The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 6, 1937 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 6, 1937
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(ASK.) Cotftffifr WEDNESDAY, JANUARY c, Social Calendar BRENTS THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs^ Edgar' Borum entcitahrinj Thursday Contract dub ifts*, Russell Pli Ulips having the Thursday Luncheon club Town ana Country Bridge club ni^etl/is with Mrs James B Clark, 2 P,'M > **. FRIDAY'S pVEI^TS AnicrioanLe'gion Auxiliary meeting at hu,l,"2 30 pm "p. E S 1 meeting 739 P™ ' Dqica's; "Sunday ' school class, First Baptist church, meeting \\lth Mrs R I Haley, 2 30 P. M. Ebuvvood. Cemetery association meeting with Mrs Leslie Moore, 2 30 P. M * Announcement has been made of the marriage] of Miss Lots Bid- Veil and DeleroVi Webstei, botli of this cits The man Inge occurrcc Saturday night at the home o! the' Rev J O Vance, Methodist minister The bade is the daughlci of Mis, J ^B Freeman and Hie bridegroom is the EC; of Mr anc Mrs Walter Webster He is cin- plojcd at tho Charles i> Ozlei Sign shop They are novy at home with the bride's mother. t T * Hani and Apple Casserole Osceola i Society — Peisonal Caruthersville Society — Personal Lucky Nines Have Dinner. Tho Lucky Nine Bridge cluh enjoyed a lovely three-course dinner Monday evening at the home of Miss Pauline Hitinra on We s t Eighth streot, fo!l9»fd by five progressions of'coptrac^ High worn was licld by Jflrs Haiold, Popham Bridge p was plaicd for consoja- tlpn, ^(th MUs Alice Berrynun, re- celvinj the glty IntciUUn,', ^(Ih. Daucf. , Barbara Vfllljs, youngest daugh- tpr o/ Mr and^ Mr4'™Ernfst Wllks, entertained abou\ 25 pf hoi young friends with a dancing paHy at the. horue p/ her parents on Fast Ninth, street last Thursday evening fcntcrlajns Jpliy Nlnw Mr.s. George DIckerson received word yesterday of the sudden death of her/father, W. C. Beverly at SUittgart, following a stroke of paralysis' Monday night. Funeral services will be held at Stuttgart tomorrow Mr. and Mrs Dickorson left Immediately upon receipt of the message and will return Uie latter pait of the week. Mrs. Sam i Coble was In Memphis (yesterday where,;she attended ii; regional conference of the National i Funeral' Directors as- soclalipn. Osccolnns ^119 v,ent tf> Memphis jestciday to, accompany their anil (Ia,ugli,l4rs who YiCrc re- luinlng lo'theu rcspecilvf school: were Mrs, John \y" Edilnglon Mrs Ed/r^foiu, Mrj Ed Ship pen ami (Mrs Godfrey White Mid '^ A Lcsmclstcr 'of Jones- bojp .Is til? guest of Mrs Sam Coble 1 thi? week Mrs Lesmels,ter if the _cp;it,ra.cloi in charge o p( thp new Sivif Funeral Home, on Halp avenue Mi and jyirs J H. .Lovewcll rink iiatn, ruddy apples the pun gtncy 05 liot spite—that'!, Ihc ip. t ptal ip Ii4nv and, "apple casserole mcr^ms j w mnw accompanied, by their dwhter Mrs cleo G-opdln entertained M is Thacl Feltorv of Houston thp Jolly Nin c Bridge club and tv$ ^ ief" thkrVrilng fo extra guests, Mrs Jack Downing I (cn ,, ays vlslt ^ Ulelr , tau ghle Miss Marie' Sla,nek, Moi\diy evening The high score a\\ard_ ampii^ (ho club members was presented fo Mrs Tf W Orc^h inL' held high score for th ' Do\)l\- Announcement " has been madi of tlie. marriage, of Mii>s Rill Bornbolaskf joungest daughter o Mr and Mrs "joe BprubolaskI, t< Halplv ' Ca'ucile," ion of " 'Mr. n\n Mrs R B Caudle The Rev> J •! Thonipson pasfor, of the Chuicl of the Immaculate. Conceptioii said this ring ceremony 'Sunday at the rectory , The b'rlde vvoio a tan ensemble \v4th bipwrf accessories and a coj- sagc of gjrdeniaj She y^s attended, by M.ISS, Ann Bomboiaski .sister o( the brid,c, and her ^brother, L<jo Bombolaski \.vas best man \ Mr and Mrs Caudle, will vnnke -' , at Wsnne, Ark, aftpi a ttxlef vcdalng trip tf> Hot ' Mrs W, aV Club, Mrs O A L Homer iuid.'Mrs Marvin Rob- tnsoa_v\ero guests of Mrs J i{\a\. Thomas jcslcrday when sho had the-, Tuesday Bridge ciul; Afjer lunch there were- care games In v\hich Mrs M A Jsaaps and^Mrs Har/y Kirby won ^ Bits of News ,, r Mostly Personal Life's full of i surprises So aio! apples Especially when tolled Into' a casserole with a ilicc of ham Haul and Applo Casserole (4 to ^ r scrvlnes) One large cental slice of ham 3 4 inch thick (about 2 pounds), 1-3 cup bioun sugar, 1 teaspoon dry niislard, 6 tart apples, 12 wholp loves Tilm all fat from meit and cut lice of ham Intp 0 pieces of su|^- ibls si4e foi IncHy'duil servings Arrange tho pieces In the botWjn if\a slial|ow hc^t icslstant''gluss mklng dish, 2 quart stic Put the str,!ps v of. fat which you lii\ve cut ijl in bclw'ccn % the slices of ham r m[\ sugai_ and mustard ta- ligr^ then sp~i Inkle it ovci the neat Wash and cut each apple ntb halves,; crosswise. Remove core. Place e,ach a$ple v on a slice of meat \U(h 911,1 side dovin on meat Stl^k a whole clo\0 In top of 'each apple Bake uncovcicd, about 45 minutes or uiUil'hnm is tender in mod crate o\en ^350 degrees FO Tha^s What j'o\i calPa 'cheery' dish for cold weather dinners Miss Lois Nell styles, of Kala inazoo, Mich , is -visiting hare Mr and Mr<> Harry Weidmaji and Mr and Mrs D Simmon, •will go to Caruthorsville lonign SOT tme basketball games Dr Fiord Webb is 111 at hi home on West Ash street Mrs Allan Walton Is in Mem, phjs for several davs stav with hei daughter., Mrs Berry B Brook.: jr , and family i Mr and Mrs Max Meyers wll return Friday from St Louis, when they ha\e been spending tho pas ceks Miss Geneva Carter, daughter o Mrs Tomnne Moore, has,gone If ChiBicoth'e", Mo , where she en rolled in tha,Chillicolhe Bu^sincs, college for a'course in business am secretarial trajning Mrs H L. cfiambars is Broiled Bananas and Ham Allow one large rlpo banana foi each serving of broiled ham Broil ham In usual way. .Peel ba- nahns. Place on broiler rack or in pan Briisli with melted bultci pr haln <lrlpplngb an<\ sprinkle llglil- ly'\\ith salt Broil until bananas are broun and tender .Allow from 0 [o 10 minutes for broiling Be sine you serve the broiled bananas very hot In fact, nothing is too hot for a broiled banana. Baked Dinum with Orange Juice ,, *(G servings) Ten bananas, 1-4 cup orange juice, 2 tablespoons powdered su gnr, l 1-2 tablespoons butler, 1-4 tcaspopn ciiniau\on, pinch salt Peel bananas and sciape fice of strips and blemishes Cut each (lj half, crpsswise Butter shallow baking dlsli Arrange ha' 517,3 !n dlsli Spilnklc \\lth piango Juice 5.1158,1, cinnamon an<( sa\V Dot wi(h pieces, of butle^ Bukft- In moderate oven (350 dcgrcei P) for 40 minutes ' Mrs. Hr^rrj Baker, Mrs R c Dent, Mrs ^ A H,ayderi and daughtci, Ka.thcrlnc, spent '-'"hi Memphis Mrs l, o Bennett and dayjh- tpr, Miss Mary