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Blytheville, Arkansas
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BLYT1EVILLE, (ARK.) COUBIEB NEWS SATURDAY; DECEMBER 2, 1033 TO SKV AVp • City Council P.'T.'A.-'ineeUnj at 8:30 a. m. O. E. B.. meeting! TSO'P, m. Mrs. Floyd Whlji-bovlng Tu«d»y Contract club; : : THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. A, Conwtj ' entertaining Mld-Week Bridge. club,. nUDAY'S EVENTS Bridge party, at Hotel h'oble, 3:30 p. m. Mrde*. Edgar 'Bofiim, O. E. Keck, J. F t .Wn*\Qi. H. Gre&r and J. A. waterraim. American. .Legi ing with MrsV' p. m. be Ih . of he re, <*i s • «i! emu Izcd . Wednesday 'with thc : ncv. 6. M. Watson' 1 reading (he service. • The marriage of Mtse Daphne Eyans, oj Homerevllle, Mo., and Russell Orabel, of beachvllle, Ark. occurred- in • Mill city. The ceremony was performed by the ncv. B. M. WaUon. . . aliillUry meet- White, 7:30 Compliments Visitor Miss beatrlcc Barium of Bloom• field, Mo., houMguut of Mr. and Mrs. Gtorge'W. Barham and Mr. and Mrs, Bay Hall, ww glren & Bunco .party last eVenlng by hjer cousins, Miss Oladyo Barham and Mrs. Hall, at the Btrham home. The 14 |U*sts played Bunco wllh prizes going to Miss Annie lie for high among the girb who received mrrored table marten, Riy Hall who w6n a h»ndk«rcru>r for rnen's high, d. B. Holt tehft recelt- ed an ash tray for traveling award, Don Hardaway who received candy • arid Ml» 'Qraoe L&Wery who was given sachet bags for trie two low •core prlzca, A fruit u)ad r?M served with ebff««.- at Bit* o Mf/stly Personal . eight guesls of Mtos Betty McCutchen for her . -Thanksgiving house party, returned to their hottee today.' a>t» ' here -.since We They >crt:.'-Mli ' Mrs. Matlle Elltt and w Williams, both «f Manila, were married in this city by the Jiev S. M. Watson. * * * Edmoiuton-ClemenU Announcement iins been made of the marriage o( Miss Clements and Clarence Edmon 8ton, both of Manila. The Rev. 6, M. Watson performed trie ceremony here. *' * * Whittle. Barnes.''. Miss*.-i>nn Barnes and /Sam D. WhltlUftfiolh of here, obtained a marring*, license here. •? • • * « Drtcbter Barn • Mr. »ntl - Krs, Charles F. Springer, of trfiver Grove, have announced the birlh of n dungliter, born bee. 1. The baby weighs OW pounds and has not yet been named.. • • • Watner-Noluu!. Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Mildred Noland mid Walter Wagner, both of Luxor B. The mWrrlogo was sol- emnised by the Rev. D. H. White, • Major Ivy w. Crawford, Captain Wendell Phillips, Lieutenant G. T. McIIenry and First Scrgennt I'aiil Damon left this afternoon for' Little Rock where they will Htlend tlw annual meeting of the 1 Arkansas Nnllonnl Guard Association. Mrs. T. II. Haynes will return home tomorrow after Thnnksijlvliig with her son,.,llHr old liiiynfs, and family at Fort Smith. The tii-.-days-otd son born to Mr. anil Mrs. E. A. Meyer, formerly of here and now of Memphis Is critically ill at the Memphis Baptist hospital. The condition ol Mrs. Meyer. Is fair. Miss M. E. Moore, of Newport Ark., was thr ^ncst of Mr. apd Mrs. C. J. Cnnc and daughtei Miss, 'Diurstlay and Frl day. Mr. and Mis. H. Tlcll am evening ;, ; Doris Warr, 'Ann HebMl, Dorothy Rurvrin and Jane art** of MtSnprils, 'Mlswt Virginia iifitKmrh*! We 'Ptleti of Marlanfia, it of whom attend St. Mary's:.MhDol it • Wjnphls. and Mlssef-Molly Jean 8*007 arid Jane Riil«y, of Jorwuboro., '.