The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 4, 1932 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 4, 1932
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TITO . (ABk.> COURIER NEWS Society Calcnda . .. . •The New Tuesday Bridge club I- meeting with Mrs. Robert Grimes. Mrs. Henry Humphreys Is hostess to UK Tuesday Luncheon club. Mrs. Joe Triesclunaiiri Is entertaining Ihc Young M«irons club. The Tuesday Contract club Is being entertained by Mrs. J. Nick Thomas. The Maple Giovc Cemetery nsso- clatlon Is having ing day. . The; Eastern Stdr Is having u mtetiug at 7:30 In ihe hall.- Wednesday Mrs. Charles Crlcger is hostess lo the New Wednesday Bridge club. The. Wednesday IJrldsc club Is ineeling with Mrs. W. J. Pollard. The Parent-Teacher association • of the Sudbury school Is inciting at 3:30 o'clock. Tlw P. E. O. Is merlins with .Mrs. C. S. Stevens. :>• . The Jewish Laaljs Aid will meet ,at a o'clock In Temple Israel. The LacM;'jjiblo class of Un- church ot Clj^t Is holding n Bible study nt 2:30'ht the home of Mrs Howard cilll.. The Delphian glmplcr Is meeting .at 9 o'clock nt Hotel Nob'lc with Mrs. n. N. Wore Jr., as leader. •Thursday Mrs. Russell Phillips i s hostess to the Thursday hmclicon club. •The MM-Wcek club Is mcctliio with Mrs. Cecil Shane. Tlie Elliott Fletcher chapter of • the U. D. C. will E o to Luxora (a meet In the home or Mrs C D Weeds with MisdnniM Elliott Williams, P.-S. Hudson, B, 11. liogHii and Sue Brown-as'assistant hostesses. Mrs. Herman Cross will he tin; leader. . • ! • Mrs; J. T. Ashley is t'oslcsa to tt e» lor-UK? Armprcl school faculty this afternoon. DtfcaltiJ Division •.'..' Glvis April-Fool Parly. The Japanese 'recently defeated the Chinese In a niemljcrship contest sponsored by the Senior League of (he Lake street Wethodlsl church ' ami were cMci t.ilncd Friday ;6Wnin s with an April-Fool parly aC. the home of Miss Marie . Collier . The :(orty young people present 'enjoyed' many Interesting games.; for. 'several hour's. '• - When; refreshments »-ere- served .the ChlncK; sat. oH/ono side of the room-'-«iiii:.thb Japanese on .^tne other. Suckers were served Ic .the Jaffe;> arrtt 'mlltf-choc'tiute- bars' to (ho Chinks. - Later the Jnpj were also given milk-chocolate bars !r. • * * Revlral Continues, Evanscltst W. E. Th'ivnidiul of MnttpOn, ill, conmirtcd service! Sundav evening at the Oospji Tah- crnafW localccl at 519 Ash street 1'iidYwlll continue services c:ic i "c veiling tins week. Evangelism it not al new work for the Tlnir- nionijs, as Ihiy have traveled se>-- tral states and have met with good success. Mrs. Thurmond presides at tho piano and/. docs speciil s'nin Announcement was imode las: night that the meetings will continue for a>: Indefinite time. All ssats 'are free and the general public is invited. = • 9 • Meeting Postponed. The;mcetlnb' ot the Literary department of the Woman's cluh. which was to have. [ been held Tuesday afternoon has 'been postponed ' iintil Tursriay, April l"Ui. All members nrc urged to be present on that date. • * « Hare. '6 O'clock Dinner. Mr. ! ;and MJ-S. J. H. Fisher entertained with a C o'clock dinner Sunday, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Harry Watwood and son and daughter,.' Harry and 'Miss Blanche. who 'ore leaving soon for Pcnsu- cola. Fla., lo moke. their home. and Jack and Arthur Herman, who recently moved here • from Evansville, Ind. Other guests were Miss Virginia Sv.clson nnd-Bnlord Wallace. of Cnuvfordsvlllc, Ark., and Misses Jessie Lee England. Sarah Nunh and Addle !*e Langstou. Flower decorations with hy-i- cinths ami Irish lillies predominating were used about the. 1001115 and as table centerpieces."" Mint baskets 1 fee-re given as favors. Tomorrow Is Clean-Up Day at Busett Cemetery BASSETT, Ark.