The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 23, 1935 · Page 2
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f-AGE TWO BLYTiqcVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS l Calendar 1 THURSDAY'S EVSNTfe Holy N»rr((f society of the lin osculate" Conception church meet> Ing 7^30 p m. in social hall Yarbro WoVnan's MUsioiiaiy society meeting with Mrs Helen Willis, 2:00 pm Thursday, Luncheon cjub meeting with Mrs Bjron Moise. Mrs. J, E. Orltz having Thins- day Bridge club. Mis F, B. Joynci having linns, day Contiact club. , Auxiliary First " Piesbilciifin church h&slris ptayev meeting, 2 s P, M, with, Mrs. C M. Giay. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs B A Lynch end Mis M O. Usrey having biidge lunoheoi {91 Mis Brooks Flowers, 01 Birmingham, Ala. •Prajer'meeting of Fhst Picsby- te|1an church meeting with Mis a. G Holder, 2'30 pin Rickey-Durham. Announcement nas bcui of the maulagc of Miss Ruby Rickey, of Hope, AiK, and Mi Glenn. Durham, formerly of here ana now of Hope, The wedding was ^lemnlzod January 1. ^Tiie bildc Ls technician at the Julia Cheslei hospital of Hope. , Mr., Durham was head of Hie Biology depailment and as'ilstniij uthletic coach al the city hlgl! school from 1327 until 1932. He is now head of tlic Science department und dean of bo>i nl the hljli school .of JJppe where lie and .Mrs. Durham will make their honie. t « " Graduating Clash Has Farewell Pro., Membeis of the mlcUcrm „ uatlng class of the Junior High school, \viio completed their work ,5'esteiday but tvho will not receive Ihelf diplomas U|Hll Ihc er|i( of l|)9 school jcar, had an Informal pjogpnl yesterday. T >Jc-ssie Mlllei,,. selected cully in ,tile,,year" as "Miss Junior High,' piesidedj . Kathryu Sandeis, icad • a-pcem .Vi'Uen, by^Gencva^Brotyr Patricia Wood gave .the clasi his, lory, ChrlsWc" MurihaJI sang a • solo, with Betty Jo'E^ary ul the | piano the< class \\lll was read by , Connie Cunningham and Kathryri Sanders tang an original tong • The valedictorian.'/\ilcc Sallba, j and tlie salutatcrlari, > Jessie Mil 1 ler, were introduced > • > t } It vtas announced that (ft 45 had been, given the school by this group. Has Club. Mrs. Frank: Dulaney was, guest of Mrs W, Leon Smith when the had the Tuesday Luncheon club this iveek A tno course mfcmi was te f -ved at Hie bridge tables which had cento pieces of spline flowers v The prtze in the "bridge gomes uen.1 to Mrs Harry Klrby Gucslt, af ci u |,. Mrs Doyic Henderson entertained the Young Matrons Bridge club Twesqay afternoon when Eho alw had, Mrs T G S»a! and Mrs Ffed Rutherford In the card games Mrs Murray Smart ,won lingerie foi the chio award and filrs. Seal i\o<, presented what-not ornaments for the guest prlz" . •> The .hostess served ,i chicken t,alatl \\ttli graliani cracXcr rolls and coffee. ' *-.*-* — — ~ Literary Department Studies Russian Writing, Russian literature was discussed by members of the literary c!e- . partment of the Woman 5 club Tuesday afternoon 141 a meeting at the hoine of the chairman, Mrs Jain.es Hill jr., when 18 attended In forming a background for Ihc study of 'modern Russian \\rlt- in$ Mrs HU1 save 11 resume of the literature In the 191h century • in this couutrj. Mrs Odls fancphcrd ga\c a talk oh the modern trend made In Russian literature In which she presented the • different \tev,i on the subject taken by Americans, Englishmen am! Russians she also discussctl novels vuitlcn by writers of these countries in showing the life and the trend of thought in the present daj A review of the" booX, "The Mystery of Iniquity," Patmonl, was given by Mrs V. E. Buttcreorlli This author is a Russian who hus Jived In; America. Airs Shepnerd, Mrs Buttcrworth and Mrs. Guthrie King are members of the program committee In this group v.hich Is planning a .ff 1 . 