The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 1, 1931 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 1, 1931
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TWO BLYTHEVILLK. (ARRfr COURIER NEWS* 1931 Society Calendar : ;^.; Saturday Mbaes Maurine and Annla Jane Branijp will entertain the Children ol the; Confederacy. SUssfiPegey MeKecl is having the SatiirJSy Night club. There' will be R slory hour for chlldrtjn' at the llbvary lit 10:30 o'clock^ SchoojfVVard (o Be BeiatUied Thi>"eXeculiVi committee of the GGsii<ji)I!Parcnt-T{a<:her association held -A-' meeting Thursday afternoon '.at the home of Mrs. E. B. L!oyd)]V7th ten members present. New-- -act Miles planned include the .bummer round up for chll- dren's.^plij'sical inspections May 20 at lite-'- school and the beauillica- tlou W: Hie school yard by the plantvfe of flowers and shrubs. Tlu. hostess served strawberry short, 'cpke wllli wliipped cream. IJf: • • • Giv»n| Shoivtr Patty Mrs,'.fE. B. Dickey jr., who is leaving, the city, was the truest ol lionor'^at a buffet supper rmc handkerchief shower given last evening" by' Mrs Randolph Smith and Jjffs. A: C. Ward at the Ward -. The -'honored guest received an . Interesting assortment of handkerchiefs, Th&^guests who enjoyed the dc lidous"**.. menu . were: Mcsdamcs C W. Garrigan, Roscoe Crnfton, Joe D. HaliiCh, F. B Joyner, P. C -},-ine Crow Tlic hostess served oprlcol sher- et, cnkc and coffee. Included In tliosc present, were hcsc guests: Miss Lillian JafTc of ort Worth, Tex., and Mrs. M. rosklnd, of Memphis. The next, meeting will be In Lux- ra with Mrs. A. LIverant mid Mrs. , Bernstein as hostesses. • • • ItOM'cr Given for Visitor. Mrs. Hichard Dlckerson of Grecn- lle, Miss., was the guest ol I'.on- r for a kitchen shower given last •cnlng by Mrs. On'ille Elkins and rs. U. Hammock at the hcme of Irs. Elkins. Fire rccen'.ly destroyed rs. Dlckerson's home. The 25 present presented the uest of honor wllli an Intctcstliuj ssorlmcnt of gifts. Sandwiches and coffee was serv- <1 by the hostesses, assisted by Mrs. Oscar Bicrbaum and Mrs. J. A. ioyd. For the pnrly the Elkltis' home vns pr«Ully decorated with spring lowers. Bits of News Mostly Personal . . - L>jir~igSiri~TKooutz, Mrs. W. Leo Smith' and Mrs. Harry Klrby, th week. >|p YeHqw. and pink prcdominnled i the lovely spring flowers arrange- for.thjf-luncheon tables. Afte]£jt.hc two course menu contract (.bridge was played. A vase went to'Mrs.- J. A. Leech for high score j}f Ize. i -^ *. ' • Has Club. .\5erjibers of tlic Young Matrons Bridge'.club and Mrs. Charles Wy- 11? weft;guests'of Mrs. C. E. Alkinson Thursday afternoon for-a bridge game^- ; :. -:?'/ v ; Mrs?,!,Doyle Hendersonn wpn hosiery jap ths club award and Mrs. Wylie-r.vras presented--a gift. V The]hpsless served a frozen fruit i.alad t .wU holives, sandwiches and ' To'Have Program On Jrtfrrwn Davis iMisJ^Carolyn Hall wil bo leader o[ the-program at.llic meeting of the Children of the Confederacy en Saturday afternoon at the •Jiome|pf Misses-Maurine and Anna Jane (^Branson when Jefferson Davlsf-'VriU be studied. These, numbers will be given: "Thci'Ltlc . of Jefferson Davis,' Miss J'jMaurlne Branson; "Brle- rfleldjirthc Home of Davis," Miss Marjorte Martin; Music, Miss Pol- Mr, and Mrs. E. B. Dickey Jr., are leaving today for Mcm|>his where they will reside temporarily. Mr. Dickey has been' connected with the Chicago Mill for the past ,svo years. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Worthlnglon are in Conway today for the state conlesl In which (heir daughter, Miss Tuclma, Is a contestant, in Latin and Coaiposlllon. They will siient Sunday in Lllllc Rock en route home. The Rev. and Mrs. George Wendell .Pylcs, of Port,'Smith, arrived yesterday lo Ire with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bull nnd family because of Mr. 