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s$S' >*&- ; - BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.? COURIER NEWS Society Calendar : ' I"'' TM*4*jr The F»lth jroup ol the Woman's Council of the Putt Christian church Is hiring a benefit luncheon at the home of Mrs. John Mc. H«ney. Mrs. Mae Aldrldge Is entertaining Ihc members ot the Tuesday Contract Bridge dub this afternoon. The Young Matron's Bridge club Is meeting with Mrs. W. P. Vcaz:y. The Senior High P. T. A. with' Miss Willie Lawson and Miss Sel- mg LenU, conducting a series of studies on "Mental Hygiene," Is meeting at 7:30 in the senior high school auditorium. .The choir members of the First Presbyterian church are liavlng a dinner nnd social at 6:30 In the Eoelal rooms ol the church. Mrs. Edgar Borum is having the Tuesday Luncheon club. The Royal Neighbors arc meeting «t 1:30 in the home of Mrs. J. n. ^o»ter, 400 Broadway. The Jewish Ladies Aid society Is meeting Ip Osceola today. ' The ladles of the Church ol Christ are holding their second sc- ries of Bible studies thls^afternoon in the home of Mrs. Roy Carman. Mrs. RUey" Jones Is hostess to ths *Ne»- Wednesday Bridge club. The members of the Wednesday Bridge club: arc meeting with Mrs. J. H. Bell. Tbaredajr .Mrs.: Rives Allen has the Matinee Bridge club members today. Mrs. Everett B. Gcc Is entertaining the Thursday Luncheon club. The Rho Alpha chapter of the Epsilon Sigma Alpha Is meeting In the club room 'at Hotel Nobel this evening. . ' Mrs. J. Louis Cherry lias the Mid- Week Bridge club today. Tht Pre-School P. T. A. Is meeting with Mrs. R. E. Blayloclc al 2:50 this afternoon. , Woman's Coucll In Bare Benefit Dinner. The Faith group of the Wcmian'c Council of the First Chrisllar church is having a benefit luncheon Tuesday at the home of Mrs John McHaney Jr. Serving will be Irom U:30 until 1 o'clock. ' Mitt. Madonna Gartner aud Mr Dtrjrty Smith, of New Madrid, Mo. . church, performing the -ceremony. ' • -Miss Eleanor McCauley and Mr. Floyd Davidson of Dell obtained t marriage license liere February n The Rev. W. P. Flowers of Del! performed the ceremony. BY HELEN WEI-SHIMER Your chair still held trie imprint I>««p-ciishioMd where you sat, And ni ih* wardrobe I could see Your overcoat and flat Your pipe spitted careless ashes Across the fire-bright floor, Th* lilac bushes you had watched Were blowing at the door. I cried the while I packed them To store in memory ... Ob. w«ll, I guess you never knew Th&t you lived there with me. Bits oj Netis Mostly Personal MONDAY, FERRUAUY 2g,1932 & Getting a Kick Out of Life fWWarr Business and Professional Women's club to be held In the club room at the Gofl Hotel this evening. Other numbers on iiie club jrogrum include discussion of "In- iernattonal • Relations" by different- members. > Inwd Sltordijr. Marriage licenses have been Issued to:. Alton-Elliot and Mrs dec Melvin, Blythcville; Robert Victoi Mallory and Miss lona Castleman Cooler;-.Frank May and Miss Vara Vtaing, Blytheville; -Horafe Floyd and Miss Gladys Prltchard, Blylhc- *jUe; Curtis R. Gaskins and Mlsi Grace Simpson, Tyler, Mo.; Lcvi Ehnls and Miss Tamie Coulcy HufT- . man. . • • * • McDmreii Mnsfc clBb M «, s .The McDowell Music club met Saturday afternoon in the home ol Mrs. Joe McFall with Alice Jo< McFall and Rosalie Russell as hostess. The meeting was called to order by the president, Maybelle Snyder, and after singing the club «»ff, the jaJI call and minutes were ™a by the secretary, Rosalie Rus- with Christine Bryeans, Louise* An"- derson, Alice Joe McPall, Rosalli Russell and June Workman eacl giving a piano selection. A plane duet was played by Josephine nnd Christine.Bryeans. Maytelle Snvdet Washington Bicentennial Is Celebrated at Hayti HAYTI, Mo.