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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 31, 1932
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was TWO BLYTHEVtLLE, <ARK.> COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 193? Society!, Calcndqt . '-- '; ".'.".yirldajf , Tile 'American Lotion Auxiliary meeting.ifilji' Mrs. Edgar Boium t 2:30: with Mrs. Louis Wilson as j-hostess. Mrs. -H. G. Partlow is cnlerlaln- Ij a niimtar of her friends with bridge party at 2:30. Beauty and the Beast :Ub Meets. Ho^'.was awarde:! Mrs. Randolph Imith as-high score urlM among lie members of the New Wednesday bridge.'club when they were en- ertained in^t'hc home cf Mrs, Dixie Crawford .yesterday. ., t'. During t&''social hour Ihc hos- CES served jcualin salad, hcl tea ind cqokios. llrs. Paltcn tlu Wednesday Club. •'Mrs.vE. C. Pa'.lon was hostess lo :he Wednesday Bridge club mid an :xtra tibia cl fiutils yesterday nil- Ernoon": Tlic guests were Meajame. Monlei Isaacs, W. D. chauiblln Park Hatchetl and O. W. McCnt- ehsn. ^Aftsr five progressions Mrs James'- H. Bell won high score among-thc guests. A social hall hour was spent \vUli the hostess" serving refreshment. DelpUui Chapter Mrets .Wrdnesd ly. "Studies ill Lyric Poetry" was the. subj3Cl for the eighth month program of the Delphian chapter when -it met in Ihc Hotel Noble Wednesday morning tilth M,-s. W. M. W.niia'ms us lender. Mrs. Williams . .conducted the preliminary discussion on th? Iheine, "The Scope '..'mid ihe Spiril of Poetry" and Mrs. Jnmes li. Clark gave a roporfbn "Meredith's Poetry." "Ly- cidas"a'was lla topic used by Mrs. C. W>'. Aflliclc and "Alexander's i'os explained by Mrs. H. T. Culp. ^Shakespeare's sonnets and callenU-poinls and study suggestions on Meredith, Lycldas and Alexander's Feasl were thoroughly ex- plaincj in a round table discussion participated in by all the members. TheCcancluding 30 minutes wns spent In o parliamentary drill under supervision of Miss Luna B. WUheIra, public spsaking instructor oOBlylhevllle high school. Dramatic-Debating Club To Presint a Comedy Act .Aftef'a fVff weeks devoted to per- fectioiir of organization, the Bly- th'evllle, Dramatic-Debating club •«i!l Ijiunch Into its active pro. gram -i immediately,.,,,P,lan.5. .were discussed at its weekly meeting -Tuesday evening in headquarters at the Hotel Noble. "Mndamc Majesty." n three act comedy by Laurence G. Worcester, has been selected os the initial p«s?.nt!iHon and will be given at Steelc, Mo.. Tuesday April 12. Miss Marie Moon will be in charge of the production. . * * * Bible Ctats to Have The'Ladles Bible class of First Methodist church will have a business meeting Friday ^evening in the' home of Mrs. Frank" Wsbb. Ifllh 'and Chlckasawba avenue There >re some imporlant matters to be brought up for discussion and a good is urged. Bits oj Netis Mostly Personal Luxora Society—Personal Charles Howard and Cecil Me- Lauehlln returned Monday altjr a' week's visit with relatives in Lexington, Ten n, Mr. and Mrs. Kclchln of Ullle Hock were the gixats of Mr. and Mrv Friuil: C. Louis this week. Mcsdamcs O. fi. Wllkins and Friday. Dojs are no novelty lo dark-eyed Mile. Nlnn Svend. But of all her hundreds of canine pets, her favorii; is her English terrier, Uarky. with whom-she poses here. Besides being a beauty noted throughout Europe, Mite. Svend operates the largest canine-breeding establishment in Scandinavia. nnd voled