The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 26, 1934 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 26, 1934
Page 3
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26, 1934 Mil If, TO LITTLF • ' J • ' '• • • i; '' Annual Convention Will Be Held at.<. Immanuel Church Wednesday • Members of Baptist, Young Pfo- >les Unions Ih'roughouL Arkansas I Till gather at Uie Imanuel Baptist lilroich, Little Rock, next Wedhes- llay for Ihe annual .state conven- |lon, lo be presided over by J. P. Vrlend, of this city, president. Outstanding religious leaders of |;everal slateshave been secured I'of the three days program. Among These:will be: Dr. B.'-'P. Alldredge if Nashville, Tenn.> the Rev; Arden V Blaylock of Litlle Rock. H. W. Jlayloek of Fayelteville, the Re\'. 3. L'. Bridge,'; of Little Rock, Die ?evl Alfred .Carpenter of.-Blythe- jlle, J. It. Coesey of Seareyj L. E. Oartol of Little Rock', Alton De- Slack of North Little Rock, Law- •«nce Uugger. of Jleber Springs, 3eorge Elam of' Albuquerque, N. ,j., J. P. Edmunds of Litlle Hock, /, P. Friend of Blythevllle, Nor- rian Ferguson of Little Rock, Smith Gooch of Fort Smith, An- Home Demonstration Council Holds November Meeting Here The County council 01 Home Demonstration', clubs )ield its Ko- vember meeting Saturday at the court hoiise. Mrs. Walter Wood of [jiixora, president, presided at the business session. . ' Miss Cora Lee Colehmn read an article on origin of ThariWgl\Ing. The roll call v/ax answered by ".What I am most thankful for." Each of the chairmen made helpful talks. Mrs.' John Edrlngton, of Osccola, district president A. P. W. C., and also ' chairman of Yard Improvement, gave the following message: "Marked Interest" In beautifying the ^ grounds of rural homes was shown by maiiy Improvement, 1 ; at minimum cost. Since Hie whole family ' could help In Oils project, it turned out, In many cases, to be' a cooperative venture, bringing greater enjoyment because of shared efforts. Forty-eight, plans for Improved grounds were completed in the county and ore to be carried into next. year. These plans included tree, shrub aiwl flower planting, developing lawns, making rock gardens and pools. The use of native trees, and plants Is encouraged. This work greatly .stimulates the exchange of seeds, bulbs Easter time—and at all times feed good pullets well' and feed poor pullets lo your family." ' Mrs. D. parrclt, garden chairman, liiul for her slogan this year, "Live from your own garden." Slie says everyone c.ould do what she and some of the Home Demonstration club members hnve done: "Grow for your family." Use at least sixteen different vegetables, for summer and five for winter, she urged. Mrs. P. H. Jan-ell, o! the New Liberty Home Demonstration club, had a basket of fresh tomatoes for lunch. MIS. Garrett pointed out lha[. nil could be good managers like Mrs. Jarrctt. Afler reports of chairmen the council .voted..lo glve~ Die Blytbe- Good Bidding Avails Little 1 OUR BOARDING HOUSE, Unless Good Playing Follows By .Alieni Solution to Previoiu Contract Problem KV W.M. E. McKKNNKY Secretary, HiJiije ' Which Is more lni|>oil;uU, ihfl Wilding or llu> piny? ' Tills question lins often boon nslwl by coil- Irnct funs. 1 llilnk you cnn answer the quesl- lion _ yourself If you, stop lo. think A A 4 :i 2 * A 10 pit, • K J 7 3 j. None ~ vllle Woman's club vole pr.: thanks and to' pay a janltoress lo' clean up' the. club house each time it was used/ plans were made for the Christmas-party to be held at club house on December 15. Each club will be responsible for same part of the Christmas dinner. After lunch the annual election of officers was held, The following will be Installed ut HIE December mcel- ing lo serve for : 1S35: president, Mrs. Jerry White; vice-president. Mrs. Lucy Barksdale; secretary, irey iream of: Nashvlle,/Tenn., *°°Hnm!£ J V f f Ut A t L, R ^ >Ckl ' D «,, T ' 1 ' Ianls a nd ste '<i>s among clubJMIss Ruby .Woodruff; treasurer, Homcomb of Oklahoma City, members. One outgrowth ol the!Mrs. J. s. Godwin Hocketl jr.