—Celebration of the bicentennial of the birth of George Washington began here Frnday. The first public program was at the high school auditorium Friday morning under the direction of W. H. Staller of the social science department. ''" • : ••:•.!•.. Sunday meriting ..the Methodist church BMC a Interesting ami impressive program' portraying tip life an. J . character ot Washington. The Baptist church gave a patriotic program Sunday evening, which was In two parts, playlet "Makeisi of the Flag," by the Junior B. Y. P, U., followed by a ssrmonotte. The Washington Spirit." Patriotic scngs played their purl in the program. v Tr.e elementary grades of Haytt school will give programs befitting Hie occasion today. Nornia ib Seek Pat-is Divorce Chicago Opera Company Gave 81 Performances CH1IAGO. (UP)—The CliicaTO Civic Opern company presented 81 public performances, six private performances and three performances for school children in the season - just closed. The iirescntatloiis were divided 35 follows: 55 performances of the 15 Italian operas; 22 of HID sevjn German operas, and four French operas were sung 13 times. "Aids" and "La Travinla" led. with five . performances each, followed by "The Magic Flute." "Die Nfolslersingcr.'' nixl "II Trovntore," -vlth four-each. B s h rt tCry ° f the B. Snyder gave a sketch of the life and works of Mozart. The clut was honored by having ,15 its guest Leo Corrctl, local radio announcer brief business session E ducted h ih dJ ' C ° Ur£e ms co »' cuciea by the counsellor, Miss Minnie - Le2 Jones. A dainty refreshment course was 1 the hostess and the clut ' to meet again in March guests of the club wcr. Mrs. J. Brj-eans, Mrs. .\f A Oul law and Mrs. Joe McFali.' '• • • • Mn. Clark. Broadcasts. .Mrs. James B. dark broadcast!?!' lover BlythevUle sjitlon KLCN Thief. Steals Judge's Pump TALAHASSEE. Fla. (UP)—A thief stole' n new pump from Ire farm of:chief Justice Rivers Hn- ford of the Florida Supreme Court leaving only a ho'.e In the ground. Cop's Auto Stolen RICHMOND. Vn. (UP)-AWomc- bllc llilcvcs stole n city-owned nu- tciuobllc from in front of police headquarters here. Business wooed nnd won Kormn Talmndgc's Inisbnnd, Joseph Schcnck, she charged in nnnonnc- Itig plans (o • obtain n" Paris divorce. Miss Tnlmndgc. once famous screen stfir, Siild l:^r'hus- band, a. Hollywood producer, was Miss I'carl Graves underwent u lonsllectojny in jh? Blytheville hospital Sunday' morning. 3he will be able to be out Wednesday. Mis. John Snyder ani .little (laughter, Drusie, ncroinpnnlod by Mr. and Mm. Simmons and Mrs. Bcrs Walton, drove to 31. Louts Saturday to meet Mr. Snyder who has ut'cn attending to business. for wvsral days. .'-, ' Mrs. Cecil White vLsltcd with lier parents In Clarksdale curing the week-end, M. H. Owen, slate high" school Inspector, ami Nolen Orby, director of neuro schools, will arrive this evening to visit 1)12 county schools Tuesday uml Wednesday. MUs Willie Lawson, county su- nerliilemlcnC ol schools, attcndxi George Washington Bicentennial prcgrams In Osccola, Odder an-' JUiawncc today. Max B, Held, Marcus Evrnrd and John Watermnn attended a meet- Ing of the credit, association -In Memphis Saturday evening. • Mrs, Jim Mllliorn and' little .daughters, Dora Lee and Jimmy Cleo, of Leachvlllc, visited with i-M- ntlves here Saturday. Marcus Evrard spenl today 'in Forrest City on business. Mr. antl Mrs. John .