The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1937 · Page 2
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PAGff -f WO .BLYTIIEVILLE (AWL) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL !), i!)3? Social Calendar : FHItMy'8 EVENTS Eastern Star having birthday party, 7:30 pm. Elnreood Cemetery Association meeting wilh Mrs. Paul orcenwell, J031 Chlckasawba Avc., 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Sain Head and Mis. J. M. Gillesplc entertaining Dorcas Sunday School class, First Baptist church; 2:30 P. M. . Fidelity class of the First-Bail- list church 1 to'Wave pot luck supper at Mrs Wflltam Bcrrj man's residence on Cherry street at p.m. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Children 1 ot Confederacy meeting with Miss Frances McHaney, 2:30 p.m. Has Bridge Luncheon At Hotel :rtoble Thursday Mrs. Hiram Wylie .complimented Mrs, Fiank Mitcnener, her houseguest from ; Smnner, Miss., am Mrs. Sam '.Baitllng, late ot Greenwood, Miss:,:who hns moved here when 'sM had the Thursday Bridge 'club this week Instead* .of.' the usual atternooi jxirty it was a bridge luncheon a the Hotel-Noble and besides tin members and* guests of honor sin also had Mi's. W;' A. Afflick am Mrs. Thad Nlcol. The yellow and greeii colo motif was emphasized in the jon qtills. which predominated in th springtime bouquet" for the cen teipldce, in the plncc cards, an In the four course 1 menu serve with .everything in Ihc first cours in green »nd yellow. Air the prizes were In crysla Mrs. H. A. Taylor received n su gar and cream set for the clii award, the high guest prize, a similar gift, went lo Mrs. Nicol, Mrs, Mitchener was presented a 'bowl'and Mrs. BartlinE,"nsh Irays. » • * Has.Club Tarty Mrs.' Bilbo Gilbert, : Mrs. Vf. D. Chamblin and Mrs. Russell Farr were gtiMts of Mi's 'J. E Hnsson \vhcn : she had Ihc Thursday Contract club. Slla used jonquils fiotn hci' yard to decorate the living room, where bridge was 'played. The prize, - hosiery, went to Mrs. Gilbert Tlio hostess served a pear salad course with tea. • • • Sou ! Born Mr, and Mrs. Herman Hart of the , Lone. Oak .community announce : : ilie birth of a-son Thursday ^mornh)g.,Tlie-baby weighed eight pounds V^ -, l «• ! Yarbro Juniors To Present IMny Students of the Yai'bro junior high school will present "A" Romance in a Boarding House" to- niRht. A special prize will- be awarded the student who gives the best performance of his role. ThisVwill be judged by the audience. ! * » * ' Dclphians Study. : Mrs. James B. Clark was leader, of the Delphian club ; Wednesday, at the Hotel Noble,.when "NeutraK its" was the theme taken up ' Mrs W T. Obcrst told of the Pittman bill and Dr., Edna Nies of the "cash and Carry" system .' It was decided to,have another meeting next Wednesday; ; FLAPPER FANNY 8JM* StMICE. NIC, r. M. (16. V. >. ».t. »<(•• By Sylvia Bits of News Mostly Personal ; Mrs. W. F. Cooloy* of Joiner is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mi's. M. T. Moon. '•'• 1" . Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry have as their guests .Mrs. Cherry's sister, Mrs. Dow H, McQee ol Paris, Ark., and Judge and Mrs, C. M. Woffard of Fort Smith: Sam Chimes of Troy, Tumi.,'attended to business hero ycst«i> duy. • . | . i Miss Thclmti Taylor Is a.patient al the Baptist' hospital In Mem- Will TTftlfl Will X1UIU other members of Ihc church In I Hudson, James Samples, Jerry presenting [he study.. Miss Hellie P T A f I miv< l ntinnl Becl *' c11 was appointed secretary of •*• • *• • -* 1 ' V.AJU wiiiivjii^{h,c study course. The second scs- M Ocpnrkl'i M/•*>•< rli v slon Ol lne course, scheduled to be \./RL,t-UUl lyiuiiuay held Thursday evening, was postponed until. Friday night because OSCEOLA, Ark. — One hundred delegates from rive counties arc expected here Monday for the nith district 'convention of the Arkansas Congress of Parents and Teachers, •• which will convene at Hie high school audiloiiinn at, 0:30 In the morning. The principal address will be delivered at 11:30 by Mrs. Curtis Sloul, Utlie rtock, state president. Mls-s .Willie Lnwson, state program chairman:'will speak at 1:45 p. m. Mrs. w. W. Prewltl, • president of Ihe Osceola P.-T. A., is in charge of arrangements. lor the meeting, at which Mrs. E. M. andcfcr of Marion, district di- clor, will preside. Luncheon will served at noon by the home cc- lomica. -department of Osceola gh school. Cross. PoiiiMU, Crlttendcn, St. Grimes, and' Wayne Wallace. Clifford King, student in the senior high school, acted as Interlocutor. ii(; lo try tliu honor system, huh?" "Yeilli, but I likcif the old spy ystcm better—it j;avc you a snorting •CllilOCCv No Tramp Bidder Squeezed Out o! : All But One Tricl I1V WBl. K. MCKENNEV Si'crclary, Aincrii-an Krldgc league While 1 do not approve of Smith's opening bid of one no trump in lodny'a hand, it must be admitted that ruvy one looking at his cards would be willing to (jive long odds that he would lake more than an". trick. As n matter of fact, he failed lo lake a single one, due in part to the.fact that South wns in ."experienced ' player." He knew all about, such things Caruthersville , \ Society — Personal A 10 9 7 5 V51* »Q#7 4842 dkKQO » A Q 8 7 » G 5 -I *Q 1C 9 Rubber—None vul. Snulh West Nprlh Kasl 1 N.T. Pass Pass Double Pass Puss Pass Opening lead—* 16. Toduy's Contract Problem Aflcr So\ith linil pass'ed,' North opened with a diamond, and Soulli jiunpccl io three diamonds. The final contract ennic to seven no trump by worth. Should Etist double? Should he load a major, since neither North nor South luul nnenlioncd he.irts or spades in their bidding'; Can seven be made against any lead? AK.I VAK10» * AJ 1035-1 * A . . 7 G 5 -1 V 5-1 873 + J07U W E S . Dealer AQ 1U83 V Q 7 G 3.' ^ Kono V.T82 » K Q G 2 *Q'13 All vul. Opener—? Solution in next issue. Miss Louise LuUrell who underwent n tonsli operation at' the Methodist hospital in Memphis : a week ago will return home today. She will be accompanied by Miss Carmen Lewis and Mrs. :Lcv/iS ho spent two days in Memphis! Mr. and Mrs. W. J.'' Faught, Irs. linicsl Halscll 1 and Mrs. . Carl Orecii spent yesterday In Mem- his. They were accompanied omc by Mrs. Horace' Scrape, who Vlll visit her parents, Mr. nnd Irs. Halscll. . '..- ';: Mrs. .John c. Hartley and nughtcr, Helen, of New Orleans, re guests of Mr. and Mrs. J Mell Brooks and Mr. and Mrs ). It. Forsythe. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Brewer wen n Memphis yesterday, T. O. Seal, of New Orleans, ar rlvcil yesterday for a brief vlsi with his family. Rabbi Maurice Lyons rcturnc yesterday morning from Toxai cana, where he attended (he sixt innual convention of the Arkai •as Jewish Assembly. While thei is addressed the convention 'Democracy Challenges Youth Bnroutc home he wns In pil Bluff where he addressed IJ ?lnc Bturr congregation of Rab H. Clnrk. on "The Holy Land nnd I 'he Jew" and also the KiwaiiLs :lub.of llml city. ' : ; ' Mr! and Mrs. Sam Hurtling, late )f, Greenwood, Miss.. Imvo moved icre. After having been nt the ilotel Noble they have taken a •com al the C. E.. Coulter.house. Judge O. E. Keck has returned 'rom Corning, where he has been n court. He WHS accompanied. by als stenographer, Mrs.. . Buford Murray.' Monday, they will go to Vyniie for courl. .Mrs. J. E. Green luis returned T rcm Little-Hock, where she vis- lied her daughter, Mrs. u ; A. Moore, who returned home with her. , j MLw Virginia Martin returned seslciday lo Oxford, Miss., where •he attends the university of that, slule, after spending a week with her parents. Dr. nnd. Mrs. S. P. Martin. rancls and .Mississippi counties mprlse tlie,-;nfth district. Manila Society — Personal of the entertainment presented by Ihe grade school students Thursday. It Is understood that Rev, Harrison li'ill also conduct two meetings of this nature next week at the church i on Wednesday and Thursday nights, 1 ' •-,•'• i A complete minstrel v/JS presented by the local grade school students here Thursday night at the gymnasium under the direction of Miss Lillian Shaver, superintendent of the grade schools. Numbers featured on the program were "Tom thumb's Wedding Anniversary," "The Dolls on Dress Parade." "Black Cat's Frolic," "An Early tart,"—a... farce in one act, and Dolly-Has the Fly.", students who ad leading parts in the cntcrtaln- nent were Marvin E. Howcll, ,Geo. hedd Jr., Juanlta Ray, Lela Jean Bedwcll, Charles Long, Norman Read Courier News Want Adi BLANPFORU, Mass. (UP)—Owing to a tangle of legal red tape, :**v this town has just found it possi- '' , M ble lo use for school purposes Ihe $284 annual Income from a trust fund established by Mrs. • Jane Tiiggnrl, in 1807. Mr. and Mrs. plfikcy Tipton arc he parents'of an 8 3-4 pounds ;lrl, born Sunday morning, April . The.'baby-has been christened Eslhcr 'ihelda; Mother'and baby arc cportcd doing well. • • * Ecv. John Harrison, pastor of Ih; dethodlsl church, is conducting a itu'dy course on "What Everj Methodist Should- Know." Th< first session was held Wednesda: evening. About 25 'enrolled In tin course for credit and several other are attending. Rev. Harrison Is t, be assisted by Don Thomas an, BAKERY SPECIALS Friday-Saturday-Sunday APRICOT FUDGE -IQC LAYER. Ea. .... l« LGE. OATMEAL COOKIES. Doz. . PECAN NUT BREAD. Loaf . .. CHOC. CREAM ROLLS. En FRUIT TWISTS Do/. ., : ..; Tile great comet of 1811 was irger tlifin Ihc sun. Mrs. H.H..Brown.has returned from Atlantic city, N.'J., Ayhcrc she spent several days visiting her. son, Lieut. Robert Brown: Lieut. Brown left last week for. the". Island of Guam,- where he. will be stationed for the next two years. Mr. and Mrs; R.