The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 24, 1937 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS AVEDNESDAV, MARCH 2<1, i93'/ j Social Calendar i THURSDAY'S EVENTS Yarbro Missionary society meeting wtlb. Mrs Zoa Thompson Mn, J E Hasson having Thu-sda;, Conlract club Thursday Luncheon club mecl- Sng with Mis E\eiclt B Gee Thursday Bridge club meeting uitvf.Mrs N. 13 Menard Dogwood Demonstration uub havini; dmnei paity at Woman'!, cliuvl P M Mrs Cecil Shane having Midweek Bridge club TQSMI and Country Bridge club meeting with Mrs James B Clark , f FRIDAYS IiVEH1t> Oncers' of woman's club having board ineetng and luncheoi at c'ub, 1 P. M, followed o. inteQpg of Civic ,\nd LHcrarv rtc Bailment, 3 30 P M Sta,ted meeting Order of Eastern Star, 7 30 J M, at hall i Mctliodisl Women Heat 1 of Africa MS Eugene W potter of Jones boro,-\\ho Is assisting In the cyan gellstic meeting at the Firsl Meth cdts^clni-ch, S2- x = - 1 * ™l»i™> les son Monda\ afternoon at the meet ing of the Woman's Mtsslonar> So ciely'of the First Methodist churcl Shi told of tho customs ot th country, bringing out many inter cstiiig points which prong-lit th supjoct clo^e to the audience MrJ Harry W Haines mlssio study leader, presented a map of Africa and pointed out the locile of the book, "Out of Afilca," which Is b?ing used, by this group The Hev Mr Pottei also spoke briefly of the eiangclistlc meeting being field at the church and urged pareuls to attend ihc special serv- f Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Crockett, of /ottomvood Point, Mo,, is n gradate of tho caruthersvlllc high chool and was in training al tha lythevlllc hospital. Mr. Moore, who Is the son of Irs. R. L. Moore and the Into Mr. loorc, attended school at Rklgely, Tenn. Tiioy arc making their home vlth the bridegroom's mother ou Lilly street. * • * illi's Kuclle Fisher iVcds SKI re y Mcars. Miss Lncllo Pishcr an<l searcy \Xears, of Osceola, were inarrlcc ast night nt the home of the Rev Stuart H. Salmon, pastor of th First Presbyterian church, who i>cr formed the ring cersmony al nln o'clock. The bride wore a spring suit ot grey feather weight wool with blue accessories. Their attendants were Mr, and Mrs. O. D. Cox of'Osceola. The ly:lde. w'uo is the daughter of Ben Fisher and the late Mrs. Fisher, Is a graduate of the city high school. Mr. Mcars is an engineer with Mcars-Hawkins Construction com- •iiany at Osccola, .where they'Will iniiKL' uicli honw * « ' + Baptist Circles Slccl. Circles of the Woman's Missionary Union ot the 'First Baptist "church had meetings Monday afternoon. In the flr.st; group Mrs., Joe 3. Dltlahunty was hostess to the 13 present Mrs H H Brooks and Mrs, J. W. B!sho(> led In prayers before Mrs. Bishop guyc the Bibl; Etudy. Mrs, nillnhunty .presided In tho business sc.'islon which preceded the serving-, of refreshments. Favorable Opener Permits Declarer to Drop Loser 11) WM. K. McKKNNKV Secretary, AiiH'ilran Krid^e t.iu^us A lead liiat cost more than 2300 points to the defending partnership Is worth recording in print. This lead occurred in a. recent rubber game at the Regency Club, New York, whore Hie socially elite play much of their bridge. The player who hud to make the opening lead could not ba blamed greatly for his choice of u suit, as it appeared to hltn that North and A None V AKQ08543 * 104 3 Z ice ^Tuesday nights nouficed that Mrs wns an- Old conduct mission study next Monday afternoon for the lift!) Monday meeting The meeting was dismissed vith rmcr by Mrs A B Fa Ml eld Tne 75 present Included a new .member, Mrs Hugh Haiberl »' * * * liciibrc'il at Altar Sociitj Mcelnif. Mrs Wilham Tausch was honored by other member of the Altar 'Society of the Church of tlia Immaculate Conception hi a meeting "Monday afUrnoon at the 'r.onia of Mrs Fred Child She was pre. sented[|nn indirect Alighting wall lamiras a farewell gift baloro she moves, to Helena Refreshments were^rvcd dining the Social hpui - ""' - ' f 3 '" -% p. * * * Cubs Meet A^'group of the Cubs, junior 01- ganlzation of the Boy Scouts, had a meeting last night at the home of .Kenneth 1 Ruble,' hi '•'• the Simon apartments •Mrs. O. C. Hawks entertained the-21 members who attended |he Rceder, Mrs. c. E. Ertds and Mrs. Theodore Logan ollercd prayers before Mrs. Rceder gave the. study. V J 10 8 «QJ1088 407 Rubber—All vulnerable. Soulh West North Bast Pass 1A 4V •!