Rojal l,a had n fine chance to beat the contract. That his confidence was even though the end play did not coinu until the twelfth trick, when West wns forced lo make the losing lend. Sotith won the opening diamond lead with Ihc queen, and returned a diamond, clearing tlic suit. Now the heart wns finessed, not with the expectation of winning (lie d wns sooti demomtrntcd who had , Kervlng nn appointment as treasurer, was elected to that oince. Circle chairmen will be: Mrs. ftlvcs Allen, Mrs. s. E. Vail, Mrs. II. II. lloiichlns and Mrs. Stiiiirt H. Salmon. The "Cuiise" "ccrclarlcs arc: Mrs. Fred Sande- fnr, foreign missions; Mrs. K. U, Carpenter, home missions; Miss Emma Kate Richards, clulsttan cil- ucatton and inlnLsterla! lellef; Mrs. W. A. Dobyns. religious educallon; Mrs. K. A. Hnlc. synodlcnl nnd Presbylcrial home niKslons; Mi's. B. R. Allen, sulrlliml life; Mrs. Hay Woithlnalon, lllcnilnre; Mrs. z«l 11. Harrison, clnlstlnti social service; Mrs. rtoss Slovens, iwstor's aid; Mrs. IS Mrs C E Parks used ACls 4 foi . the devotional reading and Mi-, Walter Bishop and Mrs Hov llcirt offered prasois Talks on the subjects weic nndc by. Mrs. R. H. Small, Miss Cordelia ;WHhite, Mrs, W. M.. Williams and Mrs Llo\d Stlckmon nnd the Rtv Alfred Carpenter told of tile rcllgl dUs censjis to'be made/ befoie Ihe spring evangelistic uncling , < . v . Circles Met I ^ Circles'of the Woman s Mission ary Society of the riist Methodist church had 'record attendances in their meetings Mcmd.ij afteinoon In circle ) Mis u Ljim Wade nnd Mrs John PC at heist on vvuc • hostesses at- the: wade residence •when there ^vere 22 inembeis T new member, MIS W H MlnjniO and thice visltoib the Rev Mi Wade, the Rev E w Pottei of Jonesboro and the Rev Ljmau Biigcr of Dyess picscnt Tlie RCV Mr Potter nnd the Hev Mr Ilargcr me conducting the evangelistic meeting n't the chinch Mis W r Brewer gave Ihc devotional nnd Mrs James Hill Jr the Bible studj Mrs Joe Trlcschman san« Some Day Hell Make It plain ntid tl'c A K 10'J 81 V 'J HU * K a + Q7U Bits of News Mostly Personal linrl Brownlee, of Dell, left Sunday lo nttcntl uraughon's SchiKil of Dusiiii'M ut Memphis. Mis. Uiinipy Creivs and baby, of liijiley, Tenn., were guests of Mrs. dews' mint, Mrs. blly Slsk ; for Ihc weekend. A A Q J V CJIU 6 •! # -1:1 * K J 9 8 W N V32 « J2 + 5432 A None . •• V AKJ 7 + AQ 1097GD Smith :t V lUibljer—All vul. Weil- North Kasl . I'as's Pas's 4 4 V Double Pass Opening iltad,—{> • PilSS Pass Pass L. Kpvadlcy. social ncmiiuv Plans we're mndc for thp "clean up" t\ny Ilia urouij will linvc Friday morning, beginning at 0 o'clock, when Ihc members rill meet tu clean 'the church tor Its annual Service progrim Mrs U W Mill- 'spring clciining." Tlvc llnal delull.s lins \\as leader were lilso announced for Ihe all day meeting of . Ihe entire auxiliary Mondny, beginning nt MM o'clock, at tlie 'church, wileii Mrs. o. A. Forbes of Wynne, prcsbytcrlnl president, Mrs. W. W. Draper of For-i rest Cits', mission secretary of pre3- uytcrial, ami the president of the Woman's Auxiliary in the Wynne church will be guests of lioiior. While the niccliue is culled an "Of- lluis haliilng sjiool" It is for nil the mcmbcis Mrs nnncock hns an- iioiiiici'd. Lunch- will be sewed at U'c meeting, to be concluded at 2:30 o'clock. The 32 present heard Mrs. Stuart H. Snlmoh tjivc the devotional on 'Head Over All Tilings to the Church.' Circle 3 was .hostess and refreshments' were served by Mrs. James 11. Bell, Mrs. Harmon Taylor nnd Miss Louise' Dobyns, who were dressed as girls In colonial days. * • » Clitl) .Meets. Mis C R IJabcock linil the Tuos- diiy Bridge club for Hindi this week. In the card games which followed 1 .Mrs. M. A. Isaacs won high, and Mrs. i-'loyd While, second high. _ „ Itas I'uily fur l)alif;lilcr Ticv Mr Birger sing Ivon Pit- Mra !