The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 16, 1935 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 16, 1935
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FACE-TWO BLYTHEV'ILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1935 Social Calendar * THURSDAY'S EVENT$ Thursday ,Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Joe! Chandler. Thursday Rot* club meeting »lfj Mrs Chailes F. Wood. MW-\Veek Bridge club meeting wl(h Mrs. J. Louis .Cherry. Mrs. J. -Ernest Hasson entertaining Thursday Contract club. Mrs. J. A. Leech entertaining Thursday Luncheon club. Yarbio Missionary society meeting N\Hh Mrs Lowell T. Burnham, 2 pm Arniorcl P T. schcol, 2:30 p.;m All Hands on Their Toes in Play of This Contract meeting "t Bingo parts at social room of Church ot the Immaculate Conception G!\«n Birthday Parly Uee Ciiner was surprised with a dinner parly last evening In cpiripliment to his 25th bitthday. Mis Crlner had the affah nt ihelr home, 104 West Vine St. A birthday cake, decorated with small pink candles, was the centerpiece of the. l-aWe, Mi's. Ira Alexander assisted the hostess In the affair 'attended by Mr. .Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Crlner, parents- ot Mr. Criner, and his brother, Judge Criner. * *- * .To Have Bingo Party .The al(ar society of .the .Church of the Immaculate Conception \vili ha\e n bingo smty Thursday e\cn!ng, 8 o'clock, at the soda hall. Admission will be 35 cents. Solution to Previous Contract Problem BV WM- K. McKENNBV Secretary, American llrldgc League Usually In a bridge hand, . II the declarer discovers n line defensive play, there Isn't anylhlns the opponents can do about. It They just have to give him credit for making a good play, and whei the declarer is defeated on n hau- by n fine play on the part of IVu. opponents, lie can only sny tha they outplayed him. But today's hand Is of a HUta dlfletcnt "type. It provides stratcsy 'or' both sides. A careless declarer voul<l automatically be defeated. First let IK analyze the bidding 10 that we can get « line on the A9M V A K S i i « 76 3 V K 5 N W E S Deilcr V10 7 4 4 J 10 3 AAO 6 i Circles Meet Circles of the Woman's, auxlll- ary of the First Presbj tciian church met Monday with the fifsl thiee groups meeting In the uf- ternoon and the -Business Women's sjlrde ii\ the cVbtilng.' After the :meetings all of the groups had social hours with icfreshmcnts Circle 1, Mrs Zal B lianison chairman, m'et «ith Mis. Carroll .Blakemore with U members, one guest and a ne\\ membci, Mi 1 ; K D. Caipcnter, plcient Mrs Stilait H Salmon taught the Bible lesson, Tlie piogran| in circle I and 2 was on "God's Purpose Working Out ' Mrs. H. C. Holder was hostess f for [circle 3 which met at the home of (lie chairman Mis Fred Sandefur The nine present heard Mrs C M Gray give the bible lesson on ' The- Resurrection of the Master." Mrs. Baridefur led the program Circle 3 . met at the home of Mrs/Eva T. -Morrison when Mrs. Edgar Crfhfield was also hostess to the JO present!* Mrs B R Al- Jen gave (lie; Bible .. lesson 1 "The •: Mission : of . the Master" and Mrs S B Vail ga\e s message of foreign mission 1 ! as taken from the Christian Obscrser Miss Grace Lowery entcitauiet the nine members who attendee .the meeting.'of. circle 4, Miss Ruth Sigman, of Holly. Springs, Miss niece of .Mrs. ,\V. D. Webb, was a visitor and Mrs Louery, niothei o: 4 A. K Q 10 5 2 V-Q 9 3 »KS-1 *3 ate — E. n«A W. vul. SoutiJ West, Nnrti Knst 2* 2 «• Pass !'•»• Ooenlng lead — i Q. »* 10 Today's Contract Problem e South is (iDclorer st a stx Bpade- contract, West opens tbo Jack of hearts. Of course, tills Is a fortunate opening. Bui can you still mako the ccntritctv AS i J y j l o ,1 6 K 10 7 A K J fl J > A Q •! 2 $ VolJ J. ,i 7 1 2 Solulloii In next Issue. 