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PACK TWO BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Society Calendar Thursday Mrs. J. Louis Cherry Is having the Mld-Weclc Bridge club. The Young Matrons Bridge club Is meeting with Mrs. Matt Moua- fihan, Jr. Mrs. W. M. Taylor Is having tlio Elliott Fletcher Chapter ot the United Daughters of the Confederacy. Mrs. J. A. Leech is luring the Thursday Luncheon club. The executive committee of the Woman's club is meeting at the Gotr Hotel at. 7:30 o'clock, ftklajr Miss Hazel Hardln Jo having Ihc Friday Night Bridge club. The Sas Nak Ra Hook club is being entertained by MIS. Tom Howard and Mrs. Theodore Lo&an at the Howard home. Growi iless Queen Will Beautify Church Grounds Mrs. L. C. Johnson was hostess to the Promise Land woman's missionary society' Mondny afternoon. Following'a prayer by Mrs. Felix Hill, Mrs. Hall Culler ted the Uiblo btudy. In the business rcssion It was voted to meet at the church Monday for .the. planting of shrubbery and flowers in the beautlflcatton program "planned. Delicious-refreshments were served. ••• • 0 • Officers .Elected These, officers have been clcclcH Jor the Epiyorlh League of the Lake Street Methodist church: Miss Vcra; Kelly, president; Miss Christine..McGaughcy, vice president; Miss Dorothy Rylee, secretary; Claude Alexander, treasurer; Miss Pauline .West, reporter. The leaders /or the Jour departments will be: Miss June Rylec, spiritual'; Miss' Calllc Ruth Bennett, social;.. Carmer Patterson missionary; 'Ernest Haynes, recreation. '« Gwsts at Cltb Mrs. Henry Humplueys entertained the Tuesday Luncheon dub and a nurnmer 'of-guests at tlio home of her sister,'Mrs. 'Stephen ll/ Broois, thts week. Ejifing-' flowers 'adorned the thre> tames used in serving the delicious two;course menu. IIY the contract bridge games wljich followed Mrs. Edgar Borum won'hosiery for .club honors and th4! guest pjlze, perfume, went to "* Jamn " >'»«» »~ •*• '"•' Osceola Society—Personal liabelle PALERMO, Sicily, April B. (UP) —Kneeling beneath a huge crown usiicnded before the high altar o( he Palermo cathedral, Princess 1s- bcllc of Orleans and lirnganza was married today to Prince Henri, Count of Paris, an heir of the pre- ender to the throne of France. Mrs. John W. EUriisgtcm was ro- eleulcd pu-sidehl oi the Osccolu Womtns I'rosrcisive i-lub at the annual c-lcrllim of ulIKcrs here yesterday iiflernoon, nml all oilier officers svcrc rc-rlcclcd with the exception of treasurer. Mrs. H. J, Hals asked to te relieved of this office because of conflicting duties and. Mrs. G. H. Scgraves was elected. Other officers re-elocled were M—. J. H. Love*ell, vice president; Mrs. P. P. Jacobs, corresponding secretary; Mrs. It. II. Jones record- Ing secretary; Mrs. Stanley Car- Jenler, federation secretary; Mrs. C Drake. |>rc»s reporter, mid Mrs. V. E. Hunt, parliamentarian. Mrs. Mary Greene of St. Lout's ho formerly lived In Osceola anc s a past president of the club, was guest and miiito a short talk, pre- ance and In the number of calls mado. Mrs. W. T. Barnett, assisted by Mrs. Wlnford, conducted the devotional and Mrs. J. W. Durham was leader of the program on India. Mrs. Lalimcr of Augusta. Ga., mother of the Her. E. K. Latlmer, was a guest, . n "Vfour child and the Movies, .nd a plBiio solo by Miss Irma Suiijiiers. A (lower exchange In which nembers exchanged choice bulbs, limits and shrubs followed the pro,ram. Other gucs'-s at the meeting esides Mrs. Greene were Mrs. L. jangley of Osceola and Mrs. Water B. Perkins who is visiting _ Besides the club members'there wete these guests: Mesdames James H'Bell, W. D. Tanner, Walker H. Bai'er, Marvin Robinson, W. H. Mlnyard, Ix>uls Greene, G. E. Keck, Misses Grace Webb and Maude CulUson. Circles Meet Circles 1 and 2 of the woman's missionary union In the First Bap- tlstrjjhurch met at the church Mfihday afternoon for study. Miss Cordelia Wilhtte conducted a lesson 'on Acts in the first group with Mrs. J. -Vf. Bishop leading In the devotional period. There were five Osceola Students Will Compete at Jonesbofo OSCEOLA, Ark.