The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 29, 1931 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 29, 1931
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PACB TWO BLTTHEVILLB. (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS .20,_ J D31 CwunHir* Chairmen Announced Mrs. 1 ' Bernard Gooch, chairman •p{. the* poppy sale this year lor tlie American Legion auxiliary, hits nn- Uouiicjd that Mrs. rrcd Alexander will be in chrage of the sale tomorrow at Lcachville, Mvs. J. W. : Sellers at fifanllii, Mrs. HennaJi Kressc'at Luxora and Mrs. Donald Fletcher at Wilson, Osceola and other [communities in the lower part of the county. . Tiie;auxillary has 1500 popples to be sold with a goal of not less • ; than $00. Club lias Moniiuc )'arl>- The i' Thursday Luncheon club met in' the morning this week with luncheon following the bridge games, instead of preceding them, as has 1 been the custom. . - Mrs., C. W. Afflick wr.s hostess When iBlie also entertained Mrs. James' H. Bell and Mrs. Harry Kirby..' Mrs. Otto Koclitilzky won the prize, '_n Jewelry box, lor the high score, ;• Garden flowers adorned the 'luncheon table for the two course menu.-; * • * ~~ • Club Entertained Mrsv.W. C. Iligginson entertained, the Young Matrons Bridge club this weak. ' In (he contract bridge yunies Mrs, J. Ncal Gesell we-n the prize, handkerchiefs. The; Hostess served an ice course .with Iced cream, • '* • • rresbykrlans Will ' Have Outing; Wednesday ' Members of the congregation ol the tlrst Presbyterian clmrch and \ Sunday school are to have an outing Wednesday at Wilson's grove. Arrangements are being made for an unusually good time with interesting •amusements itironeh- .. out the day. There is to be a radio, all kinds of games and con- Babcock's subject, and Mrs, Crockett, -gnvc (l-.o liislory of Hie locul group. • • • His Club I'.uly. Mrs. O. 1'. Moss was hostess lo the Mid-Week lirldge club and one guesl, Mrs. Elton W. Kirby, for the usual weekly luncheon and contract bridge game Thursday afternoon. Roses and coreopsis formed the centerpiece for the luncheon table for the serving of two courses. A pair of vases wenl to Mrs. J. Louis Cherry for the club award and Mrs. Kirby was presented u set of lace doilies. '' • » • Scout* Have I'icnic. Members of the Hoy Scout troop 37 of the Sudbury school enjoyed n picnic sup|>cr on the banks of the Mississippi river at Uarfleld lost evening. The 15 Iwys were accompanied by Charles A, Stubbs, .scoutmaster, and his mother, Mrs. Charles 1.. Slubbs. Before siipistr they went for a swim and Inter games were played. Miss 'Virginia Keck Wins College Dormitory Prize ST. CHARLES, Mo.— Miss Virginia Keck, of 810 Weal Main street, Dlythcvllle, Is receiving one of the awards for "best-kepi rooms" al Llndcnwood college, St. Charles, Mo. The e°ld piece which Is the prize Is awarded bccausj of continued and order throughout, the college year. Unexpected Inspection a made every now and then by u vlgllvit cosii- inilteo, and a bUidcnl feels sure she merits this honor, when It comes. MLss Keek's prize Is for the best double ruqiii in Irwln Hall, the newest dormitory. Her roommate, who shares the honor, was Miss Aim Beverly Miller of Fairmont, W. Va. Miss Keck will receive the cer- tlcale of Associate In Arts nl comment, Tuesday morning, June 2. Bits of News Mostly Personal Girls Win Phi Beta Kappa Father Gets Condolences MADISOW, Wis. (UP)—When Betsy and Merle Owen, daughters of Prof and Mrs. liny Owen were elected recently lo J'lil Beta Kappa, national honorary scholastic soi'le- ly, the professor received two white lilies and a note or condolence from his other daughter. Sally. The reason, as the note disclosed, was the fact that (he professor of engineering at (he University of Wisconsin and his eldest daughter me the only members of the family who did not achieve this honor. Betsy ami Merle arc Jimlors in the university. The same honor which fell lo them recently was bestowed upon (heir mother and her , , , Islslcr, now Mrs. J. D. ll. Steven, tests and a bountiful lunch with E au clllll . Cj llclll . )y 30 ycnrs n(;0| lhc Osceola Society—Personal friend chicken as dish. the principal R. P. Klrslmer is chairman ol the affair nnd several committees are functioning with him. The.members are tii meet nt the church at 9 o'clock where there be transportation lor all who do not'have cars. Each family represented is to prepare a basket. Winners Announced