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PAGE TWO (AMD- OOURTBR NEWS MONDAY, JUNE 8, 1931 Society Calendar Tutsdiy Mrs. Robert Grimes is entertaining the New Tuesday Bridge club Mrs. Hunter C. Sims is having the Tuesday Contract dub. Thursday Mrs. K. A. Smith Is entertaining the Mid-Week Bridge club. Miss Minnie Uee Jones will . present her piano pupils In a rc- cltal al the hish school auditorium. I -*• Saturday There will be n free story hour at the library at 10:30 o'clock for 'children from 5 to.8 years of age. Marlene and Maria Auxiliary Reports Activities, Has Program. Reports of the month's activities featured Ihc "meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary Friday afternoon which met al the home of • Mrs. Edgar Borum with Mrs. Ernest Ros and Mrs. C. Louis Wilson also as hostesses. Mrs. Bernard Gooch, chairman of the popjSy sale, reported $80 collected in the annual drive in Mississippi county. The district con fcrence, recently- heW here, WAS discussed. It was announced (hat Juanila'McDonald, who-won firs! honors in the Fidac essay award among junior high school, had also won third honors in the stato Other reports showed that several 'awards were made among students ot this school in the annual commencement exercises. Other activities included trie decorating. of 23 graves of World War veterans, in- eluding that of Herman Davis, 01 Decoration Day and rcmembcrta . the gold star mothers on Mother' Day. It was voted to assist in th volunteer production work of boy now in service. Mrs. Floyd A. White vice president, presided in the bus iness session, For the program, Mrs. Helen Jo Ecph, field representative of th National lied Cross ".now in charg • of the local work, told the lilstor •of the Red Cross, and Mrs. How ard B. Proctor gave the history < the Fldnc organization in carrylii • ' out the Fidac program this mont! She also discussed Prague, Czecho Slovakia, where the meeting Is be held. Miss Virginia Terry Has Piano RccitaL Miss Virginia Terry, pupil Miss Margaret Merrill, was pr sentcd In a graduate piano recit Friday evening at the Woman club. She was asisted by Miss M ry Ellen Stevens, soprano, "Mi Martha Chambers, reader, ant Woodrow Fisher, violinist. Tho 50 invited guests were received by Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Terry, her parents, her cousin, Miss Charline Robinson, nnd Miss Margaret Milner. Summer flowers decorated the large room, attractively arranged for the program. Miss Terry,.who.has studied piano lor a .number ot years, demonstrated her unusual talent in the seven numbers. The program com- BitsofNtu)3 Mostly Personal turned from the University of Ar- kaniu tt Fayettcvllle, and Oeorge Matthews motored to Memphis list night. Ur. «cd Mrs. Sims Uichle, ot Stole, Mo., visited in the city Sunday. Hits Elizabeth Blythe spent the week-end at Portagevllle as the guest 'of Mr. and Mrs, B. E. De- Llale. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dicker- returned today lo BRIDGE JKcanetli Me Anally Buys Barber Shop ] Kenneth McAnally has puiehas- BY WM. E. McKENNEY raise—or better still the double may ' c<l the Owl Barbsr shcp from Her- SecrtUry American Bridge League;be just what- he is looking for. He man Holt, who is moving to Mem- An informatory double is ihe may be loaded with spades and lie pliss- can now make a penalty pass. j McAnally, who is a graduate of If the left, hand opponent should Uliis year's class of the city doubling ol an opponent's partner not having made bid; bid, Miss Mary Cvcnshaw, .of. Craw- fordsyl!l«, .Ark., is Ihe Ixoiiteguest ot Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. H»lb««h. Miss Bobble Lee King, who lias been attending school at .Monroe, La., has arrived home, to spend the summer with Mr. and Mil. Samuel P, Norrla. Mr. and Mrs. Robert, A. Summons and son, ot Jonesboro, were, guejts of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe, Cralton yesterday. ; J. Nick Thomas jr., ot Memphis, :on and baby their home Iti