The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 2, 1936 · Page 5
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December 2, 1936

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER..2, 193G BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK,) COUIUEll NEWS INfeat Squeeze Play; Offsets an Overly Optimistic Bid BY >VM. "B, lijcKENNEY Secretary,:American Brldre league Elmer . J. Babln, 'president, of the Cleveland Whist club, one of the outstanding bridge dubs of the country, .Is known: even to A 00 52 V A 10 85 2 MO + J109 + K2 A KQ 108 43 V None .. • f Q!!7l> .', ,,';'," ^Duplicate—R'&S, vul.; •South West North, East [Pass., Pass - .!•$ Pass.". lit Pass i, 3V Pass [3* Pass ,, 3N.T.. Pass .J4 * . Pass '. , €4> Pass | Opening lead—* 10. 2 Hie experts as a 'great bridge player. He ranks high among the younger stars 'of the game, and is at home in any company. One of his favorite i>artners is 0. S. "Ollie" Einricli, another young star, whose skill is known to the highest ranking players, both east and west. Emrlch iii an incurable optimist in bridge, Bnbin says, so he has to temper their game/ when they play to gethcr, with a strong dash of pessimism. • • In loday's liunci, with Babin South and Emrlch North, Miss Florence Stratford, a national champion in her own right, East, and Howard Klein, West, Em- riclj's optimism gave Babin a hard problein to solve, but lie found the way out with a very pretty squeeze. When dummy was spread, it looked, ns though the 'contract would go doWn. However, Batln went to work against a very difficult opening lead of the ten of diamonds. . He won 'the first trick with (lie king of diamonds, then led the king of hearts from dummy and discarded a diamond. • West won with the nco and returned tho jack of clubs. This was won witli the ace, and one diamond 'mid the six of clubs In the closed hand were dis- «ipd on the high hearts. ' Tho aco of spades was cashed, a heart was rulietl, and four moco rounds o! trump were led. East, ivho hcltl the king of clubs and both the queen and jack of dla- monds, had to part with a diamond. Babln then led a diamond, and won the last two tricks in dummy. , — — - — --- , j. Today's Contract Problem i South has the contract at • seven spades, doubled by East. ' It will require very careful \ play and accurate timing to make the contract against East's three kings, which are over the aces in all suits. But if South is careful, it can be done. How should the hand be ployed? Lcachville Society — Personal Mrs. J. W. Moore of NellUttou was the guest last week of her daughter, Mrs. Howard Selby. Miss Wanda Matthews speni) part of last week In Newport and McCrory. ., , Misses Oma and Elva Hodges tpent Saturday In Blythcvllle. p. A. Honnell Is writing an tic- count of the founding qf Lcach- vlltc for the Leachvlllo Star. Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Hobilisoii VAQJ7 + AQ087 A None ¥843 « J1098 05 *J.I064 *AQ1095432 + 32 N. & S. vul. Opener—* J. Solution in next issue. 2 (Copyright, 1936, NBA Service, Inc.) Cauutliersvillc Society —- Personal Engagement. Announced. At a 'bridge-dinner last Saturday evening Mr. and .Mrs. James l^. Moore announced the engagement and approaching marriage of" their daughter. Miss Anna Blanche, to Mr. Jvorson Michie of Little Rook, Ark. The wedding will bj solemnized on.Saturday, December 26. 'Before'; the . dessert course,;thf.' | cupsls re pa i red "to" sip all ta bles- in .the livirjg room. The dining room doors' were again opened, I'evealiiv . the table centered with a three tiered wedding cake, topped with : miniature bride and groom. For turns of wedding cake mid io creain, in heart-shape *ith sirial' Dan Cupids were served. Favort of cut glass ash trays, tied In pin' with silver ribbon, were, presentee to each guest. In the trays wer ihe annqiuicements of the.engage- ment of Miss Moore and Mr. Michie. : . ..' At bridge, the high score award: a silk !ace gown, was awarded to Miss Virginia Orider. Mrs. Jim- mic Tipton was given a pair o' embroidered pillow cases for second