The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 22, 1931 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 22, 1931
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PAG* TWO BLTTHEVgjg,J^jlg.y QOURIEB NEWS MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1031 Society Calendar Tuesday Mrs. .J. Nick Thomas Is having 'the Tuesday Contract club. Mis R. C. Carman Is entertaining the New Tuesday club. . The Matinee' Bridge' club is meeting with Mrs. James II. Brooks. Thursday Mrs. Ross D. Hughes Is having the Thursday Luncheon club. : S»l»rB»y There will" be a story hour at Ihe Blylhevllle, library. •' . . McHenry Hud»n. . ' Tlie marriage 'of- Miss MJrgaret Louise Hudson, daughter of tt; 'a,nd Mrs. Thomas' F. Ijiidson of Luxprji, and Mr. Thomas §i»ncer McHenry of'Clarksdale, Missv-look place Sal-, urday afternoon at. Ihe-Fli'St^Pres-, .bylerian ; 'church'. '.The 'Veddlng";ECT-' vice was read by i lie Rev. Marsh M. Callaway in the presence of members.^! the family and a few of - Ihclr most intimate friends. Or'. Hudson gave his daughter in marriage. ...... Mr. and Mrs. McHenry [will make their home in Clarksdale. The bride, aflcr graduallng from ' Luxora high school, attended Lin dciiwood college at SI. Charles, : Mo.', and the University of Oklahoma, at Norman, where she he- came a member of the Chi Omega sorority. '. Mr. McHenry, who is Ihe son of . Mrsr" Gertrude W. McHenry of Clarksdale and the laic Mr. Thom;."«s Spencer McHenry of Macon and /.Clarksdale, also attended the Ok: lahoma University. He Is a member -. 'of .the Sigma Chi fraternity. Swimming tho Chief Sport of Many Now. Swiminlng' has become nuite popular since Ihe hot weather has settled upon us. The several swimming pools in this vicinity have opened Mrs. George and Ihe olc' swlmjiiIng'.holes are daughter- and v, being warmed by the'torrid sun'. The Chicago mill pool, with its for . 750,000 gallons of fresh water .changing continuously, has had a - number of private swimming par• ties In addition to the usual patron-. age. Bits of New* Mostly Personal Tennessee Queen Mr. and Mrs. Byron B*rtholo- ncw. and two sons of Memphis arrived yesterday. Mr. Bartholomew returned home today while other menibero of the family will remain for several days stay with Mrs. Bartholomew's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Langdon, and Mr. and Mrs. Welch Foster. Bill Hnmncr, Carl oanskc and Sam Lnndrum spent the week-end in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Peck spent yesterday in CariithcrevUle and Hoyll. Joe Felscnthal will leave soon for Lake Charles, La., where he is to be In charge of the Anderson-Clayton Cotton company olflce there. For several years he has been with the local office. Mrs. P. B. Wood and children of Memphis were guests of Mrs. Wood's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Whitwoith, for flic week-end. Mrs. F. B. Hale, Mrs. Maggie Hale and Miss Blanche Cleere, of Osceola, attended the services at tlie First Presbyterian church last evening when the Rev. George Mc- Kcc, missionary to Africa, gave an Illustrated lecture. The Rev. Mr. Mc- Kce, when the first pastor of the local church, was also pastor at Osceola about 18 years ago. Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Drlscoe have as their guests Mrs. T. D. King and her daughter, Frances Rutli nntl her son Bobble, of San Bonito, Texas. Mrs. King and Mrs. Brlscoe are sisters. Miss Gladys Darham Is visiting in Osceola. Byron Mackay, of Carulhersvllle, was the guest of Miss Katlierlno Lawler yesterday. Mrs. George Muir and Doris her and George, went te Llltle Rock'today 'uicii"«t«i M airt ' co-ed it the University of Tennes- represent her state at the annual Mo., spent the week-end hera. Mr. and MrB. Godfrey White, of Osceola, were visitors In the city Sunday. , Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Coppcdgo, Misses Minnie Matthews and liuth Whllv.'orth, Mr. and Mrs. Euge Dickenson, Prank Whitworth and J. W. Darbry of El Paso Tcxus. spent the week-end at the Five Lukes club at Horseshoe Luke, Ark. Joan Lallmer, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. E. K: Latlmcr, IB 111 at (he family residence on West Ash slreet. Lake City, Ark., tiicnt the week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joo Young. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Patterson, accompanied by their son Henry, and daughters, Misses Lillian and Lor.fcftu, have returned from a. motor trip to New York and Niagara Falls, which followed their attendance at Ilia 'graduation of Henry Patterson from Washington and Lee University at Lexington, Va., last week. R. H. Jones and Geo. Ballcw drove lo Memphis yesterday afternoon, where they met Mrs. Mender Harrell Jones, of Houston, Texas, who will visit Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jones here this week. Mrs. W. A. Delano and Mis. W. C. Fletcher of Forrest City were week end guests of Rev. and Mrs Ell Myers and Mr. and Mrs. Hcrry Jones In Osceola, layer admits, defeat Ico quickly.: my. If he discards the nine of illa- Whilu squeeze plays are sometimes j monds, the declarer will discard the ard to recognize, they always brins! thrill when successful. The fol- owing hand gives an unusually In- erestlng squeeze play. returned from Lexington, Tcnn , naon5 „ jc where they attended Hie funeral of i urnlng to osccoln. After u their grandmother, Mrs. John M. Taylor. Mfrs. W. M. Taylor K- inalncd for tills week nnd Mr. and Mrs. Harinan Taylor went over today to be wllh her. E. C, ration accompanied by his father, H. C. Pallon sr., of Llltle Rock attended the hall game in Memphis yesterday. Mrs. 0. C. Stevens and daughter, Mrs. William Potter, arcspend- Ing'today in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson, of Memphis, spent Saturday here. They Woman's Club Has a BeneGl Party. -Tho Woman's club sponsored a '; benefit bridge party Saturday af- •- tcmcon, Ihe proceeds of which will be used on payment of the building fund. The 38 guests played both con' tract and auction at tables altrac- . lively arranged among a bevy of ; garden flowers In reed baskets and •' colored bowle. Sprays of coreopsis, .' daisies, sweelpeas and ragged rob: - ins predominated in the shower -bouquets and the same rainbow mo- v'tif was seen in the attractive tnl- ;: lies. A sherbert course was served nf- ;, ter four games. Durhig Ihe serving George Lange Jr.. rendered a program of voca! numbers with Miss . Eve Harwell at Uie piano. Mr. Lange recently won first honors in ,the Illinois Central conlest for high school students. .For prizes the winner nt each table was allowed to select her gilt .'. from an inlercsllng assortment donated by local merchants. Mrs. J. Heal Gesell, winner in high contract, selected for the grand prize, ... - bath powder. For' grand auction '•-. award .Mrs. Raymond Kssary chose • a brass bowl. The other prizes in .•both contract and auction, selcclcd : according lo Ihe scores, were: Mrs. Carrol Blakemore, hose; Mrs. Tcy- .ton Skipwick of Memphis, purse; Mrs. Herman Cross, hose; Mrs. M. Ritchie of.MonliceUo, pitcher; Mrs. '••• C. B. Atkinson,.bath salts; Mrs. E. F. Blomcyer,-lingerie; Mrs. James . B. Clark, lingerie. The cut prize, a basket of peaches, went lo Mrs. Atkinson. Other gifts donated will be used for another a flair,"of this kind to be given early in lue-fall. * * *'. Have Wiener Roast Misses Sara Ann Eskridge and Lncile Bourland were hostesses to a wiener roast Saturday evening especially complimenting Miss Vivian Lynch of Luxora,' housegucsl of Miss Botirland. The ten girls present enjoyed supper cooked over an open fire. Chora\ Club to Mcel. ' The Choral club, recently organized for the purpose of presenting . a fall musical festival, will have its second praclice Tuesday evening, 8 o'clock, at He First Chrislian church. • There are now 51 members and U U hoped to have 100 from this city and other towns ot Mississippi county. All musicians are Invtled to join. This city's group is one of our units organized by Henry W B. Barnes . who is sponsoring Ihe festival which will be given at- Paragould, Newport Jonesboro and Blythevillc. were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Hoiichlns who came in yesterday from Fullon and St. Louis. B;lty Lee nnd Sara Lou McCutchen returned yesterday from Campbell, Mo., where they visited their grandmother for several days. Mrs. O. • W. McCutchen, their mother, vfcnt up for them. , Mildred Mulri daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Mulr, is visiting relatives in Fulton, Mo. Mrs. Joe Kliby, of Faragould.wlll come over Tuesday for a brief visit with her sister,-Miss Knthcrine Osceola Society—Personal — _^ Announcement Is made today of Hie marriage of Miss Felice Marx of Houston, Texas, to Mr. Olender Harrel Jones of Osceola, the ceremony having tjccn performed on Miirch 15th, at the home of Rev. J. A. Chesnut, pastor of the Bap- list Church at, Harris'burg, Texas, the Rev. Chesnut officiating. The young couple kept Ihelr marriage a secret until Mrs. Jones' arrival here yesterday for a visit wilh Mr. Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jones. She will be Joined the hitler part of the week, by Mr. Jones, who Is at present in Dallas, Texas laklng the state dental examinations, nnd who will etand the Arkansas state examinations in LUlle Rock before re- short visit here they will return to Houston for the summer. The bride is the daughler of 'Mr. and Mrs. R H. Mary of Houston and a Grntlunte of Baylor University nt Waco, Texas. Mr. Jones was graduated a few weeks ago from Texas Dental College at Houslon, Texas, and prior to; that was a student at Baylor University following his graduation from Joncsboio Baptist Col-' lege at Jonesboro, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ward nnd Antioch Young People Give Play at Cardwell CAliDWELL, Mo.—Friday eve Ding a group of young ixople of the Anlloch neighborhood presented n 3-act play, "Beads on a String' at the Mary Dale Iheater at Cardwell. The play was under the di- reclion of Mrs. Vernon Ray. Cast Bennic Davis—Robert Tucker; Benjamin Davis Esq. (rich uncle)— Harold Bramlctt; Zessalie Davis- Robert Tucker; Harold Becin (a friend of liennic's)—Paul Killian Ab Dinkier (would-be detective)— Mclvin Burcham; Mrs. J. H. Davi (Bennic's mother)— Morlne Tucker J. H. Davis (Bennie's father)-—Jas Griggs; Molly Mallerton (Bennic' fiancee)—Wilson Sellers; Jeanetl Blue (Uncle Ben's, niece)— Lorin Tucker; Cleopatra Olcomargarin Johnson—Laura Bell Davis. .Specialties between acts were prc seritcd by Miss Chrisline Seller and by a quartelte composed of James Griggs, Mclvin Burcham, Misses Lorlne Tucker and Imogene Doughty. Mrs. Emma Nolcn has as her guests this week Mrs. O. A. Sleek- ley and Mrs. Tcyton Memphis. Sklpwick. of Mrs. Tom Martin and daughters, Misses Virginia and Elizabeth, spent the weekend at Olive Branch, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. E, R, Mason, Misses Virginia Nolen and Mary Arden Galloway, Marlon Gray nnd Bill Mailen spent the weekend at Big Spring, Mo. Mrs. Wade Hampton Ewcit has returned to her home in Yazoo City, Miss, .after visiting with her parenls, the Rev. and Mrs. A. M. R. Branson. Dr. Edna Nics arrived home yesterday from Philadelphia and New York city where flic spent several weeks taking up spccla' clinical work. Floyd Boaz, Merlin Angel and. Berley B. Akcrs, ot Povlagcville, spent yesterday here as the guests of Misses Anlla Gcndren, Iclc and Clovis Sliephrd. Miss Mary Ardcn Galloway go lo Memphis tomorrow- for a lew days visll. for their future home when they return eoon to live. B. A: Lynch and children yesterday in Memphis with Mrs. Lynch who is 111 at the Methodist hospital. -Mrs. Lynch, who recently underwent n major operation, will probably return home within a week. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Parker and daughter, Frances, of Jackson, Miss, arc guests of Mrs. 'J. -P\ Sanders and family. Matt Monnghnn jr.. Is' in Mcm- jhis today with Mrs. Monaghan who recently underwent an operation at he Methodist hospital. Miss Eve Harwell has returned from a visit In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Pratt nnd children, of Springfield, Mo., are guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Rotort Grimes and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Wharcy, of Trenton. Tcnn., returned home this nflernoon after spending Ihc week-end with Mrs. J .G. Slid-i bury nnd family. Mrs. Wlmrey Is Mrs. Sudbury's niece. Mr. nnd Mrs. Berry B. Brooks jr., relumed to their home in Memphis last night. Mrs. Brooks was here n week and Mr. Brooks came up yesterday. Horace T. Cnlp has gone to St. Lonis for a business tiip. i Everett B. Gee and Oscar Hnrd- away are attending to business in Memphis. Miss Belle Whltsitt 'spent, yes- lerdny In Pnragould. Miss Carol McKcnzie of Dallas. Texas, is leaving todny after visiting Mr. and -Mrs. Marcus Evrnrd their daughter, Miss Agnes Ward; have returned from a vacation trip to Colorado Springs and other western points. Eva Montague of Osccola and her sister, Miss Josephine Mori- layue of Memphis were week