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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 13, 1933
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PAGE TWO BLYTEEV1LLE, (AHK.) COUKitiK NEWS •FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13,-11MJ Social Calendar SATURDAY'S EVENTS Children of Confederacy meeting with Miv Martha Rabbins nt Slcele. Mcthodlils Will Ha\c All Day MrcliiiR. Members of Ihe woman's missionary society of the Firs; Mcll.cdlsl church will, meet .it the church Monday mornins. 10 o'clock, for an all day mcc'.iiii; when ttic mission study 'and Bible lesson books will be cviii'lelcd. Each member will take a Hindi. Entertains Clul). Mrs. W. li. Horiier used uulunin (lowers for decorating her home yesterday when sire entertained the members of the Mid-Wcek Bridge: club and Mines. A. B. Fairfield and Hunter 0. Sims. After a two course luncheon bridge was played with Mrs. Fair- ficlci winning t'r.e pike. » piece of white pottery. Has Guests :n Chili. Mrs. George R. Callioun ot flldgo- top, Tcnn., liouscs'.icst of her daughter^ Mrs. Itussclt Phillips, and Mr. Phillip?. Mrs. J. W. Morse. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs and Mrs. Max Miller were., guests of Mrs. Everett n. Get 1 when she also had members of Hit Thursday Luncheon club for (he weekly luncheon and bridge same. The small tables had centerpieces of zinnias. Mrs. R. F. KirsIiiH-r won the club prljc, a sheet, and a haiidkcrchl?! was presented Mrs. Morse lor (jiicsi honors. Club lias Guests. When Mrs. K B. JOVIHT had lite Thursday Contract club tiiis neck she also cnlertalncd Mrs. J. \V. Adams jr., and Mrs. Bill Uolnn. Rows and vinnins decorated the living rocm where Hie two tables of ladles played bridge. The club prize, u double ilcck of cards, was won by Mrs. O. K. Keel 1 . ' and Mis. Dolan received a handkerchief for lilgii guest score. A salad plate was served with cofJee. !-. K. 0. Meets. A rcpoil of the r. E. O. aiuii'im convention at Kansas city remillj was given by Mrs. u. A. Lynch a a meeting Wednesday at (he licmi of Mrs. II. A. Smith. Milps. J. A IjCCCh. A. Cou\vay and II. H. llouc:i- ins also attended the meeting; The 15 present, which included one gugsl, Mrs. Kirkpatrick o: Charleston. Mo.. houscBiiest of Mrs A. Con way. and Mr. Con way, enjoyed a luncheon. Cole-Orr. Mi-s Mcdena Orr and Oils Cole botli of this city, were united ir marriage Saturday bv the Itev. J Blullord Caldwcll. Mosciy-Kobinson. The marriage of Sara Hal) Hob- Inson, cf Half Moon, to Home Moscly, of Gosnell, occurred Sat iirday with the Rev. S. M. Wn'.soi reading Ihe service. » • » I>avis-Brown. Announcement has been m.idc o the marriage of MUs Helen Browr and Hubert Davis, both of Lusora Tee Rev. S. Nt. Watson officiated Havr Ilunco I'^rty Mrr.cs. Ray Hall. W. G. Mr.xwcl O. E. Workman and Jesse Seaman had a Bunro parly Wednesday afternoon at thc Hall home. 