The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 8, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 8, 1930
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Society Calendar Twseliy i ..; '• vThe . Senior high school Parent- Teaclur association is meeting at ths.hlgh'schcol auditorium at 3:30 oc'ol:k_ TheTue$d»y"chtb Is" meeting with Mrs W I/eon Smith The Junior High ." Par cnt-Teiich- tr *a:=oclat!on will' nave a meeting for parents .of .oil students in the school b*glnhSnj..!it 7:30:^clpcl:, : ' A Real Campus Queen .. .' The Literary department- of. the Woman's club -Is i-ineetlng" .at tha - club at 2:30 o'clock', . : ''•' \ Mrs. W.;rj, Ch^lin.'jr.?; Is having, the T%Eaiy : .,UmchEon club/ ]• - - '•' •' '•• . ..-.., v .. . Tlje^ pclpmpn 'ch'ap.ter :ls/ having the 'ts'cqiid meetrhjj of tlie monlh' at the HoJerNbtte/'J'' 1 ^. ; . Tije. Uhtfed A Daughlers of the Ccnf«ierac'y,ls mjejlag at the hbrrtt of lirs.'M. Pltaslmmons.._ • ',' Mrs! to.the,, ,.. The" MId-w{efe> club . Is nisetlng' rith Mrs, A.'.Co'nway. '• ' The .iTcWjISh, Ladies. Aid society'^ meeting" ^fljh ;Mrs,'>' Walter - Rosen.': thai and 1 -'Mrs. .'Anna Welnberg at 7:30 o'clock. "" •' M/s.-'C^jT.:Morris Is .having the Night,' .Bjlilge./bjulj, i , ..._. 'Thi; Dorcas Sunday school"class of-'t3eVrtrit',".'6ajltUt church--- is meeting'atCtfie horns :ot M:E'. Frank Siniinons-for.. ; a vChrlstmas party with;- MrsV3.''M.' Gillesple'.and - Mrs. R.;i-', : Haley-also as hostesses!' Thu FiStUs" Suhiiay. school class of • Die. iWretv EfepllaCv church it inect!irjv'6t-- : -Hhe' : 'chur'enl. : •- liaU-fll\man'.'.:'Y* '.'. ' Miss.Lois Pittman--and -Mr. Raj' Hallj,-bpih-pf:ihl5 city, were.uulted In marriage. Saturday-nfght 'at Ma- rion,-'Ark.V by the-Rev .'.El K.'Swell. -The. bride was attractively, dressed In;a brdwii;crep:-gutfU with tari accessories, -and carried 'ail nn(i bouquet"ofnycllow chrysanthemums Trie .wedding-march-,was played bi Mrs,'O. -Jjf, -Holmes,-of-Little:Rocfc Mr.~-A: F.\W.atiui6 of: Nashville Tenn.-,-.a-'life-long -friend of the bride';-: gave" her in marriage. Mr. p W,-;Hplmesv : served as.'bcst'man/- i After a bri6f ; honeymooh in'-Mcm- phIs' the "coiiplo'• returije'cj --here today -'w^ere they are!to rnake'^hcir home.''The ••^rlde;Vth"_e ^daughter' of Mr./flhfcK-Mrs'-^T" R"- pitttS'ori nr'rrtn ^ni&MjsVij:- Hi; Pitnfan, of' Itla S;r*lfss;t;Uj.mpJo'$d..fcy ths Ar- sis-iiissolirT 'PawiSf-' 1 - ce'inca kansas- Missouri' AviSf- 1 - company . - . . kansas Grocer -here. He Is the son-e< Mr. »nd MM. Ros3-M Hail .of ' Parma, Mo. "_•"•- •" •••--Both have resWiit'ti ''iHylhcVllls Bits o Mostly Personal ,; fe y; . :'3',W.''< Dollars Gone .to Waist 'qsr- ' It. there's a prettier girl'at Meredith College, In North Carolina, than 19-year-old Mnii' 1 Ashwortli Barber of Wnynes'vllle, N, O.,-her' fellow students don't know They've voted her the most bsiutlful Eliidcnt .on the campus., 'she Is a brown-eyed brunette—and'says ' • she doesn't: smckc, keep late dates nor tittuiU dniiccs', .' Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Peji and son; Rpbert, Mr. and JQ doii : jp.erguson, of Jone'sljiwg.war, guests of Mrs. James 1 H.>" ; %c6}:i and Mrs. John R. McbaTVleV" jr. Sunday. : . : •*.' ' • Miss Mnmlc Blythe, ot* '•. Rock, spsnt the we<;k-end -i .parents, Mr. . and"';Mrs>. Greene. . .