65 o' equally as interesting programs for tlic remainder of the winter season. In the social hour hoi splccti punch >nas K r\ed wjth cooKitc and carjdl.es. ' '..»»< . Mrs BrooXs rioters of Birming- liair|. Aln'. hotKeguest of her sister Mrs M O.'tJsrey, was B uc*t of, Honor-at a bridge luncheon BKen by Mrs. A Conway and Mrs A.> B.,.ffefrfield Tuesday at the Conway ivSmc. ^'JThe comliijr holiday, si Valentine's day.^as^remembered by the heart T snapcdf place cards, l)j c Kd , Upers usid on J the four small tames and' In,- the* two course menu • N The 'high ' score - bridge prize fvcnt to'Mrs.-H. Hlghnil who ic- cehed lingerie,. Mrs.-Flowers was also presented v lingerie .tocludW Ui the 16 guests was Mrs. Godfrey-White, of^Osceola Mrs. Fkmers will alSo be com, pinnenled v wllh a bridge luncheon i Forecast for Spring Patou (rims .this lightweight white p.ip« panama with a -fantasy ti Mack and vvhtte ft»»hers. ; BV JUAN J'ATpt) Written for NKA Service' '' PARIS-Whllc-.huts .'Elioultl- ul- vvaji, complement and harinoli- ^e with (lie ' gencrBl style f of li v o cnscmble.Vi: think their' ni-st tiuallty should 'lib' to provide - a becoming-liamc for the face. The mtdseason (.ollectlons," Harbingers al spilng styles, fortunately avoltt ^h c • lym i my 'of : sc I "iityics ah d lib peimlt choice of becomiiig models. Crowni and brims arc made to tip smpiislng'Ihings. Tliey lire wiled forwarc) or dragged back n the most Illogical way, alivup H a tcmpeied manner, (hough, .to comply with the dictates of good laste " . ' Whllo stin\vs make - thcii- mi- pearaiice long tie fore llio weather even suggests sprint,', they arc apt to stjlko nn Incoiijnious note when worn with furs or coinfoR- able Moolcns For (hat period of ronsitlon, wlicn. women liavc Jictl of llieir winter bomiets, J irifcr taflclas, grosgraln or rib- oon. .All three cnuWe u modiste o achieve youthful^ und iiovel effects, despite (he faU that tlic novelty resides In coloi and treatment rather than in the mediums themselves.-'Later oii • lii the se-,- EOH, n wide range of straws will make tliotr nppeurunce, coarse, riisllnij-lpfkliis • T balllasspn s COI'UIK.-- ing WitiriMoiiipar'iib'li'' light pan an;as> for tthclsmuiic'.vvbmnn's favor. : . . Ti;lmihirt S s arc clradcdly fuvoi* cd, lii ever Increasing -variety.' it hug been more or leis prbven thai there'• arc: fc\V Ihinaij which (Jan- not'scrvc to'lHin'ii'haU 1 Thc'nevv- csl |()c«s, outside of tho now classical fcalhcr uml flower motifs, are glass and mirror ornaments and a definite rctiirn fo embroidery. ain hC , S0 !!. est all(l "Sluesi tells will top the ijifonmil and sports outnt colot and contrasting trimming will supply (DC 'caijy' now Tiitks, eaiislng, stltchinl will piov de the decorative cfTecl In fabilo hat*, v^ili, tgidi'-gjai,, and libboti reserved for the. toque>or urban tjpo and taffeias for i«id- iinn bi Ims > CocUnll mitt icslamunt, lt a l*''aic dcnnitely iclns^ated ', Here\t.ello pliano mid paillettes play u atcllar role AlgietWs, evocative of "(he carefree, pre-wjr day?? kj>p ea j orV more oil some.of the^e foimal nl tbough dimiiiutUo shapes 1st hospital for treatment and possibly nn operation. .' Mr. miq Mrs. -P, B. Joyiier • and family Jmve (liken the' house al 1103 West Main sli-pel, formerly occupied by Mr. and : Mrs. Roland Wolfort. who have' gone to si Louis. The residence, owned by Mr. mid Mrs. 0. B, layman of Memphfs, |» being redecorated on Ihc Interior und the floors refin- Ishcd The Joyners plan to move sometime next .week) Miss Itosa M. Hardy was in Memphis last, evening tor the play "Hie Green Paalnres." .Mis Loy Welch will leave 1M- day foi Kiinws oil-j to spend a 'iv, (lays with her daughtei, Maim who uttcnd!