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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 3, 1931
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FAQE TWO NEWS Society Calendar Thursday Mrs. Cecil Shane Ls hoslcss to the MW-Weck Bridge club. Mrs. Doyle Henderson 1: having the Young Matrons Bridge club, 'J'lie Thursday Luncheon club Is meeting with -Mrs. li. F. Kirshner. Tlie fre-School study class ol the Armorel scliool will meet will) Mis. J. T. Ashley Jr., ut 3 o'clock. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and Miss Marie Moon are giving a recital nl the high school auditorium. The Gleaners Sunday school class of the Church of tliq NaKircno. will meet \vllh Mrs. E. M. Morgan on Chickasawba avenue. Mrs. Charles F. Wood will be hostess to the Thursday Rook club of which she is president. Friday Miss Virginia Terry will be presented by her Instructor, Miss Margaret Merrill, hi a recital at the .Woman's club. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet ot 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Edgar Borum wlUi Mrs. C. Louis Wilson and llrs. Ernest Roc also as hostesses. The Liidies Uiblo class of the First Methodist church will have u class meeting nl 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. J. G. Sudbtiry and Mrs. Ed Hardln as hostesses Sudbury home. nt the and refreshments <)f salad, sandwiches, mints and iced lea. Nasturtiums and roses were used, Mrs- Robert Grimes won a vitsc 'or honors nmonf the ladles iirll Ihe high score for the men, a tie. went to Sam Manntt. • • • Teachers I^.ivc lot Summer Vacations Moat of the 60 members of (he cily schools facullies will spend the summer vacation tu, only a few will attend school, fach tlilrd yenr the tcnchcre aio required lo :onllnuc studying in the summer out most of these were In school lust vacation. Crawford Greene, superintendent, will leach chiss loom ndmln- ullon and school accounting at Iho University of Arkansas, Fay- cllcville, Miss Sclma Lcnlz will leach In the normal Uetbc, Ark., and Miss school Lima Have Va ration Bible Schools a I Baptist nnd I.uthrran Churches. Approxlmalely 250 boys and girls between the ages ol five and 11 years have, enrolled In. Ihe Iwo Dally Vacation Bible 'schools sponsored by Iho First IJapllsl and Pilgrim Uillwran churches which .opened Monday. There ure '23 instructors and helpers lit the Baptist school which hurl 160 present Unlay. Classes begin til 8:30 o'clock Is over at 11:JO. A and school dully paper is being published by ihe facully be dislribulcd cni'li which morning.. Members. of the faculty and helpers arc: The Rev. Alfred S. Harwell, principal; Miss Minnie Foster, .assistant principal; Misses Delia Piirtle, Willie Marsrkll, Georgia and Annfe Lee, Kalhcrlne Kirkindall, Bernicc Harwell, Virginia Tompkiiis, Artie Eaton, Grace Fender. Gerald! ne Reynolds, Bntly Tomuklns, Mrs. Alfred 'S. Harwell,. ins. Jake Huffman, Ross Marshal], Mrs. ' E. >. Blomcycr, Mrs. J..W. Shousc, Alvln'Huffinan, Jlnunlc Tiplonl J- W. Pnrtlc, Loran Hojan nnd Mrs. John Buchanan. In Ihe Lutheran school, whiclj js extending mi Invitation to boys and girls . of other dcnoinirplions who do; not have a Vacation' school, begins at 0:30 and closes nt 11:45 A. M... each day except Saturday and Sunday. The 40 present yes- lerdny were taught by the Rev. and Mrs. H. J. Klcindicnst and Mrs. Fred Relchcl. / Handwork, observallon. recreation and Bible study nre the four phases being emphasized hi schools. in Rtrilal Wilhclin will, as she has been for Ihe past several years, leach In Jonesboro college, Joncsboro. Miss Rosa M .Hardy, principal, Is Iu charge of the summer school here. Henry llutlbon will work for Hen- drlx college, Couway, In /enlisting sludents to utlend this school and Miss Mary Outlaw will be In charge of