The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1932 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 28, 1932
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FAQS TWO a meeting of the P. E. O. club yesterday afternoon at the home . Tito Vfonder Sunday school class BLITgEVlLLB. IMKA nofTPtan NEWl revenue ancj distribution were out , chSrch ft 7-» o ? cl3ck . The Sho Alpha chapter ol the Bpsllon :81jmi- Alpha sorority is mtetiiig*it the Hotel Noble at 7:30 better p.m. Friday The Junior Juvenile court of the Maccabees is meeting at the W. O. W. hall, The iluilc department of the .Woman* club Is meeting with Mrs. Russell Farr and Mrs. John Meyers 'it Ihe home of Mrs. T. H, Haynes -with Mrs. B. A. Bugg as Wader. •• !•..,. |itf, The IfVliK Bibls class of Uie First Methodist church is meeting with Mrs. W. A. Stlckmon with Mrs. John Smothernian also hostess. t. T. £ Study Croup Conducts Course The course in "Social Pathology" studied |*by members of the parent- Tcacheji association of (lie Sudbury etamentary school during the past several months, was concluded Wednesday. '.; The final chapters, which dealt with nervous and mental diseases, mental •) deficiency, alcoholism, social dljbrganlMitloii and social re- organisatlon : were discussed by- Mrs. CJKU White and Miss Alma Peters, i Other' phases previously taken up ol Miss Jessie city, nnd Mr. were rivicwcd discussion. in n roaiid table. Royal Neighbors Meet Members of the Roynl Neighbors met with Mrs. J. D. Barksdale Tuesday, evening for a business session" It was decided to have the neS meeting, In two weeks, at .the ho£e ol Mrs. J. B. Foster. Cl*b His Ga«ts Mrs. I'W. H, Mlnynrd nnd Miss Mary 9»ltcrf!eld, of Memphis, won prizes »t the party ol the Wctl- nesday^ridge club this week when Mrs. James H. Bell wns hostess. A plaqii; was awarded Mrs- Millyard Itfr club honors and the gtiesl award tas a sport handkerchief. Ragged robbins and tulips adomefl- the hostess 1 apartment. A salad Bourse was served. ' j.Besides the club members these giiests vmade up the three' tables ot players: Mcsdames Victor Bray, Baker t Wilson, . John W. Finlcy, Harrnan Taylor, Mrs. Paul Spike of Chicago : who Is visiting her siiter, itri. : Wilson, and Miss Sat- terfleld;-' I .- . -. Wtol -• « . , "' •«'•'• Altar Society Enters Brantffir.ttkm Contest : The-allar society of tho Church of the 'Immaculate Conception has entered, the National Bcautiflcn- tion contest, as a part of the Bct- t«r Homes movement, with the school ^"grounds to be the project. Work-, will begin immediately on the program, Mrs. A. O. Brlckey, of OecjSola, a" new 'member of the society :wjll assist tn the work. In clal conditions. There were 11 members * * • Enfjfcnienl The marriage Smith, of this Charles Edison, of Charleston, Mo.. Is to take plnce nt Charleston Sunday, May 15. The bride efccl, who Is the daughter of Mrs. Laura Smilh of Holland, Mo., has made her home here for several ycnrs. Alter a honeymoon Mr. Edison and his bride will reside at Charleston where he Is owner of Ihc Edison Drug store. Women of Church Of Christ Meet "The Famine in CnnRan nnd Enypl" was the subject of Ihc program ni Ihc mealing- of the women of the Church of CbrM Wednesday afternoon t\t (he home of Mrs. Charles Graves. Mrs. E. M. Huffman v/ts leader. Church Leader Addrnsen Supper Meeting; At Church. Miss Cornelia U. Engle of I«nls- vlllc. Ky., a student secretary of [he assembly's committee of Chris- linn education and ministerial re- llcl In the southern Presbyterian church, was (he guest of honor at a .supper meeting given last evening at the church. The Woman's Auxiliary served an nppclizlng menu .to the 40 boys and girls preceding a musical program, sponsored by Miss Leone C»lllcolt, and Miss Bugle's uddress. Miss Eiigle. whose work Is especially among Ihc boys and girls, alto addressed students of the high school this morning and sjioke to members of the auxiliary* thla nf- teincon. She will be at Osceola ilehl for a meeting and from there goes to Wynne In continuing her visit, to churches over