\kllnney 1r and children visited with Mr. .Me-' llancy's mother In Kennett Mo Sunday afternoon. A. Comvny is in Little Rock this week on business. O. P. Moss, E. R. Mason and T O. Seal returned Sunday from S-, Louis anci Jcllcrson City, Mo., alter a brief business trip. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Homer anj son Jack have returned after a few days visit in Hot Springs and Whcntlcy, Ark. Miss Evelyii Blyth'e, ivho is taking n business course' in Druiigli- an's Business college in Little Hock spent the week-end with her- mother and friends. • . Miss Pearl Wllks was n guest 'bl friends In Gmithcrsville S^tnrdai and Sunday. Miss Junnlta Taniur spent (hi week-end in Osceola . with friends •Ernest Halscll and Othel Blsliop drove to Chicago for a week's flslf . Tom Wraight and Walter Gr'tcni drr-.ve to St,.'Louis for the weekend. >. - ' ^ ..:'.' ; . . • Sam Laiidnim spent Sunday ir, Paragciilcl. Russell Fan- attended lo busings in St. Louis over the week-cml. Mis. W. J. Pollard, Mrs. W J Wuiidorllch, Mrs. Clarence Volln-.cr anrt Mrs. Farnsworlh Blnek drove fo Memphis Friday. Waller Logan, who Is attending A. ft M. college at Joncsb'cro, spent the week-end with his p.n-ents Mr. and :Ur<;. Theodore L 3 »an ' Clarence Vollnier made a b'usi- nets triji 10 Memphis. Friday. Miss Chricc Kennedy cf Jonts- boro spent the week-end here with friends. Missos Jenny Wren Dillahunty Luclle liourland, Pauline Hires Janice Nichols, Elalse Reynclrls. Jane Hollipeter nnd Doh Harvdl allcndal (lie basketball tournaincut at Slmvi-.ce, Friday. Paul nurkes. student at A. ;im! M. college, Jonesboro, spent ihe week-end here with his parents. Miss ].ouis c Bourland drove the basketball boys to Shawncn Friday where they participated ir the tci.mnmeni. Mrs. Harry Wccdmnn wns caliec The lamed "million-dollar" legs of Mile. Mistlnjuelte haven't ajiy ihlns' on the shapely llnibs .cf Mile. Cherie Langlols, ivho gets n ;rcat bis kick cut of life, she steps hic'li. wide and handsome anont Eii!Oi:L'..r,:i;i her beautiful legs have won prizes in 27 cities in cighl i'cunirk-E. She Is shown above c:diibitlng half of the chnmpionshin combination. :^iild has arrived iock as guest of Tucker. Mrs. J. n. Cole and mother, '!rs. G. C. Chisin of Parkin. Ark., spent today here with relatives md friends. Mrs. Cole will be vc- nembered as Miss Ethel Klndlgg, prior to her marriage. ; ' Among those tontl-:.nd the rtai^c. it Kennett (onight are, ^u>. -.ari;l: Mrs. Roland Wollort, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Applebaum, Mrs. Milton j SkTiiberg, Joe Applebaum and. Dennis Berfield. i , , so busy with business thai he-had] 10 ' Mnn l lhls Friday on little -lime for -her. I 1 ' 10 icr i°us Illness of her n accoum ol STAINLESS Simc formuU . pcnltentitiry for use \ , /for addition, (lie pris- \7.0/ COLDS ess to thousands ot | \?f/ is main- ' I.llirary Has -4,000 Volumes SALEM, Ore. (UP)—A-library of \ . Same formuU . . same I more thrm 4.CH I tnlned at stale jof prisoners! In j oners have access ; volumes' nt Ihe slate library. I:; ! OVERW MU.LION JARS USED YfABW „, Charle, Handicapped Child". Shr crippled children's work :>*i« lona Castleman and Pnb- Jrt'Vtetor Mallory, both of Coo- tne hom <: 0' '-owe with the Rev. E. G stev- «n«pn of Cooler performing the ceremony Mr and Mrs. l^wis Les- wr ot Cooter attended the o»%>le and Miss Pauline youns Lange ud Louis Isaacs were visitors T|K ebuple to Cooler. mako their home W* Due* Ftr CM. K«le, Moon *ill present » ' of' her dancing pupils in the netting o! the BEWARE THE COUGH OR COLD THATJMKiS ON fcraisltm coughs and colds lad to Krious irouhlc. You cm slop them now with Ucomulsion, an cmul;ificd ctco'olo inatispleasam la lake. Crcocnulsionisa «v KcdicJ dijcortry vlih two-Iold ac- Hon; n soolhcs and heals the inflamed mt j?