The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 16, 1932 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 16, 1932
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PAGB TWO BLYTpVILLE. (ARK.y COURIER Society Calcndai The Rurrllin Claw of tbe First Baptist church is having ita reg- utar. busloea meetlDf at 7:30 with Jlrs. Clarence VoUmer. The u. tha. home of Mrs. Roy Carman, on 4th street. the number* of the ' T. A. ot the having a social meeting «t 3 o'clock. The members vlii plant a tree on the school grounds In celebration ot the Bicentennial of George Washington. The Delphian chapter will ho'd ita regular meeting Wednesday morning tt 9 o'clock In the Hotel Noble with Mrs. T. E. Tate as leader. • Thinday The Mid-Week Bridge club is meeting, with Mrs. Max O. Osrey this afternoon. 'Mrs. Russell Phillips has the Thursday Luncheon club today. The members of the Matlnse Bridge club are being entertained in the home of Mrs. Hubert Potter. Members of the Woman's Council of the First Christian church are having a tewing party this afternoon with Mrs. A. M. Wosli- hurn. ..-.-' The Berean-Bible class ot the First Presbyterian church is having '^George Washington party, 8 P-ra, in the church. All friends are inrtted. FrH»y The Elliott Fletcher chapter -of the u. D. C. and the American Legion' Auxiliary are having a Joint program at 9 o'clock this .evening in the city auditorium observing tie George, Washington Bicentennial. General Charles A. Desaussure, commandcr-ln-chief of the "United Confederate Veterans, and Msjor O. L. Bodenhamer, past na, Uorul commtnder of the American Legion, will be honored gufsta. The music department of the . Woman's Wub fc meeting at 3 o'clock in the home of Mrs. J. E. Critz. The Blytheville unit of the Junior HaUssah-wUl present a JubiJee at the Temple Israel at 8 pjn, Cm? 4 Mel Group 4, of.thejttchers-.of Mississippi county held an nil-day meeting Friday at the Brown school at Brown's Spur. There were te_achers from Brown, Now Harmony, Daugherty, New Hope, Shady Grove, Black/Water, Mllllgan Ridge, Rocky, Pawhcen, Skidway, Box Elder, Boynton, Brush Arbor, Lost Cane Happy Corner and Carml. An interesting program was carried out with Ira Watkins g'iv- fag demonstrations of .the intermediate group. A short conference was held with Miss Winnie V. Turner in charge. How .to teach spelling in the upper grades was Mrs. Vera Price and how to teach spelling in primary grades was given by Miss Catherine Miller. Miss Turner also had charge of the study program, with Miss Willie Lawson, county superintendent closing the day with talk on "Assignments and Home Study". OBcen Elected fir Womu'i AMillary. Mrs. B. R. Allen was elected president of the Woman's Auillltiry of the First Presbyterian church at its regular meeting Monday afternoon in the churcb. Mrs. Ray Wor- thlngton will serve as treasurer and the new- officers .will be Installed at the March meeting. Mrs. James B. Clark supervised an interesting program on "China," and Mrs. T. J. Mahan led the devotional period. . • . » . * Baptist Circles H«e Jolnl The circles of'the; Woman's Missionary society of the First Baptist church held, joint session In the church Monday afternoon with 18 members present. Mrs,i_R. L. Reeder was program leader, using "Christianity as the Bulwark of Our Nation." The devotional was taken from the 13th chapter of Corinthians on subject, "The Love of God."