The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 23, 1937 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 23, 1937
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• PAGfc -TWO . JJI/miEVJ.U'E (ARK,) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAllCif 23," 1937 .Katherlnc Glbbs school or business, New York city, left Sunday Itii a party of Mends for Bcr- uda, to spend the spring vaca- 011. She will be away for ten (iys. Mrs, .0, F. Tucker und daughter, Social Calendar at 'VS EVENTS Chapter "P" P. E 0,, meeting with Mrs. W. W. JloUipctcr aX home of Ml. and Mrs. Paul E Cooley. Mrs. parnsworth Black having Wednesday Bridge club. R. A.'s meeting first Baplist church, 3:30 P, M, Call meeting Jewish A'd, Tempje Israel, 8 P. M. Bibje study. Church of Christ, meeting w»U Mrs. C. 0. Gifnes, 2:30 P. M. THURSDAY'S EVENTS ynrbro Missionary society meeting with Mrs zoa Thompson. MR> J. E. Hasson having Thursday Conlrnct club Thursday) Luncheon club mecl- Ing. with Mrs. Everett B. Gee. Thursday -Bridge ,club meelhiB with Mrs N. B. Menard. Dogwood Demonstration club having dinner party at Woman's club, 1 P. M. Mrs. Cecil Shane having Mid\Yeok Bridge club Town and Country Bridge club meeting with Mrs James B Clark FRIDAY'S EVENTS O"icers of Woman's club having board meetng and luncheon at club, 1 P. M, followed oj meeting of Cnic mid Literary rie- paitmcnt, 2-30 P M . Armorel P. T. A. Meets. The Patent-Teacher association of the Armorel school met Thuis- day afternoon when Mrs J. C pills presided In a Business, session which preceded the progiam G D. Cona^ter made an address, Coburn Thornton jnesent- ed the president's message and Dr B fi Schiimer, director of the Mississippi county health unit, spoke op "Community Leadeislnp' for the study course lesson Paughlcr JRorn.* A daughter was bom Monday, March 15, to Mr and Mis D S Lantnp, at Aluena Pass, nen\ Declarer Applies "Suicide" Squeeze and Makes His Slam BV WSI. K. McKKNNKY Secretary, American' Bridge U'OB»c A rather interesting variety of Ihe "suicide" squeeze Is illustrated In today';; hand, which payed by Lee Hnzcn, of York, silting Norllh, with Hazen as his partner. The was New Mrs. "SUlr cidc" squeeze is the play which one defending player squeezed on a Irick taken by the othei The bidding is a trifle optimistic, but not entirely unreasonable. Today's Contract Problem Norlh has bid six hearts, over West's call of five spades, No other suit has been bid by either side. When West doubles, should East lend a spade, a trump, or one of the unbid suits? A987G2 vn + KISG All vulnerable. Solution in next issue. 23 i _ • • • ' v- The opening lead of the queer of hearts was won with the king The ace of clubs was led and thei jt -small club, which dropped Ihe queen, and won in (lummy will Ihe kiny. Three rounds of chib: !\ere pliijed. West discarded twi Jliamonds. , Declare:' threw oni heart and 6nV diamond. Eas l-aited with itwo hcarls.and on fpade. .'.' -, , * VAK4 * J72 A A83 4.063 . VQJ)08 1 AJ109V ¥83 10 5 4 3 *10C2 A&B . + K J 0 7 5 Dupliciilc—None vul. South \Vcsl Norlh Eas.1 Pass 1 * I'i'ss 2* Pass 3N.T. I'ass 4N.T. Pass 61?,')'. 1'ass Opening lead—V Q. 2 Now tlirce rounds of spade •ere cai>hcd, followed by l.hc ac f iicarts. At this, point, iul(l the jack of hearts and lh Ing and queen of diamorids. I lie dummy were Uie'acc nnd.Jilii 3f diamonds and the six of heart Declaier now led the four ( spndes, and East ^af. squeeze' To discaid a hcail would estab llsh the six in dummj and to pla a diamond also would be fatal. The hand Is an apt Illuslialioi) of the poftci of n long hull and Ihe falal effects of repealed ells- cards. Apparently East and West Imtl defense In three out of four sulfs, hut this defense could jiol withstand the killing piny of the torn ih round of spades. » (Copyright. 