The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 26, 1937 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 26, 1937
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f\VO BI,YTHI3yiI,LE,.CARJU COURIER NEWS FRIDAY,',.MARCH 20, 1937 Social FRIDAY'S EVENTS of )Vcmqn'!> club har- dig "board, meeLng and luncheon g', club, 1 P. M, followed oj meeting of Chic and L!torar> de- i-aitment, 2 30 P M Stated meeting Order of Eastern Star, 7 SO J M , at hall SATURDAYS EVENTS Sunday School or gt Stephen Episcopal church hitvmj Etstsr egg hunt, 10 a in The marriage pf Miss Halle, of Hcbtr Springs, Ark , and Laurence Hood Of this clly. ««s scltnwlzed Sunday, March 21 at the brictd's home. The Rev. J, W. Haiger peiformcd the rjng service before members of the fai" r lly and a small gathering of friends The bride 1*0) e a grey woolen suit with accessories in Uic same. shade The> Ua\e nrrl\e^l here find arc making their homo with the bridegroom's parent* north of Mrs Hcod, who is the daughter of Mr and Mrs 0 W Haile of Hcber Springs, Is a cousin ot liar* ^e) Morris and resided here last fall ' f.[r Hood, who is the son 01 Mr and Mrs E II Hood s connected \\ith the Smgei Swing Machine Co, of Bl>lhcville, assistant shop manager * * • * Club Mce(s 1 Mrs James B Clark had the Towrt and Co-mtij Bridge club Thursdaj Afternoon \thsn Mis Gutlinc King wn high and Mis C, O Laugston, second higll The hostess used spiing llo«ers from her ^><! to decorate Die living room and the Baste) holiday \\as remembered hi (he tal'ics A saW plate was served niter the game , i p * * • I|»\e Lui)clico|i. T Mrs Eugene W Pottor of Jonss Joro, who is guest ot the Re\ nnd Mrs H Lynn Wade, Mrs Lmmn Buuies of MansflUd, AIo who vsitmg Mr and Mrs Paul E Coo- Jey, and Mrs Wade shared honors at a luncheon given yesterdnj bj Mrs E D Ferguson, Mrs Coolej Mrs, W F Brewer, Mrs A O Hudson and Mrs O C Gansk. at; the Ferguson home. Snapdragons and roses dacoialef {lie IMng and dining rooms wv the Easter moiif was used in the Ctpb lias Guests '' v When Mrs J E Hasson, had tlv Thursday .Contract- club, she alsc entertained Mrs Bilbo G'lbjrt, Mp Sm F Harwell and Mrs ,!3e Cf Tneschman She vised peach bios Earns from her ya,rd to decorate th' lUing and dining (coins In the cird games Mrs Gilbert ?on the priz°, a. set of plaques A salad plate yas soned » * * Has Iiir(hda'y ' Party. ; R A. Friend was ^even years old yesterday ,'so, he had a paity t whieTi he invited 17 boys a,nc\ girls After tnjntlng Easter eggs the children were sened ice cieain ant Esster rabbit ca^es The East-' scheme was used throughout 111- party with tro young host's mother Mrs. J ; P. Friend, ond p>Irs Pau" Brown, assisting in _ the entertain mcnt. ' * ' * Guests At Club. Mi's. E'ton W. Kirby and Mrs A B. Fairfield weie guests of Mrs Cecil' Shone when she had UK Mid-Wcek Bridge club Thursda> for lunch and a bridge game. Lunch was served at smal tables in the living room which was decorated in jonquils. Mrs A. Conway and Mrs Kirbs wen prizes. * • * Clab Meets. ' Mrs. N. B. Menard entertainetf the Thursday Bridge club thl! week when:.Mrs. Fred Rutherforc won the pnre, a folding tray A salad : plate ~was served will iced: t£a' afler the games. " ' ' * To; Have Dance. , There will be a dance nl (hi Hotel Noble 'Saturday nigh I fo the benefit 'of the Hotel Greetc: of America when Lester Bradley 1 Night Owls will play. The danc will be in the Blue Room will rouble beginning at 9 o'clock * * . « Club Meets. Mrs. Everett B Gee had Hi Thursday Luncheon club when sh also entertained Mrs. W. 