The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1930 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 19, 1930
Page 8
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•ACR "EIGHT Bl.VTJfJilVU.UC. <AKJO Big Bill's Prosperity Tickets 5/ee/e Socle ly— Personal FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, Mrs. a. v. Sheet? cntcriiilnccl ulili the UrlilL'c club nt 'nor lioint; jTlmiEday They played sw.?ial gain] cs with Mrs. A. B. Rhodes winning Die prize, n card table cover and r.ncl: of cards. The hostess served delldous r e| frcshments consisting ot sandwich: es. snlnd, pickles, dale pudding und ] coffee. Those present were Mcsdames Austin Ellis, H. E. Doorner, A. B. Mnjur William Hale Thompson of Chicago, usually culled "Blj mil." is shown here with a roH of the "prosperity tickets" by which '.\c hopes to restore prosperity to Chicago. These tickets will be given away by Chicago merchants to people bnyliiB 25 cents worth, or more, of merchandise, and holdup nniy (jet prizes ranging from {50 up tc $100,000. The mayor Is pictured above as he started giving nwny the first roll. BRIDGE By \YM. E. McKENNEV Secretary, American Bridge League- In an endeavor to establish reentry, many very Interesting plays arise. 1 A clever example of this tyt>e is given in the following hand: WORTH J-54 H-S-4-t D-X-Q-1-T-5 C-J-G-5 WEST S-A-7-3 H—A-l-6 D—10-9-4 S-K-9-7• 4 SOUTH—DEALER S—K-Q-8-6 H-K.Q-7-3 D-A EAST S-l-10- S-2 H-10-98 D—8-63-2 C—8-3 The Bidding The hand was played nl auction and South', the dealer, bid one no trump, There are • many plnyars today who use the one no trump Jors. The dealer In today's hand has a choice of four bids, but as nil four suits arc stopped, his op-mlit; bid, as above, stated, was one no trump. West passed, North bid two diamonds. Holding n strong five- card minor suit without a re-entry. It generally pays to show it. although, if ttie diamonds suit were any weaker, It would be a betljr low wins the trick with the queen of" clubs and returns the ace of diamonds. His next lead Is the douce of clubs. If. West goes uo with the king, the declarer will x able to get Into the dummy by eading the Icn of chibs and overtaking In the dummy with the Jack, thereby establishing a re-entry to make his four good diamond tricks. If declarer had won the first trick with the ten of clubs, West could have prevented him frctn ever get- ling Into the dummy to make his good- diamonds. In this .case, West refused to win the deuce of clubs and Hie dummy won the trick with the jack of clubs In dummy. Declarer then played four rounds of diamonds from dummy discarding two small spades and two small hearts from his own hand. He was then nss;ir- ed of making four no trump as all West could win was the king oi clubs and his two iices. Pocahontas Robbery Suspect Shot by Officers JpNESBORO, Ark.—One robbery suspect, Edward Demlson, 24, was shot In the left shoulder nnd captured along with three companions pass. East pissed, and South bid two'no trump which closed the mic- tton as all passed. . The contract bidding would bs South two no trump, West pass, North three ho trump, all pass. The Play West opened the four of clubs, ! dummy played the five, East the 1 ; Less Activity in Cotton eight. .By the rule of eleven, thR J declarer now knows that West, holds the king of clubs. Pour from | after a highway race with officers early Thursday morning near Po- cnhontas. The shooting occurred in the wake of a robbery attempt, nt the Haynes filling slatlon in Pocahon- tns. .Hnn'oy. J. W. Robbltis, and J. R. McCullough. Mis. Henry Workman entertained (he Uildgc club again Wednesday afternoon. Mrs, H. E. Doerner wc.n high score. Delicious refreshments were served at the close of of the afternoon. Ivfrs. Fred II. Kellcy, who underwent an operation at (he Methodist Hospital in Memphis a few Wdiks ago, is much better. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bailey liave ns their uuost for the holidays, Mrs. Floyde Bailey and daughter, Millie Ann, of Detroit, Michigan. Mrs. Johnnie Phillips and Miss Uefct? Stewart Iwd as their uucst Friday afternoon, Mrs. \V. D. Gravolle and daughter, UMma, Mro. li. B. Nolen, and Mrs. B. H. Mason of Blythevllle Jerry and Miss. Josephine Holly, who have been visiting In Musko Bee, Oklahoma have returned to their home In Cooler Jesse P. Curry has left for Ijouls- lana where he. will spend the holidays with his daughter Mrs. Marsh Sullivan. Rev. G, n. Ellis,, who underwent nn operation Monday morning at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis. Is better. Miss Rclha Crest, attended a sK o'clock dinner Thursday given by the Ark-Mo Power company at the Hotel Noble at Blythevllle. Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. DeLlsVa and daughter Betty, spent Sunday with relatives in PcTtagevllle. D. I. Clark transacted business in Helena and Elaine, Ark. last week end. Mr. and Mrs.. Payctte Couples Iransftctcd business in Memphis, Thursday. Misses Ix)la nnd Myrtle Burn^tte had as their Sunday guest, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sugg of Blythevllle. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bailey had as their Sunday guest, Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Bailey of Blytheville Mr. nnd Mrs. John McClunj nnd Mrs. Olga. Johnson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, O. C. Parnell of Marked Tree, Ark. Mrs. Chlae Whltner and Mlsa Mary Newt Carr spent Friday In Memphis. ! Tom Whltfield transacted business In Blythaville. Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brooks were sh'uping in Blythevllle"' Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. 8. L. Robinson returned Monday from Savannah, Term., where they ha.d been visiting for a few days. Mr. J. C. Powers, of the Smith Brothers Bsrhcr Shop, fell oii Hie £ll|)|)cry fldcwn'k M'ndsy nnd fractured his h!p. He wns rus|ied ic I'ne Tlaplist'/h cpllal in Memphis, whcr.' iis Is rented Improving. A. II. T!cckti{iin nnd Abncr Ashcraft liarractcu business !n Ulylhe- vltlo Wednesday. Caruthersville Shooting Victim Taken to Memphis Joe Buchanan, of Carullien>v!l[c, • Mo., who was shot through '.he j sack and hand in a shoaling scrape i nt that city ten days ago, was re- I moved from the niythevlllc hosiii'.al 11 Memphis SI. Joseph's hospital al where he will be. under the care of n bone specialist. Efforts nre being made to prevent his being permanently paralysed from the gunshot wound in his back. His general condition is fair. R*ad Courier News Wnnt Ads. TUNE IN TONIGHT &A5-C.SJ. Spinning Is Reported , WASHINGTON, Dec. 10. (UP)— 11 leaves seven clubs higher than j The department of commerce an- the four spot in the North, South | nounced today that 33,715,464 cot- and East hands. Declarer has ton spindles were in place on No- three, dummy has three, and East : veinber 30, 1930. of which 25.858.015 played the eight spot, so the only j were operated at some lima during