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Blytheville, Arkansas
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVjLLE.(ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY G, 1931_ Society Calendar Wednesday Mrs. P. B, Joynor is hostess to tile New Wednesday Urliigc clul) MCE. J. Nick Thomas Is leader ot the Delphian program on Spanish ralnlings. The executive board of the Junior High Parent-Teacher nssocta- tiou is meeting at 3:30 lor a sp? cisl gathering of outgoing and incoming officers. Thursday Mrs. Victor Bray is having the Young Matrons Bridge clut). Mrs. O. P. Moss is having tlie Mid-Week Bridge club. Mrs. Harvey W. Si;'.vrtrt is having the Mallneo Bridge club. Friday The Dorcas Sunday school class of the First Baptist church is meeting at, Hie home of Mi-». W. E Marshal! with Mrs. S. J. McDcar- iiian and Mrs. J. M. Fowler as hostesses. The Sas Kak Ra Rook club i: meeting with Mrs. Theodore Lo San. Saturday Miss Peggy McKccl is entertain Ing the Saturday Night, Suppc club. There will be a free story hou: at the library for children at 10:31 o'clock. • Sunday There will be a Mother's Da; program at the Temple Israel as : part ot the installation service fo the B'hai B'rllh lodge. ShambUn-Burns. Mr. and Mrs. Tliomas Buvns nn- uomice the marriage ot their daughter, Sunshine, to Mr. George Shamblln, which was solemnized Saturday evening.'April 25. The Kev. W. J. LeRoy, pastor of the Lake Street, Methodist church, performed the ceremony at the home of Mrs. A. N. Church. Besides members of the families, Mrs. George Shanks, Mrs. Church and Mrs. W. J. LcRoy were also present. • The bride wore an attractiv model oJ skipper .blue flat crepe •with blonde accessories. • .- After their return from a bridal trip Mr. anrt .Mrs. Sliamblln i make their home here. Cassiily-Baker. Announcement has been made of the marriage oi Miss Jewell Baker, daughter! of Mr. Hep Baker of Ar- V.iorel,. to;. Mr. 'Joe Ca&sidy jr., of 'Huffman. Father J. J. Thompson performed the ring service at the rectory of the Church of the Immaculate Conception Saturday evening at six o'clock. The bride was attractive in a frock of poudre blue trench crepe with a turban hat of the same shade. The only attendant was Mr. Manuel Adkinson. Mr. and Mrs. Cassldy. arc now at home at Huffman. :am Monday afternoon. Oilier of- ccrs elected were: Mrs. W. M. Berry, vice presldctij,; Mrs. M. Fitis- imuions, secretary; Mrs. C. V. Sc- augh, treasurer; Mrs. W. W. Sluv- r. World Call secretary; Mis. Oeo. V. Biirhnm, reporter. The devotional was Given by Mrs. Sliavcr and Mrs. (jordoii ed the presentation program on •India." Mis. L. L. Ward piehid- d In tlie business session. For refreshments Mrs. W. J. Knox and Mis. Sebaugh u-sslslcd Mrs. Barham In serving ten in ier lovely garden. The pretty sum- ncr flowers made an attractive sct- lor tho refreshment table. • • • Club Guests.. Mrs. Sam Thomas had members of the Tuesday Luncheon club and Mesdiimcs E. W. Exum ol Memphis, Doyle Henderson, Lawrence Folcy, J. D. Halbiich and G. E. £cck as gucsls for luncheon and a bridge game. Lovely garden flowers formed attractive bouquets for the living room and the tables arranged for the two course menu. Lingerie went to Mrs. Bernard Gooch for the club award and the guest prize, costume Jewelry, was. won by Mrs. Foley. Mrs. Exum was also presented costume juvrelry. • • • Class Has Dinner Party. Members ol Mrs, J. E. Critz's Sunday school class of tlie First Methodist church enjoyed a dinner parly last evening at the Crlt?. home when 15 were present, including several friends. Pink roses were arranged in Summer Roundups Vital in Child Health Program Tlie summer louml-ups, planned by the I'aicnt-Teacher association!! In the still-? wide prwnim with' Mrs N. B. Menard of this city as\ Mrs N „_ Mcnard, who under- Bits of News Mostly Personal chairman, will be Ihc means of Imvlns many children enter school in Stplen:lx;r mure physically lit because of physical examinations. Already four have been held til points In Mississippi counly with Hie comity health unit cooperating In tlie clinics and a number of others are planed tot the early moiittis. A clinic is beat Luxora today, at Ar- 5,000 Women and