'j. Pol lard and Mrs. Farnsworth Black. Narcissus decorated the sma tables, arranged before the ope: fire in the living room, when lunch i was served. Mrs Pollard and Mrs A G Little son first and second in th card games. « » * W.' M. S. Gives Shower. Members of the Goinell Women' Missionary society gave a shovie for Mrs. Risia Helm at the Wednesday afternoon This wa followed by a prayer led by Mrs C. E. Cook. Mrs. John McBrid led the devotional. The mectln was closed by Mrs.. Bob Tcmpli who led in,Uie final prayer. <" * * » -N'azarenc Women Meet. Ten members and two visitors at tended the meeting of the Women Missionaiy society ,of the Churc of- tlio' J Kazarene Thursday atyj noon at the church. After a sot Mrs. Oscar Alexander led in praje Bits of News Mostly Personal f lie : Masfc By Helen Wclslwiier T HE other time I broke niy Jieai't The mask I wore \\a? my, As though it knew Its neeucQultl hot Outlast llio summer day. B UT laughter passes easily At)<J this time I must weai One strong enough to tffave the days Tliat'you will never share. T. D. Trick/ has gone to Sail Antonio, Texas, after ylslUng Nft. nml Hire, W. B, McMuliln for sey- crol months. ' i Mrs. Tom Little and daughter^ Miss Frances, are in Menipliis to ; . Vlrgli Greene' attended to buslr ness in Augusta, Art?,, yesterday; -Mrs;' Fnriner -England will' go, (o Aikadelphla, A)k., today lo spend Roster with her-mother. Mrs.'LOU Echols/ of Memphis,.Is spending Ihc Easier vacation with her sister; Mrs. G.. G. Hubbard, ami famllj \ , i i Mis Estel'e CooKc yollmei and chUEhtcr' Aim of Memphis, aio ^pending Hie weekend here wjth Mi and Mrs W J Wundeillch ind fainllj < i ,M)'s... Yli'gll Giselle. and Mib I Gesle 'iJavJs spent Tuesday In j Mcmp!ih -- ' Mrs Hcniy lupsfoid i\)id daiigi}- tci Nnncv Jnne left yesterday' foi theh homp in Los Angers ' Calif after liavlng * l x ce)i here two months because, of the de4^i of Mrs. • Limsford's". mothci Mre Iv W Go*i)e(l Hoi sister, Mrs. Kathleen- Oglcsby. .Thomas ac- ci):n|);in|-,'fl Iheip to'Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs". E.! U' Oenh' have returned from a week's motor trip to iiorthcni points, \yhllo.iln Indianapolis they, were guests .of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Walker , and Mr. niiti Mrs. Bere C. Plililipspn, and at, Soulji Ucnd, Ind., 'were Slicstc of Mr. and Mrs. F. p..'E!.lis arid Mr. and Mrs. Fraiik : 'Hicks:' Mrs. J, A.' Leech an<I-..'M!ss Pe'?ey McKcel iiro in 'Momblils 'letter contract, as Prank K.-Per- todny. , , j '• i 1 [•I]! kins of Boston pointed out, but Mrs. A. 0. Haley Un6 -gon'o'^io •'- contract was Ihree no trump. lie led a low heart to the queen. East ducked, letting the, queen win. Now the dummy lacked the entries to establish the hearts, and the contract was defeated. Read Courier News Want Aos Ev«r.vt!iln B For Your Entertain, ment and Coinforl Tonight is Pa! Hifc 2 Adults Admitted for Trice of t 2TWALKS" Srrnr fmcs "for fduw MCOWW White Sport Oxford with portholes us pictured above. lire cflsy WIT* Lets King and Queen Fall on Same Trick and Wins 1IY- \VM. E. McKENNEV •Sccrclaty, American Itrldgc League Four hearts would have bee-i a comforl is the essence o( Binart lounging pajamas (Ki.