1S31, NEA Service, Inc.) Bits of News Mostly Personal in Bells City, Mo., Sunday as guests of Mrs. Alice Young and family. Mrs. Young Is Mr. Duncan's sister. Miss Frances Little, who attends Christian college at Columbia, Mo., will arrive home tomorrow to visit to W, A. Affllck, w;cnt to Mem- l,, er parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lit, . . E 5Cy days le during the spring vacation. Jvfr. and Mrs. lave as Ihelr isler, ' Miss T> Tjabcock' Mlss Pranson will arrive Mr. and Mre. U. 8. Branson ave as their guesls, Mrs. Bran oil's mother, Mrs. W. D. Pnlier- 011, of pawson Springs, Miss Martini' Aim Lynch, who a .student at Washlnglon P;il- eislty, -B.i. Louts, .w))l come )jo;ne Saturday for the Easter vacalloi her parcjits/: Mr, ond Mrs B. A. Lynch, ai;d family, Mayor and Mrs. Cecil ghani vlll go IP raragovJd Wedjiesday light to meet their daughter, Miss 'utty, >vho is co;nlng home Iron Vnssuv cpilege, pbughkeppslc, N Y.. to spe;id the spring vacatlpn, MA'S: Rupert Qrafton and ohll dren, ond Mi's. J3o» iiave returned Jrom vils,s., where they vislUxl relatives of Mis Craflon foi two days Erncsi, Halsol) sine! Jlupcr.t .Oraf- ton, accompaiitcd by Mr.. mother, Mis S P- werp in Memphis yesterday, Mrs. T, J. Mahan will return tomorjow fiom Carulheisville where she Jias : teen t.he eues.t of Mi. and MIS George B C;ookelt blnce Saluiday, Mis Matt >fO)iaghon and daughteis, ,T3prbara ai»d •e In Memphis today. K. H. Houchins has returned cm Hot Spiliigs where he spent week Mrs. Tom Martin and Mrs upert Craflon and children will Fa I Jones who has been at hf Mcm^BapUst 'hipitaT for nc past eight weeks, having iin- |M«. U ' Mlss ployed. with her par.enls, Mr. nnd , S. Branson. Lois Nellc stiles hns )'e- hoine, .from Kaiatnazoo, where she has been cm- injbulnnce. J. R. Stovall spent Sunday in Memphis, where he consulted his physician.. . • ,' Mrs. t Rolujid A. Bradley, of : opway, is the guest .of rcl/Ulvcs at Maniia. Her sister, Mrs. w. E. Armstrong, who had been aj. Convay for a week, accompanied her home and Mr. Armstrong motor•d over for them. W. J. Wunderllch will velum tomorrow from a business Irip to El Dorado. . ,. Mrs. W. J. Wunderllch.nnd children will return lomorrow from eniphis, where they have been ic guests of Mrs. Wunderllcli's Isler, Mrs. Estelle Cookc Volliner, nee Sunday. is Mildred Lou Hubbard, whc Llcnd Southwestern Univci-slty at Jemphis, w;Jl arrive home tomor- ow lo spend the •spring vacatior •ill) licr .parents, Mr. and Mrs G. G. Hubbard. G. A. Ebcrdl. of Burdelle. a p.itienl a.t Ihe Memphis Bap hospital. •:.;.• • ."'. ami Mrs. Dan Dunkin wer Harrison, Ark eight pounds. The baby weiglii Mr Lantnp, who plans lo move Ins family here wlthhij a short lime, has with Airs. relumed from a visit Latitrlp aivd. family. ftem Born. ' A con was born this morning fo Mr. and Mrs H P. Buikelt, of Houston, Texas 'Ihe baby, who •wcichs eight pounds, has not been named .. i}ri .mirkett was "''of foimerly Miss ('Lto\a.'~ t Moore, fins cily. ,, , » ' •' * Union Has Supii£i% The p. A U of the First Baplist church had a supper meeting last nigh I at Ihe home of Mr and Mrs CJaience Kolayck when 13 ntlend- Presbyterial Leaders - Address Meeting Here Members of Wpincn's Auxiliaries of Pre'sbylcrinn churches at Bly- Ihevllle, Osccola-and Bas;oll hcanl Mis C A. Forbes of Wynne, Pres- byterial president, and Mrs. W. W. Draper of Forrest, City, Prcsbyteria! mission sludy leader, give Ihe principal addresses at an all-day meeting here yesterday at which Mrs. Fortes, Mrs: Draper and Mrs, W. S. NewEom, president of the Wynne auxiliary, were .guests of honor. , Tho 35 present galhcred at 10:45 o'clock. Organ seleclipiiK by Mrs. F. B. Joyner, and Hie devotional glvqrr by^.