The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 14, 1933 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 14, 1933
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(ARK.) COURIER NEWS Tcnn., Sunday. Tliey were accotn from this city and one from Deer- attended were: Dr. G. W. panicd home that afternoon by the former's father, J. If. Kan- Ing. Those from here were: Mines. Dr. C. W. Brown, Shelley 1. stiles, Shelley I. Stiles, A. P. Kersey, Jas. Musgrave, James 3. Wahl, dolph who had been In Oblon vls- M. Hooves, Glenn Vaudivorl, John E. Bragg, Lee Wolf, Eli N. sh iting his daughter. ski. Judge Sterling U. McCarly and S. Davis of Jonesboro, Ark., Miller and J. W. Tiplon. farml)>(! Intercut* and vlsitlnj his TUESDAY, NOVEMBER H, 1933 .Sbcial Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS auxiliary. First Pros- byteriah 1 ' 'church, week of prayer toweling;'at'church 7:30 i>. m. Delphian Fine ArU club, Hotel Noble, 8:30 n. m. Current Events club, Mrs. Chester Caldwtll hostess, J 7:3o p. m. Central Ward P. T. A. 3 p. m. THURSDAY'S EVENTS County-wide bridge luncheon, . sponsored by County Federation of Women's clubs, Woman's club, 1 o'clock. - , • Woman's auxiliary, First Presbyterian church, week of prayer meeting, 2:30 -p. m., at home of Mrs. W. A. Dcbyns. •v; Bible study, Church ot Christ, Mrs. S.' 'L. • Webster hostess at Home on So'utn Division, 2:30 P. ' M. ''FRIDAY'S EVENTS • Music department, Woman's club, 3 p. m., at home of Mrs. A. B; Falrfleld. Woman's auxiliary, First Prcs- byterlari church, v.'eck of prayer ' meeting',' at cmuch 1 p. m. with Miss Margaret Merrlt piano and Miss Maurlne son played piano solas. In .tlie regular missionary soc ety meeting Mrs. M, O. Usrcy of 'the theme -"A Service For World was. lender Thanksgiving Sisterhood." The social movement in Japan was discussed by Mrs. L. E. Tull for the . principal address. The hostesses were 'Mines. F. D. Smith, George Hamilton, W. M. Pylcs, Bryant Stewart, John Smothcrninn. II. P. Paddlsor. and M. O. Usrcy. Bra!* Cross Ruffing Often Not the Road to Best Results the Armistice -!i'y H»s 'Armistice Program " In keeping with 1 Day ' spirit of the post weekend the American Legion nuiilliuy •"Mel Friday evening, at the Wo- man's-Blub, with members of the American guests. Legion post as their ' Prayer Stadlts Members of (lie woman auxlli ary of the First' • PresbVtcrlan church arc observing the'week of prayer for foreign missions .with n series, of special • meetings. Today tlie group .met at the home of Mrs. C. D; -Wills. Tlie Wednesday meeting will be' ai the church al 7:30 p. m. Thursday prayer services will be held nl the home of Mrs. W. A. Dobyus and on Friday there will be a luncheon meeting ul the church. Mis. D. ft. Allen Is chairman of the committee In charge with Mrs. E. S. Spradley find Mrs. C.M. Gray at other members. . Bride K.lcct Entertained Miss Marguerite - Mason, whbse 'marriage lo George 'Gill will lake place Intc In this month, has returned from Joneslwo, her former home, where she spent a week. While there she was entertained with a number of affairs.Includ- ing n bridge pnrty given by • her hostess, Mrs. P. L. Winters, n buffet supper ft'llli Mrs. Arthur Jones us hostess, a luncheon given by Mrs. Roy Smith, a bridge pnrty by Mrs. Eugene Sloan and Mrs. li. o. Lynch, and a buffet supper with Mines Joe Mason nnd A! Cnnge and Miss Agnes Mason as hostqss- cs. • • • he celebraled in Gullrl Mwis B. Stout related n I The Stephen Episcopal Guild members sewed on choir robes In a meeting Monday afternoon al the home of Mrs. A. G. Lltlc' al "Fall-fields." . The ten present formed plans for making Improvements on tlin church. Cake and coffee was served. Today'6,Coriiracl