10 Bits oj Neus Mostly Persona; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Finchcr had! as their guests Sunday lho. laUcr'c mother, Mrs. A. T, Tosh, and sons and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. iCrovcr Wrenn, all V! Little River. I Mrs. J. l». Moore and 'MM. E. P, I Moore spent Sunday with Mr., and Mrs, Sam Finchcr uwl children, ol i Little River, 1 Misses Alice and HanctiFisk and j Dorothy Qoodrlch were In Mcm- 1 pliis yesterday with Miss Winifred vhere she was with Mr, Wilson ,'ho is at the Baptist hospital bc- e of Injuries received when j! glass struck ijls eyes. Saturday night when Ills ear was fired nto by highway robbers. Mrs. P. N. Lultrejll, who tins been 111 from influenza several weeks, Is no better. Carl LuUtell returned to his nome In St. Louis today after a brief stay with his uncle, p, N. l.utlrell, and family. He was accompanied home by his cousin Eniian LuUrcll, who expects to make his home there. • Mr. and Mrs. M. A. fenacs motored lo Memphis last evening for dinner and .a show. . Goodrich who is improving following an appendicitis operation at the Baptist hospital. The Misses Fisk also mcl their mother wlio returned home from u visit in Kiinsns. Mrs, E, A. Goodrich, Mrs, IWss Stevens and Mrs. E. A. E«l- iniin, of Columbus city, Ind., arc Jin Memphis with Miss Qoodrlch Mr. Erdman, who also under went an operation. in dummy, Hast will win (lie trick In dummy, East n'lll win the trick with the ace, shift to a diamond, and the opponsnts will cash a club unit three diamond tricks, defeating Ills contract. So, even though he docs have kins and one club the prob- Paul Hipy> mid daughter, Mlx>| Mv. Tewy Is a Justice of tUc Jane, ot Hlpley, Teim.,'spent I he Peace at New Madrid, whcie he in dummy, he should play even. Now let's lake Stecle-Cooter Society — Personal fliowii-Tcrry. Mrs. .MaWe Brown of ' Stcele md Mr.' Robert Terry of Wen 1 Madrid were married at the home of tho bride Saturday afternoon ty Justice Max U itelley. The only attendants were Mrs. Bailie Johnson and Mrs. M. T. Vlckrcy Mis. Terry has lived in this city lor 10 years. She lias one son, Gene Brown, a graduate of Stcclc ous social events are being he|d n their honor. ', • * • Mrs. Willie Johnson of Tylar •eccivc<J a call^ht stal- u; that her mother had been seriously burned. The exlent of ncr injuries was not learned, bilt it is understood that she is In a serious condition. Mts. Johnson and lier husband left immediate^ lor her mother's home at Jackson, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Carter and son, Buster, clnranoe Shanks, and Mr. and Mrs. ftlvln Stephens will leave January 20 to spend the ialancc of the winter at Ft. Myers Fla. Others from here who are Ircady vacalTohTnK at Ft.' Myers are Mr. and Mrs. .D. U. Holly Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Holly, Miami Mrs. Hayes Smith and daughter, Habel Marie, Mr. and Mrs T. C. Beasley and daughter, Mis Maude, and Dr. and Mrs. T. & Cooper. , Bib Crews, of 5teiscr, Bolder: Fcatherstone, of Blytlieville and Miss Dorothy Still of this city accompanied Mis? Ruth Dixon lo her home in Memphis Sunday after she spent two weeks here with friends. While here Miss Dixon was honored with a iium- liigh school, who Ciiriithersville. now lives In bcr of interesting; socjal events. Perry Pollard of'Gideon visited IKc Up K,il3l/:> uiui>- , ,: u ol clubs will hold B«>'Hcld trad. weekend with relatives. Ilemy Humphrey spent Monday in Memphis with his father, S. T. Humphrey, of Gates, Tenn., who Is ill at the Baptist, hospital. Mrs. Roy Walton Is improved alter being ill from an eye ailment. She Is at her homo on the cm. The quce: he trick, but should ha let H lOld? HE heard the bidding and ic knows that Ills partner has re,,,.-, t least live clubs. It South has!