> school there Mr and Mrs W D McCluikin motoied to Memphis last evening foi the play The areen Pas- tmcs Mis K D Garpenlei is visiting, elalives in Monlicellp, III she \v is nccoinpanied by Mr Carpen " nlw Joiind James Hll| Jr In :hlcago foi ieveral days on busies Mi Hill is expected to re tin n today vinv' n"? Mri C W Amlck M' 6 ' Mai, D Mlllei and A Conway aic i) Memphis lodaj Miss Mabel Simon hai leluuied .low Memphis where she attend colic c nnes5ee state TeacUcis Mrs \v A Giunniett, who has -en 111 fiom inKuenta /or three col's Is better today, W s Langdon has. cone lo Memphis to spend several weete with iclatives Miss Johnnie LalToon who hi>s :cn spending two rnonths with w i" lc ^ , ail<: llunl> D r- and Mr- V A arimmelt has, returned to 1)« Jionic in Colfdjj La Mis Ed Stanley and Miss Mar-Ha BnKei have relumed fionv i ailef staj in Memphis t 0M bt ^ M arT < s * "W W* when MI O B A Uv'nUi Ulitl Irs. Usrey will entertain , ' Comnlimtnl tin, Butlcrviortii. "' Mrs V E Bitltcrivorth wan tom- illmcntctl Afonday when S5 mem- jeis^of the Woman s tounUl ot he First chiistian church iiir- ^psed her with a luncheon at her lome. The ccnteiplccc of the luncheon able was a bouquet of realistic oses ami ferns. A three course nenu WBB served. " FOI the entertainment which followed the Clmrity group uns in hargc with Mrs. L. L. Ward chnir- mcin. Later Mrs. J. O. Ellis con- lilctcd a brief business session. iu\lli»rj Begins iVcck of' I'rijcr. - .'•'.. The l( meumcrs of 'tlic Woiiuurs \uxillory of tlie F|rsl Presbytcri- in cliurch, who attended tlio first necling of the week of pmycr Crihfictd , fjj7, Book account— number of vol- nti J.m I. iB3i, filS; added bv mctete. so books; uddcd by gift, Ji books; total number of volume's Dec. 31, 103-1, 158. Circulation— number or volumes loaned to adults, 601; number of volumes loaned lo Juveniles, 469 WUI number ol books ; loaned, Board of truslete-Mrs. ' H. L Uipplcs, president; Mrs.: Mert lim ' ^''"-PW^'leiit; Mre. Dud Will, .secretary; Mrs. w. E. Taylor tWasiircr; oilier members of the VM ^' J "" You "8' Mrs - nn'«, i, Mra - Lcslcr Cccl1 ' Mrs uill Watkins find Mrs. Dorothy Brewer. Sandy Ridge mirch, heard Mrs. ivc the program. Mrs. .C. M. Gray spoke """ Miss Lucille, Fondrcii, who attends school. »t iLuxora, swill the week end u'illi her parents M r -, ~.. v OI^AU on tin- «tt.A t-iKj wiui her i>arp Dan. Mrs.-Fred sanatlur on China, >"id Mrs. H. J Fonflrci w on Korea, and w.ccnuy moved -'here ' ftss Mabel Simon on Mexico.' Mrs. ihestcr R. Babcock Impersonalctl mlsslonaiy from. on fut- ,,. , • .--" ....^.^ liuin n]n lliglitowcr commuiilty. . Harold Coote spent the week end m^Biythevillo -with.his sister, Mrs. -.. : ^.. u .. ul ^ JIWHI . p[ti£ii u^ nn- 'ii ijiyiriovillc ough to the United States 'n'tid'Odl-i 'Barnc-s Louise crane Ijilcr. was al Mits aiirtlicl : :cook spent | 1s i fronv Africa. , . (Thursday; visiting :her bS r w CO '' 1<|U by iM- ''' ' Iij the social hour members -o] irclc 2 served ooHlob. . -c es;; tea miU Boycn place' near' ra -• -•• jibson Library Serves Many in Pemiscpt Counly SlEtiLE, Mo.i-llic- comtiiuiilly ibrary nl Olbson, a small plucc lirec miles northwc.it ot Slceic,' Is latronUcd by resident*- of-all parUi of Pcmlscol county;. The library - nrsl organized- by. the Gibson mans club. U Is open .lwo''iif- tcmcwns each week. Following. Is he annual report of Mrs. .-W, C. Tailor, Hbratlaii: "' " - " v Rccelpts-Gllti, $ -SO; nieiiibcr- slilp fees, $5850; fines, $1.33; special funds, 55.35;' total, -.$35.48'. " ' Expenditures — Books, : $11.41 supplies, ' printing,' $8.80; Clarence .Ford is-movlnc lo lh» ' ' Claude Cool? rvisifed; friends and relatives al' Hlgtllqwer Saturday "iglit. - ; • '.