The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 11, 1935 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 11, 1935
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'TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Crcue Honeymoon With Vanderbilt Social Calendar SATURDAY'S EVENTS CJuldicn pf Confedeis?)' hJvhjg luncheon meeting, 12 4'elock, with Mrs, James B. Clark. .Mrs./Alice: V.'omack . and Miss Clarice Kennedy entertaining at Wojnack iio.nic, 2 p.m., for,-Mrs, Frederick Eison, formerly Mlss'Ber- .Hire Reed. Lee Musgravcs Is Given Party. Leo Mr.sjraves, who lived hero I6r R number of years before moving to E) Paso, Tex., three and » half years ago because of ill health, was guest of honor nl n steak supper given Tuesday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Horace Walpole. : The 10 present included members at the local lire, department. Mr. .: Musgraves having been a member of the. department, the firemen rode to the party on the (ruck/In surprising Mr. Musgraves, ,,'' As a climax' to iHe paAy the guests presented him wiyf a gilt '. of $50 with instructions 16 purclinse .'his" own present. A delicious steak menu was served a^ii table dcco- rated with a centerpiece of a mlxetl bouquet. * .'» • Has Club. / ..Mrs. Harry'Kirby hifd the Wednesday Bridge dub this week when Mrs. J. o: Harwell and Mrs. O. P. Moss had., lunch and played cards .with the'triembers. •' The.dln!ng .table carried out, the .spjmglhne motif with Talisman roses for the centerpiece and /flowere on the place cards r After the two. course lunch, there , I .were bridge games with Mrs. Fiirns- • worth.. Black .winning n tray for the prize. : . c - '. * o Entertain Cluti. , Mrs. O. P. Moss and Mrs. llarrj : K^rby entertalnod Ilic fttid-vVceji Bridge club members, Mrs. Bob Johnson of Oklahoma city, okla. who is visiting here for a week . and Mrs. A. B. Fairflelri, with a luncheon and bridge game Tliurs- day at the Kirb.y,.b.omc. . Limcheon was; served nl oho table .which had posies for the centerpiece and springtime pjace cards. , In the card games Mrs. W. L. Hor- nei; received hosiery for. club award and handkerchiefs went to Mrs. A B.' for. guest prize.: -" .. .-.;*' * « Hoyaj Nejshbbrs Elect, •.-Officers of the Roy«l ,t«i6h;boi - chapter .for..the new yeai\ elected iii ; a meeting last evening at/ the ;home of JU's. J. D.iBai-kgdale, were: '••JHa..-j/.p ( .. Barksdiile, oracle; I\[rs, O. G. Hires, vice'oracle; Mrs. tin- nie Alexander,..' chancellor; -Mrs, Harry Ogle, recorder; Mrs. Jin) Burns, receivers-Mrs. B. O. Mil Jer; jnnrshflll; • Mrs. s. ,\. Tliomp son,,assistant marshall; Mrs. lyai. : Bentley, intcr-Sontinel; Mrs. Marale : Bristoer, q«tsr-s?4ilinel; Mrs. Alice Foster,, Jfl-s.'.. Uille Sisk- and Mrs. .Jetties Bartly, uiaiiagcrs; Dr. F. D. Smith,, physician; Mrs. John Foster, musician. - • . " * * -lirahiaiic tilab to •'. Compjele Organization. . 'The Dramatic department, of Ilic .Woman's club, which already hss several members enrolled \\-itli Mrs. L. N. Henbest as chairman, will complete ife organization In a meet-: ing Tuesday evening, 7:30 o'clock, at.the home of Mrs. S. 3. sicrn- berg, president of the Woman's club. Anyone interested in this work ,'i may .call Mrs. Henbest ab 203-W. ' - . • # » ' Club Has Gucsls. '. : Mmes. c. H. Willey, j. VV. Parker, A. B. Holland and E B. Wood- am n-erc gueiU of Mrs. cliartes .. .Wyllc when she had the Thursday Bridge cJub this week. A new iliem- ;ber, Mrs. Fred' Rutherford, w ho is replacing Mrs. J. H. Elklns, rcslSJJ- ed, was also prcssnt. - In tha bridge gamos Mrs. Roland Green won the club prize, a lace .dresser scarf, and Mrs. Willey re ceived; the guest award, cards. Chicken salad ; w as served with . olives, .cake; and