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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 25, 1932
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FAGS TWO JBLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Society Calcndat T)je ISunrls* prayer service of U» First Uethodlst church will be Jield »t 7 o'clock In observance of EKter. . The Woman's Utalonary society W the Hrtt Christian church Is hpldlng a sunrise prayer service as list observance of the Easter »cck of prayer. t A-l CUH . , The « A-l class of the junior high school sponsored a program In Junior high assembly Thursday, morning with the members of 8 A-2 rind 8 A-3 classes attending. Miss Patty Shane tavf ^ musical reading entitled. "Beautiful Belinda, 1 ' and she also playei a piano solo. Mrs. Pnul Swartz gave 'an interesting lallt on "Keeping your Courage Up." * * * ; Mfce W bit wort* HK ISfehl Cl.b. Miss Ruth \Vhllworth Vas hastes to the Thursday. night club at her home on Chlck»s»wba Avenue with Misses Margaret 'Cross, Ifei» Johns, Lela ' Bcclt, : M|trie. Mean «n3 • Mrs. Steve Brookj »j. piests. : . , ; In lhe_.bridi!e:games,,Miss.caro Ijh Pride won- high score among the members'; and Miss* 'Margaret Cress received the lilgli gurit prize. Angel food c»ke, topped : with whipped cream. chocpli'e , cajjer ecss and coflee was"' sirred, . • * -v~* ' . '" i' Lucheon Club MttU. • . V." i Members of the Thursday sLuiich'-' con club enjoyed their . weakly luncheon at the home, of Mrs. o. Kochtltziy. After the live progressions of bridge, Mrs. Flippiii' Whit- i>er, guest of the club, won the high score' priw. • ••-•• "i • * * • W. St S. Haa E«tir Protmni. The Woman's Missionary society of the First- Christian cl:urch held -.its second scries of pre-Eostcr pro- Brams in the church Thursday nft- ernopn with the Shclton group in charge of the program arrangements. Mrs. Cecil Lowe was lender andithe first number wns a iilnno «oto,| presented by Miss knthrvn WMpole. The pastor, E. K. -Luti- iner,< delivered an interesting mes- Mge'.on '•Easter," followei by a jy- rtod.'cf sll«[)t meditation. Mrs. Lowe also conducted the d-• .rational study and Hi* irwsdnr «"' concluded with the missionary benediction. ;*•• '-"• ;. * • w .'i CBCsii'al Club:'.': "'I' ; ' Xestuncs wJj.'.Vollard^;boylc Henderson, Cra^fo id j Green e,.R >N War* and R. H. Bennett Ver-2 gtiosl; of Mrs.;?; A. Lynch .yesterday afternoon, when she^eiitertsuied the memtors.-ol, the .MkU.Wwk ' . club Easter decorations were 'used with JowjWls' »s centerpjeces tor -UK. ta- OKS. •_-. . ; .......... The ' served 'a^ two course luncheon, carrying out Etater col- OTS. ' • - ". ,"'_• '•., ' "'..' > i ™' s: '£g{ 1 'Shane H'ou.l'igU score m the brWj e . games' and Mrs. Bennett Ton high guest score, ench be- mg. presented with a linen tovrel •.