to def;r study of another l?.xt until the month of May and lo spend the current month in co-operation with the parcnl cinb In promoting thn Better Homes campaign. On Ihe program at Tuesday's meeting \vcre Mrs. F. A. Ilowsc, leader; Mrs. J. W. Edrlnglon. Mrs. G. B. Segruves, Mrs. C. M. Harwell nnd Mrs. W. B. Hunt. Mcsdamcs W. E. Hunt, C. E. Sul- leneer, F. L. Pltlpns and W. W. Prcwlll will attend ihe U. D. C. ^ bencfll bridge party at the Gayoso i on business Monc'ny. local school while Xfr. Kciier Is n.way. Miss Nona Crews left Monday lor Blylheville lo ontor the hospital for nurses training. The Hcv. rani Galloway preached here Sunday morning. Johnny Keiser, who Is teaching school here, has.gone lo Washington for an examination in chemistry. Mrs. Ed Cook, Sue Whlpptc and Pearl McClain siiopp:rt in Blythe villc Saturday. Jake Counts o! Wilson wns her Hojel. In 'MeJnpls.' Friday. '' Bobby Robinson .and Charles .Nl- William Lang has re'.mncd from fit. where he spent a fuw rtays buying spring slock for The Fashion. Jack Herman returned yesterday Irom Hvmrsvlllc. '"d., wlvve lie spent a lew days with his mother. He was iimimpantrd buck by his brother. Arthur. The boys will as slsl their father. W. K. Herman, in his bakery .shop which lie vreenlly purchased from J. II. Fisher. CullniRii ot Cniuthcrsvllle Ins icluriHMl lifter u brief visit wiih Virgil Usher. John Tyrone has recovered from nil ill tuck ot Influenza. Miss Gwendolyn Fisher was able lo return lo school loday alter u wcak'.s abscuec on nccomil of Inllucni'.a. G. U Wllfim spent to-uy in Mcm- pliis on business. fj. W. Alfllck and W. 1!. Tanner iclurncd l.isl nlijlit .'rom Helena where ll.ey attended to business lor a few days. ; Mrs. Pearl Stewart is Improving now after a week's illness with the influenza. W. p. vcszey Is attending to business in Llllli; Rock Ihls week. Virgil Greene is allendiiig to bus-. Wuucierlich liiB:s in Hurrlsburg. Ark. today. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cox of Osceola spent Wednesday taro will Mrs. Cox's mother. Mrs. Penr Stewart, aud family. Mrs. T. J. Cireonwell ot Blloxi Miss., who Is guest, of her son. Pali tirccnivcll. and family for scvero ilays, Is visiting In Caruthersvill with another son, Ti'.omas jr., fo a few days. Matt Monaghan and Benl Massey spent today in Wilson on business Albert Franklyn • Jones was ad milted to the Baptist hospital I Memphis Wednesday lor treatment Reeves 'Ail^n returned lust nigh from Jonesboro wh;re lie .spent a week on business. Mrs John Ponder of Campbell, Mo., was the guest of Mrs. II. A. Taylor the first of the week. Miss Manila Blyllie. returned to Little Rock yesterday after k short visit, with her mother. Mrs. Virgil Greene and family. Sire was accompanied by Miss Florins Qiiln'n of Osceoln for a few days visit. Mrs. H. A. Taylnr, Mrs. Roland Green. Mrs. N. B. Meimrd. Mis. R. :I. %ciirteU and Mrs. J. II. Elk'lus Herman Kresse. shopped in Blythc- Miss Miind Lllt!:lon spent the week end with Mrs. Dave Rlch- Charlye Scotl, daughter nf Mr. inul Mrs. C. S. Scott, who al- Uuraka all-star Crescent college, Ark., made lh, stato basketball team. The award was made al the stato tournament at I idle Rock last week which was won by Crcsfont. college. Mr. and Mrs. I,. I,. McDeiinimn Mra. Knox By WM. E. McKENN'EY , Secretary, Amrriran Krldge League If you ask any expert today which ;ame h; prefers—auction or con- .raci—he will iiulckly