Ihe ClUcago Mill rccre allon grounds. Oilier members of the high school facully and their summer addresses nre: Miss Nollie Kerr, Clarendon, Ark.; Miss Ada H Donoho, city; Miss Laura flassctt, Conway; Miss Frances Purltcr Faycttevillc; Miss Frances Mlllei, Columbia, Mo.; C. T. Kramer city; N. F. Moore, city; George M Hunt, qultinan, Ark.; Miss Willie Marshall, city; Glenn Durham Hamburg, Ark.; William D. Mc- Clcrkin, Trescolt, Ark., and the University of Arkansas where ho will attend school. In the Junior high school Miss ^fary Emma Hood will be nt her home at Gainesville, Ark,, Miss Mcfitn Hughes ut her homo at Brighton, Tenn., Sum H. Brunch nt Branch, Ark., Miss Vclda M. Adcock nt Dover, Ark., E. Sloan Stcuarl at lilghlnnd, Ark., Mrs. Lloyd Stlckinon, Mrs. R. I. Haley, principal, anil Miss Alice Marshall, It McDowell, nccomiianled by Miss jcono Calllcott; vocal solos, "Hear Mo You" and "Xhar's Gwlne to'Be r Landslide," Hoss Stevens, accompanied by Miss ixonc Calllcolt; pi- ino number, "Consolation," Miss Sllzalwlh llnlcy; dance, Wanda Fisher, accompanied by Mrs, Wood; llano solo, Mrs. William Barksdale, of Fort Smith; vocal solo, "Out ol he Dusk lo You," Mrs. 1'aul L. Tiutou, accompanied by Miss Mar- Karcl Merrill wilh Eyerctt McDow:11 playing the violin obligate; vlo- In numtxT, "Venetian Gondolier," Woodrow Fisher, accompanied by \11sn Kallnyn Grenr; reading, Miss Miirle Moon; vocal numbers, "The ftuary" anil "The Sunshine of Your Smile," William Trotter, accoin- lianled by Mks Leone Culllcott with violin obllgalo uy Wooilro*' Fisher; piano solo, "The Sea," Miss Lorna Wilson; piano number, "Stguldlllu," MLss Kalhryn Orcar; piano selection, "Vcncllnn Love Song/' Mks Louise Dobyns. • » * Hocttly Meets. Tliu Woman's Missionary society of Ihe Second Baptist church niel yesterday afternoon at the homo of the president, Mrs. J. W. Richards, with 16 members and two visitors present. Mrs. W. M. Blaylock, who has been absent for three months because of Illness, conducted the devotional on the tlicme "Love" with the scripture taken from John 11. Mrs. L ,T. Ashcr and Mrs. Mnrvlu Lnnc led In prayer nnd Mrs. Leslie Moore inught Ihe mission study. The hostess, assisted by Miss Susie Richards nnd Miss Emma Boughner, sewed a lemon Ice wilh cake. here. Members of the Siidbury ele- Ihe The piano pupils of Miss Leone Cnlticoll, who Is completing her first year's work here, were prc- tenlcd in a recilnl last evening nt the First Presbytcrla church. They 'were assisted by several violin numbers by pupils of Everett McDowell and nnolher feature of the program was' two selections by the rhythm orchestra. Those taking part in the piano numbers were: Patty Shane, Mar- Jorie Stevens, Betty Lou Kramer, Naomi Alexander, Sara Paulino Evrard, Louise Leggctl, Harold Nathan Rosenthal, Estrn Livingston, Mary Jcnn Afflick, Billy Leg- Belt, Ruth Elizabeth Smith, Paulino Fowler, Jeanne 'Harrison. * * * Return lo School .R. N. Hill jr., and Billy Cooley, who attend college nt Hcndrix college, Conway, returned to school yesterday after spending several days at home. . Billy Coolcy will complete his college wor at the close of the semester, July IB. R. N. Hill, who finished special work nt the close of his first year in college, will also go lo summer school so that he may, like the other Blylhcv'llle student, complete his college work in Ihrec years instead ol the usual four. . - CttebMlcs Birthday Jo Ann Hawkes, daughter of Mr. und' Mrs. Earl Hnwkes, had her first birthday yesterday afternoon when she had 20 of her friends as her guests. The children played games nnd were served Ico cream and cake. mentary school faculty: Mrs. J. R. Webster, city; Miss Luc lie Armstrong, cily; Miss Alma I'cters, Teachers college at Memphis where she Svlll attend school; Mrs. Cecil