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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - October 14, 1936, Blytheville, Arkansas Page two Blytheville Ark courier news wednesday october la 1936 a Crete to. Pleura. Three of county s prize babies social Calendar thursdays events mrs. Carrol Bla Kern Ore having thursday contract club. Town and country Bridge club meeting with mrs. Guthrie King. Mrs. Cecil Shane having midweek Bridge dub. Mrs. T. H. Haynes having thursday Rode club at the Home if her daughter mrs. Russell Farr. At 2 30 p. M. Mrs. Boy Welch having thursday Bridge club. A More i . A. Meeting at school. 2 . Fridays events Junior senior , a. Having Bingo party Catholic Hall 7 .30 . Double squeeze with Dummy master hand not by slam by we. E. Mckenney Secretary american Bridge league it took Lawrence Weiss of Newton. Mass and his partner six rounds of bidding to reach their i eventual grand slam declaration in today s hand. But then their final declaration was to take All 13 tricks and in doing so Weiss Lound it d. A. R. Has first meeting of new year. The Charlevoix chapter of Tho daughters of the american revolution entered upon the new years activities in a luncheon meeting tuesday at the Home of mrs. Geo. M Lee when mrs. W t oboist and mrs. Lee were hostesses mrs. James Hill was installed As registrar and mrs. A o. Usrey As historian the year books were distributed. Mrs. C c Langston was named chairman of the float committee and it was voted to make a donation to the Valley forge Bell fund for the program the holidays of october were discussed and the Flag lesson Given by mrs. Guthrie King the discussions of the holidays included the statue of Liberty Observance and founders Day the 18 members were served lunch at Small tables decorated in roses and the Hail it when Motif was carried out in the dessert course. A a sen Bern. A son was born yesterday morning to or. And mrs r. H. Hinson. Of Steele at the Home of mrs. Hinson smother. Mrs. Will Frazier in this City. The baby. Who weighed nine and three fourths pounds has been named Charles Robert. By Tore her marriage mrs Hinson was miss Ezolle Frazier. A club has party. The younger set Bridge club has resumed its parties for the Winter season and had its lust affair tuesday when mrs. J. W Adamsjr. Was hostess the club has two new members. Mrs. J p. Holland and mrs w d. Mcclur Kin. And yesterday there was one guest. Mrs. Hiram Wylie. Lunch was served in the dining room where the table was decorated in Pink radiance roses. Flow Ere of the autumn season decorated the living room in tile Bridge Mea mrs w a. A flick won the and mrs. Mcclurkin. High a club meets. Mrs. J. Nick Thomas had mrs Walker h. Baker and mrs Rodney l. Banister to have lunch and play cards with the tuesday Bridge club members when she was hostess this week Pink and red radiance roses predominated in the assorted Flowers which decorated the living and dining rooms. In the Bridge games Winch followed lunch mrs. W. D Chamb Lin won High and Are. Floyd White second High. In in methodist Young pct pie meet Here. The county Young Peoples Union of the methodist churches met in the social rooms of the first methodist Church last night. Gordon Ramey of the hostess group presented a program which included a talk by miss Inez Thompson president on a a the of a Depue Tenc in the Young Peoples division Quot a violin Salo by miss Bonnie Jean Buchanan and a voice number by Rev. J. T. Randle of Luxora. In the business meeting it was decided that the organization would Purchase a moving picture i machine. During to social hour Gordon Ramey was in charge of the i games. Cookies and hot Choco late were served. Presbyterian circles have program. Studies. The work of the presbyterian Church in Home Mission schools of this denomination was discussed in programs Given at meetings of the four circles monday afternoon and night. Along with tills program the members a so continued their study of genesis. Mrs. Zal b Harrison entertained Circle i when la attended mrs. Roy Walton had