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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 22, 1930
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE. (AUK.) COUJUER NEWS "" MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, Osceola Society—Personal two courses following an afternoon 01 auction bridge. High score prize was awarded Mrs. Guy Bryant; Mrs. J. H. Love- jM-cll van second high score and | Mrs. H. J. Hale cue consolation. ;Out of town guests were Mrs, J. H. Society Calendar ; ..'!. : .Tuesday.- The beginners, primary, junior anrj Intermediate q<ii-ar(ments o' \ the. First Christian church Sunday \ Sch'ool will have,a Christmas parly! at the ii&ll at 2:30 o'clock. Bits of News Mostly Personal i evening here for the clianakuli program at the Temple Israel. Miss Jane Buck, who ut lends St. Mary's tit Mcrnphls, is; nt home la spend the holidays with her par- :ents. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck. Mr. and Mrs. Farnsworth Black. jCraln of Wilson a:i<l Mrs. Miss Buford Uunnavant of Osce- ! Hunt of Luxora. jolu, and Mr. Edwurd Miller Murray Noble Miss Ernestine Holland win go Christmas Stories Told at Siory Hour Christinas glories were told the children "who' attended (h? (ree story hour nt the ' BlyUievllle library Saturday .\\l\tn Miss' Delia Purlte was in charge. ' A ft-n'* V~«n JE«n II. n will spend ChrKtmas with 1 uarenls, and remaining for month's vacatim. Mr. and Mrs. C. son, C. W. Jr., torcd ' Incon. W. A. Black continued his , trip to his home in Oklahoma city jjs'ler upending the [all season with W Bei'i and! R«iwm!'' l5 °». ^worth Black, and arrive Wednesday to visit Mrs .j faml| i'- talc's parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. M( ss Martha Matthews, of Ar. . ; reading the story of the j Hail, her brother, A. a. Hall and; morel, spent the week-end in Mem- Yu.M!de from the Bible she told | family, f.nd two sisters, Mrs. H, G. 1 phis. She was accompanied home Wirkliam. and Miss Bess Hall. |by her ilster, Miss Ruth Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Ganske will. u student at Mississippi State col- havc as tte Ir guest Christinas Mr.-lcgc for Women of Columbus, who and Mrs. John R. Tansll, Mr. awl will spend the holidays \slt!i her Mrs. Hubert Fly nnd son, Jchn parents at^Armorcl. " "' "--*-'- Anna Loulso LIverscdgc, of Pass Christian, Miss., U leaving "The Story t't iTiccola'" and Henry Van Dyke's "The Other Wise Man." These story hours are to be conducted each Saturday for children cstj_>cinlly between the ages of six an'd ten years. • • • Faucctt-Utirbcr. J^fiss Beryl Harber, of Birmingham, Ala., and Mr. Seuthlc PMicelt. of)this city, were married at Ma- rloh Saturday. They 'are now at hohie • here with . the bridegroom's pafents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Faucet.!, ; ,.i Tinisll, of Memphis. Miss Mary Frances Stacey will leave Wednesday for St. I/ 1 ills where she will visit relatives for a w.'d:. Mr. and Mrs. George Christopher will go to Prcscoll. Ark.. Wedncs-1 dny where they will visit for tha' remainder of the w«?k. Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel F. Norrls thls for her home after The bride, who formerly lived in | spent yesterday at I'ace, Miss., with their brother, R. Morris king nnd family. r ........ ., „ . . E. A. nice will B:. to West Plains,' Chicago •'Mill an'd Lumber corpora- ] Mo., Wedrvjseiay to visit his family tioti.'has resided in Blytheville for| for several days. BlythevUle,. had been. In the Alabama city for some' tiijie. Mr. Fau- \fc •' $>Q •($"> connected r i with •' the a number of years. • Robrrtson-Jaeksan. Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Ozment are announcing the' marriage of their sister, Miss 'Reba Lillian 'Jackson, to;'Mr. W.. U Robertson, the wed- dlog having been solemnised Saturday' night- at .the home of the Rcj^'W. 'J? IicRoy, pastor of ithe La£<). Street Methodist church, He said.' the ring ceremony. TH bride 'was attractive in r. Qeorge Bowden will spend Christmas in HeVna with relatives. B. H. Levy will go to Memphis tomorrow to visit his daughter, Mrs. Milton H, Al!onberg, and family, f' r several day;,. Mr. ami Mrs. F. E. Henley. Mrs. Louise Etracke nnd (laughter, Anita, will eo to Bt. Louis Wednesday for a brief stny with Mrs. Henley's mother. Mrs. J. B. Hyland, who formerly lived here. Mlts Halite Wllroxson returned shade. Mary Agn Her 'ninici of honor,-" Miss cuts. • ' . • gnes Alley;' wore' a green' Mr. and Mrs. sport suit of black antl white crepe j today from Parngruld where she — f - '"- accissprles in-the sameispcnl the weekend wills her par- a ^ _ Clarence Holder nnd caoton crcjH frock,'self trimmed."' | Mrs. Fred Sandcfur have returned iits. ..Robertson, who hits made ] f''mn_ Hot Springs where they vis- he^ home Wit'l V-' '--' ttt'for a num!\* ' '. edfithe city higi . •pie brldegrofr , twb s 'years ago fiom Nuvasota. Tex., Is Jttianager o! the local Western Union.' ^ "•-'-.' ', '• '; . • "• They, are now at home at 305 rfifwaii av*rm0 -- - •' J several day's visit with Mr. ajxel Mrs. Dcwey Ford. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Ford have as their guests today, Thomas Chambers ot Dyorsburg, Tenn., who Is n student at Annapolis, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. Booker Peoples, of Dycrsburg, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirby will spend Chrlfittnaa In Paragould wit): relatives. E. Z. Newsom, Jr., A. U. Gwyr and Bob Gwyn will fly to Dawson Sprlngi, Ky., tomorrow for a day's visit with Lawrence Gwyn, who Is confined In the government hospital at the resort. Over the , Bridge Table Bj 'Keen. lot Pnducah, Ky., were nntntol on November 10, at BlyihevilU', ' John Kelser, who Is taking a post graduate course at the University Rev. Marsh M. calluway, pastor cflof Arkansas, returned Friday night .the First Presbyterian church oijto his home here to spend Chrlst- j Blylheville, performing the cere- i mas holidays with his mother Mrs • mony. Announcement of the mar-, Susie Reiser, page was made a lew days ago. | George Doyle and daughter, Ella gins wo* before her marriage, Miss Ailwn Smith, of O&ceola. Emett philes of Tuba, Okla., is spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. 8. Chiles. Miss Frances Barham, who Is a student at Lindfnwool college, Si. Charles, Mo., !s spending the holidays in Osceola with her parents, Mr. »nd Mrs. A. F. Barham, Lutheran Church Plans Services (r Christmas The Pilgrim Lutheran church will The bride, who has made h3r| Margaret, left this morning for St | llave special services Christmas Eve home In Osceola for several years. Louts to t)2 at (he bedside of Mr ' oncl car !y Christmas day in observ- rin-Kinms tret", iii-ro" "r'hruim«< wlt llhcr B raniJmi >'"W. Mrs. lietile Doyle's father, Jacob Doyle, who is!'"* the'nativity ol the Lord. .„',,,'* phHMm« ivn« ^ v l Dunavanl - is tlK ' daughter of Mrs.! In a critical condition at the Jew- T h e children of the Sunday wher-'liusmess houses strees' Cl ' C . WS M00dy 0/ Wa >' nesvllle . N- "-. ilsn 1"»P«»I there. school will present a program Wed- ypdV'and hones "re a%o»- wl h' ?' Kl a ^"daughter «« ihe late Dr. | Miss Merrill Miller arrived Friday ""day evening, 1:30 o'clock, at the •i.'