Deulah, Miss., following a visit with relatives. cr, give no definite Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Ingram, of [when making tin Informaiory dou- Cpiway, are attending to business ble. They simply double an opiio- hcre. lent's bid lo force partner to make and is a powerful weapon when 1 pass and partner decs not have the '. sciicol. has owned half interest in properly employed in contract j spades stopped he will be forced to j (he shop for EO:IIC """ "- ' spent. Hall. the week-end with Sheldon Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Brooks, accompanied by their daughter, Miss Alice, and their son, Will .Rob, have returned to their home'in Belzoni, Miss., alter a- visit, with Mrs. Brooks' brother, Harry Kirby, and . Mrs. Klrby. Mr. and Mrs. Elton W. SCirby! are visiting In Paragould. . • '. I Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. Halbach heel as their guests yesterday Mr. ahd Mrs. R. S. Frederick, Mrs.- V. Hat- bach, Vlck Ualbach and Hubbard Hulbach, all of Memphis. Leon and Harold Recce, formerly' of here and now. of St. Louis, arc visiting In the city. Mrs. James B. Clark,,-, Misws I 'Marguerite Pride,.Maurice- Grivettc and Helen Bnrnes returned-yester- i day from Montgomery, Ala., where ] they attended the convention of (he I Sons of the Confederate Veterans I as members of the staff of: Corn- Film' company officials asked Marlene Dietrich not to talk so mucti mnn d er Walter W. Ralney of Ar- about her little daughter. It was unfavorable publicity, they said, to kansas. Mrs. Clark, sponsor, se- call attention to the fact that the famous German movie star Is mar-, lectcd Misses Pride, GrSvette and died and has a live-year-old child Here Is her answer to the criticism .' B " nes ((rf , maids of'honor: -• MUs Dietrich chose to pose for an.NEA Smlee-Courler News pho-1 Mr ' and Hrs ' Samuel F " N °? rls whose name is Maria Sleber. . Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Crow and son, .Mclvln, formerly of here and lale of Heath, Ark., have returned here, to make their home. •Mr. and Mrs. Jack Applcbaum, accompanied by their houseguests, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Berkson and children, of Atchlson, Kans., motored to Yazoo City, Miss., today. They were accompanied to' Marigold,- Miss., by Mrs. Sam Florman who will visit there. Mr. and Mrs. William Barks' dale have returned to their home in Fort." Smith after spending several days wilh Mr. Barksdale's mother, Mrs. J. D. Barksdale. Fompcy. Durham is leaving tomorrow for Dallas, Texas, after a week's stay- here. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Musgrave and daughter, Jean Horace, will leave tomorrow for El Paso, Texas where they will make their horns because of Mr. Musgraves 1 health. Mrs: Lewis Phillips is in Memphis today on business. • Jack Cnamblln has returned from bridge. Too many players, hovt'ov- | bid. Holding nothing, he can bid ' the son of Use Hcv. :md Mrs. A. information [one no trump which will allow you McAnally. d bid two ot your suit, or he may I Imply support your suit. c plosion When parlner has once bid, is a response, regardless of their quick trick holding, Under the McKcnney system of contract bidding, all informaiory doubles show partner at least three and one-half qulcic tricks; e. g. opponent bids one heart, and even though you hold a good biddable suit of your own, if your hand contains three and one-haff quick tricks you moke an informatory double. Ifcgardless of partner's holding, he must do one of two things—lake cm, or make a penalty pass. The weaker Hie hand Is the more reason'for him taking out, but as you ;>avc definitely told him that your hand contains three and ons-half high card tricks, he may make, a penalty pass if he feels that It is better to accept a large penalty rathor than try for game. When partner has not bid, al doubles of one no trump and dou Memphis tives' for where he visited rela- " week. He was ac- . any double you may make Is purely a I business