White, Clarksdule, -Ark.; Roscoe L. Morris, Fist Hlver, Mo.; Mrs. E. F. Fry, cily; Mrs. 0. C. Ulmer, Springfield, III.; Miss Mary Hubler, city; Mrs. J. V. Rogers, Greenwood, Mlss.r Miss Nettle Gray, El Paso, Texas; Mrs. Mnry Spann, El Paso, Texas; Charles A. Stubbs, principal, Blodgett, Mo. All of Ihe leachcrs in the Centra 1 Ward elementary . school except Miss Mary Outlaw live here and she will also spend tho summer In Ihis city. Other members of tho (Acuity nre: • Mis. R. L. Bannister, Mrs. Joe Crnlg, Miss Sunshine Swift nnd Mrs, Elma Armstrong, principal. Iu the Langc elementary school Miss Mnry McHnncy has gone to her home In Kcnnell, Mo., Miss Eileen Foster to Paris, Ark., Miss Elizabeth Halstc'ad, Miss Anne Clc- mcnls, aiid Iho principal, Mrs. Ed Hardin, remain here. lias RtclUl. , The piano pupils of Miss Margaret Merrill and violin pupils ol Mrs. Bits of News Mostly Personal = Paul Rorlc, son of the Rev. and Mrs. p. Q. Rorlc. left today lo Arkadelphla where he. will spend the summer with his grandmothe Mrs. T. P. Trigs. Wilson Henry, who lias been quite ill, Is now bolter. The Rev. l>. Q. lioric Is in Ho Springs and Conway for two day* While at Hot Springs he is 111 guesl of his falhcr and in Conwa ho will atleud u Preachers 1 ' insti tute. Mrs. J. W. Hammock is visltini in Ozark, Ark. Mrs. George M. Lee, who ha been 111 several weeks, Is now lm proving. Mesdames O. G. Hires, . E. Alexander, Paul L. Tiplon and E. W. Simmons, accompanied by Tom W. Jackson, arc In Memphis today visiting Mrs. Jackson who is ill at the Baptist hospital Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Logan, of Carulhersvllle, were guests of Dr. nnd Mrs. Paul L. Tiplon yesterday. Miss Luclle Santy, formerly of here who has bee living at Rase- clairc, Mo., spent last night here as the jucst of'Miss Grace McFarland, enroulc lo Palo Alto, cal., where she is to make, her home with her uncle. She will join lier brother, Frahtc 'Santy, who went there recently to be employed by his uncle in the hotel business. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sander returned loday lo their home Russcllvlllc,' Ark., after a visit with Bathing Suits Make a Splash In Style Mrs. Greene and baby will spend the summer with relatives • while Mr. Greene is at the University of Arkansas, Miss Leone Calllcott Is returning to her home In Rives, Tcnn,, tomorrow for the slimmer vacation, Mrs. Ben Sicilian and daughter, Ruth, of Holly Springs, Miss., are guests of Mr. and Mrs, W. Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ozler, and Miss Helen Slynian. Mr. and Mrs. U. J. Doilson and on, Joe Bob, arc in Utlle Rock ils week. Miss Mildred Hall has gone to t. Louis to si>end the remainder f the summer. She returned with cr sister, Mrs. Emll Schroedcr who wjlh Mr. SfJhrocdcr, was erq for the week-end. Dr. C. E. Wilson has returned rom a two days stay In; Memphis, Joe A. Parker was a visitor in ew Madrid, Mo., during last week- nd. Woodrow Hall, son of Mrs. Henerson C. Hall, has gone lo ijl. Lonls to attend school while mak- "ng his home for the summer with ils slslor, Mrs Emll Schrocder. Mr. and Mrs. C, L. Orrell arc pending a few days in Paragould. Mrs. A. L. Reagan, who has xeii visiting at points of Kentucky, las returned home. Mrs. Alvln Hardy has returned rom a two weeks slay In Mcm- ihls. Mrs. Sadie Morehead, of Mein- rtils, has been visiting friends'and clatlvcs hero for the past week. Mrs. Margaret Decn spent the first of the week In Jonesboro. Gene Reagan, who has been) in •lew Madrid, Mo., for v several nion- hs, has returned home. Mr. nnrt Mrs. E. F. Sharp, ol 'few Madrid, Mo., spenl Monday icrc. Tho Rev. and Mrs. J. H. • Mc- Phcrson, ol Santa Anna, Calif., nre visllh<g here while conducing an evangelistic mectiiig'at the Assembly of Good church on North Lilly street Eddie McGreuor has recovered from a serious illness from ton- sililis. Mr. and Mrs. James Hlckman Bell have as Ihcir guest Miss Mary Allen, of Chicago. Mrs. Bell and Miss Allen attended Northwestern University at Chicago, at the same time. Mr. and MM. M. A. Isaacs nnd Mrs. Walker H. Baker are spending today in Memphis. • Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, Jr., and her mother, Mrs. J. H. Harrcll, arc spending today in Memphis. entertains at Bridge for Indianapolis Guest MANILA, Ark.