The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1931 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 12, 1931
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:^======^^-—_-__J Pretty Tough, Cupid Society Calendar (i Saturday Theic will be a hoc story hour at the library at 10:!iO o'ulodt for child: en from 5 to 8 years of iu;<>. Marriage lo Take 1'ljcc. At Presbyterian Church. The wedding of Miss Vivian I!e:inl Dill:il)iinty, daughter of Mrs. George W. nilUihuiuy, and Mr. Adam Harmon Taylor, will he solemnized Saturday evening at the Fust Presbyterian chur-.'Ji. The Rev. Mursli M. Callaway will r;ad the service at eight o'clock. The bribe's only attendant will be Mrs. Godfrey White of Osceo!a. and Mr. Je.ssc Taylor, brother of Mr. Taylor, will he his IK-SI man. Miss Virginia Keck, soloist, and Miss Kvc Harwell, pianist, will present a program of nuptial music. Immediately niter (he ceremony Mr. Taylor and ills bride will leave for a honeymoon to he spent "! Hardy and Lexington, Tenn., where they will visit Mr. Taylor's grandmother, Mrs. John M. Taylor, who r is ill, and his mother. Mrs. W. M. Taylor, who is ai her bedside. Upon their, return they will reside wit;. Mrs. Taylor. ^ * * * Officers Installed. The new officers of (he Elliot; Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy wcr^ installed at a meeting Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. j. W. Bader. Mrs. W. I. Deiirrm. retiring president, wns in charge of Ihe insinuation of the following: ' Mrs. James B. Clark, president; Mrs. Bader. vice president; Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford, recording secretary: Mrs. W. D. Oravelte. corresponding secretary; Mrs. Ida Moti. treasurer; Mrs. George Crocked, reporter. Mrs. Dcnlon wns pro'cnlcd a basket of flowers and cako as a remembrance for her work in the past year. Plans were made for arranging a division in the library of southern history which will he known as "Tlie Elliott Fletcher chapter division." Another activity tr> be carried out will he the compiling of a permanent, history of Mississippi county. For the program on Jefferson Davis, the president of the Confederacy, Mrs. Barter, leader, presented n violin so!o. Woonrow FLsijrr. ,ic- , companied by Miss Kaiiiaryn drear. \ piano number. Miss Grear "f Sketch of Hie Life of Davis."' Mrs. Molt: talk. "The Memorial Unveii- ed in Washington June 2." Airs George H. Crockett. .Mrs. Clark gave a report, of the recent convention of the Sons of Confederate Veterans at Montgomery Mn where she served as "a snonsor on the staff of Commander Walter W nniiiey. and ;if rs . n e | en j [lst , nn Held representative of the national Red Cross who is assislino m tho foltov-up vcrk ,,„„, also spok( , Tiie hostesses. Mesdames J. Men Brooks, J. G. Barnes and Bader served refreshments. ™ •. * u Bride Complimented With Garden Party. Misses Marie Moon nnd Giadv- Durham entertained with a garden bridge parly Thursday when MKs Hilda HoJlanti. attractive bride- elec . was the guest of honor. T.*c -Darham garden nresentcd a rj'-lur esfiue scene for (he three tables arranged among the lovely flow-rs which afforded nalural decorations In the progressions Mi^s ' Ruth WhtoorlhwonahandpainLrl^n' nv jai for [l, n pr - m n] , d Mfs . land was pre.^ntcd gifts n t - n -is =elhnooits variety fro the 12 cults' co Tl.l,ostess served n Vicious ice JVamnl by Pavlov; -As Successor Osceola, are niovlnij lo tills eily. Mr. find Mrs. j, ,\. Pits, nnd I baby, of O.scroin, arc visitlnii Mr. i ami Mrs. Roland Green for scv- ' i-rnl dnys. NcLson Tnlley of Memphis, who is vlsilinif In I.uxora, srcm today Mcie. Mrs. T. r. Hudson and daugh- ler, MLss Louise, nnd Miss Mnr- of l.uxora. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. Mall Monaghan jr., win go to Memphis Sunday where she will undergo an operation lor a|>jy>n- dicllis nl the Metluxlisl hospital Mr. and Mrs. W. p. Veazev jr today for a inlh, Miss. ^^\^^ - „ --„w^ K™ r - j i cS *!?£ ^ lo-'^ 3H;h;,,r £ ^fof (Hirot McDeariiinii, today here. Helen Alice SLeriiliiMi:, who s the Universily of Okln- al Norman, has arrived . f'.)r ll:e summer. i , MniKiirct Itoblnson of Kel-1 j liome In Chicago after a visit wilh Mr. and Mrs. Jamrs Ilickman Miss Maiy Salterfichl, of Morn- phis, is the housegucsl of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sntterneld for a few days. j Dr. W. M. Owen attended the j golf tournament nt the Colonial ! country club in Memphis yesterday. Will she win immortal fame lii-e Hint of lli« Me Anll! , p.,,., Pavlova herself thought so f or j' t has just been revealed that the celebrated dancer hermit bcl'cvert Hint Mile. Alexandra" Danilovn. atovc. would be coms > 81'ralfst ballet artist. ,;,„ , , ., The vou \* . e vou * dancer, now appearing at the His-i»- ra. is a member of the DinNii and Royal Russian ballets . Miss Ruby Ashley, a member of Ihe Slccle High School faculty, is .spc-ndlng the summer with lur parents. Mr. and !Urs. .7. T. Ashley . . sr., at their Miss Nell several days in Jouesboro. home in Armorel. Williams is spending Ruth and MnrgiHrile Matlhews were Memphis visitors yesterday. Mr. ami Mrs. J. E. Palierson. of .Vow Madrid, Mo., are quests of Mr. ami Mrs. R. A. Meal at Armorel. Miss Myrtle Jmv?s. of Diloxi, ,„, . , ML-5.. is the guest of Miss Mar- reclecled secretary; E. M. cuen'tc Matthews. ieelec ? d treasurer; W. H. Miss Virginia Hell Eastwood Is 1 .{,,.. ror "" w years.: returning lo her home in Carulh- shin'.Vi , IS J, rctiL ' i "? uor-jcrsvillc today after a two weeks snip,m master. Thesr officers will i visit \vitiilicr nunl, Mrs. Chns F. installed in a special program i Wood on Saint John's day. | Mrs. .Walter Reynolds and { J*11M. - wiULLL Ill'JlllMUS ,111(1 IWU Two candidates are to be mil- .tons of Little Ror-k arrived Thurs- ated in the rnlcrecl ' " •-'--- '--degree Monday night. Slag Party. Apprentice M'ny for n and Mrs. family. month's visit, with Mr. \V. S. Langdon and Among those . , ...... „., Horace Walpole was host to 18 of I Colored to his friends Wednesday eveniny for'" 1 ? to 1 ' t;u ' . . a stag party given at Floyd Simp- ! Webb, formerly pastor of Ihe Parngould lllc n cv. here who last even- Perry F. .son's park on Highway 18. That it was his birihdr.y was the reason for the outing. First Baptist church here and now pastor of the Firsi church nt Pine Bluff, in an evangelistic meeting Bluff, in •.'.'ere: Dr. Barbecue pig and mutton sand- „. wiches were served wilh cold drinks I "' es ' Aill:ca Edwards, for supper ant] later cards "' played. Mrs. Ogk-sby's parents, Mr. and I Mrs. Clyde Robinson. He-lore her' recent m:nrlat;c Mrs. O^lesby was f Miss Mary Elizabeth Robinson. ' Phil Robinson, who is employed in Nashville, Tenn., accompanied by Prince n. M. nondhi. ol New- York city are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Uoblnson.