The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 10, 1931 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 10, 1931
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PAGE TWO COXJRIERNgws s ; T ' \ i t ' V J 'f' j TUESDAY, FHB11UARY 10, 1931 Society Calendar Wednesday Mrs. Harry Klrby will entertain the Wednesday Bridge club. "Mrs. W. Owen Blue is having the "Entre Nous" Bridge club..The Junior High P. T. A. is meeting at Ihe school. Mrs. RMMIO Crafton Is hostess to the new weekly Bridge club. Mrs. Carrol Blakeniore is having the Matinee Bridge olub. The P. E. O. Is having a lunch-. con meeting at the home of Mrs. Ray Worthington with Mrs. Ross Stevens also as hostess. Members of the Beta Clil Sunday j school class of the First Presbyter- i ian church arc guests ol Mrs. Hu-1 bert Potter for an all day sewing i party. | Thursday : The" Mid-Week club Is meeting! uith Mrs. J, Louis'Cherry. I Mrs. Matt Monaghan Jr., is en-i tertalntng the Young Mali-pus | Bridge cluu. j The Central'Ward P. T. A. will! present n play at the high 1 school! auditorium in the afternoon and! evening. I The Elliott Fielchcr chapter ofi Ihe United Daughlcrs of the Unil-1 ed Daughters of Ih2 Confederacy I will have a Colonial Tea at the' Woman's club. I Friday j Miss Marion Tomjiklns will give' n recital in piano at the high school auditorium. The Dorcas Sunday school cluss of the First Br.ptist church will bs cniertaincd by Mesdaines W. A. Hollingsworth, J. M. .Glllesple and J. H. Shoemaker at the home of Mrs. Hollingsworth on Chickasawba j avenue. | W YOU - IfP 9MAST ALL DAY BUT- NEWEST TOR {VfNIHG ©H THE- 1EFT OELOW IS A FROCK Of= PlklK ORGAMoit WITH EMBROIDERIES' AMD PlU TUGX? OEGORATUJG THE HIP SECTIOU AWOTOP OF F1OUIJGE. I Have Vfcllln; Spfakers Attend International Relations Meeting. Marcus Evrard. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner nnd Mrs. Howard Proctor were Ihe principal speakers in the International Relations meeting of Ihe Business and Professional Women's club Monday evening at Ihc GofT hotel. Their addresses were supplcnicnled wilh brief interesting talks by several members of the group.' who discussed various countries, nnd dance numbers by pupi'.s of Miss Ola Bob Harris. Such subjects na the League of Nations, what- America b:lieves is! the cause and cure of war, th? Fi- i dac auxiliary, the inlernattaiil CT.I- I lerence of business -women at -vie- j iieva, Switzerland, last slimmer ar.d' glimpses from other lands were dis- ', cussed. ' Several other visitors were also present. * * * W. M. U. Meets. • The Woman's Missionary inilon of the Second Dnplist church met with Mrs. Joe Elkins Monday afternoon with 11 members and two visitors present for the Royal Service program conducted by Mrs. Leslie Moore. "The Tdsk of Your Home Missions" was (he theme used with Mesdames T. Khnes, W. M Blay' lock, Ben Harrison nnd Mary McAllister giving talks. -Mrs. L. T. Ashcr. Mrs. J. c. Harnlsli and Mrs. W .HL Bby- lock offered prayers in concl:i:on. .. SOM-VCUOM LINEN IAO>£ 19 U9tD FOR THE (.QUO Fl£WlkJS CREPS 1 Y/ITH Al ACCOMPANYING JACKET. THE- FLOWERS Af THE- NECKLINE AR& OF BLACK ' VELVET. • (S'tJE -SEATED FIGURE WEAR? A FROOKW EMBROIDERED AUD PlAltJ BATISTE IW PERVEklCWF B1U&. TWO PEPlUMS 1 FIARE ABOVE THE VOLUMINOUS 1 SKIRT. THE- WOVEL BELT IS MADE OF TWO TIMV SOUS' OF THE MATERIAL IMTERTWiSTE-D. Bits of News Mostly Personal Lutherans Here Open Campaign to 1 Win Unchurehedj The 3BCD congregations in fills cmrniiy a lui Canada, afrillate w h the fcrangolical Lutheran Synod of Missouri. Ohio a , lri ot)lcl . ys ,. lU liay,; been recjuosiecl to observe Mlicnnl Publicity Week from Fob , ' b > r a" intensive effort to win the unchurched The Pilgrim Lutheran Church of this city is participatliiB In this endeavor! '' Mr*. II. a. Wickhnm and Miss ^. ....