FAfE TWO BLYTHEV1LLE! (ARK.) COUB1EB NEWS .VRbNiiSbAV, '•[, 193(5 crcLetu Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS ' Mid-Week Bridge club ineelmB wilh Mrs. A. Conway. Mrs. C. F. Tucker having Town 'and Country Bridge club. Mrs. Hiram Wylie -entertaining Thursday Bridge club. Mrs. J. Erucil Hasson having Thursday Contract club for luncheon, 1 P. M' Mrs. Hussel! Phillips having the Tuesday Luncheon club. Bngo party at social hall of Immaculate Conception church, 8 p.m. B'Nai Brlth meeting with ike Milter, 8 p.m. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Democratic Women's ciub meeting Hotel Noble, 9:30 a.m. Ladies Bible class, First Methodist church, meeting with Mrs, W. A. Stickmon, 7;30 p.m., with Mrs. E. V. Hill co-hostess. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Children of Confederacy mcel- 'htg, 2-.30 P. M. Makes Game Contract by Figuring Defense Hoi clings I1V H'JI. K. i Auslander, sHiing in the East Smct-.ir.v, American Bridge league position, bid live diamonds with "I had a perfect count on the ih c chance of a ]>ossil>le set,-but hand," is the frequent explanation with the «|ual chance that the of an unusually wcll-plnycd hand, opponents, even against his The bidding is one of the things *QVG2 V 3 100-1 *G5 4.VC5 1098 Q7T> 10032 N E S Denier ¥ AK8G + K Q J 8 7 •! Jt. A i Bridge Clubs Have Their Wwkly Parties. Tlic Ihree bridge clubs which meect on Tuesday afternoons had U:eir weekly bridge games yesler- 'day with all of Uiem having suesls. ; Mrs. Rllcy B. Jones cnlcrtaluce the Young Matrons Bridge chib .when Mrs. Oscar Hardawny was a guest. Roses and chrysanthemums 'decorated the living room where 'the afternoon games were played. •Hosiery went- to Mrs. Lloyd Sllck- mon for the prize. The hostess jservcd a sajart plate. ',-; 'A . centerpiece of chrysanthemums was used by Mrs. J. P. Hol,-land when she had the Younger Set Bridge club, Thanksgiving tai- llies also decorated the dining In- We arranged .for lunch. Dahlias and chrysanthemums were used in the living room. Mrs. Harmnn Tay- -Ipr won high and the only guest, Mrs. Rupert Crafton, won second high, in ths bridge games. ; "'Mrs. C. R Babco^k had the ."Tuesday Bridge club for the usual lunch and bridge game when. Mrs. K. D. Carpenter and Mrs..'Russell Phillips -were guests. Late gardDn flowers provided an autumn motif. Mrs. Hunter C. Sims won high and Mrs. W. Leon Smith, second high. --•..•'• Society Manila — Personal . : Members- of the Manila higl -school faculty who will attend tin annual convention of the Arkan ids . Educational Association to bi heid In Hot Springs Thursday am .Friday arc: W. W. Fowler, sup 'erintcndent of District 15, LcU min Holt, Mils Lillian Shavci principal of grade school, Miss Carolyn Haley, and Howard Phil lips, teachers in the clementar grades. Miss Vcra, Hodge, teache iri the Pawlieen district, north o Manila, will present a unit teaching at the Friday mornhi session of the elementary section Roy Ashabranner and Jamc Coats vislled in Tupelo, Miss Monday . and Tuesday. Tlicy wer accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. , T. Randall, who will make the: .home there. Mr. Randall formcrl owned the Peerless Pressing Sho in Blylheviiie. .. Miss Hazel Drye relumed toda from Perry, Ark., where she hi been visiting her sister, Mrs. G L Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Edward MacMas ters of Tnimann, Ark., spent 11 week-end in Manila visiting fricni and relatives. Mr. MacMasters the manager of the Truman Lumber company. Dean Whitsitt of the Joncsbo A. and M. College spent Mondn In Manila. ; Mr. and Mrs. Willie M. Jacks! announce the. arrival of a ba girl, weight eight pounds. Stic li been named Sarah Frances. 