'Bull's Illness. Moraines H. A. Smith, Otlo Koclilltrfty, c. VI. Afllick, George W. Dillahunly and R. C. Dent jr., left today for Hot, Springs where they will attend the National Con- giess of Parent Teachers in the annual convention. Miss Willie A. Law-son, who will also go from this city leaves tomorrow. Mrs. H, N. Swcarengeiij who has been. Ill from a throat infection, is now much Improved. Tte Rev. o. Holt, of Hickmon, Ky., Is visiting relatives here. Mr. yid Mrs.jVictor Bray and son, cluip'plcj Memphis, because of thtf illness of Mr. Dray'd mother. Misses Martha Reynolds and Mildred Olaham, of Hay 11, Mo., visiled here last evening. Mrs, Roscoo. Craflon is In Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphreys have as their guest Mr. Humphreys' niece, Miss Ella Parker, of Halls, Tenn. Stephen H. Brooks jr., and his grandmother, Mrs. M. A. Bariyjs, will return Sunday from a visit in Osceola. L. P. Aldridge, of Chicago, Is the Luxora Society—Personal Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cooper ol IJIylhcvillc were Luxora visitors, Sunday. ' Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Thwcat motored to 'Blythcvllle, Sunday. Mrs II. C. Davidson and daughter, of Wilson were the iiunuday mieats of Mr. and' Mis. Bob CJllle- sple. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ballcw motored lo Osccola, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dean and daughter of Tyronza were Luxora visitors/ Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. 8.' Ashmore and Mrs. B. W. Cooper ol Osceola were Luxora visitors, Sunday. Bcnnic Bob Hall was a Memphis visitor, Suiidny. Miss Elizabeth Spann Is visiting relntlves In Hughes, Ark., this wcek % Philip Gcortje was a Blylhevlllc visitor, Sunday. Mr. and Mia. Edgar 'GiUyean, Misses Mildred Galycan and Ar- lenc Hires were Memphis visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Denton had as their guests. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Lawrence of Slkeston, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Alias Shibley . and children spent Sunday In Osceola visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bliss Yanccy and small daughter of Hughes, Art., spent the week; end with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Spann. Misses Mabel George, Margaret and Mildred Richards attended the show at Dlytlicvillc Sunday a(U?r- Cotton broadcloth, Hi a gay new noon Algerian striped design, makes one Misses Elinor Shoaf and Kath- of the cujest of the new runabout ryn Bowcn were Blythevllle visit- si>crls dresses, equally ors, Saturday. tlto home porch serving iced tea ol Mr. Charles Shoaf haa moved, an afternoon or on the links tee- his family to Tennessee. Elinor ing off. ]yanrfa_'Buck; reading, Jane iSranson. Annie ITaye! Dinner. The- ; annual drive for memberships |tn tlie Golden Cross organl- zalion^-'.whlch • pays expenses for . charity; patients going to Methodist hospitals, was launched in the First.'Methodist church last evening •with a dinner at the church The! Jo present discussed the raising of,?1000, which is this church's quola 1L for the annual drive. Reriwts snowed lhat 11 patient from Uiis vicnily have recently been sent ttrthe Memphis Methodist hospital charily work and that ;i number-of these were members o! other'taanominations. Thaldrire will continue until Maj 10 with-all branches of the churcl taking.part. ' ' f . f • Club Eiitf rtaincd. Mri(.'iftrry W. Haines was hosier to the^Mid-Wcek Bridge club yes terda^for a luncheon and conlrac bridg«.-game at her home In th" Shane^apartmenls. Ear)y. 1 summer Rowers formed at tractive centerpieces for Ih'c tw small; tables' arranged for the tw course', menu. In -the card games which to' th guest of his sister, Mrs. May L. AJdrldge for a few days. Mcsdamcs G. Harwarg, Rose Goldberg, Max Rubcnsleln, Adolph Veinberg, Maurice SUvcrfleld, S. alfe, and Misses Rpsfc Ruben- teiu, Ramcllc Welnbcrg and Hulli ;oldberg, of Osceola, attended the neeting of the Jewish Ladles Aid here last nighth. Mrs. N, Bernstein an dtwo sons, of Luxora, were visitors In the city last night. Mr. and .Mrs. William Barowsky and Mrs Max Barowsky, ot Manila, visited here last evening. John Evans and son, Ralph, and Soss Moore, have gone to Houston, Miss., for a few days. Mrs. C. S. Stevens is spending today In Cariillicrsvllle. C. A. Cunnlnstani. Ic-cnl