„ ,. Bets Hall lire In St. Louis tills week! quarters at 09 Fifth Avr-nnr." buying stock for tho Hal! Sisters Yprk City. c Shoppc. • ' Oeoreo II. Crockc-tt is a business visitor In Memphis today. Miss Grace Lowiy has relumed from Memphis where she spent tiie weekend. • '- . Charts 1'arkB LcBectl, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. ial tea Thursdny afternoon at the who Kielndiensl. and especially during this week the pastor and the members of Hie Pilgrim Guild will co- oriirai; In following up these un- churched. At the present time tills newly organized congregation Is canvassing ihe entire city to as- Luxora Society—Personal Mrs. S..V. Frazier of Osceola was u I.uxora visitor, Wednesday. Miss Nora Wise sjwnt Thursday at Osceoln. Clarence Butler of Caruthcrsvllle, BRIDGE ARTICLE NO. 128 I1V WM. K. McKENNEV Srcrflary American Rridge League , We often hear quoted, "Cover j tlou and swings the ace and queen an honor with an honor." | of spades. South discarding two with three hearts and three dla; iiioiids to the king. It Mils Is true, the declarer has 'a squeeze posi- Whllc it is generally good prac- ticci for Iho opponents to adhere Mo., was a Luxora vls'tor Prldav ,,., '' ln ° "''"oncnis to ad:ien Mr. W. A. Woods * aVmcted bit ° ' * con rf ntlcn ot » la - v ' rcmem liwss in Osieola Thu sd" y " ll1at !h ' s d "<* ' iecessilrll > * ll1tat !h ' s d !f °' tr "° fov llle , ' iecessilrll > r larer. The t , Miss Mable Cooke spent Friday °'? tr "° fov llle declarer. The :i Mcmohls ' Declarer, by reluslng to cover an hi Memphis. The Junior, Boys and Girls basketball teams of Annorel played the Luxor a teams at Luxora'Fri- day afternoon. The boys score was 11 to 6 in (ayor of Ltixora and tlis girls score was 21 to 15 favoring I.uxora. Mrs. William -Wunderlick and daughter of Blythovillc were Luxora visitors Thursday. • hearts i the dummy two diamonds and North two clubs. '. The third and last spade is k>d by tiie declarer, and South [s squeezed. He cannot discard the llonor towl »* Mr. and Mrs. Alvln make game. nn " onor '" V** t0 whlc " all ° ws hl '" to Wunderlick. W£ST S-X-8-3 H-fl-J-7 D-A-Q- 8-5-4 and' children, Mr. and Mrs. nay| r. 1/7 Graham and children and Eliza-; ' - lifth Davis spent Friday and Sat- letuions of weaning tlicir churches these whose'denom- O. 1>. Crenshaw, of Juticchoro, of (lip firm Miller and Crcnshaw, attended to business liuae yesterday. Mr- and Mrs. George R. Crockett have as their guests Miss Robbie Marr and her brother, J. n. Man-, of Miirslijil], Mo., who will spend several days here enroute on a motor trip through the south and then to Arizona. • .. • Mr. and Mrs.'.Tom Ballard,' of Joncsboro,' attended the funeral «i i Mrs. A. a. Little Monday nfte:-i ,.,,..„„. c noon. Mr. Ballard and Mr.