W. J. Wlllingham won first honors In the poster contest ol Junior high school sponsored by tlie Am- erlcan'jLcgion auxiliary, for tlie annual 'Poppy Day'."silo ".'Saturday. BUI McKcuzic nud' Lucille Kcirs- theimey.lied for second honors and Jhird honors went to Max Watson. Others who entered creditable posters were: Henry Lunsford, Earl Williams and Loran Hogan. Tliese posters will IK displayed in down town windows to be arranged by itfrs. Welch Foster, display chairman. Enlerfaius for Guests Miss Elmyra Cnldwell was liosl- ess to 16 guests for a pajamci par- ly Wednesday evening. There was a picnic supper on Ihe banks ol the Mississippi river followed with games. The girls remained for a slumber party with a midnight supper and this morning a delicious breakfast was served. The guests of honor were Misses Maude .Ann and Ethelyne Chillon, of Des Arc, Mo., and Miss Nonna Holt of Braggadocio, Mo. * * • T. E. 0. Meets. • The local p. E. O. chapter met with Mrs. Ross Stevens Wednesday afternoon when Mrs. George It Crockett was leader of the program. Mrs. A. Comvay spoke on "What first occasion (hat sisters Jiad achieved that honor at the same time. Sally Owen, who was graduated from the university last year, enjoys the reputation ot being the only co-ed who ever Jumped from Mrs. E. M. Jalfe ol Osccola was elected president of the Jewish Ladies Aid .society at u meeting held at the home of Mrs. L. K. Ilar- v,'nrk In Osceola Wednesday evening. Mrs. Max Myers of Blythe- vllle was elected vice president and Mrs. L. K. llarwarg of Osceola and Mrs, Joe Isaacs ol Blythcville were rcelectcd secretary and' treasurer, rcspec lively. Thirty members from the four towns of Blythcville, Osceola, Luxora nnd Manila, attended the meeting, which Is the lust meeting ol the fiscal year. The following ol- flcers of the organization were joint hostesses with Mrs. Harwurg: Mrs. Rowland Wolfort of Blytheville, who hus been president during the past year, Mrs, E. M. Jatie oi Osccola, who was vice president until her election to the presidency last eve- and Mrs. Joe Isaacs Blythe- the difficult, and dangerous slide on the campus. ski May v Open Jail for Memorial Parade Leader OLABSDOHO,, N. J. (UP)—If Federal 'judge Oliver 11. Dickinson Jieeds a .patriotic and scntimcntiil pica, (he Memorial Day parade heie will be led by Charley K. Wills, now In the Mercer county jail at Trenton, who Is the commander of the American Legion post. Liisl March Wills, a railway mail clerk, was convicted of stealing $5.25 from a letter at Broad street station. Ever since the war he has led the annual parade and 500 of his ownsfolks have petitioned (he jur- st lo release him so thai In. 1 may carry out his animal custom, Mule Wreaks Havoc On Farmer's Machine Four Jewish charitable organizations will share equally next year in the charitable donations ol the Ladles Aid and contributions will be augmented by the "earned" dollar, renewing a former custom which called for the contribution of a dollar from every member in addition to regular dues. Tlie organization, 1 ; chosen are the National Jewish Home for Tubercular Children at Denver, Colo., the B'nai B'rlth Home for the Aged ut Memphis, tin; New Orleans Orphans Home and the Leo N. Levy Hospital at Hot Springs, Ark. Mrs. Rose Goldberg of Osccola was appointed chairman of publicity and .will report activities ot the Ladles Aid not only to local newspapers, but to Jewish publications including particularly 'The Hebrew' Watchman" published at Memphis. The chairmen of other standing committees will not Is; announced by the president until Mr. and Mrs. A. Conway went to Little Rock today lor the weekend. Mrs. C. V. Sebauali and daughter are leaving today for points of Kansas where they will visit for several weeks. Mr. HcbauBh Ls driving them to St. Louis. MJ-S. G. E. Keck and daughter, MLss Margaret, accompanied by Miss Juanila Smith, motored to St. :liai'lcs, Mo., today where they will X the guests of Miss Virginia Keck at Llmicnwood college for several days. They will attend the May fete toinpnow. Upon their return Tuesday they will be accompanied by Miss Keck who. Is returning home for the summer vacation, Mrs. Clarence Vollmcr left today for several days visit In IJaton Rouge, La. Mrs. T. M. itaney and son, Leon, of Kansas City, Mo,, will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Crockett for the week-end. Mr;. Crockett Is u sister of Mrs. Rancy. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cunningham have returned to their home in Dardanclle, Aik., after a visit with Mr. Cunningham's brother, C. A. Cunningham, and mother. Mrs. Hattie Crockett, of Columbia, Mo., will arrive tomorrow lo be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George . Crockett for several days. Mr. and Mrs. M,. K. West jr., and family, formerly of here and who have been living at Knoxvillc, Tenn., for Llic past several years, are moving to Nashville, Tenn. George H. Crockett will return tomorrow from points of Illinois where he attended to business this week. Charles A. Slubbs and his mother, Mrs. diaries L. Slubbs, will leave tomorrow for Blodgctt, Mo., where they will spend the summer. Willie there Mr. Stubbs wiU be in charge of the scout troop of that town. Herman I'cck will go to Sparks Hill, in., tomorrow. He will be accompanied home Sunday by Mrs. Peck who has been visiting her parents for two weeks. Mrs. C. G. Ross, of Senalh, Mo., is the guest ol Dr. and Mrs. Paul Formerly Clarence Saunders Store. BARGAINS FOR SATURDAY and BELL1NGHAM, Wash. — (UP)— Came Wilbur Bycrs, farmer, to the sheriff's office with a tale of woe, His automobile collided with a mule. In retaliation, the animal demolished the fenders and windshield with kicks, deslrojlng the (ciinxj- rary "sticker" license on the windshield. Bycrs coukl not gather enough pieces of the sticker to find his license number. Hospital Notes , . - . - Patients dismissed from the Ely- Is This P. E. O.?" lit which the or- Ihcvillc hospital today: La'.lia Mar- uamzalion aims were given. "Acros- tin, Manila, and 1'. L. Gooch, Sc- tlcsof Chapter D" was Mrs. C. n. I nalli, Mo. the first meeting of a new year next fall. A reading by little Miss Frances Jaffc, small daughter of Mr. and Mis. E. M. JalTe of Osccola. and Impromptu numbers by the members contributed lo a delightful social hour which followed Ihe business session and a delicious salad course was served nl the close of the evening. » « * Circles "A" and "B" of the Methodist Woman's Missionary society entertained with a social In the church parlors Wednesday evening esiiccially complimenting Mesdamcs Claude Thomason, M. L. Crawford and Carrie Rhodes, who are leaving in the next few weeks to make their homes in other places, Mrs. Thoaiason going with her family lo Texas, Mrs. Crawford Joining her daughter and sister in Shrcvcport, La., and Mrs. Rhodes moving wllh her family to Payelleville, Ark. About fifty guests were present at the party which followed the regular Wednesday evening prayer service. Plays and games directed by Mrs. W. B. Flannigan, Mrs. Eli L. Tipton today. Max ixjgan has returned from Fny'etteville, Ark., where he spent hU vacation at thj University of Arkansas! where^..h'c was'a lorrner- student. Mr. and Airs. Fred Warren and daughter, Marjorie, wll leave Sunday for n week's vacation to be spent in Memphis, Gales, Dyersburg and Halls, Tenn. Bert Lynch Jr., returned yesterday from the University of Missouri at Columbia, where he nt- leixlcct school Ihis year. Mrs. Donald Hitchcr, of Joiner, has been the guest ot her mother, Mrs. I. O. Wcstbrook, and family, | this week. Misses Elizabeth Haley and Martha Chambers will arrive home tonight from nine Mountain college at Ulue Mountain, Miw., to spend the summer. Miss Fiances Winborn, of «Y W.M. E. McKENNEY Scicnce Editor, NBA Service In our two previous articles we discussed the various types of original bids. Following are romc example hands showing how lo apply these bids: Spades—A J x x x llearis—x x lllamonds—A K x x Hubs— x x This hand contains a biddable four-card suit and a biddable fivc- 'card suit—also three defensive tricks, therefore the original bid is on?, and as there are two suits, the four-card suit should Iw bid first. The opening bid would be one diamond, and on the second round of bidding the spades should be shown. Partner could then connt the hand for four diamonds and five spades. Spades—K 10 x Hearts—Q J x , Diamonds—A Q x X ClabSr—Q 10 x The above hand, under the pitch scale, will count 15. There is also a four-card biddable suit. While the writer prefers to open tho /hand with one diamond—the bid- dable suit—there Is no objection to '" opening this .type of hand with an original- one no trump bid, but 1 the -approach method is safer. Spades— A J x KearU—K Q.x ; • 'lltabcafc-ATt *-»-., Clubs—Q j to The above hand conlains a biddable four-card suit, but