The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 8, 1931 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 8, 1931
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PACB TWO BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 8, Society Calendar •'• Friday Tlie Dorcas Sunday Echool dnss ol lijc First Baptist church Is meeting at the home of Mrs. W. E. Marshall with Mrs. S. J. McDcur- maur.imd MK, J. M. Fowler as . Tile! Sas Kak Ra Rook club is mooting will) Mrs. 'ilieodore Lo- EUII.^-; ... ' Saturday Mis Peggy McKcel Is entertaining ;• the Saturday Night Supper «iut>.!.; . There will bo a free story Hour nt tht library for children HI 10:30 o'cloc>. •H Sunday Tii'ere will 'tjd a Mother's Day program at the Temple Israel us a part, .of the Installation service lor Ihc'B'uai IJ'rlth lodge. Win-'Honors, Miss Martha Chambers, daugh- • ter bi Mr. nnd Mrs. fl. L. Chambers, auxllMtss Elizabeth Haley, daugh- tcr !of Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Haley, hart'' won new honors at Blue .Mountain college, Blue Mountain, For"' nest year Miss Chambers has,Ji>ccn elected president of the sopiioniore class and Miss Haley, vhdMtliis year, served as president of fie junior class, will be n member ai the annual staff for her senior year. For Vanity's Sake Tarty. • i Mrs- Ben Cooper was hostess to six [tobies of bridge players lust cvcniiig at Vicr home on Davis avc- nuei'Pink Radiance loses enhanced Iheicplor scheme of green and pink alsrf'carried out In other pretty gar(Ien' J howcrs and in the refreshments: of Bavarian cream, individual >:cakes, sandwiches and lemon '«#:; Book ends went to Mrs. Marvin Chappelle for the high score prize and >the cut prise, a set of plaques, was'.Tgivcn Miss Morion Burns •- JiSrs'- Marvin Ctoppells and Mrs. L. Bt'Story were guests of ^^rs Harvey^. Stewart yesterday afler- uooivwhen she also entcrlained the Matinee Bridge club. M,rs. Carrol Blakcmore won the club; prize, bath powder, and n conipact went .to Mrs. Stoiy for hieij'jimong .the guests. 'Hie hostess served strawberry shortcake with coffee. 1 ^ * ° » » . Entertains Club. •rtie Thursday, Luncheon^, c|ub medibtrs and one guest, Mrs. Jas. H. Be|l, were guests of Mrs. Everelt .-B. Gee yesterday for luncheon nncV.'a' bridge game. .life, tulips nnd roses formed preily- centerpieces for the small hmthcon tables arranged for (he 'Golf balls went lo Mrs. J. A. Leech:for the high score and Mrs. Bel(,Va bride, was presented an ivy Club;_M«ls. Mis. Victor Bray cntertalnrxl members of the Young Matrons Bridge club and a guest, Mrs. John W. .Enyder, Thursday afternoon. A-double deck of cards went to Mrs.-;W. P. Veaiey jr., for the clut),,pri2e and Mrs. Snydcr was presented a guest to»-cl. Refreshments were pineapple sa '?fli. strawberries topped with whipped cream and iced tea. IVirii' Atmi. , Ivllss Mary Virginia Capcharl daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Noble Cap*hart of Holland, Mo., won firs' . honors in the piano contest of the district meet in southeast Mksotir Ingh'^schools May i'. Mis? Capchart Is a pupil of Mrs John R. Priest of this city. Bri*c Complimented Mrs, C. H. Morgan was hostcs. for<n shower party at her hom at J*n Thursday evening complt renting Mrs. J. E. Krcch wh xvas;-before her recent marriage Miss^.ChristinD Owens. She now livesTat Yarrb. The .interesting assortment ot giftSj were displayed and later in 1 the, .evening refrcslimcnls of S : peach dessert and cake was served 1.1 wltBJ'hot chocolate. There were 15 guests. fl^ *• » * Club .Entertained Mrs.' J. H. Elkins was hostess to the i. members of the Mid-Weck Bridge club and Mrs. Earl Koontz BY JOAN SAVOY ,NEA Service Writer (Coato from Lord and Taylor, New York.) because it Is mighty smart ove white a bit later on, mid right nos It you linvi-n't n chic separate dressmaker coat hanging In your closet, your confidence should be ;o:newhere near low ebb. For not only are they necessary articles in every woman's wardrolic but they arc so flattering this year liat even if you didn't need one •ou ought to have it anyway, just 'or vanity's sake. Soft, sleek, they look like dresses because! they' fit so beautifully and actually are dressy. them do astonishing their sleeves, daring Most of hlngs to them, flaunting them, buttoning hem or puffing them so that you nimediatcly grow a little bit arm conscious and are apt to make sure you liave good gloves to go with