-Tuesriay, April 5, has been designated clean-up day at 'the Bassttt cemetery, and all fmsrttlcd in maintaining Its beauty are Invited lo come early, bringing lunches, ho« and rakes. Hospital Notes Admitted: Mrs. May Fraychcr -;. Leachvillc; Mtss Myrtle Shelby •••:..- Manila; J. o. Johnson, city; i.- a; ,- K ••:.' • 1. McGregor, city. V.."- ptenliscd: -.Mrs. nnth Miller ,;:'.;." ..Cirutnersrillq; J. o. Baldrldje, •';;''.'' Le'Chville; John Paul Waller, New ;;•;;." Attdrid; and Mrs. E. K. Latlmer f^- clty v ^•:-.'. » SIMM Stamp .Collection ;;.:,; STANWOOD, W«s)i. (UP>—C. T. ;.'-•;•:,. Rlchnrdson KOS persuaded'by his £f: : ,.' sons to iMlp collect stamps" His fe''Vi'.' cc)l <ction.Eo!d recently for »10,001, |s''. P»ld the boys' tuition In college. V' _. Vole for 8 - C. Craig for City ».: Ctek «ad Collector. _Adv ^^••fe-, •/-.'-) ?MART GIRL WO CAN LOOK THAT «WV IM THE RAIN. Q AT Tut RIGHT f ae BLACK 0/l(?tOJH / Q WltlTt COAT. . ' l-EFT, 8EICAV 19 A - KILITAPT RAINCOAT IN BE lot AND BROVv'ig SUEDE OtOTH, KI6HT, WHITE POPU WITH OPlG«r f?f D RU06ER THE- eAPE IS> DETAeHABLE-. She's Hollywood's 'Russian Menace' The Wondc l.-cauty of Anna Stcn, 22-year-old Russian film Slav, .soon will Brace Hollywood. She first was noted In an imported incline, "The Brothers Karamazov," nnd then with L'mil Janninss in "Tem- l>cst." An American cinema producer got on the cables—and she'll head for this country soon. She has been In pictures since she was 15. Bits oj News Mostly Personal „!! Pusher spent Sunday In l/> panlo with frk'ntls. ' E. Critz, county uaricultural nccnt, and Miss Cora U'c Culeman "junty demonstration atjc-nt, nt- !ndcd;4-l( iclutj meeting* in', Armorel thk afternooi). Miss 'Culcm.-in altended a mcellng in Yarbro this mornlnj; and Mr. Criln In D;j|! Mrs. llufurd Martin and son ,lini- r, anil Mi. 55 . Willie linker drove' lo Silverdalc, Mo., Sunday lo accompany home their mother, Mrs Eil linker, who swul Hie iveck (her" with her sister, Mrs. Luthei- Miller. Mrs. Sid MIclilc of Mlcoln, Mo., _XMil Saturday here as cucst of Mrs. J. H. Fisher. Mrs. K. K. Mason Is. Ill at tlic family home 011 Walnut street ' Mlis EllMbt'tli mythc nnd Jlrs. W. S. iJingdon returned Sund ij- nli;lit from Little Hock, where Mis? Blytho an! mother, Mrs, Vlryll Greene were called Friday cveulin; on account of the serious illness of Miss Erelyn lllyllic, who underwent, an npueiidcctoiny In St. Vincent's hoi])!;al Saturday. Mrs. Greene will slay for several days. J. K. Tycr of Memphis, jic«' field jcnt for llw Criip Production Loans for [his district., spent today lierc on business. " '" •'' 1-Viincclla, little daugliter of Mr and Mrs. J. H. Fisher, | s () | wl[h h] . 'lucnza at the family home. r. D. Uiidrrn-otid returnpit to I.ft- llc Kock Friday after ,{ f cw (jays vl-slt with his dauijlitcr. Mrs. Gcm- B e Mulr. He i-L>tiirne:l'.Sii)icliiy nrtom- tKinkvl hy Mrs. Underwood for a short, visit. Mr. and Mrs. R. j, Peterson and Mr and Mr?. Jnme.s .Pearson aiid children visited with - relatives 'in rMmgonld during the week-end ' .Mrs. Oscar Eiiioll and MI :S , ^ D: G\vynn accompanied Mils Ncl- -Iq McCiinlay to 1'arigould, SmuliLv evening niter a week's visit'with .Mrs. Gn-ynr •;•..• Mr. and Mrs. William Horton vuilcd with their, parents In l>ar- i'.guiild during thj, .week-end TJiei' were accompanied by Mi; 6 Monra Kelley, who also visited with her parents. Victor E. Tccle of Winfleld, Kanas arrived here today and will rcV Inaln several »- C ekK, being employed with' the circulation depart" mi'iil'ur the Courier News. '"' ' O. P. Moss Is in Ironton, Mo today and Tuesday on business ' Afr. nnd Mrs. vr. L. Horner nnd son, Jack, arc spending Ihc week In Whestlcy. Ark., with Mrs iftn-ner's parents. J. .Samuel. Lar.dium sjicnt yesterday In Memphis. '• Thomas Wraf|>hi sjxMit the wcek- -•i!d In SI. Ldiils with liis parents. Miss Betty Sue Cunningham ic- :i.rnc?ri to her home in Lltllc- Rock Sunday after a week's visit hero with her grandmother.