The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 16, 1932 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 16, 1932
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BLYIttEVlLLB. {JAIL'S Society Calenda t The' woman'* missionary society Of the Lake Street Methodist ehin-ch.will h«ve » Bible study at the. church. The woman's missionary society o?;,toe First ;.Me'thodi*t- church Is h«Yln« , circle; meetings with group one »t the -home o! Mrs. W. M. Barbs; . i, Mrs.- c. 8. Stevens; 3, Mr*. W. F. Brewer and 4 at tho church toi;» luncheon. The •woouuTi. auxiliary of the Knt Presbyterian church is meet- lot >t the church. .The Businest . and Professional Wome&'s club IK having • Bingo p»rty at the recreation hall of the Church, of the Immaculate Conception, . The Woman's Missionary union of the First Baptist cliurdi will have a business meeting at the church. The regular semi-monthly meeting of the Eastern Star Is being held at the hall at 7:30 P. M. Mrs. J. Keal Qesell is entertaining the Young Matrons Bridge club. The New Tuesday club Is meeting with Mrs. Thurman demons. Officers ol the Woman's Missionary Society of the First Methodist • church will go to Jonesboro ', lor the officers' training school of 'the Jonesboro district. Wednesday The Delphian chapter Is meeting at the Hotel Noble at 9 o'clock with Mrs. L. N. Mathls as leader. • Mrs. E. 0. Fatten Is having the Wednesday Bridge club. Thursday Members of the local Masonic chapter and their wives and members of the Eastern Star will have a party at tin: hull Mrs. L. Gritftn Ecklc Is hostess to the Matinee Bridge club. . The Thursday Luncheon club is meeting with Mrs. Otto Kochtitz- : ky. Mrs. B. A. Lynch Is having the Mid-Week Bridge cfrb. JJ,': D. C. Members . St»4y Let, Jackson. : 'Thc lives ol Robert E. Leo and Stonewall Jackson were studied 'In a memorial program given nt the meeting of tho Elliott Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy Thursday af- tcmcon at the home of Mrs. W. I. Dentoh. Mrs. M. O. Usrey, Mrs. ' 3. H. Smart and Mrs.- Eugene Dickenooh were- a*o hostesses. i' In the b'usiness session, presided over by Mrs. James B. Clark, president, reports showed thai the veterans relief committee had sent candy, baskets and cards to veterans, widows and members who were ill at Christinas time. Mrs. Elliott Williams, of Luxora, a charter member of the group, was made an honorary life member. H was rated to pny the tuition of a high "school student through the P. T. A. loan fund. The sum of $10 was voted to be sent- to the Arkansas Post Slate Park commission. »The U. D. c. has one acre in this park, where many veterans are buried, and the $10 will be used for the purchase of 3 tree. A prize will be given for the best junior high school .•student scrap book commemorating the Bicentennial Celebration ol George Washington's birth anniversary. Mrs. W. I. Dcnton. Mis. E. E. Alexander and Mrs. H. M. Adkln- son were appointed U> place n picture ol George Washington in ihc Junior high school. • Mrs. B. R. Allen yave n report from the Confederate Veteran nin»- azinc. " For the program Mrs. Ivy W CUwford was leader. Mrs Alex- aniler told of "Lee's Strategy from '.Ire Wilderness Cold Harbor", Miss /S3ncs Bailey sang "Cnrry Me Back to Ole Virginny", playing her own acccompaniment, Mrs. Joe S. Dillahunty discussod the lives of !« »nd Jackson, Miss Selma Lentz played a piano selection "Just -Musing" of her own cOir.posR'.ou snd Mrs. N. F. Mcore, accompanied by Miss Lentz, . sand -TV Slave Song". The hostesses served a sa'aC- plate. • • - ' • • • « « Hi** Voltage Club ' Bora.; Mr. and Mr*. Markham Laird announce the birth of a daughter, yesterday afternoon nt ihe home of Mrs. Laird's parents, Mr. end Mrs. Pleai Secoy. The bauy, v.