—The following students of the Osccol high sciioo liave been selected to represent the school In the several literary am extra curricula contests at the animal meet of District No. 4 of the Arkansas Athletic association to be held in Jonesboro April nth. Composition,' Bonnie' Jean Drlv er; boys declamation, Sidney Brous sard; girls reading, Ruth Goldberg typewriting and shorthand, Rn mclle Wcinberg; latin, Doroth; Louise Vales; spelling, Beatric Rose I girls trio, Dorothy Louis Vales. Virginia Burton' and JosI boys Solce, Robert chiles crothy. Uiulsc Vales piano, Irma Simmers; United State history, Nelson Segraves. Monday rittcrnoon, Mrs. E. A. Tca- ord, Mrs. Ciaude Thompson. Tuesday, McKlamci Ida Tucker, S. M. ledges Geo'rge Abrcy, A. S. Holers. Wednesday, Mesdamcs G. B. iraves, R. II. Jones, H. J. Hale and C. M. Harwell. At conclusion of the meeting delicious refreshments of Ice cream and cake were served by the following hostesses: Mesdames E. A Teaford, Claude Thompson and Ida Tucker. Welch and Miss Co siient yesterday In Rev. C. E. rinne Welch Memphis. Gene and Lynn Smith were Memphis visitors yesterday. Mrs. L. D. Massey is recover ing from an attack of influenza a her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Green o Blythevllle spent the day with rel atlves here Tuesday. Rev. and Mrs. Ell Myers have a their guests, their daughter, Mrs Wnltcr E. Perkins and Mr. Perkins and their small son, Waller jr., o Lebanon. Ind. They arrived Sunda of Lebanon, Ind., her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Ell Myers, In Osceola. At the business session Mrs. H. i. Brooks, Mrs. W. R. Uyess and Mrs. M. L. Simmers were elccled o membership hi Ihc club and Mrs. Simmers, Mrs. S. M. Hodges and Mrs. J. C. White were named delegates to the Mississippi County Federation of Womens clubs to be held In niylhevllle on April nih. Plans for observance of "Better Homes Week." which begins April 20th, were discussed and Wednesday, April 2Sih set apart as visitation day, designated when Osceol4 homes will be open to 'the public. Mrs. J. H. Ix)vewcll and Mrs. W. E. Hunt arc a committee in charge of arrangements for that day. Announcement was made of the art exhibit in charge of Miss Winnie Turner, county rural school supervisor, which will be held in the grade school building here the 13, 14 and 15 of April, and which the Progressive club Is sponsoring. The following reception commlt-i tec- to scrva at the exhiblt^was ap-i pointed: Monday morning. Mrs. F. P. Jacobs, Mrs. John W. Edringlon. jwnd this week, returning Satur lay lo their home in Lebanon wit Mr. Perkins, Mrs. Perkins and Wa ter Jr., will remain in Osceola fo more extended visit. Mrs. Robert Sumners left a fe (lays ago for Hazen, Ark., wher she will Join Mr. Suirmcra.;whosi head qua rtcrs are temporarily i that place. Mr. Sumners Is in th employ of the state highway partment. Mildred Caglc is 111 at her hon here, suffering; with on attack tonsllitls. Hospital Notes Mrs- Ella Kirk, Huffiniin, Ar «'as admitted to the Blythevl hospital late yesterday. JVEDNESDAY, APRH^ 8,_193i_ Bits ofNcWi Mostly Personal , Mr. and. Mrs. O. W. McCutchen re returning today from several ,js stay In Butesville, Aik. O. A. Hall, of this cit> is a pa- ent at '.lie Memphis Baptist hcs- ital. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stovall tranl fonday In Memphis with Mrs. loViiH'.i brother, J. L. Donalson of Vlnchester, Term., who is 111 at :ie Veterans hospital. Misses Elizabeth Haley and Martia Chambers arc returning toj ihiu Mountain collie lit Blue .lountaln, Miss., this afternoon fter spending the Eattcr holidays Pemiscot County Students Will Compclc and Saturday. •Yiday Power Company Employes Meet ^,l 0 . r |"el Employe AltlliHle Tow stiayiiic," MISS Beatrice u\ufa, Employes of the Arkanras-Mls- souri Power company In the Bly- llieville district, composed of the cities of Blylheville, Leachville, Mo- uelte, Manila, Luxora and Osccola, will meet here Thursday for the regular meetings held every !two months. COOTER, Mo. — More than 203 ; T |i,, women's committee will meet students) will take part in Ihc an- into in the afternoon and this will I Pennsylvania Electric Association," .Miss LaVcrgne Hood of Ulyl.-.cvilb; 1 I "Figuring of Domestic Hills,' Miss j Alberta Hoss of lUyliievilIc; "Cur- 1'ub- .nsmp oi \lonctte; "Company Activities in ndustiial Development," c. ,V. Sc- "Americu's New p'rinicr,' Miss Eunice Jenkins 01 ijlytneviliu; 'Home Service," Mrs. o. n. wills of Paragould; "History ol Co:n- rany," Miss Clara Ruble of liiy- hcville. 'ith their parents. Misses Elsie Oakcs, Georgia and Annie Lee have returned from meet, which will l-e held at a later date. Ihere will be 21 contests beslcis 10 extra-curricular contests anil n large loving cim will l>c KIVCII lo pitrlmenl," John Smith of Slythe- vlllc; "High and low Tension Distributing Systems," Harry Sansom of Blythcville; "Public Utility Problems," John Bage of this city; "Our contests will be from the South cast Missouri Teachers' College of Cape Ghardeau, while committees of teachers will acl as judges of the other contests. Mrs. II. A. Kleban will return to ier home In Starkvillc, Miss., with- a few days after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kleban. She formcr- y lived here. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Coppedge lave returned from Memphis where .hey spent Easter with Mr. Coppedge's uncle. Mrs. Hlllman Robbins. of Memphis, is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Harwell. Before her recent, marriage Mrs. Rob- The revival of busine.-s has not bins was Miss Dick Harwell of here, yet reached the marriage business. Mr. and Mrs. Wilrjar Stewart In March there were only 31 mar- Judges of the extra currlcular '™ n '. s committee; round table dis- March Weddings Only Third of 1936 Total cussion; messages from the management. In the women's program Mrs. Marie Illekmtin, chairman, will give o report on the recent trip to Hoi Springs, and other addresses wtl be: "J. L. Madden's Address t< and daughter and Miss Dorothy Dorris, of Tulsa, Okla., arc guests of relatives here. They formerly lived in this city. Mrs. lielva Martin of Little nock, ivlx> is visiting in Osceola, spent the day in the city as the yucsl of Mr. and Mrs. Rush Holliiieter. She met he daughter. Mrs. Hal Mcllnn- ey, of Kennctt, Mo., who motored down for the day. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Snyder hnve as their guest Mrs. Jack Peterson, of Caruthersviile. Mrs. Marcus FieU, of Wynne, is visiting in Hie city. Mr. Flclz is here as court stenographer for the session c-f criminal court. riage licenses issued from the Illy- theville office of the county court clerk while in the same month last year DO applied lor licenses. There v;c:'c only 20 issued in February. BRIDGE BV Witt. E. McKENNEY Secretary American Dridge l.oneuc The writer has selected the following as the most 'interesting hand of. the Sotithcaslcrn Sectional tournament' recently held al Augusta, Ga. It well- exemplifies the fact marhbcrs present.' In the second < n ^ Persistency is rewarded in ~r_li_ »r-_ , ^i.,_i i- ... *i. fbrulen ns hi anv other form of circle Mrs. Jce Dlllahnnty led the devotional and Mrs. Ivy Crawford taught the lesson on "The Women:" There were six present. Circle 3 met with Mrs. Ben Mil- krC.ilth the devotional given by MES/J. C. Buchanan in which Mrs. R.