-' •-.-•-_. •Louis' Lillle Rock Saturday'to accoiupauj'. hoinejiftsx, Cherry «-ho has bccii-.visKiii^ reJa- :hes for several days •Mr. Mid Mrs. 'P. 6'. lioihr'ock' 'bl Cfcccoln were vl5ilors"in Blylhevill* Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sp'urceon I'atter- :on are vlsitins in Memphis'. *• Mrs. Ben Ciiiiiilnt-lmin of f,itlle Won't Go'Home Flftt— inthtdoujri. Then in the ov«n. You can b« sure , of perfect bikings in uiing— Pioneer Couple Celeb rale Their 50lh Anniversary Tin we Mrs. llltlg ie filticlh amnviu-ary of their was celebrated by Mr. and adding pic Mr. and Mrs. Paul were married In Caruthmvillf. Mo, bill have txcn residents of Mississippi county more than H >cars. Mr. Paul came to lht» country from Ocr- tnany when he was a j-cung nun. A graduate ol the Conservatory ol Music at Berlin h: came lo New- York as a pipe organist in a theater there. He is also .in accomplished pianist and a linguist, shaking seven languages. Several years after coming to America Mr. Pai;l mov;d to tho south and engaged In farming. He Is known as one ot the pioneer citizens of this section. Tne couple have five children. O. L. Paul of»ci-, Okl.u Carl Paul of Memphis, Mrs. Ted Madcrls of Jackson, Tcnn.. and Mrs. n. >'. Lofhn and Mrs. E. A. Poc of BK-- thcville Gloomy Dean Declares Christ Laughed Often LONDON. IUPI—r>«pi:<' ti-. c fart lhat, the liiblc not even o;icc suggests Hint Christ, ever laughed. Dean luge the gloomy, but famous dean of St. Paul's Cathedral, thinks that He did laugh. "We are told occasion that Christ wept.' declared IX-an Iniic preaching at St. Mink's Church, "but we never have be-on told that He laughed. Personally. I am convinced that lie dirt laush-and frequently." Dean Inge added thai ths note of fear which was very pro- ;nonnced throughout the New Testament hnd been almost atandon- !ed by ttie Christian religions. POWDER SAME PRICE FOR 0^40 YEARS 25 ounces for 25c WIlllONSOf POUNDS UitO BY OUR COVCRNMtNT Swtct Cream liullcr 30c \,\>. Bennett's Pasteurized Milk 10c Qt. Delivered I'honc 7-1 Hulj;;ivi,in Htillcimill; 15c qt. ^ Goto Church Sunday ^ v *' VY " s '*»«»t.*«Cfc-\-*- > ^^ Russia's 'loss will be France's gain If dark-eyed Vcra Vcrounlnn (above)... succeeds in winning nat- i>r,il!?,i(|on • as n I-Vench citizen. Onc ? sf'Icctc;! as the most Ix'auu- fut Rlrl. in Moscow'i'she recently h;is appearing In French and Gcmtnh films. Now she Is rejioit- cd to have fflntly .refused to obey orders to return to native Soviet : A bid ol one club makes it cas- Chicago Library Receives Book Donations Reck im-ivod Friday for n ihort vlsil svitli ; .iJr. Ciuinliignnm'x 1110- llioi-'. '•:'.;'::, illss Carolee Wood of Memphis spent UK week-end here with her giiiiitlparcnui/Mr. and Jlrs.. J. E. Whiiivorlh and family. lloy Hogan wns called to Memphis Saturday (o IK irilti .Mrs. Hr.p,im who is in llic Baptist hospital. Her condition is reported a lilllo better today. Miss Pcnrl Craves, Arthur Nabers and;Horace Uraves drove to Memphis Sunday to-spend the day with Miss Lcnn^SisL-o. Mr. an.d Mrs. Jim Mllhoru and ctaiightcrs, ora Lee, and Jimmy Cleo of- Leachville visited here Friday evening. • Jack Sgrrcll spent Saturday in Ircnton, M6:,-on business; .Mrs. J.> J, Davis spent, Saturday in .\Vest Memphis on business. - • Harold and-' Helen' Alice Sl'crn- fcci-g drcvcf to Oklahoma City .Saturday lor n visit with relatives. Kccmn «. .,,„ Mr. and' ' Mrs. Paul Rosonthal mefe 1 ,"" "«"pappp til cs com _ are spcmjlnff a feiv days in St and im ' e °° --— Louis. .