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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 17, 1931
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m- TWO BLTTHEVILLE, (ARTJ COURIER NEW& Osceola Society—Personal Calendar to ' Tlwrtitjr Mrs. M. O. Usrcy Is hostess UM Mid-Week BrMge club. . T The Thuisday club Is meeting : with Mrs. Everett B. Gee. The executive board of the wo- ''.man's missionary society of the ' First Christian church Is iiiccltti£ with Mrs. J. D. Smith for an nil .day meeting. Friday . Mrs. Uoyd SUckiiion will entertain with a bridge party complimenting her sister, Mrs. Joe 'Orr, of Bryan, Texas. The Dorcas Sunday school class of the First Baptist church is meeting with Mrs. J. T Ashley at Arniorel at 8 o'clock. Saturday The Woman's club will have a •benefit bridge and rook party at' the club 1 louse at 2:30 o'clock. There will be a free story hour, at tile library at 10:30 a. m. lor children of all ages. . Uelu hiin<r Conclude | Year's Study Count. In the review of the year's work 'among Delpluiiu members hi the study ol art, at a meeting ycs: tcrday, Mrs. J. R. Stcaduian made ;a perfect report. She was, award. / ed a picture, the gilt of the Mrs. •.James B. Clark, retiring president. ..Mrs. Otto Kochtilzky and Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise were clctsc seconds . with a grade ot 99 and three- fourths. Mrs. Marion Williams, the new ; president, was in charge of the : program on "The Art of Illuinina lion". She discussed the development of illumination. This was • followed with a talk by Mrs. Horace T. Gulp on "Methods und Subjects", The Significance of Art to the Laymar. and Meaning of Form in Art" \viis Mrs. R. N. Ware's subject, Mrs. Otto Kochtitai- ky took up '"The; Elements of a Work of AH Composition and Art and the Spirit of Its Era" and the program was concluded with was served by the hostess' -mother, and Mrs.-W. M. Boren. Choral Cfeh Mrmbrn rracUee lilt F«*Uval. The. 23. members enrolled In the JBlythpvilie Choral club, wlilch Is to be a part of four units of musicians throughout northeast Arkansas who will present a fall musical festival, met at the First Christian church lost evening. Henry W. B. Barnes, who Is If! charge of the musical, was present. With this but a Blart it is expected that approximately 100 singers of myUicvlllo and surrounding towns parllcipalc hi the festival which will be given iiere and at Newport, Paragould and Jonesboro In the fall. For the present reliearsals will 1 held each Tuesday night at tlie Christian church. All singers are Invllcii. The charter members are: Mrs. C. W. Cochrnn, Miss Artie Eaton, Mrs. Raymond Fowler, Mrs. W. J. LeRoy, George Lange, W. J. LeRoy, R. Q. Hunt, Mrs. W. T. Bar- nctt, W, T. Barnctt, H. E. Barnctt, Mrs. J. G. Barnes, P. S. Winlord, Mrs. F. a. Wlnford, Ray Worth- inglon, Miss Theima Worllilngton, Mrs. Lee Mcdlln, Everett McDowell, Mrs. Halite Smlddy, Rosa Stevens, Mrs. J. 0. ML-Haney jr., Mrs. Lucy McAdams, Mrs. Iversou Mor jrls, C. G. Redman, O. D. Grimes, Mrs. O. D. Grimes, George Henry, Miss Winifred Goodrich, Misi Mildred Judd, Ernest Jones, Miss Eunice Jenkins, Mrs. C. J. Cox, Mrs. Bill Kolwyck, Miss Minnie Foster, nil of here, and A. H. White, Miss Oshla White, Ira Shedd, Miss Viola Slicdd, Miss Lorliie Alston, Miss Lorctte Alston, ,11m Ferguson, Miss Zora Miller and Miss Kuth McCormlck of Manila. • * • • Juniors I'icnlr. Tlie Junior department of tho First MetiKKllst Sunday school hud Ils annual summer outing yesterday aflcriioon when 40 members went for a picnic, at Ruddle Park. They were accompanied by their Bit* of News Mostly Personal E. Crltz, county