The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 3, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 3, 1930
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FACE TWO COUKIEK-NEWS Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Social' Calendar "Princess Pat" Tuesday ' Miss Effle Lawler 15 having t theater party, (or |irs. Joe .Clifton Watson, a 'rsient trifle. ''.'•• . Mrs. Bernard Qooch Is having the Tue;day Luncheon club. The Tuesday Bridge club Is meet- Ins with Mrs. Hunter C. Sims. The P. T. A. of the sailor high school will'meet at 3:30 o'clock at the high school auditorium. « • • ' The Eastern Star 'will meet at the hall at 7:30 o'clock. Wednesday . The Delphians are meeting at the Hotel Noble. • .' Tile Parent-Teacher niscclatlon of the Sudbury school Is celebrating Founders Day with a speclnl program to begin at 3:15 p. in. . Mrs. Paul H. Koicnihn] Is hav- . Ing the Wcdn;sday;nrtdce club. ' Thursday The Thursday Luncheon cliib Is meeting with Mrs. W. M..McKcm.le. 51rs. J. Louis Cherry Is having the Mld-Week club. Mrs. J. Ncnl Gesell b having Ihc Young Matron* Bridge club. The Twp Table Bridge club Is having Its'party with Mrs. Charles Partlow as hostess. - Friday The Ladies' Blule class of the First Methcdlst Sunday sclicol Is having a meeting with Mr;. Lee at the home- of R. A. Nelson. Saturday The Woman's club is having a benefit party at the .clubhouse at 2 o'clock. Bits of News Mostly Personal .New Modes in Dress and Drink Favored For Afternoon Affairs 1, 1930 peppermint leaves to two cups of! reheat to the tolling point but" do bailing water. Scald poi and have not let boil Ad<i » tuin «H™. *< water freshly boiling. Let steep. lemon to each eup - dea/wit^suVrTone *$*.*"* I Wlth lh!s ""£"» ^ c <"•- fcrf« te tt M°Sltb h?s S <- S^^-M Vte» °< "<«> white The slinlenls at North. .Carolina Slate (.'ollyfie weren't so jjreen when ilicy cliosc Mli-s Virginia Ilogors, noovi-, cliaimlnj; bninet of Ralelpli, X. (.'.. to lead llic-lr annual S(. Fairk-k's Day ball m Hnlo'lsli on Sl.iifli 17. VliKltiia'H lltlc ffti'.tlm fttasluM will LC • .iarcsa 1'ai.,'-' Compliments Sister The sister of Everett B. Gee, Mrs. Bc-n Vlnyeid. of Cape Glrardcau, Mo., was the honoree at two Interesting bridge rmrllcs given Friday and Saturday afternoon by Mrt. Gee at her home In the Ingram apartments. • •' There was a pink anrt green color motlt shown In the colonial Indies tallies, the cards used • and In the plat* lunch of molded fruit salad,round molded sandwiches, cake's and coffee,: wlillc the flowers used were pink rapture roses and cnr- nntlonr. On FrJdn) 1 , when there were five tables of guests, Mrs. W. H. Mln- . yard won the first urlze, and second prize went tb MrK.O. W. r Mcr Cutchen. These were pairs of silhouettes. The cut prize, a double deck of cards, was received by Mrs. W. D.; Chamblln Jr. The honoree received silhouettes. ' •Four (allies of ladles v;erc entertained Sa.t,u.rd.ay;.;.Strs. Greene won' x first aVid' Mrs. Morris second.', while Mrs. Horace T. Culp cut the lucky card. The score prizes were madeira napkins and the .cut prize, a double deck of curds. At this party. Mrs. Vinyard's gift was cards. • * * Mrs. Flttnum Hcnorcd Five tables of Mrs. Rosccc Crafton's friends were her yuesis Saturday evening when she complimented Mrs. P. li. Plttman. wlio is moving to Memphis, with n bridge party. Saint Valentine Day wns portrayed in the decorations and in the dessert course of pink and while brick ice cream. Valentine stick-ups and hearl-shaped cakes. Costume jewelry wns awarded Mrs. Horace T. Culp for first honors and Mrs. George L. Mulr received a dance handkerchief for the cut pritO. The hostess presented the licnorcc with a silhouette. Birthday Celebrated Mrs. T. H. Haynes surprised Mr. Haynes with a dinner Sunday in