-Mr. Robinson's parents. Miss nulli Hull Is visiting in DyvrMnii'i;, Temi., us the house- GIVSI ol Miss Sara Drain. The Rev. B. F. Wylie has returned to his home In Shreveporl, La., afler a brief slay wilh Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles I,. Wylle. H; was nc- companlrd by C. E. Wylle who had been visiting here. Mrs. Maymc II. Callowny, of Arkadelphia, is Ihe sues! ol Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. WyJie. Sirs. Wylta is her daughter. PAr.E THREt BRIDGED? tin- Omlr.Ki .. Systems AUTICI.K NO. 2.13 IIV \V,«. K. MvKKN'NKV Si'Ol'flary .tnirrfrail llrfilse l.fagllc Coireel bidding nl contract always proves liucir.slliu;, but 11 it-re much surprised jphy. Ihe screen Switzerland Builds Powerful Locomotives GENEVA. (UPJ—Switzerland has just completed the first of a series of what will be the most, ixjwer'ful electric locomotives in the world. They will be about 110 feet in length, weighing 245 tons and possessing 1.000 horse power. They are built (o carry freight and express trains at the rate of CO kilometers an horn- on Ihe Class- Meeting- Postponed The Dorcas Sunday school c!a.« of the First Baptist, church has postponed its meelinu from tonisht until Friday cvcnin-' * "» « °' Snn Born. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Trotlcr announce the birth of a mi , ' Hub Knlcrfaincil Mrs. J. Neal Gessell was liosf-w to the Youn^ Matrons Bridw cV," T Hirsday afternoo,, ,-it (I ,e hLe o? C. E. ASkmson for the fimi ,er bCf ° rC (]Lsta » tii »E for "he tovely garden ftowrs' added another color note to the party in the contract bridee oames Mrs noylr- Henderson won Ihe prize a double dec kof cards. d-rM u.'. iches and cake. .. M !f;-. I; II. E ,:ms dm, r . lr(y ^- Ware jr.. and Mrs j were quest.s of Mrs.' H nftornoon bridg After the tw e name. -o course menu th" _., t .,,.. waye.-l contract brirtei- \I-;IT> Mrs Cecil Shane win^nf hos v ,or I he c lib award and Mrs. Ware handkerchief for^ tk". guest pr"e Cluh Ihs a .Horning: I'arfy Members "of the Thursday Lunrhrpii club. Me.srtaincs Walker H. Baker and Earl Koont?. and Miss Mary fialtcrfield. of Memphis wero guest.-- of Mrs. Russell Phillips yeslerdav- for a morning of bridge I followed wilh luncheon. 'I Mrs. Koontz won a double deck! of cards for the prize. ' Fnr ••.::irlicon tl-.c Iwo course inemi wns ;,?rved at one Ir.blc preltiiy .-.Inrned with Mowers for Ihe centerpiece. « • * Masons Elrrl Officers R. K. Dinylock was clecled worshipful master of the Chickasawba lodge F. and A. M. in the annunl flection ol officers Insl night. V^O'her officers named were: Fred] ^'.•"ilil, senior warden; Raphael! Salib.1, junior warden: I,. K, Wnt-i -\frs. Trotter Payne. i 'lave Dance The Kappa —.., t i 6 i Miss Jessalyn Alpha Phi fraternity sponsored (he Home Comin? dance « the city auditorium last cvc iniif: when Jimmic Joy and hi s recording orchestra entertained. The 150 present. inriuHrri n ,, n ,i^ Carl Nies, Misses Mary-ihe railways. — — .,, Virginia' Crafton. Minnie Foster, Delia Purlie. Eunice Jenkins. Mrs. C. W. Kolwyck. Mrs. J. W. Shouse, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rushing, Mrs. t.-oulr.? fitrncke nnd daughter. Anita. Mr. and Airs. Cecil U?c. of Dy- erslnirt'. Tenn.. arrived today lo be here for llv? wedding of MLss Vivian Dillahunty and Harmon Taylor, lo lake place Salurday evening. Misses Freda Secoy • and Rebecca . Mrs. Taylor Freeman and daughter, Alice, accompanied by MLss Jennie Wren Dillahimly, spent yesterday in Memphis and Riplcv. Tenn. •Miss Frances Winborn. who is sending the summer with Mrs. John F. Sanders, has gone to her horns in Brownsville. Tenn., for a two nrelfs stay. Mlra Car(>1 McKenzie, of Dallas steepest grades of (he International St. Gotlinrd line. To dale the Swiss have succeeded in electrifying 85 per cenl of whi'ii Edna Mur. - — tnul Miir- vln l.C'lioy, director, iigired lo tcp- I unite for ,slx nioiiilis. if F.dnu Is • I'.'