< V- 1 8036). A becominu notclied collor, tob closing, slwl sleeves! and liandy pockets adorn ill? blouse. The trousers urc cut wide; and flare nt the lower edge. 'They fit smoothly over Hie hips as; (he small inset Use cottoi) plaids, collon or. silk crepe 01 china silk Patterns como in su J H'lo'20; 32 lo A2.-' Size 16 requires 41-4 yards of 39 inch fabric. 1 ' • - - ' : i (.':;, i • To .secure a PA'ITEHN and STEPrBY-,STEP .SEWING'INr- STRUCT10NS. fill out the coupon'below,'being sure to MENTION t|IE NAME OF THIS NEWSPAPER. ••.,'•'.>. The SPUING AND SUMMER PATTERN BOOK, plctc selection ol late dress designs, now. is ready. It's 15 cenis when • purchased soparalely. Or, if you wa.^t to order it -with the prrtlcrn above, send in just an additional 10 cc-h's with.Ihc coupon. end with her daughter; Miss Oaro- : TODAY'S PATTERN BUREAU, 11 STERLING PLACE, BROOKLYN, N. Y. Jbnclosed, is 15 cents in coin foi PatleriJ No Size .. Name •. , Address'.. ',. City Slate y 'Name of Iliis newspaper. , . . . \5anilii to spend the Easter wcqft- The hand was played in a team- yn, and Miss Lillian Shaver." •'• > Mrs. Chester Caldwell and-son, 'of-four inatch and both teams same contiact. One It,- and - the other i ! reached the plnyer made ihestcr,- were in Memphis'ycster- jfailcd. tiny. •• : •'' As soon ns the dummy was ex- Mrs. Elbert HJIifinaii i returijcil'posed, South,'. ( could see. that at Insi' 'liiglil frptii J; Hoi'scs!ioc Lajce, ' —— where she had been the : guest of Miss Phobbo Enoehs fov severnl days, ' • •--,;.': Albert. Rjdings, who attendee!' : the slatfi university at Fnyeljjp ; vlllc, hns arrived home to spenij' 1 Easier holltlays 'with his parents;'•'• Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ridings. ' ! ' ; Mrs. Arthur Vance and son, Thad, have gone : to Memphis.; for the .weekend.- • _ • • •; Mrs. Rdbort E. L'co' KiiiB-"i?lJI'j irrlve , home toniglit from Ilot j Sprines, whew slie spciit . IXvpj, weeks with' her sister,: Mrs. Olf-i bert. Hogaboom, And family. Shef \ddrcss .your envelope to Blythevlllc Courier News Today's Pattern Bureau, H Sterling Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. : lease Telephone Items to Courieir News Of Bee : .Ths Coui'iar HOWS is anxious to publish ns many social aiu) jcrsonnl news items as possl- olo . oiid sincerely nppreclates the cooperation of those who arc kind enough to help in the gathering of these items. In or- ;dcr tq facilitate tlie handling of "this material it is requested that, except under unusual clr- nimstances. those who have news, 'of this nature, telephone the Courier office betweei! the hours of 8:30 a.m. nnd 4 p.m. only. News should be received not later than noon of the day it Is Intended for publication. this city her home for n number of years, has been operating the Vanity Beauty Shop 'here. Mr. Bernard came to this ilrs. O. A. Dunivcn read the scrii)- urc lesson and Mildred Mayo and Mrs. O. M. Lewis sung a duel. The society completed one