Jane, who spcnllas( \\eck iiero with Mrs Hnipld S , Jones icturned to thqli home In LJtllD Rock Ark , Sunday Mrs Ralph Goodjn has been Mrs \Wt tcr Wilks Helen, and sislei, Mrs Hugh Hughey u Ja^kspnvillp, Fia. Mis S n murff drove to Mem phis Sunday fp;i hei daughlci Miss Ypla Mao MuilT, vvho ha teen a patient a.t tlip Methodis hospitil for ten days Brsgg&docjo Girl's Marriage Announce j BRAGGADOCIO, Mo—An nonnccmcnt has been mads of th mainagp of Miss Jamie ipeers chughtcr of Mi and MIS E r FLAPPER FANNY S »* NM SEW[, INC. "She cnn't Uq>i mini more, thin mock ' * "\\lictM <Hi rc loo hard to i>lt '*-. ^Sprout, jour sirv ints eisv, going ' x Ice Cream Cone G I'l. Tall SYDNEY (UP)—Something new In Ice cream cones was provided j for former pupils and their guests " at Uie Jubjte ot (he Methodist Ladles' College here u was 6 feet, high, weighed 250 pounds, and was built in seven "tiers, colored pale blue and dark - blue (the college color),'and adorned With the college badge. CARD OF i'HANKS We" wish to thank'all the friends who weie so kind dtuing the illness and death of our darling Mother, Mrs. Ada Alice Jones. We especially thank those who sent the beautiful flowers and the Rev. Mr Cunningham foi ins consoling words and also German Under (aklng company for sympathetic service Mr ind Mis Basil McClme, Mr and Mrs, Clyde Crammond, Mi and Mis vv J Evans, Mr and Mis Charles Jones Mr and Mrs Bill Bailey Mi and Mrs Chaiile Stiles CARD OF THANKS" " We would like to tliank all of our friends vvho were so good to help care for our darling son and brotl er, Piul Wright, during his Illness of pneumonia and also to those vvho weio so thoughtful ifter his death We especially >vant to thank Dr L B Coopei for hts faithful service and 'constant care. Mr.- and Mrs.-W. M. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Burns. Mr. and Mrs. G. w. Headman, Silas, Marie,. Madge and Blllic Wright. One Dei'endcr Blocks Other and Declarer Makes Contract , a i foi Double Wedding MANILA, Ark—A double wedding yos solemnized Monday morn ing when Miss Mildred Haysi vyas married to Aubrey Dillon and Miss Dollle Bragg became the brido oi Raymond darner The two couples motored to Bivlhevillo and weje married by tha Bav Alfred Carpenter, p-\5lor or tlie First Baptist church Mrs Dillon, who Is from Focahonlas liad been \istltng friends here for several weeks Mr Dillon is Ihe son of Mr and Mrs C r Dillon ot near Manila They plan to leive soon for Oarj, Ind,, where Mr Dillon will work Mi nnd Mrs Garnei plan lo mate their home here. '. ' t I - ; ' Ste.ele-Cootcr' Society — Peisonal Manila : News Notts J Walter Wells, who has been vlsllng his brother Wilborn of Ma. nlla has rotnrned to his home in Evansvillo, Ind C W Tip^on and daughter, Anna, macic a business trip to Memphis today. Skelton of Monolte, Ark . rs s s confined to her bed aftar havinc tor ? fe «* still I ^ v 'siting her sister I/wada here injured'her back when she feU down the steps a week agp at her country homa Dick Tipton has relumed to F-IJ- eltevillc, where, he attends tho Uni versity of Arkansas, after spending the hohdaxs at home Maui> Collins, son of Mr and Dodo Smith n\ade a business trip lo St Louis Sunday night He ic turned Monday Mrs J j Collins of Steel e, underwent an emergency operation last night at the Blylhaville hos pita! His