-of Kansas City, work • has teen' increased number Hyatt of Monticello, E. tfo., Robert be Rev. T. L. Harris of North •Jttle Rock. Miss Irene . Jones of fart, Smith, Dawson King of Can,on, China, Charles IJpscb'mb of ;Jttle Rock, the Rev. Robert O. of Memphis,' E. E. Lee of >a!las, Texas, : Miss Blanche Lin- ;hicum of Oklahoma City, Okla., ;>erald Meek of Fort Smith, Chas. : !. Maddry of Richmond, Vs., Mrs. 'Srace Mosley of Texarkana, Billy l^ankln of Arkadelphia; Miss Mays of Jone.sboro, the j.lev. Robert E. Naylor" of Nash- J;ille, Tenn., Miss Mildred Pall|hall of Conway, the .-Rev. Dtin 'atch of Wynne, the Rev. Rogers """— of Brinkley, Dr. and Mrs. j I'ohn RirTey of Brinkley, 1 )oris Riley of Little Rock, Miss Garlind Tackett of Little Rock, Miss lice Van Duyn of Stuttgart, Dr. llah'in B. Waller of Little Rock, Ihe Rev. Edgar Williamson of 1'aragoulcl, Dr. Otto Whitington of I iiltle Rock and Ihe Rev. Perry F | Vebb of Pine, Bluff. : : • : Officers of the convenlion, be- lldes Mr. Friend, are: Miss Jonnie litlles of Arkadelphia, secretary; I flss Doris Bradley of Fort Smith, Ireasurer; H. W. Blalock of Fay- rttevllle, Mrs. Grace Mosley 1 of Ve.xarkana, Robert Hyatt of Mon- [icello, Alton DeBlack "of North tile Rock, Lawrence Dugger of Ifeber Springs and J. p. Friend, |ilytbevlUe, dlstnct presidents ll .TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY udwig FOR upright SALE PIANO, perfect condition, recently tuned. Will | ill', most reasonably. Mrs. Harry 2Gc k3 ,..-, FOB SALE OR TRADE I .OXY LUNCH ROOM Doing good I'business. Will accept car J. H I 'ppeland. 2p M LOST | mall gold black enameled past I (president DELPHIAN Pin Sat- Irday. REWARD. Call Courier I«WS or. 1517-F2. 26c ;k29 FOR RENT lED ROOM, close in. Men only. 1'3IO W. Walnut. Mrs. R. B: Nolen. • . • . . . 2Sc ktf work • of flower shows, ranging frbin' displays at club meetings: to community and. county-wide Exhibits. Work io be done now is to clean the yard, make plans: for next -year, make a row of cuttings-to be transplanted. L>ct your yard program include five pla nU ngd including- trtes B nd shrubs. Grow some annuals for t/ie house." Mrs. J. p. Barlcs'dalc, chairman of canning,;gave the following: "Prom May 25 to October 25 the 1200 canning centers of Arkansas | have -tanned 8.094,324 No. -3 .tliij cans of fruit, vegetables and meats. Of'this number Mississippi county has canned 303,259 No/,3..tin cans, On December 13 and 14 Miss Coleman and the county agents will direct some schools'on.hoine butchering, 'cutting, curing 'and storing pork. The council will be asked to' sponsor these schools in the preservation of pork. In the.-absence of Mrs. Hunter Crook, who is clothing chairman of Die county.council, suggestions were asked for. Reports from clothing leaders show that 184 women and girls or Home Demonstration clubs have followed the extension recommendations in improving in .selection, care," renovation and remodel-, ing- of clothes. By good workmanship and attractive dye colors, many useful articles, men's shirts, aprons, children's, dresses, 'draperies, etc., have been Jnade from feed sacks. i Mrs. Jerry White, home management chairman, recommends that those who have-not done. so. make a studio couch for, the living room to replace the bed Those uho v,ant detailed information may get it from her or from Ihe countj home demonstration agent. Mrs. ,C. E. Lynch, chairman of foods and nutrition thinks an outstanding accomplishment of firm women'in 1934'has been the' vast amount of home production and conservation of food and an -increased amount of meat canning lhat ill home demonstration families may ha\e balanced meats for each day of the year. . Mrs. J, S.