*'•" -Mr. and;Mrs.T. : il.'. ...,..„._ as'their guests tht5vweek"--Mr;. ; an : d Mrs. B. w. Hnynes, of Bratwih- biirrfi, Ky. Tney arrived Suridayijj Miss MarRuerlte Matthews. Eperjt Hit weekend In Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs. ,11m Ernir'd; o! New York city, are guests of Mr. Evrard's parents, Mr, and Mrs. c. J. Evrard, nnd ether relatives, for] two weeks. . ' ' ! Ja'K? Ungar and Jo? Folsenthal' spent the weekend in Memphis: Marcus Evrard returned yeUer-' day frcm Paragould where Jie spent; a part of two days. Among- those from here who at-i tender! tfie football ;jamc In Mem-: phis yesterday were: Sarn Grimes.: C. M. Baxter, Horace Wal|X>le, Toin i Little, Dr. H. S. Davis, Floyd White. J. Graham Sudbury and Jack Rob-1 Snson. •;• ! • W. B. Tanner has EOUC to Taliu- j lull. La, for n week':: business 'rin.i Mr. and.'Mr;'. Byron Morse rnot; orcd to Memphis yesterday. They! were' accompanied Irme by thelri fen. Byroii Rhodes, who spent the; weekend with his aunt, Mrs. HE!: Peel, ! ^Mr. nnd Mrs. Braxton Drasg,'of|r; 0l ;ar Do:s, 'in ivere visitors In n white rock under . _.._ __ .Mr. nnd Mrs. W W. McOaugueyj " U <1 draped felt hat. But~th$ polka'dotted Jacket adds that jaunty nre returning to their home In Tjikcj tit of color new things demand. .Tlie jacket ties shut, at the 'neck ship card''shall<be eligible to. use tlie club house one day during the year.' She shall •furnish her o*:i 'fuel and leave the club' house in order, -also -be responsible': for''all 1 flinilslilnsj while she lla!/-th'e key. 2,' Organizations-using club" house for benefit or social^ meetlrijfa. shall • ib.v So for use of house ahd-Sl'ex' L tra { ,fp: "--"-• ---'--•---•-•'• prefer ;ra'.fpr 'japltpr service' uiilesjs they j«eJer 'to. clean the-house lthem/.. r „, _.„ .... .^ta-'-'.-A 'A ) .fes..of _ $10..-shall bejwiilte enUres.! the -room It v;i c--Wtsa^iu*.,dances.'"4 1 -. r nie dlfrer-~| j\cx«ied .with .light showing a-tab for sevcrnl yea'fs known-here. cnLAVomen'4 .and ..Girl5'_..orgajil?.v tions of the city; the U. D. C.,-the Amerlcnii" Legion "auxiliary, 'the are will I Business and Professional Women's •W.hlle-'ih Memphis'the bride and grpoin were guests'o.t a dinner party, given, in'their'-honor at the Peabody hotel by Mr. and Mrs. Uolmes. Children of .Confederacy Have a Christmas Program. r A Christmas program"'\vas' given at the meeting of. the Children- of the Confederacy" •Saturday"':n'fter- noori at the home of Mtis Thelma Worthington. Miss Cnrolyri Hal! was leader.' She gave a paper on "The Three Wise Men"; "Christmas in Other Lands" was the hostess' subject, and Miss Charline Robinson s'kc-iched Nathan Bedford Forrest's last speech. A .questionnaire -'by the ieader concluded the- program. •A number of magazines, brought by-members :fpr,i*shut-ihs, were taken to the Blythevillc hospital. Plans' were also formulated for giving a Christmas basket to needy family. In the social ho'nr,' .when Miss | club and Girl Scouts nre offered the use of the house fcr their regular meetings. 5, Parties usinj the house must be responsible for its care while they have the key. Selected for Beauty Contest Miss Vivian Dlllahu'nty, dausMer Of-'Mr£.. George \V. : DUJahunlyj has been 'Eclectert- as ,one--of tlie'.glrls at ;-lhi iiiiivertlty • df.