'They rombincd their entertainments for "vuniihlng" parties bfing sponsored by the Parcnl-Teaclicr association of the Sudbury school snd each of the giics'-."; will have a rimilar affair. The sum of ten cents each is paid, which sots lo the trt-asury cf the P T. A. Mrs. J. P. Friend ivon thc high fcorc prize, a vase, n batli set went to Mrs. Louie Hardin for thc traveling n*aid and thc low prl/c. a jar of peprter hash, went to Mrs. B. J. Allen. Pumpkin pic. topped with whipped cream and nut5. was scrvcc to the 2t) prcocnt. c * - Daujblcr I'.crn Mr. and Mrs. Joe O Tr:esc!l- man announce thc birth of a daughter lasl n'^iu nt Uicir home on Ihe Yarbro road. Tlic baby, wlio weighs fcvcn and a fourth: pounds, has been named Sally Ruth. POINTED OR. ROUMO-'/OU CAN TAKE YOUR CHOICL. '-RIGHT- RED FELT WITH A BUCK rWHER.-BRUSH ORNAMENTING THt PfrAK '1<' '"M?F.r-T-BROWN K'.T WITH AN ORHA- HtHT OF ORANGE- FEATHERS. News- ot Blythevillc Schools BtTTER TEKHIK 'S on moved a largo amount of Hie excess dirt front the pa>lo(Bcc to he atrilctic "field. Several loirts of dirt were scattered over the pl»y- field while a large amount was dumped at the north end of the irldtron, Improving the condition!! there very materially. Ti:c now fill will enable the 100-yard dash Iraclt to be extended from tix lanes to eight lanes. Hayti iiocietv — Personal able to attend school this-' week :luo to chills. Hugh Drltton motored lo Slccle Sunday and returned liomc accompanied by his wife, and children, who had been vkjllnx Ilic inlttr's itiotlici 1 , Mrs. J. iMlior- ttm. who has been ill. %IOHT-AVISOR 3E OF ilLAOK. rELT WITH GROS- TRIMMING. A meeting of approximately uu- .superintendents and principals | from leu norllieast Arkansas conn- j lies was held last Friday at Jones-1 boro In the interest of the Arkah-1 sas Program lor the Improvement., of Tcachlnt'. This program Is be- j Ing lnaiii!i;rnled tills fall and Is lo [ extend over u psrlod of four years. U will be dlreclcd by curriculum experts from Peabody college and ' the University of Arkansas. It Is tt:e objijetlvc of the program lo Improve i tic leaching In Arkansas and to revise Hie curriculum in keeping . with present day needs. I 'Hie meeting Friday was lield for the purpose of inducing thc ciiu- ealors in tills section of (lie slate o organize, study groups this winter as a preliminary slcp in the program. A bulletin, which was developed In Peabody college by n group of Arkansas people the i»sl summer, will be used In the course, 'IVo Iccnl teachers. Miss Rosa M. Hardy and Crawford Greene, served on Uic committee, lliat prepared UK liiillcllii. The meeting at Jonesboro was attended by Miss Hardy, Mr. Greene. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner and Charles A. Stubbs of (lie local school system. Ketliley, l)L-hn Tcac!:ers calli Cleveland. Miss. 1:30 11 in.—Address, Dr. II. fJawson, president Arkansas Education association. 2:00 p.m.—liepon ol nimmiltccs: i iiilroducllon of nciv officers. i 'i:15 p.m.—County urouji meet- i ings. The leaky annex building in which Smith-Hughes students hold their classes has been covered with a new galvanized tin roof. Dale*-Williams. Ben Leonard Williams of Hel viia, Ark., and Miss Virginia Irene OalKi of Kcnnctl, Mo., wrrc married at the home of Ihe Rev did Mrs. J. 11. Bulllneton. Sunday afternoon. The ring ccrii- I indny was said by Mr. fiulliiv on. The lirid; and groom Observe Education Week in Schools of City The high school parcnt-lcaclicr 1 . i(CCm lnJK , hy Mr . an ,i Mrs . j. association has contributed 425 to I j. • -- • • •• the high school library for the pur- '. ' jxisc of ordering magazines for the | school ycnr. Kkron News Notes Mrs. L. Lambert ol Indiana is visiting her daughter. Mrs. S. C. Trammel Miss Ethel Widner and Jets Hoggard were married Sunday, October B. *''•!' Mr. Harding and family visited Mrs. Clay over the weekend. billion dollars in paper Ten Urewer of Kennell. and lhc »un>. a Miss Dales of i Kcnnetl. 