The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 11, 1932 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 11, 1932
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PAGE TWO BLYTHBV1LLB, (ABK.> COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 11, 1&32 * Society Calendar The Literary Department of Die Woman's club will meet at the club house at 2:30 o'clock. - Mrs. Harvey Morris Is entertaining the New Tuesday club. .The Tuesday Luncheon club Is meeting with Mrs. Henry Humphreys. Mrs. W. C, Hlgglnson Is hc.slcj-s to the Young Matron's club. Mrs. Floyd White Is entertaining the Tuesday Contract club. An executive ir.eeilng of the high school P. T. A. Is Mug hold at 4:'JO In the home ot Mrs. Otto Koch- tltzky. ••' • The high school P. T. A.. Is meet- Ing at 7:30-tn the high school auditorium. The Dramatic-Debuting club will present "Madame Majesty" under ' direction or Miss Marie Moon Tuesday evening in Slccle, Mo. Tho Parent-Teacher association ol the Sujbury school is holding Its study club on "Social Pathology." Mrs.- W. B. Tanner Is to the Wednesday Bridge club. Tlie Altar, society of the Immaculate Conception church is having n benefit bingo party in the Catholic hall at 8 o'clock. The P. E. O. meets this afternoon- in the home of Mrs. Otto KochtiUky wltli Mrs. C. S.. Slovens as co-hostess. The Wednesday Contract club is meeting with Mrs. Dalton Hcndcr- ' son. .The Ladles Bible class ot the 1 Church of Christ, is meeting with Mrs. d. D. Grimes with Mr.s. Howard Gill as leader. • Thursday The Elliolt Fletcher chapter ot the U. D. c. will meet in the home of Mrs! C. B. Wood at Luxora with Mesdames Elliott Williams, E. H. Itogan, Sue Brown and T. F. Hudson as assistant hostesses. Mrs. C. W. Affltck U entertaining the Thursday Luncheon club. The Mid-Week club will meet wllh Mrs. Cecil Shane. The Rho Alpha chapter or Epai- k»i Sigma Alpha sorority will meet this evening in club' room at Hotel Noble. The County Fcderaltoi' c! Wo- where tlv> wedding was performed by the liapllst nilnlslcr. | Tlie bride was becomingly dress- i cd In ecru with K<\ accessories. The young couple will live iwnr Armorel with the parents of Mr. Coslcn, whose father U uiiuiBgcr of one ol the Lee Wilson larms. lias l)re«s KelM-jn-al For "Madanio JI»lrsly." The Dramntic Debating club ot Blytheville held ft dress rehearsal In the high school auditorium of Slccle. Mo., Sunday evening for lliclr first production, "Madam; Majesty." The club wns recently organized with James Tompklns as president and Ihc Initial number will be 'presented Tuesday evening at Stccle under direction o! Miss Marie Moon. rroml.wd I-ind Home Dtmoiutratton Cluli The Home Demonstration club of I'romlscd I-nnd met at the home of Mrs. A. L. Crawford wllh 1C numbers nnd Miss Cora Lee Colcman, county agent, In attendance. Mrs. Carl Matthews, the presl- <ienl. discussed plans lor a Dutch doll quilt lo Ilnlsh payments on the IVl'illliv IM - tUU ,7 rhan's clubs Luxora. is meeting today in Friday Mrs. A. A. Tamiii, 1010 Chlcka- sawba Avenue, will entertain the Fidelis class of the. First Baptist churcli at 7:SO' o'clock with Mrs. Venn Henley and' Mrs. Her.scl-.el Smart as co-hostcssos. Snrttiury P. f. A. Has Study Course The Par.jnt- teachers association of the Sudbury school will lioltl Its .regular study course on "Social Pathology" Wednesday afternoon in the school auditorium. "Broken steam pressure cooker purchost? by the club. The