The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 10, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 10, 1930
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. T I^AOE TWO couuiEujmvs items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and. News of Women Society Calendar \ Two-Color Hats Smart Now " S' literary Department of Woman's . plub tVthff club house with Mrs.. ,- ftbberi Bjaylock and Mrs. Edwm : Hoblnsbn »s hostess- I :v Woman's" missionary society of' .-First.'. Mcl-hcdist church cpraycr I s?rvK« at the 'church. • Tuesday Club party with Mrs. M. A. Isaics. WUrnan's missionary society ol First . Methodist church prayer I torvice at ilie church- j UeSdaines G. E.. Keck, Horace T. I (Culp and.O. W. McCutcben enter: tainlng . al bridge at the woman's Club. i ; - ' i. , Junior j : High .'school Parent- TeMhe'r ass: elation nt the school ' at 3:30 olclock. ... • Thursday The Thursday Luncheon . club with Mrs; W. M/ McKenzie. . Ihe" Young Matrons Bridge club . Vilh Mrs, Uoyle Hlgglnson. United Daughters of the Con- I 'fetoracy meeting al Mrs. John Webb's at '2.30. ! Friday Mrs, Lloyd V; Wise and Mrs. A. J. Haaga 'tpoairilig a c.uicnt bridge ,nnd rook party at Catholic social hall, 2., o'clock,, Miss -Neal," bucket i entertaining j &lg'h$ -Bridge club. ; . Woman's auxiliary of First Pres- byterliii cliurch^'Churcli lor dll day iiUssion study. . Obim-t Wctk of Prayer. •Mtmbers of the woman's mls- . sionv'y society of the First Meth- odlslichurch are observing the »n- riuapwetk of prayer .with services Momjay, Tuesday and Wednesday •'aRe^aoons, 2:30 o'clock, nt the church.' MJ8. J. D. Barksdale is leader lor Wday, Mrs. P. E. Coolcy U In charge Tuesday and Wednesday's p'rog&in will be conducted by Mrs. A. 3. Hudson. , Tttj offering will lie given Hie Cuba hospital fund. 1* * » • r. li A. Postponed. tbt meeiinfc of the Senior High Schppl Parent-Teacher association his $e"n postponed from tomorrow until? Tuesday, November 18, because of the Armistice holiday, '-. ." Mfe. Theodore Logan, president, Is asking home room teachers lo liavj; all mothers -of students al- tend'this meeting. , Bits of News Mostly Personal weekend guests ol Mr. and Mrs U- S. Stevens. Miss Cora Lee Coleman, who has toen ill several days, Is oble to IK out today. Kirs. Eiri Buckley and Mlso Ellz- Rbeth Blythe wore, visitors in Ca- I'uthersville, Mo., Saturday. Dr, and Mru L. 11. Mosre and \ children motored to Kennott; Mo., yesterday for the day. Virgil Greene and daughter, Miss MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1930 Elizabeth Wilson Girl Will Receive Crown at Jonesboro Game JONESBOUO, Nov. 10— A page- on; (o bo staged here Armistice nay between halves of the annual Arkansas State CcJlege-Mcnllccllo "" Elylhe, were guests of '• will take a [county turn, students partlcipa'tln'glri' the'event 'It:: Rev. and Mrr. W. J. LeRoy arc expected to return tgday from Helena where they attended the North Arkansas Methodist conference. The Firv. ^. LcRoy is. pastor of the Lake Street Methodist church. Mi-, nnd Mrs. Earl Koontz, of Siirthsfleld. Mo., arrived Friday for a "visit v,-iin Mrs. Koontz' mother, Mrs. E M. Bryan, an4 daughter, Miss Ellen. Mr. Kcontz returned yesterday ami Mra' Koontz Is remaining for several weeks stay. Mrs. c. W Afnick returned today from a month's stay In Chicago, Detroit, New York, Washington nnd points of Canada. Miss Mary Satt.jrftclii is returning to her home in Memphis today after upending a 'month in the C. W, Affllck home. She Is Mrs. AffUck's cousin. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klrby siwnt yesterday In Paragould. George Bowdcn was a visitor In Moinphls Sunday. Qe:rge M. Hunt and Hcnvy Hud- ton visited in Little Hock over the weekend. C, \v. Afflick is attending to bu.:ners In St. Louis. Mrs. Clarence Volnwr and Mrs. V. J. Wunderlich are In Memphis oday. -•• Mrs. Stephen H. Brooks and son Herman P^ck, visited friends Commerce, Mo., yesterday. ' in being residents of Mississippi ccunty. Mlsj Elizabeth niylhc, who ba- >n,, „,,„„,. , ,,, „.