-ho weighs eight and a half sounds, has been iismcd Jo Ruth. Before her- marriage Mrs. .Laird was MlM Lotus Secoy. ' t • • • Board MceU. The cxccuiive ward of the Wo- inji's Missionary Union of (he First Baptist church met with the president, Mrs. J. W. Bishop, Friday afternoon. Plans for activity n 1832 were formulated. 'An appetizing salad.course was mcd in (he social hour. Open Door Class To Meet. Miss Wlnnlo Virgil Turner wlil each Ihe Open Door class of the Hi-it Methodist church Sunday schcol tomorrow. A special devo- icnal has nlso been nrrnngcd. * tf * Has Hook Parly. Mrs. T. J. Crowder was hca- ess to cUjhl guests lust evening or a Rook party. After several progressions tlie adlcs were served chocolate pudding and hot tea, ?uplls Have Activities. Students of Miss Mary Outlaw's •oom In Ihe Centra! Ward school •ire having a number of inter- •sllng acllvitles this month. One if these Is the opening of a "Red ind While" store. The boys and [iris visited one of these storoa n thc city, going to Allen Hush- tig's store Monday, where they w'crc shown the various arrangc- nenl of the slock. The room store ias supplies contributed by Frotl .fatthews. In Ihe citizenship club Inlercst- ng plans for the February pro^ gram were mndo at, a business;'.Ing. Many good deeds were c-portcd which showed improvd- ncnt In Citizenship Ideals, life 1 nlm of the members. This club neels each Friday afternoon with in open invitation for parents and 'riends to visit. • * » Sarpeater-Triwlove. Miss Vcrlon Truelove and Mr. George Carpenter, botl> of Ecmvah, were united In marriage here Tiles- day by Justice E. I). Walker. .. The High- Voltage club, made ,„ of employes of. the general and local offices .of tluf Arkanws-Missou- - n PpVT company, was entertained by. Miss C]«r* Ruble last evening ; at: .her home in the Ingram apartment* fora Michigan party ,' There were two tables of play. - ere ;: including « guest, Miss Ada DunavmntJ As is the custom at, each parts a shower is given for one membci and. on this occasion Miss Ruble received gifts of lingerie. The hostess served delicious re freshments. * * * Class Entcrtaiw*. Mrs. J.- W. • Shouse entertained 17 members of- the Fideiis Sundaj Khool class of the First Baptls church with a party last evening A guest, Miss Winnie Virgl Turner, spoke on . -peace" for ar Inspiring addriss which was followed with brief talks by the fpvher, Miss Luna - B. Wiihclm, «nd the president, Mrs. Bob f*mes. { Of fleers ot the class submitted report* in' tbe" : business session. The hostess served hot choco- !*te and .cake. • Jpnci-narbce. .The mnrrlngft of MIES Viola Lula Bnrbcc and Mr. n. P. Jones, both of Tomato, look place In this clly Wednesday. Th c Rev. E. L. Jones said the service. KUf ore - Thomas. A marriage license has been issued to Miss Mnbel Thomns and Mr. Joe Kllgore, l»Ili of Armotel. WlltiitmvMacMoi. The marriage of Miss lola Maddox and Mr. Elton Williams, both of Blylhevllle, occurred htre recently with Justice E, D. W«lker performing tlw ceremony. May-Whtat. Miss Ernestine Wheat and Mr. I. L. May, both of tills city, were married Sunday, January 10. The Rev. Alfred S. H*«cll, pastor of the First Baptist church, performed the ceremony. Grlfti-Blajrlock. The marrinfcoof Miss Gallic Blaylock and Mr. Corsel Grlggs, both of Luxora, occurred Sunday, January 10. The Rev. A. J. Hill said the ceremony. Funeral for Voluntary Starvation Victim Held HOT 8PRINOS, Jim. 16, <UP)- Funcral services for Mrs. Mnud Lawrence, who starved herself to death in the belief abstinence from rood would cure a long Illness, were held today. Mrs. Lawrence died two weeks ago tfter a 30-day fast. Her body was held In the hope two sons thought to be living In Chicago could be located. Slie cnme lv?re two. months ngo find told friends the had Joined a religious cult whosp members had convinced her fasting was a cure for all ailments. Howard Davis, who attends a school of embalming »t Nashville Term, returned there yesterdiv alter a brief