The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 19, 1937 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 19, 1937
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARKJCOURIER. NEWS Social Calendar SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs,. Uojd Sfickinon and Mrs Murray Smart having p. E O Jancheon , at the stlcknion house, L)dra BracKin Weds jFrank'Chiles 'Anivouncemenl was made today of the marriage of Miss Lystra This Hand Affords Plenty of Opportunity For Error pic problem mcnt and a Brsckin to Frank Chiles, of Osce-| In the handling of cla. the wedding was solemnized , The declarer, who 11V \VM. E, AIcKKNN'KY Secretary, American lliiiigc League Today's hand Inctudcs iv Simla trump inmmgc- niorc dlfllcult one n Aide suit, bid perhaps one trick too hlgli, accepts nn adverse overcall as pointing Hie way to fulfillment of a difficult contract. West's jump to four clubs robbed North mid South of n few the bride, was her only attendant, rounds o[ bidding, and the op- and 'Mr. Fisher was the bride- j porlvmlly to exchange exact In- grooni's best man. ' j formation. However, North, with Tlie.'bride, who is the daughter "~ Of Mr:; and Mrs. J. T. Brackln, is a graduate of the city high school. She : is'connected wit It the Rilz theater. v | i Mr, Chiles, who is the soii of Mr. shd Mrs. E. S. Chiles of Os- ccolaj Is now employed by the Southwestern Bell Telephone com- p<m5« at West Memphis Mis. Chil<js will join him (hove later. December First, at the home of the Rev. W W Albright, pastor of the First Methodist church oi Marlon, Ark,, who performed the ring Service. Mr|. Woodrow Fisher, sister of 3Uis$ Pauline Russell Weils Chester Rigjins. Miss Pauline Russell, daughter of .Mr.;and Mrs. H. T. Russell. 513 N. Broadway, became the bride of Chester Rigglns, of San Diego, Cnl , in aj ceremony isolciniilzcd last Fri- aay at the Central Christian church of the California city. Miss Russell ! her home In Blytheville for ^number of years and left here n few days before the ccicmony lo join,Jicr fiance The ring st-nice was performed' bs life Rev. Dr. Lowe, pasioi of the church, befoie a small gathering of friends, TUe. bride wore a spruig ensemble of grey \\ool and a corsage of pink eamejlias. She" had , for her only, atte'ndant, Mrs, Arthur Powell Turner, and Mi. Turner served the bridegroom as l)f<;t»inaii Following the ceremony a dlnnei was* served the wedding party al the Ta\ern Hacienda before Mr. Eigsms and his'brlde loft" for Pine Volley, Calif , where they have taken a;c°Mage'flhd engaged horses for a.neek Upon their return to San Diego they will be at home nt 2102 Broadway. ScWral post-nuptial affairs have been planned by friends of Mi .'"Riggins to jWClcome his bride to San * A Q 9 7 VQJG I 4K7C51 3- None V A K. 9 7 5 + A + A D 7 D -1 Rubber—None vul. Soulh West Norlli Kasl IV -1 J. 5 f, Pass 5N.T. I'ass 7V I':iss Ocning lead—ifr K. 1 his splendid Iruiiip support, the void In clubs, ami slrenglh in spades and diamonds, decided lo force a response by ovcrcalllng In the same suit, and when South tld Five no trump, North quite naturally, If optimistically Jumped to seven hearts. • When Soulh saw the dummy ho realized that the problem was not so ' easy. Bvst probably was void of clubs, too. So, to prevail an overrun". South trumped the opening lead of the king of club: Today's Contract Problem South is playing the contract at three no (rump. Should lit' play the ;icc of clubs to Iho first lead of lh;il sull? A Q J :t ¥ K Q 7 •! » OSS A A2 Alt vul, Opener—•?