The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 29, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 29, 1937
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PAGfe BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY-MARCH 20;-ib3'/ FLAPPER FANNY -QBV «»stwjcc. me. r.«. Rta v. s. ta. OFF, By Sylvia •'foetal Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS • Mrs. M.', A. Isaacs having Tuesday "Biidge club. 'Young •'-•• Matrons" Bridge "club meelirij' vlth Mrs Dixie Crawford '"N ' WEDNESDAY'S EVENTP Mis. ,HaiIT, Kirby having Wednesday Bridge club. Church of Christ Bible study meeting with Mis. r E D, Baker, 2'30 P. M, < THimSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Ciorge M. LI.C having •}ow'i nn-1 Countiy Bridge club llvuiKtins qontrocl club meelin? • V, ith * Mra. O' G. OlUdlil. Mi's OSf D 'II, ' '. hiulig Vtunfday luncheon lit.') ' Tl.urtchy Bridge ':l'u> nicEiliiij vilh MM Fred Rutncrlm- • Tjake,St.-.Method!st church hav- Ing.iadio paily at church, 8PM FRIDAY'S EVENTS The American Legion \Auxillniy meellng at 2:30 o'clock. Democratic- Women's club meeting at Hotel Noble, 9:30 am Glehda Maxine Wallace , Weds Edward Williams Bits of News Mostly Personal I Declarer Takes His One Chance and Reaps Reward tThe marriage of Miss Glcnd? 1 Maxme Wallace, ot Wilson, and Edward earmark Williams, of Ai- iriorel, -was solemnized Enstcrmorn- ing at St Augustine, Tin. Dr Rung, pastor of the rlrst Presbyterian church of thnt city, performed the ceremonj at his church li' the presence of membeis of the immediate families. -The altar was decorated with Madonna lilies arranged against nn embankment ol foliage and Cathc- , ciftl tauers were in candelabin. at each side ,Mrs. W. M Wallace Jr, of Vina, Ala, served as nralron of lionr, 1 and W. M Wallace jr,\v,ns the bndegicoin's best man Following the rites the parents ot the bride entertained with a •vveddlng brtnkfnst before Mr nnd lire. Williams left for a honeymoon trip to Havana, Cuba JThe bride, who is the daughter of Mr and Mrs W. M Wallace, of Wilson, received her- education; at I^ujanno school, Memphis, nnd Sulluis college, Bristol. Va, where she specialized in music x -• r Mr. Williams, who Is the son of |5«Uand Mrs. A. B , Williams'of Winchester, Tenn , ^ns praduntcd from the university -of Tennessee I S&«ol of pharmacy, Memphis, ant! is : riOw"Wnnected with the Lcc'WIl' son'Company-at the Armorcl Drug store ^at'Annorel, Mrs. Charles AHord, Mrs. Gns Ebsrdt, Mrs. Wilile Wilson and Miss Emma Kale Richards were In Joneaboro Friday night for 'a recc|i- tion given by District 15 for Mrs. Anna Smalley, assistant worthy grand matron of the Grand chapter of the World, Order of the Eastern Star. 'The nllatr. was nt the Masonic hall. Miss Zola Crafton returned Saturday from several days slny in Memphis. She was nccomp-ltilcd lionio by her sister, Miss Velum Craflon, who spent. Easier with hci family. Miss Martha Chambers, of Mem. plils, spent Ihc weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.