™"' for St. Louis where .they me 10 club, It doesn't look us II there H 0 make their home. They cnim chance to defeat (he con- llcl '« c! e"l years ago from I'lgeott, Mr. oifd Mrs. noltuul Wolfort and son, Joseph, and ' daughter, will probably leave toiuor- South^ has bid spades and West distribution. South has bid n cannot be expccuxl to have any spade, West has marie a vulnerable spade alrcnslh. The ace undoing overcall of two clubs. "' ' '" " "" ' J five clubs. Goo today are not iblq, with a four-cord .suit. '' side. the hostess nc« member Mra Stuart H/ Salmon led the Bibli btudy In the business session plans .were made for sending boxes o cookies and candies to'students away at school who arc sponsored " by this group. * » • MIM McKcel, Hcctcd Athletic Secretary > Miss Peggj McKeel, a senior a Lindenwood college of St Charles Mo, lias been elected secretary o the Lmdenwood Athlellu aisocin lioii She was guest of honor at a P ilpha Delta tea recently give when she was admitted to tl'i honorary Lalin .sorority. Sha at recently participated hi d hocK" toumsnient b'eUvetfn the upp * daymen and freshmen, which ' won by her team • • • Council' Home Demonstration Clubs to Meet Here Friday „ ;The County Council of Home 1 Demonstration' clubs ; will have an all day meeting' Friday at tlie' Woman's club-when Miss Minnie IIo- gan of Mcna, district home demonstration .agent, will demonstrate the makitig of a day bed. 4H Council Will • Meet Mere, Saturday .Officers -.and, sponsors of Boys The Play nark It dowi has nl leas ilract players lllng, vlilner d.sult. 'Thcj ngth on llr nc play. Wcs lubs. The de y ace Hint, 1 kliijf of clut of hearts are on Ihe board; limrc- 'orc, West's side strength, to make .ils vulnerable ovcrcnll of lwo clubs, must be in diamonds. So, regardless of what the declarer does, whether he goes up with the king or: plays the seven of clubs, East should play the ace of clubs and Immediately return the jnck of dlnmonrts. Of course, this phiy detents the contract one trick. (Copyright, 1035, NEA Sen Ice, Inc.) ring flowers for (he centerpiece the dining table, In the bridge games Mrs. W. D. hambliil - t won the, prize, lingerie. lu'li Meels.v' 1 ' '' < ; - f •'' Mrs. -ntle'y B: Jones won tho rlzc, bath towels, ut the party of ic Young Matrons Bridge elu(> ucsdny afternoon at the home f Mrs. Dixie Crawford, A salad, individual pics and cof- ec xvere served. 5cldcn Rule Cliss las a Supper Tartj' Tlicrc were 32 members of the Golden Rule Sunday school Glass f tlie First, Christian clnirch Mrs, U. SI. Lewis was appointed to act as treasurer In Ihc place ot Mrs. W. P. Wilson, who is convalescing from « serious' Illness. '•'The Woman's''Missionary society of lho Melhodlst church was en- tottained Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. G. Fimlcr, with Mrs. Eva' Kcrlin as co- hostess. A pledge service. "Children of God," was led by Mrs. D. N, Morris. Mrs. H. M. Lewis hiivc u report on the missionary training school held at Jonesboro last week. , . , ,- t ..; Mr., anil Mis. Frank Wesson, <if Springfield. Mass., and Lt. mid Ark. Mr. Wolfort came here to manage the former Bertlg store and 'gin properties nnd since tlieii- liquidation has been "a gin opera- E. A. McKcen has returned to lis home In Memphis after visit with his niecQ. Mrs. R. E. Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Martin drove him to Memphis Sunday and they were accompanied home by Mrs Martin's molher, ivtrs. C. F. Nichols, who had been visiting in that city. Mines. Elton W. Kirby, Fimis- wortli Blnck, W. J. Wundcrllcb and Clarence Voilmcr returned last night from New Orleans where they spent a few days. They motored. ; • Mrs. John H. Long, county 'probation officer, nnd Mrs. James 13. Clark, leader in activities .'concerning crippled children, wilhjo lo Little Rock tomorrow for Ihc meeting of Ihc Crippled Children's society. This meeting is open to anyone interested in such iwork and 11 Is probable that others from here will attend. i Mrs. Clarence Wilson returned home last night- from Memphis 1 is also a paintev and Interior decorator. He has two daughters,' 10 and 14 years ol age. Tliey will live at New Madrid. Fiakcy-Lanc. The wedding of Miss Mclba Frnkes and Mr. Elmer Lane, which tcok place two weeks ago. was announced Monday. The wedding took, place In Blytlieville and was intended to be a secret. Both