The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 11, 1934 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 11, 1934
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HURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1934 BLYTHEV1LLE, (ARK.) COl'RIER NEWS PAGE THREE Dr. Wvnekoop on Trial fur Life Triple Squeeze Forces Out Danger-Cards in Three Suits Oman Physician Carried Before judge to Enter Plea of Not Guilty. 3HICACO. Jan. 11. (UP)—The | * ol the People of Illinois against: . Alicf l.indsey Wynekoop was led for trial loday in Judge J"- >h B. David's courtroom and the iman piiyslclan. charged Mil.-:' irder of her daughler-ln-law, *ta, entered a jilea of not gullly. DuLsliie Ihe courtroom door wo- j n spectators shrieked for admit- j ice lo the trial. I 'he disturbance was so great thai order was issne4 barring the; blic from Ihe courtroom. I Pnc woman physician, so. feeble ? was brought to Ihe courtroom a wheel elialr and carried the nalnder of the distance by ball- i. spoke her p!ea in a voice so ' ^ L striking dose-up of Dr. as to be almost inaudible. Alice W) , nctoopi = mlnem Chicago Because extreme fears have been hida .( w , was bro „, iWD pressed thai Dr. Wynekoop. one. £, un , n „ wlled chalr [0 dav lo trial for the murder, of her Jesse Brown Succeeds Lee Wilson on Mississippi County Bank Directorate OSCEOl.A. Ark.. Jan. II.—The Mississippi enmity Dank al Osceola and the Rank of Keiser al their annunl meetings Tuesday reported ! increased earnings, wliicn the di- j rectors voted lo pass to ll'.c ac- ! count of undivided pi-cms. • '. Al Ihe Mississippi County Hank | Je.ssi- Brown of 1,11x0™ was elect- | «3 10 t;:c <lir?ctonue, succeeding I the lale R. E. U-e Wilson, J. w. ' Spann was re-elected president. A. i Wundcrlick. vice president, and C. B. Wool, vice president and tecre- tary. L. L. McUearinau was re- •:toct«i liie fifth director and was also re-employed as cashier, with Mrs. Margaret McDcarman Criii- j fieW. assistant cashier, and Miss Vivian scurlock. bookkeeper. I R. E. Lee Wilson jr. succeeded his | father ns chairman of the board c! directors of the ur.nk of Keiscr. R. H. Robinson is president of the Dank of Keiser, Dr. N. B, lis vice president, p. A. Gillett. Dr. J. T. J J o!k and W. M. Taylor, di- Today's Contract Problem South Is the declarer at thrce 110 trump. West opens a heart. When should South win the liearl trick? Wlic-n lie does win, Ills |ilay Is llic dciii'e of diamonds. Wlml card should why? West play und KJ 4 AJ 4 S ' 2 y K 10 S C * 1C If) <«. Q fj C Drnln- A 10 9 C : V Q •) •' A* A K 7 East Ilii'i: could tnke the finesse ol the iiinnp I,, ,huumy, Ni>nh cli.'cimllns : . lu'mt. A Miial: .-iiiij was relumed. North winning M.I:, Hie inu'cn. North Ve- turned n -,r,:i\\ | u -:ii-l. inn) Kusl finessed !•., IM ), wliioh held the Irlck. Th. :,M. n f dlninmuLs wi\s led iiml >...,:[ HI dummy with linking, NOi'.li (iiM-.ii-dliig ii spade. A smiil! i-l no wns ri-'liinu'il, Norlh plav.-d u u . king and declarer I tumped •..:;!, n u . S [ X ,, r tllninunds. He then >:i n-.i- -MI- ol dlainnndi. plckhii! lii) Souths last (rump A imatl oh-.i, v.- ; , s (iiM-nrdi-d fiun dummy. North ••>!. fqHi'iwil-iie etuild not lei i;i, ;i !