-• •-, • .They we're en.terUlbed with ah "open home" Wednesday at. the McCutcJien -home, Ttitu*- day they attended the BlythevljlfMcmphl: Hiunw • High football game and that, rright. went to the Gbbdtellows dance at the city au- dftotium. Miss Jlcdtitchen,- who also attends St: Mary's, will, return to School Sunday afternoon. ' . Tt>e marriage of Miss Bertie Cooper apd Clyde Wlllyard, both of Qosriell, occurred hero with the Rev. S. M. Watson performing the cere mony. • * » iiarper-Martin.. Tlic marriage df Miss Mildred Martin, of StarXvlltc, Miss., and M. D. Harper of -Btythcvlllc took place in this city. The Rev. S. M. WaUon read the service. Caruthersville __ Society— Personal _Mlss Jane-Branson was hostess to 40-girl* and boys with a J^rty last |evening at the', new country club. She was asiUted in entertaining by-her-mother, kin, U.S. •Branwn, her Ulster,. Ml«. Maurlne Branson, Km. Louise Btrtcke, and Mrs Jimmle • Fossick. . . • •Punch was-:semd during the evening while- the-guests played cards and danced. Clan HasiXm**.. Dinner TWJr .',..,• The R^v.,and Mrs. W. V. Womack, W. W. Hoilipetcr und P. K. Copley wire guests of the Ladles Bible Class of the First Methodist church Friday: evening when the members had their annual Christmas dinner party at the home of Mrs. P. E. Cootey when Mrs. Emma M. Burner .was.also hostess. The 30 .present,were served a chicken dinner at small tables attractively decorated In keeping with the Yulettde season. Laler there was a fill .for each lady with special gilts for the;: guests, these having been glwp- by the members. •».-,.. . " 'A piano duet by Mrs. Charles T. Wood and Mrs.-Ramsey Duncan, a piano spto -'by .Mr«. Henderson Hell, and tallu by ..the Rev. Mr. Womick and-Mrs. Henderson Hall made up the"program. •'*.-• • Leune Union-..",..: ' Tlfi Meets at DtU The' Mississippi. County League Urlion'iwill : mee.t-at Dell, Sunday afternoon at J:3» o'clock. All are cordially,Jnvlted. .»,-•••» Ethridge-Biujbfr. . Announcement was made today of the marrlRTe .of Miss Emma Etugher . and -'Emerson Ethrldge, both of this City. '.The Rev. W. J. LeRoy, pasVir of the Lake .Street. Mcthodiit church, pcrformr ed (he ring service. . Both Mr. fcthrlflgc and his bride ore well known here where they have lived for ft hiimbcr ot yrars. Mrs. Ethridge . attended the city high school. EnletUlia Mrs. -a.- W. Lincoln entertained eight tablM at bridge In tho foyer of 'the Liberty Theater. High score prlra was awarded Mrs. J. W. Tipton.; Mrs. H. W. Green held second high score, Mrs. J. L. Daniels cut for the consolation award and low score prize was presented to Mrs. Jim VanAusdall. Out-of-town guests included: Mesdames J. H. Workman, A. B. Rhodes, n. E, Dorener, J. W. nob- bins; V. L. Blackwcll, all of Sleele, and Mrs. Frtd Arnn of Poplar Bluff. EnlerUlh* Club The Jully Nine Bridge club was entertained by Miss Alma Reeves at her hohie on Enst Ninth street, club prize was awarded to Mrs. John McDonald. Mrs. Gordon Wright held second high. P. E. :O. Has Meeting , Mrs. Ouy E. Mlchlc was hostess to thc local P. E. O. chapter at her h*me on West Sixth Street. Mrs. Paul L. Hornor had charge of the program for the afternoon, using as her subject, "Australia." EnterlaliM at Rook On Tuesday evening of this week Ml«S'. Jewel Williams was hostess to -the Senior B. Y. P. u. and several guests at a nvc-Ublc root party given at - the home of her sisters, "Mrs. J. Tlios Mnrkcy, on East Eighth Street. *. • i R. M..A. Meets . Mrs, .Ralph Goodwin was hostess to thc R. M. A. circle In il.