The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 10, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 10, 1936
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~f", -•) IE TTV< -i " .-"..' PAGE TWO ": • . i*' i' i 1 ; u i' , > rT^ - 4- ;•;••;'.•:•'> ,• • , Social Qloxkr v WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS > Sunbeams,'Tirst Baptist church, tn«etinff 4 p.m. ' .Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian church', meeting with Mri S. E Vail. Sirs, B. P, Klrshncr having Chapter "D", P, B. O., 2-30 pm. American Legion Auxiliary having tea for Mrs. Carl E Bailey. ;Churcli : . of Christ Bible study meeting with Mrs. E. D. Baker, 2 30 pjn. THURSDAY'S EVENTS .Mrs. F. B. Joy'ncf hSvihg Thursday Contract ejub 'Thursday Bridge club meeting i\iUi ibs. Charles L Wyiie. iiirs. J. \y. Parker having To«ii awl Country club ,. Mrs t Harry W. Haines having Mid-Week Bridge club. Woman's Auxiliary, FirU Presbyterian clnlrch, meeting \\llh Mrs T t j. Mahan Yarbro Missionary society meeting ulth Mrs. Zoo, Thompson Chapters "D" and "N"> P. E. O. having bingo parly, 8 pm, social haJJ, Immaculate Conception church Mrs C E, Crlgger and Mrs Mnr- un Robinson having luncheon meeting for U. D. C at Robinson residence, 1 pin FRIDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian church/iip.ving all day meeting at church ' ' • Junioi High cipoicltai 8 pm Stated meeting. Order Hislcrn Star, at hall, 7 30 pan •Elmvood Cc'mctery Association meeting \\Ilii MI'S U W Mulllns, S.30 pm jiDorcas Sunday school class, First Baptist church, mating with Mrs. Frank Simmons. 2-30 nm , ' i Junior Hijjh Operetta Tft B« Glvfc Friday Night Proceeds from the operetta, to l)e presented by Junioi high school Friday night, 8 o'clock, will go to the library, for which Books aie Kadiy heeded. ' Miss Mary Emma Jlood Is director nf the production. Hans Completed for Tea Honoring Mrs. B»ilej-. 'Plans have been completed foi! the tea to be given by the Amrjn- can Legion Ausilrarj in honor of Mrs Carl E Bailey, who will accompany Gov-Select Bailey here tonight for the Ariritslice Day celebration Members of xiomen'i organizations of Blytlieville hiue been invited to the affair, to be given at the Hotel Noble Wednesday afternoon from tnree .until flVfc o'clock.' - .' J - , • t; ',: -^ A patriotic molir will be carried out in keeping Kith the holiday T'tri the Blue Room of tlic hotel gs a setting for the red, white and blue scheme The guests will go through t>e rosa room, v,hich sill also be decorated, tnlo the foyer Defense' Unable to Hold -Sig ainst Long Trump Run I Arlor West had won the first Mck wUh thc hc , hcarl(j SccrtWrj-, .Aihf titan. BrMte —„-- 11K . K wlul u, c n c c 01 hearts, lie H has sometimes been said that w a spade lo dummy's acr. Bank fJllJ i : n . !"' CX .' C bril| 8 c thru played nerai rounds of clubs, plnjcr Is Hint he not only, ; gels leaving In his own hand the quecii more out- of his aces and kings ami nine of diamonds, (he live of than docs Hie average player, bill ' ' • " - Sits of Mostly ; * A32 VK105 rAJ8054 * K Q 10 V <i .1 0 8 <i + AKQJ I08SG Duplicate—None ml. Soul). West \6rih Easl P.