of the tudy course books, taught by Mrs. Beaslcy, and will meet ;it the hurch next Thursday to complete •other. The benediction was ."fl Wilsic Taylor. about live years ago. building contractor. city He Is a "The Deciding Issue" Is Subject ior Tonight Members of ll)c Baptist Training Union of- tlie First Baplis; crnirch iill be eiiesls of honor at tlie service tonight at the church wh?n Chester Swor, who is conducting n scries of pi'e-Easlcr services, • will His subjsct will be "The ' will . be -.accompanied Ohnrles 'Abel, by!v her; who'! will .pend the''Easter holiday'with )ils : ;ciiEln,, Hugh •'Nelson Thompson jr.[ Mrs. Cecil Sliane and : (laugh-i ter, Miss Patty, Mrs. J. Louis Cherry and Miss Martha Ann' •.!: ;;/.-' ".-.'- ' > A Q 10 8 2 V32 » 109 *QJ843 "' '• • . i " • \ "i - * ' ". Dup 1 1C 7 G »K10986'4 > K 5 3 ^K N W E - s... Dealer k AJ43 »Q » A874 1. A 10 ? 2 ici'ie— Ail Y A J7 5 *QJG2 A705 \. Soulli \Vest North East ... ij*" v .. .Pass IV ' 'Pass " 14 Pass 2 V - 'Pass 2N.T. Pass 3N.T. Pass . "^Opening .lead—* 4. 26 Today's Contract Problem South' has the' contract for four hearts. East lias raised West's one spade ovcrcall< ot the opening bid to two. Ue- clarer wins the first three tricks with the diamond ace a'nd two trumps. Uuon winning a diamond return from. Houlh with the queen, what 'p|ay can West make to give him the best chance of defeating the. contract? *, F10 8 5 V 10 8 5 2 .» J8G3 A A * A Q 4 2 VQO' * J'1092 (Blind) (Blind)' MI N. & S. vul. Opener—* K. '.'^.Solution in next issiie. : .C'f Also Cartoon anil Comedy—"Ditto" 0 —Admission— Matinee—10 A- 26c . Night—IG & 36c ,a Saturday Only i Attarycfloveand} L - daring In f North woo dt t For sirmrtxcomfort U'y tliis White -Lazy above. Bonc.'i i shown no trump. The other team' got the same nneninj lead, but declarer did not Wish to waste a heart honor, so A^ Blue Butko, low hcc spoil -model $5.85 Beatrice Roberts .'BADIO riCTUEE^ Diiicud by Dnld Hanirtl. A Gimsi / ./'fO^UCtlOff, /nff. tyoductr, ttOfrsrd CoIJltel.Ti Also Cartoon and Serin!— "Jungle Jim" —Continuous Shelving—. Until 5 I'! After 5 r. \I.— 10 & 2Gc .— 1C * 31c Sunday - ftaday ; o E A. . TOO/ Lynch Memphis. spend tomorrow hv Mrs. J. H. Elklns went to Trbn-l ton, Tcnn.,; today to spend'' the Easter holiday : 'with relatives.-: ': . Mrs. H. O. Kennedy and baby^ have been dismissed from the Blytheville hospital and were removed to their home nt Clear Lake in a : Cobb ambulance. Deciding There will be 110 Saturday morn- ''!•' £ rvici but. i, m n •« ni-iu ue Will prcacli on "Sqnaiidcrcd Opportunity" ,whcn me|i)bcrs of the Women's Mtssionnry Union will be honored guests. His last sOTiion wil! be delivered Sunday night. .Services Weil Attended Large .audiences have Kt- : least four hearts could be made. The : . no. trump contract looked safe, because ^all of North's • kings \yere entries. ' • .Where , tlie .