the program and mrs. C. R. Babcock gave a report of the recent group conference at Walnut Ridge. Circle 2 met with mrs. George Muir when 12 attended. Mrs w a. Dobyns gave the program and mrs. T. J. Mahan had the Bible study. Hie nine members of Circle 3, who attended the meeting it the Home of mrs. Bilbo Gilbert heard mrs. Spradley give the devotional and mrs. Rives Allen t he program. Circle 4 met at 7 30 of clock at the Home of mrs Alice Womack when mrs w. C Leggett and mrs. Charles Crowder were also hostesses. There were 15 pres it. Mrs. Ros Stevens gave the Bible lesson mrs. K. D. Carpenter presented the new Mew Ion study Book and mrs Louise Crane Haler told a k964 a a j 10 4 3 2 a a a k 2 a 10 5 a k q i a 9 6 4 a 10 5 3 a a q j 7 a 5 a k q 3 2 a a 8 7 6 duplicate All vulnerable South Wert North East i a pass i a pass i a puss 3 a pass 1 a pass 5 a pass 5 n. T. Pass 6 a pass 7 a double 7 a pass opening Lead a to 13 should add something to the conversation. Which had become quite one sided. The opening Lead was won by Declarer with the Ace and a heart was returned to Dummy Sace. A Small heart was led and trumped. Then the acc of diamonds was cashed Ami a Small heart was ruffed. East discarding a Diamond. Next South cashed the King and Queen of Diamond then he led ills last Trump and overtook with the King two More rounds of Trumps were drawn and both East and West were squeezed East had to hold a. Diamond West with the club King As an entry card to Dummy. Had to hold last to his heart lie Nee each had to discard a club. South then cashed the club King and won the last two tricks with the Ace and eight of clubs in his own hand. Necessary to execute a double squeeze and make the Dummy the master hand. Both bidding and play were interesting. I shall not attempt to Analyse the bidding in detail when partners hold such preponderance of High cards As did North and South. It usually is a Rase of All roads leading to Rome but in the main almost every bid was based on a sound foundation and gave partner a Little further Light on the hand. West a double of seven clubs the Only time that lie or his partner entered the bidding was made perhaps because he thought that he today a contract problem South has opened the bidding with one no Trump an artificial bid that forces for one round North a response is two clubs showing less than one lie nor trick. Should North and South reach a game contract a 7 6 5 4 a to 3 2 a none a 109 8 3 2 Blind Blind a a k q a Kwh a q j 9 5 2 a k 5 All vulnerable. Solution m next Issue. 13 bits of news mostly personal i tis in it a v i / a a f. Gillis of Hayti is a the Memphis methodist of the recent Walnut Ridge i freshmen us big the social circles. Group meeting at were hours served Dur of All the Blan Bingo party the Junior senior High school Parent teacher association is planning a Bingo party thursday night 7 30 of clock at the Catholic Hall. P. E o. Society at her Home monday afternoon the program a a review of the widely read Book a gone with the wind a a by Margaret Mitchell which was Given by mrs. N. A. Hawkins. Entertain at eat shop mrs. Sibyl Moffit entertained the monday night Rook club mid two guests mrs. Bess Bay Rob erts and miss Laura Belle Shep Pard monday evening at the Mcdonald eat shop. I mrs. Mona Helm was a walled h. Herndon of Leach a Beautiful Mirror what not for first prize and mrs. Minnie me i Gill received the Low score prize velvet table scarves mrs. R inserts and miss Sheppard were Tach presented a bottle of perfume As guest tokens. Son born. A son was born yesterday at the Memphis Baptist Hospital to or. And mrs. W Ville. Club Ila guest. Mrs. Chester Caldwell was guest of mrs Lloyd Stickmon when she also entertained the Young matrons Bridge club tuesday afternoon. Hosiery the High score prize went to mrs. Murray Smalt in the Aid games which preceded the serving of a plate lunch of Ham loaf Date sandwiches and Tea. Mrs t patient at Hospital miss Peggy White was taken to the Memphis methodist Hospital yesterday. Mrs. C. J. Cox is in St. Louis on a buying