The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 25, 1937
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PAGE-TWO E;.(ARK.) -COURIER NEWS Social Calendar' - ' 'FRIDAY'S' EVENTS O^lcers of Woman's" club having board meel:ng and luncheon at club, l P. M., followed 'oy .meeting of Civic and Literary rte- paitment, 2:30 P. M. Slated meeting- Order of Eastern Star, 7-30 J. .M, at halt. .. SATURDAY'S EVENTS 'Sunday School of St. Stephen Episcopal church egg hunt, 10 a m. .having Easter IV E. 0. Members •Study Metier Speech Mrs. C. W. Affllck was leader of a. program on "Common Ev- lors of Speech" in a meeting of CDaplcr "D" of '.he P. E 0 hold •Wednesday : afternoon, when 'Mrs. \V. W, Hollipeler was hostess nl the: Paul E. Cooley home. The 10 present heard Mis. Af- 'iilckV discuss her subject before she had a contest in which Mrs. R.- F;- KlrEhner was winner. For tlic prize she received a book "10CO Mlspslled Words." * - • * :Givcii Birthday Luncheon Mary Ann Blankerislilp's seventh birthday was Monday nnil her sister, Margie, was nine today M> their aunt, Mrs. B. Lovelace had a Birthday luncheon for them to whlch_shc also Invited Larry By- ruiii and. Edwin 'Halstead. Mary Ann and Margie are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. BlanXenstilp. 'Hie dining table ... had a centerpiece of the blrlliday cuke with seven pink candles on one hide arid nine :oh .the ', other. Each guest's place was marked with on Easier basket Illcd with colorful eggs, rabblli and chickens. Has Club Party, Mrs. Marvin' Robinson and Mrs. Henry Humphrey v.ere guests of entertained Ihe Wednesday Bridge club this week. Slic had jonquils, peach -blossoms and forsylhia lo create a colorful arraiigemeht In the living room, '.vherc the luncheon tables wore arranged. Enstcr place puds were also used, In the card games which followed lunch. Mrs. Harry Klrby won first, and Mrs. Robinson, second high. Named to Club. Miss Ja no Branson, who will arrive home Snlurday from Brcnaii college, Gainesville. Ga, for the Easier holidays was yesterday named a new membsr of (he Bre- 1 nan College Internallofial Relalions club by Professor Christine .Smith, of the .department of lilstorV. This s the highest honor accorded students majoring In history. Miss Branson has received an unusual number of scholastic honors since she entered college In September. * • * To Have li'gfr Hunt. The children of St. Stephen's Episcopal church will have an Easter egg hunt Saturday morning, .10 o'clock, on'the lawn of the church. * • * Jett-iill Aid Mukcs I'lans. Plans for the congregational Seder meeting at Ihe Temple Israel Sunday ntghl were made at n meeting of the Jewish Aid society last night al tlic temple. * » * Baptist Children Have Kaslcr Egg Muni. The t-hildren of the primary department of tlic Sumltiy School of the First, BaplisL church had an Easier egg hunt Wednesday after' noon, n I the church, ' Mis. Jake Huffmii!>. supsrinten- ricnl, : led the 70 present In sevcra Eniiye5,.trio singing' of songs niict the which climaxed Ihe aflcr- Mrs.-. Pamsworth Black when she noon's cnlerlnlnmenl. Easter; Flowers -.- - LILIES In pols and cut lite. roses, carnations, snapdmsoi'S sweet peas, and oilier Easier flowers; MADE up boxes of assorted planls; yellow c'alla lilies, azaleas, hydrangeas, and- pot roses. CORSAGES of "Eaidemas and valley lilies, roses and sweet iiea^ Confederate jnsamlnc, trecslas, forget-me-nots, ^and 'other beautiful flowers^fof gift boxes 'mil! baskets. " ' .Order Early —Flowers Telcgr.iphcd Anywhere — rhorici IK HfilTON'S HdSlE'OF FLOWERS Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. M. A. Isaacs and 'daughter, Belly, and Mrs. W. U. Chamblin ml