The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 26, 1937 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 26, 1937
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PAGfe-ftyO BLYffifiVlLLJB, (ARK.) .COtiftffifc • 'NEWS Social Calendar WEDNFSDAY'S EVENTS Yarbro Missionary society mect- Ing with Mrs Don HolmBii. Mrs C, A Cunningham lm\ ing Wednesday Bridge club Sunbeams meeting nrst Baptist church, 4pm, Church Night* First Baptist church, 7 p i«. Business meeting Woman's club, 2 30 P, M, at home Mrs E P. Blomejer, followed by program or litcrarj s department. THURSDAYS EVENTS Mrs ; Ross D. Hughes having Thui-sday Luncheon club. President's Ball, city audlloriuin Mrs 'A B. Falrfield entertaining Mid-Week Bridge club Mrs P B Jojncr has Ing Thursday Contract club Mrs Ix>y Welch having Thursday Bridge club Town and Country Bridge club meeting with Mrs James B Clnrk Maxwell-Cope The: marriage of " Mrs. Hollis Maxwell ' j Sanders : and Lawrence Cope,'was solemnized Saturday nlghl'vnt the •'home': of Ihe Rev Stuart H Salmon, pastor of the First':,Presbyterian church, .who performed the ceremony. < Miss Ernestine Jarboe and i Butler Cope, brother of the bildc- grcom, were th'e attendants. The wedding party Joined other friends at the homo of Mi and Mrs Henry HVeslbrook slslei and brother in law of Mr cope, for danclhg' and lefreshmcnls aftei Ihe wedding'service The bride, who is the daughlci of Mr and Mrs R F Maxwell, attended scliooKheie The^bfldegioom, vmo is the son 01 Mr ( ahd ' Mrs J L Cope i of Hector , attended school Ihere • Hi is now , connected with the'Lee Motor ^company here, vvhcre they will make^ their home ' * * » Son Born. A sorijuasiboin this hioralng lo Mr ^ and Mrs Roland Howard,'at their home north of Blylheville The baby, who weighs oighl pounds, has been named RolanJ Lvnn Ddughttr Born. A daughter was born lo Mr <md Mrs'Rov Payne, 323 N second St, Saiurdayl morning The baby \\ho weighed seven and a half pounds, ha.s been named Rae Matie Bcfove- her .marriage Mrs Payne was Miss SrMoll, of Lavcrne, Minn FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia r. M.fc« r r f ir * r r ' — - ___ Bits of News Mostly Personal "1 don't belike 5011 emHcnt thrmigli t|ic a«k« ird Age, r Jiili).' ' Oh, sure. I spent years fjllmg over mj (eel Irj ing to be grtccful" Player, With Nine Solid Tricky Avoids Slam When Parthe'r Fails By WM F Sccrctar), American Bridge League While for the most p£rt bidding has become standardised ,in ke«fi- ing with Uio principles of the oilf- over-one, S. - Gufton' ChrUcliIll,'. of Brooklyn \\lio has been the faVo)-- ,116 partner of many of the nation's ranking experts, Is very mUch 'Meeting Postponed Tile ,rneetln<? of teachers in > gro schools, \v.hich was scheduled to/bgve^been held in Blythevllle Saturday,' January 30, has .been postponed until ,furiher notice, 1 has'b^en announced by Miss'WIn nie ^Virgil i Turner, county ^ exam iner ' r Canada,produced 0095,000 cord of .pulp^ood, during 1935 Th year's'production \vas valued'a S4U95,(}00 1 ' TroiLisefs Insteaid of Pinafores, 454 VQJ543 »10942 ' 4987 t AK10 1 + 65 , 4*10971 -3 1 4AK6 *98 • AKQJ87 *A8 Duplicate—E & W'vuj South Weit North Eut » Pass IN, T. Pass » Pass 3V Pass' N T Pass Pass Pass » Opening lead—* 7 ' Z6 coijiH'nluc tricks, atuio, trump, it North can produce a IjeaH stoppen So far as Ihls Isi Concerned h.oth roads lead lo game, biit v,lth Souths liand It y&uld 'be quite easy for the holder <lo become excited add vision' a possible blam, It he plated f miny^ high cards in his frirtnei s hand on the bidding Fol myself, I.muH^ndmit that I 'prefer the more general!) followed :ustom of a heart response, uul, at Ihe same time , a,dmlre HID