The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 31, 1937 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 31, 1937
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVJLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1037 \ Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs, Oiorge M. Ue having Voira nnd Country Bridge club Thuisday Contract club mectln: uilh Mrs." O. O. Ciiidr.l. Mis • oss D Mi, > '• U »ii 8 Tl'i'trfd.iy ; uncheon til; 1 Tl-.urtcH:, fliidge -! wlilvMi.'i Fred Player Makes Doubtful Slain As Squeeze Promotes Deuce Methodist church hav- 'irig' : radio 'party at church, 8 P. M. Bingo party at social hall of Church of the Immaculate Conception, 8 1?. M. FRIDAY'S ' EVENTS The ;J America n Legion Auxiliary meeting at 2:30 o'clock. Democratic Women's club meeting" at 'Hotel Noble, 9:30 n in. Executive" board, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist clmrch, ' meeting with Mrs. Theodore Logan, 2:30 pm. Ladies Bible class. First Methodist, church, meeting \\ith Mrs V. M. Brister, 1:30 pm. BY WM. E. McKENNKY I Secretary, American Hrldge league When a player cnn, by means of a squeeze, promote n deuce to the place whcve It takes I lie second and last trick In a suit, ami thus fulfills n Blam contract, h<: may be pardoned for thinking well enough of the play to want It recorded in print. It udds to the Interest lo lenm that oilier players, who held the same cards, went down at a contract of three no trump. ] | Soulh's bidding was very optimistic, and Hie contract was nr A Q 0 5 4 VQ87C «3 + J10Q8 Lake Slr«t' Church Has All Day Meeting:. •Members of the Woman's Missionary Society of the Lake Street Methodist church had on all day meeting Monday wren they quilted until noon. - At lunch the 14 members who had birthdays In the past three months weic guests of honor and later, gifts were exchanged and tt>e identity of the secret "buddic 1 ;" \vaS' revealed. At 2:30 o'clock, Mrs. George Dy- smg'er called a business session Tile devotional was led,by Mrs Cole wlfh/Mrs. M. N. Johnston r<wl- ing'froin John 14 Mrs Cole presented the World outlook cause and<several subscrlplions were taken. ' It was announced that the kitchen, arranged by (he uoincu so as topfacllilate the serving of meals oHhe church, was now completed, and lhat th: quilt made is to be cold. Mrs. A. S. Dean said Ihe closing prayer. , i • • • Church Council Metis. The Extension and 'Council meetings of the First Baptist church were: held- lust 'iitghl at the church with Harry Frltzlus. Sunday school supormltfndent. in charge of the council, and u. W. Mulllns, associate, of the extension. Sixty-two workcis were present to review the work of the past month and to perfect plans for the coming month. Among considerations for the future were the Sunday School training course and the dally vacation Bible school. Several joung" people told'of the recent revival, the first of its kln'cf to be held In this chuich with th? young people In charge chcstei Smor, of Clinton, Miss, was In charge Mrs Jake Huffman and her primary officers. and teachers served supper before the meeting « » * Allar Society To Have Party. Mrs Lloyd Wise and Mrs J. n Clune arc planning the bingo party the altar society of the church of the Immaculate Conception is having, Thursday night, 8 o'clock, at the social hall. • . • .• Lake Street Women Plan Radio Party. The women of the Lake Street Methodist church are planning a "radio program" party for Tnurs- day night, 8 o'clock, which Is to be in keeping with the April Fool holiday but details are being kept secret A varied program is bcln» arranged. Club Ske(s. Mrs. Marvin Robinson was thi guest of Mrs. M. A. Isaacs yesterday ; when she had the Tuesday Bridge cltb. Lunch was served before the card games in which Mrs. Harry Kirby .won first, and Mrs. J. Nick Thomas second high. DuplicotV—N. and W. vul. Sorilh West North Kasl 1 * 1 * fas* 1 V 3+ 3* -1* J'.us <) N. T. }\iss r> * Pois 0 * Puss Puss Pas.i Opening lend—V 4. 31 extremely lucky one to make. However, the manner In which he made use oL every resource to'take 12 tricks perhaps justified his ilnm bid. The opening lead of the four of hearts was won with the ace and Today's Contract Problem Soulh's contract Is four spades. North has bid clubs, and East hearts. Kast wins the first two tricks in hearts. lie can beat the contract If he chooses the proper return. Should that he a club, a diamond, or a trump? A J10 5 V32 454 *AQ0532 AG63 1V/ T{Blind) n i i fi o n J *fl IV (Blind) N. & C.'vul. Opener—V j'. Solution In next issue. 