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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 3, 1931
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PACK TWO BLYTHEVILLB. '(ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WKDNESlUYjJUNR 3, 19;U Society Calendar Thursday Mrs. Cecil Siiaue Is hostess lo the Mid-Week Bridge club. Mrs. Doyle Henderson is having • the Young Matrons Bridge club. Tlie Thursday Luncheon club Is meeting wllli Mrs. R. F. Klrshner. Tlie Pro-School sludy class of the Armorel school will meet with Mrs. 1 J. T. Ashley jr., at 3 o'clock. . Mrs. J. Cecil Lo\ve and Miss Marie Moon are giving a recital al the high school audilorlum. The Gleaners Sunday school class of the Church of thq Nameno, will meet wilh Mrs. E, M. Morgan on Chickasawba avenue. Mrs. Charles F. Wood will be hostess .to Uic Thursday Rook club of which she Is president. Friday Miss Virginia Terry will be presented by her Instructor, Miss Margaret Merrill, ill a recital at the Roman's club. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet al 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Edgar liorum with Mrs. C. Louis Wilson and Mrs. Eincsl Roe also as hostesses. The Ladles Uiblo class of the First Methodist, church will have a class meeting at 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. J. G. Sudbiuy and Mrs. Ed Hardin as hostesses Sudbury home. at the Have Vacation Biblu Schools at BaptUt and Lutheran Churches. Approximately 250 boys and girls between the ages of live and 11 . years have crtrolled hi the two Daily Vacallim Bible'schools sponsored by the First Uuptlst, and Pilgrim. Lutheran churches which nnd refreshments qf salad, sandwiches, mints and loed tea. Nasturtiums and roses were used. Mrs Robert Gilmei won a vase for honors among tlie ladles miU the high score for the men, a lie, went to Sam Manalt. • « • I«ave lot Summer Vn'allims Most of the GO members of the city schools faculties will spend the summer vacation (is only a few will attend school, h'ach third year tho teachers aio required lo continue studying in the summer bill most of these were In school last vacation, Crawford Greene, superintendent, will leach class room admin Istrallon and school accounting at the University of Arkansas, Fay- cttcvil!e, Miss Sclma Lentz will teach In the normal school at Bcebc, Ark., and Miss Luna B. Wilhelm will, as she has been for the |»sl several years, teach In Jonesboro college, Jonesboro. Miss Rosa M .Hardy, principal, Is lit charge ol the summer school here. Henry Hudson will work (or Hendrix college, Couway, in icullstlng students lo atlend this school and Miss Mary Outlaw will be In charge of the Chicago Mill recreation grounds. Oilier members of the high school faculty and their summer addresses arc: Miss Nollie Kerr, Clarendon, Ark.; Miss Ada H Donoho, city; Miss Laura Bussctl Conway; Miss Frances Parker ppcncd Monday. There are 23 instructors helpers la the Baplisl school which had ICO present loday. Classes begin at 8:30 o'clock and school is over al 11:30. A dally paper Fayctlcvlllc; Miss Frances MiUer, Columbia, Mo,; C. T. Kramer, city; N. F. Moore, city, George M, Hunt, Qullmnn, Ark,; Miss Wlllh, Marshall, city; Glenn Durham Hamburg, Ark.; William D. Mc- Clcrkln, Prcscott, Ark., and tho , int ) University of Arkansas where he will allend school. lu the Junior high school Miss Mary Emma Hood will be at her home at Gainesville, Ark., Miss ff.l McDowell, accompanied by Miss Leone Calllcolt; vocal solos, "Hear Mo You" and "Thar's Gwlue to Be a' Landslide," Hoss Stevens, ».ecom- panied by Miss Leone C»lllcoU; piano number, "Consolation," Miss Elizabeth Haley; dance, Wtmda Fisher, accompanied by Mrs. Wood; pluno solo, Mrs. William Barksdalc, of Fort Sinllli; vocal solo, "Out of the Dusk lo You," Mrs. I'aul L, Tipton, accompanied by Miss