<• S. Benish entertained 1ft aces' ulth Mrs S J laukirslej UUlc 5>lii<; and boys with a party at the piano _ Monday afternoon hi honor of Circle 2 inct'at the home of Mrs. (her daughter, Jena, who cclcbrnt- G O Hubbaid nhen Mrs l-rxd ed hn fouith blithdiiy. Wsrren «as also hostess The 2o Kasti-i liaskUs lillcd wllti gaily present hcaid Mrs A B FiiHield 'coloicd iggs Ice cream and ii give the devotional In uhlch MIS bhthilav cake marie the iififriibon W M Taylor offeicd pra>er Ihe •• Inppv one foi the guests who .sum. of S20 was collected for the I played games after hunting the calendar find nnd Mrs Edwin Easier nc.sls. Jones chairnnn, appointed Mrs Ll- ton W Klrbj and Mrs E D Toi- EUson to decorate-the church cadi Sunday duiimj Ajiril, Mai and June Mrs. Rlley B. Jones entertained .circle 3 when tbc 20 present in eluded one visitor Mrs lliru Kir finesse, but' with 't|le .hop-j of. (liiiH- Ing west, 'in. his cliolcs of (ilays. West crijild see! that tie was in difficulties, '.but made ills bast choice. l|'e. in If I < down the ace of spades, fimilli ruffed. Novi' dcolnrer led four: rounds of dliiiuonds. 'ihcn he laid iltwii tlie two lilgli hcnris and ilircw ; .West, Into tlio lend with the last heart. West allll .fought 6n, le.ull J. 1). Williams, of Luxora, Is n pnllenl nt the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mr.s. W. M. Taylor, of Kciser, hns been admitted to the Memphis Baptist hospllal, j i Mr. and Mrs. George Smith 11 were In Memphis Monday on busl- 11 ness. Mr. and MLS. J. P. Holland returned last night from Detroit. Mich., having driven up for a new car. They left here Saturday, immediately after their arrival home from port Myers and other paints In Florida. They purchased a trailer which they used on the trip, Mrs. Ralph Nichols and (laughter. Martha, have returned from Jonosboro, whore they sjtcnt Ills weekend with rcliillves. Mr. mid Mrs. Hussell plillllju and daughter, Betty, and son, Russell, will leave tomorrow for the west coast of Florida, where they will spend two weeks. They are making the trip with a trailer. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Buck. Sam lltieh. Jack uitck, Mr.s. Karl Walker and Mrs. J. n. Buck returned . . . vcstcrday from Memphis where RAPPER FANNY WKDNUSDAY. MArtCtt 17, 19§7 CUT BEAUTIFUL New Garden Organization Launched at Meeting Last Night Plans for the proposed Clythe- villc garden club were discussed In a meeting last night at the Chamber of Commerce room in tlie city hall and it was voted to complete organisation of a mcct- ing next Tuesday night. At last night's meeting It was decided the organization's purpose would be the beaiitificatlon of Blytlieville through the improvement of individual gardens and by sponsoring a general beautliicu- llon program for the city, the details of which will be completed at the next meeting. H. F. Kirshner. who served us temporary chairman, appointed a committee of J. Louis Cherry, Mrs. J. A. Leech, Loy Welch, Mrs. w. L. Homer and himself to draw up n constitution. It was announced lhat $100 has already been donated for prizes in a contest which the club plans to sponsor. A number of interesting I plans were advanced, which will greater results In years lo follow. 