The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 6, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 6, 1937
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PAGE TWO> BLY'IHEVILLB fA'RK.)' COURIER NEWS Social Calendar WEDNESDAYS EVENTS Mrs v B. M. Huffman having Bible study, Church of Christ, 2:30 p.m. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham having Wednesday Bridge club. Delphians meeting Hotel Noble, 8 30 A M Sunbeams meeting Fust Btiutkt church, 3 30 P. M.j E\ccuti\e board Sudbury I'-TA meeting.'2:30. P.' M., followed by gcneial meeting 3 P. M Women's MUilouarj Societ), First Christian church having supper meeling, 7 p.m. THURSDAY'S 'EVENTS Business- .Women's. circle, .First Bintist church, meeting 7PM Mrs. J. E. Hassan. having Thurs day Contract club. Thursday Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. R. P. Kti-shner Mrs. Hiram Wylie having Thursday Bridge club, Mrs. G. F. Tucker-having Town and Country Bridge club •Chapter -"N" P. E. O.. meeting with-Mfi><-Farmer England, 500 W WfllnutvStrect, 7 30 pm f FRIDAYS B .FEN IT- Easiern Star having birthday partyy,1:30 p.m. Ehnjvood, Cemetery Association meeting with Mrs. Paul Greenwell, 1037 Chickasawba Avc,, 3:30 p.m. Mrs:' Sam Head-" and : Mrs. J. M. Gillcspie entertaining Dorcas Sun- das scliool cla^E First Baptist dirndl,-. 2 30 P. M Fidelity class of the rln.1 Baptist fhuich to ha\e pot luck sup per jit Mrs Wtlllam Berrymans residence on- Cherry street at p.m. • SATURDAY'S EVENTS Ch Idren of Confederacy meellns Miss Frances 'jMcJInncy, 2:30 d 1'urh. -< FLAPPER FANNY, By Sylvia "I'll say this for you, kid—you gel home Irom school on lime." "Well, I'm not bad enough to be kept in, and not good enough to stay imc! clean tlie blackboards." Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. Ernest .Burlejvpf. Memphis, :irc spending a few days icre with Mr. and Mi's.-M. Fitz- Immons. Mr. and Mrs. II, T. Blythc and TUESDAY, APRIL ( ;, 1937 Chosen by Business and Professional Women to Succeed Mrs. Oberst Heads B. and P. W. p.m. Aitci Mr and Mrs. R. P. Parks were guestj; of Mi and Mrs Join Smith for a pirl> Sunday night n Osceola! where the Smiths mo\e' four weeCs ago Other oul of^lowi guests 'were Mi', and Mrs. Ernes Joiies, of Little Rock, Mr. and Mrs Frank Lemons and daughter, Mis Juanlla, of Memphis, Cards and dancing cnlcrtaiiie the guesU before refreshments wcr served. * * * Lone Oak Women Meet. Tlie Women's Missionary Soclct of Lone Oak nipt, n I Hi Mrs w J Walters wheu 2S members nnd ton \lsiton attondet! .Ih'c gucstsl'wei Mrs, B L, Hawkins anil daugV >ter, ora Lee of Half Moon, Mrs Lillie Honey, of Steele, and Mil Bob Stdrs', df Laue Oak Tlie piccmg of a quilt was dlL cussed and the group was disnnsse with prayers by Mrs R L Haw kinsi The hostess was assisted by M. Bill \Vakefleld In serving rcfresl ments. .* * * Guild Meets: The guild of the st Stephc Episcopal Church met at the hoi of Mrs A G f Ittle Monday af ernoon when' Mrs. -Little nnd Mrs. F. L. Engler were on the program. Mrs Little gave a review of the -book "The Proselyte' 1 and Mrs.'Bugler led the stud} of the interior, and exterior of Episcopal churches. Red tulips,.-baby breath and jonquils from her garden decorated the Little house for this occasion. Re--, freshhients Were served after the program. *• * * Christian w°mcr To Sponsor Meeting. The Women's Missionary group of the First Christian church is planning' an open meeting for Wednesday night, 7 o'clock, in the social hall of ihe church Following supper the young people will.present a program. Husbands of members will be guests of honor. t * Program Given Ily lake Street Group Mrs. George Disinger conduclw the meeting of the Lake Street Missionary Society .yesterday:' new home mission study book "By the Waters ot Bcthesda' 1 by J M Armond, Mas started by