*' 5V 5 4> Pass Pass Ponblc Pnss 6V Pass Pass Double Pass Pnss Opening' lead—A G. 2 South were defending, with the ex necfulion of taking a sot, to nrever thc West player from making -sure game, meeting of Circle 2. Mrs. R. L. with nothing to guide him as Iho choice of a suit to lead, an fully .believing that no lead conl give Norlh his contract, East do elded to play safe and open h partner's bid suit, and then s A -pinto lunch was served Circle. 3 met at the church when it, U W Mullius presided in tlie business session. The Bible study wn's-glven by Miss Cordelia Wllhlte nnil Mrs. n. H. Small and Mrs. W. A. Gritnmetl led in prayer. /Mrs: William Berrymnn was hostess to circle 4 when 11 members and five visitors attended... The devotional was given by Mrs. Alvln Hnrdy, who used Proverbs.. 3 for lie Bible lending Mis W J Rogers led tlu business session and Mrs. Ncy Hunt gave the -study before' refreshments were served In. circle 5,-which met at the church, tlimu present included on visitor. Mrs. J. D. Marr'gave'the devotional with Matthew 5 as tho Bible reading, nnd Mrs. Roy Head g'ava the study. Mrs. Alvin Huffman offered prayer. , a • * iMclhoils to Have Choir I*raclicc Toniglil. The choir of the First Mcthodtsl Today's Contract Problem South is playing the contract al five clubs. West has held Ihc first trick, and has shifted, to a iicqrl. . Can', South now, win all '.the '-remaining trlcka but antl < , . ; ;'::• ' ) -.',:'. ! '' ' • 1864 *A1074 43Z 4 K *33 AQ05? AAKQ2 VO 41073 vul. Opener—4 Q. Solution in next issue. ' Bits of News Mostly Personal home tomorrow to spend the Webb, 81, who was stricken with spring holidays with their par- paralysis about two weeks ago, Is cnts, Judge and Mrs. G. E. Keek, slightly Improved. Her son, the and Dr. and Mrs. F. D. Smith. Rev. J. Allen Webb, has return- Mrs. A. J. H. Reid and son, c( t to Wright City, Mo, but Mrs. Furlow, have returned to their Webb remained here. Othec sons, home in Henderson, Term., after the R ev . Ed Webb, of Oklahoma rmstrong will attend to business i Little Rock tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. A. Conway have cturncd from St. Louis - and • Mar- liiill, :Mo., where they spent sev- i'al days with Mr. '. Convr"'s nolher. They will go to Hot iprings Sunday for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Roberts, of Icwport, were guests of Mr. Roberts' sister, Mrs. T. R.. Watson, or the weekend. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. J. Watson and 'amity, of Cairo, 111., will spend .he Easter holiday with relatives icre. i Mrs. Kessell, Booker, of West Point, Ml$s., arrived last .night for i .Visit with hcr'mother, Mrs. V. E. „„,. ur v . sncndl "e the weekend with Mrs, city, Okla., and Lynwood Webb, "£ JUS «•":»«!?. Max, and family. |of Bel^oni.' Mis,, have relumed' Miss Mary Spain Usrey arrived , dome, but a daughter, Mrs. Johr "'"" "~ 1 -"'— '•• J "•" T. Perkins of Hammond, La., is lome yesterday from Lindenwood college, St. Charles, Mo., to spend tne spring holidays witn her parents, Dr. and Mrs. M. O. Usrey, and family. still here. Eddie Saliba, who is a freshman at the state university at Fay- ettevllle, arrived home this morn- Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Waterman, j n g-to spend Ihe spring vacation of Memphis, were nere Monday night and Tuesday. J. T. Alford, wlio Is 111 at the Blythevillc hospital, is resting very well. Murray Smart and John Wallen have gone to Wichita, Kan., to attend a.Coleman school. They were awarded the trips because the Chas. S. Lemons Furniture Co.. won a recent contest, The condition of Mrs. Susie with Ills parents. Dr. and Mi's. J. A. Ballon. Miss Vcra Saliba, who is a student al Louisiana Slate University at Baton'Rouge, arrives homo tomorrow for the Easter holiday. She is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba. what the dummy contained. It was \ most unhappy choice. : .. Tlie king-, of spades was played from dummy. West covered witli tho ace and North ruffed. Declarer then led-a heart-to dummy's jack. The queen of sriarlcs was played, upon which.declarer discarded the king of 'diamonds! - . , i The queen of diamonds was played next, and,when West faljejl to cover a club was discarded.' \Ve£t covered the next diamond lead, out to no avail. North rutted, re-entered dummy xvith a trump .and discarded Ills losing clubs -oh dummy's.establish- ed diamonds, making seven: The lcad : .of n club or diamond . would liavc assured least two tricks. . a set of at .Miss Myrtle Frances Smith was taken to Iho. Memphis Baptist hospital yesterday. 