-* + »' KW Meets Father for First Time Bils oj Netis Mostly Persona! JD, Texas, rcoinmiitc of Miss Vlr- (Inla Hourland at Ctirlstlan Col- tge, Columbia, Mo., (4 spending the Easter holidays here. Mrs. Uour- and and daughters drove to o'o- umbla for them yesterday. Mrs. I. n. Johnson and Mrs. H . Davis arc spending a few days n Memphis us giicsls of Mrs. Johnson's sister, Mrs. I. i». Wyse. Tom Short has rcturiic:! to .•jth after a few days visit. «-l[ij lil s n- t* hi Memphis. I Alton Jangcrs Is aljlp 10 lie cull lness of ln-1 _ p again itftcr a week's illn B. .Here Us the climax to B modern fairy tale. ,On the rnln-swcpt deck ol a' nei-ly arrived liper in New York, I.ouia Rousseau, noted French ts.nor. and Louise. Rousseau, his 21-year-old American-born daughter, tacj just met.for the first lime. Hou;ssau and his American separaled before the birth of their child, he to go to France to pursue his'art. Last year, the daughter found her father's name In a Paris opera .directory, wrote to him, and In- hastened to America only to search 'hi vain for her address. He relumed to Fiance, and It was raontlis before communication between them vras re-established. But now they're happily uniied,' as-you ECO them In this picture. ade.-. Three. Ir.ken. from .;dmnm . lowing :wlth •' twp' cigbs and Ing u-he,aH.':C>ivHiea!ilrd' elnb Eaii aLw discarded^a hjjirt, " Knst's ''- .. By.lV,H..E. MoKlfNNKY .. siay on co piayefl ma ace, and then yretary, Arncrk.n B(ld|e U^iis led inching of dliuujnds which & Cleveland Is Hid; tliirjJlcate bridge 'Le«\ won'In U» dummy"with-.Vrie center of llie..*:orld,;For. ninny years nee: Thm.. vm'iVHj 1 «( *fc*.i' *. J! Cleveland h»'d ; the reputation of producing the finest unction.players in the country, m:d • whllcXfor the present tftpf York holds (lie leu.'. •?' v , c *"if™cl bridge, -Cleveland can De.acDMidag.tippii (o [j.-odiicc mntiy Of the future contract clidiupioiu. Philip E. Leon and Snniurf Ong- geiihelrnof.qievclniid were acknowledged .the; Icndttik. auction: pajt of (Iff country. N W -. 'UiayfanV-'coii-'" tract,.-;of jCourse.r.aud .the pj«y, ' O f thls'hand by Oiks.p.iir.'was'.Hir'illlhg lo wawli. It was' :> grea,t hand played by. Mr.'Lcqji. He'.Jias chosen to call it a_ Vdpubfc cifd'.'play: 11 f •• '• ™,m - • <? * re C W coniposed ol jounj married couples, met Thursday erentog.m the club house for •nJ3 Ul *' r bl - mon thly'-dirinef dance, inene wtr« "a couptes present ffitli Mrs-, c.- R. Bibcock and Mrs. j. j Daly *s tiojtesses. ... °5'4 Jr.V orchestra fur- tn? : music. V : ':•• • •. • • ' Kappa Alpfci phi : . To Mett.Twifhl The Delta Thcta Chapter No 103 of the Kappa Alpha Phi Ira-' ternlty will hold its wctWy mccl . Ing tonight at 8 o'clock In Ui» Kappa rooms, located In the Farmers Bank & Trust, company build- Ing. AU visiting brothers are welcome. * * * Ent:rtains Friends. . Misse sG.eraldlne Lewis and Lucille Dawson were hostesses to o drop-In party Thursday evening, In the home of Miss Dan-son'on Vine street. Cards, dancing and games entertained the forty guests present unit! a late hour. In 'the 'guessing contest j. r. Johnson won a prize. : SJ*mii Alpha . . i VJ?iw«?n Trio.