The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 16, 1933 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 16, 1933
Page 6
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1333 BLYTnEVILLE, (ARK.) COUttlBR NEWS Ruffing Is Not Alvvays Safest Way of Achieving Contract Fred Coombs, who was Injured '« an accident last, -week, is able to be up. • Miss Hnzcl 1 McAdams sjxmt last weekend at''Aniioiil. as'the "guest o' Miss Clara Gfuner. They attended Hie air..; circus at Dlythevlllc Sunday. ./'_-. .'..'• " . . Mrs. Earl-'Hudgins "'.'v'as hostess Sunday at a .dinner In hgnor of Mr. Hndgins' birthday anniversary. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Huclglns, :.Mr and. Mrs. Carl Pcpp'.e. Mr", and Mrs. : -Hafbert Hudgins, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Reverts, and Mary Ellen and Jean McCutcii- en. . • • Mrs. Jolinie Philliijs and Mr. Walker s!>ent Sunday In Cairo, 111. Misses Evelyn DC Lisle and- Vlr. ginia Barnes of Portageville spent lust week-end liere as guests of. Miss Eugenia Jenkins. They attended tlic celebration at Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Briggance and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jones spent Saturday in Blythcvllle where Mrs. Jones consulted a physician at the Blytltevillc hospjttil. Keiley Joe, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Rhodes, is much improved after .several \vceks illness. Mrs. J. F. Patterson will be hostess tonight at a miscellaneous shower for Mrs. Ollie Wilson, who before her recc-nt marriage was Miss Orpha Mae Plummer. Carl sheeley jr., is ill with scarlet fever. Mr. and Mrs. N. Koury and guests. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Koury of Cairo, III., and Mrs. Simmons of Cooler, and their mother, Mrs. E. Koury, spent Sunday in Memphis where they visited Albert Saliba of Blytlieville who is a patient in the Baptist hospital. Mrs. T. c. Bcasley and Mrs. Sims Michie shopped in Memphis Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. ir. workman and son. James Henry, are seriously il with ptomaine poisoning. Mr. and Mrs. GILS Coojrer, who have been making (heir home with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Beckhorn o Teday's Conlract So-.i<!i'ij eoirract Is six spades. Tlie S.OYOII of lit 1 ; 1 Ms is 0|ieueJ. How can declarer make his contract against the best possible defense? 4 A 10 S 3 V K 0 I •> « A 10 2 + JC ' , ,— : —ii really had a reason rJr donating Problem " le lf ophy—It'proceeded io win the Solution in next issue. Solution io Previous Contract Problem It is interesting to note (bat the uction Bridge Club of Chicago resented the American Bridge eague with ihe national team-of- ur championship trophy played r annually at national t-ourna- cuts. And then—to show that it cup. Tliis same club Is sending a team- of-fcur for i-lic flist tlma 10 compete in u-c Vanderbilt cu]> tournament In NEW York City, and today I am pleased to present io you the second member of the team, Dan | M. SmIlV-vvtio SRI" in the South I position In Ihc'fiantl I shall <je- | scribe, and wiib found the correct 11'lay to make sU-odd at spades. "V Today's hand again brings 'iu't the fact that it- docs not always pay to ruIT -losing cards. West's opening lead was the klim of diamonds, which South won witli Uie are. Ti:e ace of spades was played to learn the distribution or the Spade suit, declarer playing the five', (not the three) from dummy. East showed out en the first round, discarding a club. Now, If t>.e declarer attempted to ruff out his two losiug dla been defeated, ir.s proper play was to return a smuli spade, and when West played (he seven, the eight in dummy took the (rick. A small cl-.ib then was played, monds, lits contract * Q If»8 5 3 V <v;c 5 4 'i A K Q 0 3 i m c If QJ 104 KQ J3 *•» A Xono »73 + 3 S 7 5 4 ' S 7 2 4 A K 4 2 V<l SC 2 t A 10 0 A A r, Duplicate—X. ami S. Vul, O|)L>[I|IIK lend-—f K. South \Vi",t Xoitli Kasi 1 A !'i<ss -1 A i'.iss 4 N'.T. rats . C A Pi>s8 10 declarer \i:in tiic ace, and. before loading another trump. I'.is. propsr play was the five of clubs. West trumped, and the smalt club was played from dummy. West returned the queen of hcnits. claior l«l the.teu of spades from 11 duiniiiy, ovc-rtakinfiwitii thu king in his own hand. 1 ' He (hen led a smalt diamond, trumping with the queen in dummy, mid played out the king and queen of clubs. South dlstiii-dixl two tens ami west was lorci'tl to drop n heart and a dla- l moiul. - At i.:v c^veiilh irlck lhi> >(lireo of spades n as played ircm dummy and vim alien by (he lour, and 'si wn.s s(|iu'C7iJ. He must discard either lil.