the members. It Is being taught b^ Mrs o, J^ Rodgcrs The memberl will have a social meeting will Mrs W L Green nc\l Monday.' Eastern Star (o Have Birthday Parly. Grand officers of the 15th <lls trict and members of the Osccol chapter of the .order O f .the East ern Star wilt be guests' or Ihc Bly thcvillo chapter for a party Fn day night The occasion will b the celebration of the 32nd birth day of the local group. • • » Holland School Class Has Thealer Party Here. The gradualing class of the Ho land high school had a theater party at the RiU last night where they saw Jean Arthur .Mid Charles Boyer in "History Is Wade at Night" . 4 -^i Later the 40 guests unit to Ihc Poodle Dog club Jor supper and dancing « * ft Auxiliary Has Business Session There were H members i of the Women's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church •who attended the business meeting Monday afternoon, st the church. It was announced that Mrs. C. S Babcock, president, Mrs. Fred , Sandefur and Mis W. A. Dobyns V.I11 attend the meeting '.of Ark, tsnsas Presbyterial in Little Rock, Makes Slain When Defender Discards Needed Exit Card By. WM. IJ. JlcKliNNliV . Secretary, American Kridgc League -"Don't give up.the ship," is an txccllcnt motto for -bridge players. Sometimes, when things look dnrk- tst. a ray of liyht may appear, nnd even an Impossible contract may become possible. Mrs. Jsnnes H. Helton, plnying at, the * Brooklyn Heights Bridge Club, ^Brooklyn, N. Y.', recently proved the value of this observation by the manner in which she \ fulfilled her contract of six no 1 ' rump, on today's^hand... . fyWS Hoitort sHl Enst'' filid; not' realizing that -tier partner' liail 1 . ') I \ * A J D B 7 •« -v- V.06.5 . . ..-« J5 \ : ' b 6 5 4 3 VQ ^ Q j r) g 7 G N \V E , S' Dealer k2 M o n A t o AKQIO V AKJ 10 * 870 •> 1032 Today's Contract Problem South, after opening the bidding with one spade, has jumped to four spades, and hns redoubled when West doubled. With five high card? that apparently should win tricks, what suit should West select for an opening? : WEST AP8542 V A K 2 * AKCJ : '- *QlP '•"''}" •' None vulnerable. " • Solution in noxl issue. " t A K10 8 •! 3 Duplicate—Noiic vulnerable! South West North i;ast 1 A Pass Pass Pass Pass Piiss Pass 2N,T. 3V Pass Pass Opening lend — & 0. Double pencd the bidding with less tliah ninimiun strength, naturally de- idetl. to try for a slam. West's lelayed support In spades. \\ last's own fit in clubs and an honor n hearts, ns well us the diamond trcngth, suggested no trump ns tlis cest contract. Mrs. Holton won tlie lirsl trick will) the king, then laid down the" nca of spades,, and learned the dls- .ribution of ttinl suit. However, she ilid not- give up, but next led the ace of clubs. Then she took four move club tricks, discarding two •small diamonds and one spade. South hud to find four discards and ttuite. naturally threw two ainily. of Memphis, were gucsti '• ^resident, MrB. f Mr. niythe's mother, -Mrs. J, l » el ' officers >V. Blylhc, and family, Sunday. . Mrs, Roscoe Crafton nnd chll- Ircn, of Ultle Rock, arc .guests of Mr. Guidon's molher, : Mrs. S. Crafton, :md family. They-for- ncrly liver liere. Mrs, Frank M. Mltchener and £0n, Frank jr.. of Sunnier, .Miss., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'C. L. Wylie and Mr. and Mrs. Hiram ,Vyll5. •-.'