nre"~nicinfici's~oT'promirieni amiliea ol this vicinity and at- cnded the local schools, The iridc is Ihc daughter of Mr. am Mrs. Ollis'Frakes. They will make :liL'ir home in Stcplc where vnv- fiicnds at Cooler and attended lo business matters here Monday. MIES Thelma Jane Terry of New Madrid arrived here Monday to spend the week with Mrs. Muble Brown Terry, Thomas Northern and Miss Viola Marshall were business visitors lii New Madrid Monday. Bridge Olympic Will l}e;Playecl At Coiujlry Club Plans are being made for Bly- IhevHJe people to participate In the fourth World Bridge Olympic to be held Friday, February 1- Everett B. Gee , arid Harry W. Hanies. sponsors • of last year's event, will again. sponsor' the affair at the'country club. At 8:01 P. M. all over the globe, bridge players will gather abou( tables to test their knowledge anc skill in reaching .the. par. result lor each of 18 prepared hands Selecied by the great master players of the country, each hand is of the type dealt In the ordinary course of an evening at bridge. Fifty different countries, rcpvc- snted by more than 200,000 play- rs, will start the contest simul- aneously. To flic winners svlll be warded the custody of two plat- lum World Championship trophies allied at $10,000 each and costjy epllcas for permanent possessions. Other, beautiful silver trophies, 3fiO n all, will be given the. chainp- ons of every country, state and novince. • . As in lust year's content, the Services Held at Cooler . for Mrs. Dorothy Shaffer COOTEB, Mo.—Funeral sen-fees were held at the home. for ,%irs. Dorothy Lois 'Bluffer," Mic ' of Clint Shaffer, 'who died In : thc Baptist hospital at Memphis late Saturday alter undergoing a ma-. jor operation, , • . • Mrs. Shaffer was the daughter of Mr, and Mrs, L. A. Llles, pro'm- inent family of near here, she leaves no children.: Her baby died about a year ago. - SavedHerEyeninl Optometric Association to Meet Here January 19 Tile Northeastern district- of th Arkansas Optometf.c associatioi will meet In Blytlieville January 10 at 10 A.M. Di} Ali'a Wort, chairman, Ely theville, is in charge of local ar rangements. Sonic of the latest research wor in modern pplometrlc techntn.n wilt lis presented and discussed at (he meeting, • ocal-sponsors will award sevcra irlzes. It, i s pjanned to have more ilaycrs this year than last when CO participated. Hospital Notes Admitted: Mrs. J. H. Miiuldin, Manila; Mrs. H., n. Cox, city; p. E. Condry, Dell. Dismissed: Henry Thompson, city. Read Courier News Want Ads. Don't Trifle With Coughs Don't let them get a strangle hold. Fight-them quickly. Creomul- sion combines 7 helps Powerful but harmless. .Pleasant to take. No narcotics. Your'otwi.drug- gist .is authorized to refund yo'jr money on the spot if your cougr or cold is riot relieved by :Creo- mulston. . • She was afraid she would not I enjoy the dance 'that ei'eniii£t I because of a severe headache. I But when she took Capudino ] she soon forgot the headache. For heartaches duo to Ivmcllotwil I disturbances, Capudluo is a .Messing, rt contains several Ingredients 1 wlilcli act together ID give (juicier relief. Also for pains iluc to .colds, I neuralgia, and for muscular • and JoJntarties.AsX for Capudlrie Liquid or'the modified formula, Capucllno Tablets.- : - '•'.;. 1 CROQUIGNOLE OIL GUARANTEED 'WAVES SI Up - - None Better- Finger Wave - - ^SacV Barret Beauty Shop Last House on No. 5ih vhich had n supper party last Mrs. Nicholas Crow, of Long Is- I'cning at the home of Mr., and |lnnd, N. Y., who have been the Irs. Ollic Fosier. : {guests of Mrs. H. E. Lee Wilson The table was arranged with ajnud Mr. im<! Mrs. R. E. Lee Wit- ow. bowl of spring (lowcre on the I son jr., left for ihclr homes Fri- acc cover. Three courses were .day. erved. Mr. mul Mrs, Henry Witchcr Later there were trick games spent the week end and conlcsls. The group was invited to meet at Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stovnlt next month. WUsou Society — Personal ADVICE TO WOMEN >\ LL w o nt c ti. at sonic jicriod o£ tlicir lives uccd a strcufitlraunq: tonic like Dr. Pierce'^Favorite Prescrtpiion. TUc young \votiwu •^ \vlio suffers fro n\ y uipnllily pains, or Ihc and Girls 4-H clubs in Mississippi county mil have an all day meeting at-the court house Saturday/ Ha»e Cooncil Meeting The - Woman's Council o! the First Christian church met, with Mrs. M. Ktzsimmons and Mrs. 1. 