- . The Rho Alpha chapter of the Epsiton. Sigma Alpha, sorority met Thursday evening in the club rooms at tht Hotel Noble for the study on "The Victorian Trio.' 1 Mrs. Bcrnice C. Jones gave an interesting discussion on the subject and Mi« Eli»oeth Blythe talked about "N->»England Prose." Other numbors In-1 eluded "Whltlier" by Miss Kelha CSrcst, "Longfellou-, 1 ' Miss Grace 1 Lowrey; "Lonrell and Kqlme.s" Miss Cora Let Coleman; and -\v-lt Whitman," Miss Altlwa Edwards • * * * - Ctwir U PrtKBt . Kwirr. CaaUU. .'-.The cantata, ^Bright Easter Morn will be presented »\. 8 o'clock .this'evening j n the Presbyterian church' fcy the choir'of (ha church. ««Weo by mcmfcws from the choirs ot other, churches in the cily. This a .the sscond ptesentatloh of this cintita under direction of Miss Le•'.«• ffUCTtt, director ol-mu»ic at >.W*. PfNfcHtiliU'dmieb. The 14e* at BMMr »+tc on tt. nifht when '•'••'• • ' ; •• 1 ' -£:••• ,"" i The Bidding Mr. Leon sat in the Mjjrlh pasi- tion.'Thc bidding was ns tollows: South, one club; Mr. Leon, one no trump; East, an Informatorv dou 480 Drnctically all 'qr'tKe-'hitssinFli,,,,, cards for Mr. LeohXHU' ne.u',play vns the lei; of dlarrtoflds Irprni'duni- niy—this IS'.end play No.. ii-UTnrew ,E^t In the lead with" I'lie.'qucei) ol (llamQ'nds.r When East -cnslwd his niiiu of diamonds, Mr. Lson'dtfdari- ed « heart from duniniy ami oil- from his own hand. , ,^ sl ' 5 »P*l Ibrt'iras his jacfc of »j»dcs from, Ote' kjnj.'V'j^k ten Mr."Leon, allowed il r to.rido'-to hi« qiieeti which won the trick. He (lien led » smnll spa'dc.'Ea'it'-plnycd the ten tind the diirnmy connhe trick wHh thi' ace. '•-. •; : . ." ' The clgla of ; spades .U-B.T rctcmicrt and the second end piny had b=en Deemed East:-*iM-f6rc«ti to -i-i,, the trick M-IIII..MIC king of spades nnd.we now nn'd'Mr. Leon holding the :ice and (en of hoam The cliiniiny 1ms the queen MK\ seven of hearts. East Is In ihe'kwl u-itli the Kinf ,-ind Jack of hearts. If W plays 'he jack,- it will-be won with dum- ' 'my's niiccn and.Mr. Leon will w j,, Hie last trick with the ace of hearts A single end play has always been considered rm excciitloimiiy clevci I play, but here we hnvc the iimisua |—a double end j>!ay vhicli producer the necessary tHcks for Mr. Leon to make his contract ol ihrce r trump doubled/ , : (Cooyrlght, 1932, NEA'&rvlce Inc Ifcrt Lynch jr., n suidciil, at Vflshlngtotv Unlvci'clly at bl. Ixiitls, visiting his parents, Mr. an! Mrs. , A. Lynch, during the holidays. A. T. Cloar spent today In Mem- >J)ls o» business. Miss Virginia Keck, student of hidenwoud college, St. ajivtes, lo., urlv-41 Thursday morning for Easter vacation with her parents, 1r. and Mrs. G. E. Keck. She was (•compelled by Miss Betty Pnlr of Otumilgee. Okla., also n Miiden- wnod student. Mrs. Joe Blytlic ol liotrolt, Ilch., who has lieen visiting her nollicr and sister, Mrs. Helen ilythc and Miss i.ela Blythe, • has cturm.d