son, Billy, arc In Memphis to- ny. Mr. ami . Mrs. s. Brewer . arc pending loday In Memphis on bus- ness. ' Claude Cooper is In Poplar Bluff, \fo, loday attending llio Springfield court of appeals. The Rev. J. J. Thompson was n. Memphis yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Meyers re- urned Wednesday night from a hrcc weeks cruise to Havana, sall- ng from New 1 Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Blakemore avc as their guests Mr. and,Mrs, I. L. Sawlo and daughter, Joy, and Mrs, Bertram Bltikembre, of Detroit, Mich., who will he here for i week.or ten days. Mrs. p. L. Engler, who has been II ten days, is no better, she plans o return to Memphis to consult her specialist when her condition lermlts. Mrs: J.' C. Criner and daughter lUplm Palsy, were brought hoinr his inorh|ng from Campbell's Clli'ttb md the Baptist hospital.'- Memphis, wlicre they have been patlenfe. A Cobb ambulance, went dowiiV.foi them. Mrs. Crliiev Is how rapidly recuperating.-from two. : operations after physicians had abandoned hope for-her life. ':•'."•. , ' Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Holt, of/Llt- l le Rock, are attending to business- lore for several days. -'' Eris Bollard,' vylio was t n kan to •he ' Memphis • Methodist liospila! vo weeks n'go in a ••critical' condition, is; now greatly improved'and .vlll probably be able to be returned 'ionic In a week, ills'uncle,'A. V. Please Telephone Items to Courier News Office Tlic Courier News Is anxious lo publish as many social and personal news Items as possible and sincerely appreciates the wopcrntlon of those who are kind enough to help In the gathering of these Items. In order to facilitate the handling of this material It Is requested that, except'under unusual circumstances, those who liave news of this nature telephone tlie Courier office' between the hours of 8:3'0 a.'ni. and * p.m. only. News should be received not, later .than noon.of the day It is Intended for publication.-. /THURSDAY, MA&CH 26, ;1937 Declare Disciplinary Cell Effective and Not Inhumane BY WM. E., Mc.KENNEV Secretary, American lirldge League Contrary to general' belief, overbidding at cpntra'ct, Is often a pay- Ing proposition,''.The person who permits his opponents to, : get the contract without'a struggle is generally a losing player.] >> The overbidrier, of. 'course, risks the danger of being thrown' for a .heavy loss In points now', and Wcinberg, of Gsceola, came up to spend loday with them. J. Abrams, of St.. Louis, was a visitor In this clly, yesterday. .-, Mrs.-Meyer Nudlenian, of Bonne Terre, Mo.,'has arrived for a visit vllh Mr. ; and, Mrs. .Ike Miller. ,,-••• -.' .Mrs:-,Wllllain,Borowsky and'Mrs. .Max Borowskyl., r of,-: Manila, ..were ''Ore last htghl,[coining over.espej :lally for .the.Jewish' 'Aid'meeting;' ' Mks.Uiiiii B/'Wllhelm and Dqil WlllioluOmvo returned from .Nw •Jrlcans, wlierc tlicy spent a,-sh<}rt ime with Miss .-Wilhelm's.'.urblh'e'r;. fivers WUlieim,. who.has been crlt- cidly III 'biil, who 'Is: now slightly Improved. 'Thiey. iiccompanlcd Paul Wllhelm, of St.-Louis,-who motored down. ... . • ff* Smith, was down to sec weekend. him last ARE YOU READY FOR EASTER? . It's not too late to get a nice outfit at Hess Wo have the Easter Bonnets. Also new arrivals in Ladies' Silk Dresses in pastEl shades and. fancy' prints and smart imported linen suits. FEATURING PARIS FA3H- IO/JED WOHL SHOES! Miss JiianlUi Coats is n patient u the Memphis Baptist hospital ^ Mrs. Preston : Alley returned ycs- -erday from the Memphis' Mct'no- list hospital, inhere she underwent i major operation. She Is gettlntc •long nicely. Mr; Alley 'and Farmer England motored down for her. Mr. aiid Mrs. Joe Reeves, 6f Reiser, left loday for a, three weeks Islt iir Houston, Texas., with Mr nut Mrs. H. P. Burkett and son, •orn Monday. Mrs. Hccves is a sis-. or of Mrs. : Burk5tt. . . -, V * i Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Joyncr and tr. and Mrs. w. V.