celebrating his birthday by having members of his quartet and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Lewis as guests. When he returned from church there was a large cake \vith numerous candles surrounded'with pink carnations for the centerpiece of the table. / After dinner, R/G. Hunt. II. E. Harriett, Hoy Ho;an and Mr. Haynes enjoyed'singing for several hours. / Will Have Benefit Urirtjc Party Srvturday Thc Woman's club will have a benefit parly Saturday afternoon, 2 o'clock, at the clubhouse, as a means of paying off the indebtedness on the building. Mrs. Bernard Gc-ch is chairman of the commiitcc and the Is ID be assisted by Mrs. C. G. Redman awl Mrs. Robert Blaylcck. Reservation? must be made by calling one of these ladies. * o » Children of Contrdrrary Havc A Meeting Snhinlny Members of the Children cf Confederacy, the junior organization of ihe Eiiiott Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters of Confederacy, were enthusiastic in their meeting Saturday afternoon at the hcme cf Miss Sunshine Adams when Miss Marjcrie Martin war a!:o hostess. In the business session, a letter was read by the president. Miss Ruth Butt, from Mrs. A. B. MMrinj of Uttle Rock . k—ju which the group wns asked tc V - comiibutc toward the restoration . of ihe Winnie Davis room at Bi- lurti, Miss. It was \cled to send ?;".- Mrs. Mooring also thanked the giils for sending the gift cf J5 tc uie radio fund for the Ccnfcdcrate Veterans' home. Miss Carolyn Hall was leaner of the program in which these ninn- fcei's were given: "Sketch of the Byrd Family .of Virginia." Ml?; Charline Robinson; piano selection. Miss Marjorie Martin: talk. "Life cf Mrs. Elizabeth B^sinsky • the. President General of the U. D. C." leader; talk; "Famous Horses of Robfrt E. Lee.' 1 leader. Ihc hostesses served fruit salad and hot chocolate. Chs} to Mt!l The Beta Chi Sunday school class of the First Presbyterian church Is meeting with Mrs. U 8. Urlscoo this evening at 7:30 o'clock. « • » Bridge Parly Given.' Mrs. Wilbur Stewart, who Is moving to Tulsa, Okla., Monday, Mlt.s A:Hi- Gator, who has been attending Marble Hill college nt Marble Hill, Mo., will go to Jcnes- boro today where she will finish tlif.s year's wrjrk by Joncsboro colic^. The Mlsrcurl school recently closed. Mrs. Wilbur Stewart and daughter. Joan, Iclt yesterday (or Memphis where they will visit (or a wtr-k before going to Tuba, Okla., their new hcme. Spencer Scmmes Is unending to business In Osceola today. Mrs. Raymond Essary and son are visiting Mrs. Essnvy's parents In Jonesboro. Clr.utle Dolib; and Wesloy Holle- niLii), ft Wilson, were visitors in the city last night. Mr. hnd Mrs. Itoy Owen and ilhlrcii. of Luxwa. were gucsb of Ir. uml Mrs. Leonard Holt yes- enlay. Mr. and Mrs. George R. Crockett ;icnl the week-end In Memphis. Tecnaril Holt jr., Is 111 at his cma on West Ash street. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Clark 111 have us their guests loilay. Irs. Paul Homer Mrs. C'.irt- pr Pierce, of Caruthcrsviile. Mrs. J. E. Bell bad as her guests csterday, Mr. and Mrs. Carl H'.o- cr and daughter?, Misses Mare .1111! I)ac!ii>l. of Carullws- M".. riinl Mrs. Dicker's moih- <lcrwciu nn operation for appendicitis at the niythcvlllc hospital Saturday night, Is now resting very well. Mr. and Mrs. decree Hamilton and Mr. Hamilton's mother have moved tu Memphis until the next cotton season. , entertained 12 of her friends with it bridge party' Friday ovsnln.j at (he homo of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey W. Stewart on Lake street. In the bridge games, Mrs. first (ac; Brown won lace -lingerie for honors and 11)3 cut prlii. po\vcler, went to Mrs. Stephen II. Brooks. The hostess served .1 plate lunch cf fruit molded sn'lnd, chicken and date and cream sandwiches, slul- fcd olives, swset pickles and tei. Mrs. Stewart moved here a year ago from Haytl. Mo., where her family. have, b;en life-long residents Slie will join Mr. Stewart' In Tulsa where he Is engaged In business.. : i '•^-Osceola'-. '.' Society Bi'ids The litornry departiucnt of the Osceoln Women's 1'rogrcs'lvu club vill meet with Mrs. a. U. Sceravcs Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. p. P. Ja- :cbs will lead the discussion of :tirreiu events and Mrs. S. M. Hedges will lead the ICSFOII from tlic text, "Recent Gains in Amcrl- :an Civilisation." Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Whltakcr :I Little Hock, formerly of Ulylhe- ville. silent Saturday In Osceola vith Mr. and Mrs. S D. Carpenter en route to Washington, where Mr. Whltakcr will spend the next -.jiir niontj'-, in special cotton in- .'."sllsation work, beforo going 10 Austin, Texas, where he Is to be .-.i charge of the department, of :otton statistics for the state of !-cxas. The Osceola Order of Eastern Star' will meet here Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley D. Carpenter left Udny for -Jackson, .Miss where Mr. Carpenter will attend Southern Agricultural Workers con Terence in session this iveek. Mr. and Mrs .Kussell Hjwen entertained the Osccoia-Luxora IT Hundred club nt their licrnc in Lux;in Thursday evciiiiig. only the 1C- riub ineinbers bcliit; prc.Tn;. Fol loaing tile game .1 (irlicioirs plat, li.nch was served and liifli ccoi- ,>rlzes wore awarded Satu Bowcn «:rl Mrs. Joe Hires. Mrs. J. D. Borum and Mr-;. L.i'.a! Swift kit Friday Inr N'n\ York on n combination tj;iHm i; .s and pleasure trip. They >-\j::r: to b. £Ctie about ten day?. .Mrs. W. M. Morris, a liff-'.oiic resident of Obccela. lefl Frii'.aj for Hot Spi-iusjs. Ark.. w!i:-r,- :4i° '.'."ill nt.ike her home 1 with herdnu'-li. tcr. Mrs. Charles Aboil urn! Abeli. Hev. C. FT. Welch. p:i<.wr c-.i Hrsl Baptist church. j.p,-ni week In Tupelo. Miss., ii'.tnul I'.ible conference. The Rev. T. A. Spooler. )i '•I the Presbyterian e!v.;n-li. week In Ullle Rurk. Mr aasonic School Held At Osceola Last Week r ol Ltndsey, Ohio. .Mr. and Mrs. II. N. Stvearcnser pent yesterday In Memphis with ,!!k> T. Slsk, who Is III at the .J.ipdst hospital. He will probably no n major operation tomor- ow. Mr. Slsk had been In ill .ealth for three yenrs uut grew n-k.i". a week ago. Mr.*nnil Mrs. Carl Bass, of Boyn- oi). Ark., were visitors In the city Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Ford spent eslcrday in Dyersburg, Tenn. Tlicy 111 leave here l-'cbnmry 16, going i Dycrsbun: fcr a visit' before oiug to Pass Christian, Miss, here they will remain until March when Mr. Ford goes in training i Vlcksburg, Miss., for the base- all season. Miss Marylyn Burnett Is able to c up after several days Illness. Miss Mary Elizabeth Borum is ,ow Improving, following ten days crlous' illness. 'George R. Crockett, lell today fo week's business trip to Slult nrt and Earlc, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Blue nm 1)53 Mildred Cook are spending vcek's vacation In Oklahoma Cits ml Kansas City. JIlss Loin Hal.'ell, who has bcci II (of a week, is now improving Mrs. J. C. White is now inucl mproral. She has b:en III will plnal meningitis for two weeks. Dr. and Mrs. M. O. Usrcy re irned last, nlfihl from Mcinpiil shore Mrs. Usrey underwent omllcctomy at the Methodist hos iltnl. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs ar n Memphis for two clays . Jnke Unsnr and Belly Brook saacs spent yesterday in Mem ils. returning home last night. Mr. and Mr.'.. L. O. Tlionipso: pent yesterday at Uorneisville. Mo Miss Mildred Anderson was •isltor In Memphis yesterday. Miss Jennie Talne. ot S'.. l^oul: utcndcd to business here today. Jce Felsenthal wns n visitor i Osceola Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Brewer, ol County iE|)worlh -Lcafiiiefs Aliend Wilson Meeting! WILSON, Ar!:.