The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1931 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 15, 1931
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PACE TWO BLYTOEVILLE, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS* WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15. 1931 - Society Calendar f--, Thursday The Jewish Ladles Aid society will-meet in Osceola at the home of' Mrs. Maurice Sllvcrfleld when Mrs. M. Rubcnsteln and Mrs. Adolph Welnberg will also be hostesses. Mrs. Max B. Eeld will have the Young Matrons Bridge club. The MId-Wcei: club is meeting with Mrs. J. Lewis Cherry. Mrs. J. A. Leech is having the Thursday Luncheon club. Friday Miss Neal Luckett is having '•::: FrtO^y Night club. The library \..:. :.. hour .for chilflr.'.; ,.' :.'... <•-..: Jlie'rc will be :'. i.w.; u t .. ..i ...-• library for chiina-n o>-:!:rai;i ai 10:30 o'clock. Princess of Nippon Will- Attend .Arkansas ftcsbytcrlal at Joncsboro. Mrs. C. HL Gray, vice president of -.the Arkansas SvnodlJal, will takn part on the program of the Arkansas Presbyterial to meet in Jonesboro Thursday and Friday. In addition to Mrs. Gray representing the First Presbyterian church,' Mrs. Roy Walton and Mrs. Marsh it. Callawny will go as official delegates, and Mrs. Hoss Sts- vejis, president ot the Woman's Auxiliary, will also represent the group: Other members attending the annual-meeting will be Mosdames Virginia Ko»k, J. H. Morrison, O. P.-Mbss, C. R. Babcock, James B. Clark, George R. Crockett and J. E..B ..BC11.. . l ^v -• Has Guests _jfs. W. Leon Smith was hostess im<U:y- Tuesday Contract club mcm- bff|p ( ftnd several guests this week. M^Scfames.Ross D. Hughes, James Ito,Bcl], W. H. Minyard, W. D CfSniblin jr., and Bernard Gooch ^"W B^ests present. jgpslcry went to Mrs. Harry Klr- bKjlor high club award and a eietd bowl was Mrs. Minyard's lirtfc for honors uniting the guests E salad plate was served the tables of plnyers, • • » Combine mbers of the New Tuesday club and the Untie Nous club have combined will to to known as the En- tr»HNous Bridcc club. Mrs. Robcrl Gtt&es was hostess Tuesday aft tejjpon when she also had as her Mr. Wilbur Stewart of Till Mrs. Jesse M. White . William Trotter, Mrs. Marvin jppelle and,;. Miss Selrrja. Sallba "s. Tom Healon won tile club a picture, and a liandker went to Mrs.. White for higl award. ...... refreshments were a chickci. rott£penr salad and iced tea. Clab Fos'yroncd The meeting of the Music department of the Woman's rluh, scjigliUed for Frday nflem-- • .-.•: been postponed until R It was a smartly costumed little Princess Takamnlsu who cnchantd New Yorkers on her hurried sight-seeing Irlps about the mclropoll! Here you see the shy, almond-eyed bride of the brother of the Em peror of Japan in a striking close-up picture. BRIDGE UV WILLIAM K. McKENNEY Srcrttarj- American ISndgc Ltaguc The nest f£\v articles will be devoted to the system using the quantitative showing ot tricks, The in tincial conventions have been gh'en to you In previous articles. Under this system of bidding you arc required to show the full strength of your hand even on nn original bid, therefore a two or even a ;hrce original bid Is not a forcing bid except a two club bid, as the the artificial tv:o i'.:'.'a forcing bid which was described in our first articles. Two different methods ot valuation arc uxxl in this system— 0113 for no trurnp hands nnd one for suit bids. We will'first of nil take up the no'trump biding system showing the strength required for original bids aud also tire strength required to support. ORIGINAL BIDS OF ONE NO XltllJU- Hands containing strong major 5i;ils arc always bid in preference So no trump. No trumps arc not :'.i.1sjbie wlien a hand contains u suit, a singleton or a worlh- use the old pitch count system fo valuing lush cauls for their trump bids. This count, is as fo lows: Kacti ace belli counts .... Knch king held counts . Kach queen held counts . Each j^ck held counts .. Each