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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 12, 1937
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PAGE 1'WO BLY'WIEVILLE (ARKJ COURIER NEWS MONDAY-, -APRIL Social Calendar I TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mis. C, F. Tucker and Mrs W. A, AffUck having P. A. R lunch- 00,11, 1 P. M. ot Noble Hotel. Intermediate O A.'s meeting at First Baptist church, 1 p m Junior G. A.'s meeting at first Baptist church, 4 pnv. Sunbeams meet!"? First Baptist church, 3:30 pm Mrs.'Elton W, Kirby having the Tuesday Bridge club. young 1 Matrons club meeting.: with Mrs. Murray Smart. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Junior-Senior F. T. A. meeting al 3 P. M., following executive board meeting at 2:30 P. M. Church of Christ Bible study meeting with Mrs. B. L. Cook, 2:30 P. M. R. A.'s meeting First Baptist church, 3:30 P. M. Delphlans meeting at Hotel Noble, 9:30 a.m. Mrs. Harry-Klrby having Wednesday Bridge club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mid-Week Bridge club meeting with Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. Mrs. F. B. Joyner having Thursday Contract club. ( Children of Confederacy hostesses 2:30 o'clock, when U. D. 0. meets with Mrs. James B. Clark. •FRIDAY'S EVENTS Music department ot Women's club meeting, at club house, 3 p.m. Golden ' Rnlo Sunday School class, First Christian church, meeting with Mrs. Russell Phillips, 7:30 P.' M. Opponent's Double Affords Declarer Needed Information BY \YM. K. McKKNNKV Secretary/ American llrlilgc league t With two sure Iruinp tricks, an 'ace-queen'combination hi a . wdc jsuit, and other .flrciiBth, Weal's double of four spades was natural enough. But he later found to his sorrow that not nil . his tricks developed, becnse he was caught In an end play which forced him to make the lead that gave the .tcclarcr Ills contract. ' Today's hand was played by Dr. Bernard Goldman at a re- Crashes Films Via Radio A2 : VQJ81G 5-1 3 * None * 8 70 :> A 1010013 V A2 • K J1032 •?» None Duplicate—K'. ft \V, vul. South I'ass 1 A 2 A fuss Wi-sl i N!T. l' Double Noi'tli 1 * I'llfS •I A l'a~. liasl i y Opening lead— A K. ! 1» Women Will Attend Club Meet At Marion. A' number of Blythevllle club women are planning to attend the meeting of the Fwre'st City district of the , Arkansas Federation of Women's club lit Marion tomorrow.-. Mr.v.E, P. Blomeyer, president 'of. the Woman's club of Blylhevillc, has Issued an invitation to'all members to attend ,as the' program promises to be of unusual Interest, with a luncheon at,noon. Approximately 80 clubwomen a« expected to attend. Among the outstanding clubwomen .who will be'present arc Mrs.. Ehvood Baker, Dermott, president of A. F. W. C.; Mrs. .W. H. McLean, Cotton Plant, vice president of A. P. W. C.; Mrs. J. W. Velonl, Lcwisville. dlrcctorof the' organization; Mrs. Edward Bruin, Helena, national ruial and intcrurban chairman; Mrs. J. i-o- gan Moi'gon. Memphis, president MempehLs Federation clubs, and Mrs. E. W. Hale, Memphis, president Nineteenth Ccnlniy qlub.... Tho meeting will lost all'-idayi Registration^begins at 9'30: A. M.. at the iicihodist church ' ': The following committee has been named to pieparo for the council meeting: Mrs: John W. Scott, arrangements; Mrs. Woods Wright, luncheon; Mrs. IMf. \v. Dlann, hospitality; Mrs. R. V. Wheeler, program; Mrs. Ernest Crawfprtl. music; Mrs. L. H. Polk, publicity; Mvs. W. B. Rhodes, finance; Mrs. J. F. Rle:cs, decorations; Mis Archie Newman, badges and credentials. 