31 Bits of: News Mostly Personal Mrs. Gus Eberdt and Mrs. A. C. Haley spent Tuesday In Memphis Jimmic TIpton has returned lo Tusealoosn, Ala., where he attends Ihc University of Alabama, after spending En-ster wit!) his parents Dr. ami Mrs. Paul L. TIpton. They I Titon ftm ', s met him In Memphis. ' Mr, and Mrs. uoland Green had as their guests Sunday, Btan li. Maxwell. Carl n. Maxwell, Miss Mary Nell Wiiliiron un:l Miss Selma McCrory, of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Plgg and daughter, Evelyn Jean, Charles Maxwell and Miss Clarice Little, of Osccohi. turned from Payettcvllle, whore they accompanied Albert Hldglns back to the university, after he spent Easter at home. Mrs. Wilson remained at Conway for a visit. Roland Green, J-. K-. Chiles of Kelser, and Jim Craln, of Wilson, arc attending to business in Little Rock today. Out of town i>cople here because of the death of Mrs. Q. A. TIpton were: lior son, nr. pleasant TIpton, and daughter, Muss Cecilia, of near Dycrsburg, who have been here for ft week and are returning home today, Mrs. Henry Norton, Mrs, Addle Nichols aaid MVs. II. A. Moody, of Dyers burg, who came over yesterday for Ihe funeral, Mrs. 7,cke Johnson, of Jackson, Tom., who came for the funeral. Miss Martha Chambers, of Memphis, who returned loday after having been here Iwo days, Mr. and Mrs. Lath Abe, of Parkin, who came yesterday and remained overnight. Mrs. O. P. Moss has as her guest for several weeks, Miss Betty V/oin- ack, of Nashville. Tcnn. Hmsell Holland has returned from St. Louts, where he spent Eas- Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Rldgins, Mrs. Jack Wilson, Mrs. Joe G. Trlcsc))- <nan and Mrs. Ted King have rc- tcr wtlh his mother. Mrs. B. N. Allen, of Lllllc Rock tins arrived lo Join Mr. Allen, who IE Ihs new manager of the Blythe- vills Water company. They arc making their home with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirby. Mrs, J. H. Elklns has returned from Trenton, Tenn., where she spent Easter with relatives. . Mrs. C. B. Coulter and Mrs. Grace Miclile were In Memphis yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl O'Neal of Litllc Rock have left after spending Easter with Mrs. O'Neal's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck. Miss Virginia Nunn, who is attending Miss Wylle's School of Business at Memphis, has returned lo Memphis after spending Easter ' !1 £Mrs. Fred smith is returning today to her home in Dexter, Mo., after spending several days with her sister, Mrs. Rodney L. Banister, and family. Mrs. Raymond Fowler and children, of St. Louis, are guests of relatives for several weeks. Miss Virginia Hill and Mrs. Lillian Mooney spent Saturday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Hives Allen will spend Saturday in Memphis. Mrs. Claude whilworth, who Ims been seriously ill 'for the past, six weeks, is now able to be up. Mis. Charles p. wood Is spending several days i" Caruthersvllle with relatives. Frank Huffman, who is a senior at Mississippi college, Clinton, will arrive tonight to spend the spring vacation at home. .. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hanna, ot Morrllton, Ark., have taken a Wood apartment at 120 Dougtm Avc. Woman Commander Of Steamboat Recalled LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (UP)—Tile first woman lo hold' a master's steamboat Dcerx: was Capl. Ella Plcrson of Llllle Rock, it was recalled at an "Old Timers" meeting here. Mrs. pierson, with her husband, also a boat master, first came to Little Rock In 1888. Their craft was best rememtered as having the first "wildcat" whistle and the first square prow. Jungle To lie Laboratory CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (UP) —Physiological cfTects of salt, sugar and water in the bodies of Jungle animals in relation to the adrenal glands and kidneys will be studied by Dr. Sydney W. Britton, University of Virginia physiology professor, now en route to Latin Read Courier News Want Adr Calotabs Help Nature To Throw Off a Cold o down one trick, but South saw ( i chance. The four of hearts may' lave been a singleton, and, If iVrst held the ace of spades, as ills immediate ovcrcall -suggested, hen Ihere was n slight hope. A spade was led while a trump remained In dummy and. when West wun and returned u trump, South continued with the trumps and was able to read Ihc complete distribution of the hands. This showed him lhat Enst'.s original holding was four .spades and six iiearUs. Sotilli, by continuing with trumps, forced East lo part with every heart I" Driver the spnues showing In dummy. • i South now held the Jack and . - - -- seven of spades and the deuce of tnc> ace of diamonds was laid, hearts. He laid tlown the deuce down, The losing diamonds were | then the Jack of spades, and took ruffed In dummy. ; n le i a . s t m^ w m, u, c qucen ot II seemed that the : hand might j spades In dummy. Holland Alumni Will Present Play Friday HOLLAND, Mo. — "Ifobgobblln House," ,a .comedy-thriller by Jay Tobias, will be presented by the Holland ,hlgh school alumni In the school auditorium Friday night. April 2, at 7:30. The piny, described as ^ .three act viol, is under the management of Mrs. Ohmles i dahoon, 'an experienced lay. director. • r The cast Is: Darius Krupp, Junior Barnctt; Prlncella Caiier, Edna Downing; Marlon Carter. Nina Harris; Jill Carter, Mary Virginia Capehart; Frank Hailo Bobbie Smith; Susan Parkins. Ooldla Slaylon; Henry Goober, Filbert Bray; Dellla Worls. Ruby Slaylon; Bluebeard Branson, Irn Znhn'cr; Bill Wllklns. Aaron Tayor; The Headless Phantom, ????? Mid-Week Bible Study Junior High Seniors Will Give Play Friday The senior class of the cll> Junior high school is sponsoring a play Friday night. 