The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 25, 1932 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 25, 1932
Page 2
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(AKK.y COURIER NEWS \Society Calcndat The Pre-School P. T. A. Is nwet- !ne .with Mrs. R. E. BUjlock «t J:J» thl» Uternoon. The Woman's" club Is'meeting at 2:M at the club house In observation of Geoife Washington's biriii- tf»y T.Hh a bicentennial program. Wwun'i ('Ink To Have Bicentennial Frtfram. Th« BlythevlIIe Woman's club will meet In the club house at 2:30 FYid«y afternoon to present n profr»m In keeping with the celebration ot George Washington's birthday. "Mary Ball Washington", will-be discussed by Miss Margaret Mcrritl, Mrs, E. F. Blomcycr will tell of Martha Washington's We and Mrs. Ira Gray will sketch the life of Mary Curtis. The junior department of (lie • club will have charge of the musical program under direction of Itiss Margaret Merrltt. - ;'j. ... Lute SchMl rrrsrnts VMtf't Da; Froiram. A\ 2:30 o'clock Monday aflernon, VUtyore* Day, the mothers and pti- plb"- uaembled In the auditorium of the Lange school to witness a pi«t«nt r '-Tho Log of Time," pre- Mn(«d by John' Harp and Marjorl t Wafren, They discussed various interesting heirlooms of George Washington's lime which they took from an old chest, and us they examined each treasure scenes representing their thoughts were given ^by "other pupils. The scenes consisted of the "Malting of the First, Flag", by Belsy Ross; Camp Fire Scene, George Washington and Revolutionary soldiers; the watchman calling out 12 o'clock and all Is well, Cornwallls Is taken; On* ot Msrcha Washington's Friday/. afternoon assemblies; George Washington bidding farewell to Martri*; as they were surrounded by ;negrb servants; Washington's Inaugural address; and the colonial ball, with a number of children In colonial costumes dancing the Virginia Reel and the Minuet. Coieman Stevens took the purl of George Washington and Marllm Wuhburn the part of Martha Waihlnjton. Other pupils Included wetif: Anita Str»cke, Geneve Graves, Christine Turner, Naomi Alexand, er, Morse Kochtltifcy, Todd Ham- Eon, Robert Jonti, Buddy Terry, Leon Stafford, Mary Catherine Dll- lahiinty, Mildred Ellis, Dorothy Jeja? Foster, Joseph .Wolforl, Joe Thompson, Joe Burnette. Rulh Elizabeth Smith, Alia Faye Simmons. Charlyri McLeod, Sarah Pauline Evrard and Jerry Cohen. Misses Gladys Hardin and Elizabeth Balstead, teachers of Langc school, directed the program. • * . Mix Bell R.u Hab. Mrs. J. H. Bell was hostess to the Wednesday Bridge club this week and she also entertained, Mtsdames Clarence Vollmir, John W. Findley, Elton KIrby ant^ Henry Humphreys. After the five progressions, Miss Grace Webb re- celrad hose, as club high score, while Mrs. Vollmer was given a deck of cards for the guest prize. A salad course was served during the social half hour. *. • • Mrj. Canaan Has Ladies BiMe Cum Mrs. Roy S. Carman was hostess to the ladles of the Church of Christ Wednesday afternoon when 32 members gathered In her home on North Broadway lor their second series of Blblo studies. Mrs. J. W. Bader opened the meeting wjth an offering of prayer and tnen she conducted the lesson. The 'next meeting will be h^d with/Mrs. Angleton, oh North 1st Street. awarded the guest high score, a d*pk of .cards.-Chicken salad, pecan pie and coffee was served by the hostess. UrUrt Tr* fectur*. on, "Christian's Charier and Education," which was lo liuve been given 1 o'clock this afternoon by Miss Willie Lawson, county school superintendent, was poslponcd Until 11:45 Saturday morning. A conflict in radio piograms prompted Ihs change. • • * Ixx-al Knnrs Mini District Mrel Mrs. F. L. Husband, Mrs. Ell [ohnson, Mrs. Charles Swain nnd he Misses Florence Byers and Nell Moldcr, nurses of Ihc Dlylhe- •llle Hospital spent this afternoon n Jonesboro attending the DIs- rlct meeting. Mr. Roitrt 1I» Karbrcur for Frlendt C. C. Rogers of Memphis was lost to a