^Mlssmri for Ihe nnniiril:' beauty contest:,- There .wre 33 entered from the sororities nnd. other student organizations. Miss Dlllaliunly, who graduated from the city high school this year, v.rn the beauty contest here In the nnual "Who's Who" of the high school and won the same title when attendng Gulf Park college, Gulf- por, Mis;:. ! C outer News Notes • Coder Ep-.voith Lsngue. recently tendered -a suelnl lii honor of Mrs. Gjyn While, .who was before her recent- marriage Miss Fays McClure, (it the Methodist parsonage. On., u table. In the center of. the robm were large clusters oi electric roses.nnd when Mr,, and "" -•--•• Vi . C3 .ble with -many-beautiful gifts ior-Mrs.- White.-At n late hour dellcloiis H- ficshmcnts consisting of homemade candy, oranges nnd lemonade were served. Among those present were: Rev. and Mrs. Pritchard, Mr. and Mvs. T. N. Briggans, Mr. and Mrs. John Corbin, Mr. nr.ct Mrs. Glyn White, Mesdames J. M. McClure, Walter Reddlck, Delia. Jones, Carl Reid, Misses.Velmi-.vJn'ne Travis, Roberta •White, ,-EUa VDryant, - Nellie Slm- nipiis,. Kniitic'.'nnd Clorine Terry, .Mrfry : ;pea .Wilson, Messrs. Clifford .Taylor, *Russeii -Thompson, Herman 'and, Mr. Taylor ..... . . Miss Willie. A." UUVECII. who', hasj been ill several days, Is up today. ''• Miss Sadie Clark Cornell, or. RulevlUe, Miss., Is the £>>« of ^rr. ' nnd Mrs. 0- H. Hall. ' " [ E. B'. Noble, of', Jomslioro', is at- 1 tending t". business here. ' . ; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ellis spsnt' hipl-length. Cornell,' Forrest White, were: Mr. Curtwright-Smitli. A marriage license was Issued Saturday to Miss Pearl Smith nnd Mr. Clarence Curtwright. both of Manila. ... Out ot Mrs. Robert Steele jr., and Miss Imogene Manning, of Sleele. Mr. nnd Mrs.. A. R. Beckhnm were shopping lii Steele Thursday morning. Rev. Siepheson, pastor of the lo- . .. ather, of Steele, who k! criticaUyi Secretary, American Bridge League ll at the Baptist hospital. He wlllj • The following . .interesting hand 'ndcrso 'an operation tomorrow. ; i came, urrin a dunllcatd malnh -Thi . Sunday In Memphis v.'ll^ Mr. E11W." "By ,\VM.-E.':;HcKENNEY. ta! he ill ii'ndcrso 'an operation ". Arthur Patten spent tlie \yi;ckena in Memphis. ''•'-' .Mr; and 1 'Mrs. W. P. -Vcaxcy :',\f nn:l s6n sjent -tha .weekend ,-,-ln " Mrs. O. D. Wills of Paragon!:^ home service agent of .the . Avkanv sas-Missouri Po;ver company, h in. the city on business. . ' • 3 H. \V. Helm, W. J. Peck-..nnd J. H. Van Ausdnlc, of Caruthersvillei were Blytheville visitors yesterday; Miss ' Marion .. Newt Curr. cf StcHe, was the Bue:t of Miss Alleen Field for the. weekend; ; • . . , t O. D. Moull-rie and dau'jUter." Miss Grace, of .Mcnashn, spent yes-j. terday iri the. city . i.., C. B. Driver,.of OsQCOlii. visile',!, here Sunday. , "•, • D,-. J. A. Anderson of Jones-, boro, presiding, elder ol the Jones-, boro district of .the Methcciist; church, spent ycstorrta.y in tlie city' anil occupied the pulpit of the First Mcthcdist church Sunday morning. Mrs. Herbert G. Smlth-Vnnlz has ame. up-in a duplicate• match. - Mcrth'.aud South:players who played' the..hand • at spades, received niinus,score .on,the.-.,board, the . fact.that .they.could', not. go game, , and honors- were- • held against' them.. The "same was true ot the Ei-l and West players If -they attempted to. play .the hand at hearts. Most. of' them went down and honors were . against them in addition..The lables fclay- Ing the hand at no trump North and South ma'de' - : game.