~Nincty ciRht hoys and girls, representing«li,'iie organlnaUoiis of Wilson ; nrll, Yarbro, Osccola, Blytheville akr- Street church and the. I Ictlicrilst, church cf Blytheville at- cntal the meeting of t] lc county : - f.'oclatlon ot Epworth League':;era In Wilson Sunday afternoon' nd in-rstdetl over by Mary Gray Illl ol IDythevlllc, president of the Organlzalicn. June Thcmason of Osceola and | U>sler Gill of Ucll, were nomin:it, • d (or the office of president and •• Iric Wailcicll of Wilson and Helen ' Ralph of Osceoln (cr the offtrn. f secretary of the county nsso- inllon, to IK vo'.ed on at (he next., nvilliiy, which will bs held In I >'arbro on the firs', Sunday after- io-n- in Mm-ch, with the Wilson ^cue in charge of the program. The Senior League of the First Methodist church of Osceola spon- screcl the program for this after- io;n's meeting which Included a- ocal selrcllon by Mrs. J, W. Ed- InKlnn, Inslriiroeiilal music bv Young llrothcrs string orchestra, nd n chainilng reading by little Ilss Anne Seinmes Darblers. 'uslon are such delicacies as frosted spcnyc drops, angel food :ut In thin slices or home-made' cheese sugar cookies, very thin and In attractive shapes. toast/ thin lettuce sandwiches or little fancy shapes of open white I oread spread thin with cream I.cmoji Verbena Infusion Use one and a half tablespoons j ranoTiu a"vea'r" of lemon verbena leaves to two' -- ______ ' More food can bo obtained from an acre of go:d fishing ground in a week than from an acre of jjcca cups of boiling water and let steep I "1 T \T /-, "'. two minutes. Sweeten with one 4-t 1 CcU'S LOllSll- pation, Glycerin Mix "Ends It lump of sugar to a cup before serving. With this canapes arc good, made of cream cheese with a drop of calves' foot Jelly in the center. So are canapes of pale de fols gras, or those of chopped egs and watercress. Ginger Infusion ' This must Ire prepared slightly In advance of serving. The ingredients arc one-half pound Canton ginger, five cups cold water, one cup sugar, one-half cup orange juice. Chop S 1ST IE MAI7Y The new attire fcr tea—whicli I'arls has.converted into "less infm- lor.s"—Ls the stuiliu pajamas. I.ouic ebuluangcr designed this suit »ilh trousers at gruy satin, striped in bluck, a mlouse <if goW anil black lame and draperies of gray tulle falling over the trousers to create Ilic impression of a graceful skirt. • » j -^ ^ _^ PARIS—Tea for two is passe in By SIfiTKR MAHY \EA Scrvief. \Vrller Toasted snndwIcJies :irc ID l!i • culinary limelight just nov: nn:l i'.r.- not dlfflcult to make. Tliey arc s.i ersatlle ihnt they enn (111 alm.v: any part and often will prov? .•. boon to the unprepared hostess. The club sandwich Ions Instead, one serves "les tntu- b!c:-.s," if one would b? known for tl:e smart absentee American she is. The-c infusions are piquant bev- s made frcm herbs or barks 'ha: French wcmcn prefer to col- fee or tea cl the end of lunch or even after dinner. Since French women do not. as r. :u!e, indulge in five o'clock tea, it remained for an American woman in Paris to introduce Infti- .'ioi:s ai the fag end of an after- r.oon and delight her ;;ues;s. Incidentally, pajamas are the accented \voarlng apparel "for Cie| j^. contrasting strong foctis with them, such as caviar, for • instance. Peppermint Infusion Use or.e taWcspooriful- of drlec HAD GAS PAINS AND BAD TASTE Georgia Lady Tells'How She H;is Iken "Benefited by Hiack-Draugnt the ginger, add fo water "Per 11 yenrs I tried '.D pet rid of constipation," says Chas. E. lllair. Then at last (he simple mixture Adlertka, made me regular." The simple mixture of glycerin buckthorn bark, aillne, etc., (Adler- Ika) acts on BOTH upper and lower bowel, relieving