« lust dliunond or the ten 01 pearls, mid declurer ki's '.lie remaining tricks. ( retiued to trump Hie >nd club, smith would will In <Jll:)>:iiy wiili Uc queen and Imme- Wle.y reuiru a smuli c u,b, trump- Wfr 111 Ills TO,, h a ,,,l W | tl| (n( , kjn£ , 9t. .-pidcs. He ibt-n n-cuid nnessc tJitc..ii||, west's Jack of spades, and S'lV " > '' 0 '' m " U ^ " l;eilrt ' 'tin- lifsf Is (in. would have which was won by Hie ace, and dc Cold Weather ooter, are moving to Steelc this | eek.' Miss Jenkins of Tennessee who as been teaching at Cooler has esigncd and her place is being fill- Mrs. Dutch Muir. . . . Wakeleigh Clark, who' attends iardy college at Morrillon, Ark., pent last week-end with his par- nts. Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Clark .';'] Mr. and Mrs. Emmetl Yates -'of Icmpliis spent -las 1 , week-end l:cre s guests of Mr. Duel Mrs. T. 1. ,'hitfield. Word has been received from iervin Wells, a patient in a vet- rans hospital in Oklahoma, that e is improving but will be unable o return home for eight months longer. Mrs. Mary Hatfield and Howard Jarne.s of Huffman. Ark., and Miss Ruth Wall of.Roselaiid. Ark., spent ast week-end here with the later's mother, Mrs. Sophia Wall. Mrs. D. w. Spencer and children of Washington are spending this k as guests of Mr. and Mrs..L Spencer .- and '• Mrs. Elwood Brown! The Gibson school wilt present a slay, ^"Untangling Tony," at the Steele gymnasium Friday night. Help Kidneys O lf poorly functioning KHneys and Bladder make you lujter from CJettir.e Up. Nights. Nervo-Jar.ess. ' EFOSE you realize it, Winter will here. All coal drulcvs will be Kwam|KCI with orders for immedlat; . delivery and it \yill be dinicult to. make them promptly; Avoid the inconvenience o! that' possibility by placing your older with us now. Your coal bin will bo well stocked for coal weather. MontavaUo, New River, Empire, Premium and Kentitckii Coals BILLINGS, Inc. Tr.iit New <!\3 MnD'.ini '••i/e Lump iVr Ton Wond er Coal /Cash Half Tun - - 51.1,0 SIIJH.TUU- Coal <!v r Mining Co. COMB your fingers through the dowry fluft inside HANES Won- derwear. Ruffle it up and smooth it down. Think o£ the shivers and shakes ahead . . . think of plowing through snow all day. Then, imagine HAKES hugging your legs and arms, and snugging across your chest! No matter how much you bend and reach in HANES, there's never a catch or scratch. The springy knit "gives" like your own skin, and snaps back just as smoothly. That's because HANES is knit and cut two ways — to the trunk-measure as well as ' the chest I Buttonholes, cuffs and seams are sewed to last the life, of the fabric. Stock-up for a warm Winter with Wonder- wear. P. H. Hanes Knitting Co., Winston- Salem, N. C. There ait all sorfl jrjdsizes cl HANES — sllirtsind drawers *s Tftl^ts union- salts'.'The Heivr- veifhl Cfcjui f ion is illustrated. HANKS UNDERWEAR Is' Distributed At Wholesale 1U- WM.R. MOORE'S is, Tcnn,. l poat* : |^ th^^oney! ; In ; ; ftirttt Sleeves rig/it... C ollar«; shoulders and details rishl... in ,he new mode! '™ ' Citizens »f Blytheville - - .. *T - ..;"..•. ;.:.. ..••.:•; <. . : Are your calling for the Reelf not Brand of Meat Products whenfyou go to market? 11'not you will be pleased when-you order and ge^ this brand. Most merchants are now handling t;he Reelt'oot Brand-of fresh and cured-meats.. ' . - ; - '.•'•"' With your next order, try one of our ^Country Style Cured Hams] and some of our good sausage. • '• ' You \vill,always want that kind when you have once L r i ed th em. .-»: i, ^'M : Hi' ; r -•i>.f:l«^pl Made only by ,.i. noids Packing Co". Union.City,Tenn. Building Paper Rifles22's $1.99 1 JCartridges 22's per box 14c 43c per roll 94c per roll 49c per roll 9e Ammunition Shot Gun Shells C 49c Shoe and Boot Strings pp " 5c & lOc 22 hieh. Heating Stoves $1.89 Drybak Hunting Cloths ^ $8.95 Remington fluts °:f c Guns $39.49 Steel Traps Victor No. 1, doz, $1.49 Steel Traps Victor No. 11 doz. $2.49 6 Inch. Files Each 7c Our creditors arc d«m.itnding cash and we must sacrifice to meet their demand. Never before h;ive we made such a sacrifice. Our LARGE OVER-STOCK ot HARDWARE must he cut down regardless of cost. COME ONE, COME ALL! ARDWARECO WE SELL FOR LESS" Price Store T

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