4 A K J 5 J V 32 1032 Duplicate— None vul. South ll'esl Xorlli Knst A Pass Pass 'i * A Pass ;( * Double Pass Pass Pass .1 » fi • 1'iiss Opening lead—A K. .slrength might make four Bpacies. When Soiilh led llic king of spades and continued wllh the ace, Auslnmler niffed. He did a little counting. ! South, he felt sure, had five Bpadcs and five clubs, thus only three red cards, The double marked him with the ace of diamonds. If South held two diamonds and otic heart, the hand could not be inndc, but If Die ace of diamonds was a singlelon, Ihcn the contract was .safe. i Aiisliiiutcr led n heart to the i i|iiccn. Then a spade was niffed | nnil the king of hearts was led. Now a diamond was played and South was up against a stone wall. Any lead he miide would give the remaining tricks to East. ilch help in the making of ihis rfcct count. Bidding of '• suits, r instance, denotes length In em, and rcblddlng confirms II. It was by means _ of this "per- j ct count" that Harry Aiislander Pittsburgh, Pa., t one of Iho Idgc stars of that city, who is Iiccted lo make a good record ut c forthcoming American Bridge raguc national championship urnainent in Chicago the week Nov. 30, was able lo make to- ay's hand in the recent Pennsyl- •mln slate tournament at Pitla- urgh. In criticism of (ho bidding, It. light be said (hat most duplicate layers with North's cards would avo made n courtesy bid of t»'o iade,s over one, although Ihe md is almost barren, and the nss docs not affect Hie ilnnl re- ill. : Today's Conlract I'rtiblem Soulli has the contract for Ihrci- no trtunp. ICnsl lias '.vein Hie upi'iiini! lesci and. n-lurns tin 1 j;u-k uf hearts, upon which / West plays low. \Vhnt card I should Soulh play from dummy? A K .1 r, -I V K C) •! 4 fiS-t i ID:.:! (Uliiul) !i 8 ;i « K Q !t + A K J 3 .1 None vul. Opener— * Solution in ne\l issue. Bits of News Mostly Personal Osceola Society — Personal Mrs. W. V. Davis, of l>uxo'r», is a patient, at the Memphis Baptist hospital. 'Mrs. b. P. Fleming, of Luxora was admitted to tile Memphis Hup list, hospital yesterday, John M. Salmon, son of the. Rev and Mrs. Stuart H. Salmon, who lias tiecn critically ill, Is still in a very "serious condition. Mrs. Lee Atclilcy and son wil leave today for Pine Bluff and 1'Wrcsl City to visit .'relatives, Mr. and Mrs. A. Conway lia as their guest Tor several weeks Mrs. E. W. uawes, of Columbia Mo. Mrs. Dawcs accompanied Mr and Mrs. Conway home Monday night after they had spent several days In Marshall and Columbia: Mrs, John Long and Mrs. Mamie Frilzlus were in Memphis last night and today as guests of Mrs. FrlUlus' daughter, Miss Roberta Frilv.itis. !i ; - '.',<, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crigjcr are expected lo return tonight from a visit jn St. Louis. They' motored up Sunday. - .. , . Teachers of the,city, schools who will to to Hot Springs tomorrow lo attend (he state meeting are: W. D. McClurkin, superintendent; Ml&s Rosa M. Hardy, principal of the lilgh school, Miss Mary Cum- mlngs, Miss Mary nnln, Mtss Charles Jones, Norman Gulce, Stanfill Cutchen. Lena Mac Oliver and Mary Virginia Harrison. They will be accompanied by Miss Winnie Virgil