attorney, has moved his office from tlie Lynch building, Broadway, lo the Ingrain building, Main and First. Midway Notes Mrs. E. M. McDonald relumed home Monday afler a visit with her mother at-'Htckman, Ky. J. C. Jones of the Ollchrlst farm visited J. A. Lloyd Monday. Ed Moody and Frank Lhid were Blythevllle visitors Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moody, Mr. and Mrs. Jnck Hill, O. Randolph, L. B. Cannaday and son, Ike, Frank Linil, Horton White and Mr. nnd Mrs. Oran Ashfibrnnncr were Blythevllle visitors Saturday. Mrs. dermal! While mid children of Lone Oak are visiting Mr. and Mis. J. A. White this week. Prof. L. H. Autry nnd Hays Sullivan jr, ot Burdette were Blythc- villo visitors Saturday. Mrs. O. Randolph and daughters, Hazel and Kay, visited Mrs.' Jack Hill Sunday. Jack Hill was a business visitor at Luxora Wednesday, Rexie Wilson spent Wednesday in Lu.xora. Leonard Hill and Ike Cannaday were visitors on the Gilchrist farm Sunday. i and Charles Shoaf will board with Mr?. W. H. Lucas unlil the close of school. Rov. and Mrs. P. B. Kinsolving visited relatives at Portageville, Mo., Sunday. Wlllatn and Adelc Geoi-ge and Richard Clinton Reverie motored to Osceola, Sunday. Mrs.F.M. Bonds Entertains Luxora Mission Society ••LTJXORA, Ark.—Wednesday afternoon Mrs. F. M. Bonds was hostess lo Ihc Methodist Missionary so- ciely. Twenty members and five guests were present. Mrs. Sue Drown presided over the meeting and Mrs. R. W. Thomas conducted Hie dcvotlonnal program. Following the transaction ot routine business a program on "Tlie Ou^look for India" was given by Mes.- duincs Charles Turner, Sue Brown, V. E. Rush, and E. R. Began. A musical program wns rendered by Mrs. Burke. Misses Kathryn Davis, Mary Lynch, Louise Turner, Dorothy Brown and Woodrow Turner. Courier News Want Ads Pay. BRIDGE: MY WM. K. S!cKENNEY Secretary American liridgc Lcafuc Practically dvery system today at contract undue has some form of a demand hid. A demand bid Is one which requires partner to keep (he bidding open. Under Ihe Onc-Two-Threc- system of Sidney S. Lenz an original thiee bid is the only demand bid the system. An original three 1'id shows n and one in v?rv nn^erfill hand assist \rotir partner in arriving at a small or grand slnm cleclaralioh. When, pnriner oifcns with an original three bid of a minor suit, don't be tco anxous to jump the contract into a game-going declaration as any original three bid requires the bidding lo be kept open until a game contract Is arrived at. The simplicity of this system which the deciurer lo'.vs: can easily l;c summed «i> as fol- lowed!T.tr5. Cecil Shane won prize.,S;mirrored base. Mrs.H May L. Aldridgc was the only Truest. !- * * • Mrs. Wolfort Enltrtains Jewish • Ladies Aid Society. MrCRowland Wolforl was lioness« Je»-lsh Ladles Aid society lait^ evening when 25 members and Quests were present from Blytheville, Osceola, Uinora, Manila Memplils and Port Wortti, Texas. In Ihc contest for a molto tlit« one wBi.selccled: "Aid Is the Aim" conlrtoulcd . by ^trs. Maurice Sil- vcrficVJ, of Oa:cola, who will receive the prize. F° r !3 he program. Miss Mildred Jucld played Ihe piano solo "Silver Star.5,'''Cecilc Wolfort said ri:!-!!:s. EiigcnlJiBcmsicin. of Luxora. gave a reading and Melvin Bernstein, of . Luxor»f>£ang a song, accompanied by hWMilolher, Mrs. N. Bernstein Ptarvi.vrero made for Ihe Mothers' Day program to be given In .! connection \vllh the initallallon :', • Eervfea.of the local B-nal B'rlth a', 3 tte Temple Israel, Sunday, May l\). Church Funds Raised With Lion and Tiger Skins OKLAHOMA CITY. (UP)—A Ukrainian priest whose life was saved from Soviet, authorities by Oklahoma residents has shown his gratitude by building two churches In Bnuil.,. The Hcv. Gregory Onysccnko, in charge of a small parish here, last fall was ordered back to Russia to face a trial for bearing arms against tlw Botsheviki. An Oklahoma Clly newspajxr financed his flight to South America where lie was safe from extradition. In a letter of appreciation received recently he told of raising money for his two churches by