71 was also (he consensus of Ihu members.that u general clean-u]i I program i.s the fim step to be In the beautification program, it was announced that if Blytlieville citizens will cooucralB by cleaning their o'vn back yards and putting rubbish in containers Ihe organization can begin its beautification program at once. Members of the new group plan to exchange plants nnd bulbs ami to study gardening. It was voted to enlarge the membership to include all men and women who are interested and lo make a drive for members at -ice. Members enrolled last night were: Mr. and Mrs. Loy Welch, Mr. and Mrs. c. G. -Smith, Doyle HendcKon, Mr. and Mrs. Hai'iy W. Haines, Mrs. J. A. Leech Mrs W. L. Homer, R. p. Kh'sbner Mr.s W J Pollard. Mr. and Mrs Louis Cherry, j. M e )l Brooks Rodney L. Banister, Mrs. James Ji Clark and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris' /- 1 *_.. i i » •• ••*.!*, »u t i\iii;eu, WiiiHl "Mind i! Iborroiv vour twce/CTS, l''anriv? I'm'•rooniim'inv cactus (or l!if be <icci[ie<l "l )0 » »< the next n fa ' ' ">8 £0 that definite steps ma j ... : '"ken at once. Because it is al- meet- y IK Lake City. Utah. 5112 was accompanied by her cousin. Miss Mary Lee Wilson, of Rursvllls, Miss. ho Is her guest for several (lays. ^ 3 ll\;i JJHC3L 1UL Jj.YCl til (.IllJ.S. I •-" • Mrs. Charles L, Wylle relumed j are the 101112 .Monday from Hot Springs [•''"""half In aiid tivo weeks. Mrs. H. [ Holland News No ten Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Klfcr parents of a seven and uound son, Jami's Clevs- /Ukndelphln, where she spent | lnnt! . born March 10 Reynolds Is attending ji;HLiiiuy Hum jVlClllpJllS IVlierC "".i. n. LJ jw.yiiums ts iuuummjy they have been with Bill Buck, 25. j lo.biislnscs in St. Lor.K who underwent an operation Mon-1 lioscce Craflon. of LiUle Hock, liny nfteinoon for skin grafting at St. Joseph's hospital. Mr. Buck WHS severely burned from the waist down last November when a can of gasoline exploited while lie was a tractor. Me was ai. Ihe in attending to business here. Miss Cora Lee Coleman has re• Mirnal from Fayeljcvillc, where in conference she spent with other . Week home demonstration i . V- , ^ ,T . : n ' Lu j'iu""g a uiiciar. ne was ai. me nek of c ubs. Bui. dummy's nnscn j Blytlieville liosiplal for some time held the,'trick, and declarer's ace '-'-•- ••-••of clubs uccoimled for tlic needed trick io complete tlie conlrjict. : youth's bid of live dlamond.vnf- tcr his partner had shown a preference for hearts, was in the nature of a alum try. North, although he held three hearts nnd only, two'dia- monds, decided that Hit final'deci- sion, alter wosl'A double of (diamonds, should rest with South. Today's Cori|tract Problem Kasr.^ronlraet Is'six hcnris. South li;id - opened, nl a : sc'ml- |B3Tfiic!bidi'of one 'diamond.''!? Kasl cn'nj place llic bulslanti- iiii! hoiiori'; in Soulh's haiid, can licjnifikL' one triiik over.liis conlracl? -' :. '*.7,04 ' ',' » c 5 :i * 8 7 (i 5 -I A C} 5 3 2 A 0 1 » a 7 2 * J31! . •N W. ' E S Dealer' 4 108 A A K-J 8 VKJ'109 7 • « AQ , '+ A'K . 4 KJ 1084 '*:Q109 E. & W, .vul. Opener— A 10. Solnliun .in next issue. 