..-,. "'.":. „.,—*:.:,..:H- C. Uunavant, well known Osce-! nieht from Tiitu-n»r vri« a-i,.r. St. Stephen Enlsconal church. Manila Pastor Will Return to Missouri The Rev. G. R. Tyler, for two years pastor of the Manila Baptist church, Is returning to his former ']( home, Campbell, Mo., where he'will reside for the present. The church will have no pastor In the immediate future. In Ihe two years that the Rev." Mr. Tyler has been in charge .of the congregation there have be.e.n 70 additions to the church , and the church building has been almost completed. shapely spriira of cedar .e.aily, bc-.. a ' ' :it, well known Osce-! night, from Tutwller, Miss., where"-- father was the-she Is teaching school, to spend the girls have-an aUrsctlvgly tree and the p..p. Hub Mr. Murray Is the son of Mrs. B. bard home Is receiving ina,ny com- '"'• y ,' 5 me son 01 Mrs pliments on Its artistically arranged , w - Mu ™y of Paducah, Ky. He • t'.icked for the holidays season. The ,7 n T.',, * 7 was ;ne i?" e ls leacnl »S school, to spend the "hello" girls Have-an aUractlvoiy la , te Dr ' Buf0fd Du »<ivam of Mem- ! holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John R. NSlller in Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. Miller drove to Memphis to meet her. • -tended school at the University ol j Miss Rose White. Mrs. Godfrey "•'•">""""• •""' '- - -- White and children. John and Boyd, spent Saturday In Memphis Christmas shopping. Miss Fayc Stevens, teacher of the rural school at Grlder, south of here, left Friday for Magnolia. Ark., where she will spend the holidays decorations. Churches throughout the • city. celebrated the Bible holiday : day. Some had trees with i ., . . the children while othjr congrega- i' tlons had cantatas and pageants, j There'll bo numerous other forms; rt celebration this year. Some are | planning trips to cities, oth-i' ers will have large family dinners and, we hope, none will talk limes" on 'that day. 'Meet everyone seems to be (or the holidays.. From the school class of '23, 'which made tercsting history for the school, we ac.? Hurschell Caldwell from Duke ; ' n ' : M t ^' Kcn - u ' cky alld is at Present in the - ' c " y ' employ of the Gulf Refining com- ifi« fnr ' !wny at P"' 1 """, where they will';'»^ their home. Mary Lau- , St. Stephen Episcopal church. A brief sermon *t 6 o'clock Christmas morning will be delivered by the pastor, the Rev. H. J. Kleln- dlenst, who will have as his subject: "Th.c Angel's Christmas Sermon." The public la cordially invited to both services. Sumners of Osceola, with relatives. i ™ !1 - um ' liiUe<1 -November 28. nt Wll- ks, Ark., where she £ a men : to Tyronza, Ark., McCorvey to Conway, Miss Martha Wellman to Luxora Teachers Visit University where he's teaching : wncre sne wi " continue the prcs- '• Ark freshmen how to play fcolball, Iici>; C1U - lsrm ol school. | Ca ^ Smart, who Is a college professor at I The bride Is the daughter of Mrs. uastlan the University or Richmond with! A. T. String fellow of Little Rock ,Adk!nson"to'B«VrVvil?e"''Ark" a 'M.^ A." written ^(ter his name, and-a graduate of Central co!lcge,.j Mallory Harwell Mcs; wild ei teacher at Hot Springs. The latest news on the 'mustacl College Students Return to Luxora for Christinas LUXORA, Ark.