Turner; comity examiner, and Mrs iUtCliirkln. • .; Miss Kathcrlnc Davis, of Araory, Miss., has arrived to be willi Mis-s Warraic Brownlce, because of the death of her mother, Mrs. M. F. Brownlcc, last night. Mrs. W. S. Langdon has Returned from Little Rock, '.where Rabbi Maurice Lyons of Blylhc- vllle was Hie principal speaker at the monthly meeting of the Progressive club yesterday' afternoon In n program led by Mrs. George II. Deer, emphasizing education. He told 1 of his ' boyhood experiences In Jaffa, Palestine, during the World i War, as the son of a liabbl who was a leader in the Zionist movement, Mrs. Maggie Bnrblers was appointed motion picture • chairman ami Mrs. L. W. Walters, club pin chairman. 'Hie president; Mrs. R. If. Jones announced five new subscriptions lo The Clubwoman,'official magazine of llic General Federation of Women's Clubs, bringing the total number of subscribers to 16. The program also .included two vocal solos by Eugene Packard, and « travel talk by Mrs. R. c, Bryai. Guests were: Mines. G. R. Cald- u'ell of Clinton, Okla., J. J Dil- laid, A. Wcinberg, M. Rubenstehi W. L. Segars, J. L. Driver, Snsl Kciscr. the Rev. R.' C. Morehcad and the Rev. L. A, Saunders. Hostesses at this meeting were Mines. John W. Edringlon, E. L Boles, W. J. Driver, Bob Croincr nwight Bluckwood, George Ed' rbigtoii. - i- ' . • • * . ' Dr. and Mrs. D. P. Crouch have announced the wedding of their daughter, Mary, to L. W. Walters Jr., on March 18, 1935. The bride is a graduate of. Osccola high school and since iier graduation lias been connected with the Bell Telephone Company. ."Mr. Walters attended FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia r.nir Acndomy and for seasons 'ha. te« Number-Nine News Mrs, OIHe Rhoacls ls''qiiile-||l. • Albert Cooksy and !>on, Clarence, ^ find Marin Sypcs a/e visiting in 'leiincssce. i Elsie ami Margaret i'nma'n, who live in ' Missouri, spent Saturday night witli Alice Collins; > • ' Mrs. Von Mullins lias returned from a visit with relatives at Black Hock, Ark. ' Mrs. Mildred llatton spent Saturday night and Sunday in Stecla with her brother,. Albert Hans- bottom, and family. Mis. Ed nation and children, o! Ku:nte Eight, spent Monday willi Mrs. Tom Hatton. Air. and Mrs. Jim Anthony and family spout Sunday with Mr. Anthony's sister, Mrs. Bill Emery, and family. JET BIACK TINT "Lots ul women buy Iwts wlicn tl::}'ri: l-'t' "Ami lots ul the hats look H." '• ' ! ; liluc aiid ihi> , j fmkil dull lift I, a* I :uir lovely ri'-n nsyliimaiuFC t'niilirtiy /djfV.Ol.tyCAj irScakpJll SEND NO MONEY, tfstat rUh. Just nay iioiKnuiujhsjKtftairo irivai, VeiicfinrcLmn what vliflin i-IN'IZ SHAMPOO 00. s)c\,t. J2B. 307 N. Sllsirteni Blvd., FOR SALE "Bernat" Knitting Yarns FREE INSTRUCTION KEGULAU 'CLASSES Friday, 2:30 P. M. Mrs. Leslie Hooper HCO Oiickasawba - Phone 792 Coast Military [he past two employed nt the Tongatc Gin Co] After November 15, they will be at home at 403 Johnson Avc. * * * Mrs. W. W. Prewitt, Mrs. J. L. Ward. Mrs. J. cuts, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. e- i slate P.-T. convention.- Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. David Travis and cation. Clay and Ned Ayres, Mrs. J. H. '.Mrs. F. P. Travis accompanied. Hook and son, Jack, spent Mon- liltle Sallie Travis lo the Baptist, tiny - m Memphis at the bedside of hospital, Memphis., yesterday fpr r n, c i r brother, Willis Ayres. who is medical treatment.. ! critically ill at the Methodist hos- Blllic Reid was taken to the m"lal. No hope is held for his DR. SALIBA Kyc. Par, Nose & Throat GLASSES FITTKD lies. Phone 110 Office 41°8 Ward. Mrs. J. H. Lovcwell and', "" ,- KC "**, V |liUl1 ' No hope is hckl r ° r nis re M,s. Harry Driver were guests of M«">«l'5t .J|<«t)ilal hi Memphis coverj . Mis. p. p. Jacobs Saturday at the! M0 " day n " 5 ' U by hls . > mc , nts tm 'i Marked Tree high school plays annual luncheon of the Josephine I"" ? n :"j r l!™cy °IK f »l">n ( °i' a P- the Osccola Seminoles here this Christmas Fruit Cake Circle hel<l at the Hotel Pcabody at which 800 were present. A fen-! ,.-,,. •..,. •• '•-.'• •-•-.• — lul ' e 0( "'C program was a jjocm she -visited relatives, going,, o*er written by Mrs. Jacobs and dedi- 1 especially lo sec her great grand | catod to Miss Adelaide Heiskelf daughter, born October -15 to'Mr.' t]lc on)y Memphis debutante this find Mrs. Leyton Norsworthy. Mid < casa n. which was read by Milton her grand daughter, born October simclson of WMC staff, master 12 to Mr. ami Mrs. W. T, Hey-; 0 f ceremonies. liblds. Mrs. Lahgdon, wlio is .62,' Li the mother of four children, 1 11 graml children and four gr*at ... °" n E grand children, and there':, has llc Ch ^ ll ?n W never been . death among'-'these. "™"' 5.^.. En route honwv Memphis for The Young Women's Circle of Workers met at the Dick Fletcher on **""rtSiSTln MO "" nJ '""«'«"«»" f" «»«Hr birt- visit wlth'/-Mr. ness meeting. afternoon, instead of Friday, due Miss Emma Cox and brother, to the fact that there will be noj Walter Cox of Lcachvillc. will re- i school tliat day. I turn tonight from West Uifayetle,' Mr. nn( j Mrs. R. S. Wilson, Jr.,' Ind., where they attended the n ( R °ck, Mrs. Belva Martin , . funeral of a cousin. Francis Evans, and Mrs. Ha) McHnney of Ken- who died Sunday in a Cleveland, nctt, Mo., are here at tlio bedside Ohio, hospital from peritonitis o f Mrs. J. L. Williams, who re- following an operation. I mains critically; ill at her home. Mr. and Mrs. George If. Deerl had as their guests Sunday," Phillip Deer. . superintendent ot whit- Engineer Incorporates ton high school, and family,-and and Mrs, Byron Bartholomew;.and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Smith, \ '• ^ •. .- -' ^ •< Henry Ashabranner'i Home is Destroyed Roy W. Deer, manager of-the 1 His OnC-Mah Business. Ouachita Hotel, Camden. I Plans were made for a studvl ^ ^hools in thc'city will be j . DAVENPORT, la. (UP) _ John course ,oh the doctrines of', the'. clMcd ;.Tliur.sday and Friday in Hanson, .local engineer,, is.^np-,!' Christine church to be held'-soon ! orrtev l)mt thc tca chers may at- j "John Hanscn, Inc., simic lie filed PICKARD'S GROCERY THE SAFEST PLACE TO IIUY YOUR JiEATS & DAIRY PRODUCTS We rcc c i v c Swift's Prnmitiin Kccf twice weekly. Green's Grade A Pasteurized Milk twice daily. We h it v c Ihe most modern Frig- itlnii'o nicitt. o(|tiipmcnt. Variety of Cold Jlccts and Cheese. Frcsli Vegetables Daily. We Deliver. Phone G73 •'•"•: 11M4 Chiclfasiiwbii Mrs. A. F. Barham ,Mrs.