The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 5, 1931 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 5, 1931
Page 3
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FRIDAY, .JUNK l>, [fl:i| Services Meld This Morning for Wife of Prominent Business Man. Evangdis IM.R. (AUK.V CpUTUEU NRWS OSCF.OLA, Ark. — Mrs. Hatlic Souel! Sullivan, wife of Leon Sullivan, prominent Osceola business man, died at her home H?rc Thursday morning following an illness of only a few clays. Mrs. Sullivan was 58 years old. She sustained a Miokc ot paralysis on Friday of las', week ai«;l her condition since Ihai lime lias been regarded as Funeral services were concluded trom SI. Matthews Catholic Cliurch here at 10 o'clock this- morning, iiilcrmpiil following in Violet Ccm- ctciv. The burial ninss was said by ilie Father E. T. Walcli, parish priest of Canilhevsvilte, Mo. Active pallbearers were C. D. Ay-^ as, Oeorgc Ballone. Will Fleicher.j Vance Cartwrisht, J. W. Cox, W. W. Prewitt and Hen F. Duller. Honorary: M. L. Simmers. A. P. Bnr- liam. H. J. Hale. A. S. Rogers. W. J. Driver jr.. W. E. Hunt. Walter Cox jr.. and A. G. Ilriekey jr. Mrs. Sullivan was born in New ' Madrid. Mo.. October 19, 1873. and v, p as married to Mr. Sullivan on October 1st, 1002. since which limi! she has made her home, in Osccola. She was educated In the public schools of New Madrid and at SI. Vincent's Convent in Cape Gir- rirdcau. Mo. She is .survived by Iwr husband, three .sons. John and Leon Jr. of Osccola and Tlobart or the naval radio service. v:ho is stationed at liar Haibor, Maine. Also survlv- ng are two brothers and three sisters as follows; Victor Waters ol Midland. Texas and Alex Waters of Maiden, Mo.. Mrs. Eslell Hummel, St. Louis: Mrs. W. C. Beach, Tampa. Fla.. and Mrs. Waller Lawrence, Lilile Rock, Ark. Kcnnett American Legion Entertains With Barbecue PAfiR THREP. KKKNETT. Mo.. June 5. - A chlektn and goal barbecue surfer! wa:, i;iven lusl ninhi. by the \ ma \ ] ' T. Adams Tost of tho Am- *''*' A)m ' lira " B " J K' BRIDGE KY WM. i:. McKKNNICy Samui'l L-rican Legion that was attended ' " ll(1 to the extraordinarily hlijli by thi> largest. g.ilheriiiK of Log- 1 rcfiulrcmeiUs n<Tcss:iry for « forc- icnnaircs ever held hero. Plans' '"S two bid under Hie writer's w*iv tntiilc for ihc entertainment ' sy-tcni of rownu-i blddlni;, another of UK Foiirlcenth MLssomi con-i 1311 ' ' llls If" provided lo take care dlsu-id convention which | of ll ' e strong hands that are not ' iiultc powerful enough to make this tuielng bid. These arc llie original bids of lliree of a .suit ,and show partner delegations from neigh-; a long liiiinii null nnd a hand that boring Legion posts allended the! only requires oiv; trick from pail- celfbriillon. Special commlllsesi nor '" KO came. In olhev words, will be held here Armistice D.iy. and for the inid-.summc 1 !- meeting of the KIIIIV? district at I'opbr Bluff next Sunday week. (rasa Carutliersville, Sikeslon. l>x- !f-r, Vcplur llluff, Hoi nrr.svihe were at. Seuaih. Oin nuvH I Dr. Pratt Resigns to The Rev. l> .1). Limgley, missionary of the Mount /.ion-M'ssLssippi county Rnpiist .issociatlons. who will conduit a inn-Hue nt ll:j Lilly street mission becinnini,' Sunday. Mary Elizabeth Robinson Fourth Beauty Race in Rev. P. B. Lmgley to Hold Services al Lilly Street Baptist Mission. The liev. P. B. Langlcy, imsMoii- ary of the Mount Zion and Mlssh- sippi county associations of the Baptist church, will conduct ar evangelistic meelini; here beginning Sunday, at thc Lily Street mission church. The services are to continue through June 13. He will be assisted by bis daughter, Miss Myrtle Langley. who will lx> charge of Hit music. Thc missionary, who was formerly employed by Mississippi con with headquarters here, moved lo Joncsboro in December when the two associations were consolidated. Mississippi. Craighead and Pomseit counties