9 9 c Has Tarfy < ' Mrs.' Frank Chiles was guest of honor at a party given by Mrs. W. T. Burns' Wednesday night when 15 were guests. The guests brought gifts which were ---presented the bride, who was formerly Miss ;Lystra Brackin. A occi'erl course was served after a number of games had been plajed which were appioprlale to the bridal mptlf used throughout the parly. , . Class Meets The.Dorcas Sunday School class of the First Baptist church met at the : .church Friday afternoon when 17 members attended. \ Mrs. H. E. Bavnett read from Proverbs 30 for the devotional be- cent duplicate game In New York, ind he played each trick in a •ntliev difficult hand nawlc.ssly. Of course, Wcsl thought thai .Us. partner could lake at least JUG Irick -in view of the vulncr- iblc overcall, which 'wns, as I happened, based on distribution lot top cards. Today's Contract Problem i South'* cotilraci is six clubs, i A tier the opcnins lend, should ' South draw trumps, relying on ', a (iivorablu diamond mid chili ; break lo give hinvlhi;-needed ; 1 2 Ui'.'ks? AKQOS V K Q 8 2 • • ' (Dliiul) N \V E S Dojbr .(Blind) A A V None • '. « A 9 7 -1 1 • All vul. Opener— A 7. Solution in next issue. I?, The opening' lend was won In lummy with the ace, and on tho ice and king of clubs Dr. Goldman discarded two small diamonds. A club was ruffed in the closed hand and dummy was ve- entercd with the heart king, for another club ruff. Declarer now led the ace of hearts and trumped 11 in dummy On his last club, he discarded tho diamond 10. West was caught. He, too, discarded a diamond, but dummy's last trump was led, put- ling West Into the lead, At the end, West was; forced lo lead away from his diamond -ten- aco to give (he declarer lib contract. The double helped, as many Methodists Lay Plans odists Lay Plans | T ~~^~- — : —~~ ! ~~f for Banquet April 23 FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia • • j •— (getNEASipvisr,r.c. T.M.REC.U.S.PAT,<HF v. ^ Plans for the Bishop's Crusade banquet, observed In all Southern Methodist churche.s on April 23, were mads by the general committee at a meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Hudson Friday night, - I The committee is composed of I R. P. I'nddlson, Harvey Morris, i Mr. and Mrs. Hudson, Bryant! Stewart, and the Hev. II. Lynn Wade. They planned to have four- mliinle speeches at each service until April 25, to sell banqucl tickets through a contest directed by Mr. 1'nddlson, and to give a program following the banquet, which will lie si'rvcd by the missionary society. The banquet program will include a radio program with speeches by MeLlioilLsl bishops. This will be heard by those present at the banquet. The following sub-committee chairmen were apiioitited: ticket biles, a. P. Paddison; serving banquet. Mrs. A. O. Hudson; four minute speeches, A, O. Hudson; publicity, ncv. Wade; 'program committee. Mrs, Harry Haines; special arrangements, Jack Bishop and Earl Snyder, and a steering committee composed of Ii. p. Pad- riison. Mrs. Hudson, Harvey Morris and Rev. Wade. . Hayti Society —' Personal "I'apii says it's okay (o have the gang over tonight if it doesn't disturb the rest ol tlie family—particularly his rcst." : each ville .Faculty 'for Next .Year'Named, LIJACHVILLE? Ark.