it also conlains four and one-half quick ricks with all four suits slopped, il is not strong enough to make n fcrcing two-diamond bid and is loo strong to bid one diamond on, therefore the best bid in the hand is two no trump, which deos not deny holding a biddable four-card sull. but shows partner a strong hand with all four suils slopped. Siurtcs— (I 3 10 0 x x Hearts—A K Diamonds—A Q x Clubs—A Q Brownsville, Tenn., has arrived to spend the summer with Mrs. John F. Sanders. Miss Winborn attended school here several years ago. Mrs. S. S. Slcrnbcrg and Bert Lynch jr., motored to Mcmphb yesterday for a visit with Harold iiternbcrg who is a student ai Southwestern University. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck and daughter. 1 ;, Mrs. Francis Cariientcr Misses Polly and Churchill liuck. will spend tomorrow- in Memphis where they will attend the graduation exprcts?s ot St. Mary's schcol.1 Miss Jane Buck is a member ol this class. Mrs. Jolmson Chapman ,of Mem- Phis, is attrndiny lo businet-s here for several days. Mrs. C. T.lttlc and Brand Myers and Mrs. W. L. Scgnrs. and piano music rendered by Mrs. K. s. Driver provided entertainment for Hie evening which \vrts followed by the serving of n delicious ice Tlie honorecs were each presented n parting gift. + * • Mr. and Mrs. Max Rnbensteln will be nt home to their friends here on Sunday Afternoon, May 31, from 3 to 6 o'clock. cnUTtnlning in- formfllly in honor of their daughter Hose and son Guy, who nre members ol the Osccola High trims] graduating clns-s. The guest list includes friends from Blythcvllle, Ca- riitliersville nnd Memphis in adcil- ceola. Lone Oak Child Dies While the above hand is very ll0 " lo a Iar 8 c "umber from Os- ,w\vcrful. I*, contains more limn llirce losing cards, liut with one incard in partner's linnd Uie probability of going gallic is almost certain, therefore with, this type of hand the original bid should be Ihcre spades, asking partner lo BO lo four with one incard. Sp.idcs—A K Q x x x x Hearts— x Funeral services were hrld this .afternoon for Alincla, id- montlis-old dnuglilcr of Mrs. Nellie Toland. who succinnbcd ycMrrday Clubs—A x x While this hand if played at spades will lake eight tricks, defensively nil It can be counted on lor Is the ace of clubs and maybe one spade trick, therefore the opening bid, with this type of hand, should be a pre-emptive bid of four, .spades. daughter, Jacquc, have gone to Greenwood, Miss., for weeks visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. Jolin Matthews and family. Mr. Lillle will go down Monday for a j^lay. liutler Tolen, of the slate rrv- enuir department wit headquarter* at Litilo Hock, attended to business here yesterday, lie was .i!j lieutenant in Company M durhr-.: the World War. Miss Evelyn Harwell has returned from Memphis where she *JKU! a month with her sister, Mi>. Hill-[I man Hubbins, and Mr. Hebbisiv While there she attended the im- als of the University oi 'lVnm.--.i- Coll?gc of Medicine nnd SM:I. western University. Mrs. W. P. Vcn/ey jr.. :ii-.d .•--.. ]| are viiitinx relatives in CoUlw.iic. Misi. J. A. Leech is altcndhi.; u ; liiislness In Memphis today. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. V. Camp!!., i!. .; Dallas, Toxas, are ^uesLs i-; MI-.; W. T. Barnclt for scvcrul da; Mi. Campbell is Mr. BarncU'.s in••:-.••*. W. T. Barnclt has |W:u ;.i Ii,- dianaiwlls. 1ml., for the uu.x ,n -•• will return lioinc via where he will transact lor several days. afternoon at the family home in the Lone Oak community. The Rev. E. K. Latlmcr officiated at (he services. Interment was nude at Ehnwood cemetery. Funeral p'.asis were in charge of the Cobb Undertaking company, Tlie deccajicd Is survived by her mother, two brothers, Wiltort! and A. W., and two sisters, Jusuita and Dorothy, , Courier News Want Ads I'.iv. WalpolcElecli'K'. Shop Fans Cleaned and Rn\-uv Phone 311 Hams Pride, tenor Slices, l,b. 2ilc Otiu hall" »r Whole Pound Shoulders Fresh I'ork Whole I'o und Solid Meal Pound SLICED BACON & =. 'Si 22ic BACON Ciidahy's. In 1'icci 1 Pound Pure Lard Ib. lOc Home Killed Pound HAM LOAF Dtiviletl. 11 is 1'ine Pound BOILED HAM Roast K.C. HuefShmilclers 1,1). J«J/,c; Thick Kib ;,!). 1 a'/>«.•; Jirisket Pound Large (Jrisu GRAPEFRUIT '^..rt^ Sc 1;IIU '- V liox AB 1 ' " • QUARTS Strawberries 1210 Full ). lie Live, Pound CAT FISH Hivor Chiinni'i I'ouml U is l-'iiK-. 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