11 before b:ing moved to the home ol his sister, Mrs. Earl Walker, and was tnken to Memphis several :lnys ago. His condition is serious but piiyslclnii.s believe he ivlll recover. lie wns given a blood transfusion Iat6 yesterday. Mrs. Bill Buck is with him at the hospital. His aunt, Mr.s. C. M. Buck, and family, went down today. Mrs. ocovgc H. Callioun of Nashville, Ten)!., mother of Mr.s. Jiussell Phillips, was slruck by a car yesterday In Nashville but her only injury Is n broken left wrist. 31ic was knocked to the pavement bv the car but lias no other injuries. Mrs. Callioun is well known her? where .she frequently vislls. Ruth Cloyd is yet at the Memphis Methodist hospital, where she is undergoing treatment, Her mo- Ilicr, Mrs. Carroll Cloyd. is with her and they hop: to he able to return home within a few days. Mra. Allen Hmldlcstoti and biiby, nf Brhikley, Ark., are guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Slnnlcy and family for a week. Mrs. Clarence Wilson. Mrs. Ed j Stanley and Mrs. L. L, Wnrd were among those from out of town who attended the funeral service's for Mrs. Florida Bell at Ilassett ycs- Icrdny. Mrs. Bell, mother of Mrs. Josephine Bull Catching, died suddenly at the linius of licr dai:»hlcr. Miss Ailele Langsion returned to- dny from n two months trip lo Cal- . nrd Proctor and family, who cently moved to Litllc Hock. Mrs. Proctor Is secretary of the industrial welfare commission, department of labor, Mid-tyeek Bible Study The First Christian church will resume its mid-wcck Bible study tonight. 7:30 o'clock. It hns bcoii announced ijy the pastor, the Rev. •enroll Cloyd. who has Issued an invitation to all members to attond. ascnls. She stopped in Ltltle Hock homc. ' James E. Cohoon. who is under the care of n doctor in Memphis, is improving. Mrs. Mary Arnold am!, son, Edward, have gone lo fist St. Louis," III., to make their home with Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Arnold. Oln Mae nnd F.thridgc McCord visited .their uncle, J. E. McCord, a brief stay with Mrs. How- j at Big' Lake. Ark'., Hiuidav. the walking sents one of stick Insect repre- Nature's greatest Mrs. Mobie Weeks was taken to St. Joseph's hospital, Memphis, Saturday for treatment. Mrs. Carl Barnes left Friday for Detroit, Mich., to join her husband, who is employed there. Mrs. Russell Devoie aiiti daughter returned Tuesday to their home in Elvins, Mo. John James and daughter of Sikeston were here Tuesday on business. . Mr. and Mrs. Nobk' Capehnrt nnd Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hudspcth **vcre in business. I'e/idy spring, it was the consensus that activities must start immediately and wliilc this year's jico- rfram would have to be simple .lint it could be a complete one ind that first steps could be taken which arc expected to show much QifiETloUR"NERVES SI«. Xttlie CaMn-cll o! S1J CJirlanil Avc.. Hot SITIIIKS. Ark., sai.l: "I ij|i<l mail nml [>r. ficrct't I'.v.-ont,- I'r»rri'|iti<in Inls- «n a? a lunic Iiriiml to m^Ke me reel ttiiich l.cMcr 11 K.IVC me a line airpclilc ami ll'.K Iirlpol lo 8 ive me more fncrKy." (.o lo your neigliboTliooil ilrnjj store tola)-. Wrilc It, Dr. I'icrcc's Clinic, I!uffiio's'. Y[ . Memphis Monday on Cactus spines make r-Xjcllent works of cainoiifltigc. A bird can I Phonograph needles. nilgai squarely beside one of these j : curious, elongated Insects iintl bo j unaware of its presence. I J • You'll be proud of your hands wliVn you use Chamberlain's Lotion. A fev; drops used regularly helps keep them smooth, attractive because it salhiiza. Neccr sticky, Srcasy or gummy, it dries (piickly. At all toilet goods counters. For