„ came 111 tain typhoid fever two I ot wll, " S M t?, E K ta McE!yca months ago, is able tl resume her I oUn b "tw^° ^' . b = crow '" u "" bct * " hal " £ C)(lin work as deputy circuit courl clerk. Settle Faucett and his brother vlslicd friends In Bertran, Mo-, Sunday. Mrs. Li. S. Wo;d:, of Jackson, Tenn., ].;H Saturday after several days stay with her niece, Mrs. L. II l\foore, and family. Mrs. Mc- Hnney and daughter, Miss Alice, mid Mrs. Clyde Willinan, ot Ken- nclt, Mo., came for her. Miss Nellc Johns, who attends Union University at Jackson, Tenn. ijient Sunday with her parents, Mr. Dili Mrs. N. Johns. 'the Rev. George Summey D. D., of Austin, T.;xas, left,today for Pittsburgh after spending the between halves by Captain Her Maid of Blanche Beall, also from Wilson and four Osceola girls are Included In her atlond- anfs as follows: Miss Elizabeth D-yle, MUn Mackle Smith. Miss Jane Weathersby, and Miss Carlton Tpmpkins. Other attendants 1 are Misses Martha Little and Resale Graham of Joncsboro. Miss Bertram Llneback of Brinkley, and Misij Virginia Mitchell of McCroVy. ' The game here Armistice Day will be the final home appearance of th.2 Indians end Mil be the first daylight game tf the season on Kays Field. It will open tin I ill/^LJUl gu diiv> oi/vuMitie Vllt; "rl*ii r-,1 r., t wcckov.1 with the Rev. and Mrs. I IJttlc , m « Tht « conference series. Marti] M. Callaway. Billy Lawshe left last night for Nashville, Tcnn., where lx> is a siiirtent ot Vanderbilt UnlvertHy alter spending the weekend with The two-color-, hat is smart-'for winter wear. A. bow and'bandeau of'soil almcril green aixl, a flare and crown of very delicate brown felt dlstlnguteh this Florence Walton hat, which Is worn by Mndamolselle Muratore, daughter of the famous opera singer. ;ier as sho was ananglng her furnishings, taking with them an Interesting assortment of gifts for the house. Benefit P»rty Manned, v i . Another benefit bridge and rook . partj has ^ Jceri Panned for Friday ...aftepioon, 2 o'clock, at the social hail^ot the Catholic churcn when Mrs;; A. J. Haaga. and Mrs. -Lloyd .V. fflse will be sppiiso5ir|i,.^;j <. i Reservations ma>' calling 258 or 721. be -'.made .by ' " " ' .'Tfi scho proceeds are to be used for Improvement. ; Dtncin- Jones. • A',*marriage license Saturday to Miss Virgle Jones anil Mr/Gladis E. Duncan, both of Bly- theviile. was 'issued ed. refreshments were serv- Yarbro-Kellcy. Miss Lucllc KellfeJ and Mr. rttch- ard Yarbro, both ol Portngevillc, Mo., were married here Saturday by Justice Ed Walter. * • » nnllock-Jackson. Miss Bernlce Jackson and Mr. James Bullock, both ol Steele, Mo., were Issued a marriage license here Saturday. *' * * Flngr Billion , , x .. Sale .a Success. ; '. ' 'I lie Miin of $CO '\vns eivcn by Blylheville people Saturday lor the child \\Tlfare of Hie American Legion Auxiliary through the sale of flag buttons .according to Mrs. Ernest HOD. chairman. This Is more thnn has ever been raised for this project. Of tills | amount one-third goes to the state <; ' * ' i for the work while two-thirds re- Sttkrs-Adams, ' - mains here lor the aiding ol needy Miss Anna Elizabeth Adams and j children of World Wer veterans. Pictures Adorned Flasks Carried 150 Years Ago BOONVILLE, Ind. (UP)—Dandles of 150 years ago kept abreasl of the times by having pictures ol the heroes of the day emblnzonec on theli flasks, said Henry O'Laughlin, Jr., collector of antiques "llic bottle of the young blade; then was as important in a gentleman's make-up as his clothes,' O'Laughlln said. O'Laughlin has a light greei colored glass bottle bearing tin picture of George Washington. Th. ilcture shows Washington in th inilorm of n general. James B. stiles, both ol here, obtained a marriage license Saturday.' Myikk-Wooas. A-'marrlage license was issued to Mrsf.Ella May Woods and Mr.. Earl Myrlck, toth of Tomato, Saturday. To "Have ralriolic- Program. . Mothers of students In Miss Mary Outlaw's room of the Central Ward elementary school are Invited to, attend a patriotic program Tnes-1 "\° dayimorning, D o'clo'ck, In which a ' number of children will participate. Mrs. Roe was assisted in Hie sale by a committee of auxiliary members. ra'enls, Mr. and Mrs, B. S. Cclle &- wlu 