„ ;i u or i!cfhirer's lire Midway Notes Mr. and Mrs. E. M. McDonald nml niece, Miss Neva Williams, visited In MemiHils Wwiiiffcluy. Leonard 11111 inul tho little dannhter of Mr. mid Mrs. Hill arc taking liralmenis iiftci. Ix-lng bll- li-ii by n dog. ! Tlu- CWA is grAVPlIng Ihe road > west from McDonald's slore past • .lie county furm. I Tlilcvcs have been busy In this. section slra'.inR tires nnd biillCTlc.s. fi'Din cars. • I Miss Walker visited Mrs. lllll Sunday. I Mr. Mrs. E. M. McDonald i visited In niytlirvllle Tuesday. sick, tills week are Jolm Hyan, Mrs. Simp Ryan ol Armorel and Mrs. Lenoro need, and Mrs. sain Aul- Tom H«rt were c*lled here to be Iord - with John Rytn. * A Q 1 t A '•> I I * K J 4 ;\ Solution in nrsl Issur-. l Soiui.-an to Previous Contract Problem 11Y WM. K. McKKNXKV El- j Secretary, American Bridge I-cague « ,vas at her side. undreds of curiosity seekers i h rM ned and sho to death on d i ve = lors ' J ' K ' f:hil< ' 3 was ^ CMhler ,. w ..., el:00 y s ,. riva , e on-ratinz med tbrought corridors of thej ' «i» e - 0 °P ^ iwnate op.ra.inj iinal courts buiiding seekin» ad- j ___ . ., .''. ___ ision to the trial. Fifty police plain 9lothes officers were hed to the scene to clea-- the rldors. t Dr. Wynekoop's side as her matic trial opened were her son, of L. M. Vance, resident ui ...^, Iker Wynekooy, and her daush-1 Oosnell community northwest of F - A - Gillelt. j. B. Herron, J H Dr. Catherine Wynekoop. I Blythevilie, was fined $10 for pas- Cullum. J. c. Cullum, K. P. Cnl- "he two young people, their fac- j jessing more than Ihe legal bag Mum. 0. O. Williamson and H. R. U-e n-ave and concerned, spoke words j limit of quail for a Iwo dny's hnnll Wilson jr., directors. The latter ! s encouragement to their mother , by Municipal Judge C. A. Cunir.g- '< chairman cf the bnsrd. 3roceedings goi under -.vay. j ham yesterday. Vance gave notice | . — . — . of appeal to circuit court. i Vance was arrested several weeks jago by Otto .Cummin?:, deputy slate game warden. At the lime of asper Northcutt, son of Mr. and, his arresi .Vance had 26 quail in oiland News Notes The beginner always finds It difficult lo recognize a squecra -.-' ])!ny, since there never have been ., .set rules on how lo recognize one. • ; and (here arc so many different Wilson Bank 1'ays Dividend i tvpes. Of course the most, difficult WILSON. Ark.—Al ire annual' 11 ' n " squeezes to recognize and 10 meeting of (he Bank of Wilson i cxecute properly is Ihe triple Tuesday a 10 per cent dividend was i «1<>eoze—where yon squccj-c both voicd and the following officers ; oppcncnls. Between Ihem. they 1 ' •"-' try to protect thrce sntis. If -xnieeze is applied properly, find it impossible to c!o so. Here Is onc of Ihe Iriule squeeze national championship tournnmcnl plays that came up at the recent in Cincinnati. West's opening bid of one spade in rather light, but the fact that he does make an original hid help': him and his pnrlner to arrive at n gome, contract. Man Fined $10 «.,,:, . e oowng officers I0f uame L3W VlolatlOnl were elected: K. P. Cullum, prcsl- ' A 0. 