The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1931 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 16, 1931
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PAOE TWO DLYTHRVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEW!* Society Calendar .' Friday Miss Neal Luckett !s having the Friday Nlfht club. ; Saturday The library will sponsor the story hour lor children at 10:30 o'clock. There will be a'story hour nt ihc llbifcry for clilldrcn beginning at 10:30 o'clock. BJyJbeville.Womrn Urfett To.AtUnd Coenly Meeting., \ybmen o( this city arc urged to participate in the annual meeting of the Mississippi County Fedcra- tloit of Women's clubs to be lieHl at >Uic Wqiiian's club tomorrow. The morning session Is to begin at, ".10:30 o'clock with -Mrs. Jolm Ediington, of Osceoln, chairman ol thc-program committee. Features ot thcl'program will bo an address b> Mrs. \V. H. McCain of Cotton Plant, district president, "a-' history of tm. club by Mrs. John Wlut.c ol Oicc- ola,. 1 music arranged by Mrs. George M.,LeeC poems read by Mrs. R. O. Lahgc, nnd a visit to the art exhibit. Officers are to be elected for the new year with Mrs. Jnmcs B. Clark chairman of the nominating committee. Mrs. Harvey H. Thompson of Wilson, president, will preside. The afternoon session Is lo begin at 2 o'clock following luncheon at 12. Miss Cora Lee Coleman, president of the hostess club, Is In charge of local arrangements. At least 50 women are expected cnlral r. T. A. tl«ls Ofllccn. Mrs, C. W, Afllick was elected resident of Hie Ccnlral Ware! Par- nt-Teachcr association In n mcet- ng yesterday aflcmoon. Oilier ol- cers elected were: Mrs. R. N. Wore r., tlrsl vice president; Miss Mary Outlaw, second vice president; Mrs. nest Hoe, secretary; Mrs. M. onlz, treasurer; Mis. Floyd A. Vhltc, historian. Tlicy were Installed by Mrs. Ira ray, rearing president . Mrs. C. R. Babcocfc wus nppoint- i In charge of llio summer round p work of this group. It wus nn- ounccd by Mrs. C. W. Aflllck, hlld welfare chairman, Hint the urn ot 188.10 had bctn ipem this car in tills work. Tlie program consisted of selcc- lons by the boys gtcc club and boys :uarttt mado up of Kenneth Me- mally, Carl Itylee, Alton Hood and Voodrow Fisher, directed by C. T. Kramer. Mrs. U. H. IJabcock lead a poem, "Home" by Edgar A Guest, and Miss Mnry Ellen Stevens snug 'America the Beautiful." Has Club. Mrs. Hnrry Klrby was lioslcss to he Wednesday Bridge club this vcck. Iris nnd lulips made pielly decorations for the hostess' living room arranged for the eight' play- rs. Mrs. W. J. Pollard won the usual >rlze of hosiery lor high score. The refreshments were pear salad and sandwiches served with iced to attend county. Jroin all parts of the French Painting Studied. Mrs. W. I. Denton led In tlic discussion of French, painting from Poussui to Delacroix in the mecilnt of the Delphian chapter ycslcrda> at the Hotel Noble. "Classical Painters' 1 and "The Age of Louis;tte'Fourteenth" were laic en up .by/, Mrs': U. S. Branson, followed :with a talk on paintings o the eighteenth century by Mrs. C S. Stevens. Mrs. G. G. Caudlll took MP FonUinbleau..|e study of-pictures Mrs Horace: T. Gulp led in the discus sions of .those! by. Poussin anc. elude,-LeBrun ruiti Chnrdin am eighteenth-raniury artists. Mrs,-...Jsaics- B.- ClarX, president presided over the H-present lor a bu sinew, session. Bits of News Mostly Personal The. marriage' of Miss IjiVell Fowler and Mr. E. M. Allnrd. botl of Clarfcsdale, Miss., look place here yesterday at the home of the Rei W.- -J.