The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1933 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 12, 1933
Page 3
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JTUESPAYJOECEaiBER 12, 1933 BLTTHEVILLE, (AKK.) COURIER NEWS .Mrs. M. G. Goodwin, Mrs. Loy H. Welch, Mrs. Fred Fowler and Mrs. Randolph Smith are spending the |[ day in Memphis, || Mrs. Holand Green Is attending ||l a party In Osceola this afternoon at the home o/ Mrs. John Whlt- wcrlh. . Mrs. Leroy Wood has returned home alter several Memphis. davs stay in Mr. and Mrs. David Barton of ,1 Wilson are here for a visit with |' Mrs. Barton's parents, M,r. and i Mrs. w. M. Burns. Mis. C. J. Crane has returned home frcm Memphis where she visited her-.mother, Mrs. E. L. Huston, who celebrated her eighty-fifth birthday. Charles Ramcy, who attends Chicago Art Institute In Chicago, is to her home In Morrllton after Caving ipent the past thre* wwfci h«r« at the bedside of h»r father, J. T. Craig, who died last wek. : Mrs. Hyland Deprlest and two children, Eue Ella and Edward, have returned from Arkansas City where they visited her mother. Mrs. Evalw Webb, who has been visiting her father, J. T. AKord. and other relatives, has rclnrned to her home al Wright City, Mo. Miss Mildred Cndd has returned from Memphis wliere she spent the Thanksgiving holidays with friends and relatives. E. R. Mason, wlto has been In a critical condition at the Baptist hospital in Memphis since he was stricken at his home here last week, was to have been given a second blood transfusion today. While his condition during the night was described as "fair," physicians said they believed n second transfusion would be necessary today. Mrs. T. G. Seal and Mrs. K. D. Carpenter motored to Memphis today to be with Mrs. Mason, who Is I home for the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W Ru| mey. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ramcy and I son Charles spent yesterday in | Memphis. " : Miss Emma Kate Richards who underwent a major operation at the • ] Illythevllle hospital yesterday Is' nicely. i . , at (he bedside of her husband. Wilson Society — Personal PAGE THREE Memphis. •Mrs. I.ouis Hinklc and | Sophie Meyers, of Los A who arc visiting their rcla-1 siicsW'at" I lives here, have leturncd from two' ! \i,.*d°a mK (days spent'in Memphis. ' ~ UlllnK> Lloyd V. Wise was m Mem| phis Monday. C. G. Smith left this morning for Washington, D. C.. where he I will attend to business. Mrs. L. D. Chainblin and sons, Jnck and Donald, are in Memphis [ today. Mrs. J. G. Barnes spent Monday [ in Memphis. Mines. Price I Bohanning and I Senath, Mo., shopped here , kemlv refurnished and redecorated (he parsonage, the Rev. and J. A. Merrill, John Enochs and S. A. Winford assisted Mr. and Mrs. Lewis in receiving at the parsonage. The guests were shown through the house and later were served tea at the church. Hostesses assisting at the church were Mesdames R E Lee Wilson. Walter Card. Clay Hudson, G. H. Frazier and J. C. Perkins. The tea table service was in charge of Mrs. Hudson Wrenn with tea being , poured by Mesdames J. H. Crain Car! Bird. H. n. Sullivan and K lX&X^'^£- P C « Ilum - ' rh - *"••» <" ion school Friday nliht. The carnival attracted ft Urc« crowd and netted $2M. • i • The Domestic Art depnrtm«nt of the Cooperative' club met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J H. Cran. Flans were made for a candy making demonstration at the school In January by Mrs. H. H. Wrenn, and an exhlbilion of chair coverings at the home of Mrs. W. M. Wallace In February. in March the meeting will be held at the hoine of Mrs. Walter Card, w th Mrs. H. C. Davidson as co- hostess, Dresses will be planned that will be worn at the April meeting of the Cooperative club. * • • Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Morris spent Sunday as guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Brewer at Earle. Ark. Mrs. J, D. Shouse of Ccnterville. Term., and Mrs. C. E. South of Baird, Tex., are the gdests of ihelr brother, G. H. Frailer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Craig nnd son, Shelton, of Memphis, were guests Sunday of Miss Waller Dell Ringer. Mrs. Robert Roach spent the eek end with Mr. and Mrs. H. 1'. iimmons at Memphis. Twins, a girl and a boy, born to tr. and Mrs. Berry Cruin Friday, i'.ed only a few hours. Bobby Wilson, son of Mr. and 'Irs. R. E. L«e Wilson jr., arrived Sunday night from New Haven, "fcim.. where he attends Yale uni- ersity, to spend the Christmas r.ol- days with his parents. Mrs. William Hoppenjans oi Pine Blulf, Ark., IS visiting her sister, tlrs. W M. Wallace and family for wo weeks. Mrs. J. C. Perkins has returned rom a week's visit with her daugh- er, Mrs. Phillip Newton, at Florence. Ala. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Williamson and sons, Bobby and John Ed, spent Sunday with ther former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Williamson, at Bells cily, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cross and son, Joe Earl, of Helena, Ark., spent Sunday as guests of the latter's mother, Mrs. Eva Kerlin. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Wood of-Tyronza were guests of Mr. ami Mrs. Locating Essential Cards Icft'lly. while K he held no spades the contract wns lost. «A 1 o lim ¥-» • i i Mr ' Bntdwln figured further MflKPS SlTlJn! Sliim I'n&Cim.t thnl - " West 'wW a stn»Won LflUIVCa OI1UII1 OllUM I U3bll)U;>fi,xuie. It must be Ihp nine spot or j belter, nnd If he held one of the Ifour onlslundlng high curds, (he j contract could be made with a 'safely piny. i Therefore, n small spade was .led, West phjvd tin. nine, mil! Mr. Baldwin played n Minill spade from dummy, allowing West's nine lo hold. Knsl. ra'ild not nverlnke with Todays Cwntruct Problem South has the contract at three no trump. West ripen* > »pad«. After 1'ast »nd cata tour spado (rlcka, can they be prevented 'from winning auy further tricks'; y 10 7 3 1 K J l o s AKQD 4k J 7 54 V AS 4 « AQ9 + A.J 3 Solution In ji»st I 1 ville, Ark., where he. Is pastor of I the First Baptist church, after I having occupied the pulpit of the f First Baptist church Sunday mor- f ning and night. Marjorie Stevens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Stevens, who has been ill several days, is now I better. urcsram which included piano selections by Misses Ruby Crain Nellray Thompson and Eula Davis Cullum, a duet by Eugenia Douglas nnd Lois Jean Grear, and vocal solos by Miss Mary Symonds, accompanied by Mrs. J. H. Crain. The Woman's Missionary Unior met at the Baptist church Mon, J ; ^T'rr 1 "; fato ? f M r- 5 «v .n^ wm, M™' szz, lute Hubbard. left yesterday for Barksdale presiding. Mrs. O. M his home in Gracey. Ky. Mrs. Thur- j Hi] | j c( [ mond remained in the cily tv spend j ^j. R with her . . 0|e devoUoilal Qnrt Mre : the Christmas holidays I daughter. J. P. Holland has retiirned from I Hopkinsviile, Ky.. when he spent [ snveral days visiting relatives. . Alva Reagan will leave soon liar Oxford, Miss., where sr.e will spend the- Christmas holidays with i her daughter. Mrs. c. E. Clegg has returned to Royal Service lesson. The follow ing officers were elected: pres! dent. Mi-s Oscar Barksdale: vice president, Mrs. Ed Beall: secom vice-president. Mrs. O. M. Hill Solution to Previous Contract Problem BY WM. K. McKENNKV SecreUry, Acnirican llrliljce 4 AT 4 3 VQJ 53 * A7 *K6 I A K S C 2 V A K 1 0 7 2 « « * A Q S. Bnp'.icale — ,N, and S. Vul. 0|i>nl!,K lead— 4 K. Sftiilh Wrst Xuiih i-rnsl "vould hold n tenure portion with his king-eight. Therefore, East was forced to piny n small spade, nnd now West hnd no sjwrlp to return. Ho hud to lend n diamond, which Mr. Baldwin Humped In one hand, discarding n spailo from the other, uhd Riving him his contract, of six odd. (iovrrnur's Ilaujhtfr Honored DENVER. Colo. (UP) -Helen lloi-ktnlnill, was elected "mMf popular" gltl tt Colorado Wom»n's College fc«« this year. Automatically «he becomes queen of the 1934 Skyline, college yoar.'book. is. dangliter uf Qov.l ' , . . Mr. llaldwln'/v. \v. llockonhull of New Mexico, GRADE A Raw Milk Phone 74 Craig's Dairy 0 V lass C V Here is an interesting . cnrd- ] 1( . ^ ^ ^ : tlon aial her of prominent local men and Iwlng his women. They will act. as school leadlnt! hand played by the trcns- urcr titnl lournnmom nlieclDr of (he Amu-jean Hrtdi;e l.cafiue — Russell J Baldwin of Cleveland. While Mr Huldwln hns few opiioi- turitlics KI inler tournament competition, dui- to the fiint that lu> conduct.