high, and Mrs. Marion Barrow received a double floiver pot stand lor consolation, while Miss Alice Bcrryman, having low score, was presented a kitchen towel. * * * Jolly Matrons Entertained. On last Friday evening Mrs Wayne Ultner entertained tho Jolly Matron Rook club at the En Shop, Mrs. George Dycus being i guest for the evening. Mrs. Cecil Hudspetli held higl score, Mrs. Virgil Davis was givei second high, and Mrs. Leonard Limbaugh cut the consolation prize * 7 * 1'ast Matrons Club Entertained. Mrs. p. G. Shepard. entertainer the Past'Matrons club with a not luck dinner Monday evening at he home on East Third street. Following the ..dinner, an instal lation of officers was held, wit Mrs. H. H. Brown in charge. The" new officers arc: president, Mrs. H. T. Simpson; vice-president Mrs. Jack Halt; secretary, Mrs. Mona Helm; treasurer, 'Mrs. E. A. Long; historians, Mrs. Minnie Eopnc and Mrs. J. W. Davis. At tho business meeting, the club voted to send a cash gift to Itis hulld- ing fund for the Masonic Home. The next meeting will ba held the latter part, of tin's month at tli6'home of Mrs. Simpson, imc will be in the form of an old-fashioned Christmas party. Name: ave.been drawn and gifLs will b? xchanged at the 'meeting. Mr. and Mrs. \Yid Matthews antj Irs. ' Clinton Cunningham left unday afternoon for St. Louis. Phe ladies returned home Tuesday, Ut Mr. Matthews went on to Montreal, Canada, where he is atlentl- ng the International Convention f-Minor League Baseball clubs. Among those frbm here who at- ended Hie Blylheville-poliimbus. {.iss., high school football game at leniphfs.. hjst Friday night :were: Misses Cynthia Robinson, Gladys 3rcen-'Pellx'Kyle, Leon Scolti Shaon 'Fate^Peck Adams, John Hps- er,.Fred Henley, Walter hobcrtsori, Clyde-Essary,.jimmie Tipton, chcs- 'r Moore,-Lensdy Smith and Del- nas Martin. Mrs. J. L. James of Columbia, vho has been visiting liere with ler son, Ed, and sister, Mrs. C. G loss. Is spending .this week in Bly- heville visiting Dr. and Mrs. P. L. Upton. , • Mr. and Mrs. Harry Puckctt of Ailton. Mo., who arrived here Pri-. lay to visit her parents, Mr. and <?rs: Fred Williams, .left Sunday iftehioon for Paragould, Ark., to 'islt Mr. Puckett's mother, Mrs. L. E. Puckett. Mrs. Harry Puck- tt will return here Thursday. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- Wilhout Calomel—And Toull Jump Oul cf Bed IB * ' Itc Momitif Rarin' lo Go The Hvcr should pour out two pounds of liqaitt tile inio your bowels daily. If trila bils Is not nowjnE f reelj-, your food doesTi'Idlest. H jusl Jecnys in tho hotels. Gaa bloats up' your stomach. You get. «msUpnted. Your whole syalem is toisoiicd and you feel aour, sunk and the world loots panic. I-ixallveB are only makeshifts, A mcr« bowel movement doesn't get al the CRUSC. It Ukea Ihwc good, old Carter's Little Liver rills to fftl these two pounds of bile flowing freely nnd make yon fecl"upsndup".Ur.rm- IMS, gentlft. yet smaxine in makin? bile (low freely, Aak for Carter's Liltlc Liver Villa hj • ftame. Stubborn 1 y refuse a n> ihtnz else. 25s. FRIED CHICKEN- Every Mon. & ,-Thurs. on Flato I.ilnch I THE COMPLETE : ELECTRICAL STORE Featuring electrical fixtures fron 51 tp, Wcsliiighoiisc appliance- all • kinds of lamps, iuexpcnsU bridge prizes and a line of beito grade toys. Walpole Ejeclric Shop '£08 W. Mabu " PUOU6 1 31 ^ &y / |«>OULTRYi CHOWS and daughter, Dorothy, tiro, expected homo soon from a. Irlp which 1ms tnkcn tlicin to Wnsli- liiBton, Baltimore nnd New York. Mr. nnd Mrs, Pnul Mooro nnd little son, of Clmrlotte, Ark., spent Inst week lu the home gt MV. ,iid Mrs. H. 0, Dnkcr, Mr. nnd Mrs. cinvenco Hodges if Slmwiice, Okln., visited Mr.j And Mrs. J. D. Hodges hero' Inil | week. V I • : ' | ( f. li. fjlioenmkc and son, H. o. Sliocmnkc, are hi 1'nrnjoiild this week. : i>.«:..i Demonstration Club News Notes More than 30,000 naval officers nnd men receive mid spend most of their pay at Long Bench. Cnllf. ' 's regarded .os Hie "havnl cnpl- i tnl" of the United SUles. > Ktttt 4-11 Club. Thv \\eixe 4-H Olub was ccor- gnniw;! Monday with Jake Diuby as prwldcnt. Other officers arc Hob McNeill, vlce-prestitnit aiut Willie Mac Adams, secretary tmd i aiwrtcr. oihor members enrolled for 1937 nro Ktigcnc Bunn, ,1, \v Aklns. Billy stalling* and Alfred Keiuper. 