-W. Woolen offered prayers. Mrs. £'. TFl. Blomcycr gave the lesson to the .seven who attended. Mrs. Robert Grimes was hostess to 'Wrcle 5 when eight members j and ! two guests were present- In' tho/dcvotlonaU led by Mrs. Ira CfJOrford, Mrs. U. W. Mullins offer^! prayer. The lesson was conducted by Mrs. Marion Williams. lay and Buffet Sirpper ' | Arifl/.A Rook Tarty | Mis. H. M. Atkinson entertained 1 three tables of Rook players with 1 a Buffet supper and parly last i evening. Hyacinths, in pastel shad-1 es,^-decorated the tables arranged-. for*ttie serving of a delicious menu, j work or play. May we suggest that yon these Interesting hands out play Iheln and then compare > p our results with those given by the . ¥10-9-5 / 4A-8-7-5-4-3 *A-K-3 AQ-9-7-5r VJ • K.Q-J- 9-6 * 10-9-2 ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF FORD VALVE The Biddins The one over-one system was be- -.-j giiesls wero: Mesdames W.' ing used by Norlh and South. The S. Xangdon, TV. M. Taylor, S. p.|hand wos p played at contract and Martin, T. J. Crowder," J. r. Wa!k-| South opened with one heart. West cr.jjl El Dorado, Ark., W.-T. Oberst, . passed, and North bid. three dla- Chirks M. Wood, M. Fitzslmmons, | moncls. This is a Jump overcall Ramsey Duncan, John Featherton I showing partner that he believes anilMiss Cora Lee Coleman. { there is game In the' combined two is *. * * i hands and requires partner to keep Clrtr Metis ' : the bidding 01x11. South goes to Manbers of the Tuesday Con- 1 thrrc hearls showing' at least a traEt-cIub played cards at the home i five-card heart suit and most of his || of Mrs. Hunter C. Sims yesterday; strength concentrated in hearts. afternoon. \ That is all the information that SDp. Floyd A. White won the: North needs. As long as his part- priie, hosiery. I ncr holds five hearts, he can safely The hostess served an appctiz- [ carry the contract to four hearts. ing""talad course with iced tea, which closes the contracting. ^v . • • • | Trie riajr SM*B«J Meels I Diamonds arc West's strong suit. Tfte woman's missionary society] and even though they have been of JCbr.e Oak met at the church ; bid by North, there Is grave dan- MonOay afternoon with ten mem- 1 gcr in opening any other suit. ber8;and one visitor present. , therefore the top honor in dia- Mft. Wadley and Mrs Miller monds is led— the king. Dummy is ' " to cover playing the six spot, hoping that his partner would rut! and lead another trump, which he did. East ruffed with the six ot hearts and relumed the eight of hearts which the declarer allowed (o ride to .the nine spot in dummy, West discarding the d;ncc of clubs. A smnll diamond is returned from dummy, declarer trumping. The ace of spades and then a | small spado tire led by the declarer, the second spade belns I trumped in the dummy with the 10 of hearts. The five of diamonds ' Is returned from dummy mitl ' trumped with the queen of hearts. A small cliib'is Jed to dmmy's kins and another diamond returned. East discards a spade, leaving him with the king of spades and the . queen and ci£ht of clubs. Declarer | trumps with the king o! hearts and West plays his last diamond— the qix?en. A small club is led to dummy's ncc anil then the seven of diamonds is played from dummy upon which the declarer discards the eight of spades. The last club trick Is won by East, but the declarer has made his coniract of four odd by establishing the sixth diamond in dummy for the much needed discard. Tomorrow's hand will be a clever psychic bid which assislerl the declarer in making a small slam. duet "It Is Well With My Soul." Following a prayer by Mrs. directed to play the ace. and to the ouin., iruiiunui* K v .