number of his friends oday wllh a barbecue dinner nt the home of O. D. Grimes on Ilghway 61. , Those enjoying thc barbecued pig and coffee were, W. G. Best, A. C. Jones, and R. E. Manoguc of Jemphts. E. E. Alexander, W. R. Stovall. Sam Hardin snd son. 8.T. Jr.. Rufus Sallba and 0. D. Grimes Dr. H. F. Crawford of Memphis was scheduled to atti-ml but on account of an emergency call, >ust before the Memphis party left :h(s morning, he wns unable lo loin them. Clmb Has Party , .The members of. the New Tit?; day-. Bridge club and their hus bands were entertained with n par ty. : Wednesday evening In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Manatt with Mr. and Mrs. E. y. Blo- meycr, Misses Iiene John. Frances Evans and Grace Elliott, Morris Moon and John Elliott as guests. For the occasion, the St. Patrick motif, in keeping with "the day was effectively arranged with green and white colors in the tallies and decorations. Mrs. Oscar Bailey won tlie high score prize, a large candy ball and Jesse White was given !a smoking tray for honors among the. men. Mrs. E. F. Blomeycr wa CARDUI I A WttfitiMl took for Wrntn | Bits of Neics Mostly Persona! Waller Rosenthal drove to Mem- hU today to visit with Mrs. ^osenlhal, who underwent ftn op- oration in th e Baplisl hospital, :everal days ago. Mrs. Rosenthal vlll be »blc to return home in a 'ow days. Mrs. I, B. Johnson Is Improved liter several-days Illness. Crawford Greene, superintendent of city schools, is In Trumann to- lay, Friday anil Saturday where he will referee the basketball tour- nment being held there, R. King returned Wednesday 'rorn Memphis where he «p*nt sev- eral.days on,business. Mr^. James- 1 B. Clark spent yes- erday in Arrmpnis with her. bro- .hor of CnruMicrsville, who under- vent a serious operation Wednesday. Mr. nnd Mre. Arllmr McDnnlcl of Scnntli, Mo., were guests last night f Mrs. McDanlel's brotlier, Dr 'aul L. Tipton nnd family. Leo Edward Caslmon of Flint, Midi,, ,under»ent'an apjMiidectoniy I there Monday. He Is a former student of Blytlicvlllc Junior hl«h school and Is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Trantham. Mis, Harry FriUuk continue.') to Improve afler several days serious Illness In Ihe lilylhevllie hospital. Utllc Anno Vollmer and Donna Cooke Wunilerlich wore visitors In Osceola yeslcrdny where Ihey nt- lended a birthday party of 1'osey Driver given by her mother, Mrs. James Driver. ficott Harris 1 condition is still unchanged nftei 1 an emergency operation In Ihe Methodist hospital in .Memphis recently. «frs: .W. M. McKenzl'e, who's hip'was fractured five monllu ago In a car accident. Is able to be out now In n wheelchair. Mrs. R. N. Ware, Jr., .spent Wednesday in Memphis. Mrs. Wi 11. Clravclle nnd daughters, Misses Uabna nnd Ucverlcy left this morning for Little Rock to make their homo while the pjlrls tnko a business course in DrauHli- on's college. Miss Maurice cnroiled In the college several days ago. Mrs. L. D. Chamblln ami son, Jack and Donald, Mrs. C. J. Crane Mrs, Clurloton Crane and Mrs. Louise Crane Hyler were visitors In Memphis yeElerday Miss Agnes lialley, who has been visiting with her aunt. Mrs. J. W. Bader for a number of weeks, will leave Ihe Ititlsr part ot (he week for St. Louis for a 3 weeks visit with relatives before returning lo her home In Springfield, Mrs. Earl Buckley and Mrs. .Samlcfnr visited In Memphis Wednesday. ! Mrs. Theodore Logan Is Improving after several days Illness. Mr. and Mrs. K .A. Copclnnd, Miss Martini nnd Fred Copelanil have returned from Grand Chain, III., where llicy attended the funeral of their grandmother, -Mrs. J. W. Gaunt. Mr. 