precision of the 1 Churchill bidding, which at, once, dismissed the'pos- lbilty of greater things than game, ' -' ' Dr. P. H. Husband, who-is-111 rom pneumonia. Is now mucrj etter. Mrs. Husband and tlieif on, J B, arc how loth 111 fio*n nfluenza.' Tliey arc at Ihclr liome at Ihe Hotel Noble. Lee Golden, of Porrehl City, s the guest of his daughter, Mrs C. P. Webb, and family,- at ; 123 3 Davis. Mrs, ; Webb. and . daugh- tr, Martha Ann, arrived home ievcral days ago from, a visit.with Mr. and Mrs. a olden : at 1 'Forrest City. Miss jane Sevler lias : returned gni Mehiphis, whcro-' she spent thfci! weeks as the guest • of Mr. arid Mrs. 'Robert Haberllng. Mrs 'was formerly Miss Ch'ris- <lne McOSughey, B R Jone 1 !, who underu6nl major operation at a Memphis icspllal, is now greatly improved Mrs Jones Is with him Mr. .and Mrs. S. Jledel returned yesterday from St Loiils where Ihdy b)) several days, goini; up csptclallv for the wedding of Miss Anna Bcjle Barkovllz ot Poi- tagevllle, sister of Mrs Jledel and Loiili' Gracer of Cornmg which was solemnized Sunday at high noon In Hie Gold Room of the Park; Pln?.a. hotel. Mrs. .Theodore Hall, of :Osceola, Is a patient al the Memphis Bap- tlbt hospital E. W.- Clilldress. of Leaciivlile has bae(i admitted to the Mem lidlS Baptist, hospital tthejyn Fletcher of Osceola is a pallotil a), the Memphis Melho- dlst hospilal Mif, .J A DeCorr left last niglil foi lici home in Richmond Va hci am! Tots Scrawl Patterns for Dress Fabrics HE AW SEA PIRATES 'T'HIPOLITAN corsairs were ' ::: .,-,. stopping American and foreign -i.::.. vessels, eSrly In the 19th cculury, >:(.'.: •enslaving the passengers and sea-"-* men, burning'the vessels, forcing ••'.'•i- thc nations lo pay tribute. Against ;-:i; these sailed'Lieut.'(later Capt.) •'- \'. Stephen Dccatur. Wlieiv an Ame'i'- '-'-"•" ican ship was capiured nnd placed •••-'••"' undei the guns of Tripoli, Dc'eatuiv •'•'•> j in the dead of night, stole into the '"• j harbor and nut'lire lo it. The • ''', Pascha of Tripoli and the Dcy of • '-"Algiers soon made peace, and pi- ••;- : racy of the Barbary powers ended. '"•• IJecalui-, born in 1770. was only '"•" 22 when he began his exploits 1>: ' against piracy He became com- < ; These charming dresses were designed for children—b> children. .The tick-tack-foe' model (left) 'in inodore in 1810, was cited by Pres- ' •"' rcen, jellow and brown, has, white pique collar and sleeve bandings, ; aiid , brown veliel libbon Nevt ' denl Madison in 1815 for his''': it is a liik-tack-loe iirint. for a younger ,'gjrl The ciirly-hraded child leaning o\er to watch the iv,'"""^' , T"^,™ °{ •:•:'' kclching Ins on a. skipping rope/print with navv blue background and figurines in orange, jcllou may b'he always be righl; bul right'5 ' md cream At right ii a vegetable garden print—tarrols ami radishes on a pale blue background. Puft or wrong, my country." His death .".' sleeves and collar are of while organdy. came at the early age of 41, as .a ; { ,.'.' i • . result o£ a fatal duel with Com-' modore Barron. His portrait, ap-..-, I dress might be accordian-pleated,' pears, with that of Thomas Mac-' J .".from; neckline to hem. But only Donough, on the new two-cent'V if she is dainty and elf-like.