1 ij 0 1 v, j :i s ; 5 4 S A A K i) i n A K if K :l 0 i V A 1 ii f, 1 4 A (j 1 u i) G :< VU 2 ' « J .s t 2 A J T, I .1 I)U|ilk.iti:--X. anil H Or'iiiMK li-ail — V KiHllll Wi'^l \nrlli Pass 1 * I'n-s I'asH -i $ J'ass Vlll. Q. Knst Kkron News Notes Sunday school will he held In tho r.cmc cf O.von [Joss until tne scliool | liuilding. now being reitpcurnteil. Is. !ii;-j!n nvai!ab>. | Mr. and Mis. George Smith tire t::? |iar?nt.s "1 a baby bay, Mrs Zcllurd Sinllli and iwo chll- clri-ii. wbci li:ive Ijc'en visiting here, were cnllotl home Saturday by the ileuln cl Mrs. Smith's dither. Among those In this community HOW WOMEN CAN WIN MEN AND MEN WIN The Favor of Other Men Unless livn \>\K\I cf bi!* Juke f.ow dill from >(,ur hvi-r Lntu your U)v\tU, »i> a In >ou \ o . body. .Muvtimm* Kit hull! »inl Y . . , - l " ust dent: J. H. Grain, vice-president- • "'* the' T - W. Hutson, cashier; J. II Cram' ' ll ' c> ' ' Form Farm Company LITTLE Washington ROCK, Mound Ark. — The Farms com- The Play South oi>cncd the Nimon, daughter of Mr. and claimed Hie quail represented three s. P. Nimon, were married r'rl-1 days' hunting by a friend 'and by Justice of the Peace M. R. iley. They are living tempor- y with the bride's parents. 'he wedding of Royal Lester Miss .Mildred Horlon, kept ret since H was perfromed Deiber 24 by the Rev. E. G. Ste- hfls been announced. At- dants at the ceremony were T. Lester and Miss Velva ter. Ir. Lester, son of Mr. and Mrs sses Lester, attended the local ti school and later took, a busi- s course at Poplar Bluff. Jew officers were installed toy • W. M. S. al the home of Mrs. in Cohoon Wednesday. They Mrs. Carl Kenley. president; Minnie Howern, vice-piesi- if Mrs Lawrence Stivers, sec- iry-treasurer: Mrs. Carl Kenley, irman of nrogram committee: I L Fisher, chairman of sonai service; Mrs. Allan, chnir- of stewardship and mission ly, and Mrs. J. D. Best, chair- n. 'of finance committee. Ylday Ihe New Madrid nssocia- W M. S. will hold its quar- ,y meeting al the Portageville >tist church. 4 * tie Rev. E. G. Stenhenson lefl dnesday for RLsco where he remain unlil Sunday. He con| Is semi-monthly meetings at Baptist church' there. Iverelt Utley accompanied Mr. Mrs. Virgil Utlev and son to Ibb City. Mo. Monday where 1 y will he guests of Mr. and I;. Jesse James for a week. I IT. and Mrs. Arnold Harris are parents of an 8 1-4 pound I ghter. Mrs. Harris, the former Is Lulu Bowman, is with her Ither, Mrs. S. L. Robinson, at lele. I Ir. and Mrs. Sam Ward enter- |ied Sunday with a dinner for following: Mr. and Mrs. C. P J iderson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold I tie, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Little and Mrs. C. F. Jenkins anc Andrew. Mr. and Mrs. Russel I tie, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Allison I1 Miss Eunice Reid. llr and Mrs. Tul Kinely, Lcon- |l Constable Garvin Wilson and 1 iey Kinley wenl to Chicago las k where'Tut Kinley enlered a J.litarlum for thrce montl- lalmenl. l/Ielvin Kifer arrived last wecV |m Newelton, La., v>-here he hn working for a year, for a |ef visit with his parents, Mr Mrs. J. A. Kifer. |«r. and Mrs. Bill Elevens hav lurned liere from Houston. Miss Elevens is the former Mis I rjorle Edwards, daughter of Mr Ii Mrs. Jack Edwaids. Hanford Cohoon and Archi 1-hard were In Memphis Tues on business two days hunting by himself. The court said that admission of pos- an allegal number al- courao but conviction, session of lowed 1:0 even if the birds were killed by Wo hunters. AUen ymith. negro, was fined $50 on a charge ol carrying a concealed weapon. md six wa-iiil !