Children Face Hunger In Mine War Harold Norman, sou Mrs. W. A. Nrainan, club and several guests were tcrtalned by Mrs. George M. green bud vases for the centerpieces of the small lables. The menu was served In buffet fashion KiitrrtjJns Kuok Club, Members o( the Tuesday Rook en- Lee yesterday afternoon, floses, wygelia, corn (lower and peonies were attractively gathered into buuciuets arranged hi the two rooms where there were (our tables arranged. Angel food eakc, strawberries and whipped . cream, cheese sandwiches, pickles nud colfeo was. sor.ved nt the conclusion of the rook games. Besides the flub members there Mesdames J. Mell Brooks, M. I'itz- slmmons, lYcd Warren, Ira Parkhurst, Margaret H. Minor, O. C. Oanske mid Wyalt Henley present. / * * * Delphian Study Siiinilfiii Painting Spanish painting was studied by members ot tlie Delphian chapter in Noble this Nick Thomas as leader. Following the introduction by the leader Mrs. O. W. McCutchen discussed "History and Geography summer ing held morel Tuesday, Keiicr next Wednesday, Gosnell May 20, and Dell, May 21. In the clinic conducted here 44 ol the 41 children examined had physical defects. Reports of. tliese have been sent their parents in an cltoit lo have all possible delects remedied before Sciitemter.. Dr. J. A. Sullba and Dr. II. S. Davis assisted Dr. A. M. Washburn, director of the unit, in the clinic here. Pemiscot Epworth League Holds Meeting at Deering COOTEH, Mo. — The Pemiscot County Epworth League association convened at Uecrlng Tuesday evening with four of the eight chapters represented. A total of- 115 member.; wero present Including 25 from Cooler, 10 from. Haytl and 7 Item Caruthersvllle. The Dccrlng chaplcr presented, an Interesting program, The Rev. Nancy ot Cbrklon, president af tho Dunklln County association waa (lie principal speaker. His subject was "We arc dcbUjrs-lp the World." The nest miTlhlg of the association will Slcele on Uie first Monday in June. went an operation for a|>pendicllli> 12 days ago at a Texarkaim hospital, was brought home yesterday Mrs. A G. Hall and son, Ben, me her in Memphis. ot Mr. and is 1U from pneumonia at the Blythevllla* hospital. A. M. Butt, who lias been, critically ill for several- weeks, in better today, Mrs. E. l'; noa has gone to Oak- innd.T'cnn. , for an extended visit with her daughter. Mrs. W. S. Hanley and Mrs. Henry Workman, of Stcele, spent yesterday with Mr. and Mrs.. Dixie Crawford. Mrs. Crawford is a daughter ol Mrs. Hanley. Mrs. Scott Harris, of Memphis, Is visiting Mr. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brooks and tiieco, Miss Annie June Islelu, of Memphis, were guesls of Mr. and (Continued from page one) dividends and miners were Hashing rolls of money and their wives were wearing silk stockings. There are two stories as to how the union, which, had been partially recogniacd by the mine operators, disintegrated. W. A. Brock, state's prosecutor and a friend of tlie miners, tells this version: "The Ku Klux Klan came along In tlie early 1020's and said to the and deputies." The union miners hate Sheriff Blair who has fortified himself with a crew of officers noted for their daring and with automatic rifles, hand grenades, tear gas bombs and machine guns. Charge Battle "Staged" They charge lhat "staged" the exchange Black Mountain on the morning of BRIDGE A Merles Explaining Hie Contract i ment and Soulh, the dealer, : at liridso Systems | every table, :opcned wall . or, 1 - 1 AltTICI.K NO. Ml ispade. At the particuliir -table I»V W.M. K. MeKENNKY | where this Imcrcslini; situation SecKturv AnierU'ini Bridge Lcasucj uros?, West hud two and one-hall Ace showing and the bidding] tricks and a five-card suit, and ol void suits occasionally brings about interesting and peculiar sil- , nations. For example, in the fol- (lie operators lowing hnnil the declarer must play jc ot shots at! a yame (joins declaration wiihuut "' a trump In his hand, and surprls- ininers: 'What's paying dues to the the ol your union? We'll protect you. Join us.' TlK miners did and there were gay times, signal fires lighting the mountains, bedshcet parades and special trains taking great numbers of them to Ku Klux Klan meetings here and