The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 1, 1932 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 1, 1932
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FACE Tiro BLYTHEV1LLB, (ARK:? COURIER NEWS Society Calendar Friday The American Legion Auxiliary Is meeting with Mrs. E'dgar Borinn at 3:30 with Mrs. Louis Wilson a* co-hostess. Mrs. H. G. Partlow Is ontcrlaln- inj K.uumUr of her friends with a bridge parly at 2:30. EnkrUlnt the Mid-Week Club. Mrs". Harry Klrby entertained the Mid-Week club ai her home Thursday with a luncheon. Alter five progressions, ol bridge, Mra. Jsck llor- ner was given a deck of curds as the high score prize. B. and P. W. Club HuMs Dedication SmUes. The" members of the Business and Professional Woman's club galH- ered^on th? court house lawn Thursday, afternoon to dedicate trees' planted during UK George Washington Bi-centcnnlHl observance. Miss Cora U;e Coleman had charge of Ilic services nnd dedicated the swecl gum and oak trees lo deceased mcmbcrs^Mis. Ettirl Wilson find Miss L-3iigc' t Prior to the commemoration services-the club wsiit in'a body to visit, the new plant of the Unique Cleaners. Friendship Class Has*J>nr(y An! Shower. Tuo Friendship class of the Second 'Baptist Sunday school )nd n patt}^ Thursday evening In the home of its teacher. Mrs. Leslie MCOPC and also gave a shower for Mrs.*'; Jce reeves, fcrmcrly Miss Hele.n Moore. There werc M attending and the evening was S|>onl in various games. . Aii; ice . course with cake was scrvikl during the concluding hour Sna&ury r. T. A. To Give.Interesting Projram. Tile Parent-Teacher association of flic Sudbiiry school will hold Its regular meeting Wednesday af- WrnCoii at 3:30 o'clock, April C with,, "Health" as the subject to be dealt wllh. A health playlet will te given by repre.wntntivi'si ot the ^primary grades under supervision of'' Miss Mary lluhlcr. "Health ond Health Habits" will bs discussed by the superintendent of city schools, Crawford Greene and 'Mrs. J, R. Webster will ex- piling "The Value of the Summer Rouud-up". Mrs. Pleas Sccoy. wol- fnre'chairman will review "Suiiim 1 . r Hound-up Finns" aiid^thejiionllily presiSenl's .message wl(r'be'"rcr.'J ', by Mrs. Arthur Cole. '• '• • Jlrs./ >tflrs? ' Has Thu^?d.~!> Ltmclicon. Mrs. Byron Mor.sp was hcstes? to the Thursday Lvmclwon chit yeElorday with Mrs. Phppln Whit- net ns guest. After the twn COUIM luncpton v;as srrvcd. bridge con- ftllutcci tl'ie afternooa's eutrrtafument: Mrs. Whitner won Hit h'sh/Jscorc prize. JcDquils werp pretllly^ed foi- the decoration. Church .Choir Entertains AsslslanLs. The Presby'erlan church cl oh entertained the"'members of other church choVs, who ay>i;lrf in il'.e pi citation nf the Enrcer Can- 1 trlr.i with a parly In ;i;o social sv.uins ot the church Thursday everljig. The popular ca:n'j of :!:irl bal' was "Invert throughout >'.v cv. n- lh^ .until a laic hour w'ic:i pic, (Oirei and nuts wer c jfrvcj. * * * I.lord Flornun. Ifas'Birthday Party. Mrs. Sam Flornian honored her scn.Lloyd, when fhc entertained 25 of his friends Thursday aftevncoii: for his tenth anniversary. A color scheme of pink and grcrn k sas^carricd out in flowcv decorations and rofjfsh'mcnts with the centerpiece ofthc-tabl= being a huge,'", pink biithday cskc surrounded by green candles.- Lloyd lighted each candle, naming a s'rl, «lio^stepp:d lorwd aiid blew II cut.-. The tlrthday cake, candi aud*ic* cream werc served by [he hC3tc"ss assisted by Mrs. E. F. Fry. Mrs.. Tinnie Etubbo and Mrs. Cecil White. Tfie feature of- the afternoon's games ivas a fishing •contest. 