-ACr navy stamp. """'. ccrrtiim ipleatcd ; models , are . nbl for rou'gli-ahd-ready/ ! ' tomboy after a months stay with. Mis 1' O fecal, of an Individualist In his bidding! He sets higher standards for q responses than do moat others who shine In duplicate bridge > , ' His Ideas ore set'forth, in detail In his new book, "Contract Bidding Tactics at Match Point Plaj " the first book on bidding at duplicate bridge to be published. Todays hand is an illustiation Other experts would prefer the heart as an immediate response lo an opening diamond 1 bid But ChmcViill, y>ho reserves such bids to dtsftosc more than one higl card trick, insists-upon'a'no. trumi response. < The final contract probably . I: the same In this : instancc^ whether a heart or a no trump Is the response to one diamond; south con Holding's 80 far os^th^play Is'concJinol, the opening lead gave Nprlh at) additional, trick 'bu|, ho pay oould hwe pVevehted ')\|nt>froin taking a^ least'nlne.tas So'uth^held'that number .In lop cards TpdayV.Cojttract 1 Wh,en' dummy is spread, (» (is apparent to South (th'at the i bidding, to six no triirnp," has 'been very bold Soulh Bnd rxjth the clbb Hlnjl 4nd the diamond q4«n ' in the East hahd, to have^'enance lor his contract Which flnesSe should he take flratf ' AK94 4JI076 N & S. vul Opener—¥ Q Solution in | next Issue. 26 fainilj Mi and M" C J Co\ ha\c it turned fiom a two weeks sta> h I lot Sp ilngs Y.Mrs. T. J. Burke, arrived lionn yefeteidaj from Slm\\, Miss, whci she spent a week vulh hei inothc ahd other 'relatives. "p; shohyo was'taken lo tin Mehiphis Baptist hospital last, nigh hi' a Cobb ambulance following a Ijearl- attack 1 'and compltcallons Mis shoiiyo is vsilh him His con dltlon is \cr} serious , Mrs R. I, Fisher is very ill a l)pr hotne in Ihe Pride sub-diyl rlar^ and chnrlcs Bmlth Corn) pables, Fla, are guests oft t)ieir mothei, Mrs J r Smitr) and family, .for several days. Frank -'Colin Douglas ir., left this afteinoon fur Fa/'llerillo, where'lib is enrolling at the University of Arkansas Ross Stevens, ii ill from influenza al his home on Chicki- "avvba avenue John Mel Salmon son of the Rev and Mrs Stuart, H Salmon 1 , was brought home jesleiday fionl the Memphis Baptist hospital where he has been for several days while he undQinent a loiU silcctomy H|s parents accomiianf ted Him : home. HLs condition is girh. Really good . dresses ioi : ''-'children always have - generous seams and lieins which can be let' out as the little girl gels larger. It's a much bellcr. idea .to dress }r in a frock that fits perfectly and, which can be'made larger .Uie following season' thaii in a tcio- iarge model "because she- grow into it." U. S.—!937 Navy scries Decotur otid iMocDonougli 2c- carmine (Col>yiisht f 1937, NEA acrvicc. Inc.) ' • St. Paul Police Travel ST. PAUL; (UP)—SI. Paul motorized police patrols, traveled aii equivalent of 21 -times around the eaith in their work during 1936, it was announced he're. According to "Lieut. Oscar -Peterson, - radio statistician, the squad cars trav- elled 525,804 miles' while making 51,229 radio calls.' •:••.-.. •• Gocsi Samaritan Fays •• PORTLAND, Ore. (UP)—L. M, Morgan, 45, is a little soured on"-' (he good Samaritan role. He vol- - unteerecl to help two men push a stalled truck. While pushing he ' ran into a passing car and suffer- ' ed a broken jaw. ' -- j No Complaint Is Heard From Refugees Crowding Armory, In.qlden days, young Jean Bannister,'daughter of actress Ann HardlnK,,wOlild have been dross- cdA.m a ^crisp, starched ffotk when sne,,vve"nt visiting; but here youjsec herein sporty<tailbrec' c6at.'aftd trpusers at a gathenne „ „ allu of celebnUes to Blstreel Englind. and so has proven a valuable Jean-Wat Uie.subieet of a cusUjdy in u,is crisis, • She is baltle between ber pirents. 