home. Mis,? Bob Williams, member of lie Armorel School faculty, who ias been. ill In the linpttst hos- iltal, was rcnioved to the home / her slslcr. Mrs. Oarviu Sliari«s ii Memphis a few days' ago. She > very much improved. Mr. nixl Mrs. W. C. Wall will 'islt with relatives In Memphis during the Easter holidays. R. F. Ashley of Number 0, who mlc'.nvent an appendectomy In hc Blythevllle hospital two weeks go is rapidly Improving at his ionic, 7 Sam A. Phillips, father of Mrs ilary Robinson and Mrs. W. M. MeKeiizle, l s seriously ill in the ionic of his daughter. Mrs. Rhwto. ! Hnyti. Mo. Miss Ruby Ashley, a member of lie Stecle high school faculty, will spend tlic.ivcck-nnd with her parents nt lliclr. hoinc in Armorel. Mrs, Ida CatclilugK Is very much Imprbve'd after sevcfal' dnys tll- WiSS ,nt;her home n«ar Armorel." •lift', C..E. Criggcr and daughter, Mrib-Bernard-Oooch, spent Thurs- d*y In' Hnytl, Mn.. -vlslting''-.:ttiet incle, Sam A. Philllp6 f ...,*ho Is" "sef'r Mrs. Paul Dyruiu -aud.son.'LaiTy left yesterday foi- Hoilstoti, ; T,cxas to spend the Easter, holldiys:'Jritt Mrs. Bynnri's parents.. Mr,\.Byrum accompanied them as f(vr<as iftfrfl- phis. .;•_.• ' . .- -. .':'. : j:Tv ';; M.iss Mamie Blyth'c, wlio Is'.em'^ rtoy^j'-.tii 'Littl* Rock, Ark. is $s- l\Ug""ftt\[ hipr Intbtiier Mj-s.-'Vlrgl, j!|^hq : .',a>ii. | .tft l mUv./fpr , seve'ra .•Vain Levy, Jr.. sludeht of Ccn- ; tri), Higli scliool'. in Mfemph'lv ii mGitf: with 'lils .father for. a'Ww! days'.-- ' • . ' '.";. ' .•:. ' '. i Jimmy, son of Mi 1 , nntl Mrs. J. T.' Hall lias recovered from an' atlnc's of .influenza. rMIss Virginia Wilbur-'pf-Canfldi- , o- ble; South, two no trump, aiict Mr.' Leon, three no trump, which E-.isi doubled. The - Flay ^!r. Ix?on was tile clcclnvcr. hold- Ing tlw North hand. Enn opened his fourth best diainond-lhc five spot, which Mr. Leon Allowed to ride up to his Jack, fie then led the Jack of clubs. • East »w that U was . Useless to Two Yule University mrrlic.-i) experts have developed a ncv: j:\s u save lives of pneimi.-iii|;i Ivjfims II fs called "carbogcti.''" 'a^.rjs mixture of oxygen snci "rarjuj-. "dl oxide. \ , JT 'SJ,'! Chrut n-as crucified. Is a new experience In BlyUicvtlle and a larg= croud witnessed it by the same choir-last year. . . '• • Mrs. Reeves .Allen, violinist, accompanied by Miss Callicpti. will play "Second : Mazurka" by'oodard as a prelude. .There arc 24 voices appearing.on the program., The .public, is cordially tmlicd WCKS COUGH DROP ... All you've hoped for in a Cough-Drop-medicated with ingredients'of Swccl Cream Bullcr 30c Lb. Bennett's Pasteurized Milk . -' .--.:•" ../ lOc (J1. Delivered -Bullvi milk Go to Church Suntlay •CASTER -FLOWERS Ullfs, hciBtlfultr.drroralril. Irj- ? a other blromlns plthLs. Riwr.y.CarnnHriis, Snapdragons.