—The following boys and girls have returned to ffcend the Christmas holidays with their parents: MUs Helen Howton, rtorthwestern University, Evanston, II.; Miy Anna Margaret Wood, miiam Woods college, Fulton, Mo.; ilSM» Charlie and Evelyn Scott, jrescent college, Eureka Springs, trie.; Messrs. Crafton James and John p. Hightower, University of Arkansas," Fayetteville; Lo'uis George, A. and M. college, Slark»Ule, Misa.; Miss Margaret Mc- Pearmon, Union University, Jackson, Tenn. . ola and has for the past year been ; employed as assistant cashier of the for trip Holidav*l clubl made u " ° f COttOU mC 'J wh ° F1 «(- State Bank of Osceola tor me Holidays nrcirt golnB to ?lll thclr m , ls(ach(;s tlni|lll m - lo • -,: ti.._ I lied for a week. '..i.|. Miss Marsviirita Pride, n mem- l;cr of the high schonl faculty ay Portland, Ark., hns arrived to spend here Dtfugan avenue, '• wifh Jiisflce ronuing the ceremony. • ' - -• • » * Llcyd-Doiicr. Miss Thelma M. Dozier, ol Leach- vllle, nnd Mr. E. R. Lloyd, of Manila, were married here Saturday by-;Justice R. L. ^[cKnight. Stilts-Sdmon. The marriage of Mrs. Alilc Scl- mon and Mr. Wills Stitts, uoth or Manila, will take place in that city tonight. Justice John U. Needhnm will* perform the ceremony. Ihc holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Pride. . Leah Claire Ilpdgins, who has been spending three months with her grandparents, Dr. nnd Mrs. p. j B. Phillips, will leave tomorrow .night for her home In, Ohio.'.. Mrs.. Phillips will .hcco'm- «•-«'••••"«? child to St. Louis and i"k3.the'remainder .cf. the trip alone.-'. '^'" . | Frank. Field, of Eldon. Mo., will | arrive Wednesday morning lo spend LUXORA, Ark.—The school closed here Friday for a tsn days vacation and the following teachers htive left for their respective homes (o spend the holidays: Misses An- lilc Lee Hodges, Jackson, Miss.; Miss Hnzcl Broach, Alklns, Ark.; Miss Wilmti Tcnnysn, Arkadelphln, -Ark.; Miss Maxiue Hnlstead, and -Miss Lois Hill, Blytheville; T. D. Wilkins, Arkndelphla, Ark.; F. D. Burke, ailckory Flat. Aliss., and Lloyd Hellen," Halls, Tenn. Luxnra HraJo tlUJ " )r a UraQC Give Recital, Playlet ^'.'9 •Thursday eve- the pupils from the first thru grades of the.public Schupl were presented ' In a piano reciiai nnd Christmas playlet, under the direction of Miss Dorothy Brown, r. week with his parents, Mrs. J. J, Field: Hurschel Caldwell, tootball coach at Diikc University, Durham, N. C., Mr. and! assisted by Miss Maxine Halstead. A number of vo:a! and pinno selections were rendered and ihc outstanding numter on the program liunjbrs, the story - — - i. • ci «.'{iiiajvuii ^cia told hv a nuiiVher holidays with his parents. He fcr-1 by Miss Hnlstead and directerl by I 0( yomlg g i r)s Rnd bays had the arrived last night to spend a week's | »'ns "Hie Kiddies bind," supervised ' " ' '•----••-- ------- ..... - • nren't going to cut their mustaches until cotton goes np, is that Arthur __ Patten may not ue eligible for t'r.^ ' ceinly presidency. If he isn't he may < s ii( U t[ tinning employment under liw receivership instituted re- Uy following closing of the in- ntlon. He attended school at Osceola. he's wearing a iv?w he; ,,''::• may hecohic a member too. Harold i :vlrs - Sumners . arrived yesterday Steinberg hones to ba eligible by j lr( ; m Dierks; Ark., and the couple next week. ' ' " 1li bQ eues!= of their parents, Mr. The J. A. Leaches have moved a ™ Mrs. M. L..Sumners, in Os- Into their beautiful new home.. ! c eola during the holidays. . i • . • ». • i Mrs. Charles Lowrance jr, was Out Of Town People Attend £« t<;ss f c "; e "yo table contract _ . , -, n . biidge club to which she belongs I emplC Israel rrOgram entertaining an extra table o! — —-' ' eucsls in special compliment to A number of out.of town pjoiite' M «..W..R- Henderson of.St. Louis, ., . u ... . attended the Canakuh program' at il0 - «'''0 Is visiting her sister, Mrs | ™eliereDecember 17. Mrs. Wig- the Temple Israel, Sunday.eveiih'.?; Braxton Brags, in Osceola. : ! ' when appropriate services \v;re '. A dwcions 'salad course wssj held. • . - • . . .