-S. a. Ko's- cr, suiierintendent of the Leach- ille schools, has annoiniced the lenity foi 1 the scliool term 1937- 3'1X; W. W. Cos, principal and :iathcmatics; Mrs. L. B. Hub- fird, English and history; Mis* Jiilherinc Hinson, commercial; Jlyde McConnell, rcience In 'inrior and Senior high sehols; vlru. Mary Mitchell, social sci- nec and English In Junior and Senior high schools; C. E. Kosser, oach and sixth grade; Mrs. Dol- McHancy, fiftli grade; Miss luth f.?e, fourth grade; Mrs. Au- )rey Mooring, third grade; Mrs. Nellie Mas May Held, second grade; i-is Lavci'nc 1 Johnson, first grade; liss' Catherine Millc'r, primary at form! school; G. A. Miller, principal, Carmi school; Mrs. E. K. Byrd, assistant principal, Carmi :chool, i Mr. Kosser was rcclected superintendent for his sixth consecu- ivc year. 'More than C-iO.UOO new bicycles vcrc inanufactursil in the United jtati's during 1035. A FARM'ER BOY of tlie best knoun <lli-al men In the K :l!t laic Dr. K. " ui lluttjto, N. A. G.. Sanders who is at- doublcs do, I: the declarer. ii locating cards for Bits of News Mostly' : Personal Mrs. Eitelle cooke Vollmcr and laughter, Ann, of Memphis, were .vcekend guests of Mr. tm:l Mrs. •ff. J. Wundorlich and family. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Old spsnl Saturday in Memphis. Mrs.. .Ben Muycs .and daughter, Marjorlc, spent the \veckcnd in Memphis. They were gucsSs of Mrs. Mayes' sister, Mrs.:'\V;~E. Cox, ~\tlllO' llloril. [^ |V ^ 'v-. ' Lawrence HOrd. of;''St. Louis, is ittcndlng to bus! ne4 here today. Mrs. Herman Cross and Mr. ant! Mrs. Edward Scgravcs arid son, of Osccola, motored to Union City rpnn,, Sunday, where they were juests of Mrs. Cross' mother. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Crawford mid Mr. and Mrs. Haddock Arnold at tsndcd the baseball game In Mem phis Sunday. J. P. Friend attended tho base ball game .'In Memphis Saturday. Leon Smith jr., who hurt an nt lack of apjicndicllis yesterday, i greatly improved today arid will no he Arkansas Medicul Society. Mrs. Smith accompanied him. They ;ill return Thursday. Mrs. Ralph Uobiiison and son 'erry of Wilson are the guests of vi vs. Robinson's sister, Mrs. Tom Phillips and Mr. Phillips. Mrs. J. D. Barksdalc has re- urned from Foil Smith where she pent the past month with hci son. W. M. Barksdale and family Mrs. Wilson Adyelelt of Mem- iihls silent Friday hero attending he P. E. O. convention and visiting Mrs. C. E. Crlggcr. Mrs. J. c. Ellis was in Covington, Tcnn., Friday. vj .Mcstlames R. • A. Endes, . T. A) Ytite, 'Cozlne' Bla'ckwell. J.- C. Ellis. will Anderson and Jessie Rldenour attended the meeting of tho district conference of the F 1 .T. A, In bsccola today. Mrs. C. E. Qrlggcr, Mrs. Charles CriSBcr, Jr., and Miss Helen Phillips' were In Meni|ihis Saturday. L' Because she chose the policy "Go Hast. Young Girl," the 10- verse of Greeley's famed advice, Virginia Yen-ill, above, beauteous radio contralto, is about to begin a movie career. Snubbc-d ui film slhdio gates, within sighl or \vhicli she- was born, Virginia went lo New York, made ;i name for herself via the. night club mid radio routes, and scouts' notice mid - :i contract. .anted them home. -f eight and 10. Carolina Rose Mrs. Bobbie R, E. spent Bias-lock anil son the. week end Joiner where they were the guests of Mv. and Mrs. Don Fletcher. Mary Frances stacey nml Mrs were in Memphis undergo an operation at the pres Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wold tin visited in ChafTce, Mo., yesterday Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Claines and children spent the weekend in Po- cahonlas, Ark. W. M. Scruggs visited In Memphis over the weekend. Fnrrls McCalla" wns in Memphis icstcrday. . Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pierce, lale I Koehlcr of Dell if Cherry Valley, Ark., hav'c taken \ he Henley .apartment, Mr. Pierce been transferred .here. He s in the dredging business. Ed Carlce spent the weekend in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Alien )r., One quilts of the loveliest applique Imaginable Is the North tending, Union college nt Jackson, iceting. Trim., spent the week-end here Mrs. John with liis.parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Lewis and daughter. Myrnia Jean, of Springfield, Mo., spent the week-end here with Mrs. Lewis' mother Mrs. c. p. Wells, and her dangh r ler. Wanda, who is here ' attend school. Miss Norma Mitchell, who ha liccn here visiting her aunt, Mrs T. P. Qillus. returned to her horn at Elolsc. Tcnn., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hiaman Kol have returned from ii monlh honeymoon In California ami tl west. Mrs. Kohn is in St. Lou visiting her sister. Mrs. Minn Meyerson. Mrs. B. H. Dewcesc and dausl ters. Jean and Mildred, and Mr Willie Chaffin of.' Caralhersvil returned Friday from St. Loi .where they visited Mrs. F. Lmnbcrl. While there Mildr toot the state board of beauty ] culture examination. Itev. O. C. Wilkins of Oklahoma Cit\. Okla., is conducting a revival at the Pcntacoslal church. J." A. Zarccor and daughter) Betty ,Jean, of Risco, Mo., were here Saturday vislthiK friends. Mr. formerly lived here- bui, •is now engaged in farming at hlsco. Frank Adams, who has been assisting with a revival meeting t Braggadocio, was here Sit- day visiting the Rev. and Mrs. Villiam Huffman. M.'. Ac.url: eft today for Mobile. Ala., where c Is to be engaged in another Hamra and daugh- ev. Miss Saliie. of Cardwell, and ic latler's housegiiesl. Mtss Adelc Tamra of Fulton, Ky.. were here unday visiting Mrs. Wolf Khouric- nd daughter, Edna. Wolf Khouric, •ho had been in Cardwell and (Slain Scans E\pcuse Slips DENVER <UP)—Colorado, .slate officials are brushing up on their arithmetic. Heretofore -they were handed a lump sum of money;for state business trips. From'now, on they will yet train fare only and submit .itemized accounts for'ex- penditures foi which they wish to be reimbursed; Paragould the past week, accom-j 5 ' 01 " 11 ' A cubic foot of water is convertible into 1CG1 cubic feet of TOO l.AT'E TO CLASSIFY us 111(1 n'<._ c-tc I cat r^i! c Bi tin la IK liclii, to upbuild th, - drugqisl. ^en- sli*, tabs., s II i j|,p<)ilc l« I; liny of SOc.'liquhi SI. Evcrytlilrij For Your Entertain. mcnt ami Comfort Benjamin Franklin attended I . von SAIE chool only two years of his life- ; For Salc-Slonevilie No. 5 COTTON line, and that between Hie ages I . SEED. REASONABLE. GAY BILLINGS. 12c klD flill VV. T. Hums Saturday. Mrs. Edgar Borum, \vlio has beer finite ill since Friday, is sli?htls improved today. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Murray, Miami Mrs. Clarence Holder and Mr. find Mrs. Roy Calvin spent th; weekend at Rcelfooot Lake, Tenn., on a fishing trip. Miss Thettna Koehlcr. who is Carolina rose when made in :hndcs of yellow, rose or pink. The border of (lowers and buds ulris Ihc fmisliins! touch and fine quilting completes mi heirloom for future generations' to treasure. No. C345 brings you the. cut? ting guide for the quilt, as well as material csliaiatcs and directions. '11i3 blocks may be alternated or set allover, as you wish. , To order, nsk for No. C345, or car out illustration and send with il) cents stamps or hreo 10 cent "Make With lls purclraseof twenty genuine SltKIE RAZOR ClADES ot Hicir ccgulor pncc ol SI OJ iw will <cn<l 5 <Du obsolulcV '.