lie in. Dark blue nnd black arc the best >cts for the average wardrobe, hough there's no denying the aii- henlicity of brown this year. As a matter of fact, It you're n Miss Modern you'll probably preler brown good over all kinds of prints am plain things. Two of the newest coals accent uate the way sleeves and neckline are stylized. A lighter than nav blue wool crepe hss a youthfu looking monk's collar fringed a around Its outer edge anil where 1 -fasletis xm one shoulder. Shouli you want to open this collar who; tlie day grows wanner, it swing down Into a scarf and there yo are. still smartly fringed. Th sleeves open like shirt sleeves, fns tcnlng with white buttons, and illicit is ver ymodcrn. The other coat, a very soft, slice brown crepe, has the most Intrigi ing sleeves lliat round out, are ope along (lie lower edge of ttiat cape cull nnd then have narrow, tight culls around the wrist. Tliesc cuffs, as well ns the entire facing of the coat's front, are finished In brown grosgrain, with a piping of while that trickily tells the affinity brown and white have this year. The brown lint, is banded in while. Bits Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. J. A .l,ecch are In lemphls today. Mrs. T. G. Seal and baby or went to Memphis today to rc- leivc treatment at the Gartlay- lamsey hospital. EvDi-olt n. Gcc is attending tc inslncss In Memphis today. C. V. Scliaugh has returned fron t buslne.'iS trip Lo Walnut Ridge. Paul Ilotie jr., will arrive homi .his evening from Memphis where ic underwent an operation for ap- ttndlcHls. lie will be accompan ed hy his parents, the Hev. am Mrs. P. Q. Rorto, Mr. Rorle havlm jni- down yesterday. John Caudlll, who attends th University of Missouri at Colum bla, Is spending the week-end wit ils parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. G 3nudlll. Mrs. L.'. K. Alexander, who ha icen ill from influenza for a week is belter. The Rev. Alfred S. Harwell an J. P. Tompkins attended n meet "ng of Hie board of Jonesboro col cge in Jonesboro last night. Mrs. Clarence Vollmer an (laughter, Anne, spent, yesterday 1 Memphis. Mrs. George M. Lee is 111 at he home on West Ash street. Mrs. Joe Von Almen is vislttn her mother in Trimble, Tenn., for several days. J. E. Crlln Is in Memphis at the Polyclinic for an operation to remove rools from his gums, lie expects to return home tomorrow. Mrs. Crllz is with him. Miss Corn Colcman. home ilciiions.'.ratlon agent, is nl New Liberty this afternoon for u demonstration in cunning chicken given before the Women's Demonstration club. Miss Willie A. Lawson returned If st night from Hot Springs where she attended the nnnual meeting of the National Congress of Parents-Teachers. Miss Mnmie Blythe will arrive tonight from Llttlo Rock to spend the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Greene. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Stevens hnvc as their guests for several ("ays Mrs. A. L. Pentecost and T. J. Edmondson. of Rnlcvlllc, Miss. - Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben Greene, who have recently returned to Osccola to spend the summer nftcr visiting In California, and Seattle, Wash., for tlie past nine months, arc guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Green for several days. Mrs. J. J. Reeves of nipley, Tenn., Is the guest, of her daughter, Mrs. Petty Crawford, this week. Chnrlcs Crlgger jr., who underwent a minor operation at the Memphis Baptist hospital Wcdnes- BRIDGE BY mi. E. McKENNEY Secretary American Rridgc League- Tile forcing system Is without a doubt the most popular bidding system used by contract bridge players today. This system cannot be credited to any one particular authority ' as live expert players throughout, the country have all contributed sonielhlnu to its cle- velpmcnt. Tliere nre iwi'liajis more books written on the forcing system than on all other syilcins cosn- bi»ed. Eacli authority lias his particular variation which he feels comes closer lo producing satisfactory re3i;!!.i in particular situations. Every authority today uses ionic find of forcing or demand bid. A forcing or demand bid is n declaration made which signifies certain card holding and absolute!v requires partner to keep the bid- yesterday for bridge", game. a luncheon and The 1 luncheon table for the course menu was set with crystal glassware and white dishes "with tlic"«ccntcrpicco, pink Radiance a crystal