[ mn an ^ ' n 'ii'>i" germ gronlh. • li t } c . nOKn ^njj;, creosote is r«og- nilfd by bigh medical autlioritics as ono 01 IlicgrcllMtlicalinB agencies for per. Bislent coughs and colds amioihcr form, ollhroaUrouhlcs.Creoniuliifnicomains, insddiiioniocrcosolc.olhcrlieilir.gclcT mcnla which sooihc antl heal ihc inicclcj membranes and slop the- irrilalion and | mnaramalion, while the crcosole goes on to the slomach, is absorbed into tho Wc«d. jitacks ihe KM o( ihe troablo and checks the gronh of the ccrnw. Creomulsion is guaranteed Mlisfac- lorj- in ihe Ireatment of pcr<isteni coughs and colds, bronchia! aslhms bronchitis and olher forms of rcspira' joiy di«»s». aad is excellent for building up the system after colds or So. Sir.ney refnnrfed if any conch or cold, oo mailer of huw long til " i» not relieved after taking ,cc ioairRtioat, Aikrourdniwiit. C. I.-. N!"--ols, \\ho iindprwcnt a; major operation nt [H^ Unplist hospital. -.-.. Slicppari and dnuyhtcr \Vif.eiU: of Jonostoro .-isltcti : 1 ;ia'.:v?s liere tills wcrt:- Clill. '.'.f-. Orovcr Asliloy antl chitclren if Annorel visited Mrs. Ashley's >3roits. .Mr. afid Mrs. W. W. Mc- rt-ill Saturday. Mis;. Mary Cunnniiigs, a slurtcnt if A. and M. college, Jonesboro, i::tecl h;r fjj.Mcr here over the .cek-er.ii. Mi.a LeN'cal Palton of Parato 5ii end tlic teaching of club work in the sclioa! .is oilier siibjeets are taught. . Short lalts on the work of the cliib In the community were :\M;'- crod by S. D. Canicular, count; agricultural agent, Miss Csra Lit Coleman, home dcmonsiratioi ogent, and L. 11. Autry, principal "of the-school. R. N. Hill jr., To Give Piaao Recital at College .'CONWAY. -Ark.-H. N. Hill jr. Blytheville, jinib;- nt llcii-.lrix cc! Icge, will give ;i piano recital at Ax- Mrs. C. C. |] C y Hall, Hcmldx gymnasium. Hill is much'in demand at musical -features presented by variou campus organization, tie has served as accompanist for t;-e Dixi Collegians, Hendrix orchestra, fo the Clioirislcrs, glee club, and fo the. string Ensembb, composed o .algroup of student violiniils. .ii 'Hill's scliclastic record, 1ms t«.. uuisiial.. he having feeen tendere' 1 this month. lie is a men Miss Mildred Jarrelt fcer of the . C. A. cabi - - - • BUHDrrTE, Ark.— Ti-.e 4-H club was reorganized at. niirdDtt? junior high school ;it a meeting last we;k at which several new niembers %ver: enrolled. The Ini'Eosl living animal, til sulphur-bottom whale, attains length of about 100 Icet. MAN'S HEART STOPPED BY BAD STOMACH GA W. L. Adams bloated so with gi ^ .......... __ Mildred Jarrott was c:crtr;l pr:5- | after meals' (hat his hc.trt , c Ictcnt, with Dun ward Gjrrcit as bsats. Adierika- brought out all gf vice-president, .Margaret Mower as and now he eats anything an secretary and Xfary Gr.icy reporter, feels fine. City Drug Stcre. This year's program calls for the. ' DISCOUNT Off Regular Laundry Prices PHONE 327 For the While Truck BLYTHEVILLE LAUND! RITZ THEATRE Coining Friday, February 26,1932 ONE - - JNIGHT ONLY - - ONE On the Sliigc in I'cr.soii BAND BOX REVIEW ' with RUTH ROYAL (Gii-l of a 1000 Songs) ami Nationally Famous Radio Artist Also Miss Ro.val iistnirtnccs her UXSTGNES—A fiUt moving •'!'::! we'll mntined slayecl orohtstra Also (.i;'l'i,.