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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 12, 1932
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BLYTHEV1LLB, |ABK.>' COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 19321 Qaltndai June Workman, Rcsa Lee Russell The Junior high school P. T. A. ' 1: meeiiot »t 3 P.' M., with the sjiidy class at 2'P. M. fhe Wednesday • Bridge club Is meeting *ith Mrs/W. H. Mlnyard. Th< community committee of the Girt Scouts Is meeting at 7:30 p.m. Tkmtoy Ids.. Raymond Curlln Is hostess aiKl and piano duet, Earl B, Snydcr played ("Fellowship for Ihe World's Lone- to the Matinee Bridge club. - Trie Mld-We«k Bridge club I meeting with Mrs. W. L. Homer. The Thursday Luncheon club Is betaj enterUined by Mrs. R. P. KlnSner. The EUott Fletcher chapter ol the United Daughters of the Confederacy" Is meeting with Mrs. W. I. Denton, «s hostess with Mrs. Eugene Dickenson. Mrs. M. O. Usrey and <Mrs. J. H. Smart also hos- Earl 13. Snydor. Christine Josephine Bryearu g»vo a Junior liadassah . Meeting. Sunday at Portageville PORTAOEVILLE, Mo. — The MUses Anna and Eva Barkowltz were hostesses Sunday to thj Jun- Barhom-lcd tli^program In whichIsraiiclmolhcr, Mrs. M. D«Uon to lor Htdaisali chapter. A buffet her tiomi! at Campbell, Mo., af- j)un<;h*on and Informal dance fol- Mrs M. Fitzsunmons and Mrs. Oordon Evrard ;dlscuss«l the topic The executive board of the Lange P. T. A. is meeting at the school. The Rtro Alpiia 'chapter of Epsl- Ibn Sigma Alpha sorority is meeting at trie Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. FrU*? The "Suibury school will have n box supper beginning at 7 p.m. The Music department of the Women's dub is meeting at the homo ol Mrs; W. I. Denton with Mrs, J. B. Cochran and Mrs. J. E. as hostesses. ; • - CMc*-Have MetUniv Cirdes of the Woman's Auxiliary in the First Presbyterian church studied the: conditions In foreign mission fields in monthly meetings Monday afternoqn and evening. Mrs. L. S. Briscoe and Mrs. L. Griffin Eckle entertained group one, of which Mrs.'C. R. Babcock -Is chairman, at the Briscoe homo. The 14i present heard Mrs. Marsh M. Callaway lead,the, program and Mrs. C H.' Hall, gave the devotional. Circle 1, Mrs.T.'j. Mahnn.chair- man, met with Mrs. J. H. Morrison, and Mrs. Virginia Keck The devotional 'was given by' Mrs. D. M. .Cutler and.J*s. .G. W. Dlllahunty led the program In Wiicb.all present toot part.- There' ware 14 in • attendance:~ : :; ,'"•••'•.•''•.'.'' ' Nine; attended circle .3'. which' met it IheVhome o! Mrs. RO£S D. Hughe; with ;Mrsv ; Dl)tle'Crawford also hostess. TKe.^deybtlonal period was conducted by,.Mrs. B--P. Klrshher and the progrtai-: .by .Mrs. James B. OlarkvMrsIO.-'P. Moss Is chairman of a violin number, accompanied by llness." Alice .Jo McFull and Mnybelle Snyder was accompanied by Earl B. Snyder (or a violin solo. Max Watson save a talk on McDowell, The Amount of Trac- tlcc" was discussed by Josephine Brycans and the folk songs were taken up by Maybelle Snyder. Rosa Lee Russell taught Ihc 30 minute study course which is given at each meeting. Miss Jones led the business session and a guest, the Rev. J. A. Russell, made a short talk. Other visitors were Mrs. Ed Anderson, Mrs. Jo McFall and Mrs. George Williams. >'-\H The hostess served sandwiches, cake and hot chocolate. * • » Anncunce Birth ot Bon. Mr, and Mrs. G a. Ashley of Armorel announce the birth of a son on January 3. The baby weighed 8>4 pounds at birth and hns been named Larry Graham. • • • Circle Members Visit. Members