}!. I.. Chambers. Mr. and Mrs, Allen pickard have tis their guests, Mr, nnd Mrs. James Covlnglon, of whllehusc, Tenn., and Mrs. T.' 11. Solomon, 'of Brownsville, Tenn., who will lie here several days. ; Miss Grace Phelps will return tonight from Little Rock, whero' she itlcnded the funeral of a friend today. .Mr. and Mrs. J. Morris Moon'of M'ouctU', were guests of Mr. Moon's -varcnls, Mr. and .1 Mrs. M.. T, Moon, yesterday. Id Vmson 'was stricken seriously 'II Saturday, wlillc at his Job nt the Joyncr Motor Sales Company, ind Is now at the Blytheville iios- litul - ' ' : BY WM. E. McKKNNEY Scurlary, American Hridgc League North could count only seven sure Irlcks when he saw Hie' dummy go'down In today's hand. As contract WHS a game' In no trump, he needed to develop two nicre Irlcks. Many players hold- hls ccirds would start right In, after winning the opening lead, to develop the spado suit, and would pay for this defiance of simple iirllhmetlc by losing a gnme. The declarer, North, was Frank Mr. and Mrs. S. Jtcdcl spent fcis- er with relatives'in Helena. Mr and Mrs, J. Neal Clescll tir- lv«l home'last night, from n week's •tfty 111 llol Springs. ; fine Uollnrd, who lias been crill- atly 111 at the Memphis Methodist o'pllal, wns brought home ycster- 1ny. His condition is now iiiucli mprovcd. Ills'mother, Mrs. B; s. ^002 V J 100 « K104 * A Q J -1 XJ10 V A87D »Q85 AC532 AQV3 ^ Q-12 « AJC3 A A K C 5 -I : VK03 • *fl72 : •?. K 10 t Duplicate—E. nnd \V. vul. ! Soiilh IVcsl North Kast ;1 ft I'ass 2* !';iss 12 * P;iss 2 N. T 1'nss ; 3N.T. I'iiss Piiks Tsss i Opening lead—* 3. 2'. K. Tcrklns, of Boston, yvcll ns cue of the leading bridge players Of New England, and as an Interesting writer on the ganjc. , Today's hand Is n close one, nhc ; returned with him. Beit Lvnch jr.. of si. Lonln, :spsnl Mic Eislcr holiday with liis ; iiar- enls. : . Miss- Jeanne Harrison,' n 'student it Arkansas Stale college, joiiss- 'x>ro, spsnt Uic Easter holidays here TlbullOh of the adversely held •nrds. The damond lead probably ndicated u four card suit in the East hniul; hence, after whining lie first lead with the king of liflmonds, declarer pondered'where ic coiiid Ihicl the two additional ind in Nremphls, returning! cliool Inte jT-stcrdny. to Mr. aiid Mrs. A. Lyiich 'had Daughter Born. A daughter>\\as born Easter afternoon to Mi. and Mrs. Hush Whit- '.sitV'Bl.Uie TIic baby who weighed eight and a fourth pounds, has ueen named Gall Before her marriage Mrs Wlntsitt v,asi Miss Marliia Robin- Ihelr guesls yesterday Mrs.! Ed Moors and daughter, Miss Betsy 'talc, of si. Louts, an<1 Mrs. Moors' -ll'l'Jo ssnjaoddoci tuus SJI<J 'toisis tie Rock. : Mrs. A. B. 1'Mlriield, Mrs. George M. Hunt and Mrs. Eltoii W. Kirby verc In Memphis Saturday. Claik Hetheringlon, of Jonesboro, •vas the giiesl of Miss irens Tinker Saturday ana Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webb, ot Hernnndo, Miss., were guests of Mr. Webb's parents, l\ir. antl Mrs. John Webb, yesterday. Miss Dealmie Coulter, who '(tending MJss Wylle's School ot Today's Contract Problem The contract Is North's for tlirce no trump. Should he win Iho opening lead In either hand, or hold up with the Intention of blocking a run !n the heart suit? ' ... • . VK7 »53 it) J 10 9 I! V 1005'! » QIC 7 * A3 V/ E S Doalcr VQJ83 4JC. + 10962 *754 VA02 . * A K 9 8 4 2 *4 AH v.ul. Opener—V 3. Solution in next issue. (ricks that lie needed. Although he held eight spades, Including the and king, and only' six hearts in the combined hands, with both the ace ;:n;i queen missing, he decided rightly that his one chance for game lay In hmUiiR the heart queen In the East hand. ' ". The jnck of hearts was led, and East covered. Tlie king was play- ed'trom [lummy and West won with the ace. Now declarer- was iitsured of two spades, two hearts, one diamond, and four clubs. "Lucky,"'.some readers will ex- Attends Father's Funeral Mrs, N. B. Menard Is In Camden, Ark., for the funeral of her ather, M. D. Hale, 70, who died yesterday morning at