^lrsj ^luurt H. Salmon, fiom Timothy, 1 opened the meeting. Mrs. J..-Wi)Miller, of Biisscil. gave a talk "The Organization of Ihe Auxiliary." Tile auxiliary standard was explained by .Mrs, ForbW, Mrs. 'lease Telephone Items to Courier News Office B, B. Allen gave a Bible rending, lalk. "program Building," was given by Mrs. C. M. Gray for Ihe ed Tins was the first of a series concluding number .of the morning of such affairs planned for the | session spring The Easter mollf was used In the decorations for the supper table. Later there vcrc games. 1 » « • Lake Street Group Meels Lunch vrjis served In the social of the church. In the afternoon session Mrs. Dracr gave Ihe inspirational ad- .dress and this was .followed by round table discussion which Look [he form of an 'officers" training Mrs Iversou Morris was leader Whoo! at a meeting of tie Lake Streel The 35 present included Mrs. Mil Missionary Society jesterday all The Courier News is anxious lo publish as many social' and personal news items as possible ' and sincerely appreciates the cooperation of those who arc kind •enough lo help in the gathering'of lliese Hems. In order lo fapllltntc the handling of Hits' material il is requested that, cxcep't';,uncler iimisnal circumstances;', liiose who have news of this .nature .telephone the Courier oiflcc between the hours of. 8:30 ajn. and 4 j 'only. liews' should be 'received not Inter than noon of the day i(, Is Intended for publication. o to Fiiyellevillc Wednesday for liss Virginia Martin who will ac- ompany them liome for the Eas- cr vacalion. She attends' the unl cr.iily. Tliey will be nccompaniei y Mrs. Don Snmmpiis who -wil lop al Russelville for a brief visii vlth relatives. Miss uuth Butt, who atlend Let us ligu're' with yon on" electric wiring, repairing,•and motors or Diesel engines. CITY Phone 206 ELECTRIC SHOP ; of a membership campaign for Ihe Arkansas Hotel Greeters Association. Crawford M. Noble has gone to Chicago where he will altend a hotel show. Mrs, John S. Eskcw and - children of St. Louis are visiting her sister,'Mr?.--O. H. King. Mrs. F, L. Husband and son, J. B.. and Mrs.-Charles Swain and daughter wfrc-ln Memphis for Ihe week end where they me I Miss' Pina Young of .Cphnnbus, Miss;, and Hemba-Young of Hattiesbiirgv Miss. • ,Mrs. F, G. Reicbcl and daughler, Mary, have relumed home ' after spending Iwo months with relatives at Marion,' Ind., and Radnc.'Wis. . \ ram a loir of the slate in behalf' Read Courier News Want Ads Everything ' For Your Enlcilaln- tncnt and Comfort TONIGHT IS $25 BANK NIGHT (Less Slate Tax) I.asl week Coach Cutchin of Ibis t'ily won (lie $50.00—Making BANK DEPOSIT Tcnight $35.001 —ON THE' SCREEN— Hardaway Appliance Go. J. W. Adams, Mgr. 2nd & Main A vial token from ti 2000-yeai old tomb,near the city of .Liixem- imrg contained hiijnan- tears, according to chemical analysis. Tears were once buried with', the dead as. n romanllc expression of, sympathy. ,• i | "Sweeten it with Domino Re.fined in US.A. Quick icings Fruits cereals and fillings iced drinks. 