Problem North is ''playliu llu fol- InwlnK hand at four siKidcu Kim oiions Iho sK of lieruts and West retn'rils a club. How should North proceed with the (,'ainc lo ih'ko contract? * A K S C 4 2 VQ 10 7 . . . + K Q 7 49 7 V A 8 '; 3' K Q 7 • + J S C 1 \v v. V K-J 9 C « J 10 S 'I + A 10 'J *Q 10 5 »4 2 * A 'J C C. I *5 3 2 Solution In next Issui. .14 clubs and would need' the queen of hearts- to pick up Hie outstanding (rump. His next play was the king of hearts. He coukl not lead any more trump, since he must ruff the two clubs, so he played the ace of spades, Mowing with ;. snjall spade, which was rullcd In dummy with the ten of hearts. . A small club was returned iind trumped with the five of hearts. A small diamond was played and won with.dummy's jack. The last club was played and trumped with the eight, of. hearts. Declarer then led the nine of mother, Mrs. Alice B. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. B. Warren of Willow Springs, Mo., were here Friday attending' to business. E. W. McElroy of Cape Glrnr- dcnu was here Friday unending lo business. lialph Plckcns of Caps Glrard- eau siwnt the weekend here vlsit- Im; his nunl, Mrs. Dosen Wells, and Miss Thelma Alexander. Moncttc Burrls, daughter of Mrs. Mable Burris, is 111 with malaria (ever. Mcsdamc.s F. H. Scoflcld and C. Courlway of Cliurleslon. Mo., attended tlie W. M. U. Institute of Training held here at the Baptist Church Friday, they also visited Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Compere. The Young Woman's Association of the Baptist Church will nicr-l at the church with Misses Anna The advance ot colors was given by Boy Scouts, followed : by the allegiance to the flag before Mrs. Edgar Borum read the preamble to the constitution. Mrs. Howard Proctor, president, welcomed the visitors and the response was given by Nelll Reed, post commander. Mmes. Russell Fair, Paul U Tlpton nnd George M. Lee sang two selections wllli Miss Margaret Mcrrltt at the pl- 'ano. C. J. Little told ol the first Armistice, which •France and R. story of Dud Cason and why tlie post tfas named In Ills honor. . It was voted to cooperate with the Central P. T. A. in having an operation performed upon a child .of a diseased veteran. A committee, of Max B. Reid and Bernard Ooocli, from the legion, and Mre. Edgar Borum and Mrs. A. M. Washburn from the auxiliary, was appointed to draft resolutions In the passing of Mrs, .C. J. Evrard. • It was announced that the com- xmlttec appointed to attend quorum 'court in the Interest ot securing jin appropriation for the- main-* •tennnce of a county health uhjt here would attend the 'January meeting of quorum court when Solution to Previous Contract Problem HV WM. K. .HcKENNKV Secretary, American. Bridge Simply because one hand is .void in one suit and Iho. other is short in another. ll;,docs not follow that the correct procedure of play Is to crcss-rulf Hie hand out. In the following- hand, South could see that, the diamond suit Is practically sol. Therefore, there was no necessity of trying [o run' the spatlc suit -out', as they could be discarded on the good diamonds. However. It Is necessary to rull the losing clubs, so the declarer Inul to be caretul In the handling of trump.' ' • '• Anthony Hoen. recognized as one of the outstanding players of Buf- diainonoX won In dummy with tlie ice, led the. queen ol hearts and picked up the last trump, discard- ng a small spade from his own hand. Noiv an ],e hud to do was to lend the king of diamonds and pick up the outstanding diamonds. The two losing spades were discarded on (he two good diamonds. Mac Khourie, Clara Glllem and Manic Alexander acting as hostesses. Mrs. H. G. Harmon and daughter, Giada Mai visited