trip or. And mrs. W c. Cates left today for mount pleasant Texas where they will spend a month or six weeks. Mrs Virgil Shepherd who has been seriously ill at St. Josephus Hospital. Memphis is now slowly improving at her Home Here. Tire baby son has been named Virgil w Shepherd ii mrs. John f. Lenti accompanied or. And mrs. W. T Barnett to Detroit and Points of Canada for a weeks stay. Mrs. C. F. Tucker and daughter. Mrs. W a. A Mick Are in Memphis today. Or and mrs. Raymond Forrester of Shreveport. La., spent the weekend Here visiting friends while attending to business. Mrs Charles Penn and mrs. Rodney l. Banister Are in Memphis today. Or. And mrs. J. A Leech have As their guest or b. Flint of Orange Calif. Mrs. Laura Young of Hattiesburg. Miss., arrived saturday to visit her daughter mrs. F l. Husband. And or husband at the Blytheville Hospital mrs. Husband met her in Memphis. Or. And mrs. J. A. Leech and their guest or. H. Auge. Calif., spent Memphis. Mrs Wade Quinn and son. Jim Nie. Of Osceola were guests of mrs. Quinn a parents. Or and mrs. E. V Fisher yesterday. J Nick Thomas visited his son Nick and mrs Nick Thomas in Memphis monday night. Or and mrs. Harry Kirby and or and mrs. Elton w Kirby were in Memphis yesterday on business. Mrs. J. Nick Thomas has returned from Covington. Ter having accompanied mrs. Carrol Blake More Over for several Days stay prior to the wedding of miss Mary Arden Galloway and Jacob Tolley Towsend mrs. J. W Bader went to St. Louis yesterday to visit her sister George and Bill Klee formerly of Here and now of St. Louis will return Home tomorrow after several Days stay in the City. Mrs. W f Cooley. It of Joiner is the guest of Lier parents or. And mrs. M t Moon. Lynch. J. A Leech j Midi and Jesse Taylor Are Alto business in St. Louis Elizabeth Ann Perry Jeanette Dickinson 1.1veil Smith miss Juameta Scott weds Robert a it he i Caruthersville to. My Juanita Scott of this City and or. Robert Gaither of Marston were married Here Friday night. The single ring ceremony was Saki by tie Rev. D k faster Onslo of the first Baptist Church. The couple was attended by miss Mary june Corbett of this City my Sam Avery of Marston. Mrs. Gaither is the daughter of tile late or. And mrs. Elwood Scott. She has made this City Lier Home All of her Lite. The Groom is the son of John Gaither who lives near the City. For tile past few months he has been operating a filling station my cafe at Marston where the Young couple will make tilth Home. Alvin Boyd arrived Over the weekend from Memphis to visit with mrs. Maggie Rice and other relatives. Or. And mrs. Lloyd Rogers spent sunday in Blytheville visiting mrs Rogers parents or and mrs. Edgar Herrick. Mrs. H o. Thomas or. Of Auxvasse. To. Arrived tuesday morning to visit with or and mrs. H. G. Thomas or. Steele looter society a personal entertains at Bridge mrs. Jesse Cook entertained the Jolly nine Bridge club on monday evening at her Home on East ninth Street. Mrs Ernest Hazel and mrs. Stevens were guests of the club the club prize hosiery was presented to mrs. John Vanausdall. Mrs. Cleo Goodwin eng second High score Wai seated handkerchiefs. A Arnett pm Bing mrs. Rubye Brooks Rushing and j d. I peek Barnett were married in the Home of Luther Hayes Justice of the peace at Holland. Monday afternoon in the presence of a few intimate friends. They were at tender by or. And i Charles Michie of Steele. A wed uting party was held at the Crew Cut night club monday night in their Honor. The Bride is the daughter of mrs Lin nit Brooks of Cooter. She graduated from Cooter Lush school in 1931 Ami for a year has been employed in the Steele Telephone Exchange. Tile Groom is the son of Mary Barnett of Cooter he attended Cooter High school for three years has been id at the Crescent night Are also and employ club. Ila prs mrs. Popham entertains the Lucky nine Bridge club was entertained monday evening by mrs. Harold pop a in at be new Home on West eighteenth Greet the halloween Motif was carried out in the tallies table decorations in the menu. Miss