- Mrs. Will Rodgers and Mrs M - °. Outlaw gave interesting A business session concluded the gathering with Mrs. J. w. Bishop in charge. . First Christian church Monday Mrs. M. T. Moon. During tlie b - the president, plans were perfected for raising money for Ihe organizations work, with the Faith group to •s. John McHoney next Tuesday, while tlie Hope group plans a hot tamale supper soon and Ihe hour was enjoyed with McLeod giving a refreshment cours:. • • • Missionary Society The Woman's Missionary .. home of Mrs. J. C. Harnlsh Monday afternoon with 14 members nixl Metdames B, A. Bugg, D, B, Barks, W. D. Chlsm and Everett Bailey as guests. Mrs. W. M. Blaylock opened with prayer, Mrs. W. M. McFarland led a brief devotional session with scripture reading from 1st Psalm, in keeping with the scripture reading little Nina Overton sang a solo, "I Shall Not Be Moved." Mrs. W. R. Chlsm gave a reading and prayers were offered by Mrs. Marvin Lane and Mrs. J. C. Harnish. A social hour was enjoyed with the hostess, Mr*. Leslie Moore and Mrs. Sam Overton os co-hostesses osslted by Mrs. B. A. Bugg In charge of the entertainment. The combination valentine and George Washington motit was carried out in the decorations as well as the refreshments with heart shaped Individual cherry pies, whipped cream toasted pecans and coffee being served. . The society was glad to have Mrs. B. A. Morris with them again after five weeks' absence on account of illness. Revival Continues, The revival being conducted at the Assembly of God church on Lilly street will continue for nn indefinite length of time with services held each evening at 7 o'clock by the evangqllst, W. E. Thurmond. Ench sermon promises lo be helpful, uplifting and inspiring, and special musical numbers «»e given by the Thurmond trio.". Mn. Hires HJU Netfhbon. ........ ,,n of the new of-' -..— -„/.: th* year was held ' ias't evening when the Royal Neighbors met hi the home of Mrs. a G; Hires on Division street. There was an extraordinary good attendance. Alter the .regular business was chposcd of, the hostess ferved a light refreshmenl course. Has Valentine Parly. Mrs. B. F. Darby entertained the Recce school children with n valentine party Saturday afternoon al her home on the Clear Lake road, -re were 39 present with Norjna — Junior Crow of Blytheville and Mrs. Willie Thornton of New Liberty as guests. Games were enjoyed from-1 o'clock until 5, when 'the ostess served ham sandwiches and ruits. The main feature of the party •as the ride on tlw Darby shet- ind pony afforded each of the lit- le guests. onnj People's Society lecis Officers for Year. The Young People's Society of he Assembly of God Church on LI y street met Sunday afternoon with 22 members present. Officers ere elected for the year with Miss innle statcup to serve as prcsl- ent. other officers ore vicc-presl- ent, Miss Maxlnc Boswcll- sen- ary-treasurer. Miss Irene Travis nd reporter,^ Miss Mamie Perry. ' Ifthodisl Society '« Circle Meetings. Circle No. 1 of the First Methorl- st church met Monday afternoon "lected officers for the year with Irs. Sallle Hublcr as chairman and Mrs. John Smothennan, assistant chairman. A short devotional pcrUI was n the home of Mrs. A. M. Butt a held with Mrs. M. G. Goodwin B. »4 r. Hat KrtMay The.j Business ana Prolessiona Women's , club celebrated its 8th lilrthday Monday evening In thi home of the president. Miss Mlnnli Matthews, with Miss Marie Harn ish, first president of the Blythe vllle club, as the honored m:.Tib=r An enjoyable time was had by thi » present, with the game, Mlchl gan, being the major entertainment Miss.Althea Edwartfs won the high Kore priie. The .hostess with Miss Lois Davi and ;Mrs. Marie Hickman, assist in«, :s«rw<l «n appetizing refresh merit course during the concludin hour. •. ' Jto.Sa'w..McCufchen was host s to the : Woman's Council of th nd . . . wn e«acr. There were' 10 memb- present. Circle No. Mrs. R. entertained by - Ware Jr., with nine members attending. Mrs. O. N. "Hawkins conducted the devotional vilh Mrs. W. A. Stickmon