of thr. four circles ol ;he Woman's Missionary Union ot the First Baptist church, after Irs, J. brief sessions yesterday afternoon, Critz visited In homes of members who are ill or had been absent for other reasons In the regular monthly visitation plan. Circle 1 had Its business racet- Bits oj Netis Mostly Personal B. Davis. Cc-vll Bramitrjn, er an extended visit here with Mrs. Notgrass and at Carutrwfi- vlllc with her daughter, Mr;. O. lowed the meeting. The' president read a letter of appreciation for the glft"»hp*er ,for the Children's Village In patei- wno ,1s ,thc [line, and a letter of encourate- pharmaclst ut the Peoples Drug'ment for the new group from The store, left Sunday for Jefferton "•• — City, Mo., to attend a meeting ARMOREL School News executive secretary. T.he_ 4-H club held its regular meeting Monday afternoon, Jan. 4. The'.tlub members had the pleasure of'hating'Mr. J. -.E. Critz and MUs.Cori Lee Coleman with them. M!« Cotman made a very in- t»r«tiug talk on "How chickens should be fed," while Mr. CriU talked on the varieties of cotton j and corn to the boys. BY KM. E. MeECNNEY Secretary Amerkan Bridge Don't be overanxkm* to win a rick. Stop and reaton the hand out. A play that foe the moment may appear to lose you one trick m»y later develop Into two winning .ricks. <' W.'B. Tanner and ilyron Morse attended lo business In Lake City yesterday. Mr, and Mrs. R. L. Bradley and four children of Little Rock arc moving lo this city and will b; at home after January 23 in the J, Neal Oessell residence on West Walnut street. Mr. Bradley, who is receiver for the First National bank, will move his family here on that date. The organization primary puv i-.csl "Powell Ssrvlcc station lure. | Mlsj Opal Anderson of Mem- ^orphanage wer e "«pi»inted. phis Is the guest of Mrs. Ophio . ..„.„ . „. „ . , Shepherd this week. A teatur<!r of Sunday's program Mrs J D! Williamson of Micoh J™ s ^J^* 6 "*"*' contlu f (etS & daughter Mrs.'H. L. Fortenberry. K'" !" ']** form , of a Mrs. Pearl Farmer returned home I 1 " 01 "* " ead *» 5 glren ' Ing wllh Mrs, Chester Kabors with eight present. The devotional was offered by Mrs. J. W.-Bishop and Ihe business conducted by Mrs. John Buchanan. Mrs. Herman Wai- pole said the closing prayer. Mrs. Robert Grimes hail the second group lit- her home when Kl.x attended. Tlie ninth chapter of Arts was used for the devotional with Mrs. W. M. Williams offering prayer and leading the business session. Circle 4 met with Mrs. Sam Grimes when 12 were, there. Mrs. Alvln Huffman used the third chapter of Acts for the scriptural reading and comment and Mrs. U. W. Mullins offered prayer. The business meeting was led bv Mrs. W.--M. Crow.'' - -» * • Have. Pledge Strrke. -. • -.-.-• The Woman's Missionary -Society of the First Methodist church held a pledge, service yesterday after-. noon at the' church. .•-: ' '••'. With Mrs. ,W. I. Denton as c'erotidna] for JtHe' 166 present and the chairman opened the discussion' of the-.prosram Iri 'which all 'yar- 'ticlp»t«d, : -.TTie"licstess was assisted by h«r ; mother, Mrs. J." B. : Bl»n- keostilp,- 'andl.Mrs. Ira Parfihursl:. In :,ai •- (tie. i circles delicious'- refreshments were served '.