visit with his mother. Mrs. Clyde Davis. Waring Black of Oklahom* City Okla., hu arrived hen to be temporarily located In the cotton bu»l- ncss. Mrs. Walter Rotenthtt, Mr. and Mrs. William Barovsky of Manila Diehard Jledel and William Ltng were among tho»e who wint to Memphis Thur*d»y lor the 1 Dar- row-Etleljon debute, : R. Morris King went to Memphis for the week-end. J. H. 8tew»rt, or CJufJee, Mo and W. H. Rainmliler, ot • Memphis, special agents ol the Frisco railroad, attended to biulnest here yesterday. E. H. Teasdail, of Jonesboro, was » business visitor In the city yesterday. J. J. D»ly, m«n»ier M-the local J. C. Penney store, will go to Louisville, Ky., tomorrow for the annual contention of the J. o Penney store*-'in thU <U«trlct. He will return next Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W.'W. Shaver and Mr. and Mrs. Kddle B. David were visitors in- Little Rock jttterdty . Smithy "Unlocks" Handcuff* . PORTLAND, Oregon, (UP) •- "Unplckable, unbreakable handcuffs of case-hardened steel," ad- tised, the makers when police bought handcuffs. The cuffs lived up ,<o their name when * pair stuck on aus Miller, prisoner. It took se«ral men with' hackaiws and a locksmith to' free him. . Read Courier Kews wanf ad». High ScKbol Written by members of Ui c Blytntvillc hl|h 'school journalism class, nrnfcr the direction of Georje Hint and Mfcs t«tu \ViUxlm. 'Building a Life" Subject of Talk Before Girls Club Miss Willlo Law-son, county su- ttrlutendcnt of schools, talked to lie girls of the high school last Wednesday morning on "Building i Life." Miss Lawson said that at Ihc beginning of the new year six; took stock of her life nnd decided what -o discard nnd what to keep. She romparcrt a person wilh a contractor nnd his life to" tin build-1 ing (hat is being erected. Thc con- ' tractor discards all faulty lumber, ind none but the perfect is uied. Seniors Winners in Attendance Race So should the try to discard :ill their faults and in their place ktep only the qualities that help to build a strong and beautiful character. ' •':>; Thc faults that she stressed especially wire pretense, worry, discontent and selfishness. She said :hal a good motlo Is "I am what I seem lo b=." In plnce of faulty characteristics one might put work, friendship, nnd faith. Miss Lawson snld liiat she was anxious that ev.jry student in tiie senior class slay in school and graduate with his class, Lova Wilson played n piano solo ltd several announcements were made. After Miss Lnwson's talk tlis were dismissed. Thc senior class was Victorians in tlie attendance contest sponsored by the P. T. A. The contest began in September and ended last Tuesday nl;ht. During Ihe entire semesttt- tin seniors had more mothers present nt the meetings than any other class. They had twcnly-lhrce per cent of Ihc mollicrs while ihe sophomores were second with 20 per cent. Plans nrc being made for the party which was the prize offered. The- P. T. A. meeting wns telci nt the high school iast Tuesday night so that the fathers might tic able to attend. There were on; hundred persons present. Tlie school situation wns discussed nuri plans \vcrc marlc to help as many students ns possible that otherwise would be unable to attend school. Dr. L. H. Moore, as hcnd of tlic citizens' committee, tolrt th? parents how the school mnild be run. Miss Willlo Lawson, Mrs. Chnrlio Gray, nnd Mr. Greene also made short talks. High School Briefs Tisha Smith was absent Friday _ . i because of illness. Students Preparing JOT I The home'economics second year U' J T r -i- l class visited Jean- Harrison at her rnia-lerro examinations >, 0 me on Highway ei last v.cck. AM the girls were required to have a project for outside work. Jean .