oller- ng prayer. Mrs. Ware, Mrs. M O Usrcy and Mrs. c. s. Stevens were Ol 1 • TV! /^l ' '.;;'' bhades m JNcw Costurueg BY JOAN SAVOY NEA Service Writer Among "other things you should weak Into your wardrobe this spring Is plenty of contrast, it always Is refreshing and thus has a spring-like quality in itscll. But, of course, it must!,be done with aste and discretion'. You -gel so ircct of a costume frith blatant contrasts that you usually quit wearing It before your friends get ogcthcr lo stop you. Color contrast, done skillfully, Is one of this spring's best coslumc onlcs. You sec greens and blues 3olng along together in a atjmuht- ng way that puts no teeth on edge. You sec pinks mixed with reds and making n grand go of it. One ot the smartest outfits of this contrasting. variety that Is to be secn to date combines n b.iby pink with the new vivid or.inge that has more 'than a dash of pink Iri'lt. It is a roughlsh silk hvo- piecc pink frock and fits like a glove. While most skirls fail lo hold .fashion interest this spring, leaving it all to the waists, reek- lines and sleeves, this dress expresses itself as having real individuality In its circular flounce. The blouse has .scalloped edges, with wooden buttons in this orange tone I spoke of, and the suede belt flaunts the same enlivening tone. The sleeves button up ihe tops, the waist down the center, and A lace frill, in cream colored lace, makes It quite a frock indeed. nard hod charge of.. Ihe business I meeting, during which-Mrs. M. C. ' Weldon reported 50 calls made through the visiting committee. The Cheerful llrlptrs Have Supper Party. Tl:e Cheerful Helpers class of Ihe Junior department of the First Baptist church entertained with n supper party at the church in honor of member, Jessie Miller. The Bible Learners class was also invited. I The class cooked and served a rtc- llshtful supper of toasted sandwiches, pickles, Jello and cookies Gulp was awarded a bridge sst nut- Ed Blomeycr a tie. A basket of groceries was auctioned err with Fred Sndcfur winning. Mrs. O. W. McCiitchcn received the cake that vras nuct I o !•.•_•;! and Mrs. W. C. Wall won the dole loaf. A plate lunch was served at the conclusion. Huffman News "Buster" small son ot Mr. a Nancy Carroll, granddausl:::- i. uicKjt's, jeiio ana cooxies. ii.ui^ v,.urou, gianuu;u Those present were Helen Hood, | s -. Mctr.cncy, Is reported Jessie Miller, Earlehei.Damon, Winifred Crawford! Bonnie Jeanne Buchannan. Pauline Hillis, Clnurl- Ine Hillis and Alta Faye Simmons Miss Delia' Purtle is teacher o! the class. • . . Error Made in Study Clnb Mrtlinr. Througs an error, These ladies ar which they will offer fo"r „,,.. an early date. A social hour n enjoyed with light refreshments. Mrs. W. F. Brewer hod members of circle No. 3 In her horn; Jlon- oay afternoon. Mrs. O. C Gan<ke the chairman, had charge of the devotional and Mrs. w. w. Hollt- peter led in prayer. The cor.dud- ng.hour was spent socially with the hostess serving refreshments Mcsdamcs B. A. Lynch, Lcndcn- 114 Fowler, Eugene Dickinson and MISS Cora Lee Coleman were hostesses to circle No. 4 in the church iionday witn a luncheon. There M™ w presen , t wlth one Vi5| t«r. member, Mrs. Norman Moore" AH- "Mcntal Hygiene" would n-.c?t (his evening. 7:30. In the Junior High school auditorium. The club is a new organization of the Senior High school P. T. A., and win convene in the Senior High schoui an- ciitorium with Miss Willie t.wson. county superintendent, and Miss Selma Lentz. social science teacher of the high school, in cliargs. Woman's Club Has Benefit Fjrly. The BIythevilb Woman's Ing. Miss Vcrdlc Brewer ab;cn from school .Thursday and I':ij.i on account ot sickness. Mrs. Reg Hughes was in; l;l ;;, of her mother, Mrs. \v. B. iij\ Thursday afternoon. Misses Marie and U'ill.v jj K ;I called on Miss Pearl Pcery i~^ day afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. .S; f ;- v 1: son Solon left Friday men::;; ••, Tyler, Tex., where they »;;: m.iic their home tor the present Mrs. George K. I'crry calle.: cy Mrs. Fannie Mooro Saturn;.; .,(| 0 noon. Mrs. W. C. Sayrc and o-.: -Vc Joye ' Yvonne, snd Mr.