1'he bridn was aliircd I i-i a dark iravellng suit. Fol-l . . Itoviiif the ceremony the couple money is shoveled into a > left for Keiintu. after which they inotoicd on lo Helena, where they will make their home. -The groom is a manager of a Junior High The Hcv. p. Q. ru>rie spoke during the assembly hour at Joiner [ ^ro'ijer'store at Helena, "and the .... _. . ... ,.,. , lauglil fcl'.ool near Ken- ingtori, I). C., furnace every day. Ti'.c local schools arc making preparations tor the eelebrallon o!' American Education Week. Noveui- \ bcr 0 to 12. Plans arc being made to provide speakers for ilie school Tuesday. Ills subject was "Talents." and lie ciupliaslz- moM of the i! hy one-talent \ people, who very oflen do not use bride nut. I Woman's Missionary union i e!:urch met nl the! to provide speakers tor ills various | , fl Uvo , lfl ,. a[ ,,,, cm , clubs and organizations in the cuy. . c|uskm , thc ulk Johll i, ar|l was The schools will plan their nidi- l clwirm;m ol lhc program . ' Programs developing the idea of lire prevention were presented this j ol the Baptist „ .. -, Hint, talent well. Prances Slioiisc J)cmc 0( M ,. s . Dnvcy Moorc Wc d-| virtual programs and efforts will b? made lo secure Ihe visitation of large I l,ers. cue Mcore, and aftcrnoon with n mem-!,..,,, visitor, Mrs. H. MA1> one visitor, H.| Mrs. I. Last Time Today 25c NITE 10c-a.ic of Miss Sam- Miss Marshall's home- llie schools on tl:e pan of a t.uB'-- v v v. v numb?r of patents and friends of ! „,.,, , , the school. I room Sllpl. Crawford Greene has np- '., ) pointed the Icllowins teachers to. ' "I"' 5 of l! > 1 ' ™ E »6 ltE n cliiss IMS In chaw of Hie prosram for iliel l^seulod a program Monday mor week in their respective schools: high ECliool, Miss Laura nnsscll: Junior high school. Miss Monta Hughes; Central school. Mrs. Jo; Craig; Lange school. Mrs. H. A. Hi- mcr; Stidbury school, White. Mrs. Cecil Teaching Force at assembly, commemorating the 80th birthday of James Whitcomb Hiley. An interesting Hiley exhibit on display. Mr. and Mrs. W arc sending thc literary Digest- lo Ihe Junior high school library. Thc junior high H.T.A. has recently subscribed for nine maga- II. Brasher, prisent. In 11 short' iHisiness mcelins plans were made I to attend Hie Associiitional \V. M.j U. meeting 1C' !it held at Holland] today. I Hilly Finnigan of Tuba. (ja\a., ,s here visiting his aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. B. Dcweeso. Billy, »lx> fonnerly attended the | Ei-Iiuols here, recently returned , f-oin a irip lo Budapest, where ne Williams | aitcjided n Nation-wide-Boy Scout jKICHAItl) TER MORRIS itnrl CENEVIEVE T.OIJIN in WJIEN ! meeting. lie was selected as the ! cielegaic from the staie of Okla-' homo. I. . , , , , i F. J.