reply. "Why, conirucl, of course." Therefore, il nay ECCIII a surprising statement when 1 say that auction was a more scientific game than coniract. Even the bidding of auction, \viiil3 (here was very lillle of It, had to bo very accurate, esiKciully in tournament, play. Care had lo be exercised that yen did nol play ihe hand and find Ihe opponents with your honors. The play of Ihe hand wns without a doubt the most Important factor. As there was very lillle bidding, a great premium was placed on good carj rending. I«ople who fully undmtind them will, through mathematical calculations, u ration. al the correct decla- Very often I have watched the play of one of ihese well-bid hands, when the player went down. Th:n you hear the remark, "Well, partner, we certainly bid that hand well, but l dropped a trkk In the play." Thi Play's (he Thln» Try partnership play tire same as you have now tried partnership bidding. Learn the correct opening leads ami the proper play of the hand so that you, after biddin" a hand well, may get the maximum out of your cards. Another linvi 1 as their guest WIs? of Hulls, Tenn. C. H. Wood. Jr.. student at A. and M. college, Stavkvillc, Miss., Ylsikd his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. I!. Wood Kr, th? past week. D i and Mrs. O. llowton had as their guests the p:ist week Mrs. LllljD'.irn Howtnn nnd children of Eviii'sville. Ind. M.-,ses Eva anil Runt Lou Cookc eho]:|)al In Memphis Monday. Mrs. Foster Yatcs. Mlsr.-.-, Mabb Meredith Graham, Dixie i Pauline Beaton. Mrs. Al- j in Wuiulcrlich, Alvin Wundcrlich r., iiiid Mrs. C. S. Seott allended ,h.? state Uapllsl hnsgelball tournament in Little Rock last week. Mrsdnmcs Ray Graham and A. Today the beginner at contract, important feature In the play of thinks that Ihc principal fejlurc : the hand is when your opjxmcnls in contract is the bidding. Various i arc Belting ail of tltc lickels and systems— or bidding theories — nave been compiled which mutliemali- cally assist the beginner in arriv- bidding lor Barnes and slams „„ practically every hand, good de- ftn5lv e play will now gain you a Ing at the correct, and maximum i Ereat many iwiuts. The play of the " ' cajds at either 'auction cr contract is the most Important faclor. ''• Mrs. Chiirles Driver and small; cliols motored to .Jonesboro . SOn- son John B. will go (o Litlle Rock Friday for the week-end with friends. Mcsdamcs F. P. Jacobs. Hugh Crnls, Margaret Barbirrs nnd C. M. Harwell will nltend ihe mceiing of ihe William Sirens chapter of Ihe D. A. R. in Marion Friday, when Mesdmiies S. V. N'cely, Ed Tnlbol and Rosa Rleves 'will be hostesses, ciilcrlainlns at Mrs. Ncely's Home. : Hayli Socictv—Personal slioppcd In Memphis Mr. 1 -. Joe Boivcn ot Hulls. Tcnn.. r, II'- guest of Mr. and Mrs Sam Bowr:. Mrs. James Driver and children of . Osceola spent Monday with Mrs. Driver's parents, Mr. nixl Mrs. Jesse Brown. Miss Lucille Barren spent the w,r.?k end with relatives at Rosn. -Mrs. Elliott Williams. Mrs. Elizabeth Stlltmrm and children Peggy and Ditsy spent Saturday in Memphis. Mesdiimcs Edgar Gnlyenn declaration. Toe Many "liiildm" Too many people, however, seem lo be satislk',1 if they can corrccl- ly hid a hand, but you must still know ho'.v lo play a hand correctly. Competitive bidding in contract very often discloses the Iccation uf important liigh cards. Pay siric: attention to the bidding so that in the play of the hand you can locate or place