••-.. t'ssryet! .following the game nml high | ' William Barowsky, president O tr 5care cl " l) P r '« was awarded Ki-3. j. the Temple, was presented n urisl j. J(11 " e s Driver. Mr*. Ben F. 'Butler I watch from the congregation and y°" .'"8h score guest prize. Mrs. W.' Mr. and Mrs. Braxton Bragg have as their guests Mrs. Bragg's sister, Mrs. W. R. Henderson, of St. Louis, and her infant daughter, Inez. They will remain through the holidays. Mrs. Henderson will be remembered here and In Blytheville as Miss Fay Kent. Miss LaVern Crawford arrived Sunday morning from Shreveport, La., to spend the Christmas holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Phipps and daughters, Mary Kathryn and Prances, will spend the holidays in . Chandler, Okla., with Mr. Phipps' mother. • Mr. and Mrs. Jesss Wiggins are the pnrents of a son born at their , . -."w**iHfclJ,vlt Little Webb Boy Dies Clifford Webb, two-year-old .son of C. O. Webb, died at the family \\ l.c/me at 11:45 o'clock Saturday night. • . Funeral services were held Sim- day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock with'' J the Rev. E. z. Newsom ofliciating.' Ir.tcrmpnt was made at Maple- Grove cemetery. The Cobb Under- ' ll taking company was in charge'of : funeral arrangements. ':• The deceased is survived by lils l'J parents and a brother, Max We'6[>. "Jf Owens infant Dies • Funeral services are being held this afternoon for the Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. .Ov.'ens, who succumbed at- the family home •west of this city at -3 o'clock this 1 horning. i .'".interment will be '.made at the | fclanila -cemetery. The Cobb Un-! aertaking cbmpany Is in charge-ot i funeral arrangements. To make it a perfect party, let your guests break the seals oa packs of PLAYING CARDS Ladies Aid. Society .In a appreciation for his work in the psst- year, lie made an address, Richard Jiedel lead.'the sery|c.3, there were several musical cf Canakuh was i mtrly lived heL-e days was star lii football. and In high;little Harlette Sllllman. an outstanding i candle lighting ceremony. I Mr. and Mrs. Eddie B. David will j OsCCola School Pupils ; p -T-. r ^ r C rMmt spend Christmas In Memphis with! S e Jl Christmas Seals ^ arent " 1 eache '' 'j^OUpS- Mrs. David's parents. Britain-Jackson. , A marriage liceiibe was issued Saturday lo Mks Eula Jackson, and Mr. A. C. Britain, both of here, i Tuesday for Newborn, Tenn., . ___ Miss Lula Scott will leave Tues- 1 ,-.,,„,-,,-.. , ." , ., „„ „. day afternoon for Columbia, Tenn., I . OSCEOLA, Ark Dec 22._Stuto visit relatives for the remain- 1 dcnts of tllc Osceol! > l'" bll < : der of the week. sold Christmas seals for the state Purchase Health Bonds In the anti-tubercu!osis campaign tlw Pnrcnt-Tenchcr associn- Miss Winnie Virgil Turner leaves ' tuberculosis fund amounting to ! tlons at Dell. Armorel. niytlieville ta ;$38.C3. In the drive just completed, Presbyterians \Vill Have' Christmas Parly. Adult numbers of the First Prjs- byterian church will gather in the at- social rooms of the church this j 5 P cnt yesterday in the city ns the evening for a Christmas party, giv- suest cf Miss Marguerite Pride, en by the <-.oman's auxiliary I - s - "'• Cohen, wlw has uccn Tne affair Is to begin at 7-301 t( ! ncii »S '° business hi St. Louis o'clock. i R nd J.;[fcrson