—Miss Frances r endler entertained with three lades of bridge yesterday afternoon, laving as guest nf honor Mrs. Jack Ncsvuaucr of Indianapolis, inn. Mrs. Newbaucr was presented a beautiful hand-made (milt. High score prize went to Mrs. William Barowsky and Mrs. Max Barowsky received the consolation prize. A salad course and lee cucam was lovln Casey of Memphis, were prc- Mr - «'«! M «- pcorge Cross. Thej WillUmson-S andtr. . Announcements have been received here of the marriage of Hiss Mildred Sander, daughter of Sir. and Mrs. A. L. Sander to Mr. R. C. Williamson; of Russellvillc The wedding took place in' that city May 30 where they will make their home. sentcd in a recital at the high school auditorium Monday evening. For the program the auditorium stage decorated with a trellis of honeysuckle snd rambling rows lor the background nnd the same iloiv- crs were hanging from the footlights. Oilier early summer flowers also ndornsd the sUigc. These took part: Ctcltc Wolfort, Jane Me Adams, Sara Lou McCutchen, Wnnda Fisher, Alice Sallb-.i, Alta Faye Simmons, Elaine Potter, Jerry Cohen, MargarcV Shaver. Huby Nell Ogle, Marion Tompklns, Virginia Little, Evelyn Smart, Sam Joe Little. Virginia Martin, Mildred Bunch, LaVelto Deaetle. lielty Uc McCutchen, Charles Joseph, Louise Dobyns, Mary Elizabeth Borum, 1'olly Ann Buck, Frances Little, Lorna Wilson, Mtmrlnc Branson and Virginia Tompklns. Sliver Tn Is Gltfn By Music Department. I The Music department of the Woman's club gave the final aflnir of the year, before dispensing with activities for the summer season. Tuesday afternoon at the club house when the members entertained with a sliver tea. The proceeds will be used lor repairing the piano. Mrs. C. E. Criggcr received the quests olid Mrs. Bernard Gocch pre- BV JOAN SAVOV Next to nl, try to get one that Pick your bathing suit this sum- has a ixjsslblc simian can gel them with no 1/acK. at all. Very new is the black and white fashion. You may just save a stiap or two. and these arc one piece with the. surprisingly comfortable. You can new, short bloomer lei-'s instead o smartly-cut suits othcis with rt tipper best colors nre not. nearly so high which lots you open your suit for priced (his year as they tannlijg, close it for swimming. stay in place and Usually, to be really frank, bath- fortable for swimming. This cute ing suits are picked for their looks white suits, buo many colored ones ami Uieir looks alone. new tone is rose. Not makes you feel as though you have line ot the same, with the lop ol :\ lot of excess baygiuje when you rose that- goes beautifully with your siriped black and while jcreoy. Tliu arc In the water. Most Be Practica sun-tamicd skin. In I'rinecss Lines zipper back, openin low waistline, If you The real test of a suit is its lit. One of these is a Fit for looking at out of the wa- piece with trunks fitted of the black 1 and ter. Fit to swim in, once you have white stripes has a crew neck and dived off the spring board. ing skirt. There is a low rounded flaring .long sleeves. Osceola Society—Personal The literary dep.irtiiient of Oscrola Women's Progressive i met Tuesday at the home of Mrs 1 C. B. 1'errin tor a study of last chapters of the text, "Tin E- tllsh Speaking Nations." Mrs. R. I]. I Jones disciissed the chapter on IV Unileci