'L!t>yd was recipient of a number of gifts. *-• , * * • Tuifts Horn. Mr.' and .Mrs. L. 1. nice announce Ilic •' arrival of twins on Thursday/;March 31 at the family home at 'BrOEdviny and Chlckasawba avenues. The little girl weiglis 7 psi.nds and the boy. 3 pounds. They' have ml yet been named. Bits oj Ncics Mostly Persona! 'FRIDAY,' APRIL i,-1932 Steels ' Society—Personal Inti- BRIDGE lly WJI. K. McKKNNBV As the bidding of a liaiul progresses, successful partners will scon recognize the fact that on? hand or the o'.licr must become tin' mailer liaini. While the following Lnnil produces a small slam. II is difficult to hid, especially since (In? play known as the Vienna coup must bo employed In order lo produce the sK odd. " VA-Q-6-5-3 • M *9 48-6 . • 8-7-5 +Q-108-6-5 4-3 " NORTH !*• m SOUTH *K-Q- 4-2 VJ-109-7 *A-6 *J-7-5 Beauty in Pairs From ihe Wcsl 1 -Hospital Notes Admitted,: cllyv Dismissed: Leachvillc. Mrs. E. K. Latimcr. V. A. Thurr.iDiid, " liadgcs on LaiKls DETROIT, Mlchisan .lUD—Be- cause federal court bailiffs, dressed 111 business siiils. were hard to diiiinjuisH. (hey. will wear their badgec in-plain view in tl;e future.';; Attorneys wanted Ihe men to wear uniforms, but this was - deemed a needless expense, nnd the badge idea ajtced upon, A10-3 VK-4 • K-Q-10-9-3-2 +A-K-2 »»» The"" South oJKncil (lie bidding wllh one diamond, West passed nnd North bid one .spade. As North nnd Soulli were using the one over one, a higher bid . was not necessary since a one bid ovcrcnllini,' a one bid is a forcing bid uiul requires partner to bid again—however, It does not promise game. Eust passed and South responded with two diamonds, showln good diamond suit o( al least t\vs cards and no supiwrl for .spadej JJoith then showed Ills oilier suit by bidding two hearts. South responded with three no trump. North then bid four hearts to iliow partner a two-suit hand, lu making this bid. he now left the decision entirely with his partner .is to whether the hand shall .be played at spades, hearts or no trump, and at what contract. When South responded with four no trump, he save up the possibility of a slam. < The Hay ] As every .suit had been,bid but clubs by North an 3 Soulh, West was naturally glad to hnvc a club opening. The fourth best club, th: six spot, was '.eti, and East torero tleclarert king with his j;-ck. A small diamond was plnyed to dummy's jack and East won the trick with the ace and returned the seven cf chits, which South won with the ace, discarding a spade from dummy. Declarer now started a barrage ot diamonds, leading tlie king, queen and ten. West Iollo«ed with two diamonds and ti ciuh. A diamond and two spades w:rc discarded from duiuny. East, had hut one diamond and discarded a club aud a spade. On the nine of diamonds West discarded n club, dummy dropped the Jack o( spaSrs nnd East the fo;ir of rnadcs. Declarer then pU.vcd a small spad; and wen in dummy with the acr. Hasl playing the queen of spades. A small heart was led fi;m dummy and wen by declarer with the king, and now the last diamond was -swung. West dlsc.1rj:d the ten ol clubs, th; five ol hearts wax discarded from dummy, and East was .down Jo thr king spades nnd the jack, ten and nine of hearU. Regardless of what i:r discards tt-frill cost him a trick. If the kin<t Mis. I.ucy McAdams, Mrs. Cliamblln and Miss Leone Calll- cul fipenl today In Memphis. Mrs. Elton Klrby and Mrs. Jack llorncr were Memphis visitors today. Misses Vclvn Daniels aiid Lois Nell 8lylo» hiked to Steele