Margaret Merrill wilh Everett McDowell playing the violin obligate; violin number, "Venetian Gondolier," Woodrow Flslior,- accompanied by Miss Kathiyn Orcur; reading, Miss Marie Moon; vocal numbers, "The Kosnry" nnd "Tho Sunshine of Your Smile," William Trotter, accompanied by Miss Leone Calllcott with violin obligate by Woodrow Fisher; piano .solo, "The Ben," Miss Lurna Wilson; piano number, "Seguldllla," MLss Kathryn Gruar; piano se-lec- lon, "Venellan Love Song," MLss Louise Dobyns. Metis. The Woman's Missionary society of the Second iiaptlst church met reslerdny afternoon at thu home ut the president, Mrs. J. W. Richards, with 10 members and two visitors present. Mrs. W. M. Blaylock, who has been absent for three months because ol illness, conducted Ihe devotional on the theme "Love" with the scripture lakcn from John 17. Mrs. L .T. Asher and Mrs. Marvin Lane led In prayer and Mrs. Lcs- Bathing Suits Make a Splash In Style lie Moore taught the mission study. The hostess, assisted by Miss Susie Richards and Miss Emma BoHghner, served a lemon ice with cake. Mrs, Greene and baby will spend the summer wilh relatives • while Mr. Greene is al the University of Arkansas. Miss Leone Callicolt Is returning to her home In Rives, Tcnn., tomorrow for Ihe summer vacation/ Mrs, Ben Stgmnn and daughter, Ruth, of Holly Springs, Miss., ure BUC.sts of Mr. and Mrs, W. D. Webb, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ozlcr, and Mhs Helen Sigman. Mr. and Mrs. ll. J. Uodson and eon, Joe Bob, are In Little Rock this week. Miss Mildred Hall has gone lo St. Louis lo spend Ihe remainder of the summer. She relumed with her slslcr, Mrs. Emll Schroedcr who with Mr. Srtirocdcr, was hern for the week-end. Dr. C. B. Wilson has returned from a two days slay ln{ Memphis. Joe A. Parker was a visitor in New Madrid, Mo., during last weekend. Woodrow Hall, son of Mrs. Henderson C. Hall, has gone to St. Louis lo attend school while making his home for Ihe summer with his slsler, Mrs Emll Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. O, L. Orrell are spending a few days in Paragould. Mrs. A. L. Reagan, who has been visiting nt points of Kentucky, has returned home. Mrs. Alvln Hardy has returned from a two weeks stay In Memphis- Mrs. Sadie Morehead, of. Memphis, has been visiting frlchdsfand relatives here for tlie past week. Mrs. Margaret Dccn spent the first of the. week In Jonesboro. Gene Reagan, who has becnj in 75. being published by (he faculty, which will be dlslributcd ea:li 11101 nlng.. .Members of the faculty and helpers are: The Rev. Alfred S. Harwell, principal; Miss Minnie Foster, .assistant principal; Misses Delia Piirlle, Willie Marshall,. Georgia and Anu|c Lee, Kathenne Klrkhidall, Bernice Harwell, Virginia Tompkliis, Artie Eat oft, Grace Fender. .Geraldinc Reynolds, Emily Tompkliis, Mrs. Alfred "S. Harwell, Mrs. Jako Huffman, Ross Marshall, Mrs. E. . F. Blomeycr, Mrs. J. W. Shouse, -Alvln "Huffman, Jimmie Tiptonl J- W. Purtle, Loran HCJEH and Mrs. John Buchanan. In the Lutheran school, whlcl; js extending an invitation to boys and girls .of. other denominations who dt( iiot liave a Vacation' school, begins at 0:30 and closes at 11:45 A. M. each day except Saturday and Sunday. The 40 present yesterday were taught, by tho Rev. and Mrs. H. J. Kleindlenst and Mrs. Fred Reichcl- s Handw'ork, observation, recreation and Bible study arc the four phases being emphasized In the Mciilu Hughes at her home at Brighton, TCIIII, Sain H. Branch ut Branch, Ark., Miss Vclda M. Adcock at Dover, Ark., E. Sloan Slcuart at Highland, Ark., Mrs. Lloyd SUckmon, Mrs. R. 1. Haley, principal, and Miss Alice Marshall, here. Members of the Sudbury ele- schools. in Retital The piano pupils of Miss Leone Calllcott, who Is completing her first year's work here, were presented in a recllal last evening at the First