States, Mrs. J. W. Edrlnj- ton discussed "Tec English Ca:n- I inoiiwealth anil Empire," Mrs. o. B. Sejraves English commerce ami son power, and Mrs. Perrin gav: a discussion of the last chapter ol the text, "The- Imperial Consti- encc," which was a resume of iho entire study. Miclous refreshment were served following ihe lessen. A study ol Africa will be completed in one lesson ai- tha list meeting of the department for »•> year which will be held at H:M o'clock next Tuesday aficnior.i a: Mrs. White's country homo north of OsMola, followed by a picnic supper. * * • The Methodist Women's Misnon- niy society will hold only OIJB moU- . ing each month in July ami Au-.'iiit. tliat meeting being set for the lirsi Monday o! each moinh itccoi-din? to a decision at the regular busiii and Bible study meeting held the church parlors Monday afternoon, when .Mrs. Eli Myers was (he leader of the lesson. Taking part, in the lesson v,;:e Mesdames W. I,. Scgars, L-'rank llowsc, C. L. Drake, who commented on designated scripture rraUhijs, and tills v.-as followed by :i voainl tsble discussion in which rU the members took part. The next regular meeting will be held at tile church 0:1 Hie third Monday in June. to :ributed strength with at least t\vo :o two and one-halt quick, tricks, you should jump partner's suit bid SUNDAY DINNER were accompanied home by Dorothy Cross who will visit thorn; Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Clmiublh hail as their guesls yesterday Mrs C. W. Sneer, Garner Applet on and O. T. Shamblin, all of Memphis They were accompanied home bj Jack Chamblin, who will visit] them. Miss Sue Butt returned today from Gulfport, Miss., wliorc she was the guest of Miss Margaret Robinson of Kclscr who attends Gulf Park college. While nway she also visited In New Orleans nnd Biloxi. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Atlclson have returned from St. Louis niter attending the wedding of their niece which took place at the Hold Chase Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Thomas, of Memphis, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. Pride yesterday. rMs. J. P. Pride. Mrs. S. J. Cohen, Miss Cordelia Wilhite and Miss Marguerite Prldo were visitors in Memphis Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Monaghnn jr., and daughter, Barbara Jane, were visitors In Memphis Monday. Mrs. Q. E. Keck and dai;ghlcr. Margaret, and Miss Juanlta Smilh returned last night from St. Louts and St. Charles, Mo. They were accompanied home by Miss Virginia Keck who attended school ByOsarol thc.WnlJotf Iced Cantaloupe Clam Broth I'rlcrt Chicken New String Beans Slewed Fresh Tomatoes Cucumbca and Green Onions (French Dressing) Iced Strawberries Coftce A Series Explaining the Contract Bridge Systtms ARTICl.i; NO. 225 BY WM. E. McKKNNEV Secretary American Bridge League In-our previous articles \ve explained ihat the One over One can be made with a four-card suit ai long as ue have one and one-half quick tricks. An additioiiit feature now recoaimenricd by the writer In his system of contract bidding, to those employing the One over One Is as follows: Supposing partner opens with one heart an! you hold six or seven spades and one and one-half quick tricks. Vou can bid one spade, which is '.ho One over One. with the assurince that parlner will keep the bidding open, but when you ho!il sij or more of a suit aivl Fricil Chicken Take a chicken, pluck, singe diatcly jump into game. In this imumcr, you may get a very advantageous Iwd. There arc no great disadvantages if a simple One over One bid is made arti a jump bid made oti the second round. This two bid to show a six or seven-curd suit is just an additional tactic that can be used on certain, hands to great advantage I'arliicr's Original Mrs. Godfrey White drove Lititc Riifk Wednesday and will 111 accompanied home by her small son, Boy?