<s regular meeting, with fifteen members present. son of St. Louis spent yesterdu raid last nigh', as guests of Mi Bell's uncle. C. J. Crane-, HUI family. Mrs. W. Leon Smith and chll dren, Miriam and Jack, Mrs. Hoi and Green nnd Mrs. Floyd Whit spent yeslcrday In Memphis. Misses Marie Lcggctt and Inn Laura Bnrnes spent Thankssivin It) Memphis as guests of -Mr. an Mrs. W. B. McAfee nnd son, Ber nard, nnd attended Die Cenlra Hi-Tech footbnll. game, llcrnnr McAfee, who accompanied Ihei home, returned last night. Mrs. E. E. Stacy nnd daughter Misses Mary Frances and Anniibe spent Thursday In Buritcttc whci they'were guests of Mr. and Mr H. B. Ltslon und family. Mrs. Lts ton Is n daughter of Mrs. Stacy Mrs. Mnytrie Brlster Is very at her home, 1500 West Mn street. Mrs. Fred Goldncr nnd children, Nonna Louise, Fred jr., nnd Ilhetn of Nashville, Tenn., nrc guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Waller Rosenlhal. . Mlises Georgia and Annie Lee, who have been employed In Memphis nt the Cotton Growers asso- clntlon office during thc fall months have returned home. Miss 'Onfelyn Hnll, who attends Ox ford, >' sperttvfeiursd ay, , wltll; her parents, 'Mf.'-'and Mrs." J. T. Hall. She was accompanied by ' her aimls, Misses Inez and Ethel Emerson, of Hernando. Miss. lary Frances Sawyer and Jack Hopke Wed CAHUTJIEIUSVILLE, Mo. —The iirrlago of Miss Mnry Frances awyor, dauiililcr of Mr. and Mrs ohn Sawyer of this city, and Mr ick Hopkc, also of this city, took Ince Thanksgiving evening uf the umc of tljc bride's parents In (lie rc.seiice ;of relatives und a iiimi- ar of Wends. ' .;- •, The'.ceremony was rqad'. by the . EJincr HES Mrs. Coolidge Starls, Cliarily Drive CllUltClI OF THE NAKAIIKNK Eupha I), Beaslcy, Pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. in. E. L. Ktans, Supl. Morning worship, 11 n. m. Sermon subject: The power -of a S'plill Filled Life," N. Y. 1'. S., 0:30 p. m. Evangellttlc service, 1-.15 p. m. Sermon subject: "Sowing and iienping," of th8? f Presby- Mrs. Tom Martcy had charRe of the program following the devotional and shott business session. • At the close of the meeting, n social hour was enjoyed with Mrs. Goodwin nnd Mrs. Bill Hone serving refreshments. Miss Belle Whltsltt and TC. B Lyman spent Thanksgiving in Paragould. Mrs. Harry Taylor was In Lake City for Thanksgiving with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. .J. E. Crib; nnd children nrc upending the weekend holiday nt Greenville. Miss. Mrs. E. H. Jackson and daughter, Mary Lynn, nre In St. Louis for tl« weekend as guesls of Mrs J. B. Hyland and daughter. Mrs. Frank Henley, who (s visiting there. Miss Lcatrice Bnrhntn will rctun to her home In Bloomficld, Mo. Sunday nftcr several days visi' with Mr. nnd Mrs. George W. Barham nnd Mr. and Mrs. Kay Hall Miss Nina Barnes Is spending the weekend in Portngcville, Mo, Max B. Reid was in Memphis last night with Doyle Hendersoi who is ill at the Baptist hospital Miss Frances Miller Is spending Thsnksgivng n Clarendon. Ark ns the guest of Miss Nellie Ken- former teacher in the local .school Miss MonU Hughes Is spending the holiday at Brighton, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Ilolnnd Green had as their guests Thursday Mrs Orcen's father, N. B. Maxwell, nm Mr. snd Mrs. J. A. Pigg am daughter, Evelyn Jean, of Osccolft Mrs. E. M. McCnll and Mrs. Lo Welch were in Memphis ycsterdaj Mrs. Berry n. Brooks jr.. daughter, Virginia, ot McmphL came over today to spend two day with Mrs. Brooks' mother, Mrs. Al Ian Walton. The Rev. and Mrs. Stuart Sal mon nnd son, anri the Itcv. M Salmon's mother, formerly of Rig Icy. Tenn.. arrived yesterday I make tlicir home