double, e. g. partner bids one heart, opponent bids one spade and you double. You are advising partner that you expect lo n:ake more by defeating the opponents at spades than you would playing the sand at hearts. The writer employs the use of one arbitrary convention In his system and (hat is the ovcrcill- ing of an opponent's suit bid with a no trump. This convention will bo fully explained in our next nr- ticle. (Copyright, 1031, NBA Service, Inc) of dynamite capo at the Atlas Powder Company plant hero in 1327 during her employment .here. .She lost an eye, suffered h.ind injuries ami d:velop2d the "shell shocked" condition followinj the explosion, she claimed. Her claims were sustained by the compaction referee. Shell-shocked Woman .. Wins Compensation TAMAQUA. Pennsylvania, <UP) —Mrs. Mary Allison, Tnmat|iia. w.is granted compensation for total dis- bles o£ suit bids of one or two are i ability due to "shell shock" such classed as Informaiory doubles. The I as many .veterans of the Worl< doubles of two no trump and three [ War suffered. • : Wor 111"" in" Jla ine'"" 'PORTLAND, Mair.i, tCT> — Maine lolk can "tour tlis world 1 ' without crossing the borders of their home state. Among the lonns in Maine are: Norway, Swo- cicn. Poland, Denmark, Mexico, Peru, China. Egypt. Home, Stockholm, Madrid, Nap!:s, Lisbon and Jerusalem. Read Courier News want arts. lographer with the daughter, Mary Cummings entertained 16 guests at the Moon home. Swcetpcas featured the pretty decorations in pastel shades and in the lolly cards. In the bridge games Miss Mnu- rlne Branson won high score prizt, cards, and the cut prize, a manicure scl, went lo Miss Mary' Ferreli, •' •'''•'"' Tiic guest of honor was given an array of gifts for the bathroom. . The -hostess served strawberry shortcake. plele was: "Concert Etude" and "Witches Dance," McDowell, Miss Terry. "I'll Forget You," Buli, and "Out of'the Dusk to You," Lee. Miss Stevens; violin' obligate," Woodrow Fisher. "Butterfly! Etude," "Polonaise In A," Chopin. Miss Tern'. Readings: "Norah Understood Men," and "'White Azcalles" Miss Chambers.... "To Spring," Grieg, and "Kuslle of Spring," Slnding, Miss Terry. "Resignation," Doncla, and "Serenade," Schubert, : Woodrow Fisher. - "Hark! Hark! the Lark!" Schu- bert-Llszl, Miss Terry. have as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Dean arid daughter, June Elaine, of Monroe, La. 'Mr.' In the Junior high school following! slu^ents are on , , . . will return in two'Weifcs while oUi- C; members of ' the 'hunlly'. will .-remain for u riio'nth's stay.', " . Mrs. C. M. McMlchael'ah'd daughter, Miss Ivarena, of luica, Miss. are- guests of Mr. and', Mrs. Roj Head. They formerly. lived here. compahied home by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I/. D, chamblin and son, Don, who motored down yesterday. ! Miss'Virginia Blomeyer, who attends the state, university at Fay- etleville, arrived horne today for the summer vacation. ""Miss Myrtle Jones, of Lyon, Miss, s the guest of Mrs. John Smoth- mian for the week. Mr. .and Mrs. E. p. Blomeyer, Mrs. Edson Wood and daughter, Patricia', spent yesterday at Car- ithers'yille. Mo. . George Williams, at Jackson, Term.,, is visiting his parents at of & suit are considered business doubles. Another place that the informatory double can be used to good advantage Is as follows. Supposing that you hold a very gool hand but not strong enough lo make an original forcing suit bid of two. Let us assume, that you start the bidding with one heart. Lett hand opponent bids one spade and Althouyu Mrs. Altison \vas Mcvcr nearer the battlefront, than her ront porch here, sho had a legit- mate basis for the "shell shock" claim la the nervous condition! which developed following an ex-1 Members of tho Epworth League of tlic Lnke Slreel Methodist. hurch enjoyed a picnic.al Barfleld Friday night, The.40 present, accompanied by .e Rev. and Mrs. W. J, LcRoy and- several -visitors-from Memphis, spread supper on the banks of the Mississippi river. Has Club. Miss Agnes Barton was .