> 0. Solution in next issue. Bits of News Mostly Personal Dr. M. O. Usrcy, who has been ill some lime, Is now much Improved and. Is convalescing at his home. Mr. find Mra. A. Conway left yesterday for a visit in Marshall and St. Louts, Mo. They have gone to Marshall to visit Mr. Conwny's mother. Arch Gray, who has been In a hospital at LaSalle, III., for several months wlille recuperating from a motor accident, Is now able to walk, with the nid of his crutches, and left the hospital this week. Both legs were broken Please Telephone Items to Courier News Office The Courier News Is anxious to publish as many social and pcrEOiial news Items as possible and sincerely appreciates the c'wperntlon of thaw who are kind enough to help in the gathering of these Items. In order to facilitate the !mn;lllug of this material It Is requested that, except under unusual circumstances, those who have news of Ibis nature telephone the Courier oince between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. only. News should be received not later than noon of the day it is intended for publication. FRIDAY; if ARCH 10, 103f 'FLAPPER FANNY -£jBYUEAtiERVIC€.(NC T, H. fttG U.3. RAT OFf By Syivia discarded a snmll spade. The four of hearts wns led from dummy nml won with Ihe ace. West* discard )>lnccd four hearts In (he Ensl Iiand. South cashed the ace oi clln- moiids nml led the Jiick of spades. In nn accident which nlmost took his life, I along /inc. his life, but he Is now getting Mrs. J. Allen Webb, of Wright City, Mo,, and Mrs. Dorn Bovvmnj), of Memphis, are among Ihc relatives here with Mrs. Susie Webb, who Is critically ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jennie Craig. Mrs. Webb Is a daughter- in-law and Mrs. Bowman is a cousin. liert Lynch Jr., of St. Louis, Is here today, coming dmvu especially to aitimd the bankers' mcct- Now only must Hie spade finesse'Ing at Marion tonight as a rcpre- succcctt, but West would Imvc to j sentalive of the Boatman's Na- hold three spades Including the | tlonnl Bunk of St. Louis, witli klitff add 10. West covered with the king and the trick was won In dummy with the ace, The king of diamonds was cashed and n club wns discarded. A diamond was returned and ruffed by declarer, and when West failed to'follow South could count all the hands. A. low heart wns plnyedMo the jack. Another heart was finessed which lie Is connected. He will be accompanied to Marlon by his father, B. A. Lynch, president of the Farmers Bank and Trust Company, and employes of the bank. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie KcBCnpld were In Memphis last night lov the tennis matches at the auditorium. Mrs. B. L. Hale mid Mrs. Loulsi and the, outstanding trump picked 1 chapman spent Wednesday in up. The ace of clubs was ployed. Memphis. Then spades were returned and /messed against the JO. When this ' succccdcd, llio queen and seven of spndcs took the last two tricks, with the queen , of hearts. East (Copyright, 1031, NBA Service, Inc.) ., , Mr.'-Rlgglm, who formerly lived here for a .brief time, is coiiflden- et^i;(,to Captain JngiBham, ^ tnl the dcslroyei base at San. Diego. ' /» Has Giicsl; al Club Mi-s-w. J Pollard and Mrs W A Afflick were guests of Mrs C. W Afflick jihen she hnd the Thursday --'Luncheon club this week ' A • mixed bouqviet of spring flowers was the centei piece lor tlie olmng table, at which a , thiee course menu was; served Mrs. Hoss D Hughes and Mrs R P. Klrslmer won in the bridge Games tfhich followed. * » . Club Meets Mis. L H Moore had tho Osceola Society — Personal Giccnlu Sluilcnl OH C iMI^ dtui'eli arrlticnu Cruise. Madeline 1 Ellen Edniieton, i'elilcr of MJ\:nnd;Mi-s. John W. Fdrlngton jmd;:fi; staler at Quit Park ,follegff, Giilfport, Miss., will sail' tomorrow from New Orleans in COT"";' with' 50 other Gulf Pnvk students for : a 16-day CRrri- bcnn cruise They will visit Cuba, Cosia Rica, Spanish