coffee. Extra Tricks Win Title in Women's Duplicate Play Solution to Previous Contract Problem BY WM. K. McKKNNKV ti-rcfary, American Bridge league. At the niiin:al meeting .ot the American Bridge Ljagtio, held rc- ccnlly In connection with the national championship tournament In New York City, Mrs. A. C. Holl- mcler of Cleveland had the dls- Unclion of being re-clcclcd president of the Women's Auxiliary. The first event on Hie program was the national women's tcam-of-four championship contest. When the scores were totaled, U \v:is found that Mrs. JJolTmeler and her tcimi- malcs Imd won the first of the na- lioiml championship titles lo be awarded during the .week. This is the second time Mrs. lloll- melcr and her partner. Mrs. Anne V A fl 7 5 1 #. Q ,1 5 ^ A AQ G A A $ fl J 2 VQJ102 + K5 AQ103 V K 3 * A? + -Uo.1 s;i 2 Duplicate—NOHI; vul. Soulh Wes( -Vurlli Kn Piiss I'n us) l y p a JN T. 'pair, i>" Opening Iciid- j. JS ,. '.ii Rpscnfcld, hid won this trbphy, Three yours ngo they won It in Philadelphia, when It wns the Women's Auction Tcinn trophy. In tournament bridge, you're supposed to gel Into the right contract the •majority o f lime's, but the title usually goes to ihe pair or tcutn that.Is on its los for those e.xtru tricks. Given the opportunity in today's hand,. Mrs. llollmeler was not slow in making live odd. \ foSay's Conlracl 1'roWcm 5<jitlJl in pl;ti'tiig the i'on- iittct ut seven linui 1 !^. West opens tliu six of iiiutimiKb. Can tlifi fohli-act lie unidg with good (S.I S V A K Q S 6 3 Sultitloii in next \tati 11 Bits oj A/eu;s Mostly Personal The Play tiasl won West's opening lead of the four of spades with the kins and returned the jack, ot spades. Mrs. Holfmeier. silting South, covered with the queen and West won with the ace, a diamond being discarded from dummy. The cWit of spades was returned und now » heart was discarded by dummy, South winning with the ten spot. The. jack, ot clubs wus led, West covered with (lie king and dummy won with the uce. The queen ot (llunmnds followed from dummy and East played the deuce. Mrs. Holfmeicr went rishl up will) Die ate and now started u run of five straight club tricks. West followed with oiw unil discarded two spades and the deuce of hearts, but, on the fifth club, was squeezed, and had to let go the ten of hearts, MOW' South knew that undoubtedly the queen and jack of hearts were located in West's hand, as well as the king of diamonds. So tVie ji\ck ot diamonds was discarded from dummy, anil when Soulh cashed her king of hearts. West's jack dropped. Now the three of hearts was played and the last two tricks were won in dummy with the ace und nino of hearts. . Heiress To Wed Teacliei- : New Liberty Neivs '...Mr-: k; Coiilh or Kacis;is City Mo., visited his sister. Mrs. fc 1, .Marshall and family, Friday. • W. T. stevensoii ana son." Leon who have been working at the Acme GUI returned lo .ihelr home in'Mis- sissippi Saturday for the winter. ( Rev. w. H. Horn filled hli ap liouitnicnts here Saturday and Sun day nights Mr and Mrs R L,. Hiwkins and daughter, Miss Ora l*e, and son T C , were Sunday gu«,ts «! Mr ^nd Mrs P. B Jarre It and f.mills Mr and Mrs Jlt n Eubank o Gosnell Mere visitor shere Sunday Mrs. Oils Eberdl and Mrs P I Jarrett vrere In Jonesboro TuWa for the district meeting Read Courier Ne»s Want Adi FARM FOR SALE Immediate Posses.sion 05 acres, all in cultivation except' 8 acre's, with good government co{ion contract, locked 6 mVlte n6rth of Bly- thovliic 2 houses Snd l bam. Can, give possession Immediately. $Md "o^ more cash aow'n will handle, balance to suit Price $a,500. G. G. CAUDILL Phone ^97 brr IB. He weighed 'I |»i»ids at birth and hits been named Charles Melvln. Mr. and