agents, are at Tomato this afternoon cunfcrrlnng with Individuals crops. regarding their Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smart of Richmond, Va., will arrive within a few days lo spend the summer with relatives here. They are now vlsli- Ing In New York city and other eastern polnls. Mr. Smart has been a member of the faculty of the University of Richmond for two years. P. N. Lutlrell, accompanied by Ills daughter, Louise, and his son, Maurice, went to Covlngton, Tenn., (oday where Louise Lullrcll will spend several days wllh her aunt. Mr. Lullrell will be ncccmpr.nled home tonight by his mother who will remain here several days. Mr. and Mrs. W. l>. Williamson, Mrs. J. D. Williamson and son, Shirley Albert, Iraye returned lo ;ir liome In Lake Charles, I after visiting Mrs. Williamson's sister, Mrs. R. N. Priest, and family, lor several days, Mrs. W. Owen Blue and Miss Alice May Camion ot Memphis have gono lo Batcsvllle, Ark., for a brief visit. Mayor and Mrs N'elll Reed and children arc visiting in Little Ro:k and Hcbcr Springs for two weeks. W. Leon Smith ha;, returned from 11 business trip lo Hattlcsburg and Jackson, Miss. Mrs. Raymond CartwrlKht and Mrs. Bruce Ivy, ol Osceola, shop- BY WM. K. MeKENNEV Si'cri'lary American liridcu l.ea(ue One of the nice points of contract Is that the bold bidding; of the game will force you to plaj your cards extremely well. The declarer In Ihe following hand Bets Into a iiainc-golne contract and is forced to use a simple grand coui In order to complete his contract here yesterday. Kenneth Willis Is a' patient at a study of illuminated manuscripts. tcaicll <' rs . Miss Mary Evelyn Feath- «rston, Miss Mary Hublcr, Mrs. A. C. 'Haley and Harvey Morrts, and the superintendent, P. E. Cooley. Tim ji'evr officers were Installed by Mrs Clark In an Impressive ceremony. This was followed with the announcement of committee cha:rmau for next year. • * • Rook Clnb Meets. Mrs. Ross Stevens and Mrs. E. D. Ferguson entertained the Tuesday Rook; club this week with a parly at the Stevens home. Old fashioned flowers made the living room and sun room more attractive . After several . progressions tho hostesses served a frozen salad wilb. sandwiches and Iced tea. Club Mrs. Harvey Morris was hostess to the New Tuesday Bridge club yesterday afternoon. The high score prize, a pottery vsse, lor the bridge games went to Mrs. Oscar Bailey. Trie same lovely shades seen in <be • decorations of dahlias and sieetpcas were emphasized in the frozen salad, sand- cookies and iced tea, Bare Ittmbers of tte Maple Grove 'Ctffitta-y association met yesterday afternoon at toe home of Mrs. Tonj Tfcocnpson nith 11 members and one .gossi, Mrs. Lucy Carney, present. It. was planned not to meet for the remainder of the cummer except; for an emergency. Reports £ajT«d thai the cemetery is in good rovfltfan and that it will be maintained for. the "next two months srtibpot interruption. " The hostess, assisted by her sis- Ur. lirs. J. D. Barksdale, served Irak' salad, cake and iced tea. The marriage of Miss Dorothy Llles and Mr. Clint Shaver, both of 'J^yier, Mo., took place here yesterday with the Rev. Alfred S. Harwell, pastor of the First Baptist church, performing the ceremony. SmiUi-Cargle. Mrs. Vcra Gargle, of Wilson, and Mr. Adolplms Smith, of Point I'lcasant, Mo.| were married here lost night by Justice Oscar Alexander. * • • Lnnuden-BrUL > Tlie marriage of Miss Nola Britt nnd Mr. Albert Lumsden, both of Tyler, Mo.,' occurred in this cily yesterday. The Rev. A. J. Hill j»r- formcd Uic ceremony the Memphis Methodist hospital. Dr. J. A. Sallbn aim O. G. Sol- ibtt aro visiting u cousin In Cairo, 111., who Is quite 111. They were accompanied by N. Johns. Mrs. Lonnle Bugg visited In Stccle, Mo., yesterday. Mrs J. B, Masscy is In St. Louis for several days stay. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Ford, of Wheeling, West Va., spent Sunday hero with Mrs. Ford's sister, Mrs. John W. Bljthe, and Mr. Ford's brother, Homer Ford. They were cnroute home from Florida. Miss Ambcrlcc Newblll, of Dyersburg, Tenn., arrived this afternoon for a visit with her sister, Mrs. R. L: Gal nes, and fnmlly. B. A. Lynch returned this morning from Little Rock where he nt- tcndcd a meeting of the agricultural committee of the Arkansas Hankers association yesterday at which Dean Dan H. Otis of Madison, Wls.. representing -the American Bankers association, was the principal speaker. Mrs. Myrtle M. Bourland, Mrs. J. A. Bass, Misses Louise und Virginia Bourland and Miss Marjorie The Bidding South the dealer opened with one lamoud. Remember that the writ- r iidvocatcs tlie bidding ol four- ard snlls ahead of five or even six- ard suits in order to give partner x better plclurc of [lie hand. West vcrculled with a spade. North went, o two hcarls. East passed and jouth then bid four clubs showing ils long club suit. North went to Ivc clubs which East promptly dou- ilcd. All passed. Tlie opening lead by West was lie king of spades. When holding ice and king, the king is led tc ihow the ace. The king held the rick and rather than set up the lueen ofo spades in dummy, West hiftcd lo the six of hearls \\ he dummy won with tile nee. Declarer must now stop and consider the possibility of East hbld- 'ng four clubs to the king due' to lie double. If this is true, he may 1 Stewart arc Memphis. spending today in Garner Applclon nnd C. T. Sliam- blln will return lo Memphis today after spending several days wll Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Clmmblin. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Whilton nnd son, David, have returned from a visit in Indian Bay, Ark. j Mr, and Mrs. O. W. McCutchcn and daughter, Betty Lee, accompanied by Miss Ola Bob Harris, iixmt yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. Dora Wright returned to her home In Trimble, Tenn., Sunday after a visit witli her daughter, Miss Eva Wright. She was accompanied by Miss Wright, Miss Mary Moore and .Miss Ruth Hess. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips Local Students High In Scholastic Ranks CONWAY, Ark. — Billy Cooley nnd Noble Gill of Blytheville, continuing their work toward earning a degree from Hendrix College with honors, this past semester earned five A's apiece, Cooley In 18 hours. o( work and Gill In 17 hours of] will return today from'a visit hi work. Tlic total number of students who turned in scholarship grades was n, and their efforts letted 161 A's. There were four 5-A students, Nilioml to Y.W.C.A. National Council. Miss Carolyn Haley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Haley, who fczs been attencttng the Y.M.C.A. and - Y.W.C.A.' western division meeting at Hollistcf, ; Mo., for two •feeks, has been elected to represent Arkansas at the "national council meeting of Y.W.C.A. now in session there. '•-,.:'' ' sne will return,home the latter part-ot the week, v • Miss Haley, who is a student at Galloway Woman's college at, Searcy Ark, will be president of the Y.W.C.A. there next year. - GtH-sts at Chili. Mrs. Allen Miller, ot Pine Bluff Mrs. James B. Clark, Mrs. Rodney L. Bannister and Mrs. Marvin Robinson were guests of Mrs. W. Leon Smith for the weekly party of the Tuesday Contract club. Garden flowers formed pretty ; bouquefc which were centerpieces for the small refreshment tables. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs won the club prize, a double deck of cards, arid - >™ , hlgh 6""' a »'«<l, handkcr- • chiefs, went to Mrs. } The hostess served a frozen :•• mousse with angel food cake 5-A Sunshine counting Cooley and Gill. R. N. Hill, also of Blytheville, was one of eight students in the 4-A group, and the only other Blytheville student, Winifred Goodrich, earned one A. Four BlylhcrUla studenls thtHi earned 15 A's. ' Cooley and Gill are in summer school at Hendrix now, finishing up their work on the A. B .degree!!, was recommended by the faculty of the college that both of them be given their degree "with honors' if they continued In scholarship through tho sumriicr term. R. K. Hill is *lso taking work in Hendrix thh summer." • Japanese manufacturers of the native Instrument, Uie samisen, a :ind of banjo, have dedicated a ironze statue In a famous Buddhist temple lo tho cats and dogs which provide tlic strings nnd drumheads for them. Memphis. Mrs. S. S. Sternberg, accompanied by her son. Harold, Bert Lynch jr., nnd John Caudill are visiting in St. Louis for several days. Mrs. B. A. Lynch, who recently underwent a major Oiwratlon nt the Memphis Methodist hospital, is dally improving. She expects to return home, within two weeks. John Blackwood of Little Rock and Pine Bluff, is visiting here and at Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Danehower of Luxora, were in the city yesterday. Matt Monaglian jr., returned irr night from Memphis where he wai with TTrs. Monagrii'.n who muter went an oiicratton for nnpcndlcltl: at the Methodist hospital Mondaj Her condiTion is very good. C. E. Sullengcr, of Osceola. at tended to business here today. Miss Cora Lee Coleman and J Eaicrtaiaei. Members of the Read Courier News want ads. Girls of too Second Baptist church wcrc-pctertalncd with a party at : the home ot their tcachir, Miss Mabelle : Priest, Ust evening. ^••-Aniong the 37 members and : friemfc. ..of the clus present was Miss-Frances : .Wilson, of Osceola, • who Is Uie guest .of Miss Chrlsllne Turner, '••• . •' :v .Afte'Wtjssrins.; games and con^ ^csls,'.jello,. c&ice> And' a lemon lot MANY WOMEN Have Been Helped'. Like Tliis "ABOUT four years ago, I suffered a great deal with pains In my back and side," -writes Mrs. 1). A. Dash, of Roxton, Tcxiis. "I illil not feel liko doing my housework, or anything else. I would eel nervous, ,in<l my back would hurt worse. Ono o( my neighbors nskod mo whnt I \v.i» An- Ing lor mj-rclr. 1 told her 'most cvcrv- tlilnff. THen the nskol me ir I hi'l ever taken C.irJut. I toM her 'no' .bul I would try 11. Bcluro I 1,1,1 Iln- Ishpl one lK)ttte J could tell the <llf- fercrax In my fccllnjw. hut I kept on taking Canlul until 1 tclt strong ai«. W6U a^nln. AQ-9-3 VA-5-4-3-2 • K-Q-B *10-9 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1031 Cooter Will Entertain County Singing Convention COOTER, Mo.— Pemiscot county's Mrs. Charles Colenmn was hostess to /our tables of (juests who jlayed contract bridge at her coun- ry home west ol Osccoln Tuesday altenioon, the number Including the following out of town guests, Mrs. W. E. Johnson oi Little Rock, who .s visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Hnriy Driver, Mrs. Hugh Uughey 6l Memphis and Mrs. 