ten siwt held counts Ten spots should not be countc unless they arc held with a higher honor and no ten spots should be taunted If the hand docs not con- lin an ace. Tlie total count required to make an original bid, is the first bid made of a hand, is as follows: Osceola Society—Personal Mrs. C. D. Fcrrln was hostess to cinbsrs of the literary department f the Ofceola Womcns Progressive .ub, entertaining the club's rcgu- ir meeting al her home here yes crday afternoon. Mrs. M. L. Stunners led the af- C! noon's lesson on current events taken from the monthly Issue ot ievlcw ol Reviews magazine, con- uctlng a qucbtlonalre on various opics of current interest. Mrs. (J. M. Harwell read a paper n George Eastman, president • oi he Eastman Kodak company, un<! Irs. W. E. Hunt discussed the Music Shoals project in a short talk A business meeting of the Wo- nnn's Missionary union of thi "•irst Baptist church was hekl Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs I. C. Bradford. * * * Mrs. Prank Howse led the after loon's lesson taken from the study if missionary work in the Carlb bean Sea at the regular mcetln of the Methodist Woman's Mission ary society Monday afternoon. Th neetlng was held la the church au dltorlum. * * » Itev. and Mrs. C. E. Welch las evening entertained members'of th joard of deacons ol the First Bap tlst church at a dinner party a their home here. The guests indue ed J. B. Bunn, S. D. Carpenter, R If. Jones, W. T. Tuole, J. W. Ma hew, J. S. McCants, I. S. Burto and J. T. Rhodes of Osceola an Floyd Chafiln ol Jonesboro Baptls college. * + # Mrs. L. D. Massey and childre went to Memphis this morning a visit of several dnys with Mr Massey's sister, Mrs. Bcttte Su Smith. Friday because ol thc'VjUii-.y ":V;H 1 « f> douulcton. The strength for oration meeting. Aifcknborg-Andrcs The marriage of Miss Geneva Aggress and Mr. Raymond L. Aut- denburg, both of Sik'eston. Mo., 1<*flr place here last night with ths K££ Alfred S. Harwell,.-pastor of thePirst Baptist church. iKrfor tosrHhe ceremony at his home. ! a no trump bid should bo distributed in three suitsj and it tie fourth suit is very weak and the hand contains a good four-card suit, the [our-car'd suit should be bid in preference to the nolrump- _ i Present Fnifram at Senior V. T. A. 5me programmer the senior high Parent-Teacher association mccl- ine-jyesterday alternoon was composed of some of the numbers to Ilcalrr Second Hand Tlilni Hand Fourth Hand Count runuircd 13 Tl Mrs. W. R. Henderson find bab Inez, arrived Monday evening f a visit with Mrs. Henderson's sis tcr, Mrs. firaxton Bragg, and IV Bragg. Mrs. Henderson will be r membered here and In Blythevi ns the former Miss Fay Kent. Buddie Barblers, small son Mrs. Maggie Barbiers, sustained mangled linger In a fall from h bicycle a tew days ago. Luxora Society—Personal Miss Dorothy Brown motored to emphis Wednesday to attend the owing ol the picture "Trader orn." • -• Misses Mildred and Madeline Mars and Messrs. Champ Meadows Hi Fred Shober were Blythevllle Isltors Sunday. Messrs. Lloyd Helen and C. B /ood jr., were Blylheville visitors hursday. Miss Maibelle Cooke spent Fri- ay in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Turner nnouncc the marriage of their aughter, Loulst, to ' Mr. William loistcrs ot Oreencville, Miss. The •eddlng took place April 9th a 31ythevllle. Mr. and Mrs. Cloister •ill leave soon for a short wedding rip to Florida. Miss Mary Lynch was in Blythc Illc Friday where she served as a utlge of the piano contest in the olored field meet which was hclc here, Mrs. Jesse Brown and Miss Max ne Brown were Blylheville visitor Thursday. Mrs. C. W. Mlfllu ol Memphl vas a Luxora visitor Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. McDearma: were Memphis visitors Friday. Mrs. Alvin Wunderlich spent Fri day in Memphis. Miss Cara Mai Hires was a Ely theville visitor Sunday. Fan-is Fordycy was a Memph visitor Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Bogan ar attending