•Cunningham lias.been iin-j •/mes for use m junior high school. : 1 Tile following program on Fire at FacuUv Meeting ' Prevention was given at Junior [ at racuny meeting , ijgh _ sclim)1 Wc[im , S( |. lv . Ame rica,i group singing^ the President's A jjeiieral fiiciiliy iiiecliiig of the proclamation. Homer Bfsharsc;' city schools MS held Monday a[- \v]i 0 Am I? (Carelessness). Rulli - THt PAPER- DAG CROWN OF BEIGD VELVET WITH BOWS OF BROWN. ;(Q. A DINNER. CAP OF V3LACK. VELVET WITH A TINV CSIN VEIL rnh R r i fRR n f [ fun H.L.H, ; tcrnoon at Hie Inuh school | the entire leaching force prcicnl. ! 'I'be meeting wns eonilucleri by i Supt. Crawford Greene. The fol- wus given: report Billy j Sybil' Declarer Saves Needed Trick by Pulling Opponent in Lead ! of tile Jonesboro meeting on Cur-' i liculum Revision iirugrani. Miss ' Rosa Hardy; "Wliat Teaching • ! Means to Teachers," Miss Mary Superintendent Crawford Greene MeHancy; "The Contribution of ol the local schools has announced the folloa'hu; program ol tr.c Ncrlh- casl Arkansas Education association, of which he is picMdenl, fof its amiiinl meeting at Joncr-boro.! Saturday, October 38: 8:00 a.m.—Registration by E. I,. Wliiiiitt. secretary of Hie associn- ' B - '!• Wilkie. regional director ol Hon. ainl J. W. Knykciidall. tecre-1 Smilh-IIuglies «ort:. was a visitor lary ot Hie Arkansas Education us- !lt the Hmilli-Hiiglies rteparlmenl soci-ation. of the local Irish s^iool Tuesday 8:'JO a m.—Musieal program, ban;!. Guy French, band director.'.M-kan- ' rl!c Rridinni tin Haley Field war sas Slale college. | lllc direct benefactor from con 0:00 a.m.—Call to order. R. s. sanction oiKratlons of Hie ne\ Tlhoadcs; facts and figures, Urcwcr; The Fire Kiend. Sybil lirackin; What- Firemen Do, Mar- j jorie Warren; What to Do in Time of Fire, Blati S. Heath: Fire First Aid, Chuck Long; Fire Drill, Room Inspection, ami Clean Up. Mothers! In Ireating cliildrcn's cxslds, don't take chances., use PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS \\. C. FIELDS COMKi)Y CARTOON SATURDAY :MAT. ;inil Mite—lOu - 2."i Dull children to the History of HIE World," J!its Winnie Virgil Tin 1 - //:,,;, ««/i n/ .7 "'.'/" • «5CHOW four clubs. Soutli five clubs mid ^"" - shouUIT |;°%f a ° y tc bix club5 ' j West's opening lend w;is the "lam cuntnel in \ queen of hearts. Soulh '3lioul(l wli. 7c(!nyV, Contract Problem N OHTI! mill Smith urrUo ai v r s on Ihe lollowlus band Hov,- slioniil [lie liand be ulnyed tn make tbe eoiitraef North * A J D V 3 S I * K 1 +<\mi-l 4S? V 3 7 603 (. ? 5 +QJ 106 <j, K Q10 5 3 2 » A 2 ^ A J '• + S 6 AG( yKQIO Kaal Wost- hitioti iii next issue Rainwater, vicc-presldeni: introduction or lhc president. Crawlord Greene; invoci\tion. Rev. H. Lynn Wade, p.istor Flrsl Methodist church. Jonesboro: address of welcome, v. C. Knys. president Arkansas State college, Jonesboro. 9:30 a.m.—General announcements and committee reports. 9:45 11.111.