- Le'Roy,'. pastor of the Lak Street Methodist crmrch, who per » formed the ceremony. After a brief honeymoon Mr. am Mrs. Alford wilt reside at Ciarks dale where the bridegroom Is R rail road engineer. Ke attended Mis | Eisstppi A. and'M. college, Stark • ville. Mrs. Alford, who has visited her. several tunes, lias been the gucs of her,aunt, Mrs. C. M. Massej for a week. After attending schoc she was employed by the South western Bell Telephone company a. Clarksdale. , Has Slumber Party. Miss Annie Bell Stacy enterlain- ed ten girls with a slumber party •last night complimenting Miss Hcf- cn Hayes of Oxford, Miss., houseguest of Miss Ixmise I«ggett. Sandwiches .'and Ice cream made a midnight feast for the girls ami this morning .th eliosless' molhcr served an appetizing breakfast. * ' • " • Club Ent«t»incd. Mrs.-.Walter -M. Card of Wilso- was a guest at the party of the new Wednesday Contract club entertained by Mrs. Dixie Crawford [his week. -..-.. Bathpowdcr went lo Mrs. Hilcy D Jones for the liigh score prize The hostess served pecan pics topped with whipped cream, and mfTre to the two tables of players IkriffU lirlilge Party Attended By 60 Women An attractive assortment of prli;s, lovely decorations and the attendance of 60 ladles made a success of tho benefit bridge party at llie Woman's club yesterday altcr- oon. Tlie shades of while, lavender and purple were employed in the decorations or lilacs, vlolcls and Iris arranged in ilcor baskets and low silver holders. Following llie card gomtfs re- fiesliinenls of angel food cake topped with strawberries ,nnd whipped crcnm was served with coffee. Mrs. Wilbur Stewart, ot Tulsn, Okla., won Iho high score prize and she selected a lamp rrom gifts donated by wholesale and retail merchants. For second high Mrs. R. F. Klrshncr selected a bilking dish and a double deck of cards was clioscn by Mrs. Nelll Reed for third prize. ,_pther winning at their ta- Dlfs, and;.-prizes were: Mrs. J. A. Waterman, bacon; Mrs Joe Dilla- hunly, end table; Mrs. Sum Thomas, lingerie; Mrs. Fred SnnUcrur, hose; Mrs. W. D. Chamblin jr., hose; Miss Evelyn Ujrwell, hobc; Mrs. Edgar lioruin, bnujn; Mrs. W. C. Hlgginson, lingerie; Mrs. Charles Wylle, refrigerator bottle; Mrs. A. G. Hull, tomiiact; Mrs. Carrol Blukeiuore, balh powder; Miss Mary Honey, hose; Mrs. H. A. Taylor, a hum; Mrs. W. D. Clmmblln jr., a basket of fruit.. The proceeds frorii this affair will be given to the library of the junior high, school. Members of tha amusements committee were: Mesdamcs n. C. Dent jr., W. M. McKrazlc, N. D. Menard, M. O. Usroy, L. II. Moore, J. S Brai\son, Picas Sctoy, RucEOll Blair, R. II. Bcnett, J. C. McHaney li 1 ., E. P. Blomeycr, Edgar TJaruni. * • • S. S. Class Mcctj Members of the T. E. L. Sunday school class of the First Baplist church met at tliu church Tuesday evening for llie monthly program and sociul meeting wilh Mrs. C. F. Tucker and Mrs It. L. Mc- Kiiight as hostesses. Tlie 13 members and five visitors were led in the devotional toy Mrs A. S. Smith with Mrs. Tucker nnd Mrs. E. C. Atkinson, who has been very 111, Ls slightly better today. Mrs. W. C. IjCgicU and daughter, Miss Marie, went to Oxford, Miss., today for several days visit with relatives. They weio accompanied by Miss Helen Maycs who returned home utter u week's stay with Miss Louise Leggctt. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will lirown are spending loihy in Memphis. ("rank Miirlon, who hus been ut St. Bernard's hospital nt Jonesboro, will t« brought, home tomorrow in a Ulytlicvllle Undertaking comiiiiiiy ambulanci'. He is much improved. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. G. Goodwin, Mr. nnd Mrs. Randolph Smith have returned from Miiury City, Tenn., where they spent two days wlili relatives. Misses Ellen and Helen Moore and Edna Mac Phillips attended the dance in tlic Lcachville Community hall last nUjhl. J. E. Halsell and Mrs. J. S. Halsell left last night for Hillsboro Tex., because ol [lie serious Illness of Mrs. Halsell's father. Tho Hcv. Marsti M. Callaway, pastor of tho First Presbylcriar church, and Roy Walton, returnee last night from Batcsvllle, Ark. where they attended the mectln: of Arkansas Presbytery. E. B. Lynian returned today from Hot Springs where lie attended n Cotlon Oil convention since Saturday. Miss Bc-ilc Whlbitt has as her guest today her sister, Mrs. Joe 'nice of Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Everett n. Gee, accompanied by Mrs. Gee's mother Mrs. Thomas Hunter of Phoenij Ariz., have returned from Cape Gl- rardeaii, where they spenl a week Miss Mary Imitse Taylor i spending today in Memphis. Claude Perrin, of Osccola, trans acted business here today. . Mrs. Kale. Hale is in Osccola nursing Mrs. «an Sawyer who I crillcnlly ill. Crawford Greene, siirjerlntcmlen of the city schools, will go lo Jones boro tomorrow for the minimi di s trict literary and athletic meet Fri day and Saturday. Joe Appicbauin returned 1 a s night from Yazoo City, Miss., \vhcr he spent a brief vacation with hi parents. The blue of Ihe sea stands 1.. constant ratio lo its saltiness. I Ihe tropics lie tremendous evai: oration makes for a more brilliai blue than in the northern seas. Pageant Queen THURSDAY, APRIL 1931 BRIDGE By H'M. E. McKENNEY least three small cards or a dou- Sccrciary' American Bridge League | b^ion wun at least jacn and one smaii, iwo no irump c.ui uu uiu originally, ii the rmiid conlums u L'Clira 01 la. ueincmuer that In the quantitative biiowmg ol tricks, ii is nec- Belore proceeding with llie bids ot more inan one no inijuji, lot the writer again remind you of Uic pilch cour.i—uce lour, king three, two, jack one, ten , when liuia wiiti a higher r.onor, one-hull. In supporting no trump bids, partner snould use the above count, and in addition the supporting Imnd shml count one more lor essary 10 juili' pmnir at onue three no trump hands is due to Hie fact that when you have all four suts slopped and a total count of 21, you undoubtedly have a better suit bid than no trump. TOMORROW — Examples showing liow to aptXy tline counts Will be given. Society Seeks Summer Homes for Children each 01 Ihe three honors heading any live card sun, e. y. You have a' wgm. a picture o£ your- Hand. -iKwiou n you were 10 bid one no trump Ji^sc or seconu hand on cither 01 me auovc (lesuriix'd holdings, your feyes of educalora from all »cftion of th* country will b« focuwd oi cute Miss Uila Edna Frlnk, 14 above, when Blio leads a pageant h their honor.»t tho National Con rrcss ot Parents and Teachers a Hot Spring* National Park; Ark. tljn first week In May. Lula Is i tophomore at tie local high school live card diamond snil headed with me king ciuecn, and a side king. The two kings would each count Jhrcc points and the queen two points, which would give you a "total 01 eight. In addition you have a five card bull hearted with two of Ihe lop, three honors—the king and queen — therefore you would add two more to your count.ol eight.,.giving you a grand total of 10 in support or your partner's .no trump bid. * • * In yesterday's article we learned :hut it (HUcrciil count is required n each position lo mate an ori- jinal iwo no trump in any posluon tnu count is 17 with all lour suits slopped. A suit is considered stopped when headed by an ace, uy Kliuj x x, queen x x x, or Jack x x x x. While the latter two aro rather weak, li is safe to say thut in larger percentage ol cases a. suit is stopped when headed In this man- er. Of course there are times when we will have a slrony hand with only three suils stopped, therefore when n hand has three suits stopped uml the fourth suit has at wouiu pass wun a LUJIII 