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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 6, 1936
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PAGE TWO. BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 103(5 Biiclianan's mother, Mrs. E. R. Lntta, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Ucwcy Socitl Calendar r ^WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS -.' Sudbury P.-T, A meeting 3 p m, following executive board meeting 2 R m > ' Delphians meeting'. 1lotel Noble, 9 30 a.IP. Sunbeam!, meeting First-Baptist church, 4 p in Mrs, .EsteHe Cooke yollmer having Wednesday Bridge club Bibk study, Church of Clnlsl, 'meeting with Mrs. D, S. Shcltoli, 23»,,jJ,m;r;^ Jewish Aid society meeting althr Te«iple Israel, 8 pm "f '• THURSDAY'S EVENTS Town arid Country Bridge club me*Ung v\tjh Mn, James Hill * rs. Ross D. Hughes having the rsday Luncheon club, far Soclet), Immaculate Con- tion cliurcli hsfing bingo, par pm •'*' '-; -' D. c. niccllng with Mrs. es Alford. 2:30 P.M. , Mrs B A Ljnch having Mtd- Wa* Bridge club <•' \) FRIDAY'S EVENTS American . Legion , Au\Illm> meitlng, American Legion hut, al 2 3p[ p m i Hniwood Cemelerj, Assocla^on meeting with Mn. M G Goodwill, Wednesday Bridge Club Has 1 wo?New Members zi Thc \Ycdnesclay Bridge club, Tvhlch will start Ils weekly bridge luncheons; I his : week, has two new members,-,-Mrs. 0. A. Cunningham mid Mrs.,-: Baker, Wilson. They ^re -repiacirj-Mis Pmil Hucklns nnd Mrs. Whit Qoodmaii, who nnve moved away \ ^ The 'flrat parly will be given by Mrs. Estcllc Cooke -,Vollmer. Entertains Ciub Thc Mid-Wcek Bridge club was entertained by Mis H H Ho.ich- ins Thursday when Mrs. C. A .Cunningham' was a guest. This Tvas (he first meeting of thc winter season. In the games which followed lunch^ r Mrs r Cecil l feliane - wai. awarded n hand made npion foi the prize , ( a Son Born A son was born Monday lo Mi •and Mrs. Roy Parks at their home on Vine St The Mby, who weighed seven and a half pounds, .has been named Billj Rov Mrs Paik 1 »as formcrlj Mlts Dclva Chnp man. * * * Baptist Women Have An All Day Meeting ^Instead of haying -a week of prayer and sludy for home mis sions, the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist churcl combined-the studies into an nl day, piogram held Jriday at Ihe church The study was on 'Baptist Con- tribiition sto Arkansas 1 ' Fof the morning, EesBJpn^Mis" U. W MjH- lins^was Ofeader Mrs, Wnlte Bishop used Romans 13 for tin devotional and Mrs. Leslie Moore president, gave llic Jnlioducuon Mrs R L Recder spoke on '100 Years of_ Statehood, 1 Mrs j Lloyc Stickmon'on ^''OurrBnptlst Con^rf bution lo Kingdom Extension the Rev Alfred Caiuenler 01 "Contribution to Christian Train ing' and Mrs Theodore,Lognn 01 "History of t]ic Church and It Contribution to Kingdom'"; rio gress." Mrs. J, p. Friend sang solo. After lunch Mrs Odis Shepiicr presented the afternoon progi <n The devotional lesson was tike worn Luke 24 Miss Cordelia Wit hile bpoke on "Conlribiillor Christian Seivlco" and Mrs Wi Kogcrs on "A Memorial to Her Dixie Jackson" The seven am: of llic Women s Missionarj' Un ions Contributions were given a demonstration by Mrs AM Hard}, Mrs Harrj Brooks Mr w A Grimmctt, Mrs Kci'di Berry, Mrs J. H Smart , Mr . s G Cash and Mrs J o Fullfiitoi For bolti sessions hand mat programs, . decorated with 11 stale WMU seal were used Offerings were la!en, at th close of the two programs, wine will be used for slnle mission. * • * Gent Bradley Addresses Clnb The method of electing R Dlb . dent of Ihe United States w« tol members of the Democratic Wo mens elub by Gene Bradley attorney, f s ft ' meeting Friday a the Hotel Noble 4 M r. Bradleys address dealt wit The Electoral College," id wide "0 "itereslmgly. told of its 01 what thc permanent organize < C ? n .u sl *" thc orlgin an<1 IU tory of the parties and Intcreslln sidelights b f nationaf elections Pamphlets lelling of the pla loi-rn adopted by the Democrat national convention this sear an A Business Mans Personal Vm 5 !