Mrs. n. D. Shanej'lelt, Mr. und Mrs. iSeb Gaines and Mr. and Mrs, Russell Springer wine the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Clinrles Blghani. Sunday school will be held here at 10 o'clock Sunday morning. Lost Cane News Misses Marguerite owens and Lucille Parks spent Sunday with Miss Loudecn Tomlinson. Mr. and Mrs. cleo Wrenn spent last week end with relatives in Bly- thcville. Miss boudecn Tomlinson visited j Dell high school with Miss Lucille Piirks Monday. Mr. und Mrs. Wactc Owens siicnt .lie week end with Mr. and Mrs. Bucey Cnvens. Yarbi-o News Mrs. I'Vcd oldliinn visited her daughlcr. f:U'.,. Una Harris, of Niniibcr Nine, Tuesday afternoon. J. L. Johnson Is able to be up nf : ler nn attack of infliicnai. Mr. and Mrs. Uoimrd Hundley and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Daniels spent Sunday in Dlytlicvllle where they visited Mrs. Daniels sister. Daughter of a man long powerful in (he steel ami utility realms will wed (lie sou of a lilglt school principal, when Elizabeth A. Kalon, above, be- ctfines the bride of i/ II. Bullerfield. Miss Ealon is the. (IdUKlHer of Cyrus S. Katori of Cleveland. BullerfieUI, whose t areats live In Rochester, N. Y.. is an Caglish Instructor at Harvard/' Driver Grove Mr and Mrs. Lar.son Crump Jiavf been ipendlng a fe\v days with Mr and Ivors- C F. Springer. Mr and Mrs. Charles Bigham arc the parents of a ton, born Deccm- Musa Winllrccl Goodrich i|iidci'- wcnl uu operallon t»;lay at the Memphis Baptist .hospital. Her mother. Mrs. E. A. Cioodrlch, ac- cumpanied her down yesterday. Her iii.'iits, Mrs. E. A. Erdmaii of co- himblu City, Ind., and Mrs. Ross Hlcvcns, arc alw with her. !•'. H. Whltakcr, who was county agricultural agent with headquarters in BlylhsvlUc lor a number ol years before going to Texas, has Ijccn made state statistician of the cotton program with headquarters in LiUle liock and he and Mre. Whltaker have moved to lhat cit>-. Tile Rev. and Mrs. Marsh M. Calluway moved yestcrdny to Osce- oln where they me to make their home. For about a year the Rev. Mr. Callaway has been pastor of (lie Presbyterian churches at Os- ceohi und Bassett but had continued to make his homo here. Mrs. ClareAcc Vollmer accompanied Mines. Fanjsivorlh nlac):, W. J. Wnnderlieh and Elton W. Klrlj'y, who left yesterday for several days -stay in New Orleans. Miss Jane Oosncll, daughter of Mis. L,. W. Gosnell, hns enrolled for training hi the nurslns school .of the Oarlly,!?ainsaj- hospital at Memphis, Lee MtBgr'avcs left last night for his home in IS1 [', Tex., nfter .'pcndlitB' several days here because of (he death of his mother, Mr. untl f,lrs. Uob Johnston, of OWnhomu city, Okla., are attending to business here ior a week. Mr. Johnson Is lieud of the nlythcvillc Water company. J. H. Cniln sr., of Wilson, attended to business here and at Armorel loday. E<l Williams is cjipccted to return home todny troui u vH;ii, in Nashville, Tcun., with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dickinson, ol Philadelphia, jjiss., have arrived here to make thoir home for the present,, Mr. and Mrs. David Marlon Burton, of Wilson, nnrt Mrs. LeRoy Wood, will motor to Memphis tonight to Hear Gene Austin. Jack pryor of Po-Jahonlas, Ark owner of Ciu-rcnt River resort, was in the rily ycsl-erday. The Rev. Stuart H. Salmon and his mother. Mrs. \v. n. Salmon spent yesterday in Memphis whcro Mrs. Salmon underwent an examination at Campbell's clinic for arthritis. Muney Light Consumers Get P A te Cut for Yule PA1NESV1LLE. O. (UP)-Elcctric eurrent, I:OJI*MMIOK here nrc gelling a belated Clmslmas gut, with the aniiounccincnt by city council tliat- nmniclpal electricity rales will b- rcduivil effective Jan. n. [r om loi:r to three mid one-half L -enls lor the lirst 100 kilowalli. The rates graduate downward winlc consumers using more than 10,000 kilowatts paying 41.35 flic minimum charge also was rcdu-ed from SI to 50 cents. The city plant has been operating at a profit [or some time. Calumet News Mr. and itrs. George Miller have Moved to llils vicinity. Miss Eul-.v Hall li-,\s returned home troin Blythcville, »| >C rc slip tusk- rabies treatment. Mrs. F. C. Hall is ill this week. Miss Jilmie D. polk, of rialt Moon, spent the week end visllinj; her sister, Miss Eula nail. BRYSON CITY, N c (UP)— Director.* of (he Bryson city bunk have decided to pay the reK- nlar dividend ami to retire 10 n° r cent of the preferred stock outstanding. D S1 x>sils din-ins the »ast year increased 100 per cent HUSKY THROATS Overtaxed by speaking ing DR. N. L. CISSELL GRiVnifATF. VETEHINAKUN Located at Bob Karris' Sales Stable Phone '100 Ulytiicville, Ark. Now I.ocalcil at 101 North Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU 1 DON EIWAUDS, Proprietor ill makej or rebuilt TjTKnrllcra, *dd!ng Machines an* Calculators • The third Mrs.\Corneliuo Vanderbilt, Jr., is shown here as she goes honeymooning . with the author scion of one of .America's most fu raous families. She wns Miss Helen Varnei 1 , Clarksburg, W. Va beauty, and they were married in the Albuquerque, N. M., courthouse after a romance that Vanderbilt said, began three years ago This is Mrs. Vandei'bilt's second marriage venture. She Is 26. FRIDAY, JANUARY^!, 1985 P.T.A^News 'I'lw following- musical - program, irrangcd by Mrs. Charles Bright, WHS presented 'at (he meeting o( he Junior p.- T. A, Wednesday afternoon: chorus, Junior High Olee cllib; piano fojo, Miss Leone ;alllcott; violin solo, Mrs. Snuart H. Salmon, Miss Martha Wlnburn md M«. J. 'E. Critz spoke on :liaraelei' . development. .• Mrs. A, VI. Washbiirn reported that Mrs. ?,t\\ B. Harrison had arranged for lite examining; of (hrec pupils for .ubefculosis at the BIylhevlllc hos- >ltnl. Purchase of books for students unable to buy them was an- Kovcd. Six dollars was n)lowcc1 'or expense incident to ihe exmiir nation of a pupil's eyes. Suggestions were mode that Central, Junior High and Senior High P. T. A.'a work together In this year's Uiidy course. Miss Mary Emma 'food's room won (lie room coiinl irize. Tlic Senior High P. T. A. met rucsdiiy afternoon. , Miss Martha Winburn gave the president's message. The Ihcmc of the program v, is "Character Development". Viluc In Girl Scoutlns In character Development" was given by [Jelen Harwell, Howard Moore spoke on "Value In Boy ScouUn» in Character Development", Mrs James Hill, Jr., used the same Noughts brought out in the Boy Scout lalk and discussed "Litcr- alurc /or Character Development" A committee of Mrs. w. A: Dobyns Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Mrs. Za) B' Hirnson und Mrs. R. L. Bradley \ns appointed to contact the slat" legislature In regard to P. T A" projec s. In the . veeent library drive (here were 70 books donated. Miss Luna B. wilhclm'5 room won V the dollar prlue toi- geltliig the west bcoks. W. D. Mccfurkin gave a talk in which he explained the recent development 'of ««in tax In the legislature. Mta Ma'oii won the 51 for room count. " The Central Ward p. T. A is sponsoring (he selling of stickers to advertise the Arkansas Centennial celebration In 1P36 fnr 25 cents each, Froze Ills Tee I h PITTSPIELD, Mass. (UP) _ K, was so cold that William 'cash- inan's false' teeth froze. Cash- iiiah put his false" tec tli Into a cup of water when he retired, when he readied tor them in the morning they were solidly congealed. Spring Is Here'.' FERNDALE, Wash. (UP)—Acalhi Illy foigot. its seasons and hns just bloomed at the home of Mrs. J. W. Morris. The stalk is 50 inches long, (he blossom eight inches j n length and six inches across. N«v, ftevtn more powerful roediciiul Ingredient il«vt!oj\«d Uy pttnhinff doctor »>OJ« K.olhin e r.Htl. dcUBgiKs tverywlir r ",. Ciet Slied<Ut\* SHfODANSSALVE CROQUIGNOLE OIL GUARANTEED WAVE'S SI Up - - None Better Fingtr Wave - - 25<; Barret Beauty Shop Last House on No. 5th Corn High, So Farmers Feed Acorns to Hogs BURNET, 'Tex. .