0 WestbrooK Monday afternoon, at the Westbrook home The 20: present heard a. lecture by thtt Rey. V. E Buttcrnorth 1 theme taken from Acte Refresh.ments were served in the social; hour. » * * Business Women ^l»\e Supptr Parly. ,?T*enty members of the Business anf Professional Wornen's club vrere guests of Mrs w. T. Otters last evening for a supper part: at her home. She V.BE asti&to by her , dsugiiler, 5u? Spurgec-n Patterson, or frucasoh, Miss. V, Pollowirlg/supper there was discussion* of'the stale l«gislatur: now 'Id session, * ' i v ? » » CJljb. Han Gnesl*. % Mrs, {A Conn ay and Mrs. I JHIghfllt had luneh and • etafs' 1 -wittr mAnbert, of ^jis Trues b*iy,Bridge'club'frhen'Mrsl Him Ur C;' ; Sims vjas hostess.. She'ha 1 v B ' colorful' bouquet o Ths Woman's Missionary society of the Methodist church has elected Ihc following officers: president, Mrs. E. A. Regcnold: vice- president, Mrs. Ifcnry Goldman: secretary, Mrs. Cone Murphy: treasurer and corrcspoiidjiij; wc- relary, Mrs. Walter Curd: superintendent of supplies, Mrs. A. K. Slicaron: Junior anil primary superintendent. Mrs. 11. G. Fi'nzicr: superintendent, of world outlook, Mrs. Eva Kcrlin: superintendent. Mrs iVItcltcr's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs ( Lcvl Rodgers, til Moitctle. ' Mrs. William Iloppcnjans, of rtne Bluff, is the guest ol her sister, Mrs. W. M. Wallace. Mrs. W. F. Wilson, who has been a patient at Baptist hospital, Memphis, for two montli.s, lin.s re- -iiwrt home. John Enochs, who has been critically 111 with pneumonia for iwo weeks, is improving. Mis. H. S. Cannon, of Mouctte, is visiting her daughter, Mrs. dor-1 ilon tjawhon, this week. Charles Saliba, of Flmcncc. Ala., j was the guest Monday of his cousin, Miss Alice George. loms, Kill mill Inis . ll... -.. - .- [icniliMv \CRclaMe tonic. Mrs. Susie Haunt ton of IWtj Walintl St., Sljrcvrjior!,; '' I also hud fieoucnl licaitatiici, I iisrd _!)' Tirrcc's ravoiite I'ffaCtintioii anit il to n'J nie of tlie [clnindle ivfikn* lad. litlpfO me in every n-ay. I at: it tn jny two cl.mplilfis when the divelDpiii},' and il bi:ilt fjifni "!'." ^'e>« lUr, taLleti oO ell,, liaultl £1.00. Blue Sta- rtills The Itch Germs To lit 1 ' rid of ilrli, vnsli.lcHer, fool Ucli. ringworm or cc/cma,cover \\~\\\\ $(»oMiln£ Blur Star pinlinetilvvliirli conlnins tested medicine that niclls, in nuickly nnil kills Ihc iVcli. , . ,--... oMim,-) MI i^uivrtij in 111 n 111.1 i iti publicity, Mrs. C. W. Ferguson: I Mottcy back if fksl jar fails, uperhilcndent of bible study. Mi's. \. 'N. Morris: sxipcrlntcndcnl o! \f hrlstlan social relation.?, Mrs. K. Cullom. DOUBLE ANNOUNCEMENT ••---•- '• .••; ; +: "•-••-- •.-••:•- .•*•;•$ NASH & LAFAYETTE NEW 1935 MODELS HAVE ARRIVED Thirty-six members of. the Par- nt-Teacher association attended .meeting at the- Wilson school "hursday afternoon. For the dc- otiohal Miss Em'ma Claire Hair- ton spoke on "Tile Religious Training ot the Child." Wrs. H. G. |l!||j T slcr read the president's mcs- Imli i sage. Others on the program were "'hllllp . McRae. Paul Blake, and >lrs. Claude Shaw. The fourth grade won the attendance prize. COWNVON CQIDS MENTHOLATUM 1 Giro COMFORT Daily , FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. INSURANCE otrr. LaFATETTE PRICES $ NASH PRICES $ 895 TO si290 F. O. B. FACTORY C, P. POWEL MOTOR GO. • 'Nash and LaFayrtle;Defers ' . Call For Demonstration ; '. » . '. rhohe 55, Luxora, Atk. NOTICE have purchased the Franklin Press and will install some additional equipment to better serve you. 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