selling lion and tiger skins. Ills parishes arc located in the colony ol Traccma Cathrlna. feels confident 'that, with little or no support from partner, game can be made. WJien making n three bid. you must be in a position to do one of the following three things: He-bid Ihc suit shown. Bid som? other suit. Permit your partner to play the hand at three no trump. A three bid must be supported y partner with one quick irick Hospital Notes Mrs. Willie M. Cox. city, was admitted lo the Blylhcville hospital today. Raccoon Was 'Strange Animal' SYRACUSE, N. Y. (Ul'l—An 5 P. C. A. ambulance was hurrlrd to the New York State school here recently on the report that a "strauci animal" was at large. Tlie slranc animal turned out to be a larg raccoon which had made its quav ters under the steps of the ir.aii building. " 1—O:io bids pimply show a fair iiand and should not be lur.isitd without real trick values. 2--Two bids indicate hands 0:1 which tl« chances look good liv going gauic. and can be iiipost- cd with minimum help, but >o-.i are not required lo support with worthless cards. 3- Three bids show the po\vrr house hands that generally produce game if you ami your nd normal support In the suit I can select the correct mil id. Or H may be supported with | or no trump. They are all demand bids and you are required to keep Ihe bidding open. With a wortii- lr?s hand, the proi>er response Is three no trump—thus parti::r ii assured of a second opportunity to' bid. : our cards of the suit bid and no utsldc strength. Not holding normal support, but m? trick, and a biddable suit of •our own, this suit should be ihown. v When holding less than four cards of the suit bid by partner and a generally worthless hand, (•our proiwr response Is three i;o lump. The proper rcspoiuo would also be three no trump If you brld only one quick trick nnd no biddable suit. «ncn you reel dlny, hwdnchr. Inllour.. Taka HATUm'« When holding better than the one quick trick, and no biddable suit, your proper response voulil |aur>u«hrnT ifi be four or more no trump. He- member thai partner, when linking all original three bid. holds a very powerful hand ami If yon hold-more than one - quick trick, you should be prepared to fliow there addilional values which may -Nl TaMtW. Il' bti'iii'ttHnf««?' /TD-MGrU TO-MORROW .' " Til* AU-V*l*latI* laxaticc DBS. MES & NIES OSTEOl'ATHIC PHYSICIANS Hemorrhoids (PILES), Varicosed Veins also Skin Cancels and Malignant Moles removed, without surgery. Weak and Fallen Arches Corrected. Clinic 514 Main Phone OS TOUI1 PANTRY Formerly Clarence Saunders Store BARGAINS FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY Strawberries 12 GARDEN PEAS"""" "T.S" 7ic ORANGES Fancy Floridus ISO's Dozen BANANAS Golden Kipc, Nutritious /* I'ound «2J V Lemons Fancy Snnkisl <iH2's. Dozen GRAPEFRUIT '"""^r APPLES Fancy Ark. Ulacks ;i I'ounds PORK & BEANS 3 Cans Guaranteed Fresh Dozen I APH Coraiwund. 8-Lb. I'uil Site L/lIllJ J-JJ). Pail PRUNES 7ft to SO 4 Pounds CALUMET linking Powder Ifi-Oz. Cim White or Colored 2 pounds Crystal White or I'. & G. 10 liars 21-Lb. Sack 50c 10-1,1). Sack .GINGER ALE ai ^KViS Peaches PRESERVES Gold Sea! •I-IJ). Jar PEAS Standard Early June No. 2 Can LARD S-Lb. Pail 51.05 '1-U>. Pail Lard pureo ; 0 sr o " iid lie PORK ROAST CHICKEN LQAES^'£nd A "S9c BAKEDHAM Home Naked Pound Shoulders SPARE RIBS, PORK CHOPS I-A MR (leniiine Less, :{;u- LrilflD Shoulder, '^'ic; Slew P» Hams Shankless Picnic, pound Roast K. C 1 . Ueof Should- ci's; l,b. Hie Thick Hibl.l). ll'/:c Hriskct I.I). nil Itolls, Country Club Fresh Daily' GREEN BEANS Tcmkr s • Crisp Fresh Heads Each NEW POTATOES "* Sc vondak-. Pound Fancy C:i!iforni;i 25U's Dozen 3 Large Cans .mm* Standard Granulated. Limit 10 pounds rm iV: Hammer (i Packages PEACHES 8-i.l). Sack 51.15 TOMATO Mucuroni - ur NOB(1klB I'at'kajje Sliced Black Hawk, pound SALT MEAT Tor lioiliiu; Puuni! SALT MEAT SEINERS !• ancy • Shoulders n u •+(*§ or Chndt 0 B (ra(^j Siinsel Gold. Fancy Fruit in Heavy • Syrup Large Can All Meat Pound Home Killed 4 0% ^ Pound Afm^f

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