Honduras anil Panama. ; L This is mi annual event at Oulf Park granted only to sixty students' and the requirements to be met by those permitted to go are based entirely on scholarship. School work Is not interrupted as four hours of class work Is done each day while n\vuy. The parly jWill return April •!. * • * llrldgc Chili Meets. Mrs. O. E. Masscnsill was hos tsss to her bridge club at her home Thursday Bridge club this weeki >cslsrday ntlernoon-wlicn Mrs. L. 1rt, m - >r_ „ p Massey wfts aW i, r{ | e ,l |,| g |, scor(! and Mrs. L. C. B. Young cnt con- i elation. Mrs, W. J. Driver jr.. Mrs. W. E. Johnson and Mrs. M. E. Pone were guests. + « t Yunnan Class Parly. Mrs. J. L. Olascoe, Mrs. J. T. FowtEr, Mrs, Jack Rny and Mrs Llttls were co-hostcssc.'i for the monihly social and business meeting of Iho Yeat^.an Bible class al Mrs Paul Brown was a finest. She used flowers from her own yard „ to' -decorate the living room and the tables used for serving a salad plate after the game Mrs. W D. McCtorkln won the prize, hosiers'. 'ft Has Clubs Party Members of the Thursday Contract club and two guests, Mrs Rodney L Banister and Mrs Wal- H. Baker were guests of Mrs at the Methodist hospital In Mein- )hls. Mrs, B. R. Moore Is seriously ill at her home with an nltnck of np- scndicltls. Mm. AV. li. Dycss Hostess. Mrs. n. A. Lynch 'of Blythoville, state p. E. O. president, was a special giicst at the meeting of the OEceoln chapter In the home of Mrs. W. R. Dycss pi\ : Wednesday afternoon. - . : .'. 'flic thirteen memberspresent conducted a : demonstration of a. model meeting, which they will give as part of the program at the stflte convention to meet in Blylheville April 8 7 10. Mrs. Godfrey while was elected the stnle delegate to tlie supreme convention to meet in St. Louis li September. The occasion for her election at this time was In order Hint the action be ratified at the stfltc meeting In Blythoville next month. Mrs. c. S. Stevens of Blytlicvlllc, mother of Mrs. L. C.-B. Young, was also a guest. Huwiill Invites Iloxcrs HONOLULU (UP)-Amerlcmi region posts which !ux promo'.tng boxing in the Hawaiian islands now are working out plans for a "talent exchange" with Die Hollywood legion. The plan would be to bring more outstanding mainland boxers for appearances In the Isladns. 4 ,,,i • , . , . , , *• tf ° ? C °" 1 0 •„ Ine twn 1 I! pcrfon " crt °n tns spine two months ago. Mrs. Charles Crigger jr., Mrs. Arthur Vance mid Mrs. Eddie Rcg- euold of Wilson, were in Memphis Wednesday. Mr. and daughter, Mrs. Miss A. CJ. Hall mid Mary Josephine, went to Memphis today to spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs C. W. Bealc and family. '-..' Mrs. Bclva Martin and daughter, Mrs. Hal McHancy, of Kennett, were in the city today. '• Mrs. C. W. Affllck and Mrs. Walker H. Baker arc In Memphis , .Mr todny. ...Mis. iff. -o;' • Cookc .. : aml' COcifte's ' brother, George, .'of uthcrsville, nrc here 'today:: as suesk of MIS. Cooke's sister, Mrs. L. K. Moore, and family. ^^r. mid Mrs. J. Neal Gcsell left today for Hot Springs. They plan to he away for about ten days, going over especially for the races Jimmlc Maury, of Memphis, attended to business here Wednesday. The Rev. and Mrs. W. P. Cnolcy, of Joiner, attended .the Methodist revival last night and are visiUnu relatives in tlie city. Young People Will Lead in Series of Meetings al First Baptist Church Chester B. Sivor, head of (he English department,, Mississippi college, Clinton, Miss., will lead a series of Easier Revival services nt :he First Baptist church, beginning Sunday morning and continuing through Easter. The services will be held at tlie church each day at seven in the morning ancl sev!ii- thirly In