those missing imiwrLant cards. The reason contract is mor: popular than auction is because.' a 'player may. with a minimum amount o( time and patience, toon LOWElL Grand Leader's Ready-to- Wear Lines Low in Price But Authentic. fully master the bidding system of An opportunity lor women of some authority. The belter known l B '. v 'hevlllc to complete their spring systems are so accurate that two ' a " d sllmm(!r wardrot.?s at prices ---- . ______ 'beyond comparison is now offered j by the Grand Leader, according to Monday night. | Paul Roscnlhal, manager who home at Osceola Those from Luxora who attended ; S ays that the new lines now beln» were Misses Bessyc Elinor Tluve- Jshown are even better buys than at atl, Kra Ocorge, Pauline Seaton,. (he record low prices of six months Evelyn Martin and Nellie Rose, ago, style and quality considered. and H. iei' Miss • Geraldine Alsup and Lee Philips Wed HAVTI, Mo.—A marriage of much interest to the people of Hayti was that of Lee Philips to Mi's Gornl- dine A_ls«p, which took place at the .Methodist parsonage Monday evening, by Ihe Rev. J. R. Bullinglon. T&e Jbride is Ihc daughter of Mrs. J. AIsup. aud is a popular member of the- liayti ycur.ger set. She is a student at the Hayli high scV.ool. Mr. Philips-Is working nt Ih3 People's drug store. Keiser News J. Bowles, who lias acen In Ihe Baptist Iwspltal nt Memphis for en operation, has returned home. Miss Irene Nichols is • spending the week at Wilson as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clovis Croekclt. . Jce Cotton of Dyer.tbitrg. Tenn.. was a business visitor here recently. Mrs. R. H. Robinson motored lo Jonc-storo Monday with her daughter. Margaret, who is attending school ti'.cre. Silas Mcade aud Swan Brock were business visitors In Marked Tire Monday. Howard Staton has returned j home Irom a Memphis hospital. . The Joiner Mclhcctlst church cn- teila'mcd th:- people of Keiser willi musical program al ;lho Kaiser church Sund.iy. afternoon. Mrs. J. T. P"clk. formerly Miss Belsy Diunrnva'nT.'is teaching in the New Wonderful Face Powder day. J. L. Ctnuni'ngs sulTiircd a It injury when his car skidded into a ditch, and turned over during Ihe slorm Saturday nlghl. His son, who wns wllh him, was unhurt. Mrs. J. T, I'olk gave n pirate shower Salurclny afternoon for Mrs. W. E. Pifc'g. Refreshments were served by two lillle pirates. Palsy Jane Robinson and Stanford Dini- navant. and Messrs. Fred Roberts. William George aud Charles Corkran. Lone Oak items The Lone Oak Community club met in the home of Mrs. Muijie Hiiey Monday nCtcKioon with 18 Half-Moon The Intermediate Sunday school class had planned an egg hunt Sunday but was unable io have it on account of the ruin. Mr. aud Mrs. !.ewis I'orllock and | ' I'c ^einphis visitors Tuesday. Mrs. S. P. Martin is improving after a week's illness with Iriflii cuza. Mrs. Earl Quinn and family of Osrcola spent Wednesrlny hers with Mrs. Virgil Greene and family. Jco Alexander hns been called lo Ridju'iy, Tenn.. because of the serious illness of Ills brother. Sam Alexander. He led. yesterday morn- Ing. Mrs. E. K. Lalimer was Inkcn '.o Ihe Blythcville hcwpiial tedttj' for trcalnicnt after several days serious illness with influenza. Pete Kinsorving. accompanied by Roy Pemenlu', slioped in Memphis Saturday. J'JMrs. N. W. wngncr of JTanila spent Friday with Mrs. Charles Coikran ami ^Tls. Minnie Cridcr. •Mrs. Mnvy Tucker had as her i'lifsis