The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 18, 1930 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 18, 1930
Page 10
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VAGE EIGHT KLVTHEV1LLK. (AKK.) COURIER N'KU'S Mayor Plays Golf-for; Charity : Mayor Victor J. Miller of St. Louis, didn't lose his amateur slnnd- ' ing as a golfer when he won this miniature golf tour.niu<!»iu fit a •downtown St. Louis street corner, even though lie did bent two pro. fessiomvls. The game was .played to aid the city's community fund campaign, and the mayor—shown here putting—won with n low score of 21. BY WM. E. MrKF.NNEY .lead wculd be won by West's king fcretnry Amrrlc-an ISridsc I.MRUO |nnd llw :i]>ack' suit would bo block- The play to the llrst trick very ed. The proper play 12 [or tl>c de clnrcj- to overtake Ihe eight of spades with the ace, then play his winning ace and governs the success or the 'failure of a hand- Keen piny is required by (he declarer to so game in the following.hand if he nmkcta mistake on tlie first trick. Goad play on thi part of the ciiiwr.ent \vill detent Ills c:-nlrnct. WEST 6-K-106 . 3 H-K-7-4 D— 8-7-64 «ORTH S-Q-J-9-9 H-8-5 C-X-J. 10-7-3 EAST S-7-5 H-l-10- 9.G.3 D-K-J- 10 SOUTH-DEALeft .C-»-9-» S-A-4-2 H— A-Q-2 D-A-0-3-2 C-d-4-2 The Ridding At. auction, the bidding would Iw South one no trump, West paw. Due to the 30 honors in clubs. rpine players with Nerfli's holding will take out. with tw-. clubs but South will go back to two no trump. At contract, When "Conquering Lion" Led Procession ' •" KIRi Pioneer English .Settlers Once Worshiped in Old Aqnia Church „,, , , ! returned and the wiiole place was old tqula church, In which Eng- renovated. Ish settlers worshipped in the early However, during the Civil War 8th century, still stands upon an the building was temporarily oc- mlnence Just off ihe Washington: cupicd by federal troops and was ilcnmond highway. Stafford coinu 'defaced. Again it was restored by y, Virginia, unchanged since co- the descendants of the same fami- onial days. •Built In tlie form of a cross, the wo-slory structure is a remarkable nd unique example of early church architecture In America, and is lov- Here, clul In his coronation robes, carrying globe and scepler ,and wearing his crown of priceless jewels, you see Rns Tafarl, Halle Salassle I, Lord King of K ings of Ethiopia. Coni|iicrlng Lion of the Tribe of Judali, tlie Elect of God and the Light of the World, Power of Trinity anil Kinjieror of Abyssinia. Tens of thousands of native warriors and chieftains, garbed in barbaric brilliance, thundered savage cries ol ncclntm as their bearded monarch, who claims descent from King Solomon nnd the Queen of Sheba, lee the coronation procession In Addis Ababa. In this NBA Service-Couiier News picture, which was flowi by-special plane to London and thus is the first, to reach the united Slates, are shown the king, center; his youngest son, and next the richly costumed clitff eunuch of the royal court. Note in the backgrouni tlie guard of modernly armed nnd uniformed native soldiers. three ronnd.T of clubs. the third rcuml with the mill-nine the Jack of hearts. De clarer would finesse, West, would win nnd return n heart. Declarer would win the third round of hearts with tlie nee. Now the small :|p:u!o Is led by declarer. If We?l v.-lns with the king, tlrj dc- cliu-er has n, sure entry In dummy. If West refuses to win. (lie spade is wen In the dummy with (he queen, tro two gocrt clubs led, and the rtln- ni'iirt finesse taken, which gives the declarer Ilireo. no trump Cow Thieves Receive Prompt Retribution Tlie bund of Justice fell with un-1 usual promptness' upon two men] who hst Friday stole a cow from R. Ij. Nelson, tenant on the W. W. Pepper farm at Huffman, i Finding his L tov gono Friday South would open morning, Nelson took up the trnii I the contracting with two no trump, which Nort|i .would carry to throe The Pl.ijr The three s|»t, lif fourth best £)>ade. Is opened by; West, dummy p.'nys the eight, East the five. If the declarer were to play the deuce and allow the dummy to' hold the trick with the eight, his opponents, by correct play, could easily stop game. • If the eight holds the Irlck, the clubs would be stnrtsd from dummy, EaJt would lay off until the third round when he wculd win with the ace. He would return the Jeck. of hearts which the declarer West would return a heart which the declnrer would be forced to win on the third round with the ace. If he then led the ace of spndcs and a small spade, he would be unable to get into the dummy to make the two grod clubs. A sn-.r.ll spade over the soft ground nnd followed ihe trntks of two men nnd the cow to Tiipley, Tenn. Arriving there he met a negro who said, "yes sail, the sheriff has two mfci anil n cow in jail." A truck brought men and cow back to Arkansas, and Monday morning before a justice of the peace the men pleaded guilty nnd in fifteen minutes were on the road to prison. TUESDAY,_N T OVE5IBEK 18, 1930 lies who had buiR it. The old-fashioned square IKWS are still preserved; there arc three entrances, front and sides. It's . . three-tiered pulpit is one of tiie d nnd cared for by lire whole : few in existence. On toy of t!i» •ountrystde. dmrch Is an observatory with an The church was built In 1151, de- ' - ilroyed by fire In 1754 and