™,, Ro^velt 'Admimslralion by William E Clow Jr., of ch cago, were.-distribuled. iimp to Five No Trump Asks ? or Top Honors lii Trump Suit that a ,'iiuall slam was almost ccrlaln as soon as South showed two aces in responding to the asking uid of tm spades. UuL Hoiilh might very easily lack one nf the top tiiinips anil still have all he nrcdpd for his bids. Nci'th. therefore, Inimp and South, and king of hearts. 'I ho five the trumps, hid liuifcl mtu no nee Bits of News Mostly Personal —- . ,' ,', _ Mrs. C. M. Oliver, vvno has .been ill several weeks, is. now ablo to be out. Mis. A. V. NBramo'rc, of Dell, is 11 patient at thc Memphis Methodist hospital. Mr. and Mrs. 'Gliaricrf Penh- had as their guests .for-the weekend, Mr. .Ruin's parents, Mr, and Mr£, 0. 0. Peiin, of Grenada, Miss,, enslly. since Soiilh drew Irinnps,!""(' Dr -• »n<t Mrs., W. T. Merrill, discarded Ills spades on the dia- ° r dacfoson, Miss. monds, and rntTcd his losing clnl;s. (Copyright, 19aii, N1SA Service, Inc.) This Is tlir lasl of U :irlif!\- Kilinj; ullh clia.ncr.'i In Ihc C'ul crlson Sj'slciu, as iiimouncj'tj Kly C'ullin-lswi's hitrsl Imok, The (iolil Hook of llhUliiif aiid lay." ' ;„,..,,.. |! * • * '....,,.•., : ' » I1V U'IM. 'li MrKKNNKY •ierrtlary, Amcriran Hriilgri LraK'ic ; nlKJut! [he solidity, of the rump suit often prevent pluy- frpm iblildlnK , r\ "eold" gmnd In'ni. Thti latest' wrinkle. In thc our-flvc. no trump convention, nvcveiv eliminates that idoiihl. \VI'icn"-fi ' plhyer 'makes' a free ivc no trump bid. he tiskr, lib !atlncr.(o, in Ihc agreed uit It lie hus two of the three Cj) lriini]>^_..With any other trump loldlng, lie bids MX'of Ihc aurced nit, in , •• (oila'y'.i' hniul, Norlli knew Today's Conlrncl I'rolilcm I Three no trump is Soulli's j rontracl. After winning the I ni-st trick with Ihc hoai't jack, ) he caji count elRht sure tricks, or nine i_f lie can cash four diamonds. ; With , foin cli.unoiuLi in Hie East, liaiid;, hhvv.iivcr, where cnn declarer (jet his ing. trick? j A 05 ; ' ! :"''•'. ; '.; ' V'J I04'3 ' •» A A A 10 #32 •f JOG 1 ^ W A K Q04 3 ¥5 "•'•'" » J 7 fi 5 • AQ105 R. . , .- olution A J B 7 i » A il'j « I09'l . * A a 7 W. vul.'pponor— V 0. in ul;xt issue.- ;jsion yeslerdiiy aflcrnoon, ul thc linrch,; to.-..huvc, represcninlivcs (tend Ihc group conference hich mecls tomorrow in Wulmit, lltlsc. .Mrs,,Q., li., i^abcock,, ent, will atte'wl nnd others "\vlio laii to go are: Mis. a. W. ollli\- .m.i.lj; ( ^Mfs, .E. A.^IIale, .Mrs. Fred >andcfnr,. the. Rev. Stiiaft'- ii.'i'Siii- lon, Mrs. K. D. Cm-neuter. Mrs. in! 13. Harrison, Mrs. W. A. Jobyns and Mis. Spradley. nitilc Class Meets-. Mrs. w. M. minis lind Mis! Belle M. Wood cnlcrlnlnccir. the -•atllcs Bible cluss of" lIuJ'M'U'st Melhodlst VciiiirchT-tiFiMaji,. night, t the UnihsV home. - ' / Plans \v^c-» n^ade'; for'^ui\ endiince contest 'iJetvvcc'n" ides, lo be known us llic 1 nd Ihc Blues. The winners :ntcrtalh the losers. Chocolate mafshniallovv opped with whipped crcain, orr.ce';> wore served. : : '•.»!*. Jewish Women to i * : i-c Call 'iwo «h will roll, and Mrs.