the meeting or the Gran Chapter of the Eastern Star of Ok lahoma at McAlester, Okla. The will return the last of the week. Miss Pauline Seaton spent Frlda in Osceola'as th cguest of Miss V vian Scurlock. Jack Brown of Memphis was tl guest of his mother, Mrs. Sue Brow Sunday. • Miss Margaret McDcarmon, who is attending Union University at Jackson, Tenn., spent the week-end .here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. McDcarmon. Virgil Brakensack was « Luxora visitor Sunday. M. C. Cooke jr., of Blylheville svent Sunday In Luxora with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Brackensack ot Tyronza were guests of Mrs. Frank Vollmer Sunday. Mrs. Bruce Ivy of Osceola was a Luxora visitor Sunday. . Elliott Williams who sustained a broken hip last week when he fell, l.sreportod much improved today. Recce Young of Osceola was a Luxora visitor Sundny. *'' Messrs. Kenneth Rowles and Kim 'PfOTATOC 9PORT ClOTHESMSt CORRECT foe MOST AIL Wynne WOM£W TO MOW PRfSSX OllEFIGUR&ATTrtE- , A FROCK OF WHITE FIAT BOLtROANDTURSAUOF AVACADO GREEK/ AND WHITE SWIPES? VT WE EXTREME RIGHr .' 19 A VERSION OF THE CD tor if DRESS- IT 19 A WO-PlECe ArFAlPOfYHlOWS'ltK'A'ITVl . .coii.ARAWD8£iT IN PAISLEY COtORS-THBClRCOlAR PAHTF AR E S iVEkJ ADDrriOWAL W.OTM ,$, .*] Floyd Chaflln. who is a student^ Taylor who have been in Luxora at Jonesboro Baptist college, will') for several weeks installing the new spend the week with Mr. and Mr£. j ice plant' at ' John's, arc leavin» '?• H. -Jones, while.. ,convalescii)i>l Tuesday. ' Ircav. fi It lourtli hand contains a mini-i Osecolans who attended the open-jSpann Friday, mum count ot 15, ho should also| lng bnscto11 S 1 " 1 ^ ° [ ""> season in T. D. Wllkuis was a Blythevllle 15 i .. , 'rc:n ; .rt;tbnsllc.clomy. operation perj4, -Mrs. Jack Rich- of Earlc. Ark.. oimod in Memphis todiiy. . • /f was -the guest of Miss . Elizabeth hold a distribution that will us-1 Memphis yesterday include Mr, and sure him that opponr-nis will not MrSl Dcn Buller ' Mr ' aud Mrs - Ho ' mer Qulun, Mr. and Mrs Charles Lowrnncc Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bryant, Hale Jackson, Braxtoiv Bragg, Dr. L. D. Massey,' Bruce'; Ivy, J. E. Montague and D. S". Luney. Mrs. Bruce Ivy spent Monday in Memphis accompanying Mrs. Jesse Brown and Miss Mnxlne Brown oi Luxor a. go game In eltlier of the major suits. Partner of tlie original no trump when he holds sufficient count to bring the total count ot both hands to 23 and shall raise to three no trump when the total count of both hands shall be 24. e. g. First hand tjids one no trump and you hold a count of 10. Your partner, first hand, Is required to hold 13j . Mls f Luclllc wdch - w "° atlends ''school at Jonesboro Baptist college, is spending several days at home this week with her parents. Rev. nnd Mrs. C. E. Welch. Bits of News Mostly Personal Miss Frances Schults was called to Memphis by the serious illness by student?; in the or llcr molucr " wrlo underwent an and SatiircU'.y. JJfrori Morse •; . : ' - ticjv the girls' i.../ • •-. Mines Lillian Erh: •.. o.i.... ;;.•'..;:- '. crfHind Grace Eliicit, s::r.'_' tv.o :,•:•-j lettins and the boys' Q-.iavic;, ot Kgjmeth McAnally, Carl Rylce, Alton-Hood and Woodrow Fisher, al- EuTendered two selections. For Vflj&irow Fisher's violin selection Miss Brisco was accompanist, J&- ar >d if rs. J. A. Waterman w«ie In Memphis Tuesday..for the bafr- game. JJj. R. E. Martin, ot Senath, Mo., visited the Blytheville hospital to- Cecil Lee and Mrs. Moore. lysrsburg, Tenn., will arrive to- ..