In Memphis Saturday. Mrs. Joe Jaflee and son, left for Memphis Sunday afternoon to vis- t their husband anil father, who s now employed at Memphis. J. T. Buckley accompanied by Bits oj Neics Mostly Personal the yearly be nude. appropriations' are to Dr. A. M. Washburn gave a report of the national convention at Chicago and of the four points in the rehabilitation program. The meeting was dismissed by Mrs. C. E. Cr'Jjer, chaplln. Doughnuts and coftee-wcrC'Sorv- falo, N. Y * K.Q 9 . * 76 3 * A K 3 643 Mliss Virginia Terry has [returned, from (lie Memphis Baptist hos- pital'where she underwent'an appendicitis operation. : Mrs. A. Con way spent yesterday in Memphis. George Aldridge, of Birmingham, Ala., spent the weekend here us the guest of Mrs. May L. Atdrldse.' J. T. Gee. of Mnrston. Mo., was the guest, of his son,. Everett 13. Gee. and family, during (he weekend. Mr. and Mr, and Mrs. Ernian Luttrell spent last week-end ui Little Rock. and return lo Richmond, Va.. tomorrow where he Is an instructor at. the Univer- ed. * » • Membership, Flag Button Sale QuoUs Are Ktiched ' The American Legion auxiliary completed two 'drives in the Armls- Kot Springs, tice Day celebration. The quota Robert, Smart of.75 In the-membership drive was reached with Mrs. W. J. Pollard as chairman. In the flag' button sale Saturday $4024 wns contributed here In the sale under the direction of Mrs.'E. B. .Woodson and Mrs. F. P. Jacobs, of Grider, was in charge of the sale in the southern part of the county "when $7.31 was obtained. These quotas' exceeded last year's results in I these campaigns. Misses Mars' Elizabeth, Borum and Bumelle Bradley won the-dollar prize for selling the most buttons. « • • Club Will Siudv ; "Bocks And Words". " ' ' New books und new words will be studied by members of 'the Current Events club In its second meeting Wednesday evening. 7:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Chester Caldwell. Mrs. Farnsworth ; Black 'is lo be leader. In addition 'o book reviews, to 1 be given by ?. ivjmber of the incin- '. VerSj there 'win be an informal discussion of "words." This club, v:hfch meets every other Wednesday evening. Is made up of a group of 12 young matrons who plan to study matters which ; are of most:-mteresl to the world I in general at this time. The first [ study was oh. "The Germany ol ;• Today." For tiie next study "The !• Sew Russia''- Is to be taken up. . Rev. and Mrs.-W.-V. Wtnack Complimented The Rev. and Mrs. W.V. Wom'• ack, formerly of Batesvillc, Ark., j who have-moved here to reside , while the Rev. Mr. Womack is ; pastor of the First Methodist '• church, were guests of honor at • a luncheon given Monday nt the . church by .the .woman's, missionary j society. ''•--• Included In the 80 guesls were : also . members of 'the Board of ;• Stewards. Mrs. J. E -.Critz wns tqsstmistress and greetings were . . extended from chairmen of all . departments of the church. Mines. - Paul L. Tipton, Russell Parr .'and George M,- Lee sang' two-selections Mr.;. Lee Mcdliu and participating In Ihe *7 .. "." ~ V Q I 0 C I : -.-« A K J S 4 * S 5 2 *JS4 J ».J 7 2 10 5 + QJ.10 7 A A I u S G a V A K S 0 ;t •t None Duplicate Drirlr.u—None Vul. Opening lead— 4, K South. .