- LiUI, j J^ 11 " Syn0(i hrls are cousins. ' '' " rl « Lutheriin Church is not a Thweatt w l" ostl >-tii)8 body, n hns no in- Tnursday. ere Osccoin visitors no in a\vay iiom lojaltles are fired. But Spann, Wednesday. inallonnl _ Lutherans arc convinced that liiVi'r Church lias a message particularly to [lip tremendous number of un- churciH'rt in this country. Millions ot dollars are spent annually in suiiijortin; home mission enterprises. For almost lir.lf a year the j Liitliernn Laymen's League of the I Synod 1ms financed a CMst-io-coasl lircndeast of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmic Boyd spciu yestcrilay In Memphis. Mr. and Mr.«. Hamilton Liulf arc returning to their home In Memphis today after attending tin ., ( Lulhcran teachings, over the Columbia Broadcasting Chain," says the local pasior. In continuing he says "Lutheran ' as the - note in its raes- fl >SC die Gospel truth that pardon M wn A r rn Miss Willie A. Lawson, county for sln _ saivat | 0n alld lirc nrc the mcrcy 0[rere( , superintendent, will go to Osceola frcc ^,5 of lonlsht for a meeting of tho I'ar- . to „.,,, in christ aild receivc( i Bv cut-Teacher assoi:iat!on where she i f r .j t h in the divine promises. It will make an address in a Founders Day piogrnm. Mr', and Mrs. J. K.-' Garner will Mrs. Joe- Dean of Tyronza was the nuest of her sister. Mrs. Louis NORTH S-9-5 H—9-6-5 D—10-3 C-A-J-9-8-5-3 SOUTH— SEALER S-7-4 EAST S—A-Q- MO * 6-2 «—3 D—9-6-2 C—ICM- 9 &-R-J-T C-U-6 The Bidiling At auction or contract. ace of hearts or the queen will "I be good in dummy, therefore lie * drops a small diamond, tlic declarer discards the queen of hearts from dummy and thsn leads a, small diamond, finessing the queen, returning Ihe ace, which picks up all of ihc outstanding diamonds. Tiie last diamond wins the trick for tho declarer, allowing him to make four odd, scoring 120 for tricks, and as lie held four honor* In one. hand In contract, lie is erU titled to f. bonus of 100 points for honors. (Copyright, 1931, NEA.Service. Inc.) Sout'.i Jane Richards entertained a WO "W start with one heart, West number of her little friends with I would ovcrcall'willi one no trump a birthday party at her Iranc Wed- I believes this Gcspel to be the power of God unto salvation" and relies upcn Its simple presentation I probably return to their home in I to convert the hearts of men. Its i West Helena. Art., this afternoon i preaching is neither sensational I niter having been called here by j nor shall™, 1 , bur- aims to give to i tilt; <lcath of Mrs. Garner's molh- the tourers spiritual refreshments er. Mrs. A. G. Little. i and Instruction in the.difticult art Mesdames Hussell Phillips, Byron | of applying the ethics of Christ to Morse, Otto Kochtltzky and W. B. Tanner spent yesterdav in Memphis. Miss Golda Rinks will lenve ID- nlSht lor Indunapalif, Ind., wluro j she 'will visll Mr: and Mrs. George JLaFcrncy for several weeks. 1 William Baroivsky, of. Manila, lei; Wlftn B. R. Allen, Kcroinry of spiritual life, read from Romans and also led In the Uib!e study. Mrs C. M. Gray gave .the talk on mils'.niidhii; Christian women of other countries. The hostesses reived dainty ice course. • » * Circles Have Mi-cling!! The mission lesson was Hie principal tliemc of tiro meetings of cir- clrs in tiie woman's missionary union of the First Baptist church Mcndr.y aftcrncon- In circle 1, the ten members mcl ltd tt-.