<.jt., UJ .......great chagrin of the declarer, East MlIrM Mrs. Wadley conducted the I trumps it with tte deuce of hearts. devZjJonal, taken from the Third i Hoping to stop R spade ruff. East PsaKn in which "The Security of returns a heart, declarer going in <3iXh> Protection" was the theme, 'with the ace and picking up the Jt> '*••". I lone jack in the West hand. ChjMian WOMB Meet > If the declarer were now to lead MK. A, G. Hall and Mrs. Gordon 1 the ace of spades and then ruff a Evqird were hostesses to the wo- spade. East can put up a defense maM5 missionary society of ) he | which will defeat the declarer's FirsftChrlbtian church Monday at- contract. The declarer can see that 'teratBTi at the Hall home. the only chance that he has of •--••• • . •-.. roafcing |,j s con iract Is to establish the sixth diamond in dummy therefore the 10 of diamonds should I be led by declarer, West refusing \ bulness session, presided ovefVby Mrs. John C. McKaney jr., pfepdent; reports showed that the rMbtltcr'Ross group led in attend- YOU SAVE IN BUYING KC Bright, enduring RUSTLESS STVKL is used for many exposed bright metal parts:of the Forrf "WHEN YOU BUY a Ford you Imy enduring bcauly. Tho body finish is uimlc lo last for the life of tlio car and practically all exposed bright mclal parts except Ihc bumpers arc made of enduring Rustless Steel. This Rustless Steel has great tensile strength. It is the eame. bright metal all the way through. A salt test equivalent to forty years' service under the severest weather conditions failed lo have any effect on its brilliance. It never 1 requires polishing. All you do is wipe it vilh a damp cloth, as you do your windshield. Thia is just one of many features thai show the suhstnnlial worth of lhe Ford. In speed, comfort, eafely, economy null long life—in lhe richness of its finish and upholalery — il brings you everything you waul or need in a inolor car at an unusually low price. Call or phone for. demonstration. Wanila Boy on Henderson Collagg Debating Team ARKADLLPHIA, Ark—Ih; HI-,Iderson Stale championship ucbat- ' ing team composed of Eugene Mat-' thews of Manila, Lylo Brown of Poplar Bluff, Mo, atid Billie Ha!e of Arkadelplila, returned from Waco, Tex., Sunday, where they participated In the Pi Kappa Delta tournament of the Low IT Mississippi. Tney won ihr,ju out of ruur. dcbate.5, losing to litiylor bnivcrj- ity. Tom McKnight" of Wddon, Ark., the fourth member of the team, was pi-evented by illness from attending. This ie;iin v.on liic Arkansas state championship recently. Boda-wa'.er, the favorite Ameri- 1 c:ni ilrint:, contains no ioda. Its chief ingredients are inhibit' diibl and sulphuric acid. : WIDOW QUITS 'I.KGOING BUTTE, Mont., CUP)— Mrs. Aniie Gallagher, an cltterly widow, vas admiltcd lo Ihe county ptn- •.ion rolls after she told !h; court she had made a fail'jre of tV.c 'bootleg'' business. 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Thiit is just how we feel about the We bought from King-Iliiusc Furniture Co. We hought 3 piece Bedroom Suites, 2 piece Hedroom Suites, Oti(! Vanities, lierts and Chesfs, Occasional Chairs, Tables, Uockers, Chiffoi olios and in fad everything in the fuvnUuro line and OH, V.'HAT A I'RICK! End Tables, Your Choice $1.4! Odd Vanity Dressers w a i nu t BAKING! POWDER You lave in using KC. U» LESS <Uo! hlsh priced brandi, FOR OVER IT'S DOUBLE ACTINO MIlllONSOF POUNDS USED BY OUR COVIRNMEWT L O W F O • 16 I C E S 430 to <T. o. li. T>firn\i, pl,, s / rr ; ? !,, „,„{ ,Mircry, /linn/icru mil tpnrr. lire e.\lra nl Imc c,,,,. ]•„„ cnn t ,,, rc t w ,c „ f on j ni> economical . terms lhnm f h it, a Aititiarheil Fnr,l finance 1'lmis of the Iniiir-r.l Credit Canipan).) 3 Piece Consisting nf Bed, Vanity and ChilYorohc. Chifforobes 16.75 Rockers I Occasional Rockers 1'rices don't mean anything unless you sec the sluff. Don't wait until it is all {{one. We cxjiecl to sell these sample-* as (:isl as thev iome in. lilythcville, Ark.

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