- Alexander lie Rock, lodny. They tomorrow. " ,N. Lilttrell has goric lo : where she-'will 'undergo. Milton- Roscnlhal, of SI. > Louis tended (o business here yest^iw Mr. and Mrs Waller Roscnlhai aye as their" guests Mrs oldnor and daughters, Misses „„,. a Louise mid Rheta. of Nashville, ^.J'V).: 1 "'™ 1 '"* .afternoon Etister vacation with Mrs Louie Mlnc| . 0 , p]at pl ..._ o., Is tlic guest of her sister °uis Ajiplebaum. and Mr."i, vent lo •ill return THESE SENSATIONAL STOCKINGS THE QUAKER DOLLAR LINE 6 styles TOWN CREPE • CREPE VOILE S1IKEK QUAKER MYSTIC TWJST • TRIPLE LENGTH SUPEP. STRETCH TOP • SUPERFINE SKRV1CB ilo it now! First take a good look at the gallant array o£ six new stocking styles designed for us—and you, by Quaker. A- glance will convince you that there's a Quaker stocking tor each and every one of your morning, noon and night requirements. Then put in a call for Quaker. You can complete your stocking wardrobe with the assurance of receiving unbelievable wear from stockings which arc glamorous with good looks. Flattering to the leg but oh so easy on tlie purse! Only 1.00 a pair. Across the Sticel Frbm-Ritz Theater „ 1' " i Fred " Lutheran Church Plans Good Friday Services .The Pilgrim Lutheran Church will commemorate : the Lord's crucifixion • with two special ' se Ices'Good Friday/ A Lenten rnedt- '.iHon with several vocal numbers will be broadcast at 2:30 p.- m over station KLON. The local pas- tor,":tlic' Rev:' II. ''J. Klcindienst will speak on "The Crucifixion ; of Jesus." In the cYcning al 1:30 he will speak on .'"The Burial of Jesus" at the church. Those who attend the. evening service 01 write in .to ! KLCN may receive gratis n picture -depleting the scene portrayed by famous artists Roses Will Be ^ Topic ' ; " • '•• • ' . Ruics will be discussed lonl">i in a meeting sponsored by the .Junior-Senior Parent-Teacher As sociation hi a scries of landscaping lessons,: held each Thursdaj night, 7:30: o'clock, at the liigl school.- . . . • V AJ5 « J864 + A 10 7 4 Soulh 1 A ?* 5A 4 J 10 80 f AQ0.52 A52 ' ' AAKQ2 ¥6 4 1073 + KQJ9G Rubber—None vul. West North ''Easl Pass ^, 2+ 2 • Pass 4 •(• Pass Pass Pass Pass " '" " '' •(•;•• Openihy lerid—» K. • ': 25 Today's Contract Problem Soulh's contract is three no trump. After , Winning the opening lead in dummy, how should declarer handle the various suits to make Ihe greatest number of tricks? V K 10 9 8 G 1 • + K *Q1082 V 3 2 109 hen, but usually he manages lo break more than even by. making uany games that less timid bld- Jers would:miss. .Two recent, lawyer , recruits 'to Ihe ranks of bridge : are Judus Shapiro : and Morris Goldberg, of New York. They belong to the overbidding school, but are dangerous opponents, because Ihey play Ih'eir cards well and arc quick to take advantage of the slight. est .defenslye slip. '' Snpira,; ,who ' sat South, and Goldberg;- ;• his .partner, -obviously iiad three diamond losers. How- ^•ver, when West lad the khig of -lliimonds, East failed to overtake the trick.' with .the ace. West held I h2 trick 'and, shifted lo a heart •vhich was won In dummy will the ace. Declarer led a heart, ruffed, and..took' two rounds of trimip clearing the adverse, hands o trump.- ••• • : ' Shapiro, next played;.three -.high rounds of .spades, -discarding a lianiDiid from dummy. The fourth .was riiffed. The .jack of hearts followed and South.