-iss Pass 1 $ 3* I'ass .'i<> 5 * Double) Pass Hed'ble Pnss Pass Opening Icnd-r-V A. 1 Pnte PlISS Puss clubs and the seven of hearts, j Dummy held tlie three of spades, K-10 of hearts and ncc of dliv-l fiionds. Knsl retained, as his four dual cards, the K-10 of diamonds and tlic CJ-J of hcnfls. Now Bank led a diamond lo dummy's ace. 'llieii he played dummy's three of fcpades, -Milch had been saved for llinl special iise. East was squeezed. If ho dropped the diamond king, Bank's remaining• diamond would be good, if he discarded a heart, hc ^-onld establish both hearts In dummy. Thus six odd were mad« on' n liaiul Mitch had appeared a some- u-hfil doubtful fourj-j •: (Copyright, l93ff,",-NBA-Servlte,-Iiic.) that he 1ms a knnck of „ useful (risks for ihc deiicfs mid troys which look so very meaningless to the amateur. | Two of thc younger mnslers who aie expected lo attend tlie ioilhcomliig national clmiuploh- ship tournament, of thc Amerlcitn Bridge League at the Hotel Stef- ciis in Chicago, Ihc week of No'v 30, are Jules Biuik anil George Rapce. lu a recent, tournament held iii Albany, N. Y, Batik .showed Hint, hc fully appreciated the value of n "worthless" cmd I Bunk sat South and when Hie opening lead wns. limde.' r\hd : the' dummy .spread, lie could 'see trml liBjliiKl his contract without any I trouble, Five odd was certain, as his only losers were a diamond and a heart, but /Bank 'looked around Ip see whether: he 'could' get a little more out of the hniid.' Today's Contract Prdblein .feast is playing Hie contract nt seven- diamonds, bid ;as~. a snci-illcc over Noilh'.s six spade offer. If N6,-|ii had been permitted to piny the luiml at .1 small slam in spades, could lie have made ihc coh- tratl iie«|rut a diamond lead? A A K 6 5 V A 3 *Q803 * K 7 .1 A!!8 *Q J 10-1 V K Q 10 B 0 . 4 Nono * A 10 06'. ; &. !t S, viii. Opcnqr^i K. Solution 'in iK-xl'lssui: 1& M. Jontz arc In cluirgc of the hrb- jcct. \Vomcit Hayc, Program Mfceiiiifr. :•• Two new uieiiiUm were enrolled in the Woman's Missionary society of.lhc First Methodist cllvrch In n^rogram meeting Monday nfter- ijOO". at the church^ they were ™S?-. H - liim Wade ant! Mrs.'Toby M>ng. Tlicre were 32 present -Mrs. Edwin Jones presented a program, using j 0 ] m 14 j 2 . 2 , fo •the. devotional. Mrs. Jones, iirs « a "y Klrby, Mrs. E. D. Ferguson «nd Mrs. E. A. Goodrich gave the contents of a pamphlet, "fh= Or..... ^. a 6htislta& —-"•'J —11-L1( IHIAJ ^liC 1UJ UI of the Blue Room to the receiving line Mrs c. G Rccuntm, first, vice president, w ill represent'utiss l , rTllc Blesses were: nirs. Jones Cora Loe Colsntan president of the ™. fs . ; . " W1 8".t Bbivcn, Mrs. Eiigcne Auxiliarj', nho ^111 bo out of the V ! °." lSon ' Mrs - Ooodficli, Mrs Ai city Rcceiung W 0i Mis Rcriman " Jcluz ' Mrs. A. O. Hudson Mrs' and Mrs Bailey ^ill be xMiss Gns- °' N ' Hix " ae Haynie, of Little Rock, who »m Cofenin "accompany Mr and Mrs Daiiey f.^..^ i>it linn IMIS juaiivy f,, • ' here, oiileers of the state organ!- c * lrul ^'i Church nation, mcludinff Mr« u™ ~,A ' ConnoH Hov, ard ^.