Prcsbyteria church. They' were assisted by scvera violin numbers by pupils of Evcrcl McDowell and another feature o the program was two selections by the rhythm orchestra. Those taking part in the plan numbers were: Pally Shane, Mar- jorle Stevens, Betty Lou Kramer, Naomi Alexander, Sara Paulino Evrard, Louise L-eggett, Harold Nalhan Roscnlhal, Estra Livingston, Marj" Jean Alfllck, Billy Leg- gelt, Ruth Elizabeth, Smith, Pauline Fowler, Jeanne 'Harrison. • * * Return lo School -R. N. Hill Jr., and Billy Cooley, who attend college at Hcndrlx college, Conway, returned lo school yesterday after spending several mentary school faculty: Mrs. J. R. Webster, city; Miss Luclle Armstrong, city; Miss Alma Pclers, Teachers college at Memphis where she 'will attend school; Mrs. Cecil While, Clarksdale, -Ark.; Roscoe L. Morris, Flat River, Mo.; Mrs. E. F. Fry, clly; Mrs. O. C. Ulmer Springfield, 111.; Miss Mary Hub- lei, city; Mrs. J. V. Rogers, Greenwood, Miss.; Miss-Nettie Gray, E Paso, Texas; Mrs. Mary Spann, El Paso, Texas; diaries A. Stubbs principal, Blodgett, Mo. All of the teachers in Ihe Cen- ,rnl Ward elementary school cx- cjit Miss Mary Outlaw live hen and she will also spend the sum ucr hi this city. OtlKr member of the faculty arc: Mrs. R. L Bannister, Mrs. Joe CrnlE, Mis. Sunshine Swift and Mrs. Elm Armstrong, principal. In the Lnnge elementary sclioo Miss Mary McHancy has gone t her home lu ' Kcnnfltt, Mo., Mis, Eileen Foster to Paris, Ark., Mis. Bits of News Mostly Personal Paul llorlc. son of the Rev. and Irs. p. Q. Rorie, left today for rkadelphia wlicic he will spend >e summer wilh his grandmollicr, «rs. T. P. Trlgg. Wilson Henry, who has been lite 111, is now boiler. The Rev. P. Q. Rorie Is in Hot prings and Conway for two days. While at Hot Springs he Is tho ucfit of his father and in Conway e will alteml a Preachers' instl- ule. Mrs. J. W. Hammock Is visiting 11 Ozark, Ark. New Madrid, Mo., lor, several mon- Ihs, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. E. p. Sharp, of New Madrid, Mo., siiciil Monday here. The Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Mc- Phcrsou, of Santa Anna, Calif., are vlsith^g here while conducting an evangelistic meellng' it the Assembly of Good church on North Lilly street Eddie McGregor has recovered from n serious Illness from ton- sllitis. Mr. and Mrs. James Hlckman Bell have as their guest Mtss Mary Allen, of Chicago. Mrs. Bell and Miss Alien allended Northwestern University at Chicago, at the same time. Mr. and Mr.!. M. A. Isaacs and Mrs- Walker H. Baker arc spending today In Memphis. • Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, Jr., nn:l her mother, Mrs. J. H. Harrcll, are spending today In Memphis. Osceola Society—Persoiml BY JOAN SAVOY Pick your bathing suit this summer so you'll be In the swim of fashion. You may just as Gcotl- Titling, smartly-cut suits of the best, colors arc not, nearly so high priced this year as they were last. Usually, to be really frank, bathing suits arc picked for their looks ami tteir looks alone. Often this makes you feel as though you have n lot uf excess baggage when you arc in the water. Mnsl Be Practical -The real test of a suit is its nt! Fit for looking at out ol the water. Fit to swim in, once you have dived off the spring board, days at home. Billy Cooley will complete his college wor at Ihe close of the semester, July 19. _R. N. Hill, who finished special work nt Ihe close of his first year In college, will also go lo summer school so that,he may, like the olhcr Blylheville student, complete his college work in three years instead of the \isual four. Cetebrates Birthaiy Jo Ann Hawkcs, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Earl Hawkcs, had he first birthday yesterday afternoon when she had 20 of her friends n her guests. The children played games an