>,• ^-CKHI. so he re-1 leased th- m-p ol clubs, alluwin'j; his pniiiicr to proleut the clii') suit with the jack. ! Duclari.T nmv :od Hie (en ol din-1 nionds. South dropped Hie five of clubs, dummy (li^cnidcrt the seven' of spades .ii.d Nonli v.-iis squeezed i In both s;:.u!rs ami he-arts. Hi- de-1 J 1 "" \ elded, howevi-:-. 10 drup the six of | 1, 's, t , spades. : \;] u ]f t East new :cd Ihe ace uf hearts,! <*!"' which S((,;fo:'ri! Soiilli. If he let | 'cVA"' go llK- iac-; of Hubs. tJunmiy's nine would be i;oc<l. >a lit- relented the thrce of spndrs and declarer di"- cartied ',1\" tiinn o( clubs from the last three v:llh the ace. .spades. foo'.l , }Gurul:uli low (tin. liinil'Si-s.'iliill t-Jii, UJ IliJ'.t-, kns. ii:uinrsl. heflJnt!H>. Yi>u hiK. EOilr.lliinVLni: pcrjiui. fttu hHV« Init G ur l>rrsonDL cVaiin. i:vn>Uiil]r Ulnlfe nil] fioni uu, llu: 'iDn't uku kultl. mineral ^vjitrri. ^lh. llVblivv |lill<. luxAllvi., C«EMllfll UI' ' ... xcl r |^ . t- uf thh puiiun llml ik'4lioya your ptfii ' It. roi- tliey r bowi-la ninl h'of llic nr- ' only e>mrru. Thi-y rnu't ilo I'.. -. move out U-.i- mil rml of you Ihal ilotin'l luke i\u«r tiwiuk.. _. ,..- ... invol I>O|IOEI. Cyitiitlki uun't lit-lii Kl *]l. Drily a fri-e Hnw n( your Ult Juice «-;il [crKviK'Eion fn>,iitr Ixi^rli, l'>if \{ yon wo ilnr, ni 1,1 1 fls GOOD as THEY LOOK ! You'll find that PEDWIN fit and service are juat as oulstanding as their style and tailored ciaftsmanship are good looking, flfter your first pair you'll ask for them by name. 4 ' dummy, winning tricks in dummy kiiuj and einht o! with Ihe secretary c-ning of the jack and x, esix?cially if state. at no trump, oflcn will prove bcne- It listed 100 shares of stock at final, bul the queen and x usually S100 each as capital and named has proved lo be a losing play, as J. H. Webb of Earle as resident ''• dors in this particular Inmd. Bocnt. Weub, M. J. Webb (under- Wesi won with th'e king, and the stood to be his wife. Mrs. Mary il ' v - n of diamonds was returned. Jane Webb) and Virgil Greene. Norlh showed out, discarding the been erected on Blythevilie attoiney, were listed as tten of clubs and East, the dcclar- -pullntn l'!>5-'.. l^Mo |ft-t up. in ihe incorporators. tr. won Ihe trick with the queen. Andes mountains. 'MMKaMMJJaa»aMHaMBMiBiiiMSaiMaiMi»Ea*'JTjj-.'--ctaL'?aK_g^r j ipi«i'w. ilir.fttn lUfui,- "t ir.«y K n;ir. Alt ff.rl'ni an<! pet \vl:n clinrm in win mm, nlRrt Unit - faring Incl vour nf n. ulurl taking I.Iver Pilla nc^nullnif lo im-lh!n^ Juki ni'»oo<l". for It i,.-*-n irt-lh i,r ?i-nt«l ricliini. •^'1 l.iltli 1 I.ivi-r Pills by HUNK- SOU n;k lor O1933.C. M. Co. Tiie FAMOUS Next Dour (» (itiitrd Jewelry Jnc Aiiplvlmum Store I A new v.vmh'.-r co-.orvatory lias'. thr r.:i[iiiniL of U:i- I Tiie motive force of a Mexican jumping 'o-:an is a little worm which catapults itself about inside the bean, causing it to mave or jump. Station Code Effective in Lepant O. Ark.—The filling sta Ins in Lepanto are now workln ttalr ctrie. nccordlng to |9lory, lool chairman of Hie NR Inplianco beard. Ho also 511 ded In gelling the dyers an |an«rs of I/;panlo lo agree |rk under their cods. ood News for • * ttfot thit r» riihl inli) 0* povaiu/oeulnlim hurnitu acid*, bn OSpiUJOlmnirvnifiTl. No HKK* idunt btt ^ bUJ-l-.r. v<e (uindil ju - nf> frijin l»vk o T *. rj-iii- \«t «1n Tfi*' F^r ri'ky r'li 1 ^ s^iAlnt MvutrtKcftcuMkTitw. Oivja No Fiid To Tiie Prais° In Blvt!