1 pvon last year by the Magnolia A. and M. College Mulcridera. An added feature will be the fact that Larry Bettencourt, a former All- American football at St. Mary's Simmons- Mr. and Mis. W. G. Logan, of ctmnecl Sunday from a wc,?k'u thy In Rlpley, Tenn, H. E. Bransforci, of Union City, 'enn., has arrived here to be connected with the Cross Food shop. Having lived herd for a number of •cars when in the grocery business he is Wi^ll known. He Is mak- ng his home with Mr. and Mrs. Term an Crcis. Mrs. J. H. Hancock spent Sun- luy In Paragould with her son, Alvis Hancock, and family. Miss Willie A. Lawson motored to Jonesboro for a brief stay. •Bill Dolan, who has been employed at. tlM compress this'fall, has eturn^ to his home In Jonesboro. Mrs. J. T. Stevens, of Drew, Mis-, has arrived to spend six weeks with her 'son, C. S. Stevens, and family. She formerly lived at Dell. Mr. aiul Mrs. w. M. McKenzie, Mr. anr( Mrs. W. Leon Smith 'motored to Memphis Sunday. Mis;i>s Mary McHnney and Mildred Moone s|Kint the weekend in Kcnnctt, Mo., with relatives. .Mrs. S. A. Ramsey and daughter. Miss'Grace, of Drew, Miss, were . Caviith.nsville, visited at the Bly- tiieville hospital yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. L, D- Chamblin and two sons, W. W. Whitten were in Memphis Sunday. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Whitten nnd sen. David, who had been ther.; several days-. Mr. a:ici Mr*. E. M. Terry had as their (juos'3 Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. J. I, Blnford, of Brownsville, Tenn. They were accompanied by Miss Faniiie Mae Binford who will tiKM'.cl £cv,nal weeks here. Mr. anrt Mrs. Harry Atkins have as their yucst Mrs. Atkins' sister, Miss Bessie Lee Huggins, ol Rector. BV \VM. K. McKENNEY Secretary American liridgc League The holding of certain cards sometime:, forces us to open a don- blelon. The doublcton lead in today's hand is the only one that has a chance of defeating the declarer's contract, but It takes-accurate card reading on tlic part of the partner to defeat the hand, and likewise on (he part of the declarer lo make his contract if opponents slip. t-6-v-a i-r-3 z t-S->i-H . 9 •Ol-o—3 naivaa—Hinos V-9-i •Ol-f-fl ir Z ' E ' 5 ^ z •E-B-V-H t-i-6-S 1S1M S-3-Y-S strength. He hates -to surrender his. ace cf hearts so early in the ganic. Leading away from'. U K king of diamonds with the biddln 1 ' as it was might lead Into the ace" rween, so finally the doubletoii club It selected by Wist for an opening and Ihc jack is let!. Dummy plays the deuce. ; Before playing to this trick, East shculd endeavor to read his part- i:.;r's hand. Holding the ten of clubs, he knows partner has not led j from the Jack, ten. nine cr the aco, 1 jack, ten, therefore the club lead i is alther a singleton or a dcubhton. If it IE a doubletoii why has partner opened it in preference to his long suit? He might be holding the ace of hearts and the king of .diamonds four times not wanting • to open either one, and therefore I the doubleton was selected. " racl The game will itavt prcmptly at 2:30 in ittft afternoon. The uni- lorme'd band of the college directed by Guy- French of Harrisburg vlll play a prominent part in tlw iroceedlngs. v Rev. Eli Myers Named Osceola Methodist Pastor Memphis Pastor Holds Services at Osceola OSCEOLA, AliK., Nov. !0--Rev. J. Hurry Taylor of Mcmpta, a former pastor of the First Christian Church of Osceo'a, occupied the pulpit of that church at both morning and evening services here yesterday. The Bidding At auction South, the declarer, would buy the contract for one spade, while at contrac t South c-iwis Ihe bidding with one spade, North goej to two spades, showing normal support in trump, at least one and one-half tricks, and requests partner to keep the bidding open. This gives partner a chance to show another suit or to get into three no trump before the contract gets too high. South, takes the declaration to time spades, showing a five card spade suit and just about a minimum original bid. North carries the declaration tu four spades, which, closes the contracting. The PJijr West's hand is rather difficult to open against a suit declaration- Trumps are a bad lead; as it would be leading into the declarer's If East carelessly plays tlw sis spot, the declarer, aliij will rest the same way and allow West ti hold I the trick with his jack. There is nothing that West can now do to defeat the ' declarer's contract as , two losing hearts can be s'.uffetl on | the long clubs in dummy and the -declarer need lose only ctvj club, lone, heart and ori: diamond. 