free sample, use coupon below. rr; r:_r__zrrr-j ^f«* vim ; K i H CnaitiLerlain's Lotion ANNOUNCING The return of Haniion Holt to serve you in liis old place a.t 101 S. 2nd SI. Holt's Barber Shop Haircut ..35c Shave ....loc Bath 25c Best Shine in Town G l .11 , ,**» i 5 Kldrens Colds •*-K-^t • • • Best treated 'closing." ^Rcnd Coiirler'News'Want Ads |lfornia. Mexico, Colorado and Salt j "KEKNAT" KNITTING YARNS , . FREE INSTRUCTIONS New spring and summer yarns Latest Styles Classc.s, Fridav, 2:30 p. M. i»n;s. i.nstiE nooviiK 1109 Chickasawb.i Phone 732 C'lUinril lias i ! llnrhnm Merlin^ The WnnianV CoiiiH-ll of the Tlrst Clnivlinn chinch had n Inner: con nuvlin. 4 Monday, nl the I'.omc of Mrs. olll:- Fosler. After Itmch inemD^rs, who at- . — ..... — ""i n^ij ivii-i r c m^rs, wo a»y gais t,ie rfeiotio'nl period nnd j len-ial tin. nutllnj nt the Bust. End trie Bible lesson » is led bj Mrs I chinch In Mvmphb, last week, told w D Wood ' ........ w D Circle 1. which met nt Ihc of Mrs C o Redman had 23 _ members present Miss Burton No-rcd «as assistant hostess Tlic Bible lesson - «as given bj \fri> B A I) nch Frcsbv-lcrUn Woiilcil Inslall N'cw OfflccH Officers who «lll serve tne Wo mans Auxiliary of the First Prcs b.itsrlan church for the nc« church jcar, beglnnlns April 1 vcr e Installed In a meeting Mondu afternoon at the home of Mrs T J Mahan nhen otn»r business taken up Included plans tor two important mucting'i within the comln» cf Ihcir visit. A mecllii" of Ihc followed. executive boar;! Mrs C R Bibcock \0io was elected last >enr for t«o vears uas WAKE UPWllR LIVER BILE- ffirtwl d/smtl-AnJ Y«all Jam; Out cf Brf h (Se Motaini Rirla' la C» The Hvtr should -our oat iwo pounds of Ihul.l t lie Into y.>ur bowtls M\r. M tMi bil« isnotflowinirln'tly, jour food«lnesn'tdiE«sU ll juil .-tecAjt in tTi* bonilit. C»j btoUl up JCJT f om*rfi Von fc«t conitiv»t*il. Vour who1«»jj|*m !» p^lsonetl nn<\ you fe«l lour sunVxnil the worl.l lf»V » f n nk. l^ztilivi »r* only niitaMfu. A Tr.en lWw«lnnov«menlH'><Jr\'t R«t*tthc r»u»". H liVts Ihntt Hood *iM C»rlcT'« KiUlt I.iver PlIMAKtltf**! 1^,0 pOlln^^fhilS/trt-A-inf frcrly »ml m»Ve ronff*l"»pfcindTip".ir«rm- . . ]7r,]rr> m», rr«lr, AsV forCartt-r** l,iltl« T,i taint. Slubbornlj r«(ost ar\ylhin f Tilt* bj Di\ Max 0, Usrey Announces the Association with ht'rn of Dt\ Joseph E. /Jea,s/ey Physician and Surgeon U'ilh 0)|kcs in the I.\iich limldin« ' L- ' • —*v '••j" «b ^ /- Easter grey- A c h a r m i n s Frcncli Grey Gabardine with grey klri trim. Cuban heel as pictured at left. b /ic Shoes for Spring green-- A beautiful sreen crash Sandal with aveen kid trimmini:. spike heel, a; pictured iJcloxv, blue-- A novel slrap- efTccI Pump of Ihc popular blue eabardine, hlj'n heel, as pictured at the left. Jrlii i nion')/,(', W PUOVW winriE - *• f-P O K ».* C? *^ I •« Hr ' COMMUNITY STUNT NIGHT— HIGH SCHOOI.-KUUIAV \IGIIT NEW YORK STORE Your Store for Easier (Hollies Successful HATS You'll Find ihc Uir" Assor.dnciUs .lien; *S.MI.ORS *-I;OI,L •Anni'.M MAJOU IIATS-^PILI, |;OX HATS •A-OFF-THK-FACK BOXNKTS -Sinross goes lo your heart in hat.s like llios«: Kvcrytlihii; new and exciting from «'i<l« l)i'inimp() l>on?tct.s to tiny lixjucs. ,S;i llowor, veil and ribbon trims. HIOAD Sl/CKS 21 TO 2.", lo SUITS-COATS AT KKDUCKI) PRICKS 510.fl5-Siy.9o ^A f|f Suits-Coats «pl7.;/J Suits-Coats $12.95 $10.75 824.75 Suits-Coals $2(1.75 Suils-Coals $39.75

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