•discarded n diamond. > A874 . + A 10 9 2 All vul. Opener—* 4. Solution in ncxl issue. V AJ75 »QJfi2 + 765 25 This trick was won by West, who .ould., do nothing but lead a leart, 'thus giving South a discard of his losing diamond, while he •uffed Ui'B. trick. In dummy. Communion Service After the sermon tonight at the First Methodist church revival there will be a. communion service sponsored by the stewards. It has b«en announced by the Rev. H. Lynn Wade, pastor. The stewards will b? special guests and will be invited to observe corporate communion Mils being Holy Thursday, the night when Jesus Instituted the Holy Supper..' . . . KNITTING VARNS FREE INSTRUCTIONS New spring and summer yarns Latest Styles Classes, Friday, 2:30 P. M! MRS. LESLIE I100PEH 1109 Cliickasawba Phone 792 COTTON SEED D. & P. L. No. 11 IJ7C p er Ton V'wF.O.B. Number Nine 2nd Year From Experiment Station Matnmolh Brown Soy Beans Prices Reasonable C.. C: LANGSTON TRUS?i EXPERT HERE, MAR. 27 'jf-. ; i" ' t • '••• •• ,~- : ' i ncRi oi Landscaping Lesso» '''/:. • Mr/' AV : KIe'in,~facl6ry expert of -the Pemiscot Singers Will Meet at^ Mid-City Sunday •There will' be an Easier- singing of tho Feiniscol county, Missouri, singers whbi.KllI meet Sundav aft,- -^riicoii at Mid-City, west of Haytl on Highway 84, it has been announced by R. E.-L. Smith, president. .- ' . • • , Ohio 'TriBsi.-'Co., will fe at our store Saturday, March 27. with'a full 'line'.of non-skid Spot-Pad Trusses and • Supports. ROBINSON-DiRUG CO. Corner Main & Railroad For Easter . . . StepOiU In Air-Slap Shoes Ro sure your Easier S.lioca arc Aii^-Slep— Sliiiiiiin^Jy pultcrncd in the newest colors and fabric's-— A style for every occasion. Air-Step tt'hi I.e. Brown Trim 'I'ic. Phone 673 We Deliver The Bcs(~in. Meals and Fancy Groceries Pickard Grocery & Markel ; ' ?OW Chickasawba 6:30 A. M.—SUNRISE SERVICE, "Chester Swor, leader. 9:30 A. M.—SUNDAY SCHOOL. 10:35 A. M.—WORSHIP SERVICE. Special Music. 6:30 P. M.—TRAINING UNION. 7:30 P. W.—CLOSING CHURCH SERVICE, • For Mr. Swor. Air-Step Two-Strap Wash able White Kid with -Continental Heel. 4 $5.50 ' Paris Fasliion Woiil-SJioes All colors: Red. Black, Blue, mid White Oab- ardincs in-pumps, Tics, and Straps. Zdlner Slipper Shop ^ Originators of'Styles' Between Passenger Train MEMPHIS and KENNETT ... . Dependable rlay in and day out, the Frisco now offers a : - • • n c\v morning train lo Memphis. This new train leaves at a convenient hour, arrives in Memphis early enough (o give almost the entire day to business or pleasure and brings you back home that same night! Take the Frisco (he next time and save both time and money . . . you'll enjoy the trip more in comfortable, modern all-steel Frisco cars . . . you'll be .safer with the Frisco engineer as your chauffeur ... For fares and information about, other changes, ask E; F. Blomeyer, ; 'AGENT FRISCO LINES " |: Blytheviile, Ark. SCHEDULE Southbound Truin No. 821 Lv. Keunelt... 5:30 A. M. Lv. Blytheviile 7:10 A. M Ar. Jlcniphis 9:10 A. M. Northbound Train No. 822 Lv. Memphis ..6:40 P. M. Ar. Blytheviile 8:32 P. M. Ar. Kcmictt ..10:15 P. M. This train is in addition-to the Mem'iihia'n -'and' Sunny land'.-.:'.'' feet first with Rice-O'Neill SHOES Read Courier News Want Adi. Grey Doeskin, also brown Gabardine with luggage tan tri.m. $8.50 A beautiful high-lhroiit- ed Pump in blue or black kid ?8 50 A charming Strap shown in brown Gabartiine with luggage tan {rim. S8.50 A shoe with a ditferent flair . . Gabardine with patent trim. 58.50 An unusually attractive model which may be had in either blue or brown Gabardine. 58.50 A.Sport Model shown in brown Jiucko with luggage tan'trim. Also blue Uucko.-.SS,50 Good Shoes and Hosiery

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