•Tlie Woman's Council of the -.. +j ",«J,vn_R, CCUItlUrJ- Mrs. Edgor Borum, treasurer of _. including Mrs Proctor, state alteniatc clctu i,, u ^,,, ltl , ul ,„ coraraittcesonlan, and Air? Liosd '"s-.CiirisHnii church met, Monday v Wise, second vice president, and , a . • no ° n "(••the home.of Mrs. c. 1 " " " "'•—'"•- -- ' V,V= Tl \ nt '' Tli? shclt °." sroup, H-iiii rh7' rJ ~ Wnrrt "s.lMdcr, was In charge of the program as it will ^tlur'ng this month. "Orphanages of Dis- rlst Churches," wns •s. Ward giving the the local ^roUji, and Mrs O W McCutchert ulll proslda at the refreshment _tabla They \\lll bo as- Eiited bj sirs. Harry w Hilncs Mrs. W. J Pollnrd, Mrs s s Stemherg, Mrs 6. G Caudill and v'ens, Patricia Wise," LaVonno C Redman nnd Betty Proctor will S j rv c. Dorcas Plans i , Members of "»hc Dorcas Sunday schoo claw of thc First Baptist church will ha\e a monthly meeting Friday nflcrnoon, 2 30 o'clock at, the home ol Mrs. Frank " •he tlicinc, clpl« of us<>d with devotional. Mrs. j c c m!ll , T^ °":.' T . hc , CI "^«»1 Christian inrhtini W: O. ou-rlh oil "Colorado' chru- jlan Home- and Mrs. Tnnt on "In tores in* R,^ About Itc Homw Hcrreahmcnls were served uy the ^rif > ™ l ^.^ n ? hl !« D *>- «"»>« Aiieen Hagen Editor of "Armorel 1 Tiger" The .,ln(r of the Armorcl .school paper, -Armorcl Tiger" has-bec-n announced. Eileen ;JiBgcnHsi«tll- lor-in-dilcr with - Alma, kathtyn "I" ns assistant , editor, i/mfc Sinodicriimn is sports.nlltor, licgl-" ita'Hagen Is business hianaccr. A' D. Morrison is junior [high-report,-' er. and Joy Adams is, sophonibrc rciwrter. in Hie grades tlic' tenth- ei-s will serve ,aa reporters. Mrs. J. CT to State^P.-T. A. Post iias been'ciiairiniln O f District.5 or the Arkansas 1'nrent-TcacJicr AMpclation. tor. the past two years' «as nnm«l;. chnlrirlan .of motion pictures for'(lie-stale in a meet nigjnst weckVal Hot Springs Mrs.. Standcfcr. ot Mario,, .,,n= Miss Mie jj«n»(iiort, daughter of Mr. nhd.Mrs. ft. R, pei, B . more of Etlli''Ims'bciii' elected to the Wooilsoh Harding Comrades, social orf;<uil7.atl6!i rit liifd- Ing college, Scnrcy, where she Is n {reflinian student. Miss Den-smorc, who graduated from licll lilgh Bchpol with the cliis of 1936, Is nlsd a niembei- of'the ArVntisns club nt Harding. • ' Mike Btmoil iias retufnc'd from Taycttcviile wlieie lie attended 'the fltinual Koinecbinlng Day celebra-i tlon.of the University of Arkansas.-, pr. I'oiil L. Tlpton and W.VH, Stoi/all iiaVe goitc to Chtcot coiiii- 1 t.v, near Eudoiii, on n cieer liujit.-' They motored Mrs. fipton 'to PiiHi ninff where she will vls!t"a : ; cousin until they return. They left' Sunday nnd will come back. Sat-' urttay. • .>| Mrs. Loy II. Welch, Mrs. Rolaiid' Green, Mrs. Chester Caldweli arid Mrs. E. M. McCall were in Mein : phis yesterday. _ . . • •"; Mrs. j. A. Leech, Miss Peggy McKeel niul theli- guest, Miss' Naiicy Albrittoh, of Sarasota, PlR., and rfldiicah, Ky., arc Sri Memphis today. ••.'