here. The Re crlah church before, an Improvis llnr of "greenery and larg'e white hrysanlhepiuins, lighted with 'liltc tuilers. A program df prc-iinptlal music was given wilh Mrs. Guy E. Mlchic t the piano. Mrs. I.ouls MccicnU ug "Because," nnd "All for 'You." The wedding marches from Lohen- ;rln nnd Mendelssohn were, used and during , the corcmony "Llcte- itrnumc" was softly played. The bride wns lovely In :i pansy >luc velvet KOWII made on straight ines with a suggestion of a train. Hie hrldal bouquet, was gardenias and vnlley Illlles. The attendants of the bride were Miss Garnet Hull, maid of honor wore n black velvet gown'hm! carried an nun bouquet of lulls- ninii, nnd Mrs. John Sawyer Jr. 1 sister-in-law of the bride who wore n gown of burgundy velve nnd carried an arm boutguet o! tnllsman roses also. Mr. Aubrey Simons was the groom's best man, Immediately af ter the ceremony Mr. and Mrs Houko left, for a brief weding trip The bride attended Stephen college nml was later graduates from the University of Mlssouil where she was n member of tin PI Ueta'Pin sorority. She wns nl so a member of the Mu Phi EJI sllon sorority, an honorary limsira orcaniznlion. Mr. Hogikc wns grncliintcd, froi: Wcstiiilnstcr college where 'he wn a meinlxr of the Knppn. Alph ntcrnlty. He has been .a mem of the Cnruthersvlllc schoo culty for a number of years an also athletic director. Out-of-town guests Included r. and Mrs. R. K. Wilson nn Vughter, Miss Irene, of"Jacksoi a.; Mr. and Mrs. John Riggs sr d Mr. nnd Mrs. John Riggs Jr 1 of Little Rock, Ark.; Mr. nu r.s. Paul King of Kennett, M id Mrs. J. II. Hale and dnugl rs. .Miss Louise nnd Mrs. Rut arllslc. pf.Osccola,. Ark.; Dr..-nn rs. M. B. Hcniirlx, of Meiripnl r. and Mrs. C. S. Stevens, M id Mrs. W. II. Baker, Mrs. H. , aylor, Miss Mnry Ellen Steven nd Miss Virginia Terry 1 , nl! lythevllle. ;. ClIKISTfAN SCIENCE SOCIETY "Gcxl Hie Only Cause nnd.rca- lor" Is the subject of the Lesson- Sermon., lo be read in the hr'lstlan Science service, Sunday inuriilng at " o'clock. Thu Golden Text is, "I am Hie ml, your Holy One, Ihp creator Israel, your King" lisaiah 13: ). "" ' '" Amoii^' the citations from the l)!c is the following, "He givctli ower to the faint; and to Ihcni at liatli no might he Increased! length" (Isaiah 40:29). The Lesson-Sermon will also iu- ude passages from the' Christian cience textbook, "Science and cijltli with Key to the Scrip- ires." by Mnry Baker Eddy,' one which reails, "Tlicre is no poirer lart from Qo;l. Omnipotence has l-power, .and to acknowledge nny Iher power Is lo dishonor God" jaje 228). :'. Tlic Christian Science Reading bom ts oi>cn Tuesday nnd Friny from 2 to 4 p. in. at 108 Hotel They are. MV at home with Calif.. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Ilamlin, who hsvc been making their home here for the past:few months, returned to their home in San Bernardino, Mr. Salmon Is the new pastor the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Ethrldje's 'riarihts. - • -•• v . •««»**.•0v ..u^ Miss Dorothy Workman arid W.' B. Dinelson, both of Osceola', pfturrea here. The Rev. 8. M. Watson reab^ the service. .. .. ,. --n^-- h»s been rn«de of the •iwrU*,«ir.U|B.uarie Smith *pd Lwls Up»nt, of Armo- reL The "tton-'l. Bluflord Caldwell oOclatrt. - v. . - • f Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Barnhardt. Dr. and Mrs. A. R. Conrnd. Mrs. Elmer "Peal and Mrs. Maggie R!ce spent Tuesday afternoon In Sikeston. Leaclivillc Society — Personal i) T?" / Wilson Society — Personal [ob'.c. All are cordlnlly invited. 