-, | *5? _™ newspapers of Iwth Eng- >natcd by local readers. losion Blows Oat Smoker's Vest Pocket MONDAY,! APRIL_4. By WM. E. MrKKNN'EV Secretary, American Bridge Lu«iie Tlw actual breaks that occur at the table during tournament play very often form the subject of (he Interesting discussions ' after the ennie. On the following- hand, one pair arrived nt a small slam contract at no Irump and then, by cljv- er play, proceeded lo make it. Of course there Is a defense lliat will step (he contract, but H is not a natural one. 4A-5 VA-J-8 • K-Q-J 4A-K-1 0.7-3 * 10-8-2 V2 • 10-96-2 *J-9-84.2 NORTH fe- 3 U v, 5 H SOUTH . „ 9 VMO- 7.6-54 • 8.Q *Q-5 4Q-J-7-6-3 VQ-9-3 *A-7-4-3 Tile Bidding v/! Cd ' Sl " !r North Jmel an array ' uli hand mlh a Uvo bj(| m _ er, the wiiter |>refcrs the bid of o club When using Ule ^^ Pne, ,»,-i,icr will Blvc- you anoth- Public Library a^'^f 1 ^ Placed in the position it was forced 10 assume afler the Chicago fire vhen Queen Mary donated boote to re-estafcllsh the library Devoid in m™*' TV' ^' *W™. m many of [he branches from readers who have purclniwd and, having read them, wish | lwc ]Kcn "° l» lr chascs of cmporary items 5lncc last June '•""magazines and periodical subscriptions have had to he . ., Mrs. Lou. Echels ol • Memphis I S spent Sunday iicrc with her mc>- Uicr, Mrs.,; J,.. A. Grindvll. ' Mrs.: Grlndell accompanied her back for sc\cral days visit. . frcdiiie,Robinson nnd Robert s. Kersey cf Kclscr were guests of Ki-nnelh Osl-orne Sunday. Mr. -and- Mrs. -l;,y-Davis and ler for partner to give you » one over one and. show one and one- hall tricks. In respojise to the club bid, fast, who was not vulnerable bid two hearts and South bid two spades. Having a live-card spade suit and one and one-half tricks In the hand, he Is now entitled to show his suit, on the second round Norlb, at most tables, bid four no trump, which South passed. At. one table North opened the bidding with two clubs, East refused to bid his hearts and pas«d South responded, with two spades and North boldly went to six no trump, The Play East o|>cncd the six of hearts Tlic rule of eleven showed thai West had no heart, higher than tire six spot and as Ihe declarer wlsliet to finesse the .spatles, he played the nine from dummy which held li-c Irick. • " Tiie nucoii of spades was thei led and tire finesse taken. East ivoi the trick with the king. He saw that it was uslcss to continue his hetrts-natiuMlly he did not war. to lead clubs as the declarer liai bid them. However, the queen ol clubs is the only lead thai will ab- jEolutely ihe declarer fron making six no trump. East thought it better to .lead through strength and played the (eight of diamonds which the declarer won with the jack and th-i led his ace of spac'es.i The quc?en of diamonds was then played followed by tile nee of hearts 01 which West discarded a club. The king of diamonds was played am overtaken in dummy with the ace of diamonds-tliis wns the onh way that, the declarer had of getting into dummy to try for lib spade tricks. The jack of spndes was lei from dummy, declarer discarding the jack at hearts. The spades broke, so the seven of spades was Played from dummy. West was for- ceo to hold the ten of diamonds- otherwise dummy's seven would be sood, so lie discarded the four o dubs. On the six of spades Wes was squeezed-he couk! not discard ills diamond as explained above And when he discarded th» eight of clubs the declarer would "lead tnc six of clubs from dummy and Play the king from his own hand following, win, ()1C MC ol C|II|B which would pick up East's queen and West's jack, mafcin» declarer's ten spot good. The declarer made up for Jlu reckless bidding; by cleverly playing the hand. . (Copyright, 1932. NEA Service, Inc.) if"n UN ', C! " : ' "ID-Explosions - ...j -uiu-is Him.-"- an rignt, but not when thev children visited \\iili Mrs. - Davis'; '"Wen in the vest pocket if voii parents in Black Ouk Sunday. ;bcllcv. ? c. M. Durcn of Solano Cal Mrs. J.'J. Davis left this morn-1 Durcn was walking aloii" thp ing for Nashville, Tcnn. She will I highway near here recently"when also visit Jackson, Uemiin^ and!