the state. B. Y. P. U. Rally To Be Held Here. P. E. O. Ue»r jrf Sfhools' Crawford Greene, superintendent ot the-;city's schools, dlscuswd the Drake. Mrs. William le Rock, past The Y. P. Second Baptist church B. U. will be hcst In other associations of the county In a rally at the church Friday even- Ing. This group, which also holds both the attendance and efficiency banners, | 6 In charge of the program. . With the theme of "Giving", these .talks, havj been arranged: "Service in Hie Days of Thy Youth", Miss Rcbn Hollls; "Shift- MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL ncmillful Permanent Waves. Your choice ol Mured Wave with rlnglels or Famous Hollywood Push Up Wave (rcmilrcs no setting). S3.50 Make your appointment today. KLAINE BEAUTY SHOP Glcncoc BIHe Phone 43 Something Newl -most every day The Gandi Now presented in liluf Kid _ Also White Kid. $£85 , Roney Chlsin; "What Shall 1 Give?'. ChM Hell Kuntori. Miss Susie Itlchavds will read the tcrlplurc niid-llie music is to be In charge ol the SmMdy Intermediate i.jiluji anil nobcit Knight with Miss Ornce Hawlcy at, the piano. The banner for efficiency lias teen wen by the local group for Hio pnsl three months urn! for two months the fittenclancc Inntit-T hits been won. This month UK- group will be ineligible for llw attendance honors as (he meeting Is being held nl this church. Delphians Study Dramatic Konunre Mrs. L.'oyil V. Wise was leader of' the Delphian society Wednesday, In n meeting ni the Hotel Noble, when "A Dramatic Homante and A Modern Elite" was (he sublet taken up. Tht chariiclcrliidcs of lirowiv ng's style WHS discussed by the ender before Mrs. George W. Dll- nhunly iciwi'lccl on "The Plight of the Duchess" In which she gave the story, the character- lorlralls and the gipsy's spell. "A Modern Epic" was Mrs. James B. lark's" subject and Mrs.. Frank).ire visiting In Chicago this week. Thrasher read a selection from!They expect lo return Saturday. H. O. Patton. Baker-Wlhon -B B. West and H. Hlghflll are joins to Memphis for a coUon trade meeting this weekend. Mrs. R. M. Talum, of Kermett Mo., w»s the guest of her sister Mrs. Ij. M. Burnette, yesterday, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. I'atton have as their guest this week Mrs. Patton's sister, 'Mrs. O. H. Hurley, of Newport. Mrs. Patton wllj accompany her to' Memphis Sat urdny. Misses Mildred Cudri, Katherlnr Martin nnd Elizabeth Burnette will attend the high school track meet in Jonesboro tomorrow. Mrs. J. H. Humphrey returned Wednesday from Memphis where she visited her daughter, Mrs. c. M. Oliver, who recently underwent n serious operation at the Baptist hospital. She Is now much Improved. Mrs. o. w. McCutchen Vabl?' to be out alter a brief Illness.; mil Afflick and Everett B; Gee rip, Mr. and Mrs. Manalt. visited In Iowa City, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs, Trlescliman went to WeUman, Iowa. Miss Blossom Klcbau, of stark- vllle, Miss., is vLilllng Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kleban. x Mr.; and Mrs. Clarence Vollmcr t)»ve returned from several days stay at Marksd Tree. Miss Marie Cheat will leave May K for, Chicago where she will enter training for a nurse at the Saint Francis hospital. She will be accompanied by Miss Louise Baiter, of Alton, III. BRIDGE McG'omb president of llic Miss Luim Hardy has as her of Lit-, gu cs t 'Miss Vclma 'Meaoham of late Delphian assembly and now state supervisor, was Introduced. Mrs. McCorab', who Is also clialr- nan of literature In Ihe Atkan- Federallon of Women's clubs, s In llic city for several weeks. . » • To H»ve Leap Year Parly The parly planned by the Won- :lcr Sunday school ebs 1 ; of the :<ako street Methodist church tonight Is to be a leap year affair. All guests are to meet nt the homo of the Rev. and Mrs, W. J. I,cRoy and the Indies will escort the men to church, Hospital Motes Mrs. C. A. Hov»y.