BLYTHEVrLLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS This Looks Like a Love Maloh THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1031 Stickmon will > e.n- a bridge party com- sister, . Mrs. . Joe Texas. : ..< <-.•.:• Dorcas Sunday school dais j-"pf the'•First Baptist church is i r nseel!ng";witii Mrs. J. T Ashley at ('.Aitnorel- at 8 o'clock. «£;'•.••. f" : Saturday ll^The ^cman's club vdll have s. ifceoefit bridge and rock party at titit dub house at 2:3fl o'clock, fjv/njerc will be' ; « : lite 'story hour i;at the library at 10:?0 a. m. (or -ot, all ages! : Most Beautiful Girls In U. S. Club.' .'.'-'• Cjurrol Blakcmorc enter- the'MaUnee Bridge clubyes- ; terday afternoon when she also had %as her S(ie$ts Mrs. Wilbur Stewart, : :i of Tulsa, Okla., and Miss Margaret JCross. ~ --.••• '.--.. ?,vln th£ contract • bridge games ?Mrs. JtaiKts Carpenter won the J'club prize and the guest award ifini to Miss Cross. Both received *«i»rl handkerchiefs. f|.',The hosless 1 refreshed the eight fplayers' with a frozen salad, served ;With sandwiches and tea. VT» Give Recital. :|£Mrs.-p.' A. Harwell will present '.•'number of her piano students in ijfii recital Friday evening, 8:15 o'clock |-.at:-the Wqinan's,club, for parents randfriendrdf the.pupils! IS-These Will. • participate: Jessie r:-Irene Livingston, Mary Jo Buch&n: Van/Willie Lynn Edwards, Dola Har- I;well, Ann Buchanan, Catherine LJ.v- I.Slngstdn, Joyce Somners and Eliza- j : 'betb' Edwards. • jV;All are cordially invited, 5.Contract aad Atctfen Bridie t'T» ;Be Hayed at Braefit Party. |-.'-i'Both'contract and auction bridge has'well as rook, -*-ill be played at ths j; benefit parly sponsored by the Wo- }.'-nian's. club Saturday afternoon, 2:30 ? ; tf clock, it the Roman's club. K -'•'.:*;'Dumber of.'Interesting" prizes Knave been donated by local mer- li-ihants which will ! be distributed -among winners of the'three games. ;-.V;As this~is. the* only affair of its : kind planned for the summer sea- ton by this group, extensive ar- ;rangements are being'made for a ; delightful affair. ; v-tTab!es -inay te' reserved at 50 e*rnt* per player. . !xie, famed for its beautiful women, upheld the honor when Us eprivsentativcs won tha two highest places in the national Judging t the International beauty contest. at Galvejton, Tex. Anne Lee atterson/ right, blond, blue-eyed and .18. representing northern Kentucky, was selected "Miss United States," and Lena Thomas, left, "Miss Memphis," »«s runner-up. Society—Personal'- wDr. and--Mrs. J. w. Robins attended the play "Happy Valley" •Priesentea by the womans Council ;?!rtheville( Wednesday eve^iiiB.*' v.R. E. Jrakes transacted business .at: Sikeston.Wednesday. .fy'.Vz. and Mrs. 'Abner Ashcrait /Kjnnounce the birth of a son, on . iKonday, June 8th. .\--fy The.following, "enjoyed a picnic j'iiiear'Neur Madrid, Sunday: Mr. irsna-.Mrs.JI. p. Carter, Mr. and .j:Mrs. Robert Wells, Mr. and Mrs. i -Dan Alexander. and family, Mr. js : and Mrs. Vemon Wells, Mr. and 15 Mrs. T. T i: Bain, Mr. and Mrs. Ce- ycll Campbell, Mrs. Parker Turner, jlJEsses • Evelyn ' BIggart, Eloulse -.-Clarko and.Ezra Taibert, Lyn Earls •'a.nd : Mflnis Turner. .Curry visited friends nt § .... Oat; Mo., Sunday. j.-f;MrsI. Charles Jenkins and chil- ^ dren spent" Wednesday at Manila, 3 -Ark... • . Hf Mrs. J. K. Bums and son are .^.spending this week at Bsnton, Mo. jt^Mrs. I. B. Stewart of Blythcville j .fisited her daughter, Mrs. G. G j Travis, Sunday. 3-A" Mrs. Bessie Kelley and daughter t; Miss Lee Nell and Miss Inez Huey - :pi Martin, Tenn., with John Head „;«! ?nioa City, Tenn., spent Sun- J .day with Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Rob- ';- : Mrs. Andy Overturf and daughter 'visited., in BlythcMHe,' Friday Serbs Explaining , Ihc Contract .. BfWge .Sjrsfcms ARTICLE NO. 238 - BY WM. t. McKENMEY •cretary American Bridie League The declarer In the following and applies good card reading to make his contract cleverly. AA-J-8 V9-8-7 4K-10-5 *K-10-6.4 s f-:CecU Brown and Floyd Smith ,f were Memphis visitors,: Sunday. ;j.