1 The real play for East li make is to cover his. partner's jad: with .i the queen. This will forc'e ihe declarer's ac.3 and East will still have clubs stopped with the ten tp-.l. If ithe declarer allows the queen to i hold, the queen of hearts will b? 'led by East, which will Ltop game. i If the declarer wins the tricks with ; the ace of clubs, he later will to forced lo lose one club and three hearts, which will defeat hi-, contract. -, CSCEOLA, ARK., Nov. 10—The Rev. Eli Myers of Forrest City Ail:., \vill be pastor a! the Osceola Mclhotlist Church the coming con- fcicnce year, succeeding llev. J T. Willcoxon, who has held this cliarsre for the past four years according to announcement made• at the ar.-nual meeting of Con-' ferc-iice in Helen* last night. liev. Willcoxon will assume the R>rrctt City pastorale vacated by i lie transfer of Kev. Myers to tills 1 charge. I T'.iys 050 Xofcs a Minute SANFORD. ME.. Nov. 8 (UP) — This tow'n boasts of a musical prodigy in Alfred Couturier, 14- year-o!t! pianist. His fingers en. able him minute. to play 950 notes a Children's Colds ^* .A Checked without "dosing." Rub on VISfif Checked without __ "dosing." Rub on ^C'~~ \^\ RJ? MILLION JARS USED YEAR1Y I I Read Courier News wan 1 , acis. Ambulant Proctology Treatment of Rectsil Diseases The ambulant method of treating rectal diseases Is n mik! non-surgical method, which neither confines t!:e patient to his or her bed nor requires them to be abseiH from their dni'v duties. We have used this method for seme time and have" r;con!iv completed a post graduate course in the Norwood Clinic at Mineral Wells, Texas. If you have rectal trouble, i:e hemorrhoids (piles), firiures, etc., an examination will reveal your exact condition and we will gladly recommend the picmcv treatment. Varicose Veins nnd Ulcers Varicose or enlarged veins are now being treated by a ;ir.:plc, harmless and specific method, no cutting operation . . . Oc patient is not confined to bed nor does it- interfere with his or her work. Consultation Free and You Incur No Obligation 514 Main St. Drs. Nies and Nies Phone 08 S H miner or Winter To fCfin Public Sptitinj Course. All business women of Blythc- viUey whether or not they are members-of the Business and Professional Women's club, are invited to tak4ithe public speaking course to be taught once n month by Miss Umii U. Wilhclm, high school instructor. The first class is tonight nt. the club' room of the group at the GofT Hotel, beginning at 7:30 o'clock. >* » * - -- • Traitham-Nccks, Justice John U. Needham, of Manila^ performe d the • cc remony~Sa t-.: •-urday when Miss Florence" Necks ] »nd'}Mr. Floyd Trantham, both of Former Cooler Girl Carolina School Leader COOTER, )Uo.—liea'.rice Cotner, age H, formerly ot Cooler, but now of Ralcieh. N. C., is editor-in- chief of the Latlipac, annual ol dham Brough'.on high school of Katclgh, and Is prominent in the senior class. She Is active In the dramatic and pep clubs and has been elected the cutsst girl In the senior class. The city paper, Raleigh TimcJ;- recently published an account, ac-. companled by licr picture, ol her' literary achievements. Miss Coiner attended Cooler grade sclicc-l eight years ago while her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cctncr, were residents of Cojter. She Is the grand-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McCliire of Cooler. Her lather, J. B. Cotn:r, is n professor in the State University ol ;-North Carolina. r % to 50% More Mileage were married. Stomach Campaign : Planned by Soviet MOSCOW. (UP)—The Moscow authorities will atlcmp: to reach -. the population's revolutionary ton- Sri«»-Malone. i science through tbrir s'.omarts The