-W. E. board of directors of the Pope, Mrs. Raw and Mrs. Fletcher MANILA, Ai-k., Nov.! 4. —The home nf Hemy Ashabi-Bnncr, one- hair mile north : of Manila, was we're appointed ft" conTmuiec make plans for a church social to be held at the- Progressive Club rooms on November 12. The Rev. E. Cole, Lyman . . , Shcddan, and Mrs. R. H. Jones attended llic all-day conference I A ricli home-made fniil cake, snug- In its 3 quurl gbss cus.scrol e anil festive wilh holly ribbon, niiikcs nn ideal American Cbrislm;i s RIH. II should be hiked long in ailrunec in civc lime for the insrcdients to inellou'. By NEA Strvicc : for top decoration: 1-3 cup . al- Hs not loo early to make lliosei niond nicnts, blanched and spiff Christmas fruit cakes which you 1-3 cup citron, cut in thin strips- plan lo jive lo your dearest 1-3 cup candied cherries, cut, In friends. This is n perfect i-ccipe. Christmas Fruit Cuke One cup boiling water; 1-2 cup cup pieces. Cream butter, add sugar slowly. Add eggs, one at a lime, beating Members of the MethodtsVclmrch are observing a week of.-.prayer. There 'rill be an all day retreat at the church Friday, Nov. S. Mrs. Myrtle Pearson, chairman of the Spiritual Life Committee of the W. M. S., will be in charge of the program, which had not been completed today. An offering will be taken for home and foreign causes. Luncheon will be served at noon. * • • * The Experimental 4-H Club, organized recently at Manila. will have its first official meeliiig Friday at the Community Center. Officers will be elected and committees will be appointed. Miss Martha Matthews will have charge ol ocmrmmlty singin?. plans are being made for a program to be given at the installation services the following Friday. According to Mas Isaac, president of Manila 4-H dub. all members are requested to com- ptete'their record books and send trrem to IJie county agent's office at Blythcvllle before Friday, Nov. 6. All members completing their record books will receive certificates of a*ard at the Achievement Day celebration at Blythevilfa on Saturday, Nov. 7. .'Those cf Manila who recently completed v lhelr cix--necks course »(. Arkansas Stale College arc: Ruth McCormlck, Fred Powell, 7JH- ... .-_,.-.,- ..... -CD"! —•%_ l.v n (I LI n; WVHVillU Suiter; 1 cup sugar; 1 cup riced ; S minutes after adding each stir potatoes; 1-2 cup molasses; i egg | In chopped almonds: am Hour nightly beaten; 1 lemon (ginlcdi wilh baking powder and salt mix rind and juice) ; I teaspoon cln- ! with fruit, and add to first mlx- namon; 1 teasiwon nutmce; 1-2 1 ture. Add orange and lemon peel teaspoon cloves', 1-2 teaspoon all- 1 mixed withornnge juice Mix :pice; 1-2 tcaspon salt; 1-2 tea- ! thoroughly and put in 2 or 3 .=pccn soda; 1 Icaspoon baking small bread pans, lined with wax pcvvdcr; 2 1-2 cups flour; 1-2 cup paper and greased. Cover top witii chopped nut meats; 1-3 cup chop- I almonds, cherries and citron Rake ped raisins; 1-2 cup chopped from 1 to 1 1-4 hours in slow dales; 1-4 cup diced citron. | oven. Cover with paper- as soon as Pour boiling water over the cake begins to brown. In scrvinu JUttcr and sugar. Slir In the mo- Place (he entire loaf on an nt-' lasses, potato, egg and lemon, in- tractive plate and let each guest '.o another bowl, sifl the dry in- cut his own piece from the loaf destroyed by fire last night at sis o'clock. All furniture wss- destroyed except-one dresser. Ill ere was no insurance. Mr. Ashabranricr and his two sons,' Haywood and Floyd, each had purchased a new suil of clothes that 'morning, which also were destroyed. The home', at Luxora ,Monday" in Ilie'Tnteresl was valued at approximately of -the debt redemption campaign > 1 WO. ..