}, who has spent several days visiling his a mil, Mrs -Gco Adniiis, and Mr. Adams. Mrs. Walter Perkins and small son Walter jr., loft Tuesday for their home in Lebanon. !nrt after an extended visit in Osccola with Mrs. Perkins' parents, Rev. r.nd Mrs. Kli Myers. They were accompanied by the Rev. and Mrs. M; c - s who will visit relatives in Indiana for the nsxc two weeks. Mrs. E. A. Tonford has ieuire:;l from a short visit with her aunt -Mrs. Ezra H. Maker and Dr. Bakor n Louisville, Ky. .Mrs. Baker h sc- -iously ill iu a Louisville hoiplul. Miss Louise Jones left. Tuesiay^ noniing for n visit with tricWs Mit. Louis nnd Kansas Cily, M-i -Mr. and Mrs. Fred Palter.ion ac- •omnanicd by their two daughters. Misses Lillian and txmctta Patler,011, left Wednesday ir.oruiiig for a r.otor trip to Lexington, Va., wierc their son, Henry, graduales this Suit Bid Wilh Two No Trump In our previous articles on the McKenncy system of contract, bidding we explained to you that partnc: 1 must keep original bids opon hand. It. • with a hand holding as little as Iwo queens. In other words, a bid • of one no Irnnip in response to I partner's original suit bid of one is j strictly a denial hid and warns I lo Iwo nu trump. While it U not an nbsoluie demand bid, there are very lew hands where partner will ever pass. He will cither re-bid his suit, show another suit, or take you to lliree no trump. This bid K made to shew partner n siion; hand with no biddable suit ancl it still gives him an opportunity to show another suit and keep you within the three no trump zone. Ihe only time that you jump partner's original suit bid of one lo three no Irump is wilh an especially powerful har.d lhai con- lains no suit wilh which you can force. It informs partner that i lie holds a trick better than a minimum, thcic may be a slam in the nol clo^e the biddin and if partner has a second suit veek from Washington & «rsily. Uni- Six hundred iicopic arc being cmpiojtd in a factory in Slam for the production of airplanes of American design, which will use engines imported from the United States. and a paor no trump distribution, lie should show his second suit. (Copyright. 1031, NBA Service. Inc ) Walpolo Electric Shop Fans Cleaned and lie-paired 1'honc 314 sided at the refreshments table, U undcnwood college. St. Charles, assisted by Mrs. J. E. Crilz and Mrs. W. L. Horncr. Paslcl shades of swcctpcas formed the beautiful centerpiece for the silver service used for the shcrbcrt, cakes and minis. Pink lapers flank- The' 'attractive' bride, who lived led the flowers for Ihe lace covered In this city for a number of years table and otlrer garden blossoms .before going lo Russellvllle a year i were used in baskets and low bowls 'ago, received her education at the I scattered about the large room. city high school. | • » * Club Members And Hubanth Entertained. K Members of the'New Tuesday „ Bridge club and their husbands ^ wcro puesls of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar V Bailey last cvenirjf. This program, arranged by Mrs.' Neill Reed and Miss Margaret Mcr- rllt, entertained the 50 who culled: pjano solo, "Nocturne," Miss Margaret Shaver; vocal solos, "Spirit Flower" and "In tho Garden of My Heart, 1 ; Ernest Jones; piano duct, "Hungarian Rhapsody," Misses Vir- Vrlth n color-scheme of green and T»hlt« emphasized 'In the tallies. The four Cables were arrar-ged ginla'.Tompklns and Lorna Wilson; dance, Malty Wise, accompanied by Mrs. Woods; saxophone solo, Ever- for the past two years. Miw Margaret Merritt will go to her home in Clarendon. Saturday for Die summer vacation. Miss Lillian Brircoe iclt lortay for Ccnlcrvillc, Miss., where she will visit her mini, Mrs. Joseph Redhead. i* I Miss Virginia Belt? Eastwood, of