<. M \ Pople called on Mrs. F. M.N:/O.V i.rday morning. Mrs. R. L. Adklsson is i\ ; .>; :i . quite 111 at her Ijome lU'.ir W !ini ; Mr. and Mrs. "Hulon Ilain.i', '-m' sponsored a benefit party inr ' club Cents' tuition In the club IIDUSC Monday evening with a sum bcins realized, Bridge played thrci.gnout the evening and Jce Tr!e;chman won the high score a large basket of Irult being given. Mr. Pelcgrin won nn angel fooci _jcake, while W. C. Wall was given e- a carton of dsarets. Mrs. H. T. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Murray drove to Pijplar Bluff to visit frleuds. during Hie week-end. . ,.'C. M. Buck was in Little Rock -i business Monday, • , : Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shane drava lo Lcachville Sunday afternoon for a .Visit with .Mr. and. Mrs. Robln- Mn. They accompanied home their .daughter Patty, arid Mary Elizabeth .Boru.m, who were houseguests' over the ivcek-eiid. ' .< • • ; Mr-.and Mrs. T[ R. O sborn e and little sen Billy SJKMU- Sunday in Slkcston, Mo., with ' friends. Mrs. Charles Elkliis.- w!:o .-has been teaching school in Coldwatcr Miss., spent the week-end here with Mr. and Mrs. J, •#." Hklils. She has teen visiting with her husband In Osccola for the past week Miss Winnie Phillips and. Victd Slllwcll, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Hogtin and George, sill- well, motored lo Memphis Sunday Mrs. Hogaii remained for several days treatment at the Baptist hospital. Mrs. M. Fitzslmmons Is spending this week in Little Rock • Mrs. Joe D. Halbach' and two sons, Jos D. Jr., and Boonc, spent the week-end in Crawfordsvillc Ark., with Mrs. Halbach's parents Mr. and Mrs. Tommy 'Fletcher of Marion spent Sunday with Mrs I. O. Westbrcok and' family',' They were accompanied horaV by Mrs Fletcher's mother, Mrs. A'- a Ne»'15 who will remain there for a"n extended visit. • Mr. and Mrs. G. c. Travis and son of.Slccle, Mo., are guests of Mrs. Travis' mother, Mrs I B Stewart, this week. Mrs. Donald Fletcher returned to her home In Joiner Sunday night after a week's stay with her mother Mrs. I. o. Westbrook. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cox of Osccola were gucsis of Mta. bb's'a mother, Mrs. I. B. Stewart, Sunday. . Mrs. Hubert DeLugach and Mrs Edward Roseman returned to their homes In St. Louis Monday after a week's visit with:.jir',. j. H , Fisher and-family;''• /'.••'.• i!rs - "-i 0 - Wickham and Miss ss Hall;have returned from St; daughter. Pegsie or B:-, spent the week-end «i;i; Holmes' mother. Mrs. t::/ Mr. and Mrs. A. L. B< u sons, Leonard and 'Buliiji Mcjdamcs Emma Bc.uc: Frank Merrill, returned *; home here Irom Rlpicy, Mi-'. day allcrnoon. Mctdamcs Blllle R.iv Moore and Misses Mavi^' •••-i-.h .'.nd '.•eir TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1(>32 Eugene I*ftwich,.spn : bi Mr', and Iis. E. p. Lcftwlch' of Banks' tea, .and formerly: of Blytheville,' • a patient nt' the Baptist 'hos- ;::tal In.Memphis where'he under- 1 «nl an > operation today Frances Hall, daughter of• Mr' and Mrs. S.,H. Hall 1s. much:-improved after, a slight, attack 'of pneumonia. •:. " -- ; Walter -Greene drove, to Browiii-' vine, .Teun.,. Saturday, for, -sevetV al days visit'with Irlch'ds.