(UP) - Acorns, formerly nothing but waste product, are being used here for^ hog feed.- • ' ' ; i : The high price of corn, which sells tor $2.-lo per cwt. here, prompted s. E. Outhrle, farmer, to buy acornJs. •He bought 3,100 pounds for 60 cents per cwt. and reported that his hogs were thf ivin» on their neiv diet. Other fanners have taken up the idea and now ucorns are rapidly becoming a staple feed crop. i Hiff Fish, Story SACRAMENTO (UP)—The state division of llsh and game planted over ;n,UOO,000 tisli, mostly trout, salmon and bass, in California streams last year iujm attempt to keep up with the steadily growing demand of sportsmen lor game flsh. Oregon I'hmeer i>les HI1ASBORO, Ore. (UP) - Mrs. 'Amelia, GlemehS, 90, first white child lo be born in Portland, died here recently. Her father,' William Johnson, was a sailor aboard'the frigate Constitution, arid ' was wounded in the engagement with [lie Guerricre; ; Read Courier News sVant Ads. Corisiipiition Poisons Constipation allows poisons • to form iu the bowels and matte's you feel sick. At the first feeling ot constipation, takeThedford's Black- Draught foi- prompt, refrrahl)i» relief. It has helped thousands of men and women. Mrs. A. J. Davenport, of Paducah, Ky., writes that "Black-Draught acts well and seems lo carry"'off impurities, it always helps me." Black-Draught is made of purely vegetable ingredients—leaves and vocls of plants highly regarded foe their, dependable medicinal action. TIIEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT —Adv. 2BP31 WANTED Pile sufferers—sufferers with sores; burns, skin diseases—-to Usteii to this—and linow it for the truth: Cross Salve will either cure you or it will give you the most grateful relief you ever experienced in your life. It doesn't matter how old or aggravated your case it doesn't matter how many remedies you have tried that have failed you. Cross Salve, will take care of your trouble or it will cost you absolutely nothing-. Combining a powerful dib-infeclanl in H velvet smooth petrolatum base, Cross Salve offers the ideal com- binatlon; a disinfectant strong enough to hill every possible germ— an oil base that gives immediate soothing relief, and assists nature in the quickest possible healing. Over a quarter of a century of .SUCCORS on seemingly impossible cases makea certain our knowledge that Cross Salve will help you. Trust us. GET A JAR TO- SmTn, t^' C Say M° y ?i' .? oncst| y chat y° ur m °ney will be returned without-a question-if it fails. 3 0c and 50c at all dealers. The Cross Salve Co., Ine, Marion, Kentucky. SMART FOOTWEAR for Spring THE SYMPHONY A MiiarL now Ii i g Ii throttled ,tic with medium smke !ice| present' od in two new shades of blue or grey kidskin. 14.40 . New Styles Arriving Dully AT THE NEW YORK STOKE FLOYD A; WHITE ;)!' I'riec Shoes, Hosiery, Too! NOTICE Boy and Girl Scouts .GiHL SCOUT NIGHT-TUESDAY, JAN. 15 BOY SCOUT NIGHT-WEDNESDAY, JAN. 1G — 1'ICTURE^- Kathryn Hcplnirh in "LITTLE MLNISTEH" RltZ TffiJATK Fine, Pliable New Pedaline Braids! A F, e a t • u- r e ' A • t . herself in this stun, mng Sfiwy l,at collection) Shallow crowns, littlc-lm" effects! Simple, pert Jipiys and-qmlli! New pliable weave straws in <:&/«« as new^S'Spring itself!

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