Carulhersvllle, Mo., is ihe guest of her nunl, Mrs. Charles F. Wood, for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Pent, of Alexandria, La., and J. W. of Marked Tree, were KucMs ot Mr! nnd Mrs. J.S. Edwards at Die Wood apartmenU last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Greene and son will leave lomorrow for Arkadelphia where they will visit before going lo Fort "smith where and wipe It \vitH a wet towel, and cut hi joints. Put Into a frying pan one pint ol cream and place it over n moderate fire until it begins to color, then nut iu the chicken and fry until the underside is of a light brown. Take out a part of the cream, turn the chicken over, season with pcpjwr, and finish cooking it. 1'ul it on a hot dish when done, and pour Ihe cream which was lakcn out. back into the frying pan. stir it well with what remains in the pan, let it boil once, ami serve it with Ihe chicken sprinkled wilh salt. A Email chicken may be breaded, either whole or In iimr- crs, and fried brown in Mucking !at. • • • Ice* Strawberries Take off the hulls from a ijnau- tity of strawberries, and sre ihat :hey arc quite clean and free from jrlt. Weigh them, and al!o-,i lo :vcry pound' of strawberries thrrc- fourths of a ixxind of white |x>w- derert sugar. Place them hi a deep glass dish, with a layer of jugar between every layer o! fruit, and one nnd out-half quick tricks, we partner that your hand is weak, now recommend that you bid Iwo I YOU make Iho bkl for Ihe sole pur- spades inslcaC of one, immediately jw sc O f Giving him another oppor- inforiniiii; partner that foil have a ! tunity lo bit! long suit that, you do not think; wilt .,, V o:ir' hand contains dis- the hand will play at no trump,! and that you do not need normal: trump support, it is a forcing bill In the same rcsiccl that the One over One is in Hut 11 requires partner lo keep the 'bidding open at lenst once—hut in> neither case is' game promised. \ This information, proves t[iiitc valuable in many Innds especially where partner opcncl with a four- card' suit and holds lafivc-card suit which he was going tqshow on the second round. He can taw keep this suit under cover If he holds two or three of your trump land innne- KIDE AND DANCE ON THE STKAJ1ER CITY OF MEMPHIS WKDNKSDAY, JUNK JJrtl, 8:30 P. M. UAKFIKU) LANDING, AUK. for one and one-half of sugnr pour over one'Jul of any fruit-Juice that m.n t t . preferred. Put the dish inio a refrigerator and let It rcmmn for an hour nnd a half. Then remove it. sprinkle Ihe tops of ihr- Mr.i-Abor- ries wilh finely-pounded ; ( then with powdered winic and serve without dcl.iy and The Mennonilcs nrc meintrrs of a reilglmis sect founded b;. Menno Simmons, a Dutch reformer born In 1452. Fir»l—in ike doush. Thcn'i.i (He ovtn. You cm be die of ptiftcl bikins* in using- MWAKING JTW POWDER SAME PRICE rOR OVER 4Q YEARS 25 ounces for 25c MiuioNsor POUNDS \mo BY Olja GOVUNMtMT " Announcing An Opportunity TO THOSK INTrCKKSTCD IN TAKING UP COM' BUT \VIIO 1IAVK HKSITAT- •EI) OX ACCOUNT OF THE INITIAL EXPENSE During June the club h;is decided to at;rapt ni:\v iiHriiiliors without raiuiritij; payment of the regular fee. Payment of iJ3 greens 1'ee each month will lm the only charge made to those joining during this drive, winch ends July 1st. To new members not living in IJlylhcvillc the greens fee is only §-1 per month, payable in advance. One of Ihe most fa^ciiKiting of games, beautiful fairways, trees, uaU-i' hazards, nine holes totaling more, than ;!,000 yards, -soft sand greens <mil the wholesome companionship of likeable men and women. We invite you and your family to play a round as our guests. Country Club On Higlnvay 61 jNorth of Cily For further information please ritu; 710 or 001. Rverctl B. Gcc

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