-••'•-•:'*sf Miss Pauline Lang hns retura'ed from-Memphis where she visiled with friends. Mildred nnd Sarah Lang, Joo Applebaum and Bcnnie Burneld (jrove down for her last night and ivhile there they attended the Silver' Slipper. Mrs. Sylvester Moscly was called to Puvico, Mo., last night on account oi the serious illness of her mother. Mrs.'W. J. Polbrd is impravin" after .several days illness. Mrs. H. Hnuif of Memphis is the guest of Mrs. Earl Hntcher ^frs. Berry B. Brcoks, Jr., of Memphis returned today after a week's visit with her mother, Mrs. Allen Walton. Mr. Brooks spent th c week-end here also. Clarence Vollmer Is in .Memphis a few days on business. F. B. Joyncr and W. J. Wunder- licli drove to Memphis or a business trip this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Buckley and Mrs. Kathryn Buckley Priest were called to Jcnesboro today on account of Hie death of their uncle, P. A. Hatcher. Hospital Notes Admitted: Miss Maude ililburn, Yarbro, and .Miss Nora iiice. Manila. Dismissed: Miss Virginia Graf ton, city. Benzine Gives Them Gas RIO. Wis. IUPi-Ga<oline trom benzine is what motorists here.get when they stop (o fill their flead Courier NC&-S Wan: land and Peary I'rr.-y visited In Cooler, Mo., Sunday after nlterii- ing Sunday school "in stcrte. Mr. and Mr.?. Hill Pe:ry of Hayll were guests of Mr. Perry's mothjr-, Mrs. Rnma Peery. Sunday. Ernect Rash o! Memphis called on friends here i TROUBLE H you fed run down, or suf- ter from pains in the back or n e ac o legs ; 11 you have circles unde rl -we troubled hrlwumansm, lumbago or £*• '!; cn your ki< i«y» y be at fault. Don't wait . « h « «roublc to become S » I ,, edal Itjarlcm Oil ' u UrinK 236 Vcars .^ preparation has nilh onj . 35c & ?Jc> GOLD MEDAL , J HAARLEM OIL CAPSUUS • ' Star Is 111 AKTICI.E NO. 447 BY H'M. K. McKKNNLT Sccrtlary, American Brldjfe l.eajue This Is tlic fourth of a series of six. articles showing how to icove a double rubber at contract bridge. Eight hands have already bsen scored/ The ninth, added to the sheet today, completes [he first rubber. Although Dorothy Gish, above, stage and screen star, was reported, seriously ill of a nervous disorder at a Kqw York hospital, friends Insisted that she was merely suffering from the grippe. Her nurse said Miss Gish was "feeling much better." Hayti Society—Personal F. E. Teaster of Clrallec was here Friday aixl Saturday visitiny his daughter, Mrs. ArhQ'.d Tucker, and other relatives. Messrs. D. W. Ball and Lutcn Harrell returned, home Thursday from. West Msniplils where they had been visiting Mr. Ball's daughter, Mrs. Alpha. If? Hurtz. • Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Owstis of Canalou and VV. H. Ward of New Madrid' were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Cramer over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Owens were formerly of this city, Mr. Owen* having taught in the high school here last year. -Mr. and Mrs. Rody Jabc-ur and Mrs. Philip Hamra of Caruthers- vllle were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Khourie last Saturday eve- njjj?, . . The. Rev. and Mrs. J. \V. Cmi-" ninglihni and daughter Riith ahd' son Hr.rold of'Morlcy, Mo., but formerly ot this city, were here Saturday visiting friends. Billy Nelhery of Memphis spent HID weekend here with his father W. T. Ncthery. Mrs. Jack Chism and Miss Lillie Hanspire were, in Blytheville Thiirs- u^iy where Mrs. Chism received medical treatment from the Drs Nies. Robert Witt of .Oklahoma City, Okla., was the guest of his sisten Miss Louise Witt and Miss Naoma llarbcrt Sunday.. Sunday afternoon they visited friends jn Portagcyillc. Marion anrt Ralph Otliriger, sons of Mr. and. Mrs. E. R. Emerson, are visiting their grnr.dparenUi, Mr.' and Mrs. Pierce Duncan, at nonet tliis week. Mr. and Mrs. Jos Kohn and Sonny spent Sunday in Charleston with Mrs. Kohu's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Wigdor. Ruby Burress, who has been quite ill with an attack of malaria, is able to be up now. Mr. and Mrs. John Irving of Swift, iro., visited the .Misses Irene nd Edna Hagerrtan Saturday. -Hev. EV 6. Walker attended to business in 'Keiuietl Saturday. BUS TRAVEL BARGAINS A1E3I PHIS' (Four buses cverv day) .CHATTANOOGA 9.