Cynthia Robinson having High score was awarded an attractive waste Basket for the boudoir. Miss Bethel m Noure Cut for Consolation and was prosaic cd a Box of stationery in Tun and Brown with a bottle of Brown Ink. Low score for the evening a held by miss Elizabeth Fields who received a Novelty Ash tray mrs. S. P Lee or. Who since her marriage recently has Ben guest of Honor at a number of interesting parties was again honoured when two of her friends misses Alline Marshall and q bed Mcdaniel entertained with a miscellaneous Shower in the Home of Lier Mother. Mrs. A a Kelley. Before her marriage mrs. Lee was miss Madrone Kelley. Flint of or yesterday in b. A Brooks tending today. W r Leady Baptist Adams who has been Erit ill. Is now Able to be up or Aud mrs Jack Watts and daughter. Molly Ann of Shreveport la. Lire guests of mrs Watts in it Thor mrs. Mabel Watts and hts grandparents or. And mrs. W it Adams this week j. J. Moore who underwent a major operation at the Memphis Baptist Hospital thursday is now rapidly unmoving Frank Huffman who attends Mississippi College. Clinton i. Will be at Starkville. Miss., Friday saturday and sunday for the annual conference of Baptist Coll it Trident leaders of Mississippi. He is state president of the student Union mrs. Bernice Turner Carling of san Diego Calif who was Hen two weeks ago for a Brief stay with or and mrs. Samuel f non will return tomorrow to remain until saturday afternoon before leaving for Home. Mrs Clovis Crockett and daughter Alice of Wilson accompany of by mrs. Crockett smother or Alice Wilson of Dyess were h in yesterday Verne Youngblood of Newham old. Is the guest of or and i c. O Smith while he is in the mid South exhibiting his horses at various hours. Shows he came Down for the Mississippi county fair. Mrs. Bob Copeland who Lias been seriously ill since sunday is now much improved Jeff Roland is attending to i n Ness in Memphis today Thomas c. Cor lev of Little to k Agency supervisor of the panic1 Mutual life insurance company i attending to business Here for a few Days. Or and mrs Jesse h Webb and b Dickey Are attending to Burines in Memphis inlay. Or f d. Smith who was rushed to Mei rpm monday when Section developed after he had injured his right hand sunday w. Reported in an improved condition at the Memphis methodist to. On today. Hostess to p. E. 0. A a mrs. Lee Rood entertained the mrs j h Workman entertained with two tables of Bridge at her Home on Walnut Avenue tuesday afternoon. The High score award went to mrs. Mccullough Low Core to mrs. Masdon and guest i prize to mrs. A. B. Rhodes. For Sale a be Matt knitting yams free instruction regular lasses Friday 2 30 mrs Leslie Hooper or a cd Haley 1109 Chickasawba phone 792 fall class Orcas Friday 23c . London has been reporting i crease Iii motor car thefts for eral years. In 1932. I goo in 1933, 937 and in Only 726 a i to strayed Notek i have taken up Blue hrs mule id i umps Moo in it is Lur Mark on left should r to mane and Tail owner can cover by paying damages c be Lound 2nd House South Dyess Gin on Highway i s. Jones. By. I. Box 188, luxe la von Smith five months old son of or. And mrs. Herman Smith won first honors in the Biby group in the recent county fair contest for Mississippi county s Healthiest children. First honors for children Between the Ages of one and five went to Jeanette Dickinson 17-months-old daughter of or. And mrs. Eugene Dickinson. Third honors in the first group went to Elizabeth Ann Perry five months Cid daughter of or. And mrs. Aubrey l. Perry of Huffman. Other winners in the contests were Max to. Anderson ten months old son of or. And mrs. John Anderson. Who won second honors in the baby class and Billy Harold Spicer son of or. And mrs. Harold Spicer it Wilson who won second honors in the second group. Longworth tax paid Early lax Bill was paid by a Check sign of mrs. Dora Waldron 55, nurse in Alo Alto Cal. Ltd put a the cd by mrs. Alice Roosevelt Long maid of mrs. Longworth a 11-Yeav-Flrst 1936-37 Santa Clara county Worth. It was paid on the Home old