condition. Is serious Miss BHty" L"o McC^t/chcn has returned to \V inter park no •where she attends^ Rollins college She ^-15 accompanied by her roommate, Miss Jean Willnnis, of ^evv Orleans who came down for a bnol staj ivi[h lier Edward Curran of Tanncrs\il!e, N Y , who has b°cn visiting at Caruthersville, underwent an emergency opration for appendicitis jestcrd.ay at Uie Blythcville hospital. He Is the 20-s ear-old son of Mr and Mr,s M E Curran of Tannersvihe, 1 -who' are expected to arrive here within a"short line Mr and, Mrs A' G." Hall are attending to business in points of Missouri ' Miss Ethel Braun returned to her home in Memphis jesterday alter spending a few days with Mr ana Mrs. J Nick Thomas Miss Mlria'm smith left las night for Columbia, Mo , where sh attends Stephens college, alto spending the holidays at home J. Hick Thomas, ail«rjd.ea to business In Jtenvphls jesltcfday llfs Anno Stevens Potter Is visiting friends hi sfc Loiils, fane vvctlt up Kc» Years and plans (9 return home sometime" ncijt week Mr, and Mrs. Hubsr$ patter plan to leave February l tor iiorlda, Tvhcre thcj^wlll ipend two months While away their daughter, Elainj, WI1 be with her grandparents, Mr *nd Mrs. J, Nick Tnomas Hudson who spent tne iclldajs with his parents, Mr and >Irs R s Hudson, has returned o, Springfield Business College in Springfield, Mo Max. Hutchins, spn of Dr and Mrs w P Hutchins of Manila left Mond.vv to cuter Vandorbtlt university in Nashville, Tenn For' Ihe rnst two seasons he his been a star plajcr pn ihc Bis thorite Chlckrisavvs, acclaimed stale loot Ixill champions (or 1936 Kejlc>-Kcrbe> Announcements have arrived here pf tiie marriage on Dec 20 at Lii bourn of Miss ora Kclloy oi Haiti and Alojizo Kearsoy of Slaelo Rev Dace, of Lilbourn peilormed tljo ceremony. The bride Is tlio daughter of Mr and Mrs V B Kelley of Hayti After she graduated from Hayli high school she attended Central college at Favolte and State Teachers college at Capo Girnrdcan rhe bridegroom is tlie son of Mr and Mrs. A. P- Kcarsey, prominent residents of tins county Hu graduated from Caruthcrsvli!" high school in 1031 and later attended Missouri university for two yedrs, ror two jcars he has been cn\- plp>e4 In tlie Bank of Steele , t • « tlarncs Lcdford Mrs Florence Ledford anj J W Barnes \vere mnrricd last week l|i the home of Mr and Mrs T E Weaver of Stcelo with Justice of Peace Ovvons performing the ceremony in the presence of a fevy in- timate.friends and' relatives. They are inaklng their home with rclalives'-'here.until' tiiclf homo on their farm is completed W Tenn Mrs Mr and Mrs J McKtnnon spent Tuesday in Jonesboro Bennle Fcnrtler, who spent the past fc\v tlajs v\itli his paranls, Mr and Mrs A Fendler, has. returned to the umversilj oi Tennessee Medical School He \vos accoirjpanlcd by Mr and Mrs Ben fachncidcr, Miss Ruth Goldman of Little pock and R E Fendler They spent twj days In Memphis, visiting friends Miss Goldman has been Mrs. Schneider. The Y W A of the First Bap fist church met in the home pt the president Mi's Lucille Curiwright. Monday night Special guests included Mrs o W Setters president of the W M V and Mrs o B Kelly, counselor of the Y W A Two novv members \\cre enrolled, Misses Pauline and McWhirtcr, R»lreshmcnls served and at the close of the meeting the president who ccl-brated