remaining club that East can have • the month against 26,153,182 In Ocis the three of- clubs. [ tobcr and '29,739.920 In November Declarer, with this information, I 1929. FRIENDLY FIVE FOOTNOTES N.B.C. CHAIN THROUGH WMC GRAND LEADER HOME THEATRE Sunday and Monday It's and in the air—Horc- Every where! M -There 'Swing High' Starr, Cohklin and Nick 3 en Chester )tuart. Comedy and Ne\vs. itineq — .2 and 4 :p'clock. Admission—10 and 25c." Vight—2 Shows—10 and 2nc. lominjf —Tuesday, Wetlnca- ay & Thursday—Jack Okie n "SABFRQH SYRACUSE" RITZ THEATER Saturday Only •ROADHOU5E NIGHTS• • '.P Gbramcuni Qicturr. ' •• ; with Helen ilorgan Charles GREAT FEEDS for MILK COWS T HE RE'S nothing like Qunkcr Sugared Schuniaclicrnsaiiall-nroiind, nll-jnirposc cnrbohydratc feed. Con- tnins molasses iri dry form. Cows relish il. Combines i<IeallywithQuakrr(20?;) Dairy Ration, or other concentrates. Quake? Sugared Schumacher The complete carbohydrate feed; economic;:!; easy to use; for ;dl cows, ;md for young slock, dry stock, bulls, horses, sheep and swine. Quaker [W%] Dairy Ration A scientific blend of protein concentrates in most efficient, nnd economical form. Combines ideally with Quaker Sugared Schumacher, Let us give you complete information about these two feeds for maintaining maximum production at minimum feed cost. ' Browne & Billings Co., Inc. Blytheville, Ark. The Singing, Riot. Thrilling Fun Sunday and Monday ? or the Freedom of (he Squeeze! 'olri -trie, navy aad see the girls! The craze of the Hour dons a unl- orm. to fight oft ; the femmee— 10 slays 'cm with screams! •'.While You're Huggin' Your Sides — He's HuRgin' the Honies! Comedy and P'ablea Adm.—Matinee—10 and 30c. Adm— Night—10 and 35c. Last Time Today 'Just Imagine' Love and Laughter in 1980 Star Cast including— El Brcncle! Maureen O'Sullivan Marjorie White Comedy and Xews. Matinee—10 and 30c. Night—10 and 35c. . Stars Including Turpin,',: Sally "AMERICA'S JOY-FRIEND" t)AKIE HOME THEATRE Friday and Saturday Lupe Velez with William Boyd The Storm' The Dramatic Thriller of the year! Velcz—Greatest Role to dale! Cartoon No. 1. & Spell of Circus with Lllllin Roih Harry Green Eugene Tailctl Also Comedy and Xews. Matinee—2 and 4 O'clock Admission—Matinee Only — Sunday—Special School Pric*: —10-25c.- Adults—40c. Night—15 and 40c—2 Complete Shows. Matinee and Ni?ht — 30 and 25c. Coming—Tuesday & Wednesday—"WAR .NURSK" with "!e'> Monljrromy. Coming—Thursday & Friday —Chas. (Buddy) Rogers in "ALONG CAME YOUTH". I gfr^fff 'i*ttir%»-ttf*ri Bargains For Saturday Onlu Country Ctob wgRiiHygji;^^ Large Select, Guaranteed Fresh nri £0v Ver y Fine r Laf g e VLLLW I RlparhoH Stalk Bleached Stalk Fancy new 1^1« jersey Ib. "2^ cr 3 large or 6 Small Bananas Fa " cyFGold " en Fruit HiSE2£3ifflE53?2I25aEnZ?SES2aB Nice Size, 12 ^^^ pouiids peck **^ Good Quality Dez, 15c Peck Fancy Emperors Puff a A Maxwell House, UUIICC i 3 Pomid Limit, Ib/ Scot Tissue' 1 3 For- Large Crisp Head", Each !c ADD] CQ Fancy York or Hrr-LLiJ large Size each Rome Beauty h Large Size Choice Assortment of Christmas Candies ib. Targe Enjlhii Walnuts .. LI). 29c Brazil Sills Ui. 22c Large Pajwr Shrll Pecans 1,1). 47c Mixed N'ula Lb. Z5c Clujlcr Raisins Mi. lOc 3 for PEACHES No, 2^ Courier MEAL Dixie Cream 24-lb. sack lTEJHUIrminTifr •TT"7T J ' f rr-i yr " i "7* fr "';..: PURE L MINCE MEAT Ib. 19c CTtfiUQ Round Sirloin vlLKilJ orToBe k Sausage Ib. 121c Mixed Sausage lb D 7k .1

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