-; Virginia lee of Caruthersville'is jj_ spending thls>e«k' as the guest o "-•and Mrs. ;j.''H. Workman and Brooklyn. IJ.-Y with -Mr. San Bits of News Mostly Personal BRIDGE A 7-6-4 V^.IO- 4 Q-J. , 8-2 +A NORTH H m Denier SOUTH AK-Q-3 VQ-4-2 » 7-4-3 +7-5, 3-7 At *10-9-5-2 VA-K. 4A-9-6 4Q-J-9-8 The Blddlni either auction or contract Mrs. Joe Von Almcn Is visiting relallvcs in Covinglon. Tcnn. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Slmonlon and son have returned to their lomc lu Covinglon, Tenn., alter a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Blakcmore. Mrs. Slmonlon Is Mrs. Blakcinore's sister. Harry Hill of Jonesboro is tran- actlng business here. Mrs. May L. Aldrldgc will return today from a business trip to Chicago. She' was accompanied by her brother, Louis Aldridge, of Hint clly who was here for several weeks. C. A. Cunningham has gone to Toronto and Montreal, Canada, Buffalo, N. Y., and New York city from where 1» will sail for Jacksonville, Fla., before returning home. Ho will be away a month. Miss Adnli Dunavont is spending today in Memphis. Miss Lois Davis will spend a part of her two weeks vacation in Memphis and St. Louis. Roy A, Dean returned to his home In Monroe,, La., loday after a two weeks stay with Mr. • and Mrs. Samuel F. Norrls. Mrs. Dean and daughter, June Elaine, are remaui- '.ng for a longer visit. Miss Keturah Neely Is In Paragould for a few days visit. Miss Mnry Ardcn Galloway is spending her vacation in Covington, Tcnn., her home. Mrs. W. B. McMnllin expects to leave within a few days for a short visit In Oakridgc anil Springfield, Mo. Ralph Child*, of Joncsboro, was a visitor in the city yesterday. Howard Jenkins, ot Sleele, Mo., was the guest, of Miss Elizabeth Miller yesterday. Miss Eslra Livingston Is a patient, at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mr. and Mrs. w. D. Gravette and daughters. Misses Dcima, Maurice and Beverly, left tcday for a week's stay In-Hardy; . The Rev. Marsh" M. Caltaway, Mrs. Leslie Hooprr, Misses Lois Hooper, Jeanne Harrison, Mabel Simon and Margaret Keck and John McDowell and Marsh Callawny~jr., will return tonight from Camp Petit Jean, near MorrlHon, Ark., where they attended the annual summer conference of young people in Pres- Ibytcrlnn churches of Arkansas. Mr. The declarer's next play Is the Callawuy wns a member of the lac- Wilson Society—Personal family of Conway spent Ihe v;c:>!<- cnd with fiiends and relative; here. Paul Wiggins spent last week-enj 'at Hayti with celativei. : i Mr. nnd Mrs. Gaytha Porter an- iiunnce the uirth of a itaug:uar on June 14'.h, She has been named l\v r a'nef'Mrs. J. D. k Mr. nnd Mrs. G. C. Hudson and , Mr am i'M rs j D MC-^IZ'S family have as their guest Mr, Hud- j had as lhe i r ^^'.^ p:iS , s vcc ' k son s niece Miss Virginia Hudson, j Mr5 McK cn2ie's niece, Mits LDinse Eistner Bcnll has returned home. Ferguson of Marlnnna. fiom the University of Arkansas to spend his vacation with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George McGinty i and family spent Sunday afternoon: in Osceola. Miss Mary Kuthtyn Thompson i nr.cl &igene Thompson of Memphis 1 A ]?.rgc- crowd enjoyed th; dai'.c; visited here Sunday. i at llifihlower Vnday niaht. TliEie S. T. Knocl-.s and daughter of \ are v.-cekly aifairs to which the Memphis visited friends hero Sim-, public is invited. Tuck Glafcoe av.d Cardy Westbrook of McFcrrln visiud lure Sunday. Hiyhtower News Clara Bou- said tlie other day she didn't intend to marry for a year, but take a look at this picture. Clara seems rather blissfully happy i in the arms of Rex Bell, screen actor. She is now recuperating ' from her recent illness at Bell's Navada ranch. day. Misses Matlla Lee Ferguson, Juanita Greer nnd Lesta Porter motored to Memphis Sunday. They were accompanied homo by Virginia and Jinvmie Ferguson who'have, been visiting relatives Ihere for the past week. Clyde, Earl and Harold Billiard alicnded to business In Little Hock Saturday. | Raymond Cotner arrived - here Saturday to spend