her twentieth birtlday Sumiav honored with gKts EeW couner K6*s Want Ads. Toledo Out of Rcil TOLEDO (UP)— For the first time In a decade, the clossd , an operating jcar with a surplus in the treasury Tlie excess amounts to 446,103 Th, jears budget call- Ing for $3,248 891 has bean submit led to the council it balances with predicted general fund revenues Ml Marshall-Blcdsoc; Mrs Violet' Marshall or near Steclc is announcing the nmrligo of her daughter, Miss Helen to PlOKl Blcdsoe, \vhich occurred in he home of tlie grooms brother, B p Blcdsoe of Wsnne Ark on Oct 31 The marriaijc was kept a secret even-from members ot tho families The brklo Is Ihc daughter of t^ie hlc Ellery Mnrsiiall and a gradit- aic of Sl«clc high school '" 1820 and of Draughon's Business College of Memphis After she finished school she look a position vvltfi tl-p General Motors Co. and made her homo In Memphis but she and Mr Biedsoc have.'been frcciucnt visitors in this city. Mr. Bledsos U the son of Mrs. Sullsno Blcdsos and Ifro late \v M Bledsoe of-Memphis. He graduated from Augusta, Ark high school in 1923 and latter attended Draugh ons Business OOfe-ge For the past scar he has been in busin-ss at West Memphis, Ark, where they arei making their home Jvfr-; ton Announcement ha,$ b;cn nnde of Iho marriage last October ot MUs Nell oernian, Daughter of Mr and Mrs ^ L pernum to jej^ Led ford son of Mrs. Florence L"dford Barnes. They will make their home wtlh llw bride's parent^ until their new home on R farm near this city Is I completed j the said the Mr, and Mrs. G Martin 'I have gone to Mexico City for several weeks vacation. en to n ci home fpi the past • with an ittack of influen/a Pete Stiierr of stkcston. Is S in the home ot her dnugh- Irs. Ralph GoodlnV s Ernestine Wilks who spent jhrlslnm holidajs. her? vylth arcnls Mr and Mis Drnesl iclurncd to Pulton Mo lay evening she Is ,i studen' Illlam Woods colicgu s Philip Hamra a\id bon rrefl. to Columbia Sunday to take daughter rind ' sister, Miss l, back to tlie University of mrl, where she is attending 1 this year. They were accbth- d there bj Miss Lucille Spl- and Earl Masdon, whp spen^ holidays iirre with their pii Mr and Mrs r M Spidell Mr and Mrs E C Masdon * •s, Joe Williams and dau»ht°it 'Tiessic ,of Salem Ark ar-^ I here ruday evcniiit, to visif diu^htcr and ststcr MIS V 'letcher Miss Trcssie is stiy-, here with her sister this ycai is attending the - local hii;h ol V Robinson jr , wlio spent holidays hcie with Ins rial returned Sunday lo Columbia^ l , \\herc lie Is attending Coia Military Academy He svas npanied there by his motlici W V Hobinson and sisters, es Dollji; and Bcltj larles David R^lgley returned lay to Fulton, Mo vvheio he is lident a.^ Westminister college had spent tho holulajs Iirre Ills parents, Mr and Mrs ry Ridgley and Mrs A L FrejUj reed Sunday t\om utchncld K> re they had spent about two >s visiting \vith relatives of Mrs lag born "Cobb' McAdam-, ua = n to Hie Methodist hospital in iplns Saturday for treatment was nccompinled by his nxotli-i Mrs Millard Wilke sist«r, Mis.