-i devotional, taken from I Wonun's Fletelier chapter of .... .... £aug!iters of tiie Confederacy. Besides members of the clwptcr and Hi? 50 teachers, 35 invllutlons have also bocn Issued to friends of Hie group making u total of 125 invitations. Mrs. James B. Clark, vice president, Is in charge of the urogrnin mid she -will. be n.wisl-jcl by Mrs. W. I. Demon, president. Ihc will attend a."number of social I functions given for his fiance. Miss rl Sherman, and him, prior to Ir marriage In thai city Fcbrti- 17. Upon their return from a bridal trip they will reside at Ma- . . Mrs. George' Lange was hastcfs to 12 guests Monday evening complimenting Mr. Langc who celebrated his birthday. Lovely spring flowers decorated the living room and the dining - room table, where the delicious four course menu was served, had for its centerpiece a large cake with £mall tapers and hearts on it. Only the light from tapers was us°d and the Valentine motif was emphasized in the place cards, candies and nut cups. > Circles Meet -inci Mi's. Tom W. Jackson offer-1 cd prayers. Tile mission lesson wast given by Mi<s Cordelia Withite. I Mrs R. L. llecder led tlw dc-| vctlonal in the second circle which! mcl at tlic church with seven ro Oltsrrve Founders The Junior High P a spec irciit-Trachrr i'e Founders program pre- Masonic Degrees Given at Hornersvitle Saturday HODNERSVILLE, Mo.—The Dc- gi.?e team from the • Ant-erena Lodge, A. F.-S; -A. M. nt Memphis, Term., conferred the third dejree on candidates of various sections of | Dimklln COHIUJ- here Saturday N|','lil nt n special n:.;eting helil jiurposc in the Masonic Wedneday after.oon, 3: o mcmbcrs prcr,:nt. Before Iliemis- . ?.' .?»*«>« ,"' "- f' 1 * 1 arc co «" aI1 V invited to at- 1 sion lesson was given by Mrs. ivy] Crawford Mrs. Mike Buchanan i IIils •'f'Erain spoke on "Cooperation." Mrs. The Woman's ilistlonary society vin Huffman led In prayer and the, of tllc L:ike Street Methodist chairman. Mrs. T. H. Haynes, ccn-' church met nt the home of Mrs. O. ducted a brief business session, ! J. Rodgers with a members and Circle 3 mel at the home of Mrs. I 'our visitors present. J. E. McFall with seven members! Mrs. A. L. Reagan was leader in attendance. Mrs. E. F. Blomry-1 of the following program: Song, "I er. who was elected chairman to] Need Jesus"; scripture reading, "" """" '" " -•--•-- ••-- •- -- - Morris; 1111 the vacancy made by the re-JLuke ll:9--13.'Mrs. Ivcrson J the A delegation estimated at .(nation of Mrs. T. E. King, of-j prayer, the Rev. W. J. Lt'Roy: song frcm 100 to 123 attended the ceremonies to which all Master M.i- sons nil been invited to attend fro::i this county. Wm. R. Gentry of St. Louis, Grand Master ot the Grand Ledge of Missouri, .and P.isl Grand Muster S. W. McDonald took prut in the rites as did the newly elected Grand Master of the Tennessee Grand Lodge. Buel l'. Parks, local hanker and Grand Master of \\:.-j Hornersville Chapter, arranged for tiie ip.t-ctit\p and entertainment nnrl eeiu:-.:ctcd tiie initial pnrt, of the pro;i am alter which the rituals wore ;nrn- cd over to visiting dignitaries. --- -, «..^.,um ujr 11 iiieinwrs. i \viis eie .Mrs. K. A. Moore was leader of the j following the resignation of Mrs. program in which Mrs. C. R.Bab- j Herman Waipolc. *h was the principal sp;aker on' Mrs. A. A. Thompson was hostess tne theme "Outstanding Christian to circle 5. attended by nine mem- Women Of Other Lands." Mrs. J. : bos. After A prayer" by Mrs. U. «. Morrison conducted the devo-' W. Mnllins and a short business tlonal. Day,' Jfrs. W. J. LcRoy. j slate. Ihe cemetery, which i- bo- Jn the business session which i licved to be the old,?sl Christian followed Mrs. C. A. Elfrank prc- j buryinir