- Top score 'Went to the, players who found squeeze.- '.' i-'.':J -'• v i '"' 'VJEST S-J-10 H—A-8-7- 6-3-2 D—K-6 C-rS-5-3 ing the ten in the West hand; The nine of .-spades was returned,- declarer dropping the deuce'of'clubs East-winning. Kith the ace. Eas erite.d -with the seven of ; spades ,d,urniny winning /with the ..eight HVifimy dropping a' : small club.- The four of-spades was returne from dummy, declarer.'dropping the nine of-clubs and East .is'squeezed. If East: discards' a club,, both the clubs in'dummy are'good, while if a diamond ~is discarded all of the declarer's diamonds .sire good. By applying .the squeeze, the declarer succeeded in', making five ,nb 'rump.' ' .-.'•' - . «pt comedy "abounding " in' ""humorous ituBt|ow»nd snappy action, was resented by the Sophomore Glass t the Owcola High School audl- orium Friday evening, and attend- d by a good crowd- Nancy King, the heroine, was laysd by Mary Crouch, and other members of the cast included Imo- ene. Rodgers, Irma Sumners; Mar- uerlte Pope,.. Mary Margaret Mc- Jvain, Margaret Young Joe Brown,; Arble ' Peek, Arline Peek nd Dick Huxtible! Mrs H. L, Driver entertained members of the two tables' bridge lub to which she belpnga at her lotae north of Osceoia with ' a bridge luncheon Friday, including ah; extra table of guests in special complUnent to.her daughter, Mrs. W. K..Johnson of Little Rock, who thifr week. ' : A .delightful afternoon at con- racfc.bridge following the delicious tiree course luncheon 'and high core prize was awarded Mrs. W. W.. Frewitt,. Mrs. Johnson was presented a charming! favor. quests, besides the club members ireftnt and the hpnoree, Included tfesdameii Chas. Lowrane, Chas. Coleman, Milton Pope, E. S. Driver, and Stanley Carpenter. The marriage of Mfss Hazel Rye of Phoenix, Arizona, an'd Mr. Eddie Jones .of Littlij Rock was solemri- Hd'here Wednesday afternoon, the Sav, Eli Myers, pastor 'of the First Methodist Church, officiating. The ceremony was said to the presence of: only a, few Intimate frienda oi le couple. ft* several months Mrs- Jones has been manager o£ the Western Unica Telegraph Office at Osceoia, corhifag .here from Morrilton, ArU., and Mr. Jones Is district manager of the Western Union company w!th"iieadquarters at Little Rock, where they will inake their home. * + » Mrs. Alma, McKinney, and Will Wise, both of Oiiceola, wore married at,the.home of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bowen',' the' Rev. Eli Myers, pastor ot the First Methodist Church, officiating. Only me'mtKrs of the hoiisrtwld were present. Mrs. the daughter of Mr. y and*:'"Mrs. A. D. Sammason o: Mound;', 111., and has made ' her :home~in Osceoia for the pasf-yeaf where she is In charge of the Borum Beauty Shop. Mr. Wise o Luxora. He has been engaged In the automobile repair business in Osceoia for same time. They wil 'make • their home temporarily in route to Chicago. Mrs. John's-,will be remembered as Miss ' Frances Smith formerly cf Cc-ceola and Blylheville,. wnose marriage was solemnized In Memphiu recently. After a short stay In Chicago Mr, and Mrs. Johns will g-, t? Fairmont, North Dakota, where- they will make their ihome. Mr. and' Mrs. Frank