-: Max Boi-ofeky, president of he Jewish Aid society, is having «• cnll meeting of the group Wednesday night at tile Temple Israel, i o'clock, she Is urging nil members > to,attend as .Important business Is 16 be dismissed. , ). . ; ' * * Baptist iWomen , Have Social Meet Thc 38 flicmbcra of the Wonirin's Missionary Union of the First Baptist church, who atlemlcd thc social mceling . yesterday iiftci- i.ooii at the. church, had for thcl hostesses: Mis. Roy ' Head, Mrs Herman Waliwle, Mrs. Clarence Kohvyck, Mrs. E. B. Woodson niit Mis. Enrl Parker. Cookies fim coffee .were : served in tho socla hour. . Mrs. Mjk'c Biiclumnn usc< IKminns. 13-Ton the -devotional li which prayers. Were offered' b' Mis. H. L. Chambers and Mri Wnller Bishop.' • ; • ' ' Mrs. Leslie Moore conducted < brier business session. Mcllioilisls Have , /' A Mission Siudy. "•'• Miss Erie chambers, of Littli Rock, executive secretory of the Arkansas Tuberculosis Association, was-a guest-speaker for a Ifvlk on "Social Relations" nl a meeting of the Woman's -Missionary society of the First Mclhodist church Mon- Uny nflcrnoon,'- at the church. The talk was in keeping vvltli Ihe lomo mission study, .which this ;roup is .having for five weeks. An- Ihcr tiilk on Ihe same theme was Iven by Mrs. Charles • Alford who itscu.sscd Inbor problems. Mis. Lee Armstrong conducted the devotional nnd the closing irayer was' snld by Mrs. Wyalt ilehiey. ' • Sndliiiry I'.-t. A. 16 Hiive first Sleeting. The Pnrcnt-Teaohcr. .Association of Ihe Sudbiiry school will have ils first meeting of this ybiir. on tomorrow nflcrnoon. Tho executive boaid meeting, \at 2 o'clock, vsill precede thc gcneial mcclirii! bv an hour. • - 1 L- Promised" Land CHurch ^ to Hold Harvest Supper The annual "Harvest Supper" jlvcn by (he women of Ihe Promised Land church will be held Friday night, , ; As usual, plans arc being nuidc to dike care of the- several hundred who attend these parties. The women of thc church are Iu charge. ;Kcad Courier News Want Ads. CARD OF THANKS" ' Just n few lints or appiecialion ,lo Ihosc who were so kind lo us through ihc nnd dcnlh of our beloved husb.ind.>and daddy. May friends .sun-blind" you always Is our vvisli. Mrs. w. A W.c and son, .1. C. Cole. Mrs. iWcwre Has ' , Thursday Club. ^1 , T lL UI ? iay BHdBe club ^"« entertained by Mrs. L H. Moore wlien she also had one guest, Mis. O H. Willey A snhd plate Has iencd after the card games In which Mrs Hitam Wjlie won the prize, bath ponder. Made to Go I,"", to Group Cnnfrrn-t..' ' * - { \ Members of lh6 Woman s Aux- lUarj' ot the Fust Presbjtoriari .churchtmadciplans In a business Ypii'llLike HUDSON'S Better Cleaning Service Too. you'll appreciate our expert repairing nml nllcr- nlions...vvc specialize in re- incdcling Indies' coals and dresses. Men's CcaLs and Tcpcoats rcllncd. Moderate prices. Phone 53 HUDSON CloUiicr-Tailor'.Cleaner Mrs. Harry Wagnei 1 , laid ..of Urlnklcy, has Arrived here \f> jolii Mr. Wagner wild is c6nn«ct<<( wltli tlie Arkmo Lumber Co. They : arc nt. homo In the Ward cottage a'l 111 Division. '. ' ' , Mrs. Jim Jfaiwell and son, and Mrs. nllbo Gilbert returned Monday .morning from Dccatur, Ala; Mrs. Harwell nnd soii had bceii there for several weeks with relatives nnd Mrs. Gilbert Joined them a week ngb. Mr. Harwell and Wr. Gilbert motored down Sunday for (hem. -. ... Mrs. w. H, Salmon Is much lift'-' proved today following a heart at- liick early yesterday. Mrs. Baker Wilson and children Epcnt the vvcckciid at SorhmervilJe and Memphis. ,.>, '. 'ttliu-L'- Mr. ami Mrs. Matt Monaghaii were in Memphis Sunday. ,. Oscar Harilnway Jr., wiib has been III at MIC Memphis Melhod'isi liosiilfnl, Is now much Improved. He and his mother are remaining !il Memphis, who spends most bf 'ds time there now, is in the city. Mrs. 