•''.:'-' '..:• ':••. « '- • •-• : ;••'• ; Street: Chunk Women ' ' Mrs. ,6/. J. Rodgers was.' hostess fn the' 16 -members of the Woman's Missionary ".society, in the 1 . Lite Street Methodist church at V meeting Monday, afternoon at the home ot Mrs: W. J. LeRoj. ' •'- ; -'. A program on "Women of Today" 'TIS given with Mrs. Harry Weldman as leader with Mrs. C.'A. El- trant Mrs. O. J. Hodgcrs, Mrs. W. J. LeRoy, Mrs. A. N. Church ind Mrs. T. E. McCullougli makhiB tilts, The' pastor, the Rev. W. J. I«Soy, Vso\spoke of the revival In Your.Best'fo the ! Mnst«r", selected as-'.the'V society's hymn lor the YC'WI v.iis" sung In unison. Mrs, B. A; Lynch and Mrs. W, L. Horn- cr'" presented a dialogue • "Arthen Makes':n -Call" und Mrs. Crllz gave (i;bird's -cyj view of "missionary, activities In this church. The 47 present were served rc- irrshments by Mcsdames M. O. Us- -•tjv W. I. Denton, W. M. Burns arid U. S. Unrnson. »*••-. AlUr: Society Plus Bingo. Party. The^allar society of the Church of the Immaculate Conception met at the rectory yesterday afternoon when plans were mnde for the bingo parly tonight at the recreation hall. Dr. Paul L. Tlptoiv, who ,nas been quite 111 from nn Infected arm, Is no<v able lo be out. Mildred Ann Short, who has been <|iillc 111 from scarlet fever, fs now much Improved. Beverly Ann Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thomas, Is now improving from a ten days illness of pneumonia. Mrs, R. P. Klrshncr, Mrs. C. W. Affllck, Mrs. Walker H Baker, Mrs. Ross D, Hughes and Mrs. James H. Bell arc In Memphis today. Mrs. Byron Morse Is now Improving after several days Illness. C. V. Sebaugh attended to business In Monelte yesterday. Wilbur Gnlnes, who lived hero five years ago when connected with the Arkansas-Missouri Power company, Is n visitor In the city this week. He now resides nt New Hrlt- iiln, Conn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Noble O:lom and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. D.ily, of St. Louis, spent the week-end In this city Mrs. J. M. Murray, who has been 111 several days, is better. Miss Florence Alley has returned from a two weeks stay In St. Louis as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Noble Odom. Mrs. L. E. Rlgguis and daugh- ers, Mary Lillian and Marie, spent tho weekend In Jonesboro with relatives and friends. .'J. A,. Leech is in French Lick a Lid Indianapolis, Ind., for several days. fie is planning to arrive home Saturday. . • ' ';- j/ -,•' ; 'Ross b. Hughes and ' son, Rosa Dillon,' spent Sunday »"at Haynas, Ark.; with relatives of;Mr. Hughcj.- Lloyd V. Wl5e:is.»tfe*iding'ito buir Iricss In Caruthers'vilje. today. • Mrs. J. A. I/>eclv"iyeht to . Paducah, Ky., today for' several cln.vs vlstl witli relatives. She will return Saturday. ' • R. Morris King returned yesterday from several days stay In Mom- phis with Mrs. King. Louis Aldridgc, of Jackson, Miss., Is the guest of his sister, Mrs. May L. Aldrlrlge. Mr. and Mrs.-W. S. Lnngrton had as their guests lor Hie week-end Mrs. C. L. Smith, Mrs. Byrou Bar- tholomew-nnd three sons of Memphis, and Mrs. John LaCompt of Springfield. Mo. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Bartholomew nrc their daughters a;id Mrs. LnCompt their niece. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gaines had A program was planned for of 'the State Board of Pharmacy, rx^'u Io°h7lp"'suDrx)Tt"'lhe'pa!cs-i"" 1 me * ting ' whlch *' 111 meet Fred Kensaw of Hornersville has.u, 1( , orphanage. Ways'and means' 11 " 1 Momla >' ln February, accepted a poslilon with Hie Er- 'conduces for each month to wori G ' E ' Crl8gcr was also < !ecled as out i.lans for raising lunds f or on « of the sponsors, the others being Mrs. C. J. Litile, Mrs. W. C. Wall and M. S. Burge. A group of mothers who are interested In adolescent children met Thursday Jan. 7, at 3 o'clock In the home of Mrs. E. A. McKinnon The subject