-cdecoraled her room for h;r pro- loct. /Jfter tt was convicted she invited all Ihe girls out to in- The mid-term examinaticns will begin th e first of next week, During the week the pupils have been reviewing and finishing up their worfc for the first semester. spcct it. After everyone had look- Many pupils were seen leaving led at the room, the girls were school Friday aflcrncon with great'taken into the sun parlor where stacks ot booXs. The tests last about two periods, or an *wir ami iHrly minutes. Thc tests will probably end about Thursday nUer- i.osn nnd the pupils will have hcliday Friday. Junior High Has Play The pupils ol the junior high school gave a play Frirtav alter- noon at HID high school building. Thc name of the play was. "Corn- fed Babbies" The rnnln charac- they were served a fruit drink. Jane Holllpetcr was absent from school because of a death in Ihe fnn.ily. Spencer Alexander van absent from schcol several days because of illness. Miss Rosa Hardy attended tho council meeting of the county that was hold at Armorcl Krid«y. At thc Red Pepixr inert Ing last week It was decided that tho money that was obtained from thc play "Oh Baby", would b; given to thc r. T. A. to be used fcr thc i nf- ry Ellen .Stevens was chosen to direct the « cr ^ directed by Mi*, j choruses. the high school were dismissed hrgh^scl'or!? aliened 0 'the' colmty council P. T. A. meeting at Ar- r..-riel Friday. Mrs. Ira Gray taught In her place. Mary Alice Freeman spent Thursday in St. Louis. ,„ ulu „ t . „. „ ^ „.,„, , ters were Llslra BrarWn. Elm-r ; Ioail ,,„,,,. Pr3Ctics vm i "*' n rC< F ' 5hCr ' """ lcr '"M-lc-im Miss. Mary J . M , and Bclva Chapman. Th choruses at two-thirty EO ths 1 , they might attend the show. Twenty-one dollars and forty cents was cleared and this amount will be applied to llic memorial fund. BY SISTER KEA Service .Writer ' '.: You will find dried fruit ol anj variety an ever-present help! when economy must be given first .consideration In plannlngg meals. Adequate nourishment at a. minimum cost as well as'increased palatable- ness Is supplied by thc clever ..use of raisins, dales, prunes,* fljs, apfl- cots nnd the rest of the • Srled fruit family. . . .. • Raltlns especially are' any- to use because they require :rio; prp- llmlnary soaking as do mect.oC the other dried trulls. An excellent source of natuiVU su'gjir, .,,their aweelnc&s decreases the amount of sugar usually called for in a recipe. They add much to th e diet In other ways, Increasing the pal- stability of many plain dishes and furnishing iron to a high degree. Their calorie value, being almost 100 calorics per ounce, is also Important. One-Iourth cup raisina weighs |.l ounces and supplies 3 calorics of protein, 9 of f»t and 88 of carbohydrates. • Most of us use raisins and dales Ui pudding but do you ;knowthat hot-boiled beets'gain interest-and provide extra nourishment If serve 1 with a sauce to which raisins nave been added? The smnl! scedloss raisins are delicious in either a lemon or oraiigc siuce. The flavor of Hamburg steak is greatly improved by the addition of n few raisins. Chop raisins finely nnd work well with meat. Although the protein content of raisins Is much lower than tlial of beef, their Iron content compares favorably and they arc inexpensive and highly nutritious. Oilier meats bcsid c beef are nmdc more nppc((ztng |( combined with raisins. Raisin tauce with ham is traditional but seeded or seedless raisins simply can b sprinkled over th c ham while bak ing .with excellent cfTccl. Hot toiled tongue with raisin sauce baked stuffed heart v.itn raisin' sauce and braised liver with r.iLsln sauce nr c inexpensive and worthwhile meat dishes that owe im:ch of Ihclr popularity to the snnc» Dread puddings nnd rice pii" tilnss become n means ot nUdlir iron to Die diet when raisins o'r dates nr c included In Ihclr composition. Many salads are made more m- . itfaing nnd nourishing by tire ij. dlliou of dried fruits. Knisins ndd cd to raw vegetable salads and fruit salads Increase Ihfir food values. Prunes nrc good with n cnbbagc salad and arc often combined wllh cream or collate chcrsc and nuts. Dales mak* n delicate salnrt slutted with c-cnm cheese and mils and served with a French dressing made with o.