'Allan Walton had as lief guests Sunday, her sister,' Mfc. lianip Watson, and her brolhc'r] 1!. A. Field, of Joncsboio, and Mr. and Mrs. uerry lirooks jr., und ; daughter, Virginia, of Memphis. They cftnc over especially for L the. races and horse show. Mrs. Watson remained until yesterday afternoon. ....:. -•..-. Mrs. J. A. Leech and Mrs. A^;G Little will return today from Memphis, where they have been spcmf- ihg two dtiys. Mrs. J. A. Hun-ell of Memphis was the guest of hei diughtcrs Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and Mis ts- sio Davis, Sunday. Mi. nnd Mrs: w. A. Atflick are moving today Id their new home In the Miller apartments foimtrlj occupied by Mi\ .and Mrs .James H. Bell wlio have moved to dhc ,;1. J.(Mahan|li6ni'6. f : >\*i Miss MJtUfiiiu.'cluimbrr^ ^f Mcini pnrenis, Mr' aiid M'rs H L 'oh in? bers. :'. '"•GeorBC Morris nnd Dr. Waddy Ourslcr, of McmpliLs. were here Sunday for the races and horse show. •Mr. nnd Mrs. Julian E. Belts of Marked Tree, spent th c weekend with Mrs. Belts' parents Mr and Mrs. C. M. Duck. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd V Wise nnd son and daughter were called to Chicago Sunday night beciusc of Ihc dcith of Mr Wises brother Luther wise They w ||l ictmn thc last of the week Janlc Duvnll clnuehlc-i of \ii and Mrs Leon Duwll spent bun day in Jonesboio with ncr tranc! mother Mi and Mrs Malt Monagnnn spent Sunday in Memphis Mr and Mrs John Buchanan hud as their guests binidaj Mr of Memphis. Mrs. George FuPcr, of Bragg City, Mo:, is a patient at the Memphis Methodist hospital, i Mis, William P. Samse and ton, Wiltlnm Jr., 'of-Osceolii, arc patients at the Memphis Baptist hospital. . , . -.. J, M. 6jx;ck and Murehall Speck, bf .yi-cnchman :Bayou', arc patients at'the Memphis Baptist hospllal. <';T. G. Seal, of Little Rock, spent th6 weekend here. Mr. and Mrs. Allen - Huddlcslon nd baby, formerly of hero and now.:at lirlnkley, spent the week cncr with relatives and friends .: Belly Plil)Ili»/ diiughlcr of Mr. and Mrs. , Russeil Phillips;,''fractured her. left arm when she fell from some steps Thiij'sday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphrey had as their jjuesls Sunday, Mr. Humphrey's father,. S, T. Humphrey, and a nephew, Eniinclt' f.v- kfr, of Gales, Term. Mrs. Harold Hcndrlx has gone lo Kciscr where she has Joined Mr.. Hcndrlx and Ihey will iiiikc Ihclf home there. She was belore her ; recent marriage; Miss Pauline Fowler, Mrs. 'Virgil Shepherd,: who has been critically 111 at SI. Joseph's hospital, Memphis, following uhlli of a son, • is now slowly liiiprov- li'S- ' - - •', , i. Margaret Moffitt had as her tjucsts Sunday, Mr. aiid Mrs. Cecil Moss and daughter, Luii'rn Neville, of'.:Unlon City,-" T'dij'n., of he weeks spent at Lake Hamilton, near Hot Springs. Osccola Society — Personal The Christian Workers met at the church yesterday In their first business mceling of the fall Mrs. II. M. Fletcher conducted Young. Circle number two of Ihc Prcs- bylcrlan Auxiliary met lit (he home of Mrs. J. H. Hook yesterday with Mrs. R. C. Uryan leading the lllblc sludy. Mrs. W. J. Driver Jr., and Mrs, George Doyle discussed the home mission work being done among Indians, no groes, and foreigners, proceeds from a benefit picture show at the Gem Theatre oil Oct. 23 Bo to this circle. Circle number one met at thb country home of Mrs. Bob Grimier en Carson Lake. Mr.s. Walter Erans was a visitor. The';devotional was given by Mrs. Gcoi'uo Mmc.s B, s. ciiiles, H. C. Bryan, ~ and Jouesboro' will be present. Mrs. fi. C. Morchead was devotional leader al the business mecling of Ihe Methodist missionary society at the church yesterday afternoon. The' principal Item of business was planning lor the enlci-lalnmcnt of llic zone mceling to be held at the church In all-day session next Thursday. Mrs. n. N. Marshall is a new member. * « * The October business of the Da at the chi encd with the watchword, hymn, and prayer by Mrs. fi. D. no:;c. Mrs. Cole, president, gave the devotional lesson. A mission sludy class In Slate missions is lo be held four nfUi 1 of the home-of Mrs. Jphn A. Edi'ini!