for discussion- was "Has Your Boy a Case?" After read Ing the lesson from the January Child Welfare magazine, a number of questions were discussed. A delicious fru^l salad with coffee and cakes was served. The meeting adjourned until Thursday, Feb. 4 when the ladle: wllljneet In the home of Mrs. C. J. Little: Dr. W. M. Owens, Mrs. C. J. Uttle. Mrs. T. E. Tate, Mrs. W. O. Anderson, Miss Helen Ariderton and MUs Magdalene McKinnon Thursday from Brosley, Mo., where she has been visiting friends. S P. Randolph, who has been Th e evening's entertainment was varied by i>Jano selections by M4ss Bernlcc Saphlan and Miss Esther working at Brosley, Mo., spent the UMursky, and , by several orlg- «llh Ills parents, ! lnal sketches by Bernlce Berfleld _ r . . •' \f,t nliitKnutlln ' week-end Mr. and here Mrs. , J. W. Randolph. \° l Blythcvllle. Monthly lie left for Dycrsburg, I Guests besides the members were reiin., where he has accepted I. I.Mlss Bernlce Rosen, Memphis, who position wllh G. T. Taylor com-'Is viilting Miss Rameltc Weh'iberg my. | In Osceola, and a number ol youni; Mrs. I'cnrl Million) and daugh- 'men, Including Zcke and Ric'Aarrt tcr Mary Ellen of Memphis. Tcnn.. jjlcdcl, Joe.Applebaum, Bennle Ber- arc here vlsltli.g Mrs. Mllhorn's i fleld and Harold Sternberg of Bly- slster, Mrs. Etl Jennings. Ihevllle, . The nest meeting will be held In Slkeslqn, Mo,, .Pebriiary l,' v wlth the Mlssrs Fanny Becker and Belle Wlgdor as hosteues. *A-K-4-3 V9-7-5-2 * 7-5-4-3 43 410-9. 7-5-2 »A-J-108 +0-8 , NORTH SOUTH 4Q-J-8 V10-6 • K-Q.9 +A-9-64-2 VA-K-Q-8-4 • 6-2 *K-MO-7-5 The South, the dealer, opened tr.e Sunday a/ternoon Ixrnic accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ed Caldwell of Blythevlllo and Mr. 'and Mri. Paul Chllton of Coruthersvllle were Ihc guests of Mrs, Cora Reneau and family Sunday. Miss Myrtle Chlltou e'nlejrtalnGd. as her guest over the wetk-ehd her cousin Miss Norma Holt of Draggadocla. Mrs. Curtis Sawyer of Wardell spent Saturday nnri Sunday hem v, 1th her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fields. she returned by her parents. Mrs. Ida t'unilerbust of Trenton. Tenn., Is her c visiting her riephow, Bailey Campbell and family. Miss Edltlio Ciarlct, who has been 111 Is able to be up now. Mrs. B. D. Dowcsso and children, Mary, Jean nnd Buddy, motored lo St. I.ouls Monday morning. ami will visit relatives in S{," Louis this week. -_ : ^ ; -; '_' Hlnkle Statler, a member of :the high school faculty, ! *pent : tho v/eck-cnd In Capo Oirardeau , with friends. • - '•'•-William Shaw left for St. Louis Monday, morning where, he. -will spend several clays on. buslpeia.' 3; Plan Joint Installation at Hayti HAYTI. Mo:^¥he'; Joint' installation of officers;'-of trie jNeV Era ledge of cxld Fellows, Harbert Rebekah lodge, and-Pemlscot Encampment, will be held In the Odd Fellows hall here Friday evening, Jan 15. There will be exercises In commemoration - of the birthday annl- veriary of Thomas W»dey, thj founder of the American Odd Fel- lowshtp. A dlhner'will be..served iii -room: the Haytf were visitor on the campUs last week. Miss McKinnon and Miss Anderson are former students. 1 « • . /• Thursday, Jan. 7, a basketball league .«u formed. The teams will meet each""'Saturday night -in the armory..-The schools that will "par- tlclpa'le jufe; • Armorol, Dell Manila arid Yar^ro. Supl. T. A. Ivy orYar- bro Was'elected chairman" of Ibis league. . -.-'•.•*. • » . ' The faculty is very niuch pleased with the attendance record,"the" average for last'.