ground in MLss:;ui. has sided. Plans were nude to plant i remained popular with tc.iri.sts. every-day living." A very premising event that Pilgrim Church is arranging for is ll",? solid \\cek cf soul-stiring services of mi evangelistic nature by gucsl-prcnchers, mhieh is to • take place • some lime during -Lent. Y/cll-Known speakers arc being t« deliver the messages during this week of special s'e'f- viccs. the time of which will be announced later- At this time Pilgrim Church wishes to announce Services on at 8 o'clock, beginning 'Feb. 18th. Everyone is cordially invited to all services. a Ecr:,:;. of Lenten Wednesday evening ' Clothing Specialist to Give Demonstrations The visit of Mrs. Ida H. Fenian, clothing spetialist of the state extension department, here tomorrow will be the feature attraction of this weeks activities in the county home deinonslralion department. With Ml?.s Cora Lee Colcman home demonstration afient. Mrs. Fenton will attend a meeting of the Armorel 4-H club tomorrow morning and will spend t;ic rest of the day at an all day meeting of the county council o'. farm women at the "court house. Other activities for the week for Miss C'oleman include meetings of the 4-H clubs at New Hops and Manila today, the Dogwood 4-H meeting Friday morning and the New Liberty Boys and Gills meeting followed by iliu Women's meeting Friday afternoon. nesday afternoon. Games were enjoyed and refreshments were served to the following guests: Ruth Turner, Joe Anna Miller, Louise Matthews, Vivian McRae, Dorothy Woodscn, Geneva Uusan, Betty,? Jean Wunderlick,- Mildred, Dorothy Snider, Dixie Sllltman, Evalyn Shibley, Mary Francis Rogers, Billle Shoaf. Marvin Spann Wilson, B. O. Wilkins, Buddy Forest, Billie Rogers, Melvin Bernstein, Dorothy Reverie, Fred George and Ann Wilkins. Mr. and Mrs- Wiliam Wosds and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Splcer at- lended the show at Blytheville Thursday night. • Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ballew and' daughter,' attended the sho\v in Blytheville Wednesday night. Mrs. Frank Vollmcr were Blytheville visitors Thursday. Mrs. Horton accompanied Ihe East in auction would respond with two spades, while at contract he would bid three spades. West, al contract, would then take his partner to four spades. The I'lay South has the opening lead and tiie proper suit to open is hearts. The suit is headed with t:>c acs, king, therefore the king should be led. South, after getting a look ac the dummy, refuses to continue hearts as it would set up the queen for the declarer, but shifts to the club suits and leads the queen. If the declarer covers with the win the will king in dummy, North ivith the ace _ and return hearts which 'the declarer have to trump i and when North gets in again 'with the jack of clubs, he will again lead a heart and hi this manner the. declarer following Seventh grade pupils on could not makc fol|r hik? to the sand bar Wednesday afternoon—MargareL Worsley, JSil- ! dred Richards, Margaret Andrews, Pauline Reverie, Anna Bell McRae, night. Mr. I Little Wilson News' Mr. John Harkey and family • were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.' Wade Simpson, Sunday. . Mr. Ralpn Simpson and Miss Evan McKnlght motored to Hightower Sunday night. Miss Edith Morris was the g'ucst of ^ Mrs. Everetl Petty Monday Leborn Lawhorn visited friends at Hightower, Saturday and Sunday. ' ' Miss Flossie Adams was th: Saturday night guest cf Mrs D. Petty Miss Edith Morris arri Miss Ilctha Lawhorn were dinner guests of Miss Maxine Malin. Sunday' ' Junior Bradford visited Mr. Ernest McKnlght,- Saturday night.'"' Mr. Bolden, who has .bp:ri ill for some time, is now Improving'.": Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Martin verb in Dell Saturday. . ' ": Mrs. Houitcn McKnlght and daughter shopped-in Dell Saliirdqy, Mrs. E- D. Petty was the gueit cf Mrs. llurve Adams, Sunday. " Three Enlist in Navy -.'