«• o C-CiMWElYR/XlOR tnwn ibe uo.ld ever fiv ils o.cetttiKC. Tnjcv !l>Q irnootheit, cccfoit cr.d ccsic',1 of-'Jimts ss.lli ilvs GUARANTEED GFM RAZOR. Rozcr cr,d Jl CO v.c.lli of BloAs sent picpjid onplwte In Ilic United Stales. SATISFACTION GUAPAl-ITEEDo. iwr money icfunded Titotjscrvds of pleased users. \Vnle lor i hi-, bargain tcday. • Pin a $ I .CO bi 11 or f. 6. More/ Q.dcr lor JI .CO to 1hii c J C.K) send 1 o TH E SCH1JY- LtR COMPATvlY, DEPT. 50, GOOOWYN INSTITUTE, WEf.WHIS, TENNESSEE. attending Joncsboro State Collci;i was tho week-end guest of her j brother. Otto Koehlcr. and Mrs. lore the social hour. Gillespie and Mrs. Mrs. Sam J. M. Head served a dessert course with cof- Ice. * • • Daughter .Born, A daughter wns liorn Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Whitting ton, 'of JoheSboro. Mrs.. Whittins- tbn, wlio'-'was formerly Miss Mary Vivian 'Holland ,of"'thtrveltv. and the baby, .who has Mary Paul,- are hospital. been namct St. Bernard's Dyess Youngsters Will Appear on Club Program UYKSS, Ark.—Miss recreational director Helen Llllcl Shun- super- of DoWilt. Ark., are plauninR to nove here In two weeks when Mr. j visor of the library here, accom- Allen will become associated with j panted by four little boys, will A. Cnnniiiiham in the practice i , on llie program of ti.c For- pattern:; only 25 your orders to coin. <j\ny It Yourself" cents.) Address BLYTHEV1LLE COURIER NEWS 'MAKE IT YOURSELF PATTERN BUREAU, BOX ICG. KANSAS CITY,' MO. Be sure lo give name and complete 3f law. Mrs. Allen, is a daughter of ] rest City District meeting Mrs. King H. Matthews. [W. c.. at Marion April T. G. Seal has returned to New — Orleans after u visit with Ins fam- y- ... Miss. Marguerite Uolcn and John Qtick. of Little Rock, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eloert HufTmtm for the weekend. Miss Dolen Is a sister ot Mrs". Huffman: Mr. and Mrs. J. E. iiasson have sone for. a motor irl>> to Dallas. Aberlins and San Antonio. Texas. Jake Huffman. Miss Luna B.\Vilhelm and Don Huffman, accompanied by Paul Wilhehn of St. Louis, went to New Orleans tuday because of the critical illness of Rivers Wilhelm. 48, brother of Miss Wiihelm and Paul WiUrelm and er at tho annual banquet of the (lather of Don. They wore Joined Holland Alumni association next j there by a sister. Mrs. James Sliced, Friday night About 165 gradu- of St. Francisvillc. La. Mr. Wilhelm. who has been ill (or a monlh. Holland Alumni Will Hold Banquet Friday HOLLAND, Mo.—Harold S. Jones, superintendent of Pcmiscot county schools, vr|ll be the principal speak- Billy Fay and Buddy Gene Hill, six and eight years of age. will play [juitars and sing ;ni original Kong. Billy and Bobby Holland, twin sons of Mv. and Mrs. A. L. Holland, will present a dialogue written by their mother on "Things' Overheard in the Library." The meeting will be hugely for :he purpose of' turlhcriii[: plans lor the Anna Elrniibr Roosevelt Extension to the Dyess Memorial Library. : • More Pheasants In California SACRAMENTO, Cill. (UP)—The Fish iitid Game Commission tcasting that Cnlifcrnin can permit every resident lo have a trout in every bathtub and a pheasant in every cage—provided they have Enough money to pay the fishing and rjnnic permits. , THANK YOU! We nppi : etialc tho kindnesses and' cooperation -shown by everyone during our convention here. Especially do w. thiink the First Presbyterian church, the Hotel Noble, Klo.vd White, W. M. Scrtijjifs, Federal Compress, and Baker Wilson and the inerchanls who displayed their Hags and the I'.E.O. signs. .Mrs. IT. Houduns P.'E.p- Convcnlion Ohairman Maytag earns its price in i _-_, •' - —£, _. . S/MONE SIMON, JAMES STEWART i Also Fnriiinnnnt News. Technicolor Curioon and Novelty —Admission— Sljilincr—10 & Me Night—Ui ft :!Cc KNITTING VAKNS FREE INSTRUCTIONS New spring and summer yarns .Latest Styles Classes. Friday. 