1'ionilicil 1,'ind 4-11 Club. IH'imetl nail wns elected prcsl- itcnt of the promised Land -I-H club nt H mcclliig Monday morn- Ing. Oilier oftlcerc nnmed were: L, ic. Ashby, vice-president; Max- Inc Moore, secretary; Eva Until lictscndlnc, reporter; Josephine Cusslily, treasurer. !/))« Tliomii- sou Is girts sponsor. Durwood O'linnncii, noiinclt Hull and Q. T. Onriier were nnmed a commlUea lo Invite Roy O'Bnnuon to serve 'us boys' sjxinsoi'. Ten boys nnd ten slrls linvo <sn- rollwl In Hio'clul) for 1031. Tlicy nro Calvin !!!!!, Jack Sktllon, I, K. Ashby, Dennett Hull, Dimvocxl O'Baiinoii, Jlniinlo Johnson, Q. T. Quriier, Jiniloi' Miuin cbnnlu liny, Uallna Mllolioll, Vornn 1'cnrl O'- Bntmon, EN'IV Until Drlsenillne, Mnxluc Moore, Knlhryn Wnlil, Dor- Inn MHO Moore, Josephine Cnsslfly, Lucille Olouse, Mary '^cker Moore, Jniie Crawford ami Faye biinnii- gnu. Appllcntions of'several btliers are penduig, ma! Courier NOWB W»nt AS*;'. Calotabs Help Nature To Throw Off a Coll .. '< i ^i Millions hnvo found In C»lotobs » hiost vniujblo nld In (no treatment iW^' Z'W !"!<? °''l or W tub«» In» ?"t ntght'nud repeat the third or fourth night if needed, How do Cnlolabs help Nature Ihrow off n coW? First, OnWnbawe woof tlio most thorough nml ( lo" cudnblo of all Intestinal ellinlnanta, Ihua cleansing the Inlestlimi trac wo scrui-laUeu niucw wd of cold po|a._ .., „ „ Calotabs serve the double i a purgative and -dUiretlo, "Inch »r» needed ia tb« ' of, colds, Oalotabs art quite so only twenly-nve cento for t Streamlined for Speed anil Beauty! '." Velocipede 12" Ball Bearing Front Wheel Kaby htcennff for 2 to -I year ol(ls! A rctl l " kc witl) all j ust au ' G liaiKlIcbnrb'antl scat, rul> bei tuob and grips. Rcnr blcps. Streamlined Wagosi With Heavy*. _ ' Sleel **&9 Under gear ^Sf 33V4"xl6" with .10" roller bear, ing artillery, type wheels, rubbea tires. Red enamel finish. 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A value 1 WALKING P.QPEYE Cash Feed Store l>low n;e dnwn-^ it's Popcye, him self! Wind him up and ho'il wali; all a roil ml. An {« ni u s i n g Christmas gift. White Easel BlacUUcatrt. drop desk blackboard. Dustless and rusy on tho ey.esI Was crayons and picture curds included. RED VELOCIPEDE Kor 1 to 3 .. e ., r olds! Slrcam- mcd with 10' hall hearing front wheel, adjustable scat, £>eluxo Steel Pedal Car For 1 to 2 Y«r Old, Red streamlined car with disc wheels, rubbci tires and hard- to-scratch finish, ROLLER SKATES Bright nickel finish, leather straps Avith nn- klc pads! Ruhr her turning cushions! Adjust. 6T4"-9%'.'. laby Grand PIANO 6 Shiny Harptone piaho with a maple finish. ' Lnrge tlocket Shot Game New pin ball Came with lv;o shootc rs — 7 balls. Bofcrii has matiy traps and spinners." Oth- nnd;nn NEW FOOTBALL A 7 ouchdown! Reaily use! .Full size 2-piccc slreamlincil bnll inllntes tliroush needle valve without lacing! ° DE-LITE DOLL 9S Daintily i-r doll with curly hair, sleeping eyes, nnd movable head, arms and Iocs. A perfectly lovely L'ift! I?1>LL BASSINETTE 1C This voomv crih holds a 27" dolH It's sturdy, has a drop side, nml is fct on swivel casters! Knam- clcd! DiAl .Self - inking I IK" ::. 0;r typewriter that takes a full -,-izi> Ictlerhciul! A.i educational toy. POOL TABLE Witk'Balls C and-(luc<,< Sturdily built 36'xJO" table with adjustnblp feet, nnn-warp- inpr bed nml return ball track. 22* high. A rniBmy fine gltl! BABY DOLL Lovely Curly Hair! Daintf 20' doll with soft body nnd conino«ition bond, arms and legs. Ilor eyes move! She crie*l HAI»O 28-In. DOLL This v/ell dressed doll is a beauty! She has moving eyes, I ashes, pearly teeth and a cry- inff voice. . Airplane-Type Trunk Stylish miniature lug- giigc v.'ith drawer, clothes hangers and >pi:co .loll Electric Lights! Bull b Horn! Windshield! 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