rose, was selected (is the chili flower and 11 committee was appointed to select, n club motto. Miss Coleman Rnve a talk on balanced meals. After tfcc progrAin Mrs. Joe Nlel was given n stork shower. The hostess served refreshments. * • » Loot Oirls Initblrd In Fraternity At Arkansas State, MlAs Mary Ciiintnliigs of Blylhc- vllle and Miss Clarice" Kennedy of Manila were among the 23 ollkers and charier members of Chi chapter of Phi Beta, nntional music mil drnmnllc fraternity established a Arkansas State college In Jones boro, Friday, April B. Mrs. Grace PeUIJohn ol Chlra'g conducted the Installation cere monies. The organization is one o the nation's leading music fratcr nlllcs nnd has'chapters at man of the leading universities. j * * Shakespeare an Club His Fint Meeting. The National Junior Shakcspeai Story Telling club -.vltli Mrs. L. N. Henbest as organizer nnd Miss Oladys Barbara as assistant, held Us first meeting Saturday morning in the class rooms of the First Methodist jjhurcli. Clubs w;rc formed 'imrt officers elected with iflub number one consisting of children of ages of 4. 5 and li years mesting from 9 until 10. The play. "Midsummer's Mfiht Dream," was presented in story telllns form ai:d Bits ojNtvcs Mostly Persona! Mrs. E. G. Bctzlor of fyronzu Ark., returned Saturday after recks visit with parents, Mr. mid Mrs. J. H. Humphreys and othc •elatlvcs. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Morgan, Mrs. By WM. K. McKESNEV Becrtliry, American Hrldse l*a{ue There fa- no question that, high tricks arc very ImiHjrtant factors. In contract blddln«. We ave taught, iu contract bridge that two and one-half high card tricks arc necessary for an opening liid. In other words, we Inform partner that If the opposition plays the hand, we can bo counted upon to tak! :ton must, be ta,i^en Into considers tlon. •" }'^-:,'It li;Uitere«Ung to note in the .rtliiy of'the tiarjjfi the'symmetry of distribution,-'if j-your hand holds a singleton'and: there Is.'a slngletoi In the duinniy/Valmost Jnvariablj you will find a singleton, in at lens one of the other hands, Often players will make the re mark' that freak- distribution American Rick Kllfe* BAINBR1DGE, Gc'orijia, (UP) — O. T. Joscy, Bethel Churcli, sis nlles north of here, killed an American eagle weighing 7-3-4 pounds and more than six feet rom wing Up to wing. tip. r* T? ^*/\f...... i *•! r iiuiatuu: un LIU; HIM luuim n the merry month of May, she'll clgn over the Bryii Mawr College anipus. Her blonde bpnnly, long golden hair nnd blue eyes won Cornelia Drake of Miami, Fla., Ihc lonor of being May Queen. Hera •ou sec her In the costume she'll wear dmlng the Hobin Howl play which will feature the school's May Day celebration. Health, Tuberculosis of the Hearl." will and Diseases be discussed . by Miss Nettle Gray and "The Crippled and Disabled, Tltq Blind and The Deaf," will be explained by Mrs. Ernest Fry. Btntky-Crtsat Mr. and Mrs. Alviu Ecintley ot Blytheville announce the marriage of their son, Dwight to Miss Gladys Krif.tti of Dell on Wednesday evening, April c in Paragould. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Tucker of this city. The bride wns dressed In n blue ensemble with accessories lo match. Both the bride and groom niv? recent graduates of Blytheville High school and have a number of Jricnds here.