|-i'i K Novdtv. I'rcsenta(.ions CONTRACT BRIDGE B5f \VM. E. McKENNKY • ccretary, American Brtilje I.eaitue Ficak distribution is very often < ?t to bring tears to your eyes. This I and was played In a recent dupli- alc tonrnanicnt and one or two layers, who have a strong .na limp complex, received bottom on le board. An unusual play which evelopcd was to find the declarer qucezed. V10 « K-J-9-8-6-5-2 *J-6-4-2 AK-Q-7 VA-J-5 *A 4.A-K-Q- 9-8-5 SOUTH , V9-8-7- 6-4-3 * 7-4-3 *7 eight ol clubs aiid the seven cf spades. This Iclt htm with the ace cf hearts and ihe king ami queen of spades. South was down lo the ace nnd jack of spades and the king of hearts. Nortli swung his deuce cf fla- mcnds,' South dropjKd th3 kinj of heartj; and here ewe find an unusual situation—ti-.e declarer was squeezed, if he dropped the qu:en of spades, North will lead Ihc nine . of spades, which South will win with the ace and then win the list trick with tl:e jack of spadss. If hi dioi)s the ace ot hearts lo |f:'otcet the spado suit, North will win the next trick with the ten ol hearts and then lead the spade. Here we lind the declarer v;lt'.: a hand containing five Quick tricks making cnly four tricks, actually going down five tricks at throe no trump. 4A-J-10-8-5-3 VK-Q-2 + Q-10 431i The HiJdiJig South, the dealer, op^nod the bid- lint' with one s[iac'= un-J West onfcled. North in some cases show- el the diamond suit, but HIUS', of he players passed. East was forced o bid two hearts. South, wantinj o push a-little, bid two spades and low the no trump boys in the West. Glinting six clubs, a diamond, a; '.e.iit and n spade trick—nine in ill—jumped to three no trump. The 1'Iay North had the opening lead and vhilc it is customary to open (he op of your partner's suit, rather han your own, especially when your land is lacking of re-enute, most of the Norlh plnyers decided !o wing the diamond suit and led the "ight. South played tlrj uuecn mil! declarer was forced to win the first trick with his blank ace of dia- nonds. He then swims his ace, kin? and queen of clubs, but on the bird lead South showed out of clubs, discarding [he eight of spades. Two small hearts were thrown from dummy. The declarer, not realizing Hint there were sev?n diamonds In one hand against him, :hcn led the nine of clubs to establish the club suit. North won the trick with the jack. East- drcp- P3d a heart," and South a spade. Now for the long dry spell—North started on that long string of din- monds. He lias six straight diamond tricks. On the first five of them East followed wlih the seven ant} four of diamonds anil discarded e smalt hearts. WMt, the declarer, could discard the five riid jack of hearts and the five and PRICE rorovtr 40 S\veet Cream Butter, 30c Lb. BENNETT'S PASTEURIZED MILK lOc Quart Delivered. Phone 7<i ... : , :i SUITS -So New— . So Smart — •So Reasonable — You Simply Must Indudo 0 n c in Your Wardrobe! S p r i n g Woolens, P 1» i n Crepe-*, Koiicle, iiiul Pebbly Surfaces. Many iiiterestiiit; scan' ami sleeve variations. $6.75'to $19.75 We are also showing a beautiful col- leclioii .of knitted dresses and sweaters. One and Two-Piece Knitted Dresses—S-1.05 ami S5.!)5. Blouses, Knitted, Mesh, Linen, Batiste and Lace Priced from §1.95 to 82.75 A bevy o!" i o.uaii ul girlies arc featured as the BAN'D BOX G1RL1LS—'I'l'.i-v oi'i'cv solo nnd ensemble dance routinc.s. The Picture l'iv. i; ,';im — "PEACH-0-RRXO", with Bert AVhtvier and Robert Woosley. Admission -.-25& 50c NEW HOSIERY Jlo.sli, Chiffon, Semi-Service and Service weights in ail the .-jiring shades. $1 to $2 Uadiu - Girl Guar- anlcecl Hosiery - §1 HALL SISTERS SHOPPE GLOVES. Washable Kicls antl fabrics to lisrmon- hc with your outfit. Other needed acccs- .sorics including- _ Coslumr Jewelry and Scarve.-

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