01 Wniio in Hie majomy 01 PLANE LIGHTS IN GORGE •SALEM, Ore. (UP)^Installatlori of beacon lights in famous Columbia river gorge for airplanes flying jetwccn Portland and Pasco, presented some ol the newest and most difficult of Insinuation problems federal offlclals said. Beacon sites were established at 23 points on the JO-mile airway. CLEVELAND, O. (UP)— Eight American elms, weighing over 12 tons nnd more than 50 years old have been transplanted from a fanr 30 miles away . lo (he 'grounds OL Seveiance Hall, home of the Cleveland Symphony Orchestra. casts, when you hoiu it '.MM. iour suns stopeo, or lu witn ihrte suits sioppcu, mere is an easy game m nu Lriimp wnen your pauucr nolas count of even J.«ES man i-ynt- ¥ou win jump pannL'rs u..^nwl bla of two nu irump 10 ihuv no irump: J-irst— witli, R count o: sis. Secondly— '.Vuii an i:cu and H side JUCK or wiin a li^u 1 ciuu JiUH ntadty oy iin ace. Third— Wun one king and one mitcn. 'i'nc accuracy of tjn.s toiiiit m The Arkansas Children's Home society, Little Rock, has issued an appeal for free boarding homes for some of its children for ihe summer months. If residents ol the stale will provide homes for a number of children for the period from May 1 to October 1 the so cicty will be enable dto care for that many additional children, it is pointed out by W. F. Don-Is, districl iiiiwrintendent. Inquiries should be addressed lo Dr. O. p. Christian, 1814 West Ninth street, Little Hock. arriving ut tmec no u'um nuions is almost uncunny us Uiu gruilcr majority 01 :in iniins win maKc tlnee 'no uiniip wnen u:c comoined count is ^i. U is yinte lii^2 inai when iinrtner opt-Kb »\un a minimum one no trump :u:il you bupiwrc with a munmu:u, tiuiKiug u comumea count 01 22, a nun:ucr ol tnese Hands will be ucieated. H is not very ottcn, however, utu LWO nnnlmums are oposite oscli other. Tlirce No Trump Three no trump bids are lalher scarce as they require all four suits to be stopped aim a touil of 21 in any position. The scarcity of With this NEW STRENGTH you can eat better, sleep better . . . fed better Every' sprinjr countless thousands tn!;e S.S.S.— Hie purely vcaclnMo tonic— to build back their rcil-blood- cells so thut they may have that new strength which makes for a keen appetite, firm flcsii, a clear skin ami greater resistance against infection nnr! disease. You, loo, will want to lake S.S.S. for this very reason. Select the larger size as it holds double Uic quantity and rep* resents a price saving, os.s.3. Ct FOSSIL SKELETONS STUDIED MARSHPIELD, Ore. (Ul'>—Fos- silillzcd skeletons found here during excavations [or llie new Isthmus Inlet bridge are being studied by. Professor Joseph B. Homer ol Oregon State college to deleriuiuo what age and degree of civilization they represented. Several skelctoi or animals with heavy tusks, and a heavy jawbone, unlike any ot ilic wild boar type, were found. New Face Powder Is All the Rage That lovely, natural bloein of youthi find it in MELLO-GLO. Purest, smoothest face powder <nown. New French process makes It slay on longer. Coloring approved by United- States government, Dlends perfectly with any complexion. No flaky or pasty look. No ugly shine. MELLO-GLO pmvciits large pores, never Irritates skin. —Adv. i'( BILIOUSNESS Tho Itov. J. J. Wlscner, of Draketown, (la., says he has taken Black- Draught, when needed, since childhood, arid he is past fifty years of age. "When 1 would get bilious," ho eaye, "I would fe<?l like shut- flhis along Instead of walking. My feet felt too heavy to lift. I hud Buch a dull, tired feeling, and I would feel dizxy ami niiiisriiicil llk£ I couldn't lioM my ]io:nl u|>. I louml how Iiuifll tho Ill:K'k*l>r:ui^'it iH'Ipi-.l ini\ Hud 1 tool: It. 1 fniU hitvlni,' tho^c