-.-mge The next time you serve ri- 0 In place of potatoes, try the ;„,.,« ing raisin .sauce. Raisin Saurc On e cup white sauce i- grated. cheese. 1-2 cup slcamtd raisins. Arid cheese lo hot wliii- and when molted add raifip hot over hot water if punt once. be ing cup Keep Tomorrow's Menu BREAKFAST-liaknt apple oatmeal, cream, hct vcgctab'. crisp toast, milk, codec 0 ,-,. and cottage cl-.ccsc salad ",.•', ,,' milk, tea. ' *' ' DlNNER-BolM tongue w.-., sin sauce, candied wveel ;vVv creamed carrots, pv.ieappic .--T: dive salad, date and nut JVCM milk, coffee. FIRST CHIISTIAN CHUKCH E. K. Lilbwr, MlaMer Church school, 9:45 A. M. Holy Communion and sermon b th« minister at It A. M. Vesper and scrmonette, 5:30 P M. to 6:15 p. M. A cordial welcome awaits you « »11 services, • FIEST METHODIST CHURCH Main and Seventh Kti. • r. Q. KorJe, Tutor Worship and sermons, HAM and 7:30 P. M. Sunday school, 8:45 A, M. Junior league, 6:30 p. M. Woman's Missionary society, Mon day at 2:30 P. M, Board of Christian Education Monday, 7:30 P, M. Prayer meeting with men of tht church In charge at 7:30 p , M Wednesday. Chclr rehearsal, Wednesday, 8:1 SECOND' BAPTIST CHURCH J. L. NewMrn, FuUr Sunday school. 9:45 A. M., J D. Becker, superintendent. Sermon, H A. M. Subject: Th King's Highway". li. Y. P. U., 6:30 P. M., Rone Clilsin, director. Sermon, 7:30 P. M. Subject 'Being With Jesus". W. M. S., Monday," 2:30 P M Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 P. M, IAKE .STREET METHODIST CHURCH W. i. LeKty, Faster Sunday school, 8:45 A. M. . Morning worship and sermon b Rev. LcRoy on "The Satisfied o Lite," at 10:50 A. M. Rev. J. T. Heard will teacl the Wonder Blbl e Class. Evening worship and sermon b licy. Galloway at 7:30 P. M. Sunday afternoon beginning a P. M. members of the churcl will broadcast a special prograu over radio station KLCN. Hey. Paul Galloway will prenc, Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock on "How To Make One's Life Count. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Corner Walnut and Eighth Sts, Alfred S. Harwell, Pastor Teaching service, 9:45 A. M. ; G C. Miller, educational director. Sermon by the pas lor at 11 A M. and 7:30 P. M. Morning.subject: "Christ's Mes sage To The Churches". Evening subject: "Come" B. Y. 'P. U.'s, 6:15 P. M. Sunday school officers and tea chers meeting Wednesday, 7 P. M Mid-week service, ..Wednesday i-45 P. M, " "• * •• -• Choir rehearsal, Thursday 7-30 P. M., Mrs. Paul Tipton, leader Mrs. J. T. Hall at the organ. Tlie public Is Invited lo attend all services. Vou will especially enjoy the scr- ies of sermotis on "Christ's Mrs- sages To Th c Churches". The second of tlie series will be given a eleven o'clock, but for the bcnefi of those not present last Sundaj a brief resum^ of last Sunday's message will be given tomorrow, NAZARKNE CHURCH James A. Knssell, putor •"Jesus, said giving thants nl ways for all things. I iwonder 1 as a people haven't tried every thing else but this to make time better? Suppose we try glvini thanks for all things Sunday Bible School, 9-45 Preaching at eleven a.m. Evening worship begins prompt ly at seven-thirty. The N. Y. P. s. meets at 6:30 yourself to thesi Come and Join yonng people. A welcome nwait-s you. PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH H. }. Kleindtrnst, pa,to r, 9 a.m. Divine worship, 10 a.m. Ttemc "He Brought Him to Jesus," John ' :42. Bible class, 7:15 p.m. Evening worship, 8 p.m. Theme "Thc Saving Call." All are cordially invited. M. Call away, minister Sabbath school, 9:45 a.m. J Nick Thomns, superintendent. Morning worship, 11 o'clock. Scr non subject: "Skyrockets." F.vcning worship. 