marriage of Miss Ollie Ma- It is officially nnnqmiccd that as lone^. end Mr. Ora Sides, both of i part of the celebrations ol the 13lh Camthersvlllc, occurred in Bly- anniversary ot the revolution No- theville Saturday. The Rev. A. J. I vcmber 7-8, stores will sell canrty, Hill.,5aid the ^ceremony. [preserves and other delicacies for •• * ' * 1 children over and above their nor- McDermoK-Bakcr. i ma i ration?, while extra meat The Hev. Alfred S. Harwell per-1 rations will be granted to adults fonned the ceremony yesterday j - ... „ wheri Miss Christine Baker and : Viiiiii iv \\"il\i Mr.?puy McDermott, both of here, i i( JUllj; » JH . m'ere; united in marriage. I AtWnd Party At Dyersburg. TMrty. guests from here went to DycrEburg, Tenn., Saturday evening lor i» skating and dancing party give* at Atkins auditorium. .'.R£L^ .Waters arranged the party i thing without whlcji was greatly enjoyed with the : Connor. Afraid To Enl, Lives On Soup "Afraid of stomach ga.', I lircd on £o;ip for 5 months, l.ien 1 tried •Adlcrika and now I cat mrst any. '^' nny gas."—Mrs. A. varftty entertainment supp'iei>i.....-d Adlcrika relieves stomach gas in n -,,*H»ii^ir,,. ™t™<h m *, t = wilrf; * . * Glrai Shower. TjiN minutes! upper and bcwcl. rcmovin; . . - {old po'iEcr.uus \\ar;c vou never • XHs. Earl Buckley, who recently j knew war, there. Don't" iooi wiih SO CO DEWAXED. . . PARAFFINE BASE, ..POURS AT ZERO MOTOR OIL A vest-pocket tt'ill hold it. this Free book helps make. Long Distance like a local call . . . Blythe.- |ing and gu rid oi all gas! City) Ei(htccn of her friends surprised Drug Store. —Adv F-I3 'Jlic new Socony Molnr Oil is a longer lasting motor oil nil year 'romul. ll is ivfitin] and supcr-refinctl from selected Piirafliue liasc Crudos for lamina . . . DEWAXED, fillcrcd ami SUPER-REFINED i,, make il the ideal lubricanl for subzero weatlicr or blistering summer tcmperaUivcs. The motor isn't made tliat can break iJie new Socony Motor Oil. Have your craiikcase drained and refilled today willi tl.'s belter inoloroil, MAGNOLIA PETROLEUM COMPANY .50.36 . SOCO.NY . . . Pronounced SO-CO-NY MAGNfi|UA.;STATIONS AND DEALERS THRO.UGHOUT THE SOUTHWEST C~T_f)o\v WOULD YOU like to pick up yo'jr tclc- t/L plionc ami, almost as quickly as on .1 loci! call, pet in touch with friends, relatives, husincss associates, a hundred... two hundred... miles away? Would you like to know you cnnld do this, not only in emergencies, but on Ordinary ;*nd business calls?. . . Von c.iii d"o it, in practically every c.isc.* It'scisy. All you have to do is give the number of the out-of-town telephone you arc calling. Knowing the number saves the opcr.Ttor the lime of looking it up in the directory, and cn.iblcs her in most cases to ring the telephone almost as ijuickly as if it were in your own town. 1 S c:,l cfi:fj 10 if:l-in !t':f ,!HI,:J.;; (Ml l j -i fcne't tj!lii:f. ii (ar;i:rftrti lit t!:: cjUtdt:l{£t;>:t u-lih It fa.'Js tit live. On iht it'.rtrr iliir.uxtl — nf>I9)X niilti — tic [•rjftriig'l if tux £>c~'t(r. To m.ikc it easy for you to use tn ' s s l 1C4 -'dy method, we will supply y° u > if you wish, with an "out-of- town number book," listing the names and addresses of your out-of- town friends, relatives, business associates, an.l telling yon how much it will cost to ulk for three minutes to each. THIS BOOKLET IS FREE To obtain one, simply write on the coupon the names and addresses of three or more persons in other cities whose telephone numbers you would like to keep handy. Then mail or bring the list to the oflicc of the telephone company. We will obt.iin tlic numbers for you, enter them with the other information in your own long distance telephone directory, an.l mail it to you promptly. lNUSS OFFICE, SOUTHWESTERN BULL TEl.EPIlONi; CO. CITY I would like 10 have the IctrpJinnc rmrr' followi:i£ tvji-of-town [xoplc. Also, j'l U ivoulj toM to [jit: to llicr.l l\v-"long distill Your Nini: Street Telephone N'o (It 'tilt t;it>;;I itlav') krs of II m i he -luc Kamc Street City .................................................. Stitc Street .... City Stt«t City

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