.ipliler ali:ne tU ll;/- end of Unit liH'lixl. rrprirls say, she ivlll start dlvorci 1 iirfK'tcdinys. To loj) It off, .Jn.sppbiiH' Diinn's ,'UI upirnlor Inisliaiicl Clyde E. iCiu-athcuii.i', llb<l suit for divorce . In'.ir iiKinlhs and IB clays nfler ! ihi-y iiud mid. "I Do." j A;, i; nil* were nol enciiyli. Dan I has plenty nt 'wee keeplni; from 'ueitliiK his reports of new romnn- | Fcir instance. Dan wns about | r?ady in tip O ff some Jeweler .-to thi' fuel thnt ConUniicc' llenuett and ilw Marquis, do In Fnliilse wer.' l.-eins wen lotctlier qulie n lo!. uliii-i C'mniie up and nanu'.s yiiiiiii! .liM'l McCrcn as her Idea of nn Ideal lending tiinn nnd Mnrls Iti'liiC atout with him. Ami Dan had catalogued \Vll- lliuu Powell as n conninicd hermit wlvn lo and Miold, in come rt'lMirls Hint lie nnd Carole l.oiu- haul may lie neeillni; n mhiLsler U'lurc long, Hard for LiF Dan to Keep 1 rack of All These Moviclahd Affairs l!y NEA Service H Htllc Mr. Dan Cupid hns circles uiirtcr his eyes Ihcsc days, jusl blame it on movieland's many af- .ui c ri.ther.vinc and other' cit,c ' » r Jinnuic Joy and his eleven in ! , ists LO („ ti, n u-iiii '„ ^'" c ". nrt ." (1 -i5 ^ts yo to the William' Pcnn hotel, i itlEluirgh. for nn ensngcmcnt bc- Suiinnj June 19. Faints, Loses Sight; Swoons Again, Sees ' w"™^ frT" -""? Mr ' ™* MeFCenzic for several She has fremiently visit,,,! fairs of the henrl Ihnl. nre keeplnfi 11;^ cherubic- young gentleman's nerves on edge. Jusl when Dan hns a new romance all fixed up. somebody else gcc.s and gels n divorce or wpnr- ntes. if, Ailing a, bad Hint pretty soon Dan will Mieve the wlsc- vcacker who said Hint the movie stars noiv late their honeymoons in Reno. A lew weeks ago Dan was proud- I ly boasting about tlie "perfect mnr- rl:ii!C" of vivacioiLs Nancy Cm-roll and Jack Klrl'land, the playwright. which had Insted seven years. Hut' Cupid's smiles ttirn-d Inio n hcad- nch,' when Nnncy nnd Jack nyrccd l« dbacrrc and n "friendly" divorce sull was nieil. Tiifn Sally Phlpixs, (he Wam- , s baby slar whoro dlstlnclive charm llfled her lo fnmc. fell In love, married Benedict Olmbcl, Jr., eastern department store OWIKT.' e|in clout's But'o, Arizona Plans Eight Million for Highways I'HOENIX, Arizona. (Ul'J — More Itiun SS.400.0CO will be .spciil on Arl?.onn'K liiKhway sys- li-m during Ihe Hseal year slnrt- July 1. Hie slnle hlgliwny coiiunlsslon has decided- 'llw budget. Including fe:lcni! aid funds, lulnled S. r i,«J.li2a.!10. In addition Iherc Is nviillnbb S2.09S,- COfl cnrrlcil over from lasl year's bud|;rl, which will probably will bo .'.pent Ihl'i year. '1 he extensive htgluvny program, it was pointed oul. will ii Id mn- lerliilly In prcvcnllng unemployment In Arb.cna lirllerlng liiglnvny In addition lo coudillons. WINCHESTIiR. Mass. (UP)—Police Chief William H. Rogers, nc- cuslouicil lo rcstrnlnlng dogs, res- cuinG cats nnd performiiig kindred services, recently received n complaint which, officially speaking, is silll "on the tnble." H ivns tho np- iwal of n womnn who wnnlcrt from croaking Is slill n Wj thrill to be de-' rived from cleverly defending a' hand. Quick thinking OH the part of ihe opponents In ihe following hand sloped game. Tlir Hlddlnr Atjniicilon the bidding would be' South one no trump, nil pass. While nl contract North would jjo lo two • no ii.imip and South would carry