—Address, noan C. E. Prall. University of Arkansas. pcstoffice. this week. The contmc 666 I '•inuirt. Tablets, Palve, Nose Drops | Checks Malaria in '! days, Colds | "rst day, Uead.ichps nr Ncuralffia; hi 30 minutes. Fine Laxative ;md Tonic Most Spcrdy Remctiifs Kuown ROX Friday & Saturday G. G. Caudili General Irvsuiancf HHJ N. Ittuadnay Phone 737 MAT. & NITE— THE' PICTURE has EVERYTHING! nith Ihe kins and Immediately tnkc two rounds ol Hump. West show; ciil, discarding two hcaits. DeclaiYr should IICM lend :i ,sin.ill dinmond, win in dummy with tin queen, play the ace of hearts ttnf discard the nine of diamonds. A small heart should llwii be trump- cd and Ihe aec and kiu>.j of diamonds led. : If East refuses lo nil! Uic sec- i ond diamond, but discards « .<ipiide lhc declarer should tlicn lead i , small club mid throw East in thc i lead wllh Hie queen of rlubs. Eusi • in list lead away Irnm his king of I spades or i)lay a hcnrl which ttic : declarer will lrnmi> wilh thc eighl ' of clubs, diseaidini; Ibe lotiny spade r,V W.M. E. SleKKSNKY ! from dummy. Srcrdary, Ainrriean Urldcc l.r.ifiir: (Copyrishl, ID3'J, NBA Service. Inc.i 'lilt; preceding problem, shewn i here, presents a simple method ol : Braggadocio B. Y. P. U. assuring the less ot only oue "'.it: j,, . », n rt- of IMO apparently loMiia liieks. by i lorcing the opponculs into tlic, proper lead. i The l:aud, by ll'.e way, also fur- - ( nisl;es a les-^on hi bidding : i Solution lo Previous Contract Problem 10:15 a.m.—Address, commission-,! sr of education. KM5 u.m.--DDp.iilmcnla| mccl- iiiBs. chairmen: urimavy groups.! Misses Nclle Simkins anci Winnie i Virgil Turner; intmmediate srsup, j Chnrle.1 A. Stubbs:. junior high] school sroup. Miss Annie Camp: high school divisions, social science. C. I,, nivri; mulhematics and science. Dean B. Eilis: English. Mrs. C. U Mcore; Smith-Hughes. F.. B. Matthews. 12:00— Executive's •unchcon. Dr. Fred Keller, toaslmaslcr. 1:00 p.m.—Address, rres. \V. M. Elects New Officers Bits oj Neucs Mostly Personal 4 A ' V A li 2 4 <n ;• *0 6 5 * J J 7 2 4, K 1 n s :, VQ.I10 sr. j 10 s i A No 111; N \V K i i i I * r, s * Q J l « 4 (5 S .1 VK 4 A K n + A K f BRAGGAIJOC1C. Mo -Olfk-crt llii: loeal B. Y. r. U.. rlecleb uuiny t\ishl. :irr: Hoy Curtis Mieral director: Rnymond Oallii- ssislatn iiircetor; Cliiilor. Wo helniitt !» (ho NRA hccausu \vc mint to do ntir par!—NOT f»r sellish husincss reasons. \Vc ri-.siii'flfiilly solicit yniir jfrotery business on (In 1 Iwsis <if I'AIK PRICES, GOOD QUALITY and COU- RECT WEIGHTS and .MEASURES. Phone 234 Rite Price Grocery & Market T. H. Van Uibbtr, Proprietor. Corner Main it l''irsl The ml-ie«ing •y« of Chorlia Chan solves o baffling murder —and bringitogelher two sweethearts torn apart by suspi- elen and fear. CARTOON - - SERIAL ^GILBERT iirr. v'cuc'll Lewis, pi.inlst. ami Ilert ! n.'Haher. ehnristei. Group orsan- j I/aliens v.ill bi- co:n|ili'led next i Sunday uiglit. I i Tom Ijcwis. who li^s lieen ill uiili muhiria [.'vrr, is improving. [ Jir.- 1 . Miirllm Hn-ut u! Mi-mphit i^ vi.silinc her p.ireul:.. Mr. auc Mrs. T .C. Lrwls. :mcl nlhri relu- Mrs., li. B. Uilcn and djii^l. Mrs. E ts. Jolnuon. ot &-ITCII \Voih., will arrive Monday tor ;i vibit with Mrs. Hilcn's daughter. Mi's. 