the summer montlts with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sic;!; of Blythcville and Miss Gladys Clayton and Lon Hhoiies motored to O£- ceola Sunday for a swim in th2 pool. Miss Barbara Frje of Pocshontas spent the past week-end with friends here. Arthur Hudson and Wm. Rogers with relatives at Charleston, St. Louis nnd Cape Gi- rardcnu, Mo., for two weeks. Mr. Harp 1ms returned home but other members ol his family will remain lor a longer stay in Charleston. E. J. Slmltz, of Milwaukee. Wis., attended to business here yesterday. Mrs. Walter Wood, of Luxora, shopixxl hero today. Albert Arndt, of St .Louis, was a business visitor in the city loday. W. c. lligginson will go to Cor- intli. Miss., tomorrow where he will spend the week-end. He will be accompanied home by Mrs. Higgln- soh ar.d Mrs. Max B. Reid who have been spending a week there. ••-•Jinimie Lyons, of- Paragould, Hayti Society—Personal Lowry Pace ami Miss Cassic Clayton motored to Turrell Sunday afternoon. They were accompanisd by Miss Barbara Frye who went from there to her home at Pocsihontas. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. nancy and Horntr Crouch nnd Auburn Ii;ene visited friends ai Liulo Wilson rldny night. Gcrcion Robertson was ilic ^uest of Tom Simpson uf Little. Wilson Saturday night- ibs H'.:c Smart, of Midway visited Mabk 1 Fondren, Saturda,- at- l^nican. Cicokc 1 and family were visitors, Saturday aft-er- C. E. Luxoru r.oor.. Kalpii Simpson ant! Ciaudo CDOke visited friendr, ar.d rc'l.'.tivos at Liu'e Wilson Sunday. Church services were conducted by Rev. gtanrieid at Mr. liay's Sunday evening. Mabh Fcndrcn, To:n Simpson and Gordon Robertson wen dinner guests day. of Helen Ccoke, Sun- I.1QU1U OK TAHI.KTS Relieves a HcaLviuhi: or Ncur in 30 iniiiutes, checks \i Cell! first day, and checks Mal.-ui: llir.-c days. Gfili Si'.lvc for Baby's Cold Ihi: in The Young Women's Auxiliary met at the Baptist church Tuesday evening with 10 members and live visitors present. Tile business session was conducted by Miss Ednj Khourie alter which a short, program \viis rendered. At the close of the meeting dainty refreshments were served by the following hostesses: Misses Ruby Pulhm, Thelma Alexander nnd Clara Gilliam. transacted business, here today. •''Mr. and Mrs? •L:'"r,;'"Ward and son, Lloyd jr., went to Hardy yes- i tained with- a party at her home terday where they will spend the I Tuesday afternoon honoring the Bth Mrs. S. H. Pendenjrass entcr- suinmer nt their cottage on Spriiv river, Mrs. L. E. Story Is quite ill at the home of lior parents, Dr. and birthday of her daughter. Virginia. Tiie guest list included members of Virginia's music club with their instructor. Gumes were enjoyed thru- eight of hearts, deliberately'throw- ing West-'in.the lead to make his :hree yood heurts. Oil West's three ulty... Philip Robinson returned- to villc.'Teiuv, yesterday after sperid- leart tricks, the declarer discords'ing his vacation with his parents, his three spades and the Jack an*,Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Robinson. He eight of spades in dummy. Tt was accompanied by Prince W, D makes no dlflerence what East dis- Bondlil, of New York city. cards. West is now helpless, If hc| Misses Vclnia nnd Eloise Harper, leads a simill diamond, the declarer ol Joncsboro, are the guests of Miss will allow it to ride to his nine Marie Rlggins this week. spot and win the last two tricks' Z. M. McCarroll, ~of Walnut with the ace and king of diamonds.'Ridge, Is attending to business here II the queen ot diamonds Is led byl today. West, declarer will win it with the Miss Mildred Lang has returned ace nnd then take the diamond from a week's stay with friends at finesse In dummy. . Caruthersville and Reeltoot Lake. By correctly reading West's hand' Mr. nnd Mrs. William Lang and and then deliberately throwing him family will attend a bridge party in the lead so that ho could cash given In Luxora tonight by Mrs. A. three good tricks the declarer Llverant for Mrs. Louie Lyorts of makes a clever