-hostess lo Ihe Night Bridge club Friday evening'at'Ihe home of Miss Minnie Matthews. In the card gnmes played Miss Hazel Hardtn won tho prize. The hostess served an ice course with orangeade. For the parly, Ihc house was al- tracllvely decorated with summer flowers in reed baskcls. semester's honor roll: Jane Branson, Frances Little, Juaviila McDonald, Patty Shane, Geraldine Rylco, Millie Payne, Dorinne Coulter, Russell Biiiir, BUI McKenzie, E. B. Rogers and Effle Moore. -Other students who are on thi> honored list for the third term| of: the. second semester: .Dorothy Robertson, Mildred 'Lou Hubbard, Colin Douglas, Mary S. Pullen, Lorraine Sccoy, William. Faught, Mary Elizabeth Borum, Jesslyn ,Blo- nicyer, Rhema. Hargett, Josephine Johnson-, Thelma Tate, und Jack -Wilson. Ear! Snyder, Emmallhe Page and 'Gwendolyn'Smith made.a perfect attendance for (ho 'year. -At the Lavtge elementary school the honor students tor the fourth grade . arc:. Mary Helen Moore, Murlha Blankenship, Jerry Cohen, Sara Pauline .Evrard, Bessie Sue Armorer for a week. The next hand passes and you ordinarily would bid two hearts, but if you hold three ond one-half tricks you should double rather than bid two hearts to inform partner that your hand contains three an done-half tricks. Wttli this additional information he may be able to give you at least one LIQUID OK TABLETS Relieves a Hcad/iche or Neuralgia in 30 ininutts, checks a Cold Ihe fii^t day, and checks Malaria in three rtnys. lib'ti Salve for Kaby's Cold MATERNITY HOSPITAL—For un-. fortunate girls; secluded, private j rates reasonable. For informatioi ' write Fuirmount Hospital, 4911 East | i7Ui. Kansas City, Missouri. ' Walpole Electric Shop Funs Cleaned and Repaired Phone 314 DRS. NIES & NIES OSTEOPATH 1C PHYSICIANS Hemorrhoids (PILES), Varicoscd Veins also Skin Cancers and Malignant Moles removed without surgery. Weak and Fallen Arches Corrected. Clinic 514 -Mal.i Phone 88 Bible School Conttnuts. Tho second week of the Pilgrim Lutheran church Dally Vacation Bible school opened loday with V> boys and girls enrolled. All boys and girls, between the ages of five and n years arc invited lo the school which has lor its schedule recreation, Bible study and handwork. » • • To Have Ktcitsl. The dancing pupils-of T.SIN Ola Bob Harris will be presented in an annual recital at a dance revue given Tuesday evening at Ihe Horns Theatre. The 21 pupils will dance ballet, toe, interpretive and tap numbers. These will participate: Betty Lee McCutchcn, Jane Kochtitzky, Mar tha Jane Cartwright of Osceola Bstly Jo Lawler, Pally-WiM, AUv Ware, Mary. Jean Aflltck, Belt Story, Sara Pauline Evrard, Clem en line Bowen of Osceola, Mary Me A fee, Virginia Little, Belly Blai Sara Lou McCulcheri, Kathlee Thomas, Bev'erjy Thomas. Wand Thomas, Wanda Fisher, Francs]] Flihcr.'Mary Reicr.t), Julia Wad KochWzky; Patty Ann Green. Miss Harris will leavo June 20 to Steamboat Springs, Col., \vh6rc sh will aU'end Perry-Mansfield's sun mer camp lo continue her studi in normal work after having slu' ied Dancing in Denver and S Louis. She will be accompanied by Betty Lee McCulchcn who -will also attend the school for special instructions. • * . . Oivtn Bathroom Shower. Miss Hilda. Holland, whose* approaching marriage to Howard S. CaWwcll of Hot Springs has been the Inspiration for a number of de- !i!srtlSu\ affairs recently, was given a bathroom showtr Saturday eve- ulur. Uia JUrlej Moon and Miss Kntcrtiln At Country Home*. Misses Marguerite and Ruth Matthews entertained 20 guests th a bridge.party at their coun- y home on the Promise Land ad Friday afternoon. The sun porch and living room ere attractively decoralcd with reopsis, ragged robin and swect- cas, gathered in loose bouquets floor. baskets and wall con- Miss Juanita. Smllh won a set 1 Madcrla tea napkins for first onors, second prize, lingerie, went Miss Mary Loulso Taylor nnd 10 cut prize, a novelty mirror. as won by Mrs. Jclm W. Snyder. The hostesses