*ration Sunday night. B. Harrison, who has which w : ith your 10, makes a total count ot 23. This is insufficient to bid three M trump, but enough to rime your partner to two no-tnimp. While it partner hart bid one no trump third hand, he would be required to hold a count of 14, which with your 10. makes the combined count of both hands 24, and yon visitor Monday. C. O. Hall jr., molored to Ty- loma Sunday. -Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Willoughby and. son of Tyronza were guests o( Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Dudncy Sunday Miss Pauline Seaton spent Sunday In Blylheville. Mr. and Mrs. A. Liverant were visitors in Osceola Sunday. Mrs. Jesse Brown spent Mondaj ill Memphis. The P. T. A. met at the school auditorium Wednesday afternooi and elected tlie iollowlng officers for the coming »'T THE EXTREME IEFT l9ADOUSLE-BSEASrfO CUFFS'OF WHITESILK ptque- ERV ACCENTS' THE WlOf OF THE WHITE CWOWGA CLOW COATATTHEIMMEP1AT& ^— WHITE BAtL BOTTOMS FASTE w THU- WAIST AND CUFFS'.' : ,THE- PUWOWORK is ciosi W MASKED GIVING THE- i RATHER THAW EmEp. and Junior Wiiudcrlich liikcd ' to Blythevllle Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Cockran had as Ihelr guests Sunday Mr. ana""> Mrs. Ed Lee Valey and Mr! and -I Mrs. Lamar Biggs of Memphis. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Powell spent. Sunday at Morehouse, Mo., witn Mrs. Powell's parents, R; v . nn-f Mi's. J. T. Self, where the con-- gregation of iiev. Self's church gave a banquet'in honor of the 40th anniversary of the marriage of Rev. and Mrs. Self. Mr. and Mrs, Joe L. Dsan and daughter of Tyronza were gujsts ot Mr. and Mrs. Louis Spanu Sunday. Foster Yalcs of Cairo, III., Ep^ni!j' the week-end in Luxora. '', Former Residents *••'•• Send Florida Fruit L. E. Hanmer nnd liis mother, • formerly of here and now of Lees-'" burg, Fla., sent the office of th<j" county clerk. Mrs. John H, Long, a : large cr.U? of fruit this week. •'• The card attached said the fruit ' was for their friends in this city •' who called at the office. ' jer of their friends with a party Friday night. • Mesdames Alvin Wiuiderlich and Roy Graham shopped In Memphis Wednesday. Mrs. Frank Vollmer was a Memphis visitor Friday. Mrs. O. Howton was a Blytheville visitor Saturday afternoon. Mrs. J. D. Kuiledge of Chicago | was accompanied home by Mrs Plttman who will remain here for several days visit. Mrs. Elizabeth Silliinan re(urn ed Tuesday from Louise, Miss, where she has been visiting he aunt. Mrs. Clarence Vollmer n 111 daughter of Blytheville were guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Cooke Sun The meaning ot a word In Chi- : nese is indicated by the musical 1 ' tone in which it is uttered. One' word may have as many as livd' different tones, caeh of which;' when sounded, gives to the word 1 an entirely different meaning. Showing Beautiful .Novelty Footwear in all the New Spring Styles . . . Sea Sand and Black Kid Pumps, Straps, T i c s. High and low heels. Outstanding values at $3.85 & $5.00 Width* AAA to C Golf Season Is here and you will want a new pair of Golf Oxfords. We can fill your our famous Si-Kn-Tiltick Golf Oxfords—Black and White, Almora and White. day Powell and Grover Thompson shopped in Blytheville Thursday. Miss Josephine Burchcll returned Friday from Memphis where ' F " °' Sunday. ><• Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wood, Rei and Mrs. Kinsolving and Mr. an Mrs. Jack Majors held services a she has been the guesc of Mrs. Yen- the county farm Sunday aftcnmai ton Pittraan, for the past week. She I Cecil McGloUiin, Tliurmon Sco ! Sizes 3 to 7 Widths AA'to B The Low Price The New Economy Shop Ingram Bids- Next to Farkhurst'b" president, CAT MOTHERS FOX CtlBS GLASSBORO, N. J. (UP)—A cat is serving as foster mother for a should raise your partner to throei 1 " 1 " ° r , r ' vc Iox cubs °» tne farm of Sheriff Daniel Hcndrickson hear no trump. When the partner of the original bidder hns supported a no' trump, the original no Irump bidder will use the same combined figures—22 and 24—in arriving at a game going declaration, c. g. First 15, bids [here. When the molher of the (ox ubs died at the time of their >irth, Hcndrickson called on neighbors for a cat. a visit here. Mrs. Lee will bf£Jhe guest of her sister, Mrs w. Diilahunty, and mother M»fc.J. M. Glllespie, and Mr. and MWJoe L. Scruggs will entertain Mp^Moore, aunt of Mrs. Scruggs. Mrs. T. W. Tomlnson has as her giwts her son and daughter : Rivers, Mich. . C. W. Cockran, of Meridian MlK.