-month tolrig 94 per MIES Sunday Jessie from Reneau ':• returned Memphis, nir.g. Lalimer WiH Preach at Oiceola Every Sunday progress, at' tWs church . weeks'. for two A fruit salad topped -with whipped cream, sirnJwdches, cakj and plcklw sened with : a drink relresh- edi the women. : '" ' .. .. CH Scwrts Name ' 'In ah etectlbh'o'f. officers heli by the newly • organized ''Girl Scout troop of. the ; Langc cicmentary school, under. -. the supen-klon -of Miss Elizabeth; Halstead. these w;re named: patrol, leaders, .. Marjdrle Warren, Latha' Spicer and Lse Ors McLeod; 'ChaHyn ^McLeod; j»cre- tary;"";Miri»nVY. Smith, treasurer; Martha .Jrashbiirrir rcoorter. The" different r patrols and members of this: troop.- are: 'Robin patrol: Lse Ori'- McLeod. Jsaicr, Glen Ola McLeba,-. Jewel Brooks. Vessis VIckers, Aiiile. u-a::Hblsell and Elizabeth .-Ann_ Wilson;: violet pawol: Marjorl- Warren,.Jeadsr, Mary Catherine Dillahunty. Dorothy Join / rteter.-.Charlyn McLeod, Martha Washburt, an (j Miriam Smith- Bhie Bird : p*rtol: Lstha Spicer. leader, Naomi '^Alexander, Imogene Hawk- Ins, Ruth Elizabeth Smith. Esther Bunna*iy, Addie".May Wilson ajid Rraie Evelyn Turner/" •; - ' For" Uieir Christmas' "good turn' 1 the girls of this troop made attractive picture books, of cambric for ths children of an orphan home. . * * * . ™n Btnt. - • -' Mr. and Mrs. George Shanks announce ;the birth bf a son to jay at It was planned to have the game start at 8 o'clock and end at 10:30 o'clock with 50 cents admission. The prizes are to be home-made cakes, groceries, chickens and needlework. Business Women Continue Their Study of Intenullonal KfUilons. .. "Youth" was the general theme taken up at the nucllng of tl-.c Business and Professional Women's club last evening al tlic OoH Hotel for Ulc on international relations. These meeting.? are being enhanced in Interest by the attendance of visitors who frc- Quenlly give talks. ' Lnst evening, George W. Barham was the principal speaker and ths visitors included Ivy w. Crawford and Mrs. Ira Gray. Tlie part women play In politics was <liscii5S.'J by Mr. Barham wllh the general tone "Youth" stressed in the 11 questions answered by various mem- Jers and in I a Iks 6y Mrs. II. L Reynolds, chairman of the study activities,'nnd Mrs. Tom p. Jones. Plans were made. In the buslncrs session, for Ihe Bingo party to be as their guests for the week-end Mrs. Gaines' mother, Mrs L E Newblll, and Miss Vivlnn Gore, oi Uycrsburg. Mrs. Clalncs, Miss Gore and Miss Elizabeth Blythe spent yesterday in Memphis. , Frank Knight of Allnuln, Ga.. Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs N. P. Knight. W. A. Rogers of Lenchvlllo, at- londcd to business here today. G. J. Walker nnd J. R. Slovnll of this city returned last night from k.—Rev.-E. K: Lali- First Christian ... - te. who has been owing services at the Christian lurch here each third Sunday eve-tog: preached here last-night and 'HI continue to conduct Sunday .'CHiiiE services .each week, driving o O.sceola Imrnedlately following esper services at'.the First church In BIytheville- bunciay irom Memphis, s.Tenn.-, ofirrnr A v where she hns been , visiting-her m ^,,^^, L Cr-' ulster;,Mrs. Truman rAdcock., who ,f' , paS J",°l «*.*!« !i'. qnfie in. .,' ;' .-. • .-*> • :•-. > urch of-Blythevllte, wl 'Job ''Jaffee, who has ''Been - hero visiting his wife and so'n, Edwaroj Duncun, left for Memphis Sunday; Misses Mllctrcd Popham, Saclyq Mitchell nnd Virginia Sander} spent Friday and Saturday In cap? "ilrardeau with-friend's.' ; Miss Sarnli Moss ot Carudicrs' ville spent the week-end here willi her cciisin, Miss Hazel Mitchell/. The following Hnytlanr, attendee] [he Hayll-campbell double-header basketball gnmo at Campbell last Friday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Trainer, Mr. ahd Mrs.