^0 PAD0CAH - - ' ,1.70 ST, LOUIS - - C.-tO (Three buses- every day) EVAKSVILLK" sY.o BIRMINGHAM 8.20 JACKSON - - - '1.45 New Orleans -- 11.20 NR\V YORK - 29.40 Los Angeles - 3G.SO UNION UUS DEPOT 2nd i Ash Sis. Phone 270 GRE OUND :<!«, Sweet Cream Butler, 30c' Lb. BENNETT'S I'ASTKUR1/KI) JIIKK lOc (Ju:irt Delivered Phone 71 CONTRACT H HowTo Score It BRIDGE THEY 150 tt) 600 (/} 300 (J-) 100 H 200 fi) O 750 fy N 700 (j.) 0 1000 If) tv S SO (*) 100 (J) ISO (ot) 50 U) ISO U) M (>0 60 r/i 70 U) N T S and made. If they had bid a grand slam, they would have scored 1500. They rnad.i seven, therefore they are entitled to one ovcrtrick. The ovcrtrick bonus Is 50 points when the contract is not doubled, regardless of \tilncrability, but when the contract Is doubled, each evert rick counts 1C3 points when not vulnerable and 203 • when vulnerable. As their side was vulnerable and the contract was doubled, they receive 2M points for the ovcrtrick in their honor score. They are entitled to n UDII'JS for successfully making (heir contract doubled. This bonus Is . 50 points not vulnerable, and 100 points when vulnerable, therefore! East and West also score 100,- polnts In their honor score for 1 making their contract doubled. East, who was the declarer, held all five honors in his hand,, therefore East and West score 150 points in their honor score. We will assume that the same players are going lo play another i rubber, as it is customary lo pli W two rubbers with the,same par?' ner, therefore v,- e will draw a : double line under the-240 to signify the end of the first rubber. (.Copyright. 1932, NEA Service, Inc.) Bible Sales Set Record CHICAGO. tUP)-A record number of Bibles we're sold in thj ce;i- tral states in 1831. oxcccdius'qny similar iieriod in the 92 years that the Chicago Bib* Society has been in existence, the organization reports. The Ch'icago agency alone distributed more than 1,000000 testaments. Small Slam Bid and Made East and West bid lor a small slam In dialnonds, which was doubled,. They made seven diamonds, but as only six were bid, only six diamonds doubled are scored in the trick score. Diamonds count 20 points per trick — doubled 40 — therefore East and West score 240 points below the line in their trick score. This now gives them two games and os these two games were secured before the opposition made one game, this is a two-game rubb3r and they are entitled to the two-game bonus, which is 100 points scored in their honor score. If! their opponents had stored a game their bonus would haVe-.-beeii only 500. . "'.. " They bid for a small slam. Al- Uiough they made a grand slam, [hey can-only take the small slam bonus. As they were vulnerable, they scored 750 .points in their honor score for th e small slain bonus. If they had not been vulnerable, they would receive only 500 points for a small slam bid 666 LIQUID . TAIIIETD - 3ALVK C66 Liqnld or TaWels uud internally and CM Salve externally, nwkc a complete and effective treatment for Colds. Most Speedy Remedies Known Dr.PaulF.McCutchen Dentist STEELE, MO. Phone 85 OJf- YOUR STOCKING AT YOUR PRICE] by GORDON and McCALLUM McCALLUM extra sheer : INGRAIN - ?1.05 McCALLUM and GORDON sheer CHIFFON - §1.65 GORDON LACK 5IKSH 51.63 McCALLUM CHIFFON'§1.00 Good Shoes ami Hosier y $ >

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