f>lonroe, La., ivhere he lived.' Mrs. Menard was ailed to Monroe Saturday night but did not reach there until after death. Funeral services were leld this morning and Mrs. Men- ird will return home tonight or tomorrow. Mr. Hale had visited here several llriies. SYDNEY (UP) — One of Australia's contribution:; to the coronation of George V! will be a collection of wild flowers and lilants from the Australian "bush." They will be sent to England packed In ice and will be kept alive at the Chelsea flower show throughout the coronation cere monies. Phone 673 We Deliver The Best, in Meats and Fancy Groceries Read Courier News Want Ads •."And King Solomon li»d 700 wives..." | "Gosh!'And diet they all huvc charge accounts?" !e|>cixls for success upon the dls-' clhlin. Actually, North hud an ex- Will Give Demonstration for County Club Women Miss Sue Marshall, statc^clolhing -rccialist, will be in Blytheville Wednesday and will give a demonstration, "Prom Barrel to Cbnir," In ipholstcrlng for Home Demonslra- '-ioii club women of the county. The meeting will begin promptly at 10 a.m. til the Christian church aii- actly even chance, so the clement of luck cannot bo considered.. He look the one chnncc he had of getting nine tricks, while, if had tried to set up lire spndc'sult. the contract would huvc been defeated, lsV~hospital, where she has been II /or a long time during which •line she underwent two opcrn- lons. She wns accompanied by 3r. McLean and their daughter, Miss Elizabeth, who came, home Mr. mid Mrs. C. M. Gray. Sunday he accompanied his .mother, his of Mr. Lciitl's uncle,' J,' P. Lcnil and Mrs. Lcnli, ycstei'day. Drs. Carl and Edna Nies>-'am Dilly Kimbevly spent: .Easter >h Tom Mississipi)! State College for Memphis with Dr. A. Meadc;' go (Vomoii, at Columbus, to spend inn down -Saturday. les on L*xth street. l Hold Services for Ezra Adams at Manila Lone Oak News Elder J. F. Manning kept his .rcaultir appointment l|:re Saturday night and Sunday, but due lo the death of tin uncle was unable to preach Sunday night. The Indies' auxiliary met at the church Tuesday afternoon. The Lone Oak basketball learns plan to enter the 4-H club tour- he Easter holidays. They took. Mrs. McLean to their ney ; 'home tc'r, .Miss 'Mary,. Eliza 111 Dougan Avenue, r which they Memphis' lodny; " •sccnlly purehrcsixl. Mrs. E<igar Isornm and daugh- ' beth, a\j6 hi Mrs. J. F. Leh'ti niicl Mrs.' J. M. Business, spent the weekend wilier' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E Jouttcr. . : Mr. and Mrs, Cecil Ulni and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shcarln r.ent the weekend in Fort Smith! Mr. nnd Mrs. Julian Belts, of Memphis, were guests of Mrs. belts' oarcnls, Mr. nnd Mrs. C, M. Buck, for 'Busier. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Freeman iiolored to Caraway for Ihc holi- lay with relatives. Foriest Mcore, \v:io' attends the stile university at Fayettcvlllc, returned to school today after spending Ihe Easter mention at :omc:Wlth his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Kirby spent Enstcr McFarland, of Caruthcrsvllle, are llh her family in Paragould. I in Memphis loday. Mr. and Mrs. David Barton, of Frank Chllds, of West Memphis, New Madrid, Mo,, were guests of spent Ihe weekend with : Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burns /of' Chiles, the former Miss Lystra Brncktn. . ; .