8 o'clock Proceeds from Ihe piny will be u.=ed In the fund for the memor Inl the class plans lo leave llils year. The three act comedy entities "Clover Time" has these characters: Mary Helen Moore, Dick While. Jinncs Pounds, Hunte 'Sims, Bill Chamblln, Esther Duim- wiiy, Belly Brooks Isaacs, Vcn Elizabeth Goodrich, Hearldln Ellis, Harold Wood, nnd Claudia Bennett. B'Nai Brith to Meet The local chapter of B'Nal Brill •will have a meeting Thursda : night,) 8 o'clock, In the office o Max Meyers. The First Christian church will "BERNAT luue n Bible study tonight, for, the regular mid-week meeting.' and this will be followed by' games. The pastor, the Rev. Carroll Cloyd, has issued an Invitation to he public lo attend, KNITTING YARNS FREE INSTRUCTIONS New spring and summer yarns Latest Styles Classes, Friday, 2:30 P. M. MRS. LESLIE HOOPER 1109 Chlckasawba Phone IS To Make Bed Beautiful Unusual and the prettiest thing you'can Imagine is the bedspread made of alternating crocheted flower and star blocks. It is Ideal pick-up work, and with so much open ,-work has a lovely lacy appearance. -Another point in favor of this design is the fact that It saves time , and material. The fringed edge adds a crowning glory. Directions for this as well as a lovely crocheted luncheon set »nd an ; arm and chair back set come as -No. C8428. Tear out illustration and send with 10 cents stamps or. com. (Any "three 10 cent "Make It Yourself patterns only 25 cents.) Address yow orders to BLYTHEVILLE QO1JRIEB NEWS MAKE IT YOURSELF PATTERN BUREAU, BOX 166, KANSAS OTTY, MO. Be; sure to ' give name and complete ad- ' on. a JVew NELLY DON Of course, you need it . . . your cottons are Winter - weary and so are you. Take a much needed lift with a print bursting with Spring tulips. Just Try One On today and wear it tomorrow.; Millions have found In Calotabs a most valuable aid in the treatment o( colds. They take- one or two tablets the first night and repeat the third or fourth night if needed. How do Calotabs help Nature throw off a cold? First, Calotabs are one of the most thorough and dependable o? all Intestinal eliminanta, thus.clt-ansing the intcstlnul tract of tha zerm-laden mucus aad toxuies. Second, Calotabs are diuretic to thtt kidneys, promoting the elimination of cold poisons from the blood. Thu* Calotabs serve the double purpose of a purgative and diuretic, both ot Which are needed In the. treatment oC colds, Calotabs are quite economical; only twenty-five cents for the family package, ten cents tor the trial nackagc, " ' ' All colors, to M. Sizes 12 ,93 to no Miss Whitsitt's Shop THE NEW YORK STORE STARTING THURSDAY ALL SALES FINAL NO Charges, Refunds, Exchanges or Lay-A ways Due (o the drastic reductions il is necessary fhn( we make a slight (itting charge. Deep-Cut Reductions On Suits, Coats, Dresses A sale that will make you stop worrying- about the high cost of clothes ... all new spring merchandise that we simply must clear to make room for our large stock of summer \vearahles . . . you know'the regular prices of these garments . . . you know oui 1 reputation for never carrying garments from one season to another... you know, too, that early selections are always best, therefore,'we urge your attendance at. the opening sale tomorrow morning. Dozens of Beautiful Silk and Wool Spring Dresses Values to $19.75 Values to $16.75 All of our better silk dresses and suits including College Campus and Co-Ed, all late spring styles. Silk Dresses Mu light and dark prints and solids, short and long sleeves, also some evening dresses. Values to $12.75 $2 98 2 for $5 Group of early spring dresses in silks, light weight wools and angoras, also a few dance frocks included. One Group of Slightly Soiled BLOUSES AND SHIRT WAISTS Values U to Coats-Suits Including 3-piece costume suits at the following reductions $7.75 Values $5.95 $12.75 & $16.75 Values $9.95 $19.75 & $24,75 Values $14.95 $29J5 to $39.75 Va!. $22.95 $59.75 Values $39,75 Drastic. Reductions on Negligees, Knit Goods, Lounging Robes and Kid Gloves **r^

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