Shippen have as then- guests for several days, Mrs. Shlppcn's brother, Dr. A. O. Elllston, and Mr. John Berry, both of New CaUle, Ky. Baptist Laymen and Pastors in Conference Here cal Baptist church, was a visitor in j returned to her home in Canton, VYorthington and her mother, Mrs. „„, -,„ Ray.Worthingtqn, Served'a del'U >„ Steele Thursday. Thieves stole a For;! car belonging, to Bob Thomas Severn! days ago. Hqv. E. G. StephcsDii held services at -the Mosley school house, ! Sunday morning. cious salad course, Miss • Virginia Terry played several piano selections. Circle (o Slitt. The Night circle of- tne Woman's auxiliary in the First-Presbyterian church will meet,this evening. 7:30 octock, at the home of .Mrs Louis • Greene v-hen \flrs. Edgar Borum will also be hostess ..*''•-• - '• ' Woman's Clob Mikc<-, . Plans, Adopts Roles 'The executive-board members .of tne Woman's club were lunchoou guests of MUs Cora Lee Cclema'n president, Saturday -for a three course luncheon served at the club hous2 to the ten present Following the luncheon Miss Flossie B. Canada and, Mr. Emmett A. Hill, both of here, ob- | to Blytheville reccniiy Hod S<i made a business trip i panted him. Miss., after several days stay with her mint. Mrs. J. Louis/Cherry, and, Mrs. Jack Garrignn. Elton W. Kirby, who recently" underwent an operation at th^, Memphis Baptist . hospital, was brought home yesterday. Mrs. Kir-, by, wlio lias been with him, accom- tninod a marriage license Saturday. | A large attendance wtluesscd the j'" Wilson. • | Clarence Vollmer spent, yesterday Duiicnn.-Colliii5. : Wardcll-Cooter ' bflskej'oall genies, I Mrs. J. R. kirby a'.rf Mrs. Jo; . played here Thursday evening. '' Kirby, .of Paragould, visited hers A marriage license was Issued i Q. C. Wagster, malinger of the Sunday afternoon. Saturday to Miss Eunice Collins ! Cooler theater, attended, to busi- and Mr. Lee Duncan, both of this i ness m Blythevllle Thursday. city. ^ » \Vd>;ler-Hanis. I Mrs. in Mr..;and Mrs. L. D. Cha'mbiiri and two sons,.Jack and Don, _ . tored-tS Memphis Sunday for I-ord wjs shopping brler s t ny wlt h relatives. • . .if.". a> ''.. . . I Sheldon Hall lei Miss Edna. Hodge states that s'.-.e I . . Miss Era Mae Harris and Mr. j is going to spend a -visit of sjvcral! wec t ' mmetl Webster, botli cf Holland, j days with her cousin. Emma Gar-; >. i!s5 left yesterday fcr III.,-where he will spsncl a Emmetl Mo., obtained here Saturday. » • t Pians Completed For "Go to Schoal" Parly. Mrs. U. S. Brar.«' !ss Nollie Kerr. wlio is i a imrriagc license nor. of the Steele neighborhood, in j cbrcndon, Ark., bscause of the ' lh " *""" """" ; death of her, father, wll not return K—K-O-T* • *.<-,> ..D-Q : 8 ; 4-2 ; $ ^ C '' Q ' 7 ' 2 •' - 6-J • H-l-5 D—MO- 7-3 SOUTH-DEALER " C-rl "iS—K-Q-3-34.;-" ',!H—3-4 -. ' '• IJD-A-9-5 •$ \ ' | o( her committee, incliiding home party the of this month with ParenVfreacher asfociation' , , ::il after', the Christmas holidays? the near future.. Mr. and Mrs. Civile Rcbimcn and family spci\l. Thursday nn.1 jt,^ Maty-'^oulsc Taylor Is Friday with J-Ir. Robinson's par- ; j muting -'for : her as ti meml::'r"of ents, Mr. , nnd Mrs. Hobinson at; the hjglx r s -phpb\-.faculty. - '- . I A. T. doJgVas and:scn, PrU'Q, .of Coltouwood Point. Scii.ith, , , , ytstfrclay .Sl'th« . Dlylheviil? hospital with Mrs. Doujlas, who Is'a patient there. cided as: men Membership _ ... .. signed by the registrar, Mrs. Sue H/. Mason, which siil cnltjlc r--H niember to the free use of tlie club ono'day. and to rent it at any other time.'