- They are making their home hero, where Mr. Denlley is assa- catcd with his father in ttie grocery business. Ihe prize for Ihc besl story won by Dorothy D;nn Crawford. Club No. 2, composed of children of the 41 h, 5lii and Sth grades, mot from 10 until 11 q'clock anil the election of officers wns held with Mnry Jcnn Affllck ns president. Other officers flre Alice Waie. secretary and Mary Ann Nader;, treasurer. The same classic wns studied with HarolcTRosentha! winning the prize for telling the story best. Club No. 3 consists of children of the 2nd niul 3rd grades and they came from 11 until 12 o'clock. Waii- da Fisher was elected president; George Ilubbard, secretary, and Raymond Crawford, treasurer. The prii2 for Ihe .best story wns g!v;n to Betty Brooks Isaacs. More thnn 50-children were present nt the meetings nnd a number of new members arc e.xpcclcd to be enrolled before the next meeting! which will be held soon. Music Department rcstponcs Meeting. The Music Department of Ilic Woman's club has postponed Us meeting from Friday April 15 lo ccntly, was dismissed from the hospital nnd returned to his home In Tyvonza Sunday. He Is expected back In Ostcola (o resume work the Intler pan of the week. Mrs. George Allcnsworlh Is reported improving rapidly niter an appendicitis operation 9 . In the'Bap- tist hospilnl,~,Meinphls,.iC wei'K'ngo. Her grandmother, Mrs. F. M. Sangster, is staying In Memphis with her, ami she wns visited yesterday by Mr. Mlensworth, her mother, Mrs. Clyde Cnglc, and brother, Malcolm Cngle. C. E. Suilenger is n business visitor in Little Rock today. Mrs. C. E. Sullcngcr, Mrs. J. H. Lovewell, Mrs. t'ercy Allen and Us Mary Alien Edrlngton arc sho[)ping In Memphis today. Oscar Blci-baum IB able to he out nunln after two w«ks' con- nncinent to iiis home with Inllu- mi, Mr. and Mrs, n. L. Bnnnlslcr visited In Memphis Saturday. "Chuck" Long, son of Mis. John Long, Is 111 at Ihelr. apartment in tl'.^ Pe.ibody hotel. Miss Mnrtha Reynpjds of Haytl, Nfo.. is the finest , pf ' Miss Elvzn- bcth Blylhc fpr 1 n few 'days. Mr. and Mre. 'Allen f'osoy an:l dnughter, A 'Wffi_ a" c ' Hnrry Grimes drove to Troy, Tcnn. Sunday for a visit with Mr ,»nd Mrs. Snm Grimes. Mr. Poscy and Hnr- ry Grimes accompanied by O. D. Grimes, if. turned Sunday . night, while Mrs. Posey and daughter remained fov n week's visit. Mrs. John Lonu spent Saturday In Wilson on business. Mr. and Mrs. John Whitwortli nnd chlldi-kifl of Osccola were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E WJilttt'orth here yesterday. ' Mrs. George Sanders and daughters. Mary nnd Dorothy, and J G. Wells of Black Rock w,;re the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bo- hnnnlng over the week-end. •Mr, and Mrs. A. O. Hudson line small daughter. Kalhryn lot Sunday for Cleveland, Tcnn., where Mr. Hudson will transact business lor a few days. Mrs. Ernest Roe nnd daughters Belly Lcq and Mary Sue ih- week-end in Memphis visiting Mi Roc. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hall, daugh ler nnd son. Frances ami Hnrolc and Mr. anil Mrs. Boom; Hall <lrov lo Troy. Tcnn., Sunday for n Mrs. A. Conwny of Rlytheville is xpcnrthig several nays with her niece. Mrs. Godfrey Wliilc. in Osccola. Uev. and Mrs, Manwarring of Wilson-visited Sunday afternoon in Osccola. Jo-operalivc Club at Wilson Holds U<;}ruliir Meeting WIliSON;; Ark.-^-Regular uncling f Ihe Wilson' 'Junior Coopen\tlv2 lub was hold'in the 1101112 of Mrs cs5o Gi'cer last Wednesday'after- con. Juanlta Grcer and Miirjorle ill were the hostesses. 