were served lee cream and cake * * * WjIlUmson-Sanikr. Announcements have been re celvcd here of the marriage o Miss Mildred Sander, daughter o Mr. and Mrs.'A. L. Sander lo M R. O. WilUamsorj, of Russellvill The wedding took place In' th city May 30'.'where they will mak their home. The'attractive' bride, who lived In this city for a number of years .before going lo Russcllville a year ago, received her education at the oily high school. Elizabeth Halstead,' Miss Anne Clc incuts, aiid tho principal, Mrs. Er Hardin, remain here. Has RcclUI. i The piano pupils of Miss Mnrgo rcl Merrill and violin pupils ol Mi lovia Casey of Memphis, were pr scntcd in n recital at the high schoo auditorium Monday evening. For the program the auditorium stage decorated with a trellis ol honeysuckle and rambling voscs lor the background and the same flowers were hanging Irom Ihe foot- llghls. Other early summer flowers so adorned the sWgc. These took part: Ccciic Wollort, ane Mc.Vlims, Sara Lou McCntch- n, Wanda Fisher, Alice Sallba, lla Faye Simmons, Elaine I'olter, erry Cohen, Margaret Shaver, Ru- )j- Nell Ogle, Marlon Tompkins, irglnla Liltle, Evelyn Smart, Sara oe Little, Virginia Martin, Mildred Bunch, LaVelle Dcactlc, Bctly Lee IcCulchcn, Charles Joseph, imilsc Dobyns. Mary Elizabclh Bonmi Club Members And Huibands EntcrUintd. • -Members of the "New Tuesday Bridge club~ and their husbands were guests of Mr. and Mrs.""Oscar Balksjr last ctonlrir. ..-'•' •y;.The .four, tables were arranged c^y^v.wlth. id-color scheme of green and ~8,;->£;irtlU:.«mph«s!Md''In the tallies, , W- fife-: Polly Ann Buck, Frances LUlle Lorna Wilson, Maurinc Branson ud Virginia Tompkins. Silver Tea Is Given By Music Department 1 The Music department of the Wo nan's club gave the final affair o Ihe year, bclorc dispensing witli nc tlvitics for Ihe summer season Tuesday afternoon nt Ihe club house when the members entertained wit' a silver tea. The proceeds will be used for re pairing tho piano. Mrs. C. E. Criggcr received th guests and Mrs. Bernard Gocch pre sided at the refreshments tabl assisted by Mrs. J. E. Crllz ar Mrs. W. L. Horncr. Pastel shades of swcelpcas lorn cd the beautiful centerpiece for 11 silver service used for Ihe sherber cakes and mints. Pink tapers nan' cd the flowers for the lace covcrc table and other garden btossoi were used in baskets and low bow scattered aboul the large room. This program, arranged by Mrs. JNelll Reed and Miss Margaret Mer- 'rlll, entertained the 50 who called: pjano solo, "Nocturne," Miss Margaret Shaver; vocal solos, "Spirit Flower" and "In the Garden of My Heart,': Ernest Jones; piano duel, "Hungarian Rhapsody," Misses Virginia' Tonipklns and Lorna Wilson; dance, Matty Wise, accompanied by Mrs. Woods; saxophone solo, Ever- for Indianapolis Guest MANILA, Ark.—Miss Frances Ffndler entertained with three tales of bridge yesterday afternoon, avln'g as guest of honor Mrs. Jack Newliatier of Indianapolis, hid. Mrs. Newbauer was presented a beautiful hand-made quilt. High' score prize went to Mrs. William Barowsky and Mrs. Max Barowsky received the consolation prize. A Ealnd course and ice cream was •crved.. SUNDAY DINNER By Oscar of the. Iced Cantaloupe Clam Broth Fried Chicken New String; Beans Stewed Fresh Tomatoes Cucumbci] and Green Onions (French Dressing) Iccil Strawberries Coffee Mrs. George M. Lee, who has sou 111 several weeks, Is now im- ] Entei'taillS at Bridge Mesdames O. G. Hires, . E. Alexander, Paul L. Tiplon and E. W. Simmons, accompanied by Tom W. Fnekson, arc in Memphis today •Islllng Mrs. Jackson who Is ill at lie Baptist hospital Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Logan, of Cnrulhcrsville, were guests of Dr. nnd Mrs. Paul L. Tipton yeslerday. Miss Luclle Sanly, formerly of here who has bee living at Rosc- cinire, Mo., sixmt last night here as th6 guest of'Mlss Grnce McFnr- liiml, enrnutc to Palo Alto, Cnl., where she Is to make her home with her uncle. She will join lisr brother, Frank 'Santy, who went there recently lo be employed by his uncle In the hotel business. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sander returned today to their home ii Russellvitlc, Ark., after a visit- will Mr. and Mrs. George Cross. Thcj were accompanied home by Doro y Cross who will visit thorn. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. D. Chnmblii A as Ihelr guesls yesterday Mrs W. Sixer, Garner Appleton nn T. fihamblin, nil of Memphis liey \vr-re accompanied home b •ck Chnmblin, who will visit I ,fm. Miss Sue Unit returned today om Ciulfport, Miss., wliore she- as the guest of MLss Margaret oblruon of Kclscr who attends ulf Park college. While nwny ie also visited in New Orleans nnd Host. Mr. and Mrs. Charlrs Attelson ave returned from St. IxviL 1 ; after 'tending the wedding of llicir iccc which look place at the fotcl Chase Sunday evening. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jasper Thomas, of Scmphis, were guests of Mr. and Irs. Joe P. Pride yesterday. rMs. J. P- Pride, Mrs. S. J. Co- ion, ML-s Cordelia Wilhllc nnd Miss Marguerite Prid^ were vislt- irs in Memphis Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Malt A jr., and daughter, Barbara Jane were vlsilors in Memphis Monday. Mrs. G. E. Keck nnd daughter. Margarcl. nnd Miss Jtmilla Smllh rclurned last night from St. Louis and St. Chnrlcs. Mo. They were accompanied home by MLss Virginia Keck who attended school nt Llndenwood college, St. Charles, for the past two years. Miss Margaret Merrill will no to her home in Clarendon. Saturday for the summer vacation. Miss Llllinn Brircoc !<-U today for Centcrvillc, Miss, where, she will vLsil her aunt, Mrs. Joseph Redhead. Miss Virginia Her-" Eastwood, of Next to lit, try to get one that las n ixjssiblc suntan back. You can gel them wilh no back at all, save a strap or two, nnd these are surprisingly comfortable. You can get others with !T zipper back, which lets you open yolir suit for tanniiJg, close it for swimming. There Is n lol of talk about white suits, but many colored ones are seen. A new tone is rose. Not flesh, but rather a rich beige-ish rose Unit goes beautifully with your sun-tanned skiti. In Princess Lines One of ll'.cse is a backless one- piece with trunks fitted In princess line (o look like a cute flaring skirt. There is a low rounded front neck, with a single strap down the back. Very new is tlie black and whit? The literary department o( th: Osccola Women's Progressive club met Tuesday al the home ol Mr*. C. B. Pcri'in lor a study cf iho last clmplcrs of the text, "Ths English Speaking Nations." Mrs. P,. ii. Jones discussed the chapter on t!u United Slales, Mrs. J. W. Edriin;- lon discussed "Tnc English Commonwealth and Empire," Mrs. G. B. Searavcs English commerce and sea power, ami Mrs. 1'c-rrin gav^ a discussion of the last chapter of Ilia text, "The Imperial Conscience," which a resume of the; Wire study. Delicious refreshments vere served following the lessc/ii. A study ol Africa will be co:n- L'ieii in one lej-.son ul tr.3 las; ucctins of the department for llu •ear which will be held at K:30 o'clock next Tuesday ufteruoxi ;u Mis. White's country homo, north of Osraola, followed by a picnic supper. The Method 1st Women's Missionary .