daughter. Paulina. Free Quot hot water costs the average family $24 a year according to Purdue univ. Tests. There Are 27 needs for hot water every Day in the average Home. A prominent universities have proved that about 20% of your fuel during the heating season goes for hot water when you use a Furnace Coil evidence on request. Heat is necessary to raise the temperature of w Ater and heat takes fuel. The Furnace Coil costs Money for fuel penalizes you with inconvenience and uncertainty of hot water Supply requires repairs and is a constant menace to safety. The Furnace Coil was considered a satisfactory method of heating water when no better w a w As known. But today you can have a modern automatic hotpoint electric w Ater Heater which gives you an abundant Supply of hot water Day and night. And at present Low electric rates you will no doubt find it cheaper than less convenient and More hazardous methods. Come in today and see the Beautiful new hotpoint electric water Heaters now on display. 27 daily needs for hot water in the average american family washing Hamby i people a i times daily a total 16 times. Average 2 showers i shave s dish washings cooking v times children a Baths rinsing dainties Etc. 2 hese Are year round requirements aside from major Calls for hot water ast it pitied by was Day. I Gay 113 we Rel electric water Heaters the Vogue hotpoint new modern style Square Type water Heater gives hot water every hour of the Day or night without one minutes attention from you. U rate for water heating As Fud with the Public service commission a St a Yoni dealer or a the Arkansas Missouri Power co. Quot dependable Electron service Luxora society a personal dramatic tub elects. At the first meeting of the Lux Ora dramatic club presided Over by Earl Brantley the following officers were elected Earl Brantley president Herman Lynch business manager Evelyn Mcdaniel House manager Mike o Keefe stage manager Sam Meadows promoter Vernell Byrd reporter. A 4> 4-11 club reorganized. The Luxora High school 4-h club has been reorganized with 20 members. The following officers were elected Walter Wood president june Wise vice president Billie Long Secretary treasurer Marvin Spann reporter. The members have selected mrs. W. A Wood and Chester Danehower As Community leaders and miss Bob Williams As sponsor. Club meetings Are to be held every tuesday at 2 30 in room 2, High school department. Too late to classify wanted medium size used Safe. Call 278. 14c Kef ii i a Zoh everything for your entertainment and c a unfurl continuous shewing every Day weds. Thurs. Para n. Out news and March of time a admission matinee to amp 25c�?with in tax night�?15 a 35c�?with in tax a continuous showing tuesday. It. 20�? $200.00 Dank Muhl last night mrs. Inez Speight was called fir th1 $175.00�?hut she was r i p Csont either matinee a night making Bank Dipofi i next tuesday $200.00 a coming soon a wedding present with loan Bennett and Carv Grant. A a dimples with Shirley Tempia big broadcast of 1937�?� with All a Star cast Roxy to so 25c�?ic tax show every night matinees Friday saturday sunday Friday a sunday matinees�?2 15 saturday matinee a continuous showing a 1 00 till 11 00 p. M. Weds. Thurs. Pal nights 2 adults admitted for Price of All children hic Douglas Montgomery in a Harmony Lane with Evely to Venchie and Adrienne Ames i be strange love life of the m in who wrote a my old Kentucky Hemet Abo selected Short subjects Friday merchants Ash Day award Jack pot 181.90 my can attend the matinee Friday a Gister and have a Charny to win without timing present Friday night. Get vein Coupon tickets the following merchants from Gaines Marki i amp grocery Kirby Bros. Dreg store Shouse Henk y How. Co Bia Itie Vii i i baking co. I Way Cit rate drug store Pai it. M e ii s. Lemons pin Franklin store main Cut rate drug Stork f. I. Engler Auto parts tikes Blytheville Lai Nosy i Ean Krs Margaret a Beauty shop Russell k. Mark puke Oil service station a. Mccuiston ked a White grocery

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