Ijinl spoils, and fi]',| now I only lirtvt: lo l:jho a feu- ilo-;r-;< aiul T arn KOOI! :IK ii'ju 1 . Don't l:a\'o to take inutli now. lily licallli Is goofl." Get the genuine Tliedford'a JiLACK- DRAUGHT IN USE NEARLY 100 YEARS pring Mrs. Alfred S. Harwell offering' lirnyer. Mrs Charles NV.vcomb conducted the business session. Hetty Jean Blankensliip yave a reading and the meeting was dismissed with prnyer ty Mrs. II. E. Darnell. The lioslesses served delicious refreshments. • • • Club tnlerUinnl Mrs. J. p. Lcnli cnlorlainert members of tlic Tuesday club nnd several gutsls with a chop sney Hipper and uvlclge game 'niesday evening. Desiclps Mi? members, Mrs. Matt Moiiaghnn Jr., Mrs. Lonlsc Greene, Mrs. \V. C. Higginson, Mrs. Max 13. Held and Mrs. Doyle Ilcn- clerson made up the llireo tables of players. ; In Ihe brldKc games Mrs. IJer- nnrd Ooocli received iwwder lor Ihe high store club prl?o and iitr- lump went to Mrs. Reid fov liljli among Hie cucsls. Permanent Waving Season Is Here Genuine Eugene Permanent ..... Nestle Improved Permanent .. Special Per- mancnt .... *r QT vv<v J .We also wish to announce that Mrs. Mabel Outlaw, formerly manager of the tied Ball Beauty Shop, Is now connected with us. Elois Beauty Shoppe . r )05 Popular Priced FOOTWEAR le, Fit and Service e S. S. S. Tonic Mercerize** French iisette Plain—39/40 in. wide Better quality than a year ag9 at this price |C Yard Cotton Marquisette While—Cream—Ecru Plain and Fancy This quality sold at 15c a yard a year ago Yard With Women's I)ull lllatk Kill Pumps, high spike heel, the newest style lot ;imi a line fitter $4.95 Men's While Calf Sport I-acc Oxford. Black Calf lip and trimming. A popular spring style .95 Mens and Womeus Hosiery al Popular Prices Central Shoe Store Where llie Boolcry Used To Ik Heavy Quality Cretonne Sold for 25c yard a year age I5 C Yard A uixirlcrtul opporhinily to briglilm tip your wtndowa ". . . wilh heavy quality crctrnr.e Ilial was made lo sell al a considerably higher price. Wide selcclion oi colorful patterns. 35/36 inches wide. Filet Curtain Nets 36 inches wide A better quality than a year ago at this price ICTard Cretonne IOC *ar« Improved quality and more at* tractive patterns than we sold a year ago for 15c a yard. 33/J^ Imported Cretonne , in lovely new patterns 39C yd. Soft toned designs in liar-' rnonious color patterns . . .: one suitable for every rooni^in your home. A fine, quality... very unusual at th * price. 3G inches "wide. Printed Sateen 23cyd. Trie umt quality that »M • Vta.r ago for 29c a }^rd ... and Utlcr pattcriul 26 bclits wide. J. C Penney Co. D E.P A 220-222 W. M T M £ N T » Inc. STORE Blythcvillc, Ark. For Dress and Sport GLOVES AND GAUNTLETS 50c to $1.95 It's smart to be gloved this Spring ami here's ;i special assortment of the smartest kind, imaginable. Of fine, soi't, washable ChamoiseUe, Doe Skin ami Silk. Gauntlets in the new lengths with or without buttons. All shades. Cliainoiscttc Gaiinllcls Washable Chamoiscttc Gloves in the new Gauntlet, pnll-on style, raw or linishcd scams. Eg^ d*-a Shell or Mexican color & 1 Washable Doc Skin Gloves Very new arc these smart- u loves of cxtr.i soft Doc Skin, medium cufTs. pull-on style. EJJI; (£•< nj" Shell and White Sl.yD Silk Gloves Popular -Now Two ntlrncllvcly styled Silk CJlovc.s . . . semi- long .button style and a new pull-on wilh scalloped wrist . . . Egg Shell. £•» and (M AC Mexican and Grey ............ <?1 Ijl.^O While Clunnoiselle Gloves 50c Angora and Freiu-h Fell BERETS Whcrccvcr you 50 this Spring Berets arc the vogue for motoring and snorts wear. A large selection here of Silk. Angora or French Felts in White and Hasiel Shades. THE NEW YORK STORE

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