evening. Mr, s\vor Is a favorite speaker and outstanding loader in young peoples modern movements, especially at the young peoples summer nsrcmblias, according to Ui c RCV Alfred Carp=nlcr. He has led in youth movements throughout llm Soulh in recent months, recently closing an outstanding campaign with the young people in the First Baptist church at f.hroveport, La He Jin* just finished an Itinerary oi cities in southern Missouri, coming from the First Baptist church at Springfield for the series here. One of the features of the meeting is that the young people of the church,will lead In.the public services and conduct nil activities While the young people are leading the series, it is an all church revival, including mi ages and the general public Is Invited to attend. This week of Hrc-Eastcr Revival with the young people of the church leading is the climax of a month's program with emphasis upon evangelism, )pd by different organizations in the church. Pneumonia Fatal to Young Gosnell Man Jirnmie Bunn, 25, died at three o'clock this morning at the home 01 his parents In the Gosnell community. : He had been in for five days of pneumonia. Funeral services were held this afternoon at the home with the Rev. w. O. Slngletcrry, pastor of the Lake-'Street Methodist church, officiating, Interment was made nt North Sawba cemetery. He is survived by his. parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bunn, lour brothers and tiirce sisters. "Don't yon even want 10 E;D in and watch; Kanny? 1 '* "Nope; tlicoiily furniture I yet excited bitiiiiog over is a bridge table." B. Hooper form near Lenchvilli.' and were brought to the Red crossemer- geucy hospital here when they were about n week old. Through the efforts of Mrs. Clark accommodations were secured for them In Memphis where a specialist, Dr. .\v. M. Adams, nirformi'd the operations. Two Oberlin Students Will Study in China College seniors are to spend the nest three years In China. They are charlotte Tinker, of New York, and Herbert Van Meter, of Moline III., who, after graduation, , will teach at oberlin's school in Taiku, Shansi province. The president of Otalin-iu- Shansi Is-Dr. H, H..Rung, who was acting president of the Executive Yuan in China, during the recent captivity of Chiang Kai-shek. Kung was graduated from Oberlin in 1006. Thrift Bonn ( 0 .itociesty PASADENA, Cal. (UP) —When modesty and business clashed, (ho Pasadena School Board sustained modesty. Pasadena high school and junicr college girls insisted their official gym suits showed too much skin and too little cloth. The Pasadena Merchants Association Insisted it would work n hardship on them to be obliged to re-stock with new gym suits. The girls won. At the six tables of bunco Mrs. W. T. Massey was the prize winner. Ths guests were Mrs. Barney Carlton, Miss Nora Pace, Jackie Little and Claud Thompson. Mrs. D. F. Ohlemlorf is a patient rs — = - — ............ ------ ..... Wlgar .Bormn this week in the 1 lllc former's home lost night. games Mrs G o Caudill won a .......... bathroom set for the prize ' A salad piafe iias served Mrs Elton W. Kirby, Mrs A B ra,rflcld and Mrs c. R Babcock *«re guests of Mrs B A Ljnch ?, Ktc ,!?S ir , wlle » she entertained the Mid-Weck Bndg club Jonquils dceorntat the table for »» ' f I i ed " Efore the card Bamra A breakfast eloili sent to Mrs- Harry W. Humes and Mrs Kirby received Uvo face towels lor the guest prize'. . . ASTOUNDED "BEKNAT" KNITTING VAHNS FREE 1MSTRUCT10NS New spring and summer yarns Latest Styles Classes, Friday. 