'i Miss Mildred Bunch Is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. : Mrs. W. R.- Moore has bsen admitted to the Memphis Baptist te- pllal. I William Tausch. who is employed at Helena, will motor over Saturday and u(»rr his return Sunday, \yill be accompanied by Mrs. Tausch and family, who are to make their lome there. Mrs. W, II. Glover accompan- ,cd Mrs. Matt Monnghan and children to Memphis yesterday for he day. Mrs, T. O. Seal and Mrs. E. R. ^nsoii spent Tuesday in Mem- ihls. Miss Mary Elizabeth " Boruin, vho attends Uiulcnwood college n't St. Charles, Mo., arrived tills naming to spend,-the Easter vaca- I'ion with her parents, Mr. and Mrs: Edgar Boruin. and family. ! Claude Cooper..attended to business in Joncsboro yesterday, j 1 The condition of H. Paul,, who! is critically ill, is worse today. '. Charles Fritalus and H./c. VChuck" Long are now In Oonv- cincur, N.-Y., before going to in ;their work with Fox guest of her brother, C. R. Bab; cock, and family, was the cncst of honor nl tho Tuesday Bridge club party weslerday when Mrs. Harry , Kirby was hostess. , Bc- •Idts the members and Miss Babcock she also entertained Mrs. 13. A, Lynch, Mrs. Everett B. Gee and Mrs. Harry W. Haine.s. Lunch was tables in the Jonquils and cards carrying motif. A .. In the card served at suinll living room with springtime place out this season's which' 1 followed Mrs. W. D. Chamblin-won club high and Mrs. Gee received the guest "-prize. Court of Honor - There will be a-Boy Seoul Court of Honor Thursday night-, 7 o'clock nl the cily'liall. TOO L'ATE TO CLASSIFY WANTED WAITRESSES '. WANTED. Hole Noble, apply Mrs.-Stilt. -Phono 833. . ; •'.,- • • :•• 24-ck-iiki , ..... .---..,. .Small .'JERSEY.:. BIJLL, 'l,yoar,old weight 45Bilb;>.-.Fawn colors,..-will while spot. Craig's Dairy, : ."phone 74 . .' •'.'. 24-ck-t Everyihlnj For Your Entertainment and Comfort Weds. - Thurs. THIS SPRING be your own decorator .C •jtudtos. Mr.. Fritzius is manager of a team.'-in which Mr. Long Is now,- f employed, ' , \ •<,>||9||l '• George"w. Bnrham is attending Jo business in New Madrid, Mo., uiiiv afternoon. j Miss Margaret Keck, w'ho, is a senior at Lindenwood college at St. Charles, Mo., nnM Don binith Twlio attends St. Louis Dental 'college at St. Louis, will arrive II gladdens rough- cncd,cJi3pi«dskin' wlien you snioolli in a few drops of Chamberlain's Lotion. Never sticky, greasy or gummy, a clear, golden liquid, it dries quickly, encourages nulable. results over night because, it saliutics. At all toilet goods counters. Clintn- bc rlai n Laboratories, Inc., DCS Moines, lown. iJ ^ntlniqtl, YOUR 5KIH ^GANGWAY FOR THE coast GUARD ..aslwoofthe >t dif- ideas samv damei Raymond Crawford leader, led I church will ha\e practice tonight, ~'" ........ - ' thetbojs in a business session and, games \uth these present Philip |-i Reed Graces, James Vest, Billy DeLong, Jo1m,Heani, Fulton tills, Sammie Swearengcjn and Roy Cal vm_ Ice:crenm and cake -were 'served. * * * Crockett-Moore. The marriage of Miss Mabel Crcpkett and Recce R. Moore has been annoiuiced, the ceremonj having-. been performed March 3 by Jushce T L Cassldy bride, who is the daughter B;-I5''o'clock, for the Easter music. * * i » Club Meets. Mrs. Riley B. Jones had the Young Matrons Bridge chib Tuesday afternoon when Mrs. Lloyd Sjickmon won the prize, a breakfast cloth, A salad plate was served after tho card games. Guest Coninlimeiiinl Al midge Club Tarty. Miss JVfnry Ruth Babcock o! 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Ciay scattered prints . . . splashes of appiiqlic . . frills on prinls ... on navy ... on ulack . . . they're all here; 'I he latest fashion notes in low V-nccks . . . new «|tiare necks . . . short sleeves . . . JUrcd skirts iincl jacket frocks . . . plenty of pleats ... In fuel everything that's NEW! CHILDRENS SHOES for Easter DONALD WOODS RKO RADIO PICTURE Young ladies' Street Saiulitls in Russia calf, 12/8 heel, also in patent. ROXY Admission always lOc & 26c Show every night. Matinees Fri.- Sat. & Sun.; Fri. ,fc Sun. Mall- nets at' Z:1S. Saturday Matinee at 1:13. PAL NIGHTS! Weds. - Thurs. "7?ood ce/ Suits-Coats \ilulls 'AdmHted for Trice of 1 All Children—lOc KewpLe For Bovs'and Girls Two-tone Russia Oxford, Ghillie Tie.s, Patents and all -while elk. $9.95 $12.95 $16.95 $19.95 $22.95 $29.95 SPECIAL ON OUR STACK THIS FRIDAY Dross Slippers and white Uncle Jim's In patent sandals. Shr.p Our Windows tor the New Styles Arriving IJAOS HATS . 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