'and Mrs. F.. D. Glllcn Gi>:nt Wednesday in Memphis. Mrs. Mary Wolf will leave Friday for her home In Fairflcid, 111., after several weeks visit here with her daughter, Mrs. Theodore Logan and family. Mrs. John Watrten returned yesterday from Memphis where shc has been with her daughter, Miss Louise, who underwent a serious operation In the Methodist hos- 1'llal several days ago. She is r.;p- idly Improving and will be able to rftum home in 10 days. Hospital Notes Admitted, Miss Jcsso Jewel Simpson, city; Mrs. Bernard Woods. Holland; Jack Hancock, Lcach- vl)lc;/Pnul Etam, city ni:d Mrs. J B. Brlsemllne, city. Dismissed, Mrs. Maud HIHbiirn Yarbro and Robert Mcllaffey, city. The "Seche" Sandal Klack Kid T-Strap, Kcru Trim, Cuban Hod $7.50 Sweet Cream Butter, i 30c Lb. BENNETTS PASTEURIZED MILK i«ie Qwirl Delivered " 74 I'alcnl Sandal Pump, hlch Spike Ifccl. 85.85 r.Urnt "T" Str;lp. cnlt trim, Cub-in Heel. 85.85 Gordon Sandal Fob/ Hose A new creation l;y Gordna of pure thrcnd ClillToii QI lor wear with the ncv,- jnudals V* Good Shoes and Hosiei-y Osceola Society— Personal A modern versloji of '"I'lie Toy Shop" wllh forty children Inking part In an elaborate arrangement jf fx-ngs anil dant-es, which form >art of (lit; leslivitlcs ot the wuil- ilnn of tli c Painted Doll, will Ic with n ladgh jirovakhiB musical comedy, entitled "Oh, Baby", In T double bill of nltraclions jjre- entt-d by the Guild of Calvary nurd! in the high school auditor, urn here Friday evening, begin- line at 7:30 o'clock. Principal incinljeis of "The Toy !hop" cast are the brMe aim he groom v.lth Anne Porter Travis :d Jlmmle CinlwrlgJit, who made bit In similar roleu of the Tom riiimil) Wedrtln;; last spring, tak- HK Hie parts. Hie liride's mother, 3onna nay Driver; tlie preacher! iolicrt Slovall; Jumphig Jnck, Hay .laddcn, Jr., isusler, Brown, Bruce l\y; fled RidinjtHood, Nuncy Snow Wilson; nnd-Uie.£lioi> Jtcep- ;r, Sam liodgra, 'Jr^-/Dick Prcwltt and Jean Chiles *'IH sing the theme song, "Th6 Wciliiinj of the Painted Doll", and ap dnnccs will be given by Mar- Im Jnue Cniiwrlghl, Anne'Scmmes Biulilcrs anil Pearl Willie .Cavt- vrlght, VliBiniu Cronier will'sing nd'Jane Slovall will sing und ilay the ukeleie. Charles Low- •fiuce III aiKl Jam Lniiey are the (inlesl ..incinbcr.s of a supporting list.of thirty children. "Oh, naby", will lie presented 11 one act with five character parls aken by Joe Hccdy, Mary Sue '!ale, Eva Montague, Emmet Ruble uid F'rank Crlttcnden. .Admission of ten and twenty-five cents will be charged. * • * Mrs. C. il. Harwell entertained he literary dcpirtmciil of the Os- :ecla \Vcniens Progressive club at lor home here Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. W. E. Hunt lead Hie les;on which completed oimly uf "Tlie Theater" by Shelciou Chancy >\~-\• Taking part on thc prograni (ere .Mrs. F. p. Jacobs, uiio dis- cusseil Hie well made plays and pretty scenery of ihc Vlctorlnn age, Mrs. John Edrlngton, who talk-. cd of realism-photography and journalism on thc stage, and Mrs. Qcotge 'Edrlngton, who dlsensseil he tlicater and it's swell reia- jpn'i !tlo oilier arts. ' ' ' "ft. li. n. Jones talked oti the theater of Ihc early twentieth :enlury and Mrs. G. 11. Scgravcs the soscalled machine-age developments. 1,'clicious refreshments which carried out a violet color scheme were ceiTcd unri on each plate was a dalnly nosegay of sweet violets. Fourteen members attended Ihe mi'iitlng. club will take up thc .study of "Thc Enduring Quest", a search for a philosophy of life, by il. A. Ovrrslri'ct ai It's next meeting. Circle "B" of Ihe Women's Missionary socicly was entertained at the home of Mis. G. II. Segtuvts Monday afternoon wltn Mrs. Rhines, Mrs. Sam coats Mrs W - ( C. Pace and Mrs. Scgravcs as Twcniy-cnc members were present for U;e bushier scslon and tlie social hour which followed. The circle ha-i adopted a rainy <!ay brink la wiiicli each rneml-4 i p!ai:e.s a penny every day it rains ' The ijroceeds will be added to tiie i I parsonage fund. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, i-arnc up at Ihe St. Petersburg 6liulf]ebi;ard Club hi St. Peteri- birrg, Florida, where il wns my pleasure to witness sonic 150 U> 200 tables of bridge being playetl out ol <!cors da'.ly, and it was rather pleasant to note that contract bridge predominated. AK-10-3 V9-7-2 4K-J-5-3 AQ-9-5 5-4. 