-. isc and brother, Ambers Me ins of St Louis nbers McAdams, who Ind su-nt ral dajs here with his mothe- Millard Wilke, and famllv rncd to Ills home In St. Louis ^n,- iss. Sclnm Cooperman. who it the hplidavs here with her snts left Tuesday night for rul- Mo.. where she Is a student William Woods College 11 Show Pictures of Luther at Church iclurcs of Martin Lutlicr am work he did as the beginner Prptestinlhm will bo sho\vn at First Christian church: toil, ii making the announcemen Rev Carroll B Cloyd, pistor You will learn some of the spns why \vc now invc tin. tcslant church Luther wis first tq openly break aw a n the Roman Catholic church especiallv Invite the jourr pic to see these pictures. aines \\111 be plajcd after the ures are ^hovvu 3p3ers, iq Jimmie Lemonds of Ill- no The manin_e took place last \ugust but vvis not announced un- il the Clnistnms holidavs Mis Lemonds Is teaching in tlie Benton high school. r Unggailauo Xeivs Not-s. Miss Mable Long, who has been n Memphis for treatments spent the holidms with her pircnts here Mr and Mrs Robert Pitney of Mempnls Mo , spent Christmas with Airs Pitney s parents, Mr a,nd Mrs Frank Lang Rflvmond Gallahei and AfniUv C,rimcs left S-Uurdaj night for Chllllcolhe, ^heic they attend school Mr -intl Mis jack Wilkinson of Memphis, S p nt Sunday with Mr and Mrs p c Holt Mr and" Mis Bob Rogers of JCenne t visited Mr and Mrs. ripjd Hamlet Sundaj ' ' Jessie Lo^i Wught L Bucle of Ctnp Moigan OARUTHERSVILLE, Mo -Miss Jessie Lou Wright and Clnp" Morgan vverc imriied pn Wednesdas Dec 30 me bnde Is the (iau-htei « Mr ^nd Mrs Albert Wright of Hodges Ala, and h«s been hvinc at Braggadocio seveial months with an uiiclp and atmt Mr and Mrs I R she Is a member of the senior class in school theie Mr Morgan the son of Mrs s« rah, is a vvell-inovvn voiin" inan of th" Braggadocio community Landscaping Is Subject of P.-T. A. Lectur^ Tiie Junior-Senior High school Parent-readier issoclation will sponsor i lecture at tlie high school auditorium Thursday night 7o clock, which will be the firs of ten to be given weekly Tho subject will be 'Landscaping Gardens and these Themis will be discussed Making Plans ' • Walks iiiil Outdoor Living Rooms', Planting the Koine Grounds", "The Lawn and Its pare , • Spcchl Purpose Gardens How to Set Out Flints', 'How to Propagate , • How to Prune Shrubs" and "Pools' This series of lectures is being given undei (he direction of pul Craig smith Hughes Instructor in tl] 0 school. Mothers! ( i~JvT^ ^ on ' ta ' <c c ' la nccs \i y. -JS w i'l< colds . . . rub on vfco\ V 5 SJJ S •VMMETCaMHB^MV TERUY ABSTRACT & REALTY (JO. '' Abstracts, Liml-, A. Fo^n3 E. JI. Tcrrj-, l*rcs. and Mgr. I'hpneCi; lily) hcyillc,' Ark. •••••fiiaa^SHHBIMHM PHONE 180 FOEQUALITY WORK AND GOOD SERVICE NP-WA LAUNURY^CLEANERS * ^ — — - 1 ^^•BBHBBHHBK? is> war j MCKJ NM \ etrclarj, Americiii Biiilge Iciive Not: nearly enough bridge play- rs have mastered ihe fine art pf liscarding a high card. Hundreds [I contracts, are made <iaily by dc- larbr.s because one of the defend- ng players cherislied a king, 'a. uccn, pr a jack 'so highly lliat he ilockcd the suit thus preventing ils partner from running tricks inougYi to dotcTt the contract Today's hand is an exaiiiDle of :his type of play West liked the looks of his picture in diamonds A \J3 V98G i t QflC j A 105 N E S Deafer 4k K Q 10 ^ G »7 « A 10 7 4 * A!) 3 ASS I V Q 10 * J vf A Jll , G 42 + K85 *KQ Itubbcr—E. & W. vul. Souili y^Cit Nurlh Fait IV Pass 2V '-.2* : 1 V I'nss P.iss Pass Opcmnj" lead—4 8 Today's Cpnlrgct Problem i Souths contract is seven i dinnbnds. Alter Ihc opening | lead, he can count 12 tricks. \ A successful heart finesse would make the slam. Should this even chance be taken, in preference lo any other line of play? * A Q 3 V A 5 2 * J3 *K10654 your skin • Wlich doing house ^orK, especially iflt.r ha.