The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 29, 1930 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 29, 1930
Page 2
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PAGE TWO (ARK,) COURIER NEWS Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Society Calendar [College Queen . of Southwest Thursday i Ure. J. A. Leech is having the Thursday club. Mrs. Crawford Greene is having the Young Matrons Bridge club. • The Glad Girls Sunday school ; class of the' First Baptise church will have n meeting at the home ol Miss Winnie Phillips. The Wonder Sunday school class of the Lake 'Street Meihodlst j churc Ills having -a ghost party ut- the church. ' ! Friday ! The ' Intermediate arid Senior j Clirlstian Kn&avor societies of the First Presbylerian''church will have • a Hallowe'en party in Ihe social rooms'of the chiirch'r ' '• The Euzellan Sunday school class of. the First Baptist church will have a Hallowe'en party nt the church. '•••,'- • Mrs. Adolph 1 Ci-ftlton Is having the Night Bridge club.- The Sudbury school Is having a I Hallowe'en carnival. \ 'We Kill Cnre club Is having n j party at; the Woman's club house. I The Fidelis Sunday school class of Ihe Flrss Baptist church will ! meet at the home-of Mrs. Errasl ' Hoc with a business and social meeting beginning at :3 o'clock. Have Hallowe'en Party, Members of the Loynl Friends Sunday school class of the First Christian church and some of their Envious eyes, of co-oils throughout trlends had a Hallowe'en parly I (lie southwest are focused on Tuesday evening at (fee social hall. Alice McPhelrldgc, atove, of the Spooky experiences related as Ihe I University of'Arkansas, who was 17 boys and girls wore gathered : crowned college queen at (he sout.i- 5'large fireplace with 'only | western all-college ball at Dallas, lex., H-ccntly. She Is a member of Trl Delia Sorority. the'flames for light made weird but fascinating entertainment . In.the contest for the best "lalk- er" Clara Louise. Davis and Martha Lee Hall won prtees. Sandwiches, cake and hot- chocolate and olives refreshed the party members.. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe Is teacher of the class. C!nb Mccls. . Mrs. .C. H. Babcock was hostess to the Tuesday Brldge'club and one gues't,• Miss-' -Mliry r 3atterfleld ' 'of Memphis, this week. •At'contract bridge Mrs. J. Nick Thomas won hosiery for high score and .Miss Satterfleld received a cigarette box;.:. •'*' •••'• »' -'* j : Hudbury School To Have' CaniiwL ' -* 1 The annual carnival and Hallo- we'en celebration will be combined at the Sudbury elementary school Friday evening'-beginning at 7 o'clock. . . Seventeen attractive side show$ have-been prepared ' among which j are ' the museum, the Hawaiian i thow, the Wonders of the World nnd:a collection of freaks. The main show* will be held In the auditorium with a circus replete with trained animals, acro- batr., dancers, clowns; Indians and cowboys. Marlarma, ilk- gik-tt of Mr, Manes' father. Mrs. Sidney Williams, of Armorcl, is spending several days with her sister In Jackson, Tenn. Vlclcr liray will go to Phw Bluff Sunday to spend ten days on business. Charles F. Wood visited relatives In Caiuthersvillc Sunday and Monday. Nlta l-'lo Thompson spent Monday in Memphis shopping. Mrt. S. J. Edwards ami little niece, Louise Ueut, of Mnrtad Tree, spent the weekend In the city with Mr. Edwards The Ucv, Marsh M. Cnllaw.iy, paster of the First Piesbyterlan chrch, Is In Earle for two days attending the senit-annal meeting of Arkansas Presbytery. (HAKE IT YOURSELF. Mr. lind Mrs. Dave Dlnkelsplel, ] Since gloves arc so high in the services. Cooter News Notes Mr. and Mrs. Claud Woods and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chester \VootUi, Mrs. Darls Sclph and Miss Edna Hojgc all o! the Lake Farm spent Sunday willi Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Allxed. R. O. While, Buford Mulllngs, Mrs. Edith Brlggens and Miss Faye McClure went lo Memphis Monday to visit Mrs, R. 0. White who has been very 111 In tliu Methodist hospital there for several fceeks, Misses Lydla and Lena Haynes and Mrs, Rosle Huynes spent Sunday here the guests of Mrs. Amon llatlcy. -Mrs. Ecld Crlce and Mrs. Ben Holly motored to Memphis rccenl- ly and spent the afternoon shopping. t The Baptist revival Is progress- Ins splendidly with the Kcv. Ste- phcsou delivering '.ho gospel discourses and Prof. John P. Rose as leader of the singing. There have btcn six additions to the church and large crowds arc attending tha WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 29, 19.10 lly of Hcber Springs. Ark., who nave spent several weeks here will return to their.home shortly. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Halford and sons, Jackie and Elmer, spent Sunday at Tyler, Mo., with relatives. George W. Allrcd was a recent Guest of the Hev. P. L. Prltcharu. pastor of the local Methodist church. BRIDGE BY ARTICLE NO. 30 WM. E. McKEKNEV Secretary American Bridge I.c;i;uo Another interesting hand from now leads a small heart from the tlwrajy, firming the nin. :,m, v.hich West wins with ih; Cj'.iec-n. Rcjardlos-; oD v.hat'Wesi Icac 1 !, the ' llcde Mr . nnd Mrs _ Aaron Hatle , j ..HVl.JJ'.v., I , J I t rtl t 1 '»• ,114. HUM 111L3. flUlUU Xld formerly of here and now o! Mem- I $ " fi° 0(l lllKl f01 ' a Christmas pres- Number Nine Ark were in phis, arc in the city today on busl-i ent for • s " meonc *''<o is rath«r! recently ;hord (o suit-either man or wo-j Tom i I(lfford nnrt Gcorge w A ,,. ' • • •; . ired made n business trip to Steele You can buy pasteboard, or Friday. wood toxc;. the right shape. The I oiy'n White, who is in a Sikes- laller Is preferable. Lacquer ..(Up 1 ton hospital, is reported improvin» inside a gay red or silver or gold,'and will soon be released. Paste a silhouette or some colorful I ouylc and Otis Hodge visited rel- cricdalloii on the top of the lid and a uvcs in Savannah, Tenn., last then oilier do a ffee hand bit oi| wee k. Bits of News Mostly Personal The Parent-Teacher association ML<s Hazel Hordln spent yesterday In Memphis. Mrs, Joe Klrby, of Paragould, ar- rlveU -last night for ''n brief 'slny with relatives. She formerly lived in this city. Mrs. J. A. Leech, accompanied by her -.father, Dr, p. Flint of Or- tingo, Cai:, are 'in Paducah," Ky for several days stny with relatives. Mr. and .Mrs. J.-E. Wlllxmrn have reiitrncd lo their home in Para- goiild after a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirby. They are Mrs. Kirby's parents. George R. CrockcH is attending lo buslpew fij west Plains, Mo., for a weejc-,'^' >; ( • -Mlss.-tell Willicims, who attends school 'In Mnrdn, Tcnn., siwnt the weekend with her parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Sidney Williams, nt Armorel. George Mcorc, of Memphis, Was th,2 guest of Miss Velcln Adcock for the weekend. Thomas Eskridee, who Is a student at Tupelo Military Institute of the school will-have booths, where sandwiches, candy, popcorn balls and cold drinks will be served. Admission to the main show ten and twenty centi. : • .. ...« •-,.•. • i Board Entertained. '• ' Mrs. R. L. Dedtnan cnlerlaincd the -12 members of the executive board of the woman's missionar) society in Ihe First Cnristlan Ehurch with a luncheon Tuesday at the home of her mother, Mrs. I. O. Westbfook. Amber glassware, used throughout the delectable menu, made an attractive combination with the centerpiece ol orange cosmos 'and. the place cards were of Hallowe'en design. Mrs. J. C. McHaney, president, told ol ner.recent trip to Washington.-'D. C., where] she attended the worlil convention! or the Christian church, in the '"business session ' whe'ri plans were also made for. a niee'ting of the entire group next Monday. .*••... Berean Class Has : a. Hallowe'en Party. The 20 members .ol the Berean Sunday. school class of the First j Presbyterian church who attended the'Hallowe'en, party Tuesday eve- i nlng.'at the home ot Mrs. Rcss Ste- I yens, especially enjoyed the odd-l decorations/. . ', -. | Pumpkins,'-with >; hats and pipes added to the visual Jack O Lantern f.fTect, wjre EcaUe'ted ihroughoul- the'.'trio of rooms,end false faces shaded the lights, whjle crazy c«t3 were-i also seen. Chrysanthemums and-dahlias were arranged In'low. bowls. i- '. Charades, readings by Marjorle Stevens, daughter of the hostess, ai-.d "a poem, "Arkansas" by Mr?.George Lange, entertained the ladies and later pumpkin pic with/ whipped cream ana- coffee was served. Mrs. Lange and Mrs. J. M. Crockett, of Columbia, Mo., were guests. at Tupelo, Miss., will spend the weekend at horn,:. Mrs, West Gray, who has been j ,111 lor several weeks, Is now belter. • Air. and Mrs- netlls Manes, of Armorel, spent the weekend in Lions and Ladies Play Corn Game at Country WKh after dinner speochc making barred from the program, Bly- llicvllle Lions, their ladles and guests made merry last night- nt a true to life county fair carnival, staged for their entertainment in Uie banquet room ol the Hotel Noble by Jimmy Boyd, local showman. Thu old fashioned corn gnme, wheel of fortune and other attractions