included in [he gjoup. thy lluee bidder shows a hand «:nlulninn not only a good suit, bui Mile defensive strength and r.S'',uirs yon Ihat wilh un im-ard In j your hand, he will undoubtedly go j uinnc. lie further indicates tlmt lie has r.o desire lo play Ihe hand hold n liniid whc-u> your COVITCI '"Ing bid will bi> three no trump. An ordinal Ihreo no truiii]) bid] shows a hand with all four suits' doubly sloi>|i«l and no uood biddable' four-card suit. Generally sixakiuc. a bund this powerful call be u|>ened with an original Inn-Ing sun bid of l\vo. li Is fur bcller lo slarl wliti Iho fodng twu-sull bid. You me as- suu'd of Belling lo al least a KJiue- uoiiiB declaration, and wilh a lilile hel|i from parlner, you will be «b!o lo arrive al a slain declarniimi. wh:!i- \viili a orlxihal ihrce no (rum]! bid. jrarlner is veiy am to I l>av.. even llioush Ids hand con- Iniiss one or on? and one-hall iiulck •Pi /MIL r\ • • l lake Uklahoma rosihon:'" no ; I'liilntr's Ih'K.ionsr lii .IONESBOHO. Ark. — Dr. II !l : "rijslnal Three »f a Suit lilil Pr:-tl Jius icsijjnecl as coroner ol '' When partner mates an original Ci;ii'<I;c:ul County. He mailed his "'ice of u Milt bid ami your hand icripnation to Governor Paine'll "«ntalns al irnsl two small Inimp I our followlm; article. .ind along will) it sent a rccoin-: a " 1 ' :l l>osslble incard, take parl- mendatioit thai Chid of 1'olice NY.. " t ' 1 ' tu ful "'C. Craig of Jonesboro be apiKiim-' lr . v ™ have u trick In your hand cd 10 succeed him. and are vnicl hi partner's suit or lm ' ( ' a »l»8lelon and no good bid- lit'iiK-mber that high uilginul bld-i pri-vetit pal [nor from i:ivUnc you Inlrlllj'enl' Information. Start the bids low whenever possible unless you Inve ono of (he above described hands, or a pre-emptive lype huml which will be. explained In Dr. Pratt will move lo Oklahom, City July LSI lo enter upon his Illir>!e ° f 5' mir own bid Ihrec new jjosition as head of the Kc- 1 "° '"unp to advise partner thai of Dr. Hay Von hold less than Iwo of his (rump strircrt Depniimi'iit Kallytat's Clinic. j bill do have the required trick. Mid waif Notes f i tJl Mr. and Mrs. Louis White were visitors In I.uxora, Monday. Mr. P.. M. McDonald anil Mr. J. F. Tompkins of Tlmdelte were business visitors In Osceola, Monday. Tiility I'arlucr may Ire able to show an- Tiility tjuesls enjoyed a parly at oilier suit or if one of the oppon- the home of Mr. aiid Mrs Frank en-.s now pins In a bid, he Is warn- Liml. Saturday night Hi of your Irump silunlion. i Herman Miller of Ulyllieville Is Mr. Robert Simpson and Miss Hcldini; an absolutely worthless' visiting U-e C.innnday for -i few Efon McKnight attended church' hand and not normal support in days. services nt Higluower, Sunday. partner's suit, yon may pass, bill. Junior Maxwoll Willie Miller nlt'lH. j there ate very few hands when a I Mr. I'ipkln and J. R. Miller'spent Mrs. W. W. Simpson visited Mrs.| pass is llie proper bid: e. «. yon Saturday in Blythcville HiiMon MeKnighl, Tuesday. ! hold Ihree .small Irump and a don- MK S Sarah Parkinson of llur- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Liles was the bleton in anntlier suit. Althougli ! cleltc was a vusltor lii nivlhrvllle guest of Mrs. Kirk Humble of Ross,. ymi have no high cards in any of Saturday. Sunday. I the other siilis, undoubtedly part-j N. I!.'Connelly was a Blyllievlllc Mis. Perry Bradford is spending ner wil be able to ruff the third j visitor Saturday Hie week wilh Mrs. Arlie Humble caid in the suit in which jou hold | Mr. and Mrs.' A. J. Hill were nl Ttoss. Mrs. Bverelt : a dcublelon and thrcby gain an niythcville vLsilors. Thursday. Howe Adams, Sunday. Petty visited Mrs. rmry to your hand. TliLs is sufficient to raise partner lo tour. R. L. Thorn and need Crawly transacted in Luxora Mr. Frank Halpin left Sunday Even in some cn^'S, when holding Sunday. y cr Si. Louis. : a singleton in a side suit and two | William. HiiRh and Marvin Mr. Gordon Rohersmi of High-, cf partner's (rump, (he bid of four i Cr.twley tinnsactcd business in FAYETTEVILLE. June S.