--.-' • ' 'The : linen chest will' be given away December .22 aftsr memr.ers Tut !; 0 4i ricljiil ifnls i BERLIN- iUl'i—Ai;nih;r -measure Tom Halford and Clyde Robin- son'motored to Steele recently. Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Smith, c! • Slcclc, recently visited Mrs. Smith 5! parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hol- DYXAMITE NORTON. Va. (UP)-Wi.-.e c-.un- ly bootleggers arc'cinuj-. Erv:ril v-ccks ago' prohibition ofliir.'s ;!ii- ccv^rcd thnt a system oi Vin?lns l j church bells was i|=ed 13 uavn ot ihrlr tipin-cach. Now thry sc; c-fi •dynamite. Shcrill B. L. Si:cor,i r,:n", .several deputies captured an onht-:! . Kallon still, I'.fiOO gallon; o; h::r.| A:H! 50 gallons of whisky ir, ri- 0 ] Bianrh Hollow, but did not Und : The Mississippi County slng;i:s H'r.c operntors, who hsd bfen •.••?.f:i.'( convention, to'have been held ;'.i!<:i away ,by several explos:o;u of-| the Shady Grove school, has b:cn dynamite. i postponed because of the concUti:n • : • -j cl the roads', J- D. Rurnliain an- ,. _ , _ ., .. ^. I The Bidding The auction bidding would be South or.e spade, West two hearts, North two no trump, all pass. At contract. South would carry North's two no trump to three no trump. The Play - Following is the piny lit the table where tl>e squeeze play was foiind. East opened the 'jack of hearts, the top of his partner's suit, West played the seven ami declarer won with the king and returned the.uL'iice of spades winning'in the dummy with the king. West'false- carded, dropping the jack. A smal diamond was returned from dummy which West was forced to win with the king. West returned the nee and a small heart, declarer Winning the second heart with the queen,-East discarded the eight ot :dubs nnd dummy the four ot clubs. (Declarer led the. five of .spndes, 'East playing thc> six. The false- carding of the jack by West had Jf-.e Declarer worried; but he final-&•; Went up nvlth the queen, catch- DUCKS TURNED LOOSE ELIZABETH tilTY, N. C. (UP) — Appro'xlmntefy: 3,500 mallard ducks, raised on the farm of Joseph - E. Kna'pp, New York financier/on Mackey's Island, in Currituck Sound have been'' released this fall- into the marshes and sounds of the North Carolina coast. Knapp is the moving spirit in the proposed '$10,' CCO.OOO- "More Idarrie' America Foundation." Birds Luxora- Mrs. Chas Coleman and Missl Eva Montague spent Saturday in Mem phis. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bradford had as .their guests over the week end, Mrs? Bradford's sister, Miss .Minnie, Bell Shaw, and Miss Cnth erine Co^of Keiser. Miss Josephine Montague Memphis spent lh« week-end wit her sitter, Miss Eva Montague and her father, J. E. Montague, of Os- ceoia.. Mr. and Mrs A. W: Johns spent a few hours in Osceoia with Mrs. John's aunt, Mrs. L. D. Ma.ssey, and Maiiey en The' Appian way, the most famous of all-'ancient! Roman roads, vis about 350 miles, long. Its chief ermlnals were. Rome and Brnndisi in southern'Italy. drug stores.