••ociuty will hold only one nu;;l- h'.g each month in July nnd August, that mectini; being set for l!ic first Monday of each monlh accui'din;,' to a decision at the regular busing, and Bible study meelins held in the church parlors Monday alter- noon, when -Mrs. Eli Myers the leader of the lesson. Taking the lesson w:rc Mesdames W. L. Segars, Frank Howie, C. L. Drake, who communed on designated scripture reajin-jj, and this was followed liy a ro:m:l table discussion in wl'.ich pll (he members took part. Th? n:xt regular mectim; will lw held n't liie church on Ihe third Monday in June. Mrs. Godfrey White drove to Liltle Reek Wednesday and will bj accompanied home by her small son. Boyd, who has spent several days visitiuj his aunt, Mrs. -Geo. ' Adams, and Mr. Adams. Mrs. Walter Pertrins nnd small ion Walwr Jr.. Icfl Tuesday far their home in Lclinnon, inil.. after an extended visit in Osceola with suit has its blcomer in plain black, and the high-waistcd belt line of the siime, with the top of striped black and white Jeruy. The upiwr lies a zipper back, opening clear to n low waistline, if you crave a tan. The little slip-on sweater jacket of tlie black'. 'and white strips lias a crew neck, and flaring .Ions sleeves. A Series inins the Conlract Itriilge Systems ARTICLE NO- 225 BV \VM. E. McKKNNKX 'Secretary American Bridge League In • our previous articles we explained Hint the One over One can be made with a Tour-card suit as long as we have one and one-half riuick tricks. An feature now recommended by the writer in his system of contract bidding, to those employing the One over One is as follows: Supposing partner opens wilh one heart and you hold six ov scveix spades and one and one-half quick tricks. You can bid one spade, which is '.ho One over One, with the assurince that partner will keep the Sudding open, but when you hold sij or more of a suit antl one and on(-lialf quick tricks, we now rccommind that you bid two iliatcly jump into game. In this iiumuL'r, you may get a very advantageous load. There arc no great disndvnntages if n simple One over One bid is made ai^tl a jump bid mado on the second round. This two bid lo i' a six or seven-card suit is just an additional tactic that can be used on certain^ hands to great advnn- tLiye- Dcnyin* Partner's Original Suit Ilid Wilh Two No Trump In our previous articles on the McKenney system of contract bidding we explained to you that pavl- ributed strength witii nt least two .o two nnd one-half quick tricks, ,-ou should jump partner's suit bid .0 Uvo no trump. While it, is not an iibiolute demand bid, there are very few hands where partner will ever pas-,. He iviil cither re-bid his suit, show anolher suit, or take you to three no Irunip. This b:d is made to show pai-uia £U"Oii3 hum! with no biddable suit and it still elves him an opportunity to show another suit and keep you within tlie three no trump zone. The only lime that you jump partner's original -siiil bid of on lo three no trump is with an cs peciiilly powerful hand that cor iains 1:0 suit with which you ca force. H Informs partner that lie holds n trick bolter than a mill iinuni. there may be n slnm in tl: Fried Chicken Take a chicken, pluck, singe nnd wipe, il V.KU a wet lowel. and cut in joints. Put into n frying psn one pint of crenm nnd place It over a. moderntc (ire until it begins lo color, then put in the ncr must keep original bids op:-n hand. It- docs not close the bitidii with a hand holding as little iis [ and if partner has a second su Iwo queens. In other words, a bid of one no trump in response to partner's original suit bid of one is strictly a denial bid and warns partner that your hand is xveak. You make tho bid lor the sole pur- -Mrs. E. A. Tcaforrt has icnirr.::! ran a short visit with her aunt. Irs. Ezra H. Hater and Dr. Biker n lotiisville, Ky. Mrs. Baker b :-c- iously ill in u Louisville hospital. Miss Louise Jones left lorning for a visit with frleiiJs iil- t. louis and Kansas Cily, M'j. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Partcrasn ac- o:npanied by their two daushtcirs, fisses Lillian and l.-onetta Patteron, left Wednesday morning fur ;i notor trip to Lexington, Va., w.