6 i£ tant to th|i lrain d One, two, three, tour, five, six— and on to 612 went: llic'couiit' last light of llic men, ^omcn and chil- ircn sleeping at the -Armory after laving been broilglil' onl froni heir u-ater-lxiund homes." There's saddened look on their faces ipled • with one , or. reslghallpii is.illi'ey spend hour atter lioiif iif ju-ii waltihfe The) dont sxactly where .or- when -they aro going but thej ha« been old they will be fed and giu.i a plncc to sleep so there is murmur of complaint ' Six mattresses nitd three ' toils ot hay provided beds Tor, the CIS had Iheln others slept in Uitir;c6afs and •Mlcd hay over them bul there wasnt enough hay for '6o\fcr and many will be 'asl night brought bed Those , covers used 16 nlghl unless some more .Is- given mgcd IhJIr v,-ointn lo Th* Railroad Pass Fails, : Marriage Does Also •SPOKANE,-:Wttsh. /(OP)— Here is ft -«nc\v excuse for marrying—Mrs' J-llnnle Miller lestincd that sho jiad manied Adnm Miller, rail4 road car repairer, lo sntisfj her lor|g desire to travel Her nntriJ monial venture ended in a \vrcckj however, when her husband losti his job ' ! 'Why did ypu-'tnaiiy Ihis ni«n?"i asked .Judge Lindsley, who grnnt-; edjlhe divorce. • - • • | "So I could get n pass and travel 1 phV the railroad,"! Mrs. Miller said.' chtirgc i and - spends hours wiping running noses, lifting 'up sores and ciits and administering • other i firsl aid Bob IMaloVieV or .."Doc," as Ihe refugees call him has been on duly for 38 hours wllhoul sleep Bul despite 'some of trie children j feeling j b«d. things look a little brighter. todaj They'have been fed, N given warm clothing when needed and'best of allJhavc' bee A ' tfeld ' dolH 'Sorry, we win take care ofi you/ The -favorite pasUmc*loda\,,vMis (.reading .rnasa- feines, arid nesspApcrs \vhith Bljr- thEVille ''people ihad conlribitt'cd One eight-^ear-pld lad »\vas 'laboriously .tryihg' to»read ( a copy bt 'Gallons 1 Business' because that was'lho only iniagadnc'he could gel t Ari • lS-rnonlKsVpld btue-dscd lltttc girl was ilookjn'g at a funny paper 'andi Uu|Vnn? (gleefully —„-.- _ „ There aren't^ many ehalr!, so make themselves comfortable andi most "of the > refugees are sitting Drillers In Hoi \V;itcr '.:RENO,' New (UP)— WPA drilling, a well .to-obtain Irrigation *nter for, a hew golf course round' ^aier—but could not use it They drilled,, .into •'highly-mineralized. 'TlieUhrcc-j-car-olrl, standing: at the left, wears a bonbon pink .flan- iiel dress ivilii touches of smocking at i yoke and sleeves. Next to •tier'is a dress in royal bine lahiagc; --ils .^lunied-down collar and sleeve edgings in white ribbed'silk. The -kneeling; child, at left has oil '• a-tailored frock in [rale blue flannel trimmed with Jim tucking ami-a-brown suede hell. Dress at righl is pale egg blue cotton finished with smocking and scalloping. • BY MARIAN YOUNG i paper, and an aslute inevchan NpA Service Slaff:, Correspondent- diser used, the scrawls to .fashion : NEW YOnK-4Paris couturiers an alphabel' print. Tick-tack-toe, create simple, conservatively cut! ;drcs5cs for' little girls. American designers'. lurn out most amusing fabrics, for. Ihem. .. The combina- :ltbiv of Ihe • two ideas makes clill- :dre'n's. frocks utterly charming and smart'as can be. ^Generally 'speaking, tiny liltle girls' frocks are all cut from the same pattern. It simply is a full skirt, attached to a yoke of varying depth—shorter for the vertf ycting: than for -the .8-year-old. SJcevcs are always short, regardless of the season. 'Fine ..flannel'-, or lightweight lainages are favored . in inld-sea- a vegetable garden, : rope skip ping, ire others in the new group of prints i for children—by - chil dren. Party dresses are iust as simple as school and nursery togs More luxurious fabrics iare used of course, but trimmings take the form of tucking, pleating or smocking. Smart -party dresses for your child arc no more trimmed Uvith lace, bows, nifties and : gee-gaws than your own. ' . .