• , , Marcell Wherry, Paul and Bob Re- tic: club lead by playing He should refus? to cover ...queen, but should play small, from , T . llrcc mc ". * ho cnllstcd '" Hie dummy, North would encourage "'"ted Slates navy throujh 'tlie . „„ - 'Turner, Bob Owen ! eight spot and declarer the deuce. Adcll George. Charles Shoaf I South would continue verie, I>e: Fred Ccckran. "Willie Page, John I Bo-,vn, Bartin Bradfidd, John [ Ccckran, Waiter Andrews, Lois Mae Ledbetter and Ecil Miller. Mr. G. C. Driver spent spent Wednesday in' Memphis: • Mrs. Je'.wjll Bryan spent Wednesday at Blytheville. Miss Elizabeth Spann was a business visitor at Osceola Thursday. The Eighth Grade class c.ijoyed a picnic Friday when they hiked ov^r the levee where they served supper of toasted wciners. They were chaperoned by Miss Tennyson. Those enjoyed the picnic w.?re: Mable George, Margaret Richards, Vivian Lynch. Josephine Gillie, Jce Cockran, Howard Howen, Willis George, Thurnian Scott, Edward TiHman nnd Clyde Plunked. Greece Sends Raisins for Country Children .Mississippi county school chil- | dren have a present which cume ' all the way from Greece. Of the car load of raisins sent to the United Stales by the Junior Red Cross of that country, for distribution among the dronth stricken slates. 160 pounds was alloted to this county. The raisins arrived yesterday and will be gucn as n part of the lunches being served to children in 1G white and six negro schools through an appropriation made by the National Red Cress. Read Courier News want ads- Smile At the Ache* flowers and set out shade tr tl'e chinch Timrsdav afternoon. A who like to study Its old monuments, with infcriptions in Span- 'meeting by Mrs Robert Grimes '' c H=it showed that sufficient fuuls 1! -''. French and English. The H members -rfio attended : chairman, Mrs. Marion Williams- wcrc netted from the pie supp?r I ~ x't"^ u 6t ' hc homc ot Mrs ' Warf "! >aught the Biblo lesson. Thtirtxiay night to pay the parson- ip: M. Callau'ay were also e-ntcrlnined • • • a Go insurance «!' X V\ B ' n ' Allcn - Shc rcact Iroi " ; Son Uor " I tne 13th chapter of Romans tor.! Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Green' '• Ihe devotional. H was announced'. anno'.,iico the birth of a son Mon- tnat a special effort will be made, ilay evening at ihe Blythcullc l«s- to have all extend the next circle; pita!. The bnl.y. who wcitficri sev- meeting at the home of Mrs. Ray i-n and a linir nonnds hns t^n I Wortnlnglon so that alPmay hear' named Mvnl Crawford reports of the committees. Mrs. R. 1 ' . . . j F. Kirshner was program leader.. Mtt ling N'nl Held The hostess served a delicious des-j The prcsram nnd ?ccial mccliin fl ^~ ' • cf the woman's ini^'Tnrv sor : .;Jy III circ:e t Mrs. Ross Stevens was; of the First Mciiiodi-i church was' hostess. Mra. J. Nick. Thomas ledj n-t held Mcndny ofternoon L--aw • the program in which Mrs. Lcslic ; of the funeral