\evil!e Ir. Hu'l Fitid" In Two lioxcs of Clv-Cns .Tusl thi- Rf suits He Had Been Wanting for Many Years It Is a striking fact that in .anv instances of awful fiirler- i» vhere nil kinds of medicines nd treatments had failed, this ew vegetable Gly-Cas has given oniplete relief that is astaund'r.g even the most stubborn case-: MR. R. G. HUNT >f rheumatism, neuritis, stomach kidney, bowel troubles. Read the allowing praising statement made ecenlly by Mr. R. G. Hunt. 428 '. Oth St.. Blythevilie. well known ocal man: "I had tried till kinds of meci- cines before but never one to equal Gly-Cas." he said.- "I was •niserable years with stomach »v;el troubles. Would become ick at my stomach after Ciltin 1 'oods soured, bloated so. Alwa •.ad to lake strong laxatives to el any action. I was in this rendition for years, then since I Md the flu last winter my whole vs'cni seemed to go back on me Vss worn-out all the lime, tired 'rogj" and had no pep. But Gly"as wasted no time in helping me vhv bv Ihe time I finished my sec- md tox I was feeling like a new inn. Gaining in weight and •ren;lh, eal and sleep good an; cci Pine. It is wonderful to he o uell again—and I owe all nv resent good health to this • oni -dic'ne—Gly-Cas." is sold by Klrby Bros Jrus Co.. and by all leading drui •lores In surrounding towns. —Ad\ GRADE A Raw Milk Phone 74 Craig's Dairy $2.75 Hudnnt Double Compact S1.50 f" ** FIcli-lR-rs Crazy Crystals Castoria ?.Vi Hammond ELECTRIC Akirm Clocks •lie Vicks SALVE | CLOCK 1 Watches 29c SI .00 Super I) Cod Liver Oil Pinkham Vegetable Compound Fitch Shampoo-49c Chili Tonics Wampoles Preparation EXTRA SI'KCIAI- 35c Frostilla 2 for 49c Supply Limited Glycerin, 4 Qz. 25c Black Draught SI.00 !'\ntn!aiu A 1.1, SALES CASH AT J SALES FINAL Wine of Cardul 8»c; Bathing Aicohol Iftf Kinds Honey Almond 39c Rose Water and Glycerin, 6 (k 2'5c SI.(Ill Tlot \Valcr BOTTLE 59c Perfection Cleans. Tissue,-580 count 42c Ipana Tooth Paste New KLEENEX 18c 83c Clovers 1.56c Vicks Manjre Remedy 69 c 2 for 15c Hygea Carbolic 5flc Wulgrccii Tootti Paste 27c Colgate Barber Bar, pound 25c ODE !9c Norwegian Cod Liver Oil, Pint 58c Listerine, Old $1 Size 59c Main at Broadway Main at Second KIRBY'S The moH oiil.sLuiidtiii; colluclinn of (itic .shoes fi'om Die- ?tamli>oiiit of superb workmanship, ((tiulity am] style variety tvcr offered in any of our fatuous annual January SaJcs . . . and certainly thu most outstanil- inj.; values in our history. Kids, rough leathers, suedos and fabric-', browns, blues, grays and black; everything you could think to want in oxfords, ties, pumps and .strap.;. (We don't blame you if yon think this founds too' {food to be true. Come in early tomorrow morning and judjje for yourself.) LADItr JHOE/ In 3 Value-Giving Groups C>5 0(M Shoes 4 95 1 in OFF On all othtT lays' r.nd frir!^ children s slices. FLORSIIEIM And :i few pairs Clrtpp included-. of HOLLAND'S And otlit i 1 good shoes selling rogularly at So and ?f>. 85 ALL SA LICS CASH ALL SALES FINAL Good Slices and Hosiery

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