'flic program, In charge of Miss 3obby Lou Douglass, was'on the oplc. "what Ihe deneral Fcrtcrntei Women's Clubs Are Doing." Paper, •ere read by Misses Fay and Amc la Douglass. Anna. Sue Blevinr rcnc Catlcdge, anj Dot Gideon. Plans v.-ere discussed for raisin ncney to provide milk for a baby n the Arkansas State hospital. Tlie next meeting will be held in he Wilson Comimmnlty clubhouse 2:30 April 28. Members of ihc .ailies club and mothers of Junior j "™ Nitlit Uilcbow Seen HOOD RIVER, Oregon, (UP)A great silver arc stood out in • ' high relief against rain clouds In the west recently, here, »nd ics- ;; Idents were treated to the rare:;; Eight of a night rainbow. •'• .two nnd possibly three ^ defensive defeated them,, but very of leu it is tricks. ' I Imply jiegllgcnse ori'the part of'th However, the beginner al contract] eclarc'r in reading'the freak dis ributlon that/caused lh;lr defeat card Iricks, while distribution is •••-.. Just ns important a factor. It is Impossible on Uic firs.i round ct b'.d- icks and our Iirs.t be based entirely on high card .tricks. But in support of partner, and in rcblddlng our own haiul, dlstiibu- Friday, April M. Fre-School P. T. A. Has Meeting Friday . Mrs. C. W. Garrtgan was hoit- c.-is to the members of Ihc Preschool I'arcnl-Teaclier association Friday afternoon al her home on Walnut street. Mrs. W. M. Williams had charge of Ihe program and ths first number wns a discussion . ot "Character Training," by Mrs. P. B. Joyner; Other numbers were: "Obedience." Mrs. E. B. Woodson; "Why We Koad Obedience," Mrs. A. B. Holland; and "The Grlst-Mill," Mrs. R. E. Maylock. . The next meeting will be held Osceola Society— Personal Mrs. W. C. Pace :ntcrl«lne;l Hi: three lablc bridge club lo which .'he belongs at her home here, tnvhing with Mrs. T. G. Seal ou Friday afternoon, April 22. 1 . . » * . Brother and Stsitr Has Joint Birthday Party 'Mrs. Sam Hall entertained ten friends of her daughter and son. Frances and Harold, Saturday with a birthday dinner honorlne their anniversaries occurring last week. Frances was U Wednesday and Harold 9 Sunday. The centerpiece of the dining table was a large birthday cake holding 9 green candles and II pink c-->. A plate lunch was served with the cake, Jello and whipped cream. The group then went to the also, a number of extra guests which Included-Mrs. R. C. Ryan, wlio tins rtccntlirXrnovcd to Osceob, Mri. I FabOT .White, who was before h5t I recent marriage, Mlfs Mary Cath- j erinc Ward. Mrs. J, A. Pi??. Mrs. Charles Driver and Mrs. D. S. La-1 ney. High score prize was <ver. by Mrs. J. L. Ward. Mrs. White was pre- culed a daily honoree favor ar.rl Mrs. R. C. Bryan cut consolation irize. A delicious salad coun-e w-as served following the game. Mrs. W. W. PrcRitt was hostess o the. two table bridge club to which she belongs, cntcrtalnlnj also Mrs. L. F. Cflttevfi. Mrs. A. W Voun gaud Mrs. Charles Driver. High score prize was Mrs. Driver and delicious rcfrcsh- Huffman News Mr. anrt Mrs. Clcvc Tiinkerslcy of Blylhcvillc visited relatives h-;rc Tuesday evening. Mrs. Johnnie Webb and Miss Maxlnc Copclanil inolored lo Bly r Ihevillc Wednesday aftcrncon. Miss Bivlan MDrritt returned to her home here Wednesday afler- noon after spending the night previous in Blylhevlllc, wit':: friends. Mcsdniues George Perry nnd Fannie Moore called ou Mrs. Emma Beavers Thursday afternoon. Dr. Owens of Anuorrl. wns culled for Mrs. Tlulon Holmes who Is ill al the home of her mother, Mrs. Ella