-.cre heir son, Henry, yraduates this vcek from Washington & Ix?e Uni- 'ersity. Six hundred i>coplo arc being employed in a factory in Siam lor the production of airplanes of American design, which will use cn- ;ines imported from Ihe United Slates. .1 a p^or no trump distribution, tie should show his second suit. <Cop>i-ight, 1031. NEA Service, Inc ) Walpole Electric Shop Fans Cleaned ami Kcpairecl Phone 314 spades instead ol one, immediately pose of giving him anollu-r oppor- Informing pnrliier that foil have a i tunity lo bid. long suit. Ihai you do not think Ihe hand will play al no trump, and that you da not need normal Irunip supiwrl. it is a forcing bid in the same rcsrccl. ilial the One over. One is in Unit it requires [Kirl- ner to keep the -bidding open at leasl once—but iii( neilhcr cnse is game promised. \ This information, proves quite valuable in ninny hinds especially chlekcn ar.d fry until the under- where partner opencl wilh a four- side Is of a light brown. Tnke card- suit and holds n\fivc-card suit out a part of the cream, turn the which he was going to, show on Ihe chicken over, season wilh pcpjwr, second round. He can ifnv k«p Ihis and finish cooking il. Put il on a hoi dish when done, and pour the crcnm which wns taken out back into the frylnc pan, r~ stlr It well wilh whal remains in Ihe pan, let 11 boll once, and serve It with the chicken sprinkled with Fait A small chicken may be breaded, either whole or In (pur- lers, nnd fried brown in \Vhcu your hand contnins dis- i HIDE AND DANCE ON THE STEAMER CITY OF MEMPHIS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3rd, 8:30 I'. HI. HAIU'lEU) LANDING, AUK. suit under cover if he holds two or Cnnilhersvllle, Mry, is llic guest of lier aunt. Mrs. Charles V. Wood, for a wicek. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Dent, of Alexandria. Ln., and J. W. Denl, of Marked Tree, wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Edwards nt the Wood apartments last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Greene nnd son will leave tomorrow for Arkndelphln where they will visit before going to Forl "Smith where Icc-d Stravbm-ire Take ofT (lie hulls from a i|iinn- tily of strawberries, nnd He thai (hey arc quite clean nnd lico from grll. Weigh I hem, nnd n\'.«\\ lo every pound of slr.iwborrirs three- fourths of a iwund nf white i»w- dercd sugar. Place them In a deep glass vllsh, wilh n layer cf mgnr between every layer cl fruit, and for one nnd one-half pout:-!-, of sugnr pour, over one winsshsjjul of any fruit-juice lhat may i* preferred. Pul Ihe dish iuio a refrigerator nnd let it remain for an hour and a half. Then remove sprinkle the lops of thi- Mv.uvb rlcs with linely-poimrtdl u,-. and Ihcn wilh powdered \\lv.; t mgar, and serve wllhoiit delay. The Mennonlles nre mcmbrrs of a religious sect founded by Menno Simmons, n Dulrh religious reformer born In 1492. three of your Irnmp 'and imme- Firsl—in trie dough. Th«n M the oven. You can be siie ol p«iftct bikings in using— POWDER SAME PRICE FOR OVER Announcing An Opportunity TO THOSE INTERESTED IN TAKING UP f ;()!,!•' HUT WHO HAVE HES1TAT- El) ON ACCOUNT OK TH K INITIAL EXPENSE During June the dub lias decided to accept new mcniljui-.s without payment of the regular fee. Payment of §Ci jjrwiis fee each moulli will lu thu only cliiii'uc made to those joining duvinj; tliis drive, which ends July 1st. To new members nut living in Blylhuville the greens fee is only ?•! per month, payable in advance. One of the most fa-citialing of panics, beautiful rolling fairways, trees, water hazards, nine link's totaling nioiv than !>,000 yards, soft .sand ijrerns and the wholesome companionship of likeable men and women. We invite you and your family to play a round as our guests. Blytheville j Country Club j On Highway 63. jNorlh of City For f ml her infoi'- in:itioii plc;tsc 710 or 00-1. Evercli 15. GCM

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