- FREE PROCTOLOCY CLINIC All rectal diseases i:e Hemorrhoids (Piles), Anal fissures, Ulcers, etc., examined and treated without charge. This treatment Is non-surgical and does not confine one to their bed. clinic hours each Wednesday from 1:00 to 3:00 r. t£. Varicose Vein cases will also be accepted and treated. DRS. NIES & NIES 514 Main Phone 98 f.clopted: 1,- Each-member-cf thejiulos" in stcrt-^ club,having paiU BQBTiSrtrici'cuJ'j'.hc pit's-prtvid' ; d ti- coi' '• rout-year and having her member-j tended for cxpou abroad ' * of Singing Convenlion nounced today. Hospital Notes nr J : ' ; li iav . J S ;i In ficiih',! ffr . .1. C, I«fll=. rity. ul _l:e!d by [ mlttel to the Blylhuvlilo "'''.s in-: and Fdgar Cain,'S'.cclc, missed. (.'an Foci Fritnfl? Now LJiULIN CUP). — Tourists, v o;i'.d-bo ones, who \ v a:ii u> t c Iciks at. homo, thick tl-.r.y ! ^cno all EuroiX: can pet all ;i:r (icr.ce of n prolonged tour ;,i >;.-.:•-'. VadiHies src rrpe-icfi !o '.-p . :-i"i'iiiiii: up..-ln Iiiivoi»- i,,r i--. '•''•, dis- ; i--.-,pii:y of hotel luggage !.->.h-,-v | r ,r >!-,'.! the leading hoteis c: Dj.op:. : You can judge a card pfayer by the cards he uses. Experts prefer the lasting snap, flexibility,' high finish, .perfect dip and easy pick-up of SICYCLE PIAY1NGCARDS IMTll/t U/ARMTH cuxl otni cJtvuA Any comfort-loving person will cherish this thoughtful gift—iWest- inghousc Cozy Glow. It beats up in jiist > few seconds—jpreads its friendly beam of radiant warmth just where. it is needed.' Finished in rich- bronze. Prices from'S5.95 to 110.00. ' Westinghouse CHILD COUGHS ^* Stepped qnickly W ... • and SAFELY „" Jac wlthpne swallow of we THOXINE Kiruy-Bell -Drug Co., ai)U Kirby Drug Co., 'and all other gocd • Arkansas-Missouri Power Co. "At Your Service" Fifty ministers and laymoii ol nine Baptist churches in this county attended the monthly incetlns,. •-.;/ of the Workers' conference of th: Mississippi County Baptist Association at the First church hero today. .j • Reports.of activities in tho past month, plans for future incctingi; to be held every other month because of the Rev. P. B. 'tangley, mlssionafy,-dividing his tmv; wih the Mount Zion association in th= future, and'.'accepting quotas for state''work consumed the-all day session.; : •' - : The 'Rev..E.- H."Manwarren, of Wilson, and. the Rev. 0". E. Welch, of bsceola,' made addresses with the Rev. P. B'. -. klnsplvlng, of Lusora, and the . Rev. Ralph K«rley, of I Boynton, leading the nornins and ' :;: ifl afternoon-'divbtlonals. . Churches represented are: Ely- heville's two churches, Wilson, Armorel, Bo'ynton, Burdette, Luxora and Manila! I'iL Improve Your Game with Milton C. Work! Auction and Contract Bridge Tuesday WMC 3:30 P. M., C. S. T. PLAYERS South (Dealer) — Miss Rrjamur.d Vahcy, Boston. Mass. West — R. R. Richards, DrJroit, Michigan. North — William J. Wall, Ottawa.' Canado. East — Mrs. William C. R ya .i, S.TO Antonio. Tcios. » J re 0 10S65 0 Q3 » 65^ * A<3J N * ', 084 C. AKJ1066 W + E ^ ;' , *AQ7 S ? ?" tAKQ, 3J * J '°" C K8 4 2 0 9 + K3 As South, .with how many Srxldcs ^uld you open the bidding at Auction? At Contract? Win be'- ramts Declarer? How many ohtrics •-(.n Declarer rnakcinDumn^Piav' this hand now your way, thin hear the experts by Radio. tt ; t |, t^, ' m bidding and play by Milton C. Work! What's Your Bridge Handicap? Milton C. Work-will , t ,|

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