o! Mrs * G Litlle"' Hooper read and commented upon; • • • the ninth chapter of Romans and: To Hcnor Teachers Mrs C. R. Babcock. secretary cf; Members of tlic ci-.v school fac- Chrlshan Education and Minister-1 nines, wl-.o ccnlributcd a Eiibstan-: 111 Relief, who was a visitor, made | tiai part of their talari-s to tlic! - talk. Delicious refreshments schon; fund ST that school might 1 be continued through thb term, were served. The same program theme was used in clrclo 5 which met in the evening at the home of Mrs. WD., Webb when Mrs. C. M. Gray wasi also'hostess. Included in the 16! . . Flpnan and 'Jane Me Adams. Kre. INFLUENZA SPREADING •-I Check Colds r Take it as a preventive. Use GGC Salve for Dabics. RELIEF IS LASTING. "T Vi'tr: \vrnk :unl m;i ^.v,vn for n K"*"\ i.i.-'t> v-.u:- 1 . i-ny.-* Mt*.-. Su-lia I:- -,.. r i .^ > I-;:iSt C'lifsinui sir-. ^ t. i.miis- ot iiinl l'v"r."rp i'.^Lly 15 /.; 1 !!" nnvl !t \v:i:i ln:t :i': \r-\ i i ;-"...< Blunrs:U'h trouble. 'I l-is \IM« months nv;o i.ntl 1 ha\o not had -,\ pick day fiin.v". on Bay It A\ Any GxJ Drag 5fo«. ; On your radio tonight . . . lis- I Icn (o l.orna I'ninin, f ; i m , ms ! iHimcrulniilst. She'll tell you j Iniiv names nnd dates iifSect I Micross in business, love or i in.irria^-. A real radio thrill. ! KMOX and rnlirc C'oluinbu nrl- ! «nrk al V:1J \\ M. Central SUnil- t ard Time. of clubs, dummy would play the king, and North the trick with the would ..return a decl r rer would t r limp \vl t h the deuce of. tpades, •The declarer's the ten '"of cliibs. it iti the dummy with the king u necessary, but when South shows out by discarding the declarer can trump small in They are: W. G. Scott and Tal- madgc Reed, ol here, 'and V. U. dummy. .He then leads the king South OWN YOUIMiOME™" ™ ** % It you arc paying 520.00 per month rent for the home you > live in, at the end of fen years, you will hive paid oul 52100.00, • and Hill have nothing but a large batch of rent receipts to show i| for your money, but if you dtal with me, at tlic end ot that 9 time, you u51I be the owner of the home in which you live. Thai's the difference. I have more than twenty-five houses In Blytheville from which you can make a selection. If interested, sec me. C. J. Evrard a J '* E " Muscular Pains They may. attack you anywhere—your back, your legs, your ar::is, your neck. These Pains may be mistaken for Neuritis, Rheuma- „. .. . tisin, Lumbago, Sciatica. ™ MIT r£?' ^mn 1 ; 11 ', m0(1 ""' I'^ant, mint-flavored tablet, T)R. MILKS ASPlR-ilINT. It's quick in action and effective^ iry it for Ueadacbe, Colds, and Neuralgia. •*••&£*' TWO sizes « MILES 15c n nJ25c Jllint Every user of public ulility services and every investor should hear this radio address MR. MARTIN J. IINSULL President, Middle West Utilities Company will discuss The "Power Trust" Tlic mythical "rower" lias been the subject (if much prejudiced and uninformed agitation. 'Mi'- Insull's discussion should therefore be of wide interest and benefit. He will present constructive views bused ; on lii.s intimate knowledge of, and long experience; in, the public utility business. His address will be a part of the Halsey. Stuart & Company, Krulio i>ro- Krain, which is to broadcast over a nation-wide X. . U. C. network ol' 38 stations. WMC, February lllh 8 O'clock KSD Central Standard Time. Arkansas Missouri Power Company "At Your Service"

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