'Iliad Fel- km of Houston, Tex., who are visiting Ihelr parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lovewell, und Miss Josephine Montague of Memphis who is spending her vacation with her family here-. High score prize was awarded Mrs. Hugh Hughey and second high seore was won by Mrs. MUlon A delicious ice course was served following the game. • « • Mrs. L. K. Harwarg and Mrs. Morris Sllveiiicld entertained at bridge at the home of Mrs. Harwark when a number of out of towii inmial convention will be held at the Baptist church here next Sunday, with classes and musical organinatlons expected from many points in northeast Arkansas and southeast Missouri. The morning program will be devoted to class singing, and quartets, duets and solo swill be featured in the afternoon. Ben Hur Ceremonies at Manila Last Night MANILA, Ark., June 17.—Over a hundred visitors from Memphis, Blytheville, Kennett and Joncsboro were guests of the local Ben Hur here night at an initiation ceremony for both junior and senior members. The Initiation for juniors was conducted by Jonesboro degree team, and for the seniors by Hie Memphis lodge. Election was lodge, No. 30, held for ihe local Immediately after Youth Sets Attendance Record During Studies CHAHLE'ROI, Pennsylvania, <Ul') -Haimid Clilforrt Wimieu, 11, Long branch, near here, was graduated Irani the (Jharleroi Hfeh School this year with a pellet nilcndaiu-c record for the four year term. Adticd lo this is lour years oi perfect, attendance at the Jackman School. Utcords at the giuue S'.-hool show young Whine-it, was neither tardy nur absoni durin, the four years. < The nenim sirec-t car line is lour milts fiom uic Wiimutl farm. When he blurted tu. attend the Charltroi High School he was luj young, to drive an ui schucl day for four yean c;ie yuiiijj us ivijular na tha mull tdiriu-', trudged alun^ the none tur; ^ood cuuutiy roads and at the ci;d uf the day nalkud the four miles licmc. Italian Villagers Hunt .. Wolf After Attack EPOLETO, UJP) — A dranu'.ic. liuir. took place lutir the uUcis;-.' oi San Marlwi, en the outfits of which Maria 1'iuci was 'itiaoi:ed -Ijy a .-feroGiuiiE '.. wolf,- as bhe wr.s r.^urnlns'.'liiirnj.:.;'' ' t Picking'up' li'-ctcnei' sli'.- strucl: (lie wolf on the head,, forcing !)• to iclcau 1 ils yrip. Jt 'jlhen rjrc.'oil' the dress oi''. a t'hilcl.Y:-;*;,--,! tejvaltel to the street car. livery courier :ws Wsnt.A^s I'ay. guests were present. High score i » i Uallon, and the newly elected prize was won by Mrs. Jack New-' °"f ccrs are: w - L - 'i'liomp-ion, chief *A-Q-J.6-7-2 bauer of Jiidtanapolh, Im\., who is vibUlug her parents, Mr. ahd Mrs. Win. Nickels, In Osceola, antl second high score was awarded Mis. Lou Miller of Flat River, Mo., who is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mis. A. Wclnbcrg. Miss Rose Hu- wnstcin cut consolation favor. DJ- llclous refreshments were served. • • * The Osceola chapter of the Kappa Alpha Phi fraternity is sponsoring a dance to be given in the club rooms at the courthouse here Thursday evening. Pickles Culllson und his College Troubadors will play for the dance. • * * Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nickels,, I. Harwarg, Mr. and Mrs. L. K. H£:-- ivarg, Mrs. Rose Goldberg and Miss Ruth Goldijcig were among the Os- ceolnns who attended the graduation of Morriss S Nickels from tin; University of Tennessee department of denial surgery in Memphis Monday evening. Mr. Nickels will be associated with Dr. Sidney Fi'iecl- niai! of Memphis in tiic practice of his profession. Miss Rainelle Wclubcrg .is visiting friends and relatives in Memphis this week. Mrs. c. E. Sullenger and son Cliiii'lcs left Tuesday for a motor trip lo Willow Springs, Mo., where they will visit relatives. They were accompanied as far as Mammoth Springs, Ark., by Mrs. C.' W. Wat- Miss Chloa McConnick, judge. Mr. and Mrs. Jim David. DlyilKivillu, Ben Hur nnd teacher, respectively, Alvln Tipton, Inner