const liiitloa In houi-sf Brings out po.'snu you never thought were In your system. Let Adleriku give your stomach and bowels a iml sugar, and let boil 15 minutes, how good Strain and add the orange Juice; Store. REAL ejeaniiif: and you feel! City Bothered with Backache? It May Warn of Disordered Kidneys. A CONSTANT backache wiUrkiJ- •i X ney incgularilics and a sliff. ccliy, worn-out feeling all too often warn of duordcrcd kidneys. Don't ttlse chances! Help ycur lidncys will, Uoun's Pills. Used for mere lhan ^0 years. Endorsed tlieworldover. Sold by deajcre everywhere. Doan's Pills A Stimulant Diuretic to the Kidtiuys been popular and while, it, is mad:; mthnale tea hour—gorgeous paja with toast, it is not properly .:; mar. some ol them the new "stu- "toasted" sandwich. Anolher three- dio pajaniv/s" that feature trailing decker sadnv.lch made with' ' the Uiucliconette- Eundwleii «h:c;i furnishes n meat course, n s.i!:ul and a sweet. These are quit? iijvei and are attractive for iifitrnojit brtdge refreshments served wit! coffee. Clever food can be worked out—(or c'oid sliced leg of lamb \rcmplils, spent the week-end here ns guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Shipman. George M. Hunter, of St. LruK vas the'guest of Mrs. Hunter for he week-end. Miss Corn Lee Coleman IF .1 visitor in Lcarhville this afternoon. Miss Mnbcl Qutllon. ot Carulliors- vllle. spent the week-end will: her cousin. Mirs Cassle Caldwell. Mrs. Virgil Greene and daughter «pcnt yesterday In Osrcoln. where they attended the memorial sorv- ,ccs lor their nephew and cousin. I-'inlcy CarlwrfehC Jr. Miss Matlie Lee Quiiiii of raru- •>a\M. who has been vlsltln-: here, lias, gone to Osceola for ,t vMl with relatives. Miss Mamie Hlylhe. of Mi'iuphi?. spent the week-end at '.iniuo. John Roland Sanders, s-n nt Mr. and Mrs. Monte Sanders, wl-.n mi- cr.rrot with Uu'.-sii'.ii dressliv.;. grated cocor.nut and s-hu'ddca 1 almond^ In orange bavarian. Left-overs can bo uscrt up attractively in toasted sandwiches. Each sandwich mi^ht be made of different combination ir.iii/Li:^ very Muall amounts of foods. Technique Isn't ItiftU-ul! : The tcchnirjuc of Ilic loasto.l fantiwich is .simple bin ligurutis. The outside tniisi be crispy and hot. and the inside tof- :m;l cool. This necessitates intense lieut to brown the bread witho-.i: allcctins the filling. If n broiler is iij«j, heat the broiler 'chain!; 1 .".- b.'fore toglnnlng to toast the sandwichss. I'lacc tile closcil snnd-.vh-iici on the rack, close to llic ram:, and toast igtilckly lo a e«'.:lni !):-o\vn, lirst on one SK!C and tlif n on th-: other. Occasionally the fillhr; r, -.v.uit- cd l:ot, too. as in the cast of toasted cheese sandwiches. A very lie; oven or a lowered broils :la;no an ompiishes this satisfaftniilv. Toasted rye bread and xirdin- .san:lwlcl:c:i will a;ip?al to iiaLOii- of fish. Or chopjiecl raw OXE- lers fcasoncd with talt. pei:|;or. lemon juice and a few drops ot ta- hasro saiiiv may be liked. The cc-mblnations are inim?ro;:.i r-ince any tilling liiini in untonslcd trea<l can be u.-c.l toatslug. me OSCEOLA. Ark.— M.iMir.s : r <.m all vcr Northeast Ark.m^v attended iie four days srlwl o: m-tiiiftion :eld here last wttk by llik^-r Clark I Lltlfe Hock. Br.-.nt! lecf-irtr for hc slate, ^flcrjioon .UK! nvinnp -csslcns were held nr.d ;it the Tucs- : ^y evening meeting. Dr. CT. A. warren of Little Reck. srr«;:l .cr ct the Icilge. made an ofllrtal lislt to the Osceola erRai«?at:oii ir.d was Breelc<l by. a large uitdicncc r.cluding many out'cf town Masons. DEER JX UWI.AXUS MART1NSHALE. Mont. lljl>i — 3iustcd snow thrplijlt \vi-.irli lli->- ire unable lo plerc? In-w-rch of lood. has •drlven..Erfat-iHimbcrs o: Jeer to the lowlands where •, easier to obtain. Residents of this section BIT pru' th'- animals tiom l-.untcr.