2:30 P. M MUS. LESUE IIOOVEK 1100 Chickasav-ba Phone 792 ates of the local high school and guests are expected to attend. Houston Buckley, Hayti attorney, will be toastmasler. Among the guests will be members of the 1037 «nlor class and of the school faculty. Officers for the cnsuin* year •will be elected. The banquet followed by 11 dancing • to Stallcup. the .music of Jack Auto Heater Invented WAUKESHA, Wls. (UP) - An automobile heating system designed for the comfort of baclc- ficat. drivers was exhibited by B^rt Faultersack, \Vaukcsha, Inventor. Faultersack thought so much of formerly resided here. Mrs. p. A. Lasley. of Little Rock, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. ,H. H. Houchlns, remaining attcr the P. E. O. convention until Thursday when she will reu:rn home. She formerly lived here for a number of years. Mrs. J. A. Riggs jr., and Mrs. B. O. DenuetU of Little Rock, who were guests of Mr. ana Mvs. A. Conway during the p. B. o. convention, have gone to Caruth:rs- villc for a visit with friends bs- fore returning here Thursday, when they wilt leave for home. Mrs. B. A. Lyncn went to Scares- Sunday to be with her sister, whose The Morning AfterM-hig Carters LitileLiW Pills his heating plant that he resigned . husband died several days ago. as head, engineer at a botllingl Dr. p. D. Smith is in Little plant, : .'• j-,')| j, |,t| Hock for the annual meeting of COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE flume ion MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP Look Smart Smart (;uotl .flc;ininif kccp.s your clothes at .their best r '. •' our low prices anil high quality work make it Ihc smart thing to -scud MHII clothes to us." 65c Spring Drewx and Suits Cleaned • In cily or country, it is economy to w.isli with a Maytag. It saves clothes by its gentle washing action, and its fine construction provides lower-cost washings for more years. The onc-piccc, cast-aluminum tub, sediment trap and Roller Water Kc- movcr arc a lev/ of its many superior features. GASO11NE OR ELECTRIC POWER The MaytagGasolincMulti-Motor is a simple, modern engine built for wnslicr power and for a woman to operate. l'.le:lric models for trim/ /ionics. E. B. GEE SALES CO., IMC. Phone G7 Alain and Fifth IHEMAVrAGCOMPANy . MANUIACTURfcSS - FCUNDE31B93 • NEV/rON.IOWA Also "Forciffii Starts" and Cciniiily—"Inlawful" —Atlmission— Mafinrc—10 & 2fk: Night—1C & Me 1'houu 11)2 Corner Franklin & Cherry Quality Cleaning For 20 Years There's no 111-01! to sin.; tlic hlncs ou wash dny . . p.irlc up your dirty rliilhcs troubles and icn.l Ihein In us. SJ IS PHONE ISO —COMING SOON— "Call II A Day'' "Snin£ High, Sivin^ Low" "Step Lively, Jeeves" Waikiki \Vc.ltIins'' '50 Heads 'J'o Town" ^Innntain Justice 1 ' •T.Iaikcd ^Votnan" "Too Many Wives'' Admission—Always II) & 2Gc Matinees Friday, Knhirday, Rl'.ndav Sliow every niRht. Frhiay nnil ymiiiny 3IalincCs start nl ":!.">. Saturday Alaliucc at 1:15. »y Karen lUprley ;md Utilicrl .Ialdwin in m km Also Fox Movietone News and Comedy ua 1 Adults Admitted for I'rirc of 1 gs.;

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