7:30 Thc pastor will preach. o'clock Christian Endeavor society, 6:30 ).nt. An open dlscusMon on ques- clety will feature this meeting. Mid-week prayer service, ncsday, 7:30 p.m. Thc Golden Text is. -.This is the :t«rnal life, and this lite Son.' (I John 5rll). ,., t ^ :mmore." (Psalms I6:in. The Lesson-Sermon will also in. — <-i'null »ui ai^u *ii Jude passages ftom Ib; Christian SATURDAY. JANUARY 16 1932 WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON — Jesus and Nicodemus Text: Thc laternationii Uniform Sin- Sch«*l Lns*. ftt JtMf , 7 aad NiccodtM day merit and ha made imag have and them This Ing 16. BY WM. E., O, D. Editor tt The Contrtjatknuiw If the stories In the New Testa- t had been highly elaborated full of detail, they would not ive been as widely read and have »de as deep an Impress upon the imagination and conscience as they *•""- made. It Is their simplicity meagerness of detail that give i such outstanding value. None tho less, there are times when we wish that we knew more about tame of the characters who to dramatically set before ui. Is particularly true concern- Nlcodemus, the prominent Pharisee who came to Jesus by night. ": Much has been made by preachers and commentators of the fact that Nlcodemus chose the night time for his visit. The worthy man has been subject to the imputation of cowardice, and yet the meager glimpses of the man that we have reveal him as anything but a coward. At a later time he defended Jesus under circumstances where even a word in behalf of the accused involved the greatest danger to himself. The fact that Nicodemus came was evidence of his fairness of mind and his eagerness to know the truth. The fact that he chose the. night for his visit simply indicates tho reasonable caution ol the 'truth seeker and the man who feels the responsibility of his iwsi- tlon. ,At this stage of his approach to Jesus he was an investigator. Jesus evidently recognized his deep sincerity, for he treated his visitor with the utmost courtesy' and patience. H is true that lie spoke with great plainness, but he did Nicodemus the justice ot treating him with candor -and honesty. ' ! , Nicodemus , it should be noteflj was a Pharisee. If for Pharisee everywhere in the New Testament Health' with Key to the Script- tures," by Mary Baker Eddy, one of which reads, "When being is uil- derstood v Life will be recognized as neither material nor finite, but as infinite.—as God, universal good; aridrthe belkf -that life, or mind, w*s ever in a finite form, or good to' evil, will be destroyed." (page 16). : • . . Osceqla ,../ Society— Personal Mrs. J. H. Lovewell was hostess to the three table bridge club to which she belongs entertaining an extra table of guests in compliment to her daughter, Mrs. Thad Felton of Houston, Texas, who is visiting here. High score club prize was awarded Mrs. J. L. Ward. Mrs. II. L. Driver won high guest prize, Miss Catherine Harwell cut consolation and the honoree was presented a dainty favor. Guests besides the club members and the honoree were Mesdames Wclby Young, Milton Pope, H. L. Driver, W. E. Hunt, and L. D. Massey, Miss Blanche Cleere and Miss Catherine Harwell. • • • Mrs. Milton Pope enlertained the two table bridge club to which she belongs and an extra table of gu.?sts at he home of Mrs. W. F,. Hunt in Osceola Friday afternoon. High escore club prize was given Mrs. C. E. Sullengcr, Mrs. Ben Butler won high score guest prize and Mrs. Thad Felton of Houston, Tex, who is visiting in Osccob, was presented a favor. Guests besides the club members were Atesdames Ben Butler, C. B. Driver, Welby Young, J. H. Lovewell and Thad Felton. club to which she belongs at the FIRST PPF«RVTI-I>I.^ r..umr*. cluo to ''"' cn snc 0flon Z s M tnc tasl flays the ting. N 4Lh M ^n CHURCH home of Mrs . c . B. Driver Friday playing to the trick! let inann 1*1. l/allawav. minister ~..