•'. Mrs. 13, l'. Kiger lias 'returned ,'roni a visit in Memphis. , Among Ihose from here who iit- iwjpd Uie lecture given by nic.ii. ird'Hnllluurlon, Memphis traveler, it Carulheisvllle last night were: Dr. and Mrs, L, H. Moore, Mrs. O. P. Moss, Mr, and Mrs. J. Ncal Gescll, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Browne and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wyllc. Mrs. W. 1). McOlurkiu is spending two days in Luxora with relfi- tive.s. ' Mrs. O. P. Luwrencc. of Grenada, Miss., is the guest of Mr. ami Mi's. Hiram Wylie. J. T. Alfont has been taken to Ihc St. Joseph's hospital, Memphis, for treatment. Mrs. Robert Tthnue has bcei akcn to the Memphis Baptist hos pllal. Mrs. C. A. Cunnlnglmm, \vlio i lending some time in Hot Spring while Mr. Cunningham is nt th Army and Navy hospital, cam home last night and will retur Hot Springs Thursday; Ml Cunningham, who is now nine improved following a, lengthy ill ness, plnns to return home abou May 1. The Rev. uii.i MIS. C, B, Patto 3f Welner, Ark., firrlvcd here yes icrtlay lo visit Mrs. Palton's par ?nts, Mr. and Mrs. M. Nelson. Mrs. Bud Graham, of Plin Mjch., has been called to the b=d side of tier father who is serlousl ill at ihe Bnplisl hospital in Men phis. Sondra Ann Lnnsfoixl tins relur :d home after..spendlng four';daj in Cnrnliiersville wltlu her .Une nnd aunt,. Mr( and Mrs. .Curt Bryant. Mrs. James B. clark was ill Cf uthersvillc Monday afternoon fc he "open house" party given Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wlllia Slmde in honor of their fiftlel vedciing anniversary. Mrs. Brooks Flowers will lea. sometime this week for her lion n Birmingham, Aln., after spcii ing a week with her sister, Mr Mrs. H. L. Reynolds, long nc- tlve In the Business and Professional Women's club, was elected president of the organization last night at n dinner meeting at the home of the retiring VV. T. Oberst. named were: is:'Jus* Hormr, first vlce-presl- nt; Miss Thelnm Wells, second cc-presldcnl; Miss Marie Harsh, recording secrllory; I'lr^. nrenCQ Holder, treasurer; Mrs. Morgan, corresponding crctary; Mrs. W. T. Oberst, pur- ninenlarlan. In'<the'- past year Hie club has jcompllshcd much. nS was shown reports given. One of the most utstanding achievements lias been study course on social psychol- smnll diamonds and two small hearts, retaining the queen, jack, and live of spades, the jack and nine of hearts, and the itick of diamonds, i Now the diamond finesse was taken, dropping Soulh'.s Jack. The ace of diamonds -followed. South was forced to discard. He dropped ft small spnde. Mrs. Holtoi) non- led llic ten of spades, forcing South to win. South returned a .heart, but the ace won in dummy and the spades in .declarer's hand were all gooa for tricks. If South had discarded his hcurts. and kept his diamonds he could have beaten the contract, as the diamond would then have giver him nn exit when forced in will the spade; but that would hav Iwou a rather unusual play Indeed ;oing over tomorrow and return-1 connected with the U. S. Engineers IR Friday. ' visited friends in town over ttv Mrs. B. n. Allen led the <lcvo- week end. tonal. I Miss Betty -Love of Memplii * " * i spent Saturday and Sunday as tin \'07,ireiif Juniors Meet i guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bobs The Nazarene Junior Missionary 1 Miss Jennie Ralph and Mrs. c >ccicty met Saturday afternoon iH- Wcathersby left Sunday for t Ihe church. Millard Evans, the I week's visit in Hot Springs, president, led the opening song 1 Mr. nnd Mrs. H. C. Cady o nd Mrs. Ophelia McGregor led in i Nurthlicld. VI.. are cucsls o •wnycr. The members practiced j Ciecvgc Florida and his mother Ilii for the program (hey presented 3unday in church. taught by Miss Winnie Vlr- Ir Turner. Another is the spanning of a Girl Scout troop with rs. Homer as leader. The club ns n net gain of six members the year. A report of the ublic relations chairman, Mrs. eynolds, showed that the club nd been represented at tlie cosevelt breakfast in Hot Springs, lie national board meeting of \c' Business and Professional Wo- icn's club in Chicago last July, Mrs. H. L. Heynolds Mrs. H. L. Reynolds was elected president of the Business nnd Professional Women's club In a meeting last night. Steele-Cooter Society — Personal Imogcnc Manning was