-.' W. T. Nathery, Mr. and Mrs.'-S.:p. Oafes, Mr. and Mrs. :'W. -Kl'rby, Mr. and Mrs, F. x. Schmachcr, Messrs. Tom Teaster, Griffon Weaver, H. K. Buckley, Tyson Homer. Rouert Reynolds, Rodney Brnsher, Odell Stnllings, Nciiton Bulllngton, Itar- bld nnd Bmlily LaFont, Bill Wit kerson, John Trautman, Stanfil, CllfTord Kirby. Mellon Stanley, Roy Wyrlck, Hnttle Herrel and Juanita Kirby. business- -trip Mich. to Port Huron Hayti Society—Personal Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank FltzgcrnM and daughter Mary Evelyn motored to visited Kclser, Ark., Sunday nnd with Mr. Fitzgerald's bro Hospital Notes , Mrs; B. A. Morris, city, was art- miltcd to (he Blythevllic Iio5nils today and Mrs. W. E. Rickey, city was dismissed. Swedish engineers have dcvcl oped a concrete building materln containing a gas that causes It tc 'rife" like bread. It Is very light. Se«d Courier News Want Afli. Hiyhtower News Miss Lena Crouch'' .; with John uis returned ; • -° a a ' ter i /^Pending . a .weak ' ' • her parenuV, Crouch. Mr 'and 'Mrs ..---• . Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hightower have . moved - to Memphis. Dick Hightower hns moved to his place near Luxorn. Taylor Segiaves of tfemphls will occupy . the Hfgh- owcr house and manage the farm mat hns been known ns Highlower plantation. . C. E. Cook made a business t to . Lcachville Thursday. " out of .school '-this w on'ac'couh'l of illness.. .-The primary grades, • under the supervlElon' '.of Miss 'Marguerite Matthitwii, 1 tiave chosen Eskimos for their, project this month. The wiu- doif , decornUons, blackboard' borders, and sand^table have been ar- riffljed >tp ; iielp promote this pfo- et:" : i ".'•.•.•:;-.> The-mid-term examinations' be giyen next week. 'The Parent-Teacher association faculty and student body are- al looking forward with much -pleasure to Friday, Jan. 15. On the Mississippi County Council--.*-!! seet--!he«. ----- • — .-.';. _ A good attendance is expected ani nn inviUtion to all is glve'ni "• - « / • « • Students who made an average o B on all subjects arid A on deport ment are considered honor students The honor r.oil Jor last month: is -^ follows: . Primary • department — Orin Alexander, Orvil Hay, ?Bobb Neel, Ruby king, Lane'lle-'Sr-iar Mnry Sue Srnlthson. IntermediatC 1 Max ' Smothcrman, J. W.' - Kin;. Kathleen 'Ashley, Dola Yarhro; Wan dene Pickens,;. Charles Denvil Downing, Sylv Junior High— Evelyn Smart, Regin Hogan, Eileen Hogan, Mable" M Kay, Fannie Lynn Brisendine. contracting with one heart, Wes assed and North bid one spade hlle North has normal suppor hearts, he need not be afrai; bid on espade as this is a oiv er one and he knows that he wll given an opportunity to rebld it passed and North showed his her five-card suit by bidding twc ubs. North then bid. two hearts nd South went to four hearts.. The May ' ; •' West's opening lead'was the ace diamonds and when East played s nine. West-continued with the ck' of diamonds which • was won East-with the queen. East re-' urned the king of diamonds' which outh trumped with the four of carts. South led the slx--'of spades. Inning in dummy with the ace rid returned the king of spades om dummy upon which he discarded the live ol clubs. Declarer's wxt play-was the'three of-clubs 6m dummy. What "would you do' now if you eld the East. haad? you know -the