™ entire pocket ot his vAt wis Bolivar nnd. - appoint-, ageiit's for j blown out. the Spencer Garment cpmpi-.ny." He had put his pipe in the ivtr. and Mrs. J.. p. i/idbeitei- and' POC' • -.iJUlren Jimmic and Margaret mo- !«" iored to -Memphis yesterday where they attoiukd - the baseball game and automobile show. -I and it exploded nlder. STAINLESS c ' .. urns pact too, if you p WICKS W VAPORUB S»me /brmuU .. SJJHC pact la original form, too, if you prefer COIDS' MILLION JABS USED YFABV Vot c for S, C. Crais anil Collector. for City —Adv. Duradenc Permanent Including Shampoo j and Set Frederics Wave - - - $u.50 Eugene - - - ?8 McAdam's Beauty Shop Phone IK - - - Ingram Bldg. VOTE '. As our people voted on the qualifications of persons running t'ov office and nothing else, the officers performed their duties efficiently, the government; was a success and there was money to op- crate it. Siricewc have.lost sight of qualifications and'be- gan voting on politics and other things, our government is bankrupt and taxes are rising by leaps and bounds. Lets go back to the right way—the safe way: You are urged to go to the polls on April fifth and vote for the man who is best qualified to fill the position of Municipal Judge. This Advertisement Paid for by Friends of Chet Cunningham \ OR, IEIHI TflUfll Address Before P. T. A. Council Will Precede Meeting at Blytheville. OSCEOLA, Ark.-Dr. Caroline Hcdger, M. U, of (he -Elizabeth Me- - Cormlck Memorial Foumhucn ol Chicago, will be tho siwaker on the program of the Mississippi Caunly.' Council of Parent-Teacher arsoi-h- tlons at Wilson Wednesday, April 20. Dr. Hcdger, an authority of na- • tional promhicnce on 'teen asp psy- 1 • chology, will speak in the high • school auditorium al Wilson at r"- p.m. April 20,- and will address an • audience in tho city hull at Blyth:- • ville again (hat evening be-limim' at s o'clock. Both lectures arc open to Ihe ' public. On the Wilson program Dr Hcdgcr's subject will be "What Dm Community Owes the Child" anil'r in Blytheville she will talk cir'ThM Adolescent fchild." Tlie Wilson itiectiiu; is tin r"gu- lar spring meeting of the Cornty '• P- T. A. council, and a business session, when-yearly reports will tr made and officers elected for tin; ensuing .fiscal -year,' will begin at"' 9:30 o'clock in the Community House. Luncheon will I K serv .M a v H:30 o'clock'by the Wilson P T A in the high school cafeteria. Shawnee Baiket Teams ; Entertained at Party BASSETl', Ark.- Mrs L 1' ' : Howdcn, Mrs. Will Slaton and Mrs'"' Terry Mitchell entertained the s-n-' ''• ior girls and bov s basketball trains"" of Shnwncc high S ehool at Mrs " Bowdcn's home Friday. ; '' Dancing and games were • v :ijoy-'" ed. followed by refreshments, captains of the two teams cut -rceni'- nnd gold cake.5. ° T Those present were M?lba SeV- ' mour, girls captain, Dorothy Adams sub-captain, Naomi McFatrldV"-' Hollie Hughes. Terry Mitchell -M«U-" vma Saliba, Inez Eisk, Vcra rtc n -ton, Ella Mae Robinson, Geneva "; Hosey, Clam Darner, Marion Sla-' ; ton, Janet, McGarrity. Maiirlnc Mel--' on, Ed Norton. Eil Bell, James Slaton, Ira Young, Roy Yoims; Guy ••• Speck, • Jimmic Adams r Chauhcev pcnton. F. Wright, Dyer Garner . !'. Announcing The aridilion of : a'' Nthv Line of Foijnrlniion Garments Mould Your Figure to New Beauty with Median's The secret of loo ling smart—-lies under TOW dresi! Your figure murt first be well groomed to »a»i<ve chic. Modart'g "Brau- tificr" achieves the fuhionable concave curve below the bust and a slender w«ist by means of the V-sh»ped e!«ric belt which f c-ttendj from the sides, meeting it the back. The ihipedbiut ofDe Luxe trkot girts the smart "uplift" line. The garment shown lj of pink brocade tnd firm cljK.ic, with a built-up back for «houlder nesh. ; - - • $3.75 and $5.751 Sisters ' j \

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