The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 13, 1932 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 13, 1932
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kt* lUjniiod daft* jr hottest KaUBM Bridge eh*. ,* UkMreet Brtdr club fa wllh;Mrt. W. L. Horrnr. . The Thuridsy Luncheon club It b*tn» -/aXCTtWacd by tin. R. F. ' , - . The BMott -netcb«r chapter of the' United Daughter* of the Con- tKJrracy to meetm* with Mrs. W. jj-TfOtirton at hottest with Mis. Eu- pa» Wctoaon, Mrs: M. O. Usrcy and Mr»..J. H. Srf^irt also hos- vlhe executive botrd of tlw Lange •P.: T-.- A. 'Is meeting at the school. The Rho. Alpha chapter of Epsl- loo Sigma Alpha sorority Is nKtl- toe at the Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. ' ' . The Sudburr school will have a Mw nipper beginning at 1 p.m. v^The Uusle department of the Wo- jnen'a club Is meeting it the homo ol Mr». W. I. Denton with Mrs. J. H. pochran'and Mrs. J. E. Crlte u hocteises. The FWelis Sunday school class .ft tbe First Baptist church Is hav- tni.lU business and social meeting, 7:30 p.m, at the home of Mrs, Matt Monaghan Jr., at the comer Ot Wataut and Eleventh streets. / marten -of the First Prttbyter- lan' church will have a supper : metilng it 'the church. . CtW( .Mrs. Tom Heiton had a Valentine 'party yesterday' afternoon for .the Jiwtekly. meeting c: the New Tuesday Bridge club. The Valen- Uot'-tallks blended with the other heuj decorations and tbe prize, a potted primrose, was awarded Mrs. iesof tt. White. Waldorf salad, tuna fish sancf- wlrj«s arid coffee refreshed the two tablft 6j plavera. "-'- ,^j . • • • ; The Young Maifons Bridge club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. CrMfbrd Greene.- The only guest w»s'Hr»; .W.-"I». • Horner. In the contract games Mrs. W. 0. Higgin- MU ,Won the club prise and the guest award, a decorated . match hbtder, went to Mrs. Homer, The hostess served tuna flsh salad with crteete sandwiches, date roll and coffee: • •'; " '•• '"its. Mai U Aldrldge was hostess toxthe Twjday Contract club this .week when the two {ables of mem- bets enjoyed, flve progressions. A Mack glass cookie jar wont, to Mrs. Hunter 0. Slrris for the prize. .An appetizing salad course with chocolate cake refreshed the players. •' :•• • • • • Uferwry Cfmfc Stwlles Obaketk Main Baberts. : :The Ufe and workkiof Elizabeth J*»dox Roberts , were studied by member* ot the literary department of .the Woman's club In an Interesting program yesterday afternoon at the club house. Mrs. Howard Proctor was leader. Mrs. J. B. Steadman gave the life of thts present day author, the verse "Onder the Tree" was read and criticism read by Mrs. E. M Terry. 'TTie .Time bf Man" was criticized by Mrs. Joe S. Dlllahunty, Mrs. James B. Clark read a. criticism of "My Heart and My Flesh" and Mrs. Paul Schwartz rend one ot "Jingling in the Wind." . The famous book "The Great Meadow" was reviewed by Mrs. Proctor and this talk was supplemented with criticisms of the novel by Mrs. Ira Gray and Mrs. E. P Blomeyer. > It was voted to give a copy of this book to the city library .The hostesses, 'Mrs. H. M. Ad- kinton, Mrs. J. D. Barksdale and Mrs. Ira Gray, served delicious re- Ireshments. • * • Celebrates Birthday. Edwin McRae Weidman celt brated his fifth birthday yeste'r oay afternoon with) a party attended by 14 ot his friends. Oames and two contests entertained the youngsters and there was Ice cream and birthday cake for refreshments The favors were all day candj suckers. Ceta Holiday. ' »A class of Junior high sci»ol was given a holiday for U>e--Aast -period yesterday afternoon ftr baring had a perfect