City, Mo., an-ived ' ln;t night to spend the holidays at home. spend the holidays with relatives. | :ulrt faculties of the grade and high Miss Willie A. Lnwson left today | schools each bought a ten dollar for a week's vacation to be spent | health bond. nt Hamburg, Ark. Julian Blntolcy, of Walnut nidge. J..Shrddnn cut consolation and the) honorce "was' presented a charming ' favor. i Twenty-four guests were enter- I tained by Mrs. C. E. Sullcngcr at her lioms here with a delicious Christmns" party. The receiving rooms o! her spacious lioins were aitlstically decorntetl in motifs carrying out the .Christinas spirit, which prevailed 'also in ihe party aceessiries' and'the color scheme of delicious refreshments served in senior high and junior high have purchased health bonds, according | to a report submitted by Mrs. T. E. Tale, chairman of the P. T. A. sale. Clab Has I'artr. Miss Irene Crowder entertained meaibers of the Night Bridge club and- "one guest, Mrs. Randolph Edith, Saturday night with a! Christinas party. In:addition to the bridge games! there was a tree lartcnecl; for ever>'onc. Miss Caro-' d.l DRIDGf Mr. and Mrs. Orlcll Seaton, Mr. ] ttonnl championship tournament as ; and Mrs. Buford Jenkins, of Lux- i one rf the most interesting slam ora, w^re guesis of Mr. and Mrs. I hands, both from Ihc Ira Crawford Sunday. Mrs. Jen- standpoint and the play kins is a sister cf Mrs. Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. William Nichols v,,, .„, . , ,.-. , .and family, of Osceola. attended! Vi^fff dlC ' OUS deS ' thc Chnnnkuh pogram at the Tem- .vmthjotfee. : plc , sml last ni8glu s _ A . K .j. ir -I i"*! M - s - Bllr 6 e - principal of the Ar- 6-3 aOSpltttl I\0les~~ imorcl school, has gone to Joiws- H—MO. jboro for the holidays. 8-7 Tom Blanchard. Senath, Mo., was! Mr - aiKi Mrs - Marvin Chapelle t—6 BY WILLIAM E. McKKXNEY and returned the nine of spades. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Patterson and . Secretary, American Kriclge League j and when Sruth echoed in dia- son, Henry, of Osceola, motored' The writer selected the following; monris by discarding the seven,'de- here Sunday for a brief visit. i contract hand from 11'? recent na- i chu.-M: then returned a small diamond to the dummy, winning with Ihe ace. South completed his echo bidding! by discarding the deuce of diamonds. Thc declarer properly reasoned that the cnly chance he has of making his contract' is to find the South hand with tile l«ng of din Rub well over throat and chest I OVER ti» MILLION JABS U.SFn YEARLY SEE "TOM SAWYER" At the Ritz Theater Dec. 28-29. Wear—"TOM SAWYER" Shirts, Blouses & Suits All Year 'Round— For Real Boys. JICDEl'/ 224 ^y. Main . ' dlsmUsed from the Blytheville hos- i navc 80nc to Sweili Springs. Mo., pital' today. j and Tulsa, Okla . (o visit relatives ' for ten days. I ter. Miss Ruth, of Osceoln, visited Mr. Corie Humble was a visitor ; friends here Sunday. 1 on Knobeloch farm last week. I Miss Mary Virginia Cutler who I Mr. and Mrs. — •--•- • S-Q-10-8 H-Q-9-5-2 D—1-3 < EAST S—9-74-2 H—None rj-A-0.- C—10-9-2 SOUTH-DEALER 5 S-S H-R-K-M-3 V-X-8-7-4-2 C-7-B The I!idilin K South. HID dealer, staricd C—A-KU-J the 1 nionds nnd thc North hand with the jack of diamonds, therefore the n,i:?cn of diamonds is returned from dummy, Scuth going up with the kin?, declarer trumping with the three of spades and the jack fell from Ihe North hand. This gives thc declarer a y^rtcct' rending on thc North hand. It contains thc queen of spades, the opening of the deuw of hearts .'hewed frur hearts which leaves him with two hearts and four clnbs. Mr. Layton Howell is visiting his'weir- in the city last nigi-i ma dc a shift jump bid to fiv? clubs. mother in Potts Camp. Mississippi.' Misses Luclle Bvaimon and Artie Mr. John Workman of Arby • • - • Mo.',',Is visiting his brother, John Workman, this wetk. „ .,. 