^ Godwin, poultry chairman, urged club raenioers io "so arrange, your poultry produclion that eggs may be put, on market when -eggs are selling at a:pre-j mium. .Put, your boilers on market' when broilers bring best priccs^-at Rural Schools Open Round Robin Basketball Series A scries of games were played last week In the round robin basketball contests among rural schools in this section. Tlie results follow: Little River, elementary grade hoys, 22; Yarbro, elementary grade boys, 9. Armorel, elementary grade boys, 7; Oosnell, elementary grade boys. 12. Go.sncll, elementary grade girls, 2; Yarbro, elemeiitary grade girls, Yarbro. junior high boys, 12; Dell, junior high boys, 5. Gosnell, junior high boys, 13; Boynton, junior high boys. 14. Yarbro, junior high girls, Armorel, junior high girls, 4. Burdette, junior high' boys, Armorel, junior high boys. 2." 4 S 1 t A Q G 4 2 * 05 43 100 G 4, KQ 3 ¥ K J « 4 None + AQJ9? 2 Rubber—None vul. South West Pass Pass Pass 1'ass •'* 4 V Pas? f Pass Pass Pass Puss Opening lead—f 10. • -0 hat tlie bidding is simply". the jrophecy of the play that follows You and your partner, by constructive bidding, attempt to estimate :he number of tricks the combiner hands will win. If you are H:poor prophet, you are not gotng to score the maximum numfcer of [joints. 30; Calumet News Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hall and children spent the, week end at Piggott visiting Mrs. Hall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geor°c Downings. Mr. and Mrs. P. D.~Ford has rc- nxrved to this - vicinity. ; ; Miss Grace Andrews hus returned home after several days spent vlslling her sister, Mrs. Cnr] Gatewood. R C Bennich has been employ ed m watch repiir v,oik at O5ce Richard Hall spent Frldij In Blytheulle attending fo business Mrs. George Miller spent the week end here visiting her moth er, Mrs. J.' T. Glover. Mothers! In treating children's colds, don't take chances..use Today's Contract Problem South IB playing the contract at six spades; During lli.'i bidding, South made a cue 'bid in diamonds,, so West onenec). the.. queen'- of clubs. L'an tlie hand be made uoiv? *KQ9 7 5 3 ' V AK 6 Solution in nest issue. 20 I do, however, say thls-rtha contract bridge has improved car playing.-. Naturally every .bidder i contract is eager to -reach gam and slam and some will stretch til bidding a little, expecting to get good/break or a favorable opcnini As a result, they have to be ab! lo play the cards better. Tlie following/is ,011' Interes'lln I and that came up in a rtibbc tame at the Cavendish Club New York. The Play When Easl opens the len of elm Constipation • 1 f coiis'.ltaUon causes you Qai. IndlgestSoq, Hcnttafhes B*d Bleep, Pimply SUa, ««t quick rtlltt with ADLERTKA. Ttur- ough action ytt gtotle, salt oiuls, the declarer Is ' confronted 1th qulie n problem, lie can't iff oiil three diamonds, because c hasn't chough entries Into his nnds. if || 0 allows (he first lamond trick to hold, he lins lo the hrtirt finesse. : : Therefore, Ihe linn of pby 1 to ruff the fl rs t diamond mill •icn lend n small club, seltlni! B'lt out (o establish ihn Hubs nd hoping for a four-lhree break i Umt suit. ' . The club Is lulFed, (lien a heart, led ami the Jack finessed, | '"Ich holds. Another small club • returned and rnircd with' the "ie of hearts. Declarer's len of hearts Is ' won i dummy with the king arid a moll spade Is returned and won J "Is hand with Ihe nee. Tho nee f henits Is played. Now. of course, all (lecturer lins 1 "o Is to go over lo dummy with spade, lend the ace of chilis, on •hlch the king falls, and seven- I" Is iimdc, giving declarer Ms ontrnct -wltli one overtrick Copyright, 1934. NI2A Service, fin.) Markets New York Cotton NEW YORK, Nov. 20 (UP) ! otton closed steady. open high low Dcc 1237 1249 1237 Jnn 1247 1256 124G Uarch 1256 1201 1255 May ;J55 | 2e( ) 125 4 July 1250 1250 1250 Oct 1210 121!). 1210 ... ^SiJots closed slcncly nt 1210,: New Orleans Cotton NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 20. (UP) -T-Collon prices were higher from the start on the New Orleans lex- change today and held their coins throughout the session to closs iirouiul 75 cents a bale higher.: ' open high low close c 1239 1248 1239 1245 l 1247 1254 1247 l'25'J March 125S 1203 - 1254 125!) Mliy IMS 12Q2 125B 1259 IK 1251 1257 1251 1254 Oct 12H 1219 1213 121S Spots closed steady at 1275, USTEN, UNCLE 'HORSE, UP "BOUNCtNi'TH'.BOW QN 1H X <a STRlNCi, SO if 50UMDS LIKE HORSES' HOOFS' IN A CLUPltty ELFS VEDDlNGMAFfcHXOb GAUOOfAP IN rWT CLUPITTY-OPS'. ACH H\rV\MBL/ ALTLJNJ 6O "BY YDLTR MJr4T'ONt>TE.LL HER 5 SO VOLJ CAN ifDERs; tV\ONKEY I Chicago Wheat Robinson will be In charge of the 0 roll p. ' Chicago Corn up ctase. '. .',_'•. A. T. and T. .... Anacondn Copper • .Bethlehem Steel 1 Chrysler Cllles Service .... Coca Cola General American -Tank General Electric General Motors International Harvester Montgomery 1 Ward ...... New York Central Packard ..........