-Anilu Ixxw v;onld hnv_ to ad'l a postscript version to her famed novel "GenUe—en Pre'-vr Blondes." if she visiled tne Univs-aty of Ark:ir;taE campus today. Five of the six beauties picked ^ for tbe Razorbacfc annual, which W was released to the, are decided brunettes. Two are freshmen co-eds, one is a sophomore, two are junlors.'and tbe firs! place winner is a senior from Bremen, Texas. First-ranking honors went tr Grace Vann. who will receive her A. B. degree In the College ol Aris nnd Sciences June 9. Miss Vann is a member of the Zeta Tau Alpha sorority, making the third con• secutive year Hint a member o this organization has won first place laurels. The lone blonde of thc brauty section is Anne Meek. Carurlen Ark. She is a junior in the Collegr of Arts and Sciences and is a njcm- ber of Kappa Alpha Theu sorority. A second Zelu Tan Alpha ontry was named for third place honors She is Martha Rothenhafer. Dewilt. Ark., a junior in tne College of Education. Dan Cupid recently changed the fourth place winner's name from Mary Elbnbelh Robinson. Ulyth;- ville, to Mrs. Charles W. Oglesby Fort Smith. Mrs. Oglesby is a freshman in Ihe College of Arts am 1 Sciences. She is a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority. A Fayetteville freshman was selected for fifth honors. She is Anna Lou Rife, a student in the Collc-ge of Agriculture. She is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma soror ily. Like first place, the sixth and finnl place went out of slate. Nell lirnseiton, Haynesvillc. La.. \vos Jr.imod. She is a sophomore in the College of Arts and Science and a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority Hayli Society—Personal Mrs. Carrie Meatte was hostess lo Ihe W. M. U. society ot the NWhoclis; church at her home Wednesday afto:'noon. DevotionaJ services was given by the president. Mrs. J. w. Rhodes and re- ]»rls were given from the Echo noting held at cinrkton, Monday. Dainty refreshments were served at the close of Ihe meeting. A party composed of Mr. and Mrs. Rcnnic Grccnwell and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Buckley. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ray and children. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Mas- tcrson an;l Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Nrlliery enjoyed ait outing al Ed?ewatcr lleacli near Tiplonville Teim., last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Allbright rptr.l Thursday at Cape Girar- tlCilll. Mesdan'.es Fred Larson and Char- lev Trainnr and Miss Sadye Mitchell left Monday for Keivance, III., for tvso weeks visit with relatives. Judge J. E. Duncan siwnt the first of Ihe week nt West Plains, where he l':ld court in thc ab- seme of Judge W. H. Green. Leslie tolrrt of St. Louis spent Hi" week end with his parents ^.Vl'ere. '<.' \ Miss bands Mac Cole of Cope i Vurardcau visited Judge and Mrs. . E, Punrnn, Tuesday and Qsceola Society—Personal ower visited Ralph Simpson. Hun-: ran be made, lay. j Original Bids ' «f Three No Trump Courier News Want Ads Pay. Liivora. Sunday. , William. Hugh Crawley visited It is very seldom (hat you will Leonard Hill Sunday. nnd Marvin Clarence and Among the Osccolans who enjoyed the )x)2t excursion from Barfield Wednesday night wer; Mr and Mrs. Hale Jackson. Mr. an:' Mrs. Braxtcn Bragg. Mrs. George Doyle and her two daughters. Misses Marjorie and Elizabeth Doyle Mr. and Mrs. Lee Maxwell and Mr and Mrs. Louis Lapides. Mr! and Mrs. L. D. Massey have as their guests this w:ek. Mrs. Massey's sister. Mrs. Joe Monkhouse mid her small daughter. Virginu Hose, from Uvalde. Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cox of frv- inston, N. J.. who formerly lived here, are visiting relatives in Mississippi county this week. On lliei return to New Jersey they will br accompanied by Mr. Cox's sister Mts. Bettic Nellc Benll. who wil 5 their guest for n short ism?. Mrs. W. E. Hunt and her niece. Miss Catherine Hughey. spent c few days this week wilh relatives at Lake View. Miss. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams of Little Rock, received announcement Wednesday of thr birth of a boy at Ihcir home in Little Rock. Mr. ami Mrs. William;formerly lived in Osccola. 'Mr. Williams is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams of this place. Mrs. Bernstein hostess to tv;o (ab!es of bridge at her hoinr In Luxora Wednesday afternoon en- tcrtainin; thc following guests from Osceola: Mesdames E. M. Jo.fe. Morris SilvorfieW, I.. K. Har- warj{. Rose Gold'cers and Miss Rose Rubenstein. Mrs. Jack Hewbaucr of Indianapolis. Ind., is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Win. Nickels in Osccola. She will attend graduation exercise.; at the University of Tennessee on June 15. when her brother, Morris Nickels, will tc graduated from the denial department o'. (lie university, and will return tc Indip.napolis in lime to celabrate her second wedding anniversary. J. L. Williams -was a business visitor in Little Rock Wednesday. He was accompanied by Homer L Quinn. In Trinidad, there was four times as much petroleum produced lasl ycav as there was ten years ago. accompanied home by Sterling Ounean who will enter Teachers college for the summer t?rm. Rev. nnd Mrs. J. R. Bullington has as their guests Sunday. Rev. J. D. Tussey of St. Louis and Rov. •>• T. Evills of Gideon. Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Me Dei-molt nave cone to Msmphis for a visit ™h Mrs. McDcrniott's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Lncian Ulncknrd let! Sunday for St. Louis and points in Illinois where they will visit relatives for several weeks. Miss Pauline Heard of Elowah spent Thursday licr« wilh friends Mrs. J. R. Roland of Nlcthcr- lands and Mrs. Ewell Rflbb siwnt Thursday in Caruthersville. Mrs. J. s. Westfall had as her guests Wednesday and Thursday, her sister, Mrs. B. J. Orcen and] son Bobby of Kennctt. I Mrs. CIcvc Dirks and daughter! have returned from several weeks visit at Hot Rcrtnss, ArVansn« ' -C'v -^ ^ - oday's magic carpet is the film | (of oil on which the whole world of jmechanical transportation moves.! .Our long years of experience, our [research and laboratory facilities, [our modem refining equipment; all •are devoted to producing this new lubricant . . . with a tougher, richer, heat-proof, and squeeze-proof film. Try it, and you will [prove that it is' the world's finest oil for your motor. PARAFFJN'BASE A GRADE FOR EVERY CAR A QUART Bargains for Saturday and Monday Shoulder, 1,1). IKc Kilj, 1,1). ir, t liriskH Ib. lOc i'OKK CHOI'S Nice and I •i Nice 1H1C ,1'iin. l.b. II 2 NECK BONES,,, 5 (: HOG CHITTERLINGS Kl-l.l). I'ail 65c PORK KOASl' HENS 1 "" BROILERS I LARD r.b. Best Grade Sliced Bacon Pound 22!c SPARERIBS.,10 C VEAL ROAST,.a5 c MEAT 1<0 ,iU!°SI.35 (; PORK SAUSAGE 1(10 I'cr cunt All Lb. 9c CORNED HEKF ,b.35 c n ic 2 Sugar, 10 Ib. Limit 46c APRICOTS "IS Butter G *;l sBest Pound 22c CORN CARROTS « unch 5 C BEANS rrc t, 7i c MILK (loud 1 ,uck Large Can 7c Small dm :{i/jc APPLES " ipp il 9° E66 PLANT'i.b.m c CUCUMBERS Lb, 10 C No. 2^ Can Hillsdale Can 17!c 'ahle No. 1O1C 2V, Ciin 1< -L PEAS No. 2 Can TOMATOES*™^ BANANAS Yellow and Firm 4 Lk 19c RHUBARB , h .10 c KRAUT*,. 2 , canlO C HOMINY N.. 8M co. 9° Pure Lard 7 8 Ib. Pail 94c SALMON ""Tun 1Q C COFFEE Mini "T., 29° SOAP Now Lb. 21/2C GINGER ALE i{ M.10 c PICKLES g^ t ^ PfIRK !mri BEANS 1K C f vJlvlY 2 Cans -Lt) Floridas, Large and Juicy ORANGE *""?*. If CANDY A " ^ COCOA M.I. i.:,,, 25 C CANTELOPE Ea, We Large Sunkist CAKES DcI ^S: MEAL ^.^ GRAPE FRUIT ta . 9 C Dozen 15c

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