elected the prettiest girl. Miss Irene Wallace was voted the lady with Cinderella fett. The alumni are sponsoring a dance at the Green Inn tomor- - night. hersvlllc, Mo., club which was organized during the past year. The retiring parliamentarian, 'Ply, ,Hcl t the northeast Arkansas district ! ting at Forrest City last fall, imt most of the members con- rlbuted to the Rice-Stlx factory untl, Hint the group .cooperated vith the Gooclfcllows at Chrisl- rmstimc and assisted in the flood Elicf nctivities, and that a joint nceting was held during Business Women's week with the Cam- day night for St. Charles, Mo., where she is a student at Lindenwood college after spending the spring holidays at home, she was Here when, her father, Dr. M. O. Usrey, died •suddenly last Monday Badcr, Installed the In the business ses- followed a spaghetti Mrs. J. w. icw officers sion which upper. Mrs. Horner. Miss Wells, Miss Harnish, Mrs. E. B. Thomas, Mrs. Holder, Dr. Edna Nles and Mrs. S. S. Sternberg assisted Mrs. Oberst as hostesses. The colors of the many spring flowers which decorated the house made a rain- tow motif. Mrs. J. H. Workman was hostess to the Study club at her hcme on Walnut avenue, Since Mrs. Cleo Garrett has been elected >as president of the newly organized P. T. A., she resigned as president of this club and her place was given to Mrs. R. C. Steele sr.. with Mrs. Carl Shecley as vice president. Mrs. Pete Coleman is reporter. The socUty will have its next meeting in the home ot Mrs. L. E. Cooper at Cooler on April 15. Mrs. Joe Russell and Miss Nina Brooks of Cooler arc in Memphis, where they are taking treatments at the Methodist hospital. Miss Opal Taylor Is with them. Mr. and of Dexter here as guests of the latter's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Walker. Mrs. S. L. Robinson arrived home this afternoon from Memphis where sho has been at the bedside of her sister, Mrs. W. R. Turner who Is seriously ill at the Methodist hospital. Her condition is unimproved. Mrs. Abncr Ashcratt, Sonny and Lois Maureen Ashcraft of Cooler spent last week-end In Sleelo with Mrs. Aslicraft's sister, Mrs. Slwood Brown, and other reta- Uvcs. Due lo school activities the P. r. A. meeting which was announced to be held at the auditorium on April iG has been changed to April 14. In ! ,he recent Mrs. Charles McClard spent last wtek-end Negro School Observes Julius Rosenwald Day Tlie Harrison negro school here observed Julius Rosenwald Day and paid tribute to J. A. W. Shivers, principal of the scliool for 13 years before his death in 1933, last" Friday. The Rev. E. E. Taylor, of Plum- merville, and several pupils of the school paid tribute to Julius Rosenwald and R. c. Childress, sial* Rcsenwald agent. A tree planting program was given by Ethel E. Jackson, who sanj "My Task," the boys' club anil th= alumni association. Poems were read by Supl. A, A. Arnol-J and Cecil Pa rice. The scliool chorus, directed by Bessie Par tec, sang two of Rosen- wrfld.'s favorite spirituals "1 Want to He Ready" and "My Lord's Writing All the Time." Tl-e average length of'a lion's life is 40 years. Longevity Formula Mild SAN JOSE, Cal, (UP)— The Jor- imiia for longevity 'of Jesus Andasola. who has just celebrated his 100th birthday, docs not vary much from the ordinary. "Drink -a little, rmoke a little and don't .work too nlumni contEsi- Philllp Koury received first prize in the amateur contest and Miss Sweeten it with Domino I pure cane-clean-full weight | Refined in U.&AJ~ Everything For Your Entertain, menl and Comfort (i.css —ON Stale Tax) THE SCREEN- of 11 With Virginia m-iice and Ulclvyn Douglas Also "Washingluli in Virginia" and Comedy'' —Admission— illatinec—10 & 2Kc Night—16 & Me Wcds.-Thur.