furnished the evening's fun, and the lucky ones among the guests went home loaded with blankets, pillows, walking sticks and sacks of flour. The committee In charge of the affair was headed by.'Roscoc Crafton. He and other members of tlio i committee, Jesse Taylor, Max D. • Reid and H. J. Dodsoii, were llic ' barkers for (ho various concessions, and had no difficulty working up a lively business with stage money distributed In advance of the party. hist medallion. Over (he entire'box once lac. Let 11. dr.'y'a, couple of days and Ihen add a second coat. Even r. third coal, does not hurt. You Plan Woman's Exchange at Local Beauty Shop A Woman's Exchange is to be established nt tbo McAdams Beauty shop, sponsored by Mrs. C. M. Gray and Mrs. J. D. McDowell, which will have Us opening Saturday. All women of the clt-y nnd surrounding vicinity am invited to plncc tholr handiwork, crad articles, bakery products and other things for sale, Mrs. Gray nnd Mrs. McDowell will assist, "If it Is desired. In valuing the articles which will be at- trnctlvcly arranged S^ir displaying. I-r.ins says: "Gott in Himmcl, did n mule % kick me once already?" He got his girl nt "Sweethearts Fcr Sale." —Adv. usslstant operator of the telephone exchange. Miss Mabel Polk Is working In /right grocery store on Saturdays. Finlcy Talley and family of Le- piinlo, Ark., have moved to Cooter. will be surprised at howTomiwrv I f!'' Tn!!c v, '? a talcntcd m "sician, lively inexpensive this e i™ wUl i bein5 18 ° 0<1 •'" VCC; " and iust "'be, and U looks'like a "^,,,0,*^'^alTMrs. Hays Smith of .'Stcelc recently visited Mrs. Smith's patents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hol, ly ol Cooler, i Will Hedge nnd family have mov- T,,™ ' ' i c<1 frolu cllf to». Tenn., to thissec- LUXOliA, Ark.—Sunday morning I t:on. and evening iTtv. J.'C. Rorex of '. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Carothers Eudorn, Ark., conducted services a( and liUI[> daughter, Margery spent the First Baptist'church here. 'The 'Sunday in Sikcston. church has been 'without a pastor i Albert Allrcd who lias been con- since Sept. 1st and Rev. Rorex will I fined to his bed with typhoid fever probably be called to accept- the : is improving, pastorate of the church'nt art early The majority of the larmers of flfttc - ' ! this section have begun snapping —: , cotton. Head Courier News Want Ads. < Mr. and Mrs. Williams and fnm- Pastor Preaches at Jaixora Baptist Church Promise Land News Mrs. Worth Godwin of Armorel was n visitor In this community Mr. and Mrs. Will Williams and family were Blylhcvllle Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Oharlie Gray spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. c Davis. MJiscs Bertha and Dulvi? Ball were the Sunday guests of Miss Geraldlne Gaines. Mr. Murray Stewart and family of Blylhcvllle were tl-o guests of Walter Stewart Sunday. Mrs. Henry Nipper was the guest of Mrs. Walter Stewart Friday afternoon. Miss Betty Flakes of Blytheville spent Saturday night mind Sunday with Misses Ora and Dora Davis. Misses Bertha and Uulvie Ball visited Misses Ethel .Mae and Irene \Villlaims on Thursdnv of week. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Dickscn of Recce were the guotts of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. P. Burks last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Eskrldge and son, Ford, visited Mrs. Merlin Ray of Chlcol Ridge, Sunday. Mrs. Linnle Baker was th? guest of M.I-J-. Less Frazler, Sunday. Mrs. H. L. Hnlsell visited in Mississippi the rst of last week. Mrs. Less Frazier and her sister Mrs. Wylla Ball were ISlythevilU; shoppers Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Russell Gaines of Burdette wiis Ihe Sunday guest of her mother, Mrs, M. H. Garner. -Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stewart wore entertained with a radio party at the home of Mr. Walter Stewart, Saturday night. Miss Gladys Birmingham spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. Sidney Bryeans cf Blytheville. Hospital Notes Patients admitted to the Blytheville hospital'today are: Mrs. c C Hanson, Hotel Noble; Mrs. S j Dunklin, Hotel Ncble. the Championship" Tournament. dtclorer is now assured of six no of (ho State of Pennsylvania is I rum p. given belcw. Either of the two •lourlh best openings that West has to make will nol defeat the contract. The only lead that will defeat the contract is tiie opening of The mcst mtcrestlnc plr.y crms t.;> at the table where the c;uecn of .uarts wns opened. Hct'larer w?.s lorced to win with tlic ace and then take five rcunds of the thr^e card suit, and (he hand' East, thlnkhr/his partner htld four visitors, inu.u te played very carefully even 1 hjaits to (lie queer. j i; ,-k, irn. then. WEST S-J.5.J. H-Q-/-10 D-l-S C-J.8-7. 