declarer is out-of slwles na- diamonds—you have Uvo tricks —if you take the ace of clubs you 111 have three. If you pass the lub, you know that the declarer able to rutf clubs in dummy However, the only way. that you rip Read Courier News want a da. BOND'S! AND BENDS BLADDER WEAKNESS Jf yonr-bladder Is weak .irid yon suffer fronrpalnCul or frequent url- nJltlon. lntlnmni^(ion,-,hl|thly color- mi urlni. and Kclliiig up niglitj, get DTi. liOXD'S K nnd V rrcECrl|ilion ni once /-cc whnt \vondcrfgl re- llcflt IirlnKr. .Price COc or 51.20. at nil dniK storr?, "or -lent |iroji.ilcl by Bond's Pharmacy Ce., U'.tlo Hock* Ark.—Adv. !t i._ their .home on East Cherry street. The b^by, who weighs eight pounds, h»s not 1 been named. -•- V : , • ' " CM> McIHweH. In the monthly meeting of the McDcnrell Music club Saturday afternoon the pupil* of Miss Minnie Le * Jope* studied the life and wvrju at McDowell. The neetlng was held at the hOtte of Mrs. .George Williams with' Kary.Uy«la : Winiams and Louise Aadenoh as hostesses. Piano solos were pUytd 1>y.-ittry LaVada An- denoo,' Lowise. Anderson, Alice : Jo SfcfcOl, - --•.--\ given al the social hill of tin Church of tr-e Itnmacuiatc Concep- . lion Monday, January 18. Proceeds | of this affair, with 50 cents as the admission, will be used lo pay the tuition for (he llttic sistor of th: club who Is being educated by !hts group. Missicturr Society. Wcnun's Council Have I.unch«m Meeting. There were 25 members of the Women's Missionary society and woman's council ol the First Christian church at the luncheon meet- Ing yesterday at the thorns Mrs. George W. Barham. After an appetizing menu was served, in buffet style, business ses- ilons and programs were held. Mrs. E. .K. Latimer conducted the business session for the missionary society while that of the council was led by Mrs. Barham, In the council plans were made for a social to tc held at the recreation hall January 23. The project of obtaining subscriptions to the Holland magazine was also taken up. For the program Mrs. 'w. W. Shaver used "Carrying Our Joys" for the devotional th«me and Mrs. ther and \\lfc. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clyde Fitzgerald until Monday af!?rnoon. Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Mnhoult.-. and the latter's mother Mrs. N. Trniilmnn and Miss Lillic Hsnspire motored to Sikeston Sunday. Mrs. Waiter Cliilton entertained aunt, Mrs. Jack Chlsm. who- ives west of ; Hayti, nnd Mrs. Chlsm's sister, Mrs. C. C. Miller of Blackfool. Idaho, Saturday. Mrs. Mattic 'Harris of Newport. Tcnn., is here visiting her slsler. Mrs. Ophle Shepherd. Mr. and Mrs. Reed Woorisicte and children of Parma. Mo., were the guests of Mrs. Woorislde's mother and sister respectively. Mrs. Anna Dunkltm Dorrls 'Saturday day. and Mrs. Ethel night nnd Sun- Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kramer and Mrs. J. S. West fall motored to Kennptt Sunday ' afternoon and visited.Mrs. Wcstfall's sister, Mrs. Jim Green. Mrs. M. E. Notgrnss look her 666 6C6 Liquid or Takkts iisrd Inicrnal- ly and 666 Salve c\lcrn»lly, make a complete aod erTcctlve treatment lor folds. 