4Q-9-7 'Jlie hostcssfs .<crv«ldelicious re- JA5.4 frcshments following the iiicelin.' ! I ' Circle "A" of the Methodist WcT- i I NORTH I- m 5 H SOUTH A8-7-6- 4 VQ-10- 6 48-6 men's -Missionary society met at, (lie ! Jiiime ot Mrs, H. A. Bchrcns ,Mon- '' dny afterncon 'with Mrs. W P ! Sarnsc and Mrs. Kmma Brooks to-1 Sixteen members were present /»••' til'' bualness and social hours and tfiiirioiis rcfrcshnients were served following ilic ijii/illng. The i;ro"ii]V; vofed io co-operalc with ihe Clirlstian Workers woman's oia^nbation of (he Firs* Christian church, in promoting a' "Trip Around tiic World," a benefit party in which proceeds vlll l-e shared by the two organizations. ' Yarbro News Mis. J. B. Jones visited Mrs W O. Ho:if.e FridAy afternoon 'ilr.s. .N. j. Ncjfl lind us li n r cucst Friday. Mrs. George Robertson and Mrs. Surah Hall. Misses Nora Webb am) Claris House spent Friday afternoon with Miss Geneva Ridings AA-J-2 VK-3 *A-10-4-2 *K-10-3-2 »^«MEV iSr^KMr.SS Sti-rt-tary, Dridgc League (Cliiror that West coi.ld nol havs The follcwini; inicres'lng hand i he til mor c lima fl\c hearts orlp- Inally. 'flic dci'larvr miiii not bkc a chance on om> nf his flncss?.* lulling because If h« ynosvi's wroiij Ills OMionenl will win tile trie'* nnd lour heart dicks, \\liluh would defeat his contract. The play the duclam- siiould make Is lo deliberately lead his tpj:uncnt'5 suit. Way tlio jiltie of I hearts Irom dummy, liasl would play (he ten, the di-chuer the Ihrec. but H'rst should cvcrlakc li ! s partner's trick by playing thc jack. I West then leads (lie nee of hearts, ,the declarer dlsc.u-dlng Hit 1 deuce of diamonds, when West plays the eight of hearts, the throe ol diamonds is discarded from dmmny. East discards a spade. Tli 0 declarer discards l.ho deuce of spades. On Hie four of hearts (lie nine of clubs must be discarded from dummy nnd thc declarer must discard his four of diamonds. Now', regardless cf what Wes> !e;;ds, the declarer will win the rest of Die Irlcks, as lie holds a t:nncc position in every suit. The declarer has refused to take what might prove to b; a losing finesse and instead forces his opponent to lead to him ar.d In tills manner safely made his contract of three no trump. Negro Guard Took His Instructions Literally MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP)—"watch my store and don't let a sou! In it lilk I am away," said L. v. Max- vcll, linrdu-are mcrcliaiit, to a nel ;ro loiterer. The negro did. When Maxwell returned, the lie jro slugged him when he attempt cd to enter the building and robbbs Maxwell of ?0 before he gained :onsdousness. Tlic llidilinj Kcu'.li dees not ha;c a likldnolc four-curd suit, but as )i e had the required strengtli, Ills proper declaration was one no trump. West passed and North took the contract in three no trump. The 1'by West's opening lead is the live of hearts, (lie fourth best ol I^s :uul sirongvsl suit. A small heart played from (he dummy. East put up the quoei ana South won the trick with the king of hearts. outh now stops to count m> his hand. He has spade (rioks. one heart trick, two diamonds ami. three clubs. This only eight Iri-J:s in all. playing the liaiici further, I w's'n you would cov;>r up die Pjist nnd W. o. House, Saturday. Mlchell Knnedy of Pccnn Orov was tlie guest of his uncle C A Willis Friday night. -Miss EUn Vcrnon of Gosncll Bj-t-nt tiic week-end with her sis- w Mrs. Ccorge Kobjrlson. Miss Geneva Hidings and little Troy House have been sick' \vith llic flu for thc past two weeks. Misses Bell and Agnes McG.?e of Calumet '.vere thc weekend guests of Misses Clarice and Alma House. . Sam Estes nnd family of Bur- ileltc have moved to this vicinity. will be v-rong. How would you now proceed to play the hand? Thc proper p!.iv was (he deuce cf clubs, which v r.s won in '.lie dummy with ti-,c queen. Thc ace of clubs was i»v.nvieil fra:i cliun- rny. 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