Wednesday and visited with Connie and Clark Frame. Mis. O. 1'.' Moss, Mrs. J, 'A. nnd tits. C. W. Aflllck ove to Memphis today. Miss Virginia Keck and guest, i£s Betty Fair, returned Tues- ly lo LludEiivtooil college, fj*. liarleA. Mo., after a .short visit itli Miss Keek's parents, Mr. id Mrs, 0. E.' Keck. H. E. IJeiman, new owner ol id J. II. Fisher Oakery shop, will itiirn today from Evansvllle, liitt., here he drov c for Mrs. Herman, hey will live In the Slsk home i 1 Kentucky avenue. Miss Virginia Bonrland and her ucst, Miss Virginia Wilbur have itiirncd lo Christian college, Co- imbia, Mo., .afier S|>cndliig the clldays litre v,'ith Miss Eoiir- uid's mother. Mrs. Uourlond .and mighter. Jean and Mrs. J. A. Bass rove them back. Mrs. B. A. BngB is able to lie p after a week's Illness. R. 0. Cminliighnm and d«uyh- er, Betty Site of Aikadclphla. \rk., are visiting several clays as uests of Mr. Cunningham's bro Her, C. A. Cunningham. Mrs. J. H, Hancock relimied to .er home In Memphis this morn- ng after a week's visit with Irs. C. S. Stevens and other rlends. : Mr. and Mrs. J. 'A.' iiiggs of Little Reel: were Thursday guctts f Mr. and Mrs. A. Cpnwiiy en ome home after n visit In Car- Mrs. E. D. Oillen spent today in Marlc'ii. Ark. attending a D. A R. meeting. II. TVCulp will spend (lie first :att of Lhe week 'In St. Louis on iiislne'ss. Miss Cova Lee Coleman. countj demonstration agent, and J E. Critz. county agricultural agent ip«nt today at Dell and Perry supervising 4-lf club mcstin illss Add Unnlvnnt retiunerl to- i{y. after a .short -business trill t ' 4 v* - ., / i. '.A marriage" of much 'Interest, In this community" was (hat vt Miss Dora D^jes'to Jack Caldsn-cll. i»r- fprincd li( the home of Mr. ami Mrs. T. E. Nelson by Ihe liev. A. B. Sadler, ' ' Only relatives and a few mate friends were present,. The bride Is the daughter it Mr. and Mrs. H. L. DEJS who moved heic recently from Maiden, Mo Mr. Caldwcll is the son of C. CalJ- well of Mayflald, Ky. He has making his home here with Mr. and Mrs. N. L, Meadows. * • r Mlts DeMc Stewart was hostjss to Ihe , Tuesday night r club thl: week. Cities ( of MLnour) ,»fre studied. followed, by a '•social' hour devoted lo -gaines ond puzzles. The next meeting of |hc club will be with Mrs;-!,, w. Ytefvci'. ' ! - * • • Mrn. E. W. McCaim and ilaugh- ' 'is Helen and Maiy Ann of Coot r were eiiesLs of Mrs. C. p. HDW rd Monday. MUs Jewel Matlhls has accepteil position with tlie New Fair store i Cacutiiei'svllle. W. L. Bailey is sick with the flu. Mrs. W. T. Bai!ey has returned r«iu an extended visit with rela- ives in Phocnis, Ariz. Memphis. Yarbro School News The Yarbro civic club ii'.ct Wednesday, March 30th. Reports were lieard from Ihe home room., disci pline, general school nncl' arrange ;ncut conMUtltces. A conslitiit'. •! >vas adopted by this club, drnwi l>y Mildred liiinch, Bonnie Lyru Whcclcv mid J: . Smith. Maur, wert ,nade to clean off the campus. Since the basketball season hn elided, thC'btiys have .begun pr.ic ilcing baseball. ' The tentjl grade boys are sod .1iilK the front section of Ihi; n pua, another work of the clu ; ) Hayli Socicty-r-Pcrsonal The Women's Missionary society uf Ihe Methodist churcii met. at th; of Mrs. T. A. McNall Wf.l- lesday afternoon, with n fairly good attendance, Including -one new iiember, Mrs. Mayes Ciilsm. Platis lor a luwaar the fecond Saturday in April werc illscusul Mrs. Golden was cl'.osen as Hie deltgalc to represent tills union at -he annual meeting nl Caps Oirar- deai:. The hoilcss, -sslsted by Mcs- dames