85,000 in Cash Prizes Ask \'««r Dntfght lor FarUcmlars DAN C E City Hall Auditorium HIATHKVILiiiE; WEDNESDAY, JAN. 13th SAMMY WATKINS AND HIS HOTKL i'EABODY ORCHKSTKA 'On their farewell lour of tho South l. C av- ing for N'cw York next week. The South's Greatest Dance Band lave a possible chance • of ,d<,[ ea t. | ig the declarer's contract i s . (0 IJm $$f\ use to win ' that ^Ingfeum dub &•''• I •Well Is led from GUihuiy. DO e too anxious lo win a trick—If ou play your four of ;cluos, th3 ft Jeclarer will finesse the 1 10 which 1 (I ill be won' by West .with u ia iieen. West will return the lo of lamonds uiran which East will dls- ard a small club. Tlie declarer will rump with tha eight ot hearts. Ha will next lead the ace of hearts, but that piny will fall lo catch West's Jack. The declarer must now bad a small club and trump in jummy with the rtve of hearts. The IhrM' ot spades will be returns:, from dummy and trumped by declarer with the : queen of hearts. Tl>; de- ' clarer will then lead his Jack of • clubs but We»t will be able to jump : In with his Jack of hearts. Doctor-' er will discard the lour of spades from dummy nnd when W-jst returns the 10 ot spades, It will b3 trumped in dummy wllh the seven ' of hearts. If East overtrumps'with the 10 of hearts the declarer wilL win with the' king of hearts and ^ ruff the club In dummy with tit lT- niue ot hearts, but" East, by refill-/ ing to go up with Ills ace ot clubs, has defeated the declarer's contract • one trick. (Copyright, 1931, NBA Ssrvice. Inc.) UGLY GOITRE "Goes in 4 Weeks" AypiJ Dangerous Operation • "Vourfo'jrwfeVrihometreatiiitnicndeilniT goilre."— Mrs. J. M. Sptnc«r, Aitica, Ohio. "Mr doctor said operatjv lint by your •"• treattr.«nt J ended my goitre in 1 month. Thai was 3 years ago. Goitre never re-" turned."— Mrs. W. A. Pease, deiion, B. C. „ End Goitre Wck at Honie .. SflfljOCO peo^^ have treated coiirea " FREE heir last meeting place. An en- oyable ;.tlme was spent on some needlework, complimentary to th« hostess. Mrs. R. A. Neel, the original hos- ess, served a salad course, coiffee and home-made candy. '/ ..; "Those"present' were: Mrs. W:" 1 ^. Williams, Mrs. J. R. Steadinan, Mrs. J." T. .Ashly- jr.. Mrs.'R. A. Eades and Mrs. R. A. Neel of Ar- riic.iel. Mrs. Ed Foster and Mis. Ramsey of Blythertlle were guests of honor. .. SflfljOCO peo^^ have treated coiire home" this easy, harmless WIT, Xlany say goitres ended m A *-ceVs eveu lnw>?h other . raeihods haj fatleil. Bijr 4 f -pace illu'slrateJ ' FREE DOOK by BatiJe Cr«k Goitre'- Specixli&t tells bow to end goitre quick..', Send No Money r3n«!!7M7 AWw'KT— ""T • SuMra BI4f..-B«me Cmk, MXTi. J HcnrixieFRKElKXikllovtoEodC^iraQdk-L: \ u HOOK wltbovt Puger or OpenuJoa. • I , Sweet Crtam Batter-, 3ijc Lb. - BENlNEtTS i; - ; •PASTEURIZED MILK - Ifc .Quait Beliytrca , . ?-- • Phone 7i -•'-• t The pre-school study, group, of i the i Armorel Parent-Teacher association surprised, Dancing 10 lo 2 Script Auspices American Legion group, Mrs, J. E. • Patterson .of-Blytheville, by selecting.her 1 home : 'for Dr.PauIF.McCutchen Dentist STEELE, MO. Phone 85 IliSUK/lliCE AHD THE STKIC The old story about the ostrich applies to the municipality, state or industry that thinks self-insurance affords real protection, long as there is no loss, ic looks 15 good as any. But let disaster come— As STOCK FIRE INSURANCE is a bulinm — conducted by insurance organizations thut have back of them a wealth of experience and itsources to gfve each jvolicy genuine stability. It not only pays when loss occurs, but provides protective services which have led to steadily decreasing insurance costs over a long period of years. Ask your agent about it. THE NATIONAL BOARD OF FIRK UNDERWRITERS ;'" B5 ./•*» S/iwt NE'J? YORK „ CHICAGO, 222 Wat Ainu Slrtel • 5AN FRANCISCO, Merchant, r.tcbm£t 1 .oiov'',-. •*'At>*titnalOrt:m'iaiiiiiofS»#tf : inhiiiTam*C»*ip**''>E><''M>il>" l *' t *66

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