- all rnlou. Cors»«ts cljtcscs an:l Valltj, unil V»l(e5..Swctl Teas anrt Roses. IKin'l forjct to rrnicmtK-r hrr »i(l\ K:iktor •flowtrs fr»m Beaton's Home of Flowers FR)_pM',_MARCIt"25; 1032' Itaiiil (.'licuhilint' Library Vl'SILANTld Mlchigiii), <w> ._ luoiiJh clforts of Hie Ypsllanti | aslness and Professional Women's I Club, turaI hdirol children are! to liave the Ijcnofll of n comphle | edi.cslicnal clrenlnlliiif llbrai-,-. i New Grand Leader liarher Shop 110 N. and Hair Culs - 25c E:n: L. fJ. S. IVcvost I'KllMANKNTWAVKl liicludiiiii Stiamjjoa nnd > Set. C'liiarantecd - - - KI,A!NIO BKAUTY SHOL' (ilc-iunc I!Wj. TJiuiie *'J 4 R1TZ THEATER . Lait Time Today Matinoo—2:MO - Night—C:-15 Adm.— -Al:i(iiice--10 ;iiid SOc Nisjlil—10 jiixl 35c 'Tomorrow and ; Tomorrow' j . with • Kulli (lliallerlQU ; ;.iiul Van! Lukas Al:o News iiml Cometlv Saturday Only 1,8:10,10:00;. J'-and.-'-Nijjht- •10 aii(l'^c-'.,i;C Pu'radene Pcrmaiiint Including Sh a in poo and Set Frederics Wave - - - $0.50 Eugene .-•-; - %& McAdam's Ikauly Shop Phone 'M '- - - ingrain Dldg. GEM THEATRE Friday and Saturday Adm.'—Matinee untl N T igliL- 10 and 25c Sec land of Missing Men' with Hob Stecle ^Vitli Serial ;iml Ciii'l'mn •^••^^•M^B « At Play THOMAS MEIGHAN . ^CHARLOTTE GREtNWOOOJ . Also Serial and Cartoon Sunday and Monday 'Adm.—Mniiiieb : aiul' N'ifhl Smarter than • THE One ihinki ilic is; ihc other pnvti she is! Aetien-nataxfi! Sunday and Monday Adtn.—Matinee ami .Nisli 10 and 3Qc Dangerous that's Delightfully Different.' Divls Atf. FJo«er» Wired Anjwlwre Phone UM'AN ^^•ith TTK CO/.BKRT, TASHJtAN and WlfJJAJ! HOVD Also News Jintl Coinodv lo-tlie Hil/. Tlicatj-o N'cxL Tin'sJay and Wednesday, Jfartli 2n-:m — "T1IK Si'IKTT OF N'OTKK O.-UIK"': A 1'ictiire All Sliidntits Will Waul to SCL', So \\Y Have llfirio a Spc'cial I'rife for Them— All Sliidcut.s .Up to the / 7th Grade—5c All Students Al)»ve (lie 7th Grade—25e The Kitx, and Gem Theatres • \Vishea Eveiyonc a Happy Easter. 'on IK! l ; ;tiH'y Fresh PIG lie./ Small I'iR Shoulder Wholu I'ound C Bargains for Friday, Saturday and Monday ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^•MBIMMp Lamb For Easter PORK " CHOPS B _ '"-lOlc 'n- KMm r«sli Dressed HENS DUCKS GEESE 2 Ldiiuidiew ii). /of! FRYERS Chops ib. 20c Lastew Sliced (lie Way Vou iVanl Ii. 5-l.b. Limit aaiss as?i* Frcsli Jowl Virginia Salt ieat BAKED ;HAMS Whole Fancy Branded Heef Thick Rib or Veal Roast APPLES Kcme Hwuitv CC "Lb. D SQUASH"""" •"" '"""s. fit; French, !.l). 29c Jewel, Lli. F!ltlt >' Calif. size- 8U's. Dozen CELERY Large Cillifo £S; k Fresh Loiii' CRACKERS • 2 - u - B ^ lch 20 APPLE BUTTER ;!8 t,If CANDY- Krcsh a " )H " atc ., w Early June NIL 2 Cans •;i for Dill' PICKLES Jar C PURE LARD "'-'•"• S h $3 BEANS G. Ni.T.'hcrn or I'jnJj,- f)',C 1,1). •> IWIF If 1>i;i or ( - :;il '" ; i'i'»> >")1 ^ ITilLfi : ii.Sm:ill or '3 Tall Cans Li. PURE LARD MATCHES MUSTARD White 10 Bars for 27c f£S? libbys Rosedale Sliced, large can, Each SiiveFWedding 48-ib. Sack 85c Plain or Self-Rising 24-lb. Sack Sugar 3*^Ali*H*;Ut^»WiK355Bn PureCaiieGioth Bags, Limit lOLbs.

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