Avcrtll and Rorex, ssrvcd angel food cake and wliipped cream. Tile Women's Missionary Union Of ihe Baptist ctiuich met at the home of Mra. M. Fry \Vsdnosdny allcruoon with 12 incmLtirs present. Plans were completed for a chicken dinner Saturday. The hostess' served a fruit drltik and sand-' Miss Christina Harmon entertained with a dslightful dinner parly at the .home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Harmon. Monday evening. The honored guest was rnice_Slelims. ot. Fultoij, MQ. .imier' the-'gutsts wei^'cft* ierta.ujed with dSncih'g : anrt 'Brlrt^e. Another out of [own yuest preseni Miss Pauline Condi!, a gradu- aie of the Haytl high 5riiool hut now a Etudeni. at William Wowl college at] Fulton. Mrs. Carrie Meatlc entertained the Friendly Five Bridge club with a sis o'clock dinner at her home Monday evening. There was one Riiest, Mrs. Lou Ridgcway. .Urs. John Cramer received dalntv liand- kcrchiets for high score at." bridge. Bc.iulles of hvo western colleg art 1 shown above. Students select pretty Miss F.lizabnh Denny, t plctine. of Aurora. III.. 115 the most attractive Bill nt liclolt College and Miss Mary Tom BlncXwcod, below, of Alexandria, !.n., was chosen as the "Sweetheart. o[ Texas" at the University of Texas. Beslde.s Hits title. Miss Denny holds throo otTlces. Miss Blockwco<lalso has been selected lo presid c at the iiiiniial round-up celebration Auill 15. 16 and 17 when other colleges and i universities in (he southwest will send their school "sweethearts." Hightowcr News Fr.nik Pelcrs Is able lo be atler au attack oi tnlhicnzii. J. H. Shnw is in Mississippi uslncss. ^ir. Hipp of LMrhvillp was ll;c suest ol Miss Odith Peters Sim- lay. Henry Edgel. who has been «ork- ng for Mr. K Peters, returned o his home in Alabama Sun- ay. Silas Shaw was tlie Saturday light guest of Charles Peters, Taylor Seagravrs made a bitsl- fs 1 ; trip to Metnpliis Tiiesday. Mv. aii'.l Mrs. C. Grcfgs si».nl Sntinclny night nnd Sunday will Mr. nnd Mrs. George Gre?i;s. Mr. nnd Mrs: Willie Cook o 1 Mavie spent Saturday night Sur.ri.iy with the former's parents Mr. anrt Mrs. C. K. Cook. Vqlj for S. C. Craig lor City MIM, Edilli Peters spending this v.cek-end In Kennelt. Mo, visilmg her sister, Mrs. Walu Story. Mr. and Mr?. E.lgar Crouch ol lilythovitle vlfiied Mr. aiid Mrs Jchn Cio:;c!i Halimiay attcrnoou. Huffman News Mrs. B. H. Williamson and Miss Maxine Coi>e]and motored to Sterle Saturday morning for consultation kith Dr. Paul McCuichcoii. Mr. and Mrs. Hcdue of Blythe- ilte culled on Mrs. Emma I'eery ind family Salnrriay. Mrs. P. Mcorc and Misses Mar,ha Arianis, Florence Stakes and tlnxlnc Coiwland left Saturday af- crnoon for N'esbitt, Miss., "lor a ,'lslt wuli Mr. ai\d Mrs. J. P. Webb. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Webb Sunday. John Mrtcalf. who is a visitor lere among old friends, is ill «ith mcnmonin at the home of Mrs. Ella Hay. Bob Perry, who was 111 with the In lost week, is able, to be up and about his business as uroccrymai; tills week. Paul, son ol Mr. and Mrs. n. H rccn. who ivns dismissed Sunday from IliS Blylhevlllc hospital an appendicitis operation a we: previous. Is doing nicely at his horn: here. Mrs. \v. A. I'arhaui is" taking Ireatmcnt, for cancer under Dr Us'rey of BlyllieviUe. .R. H. Orctn \ a business visitor in ulytlievilie Wednesday. cJl Rast uf,Memphis, with 1; sister, LuciHr. called on Miss Pear Peery Wednesday. : Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Oxford re turned Wednesday from a nioto trip of several days cxtendm-; t points hi Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. ! v . K. Klsscll and daughter. Minnie V.. and Mrs Beadle l,yle shopped in lilythcvlll Wednesday. Mrs. Union Holmes was the Wed tiSfday guest of Mrs. Frank M-r rltt. Epworth League Meets at Luxofa Sunday LUXORA. Ark.