'll.CKIM CHURCH II. J. Klelndiensl, Pastor Sunday-school Teachers' Mcct- ig. fi:30 n. m. Sunday-school Session, 9 a. m. Morning Worship, 10 n. m. Scr- noii theme: "The Gospel — .the :hrl5l!an's a lory." "Come In Thou Blessed of the ,orcl Wherefore Slnndcst Tlxm Vjthout?' 1 Gen. 24, 31. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH ¥.. K. Lat'nier, Minister Church school. 9:45 a.m. Holy Communion and sermon, 1 a.m. Vesper servl;*, 6 p.m. A cordial welcome always. A colorful ceremony opening the public sale of Christmas Seals foi Ihe National Tuberculosis Associations is pictured here as three troubadours present the first package of 1933 sciUs to Mrs. Graci Goodhue Coolldge, widow of the former president, at her home. The Beeches, in Northampton, Mass. The troubadours, dressed in reel, blue and green costumes, hauled the Yule log to the Coolidge- home for presentation ceremonies. Here's How Expert Made Slam, Doubled and Redoubled Braggadocio The Rev. Mr. Compere.'pastor le Buptist church nt'.Hayti.spo ere Thursday. Friday anil Sa rday nights- of 'last., .week Stewardship." He- alsq gave ccount o[ Ills experiences as risslonnry in Africa. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bert Skinner ni am Skinner v:crc guesls Sunday I f Mr. and Mrs. A. Y.' Hucknba. ' Miss Vioia Bennett spent Monay night with Nina Huckaba. Mr. and Mrs. Jnck Wilkcrson nd dniightcr, Petty Jean of Oscc- ];,, Ark., accompanied by Uelno Jolt, who is employed there, vls- tcd Mr. and N'rs. P. C. Holt over lie week-end. Miss Norinn Moll, daughter of ,ir. nnd Mrs. r. C. Holt, who al- erds Jonesboi-o A. nnd M. college. Tivcd home Wednesday for the Thanksgiving holidays. FIRST. BAPTIST CHTJRCH Sunday school. 0:45 a.m. ' There will ho no church scr- •iees Sunday Lut there will be a men's meeting ul 11 a.m. There will l-e a chinch service Wednesday 7:30 o'clwk. FIltST METHODIST "W.' V. W'niimk, " 1'Mtor"* ~ "Christ At the Feast" 'will be Hie pastor's subject at the .morning worship sen-ice. The monthly communion service will bo part of the service. At the evening hour tile subject uill be, "Walking With God." Every mcm- Ixr is urged fj attend and visitors arc nlwny*; welcome. The Sunday School nt 9:45 a.m. showed ' a" nice increase last Sunday over Hie p-rvious Sunday, bet's make the rccor:! still better this Sunduy. The yomis people reorganized the l.-engue lust Sunday with a goo'cl attendance. AM young people bc- icnging (o tills Cluirch and those desiring lo worship here nrc cor- uially invitert to be present at 6:45 p.m. Today's Contract Problem How Bliould Norili nnd South bill this liaml lo arrive at a contract of six dulis? And then, with r heart opening, how should the declarer play tho hand to make U? «-10 7 65 A AQ 3 10 65 * (Blind) (Blind) ft 4> A S S 3 2 + K2 Solution ill uext issue. 2 Butler Held Lottery , ,. •. HELENA, Mont. (UP)—Sale dt a :crlnin brand' of butter in Mon- nnn was held lo be n lottery. At- orncy General R. T. Nnpie was nsked to decide if it were illegal o place $t bills in a ixmnd pack!- nge of butter, to induce purchases. Nagle said it was a lottery. LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH W. J. I.cKoy, Pastor Corner Ijkc and Johnston Streets Sunday School. D:-15 a. m. Preaching, 10:50 a. ni. Subject: ."The Man Whom God Marked." Preaching, 7:30 p. in. Subject: "A Vision of The Here- ifter."--- Yo\i nre cordially invited to al- cnd nil these services. Bring your visitors ami friends along with A J 'J C V KQ2 4> 10 S 5 2 + 10 7 4 * A Q S V A J 10 6 3 « A Q J 7 + •! Duplicate—N'one Vul. OiicniiiE I.eail—ill fl. South West o r Xorlli jijia ; ^'AV'^.