on lo ihrec no Inimp. Thf May West has only one opening—his fourth licsl chili which is Ihe five spot. The .six la played from diun- niy. If Knsl v.'pi-e now lo play ihe qiiscn uf chilis and follow wilh Ihe kins, West would have n perfect. riHht lo figure Ills partner for tin- (jdier club. The correct piny Is for Easl to' tell his partner Hint he holds but two clubs and Instead of playing Ihe fiiiccji, he should play the king" which will hold ihe trick. He then^ lends (he queen of clubs. This- slums oul nnd Informs partner that 1 lie holds no more clubs. . When South, the declarer, plays the four, the cmelcssi West player might, follow wlih the three of clubs and II would then ij<. a simple mutter for Ihe declarer lo go game. The clever piny now thai West' knows Hint. East holds no more: clubs Is to overtake his partner's (inccti with ihe ace of clubs and Immediately lead Ihe 10 of clubs' before, he loses his ace of hearts reentry. Dummy will discard n small" henrt. East a small spade, nnd South may as well take Ihe trick,with Ihe jack of clubs. He cnn now run off his ace, king and Jack of spnrtes nnd then lead the eight, ot. diamonds whining in the. dummy wilh ihe nee of diamonds. His next play will be Iho good queen of' spades from dummy upon which- dcclnrer discards ihe deuce of hearts. Declarer can ihcn cash his king and queen of diamonds, bui ho is eventually forced lo lend n heart which West immediately wins with' the ace of hearts nnd cashs his nine, and three of clubs giving him In nir four chili Irlcks nnd the ace of hcarla which is enough to defeat the declarer's contract one trick. ' The Important thing to remember, when defending n no trump contract Is to get your long suit estab-. llshcd It iKissiblc before losing your- re-entry. (Copyright, mi, NBA Service, Inc.)' here. Neil Ptiryenr, ol Joujsboro. at-1 (ended !o business here yesterday. A. G. Litlle nnd A. Conwny transacted business in Carulhrrs- ville yeslerdav. Miss Margaret Batjer, a member of tlie University of Texas faculty METHOEN Mass (UP) -_ !?e : at Auslin ' 5 l x;nt - yesterday here vivcd nfler she had ' fainted Rllnil C " rnilte lo "" llomc in Cn ' )c Gir Bean, 1G, could see nothing. Aflcr' '"" f ° r " le summcr ra "tion. """ days of blindness during E ' B ' flCillc > of Jonesboro, is at- i time spccialiMs sought in loll din!? to business here, •am to diagnose her ailment, she -Mr. anri .%frs. \V. W. Holh'pelcr fainted again. left today for Lake Janws. Incl, When revived, she found she | where they will spend wo months, lad reeaiiart her normal sight, i Mr. and Mrs. Ben Green, of Os- upctprs believe the lfi»i»r.iry- inssf ceoln. are guesls of Mr. and Mrs sight was due to menial Iron-; Jerry While, at Promire Land. c ' * Mr. and Mrs, Earl Hnlcher. of course such nice lhin S s couldn't go on. and Cupid wasn't t o,y night ikes. 'Tims far Hie chief has unable to discover a sntlstac- frog-silencer. Walpolc Electric Shop Fans Clnnned and Repaired Phone 3M G •!• I they've got to be good! NOTICE Temporary location of R. D. Hughes Co., hvo doors \ves[ ol' old locnlion. We will apprecialc fliosc who ow<; us accoimls making prompl sel{lcmei\ls. R. D. Hughes &Co. No top to their "ceiling''! Smoke as many as you like. Chesterfields are milder. Mild ripe tobaccos and pure French paper. Every one well-filled. Every one burns evenly. No wonder Chesterfield smokes milder and tastes better! © l«l, HGGsrt 4 M'tiS TciACCO CO. SMOKED BY MORE MEN AND WOMIN EVERY DAY

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