Ray. Miss Preston Pcerj- is on the sick list, this week. Mrs. Smith Brackin who was just up nnd about from an onrraHon. is 111 ni her l:onie here with tho flu. Miss Mabel Brnckln Is suffering from an attack of Appendicitis. Mhs Florence Stokes called on Mrs. Floyd Green Fi'ldny. Miss Louise ClAurtler called on relatives in Blylhcvlllr. Frlrtay. AT:;. Blllle Ray spent Friday with Mrs. Reg Hughes. Mrs. Keg Hughes cillKl on her molhcr. Mrs. W. B. Kay, late Friiaj alternocn. Mrs. St:ele Peery called on Mrs W. Robinson Friday altcruooii. visi Mr. and Mrs. Snm Grime and other relatives. Tom Whltwovlh spent Fridn Jn Memphis. Mrs. W. J. Cox spent Fridav 1 Memphis as the guest of Mrs, Leo Winston. Jnmes Williams, Erman Luttrel Charles Tucker, Cnrlion Bohnnnhi ond J. J. Bryant drove to Menphis Sunday and spent the da : Marl Williams, who Is serious ly ill In the Bapllst hospital. M Bryant gave a blood trans fusion, Ihe second thnt lias been required by Mr. Williams. P. N. .Lullroll spent Ihc weekend In CSjtiiglcn, Tcnn., with his mother, Mrs. A. M. LuUrcll. Mr. and Mrs. Gtorge Barhain and litllc erand-dniiglitcr. Shirtey June, spent Sunday in niooniiicld. Mo., ns guests of Mr. Barham'5 mother, Mrs. Mnry Barlinm. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Sebaugh nnd liltle ilaiightor, Jcauelta Jean, visited with friends in Ironton, Mo., during Ihe week-end. Mr. and Mrs. William TIorLon spent the week-end in I'nragould with their parents. * Mrs. R. J. Hollis and son. Hilly, arc recovering from a week's illness of influenza. ioorwrutlvc club members have been invited. A call meeting will be held Monday, April 25, nt the sponsor's horns n Marie to complete plans for the April 28 meeting at which a spc- ini program, featuring Memphis talent, will be presented. The club hopes in time to have home of its own and Is already •starling to acquire furnishings for it. Mrs. C. O. Williamson has con- liUnited n card table, and Dr. Gideon recently gave the club a piece of coltary taken from an Indian mound near here. Two new members, Misses Eiienc Brown and Gwendolyn G:cer were presented and received at last Wednesday's meeting. A beginner" neglects to - ...^ _,. possibly-distribution; i. g.- f if-lt« declarer's hand., held six frirnjis. he chummy three/ and tlie opening cad : by your- .opponent was obviously] a slnglc'.b'h' of another suit. n:d in addition your hand'^'coh- alned a singleton, how would you ;x|K'c'l to find tlie trump divided? There are four outstanding trump —the normal distribution would be .wo In each hand—but you hold a freak distribution, and the odds are cry much in favor that the hand opening the singleton has ut least three of the outstanding trump, and that the other opixmcnl holis a singleton. When the distribution of .your hand an:l dummy's is fairly normal, you hnve .1 right to figure normal distribution in tlie two oilier hands. Before playing lo Ihe first trick, look over Ihe pattern of your hand and study It. With the information that can be gained on your opponent's owning lead, try lo place the mUsing cauls. Quite often you will hear people remark, ."He Is such a gocd car:! player that after the second or third trick he can tell you where the rest of the. cauls are." Of course this is not always true, hut (nonexpert card player always has n picture in his mind as to ore lie belicvc.s the outstanding j high cards to be, and whit: he may change this picture Irom time to '.Ime during the play of the hnnd Hospital Notes iiid Miss Mae Foster, student nurss, liter tonsilectomy. Nora Crews, student nurse, is visiting with parents -in Keiser and coiivnlescing"lifter illness of influenza. J;1 ' - Dismissed: O. Johnson, city. le is always endeavoring not onlj o place those big .cards, but to picture the' distribulion of his oupb- nenls' hands us v;s\\. (Copyright, 1932, NBA Service, Inc.) Quality Work ^—' '' ;:• »/ and Service Is always ol! more importance Hum the Price in our Plant. You can irst assured when we take your garments in for cleaning lliey receive the personal attention of skilled work- •jucii. .Cull us for Spring Cleaning. your One Day Service If You Wanl It Children have keener taste-sense than adults. STAINLESS Same formula . . same price. In original form, too, if you prefer s«viaa MU.ION JAKS USID YEARLY Duradcnc Permanent Including Shampoo and h'el Frederics Wave : - - $0.50 Eugene.- -\- $8 IMcAdam's Bennty Shop Phone 288 - - - Ingram Bids. Phone 180 Tt Nearly every jewel known has jeen found in Ihe United States. WANTED TO nL'V OLD^OLD CASJI FOR Ritz theatre to Wing." "The Broken Mr. and Mrs. Ben White announce the marriage. of thstr ncice, Miss Edna. Earle White, of this city, lo W. c. Costen.of near Armorel. Th; couple, accompanied by Miss Ernia Lama Bamss »nd Clarence Webb, drovt, ,li . Ifaiion, Ark., Sunday afternoon YOU SAVE IN BUYING Hrofccn cr (liscai'dcd [^olcl lecll' bridges, rings, pins, chains, wntcl cns'js or anylhin:; ^hiadi: of solii ijtvltl r^snrdiess cl condition o colnr. Convert Iliis disrardi-d junk hit money NOW and put it back in circulation. •- Firing or Send to A. i.. I.INDSKV At KOHI.SSOX'S DKUO STOKE THIS WLEK OM.T merits were served in two courses following the game. • • • nev. C. E. Welch, pastor of the First Baptisl church. Irll this morning for Ncedlnnfl, Tex., wlicr; he will hold n revival mcelln;. expects to be away approximately three weeks. Cecil Overturf. employ; ol the Davis Drug store, wr.o v.-.iderw ent an appendicitis operation at the Methodist hospital in Memphis re- You i*vt in KC.lMLESStK*oc4 hi|l« pfk«d,br«nd». Sweet Cream 30c I.I). Bennett's Pasteurized Milk 10c Qt. Delivered 1'honc 71 Kulgarinti liiitlcnntlk 15c QL Go to Church Sunday his new way of cooking gives old-time flavor to your meals Did you ever hear tales of in the oven... set the clock the wondrous foods pre- ... and adjust the thermo- parcd in the Old Dutch' meter to the right temper a- Ovens of yore ... tales of ture. (Your dinners will roastsand'gravytfonetoa cook Hy themselves . . .' Uirn of tempting brown... while you are 'downtown ci vegetables, puddings shopping.,, at your lunch- and pics so delicious that eon bridge *»&>$ whihng none could resist their . leisurehourtfasyoupkase. piquant, savory delightful- f-The current will Iturn oft ness? Then you know how '< automatically when • the a \Vcstin»;hou:;e Flavor, [ food is done jo Old Dutch £one Range cooks meals •, Oven'gocSiness... a lasting ... in a gradually rcced-J treat to"ypur ; fantily and ing temperature . . . that ^yourself. seals in every drop of juicy flavor. But where the Dutclil housewives had to spend f many hours ni careful 5 preparation ... you have f merely to pjkufe cold foods.,f ; TH, O* Jntltf- , lit W'ftli*l' JU Mi ELECTRIC RANGE WITH THE AUTOMATIC FLAVOR ZONE OVEN Arkansas-Missouri Power Company i^^^frr^ 111 ^-

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