~..i— ~ * A,. . . . evening. we should substitute the words "church member," the true effect of the reference would be much better apprehended. The Pharisees were In reality the earnest and devout party In Israel. When Jesus contrasted the Pharisee and the publican at prayer, he did not intend for a moment to suggest that publicans were better than Pliarisees. What he was pointing out was that even the Pharisee in his religious pride might have less reality of religion than a publican who felt his hu- rhilllyv and in whose soul there jvas, a real quest o frighteousness. • • * '.. evidently represented what was' best in Pharisaism. He was, jealous to know the right and tp,.dp ; the right. Jesus, therefore, struck at the very center of the problem of religion and life. !le expounded to Nicodemus the doctrine of the New Birth—the fact that religion must bring to men a regeneration of Inner thought and not merely a conformity to outward standards, it was a doctrine that Nicodemus found hard to understand, chiefly because lie approached the whole nut'Stlon with more formal conceptions of religion. But Nicodemus has not been alone in this. The whole Chris- lian world has been slow to appreciate the reality ot an incident and teaching such as we • flriil in this lesson. Thc proof of that js simply in the fact that tl:e Christian church has Jaid SB much more stress upon formal observance than upon the reality of Christian living. DRiDGEE ARTICLE NO. 420 BIT WM. E. McKENNEY S?olttary American BrMfe League This Is the last of three hands explaining the hold-up at no trump. In the t'f o previous hands,'.we found a-here, it..-was:advisable for the declareif'to-'refuse to win the opponents' suit ;until the third round. Now .we wish to impress upon our readers the fact that we do not necessarily mean liiat the declarer should nlivays hold up on th e opponents' sul'. the hold-up should only bo cm- ployed when it works to Ihe advantage of the declarer. In the ioliowing hand there is no advantage for the declarer in the hold-up, therefore It should :iot be employed. , as to which suit to On the lourth club East 4 V • * 40-106-5-3 VK-8-4 • 9-4 +10-9-5 4 V • * <V A-10-9-6 Q-10-3-2 A-J-6-2 NORTH fe 5 $ <q Dwler SOUTH A-9-2 Q-J-3 A-J-7-6 K-e-3 4K-J-6. 7 ¥7-5-2 • K-8-5 *8-7-4 420 Af.ain we find South playing th« ;-..inrt at a game contract in r.o trump. West's best attach against tlr: Mrs. James Driver entertained no irump contract Is his fourth the three table contract bridge spade, the five, on which fore, if both finesses work, Ihc declarer will make a grand s!am, so all that the declarer could do by holding off would b6 to lose two tricks. : In this example, tlie declarer' should win.the first trick with tl: ace. He should then i-ui{""oil ri_ club suit, hoping that on Hip fourth club he may get some indication finesse. _.. ^..^ dropped th e seven of spaces and West discarded the four of di'4- monds, so the declarer now starl- ed his diamond suit. Thc finesse worked and the declarer runs of! four Diamond tricks,' winning thc last diamond in his own hand. He can now lead his queen of hearts end if West refuses to cover, he nay safely lake thc finesse. Even Ihough it fails, he has still made his contract of throe no trurrtp and he should now play for the extra tricks. (Copyright, 1932, NEA Service, Ind) Detroit Parsons Win Over Divorce Judges DETfiOtT. (UpTlovcr two ana one-half tim->s as in.iny couples were married in Detroit during 1S3I as were separated by divorce, afj- cordiiiu to the annual Circuit court, Thc report shows that 13,272 marriage licenses were issued compared with -,!3,M2 the preceding year. Divorce records show-5,- 5t3 decrees were grunted, G-H les? than thc 1930 total. East- rlays the ting. Now before us again Guests besides the club members i is Assured jcount up the declarer's hand.