-Pi '" Tlie Wednesday bridge dub was enlcitained this week at tl'-e home of Mrs. Charles Lnnc. Mrs. J. H. Cruin held high score. Mrs. Hudson Wrenn entertained two tables of bridge at Ihe home . cf Mrs. C. W. Ferguson Fnjay at- tcrncuii. Mrs. Henry Goldman held l.i;;h score. Mrs. J. H. Grain has retunie:! ran Little Itotk where slie \ lie guest uf Mrs. Cone Mur;)hy. Tlie Missea Lorec and Clarence i'riuMe of Fayeltcville were guests Friday" of the Hev. and Mrs. H. M. .evvis. Dr. James Fa.!ls has ijoue to 2Iark-sclale, Miss., wi"ere he will six.i!d several days wilh his brother. Gccrgo Falls. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Braiidon jr., clt Wednesday for Columbia. T;n- lessee, to i>c guests of the latter's sister, Mrs. T. J. Liggett. They will also visit Dr. Marvin Cullinn at Nashville. Mr. and Mrs. Walter CAVd and Mr. au;l Mis. Rilcy B. ji!nes <•'.('i Ul\thevil!e spi'iit Thanksgiving 111 Memphis. Mrs.'Griff IjCC nnd son, Grilf jr., of Aiis.uilla, Mis=., are spendins thu Tiianksgiving holidays with Mrs. Lee's sister, Mrs. Hudson Wrenn. Miss Lorcltn Foster of Joncsuuro arrived WcdnKday to spend the Thanksgiving holidays with licr sister, Mrs. Irene Hood. Hudson Wrenn, agriculture in- itructor at Wilson high school, is ill PrcscoH, Ark., to spend several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Wrenn. Mrs. H. C. Davidson had as her guests Wednesday Mesdames chas. Milllln, Robert Gillespie and Elliott, Williams, nnd the latter'* granddaughters, Peggy and Billy, of Luxora. Hev. and Mrs. John Catijlilcy spent Thanksgiving in' Memphis a/; I giiests of their daughter, Mi? s Ra'e Caugliley. Miss Cassie Clavipn returned yesterday from Forrest Cilv v.-hL'ie she was the yuest of her sister, Mrs. Paul Albers. The following students at Jcncs-' boro college nrc spending Thanksgiving holidays here: Miss Dorothy Gideon. Ray Maun, DDII Hudson.' Billy, Harmon Gray, Raymond cotncr, Lowell Goforth, and Maurice Lynch. .. ' Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Wallace aiul daughter. Miss 'Maxine, and. i-il Williams of Armore! sjKiit Tlianks- giving with Mr. and Mrs. Wood in Tyrouzn. . 2->y Pass- 4N.T. I'ass C »- 1'ass Double Pass . Kc-d'ble i'usa I'ass Pass 1'ass Mr. and Mrs. Bill Collins of Cape Girardeau »n.-r spending this week here attending to business matters and visiting with relatives and friends. : Philip Asher. who U a student at the Southeast, Msioiirl Teachers college 'at Cape' Girardcaii, spent the Thanksgiving holiday with his parents here, Mr. Mrs. John W.'^Ashcr. and , .. mi»iTUge;.ncensc : .has been Is- tq Mls». BMabeth Furr and Lee -d, both'ol-thls city. nounqemHit-has been made o! r Mae ..audjChrtei . peorje, both of.-dosneil." •fhe.Rsv. W, J. LeRo'y, pastor, ot the- I*lce-«ieet Meth- odi^awf«.-.p«rfinB«aVthc 'ceremony. ; ' : . •-.'", •!.-_• .'- ,-,'.:'' ' ' Leora The ^ marrt»«e :.' "• Huffman News Roy. Stewart- spent Thanksgiving Day in Huffman. Ernest Rast of Osccola spent this week here «lth hli.'aifc. HUlon Holmes of.Bruin, Ark., is visiting his wife here this week. . .Taylor Adams Is vlsitng friends arid relatives here this week,. Bstes Cram and Vance Camburn .of . Pinckney. • Ark., visited here Wednesday, night,. Read Courier News want Ads.. The Lcachvlllc P. T. A. met in the high school auditorium Tuesday afternoon .for the following program: sone. "Faith of Our Fathers." group: Spirit of Thanksgiving, Mrs. E. E. Byrd: song. "November." Miss