there, Then the klan frattcred away and the miners had neither union nor klan. Tho operators got the upper hand and they have held It." Milt Harbin, local furniture dealer who is furthering the present attempt to reorganize and who says 14,000 miners have signed union cards, denies tills Is what happened. April 28 bcAuse an application for | ing as H, mLiy 5 cem, he makes his a mciMlng ut tlie Hotel morning with Mrs. J. of Spain" lives" nnrt and "Spanish Priml- Mrs. Marion Williams talked on "Spanish Temperament" and "Italian Mannerists" for discussions of the Influences in yanish painting. c "The Golden Bcrcan Class Elects Officers Mrs. C. J. Crane was elected president ot the Berean Bible class of the First Presbyterian Sunday School in lire nnnual election meeting Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Virginia Keck and Mrs. Eva- T. Morrison. Other officers named were: Mrs Hobert E. Lee King, vice president; Mrs. J. D. McDowell, secretary; Mrs. Virginia Keck, treasurer. The annual report of the treasurer showed that In the past year the group had given $107.74 witr $34.30 going to the church build ing fund. $2439 to church cause, including the Sunday collection: and $29.05 for miscellaneous gilts. • • • Has Club Mrs. May L. Aldrltige was host ess to the Tuesday Contract clu at the home of Mrs. S. S. Stern berg when she also enterlainc Mrs. Earl Koontz and Mrs- 0. P Moss. Double decks of cards went Mrs. Moss and Mrs. W. Leo Smith lor high score prizos. At the conclusion of the btidg games a strawberry ice was seiv cd. * * • • Club Entertaineil. Miss Katherinc Lawler enter lained the new Tuesday Bridge ch and a number of guests yesUrda afternoon at the home ot Mrs. Wi liam T. Trotter. In tic card games Mrs. C. Redman won the guest prize. ;e of Spanish Fainting: El Grc- " and "Calvert's Estimate ol El reco" were given by Mrs. R N. r are jr., and Mrs. James B. Clark o klip "Velasquez" and "Murillo" or the closing talk. In the study : pictures by Et Greco, Mrs. Lloyd . Wise \vas in charge. Mrs Clark, president, displayed lie unique book shown at recent ;atc Delphian meeting in Little 7cck for the annual report of the Blytheville group. Activities In the last year arc listed and illustrat- 'd with appropriate pictures cul Tom magazines and attractively lompllcrt In a book, [oriiiccl as n dangle with the Delphian color? and emblem prominent. Accounts of the state mecliiiK featured the Osceo/a Society—Personal ====== A Mothers' Day program, sponsored by the civic department of the Osceola. Wumens .Progressive club was given yesterday afternoon at the closing meeting ol the organization for the club, year, and past presidents of the? clut) were honored with a little ceremony in which Mrs. J. W. Edrington, president of the club, decorated them with the club colors. The honorees included the president's mother, Mrs. W, B. Ptarmigan, Mrs. Ida Tucker, Mrs. II. L. Driver, Mrs. F. P. Jacobs and Mrs. J. B. Bunn. Mrs. L. S. Mitchell contributed 0 the program an interesting l>a- >cr on the origin and significance of Mothers' Day. Mrs. R. H. Jones 1 paper on the Mothers of History, ind Mrs. J. W. Edrington an orig- ,nal poem, "The pioneer Mother." Mrs. Walter Wood, president ot the Luxora Woman's club, and Mrs. Kressy of Luxora were specially invited guests and contributed an entertaining one act play, which was followed by a talk made by Mrs. Woods of Luxoru cluv achievements and her own garden and canning projects. The program was interspersed with piano selections by Miss Katherinc Harwell and vocal numbers by M1ss Dorothy Louise Vales. Guests included besides Mrs Wood and Mrs. Krcsy of Luxora .Mrs. Waller Perkins of IndianaiKi- lis, Ind., who is visiting her mother, Mis. Ell Myers, and Mrs. En- Mrs. Walter Rosentlisl for the week-end. Mrs. H. McHancy, Mrs.'Lee Shelton and Mrs. J. H. Masterson, of Kennett, Mo., attended the May Day breakfast and shopped here y::(terday. lid Blcidcn, of Jonesboid, attended to business here today. Mesdames Henry. Humphreys, Stephen H. Brooks, C. A. Hovey, Percy Smith, C. Louis Wilson and Ed^ar Boium si>ent yesterday in Memphis. , , Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCutcben and daughter, Bettie