end visitors in Nashville, Tcnn. Hugh Hucy of Memphis Joineii Mrs. Hughey and llieir small daughler,. Sue Clay, for the week end. in Osceola. Joe "Clay and C. P.? Young of BRIDGE ns lie was not vulnerable, and North and South now became vulnerabls. CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts, _ lUP)— A scientific organization, to ;BV WM. E. McKENNEV : dummy and East is squeezed. If he i be known as Die American Insll- ccreUry Amtrkan Bridge League! discards the king of hearts, the j tutc of P'>J'sics, has been fonnetl Many games are lost because a'nine and jack will bs good in dum- b >' £L ' veral physicists to tscme more extensive publication of results of research In thai field. President Karl T. Compton of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is chairman of Bovernlng board of (he new ganlzallon. 2 »7-6 *A-K- 10-6-4 AQ-10-8-5-3-2 VJ-9-8 f • 4-2 +9-8 A None VK-Q- . 10 4K-10- 9-8-5 NORTH » > IU HI Dealer SOUTH *Q-J-73-2 AK-J-9-7-6 VA-5-3 • A-Q-J-3 211 five of hearts and (hen lead the deuce of diamonds, and when East plays the ten, declarer will cover with the queen. He will then lead the ace of diamonds, picking up (ho king of diamonds from the East | and the three of diamonds will be | good in tlie declarer's hand. By proj>:rly applying the squeeze, the declarer makes his contract ot j live spades doubled, scoring 300 for j Irlcks, 50 for making his contract,! tin or- tton'l suffer from Heal—Let irs Clean, or. or Repair thai Old Fan. Wuljjole Kleclric Shnji I'hone 314 DRS. NIES & N1ES OSTECPATHIC PHYSICIANS Hemorrhoids (PILES), Varlcoswl Veins alto Skin Cancers nd Malignant Moles removed without surgery. Weak and allen Arches Corrected. and Malign Fallen Arches Corrected. Clinic 514 JZaLi I'hone 33 Services Held Friday for Mrs. W. E. Grady CARDWELL, Mo.—Mrs. W. E. Grady br., died at her home at Cardwell Thursday night of cancer. Mrs. Grady was well known in pardwell, having lived here for n number of years, and was well-liked by all who knew her. she Is survived by her husband, W. E. Grady srs., a son. W. E. Grady jr. . •', Funeral services were held at the home Friday afternoon. Rev. Wil- Unms of Gosnell, Ark., was in charge. Songs were furnished by the Antioch Quartette nnd the Bap- fist choir. Burial was In Cardwcll cemetery. Howard-Anderson were in charge of arrangements. The 1'lay When holding ace kins, (he kins is led to show the ncn, therefore West oixmcd wllh Ihc kins of clubs nnd followed with the ace which South trumped with Hie six of spwles. South, the declarer, led the king of spades which West won with the ace, and when lie received another club discard from his partner in the East poEition, West decided to try Ihc heart suit as his partner has shown some outside strength. He led the eight. Kast the ten and South Ihe declarer won the trick with the nee. South led the jack of spades, picking up West's lour and East discarded the jack of clubs. Declarer then led the seven of spades. West discarding a club and Ihe !rick is won ill the dummy with the eight of spades, East discarding another club. A small diamond was led from dummy and the jack finesse taken which held the trick. Tile nine of spades was returned by declarer and won in the dummy wllh the leu spot. East, discarding the eight of diamond!;. The declarer recognizes that if East holds the khi° and queen of I hearts, which he probably does, due to the fad that- he played the ten spot, on his pnitner's heart lead, then he holds three diamonds to the king and the squeez? is possible. Therefore, the declarer leads the queen of hearts. South the declarer discarding a heart and West the ten of clubs. Now the five of tpad?s is led from FOR OUR ••...Aii Englishman has Invented a table with legs which adjust themselves to uneven floors. R. D. HUGi "FRESH AS A DAISY" of Osceola, spent his sisters, Mrs. nnd Miss Elise C. L. Moore, yesterday with Emma • Nolcn Moore. The Rev. McKee rctnvncd lo Balesville, Ark., today atler a visit with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mahan for Ihe week-end. He will sail for Africa, in two weeks where he has a mission slatlou for the frcsbylcri- Moody Child Pies • Funeral servkes were held this morning at 10 o'clock for Imogene • Moody, 20-menIns-old daughtei of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Moody, who succumbed at the family horns In ' the .Gosnell V^mp/nlng. • Interment was made commimjly yr-fterday nl North , a-- : Eawba cemetery. Puncfil plans are %Ji.. In. charge of the Cobb Undertaking deceased is survived by her arid B slslerj Jewel an church. His 10-ycai-old daughter will remain In this country to continue her education unlil her father and mother reltirn on their next furlough in five years. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Leggctt nnd daughters, Misses Marie and Ix>u- ise, accompanied by Miss Annabel Stacy and Annie Laurie Evans and C. A. Lcggett of Oxford, Miss, spent yesterday at RcElfoot Lake, Tcnn., and Hickinan. Ky. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wood and three children. 'Marguerite, Pat and Junior, accompanied by Miss Mary Frances Stacy, letl today for' a month's stay at FaycUevillc and other points In the Ozarks o( Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Partlow and j daughler have returned from a' week's vacation spent at Nashville] and Lebanon, Tcnn. Miss Louise Lcggell hns returned from a visit in Memphis. Howard B. Froc.tor has relurncd from a Memphis hospital where he was ill several weeks. H, C. ration sr., of Lilllc Rock, and son Sherrill, who altcnds the University of Tennessee, spent Hie week-end with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Pallon and family. .Mr. and Mrs, Guy Buller, of Le- pinto, attended lo business here j for a week. E. B. Lyman Icfl todny for several weeks vacation lo be sjicnl- at points of Minnesota and other plac- i of inlerest, in Ihe norlh. Miss Ola Bob Harris suirt Lchnur Oillespie spcnl yesterday al New Madrid, Mo., as guests ot Miss Sue Shelby. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Eskridge have as their guests Mr. and Mrs R. . Sanders, of Carulhersvillc. Mo. Miss Lois Sanders of Kenncll. Mo. and Portland Sanders of Milwaukee WIs. TUish Hollinater has ' returned j from Lake James, 3nd.. where he accompanied his parcnls. Mr. and Mrs. \V. Vv. HolUpcler. He will rc- lurn August 1. accompanied by Mrs. Holupctcr and their daughter, Jaue, who will spend several weeks vacation there. Miss Arlena Hires has returned to her home In Lnxora aller a visit with Miss Jane Hollipetcr. Sam Walls, of Jefferson city. today. Mr. and Mrs. w H. Minyard, Jesse, Harman and Albert Taylor and Miss Mary Louise Taylor have Special Free Shampoo With Finger Wave nut] Manicure $1.25 Every Tuesday and Thursday Phone 288 for Appointment. iMrs. MeAdams Beauty Shop Ingram ]?lilg. Coolest Shop in Town To use a sona 1 - whal trite cx- pi'i'ssinn. We don't kn o w, however, a n y other I hat would better describe • your summer linens after they've I) e e n cleaned by Unrnes. Krcsh, clean tlolhcs somehow make the heat of mjd- sunimer more bearable. Send us your linens and we'll make yours, too, look as "fresh as a daisy." Ask for popularity contest votes. WHA is going to get the Free Trip to the heart of a Vacation Paradise hidden away in the Jemez mountains. Eight Thousand Feet High In the Bosom of a Million Acres of Forest Preserve Far away from the crowds, off all the traveled trails, Rancho Rea is the ideal place to bring your family for a perfect vacation. Every day teems with activity; all the rugged sports of the cowboys, trail riding, pack trips, po-lo, hunting, fishing, swimming, archery, trap shooting, horseshoe pitching... in fact, you can't name an out door sport that is known to these westerners that won't be found at Rancho Rea. , VOTE FOR ONE OF THESE GIRLS BARNES' CLEANERS I{ - I- Mcillin, Mgr. Phone 730 :ifl!) W. Main Martha Robinson, Blythevillc Maurine Branson, Blythevillc Evelyn Harwell, Blyiheville Alberta Elliott, Blytkeville Marion Burns, Blytheville Ruth Whitworlh, Blytheville Ruth Butt, Blytheville Margaret Cross, Blyiheville Carolyn Pride, Blytheville Althca Edwards, Blytheville '< Margaret Milner, Blytheville Elizabeth Martin, Dell Rosa Lou Cook, Luxora Dorothy Gideon, Wilson Orine Hutchens, Manila Mary DcWeese, Hayti Virginia Burton, Caruthersville AT ANY OF THESE STORES Barnes Nu-Wa Cleaners New Mead Clothing Co. New Dixie Store Co. Ark-Mo Power Co, Phillips Motor Co. 777 Service Station McMullin's Cash Grocery Elois Bcauly Shop Gillcn Furniture Co. liorum's Drug Store The Bootcry Central Shoe Store Hubbard Hardware Co. Hubbard Tire & Batlery Co. Guard Jewelry Store New York Store

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