Lee's . pupils; playlet, pupils of Mrs. Gibbins; duet. Miss Mary Ellis and Miss Wnodrow Matthews. Following the program the members viewed an exhibit of the best works of American artists. The next meeting will be held December 12. Tlic program will consist of a project by the third grade. The annual membership banquet of the Leachvlllc Civic League, was held at tlw community house Thursday evening. Following the banquet bingo was played for nl- traclive prizes. J. AlcxRndcr received the grand prize for winning the most' games. The league's next regular meeting will be held December 7, Back in Films Hack lo ilie movies come.i June Collycr (Mis. l Krwiii), atiovo. nftcr a (w,-j- vonv icliicmunt pnrioil, devolcil oxfluslvely to wife and niollinr rnles. She's as excited over li'.-r second ilelmt an tlic ovi-r tiev tirsl appsorauce iu iiitiuics. Solution to Previous Contract Problem liV mi. K. Mi-KENNKV S-ccrclary, AnicrU-nn Bridge IXMJIIC Do you know, I believe it is less difficult to find Rood hands while here in my sickroom than while scouting around, all over the country, so various tournaments? ports throughout the country l;no\ving lhat I have been laid up, hKvc been sending; me hands so Hint my daily arlicla can carry on. Today I received an interesting bridyu took from nnd by that well known expert, Willanl Knrn. H is .1 new tygie of book, being in loose leaf form, and the author is going to keep it up-to-ilate, with supplements every tl'rec months. It is well written and contains many interesting hands. For example, it has the famous iir.nd played by that great master, Waldemar von Zeillsvitz. The bidding is according tu.Xfi 1 . Karn's book. Tlie Play West's opcnii 1 ^ lead was the nine of spades, which Mi. von ZedL : w;i/.. declarer in (lie South, won wilh ihc ace. He renlizcci thai West's 'double must ue based entirely on the king, queen, anci;x 01 hearts, iis North and South liafl t-vcry other ac?, king, and quc-en. He realized '.h'at his only hogx; uf making the hand was to strip West of spades, diamonds, and clubs. Tills he proceeded to do. even to ruliin? good cards of both suits. South finally horc his hand down 10 the .nee. jack and ten ol hoaru. while 'I'tmmy v,as down to the nine, eight, and seven of 1 carts. A small heart was led, v.-likh West was forced to win with tho queen.' now had to Itael awiiy from his king nnd the <!nice ot hear',3 into declarer's ace [-mi ten. . Thus the small slam contract wns made. Jarrctt, Gcorjji; Clay .HuclspiV Miss Eloisc Wright spent fuestiay' xt Dcwitt, Ark. Charles Keller jr spent Thanks- .vine with Ills parents, ,Mr. and Irs. Charles Keller at Poplar FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sluart Salmon. I'.islor Sunriay school at 9:45 a.m.. with interesting classes for all ages. Preaching services at U o'clock, .ubject, "The Urgency of Work for God." Evening services. 7:30. Subject, "Thc Christian Message lo Twentieth Century Life." Young Peoples meeting a 1 , C:45 A cordial invitation extended lo all Cervices. No. 8 and Vicinity Mrs. o. Lav'iorn Mrs. A. Thcmixscn spent Sntmdny In the ho;iin of Mr. and Mrs.'. Andrew Lawhnrn of Cooler. MLwrs Mabel and Evelyn Clark, sccompanicd bj- L. I.awliorn. sgwnl Stmciny with Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hamilton near Biythcvtllr. Mrs. Howard O'Kcane is scri- ciusly 111. delis' Evans returned last week to his home n^.ir Lexington. Tenn. V. T. Halle moved Wednesday to tl'c house vacated by William Ap- plcton nnd sons. E. E. Evans mov- cri to the house vr.cateti by Mr. Halle, and W. L. Jenkins moved Mto the hoii.