Lee, accompanied by Mollie Jean Secoy, spent Tuesday in Memphis. Mrs. Tzzy Thomas and Mrs. -Joe Kirby, of Paragould, spent yesterday here. Mrs. E. M. Terry und Mrs. Edn'in Robinson were Memphis visitors Tuesday. Mrs. Marvin Chappclle Is Ui Memphis today. Mr. anrt Mrs. Charles Crigger| Jf., are in Memphis for a few days when Mr. Crluger will have a slight operation to remove, a. growth on his neck, lie will be at the Methodist hospital. Mr. and Mrs. William Laug have "The miners were getting so well paid they thought they didn't need the union," says Harbin. "The operators took advantage ot this situation to destroy the union. They iikj." Harbin, long friendly to the miners, recently was defeated for county Judge by H. H. Howard, a friend of the ojierators. Thus, the operators have both a county judge and a sheriff who are friendly to them. Depression Chances .Picture But the days when the mines coultl employ all the workers in the county have vanished since depression set In. Orders are off 30 per cent this year and last year was "poor," according to Ueorge Ward, acting secretary of the curators' association. "The operators made a slight wage cut about the middle ot February this year," says P. D. Perkins, operator; who was also county chairman of the Red Cross until labor troubles arose. "But we also reduced prices at the commissaries (company stores where em- ployes buy). Then union agitators came in and tried to seize the opportunity and organize the men while they were dissasisfied." Perkins says the operators could "have got through the winter by working our men part time, if only one, two or three days a week," and that the Red Cross couid have aid- an Injunction was pending and they needed a show ot violence by miners to sustain then 1 pica. They charge that the burning of 1C unoccupied, and company-owned miners' houses at Cawood on May 1 was also done by tlie oncretors. Cawood citizens demanded and obtained warrants for two undcpu- tized guards whom they charged with firing the empty houses. Meanwhile, the battle ol tlie local nelds goes on. 'Hie United Mine Workers of America, though watching the situation closely, is apparently taking no part ns yet, though it Is indicated it will be ready to welcome the M-irian locals back into Hie fold slim they can show sufficient representation among the workers. The men are faced with the double problem of winniiiii out over the operators and winning recognition from their national union. And the women—the wives of the jobless miners, most of whom have big families of ragged children to feed—are faced with tlie problem i of keeping body and soul together until relief of some sort comes. contract. A None VK-7-5-2 4A-K-J-10.9-4-3-2 >5-4 ! VQ-J-8 4Q-8-7- 6-5 NORTH 5 Denier SOUTH AQ-10-9. 8-7-6 V9-6 • None , #<2-10-5< 4-3 certainly disliked to pass, fore lie bid two diamonds. North couid hardly believe his <ar.s. /liter asking West to repeal his bid, North doubled tho twu diamonds. East, passed and South uyiug 10 tell Ins partner thai ho \s-.ts vuid of diamonds awl.coum support any oilier bid he made, bid Uu'cc diamonds. Wncn you oveicall your opponent** with llieir suit, this is supposed 1 to ad- use yai'tnei 1 (hit, you ho;d no losers in that suit, but i'. is also supiwseil to show slain pCisiiiih- licb and Eon'.li was perlmiu a ht- l!c lorward ill his bid. West passed and North readied as follows—his pai'iner must, hold the ace and king ui spadc-s and th; ace o! hearts w: tne ace of clubs. The missing ate should bo in the Wfst, and ti'.cr'-lore Noith rojsons uu'. be can discard two losing hearts on partner's ace and king ol" spades, and will lose only one diamoiu 1 . and either a club or a heart: North therefore went to live dia-'' "' "• -"•"•••"•-" •:-•-•-<•:• -' •Imonds, East passed, and Soutn. I no: within;; to make a buii.situa- Fny Sykes, Churchill Rurk. Bonnie ] tion worse, finally p<t!£?u. You Peters, James Crook, and Mary jean hardly Wame West tor doub- Frances Davis were voted best, by l ling five diamonds. VA-1 0-4-3 This 7)1.; hanrl '"' TOMORROW: Life in the nearby "free town of Kvarts, the s?at of Kentucky's unusual labor movement. Tho "fan-shell." a fish nearly two feet long, in some wonderful manner can snap iis two halves together in a flaih lo entrap any wandering fish'. School) Notes as their guesls Mrs. Sain Lichen-led them. But, he adds, the men re- stein of Birmingham. Osceola Seniors Will Present Play Friday OSCEOLA, Ark., May 6,.