•' Mrs. Geoigc M. tee and Mrs. Oiitlirle Ktiig spent yesterday in Memphis. . ; | Mr. and f.irs. Edgar JJariictt,! formerly ot here, who have been] living at Coltoiiporl, Lu., rpfsbmV time. Inive moved 'bnck to Baton- Rouge, La. Mr. Baiiiett Is witli 1 thc federal government in tlie engliiecrlng dcijartiueiit, | Mr. aiicl-Mrs. Fi-cd Fowler and son, Dill, have returned from.scv- : cral • days slny in Tupelo, Miss',I tvltorc Mr. i^owler attciidcd to business. Mr .and Mi-s. Renkcrl Wetcii- kamp Have rctiiriictl from Charles-' ton,. Mo., where they resided for two.mid n half months during the colton season, they" .will be with Mrs. Wetentmnih's pnrcnts. Mr" juicl; Mrs. E. M. fen-y. while tricir iicuse \s being remodeled ' • Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Williams line! as thcjr guesjs for the weekend, Mrs. D. S. Irby niict chlidren Juno- iiiid Dabncy. of .Batesville^ Miss., aild Miss Bob Wlliiairis, of Lii.vorn. -.•.--.' ... Mrs. E. i,.. Hnle has retiirhed from ColiuiibiR Miss., where she Form SfeWing Club [ __ A sewing clilb. jlia zed by Mrs. ^llcii o,ml director, wi »: h been. organ- f 'it , t-Jiol *' il0 sU " rtcci 'work ' , Barbara Jean; wi der, Margaret Qeati. " ' Line of March for Armistice'Bay Parade Colors and Color Guard.' •'•'••• Ujiit No. 1: J'ai-agould Band, Ex-Service Men, Gov Bailey and OlVici.ih, Company M, Form on North 7th, Headed Toward Mam SI Show Hoibes, Unit No 2. Junioi U.itid, Atixiliaiy and C'ais, Itoj Scouts. Marcli and Float, Bicycle Stjiuulion, B mats, Foim on South Sontli 7th Heati-. p<l Toward jMain St Unit NO 3: Caiutheift'villd Sciuoi Band Gul Scouts, Sea Scouts ab Gu.uils, Floatb, I'. 'P A and School Floats, J'ete Hai'iies, Form (in Noith Gill, Heiuled To- "<u-d Main St. Unit No i- Scntitli Band, <l~h»; 'Cohimcicial« Floata 'fnoif-cbmijeti- tJVe), »/, Indubtiial Display, New Gaib, Foirn on South 6th, Headed Toward Main, Back Up to Ash St. Paiade mo-ehes on Mam Sheet up (o the Hospital, turns left to Walnut, back past City Hall, the Reviewing Stand The Glee Clubs are to assemble at City Hall on stage Gov Kiulev will speak at City Hall mound 12 o clock Mi nnd Mis Heisliclj Hale siKnt last wetk end. with Mi Kale's parents, Mr. : and Mis. Doss Hale, at Dyess. Mr. and Mrs. Ixiuis Shultz, of ilalf Moon, and Mr. and Mrs Lar-' ton Crump, of Pecan Grove, spent Sunday night witli Mr. and Mrs:' Homer Mosley. John Yatra, of Haze), Ark,, is visiting his 'brother, Clarence 1 Yntes. Mr. and Mrs.. C. Matson of Mis-1 sissippl are' s|)ending .a few days! ii'JUi Mrs. Matron's parents, Mr and Mrs. Harry • Hatcher. Joe; aatteii, of Texas, is spend? ing.a;.few days with his Bister, Mrs. P. w. Jacobs, 'nnd family. Virgil Hazlewood, of,Guerdon, Is visiting-his aunt, Mrs. C. H. Yates nnd. family. Mr. and Mis. Harry ' Hatcher have 'announced the marriage of their 'daughter,. Aline, to Bcrrel Ecalllon. The ceremony was performed at Osccola on October fl. HOW KAfi CAN YOU ToSfA^ OULl. BY THE TAIL, DICKY?' , - .'DEPENDS, __,.„,_, OM HOW MANY CLASSES ' OF M(LK YOU DRINK FRpM CRAIG'S DAIRY Duck Hunter Proud of Record TOLARE, Ca). (UP) — Emery Whitton says he Is the only man in the world who-has bagged each of California's 23 species of ducks, to prove that ho is not "stuffing" the public he has them all stuffed. Rabbits Chase Coyote 'BEND,; Ore. (UP)-L. A. Nixon, deputy;;fire'-marshal, and ' Bui-ton pney,!. another .five ^official, were .niiia'zcd-while on patrol to see two large • jackrabbiIs chasing a coyote. Canadian newsprint production In May, 193tf. set a new all-time