•;-. .Blanford Cook entered school at New- Liberty Friday . Dr. Mark.Hodgers of'Lusora kll- cd!n:mnd,dog-|h this ctimmiinlly asl'wccii. , . llic small• children . of 'Mr. and Mrs.'.Sim ' Aycock' hnvc whooping cough.; . Read "Courier i.Nevys .Want Ads. CROUPY COUGHS JJ<«io.'p'-n.», pt'ovn. ma,t ^icifl.l •- ingredient, M f, : f,, lhild,, n , !imjr.,.f.r t.utr, long.c't.lljng ' SHEDOANS SALVE Bits oj Mostly Persona; . , («m«r)y of ii)id now pf -Mpmpl)te, attended to business here during the last of the week,, Saturday, Mrs. Woithlnglon went to the : Must Thwart An End Play lo Defeat This Game Contract Solution to Previous Contract Problem BV WW, i SjfcreUry, Arwripan Bridge The )i»rd?sl .typ'j Hands To art UK ones. |n which bpjh partners have•• (wo long .suits, why cant players learn ; (hat bridge Is a partnership ganie? In today's- iiand, for Inctuncc, alter South bids a spade atitl'tits partner blrls two diamonds', the lime club bid/is flue, But warning number one comes when the partner now bids Hhrce hearts, Of course, South shows the distribution of .his hand by tile null! 6 , 1 , Rt f° S "" 11 ' SIM, rifl » l much Impiovcd <"* "«» , | b ,now and -Ralph M , 0S ^lo Mrs Margaret Plann.gan, of Mr "l,,'" hC gUK>t Of "« "k, Mr* Marcui Eyrerd, ina fig,, «} after having had a visitun points of Alabama Richard Jesse Webb. son of Mr *7 V.QJ.M 3 * K Q ) C 3?. + 7 10S 32 ¥AK5 2 10 87 i A A K Q S6 i * A + AK 5 4'3 Duplicate-— Nona ^ul South 'Uol N,,H|, j.^,^ 1 6 Pabb > 4 f'ass i * I'a«s ( y pjj, * }\is» -I y p Ib5 t •> 1'asi p.iss I'ijss Opening }ead—V K as bid of four clubs This shows at Iciist five spades and five club , bill wh-ii North rcbids his, hearts lememLei tint he is t] 1C uiiig six diamonds and ,fwc heaits—and he has not opened the bidding c outh has Souths aces and kings aye going to b* more valuable to NorUj than Norths ;distribution will b-' Todny'a Contract Problem Wtet is pUM'iig the con tvacl at two hearts. How csir North and South take the imi'vlmum number of triLKs' *QO I VK 103 ' 1 «AKJ b 3 3 to Boiilh IJiereforf &outh not blcl four spades but lie CKVM,. carry the contract to (no dla monds. •• > The Plaj ' There i not piuch plaj to t)i s hand at fl<e,r})anionds arjtl, wltfi 9111 a heart opeiiinfe, seven Mi. wn'be, made Of course, if a heart , is opfened ' West \\\\\ \\o the first heart Bhd,lhen leadjlji acs of hearts, forcing the declaft \o trump wjth ,th? ac« oL d(4 pionris i This wtabllshes a cjlimontS tqefc for West'snd hold* tw v cbn trad to flvc odd f >" '4 -f--™ ...^*..*, b ,^ M t«uscQ from a sticptococcio Sii/ecMon of the throat His parents arc with him W G Nooncj, of SI Loulv «p, reaepting Ilio Lesscr-Qoidman conV pany, altendcd to business Jierc Phxiiclun or Memphis, TSalT'the """' of Dn, Carl »q& Bdna. Ws v—' rta5 ' having come over' 1 for inc Magers case In circuit court Couuei News Want Ads Paj6 WANpf . Men women and children thai are siirrciing wlih ITCH BINGWOkM POISON IW IMPOTIGO IB1- ER, ECZEMA. ATHLETES FOOT FOUL SMELUNG FEET, etc to try BROWN'S LOTION for "instant relief of itching and dlscom foil Dont use messj calves and bandngcs. BROWN'S LOTION ' Is "quid u penetrates the outer in and kills the hidden gcrms »ith 'MONEY v^ twulc s ™« TEE: In 60c and $100 ^<7i<c"hv Klrby Drug.Stores. ^.^ CROQUIGNOLE Oil GUARANTEED WAVES' W»ve - - jc Barret Beauty Shop UH-House on ^(, 5t i, polton \}\c entire system' Whel jou feel bad on this accounl, tak Thedforas Black-Drnught ti ge I take Thedfords BlackrDraugh for dizziness, headaches, Kid last Ip [he mouth, a dull, tjrert feellnj and for a\ij , tart fee\!ng lha comes frorji a, i.lo«g-d sjit«n) writes tfr D M Mipton, of Chief land, Pla 'boon I am feelmj good as new I only lake a dos once-In a while. THttWOKDts BLACK DRAUGHT -Adv. 2BP3 To-Night' s Milk delivered while it's FRESH in lime for your CRAIG'S DAIRY Phone 74 ,(} ANDTHENEUJ CAN 1$ $0 TH€ RiGULAR PRICE OF CALUMET BAKING POtUDER 15 NOW ONLY H9«ev^r, Wcrcis 4'()retty play ^t! (our fpatlfs. Four spad« 'cgn bs d?