-.contract ..was made the'king of clubs'held tlie fust Irlck. The king of hearts was -.lovixi next despite the fact that declarer himself held the queen. East won the trick with the ace, and returned a small club. South played the nine and West won with the jack. West could not return a club, so he shifted to a diamond. This trick 'was won with the king in dummy. . The 10 of hearts ; was played, East won with the jack'-and, when tending the revival : : meeting ! in, nrogrcss at .the Full Gospel plnirch; on Lilly and vine streets. Tlie services are conducted'by. the- pas- East led another. cli.ib. South wq,i or of the church; the Rev. W. O. with the ace. A'sniall"-'spade-was Slnglelerry. There is special nui-' led and won in riunihiy with the at each' service. [ by Mrs. .Irs. Gerlriicle Quellmalz and Earl Bernard Marry CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo. —Announcement was made yesterday if (he marriage of Mrs. Gertrude ^uelhnal^ ani» Mr. Earl Bernard, both-of this clly, which took Jlace last Saturday evening nt the Methodist church parsonage,! svhere the Rev. W. L. Meyer rt^n ;he single ring cerrmonv. T'-,-, vere attended by Mr. and'Mi's. Terry Guard. . , Mrs. Bernard, who has 'made The motto "In God We Trust." was authorized by. Congress nt the suggestion of Salmon 1'. chase,' Ihcn secretary of the Treasury, and lirst appeared on ilia 2-ccnl pircs ot 1864. Phone 673 We Deliver Tile Host in Meals ami Fancy Groceries Pickard Grocery & Market ton Chitkasawba Easier Fknvers - - LILIES in pots and cut lilies, roses, carnations, snapdiagons, sweet peas, and other Easter flowers. MADE up* boxes of assorted plants; yellow ealla lilies, nzaleas, hydrangeas, and pot roses. CORSAGES ot .gardenias and valley lilies, roses and sweet pens. Confederate jasamine, freesias, forget-me-nots,. and other beautiful flowers for gift boxes and baskets. Order Early — Flowers Telegraphed Anywhere — I'lioiic 195 HEATON'S-HOME OF FLOWERS Read Courier News Want Ads I king, and .the remaining hearts [were played. In this way .declarer made four DON'T MISS TJiE HKJ Saturday ''Night in (tie ! > Blue Room Bring your friends and enjoy'. n'< delightful eraiihff of dancing ijnd fun. Everybody will be there. The fla'nce begins-at D o'clock. • Music li> r Lester Bradley's Night Owls SLOG" Per Couple, Plus Tax Benefit Hotel Oreelers of- America Our advertisement of last night stated flic Jewel .Cowboys would appear at the Rilz Theatre Sunday, whereas it should have been the Roxy. Famous Radio and Slage Personalities To Appear at the Easter Sunday, March 28th And Other Guest Stars BILI-.TKOTTEK—WRKC Uaritonc JESALYN PAYNE—I'ianisl Exlraoidinai-y KAY STARR—Swing Singer .HILLY TROTTER, JR.-Son ff and Dance Songs - Dances - Comedy - 'Modern Music 3 Shows—3:30 - 7:15 - 9:00 I'. M. Admission—Matinee & Night—IG & 3«c N' ••"•-•• , . . Also raramcuiit N T ews..intt Comttiy —Continuous Showing Sunday— —Admission— Sunday—All Buy—16 & 3Cc flluntlay 5Iafinc3—10 <fc 2Gc . Monday Niglit—IG & 3Bc TUESDAY, MARCH 80— §25.00 BANK NIGHT! • (Less Slate Tax) —COMING SOON— "Call It A Pay" "50 Roads To Town" "King of Gamblfrs" "Swing IliRh, Swhtf Low" 'Step lively, Jeeves" "Waikiki Wcildinj" 'Seventh Heaven" "iVIaytime" Admission always-lOr & ZSr. " Show every night. Malinccs Fri.- Sal. & Sun., Fri. & Sun. Mali- necs ;it 2:15. Saturday Mallnec at 1:15. Also Cartoon and Serial— "fighting Marines" Sunday - Monday in Town" With Gene Uiiymond Hud Ann Sot hern Also Fcx Jlcvlclonc Xcws and t'cmcfly —SUNDAY OM,V-_ On,Hie. Stage In Verso,, JEWKI, cownovs

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