high record of 267,067 tons. to Eatesyille tomorrow for T pro gram at which Edward A ONeal president of the American Farm Bureau B'edeHtlon mil speak . Jeff RolSnd attended to business in Memphis last mgh.t Mr and Mrs Oocar Harda\tay iihd {,011 Oscar ^ho ha\o been in Memphis mcut of the fall have re- I turned iiere Parker Cassidy formerly of here, who has beeii'norkmg at the Kroger store in Osccola, has been made mannger of the ttore al Jonesboro Mrs Meyer xoraber.. has recovered from a weeks illness Mrs John P Lent! ipvas m .Miss,Lillian Moore iias returned to; her home in Wilson alter spending, (he weekend With her sister. Mrs.- Eddtii Reglholrt, and al o : Jlmmie Conaslet-, small son 'of Mr. and Mrs.. Garland Conastc, is 111, al his Armorel librae. . - v R. A. Enrtes jr.; has fcturned to Memphis, where he L? employed n'lcr spetKllilg a few ciays with' his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H A fc-ades. ' •..' Arfai^ U • C?dlvlii ' «'. H P "ttcn'cls boro yjchl (hfc freeferd^at IS Mr. and MVS. Gcofr Smith anil J-aiiioiit Iluht spent Suridny i,, Mcmiihis. • 3 , Cora j^ce, coleman will J W Parker attended to business in Memphis. jipstcrrtuy. E. R. Perry; qf r Ipla,' 111., wns thc guest of Miss -Imogc'he' Morgan for tiic weekend, v V '• Two Tied for First Place on Armorel Honor Roll Joj A&anis and Mn> Conaster ti-d for first honors jn scHolarsliii> at the Armorel high school for the first six necks Each made 14 honor points . -i ..; Fiances Adims and Eileen Ha- gt;i each nitii 13 points.- licdrior third honors others on the lioiwr roll are Hegma Hagen Lucile Hay, Minnie V Ktssell and lla Margaret Rogers each \\ith 12: points- Helen Plnklea, Jack Hal", Mau'rtiie Harrison Roy Harrison and Chas Joyner each with U points- "" Vance 10 points finioke causes London to miss 300 hours'-of ^ sunshine annually. I GaSfGas Eat or Sleep "The gas oh'my stomach was so bad I coulrj not eat or sleep. Even my heart seemed to hurt. A friend suggested Adferlka. The first dose I took brought trie: relief. , Now 1 eat as I wish, sleep fine and ri-ver felt better. 1 — Mrs. Jas, Filler. Adlerika acts on BOTH upper find lower bowels while ordinary faxalives act on the lower bowel ohJy. /\dferlka piyesjyour system a thorounh cleansing, bnnulng 6UI old, poisonous matter that you would not believe was in your system-and that hai been causing gas pains, sour stomach, nervousness and headaches for months. ;.Or. H: L. S**ttb t . ffew York, rrporlu • Give your bowels 2 :REAL°cleans!tit .with Adferika and sec how fjooj yi>: feel. ,,'Jn-M ,"orie spoonful rctisVes GAS and constipation.; ; kifby Bros. Drug Co, Wrecker Sen-Ice , Gas OPEN ALT, NIGHT THILLU'S SERVICE CENTER Phones 777 - 810 NOTICE v To Our Customers ;We are now closins our rc- -pair deirarlriient anfl -gns Station ni 9 P. M.: cacti (lay, however we-will (maintain nil night service at,the, ••UlylhcviUe iMolor Sales Co. Phone 1000 for Service At Any Time Tom Little Chevrolet Co, FRIED CHICKEN""^ Lvcry Moil. \v«|. & •& - . . on Pli,k Lunch *5C DICK'S CAfE Acrovs Ihc Slrccl From Kress' A program and social hour \illl follow the business session Pians, for Binjo Party, AiinnunMd Plans ha\e alread nouncect f or a blngo held under the . " U - Assosiatlon Wednesday November 25, at the hut "Sis Herman VMpole and Mrs rhftlis MALARIA In 3 days COLDS •.