Sundny Mr. *nrt Mrs. C. H. Ailnian of Memphis and Mesdames itclstlcr and Webb of Bolivar, Tcun. ?.'Ntr. and Mrs. Jim Lynch, who Have liver in Luxora for several ^ears, have'moved lo Osceolo. V; Mitses-. .Josephine Birclicll and! Vicio'rln Lay!: Ei>cnl several days' of the pa^t week with friends in Biythdvillc. Paul' Rcvler, \\lio has been vis- itins relalives in Annn, III., rc- turr:d home Friday. William Gcon;e and cousin, Wndell Saliba of New Madrid. Mo. motored to Osceola Satnrdny. ";Mr. nnd Mrs. Rush llollipeter of Blylheville. were Ihc guests of Mrs. Holli|)clcr's mother. Mrs. M. T. Olds and daughter Elizabeth Sunday, l j ..^Misses Laveni and Vivian Scur- loik-':of Osceola entertained a I destroyed by the eruption number of their friends in tiioir Mount Vesuvius in 10 A. D. Shcelyn, Earl | Everything offered for spring and Lynch, Louis summer has been • carefully Fleeted from the best known markets in the country in 'which this class of merchandise is shown. Styles are unquestionably authentic and many of the low priced models are exact copies of expensive models. While Grand Lcactar buyers have nieiulx.')'.! and three, visilors present. The mollo and club flower were E:/ lected ami also a club quilt was started. After the business sosston an inie:eitiii|; program was given by Mrs. Kulh Davis, Mrs. Annie Gamble and Mrs. Maltie Huey. A &ilad course was served by the hos- .tess iu'Sisicd by Mrs. Lois Young, ^he next meeting will be held in the cSiurch and everyone Is urged lo L'oaic and bring flower bulbs and seed for beautifying the church flo'.vor garden. .Mrs. Nolan was a Leachvill? visitor for the Easier holidays. Mis. Ben Gardner visited Mrs. Willie Powelt Monday afternoon. Tiro. W. W. Walters will nil tiis appointment al the church Sunday nnd Sunday night. Sunday school at 10 o'clock and everyone is invited. kept in 'mind the important ques- ' tion of price, stock, quality selecting' new materials and workmanship in all garments ' has | been slrictly maintained. In fact, garments offered on a price level wllh those of last fall, have been greatly improvtfl in respect to quality. More than 20 years of catering'to the fashion demands of Mississippi county and southeast' Missouri has thoroughly familiarized the Grand Leader management in this faiid. All of the style selections shown in tills slorc are now. or soon will be, the most popular numbers worn in this section, adv. There was a one-way street in Pompeii, Ihe Italian city which was of Duradenc Permanent Including Shampoo and Set -,---Frederics Wave $0.50 Eugene W McAdam's Beauty Shop Phone 288 - - - Ingram Bldg. Marion and Wihiui. of Ciiruthersville were dinner quests of Mr. ami Mrs. J. W. Pnrllnrk Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. .1. Haw and family nnd Mr. and Mrs. Eail Shaneyfrll were also gue.sls. Amoni; I hns? who have bocu ill Mrs. H. P. ShancyfcH and family, Ora Lee Hawkins, Mr. and Mrs. Parllnck and Mr. and Mr.-i. Jim Alexander and family. Joe Torllock is visiting his cousin. Miss Wilina Portluck of Caruth- eri,vi]le for a few day?. Mrs. Helen Shaneyfell r.illeil on Mrs. Helen Wallers Monday evening. Since the influenza lias been rai;- with Influenza are: Mr. and Mrs.! lug through the country, alleml- Albcil llusklns and family. Mi. and ' ance :H school has been very small. Mrs.,J. Argo, who has been visiting in Fiint. Mich., amv;d"~herc Friday", evening. Johfinie Trc.iitman nnd Buridie LsFontc spent the week-end in Cape Gira'rdcat! Visiting fri;nds. , Miss". Myflte" Cr.ilton. spent the we-:ic-end In Braggadocio visiting Miss Nc-rma Holt. William Khourie ct st«le visited friends.