*, nil the major tournaments hfkl In Clio United Stales, n card phiyor, dlslrlbu- perci'iitnye jWs^ibllUli-.i . children in the old district school. West's nvi-rcall of two diamonds not vuliH-riiblv is not ilnngiTOi!.s. In the modern college wlih ils North's jump to four hearts Is u "Hey-nonnle-nounle and a hot-cha- shun In 1 bid. South's bid of live cha" the Toliowing will lake part: shows Mime nddlllonal .slraiislh Mary Virginia CuiiL'r. :.1ell Brooks, nnd a five-card suit. With (his tn- Polly Ann Buck, Carl Rylte. Dor- formntloi " ' ' line Coulter, Doris Dobyns, Lyslra Catherine Posey. • - Mc " rd Joc Dola W. M. Wallace Sunday. "Campus Capers" Presents College Life Set To Music Billy Cade, Earl Roberts and Herman Turner. In a special number Miss Margaret Cross will be featured as the 'Astronomy Girl." Mr. Redman will furnish the vocal selection in this number. Ear! Robvrts of Osceoia wlil dance, and Herman Graves will iing specialties. Tr.c show is sponsored by the Business and Professional Women's club. Ernest Johnson pj Jonesboro Is in charge of the musical scores. A "pell-mell' college with cverj lesson set to music, rhyme and rhythm will be pictured by a number of local young people in the musical show "Campus Capers' Thursday and Friday nights at the city ball auditorium. An entertaining contrast betwcei 1 the old-fashioned district school of yesterday am! the modern college i her home in Pine Bluff after spend- j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lex third vice-president. Mrs. Robert j of toda y « promised by Miss Erlcen Roach; secretary and treasurer,P^ John-on, who is directing the Mrs. N. B. Thompson. ' i snor. Tne cast will Include a num- Miss Alia Nicholson, attractive ing several weeks here with rela- ] lives R. A. Moore has returned from I Sikeston where he attended to bus- I lne;s matters. Mrs. W. A. Stickman spent sev- [ eral days in Hermondale visiting Mrs. Fisk, whose husband died re[ centlj-. Mrs. A. G. Goodman has rettirn- I ed from Rip'ey, Tenn., where she [ was called on account of the death of her father. Mrs. Harold Baker has returned Ladies Birthday ALMANAC N cholson. vcas crowned "Queen -of the Carnival" by Milton Clinton, senior class president, nt the WH-. 666 i.iciinrt. Tablets. Ralve, Nos? Drops ('hrcks Malaria in 3 d^ys. Cold* Eirst day. Hcadiclies rtr Neuralgia In 30 minutes. Fine Laxative and Tonic ! Most Speedy Remedies Known . HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cnr- fd without the knife. Skin ranrpr. varlrnsrd vHm. Inn- *lls rrmovpii non-«nT»ImllT. DRS. NIEP anr» N1ES Office S14 Mair Phnnp n» 1934 Tefl your dracelst to ^ gire you a copy of this i Almanac, NOW, before bis supply runs out. I When Dot obtainable frnm a Atttf store, write for one U The Chall»noot* Medl< elce Co., Cbatt*Tia*f*t Tcnn. G. G. Catidill WE PAY ASH Gold and Silver O.d rilit;;.". watches, chains, pins, cufi' links, lii'oocl'.es, ' vocvlcts, (icnlnl crowns, bvitlgcs, fniintaiii i>ens, canu heads, napkin lirgs. .-poors anytliinu conlai'Mn' Gold or Silver TJriiig It In—We Employ No Solicitors Weds.-Thurs.Dec. 13-14 12:00 M. to 0:00 1'. M. ,GOFF HOTItL Operating Under Government Llce'.v.e No <S8 ' West's Nurth yoes lo six. The Vlay lead was Don't Fail to See THE NEW FORD V-8 FOR 1934 Now Gn Display A Different Kind of A New Car the king of diamonik. which was won in dummy with the nee. Mr. llnld- win then took three rounds of trump and then led ii small club, winning In dummy with the kinK. The seven of diamonds (hen WHS ruffed ;md the ace and queen u! clubs cnst:cd. Mr. Baldwin now had lociited | three hearts and three clubs In the West Ir.M'.d. West had made an overcall of diiunonds. which .undoubtedly showed him with lit least'five diamonds. If he held two- spades, the contract, was made' (Full deulli of Vicka Colds-Control Plan In t.cb Vicks p«ck«re) VIC KS «« FO« SITTER CONTROL OF COLDS —CI.HAK VISION IMWY VENTILATION —CUKATKK HIDING CO.MI'OUT —IHiTTEU rKRFOHMANCIO —1NCUKASE1) (iAS AND Oil, ECONOMY —IMI'IIOVEI) COM) WEATIIEU OPERATION —EASIEK STfJEHINO —HEAUTIFUL INTKIJ10KS —HHIIJJANT APPEARANCE ' T'S a UlfTtrcni kind of new car •-this New I'crd V-8 for 1934. There's no r\|irrlmtnt about II. i:vri)thlr> In '1 IR tried and tested Jiid hundreds nl thuusands of Ford V-rlghts JK,VC (one mllUoru it irUlcs In uctuul srrvicf—and that ihows It ivlll do.. Us bade ilrslgn rtnulns. Ford V-8 driven would be the h«l to permit any i[wntc llicrt. 'Ihr new V-8 U tne natural Micctssnr to the Ford V- flghts of prevljiij ]>r ln . The Ford vollry cf lonllnuou* improvrmrnt nas nevtr nmrr br»utifully Illus- Italrd. It Is Ihr best car of all Ilir rr.iny jond cars the Ford .Motor Company hi* ever built. The Ford V-K for 1933 was outstanding 1 In Us performance, eom- I'trl und economy. None of that Is left out-this year—It Is all iii- trfajcd, Improvrd, to make the New Ford V-8 for 1934 »n even littltr Phone 811 for demonstration today PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. AUTHORIZED TEPPING.. Ill say they're stepping. Just about the best cigarette you ever smoked. Chesterfields arc milder Chesterfields taste better C I9», LKctrr 4r Mvnu TOKAU o Co, '.*"• „. <ir

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