-cily, was dismissed pltal. from (he Blyfhevillc hos- Rlpley, Tcnn. Tiw Rev. Claude Nanny of M«m- phLs .was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Splcer Sunday and Monday. Among those attending the American Cotton Shippers Convention In Memphis are- Mi 1 , and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs, V. I. Osborne and Jake Ungar. Mrs. Horace T. Gulp spent Tuesday In Memphis. Mrs. J. H. Van Ausdale and Mrs. A. B. Cunningham, of Curu(h- ersville,' shopped here yesterday Mrs, \V. W. McQaughcy. of L4k,e City, Is visiting relatives here. She was', accompanied by Mrs.. Oliver McQaugliey ami Mrs. Charles Gibbon, the latter visiting Mrs. J.!W, Ruder at Flat Lake/ Mr. and Mrs. Sam Manatt and son, Son Jr., and Mr. and Mrs.-Joe Trlcschman and daughter, Jo Ann, have returned from a motor : By WH. E. McKENNKV Secretary, American Brldje League Any one silling down at Ihe bridge table Is natuially hopeful ol holding at least his share of high cards, but It- Is peculiar to note that If you give a player a lol more than his share of high cards on one hand, lip Is often ut a loss to know what to bid with them Tnkc the following hand, which was dealt out In a duplicate maid: A 9-0-3-2 V 10-5-4-3 *Q-6-2 J-10-4 J (4Q-9-7- 6-2 *J-9-43 NORTH SOUTH 4A-K-7 VA-K- 6-2 • A-K +A-107-5 4Q-8-5 VQ-9-8-7 * 10-8-5-3 *K-8 The Blddinc South, West and North, passed •Duradene Permanent Including ShRmpoo- and Set ----''' Frederics Wave. - - -, $6.50 Eugene -.-'- '|8. !>rcAdam's Beauty Sh r ap Phone 288 - -. - Ingram BWg. The "Unique" Pjescnlcd in soft White Pirj Grain Leather (as illustrated). IQSO 8 Good SIioes>aiid- Hosiery GIRL'S WASH FROCKS We know the kind ol crisp, jjcrliy f;i.shlmi5 the lillie. Bills like we know the brujhl colors Hint gay prints they «lv.;iys chci>6c. and Ihii charming new group WAS selected with Jusl there tlilnss In mind. The small sizes me innllc styles the mulcrlnls mo organiil?, voile nmi bntlitc. Size, 2 to H 98c to $2.95 Printed Sun Hats - - - 25r , 'APRIL" was fourth hand and held «ven qufck tricks. Tlie authorltki you th»t seven quick tricks will produce a slim .You know', how- »er, that K you sltrt thtt hand k'ltb « two bid, that partner Is fo- Irtf to respond with two no trump, •rnd n»ttir«lly with all those hl^h 'trds, you yourself want to pl»y K hand it no trump. However, when this liand was , most players made an open- bid of three no trump. The writer has oflen said that bids ol 'hr«e no trump arc as rare as hen'» •e*th, as they require every suit loubly stopptd and sufficient tricks :o practically assure yamc even though partner's hand Is trlckless. With a hand that strong you us- J»lly have a better forcing two bid here Is one of tlx; exceptions- sewn quick tricks, every suit doubly stopped, you have no suit which Is especially slrong. and you »n Ideal no trump distribution, therefore East makes a good open- Ing bid of three, no trump. South would pass and west, even though he knows that partner hs »n exceptionally powerful hand with every suit doubly stopped cannot be crillclzed for passing'. A sure game Is much betler than a doubtful slam. The I 1 lay South, who had the opining lead led his fourlh best heart—the seven spot—which *as won in dumnr with the Jack. The jack of clubs was returned and North refused to cover, declarer took the finesse, and South won tl'.c trick with Ihe king and returned Ihe nine of hearts. A spade was discarded from dummy and the declarer won the trick with tlw king. He Ihen cashed his ace and king of diamonds and then lead Ihe ace of clubs, followed by the t«n of clubs. South is forced to discard the eight o. hearts and North wins tire trie! with the queen of clubs and returns a small heart which Eas wins with .the ace, discarding ' a diamond from dummy. The declarer is now in a position to execute a very interesting triple squeeze play. He leads the of clubs. South cannot le' o' of i diamond or'i t»o ood diamonds will be good—lie nu'st jurrfnder a spsde. The trick s won In dummy with the nine « lutx iDd North 1* forced to (.it. trd th« deuce of spades. The Ufen of diamonds complet** the Hpl* squeeze—Jf North 4Uc»rd»'i hetrt, the declarer will Discard t p«dc as his six ot hearts will be Kfod, while