•'.-. nr st day Liquid. Tablets Headache- 3d Salve; Kosebrb'ps hitnum Try l-'Rub-Mr-Ttsm"— WofW's GALA FALL SEASON Don't Be Swept Off Your Feet LEONARD KELLER until jon sec thc car that makfcs thc rrtobl Ills NBO Orchestra Direct frtm Chicago's H»l« FORD V^8 FOR 1937 LOW PRICE! COMING NOVEMBER 14 PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. > ^ \ v •, •* with 7 KKATUHE1) sTAltS fcUtV Gay Potter Sit on Alc'orn Vrl Rapshcr Sdr. 1'oluso Stirt^y HOTEL PEABODY From S3 r* r ''ay From §1 per >d fry double n. scjiorr, Vice •'President •'and .'General -Mivim One glass of good PUKE milk from CItAIG'C is a requisite for good health and culls fur many more glasses lo preserve strength. GRADE A HAW MILK Quart lOc Pint GK Biit'.erniilk, Q( i; c Evcrj-tliing f or j. ollr C n(eriainmen| and comfort Coiiiintinus Showing—From 2 r Si. 'Till 11 I'. M. TCNMT IS WIHTEfi STBIKES WHEN YOU LEAST EXPECT IT Lus{ v.c=k Vclma Mitchell was calleil for the S'iEO.OO—nut she iv;i.<; not rrcspnt—3lakinij BANK tlEPOSlT Tonight S215.CO! ! ! ! —ON THE SCREEN— Irene Hcrvcy and Charles Starrett in "Along Came ^ Willt i)oris Keuynh, Ii. 15. Warner and Irene Franklin She set her r:ip for a piy \ylio rtliln't know his hcarl from Ill's elbow. Comedy—"Krazy Inventions" Musical Short—"liah Rah Rhyllim" —Admission— Maliiicc—10 & 2Cc Night—16 &. :KC Frederic March, Warner Waxier ami Lionel Harr.vniore in "The Road To Glory" With June l,anjj and Gregory RalolT The year's most impressive cast In (lie great Invc drama of thc great war! You don't SEE this (liclilrc you I.IVI; il! Paramount Ncwi 1 ' and TVipcjc Cartoon—"Holrt'ihc wire" —AilinLssioii— MalinM—10 s 24'c Night—1C & Me VOVi ]:)—I'AI, NH.5HT-1 "CASK OF THE BLACK CAT' 2 TRANSMISSION: Drain | K « 7 s , lmmcr | ullri . eani Jhil rciill <viih torrccl ivinlcr grjdc of .Molil (feat 5il sb llial e«4rs will sliill easily. 3 DIFFERENTIAL: o^m ,l» ly sumnn lllbricant on'd refill *Mi M.riccl «'inlcr grailr al \1 0 T,\1 G^r Oil. ^ CNASSlSl^loliilutiricaic tlioro,! ? l,l, ,,i t j, ,,-jnicr Molulgreascsvaccordina lo Chcl-Clim recommchda- ' tioilJj 'sDttnii ilcWlltil inspcclion refvtt. • 5 GASOLINE: r'ill i,,d I M )S „;„, q ,, ick . s(i , rl ,. .vfinlfcr Mtfbilgas. i 1 F • .•"•'.'. Adm.*—Always 10 At 2Sc—In T;ix Show Kvcry Nijjlil Mr.Iinccs Friday, Snttirday, Sund.iy f'riJaj- & . SUnrfay Mnltnccs—Z:l» Saturday IVIntinPn — Continuous Shotting — 1:00 TiiJ 11:00 P. I>I Tue* - Wee " '"""' "itli Badialor ,>'iu;H to. remove srcasc. r, !s i „„,( f C ,| JTOn| _ , (|1| jn ' ^tobil Krcciont'il ncccssaty. £AI ItKf: Check linUcry; riil«il!ii)i»'i|1 c j wdl ircniOvc torrosion antl gTd.u 1 IriminaJ- .Vliilts Admilktl for 1'ricc of AH <;hil(lrcii— 10c Buy at thc Sign of ihe Flying Red Horse! With Marian Nixon. Chick Chandler, fthtly Kemp and Marie 1'rcvost lieaulifiil girls, lovely music, from Ihc famous novel lij- Viit.-x Hurst. - AMERICA'S FAVOR| TE GASOLINE AND MOTOR OIL Also nroadwa \Vilh Ted Husi'nsr C'onictly—"Here's Howe"

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