at- tenda:Ke for five days. •' '''' • Cta^ Vwte. ; ./The St6de>Music,«ub met Friday afternoon at the home of Joyce Smuner* jhien ,th« • Uf>. ? . of Me powell was taken , up ^with . each member fontnhwUtig some . Inter tsting fact-copcerning-rils life : Th«e rendered -piano selections Boouio Jeari : Buchanan, Wlnlfre Crawford, Joyce, ; Branrneris. Marj Jo Buchanan; 7laUB-i«itctfon,;Eu genla and '-Winifred Crawford piano dueti by"Aniy Ruth Morris and Mrs.. Drta -• Harwell; Bonnie . *aa Buchtnan and Mrs. Harwell, Atoy Ruth Mbrru JUM Bonnie Jean nan, «Brter:Hall and Amy Morris, Ann'-' Buchanan and ' -' for Former /'."Miss America" Bitsof Ntics Mo&tly Personal No one could say that lovely Adienne Dore htdn't "a leg to stand in" when she applied lor a Job In he talkies. Already the former 'Miss. .America;', beauty ^contest winner, Is a featured film player. Will Ailend Officer* TralaAic Srh»e»- Tuesday Officers ot the omen's societies of .me Methodist chitrclics In the Jonesboro district nn> being urged :o attend to the school of instruction at Jonesboro Tuesday, January 19, beginning at 1 p. m. Mrs. J. E, Crltz, lira. W. I. Den- .o'n and Mrs, Ira Gray are the women from' this city who will •<Ucnd. Hen t» Meet The men of the First Presbyterian church have planned a supper meeting' for Friday evening, 7 o'clock, In .the social rooms of the ctiurch. • • It is ptanntd to have as attrac- iv-e » program as last month when :he Christmas party , was unusually entertaining. " fcmbere of (jw Night circle will serve supper.'.,i' Mr. and .Mr«. Monroe' Abernnthy announce the birth of a daughter yesterday at their home on Cherry street,' . - ».frs. P. J. Crawford, who - ha« Letn 111 for ten days, Is no better. Marcus Evrard is expected to return Iran Little Kock today where he trammeled business for two days. Mr. anu Mrs. Clarence Vollmer mid Mrs. w. J. Wunderllch motored to Memphis ycntcrdny afternoon. Boyle Henderson attended to business In Cnruthersvlllc yesterday. Mr. mid Mrs. Paul circcnwcll are In Walnut nidge for two days. Dr. F. L. Husband, Dr. A. M. Wnshburn and Dr. P. D. Smith attended (ho meeting of the Mississippi County Medical society In wcola last evening when Ur. N. Ellis, Wilson, gave- a paper on iieunionla for the program. Aition? those from here who nie n Osccola this afternoon for the mural of Mrs. Nancy Sawyer arc Mr. and Mrs. Howard Proctor, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Green, Mr. nd Mrs. w, H. Patterson, Judge Dd Mrs. G. E. Keck, Mr. and rtrs. Spurgeon Patterson, Mr, nnd Irs. Clarence Wilson, Mrs. Hubert , Leo King, Mrs. Tom Boyles, Mr. and Mrs, Jim Tom Smith, ate of Osceola, arc planning to ove to this city wltliln n few- ays. Mr. and Mrs. J. p. winford and Mrs. Winford's parents, Mr. and Irs. J. H. Berry, linvc moved to tossett where Mr. winford will ontlnu,. lo be connected wllh tnc riternallonnl Havvi'Stcr company. They moved here n yenr ngo fi-om Memphis. Herbert Hnlliach, of Memphis, Is he guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. olljftch, and family. Mrs. Beninr<) Ooocli Is siw ng today In Memphis. Lincoln Cochran Is a business •Isltor In Memphis today. F. Meyers has returned to Mcm- )hls after attending lo business icrc for scvernl. days. He form- rly lived'In tills city. Miss Ruth Herring, of Memphis s the housesucst of Mr. snd Mrs Marvin Chappelle. Miss Leah Davis lias returned :o her home in Memphis after week's stay with Mr. and Mrs Earl Buckley. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Walters ot kittle Rock, who nre lit Osccola for he funeral of Mrs. Walters' grnnd- nother, Mrs. Nancy Sawyer, vlsll« )tre today. Tlicy formerly-Jived li: his city. <ew England Expects : Many Viiiiors For Ectipte HOSTON. (UP)—Thousands : of Isllors ate expected In New. Engl nnd next Aug. 31 to view the'tow cllpse of the sun .which . will 6c- ur nt 2:10:33 p.m. lliat <lay, nnd reparations lo accommodate life Ighttccrs iinil scientists already lave been begun. The Boston chamber ol Com- nercc Is preparing literature con er;ilng the ecllpre, best, po'.rits ^o" Mien, nnd nccommoclatlons for vlj tors. Tlie ecllpss, which ivlll !wl until :33:23 p.m., may lie seen as fir lorth ns IA Tuuue, Quebec,- and Boothbay, Me., nnd ns far soulh c cod. Osceola Society— Personal ......- Tom 'kcGirrity, fornerly, of.' helre and iiaw of: 6s- tiii.. .With ..of '. a . . The baby, who ' Tlie llterarj' department of the Osceola Womens Progressive club itw't .yestcrdoy afternoon nt the 'iomc of Mrs. E. A. Tenfbrd with >Irs. G. B. Sogrnves leidlng the :urrent events lesson from Ra- 'lew ol Reviews magazine. Mrs. John Eclrlngton discussed iresent day labor problems nnd " 'i. C. M. Harwell rend a paper, on tile financial and industrial re- attonshlp of Germany' to other countries. A round table dlscus- followed. Delicious refreshments ' were served following tlie esson. The next meeting will be held next Tuesday afternoon nt ihe lorne of Mrs. Frank Howse with Mrs. Tcuford leading. : 'The Friday (Night Club" lias >ien organized by the teen-age group • here.. Seventeen members comprise the cliib and they will meet at the homes -of members every other Friday evening for infomal social affairs. • CiUierine Jones Is president; Jane FlPhnlgan, secretary and Irc.isurer and Allen Segraves, reporter. The next meeting will bj lield Friday e/enlng ni the home of Ncrt Ayers 1 • • • Mrs. Nina Young of Little Hock Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hale Jackson her c - this week. John Biriford While, son of Mi and Mrs. 'Godfrey White, hns re turned from an extended visit with relatives In Oakland, California. 0. L. Drake is in Hot Springs where; ht .will spend three weeks tfkln'jr the baths. -.. • Attending the funeral of Mrs Nancy • Sawyer here today arc Mr., and: Mrs. Dwighl Blackwood Miss Virginia and D. H. Blackwood, Jr.,.John O. Blackwood Mrs Belva Marlln and Frnnk Williams all-^of Little Rock; Mr. and Mrs Hal; McHancy of Kennctl, Mo Mr and Mrs. .Victor Kleiber arid A. L McNeil of Liltle Rode, Mr. and Mrs.'Clarencc Wlison, Tom .Whll worlh. and Edgar Bprum.of Ely therlllo, Harry Pharr of Memphis Morris Smith of Cherry Val.lej Ark., and John Thompson of Mena Aft/' . ' ..R. 8. Wilson,. Jr., returned ti WlnfieW, La., after spending Sun day and Monday with his fam lly hers. - - Tom / l»M*Baother.' - ! Uon : lor •'•MlNGHAM, .Mass. (UP)—When Fr»nk Retd's wife was appoints chairman of a rumniage sale spon sored by a local church, he took al hit Old clothes to Hlngham fire sta County Council of P. T. A. Will Meet at Annore 'Follow Who Came Back" It Subject of Senoon •Hie Rev. Pnul Cialloway 'will reach on "The Fellow Who.Caino lack" nt the Lnke Sti-^ei Mjtbod- st church tonight al 7:30 o'clock, there will also be n number of npe- inl songs In connection with the ervlces,: according to'the-'Jtev.-W. . LeRoy, pastor. . . .'. >-:; '."JS Members of Parent-Teachtr .isolations of schools throughout Mts- Isslppl comity will attend Hie coun- y coiincll meeting nt Armorel Friday for an all dar session. The acorgt Washington Bicen- ennlal celebration, the orgnniMtioi or Girl Scout work and the children's charter featured li he program. Luncheon is lo be served at 12:10 o'clock. The board of mnnngcrs will meet i 9:45 : a.m. and'the general iiieet ng Is tft-be called to order nt 10:1 >y Mrs'. J. T. Lee, president. * member of the hostess P. T. A. wil pcnk on "Why We Wanted to Hosteii lo the County Council" and his will be foftowed with reports rom congress units by the prcsl- lents, committee chairmen fcnd of. fleers. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, co;in- y supervisor, .will explain'the bi- «ntciinlal celebration In this coun- y nnrt the tree planting project in ionor of George Washington' Is to be discussed by J. E. Crilz, rounlv agricultural ngent. Blytherllle Boy Scout Troop 31 will give the flag salute and pledge of allc«ianca In the first number )f the afternoon progrnm. Mr;. C. lj. Wiley, chnlrnjBii community committee of Blythevlllc for Girl Scouts, will speak on this mrk and Mrs: Harmon Scford. executive secretary of the Chlckasawbn district Red Cross, is to Utc' up the children's charter. Archaeologists are 'organizing an expcditicn to Mt. Arnrat to nl- tcropt to locate some traces of Noah's Ark. Feel a Cold Coming On? TnMATKSixp.»lBOs|of « Sold coming on need the best of altcntlon. Take Thedt'orit'i Bluck-Draa&ht to nvold constipation. ?~ Thousands'ol tten and Women have found how w«U Ulack-DrauRht woHss without Klckrnlng effccU. Keep » package of Dlack- nnd whLlo colds take .care ot your«lf. Don't \IR let >~0uraelf bc- Jj. ccmo. ^lug£i»]i. v~ l^ccp in safest . condition with A BLACK-ORAUGHT In 25$ Packages. m * 'Mrs. Knstnrbla Oandhl, above, 61- year-old wife of- Mahatma Gandhi, showed amazing serenity when the .was Imprisoned with two other prominent Indian women leaders She: was arrested'within a'weeii alter her husband entered.Jail at Yerovda as the British government's first move against':renewal of his clril disobedience • campaign --- — ,The- Jeihon was - introduced Into the .United States by Spanish ad- veuturert. WEDhfSSbAY, JANUARY 13. 1932 BLVTHEVILLB, (ARK.y COURIER, NEWS Gandhi's Wife Calm in Prison By WM. E. McKlNNKV Secretary Awtrkin BrMre League A difficult combination of cards lo pliy, especially when two tricks ore needed In that suit, Is K x x In one Ji»nd and Q x x x x in the ether. Genirally'the bidding or the play, If closely followed, will guide you. ' • . : . • '40-10-4-2 VQ-7-5-4-3 4K-9 VA-9 2 *Q-J- 10-5-2 NORTH I- m V) > 5 H Deiilcr SOUTH +7-6 ¥J-10-2 6-* *A-K-8. 3 AA-K-8-5-3 4A-Q-3 The Bidding At contract, South would open with one spade. West would overcall with ivvo clubs, North two spades, East three clubs and South' would Jump to four spades, which would get.the contract, ' The Play West's opening lead would be the queen of clubs, East would play th? eight. West 'would continue with the Jack of;dubs, East would play the three and the declarer the nine spct, west knows that his partner holds the ace and king of clubs. West's next play should bo a diamond which the declarer would win In dummy with the king..A small tpade is played from dummy which the declarer wins with the ace and then leads the king of spades. Declarer has lost iwo club tricks and he must te careful not to lose two heart tricks or his game contract will be defeated. How sr.ould he play the hearts? He should first of nil mark West with the ace of hearts because of his two club bid. All that West possibly could hold in order to Justify nn overcall of two clubs is the queen. Jack and ten of clubs and ihe ace of hsarts, therefore the declarer's correct play Is a small heart from Ills oira hand When West plays the nine, the queen should, be "played from dummy, and East plays the,, ten TDs declarer should not so up with tin king. Remember that he has played West for the are. If ho covers HID ten with the