'A. Conw'ny, and Mr. Conway. Mrs. Uilcn. \vlio lias been visilinc In Kentucky rcr a, \vill go to her home following licr stay l.rrr. Mrs. Anne Stevens roller, who has been visiting in Chicago lor 10 ilnys, will arrive honic lomorro*- :it- Irruocn. Mrs. iJoolic Ilnll is in Atiblin and . Tcsus. for a two weeks vis it with her mother and three sis- Icrs. Dorolliy Jean HiuGinson, daughter OV Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Higgln- MOH, lias recovered Ironi nil illnoss or nmlarla. O. C. Gnliskc tins returned Iron) -.1 btiyliiif trip to St. Louis. Mrs'.-- B.-, S. Simmoas lisiled In Memphis Thursday Mrs. A. C. Hovcy. 'jlio has been Tlic Iliililins For iii>laria-. vhi-n Scii'.h i:ui c:v cl'.i l o iiiui \\Vt-l ii,ix..;'(l, Ntuili jniiip- cd to two no liuiup. 'lhi> jump i-' two nu Irumii over pintni'rV oiiu- iiKil bxl of cue ill a suit <!o:-s no' deny hiipixiri for parlni-i^ MII:. ijiii st:ilW Hint tin- bidder irV::-. nun- is a lit lo Iho t:alld. A jump bid Ui t-.\u u, iiuniii shoiiki ncvrr In- nndi- -AIIII ::--. 1 than two cf n partner's -uii. .md Hlcll only wh"ll ll.c- sid... :.I:IK ;ui: of Mieb rxci-ili-iil slini!:l:i i.:ii ;i lit Is ncl iif.-tes.siry nl s>.ulr.'-r': bull Alti-r Norths mci tin iiiiiuii °-'>!ii bids Hirer dlaiuoi;;:... .N'orlt (;re.-lon Bni'"!'. Kn> lu 'lid Cli-i) Fivlv.cll Inv i'lilc'1 for ,seniii -.ulli lacing -ii ac- Cuil- LS?*' ill somo time, was taken to Ktid-. : ln Memphis. nrr'.s elinir. Lit Memphis yi'Mciflay. Or. Kdna Nu-s and. Mr>. Hicplirn H. Hrooks nccoiiii:an1rd her. Mis. C G. Smilu «n.s in M> 111- phLs yoMcrdny. : Byron Mpi'Sc andiU. K. Kirsli- nar ntlcnded'lo business in S'.ult- g.iH and Little Rock Wrdnesdny. Mrs. T. E. Tale spent Thuitduy Miss MLurie Ixma unit IXiiial'l • lid il'ic U.ili- Uoir; w< i-c litkcn !•• CUJH- ( S:iimd;iy fur IOIIM! n]x-r:itioiis. 'lhr\ reliui Sunday. Mr. :tnd Mr:;. Horl Srunncr had :i:-. Hli-lr u»i>ts K-ind.iy llv.- Hev. Mr. Ciookrr. I lie- lli-v. Mr. lirown ; nd Mr. nml Mi>. A. Y. lluc-kn Nation dinl Tuesday uf :i'o;ssy. Hr \:- Miivlvnl by Ills wile. lint SKlnnr.-, lioy f:ui-;is and :\. y. HuckMlxi alleiuied the ban- i|i;et given by lhc Sinclair Itelni- iiV Co.. nl the hole!. Kriinell. Kiiil.iv ulslii. (Tiles) uir- rd vilhonl (lie knife. Skin I.UHCI, .\aritcisnl veins. Inn- slls removed non-surcir.illy. DRS. NIKS and NIES Urfiec 511 Main I'liunc 1'S Unique Meets the Demand For BETTER Cleaning r briratisi- lu: rrilk'<il »r hi" 'on cdlltatud t" licllrr work tluin lit; received a few ydAvs :ijr». Aitlotl hy Ihe lirst niacliiiifry and new iimi'e.ssrs our \vorknH':i |in)(luci: r;tlill.- li?ss work. \\'a iiivile you lo compare our \voik with thai of any other plant. RE-TEX HESTOUKS MKK TO 1'ABIUCS ni(|ue Cleaning Service "Raises the'Standard" *' ith Rulierl Armstrong Mac Clarke Tod l!ro«'nin{, r 's Sunday - Monday MAT. and NITE—Ilk-Sac ^^ THE s lyingest tonsue in ail ',lfcland...but the one lie she couldn't make herself Believe was trial she this charming stranger from the olher iide of the world m P/ Ml "Slrungc As It Seems" And Serial Sunday - Monday MAT. anrl'MTK—lOe BEACH gives-th« screen his great wtstotr- "The GpOK Womari,'' » romarke to entrance 700 ...a drama to thrill! OAYNOR IICH»«D "Km!" 0*1- l*»(fl»i Oirinnf fr I Spirit of Iho ('ampiis Series "Georgia Tech''. Comedy BAXTER in PADDY THE NEXT BEJT THING WALTER CONNOILV MARY McC ORMIC 1'itrumuuiU Nc«s Our (Jang Coiwxiy

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