end play that nl- Memphis, lows him to make his contract of Mrs. N. O. Lyell of Boligee. Ala., Mrs..C. E. Wilson. out the afternoon after which re- Loiits Matz, of Tupelo, Miss., is ireshments were served, ho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joe ... Kleba:;. Mr. and Mrs. Rrxly Jabour and Mrs fc N.'E. Parks returned to her i children and Mr. and Mrs. Philip lome m Oxford, Miss., the first, of IHarnra and children of Caruthers- .he wee kafter 11 visit with Mr and | ville w ere dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W v O.,Lcggctt. She was ac- ! Mrs - Wolf Khourie Wednesday eve- compnnied home by Minnie Lee and Billy Leggett who will spend a month there and Mr. Lcggett who hns already returned here. Mr. and Mrs. p. s. Bond, of •lemphls, spent last xveek-end with Mr. and Ms. W. C. Lcggett. They were accompanied home by Miss Louise Legfett who is now visiting' and Mrs. George Cameron Sunday. ' 3rr '5, Miss .Mildred Ola- three no trump. (Copyright, 1931, NEA Service, Inc.) .„ and Mrs. B.-iC'eteelc and ^.family motored' to N .*Urston, Mo J.;8unday afternoon. _ 'i^ •* £llonn Moore "of Brooi *-7tpeht last .week ? Hamra of here. 'iT-Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie'Rhodes •a-Jilted -in Paducah, Ky, Sunday. ^ V, IS. M«tor VeWcfes :/ DMuoate Argentina ;BDENO6 AIRES, (UP)—United , feui manufactured vehicles dom- !:jnattd'tht motor car and'motor 1 ~ H aftd motor truck importations •Argentina during April, fficlal " " I'reveal. a total or i passenger cars and «2 trucks 1 the following countries re- i^ia»««n«r can ^United States ' ijf;; Englawl, 10;' Italy, 10; Ger- South, the dealer, would open with me no trump. West pa&s. At auc- ion, North would pass, but at con- racl, having three suits slopped md what is known as a Cavendish distribution—that is, a distrlbu- lon of four, three, three, three- he jumps the contract to three no .rump. All pass. The Pity West's proper opening is his fourth best heart—the five spot. Dummy plays the seven and East covers with the queen, declarer winning the trick with nee. South, the declarer, Immediately establishes his club suit by leading Ihe queen which West is forced to win with the ace. Tho jack of hearts Is returned by West and won by the declarer with the king. The declarer leads the eight of clubs for the next trick, West discarding the four of spades, dummy winning me trick ulth the king of clubs, and East following wilh the three of clubs. Now the sis of clubs 1s re- urned from dummy, East playing the five, declarer the nine and Wcsl discards the six of spades. Now the jack ot clubs Is led by' the declarer, and fortunately for him the West player was one who believed is discarding high cards to show his strong suit. West plays thi Lutes Ballplayer Breaks Leg in Fall From Truck "Highpockels" Self, member ol the Lutes ball team broke his ight leg. when lie fell from nn lulo trailer yesterday afternoon. Lutes to tho Mid- mile north of this enroute from light Inn, a city. Self's right leg was broken in wo places jasl above the nnkle. He wns brought to the local hospital and will probably bo. carried to Memphis today for treatment. Self, a young farmer, lives about a mile east of Lutes store. spent last week-end with Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Huffman. Mrs. J. W. Temple has returned to her homo in Lylc, Tenn,. after a two months stay with her daughter. Mrs. E. M. Huffman, and family. Mrs. E. M. Huffman and son, Atvin Huffman, accompanied by Mrs. J. W. Temple and Mrs. O. W. tones, of Lyle, Tcnn., spent Tuesday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. II. L. TInrp and amily have been vacationing in Negress Bound Over On Assault Charge CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo. — Ora Carlcton, has been bound over to await the action of the grand jur.