-J being conducted '• by 'the Arkansas Befcctivc wiring in ^the store Baptist Convention, room of (he Peoples Drug Store Dr. Olto WhittinRlon of Litllc In Alnnlla efli-ly yesterday resulted Rock, director of xTie campaign in a fire which caused little dam- was the principal speaker nge. T. A. Stone, druggist, cut off Mrs. Thad Felton, with her the current,. preventing h .possible baby daughter and nurse will ar- scrious loss. The fire was quickly, rive today from Houston, Texas, pul out by lire extinguishers. for a week's visit with her par- A bale of colton was - deslroyed | ——. last night when something was drawn up thc suck and Ignited i Ihe cotton, being ginned, by the I II. M. Flceirmn Gin Co. in Manila. Thc cotton, grown- on the Snydcr place south'of - town, was Ihe only loss, thc gin being an all-metal gin. Springs yesterday to attend the machinery business. Calotabs Help Nature To Throw Off a Cold i gredinnls together. Reserve 1-2 cup cf flour and sift it over the nut meals and fruit. Stir the dry ingredients and flcured nut meals and Iniil into: thc wet ingredients. Grease a 2 ijuart, heal-resKlaiu glass cassc-1 role. Pour in the batter. Bake In' moderate oven for 1 1-2 hours j When completely cool, cover with' Rlass top and put hiRh up on a i thclf for Christmas. If the shelf I isn't high enough, someone will waul the cnkc for Thanksgiving.- Or maybe much sooner. i Dundee Cake Is another fruited specialty that keeps a long time and is keyed to Ihe holiday' menu ' This recipe is taken from the' brand new 1030 edition of that! old American habit. The Boston' Cooking-School Cook Book. This helpful volume might be wrappgh" up for a welcome Christmas nrcs-l ent. too. ;, I Dundee Cake " i Seven-eighths cup Duller; 2-3 cjp sugar; 4 eggs; 1-3 cup blanched chopped almonds; 1-3 cu ,, candied orange and lemon peel cut fine; 2 1-2 cups flour; 1-2 t ca - Rcad Courier News Want Caught a Cold 1 help end it sooner, throat and chest with WICKS W VAfOROB HAVE YOU TRIED YOUR SKIN T d» Da-vis Arnold Phillips, RoyUpcon salt; 1 teasixxm baking Athabrimner, Ludelle Cleveland,] powder; 1 cup seedless raisins; Chola Me Cornicle, Howard Phil- I 1-3 cup. currants or seeded rais- lips, Carolyn, Haley-and Miss'Ul- .Ins cut in pieces; 2 tablespoons IkIT llm 8havCT..'( \ ., , ! orange J Juice.* And) these"exlras.BBl ' •' ' ' V',' 1 ' I' . '' '•'. I' -. . • , :'. I .!-\ . . '"', , -,.,:' ; : ; "V • As a part of your daily bc.'mly sciicdulc, use Cliambcrhin's l.o- lion regularly. H helps keep your hands, arms and skin smooth anil lovely, because it ;tili'ni;tt. 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Klrsi Phone 1IKJ Millions have found in Calotabs n most valuable aid in Ihe treatment of colds. -They take one or two tablets the first night and repeat the third or fourth night if needed. How do Calotnbs help - Nature throw off a cold?.First, Calotabs are «ne-of the most thorough and dependable of all intestinal ellminanls, thus cleansing the inteslinal tract of the ecrm-ladcn mucus Mid toxincs. Everything for your cn(crlninmcnt 3m! cumfDi'l. . Continuous Slt'ivvina;—From' 'i P. M. 'Till 11 P. M. Second, Calolabs arc 'diuretic to the kidiieys, promoting the elimination of cold poisons from the blood. Thus , Calotabs serve the double purpose of a purgative and diuretic, both of 1 which-arc needed in the treatment of colds. Calotabs arc quite economical; only twenty-five cents for the family package, ten cents lor. the trial nackagc. (Adv.) NEW-17 SlUDEBAKERSf I HIT IS BIG JS HE SIWS U UNITES! 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