king, he Is sine to ] 0 j c two heart tricks. His only hop* u to find West with the bare ace" nf lisjarts. Declarer should play tl ,, six from his own hand and ihc ru'e will be fore*! from the West hand, Hegardlcss of what West returns the declarer has'the rcsi 'jf the (ricks. . . ' By properly reading the lie^i contract of four spades for oann suit, (lie declarer has made i,fj contract of four spades for sam- (Copyrlghl, 1931, NEA Servlc;, Inc'i (* STAINLESS S«me foimula .. same price. IQ original form, too, if you prefer '.for . " " Sore Throat Is Dangerous A sore throat often leads to ;crl- OHS Illness. Stop it at once. Ta!;o . Thoxlne, a prescription exclusively for threat ailments; not a gargle.- TJic first wallow relieves ; HID soreness In a few minutes- m:\ ' goes direct to • lire Internal cnuso, preventing further trouble. Most coughs are caused by nn irritated throat. Thoxine steps Jhese nt once. Safe for the iviioia family—guaranteed no dope. Money back if not satisfied. 35c. Kirby D>u« Co., Kirby-uell Drug CD and aa other good drug stores. -Adv 5 .COIOS' tui S»e8t Crram Butler 35 C i,li BEiNNETT'S!' PASTEURIZED MILK 10e Quart Delivered •: Phone. 74 . ; i> L5S? 01 N °* e by MJss ^ou'se Dixon > Where Mark Twain breakfasted at 3 P. M W HEN Sljirk Twain, the American humorist, lived in Acw.\ ork, lie iisol („ ,,0,,,]^„„[ of |,{, | 1<ms c T nwi'iKEJTc';!"'^ 1 , 11 Avcmlc at ""''-"/'"««>« for Ins I RfcAKr AS I 1 . This !,c ate in'r^Kai,, I-Vcurh Imtcl nejrli.v wliu-li u even now n gnj|,or:ii(i pin, <• f,,r epicure. Its (lining nxiiu, still limirl.iiiinl in Nulliiiuli.nn Iju-o hns over the nvenu,- fiir more Mum SO v«ir< Aot long ngo j, loo, \a,\ I,rc.ilf4,t then;--lmt not nt:! in the aft<Tiioon! And; iuy.<! ra r K on<\ reailw, if Hie im- morlnl JIark Iwain had em-.oiu-n'-siioli pinraiiiilc fntk'rs.aiul hnct>n, I ilou'l M'sffi- ),e y/oiild -cm ti.n-c long for them. Trm.V'siivir.-i of iiinriiiinlc simply jiromirt/ ,n a .Wicatc 1,,-ilWr fried to n-houev- brown frinicnmo.sp. I've round llic rcoi]>c tor von. V»u ran dccp-fr.v them il»urif alitlttt t*K- | mail.«»rrt ax if,t ^g i, in the French r.isliion, m your own apartment for Sim- day morning brejikfiijt, if you like. Crisro is so frcsli- tiislmg nnd imii-siiioking that no frying odors ever linger around to olTeiid early aftcrnoun guests. .They ran Iw usol. loo, as an umimjmiimcnt for oilier meal coursed for other nic:ils, or as a dessert by themselves. Oilier fruit tliau pineapple ran 1« siibstiliitcd in (l re halter I'm giving yon Iml I wonMn't risk substituling another For Crisro is the only fat I know of tliat nlluws the real flavor of any food cooked with il, O r in it, to nsscrl its indivulunlity. If you taste Crisco, yonrstlf,' 3"sl as it conns from ihe can, you can re.'idily sev how a f.nt so fresh flavored will preserve tilt delicacy of yoiir most subtle foo<ls. WI.N-IKKEU s. CAII'TEU PINEAPPLE FRITTERS Icupdoiir . . H cup iiiiHmpplc juiK baking |K>*dtr I. luljlupoon incited C'rUco . '' : \4 iGwpoon .vilt . 1 egg (k-ntcn) '-- 1 tct-^fioon lemon jinVe Mix ntul sift flour., talcmji lawijcr.anij, mil. AiM pinc-iiiplc juice, k-mon juice, »clH»catcii cggiaxl Cristu. Mix Well. Then SUNDAY SUPPER CREAMED EGGS - Gliiml cooked cggi Oslicea O f toast '" ""' C0 ° k '"' lt "' k ' Thin a*l 1 'i nl in iGvera* You taste 111* milk. You tes1>geqq s . Now, _^^fc •'."•'" '" v ' ' ^^^^^ v_F ^J taste ftfp .CViscol^F-then any other shortening. Hien you'll understand why Crisco's own sweet, fresh flovor^o improves the flavor of your ^b-^^-rfBn- CAKES JIE.S DISCUns COOKIES FRIED FOODS ..

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