-llic Mississippi 3otmty Epwdrth Lcai;iij a-lll m= et t the -Methodi.u chinch here Sun- ay afternoon at-.2:30. The Kels?r league will be in narge of the program, wiili Lcc- Vllliams. the prcsklcm. prcsidiili; vcr the meeliiiij. All members arc urged lo be pres- nt as the ebctioii o! ciVicrrs lor he coming year will be held. Towns, represented in the countj Mgiiniialion nice Luxora. Wilson Cclscr, Manila, Illythcvillc. Dell, Varbro. Joiner.nnd Osceoln. Courier News Want Aas Pay. Vol. for S. C. Craig "leik and Collector. lor City —Adv. VICKS COUGH DROP ,... All you've hoped for in a Cough Drop-medicated with ; in£rtdicnuof WICKS V VAPORUS Puradcne 1'ctTnnncnt 'Including Shampoo and Set ---'.Frederics Wave -'-'- S6.50 Eugene - - - $8 , McAdam's livnuty Shop Phone 288 - - '- Ingram Bide. is thrown away, declarer's ten c spades will to goad, whil: if a lieav is discarded, the declarer can lead I V'Vl"' fVom a small heart lo the dummy and ' win the lAbl Vhue hearl tricks. While a finall slam is made it employs a difficult squjezs to make Hill (lives .Vf Cold <iiml« AUnUHK. California. (DPI — "Them thai 1 mountains" havinM been robbed of all their precious j metal yet. A 2S-ouucc piece at «cld| cf quartz, valued at- $532, recently! a mine near Forest Ontario May ii an ^irc-r •KENNEWICK. Wash. (Uf'i- -A liolriv.p demanded $10 of K. C. Bf.ewmer. Thj .latter ofldrcrt si. After IOUR argument, a compromise was reached. Hill. The find u bonk. is on display at r City employs a aitncitit squjezs to make ] • jtnt *lttlmt of -A4y,|it, »nd It shou'.d.ijoJ.Jiiye been bid, I Courier News W»nt.A(l« Pay. , 'l8tiire,_ TORONTO. Oiit. il/Pi-A b.inon the us? of does In hnmini d«-r in Ontario will be urged at Ihe pres- the Ontario icgts- i .-.i Sweet Creiim liultcr 30c Ll>. Bennett's Pasteurized Milk 10*. Ql. Delivered 1'horc 71 ISnlgarian liiiltcrmilk 15c Q(. Go to Church Sunday PIGGLY gm WIGGLE Bargains for Friday, Saturday and Monday Oranges Potatoes Peck 29c 10 Ibs. 44c Pie Cherries Red Pitted No. 2 Can BANANAS & *",,r i Fresh C'u!. . Each NEW POTATOES Ss 6' : New Florida IHIC I'ountl lL-2. TOMATOES LETTUCE Cri311 Heads APPLES Large U; s ~" W •&. CARROTS Fresh me Hunch .1.2 ENGUSH PEAS 'i; RHUBARB Fresh .Calif. ItC Pound 13" EGG PLANT Fresh 101C Fla. Ib. • Joan of Arc KIDNEY BEANS _ ...J. Cans -,-"y V "u\ '•' . v. . ' *• 19 C Gi'nijinu Dill PICKLES Qt jur MJII. Good Lwk, Urge If IllnCanSc, Small Can Pride, 3 Cans ZSC Tomatoes Matches 12c Silver Wed- dirijr / ; :.; J •18 sack- 85c 2>i IB sact' 1 ' ; Ccunlry Gjqb. ;FIGi BARS Pound 10 C PURE LARD ? £ 59 C COFFEE Kronen 2!)c IQC Jcwfl lb 13 SALAD DRESSINGS &35 C PEANUT BUTTER K '-10 C I'ountl 11C 11 COCOA tal 25 (; PORK & BMHS»&%; f RAISIN BREAD APPLE BUTTER ;!8o | TOMATO SOUP v CRACKERS c. c. . : OAC= 2 Ib box Lv••-••• BAKING POWDER Shoulders Fresh Picnic lb. 6c Pork Chops Fancy Lean lb. lOc Salt Meat Finest Sides lb.7ic| Wilscn Certified Center Slices Ib 29c, Naif or Whole Sliced Bacon Black Hawk 5 Ib. limit Ib.lOic Our Finest U. S. Inspected, Brisket Roast lb. We Thick Rib Roast ib. 15c, Thick Rib Steak lb. 17;c BakedHam Virgin'.! Style nt.1t cr «'hcls lb. 26c Fancy Full Dressed- Hens-Fryers- Ducks - Geese Cheese Fancy )Visexmsin' lb. 1% .

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