rebuilt n 1757. The first rector was 1 John ifoncure, who served until his leath In 17C4. His descendants still 'orm a part of the congregation. Liter, hard times came, the iliurcb, was neglected and seemed doomed to decay. But prosperity HOME THEATRE Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 3 Days—3! RSKETf MiLRSELF extensive view. U is approached by a steep road. The church is surrounded by a j graveyard, where resi the names j of former worshipers, names fa- i mous In the annals of the nation RITZ THEATER Tuesday and Wednesday If you're In for dainty luxury gifts this Clirh'iinns. (inn't overlook '.he quaint black lace mitts that nre so pretty for pauy hours. They do n:t laks much mater!?.!. And they arc comparatively simple to mato. Tlie only way to make sure they will luive » perfect lit is to rip open on old glove and cut (hem by it. Leave just a little more edge nil around, bernure you want enough to finish til? se:nns propr-dy.Cnt all the fingers off before they quiU? ! reach the tip j To sew them, lap c.icli seam over ' the next, turning the lop seam' up. A double row. of hand-stitch- j iiiK, back stitches, to be exact. ! h'lds the seams faLt. Tlie real back stitch in -two stitches forward ami one bnckward, nil around nil the scums. You can ,;dgD tlie finger ends and the top with the finest ot black luce. Or you can finish them with rolled hemr.. But the Isce makes the nicest finisli. Any lace can be ured to make mitts, hut silk lace is best. Wanted I) y I h o American Public — John Mack , Brown in iur THE KID with Wallace JJcery :mrl Karl Dane Barbaric splendor and lavish pageantry such as the modern 'w'or'ld iwvcr before 1ms seen marked the ceremonies attendant upon the crowning of Has Tafnrl Makonrien,' 39-year-old prince who for 14 years has been regent of Abyssinia, as Emperor llnile Selassie I. Vartais feasts and colorful religious rites were prepared for the thousands of subjects and delegations of foreign governments who Journeyed to Addis Ababa, capital city of Abyssinia. In this NEA Service-Courier News photo, which was rushed by airplane to London : ad Is the first to reach the United States, you see;Has Tafari, indicated-by' arrow, at the unveiling ceremony of a statue to the late King Menelik II. Grouped about the royal dais are native • - . princes and foreign guests of honor. Matmei' — 2 o'clock 10 and 30c. nnd Review -Matinee and Niglit— 10 and 25c. ~ Coming—Friday and Saturday—Buffalo Bill in "BAR L KANCII". : Night— 6:45 and 15 and '10c. 8:30 B"?~^ f -t—r-" ^^'^ I J^^f Coming—Sunday and Monday —Betty Compsnn and .hick Oakie .in "STREET GIKL". , Will Test Intelligence of Students at Dell NATION'S OLDEST NEWS* .WINSTED, Conn., (UP)—Friend Botsford, 83, claims to be the nation's only jbctogenartati newsboy. Eucli Saturday he delivers 70 i cop- ies of a weekly paper, walking about 14 miles to accomplish llw task. ' -. • ' . i Students of the eighth and ninth grades of the toll school arc to be given Intelligence tests this 'week. it is also planned to give the tests to ther clnsrcs of the LChool laret. Head Ciinrler News Want Am "Tender Crust" BREAD Being Featured by Mrs. Dougan in Her Science Lectures This Week Domestic Treat Yourself to a Test of the Tasle Try this .bread,for .the first'time .and a real thrill awaits you in its golden, crispy crust, in the fine velvety texture of its body; in its wonder taste. BREAD CAKKS IMKS ROLLS , at your grocers CROSS FOOD SHOP -.'iV Baked Foods with the.Home Matle Flavor Invest With | SAFETY ! I The Time to Save Is Now I The best and most safe way is to open a -avings account with a Building & Loan Association. Notwithstanding tlie business depression prevailing throughout the country the Blytheville Building & Loan Association is a growing institution and is me-; ling the demands of its members and .shareholders, only making loans ( 0 members on good real estate security for the purpose of building new or remodeling the old home. Every dollar of your funds is placed in a safe, sound investment and each loan made to a member is protected by a sufficient amount of fire and tornado insurance, which adds strength to the security. We have a series open for subscription now. If yon want to save a part of your earnings yon should investigate our plan. A monthly savings of §5.00, ?10.00 or ?26.00 continued over a period of months, will insure your boy or girl a college education or will stay the hand of adversity in your future life. ytheville Building Loan Association At The Cooking School Noo) ^rigidaire gives you the HYDRAT PV&SG rjKgsse _ ;•?;' SIRS. MYRA DOUGAN who Iccinres at the Courier News Cooking School at tlie City Hall Auditorium this week. Yon are Invited. W. P. This exclusive feature is found only on (ho Pennine Friguiaive . . . another reason why Mrs. Dougan uses this machine in h;r demon-- Rtralions. Tlic "Hydralor" is a product of General Mot .us Research and offers the advantages of "\wl cnld" and "dry cold" in the same cabinet. This distinctive Frigidairo feature conlrilnitcs immeasurably to complete enjoyment of automatic refrigeration in the home. See the Hydrator at the Cooking-School this ' week. See how it restores crisp froslnu-ss In vegetables. Friffidaire and General Motors Radio Phone 641 North Second St.

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