'er, Mrs. W. B. Burkett and Mrs. i C. D. Smith of Bassott, Mrs. R. ! C Bryan, Mrs. F. B. Hale, Mrs.] George Doyle, Mrs. Sam Coble, Mrs.' A. S. Spiese, Mrs. w. J. Driver, Mrs. W. J. Driver jr., and Mrs. D.' which an Easter program was given. Following prajer by the Rev M. N Johnston, Mrs. Morris talked on the first Eister The pastor presented a book which the society will study soon Announcement Mas Is. Laney of Osccoln. made of the birtVday dinner n:\t Monday' of the society, honoring 14 members whose birthdays have been in Ihis quarler. One nsw 'member,Mrs. B. C. Anderson, has been added to the roll. The meeting was dismissed by Mrs. W. L. Green. / Nawrene Juniors Mccl. The Nazarene Junior Missionary society ,met Saturday afternoon at 1 the church with Sins. Ophelia McGregor-having yivian Brock lo lake charge'.of the program. No Positions „ U seems [Ihat^aii' ciToneous report lias., been circulated regarding appointments to positions In Ihe city iidininislra- tion if I should be elected Mayor in the forthcoming city election. I wish lo again make the. statement published, when iny candidacy was announced some time ago, that no (Xjsitions have been offered nnd no promises made to 'any person or persons regarding such appointive of ficcs. •' ; . • •- • G. H. GREAR for Mayor PRE-EAST of All Ladies Spring COATS-SUITS offering the season's choicest styles at substantial savings SALE "BEKNAT" KNITTING YARNS : PREE INSTRUCTIONS New'spring and summer yams Latest Styles Classes, Friday, 2:30 P. M. MRS. LEEIIK HOOPER 1109 Chlckasawba Phone 1V2 i 1 K E E One Week -Only See the "display, 'all .clcclrical and mechanical, featuring an 'OldMill" in the window of Shouse-Herrry' Hardware Go'. Sponsored by: BlylhevUle Machine Works, Blytheville Laundry, Tcxaco Oil Company, Purity Bakery, Cily Shoe Shop, Ark-Mo Power Co.. Job n Buchanan, Phllli ps Molar Co.i Nabers and'Kabers Markel E. C. Robinson Lumber Co., A.^ G. Shibiey \yholesale Gro. Bufc Jones-Tires,"Green's Dairy Farm, Pr. Pepper, BotUing Co; Franklin Press, Wrn. FVazier- Plumbing, Fowler Drug r CO. Jack Delk Radiator ' Shop. LOOK AT W. T. BARNETT AUTO SALES BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS Regular $10.95 Suits & Coats Regular $16.95 Suits & Coats Classy Jean and Other Beautiful DRESSES Just Arrived for Easter Dozens of tlic most ;iLtnicLivc slytev in IjrigliL prints, dark sheers, colorful crepes ... In fact a most complete selection of styles, fabrics, colors and sixes al most attractive prices. MEN! SEE OUR • NEW •SPRING SUITS! This Is the Place to Get Your New EASTER HAT Thc'most important part of your Easter outfit . . . See these attractive models today. LADIES NOVELTY SHOKS AND HOSIERY BAGS - GLOVKS - BLOUSES - SILK LINGERIE WE GIVE AND REDEEM EAGLE STAMPS JOE ISAACS, husbands setretaw er. Also Novelty Sbort and Cornell)' —Admission— Malinec—10 & 20c Night—1C & 3Go You can attend- (he Maliiiee Tuesday, register, inirt ,liavc a .chance lo win Hank Deposit • ivithoul lie ing present Tuesday night. Weds. - Thurs, . as two of the hoys get dil- /ei'feii /'ideas byutthesanio cfame/ y 'si DONALD WOODS JH RKO-RADIO PICflKE\ ttPii»li-.>.hs. ftKUitlittn Srofoff Also Taramount Ncivs, Popular Science and Fitzp^trick Traveltall: in Technicolor —Admissioi]— Malinec—10 & ZGc , Night— Iti & 3Cc —COMING SOON'— '5C Roads To Town" 'Call It A Day" "Mountain Justice" "King of Gamblers" "It Happened Out West" "Step Lively, Jeeves" 'Seventh Heaven" 'Walkiki Wedding" Admission always lOc & 2Sc Show every night. Matinees Fri.- S»l. & Sun., Fri. i Sun. Matinees al 2:15. Saturday r.lalincc at 1:15. 2 Adutls ArfmiKcd-for J'ricc of L All ChiMrcn—lOc KocJcy 7 flood io Rom&ncei Also Comedy—"ThcBoy Frc'iicl

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