— The annual senior class play of the Osceola High School will be presented in- the Jiigh school auditorium Friday, evening. May 8. "Anne Wliat's-Her-Name' J is tlic play chosen for this year's presentation and proceeds be used, according to school custom, f.or the urchase ol a permanent class i?morial which will be left in the chool. building. book in which are appro- 1 nis M. Douglas of Memphis, who the hotiscgitest of Mrs. Gcorg sera]) elation, aiding Ihc Red Cross, serving hot lunches to school children, aiding n student to obtain an education and other work done was depicled. • • * Mrs. W. A. Norman was hostess i the Woman's Missionary union of the Second Baptist church Monday afternoon. Mrs. Leslie Moore was leader of the mission study after using Hie 13th chapter of Homans for the devotional. Prayers were offered by Mrs. L. T. Aslier and Mrs. Mary McAllister. • » * Tagcanl Fl.inncil, At a meeting of the executive l»ard of the Woman's Auxiliary ot Ihc First Presbyterian church Monday afternoon plans were announced for the birthday pageant. Tilts Hcrnnan won the gucs prize. ft . m L lvcn Mond iy- C ve,,iii B . May boudoir pillow, and the club award, 1 M , ,„',,, t , „,;,,,.„„„ Obf Mr .( face- powder, went to Mis. lorn c n Babco( . k av u , d Heaton. Tlie hostess served a falad. sandwiches and iccrl tea to the lour tables of players including Mrs. Jo? Kirby and Mrs. Izzy Thomas ol Paragould, Mesdames C. G. Redman, Fred Sandefur. Terry Prcvost. Jerry Hearn, and Miss Uuih Blythe and Mary Frances Stacy. * • • » His BirtlxUy Tarty, j Lonjo HargetU daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hargelt. celebrated her ninth birthday with a party yesterday afternoon when 20 of her friends were present. Cake, candies and cold drinks were served after the guests hac viewed the interesting assortment of gifts and played numerous games. • * « Officers Elected. Mrs. John C. McHancy jr., was reclectcd president of the Woman's Missionary society i of the First Christian church in a meeting at the home:, pi Mjs, George W. Bar- Circle meetings will be held lies Monday and the business meetin on the afternoon o! the 18th. Mrs .larsh M. Callaway will be hoslcs. ;o a luncheon for the executiv beard members al the next month ly meeting. Mrs. R. N. Ware jr., was a vis ilor in Memphis yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Jiimuie Lcdbcltc iiid children spent the wcck-cn in Memphis with friends. Eddie B. David is a patient a the Memphis Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat hospital., drington. Garden Pests and Canning on Week's Club Program The treatment of garden in- ects and canning vegetables in ins are the projects being taken, ip in May by farm women and ucmbers of boys and. girls 4-H clubs in Mississippi county through the agricultural and home demonstration department. Spinach and canned by the greens are being women and girls the recent county led atibn mcetiii'o' in Blylhevlllc vfcr ivcu by Mrs. L. S. Mitchell an Ira. S. M. Hodges, who repre eiitcd the Osceola club as dele ntcs, and a reiwrt ol work accom lishcd hy tlie civic department i jcaullfying Violet cemetery dnringl he past year was read by Mrs. C. [. Peri'in. The club voted a donation to Ihc icalth tmirt ot the Arkansas Clul- ,rens Home Society at Liltle Rock ,nd a. donation lor a local charity asc. • • * * Mrs. W. J. Driver jr.. has AS her guest this week, her mother. Mrs. ioc Fox ot Pine BlulT. Mrs. Godfrey White is spendii-.R ;he week with her father. Mr. V;?M in Marshall. Mo. She was accompanied by her aunt and uncle. Mr. inrt Mrs. A. Conway of Dlythc-villc. on a motor trip to visit Mr. Field and oilier relatives in the Mi.viniri town, leaving Monday. Mrs. Oco. Edrhigton Iws .15 Iitr guest, Mrs. Eimis M. Douglas and small daughter, Nancy, ot Memphis. F. U. Morrow Is confined to his home .suaering from n slight illness. G. S. Battle returned yesterday from Llvlngstou, Ala., where he was