2:30 P. M. JIRS. LESLIE HOOrEH 1100 Ciilckasawba Phone 792 Don't Miss The Fun! TONIGHT 8 O'clock AT THE HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Community Stunt Night by (he Senior Class lirocccds to i;o to the Roland Hunt Memorial Fund , 10 in Ciish Prizes to Ihc Civic Organi/atioiis Sponsoring (he ]}est Stunts Admission lOc and 25c IONO DISTANCE RKEPTiON-GIVKYOO tUROPE.SOUTH AMERICA orORItNT 7l doem'i mautr vhit kind of tatltrr ridto jott Kinf^wv (in gfte li to you frt (hCi rev ZrnUK. Do you prefer * (•> *«U radio—»hlth optratei on * »ln«le 6 TflU »niomobl1ei ilflrjje baltety •— >nd hi* n« otAir tiHtriti ^haUTtrf . Th«n p»y • (CM d«llar» more ami gel ilttplMljr of operation. . Woatd you pttf*r to tttrl al a taw j ftne new rJfptndsiTe 2 » ran do «o. rrifp *-Iih j /tnlth? V» Then t>r l*t<r JQU tan (irfti tKe mIr*de-»OtVlnji Xtnhrt TaTm KidiO P««(r F*tV, inrt r««lo In one minatf, jou rjti rhanite l«ur 2 vivh ZentlK Inlo • full RtditfH t> votl 2entlT\ PaMtty Ktdlo — md ill^. l>tnit >hh »H fcaMtrifi exttpl » (t iclt Operation for Cleft J - ..Palate Is Succes.siul. One oi tile Uvin biibics of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Malone of Lcaehville who underwent operations lor the correction of cleft palates at a Memphis hospital several weeks ago, was returned home yesterday by Mrs.. James B. Clark, director of the Mississippi County Socletv for Crippled Children. The littl" girl, who, with her l\vin brother was born with the deformity more than n month uga-wiii how he normal with only n'.'slight, scar to recall the deformity. Tlie other baby, with a double cleft palate, remains in a Memphis hospital where another operation will be performed soon ' after which the child W jil ^^ bc practically no: ma:. The babies were born on (he N. OBERLIN, O. (UP)—Two Olicrli Admission always lOc & SOc Shon- every niglil. aialinccs Pri.- >a(. ,t Sim., Fri. ,t Sim. Muli- ices at 2:15. Satunlxy MaliucC at 1:15. Friday - —ON THE SCREEN— Also Cartoon and Serial— "The liRliling Marines" ^ * M j?» (• Lei as actually sftn.c you lioav Zcnilh l'ai.-cr I'.ick s lips in anil on( of Hie new Zcnitl, Fan. R a ,!i 0 . OUT . . . ami il'j a 2 voll i-aiiio. M . ; .and il 9 n 6 voll. Eiiiicr one llic Iicsl at ilic pric<-. We'll lei you j\idgc irfiicft ijpc of Zcnilh von ivanl lo buy. Hardaway Appliance Co. I \V trlonic M ^' so '' ox MOvlctOlIC J\"C Phono ->'W ' B ' and Mnslcal c<>m ^ inonc^a ,nd £ Stain •.' . . ••..•:" away As advertised in Saturday Evening Post Two easy motions turn it into a bed OFFERED IN SMART NEW COVERS AT of the Furniture Markets! The New Tiltiiway Studio Couch! A gentle slight lift and the mechanical leg raises the front so inner section can bo pulled out. Simple! Easy! Simmons inner-spring mattress. Convenient bedding compartment. Arms and back rest. Opens to double bed or twin beds. Como in and see it. You'll be thrilled with its many features and the wide selection of lovely new covers. OOTTOI SEED 11. & !>. I,. No. II I'd--- Ton F.O.H. Number Nine 2nd Yt; lr j.. ram Experiment Station Mammoth Bnnm Soy Beans I'riccs Itcasojiable C. C. LANGSTON Everything; For Your EnletUlii- mcnl and Comfort Tonight Is hi Hife 1 Adults Admitted for Trice of 1 . Also Selected Shorts Saturday Only PENnOD'S A JUNIOR G-MAN NOW!, Also Cartoon and Serial— "Jungle Jim" —Continuous .Showing— —Admission— Until 5 r. M.— 10 A; 20c After 5 I'. M.—1G A 31c Seas all...knows si/. . tella too a phany fortune toller In Also I'aramcunt News, snapshots cf .Movi? Stnrs and Technicolor Cartoo,, —Ailir.iiMon— Snm1ay_A|| l) ay _i fi A . . Wc Monday Maltncc—10 & 26c SInmlay XfcM—iG * 3Gc —Continuous Showing Sunday— TUESDAY. MARCH 23825.00 HANK NIGHT! (Lets Hl.ite Tax) —COMING SOON'— "Swinj High. Swing Low "Call It A Day" "Marked Woman" "Woman I Love" "Seventh Heaven" "AVaikiki Wedding' 1 "Maythne" "Sea Dcrils' 1

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