served a frozen .alad with sandwiches and iccc ea. Miss Pauline Davis, and Mr. ifcarl Armstrong, both of Manila, ibtatncd a marriage license here .Saturday. Brake-Welch. The marriage of Miss Ora Welch, stcelc. Mo., and Mr. Herbert ilraM, ol IMs city, took place lere Saturday with the Rev. A. J. Hill performing the ceremony. • . • • Class Entertained. Mrs. J. G. Sudbury and Mrs. Ed Hardin were hostesses lo (he Ladles Bible class of the First Melho- rtisl church Friday evening at the Sudbury homo. Besides the 20 members Mesdames H. M. AdMnEon, J. D Barksdale and S P. Mnrlln wen guests. Delicious refreshments were served after iho business meeting. Arwood, Virginia Little and Eunice Lay-son. The llirea honor students for the semester in Central Ward elementary school arts Betty Lou Kramer. Billy Leggclt and Harold Nathan Rosenthal. Other students making the roll for the fourlli month arc Delia Fay e Sykcs, Elizabeth Baxter, Hardy Gray and Martha Washburn. ' For the secortd semester at the Sudbury elementary school June Workman, Dorothy Sallba, Therman Tinker, Mary Louise Waters, Amy Ruth Morris, Joyce Somers artd Bonnie Jean • Buchanan are on the honor roll- Other pupils on the roll for the lost month arc Mario Dooley, Nannie Mae Craig, Dorothy Cross, W. H. Davis and Alice Sulibi.- There arc 26 students in the city high school whoso grades for the second semester gave then places on the honor roll. Joe Byru Evans, with H'i mial ily polnls, led the group. Kalhryn Denton and Margaret Moore tiei or second place with H point, ach. Other students in thel ank arc: Stanley Atchinson, largarct Shaver, Anne Tompkins larian Cooley, Thelma Wattling on, Maurlnc Branson, Mitchc ones who all made above 1 olnls. Those making from 10 to joints, according to Ihiir rank re: 'Dorris Douglas, Claude Whit •ortli, Sunshine Adams, Evely Davis, Mildred Lang, Lois Hoopc ,rno]d Johnson, Virginia Tcrrj Warsh M. Callaway Jr., Emma ecby Jr.,- Emma Salceby. Doris Sc oy, Benny Fcndlcr, Mildred Loulsi Moore, Charline Robinson. Mar Hires and Virginia Tompkint. For tho third, term of-the tccon semester there was a slight varia ion in ranking. The tour sliirien appearing in this group, not includ ed in the term group arc: " Brogdon, Wilbur Richer Irene Eiito nd Martha Lee Hall. J. H. Elkins Is able'to bc-ui following a two weeks illness..' Hoy Head spent Saturday . Memphis on business.^ Mrs. J. E. Ferrcll, who has.beci ill at a Memphis hospital. for" tw weeks, Is now the guest of her'fa- ther, J. H. Elkins. .-.'•; .Harold., Nunn. left yesterday for iansas City, Mo.... where he will be employed for Ihe summer .at the Armour- company.. . ... ' JImmic Thompson jr.,i returned to his home in Memphis yesterday after a week's visit with Harold tfurin. • . • . Buchanan, W. c. . James Terry, who attended (he university at FayetteviUe, arrived home yesterday for the summer vacation. W. L. Gladfsh and children. Mary Louise, find. Will Latid jr.,.of Lawrenccburg, Twin','. spent the weekrend here as thc v gitetts of Mrs. L. M. Burnett e and fiujiily,' and^^t Kennett, Mo. They »>ere accompanied home by Mrs. L. C. Polls, other ot Mrs. Buincttt, who vis- ed here and In kcnnett. Miss Grace Moultrie, of Mennslia, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Loan Moultrie. Henry Humphreys spent ycslcr- iy in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Morris, f Maiden, Mo., spent the wcek- nd. with relatives of Mrs, Morris. J. W. Vandlvort and four sons, am, Russell, Paul and 'J. W. jr., of »p« Glrardcau, visited here ycs- crday. Jack Robinson, who recently re- Lutheran Pastor Will Give Lecture Tuesday The Rev. H. J. Kicindicnst. lias tor of the Pilgrim Lutheran churcl will give the ihlrd of a rcrlcs o eight lectures Tuesday evening a hi.s home on West Ash sired. This ,ueck he will coulinue li! lecture on "The Divine Lav,- 11 . Courier- NeSs Want Ads Pay. Women Can Have Velvety Skin Just try this new wonderful face powder, MELLO-GLO. 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