\Vcst Xni-th . Hut 14 2» 5* 5V 3* Pass Pass ,, 2 » •i *i* r> * ~> V Pass Pass M recent' Canadian-American chain - ilonshlps, received top score on the Mrs. J. following board by making - seven Tenn. odd. While scvernl olhert pairs arrived at-the grand, slam contract, .they failed to mnke their contract because ol mishandling of the trump situation. The king of clubs was opened and Mr. Iloen trumped wllh the Hayti Society — Persona! . A Nfission Study Institute wa hcd at the Baptist Church Fiida 1 with representatives present froii Kansas City, Atlanta, Ga., Charleston, Kctmclt. Dexter, Warden, and Haytl. The devotional was read by Mrs. A. G. Sanders of Hayti. followed by the discussion of Y w A. Work by Mtes Josephine Riley of Kansas City, who is a slnlc leader. A talk was given by Mrs T. R. I,ewls of Dexter on R. A. Work, after which G. A. Work was discussed by Mrs. T. Spideil of Warden. Sunbeam work was discussed by Mrs. p. H. gcoficld of Charleston. An address was given by'Rev. Jacob Gartenhouse of Atlanta, Ga., who is a Southern Baptist Missionary to Jews. The afternoon session started with the devotional read by Mrs. Prank Hequcnberg of Charleston, after which an address was given by Mrs. J. G. Reynolds of Kansas City, who is Secretary of Missouri W. M. u. Following the • address by Mrs. Reynolds, Miss Hiley presented a very Interesting discussion. The evening session, ^which ,was. for the Young People, parted with a banquet. • * * Mr. and Mrs. T. A. McNail had as their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Eben Holland .and children, Mesdnmes A. 53^ Flowers, apd E. W. Hall of Newbern, Tcnn.. and Mesdnmes J. B. Buckley and children, and Houston Buckley and daughter, .spent Sunday in Memphis visiting Mrs. J. I!. Buckley's husband, who has been rcceivini; medical treatment in Memphis. Mrs. Fislwr Entertains. Ill a section of the Majestic hotel dining room, which was tastefully decorated with polled plants and bouquets ol chrysanthemums, Mrs. W. N. Fisher entertained the members of the West Side Bridge club with (our extra tables ot guests, malting altogether six tables.. Mrs. Gus McAllister held "high score , among Hie club members, Mrs. Robert Cunningham among the Caruthcrsville ladles and Mrs. Henry Workman among the Steele ladles. A consolation award was given Mrs. James VanAusdall, and tow score prize was presented to .Mrs. Johnny Garrett. Out of town guesls were: Mdmcs, J. W. McCullough, H. B. Do2rner, u. L,. Workman ,J. W. Bobbins, A, B. Rhodes and J. N. Blackwell. all of Stccle, Texas. Wylejr Davis Honored. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Davis enfcr- talncd Mr. Davis' father, Wylcy Davis or Slceie. with a dinner a their home here, celebrating his C0!h birthday. Members O r Mr Davis' family from Steele. Judge c D. Travis of this city, nnd Nati lamillon of Sicelc were guests. * * * Has Blrltuliiy I'arly. Caruthcrsville Society — Personal KiiU'rlainr; Contract Club, Mrs. H. H. Collier was hostess to the Contract club at her home a', Peering, serving a two-course luncheon at, individual card tables preceding the bridge sessions. Mrs. R. A. Miller was presented the club honor, a linen breakfast cloth, and for consolation. Mrs. James Reeves received a box of stationery, while the guest awr.iti was presented to Mrs. McCulloiigh of Deering. There were two tables of guests Nalalyc Johnson, daughter of ML and Mrs. Jack Johnson, entertalne a number of her lltllf- friends ai playmates in celebrating her sixt birthday. Attend Masonic Dinner at Kennett. Several from this city and coun ty attended a dinner at Kcnne given by and for 32ml Degree Mr sons, at which more than one hui dred were present, principally frn counties In this section. Scve'rnl S Louis members, officers oi the Sco llsh liitc organizMion there, we also in attendance. Among those from this city who ly. James M. Reeves, with the o latter named making brief wechc'S at the dUuier. oliyv/ood Show Boat at Bariield Thursday The Hollywood Show Boat, one the few remaining show boals the Mississippi river, will give performance at Barfield Thurs- day night beginning o'clock. 