(eiite(t only In'th'?-(o|!owln8 manner 1 The fcljig of''Jwajte' fe optned, and then a (shilj, made t0 i«! h? «* tn of ip ^ ei> Swl1 ' I*)!! 1 ' with the. a« and leads the King or spade 1 ), discarding a heait fiom dummy Easts jack clropo South then cashes, his ac e of diamond? und now )gad^ (h' 1 mieen or s.pa<l« AI t),u point, if West, Is careless and plajs Itw three ot spades, South will make his contract by cathta? his ace and king of clubs if wei.1 doeEiH turnip tjie second tliift tilck, (South *lll lead A tiump aiiti thiou West into Hie jcart and all West can cto Is to cash the ace of licarls. Now West will ha\e to (hrow the lead to duimnj wheic tlje declarer has plenty of good cards upon ^hlch to discard his three losing clubs . However, if west, Is circful and ma!;et a sacrlftcc plaj, delib. crately giving up 4 trump trick by throivlng hl s nlni- of spades on the cteclaierS queen, the contract \ ill be defeated, as South «ill h.ne to lose three club tilcks (Copyright, l!0&, NEA Swvicc,Inc) Lorene Widner Chosen t "Miss Yarbro High" ' MIES Loiene Wldnei was declai- ed 'Miss Yarbro High School' In a populjilty contest in which Misses Marjorle Row Mtmm Emma L!o\d and Villa Chapman were also contestank. She Rill be crowned in H special ceremony some time next week This contest climaxed the annual 'Who's Who contest of the school in «hioh Ml*, Widner also won honors for the pretties! the most popular and most fastidious girl Her brother, J w Widnci uns declared the best looking, most lastidioui, most courteous and most uomilas loj ' Othei Ijonors, i\ere won among theic girls quietest Miss Kallier- inc Joliiuon, neatest Miss Irene tstes, most courteous Miss Irene Eslcs, best athlete, Miss Pauline SDAY, JANUARY - 28, -1935 THOMAS —- GEORGE SGAR80 6E A PRIZE PlGHrfR. GAVE THIS 1 UPTOBeATAl- Acrotj. AS A RESULTOF- SlNSlNG IWA GtEECUlgV IIMHCK DEE NIGHT BEFCGE A PULL' LtNSTH MlR- KoR 'THE PaffTS SUP (9TO PUYTKE -FOLLOW1MS QVrV .',.;-•..,'•• Hllbuni; most studious, Miss Eldora Neal. Boys: quietest, Herbert Julian; neatest, Harold Lloyd; ' best athlete, Pete Brunliani; inost studious, Herbert Julian. Courier News Want Ads Pays own to dittrhilly ttfuml vour , v IMMT M th »oMf you in relieved b» CO-LEA-NOR THE SOUTH'S BEST CpAL SUPKiRIOR COAL « ' MINING CO. MR. MICAWBER i • beautiful budget and the . "My other piece of advice, Copperfield," said Mr. Micawber, "you know. Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure nineteen six, result happiness Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure twenty pounds, aught and six, result misery. The blossom is blighted, the leaf is withered; 1 the God of day goes down upon the dreary scene, and^anci in •short you are for ever floored. As I aiti!'.',': :;: ;.:'• ""•• •; ; * * * ••• j. ,:.'•• : . '..Take it from Mr. Micawber, or from any one of thousands who know it for the truth, there's no friend like cash! And there's no way to be so certain of cash as to spend within'your budget. Begin today! Say to yourself—so much will go for food, so much for:rent, so much for fuel, so much for charity. Stick within your budget and you'll find it bountiful enough to leave you something over! e of the best ways to budget as you go is to read t|ie'advertisements in this newspaper, Daily, as in a parade, the good values of the good stores march before you. Roast beef or chops for Sunday dinners, a special style in -men's shirts, new drapes for the living--room . .. the advertisements will help you choose them all, and often at a'rsaving!

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