-, for Uv.ring Ilic first year human heart brats fu loO times a minute. GAINESVILLE.' GA.-"I have been taking Thetiford's Black- ught for about thirty years," writes Mrs. R. L. Freeman, of 121 Grove street, this city. "1 used to suffer with constipation. This caused me to have a tired feeling, and very severe headaches, bad taste in my mouth and gas pains. I wouldn't, have an appetite, and did not feel equal to my work. "f f:und Black-Draught quick to relieve, so I have used It off and on all these years. It- is harmless I and easy to take. T can rccom- i tneucl it most highly." i The medicine which this Georgia Wlvc'.e hcrV leaves arc prefer-: lady mentions is the same Thed- au'.o to crcmid ones In making m- ford's Black-Draught which thou- fttsioiis. If apothecaries do not!sands ot men and women have carry them, they will order them j recommended because of the good results obtained from Us use. cinffrn drapes over long trousers o! silk. Tile infusions that one serves at •.c.i l-.our are made by steeping various well known herbs purehas- served with ; a ,,,, at ,, ny apo ti, e cary shop. Some " m ,",'- 0 " 3 i Anmilcan women who have adopted infusions Into their hospitality ois touch l- raclolls touc "' „ „ "'«•« Urcwcl1 "• Uc Tl ' a tor une. Ir.fiitions arc brewed pro- tea is brewed, with emphasis upcn the pal's being scalrl- cd, the .steeping property timed and the serving done piping hot. Since they are often slightly ciejnish in color, one must never s^ive infusions in blue or green cU]-.=. They leek their most alluring be=: in pink, white, orange or' yel- Icw c;i|i=, or pottery of some color cimbivr.ticn that enhances their own tone. One Gt'ier rule should be noted l)y tilt :;u'!:culou>- hostess. Siucy these intu,*lnih- a delicate Ila- vcr. vcr>- I'.lifi'ient trom most of tit: 1 flavcr-i that one kno«'s best, care should b<> taken never to serve (Y^rr Face Powder A : «£t' The Fashion Tin- .'•km el youth lies in every liciv ol :-.e-.v wcmlertul MELI.O- CiLO t'r.rii I'owdcr. Tile puro:'l ))C.w- dcr made —ils color is passed by the U. S. Government. No pasti- n-.-ss. Itakinc^s cr irrilati:n. A new Fivnc'.i prores;. makes U spi'cail niorr ymoc:liiy and prevents large povc--. No nn-rc sliinv- ncses—It slays on longer. Use MELLO-GLO. Kirby Drug Co. Adv.-l It Ls a purely vegetable .prepara- ion of selected medicinal herbs and roots. Easy to take—no bad after-effects. Rcl.ise imitations. Get the gcn- liiif. in a yellow package, marked Tiicslovd's." Costs only 1 cent a dose. Artv ;£for Comtfpation Indigestion. Biliousness Same Price for over 38 years The price is right Quality is right (eterycan guaranteed) MILUONS OF POUXDS USED BY OViR GOVERNMENT H) lo sell all asset* til' ihi- I'co- > H;ink. At ihut limp I will Ltt Afitem C WoA Imp BRID Auction and Contract Tuesday KL'CN 1:30 p. m. GST Dr. Maurice J. Lcri, Ntv York Ci'fy SpaJet .—.K, 0. J. id. 3 Ht»lU .. .K.3 Diamonds 10. .5 Clabi. _ A, E, Q. 6 Mwfiorcncctt.firanl .TT Spades 9, 2 ^ HrnrlJ - .', .= . 3 Diamondi .-... 6, 5. 2 Club! J. 8, 7. 3, 1 Mrs. George R. Cmnpbdl, slugus/a, Maine, Dealer Spidts A. 7.5 Hearn I, 10. 8, S Diamonils. ..A,K,Q, 9 Club! 9,5 DOM North or South become Declarer . . . and wtat is the winning bid in this band at Auction? At Contrncl? HOY; tricto docs Declarer l.nkc? On which player is z "squeeze" worked? Decide how you would handle, this i^cn! . . . then let the eipcrts sbow yon their mctbcKls by radio, '.vith comment ami instruction by Milton C. Work. A tummarj -rftlic game »ill appear in thi; fapef PRICES REDUCED ON Seibcrling Portage Battery They are as good as the Seiberling tire and made by the same company GUARANTEED FOR 12 MONTHS 13-PIate Ford or Chevrolet Size Old Battery Free Service Trucks Phone 476

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