-fri. M. O. Usrey, coming up for tl funeral of Dr. Usrey. Mr. and Mrs. James McClurc Sardis, Miss.; returned yesterday ihelr home after having been he for a week wllh Mr. McClurc's s r. Mrs. M.. O. Usrey. Nfrs. Etta Huttenlochei- returned Saturday to her home.In Faycttc, Miss., after having spent several days with her sister. Mrs. M. O. Usrey, coming up because of the death of Dr. Usrey. Miss Mary Suain'Usrey left. Sun- Osccola Society — Personal Mrs. Dwigiit H. Blnckwood and I daughter. Virginia, left Sunday for j llicknnin, Ky.. upon receipt of n telegram notifying them of the dfatti of an uncle, R. c. pr.itVer. of Dial i-ity. Mr. Blackwoocl nnci | U. H. jr. and Thomas Jones arc till Hickman for the funeral today. ! Joe Rhodes nnd Miss Coriniic Hibloy spent the weekend wilh lier parents at Conway. Dr. C. M. Harwell and dniighicr Miss Catherine Hanvell. drove to! Dyer. Tcmv. Sundny to accompany i Pure Vanilla because it makes hard," he prescribes. Nine children are living. M-G-M's GREATEST MUSICAL ROMANCE! AVERAGE MAN USES HOT WATER EVERY TIME HE SHAVES. 365 GALLONS OF HOT WATER A FOR WHISKERS A TEPID BATH AT &EDTIME IS AN AID TO SOUND SLEEP. BARRYMORE 5 M/LES OF FLOORING AND ONE MILE OR WINDOW GLASS MUST BE CLEANED WITa HOT WATER IN THE AVERAGE HOME EVERY YEAR. TOMATIC 8RAIN CALLED THE THERfMOSNAP MAKES THE —Admission— Matinee—10 & 2Cc Xishl—16 A- 3Sc HOTPOINT WATER HEATER ENTIRELY AUTOMAtlC, REQUIRING NO ATTENTION AFTER IT IS INSTALLED. desserts & Has BulTcl SiiiMicr.. Twenty couples o f Osc?ola's younger married set enjoyed a buffet supper followed by an informal, . . ., evening of cards at the home o! [ the former's father." L. ri'Yla Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Driver Sat-1 here lor an extended visil. Mr' "liar"-' urday night with Mr. and Mri>. I well, who suffered a stroke or pkr- Charles Coleinan as co-hosts. t a lysis several mouths a? 0 while vis- * ' * . ! 'ting in the home of his dausiiter Mrs. M. E. McDcarnmn. public in Dyer, is somewhat improve"! welfare supervisor for wesl Ten- "—• " ~ — nesscc, siwnt the weekend here with her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Foil?, returned Saturday from a month's vacation In Mexico, slopping in Hot Springs for a few days cnroutc home. Roy liutterick of Tunica. Miss.. was the guest of Miss Fay Stevens Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. c. E. Sullcngor entertained several guests with a turkey dinner at their home Thursday night followed with nn evening at bingo. Guests were Dr. and Mrs. L. D. Massey. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Florida and Miss 'Aline Word. Ray Woods of Clarksdale, Miss., Mrs. H. O. Miller ol Memphis visited her sislcr, Mrs. Gilbert Muslin, and father, p. M. sangslcr Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Sallic vv |,o Im been ill at Ihc home of her du»lt ter. Hrs. O. 1). slaves, [o- s« v - cral weeks, is unimproved. CAltlt OF THANKS We wish to thank all tin lives and friends of and who c rcla- ,. . -- the Vavbro Number Nine communities extended such kind hearts and helpfni; hands to us in our burn out. \\> wnnt lo thauk them all again. Mr. and Mrs. El.sworth McOllton. If pays [to know your grocer! His a pleasure lo join \villi our thousands of loyal friends omen5 the retail grocers iu cclcbriUing National Retail Grocers' Week and lo express publicly our ap. prcciation of llic great service they render to the grocery industry and (rrcccry buying public. The McCormick Sales Co..Baltimore • Guarantee an unfailing supply of hot water .in your home, day and night. Install a new Hotpoint Automatic Electric Water Heater and solve once and for all your water heating problems. Thousands of modern homes now enjoy this modern hot water service—you can, too, at surprisingly low cost due to present low electric rates. Hotpoint is the water heater you can connect —and forger. 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