If North discards the Hr«e of spades, declarer will discard a lieart and then lead the ack ot spades, going up with Ifce :ing in his own hand, and he will win ihe lasl two tricks with the »ce and seven of spades. This triple squeeze play gives tlie declarer five odd. As the hand was played at a duplicate match fcc scored 105 for the three tricks bid and made and only 70 for tlie two overtrlcks (as in duplicate contract Wool Embroidered Voiles For the Sub-Deb Sizes U ( 0 1G $1.95 to • 83.95 KNIT HATS For. Ladies and Misses Boucte, Wool Angova and Silk Knit arc nil Included In Ihls nrw prouii of clever hula. White nnd colors, large, medium and small head sizes. $1 -and $1.95 NEW YORK STORE Gay Cotton and Linen Frocks For Summer Almost, too pretty to be worn at home . . . you have '.'a' feeling these frocks should go places and do things! Flattering styles for misses and women in boncle, mesh, voiles, prints, cyelettc embroidered, linens and printed linens. Sixes M to 40 $ i $ r 95 L'S Shoppe . overtrkks »re. not. counted >s SO):' plus his tame bonu* and iso for; ; honors. 'i (Ooprrlfht, 1M2, NE* 8«rric*,-Iac,)_l Wonderful Face Powder Prevents Large Pores—' / Stays on Longer :- For t youthful complexion, us* nev wonderful UEUXJ-dLO p*ct Powder. Hides liny lines. wrinkles* aixl pores. New French process makes It spread more smoclhly and tay on longer. No more shiny" itHes. •" Purest lace~powdCT*knowrt. • Prevents large pores. Ask today, for new, wonderful face powder, MELLO-GLO, that suits every com- ; plexlon. —Adv.' Sweet Potato Plants Now Ready Pepper Plants, Pimento, BtU w Bull Nose, long Rti Cayenne lie per d«; 75c per 1M, Tcm»to Plants, stone, Gulf State Market, Marglobe I PoMrrou per ioi; 50c per lie. Eli Hants 20c per doi; $1 per IM, BYRUM PRODUCE COMPANY Paul Bjrram, 112 E. Main All Orders Sweet Cream Butter 30c Lb. Bennett's Pastewizcd MHk lOc Qt. Delivered Pfcwte 74 '' Bulgarian Buttermilk ' 15c Qt. Go to Church Sunday End-o§-the Month SALE We win, .for the next ten days, divide our profits w ou i.n-' ends and custo '»Ms on ladies' Read-To^ Wear Millinery, Novelties and Hosiety by giving them from 10 to 20 per cent discount oh new, sea* sellable merchandise. Come earlv and get ybiir choice, Beginning Friday, April 29th. •••.: jK SUITS navy, black and pastel shades hi-flat and Roshanaras crepe; two. and three piece-styles; jutstaiiding values. Sizes 14 Jg Qg and *A no o •-••«v.ij* uitivo it | to 48. End-of-the-Month-Salei ALL WOOL SUITS AND COATS-HALF PRICE Values ranging front *|Q nn to SPORT SUITS and Drosses of beautiful Lustre cotton, mesh, white and pastel shades. Sizes "l4 to 20. Eiul-of-the-ilonth-Sale *r a nd *r on DRESSES Mary Dean voiles, dotted Swiss, Eyelette Embroidery, Snappy Styles, fast colors : 89c - $1.89 - $2.89 - $3.89 Also a smart collection of tailored Shantungs. Sizes 14 to 44 - - |3.8D. DRESSES for street and graduation, pretty geor- gcltes and crepes; dress and sport *r to " styles. Sizes 14 to .20. $D SILK CREI'E UNDERWEAR: Slips, dance seta and step-ins. End-of-the-Jlonth-Sale ^ - -'- ONE [,OT DRESSES regular $5.95 values End-of-thc-Month-Sale MILLINERY the outstanding hit of the season. The new Fn/e soft sport hat, ?3.95 value ^O AC Eml-of-the-Month-Salc $6.95 ?1.00 Off on Any Hats Priced From 52.95 Up. ,• ONE LOT FIATS regular §1.95 to §2.95 values. End-of-the-Mcnth-Sale ACCESSORIES: Lace Blouse.s, Suede, Kid and- Mesh Gloves; Novelty Purses; Beaded Bags and Costume Jewelry. All specially priced for our End-of-the- Month-Sale. HOSIERY: Beautiful sheer chiffon, mesh, lace and service weight, full fashioned hose. Color;: Sand \Yhite, Seii Koam, Light Gun Metal, Alligrcsse, Sun Beige and Navy Blue.,-$l to ?1.95 7Q,, to " values. End-of-the-Mpnth-Sale I«7C SKIRTS' AND SWEATERS: White and *i on Pastel Shades. End-of-tlie-Month-Sale 91.Oa ONE LOT DRESSES J10.QO and ?16.75 values. End-of-tKc-Mo'ntti-S^le . KAHO CORSETS: All lines;'reduced for Ui tlie-Month-Salc. • NEW ECONOMY SHOP Ingram Bldg. 1'hont 954-W W

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