-i;. Tinslcy drove to Memphis \Vcdne5day to visit Mrs. Byron Tinstey.arid'small son tit the Baptist "hospital there The young man has teen named Byron Hay. Miss Edllh< OrjITIn of, llolcomb, Mo, ib visiting licr shier, MK> M. V Oliver, of this cll> Mrs. Curtner;Pierce'was taken to the Baptist hospital lu Memphis Sunday,and tinacrwent, an operation on lier knee Monti ay...' Mr. Pierce returned home Wednesday Jiight and stales that^Mrs. pierce is gelling along • rilcely. f she will remain in tlie hospital for the re mainder of this week and 'then will be taken to Dr. Hill's Clinic, where she will receive treatment for a few weeks. Mines. Fred Wheeler, P. L. llor- ner, H. V. Ltteclfelner an<i Jlar- oid Jones are attending the Arkansas Stole. P. E. O. convcntioi at BlyUicvl\Ic. Miss Mayine Hcrndon, accom panicd b'y Mrs. p. n. Easlwood and daughter, Miss Virginia, spcn : TuestIay in Blythcville. visiting Mrs. Harold Meek, and Mrs. Belli Wood. Miss Clara-Robinson has return cd from. Sikeston, Mo., where sh spent several days visiting her sis tor, Mrs. .Durr. Mrs. John Schauman of SI Ijouls arrived here Tuesday to iier hltsband. who recently bscam aflillatcd with the LaPorge Under iakuig company. Mr. and Mrs. James Moore spjn Wednesday In Memphis is blocking suits, and. the 'ilki nit seemingly hud forgotten lha wen n declarer can be squeeze if the opponents hold tile cnr< ;o do it. Soillh's opening bid should. 1m ;cen one henrt. However, he. be lleved in psychological bidding! Hs knew that, with so ninny piny-: >rs. using strong no trump open-: :ng bids, a bid of one no tvump .night'frighten the opponents'from ivercalllng. At the same time, he :ould curb his partner's cnthiisi- m by passing any bid he might would rescue nnd so did not bother lo put In a two henrl bid, which would irnve snved a lot of intji, as'things lurned out. When Ihe diamond 10 was opened, the jack from dummy was played. East won with Ihe king, 1 East now returned the club five nnd South put on the nine, which lost to 'West's jack, j West .-.rclurncd the diamond nine, mid'South, hoping to block Ihe suit, plnyeil Ihc seven from dummy. : Wcst then ran all his he led a his tricks Sweten itwitfiDomind i .-Refined in USA [for I baking apples b6ans ham j weaioo .iinke. When the Snsti Soutli bid was doubled 'by assumed tliat West diamonds,. After these club and East , cashed in thai.suit.' Easl I'clurncd South, who had ii spade, and been squeezed, Luxoni Society — Personal Mrs.,Ray Ciniham and (liuixiilcr, 'livin, of Hipley, Tcnn.. were the-.' uests of Mrs. Oralmtn's aunUs. 1 Irs. William 'rhwcall' ami Mrs. Valter n:nton. Saturday. Mrs. Grovcr Driver was a visitor n Jonesboro Thursday. She »l-i ::iried a R. O. T. C. carnival nt Arkansas Stale college. nVcs.-R. W. Nichols. T. U. Wtl- >-ins, Lcm .Stanford ami Charlie Thomas were Memphis visitors Sal- urday. Mrs. May Bowcn Thompson ol Memphis was a business visitor in Luxora Saturday. J. B. Williams, who has toll ;< | palicnl at the Baptist lio&piUM for i the last three weeks, returned j home Friday. T. D. wllkins was in Utllc Hock en bustucAa over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. George have rc- rtroppcd the spndc king under West's' ace, and then the heart aco on the spade jack. • 'urncd from a visit iu Kumboldt, I'cnn. •Mr. nnd Mrs. Russell L;ml:r were surats of Mr. and Mr.s..R. T. Ballew Sunday. The w. M. S. met in HID horn: of Mrs. G. C. Driver and Mrs Frank Marrow Tuesday nrtcrnoon. Talks were given on the/ hospitals nl Pine JBluir nnd Little Rock, as this Is Slate Wide Hospital month. A box ot linens will be tent laler. A gift \va:. presented Mrs. Morrow in honor of her birthday. A'scd Couple Dif.s Tosrllirr -STURG1S. Mich. fUPl—After years of married life. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Schwicmaii. native;; of Germany, died the .same clay. Veff, Oty 'BERNA'l? . KNITTING VAHNS FREE -IJNSTnUOTlONS New spring and summer Jams Latest Styles ' 1 Classes, Friday, 2:30 P. M. MRS. LEEUE IIOOrER 109 ' Chlckasawba Phone 192 JUMBO is COMING SPECIAL MILLINERY SALE Ju.sl arrived- biff ship- m,ciit;> of millinery bought especially f o r Ihis .vale. Hats dial iiKually sell for much more money. Felts, Milans, Hair ISraUls, Sisols, and Sharkskins en sale. Values from $2.02 to 5*,95. On Sale Saturday, Monday and Tuesday $100 $1.98, S2.-19, and S2.95 The New Economy Shop Everything For Your Entertain* nient and Comfort Ingriim liltlg. Photic U51 Special. Uulcreg Hour 5 to G I'. M. Friday-Sat Ur (I ay-Sunday FRUIT WAFERS Doz. HOT ; DONUTS Doz Carmcl-Citinamon ROLLS. Uoz. .... We Specialize in Special Orders - Phone 110 BLYTHEVILLE BAKING CO. •"• COMPLETE BEAUTY SF.RV1CE 1'honc lOG MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT in llio BLUE ROOM -. •• i (iood music for dancing, plus it special : Ukp dHncing feature by "THK ; SHINK I50Y." Dun't Miss II! Music Ky •Johnny Long's Swingslci's ••-••51.00 Per Conplc—1'lus Tax HOTEL NOBLE Perfume dabbed on the clothes or behind'the car will not last so long'as-It will H sprayed on the IWr. Sold At Your Grocers and Says Folks! Try a Vjar ul Ill'l t l.K-KIM Uic.ul. It's cnly Sc a loaf or luu litaves for l."n\ Xctic; llic rlcli. nulty li.ivor. It's gcod for toast, too! Try il and sfc what swell toast you've liccn . nJs^iii^. Purity Bakery COMFORT . .. PROTECTS YOUR [MATTRESS , . . LASTS-A'llFETIME YS Special Terms A New Simmons Ace! 'Hie spring you ought lo use with your inner-spring; matlrcss. The platform lop provides the right kind of support for the mattress. Controlled resiliency gives extra comforl. !ifl double deck coils. Stabilizers. Smooth border. Aluminum finish. If you need a .spring conic in and see the Ace this week. Terms to suit yon. HUBBA FURNITURE CO. Last Time Today M-G-M's GREATEST MUSICAL ROMANCE! GIVES YOU MORE^SLEEP Also Comedy —Admission— Mallncc—10 * 2ta Night—16 & 3Ce Friday Will Not Be 1'iil Nij?ht This Week Saturday Only '•i With Constance Worth, Vinton Haworlh, Leslie I'entoit and Gordon Jouc.s The grir.pini; stor.y of a girl who notched wits «i|h Ihe Shanghai dianioiul smugglers. ;llso Cartoon and Serial— "Jungle .Jinv"' —Ccnlhuicus ShoiviiiR— —Admission— Until 5 1*. M.—10 & 2(ic After 5 ('. M— Ifi ,t Itle SIMON T JAMES STEWART Vlso Paramount News, Technicolor Cartoon and Novelty —Continuous Shewing Sunday— —.Admission— Sunday—All Day—1(1 & 3(ic Monday Matinee—II) & 26c Monday Night—16 <t 3Cc TUESDAY. APRIL 13— 575.00 KANK NIGHT! (Less. Stale Tax) —COMING SOON— 'Call It A Day' 1 'Swing High, Swing Low" 'Step Lively, Jeeves" 'Waikiki Wccidiup;'' '50 Koads To Town" 'Mauntain Justice" 'Marked Woman" 'Too Many Wives" Admission—Always 10 <fc 2li( Matinees Friday. Saturday, Sunday Show every nijhl. Friday anil Sunday Matinees .slarl at 2:15. Saturday Matinee at ItlS. Friday-Satyday JH A COLUMBIA PICTURE . Also Cartoon ami Scrinl "Figliling Marines" Sunday - Monday Karen Morlcy and Robert lialdwiii in Scotland Yard" -4 Also Fox Movietone News ' V V ami Conicily

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