-n formerly ocnipted liy Mr. Evans. i-\ S|x>nrc moved into the hous? vacntrt! •;-,• Mr. Jenkins. The places all bcldn" lo G. G. Cnmlill ot Iliythrville Mr. nnri Mn. w. L. Jenkliw cn- irttaincd a nhiabtr of mir-jts nl dinner Sunria.v m - honor of Mr. rnd Mrs. Evrrrlt Wiikins, who vere rc-crntly niarricn. Among those- prcsrnt v-r-ro ?,!r.s A. F. Kv- ans. uiolher ol tin- bride, and thr Misses Myrtle. Toiuiniu and l!a- nxlle t\.xns. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Clark and their (hree children Mr i-nrt Mrs. Eail Evans nnd two children and Mrs. Evans' aunt E. E. Kvaiis ^nd hrolhrr,^Kclwartl Hicte. Mr. anri Mrs. If. Evans and daughter, Mrs. S. V. Wolvcrtonand Walter Smith. P. T. A. News Ekron News Notes The Prc-School P. T. A. met Friday afternoon nt the home of ...,.,., ..... „„,, ,.,„„„„ , Mrs. Crawford Greene where the Mrs. Leonard 111 son Monday group heard a lalk by Mifs Nell Mrs. C. V. •Wo^uridge ol JX^ man visited her .aunt, Mrs. J. Holland. Siindiy. -'. Mr. :ind Mis.-W. i. - Hollanrt 1'iid family Sunday in Mis- .'^uri visiting the latter's brulher Jim Hilliard, who lias been a-ri- uisly ill. Mildred Vinston visited \\ ilhains, specialist in nursery i Mr . am] M ,., , sam , lo ,^ lr( | | lav[ school nnd kindergnrtcn work,! nn , lomicrd (h( , m!11| . iagc of nKil child care and child rtevelO]mient; (!nll ,hler. Miss -.Bentrice. to Mr ussetl by Miss Wi!li:mis, i Gailand Bunui.i-lhr gave nn intcrcsttiij; dc-l.yitii uere who-.als scriptldn of the University of lute living parents. Tennrsscc nursery school. "tio-,v Through Underslaiuiing" were top- ! ics discusscri by Miss Williams. | The hostess Errved' refre.'-hnifnls ria" Depends On Patrons' Honesty UI!AU£ A Raw Milk l'honc.,71 Craig's Dairy G. G. Caudill General Jnsuranre IOC N. Broadway Phone "97 BARGAINS IN NEW & USEU FURNITURE R.J.DODSON Phone MOONLIGHT' TAVERNCAFE Next Unur to N';i!jiis Grocery Fried Chicken - Klraks HKRT DUGAN; chef Stunt night will be hclrl n! the the Junior Hieh school P.! 12 by T. A. All or R nui7,-,tions have hcer inUlcrt to pRrttclpatc and | ilosc (ioing so will be eligible to receive the "$5 cash prize "which will bt riven lo Ihe orpanization i, avini . the l>csl sliinl. A second piiz,> vlfl a!so Iw given. Mrs. J. E. Critz. extension chair- llshed here by T. L. Hendricks. Palrons arc placed absolutely on one "of... Salt Lake City's main strceis^Compleie light lunches are placed on shelves open to patrons. They aro free lo take they like and thc amount preferred. It Is believed to bo the only business of its kind in thc \\orld. "We find very lew try (o cheat man of (he Junior High l> T ,\ : lls '" ' t!:11(lri< '!;s said. "If they did made n rir^c tor more books'-: ve cc!lltt " ot - st;l >' '" bllsill «s." for thc library. The group Is planning a hinsoi p^rly u-ilh all prlws to Ix? turkeys I The dale or this parly will be an-j ncnncerl Intci. , The city council will meet Tues-'j :'Rc,-id Co'tirier News Want Ads. Miss Martha Hern, Mr. and Mu/al the"school, day mornini; at 0:30 o'clock nt the h'ph school audilorium. : The Surtbury P. T. A. will wet, Wcrinesdfiy nftcrnoon at 3 o'clock HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cured • without (he knife. Skin cancer, varlcosed velas, tonsils removed non-surglcally. DRS. NIKS and NIKS Office 511 Main Phone 55 and wbcn il comes to Used Cars the want-ad columns of the Courier News can't be Ueal. 1C you waul results phone SOS.

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