called several days ago on account ot tlie serious Illness of his father. under the supervision ol Miss Cora Lee Colcman while J. E. Crilz ami S. D. Carpenter arc slretslii: the need of destroying nil garden insects. The schedule for the week in these activities is as follows: Mon day. Armorel 4-H club: Tuesdday Brown Spur and Half Moon 4-H clubs; Wednesday. Clear Lake -t-1 and Woman's club; Huffman an Ilickman 4-H clubs; Thurnlay N'nrtcna Woman's club; Friilny Dogwood and New Libcrly ^-H clubs club. and New Liberty Woman' Mars rotates on its axis in 2 hours, 37 minutes.and K second so that its day is only slightly ! U ;ig cr than that of the earth. Hospital Notes Godwin Gay. Armorel. was admitted lo the Blytheville hospital today. One machine r.nw being used on' Canadian farms can cut and thresh grain on 40 acres in a day with only two men operating it. who died Sunday lincuinonla. following afternoon of SKAKS GIVES TRO1MIY BOSTON. IUP>— Elnnora Scare. Boston society sportswoman and internationally-known lonc-cist.u-.rp yxxitstrinn, lias donated n s*ficil trophy for the third ar.niin: N.i- tlonal A. A. U. 50.000-m?ivi> walk- i tug championship to !>o tieirt all Franklin Park here May 16, ! ; BAKING POWDER It's double acting U»c K C for fine textwe and Urse volume in youi bakings. MIJJLIONS OF. POUNDS U$fO lv OUR COVERNMIHf fused to work. Perkins and Ward declare—and eir position apparently reflects at of the 40 or more operators—at the mine owners could have vcd money by closing down this ntcr. But, lie adds, "we were Ming lo operate at a loss to give ir men employment and keep em from starving." What Miners Claim A far different cry comes from ; e camps of labor where union or- anizcrs. though unrecognized by j Central Ward The children in the first grade presented a set of 18 readers, "Surprise Stories" by Marjorie Hardy, to" (heir room library. We were so happy to have our room go 100 per cent to the Art Exhibit. All of us enjoyed seeing the pictures and felt we were well belief! tied. Our health contest is slill moving along flue, the third grade won last week. We are busy getting up a program for our mothers which \ve expect to give on Friday, May 8th. We hope every mother of our room will be able to come out that day. We had our pictures made this week and are hoping they will be good. Our attendance Is almost 100 p;r the class. In the 5A room Cran-1 dall Ktnningham, Anna Laura Cel- Jns, Moi'se Kochtiiziy and Joiepii Wolfort were voted best. Students from grade GA are planning a picnic. They are goin;; to take balls, bals and similar things with them so that they may spend the afternoon playing gamej. It has been a custom to always take students who are in this grade on some kind of a picnic jusi before they go into Jiaiior High. Mrs. Foster visited the 3A grade Friday aflerncon. Those who made a perfect score on multiplication tests this week arc: Wilson Hughes, Roy L-ewis, James Long, James Maxwell, Vesler Smith, Billie Woolen, Bui ma Bennett. Dorothy Cross, Margaret Davis, Margaret- Elfrank, I'auiino Hauluin, 1'autine Hillu, Pauline Masscy. Mildred Muir, Marie 1'eeX. Several others made only one error. The 5A group thanks Walter Arnold for two nice books for the ibrary. All the mo'.hers of the 5A group have been visited by their home room teachers. G^atbjqine Jcnec, from a rural e United Mine Workers of Amor- • cent these pretty days and we are a, are pleading with the jobless!so glad. We are planning to go on a picnic soon. The language classes ol the fourth and 'fifth grades have been studying ilA-ers. They are trying to cultivate an appreciation for their | beauty EO that more people en lo "stick until the hawk hts," an expression meaning rec- «nltion by the national union. The striking miners say: ''They wouldn't give us eight on the coal ive mined. lair "They made as (rade at company grow flowers and improve the looks ores and charged us higher pric- I of the town. They also hope to ctil- s than the independents. ' "Thoy fired us if they found we lined the union. "They put guards over us. We are ! tivute a respect for ownership so that (lowers will not be token or destroyed hy children. The classes have been making Uvo-minute