-•'•'•' Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hsndrix, of Osceola, were .the^ -of Im Grny, who Mrs. Hendrlx's parenls,' Mr., and State college, Mrs. Lcndehnie Fowler, for the \V3ekcnd. . ; : James Guard, who ;atlends |lic the weekend. Marcus Evravd is attending to business Corning today. Victor' Ivy and .ittend Arkansas Joncsboro, spent Ihe home. nament whicli will be held nt Elowah. April 2 nnd 3. Mr. nnd Mrs. Herman Hart spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and".Mrs. O. N. Forrest. Rosa Enochs enl i r;aln<vl a *• | group of young pco|)le - with a MANILA, Ark.—Funeral services party lust \Veonestmj. nlgla. will -bo held here Tuesday for I T) IC | tt<llcs . auxiliary surprise* ^ra Adams. 48. son of Mrs. Mrs . Janc B oney with a birthday -orge Snydcr of this city, who d i, Jne r last Monday and each meet shortly after midnight last guest presented-her: with a gift, light nt his home at Marked *rec. Pneumonia was Ihe cause •f death. Mr. Adnim is survived by his not her... his father, J. M. Adams,, lis wife, two sons, Ira of Equality, II., and Raymond of Marked Tree, wo .brothers, -Lncy •••of (Marte! Cree and Ererelt, of lost Cane, lister, Mrs. Grace Edwards of Mohawk, N. Y.. a lialf-brother, .irovcr Snydcr, Manila merchant. Mid other relatives In Arkansas and Illinois. . Arrnngcinenls for the funeral lave not been completed. Head Courier News Want Ads Listen, Mr Motorist!" LET US . Recondition Your MOTOR We use LieUer parts and get the job done better. Our prices are reasonable. Hall's Garage Pickard Grocery -•& Market >, 1014 Chiekasawlia '.' R-IT Evtrrthlnj For Your Entertainment and Comfort Last Time Today Lorctlu Young anil / Tyrone Powers in ., "Love Is News'' News and Musical —Admission— JIniinee—10 & 26o Night—16 & 30o TUESDAY IS $25 BANK NIGHT weekend nt Miss Dobulc Lee King, of Bruns- Unlverslty of Arkansas at Fayette- Leslie P. Moore. Miss Helen Brown and I'cle L:nti. of Memphis, were guc.sU , and a sister. Louise Dju^ticr Bern. * Mr and Mrs Bojd Godwin, of Merced. : lCallf:, announce the birth of a" daughter Februatiy 23, at ths Mercy Hospital of that cits Ths baby;.who weighs. 7 1-3 pounds, has been' named Bobby L^e Godwin. Mr. Godwin formerly lived here but Jias'been in California for the past two years WcmanVCluIi Board Has Luncheon Meeting. The- executive board of the Woman's club had a luncheon meellng Friday at the club house when interesting plans \\ere made for fu-1 toe nctiulies I v_.^ Among these was lo have tV.e annual election of officers .in May, at the fame time other clubs in the state elect, to organize a junior club for joung women between ths ages of 18 and 23 as .the principal spring project, and lo cooperate with the Music department in celebrating Notional music week during Maj , The' president, Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer, urged the members to 'attend the district council meeting at Marion In April, the exact dale not yet decided, and also announced that Mississippi county will probably have 'a repiesentatlie at the National council meeting at " lc day. TUsa, Oklahoma, April 26-30 * * « ' IiUtrary Department • Mcmtcrc Hear Itaicn. A 1 -review of the book '"Tne "ZTxile ' Pearl Buck was gUcn by Mrs jHafry W Hnims ot a meeting of the Literary Department of the Woman's club Friday afternoon, at ths club :Mrs. uarhesHill was leader of the program and the review was given after she had told of several boo! s now being widely read * * * Dogwood Club Has Party Heft. There were 83 who attended tre dlliner party given at the Woman's club Thursday night when the lh3 ' •«as hostess™The m afralr at was C cs- fieatf«K!VJr 0 SJ5fe,y c "™ 0 "'" n "«" °"^ wick, Ga., arrived Saturday night v'H?,' is spending several days at lo spend her 'vacation with her home. ..