2 KOBTH S—10-9 H-6-3 D-K-Q.7-3-2 SOUTH-DEALER S-VK-B H-A-9-7.4 D-^-to-e C—A-10-5 EAST s-a.?6-4 • H-K-8. 6-2 0-9.5.4 C—9-3 Bears are nearly all left-handed. A wild bear wilt practically always throw its weight on the right paw and work with its left. The Il-dtling Under ll,e writer's system, the bidding would be South two no rump, West pass, North three clubs. Tills shows at a four- card club suit and one and one- hall tricks. East pass, South four no trump, North I:DW goes to five diamonds, shotting a five-card diamond suit. Scuth can now fisurc that North holds a five and a four- card suit, both headed by the king, | queen, and goes lo six no trump. The I'liiy ! If a club is opened the declarer! makes six no trump without any! trouble as he allows it to ride to : I his ten spot. This then gives himjj five diamond tricks, four club tricks, I the ace of hearts and the ace and' kir.g of Epades. With the deuce of spades-opening, I ho play is more interesting. Dummy covers with the ten, West . : s forced to -play the queen, which declarer wins with the ace. Declarer leads the ace cf diamonds and then -his ten of diamonds, ovcr- t.aki.i'g in the dummy with the king and continues until he has played Iho five, fiamcnd tricks. On the fourth and fifth diamond declarer discards the four and seven of hearts. East discarding the (cur and Ux of spaces. West is forced to make three discards, therefore discards the three of spades and. the jack and ten of hearts. Declarer j dropped the four of hearts and (hen i Hid klnj cf hearts, unblocking the suit. The de:',u-er dror.p:;! (l;c lour and seven of hearts, West was | forced to make t'iree discards and i discarded....thr ( ei; c . iivuH tpadcs. | TliiE'*tin''o£'sjiaiSf was '.!'.cn !e.l Irom £v.mnv, whfcli Fa-.t ri'luscd to cover, declarer wlnninj v.'itii the j nee, West follcv.-inj with the jack. Declarer's next liud was Ihe kinj of spatics, Y/est drcppod ths L.." of hearts. Declarer then put West in Ihe lead, wiih the nine of hearts nnd forced 1 him to lend ebbs. The queen of hearts c;}3!!inj is the only lead tliati will d-f;nt the hand, tut East must dis:ard the king of hcafts, nnd on the last diamond. West must discard wlnteve: the declarer discards. OPENING WOMAN'S EXCHANGE Saturday at MRS. ;u ADAM'S HEAUTY SHOP ItU .v First St. - George. Tlie marriage cf Miss Wab2 Cteorge and Mr. James Darnell, both*. of Braggadocio. Mo., took place', here this morning. Justice Ed Walker, performed the ceremony: * » • Copdand-Copcland. MUs Mildred Copciand and Mr. Sanvcopcland, both ol here, were married yesterday by Justice Oscar Alexander. i"<ead Courier News Want Ads. Set'J-.Ole , and . hU wonderful Swedish sweetheart In "Sweethearts For Sale." —Adv. Industry's NEW FRONTIER INDUSTRIAL development follows the power line. \Vidfsprcad electric transmission . systems — replacing small isolated plants—have given tlic small communities and countryside the same high grade of power supply as the big cities have. America's industrial future is in the small towns. To this new frontier of industry, the electric transmission line lias blazed the way. ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER COMPANY "A I Your Service" See Gotrocks get his widow, (or! Ihe widow get Got rocks) in! "Sweethearts For Sale." —Adv. t IVERSARY ;We'extend sincere thanks for the patronage given us since the opening of our stove and desire to show our appreciation by giving unusual values in all departments. The prices quoted below include all Fall and Winter Dresses, Coats, Hats and Hosiery. Ever y item offers substantial savings. Starting Thursday Morning • DRESSSES • $45.00 to $49.50 Values Now $3519 $35.00 to $39.50 Values Now $29.50 $25.00 to $29.50 Values Now $19.50 $16.50 to $19.50 Values Now $12.50 • COATS$69.50 Values $59.50 $95.00 Values $79.50 $45,00 to $49.50 Values Now $39.50 $35.00 to $39.50 Values Now $29.50 $25.00 Values Now $19.50 $16.50 to $19.50 Values Now $12,50 1 RACK OF COATS $16.50 and $19.50 Values 6 ALL HATS Greatly Reduced ftW5K«, '-t'-i,-\~' f»?W^J Iffeit FULL FASHIONED HOSE 42 Gauge Chiffon, All the Desirable Fall Colors 1 Small Charge For Alterations Positively No Lay Away Merchandise willgo on Sale ! VANITY FAIR HOSE GOSSARD CORSETS MISS WHITSITT'S SHOP

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