'The at ! nttrnc . will be a three act drama vaudeville numbers between m-t. Tlic troupe recently phyedfl three montli!! In Memphis. BOSTON lUt>)—Win!., clinging"; 10 old-fashioned horse-drawn mi!K- : wn;2(ji2S, u local dairy IKIS ihi-ni equipped with micumatlc uutumu-, 1'iie tires lo avoid no:se (luring; crrly-morning deliveries. •? FYOU La\ the Blader Wilh Juniper Oil, ESuchu, Kir. Drive out tlic Impurities nnd cx- 'ss aelds thai cause Irritation, -rrning and frequent desire. Jun- icr oil is pleasant to take in the orm of BUKETS, tlie bladder axallvc, also containing nuchu caves, etc. Works on the bladder .rnllar to castor oil on the bowls. Get a 2oc box from any drug lore. After four days if not re- ieved of "getting up nights" go •ack and get your money. If "you re bothered with backache or leg mins caused from bladder disinters you are bound to feel biter nfter this cleansing and you "et your regular sleep. —Adv. H81R CGMSN HOLLYWOOD SHOWBOAT a ;i Act Comedy-] Drainn uml Vaudeville* Barfield Landing Thursday. Nov. 16 I'rices 25c and -10c Steam Heated Liquid, Tablets, Salve. Nose Drops Checks Malaria In 3 days, Colds first day, Kead.irlics, or hi 30 minutes. Fine Laxative and Tonic Most Srxrdy Kcmedics Known three of hearts. He led the ace of hearts to seo what the 'trump situation was. He now planned tl\e McCorkle of Oblou, Louis Shalnberg of Slkeston attended to ivbslness here Saturday evening.- , . ' . \> Miss Earlinc Huie of Charleston, Mo.. Lllc day. was the Eucst of Mirs Pen Compere Friday and Satur- Lerjoy Bnincs, Mac Vaughn, Berney Ulnckard and E. V. O'Conner attended a meeting of the Shell gasoline dealers at Memphis Watch! Don't He Flim Flammed on Price or Wi'ight! LIBERTY CASH GROCERS Specials for Wednesday - Thursday COCOANUTS Fra COFFEE CHEESE Sunnv lirook Pound Jiir I'hiliidelphiii Crcar-i 2 LARD Compound. I00',i 1'uve Cotton Seed Oil. I'ound COOKING APPLES Pound G. G. iCaudill IK N, Mrs. C. A. Hovey, who has been McDonald, visited with friends and Roy Walton went to Little Rock ;on. Purvt 1 ;. of Slkeston. Mo. Mrs. L. C. Ricks, of Mouuds, 111., is the housci'iicst of Mrs. Olie Hill of Lur.ora. Hunting Yields $125.000 AUGUSTA, Mr. i UP)—Maine re- ci-ives about »:2MX» a year from • (Fbll d««il3 of Vidij Coltfs- Control Plan in each Vicks Dresses Coats Hats -Jhey all look better when cleaned the Barnes waif. Barnes' Nu-Wa Cleaners TANGERINES FLOUR MEAL 5 Llis. lOc BACON NAVY BEANS OLEO HAM Center Cuts TOMATO PASTE CAULIFLOWER 1 MIRACLE WHIP RED POTATOES u MILK l.ihfoy's. U:\by Otn SOAP iiiinnd (ir l.nin. Daddy, they didn't mean to be noisy! Grace, I don'l know what's come over Henry. He's always 'cross after dinner. 1 wish I knew what is disagreeing with him— Well, do try Crisco. It makes such a difference with fried foods and pies to use a wholesome vegetable fat. Henry,you're a different man since I've been cooking v/ilh Crisco. It just goes to sho'V how important i* is to use a fat thai digests quickly. Be friendly to your stomach Cook with CR IS CO, the vegetable fat ... it digests Don't deny yourself the flaky pies and fluffy biscuits and crispy fried foods you can with Crisco. Crisco is a wholesome and pure Ce'aWefat-itdigestsnuickly.Udoesn'tovcr. SALAD DRKSSINt; Pint 17c: (!uar( 2S)c CRISCO RIG. u.3. r.%r.oEr. • digests Nice Size Dozen Mary Jane 2.1-1.1). Sank 24 Lbs. Fancy Sliced. Swifl's Oriole 1 I'ound - - Good Pound ttilsun's Ikst-or Swift's White I,ilv. Pound Yorkshire Farm or Hroukfifild Pound Spring Valley Can Fresh. Snow White : Pound PEANUT BUTTER SS^V^ VEAL CHOPS MOPS A Cood One 12 Ounce. PORK STEAKS Niraliml ,Cd K. C. Ucef Pound A( the Courier News Conking Schonl, Mrs. George" Thurn used and recommended CRISCO, the modern, uuid<- digcsling shortening,

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