- !ton, . ' • . ; Mrs. win jvinnini rclurncci (o lei- home lii Chaffee,'Md.,'ye;>i?r- ; lay after ^pending - several days cenglll. Mrs. C. P. Tompkins of nut-'. delte, and Mrs. F. E. Tompkins were In Memphis yesterday. Miss Virginia Tompkins: of Bnrctette has gone t_o De Queen, tcacli music missionary society i checks MALARIA In 3 days COLDS .. first clay Hcadaclie, 36 - minutes and Miss.. Liirlcen nulllngton, Mciiiphls, 'wlid' came up:-for races and liorse show. Miss Mildred Moore, who attends Southeast Missouri .•-Teachers college at Cupc GlnirdiMii. find her school male, Miss Kmlly Fletcher,'-• of Arcadia, Mo,, s|.-cnl the weekend Miss 'Mooic's pnrchls,- Dr.'ami Mrs. L. H. Moire, They spent Sunday al Oxford, Miss., driving down with Aiiss Sara Jo'Lttllc and her guest, .Miss Martha Mcllyatn, of Cariiliiers- vllle. and J. Mell Brooks jr. Mrs. E^rrls Carson, who Is ivlth the Official Hollywood rhoto- erapheis al the Texas Centennial Is the of her parents, Mr. and Mi*. W. E. Hcssic. ' W. E. Hessie and daughter, M'ss Kathleen,; have. returned froni L\vo oons of next week ut the home number; four nt Walnut liidgc tomorrow, at which members from Basset!, Hlylheville, Piiragoulcl, IT I COOr.EST Sl'OT IN TOWN TONIGHT IS $150 Bank Night! Lajl vftk I II Tloorc was catl- ' " 1e ?'2^M HP. was not DKI'OSIT JlSOBOi -- . . *" ^.'7 '." } • . On (he Screen (Jeiic Iliiymnnd nnd Ann .Southern in "Walking On Air' Also Scli-ctcd Shorts I'llraincnnl News. H;vu-;iiiiin Ilinl; and Tumnrrow's Halfback. —Admission— Ifalmcr—In ,1 2oc—Mtlli l c In •Night—15 * 3Sc—AVilh lc Ta\ Sent to you on 10 DAYS FREE TRIAL GRAND PRIZE FOR THiS SPECIAL SALE Attachmenlt giv«n free Iwitheoch tltarter DOW« ctu ' se Cash Allowance For Old Cleaned THIS GREAT OFFER GOOD iFOR LIMITED TIME ONLY ^•hcsc fine cleaners arc full size, full pbwcr, ever j- one perfect. All worn parts have been replaced : with brand new pans. They look brand ncn— : sold originally at $53.50. Thoroughly rccondi- uoncd and fully guaranteed by the manufacturer. ; OnIy a limited number were allotted .us for this! special sale. Request HUUi TRIAL in your honic: :-lhcn decide. Positively no obligation, PHONE AT ONCEI DOr4't DELAV! KB. GEE SALES CO., INC. Pho11c fif Main and Fifth SOON— Uillacr Bcrrv vi. th !orrtln Tllirl t.-ijnor lh Shlrlcj limple LIST Ol n» MCJIIU INS' H lph Scott anil Itcallicr '«!» HUTU! I.4DIFS IN ^<nng Hid ! IllVI- O R.llldnl] Ansel. •TKiSKIN' PARADE'' wltli frfliu -\nd \rhnc Slcvv- ROXY Adni.—Always 10 A 25c—lc Tax Show I very Night Mahm-ts triilay, Silurdn), Suntl:iy Fn aiy A. Sllndiy Mnlmcrs—2 15 Sitirtlaj niitnirr — < nulmiinus blldwmj — 1 01) Till II 00 I' M. Tiie. - Wed, - Thur. PAL NIGHTS! Adults Adriilttfd. for Trice of All Children—lOc ; DW4BD ARNOLD as Res Sloul's j.fampys amateur dtlectitt MEET NERO fWOLFEl / LIONEL STANDER loan Parry • Ylclor Joty Dannt* Moot* John Qualtn ^ By Special Arrangement With the Seils'St^in^4'Rmg Featuring Capt: M .,, ... , ;Th e ;Blytheville Courier News .Offers a^Heal Treat to Every Child > in This Community Special Reduced Prices on (Children's Tickets Age 14 Years and Under Only A Regular 2Bc Child's 1 C^. 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