-, has come here to make he hdBfe with her parents, Mr. and MSiW. I. Dcnton. ' lit, and Mrs. J. E. Waters, late ot«8raceville, Fla., have arrlve< liejjgto make their home. Mr. Wa tc».'js connected with his brother in*jr, W. I. Dcnton, in the Den torgyhevrolet Co. For the prcsen th«|f..arc making their home wit tlvj-Dentons. tiSt. O. L. Baines Is a. palicn' a thaJIemphis Baptist hospital. two no dcr now knows that partner holds . r _- . Y..,,! I, ,41 I I *"-' "^" r*llvjlm ULlll IJtUklll-l 4JU1U.1 Mrs, Bob Ell oil and daugh er, L mml of nt k[>st * mA * iC e J "^J!"L S0 . ..l,^". 1 " 1 ' 1'oUk a count of 15 (0 plus 15 "^Hospital Notes «i:> ' W. F. Caneer, Senath. Mo.. hdmitted to today. the Ely theville nn, Saturday for a month's vis- witli relatives. ' Mrs. C. W. Afllick, Mrs. J. A. Leech and Mrs. W. B. Tnmicr spent estcrrtay in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Smltli were 'isitors in Memphis Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. Morris King ind daughter, Mary Mazeppa, of 'ace, Mi&s., arc tic housegucsts ol Ir. King's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Iff King, tor n lew days. Mrs. J. J. Daly went to St. Louis today for a visit. She was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Mal- :hc»-s, who .sixmt tlie winter with Mr. and Mrs Daly and who returned to her home there. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ambrose and two daughters, formerly of here nnd now of Flint, Mich arc In tlie city yesterday and today cnroutc to Memphis for a. visit with relatives. Louie Isaacs, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Joe Isaacs, is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mrs. Berry B. Brooks Jr.. of' Memphis, Is the guest ot her :no- tlicr, Mrs. Altai Walton, for several days. She arrived yesterday. Holston Robinson, who has been visiting in Memphis, has returned home. J. E. Jewell and George Bankins hsve returned lo their home at Henderson, Ky., after Mvcral days vi-st with Mr. nnd Mrs. John Poster. B. N. Wilson ot Osceo'.a attended to business here today. Mr. anfl Mrs. E. C. PaHon at- l>lus 24), lie should go to three no trump. In the following articles we wil Sivc you original bids ot more one no trump and show hou Ihrsc should be supported by part ncr. Mrs. C. B. Wood; vico president Mrs. B. O. Wilkins; secretary. Miss Mary Lynch; treasurer, Mrs. R. C. Langslon. C. B. Wood was a Memphis visitor Tuesday. Miss Maxine Brown left Monday for Memphis where she will enter Miss Wyllc's business school for a short business course. Misses KaUierine Bowen and Neva Xineborger entertained a nutn- tc-nded the ball in Memphis lodar. BAKING POWDER Hot Weather Ahead! Genuine Alaska Refrigerators Quick Meal Oil Stoves SAME PRICE forovtr 4O if* double, I years Lloyd Loom Fibre and Other Summer Furnishings GILLEN'S FTER EASTER SALE OF A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF DRESSES AND COATS ; For Ladies, Misses, Children In an effort to move all our Spring Dresses and Coat.s while there is yet plenty of time for much wear to be gotten out of them, we arc offering them at unusually low prices. Every garment is of most unusual quality for the low price. You'll be rewarded well by coming in and inspecting the following values. Early Spring Coats $29.75 Coats for $19.75 $19.75 Coats for $14.95 $16.75 Coats for $12.95 Special Group of Coats— $12.95 to $25 for $5 and §10 CHILDREN'S COATS $5.95 & $6,75 for $2.95-83.95 Beautihil Dresses $29.75 Dresses for .... $19.75 $19.75 Dresses for .... $14.95 $16.75 Dresses for .... $12.95 $10-$12.95 Dresses for $6.95 $6.95 Dresses for $4.95 MILLINERY AT GRKATLY ul£ DUCK1) PRICKS Radio Girl Hosiery i Unconditionally Guaranteed \ Pair $1.00 \ Warner Bros. Corselettes Hall Sisters Sh^ppe r* • 1 T-* • •»-• m . ^s. I "^^" ^^Special Prices on Formfit GarmentsX \

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