1J . <>uul M , Mr. and Mrs. Corie Humble an- ' and faniily oVosccola" were"'vTA* i dcubtcdly should pnjs. as West, his nounce the birth ot a son, on DC-| tors here Sunday ""I partner, has been showing mini- yrd,] Eaten are visiting friend, in Ho-- 1 >:l " lner to keel> lho l)ld(U "? c '""- : Mr. •• nersville. Mo for several days South passed and West went to live : i Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Welnbc-x i 5 I"-ades. North pas.';d and Kan un-| ' r«ct «ndthcnby iirornv In"' the cards the tolarjr made his contract of six .spatle o Glitter Tinsel And Christmas Snow. EvcrylhitiR looking its. very best. Soon there will tic the usual "company" — merriment and celebration. In vour haste liave you forgotten your own personal appearance? It's not too laic for us to i;ive, facials, manicures and v.-avc sets. Elois Beauty Shoppe. Rnrum's l'.-\loony rhonc 503 Improve Your Game with Milton C. Work! Auction and i Contract Bridge Tuesday WMC 3 : 30 P. M., C. S. T. PLAYERS Savtl, (Dealer) — Mrs. E. L. Brndbury. Dallas, Texas. IVesf — Victor R. Smith, Mia-ra, Florida. North — Mrs. George R. Campbtll, ' Augusta, Mainr. East— Mis. Annie Adair Foster, Atlanta, Georgia. » KS <7 AS 1 0 Q108 543 + J 10 * Q1096 0 KG *„_- W-j-E S » AS? 2 O K 763 0 A ! 0 T g, 483 For Men and Boys Everything at Sale Prices Silk Lounging Robes Blanket Balh Robes Flannel Lounging Robc.s Wilson Bros. Shirts' Bradley Sweaters Wilson Bros. Hose New Neckwear Atlraetive Silk Scarfs Golf Accessories Men's Leather Gloves Pajamas of all Kinds Wilson Bros. Underwear Initial and Fancy Handkerchiefs Ilickok Belt Seis cember. 12th. Corie Clyde. Mr.- Har.ey to bufliiesi t, He will be named I Miss Bob j ha .< E0nc , 0 Arir-r, k ^-^-^ f , wnt i , he i Mr. A. Knobc nets trip to 13ij: sue i spen. ; 1'amil;;. ol Osccoia. _- .x uusl- ,here. .:o\.i:c- i-ibt week, j Mr. and Mr.«. S. J. cohon > spend tomorrow in Msmpliii. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jaffc CRAWFORD. MISS. (UP) — were vlsl- | |.ill LILUi , f . 1 munif. throughout, but it is very- A.II.O.CI. i tcmpl | ng to bid the slam ami East; • ] look the contract to six spades. < „., TIlc ft ** ! ^ ncl ! It was North's opening lead and ltlay : although East had shown n:. heart i lorers. the North player opened the «ll.; deuce of hearts which Bast, the \ dummy, trumped with the deuce aiilr * | of spaces. A small spmie was re- FREE PROCTOLOGY CLINIC All rectal diseases I.e litmorihoicis iPilesi. Anal fissures, Ulcers, etc.. examined and treated ulthcut charge. This treatment is non-surfica' nn:l decs i;o', raifir.e one (o their bed. Clinic hours each Wednesday (rein 1:00 to 3:00 p. II. Varicose Vein cases will also ba accepted ar.d Ircated. DRS. N] I'hnnc MS With W,:st leading the 6 of Clubs against tioulb't one No Trump, In Auction, where should Declartr win the trick? What should she lead to triclc two? Is bidding the same at Contract? Test your skill on Ihis deal . . . Ihen hear the expert Radio Gsmc. What's Your Bridge Handicap? Mi;ion C. Work will Icll you. Two e. ly leu q'jcsl.ra-.s in every Radio Came, Don't mi« Ibis to f.nd o-jt hovv you really raid A tumm&ty ot this g*n\* trill appear Florsheim $10 Shoes $^95 2 Pair For $12.50 Shop Here and Savel R.D.Hughes&Co

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