- , • uothcr, Mrs. Robert E. Lee King, .Mr. and' Mrs. Lloyd .Simpson ' . Clner, who teaches In a Jones- ROIO school. Week cntl guests of Dr. nnd Mrs. S. [>. Martin and 'family were mi- and Mrs. M. o .Martin of Rolln. Mo., Mrs. John M. Nichols of Dy- rrsburg, Tenn.. Miss Manila Anderson of Tc\arkana. nnd Miss Jcanelta Jean Sebaush. of Mcm- phis. Miss Edna May Oliver her guests for the weekend, her mother, who resides at K«>eir-'- lunt, Mrs. Hctlie Meade, and Miss Mary Outlaw, to Rector, Ark foi D. C. McLean was velum- ! cd home yesterday in xCobb am- milanto Irom the Memphis Hap- 1 ind her sisters, Mrs. Hugh Union Thompson and Mrs. Samuel F. Norrls. • Miss Rose Lou Cooke, who is n member of the Whitton school acuity, spent the weekend with icr sister, Mrs. \V. J. Wimdcrlicli, iud family. U, S. Di'mison jr.. returned to 'Taycltcvllle today, where he attends the state university, after spending the weekend willi his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Nick Thomas jr., of Memphis, were guests of Tliomas' parents for the weekend. .Mr. ft ! 1 d Miss Catherine Harris, of NEW LOW TERMS Memphis, were here yesterday en- route home from Pamgould. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. J. Burks .spent Easter in Memphis •.vllh friends and relatives. ,": • . Mrs. D. -Forre:f ami. daughter, Ruth, of Helena, were guests, of Mr. and Mrs. B. ,I. Allen and; Mr. ant! Mrs. W. 11. Nallcy . for the weekend. Dennic Fowler is attending to business in Little Rock. !' • Congress passed the" first Corporation tax in America in 1909; 'The I I law taxed nil corporations ' over ' Clmrlcs Atcl. of Hot Springs,! S5000 and was passed before the left today after .spending the income tn.x amendment. .' weekend cousins. Hugh, Kelson ana Morris Kinn Thompson, i Mrs. F. D. Underwood went'to Hot Springs today to visit Mr.! underwood, who resides there He came over for iier. Marion Gray, of Memphis, came up Saturday to visit his parents, Wrecker Scrvirc - Gas '& OH Open All Night Phillips Service Center t'lioncs 777 - 810 Stomach Gas So Bad Seems . for husbands of the mem- bcrs and thtre nerc abo ten guests • Mrs J. A., Payne, president, corned the gutsls and music was furnished bsvtlie recreation band of LUxora, Binder' the direction of Mrs Ulna pjess Can-oil. . After dmr.eran/re-u ere dancing android fashioned games and con" 1 ccnitlBstlon, Kirby Bros. Drug Co. .Robinson Drug Co. , -,, — - - _ " Pocket gophers do not carry dirt In their cheek pouches; they push the dirt from the hole ullh their heads and feet. - Drs, Wert & Wert QlPTpMBIRISTS Crer Joe Isaacs' Store "WE MAKE 'EM SEE" Phone 540 1- 0 r l!rlK try AV h U c r. «tor clotlirs our luindry Clean curtains nnri tlriipcs mean n brighter home. We do (hem beautifully. Lighten your house clcan- injf work by sending your drapes, snuill riigs, ele., lo us. PHONK 180 ON ANY HEW 1937 FARM P HILC O In; the new battery-operated Philcos 'for 1937 you get reception far more • perfect than ever before possible in a farm radio! New cabinets.. .new features . . . new easy terms that make it possible for you to enjoy your: new Philco without delay. ' —Acini issicii— Matinee—10 & 2Ge Night—16 ft 36c Selected Short; Admission always 10c .&.","2Bc Show every ' nlghl. JIatinecs''JFn. Sat. i Sun., Tri. s. gun. 'jiaii nccs nt 2:15. Saturday Malinc al 1:15. 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