-here Tuejiay cvjnlng. .Mrs.- r Lillian Rutherford of Dallas, Tex., vlsiled her sen, Jahn L III. and Mrs. Ethel Dorris, Sunday. Prevents L;u-fjo I'orc-— j Slays on Lonccr ' . Fcr a youthful complexion, tiso new wonderful MELLO-GLO Fare Pov.-dcr. Hides tiny lines, wrinkles ind r.ores. New French process i^akcs il spread more smoothly mid itfiy on longer. No nore ?hlny KOSCS. Pur?st tncc r.owdvr known. Prevents large pores. Ask today lor new. wonderful face r-°w"der, j MELLO-GLO. that suits every complexion. i Osceola *" f * ; Sociely— Personal Mrs.\H»rry tinrar was hostess lo the two tale bridge cliib to'which she bilongs at her country home near here .Wednesday. High score prize was awarded Mrs. \V. E. Hunt : and deUclous refreshmenls wsre ser\'ed'"f»llo»'ing the game. i . **..*'• - Mrs.'.T. P. JacoSs'ehtertalnsd the Ut«r»ry <}«p»rlraent of the Osceola 'Women's'Progre»he dob at her f ^countryi tfmt •. south of O;ceo$i - gflernoon. . nbers completed Mudy of ji "The Endurinp Quest," | r .^. ... ' ' Swecl Cream Ituller 30c I.b. Bennett's Pasteurized Milk I0c Qt.. Delivered Phone 74 IJulgarian Buttermilk I5c Qt. Go to Church Sunday Skirts Cleverly slylcd ;-kirLs, some \v i I h /.ippor side - fastv n- i n K s. All shades. 81.95 Sweaters in Laccy Weaves 81.95 They 1 o r>k h'unrt- knil . . . that's how cleverly they're made. \Vith crew- necks, V necks and round! Week End Specials COTY SPRING OFFER Perfume Free with Face Powder AMBROSIA Offer 92 Value For -$1 CliUlKKTSON AND OFFICIAL CAKI) TAW,!-; COVKKS BAYER ASPIRIN m, 15 l CIHSON S CARDS Now 50 C Dubarry Beauty Preparations \Vi- li:ivi! been ;ip|i<iin(i<il exclusive Dulliirry ajrcnl f«r Hlythevillc. I.ct HH show ' vou thl.s licaufiful line (if tuilvtrivs, Ihc fitiesl (hat nindurn svivnrc can produce. ICntirelv a Irciilnii'iit line. IN THK TOBACCO DKI'T. Ilirnyar Cipiretli; Oullil ... - SI.OII K\tnt Hitnyar Toliaccn 2(lc (i - 15c (Jans Half & Half Tobacco I - Sl.OO Ilulhiri Kriar I'ipu BOTH FOR $1 AT THK FOUNTAIN Chicken Salad Sandwich )(>c Canada Dry (Jimjcr Ale ISc Virginia Dan- Wine §1.r»9 Johnston's lint Fudge Sundae - - - 10c Kristol Dux-d Mints Sc New York Store MENNEN AFTEH SHAVE LOTION J!Sc Value SIENNEN SHAVE CKK.-UI - - - - :!5c Value BOTH FOR 35 C Hinds Treatment Line Cleansing Cream - - Texture Cream - - Toning Cleanser Lotion 1'ENKTRO 2f.c VICKS VAI'O- UU1? - - - - SOc Fitch Shampoo <St Hair Tonic - 7nc POUND COLD CKKAM - - - We Electric Flashlight Lanterns - - - - Albolcnc I'inl 69 C Norwich Russian •Mineral Oil - - - 69° KIRBY BROS. DRUG CO. Main at Broadwav Phone 23 KIRBY DRUG CO. Main at Second Phone 89 yes here are values You'll Appreciate • Full Fashion, Purr Silk CHIFFON Hose rure lolhc top, l thread 45 gauge Chiffon in the new colcis of Hand While. Sun Bicge, Alle- crasse. Smoke- tone, a -jupsib IIPSC for only BLOUSES Btoemerf, Step-ins, Panties, Cum bin n- tiuns shown in all colors. Sweaters New slripo, and vest cffccli, I l also »!]id colors, just .the I I thing for school and business j wear. 98c New Skirts i New liig'h wa'istcd skills tall- j r,r:d.ot a nice quality wool I crepe.- ' $1.95 Children's and Mlsjcs I Anklets i Plain, and Fancy Patlcrns 20c The Grand Leader

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