ee men and we don't wear stripes, talks on the subject. In the 4A and "They hired 'gun thugs' as guards 5B room tlie talks made by Delia school, and Charles Burns from Central Ward, joined the tA class this week. Grade 1A finished the Child World first reader Ihe first of'the week. This class has read ten uooks since school opened in September. The following UB pupils had part-s in the play "Strawberry Red" which was given for assembly Monday: William Hairis. Jane McAdams. Ijeroy Brown, Sybil Brackin Frances rarker, Ettward Davis. Arthur Patterson, Evelyn Smart. E?s- sie Henry, Jolly Sparks. Jessie Livingston, Ercye Blaukard and Hi' Wnlmvrlghl. Several visitors were present. Three new members have bees added to the "An Ccmmittrr:" in the 6R room. They are: V/inni Jewell Harwell. Margaret William and Sybil Brackin. Doi'is Muir was the winner in th 1A reading contest, Tuesday. SI: •as given a little prize. The 1A and 2il children are en oyins "Ihe Story ol Happy Bun ly." This book was brought chool by Harvey Morris. The Play While MOrlh has bid five diamonds and holds eight 01 them, dcn't forget that Suutli was the first fcr his side to bid diamonds, and therefore becomes the de- clater and must play the hand without holding a diamond. West opened the king of 'clubs, which is the proper play when holding ace anct king—uic king is led to slio'.v the ace. On the second trick, West shifted to tne queen 'of hearts, which the dummy won with Hie king. Ihc ace and king of diamonds, v.ere led from dummy, and then the jack, which West wins with the queen. West is helpless—if he leads another heart, declarer will win in is own bar.d with the ace. dls- ird the two losing hearts in innmy on the ace and fc;u,j ot pades, trump anything i: 1 . uum- ly and picli up the remaining rump, thereby making five odd t diamonds doubled and scorinj 00 tor tricks, 100 for honor;', 0 for makinj his contract as li'>, ids was not vulnerable, ai:d U- hey were playing duplicate' ridge, 300 for game, for a grand otal of 650 CHRYSLER M W T U R 1>K Strro PRODUCT • d np* f- o. b. fnctvry The New DC Solo Six has n {jT-horscpower enpine. This means performnncc e.\- prcsseil in terms of ej>co(i of more than 70 milca on hour, acceleration of 50 miles an hour in second, hill-climbing ability nnd smoothness It has weatherproof internal hydraulic brakes, nn nll- stccl IxMly, a double-drop frame nml n very low center of gravity. This means maximum safety. It bas hydraulic shock ah- sorbers,long flexible springs, softly-upholstered cushions, ample Iteatl-room, ample legroom am! ample elbow-room. Thi»| means riding comfort. Itliasnvnrietyofslrihing color combinations, u slender-profile rniliator, long sircvpiiig lines from front hnmpcr lo rear, broadcloth upholstery and hand-some interior fit- lings. Tliis means beauty. It hag n host of other features, too, thai arc lypicul of Chrysler Motors advanced cnsinccrin"—the kind ofcn- O O ginccriug tbnl gives the owner twlny what others may offer in the future. The combination of all these fine qualities with economy of operation and maintenance makes the He Solo Six a real value anil creates for it a constant resale demand. TAe maart cor of tl>c Inir-pricf. field 176 DeSoto Sales and Service 117-119 East Main Hlylheville, Ark.! Copyright, 1331. NBA Sevvic?, Inc.) I ESS fc«j«j TIRED FEELING CAKDIFI ILOS helped many \von:«n, as In a KISC i!o- trcrihccl below by Mrs. 13. P. ]-'ogt.', of Sulphur. J^.: "I suffcro.1 a treat «l,^t from wc:Lk:ii.^s ami ;L very tired fci-tiny. 1 vrius r-or- vous unJ I:LV back itche-l. I did not sloep at nil well, so ciid not ftx-1 o*ju;d to my work \vhun uiornlng c.uiii?. Sly hisiitr u»]il me thai SLID CJiouyht Oinini woulil b«.iie- fil me, :mil after I l;ey;jn tahi::h* it r coulj tyll tlmt It Oid Ijtip me. I rrstfd much hot tor, and fell IK-I- It-r In every way. I took six bottles anil it was nuiic a toncfit to me." EH a Sotof Drug Just Received Car Load of MATTRESSES With New of colors L'ovorin.iis in ;t wide variety Slumber King $16.75 Deep Sleep . . $23.00 Beauty Rest . . $39.50 liox Spriiiss lo Malch ;il Hie Same Prices :is tlio Mill tresses HU FURNITURE CO.

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