guard, Hcrbarl Grjfflln, outer guard, and Arnold Phillips, captain. Tlie outgoing chief vas Mrs. Ida McCiiniss. Hostesses for tlie evening were Mrs. Ruby Eioriicr, and Miss Mar- ioric Thompson. A. L. Solomon, district manager, Memphis, uttcnd- cd the initiation. Read Courier News want ads. Important Changes In Time of Trains A i-hiiiiB'c in schedule of ct'rt;iin Krisuo (niins will !:<• niiiile cll'oclive Sunday, June 21,1931 Pur detailed information imniirc of (he Ticket Agoni W. S. Mcrdi/uil, Assistant General Traffic Manager, Saint LuuK :rand coup play Is literally dis- •ardlng a trump on on" suit. Declarer therefore returns the letice of hearts from dummy trump- ng In his own hand with the deuce of clubs. As West is marked with he ace ot spades, declarer leads son and her small son. Bobby, who will make an extended visit with rein lives there. Miss Rose Rub:nslcin left Tucs- mnain for the summer months in Stciibcnvillc, the guest of her brother, Lou Rubcnstcin, and 'his family. ' •Mrs.- Hal McHancy returned to her homu in Kcnnctl, Mo., ycster- hc eight of spades forcing West o the dummy's king and the 10 of clubs finesse is taken, followed by lie- nine of clubs. East again refuses to cover, declarer winning vltli the Jack of clubs. Declarer leads the ace of diamonds and then the nine of" dla- nonds winning in the dummy with the niiecn. Tlie quscn of spades Is returned. If East trumps, South will overtrump and pick up the outstanding trump. If East discards tho seven of diamonds, declarer will discard the jack of diamonds nnd then lead the flvc of hearts which East will be forced to trump with tlic six of clubs, declarer overtrumping with (lie queen of clubs and then playing the ace of clubs for Hie last trick. Playing hand in this manner the declarer, with the aid of a simple coup, makes five odd 1 " css visito1 ' !:c re. with Mrs. Martin's sisters, ....„ Emma Moore and J, J. L. Williams. John Blackwood of Little Rock spent yesterday with his mother, Mrs. Nancy Sawyer, who has been seriously ill for some time. Also visiting Mrs. Sawyer yesterday wns John Thompson ol Menu, Ark., who was n former resident of Mils county and who served us a iwace officer here from 1KH to 1879. .Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams had as their guests last week their small grandson, Lan Williams, of Little Hock- and three small friends, Johnnie Welch, Jabo and Jiimnie Thomas. Tiie children returned to Little Rock Sunday accompanying Mr. DeCamp, who was a week-end busi- doubled at clubs, scoring 200 lor tricks, 100 for making his contract, and as they were playing rubber bridge, his side vulnerable and (he other side not. vulnerable, he scores "00 points for the rubber, for a to- lal of 1000 points. (Copyright, 1931, NBA Service, Inc) Lieut. James Cecil Hale of Blytheville spent Monday and Tuesday with his mother, Mrs. Kale Hale, in Osceola Mrs. Lou Miller ol Flat River. Mo., and her two Email children are visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Wcinbcrg, in Osceola. First—in the dough. Then in Ike.oven. You e*n be suie of fxtrftcl bikings in uiinj— iT/^BAKINC 1\V POWDER SAME PRICE FOR OVER 4O YEARS 25 ounces for 25c WIILIONSOF BCUMOS UStD BY OUR GOVtRNMEMT Phillips GASOLINE PER GALLON (Tax Included)' DAY AND NIGHT Service Station Ask about IllinoisGntral 2-WEEK AH Expense VACATIONS Reduced Summer Fares in effect daily. Special low excursion fares to many resorts—permitting umi uvings—will be featured on certain date} throughout the summer. Ask foe information, for vacation literature and your copy or "Chkago for the Tourist." 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