\ins h(id j our InuUs . in walcr, Cham birhin's Lotion, the loiioii lliat sdliiiiscs. II helps prevent rcngh lies f irriiition, liclps keep jour hands s mo'o t IK It dries quickly loo, is never sucky, greasy or gum my At all toilet s;ooils cbuntcrsi Clnmbcr . lain Laboratories, :, DCS Moinc ' (Blind) N W E . Dealer I (Blind) 4& None VQ T !0 i\ , 4 A K 10 9 8 1 0 G A. A 8:- -.,•--..: , S N.- & S. v;ul. Opener^^ 2. Solnlion ill next issue. G so much that lie gave South a contract vyhich "should have been defeated. All west had to do was to pavs the way to a needed entry in his partner's hand by droppiria, his honor on the first lead of the suit. Although East had a; strons, looking hand as shown by his overcall a^ the range of two,'he alone could-inot carry .the bidding any higher. bonth permitted East to win tlie first trick with: the ten,' but won the king oi spades, which was returned, with the ace. Then he pulled tvyo rounds of trump. Declarer could count "nine tricks -one spade, one club, one diamond, arid six hearts.' His only hope for the tenth trick "was "in the diamond suit. Hovvcvcr, to win two tricks there, or' rather lose riot more than one, he liad-'ta'pav: {he way by eliminating the other suits. South led the king of clubs, East won and relumed another spade, which South ruffed. He look the queen of clubs trick, then le'd a small heart, winning in' dummy, an<l played a small 'diamond. This declarer won with the king,'West playing the deuce South "now returned a diamond, and when Wests jack went up lie played a. low diamond from dummy. \yest, with only clubs left in his hand, was forced to lead one and permit declarer to discard his last diamond, while diimmj ruffed Just. as an afterthought. East, too, could have saved the situation by returning a club instead of the third "spade. i .Everything' For Your Entertainment; and Comfort ; - Thurs, Read Courier News Want Ads Get: quids relief with Thornton '& Minor Pilo Ointment from ternblo Piles The private formula used by; world's oldest rectal clinic in successful treatmentof 47,000 sufferers Soil on a Money-Back Guarantee by klrby Drug Co. Main Cut Rate Hi-Way Cut Rate NOTICE Dr. Hrc.vvcr has moved his rjental over GuauPs Jc\^ch y Store. nlite West in "Go West Young Man" With Waucn William, \\AJ\- dpl])h Scott and Alice Brady Also Paramount News and Comedy —Admission— Matinee—10 & 2Go Night—16 ft 3Gc TUESDAY, JAN. 12— $25.00 BANK NIGHT! Last .night Frieda .Iloiiira of Fulton KJ , ison the $17500—JUkmff linnk Ucpo'-it next week $'3 CO' Experienced travellers ihot o pleasant me Hotel Melbourne. Softcom- fortgble beds every luxury; ond very fine food at moderate cost. .—Ahrays 10 & 25c—Ic Tax Show Kvcry Night Milmccs Frnl 15, Situnli}, Sunday tridij «, Sunihy iilitmccs—2 t n Saturday Matinee — Continuous Showins; — 1:00 Till 11:00 I>. M 2 Adults Admitted for Price of. 1 All Children—IOc MAX ailNHAHOfSprod 'A MIDSUMMER NICHTSDREAM Also Selected Shorts Special Matlucp Thursday Starts Vromptly at 2:30 I'. M. Sr,

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