°Hc Courier News Wint Ads Pay. were Mrs. Wclby Young and Mrs.;iieii:, one diamond and four Thad Felton. High _scorc prize was j chilis, or seven tricks in all won by Mrs. H. L. Quhm with second high score going to Mrs. Hale Jackson. Ayers jr., entertained the . . , v "• "" <i"^ M£a Ayera jr., t-nu'riainca me T ^« , y , mcm j crs "' th es °- newiy organUcd ftlday Night club lety will feature this of ^'^ boys and givls at his '" home w.est of town Friday evening, dancing and stunts were enjoyed hroughout the evening. Two new members, Richard Cromer and Msdeline Ellen Edrington. K-ere Initiated. Twenty-one guests were present. • • • Mrs. F. P. Jacobs and Mrs. Chas. Lowrance jr.. arc spending (ho week In St. Louis where they nrc ASSEMBLY OF G01> CHURCH Sc«lh Lilly Slrr-fl R. A. Work, IMslor Sunday school. 8:45 A. M.. M. W, lunningham. superintendent. Church, 11 A. M. Evening praise, TMO p. M, Christ Ambassadors. G p. M. „ ... „., _ All arc rrrdlally invited. visiting Mrs. A. Hunter. r.,,o,cT-,. ' »"» Cora Lee Coleman of Bly,; . .r SCIENCE CHURCH thcvlllt was a business visitor in "Lile" if tlie subject ot the I^cs- Osccola yesterday. She was accom- •on-Scrmon lo t? read in thc panlcd by Miss Mattle Melton.dis- ^hrlstian Science service Sunday trfct home demonstration agei;l nornlng at It o'clock at thc Hotel from Little Rock, who bft yesterday afternoon after spending two days with Miss visiting order to go game a finesse rmi'.r be taken and ho has [wo po^blo fincrses—tho heart suit can be fincssfd into thc Easl hand or the "" " suit flncssccl inlo ihe Wo.t hand. But Ihere arc only four 5pades between the declarer and dummy's hand, which means Hint ;hcre are nine spades oat inning. West has led thc flv- ihc dummy has the four and the declarer has Ihe deuce, therefore at bed West can hold only fr/o spaocs. One thins is certain - 'lis declarer knows that the spades arc divided five-four. Tfr (iccl.irer can only hold up uniil tho third round, so that both of Ihe opponents will still have n L- left to put thc long hand If the king of hca.",s to lie In the West hanri MATERNITY HOSPITAL for unfortunate girls; secluded, private, rates reasonable. For Information write Fairmount Hospital, 311 East 127th, Kansas City, Missouri. Bssassss F«r fewer and c*I(U this winter Me the new Vlck Plan for better In ...^ uvtuvii ii'xi IS. nils 15 the OATS Wltn MISS ^oiemBn VISHlIig . . record, (hat God 1,,-ith giv«u to us home demonstration clubs in this " ' t eternal life, and thi n ha onnty. Rev. C. E. Welch, pastor of the . . . . , Among ihc cil.nlons from thc First Baptist church, went to Hot Bible Is Ihe followii.ij: "Thou wil ....... Bible Is (lie follown.p: "Thou will Springs yesterday aflcrncon where hew me the path of life; In thy he will preach at the Central Bayi- >r?scnce is fulness of joy at thy tijt church Sunday morning, ight Iinud there arc pleasures for Mesdames F. A. Howse. Albert Behrens, Georfe Bailout Und S. M lodges attended the Coc.nty P. T. • = •• .iuiii tl..; ^llllaLlllll ff Science Textbook. "Science and ay, council meeting in Arrnorel Fri- . — *•• ll "- HC3t 1L*>1.1 artt th c king of diamonds in the «H hand, the declarer can make grand slam at no trump, so llicrc Is absolutely no advantage m the hold-up. If (he first finesse is tried fails, the declarer t go game, and as slated be- 666 666 Liquid or Tablets used Intcnul- Ij- and «« Salve externally, m»kc i complete and effective treatment for Cold*. 85,000 in Cash Prizes I Ask lour Druggist for Particulars Sweet Cre»« Bntter &c l.b. BENNETT'S PASTEURIZED MILK .lie Qwrt Delivered rhoac 74 Paving District No. 2 niul ;> Would you like to receive notice from thc sherilT ih.n your property is being advertised tor ;;ito? Well, thai is ox,icily what will happen to you ;;r.:t.v, your- tax is paid befor c it:; 20th of* this monlh. .C. J. EVRARD, Collector.

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