bowl. Red Radiance,roses and other flowers from the 'hostess 1 own pretty flower gar- suit. c. g. You held: Spaiks—1-J Hearts—K-Q-J-10-3-8-4 Diamonds—C-2 Clubs—7-3 Offensively this hand will take day will return home tomorrow. His father, his sister, rs. < Bernard Gooch and Mrs. Crigecr. jr., Imv already returned. Mr. and jjis. P. N. Luttrell leave todny for Memphis nnd Dycrsbiirg, Tenn., to six-nd Mothers' Day with their mothers. <lins in case the left hand arranged in the roonv;for the bridge game. living opponent of tlie forcing bidder passes. Our nc.xt few articles will explain the straight forcing system with all of its popular variations including those of the writer. It is not necessary that a player understand auction before he take up contract. As a matter of fact it Is more difficult for one who has just a fair knowledge of auction to change over to contract, as they will constantly use auction tactics which will not produce satisfactory resulls due to the exactness r, cd in contract bidding. The first thing the beginner at contract must learn is lo value his hand In t»o ways: equir- Mrs.'B. A..Lynch won the club prize," hosiery, and Mrs. Koontz was presented a set of individual powder puffs. Wait Meets The Upstrcamers Sunday .school class j;f the Church of the Nazar- c-ne met last evening at thchome of Miss Imogcnc Morgan 0:1 Ihe North) highway. The: 11 members present played games after aUending to the bus- iness.VThe hostess served dainty retrehments. Tii» : inarriagc of Miss Lillian In- gram,'<>TManila, and llr..Carl Qal- IXtcnsivcly-thc number of tricks It will take if opponents p!av the hand. Offensively— [he probable, number of tricks it will take when played ot your own or partner's best six tricks if played at liearls. but defensively—let us say against a club declaration by opponents—It is doubtful if it will even take trick. The ace of hearts will naturally kill olf the king of hearts and in all probability your queen of ht\irls will be trumped. While if you held the following: Spa lies—A-K-5-Z Hearts—A-K-2 Diamonds—A-8-3 Clubs—J-7-1 i Olfcnslvcly yon can count the ace and king of spades for two i tricks, the fourth spade if played ' spades as one probable trick, and the ace and king of hearts and tl-.c ace of diamonds, giving you six probable tricks If played at spades. Defensively you hold live quick tricks. While the first hand contains six probable tricks if played at hcartr. It has no defensive value and therefore does not have the requirements for an original bid. The second hand has the same number ot probable Iricks. but it ; also contains five defensive tricks —enough high ci.rd tricks to | make a forcing two bid, but. no', quito enough probable tricks— but is an unusually strong oi>cn- ing bid. (Copyright, 1931, NEA Service, Inci Mississippian Enlists Here {or Army Service MISSISSIPPIAN enlists—H .. Frank Diliworth. of Blue Mountain, Miss., |ias diluted in the United Stales army through the local recruiting station. He has been sent to Fort Uobinson. Neb., for training in artillery duties. First— in the dough. Then In the oven. Vou can be sine of perfect bakings in using— ITfBAKING IW Courier News Want Ads Pay. POWDER SAME PRICE FOR OVER 4O YEARS 25 ounce* for 25c MIUIOHSOF POUNDS USED ' 'BY OUR COVCRNMIHT. Jv lian ot Roscland. took place here yesterday with Justice Ownr Alexander performing the ceremony." • Has r»rly Mrs. Gordon Harris was hostess to 20 girl friends last evening for a "pajama" party. Dnncing and cards were enjoyed until late wijtn delicious refreshments were served. Read Courier News want ads. Get Happy! DRS. MRS & MES OSTKOP.YTH1C PHYSICIANS Hemorrhoids (PILES), VAicoscd Veins also Skin Cancers nnd Malignant Moles removed without surgery. Weak and Fallen Arches Corrected, Clinic 514 Jttln Phone 03 Formerly Clarence Sounders Store BARGAINS FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY Healthful Ib. 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One-Half or Whole • • n Pound Ji I 2 SPARE RIBS Home Killed 4 ** _ Pound JL *• C PIG BRAINS NECK BONES PORK ROAST K. C. liecf. Shoulders LI), lilr: Thick Kih U>. Uriski-l, Pound Full Dressed. Lh. .IS Hens, Pound VEAL ROAST S K. C. iicef Thick Hib Pound PIG LIVER I'aiK'.v. I'resh Pound Sliced !il;idih;nvk_ Pound 5EnS7SlL'^H3EBE33 All Pork 1 Found J iiu'si Side KB | IA 12'/jc S& Pure or Compound

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