- ; . Incidentally, very 'best subterranean ^ater, 110 degrees hi. 6 ? n . collodions for''rchlldren. Also manv of them took off their coals tor their vfomen folks lo use is pillows. night the several hundred children were restless Thej had Ijeen given typhoid shots jester- day and mahy of them ran, a little temperature But. uhcn one whimpered Bertha Mac Bnd, 22- scar-old refugee, would run to Ivt side to see If inytklng «as needed Bertha l\Iae Is ]ust , i refugee ahd hover . did ahy.mirs- v-itli her lng bul sllc ha own little brothers and sisters aid b'tihdlcs 1 ' 6f> . .. agalnsl their clothing; .while Ihe temperature,* which rose 500 Icct to Ihe lurfnce at the rate of 10 gallons a minute The well \uib abandoned. quilt and held close lo her mothers bosom for she hadn't Uept well hsl night because ot the effects of the shol By Ihem vat thd,mothers eight-year-old slster- (n-lav* who was dressed In her qundaj clothes, sric said, and Wasn't playing because she didn't want lo get dirty ' Ruth and Her'-family came out from iheir hcjine, southwest' of Rweland. rrl- day anri; haven't; had' their clothes o'ff since They hope (o go to Wynne, where 'relatives will care for" them until the water gees' down. . children not .reading arc sliding across the 'floor'...!!! ' one corner of the . room.'-- One another called to "Sonny" i lo > stop 'wearing out his shoes-^bnl • Ihcy already had holes : ln> iiietii. ' Tlicy -may look untidy lo the outside j^vorld •'•' but , most . of them doh't mean , to. .. Mrs. J. L. stout was' trying to' smooth her hair wltli i.hlr hanUs, -. She .' said her bin'idlb ! 6f .ciplhlng and other things were lost In the scramble after Hie rescue workers came for her. Her two-year-old baby. Mary Ethel, was wrapped In a various 'cottons hi ;>«w. prints. ':'.' Variety hi • Styles Most talkcd-ol prints at the hioiuchl. arc those - designed for (Children—by children. What a fiied.egg and a strip of crisp bacon"look like to,a tot, has been reproduced on Tine chambray. A. very small child traced Iho iiigrcdiinls .in alphabet soup on , checks cbi.ns and FEVER first' day Tablets,'-Headaches LiciUid, 30 6alv'e, Nose Drops minnlcs Try ''Kub llj-llsm —Worlds Best Liniment STOLEN Fiom m> lioiibc, 1101) Chickasiiwba Avc.. new navy Muc Cravcncttc Spurt Uain Coat and lilack yarn Hat, Will pay libeuil UUWAUD for infofmaiipii leading to return. , ' Mrs. Samuel F.->Norris Call 30S or 256-W a! YOU CAN KSlOCK THE OLD APPUE OUT OF THE PARK "VEPY TIME IF YOU "" TPAlNJ.OhA fiOOD / PURE MILK. FROM CRAIG'S DAIRY Everything For Your Entertainment and Comfort CRAIG'S richer purer milk supplies all the elements necessary (o restore used-up energy. GRADE A RAW MILK Quart iQc Pint Gc Buttermilk, Ql ......... Gc $75 BANK NIGHT Lnst. wnpk Caroline Pomva'n was//^ called .for the S50.0D—But she was .— rot present—Making- BANK I>E- ' POSIT Tonight' 575.00; .'''':, —ON THE SCREEN— -' Donald Woods and _ ' Jean Jluir in .','i "Once A Doctor" ; Also Btusiral—"I.cou Orchestra" Novarre's - Comedy—"A {^Modern Home" —Admission— Malinee—10 & 28c Night—1G & 3Co JANUARY SALE Duo-Therm Oil Burning ATERS- RANGES Special Trade-in Allowance Convenient Monthly Terms or Half Down with Balance in the Full. ASK ABOUT OUlt'.KAlJIy I'AYMKNT I'1,AN ON RADIOS AND KKKUIGEKATOKS With Joan, Marsh, Uay eiy Inez, Co»rt»cy aiid John '' • Thurs. Gary Cooper and : : :i ' Jean Arthur in "The Plainsman" J With James Ellison, Charles., Uickfonl, Helen Burgess and- I'orler Hall. " "^ Directed by Cecil Dejlilio , , Adm.—Always 10 t 25c—lo Tax ; Show Kvery Night' '''. : Matinees Friday, Saturday, Sunday Friday & Sunday olatinccs—2(.15~ Saturday Matinee — Continuous'' Shonlnff -— 1:00 Till .11:00 r. M^ PAL NIGHTS! i 2'Artulls Artmiilcd for 1'rice Of li All Children—lOc - i"!

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