-..' Plillllps Petroleum ...... Radio Corp .....;..... Simmons Beds ........ sl: Louis-San Frnnclsco Standard of N. J. Texas Co ......;..... •U."S. Steel ...;... McKesson-Robblns Zonlte 3B f>-8 7 1-8 4 i-b Closing Stock Prices NEW YORK,' Nov. 20. (UP)— Favorable news for steel and utilities sent these stocks up'on the' exchange today and aided the entire list which was fractions to more •Qmn two points higher near the FOR RENT I room, bath, Unfurnished APART- IMENT. F. simoh.'coii 754. 26c ktf . '— sfect. All cattle are required to |rea tuberculosis eradication work be tested by authorized veterinary ill be inaugurated in Mississippi ' . . - - - eradication work are clared to be in full force and ef- Italy, effective November 12, and regulsi- tiiberculosis 1)34. All laws, rules lohs pertaining to For That Thanksgiving Trip For Your Comfort: An Arvin or Ha-Dees Hoi Wa- Heater. $15.45 installed. ter For Your Enterlainrni'nl : Ford Auto Radio. $•14.5(1 installed- For Car Protection: Prestonc Anti-Fr«czc. $2.95 per gallon. Alcohol, SI gallon. quired to have their cattle at designated and PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. AUTHORIZED FORD DEALER For Qaick Starting: Ford guaranteed 13 plate Kattery. S5.55 and your . old battery. This is the shirt that studied anatomy! The Arrow MITOGA owes its success in life to the fact that it is based on a study of the masculine figure. Its shoulders curve the way your shoulders do * . . its sleeves taper with the arms . . . and its waist is cut in just as are the waists of the great majority of American males. The result is a better-fitting, better-looking shirt than most men have ever been privileged to wear! And MITOGA keeps its superior fit because it is Sanforizcd-Sbrunk —the old bugaboo of shrinkage can play no tricks with the size. See our Arrow MITOGAS today. They come in a variety .of smart colors, patterns and models. R.D, HUGHES & CO. *2 up MAKES THE MAYTAG SENSATIONALLY LOW You must see .the genuine quality in Maytag before you can appreciate how much you get for your money. This is only one - of the reasons why housewives Wight more Maytags in half of 1934 than in all of 1933. : Ask your Maytag i dealer for a demon- stralion in yout- home. It is free. For homo without electricity, •ny Miyug m «jr be h.ii equipped with f ««>1iue raulli- , motor. JONESBORO REFRIGERATION Blythevllle, Ark. CO. O. S.' Smelting 118 CARDUI Will Reorganize Former American Legion Troop Members of Ihe lioy Seoul/ Iroop, formerly sponsorcu by the American Legion, arc nskcd to meet ill •the-hut Tuesday evening, 7 o'clock, lor reorganlzallon. Floyd White and jack Finlcy -AT DI«UG lTOREi GENEROUS ALLOWANCi toward a new J935 < , PHILCO Trade-in your, present jwt, toward a'liuw 1935 PHILCO v - and enjoy the pvwer, .'tnn«r' and b«auty that make PHIL- • CO the leaierl Many 'models for both foreign and Amefi- . ran reception. Amajingly ]ow prices! Extra-bijf trade- in allowance durin* silel PHILCO 18H $79.50 Stonnlni Siixr CUi< "A" t Audio Sr-l'«, Bua CcnUnM- tlan. 4-polnt Ton* C.nlrol. Anlom.l- Ir V°l»r Shulow Titnlnc, KtKtro - DjrnamTe Sj«»k.r. rto. T.I. EASIEST TERMS t „ . ITnbbara Furniture Co. NOTICE Levee Tax Payers The Prevent Law Authorizes the Payment of All Levee Taxes NOW DELINQUENT Without Penalty or interest BUT Requires that the Regular 25"- Penalty be Extended Against All Levee Taxes Which Are Returned Delinquent for This Year(i934). The Tax Book Is Due to Close DECEMBER 1st, 1934 Mrs* Lyn P. Gooch, Collector At Court House (tfov. 26th to Nov. 30th) BlytheviUe, Ark:

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