\ on a charge of assault with Intcni to kill. She is alleged to have struck Wil Ross, negro, with a coulter that had been used on ti new plow,, fracturing Ross' head. The woman claimed, It is understood, that the ne- gro had attacked her with a razor and she struck in self defense. Relax Tense, "NERVES" SV7; France, 2. nited : States, 402. . . fin '/MiMt 'product; described as ' "" ' i» being manu- from eottooMcd. It Is I Bke meat for sandwich filling. £-;|Hch a. protein. Want Adi far. eight of diamonds, dummy the lei of .clubs and East plays his las club—the seven spot. 'he declarer now reasons lhat West docs not hold Ihe 'king or queen of spades or he would not have discarded his two small spades, He undoubtedly holds the queen and Jack of diamonds. Declarer further reasons that West should also have a small diamond. The-only point In question is: did West originally hold four or five hearts?.K he originally held five hearts, he now holds but ti singleton spade. The only chance th; declarer has to go game Is to find West with a singleton spade. Therefore, declarer plays a small spade to dummy's ace, West following I with the seven spot and East the Marriage of Couple Here Announced COOTER, Mo. — Announcement was made yesterday ol the marriage at Blytlicvtllc of Miss Alice K. Berryman ol New Madrid and Edward While of Cooter. The Rev. r. Q. Rorie, pastor of the First Methodist church nt Blythevillc. performed the ceremony. The bride, a graduate ol the Nr«Madrid high school nnd Brown's business college at Memphis, is \],o daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hiram Berryman. Mr. White, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. O. While of Cooler, is a graduate of the local high school. He is now employed as chics timekeeper for the U, S, fleet at West Memphis. Loss of Sleep, Crankiness, Headache, Neuralgia, Indigestion nnd Fatigue are common results of over-work and nerve strain. • Miss Ruth Sheets, a charming Michigan school teacher says: "J have lafcen your Ngru- ine during my college work and when J get those nervous spelts after a Jwzrd dny'j leeching. I am sending my mother's name (o you. Will you please send her a trial package?" Relax your tense nerves \vilh the same reliable medicine Miss Sheets found so effective. Get il at your drug sforc. Large boifle $2.00 Smal! 23c. Money bscfe i/ you are no! ning. Mrs. Dan Dortch of Thayer, Mo., is t'.ie guest of her brother, Bah Doric!] and family. Mr. and Mrs. Angclo .Mahoulis! motored to Blythevillc -Tuesday. Mr. and Mre. Marshall Cameron of FuUon, Ky., were guests of Mr. M. Huffmanm. - Mrs. E, Needy Blind May Apply Now for State Pensions LITTLE ROCJr:, June 18 (UP)Applications for pensions for the needy blind authorized by the 1931 jcmeral assembly may be filed nt lime with the chancery court clerks throughout the state, the state auditor's office anounced today. Money (or Ihc pension is de- rivod from $10 tax on each pool table in the stale. The pension cannot exceed $25 a month. Dorris visited his wife and small soon af, tne Methodist hospital there while Mrs. Shainberi; and Mt;s Ohhnn visited their parents. New Face Powder Oil Ull If you have large i»res iue a face pouder that wilt not clog them. A new French process called MELLO-GLO makes Ihe skin look young, slays on longer, furnishes a youthful bloom, does not irrilate the skin or make It look pasty or flaky. Spreads smoothly. Try this new wonderful Face Powder MELLO-GLO. —Adv. 12 500 Lollypops To children between (> and Ifi ycni's old we will give absolutely FUKK, from Ihrce to four o'clock tomorrow afternoon, 500 Lollyjiops. Dollar Bills In Some of Them Friday, June 19 3 lo -1 P. .M. Boys' and Girls' Sizes .£1.98 All colors and coinliinalions ... one anci two-piece slylcs - . . all sizes for every age. These speclacular values arc establishing J. C. Penney Co. as the bathing suit headquarters for the entire family. Ill During hot weather, Ihc Unvd pile needs to he hN'c ever for all the extra baths and for swimmin? needs. advanrasc of this timely value . . . ihc more you buv more you save] Colored borders, also gtrbcs and'block patterns. DEPARTMENT • STORE 220-222 W Main St. Hlylheville, Ai'k.
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