The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 20, 1936 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 20, 1936
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EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ||- :i 'Cariithersville t •. Society — Personal v Club Meets Tuesday. '*'!"> The regular meetlrti of the Btisi- i ;,7*kss and professional Women's ' <'c!ub will be hela Tuesday evening, jjfovesnber 24, at the Itfethodiit V church, A luncheon will be served the Methodist. ladfes at s»ven Peggy's Choice for No. 5 - -^ f '-'•„' Mrs. Lacey Fnlerlatns Club. * f i On Wednesday afternoon Mrs , ii Anna Lacey entertained her bridge '.•<idub at the Eat, Shop, with Mis ,' (*C. G. Sliep^ard ,a guest for the ''afternoon Mrs, A P Nelfind held _ rl hign for the 'afternoon. Mrs. Emma 1 2,'Rogers won the second prize and '''the guest prize \\ns presented to **Mrs. Shepard. * ~ « i • 4'i>. S. Class Has Mietlnir 1 Tlie Phllatliea Sundtj fh ^ "class of th: First Baptist Siindaj > school, of which Mrs. H. H. Brown Is" tea'cher, enjojed a potluck sup; * per at the home of Mrs J \V, M -" .Closkey Wednesday evening .Plans. w«re made for a ChrlsU t ,mas parly and for the class to take care of a needy family 'luring the holiday On Wednesday of ne%t week the class plans to hbM a market sale , ',, An '..election . of officers, was held ifo'r the ensuing year, president, •with the following beln gchosen ,Mrs, ,S, A. Long, 'first vlcc-|irosl- , denti Mrs. "Atnzy Cald«ell; second • '^ice-president, Mrs J. w. Mc- 'Closkey, third \lce-prestdent, Miss Mary PYazelle; secietary, Mrs. JPaul Cliiltoii; Ircasurer. Miss May- [inS Herndon; re|»rtei, Mrs nertha x <Jpenuell; and tcnchei, Mrs >Brown i «T> * * • 'Attend Meeting at De\Ur. ' , ,pev D. K Poster, Mrs T. M jSpldell and Miss Mniy Anne Mcd- ling drove to Dexter, Mo , Tnes- A ;day to attend a District Mission (S^fudy Institute for the Woman's Missionary Union -Mrs J M McWHllams of Ub- , ,«rty, Mo , who Is Misstate W M iTJi president, and Mrs. J. O Rey- jridlds of Kansas Cltj, Mo., who is Estate secretary, Mere pieseni and gave Instructions on the 1937 W, /Si. U Manual i-Mrs Spidell is the president of , ^he Association^ \y M. U of this arid New Madrid counties and Miss i Medhng Is the Assoclntlonal Young People's leader * * • 'Mrs John Dllllon and sons, , JoJin, Aubrey, Riley, and daugli- , ter, Mtss Eveljn, of Poriest Cltj. Ark, were here Sunday (o attend the funera 1 of W P Robertson ( --Mrs Dillion Is Mrs Robertson's sister , , Mrs.G. A Caldw ell of New Albany, Miss , spent the weekend Kert with, her sister, Mrs W ( p .Robertson, having tyen called heie by' (he 'death of Mr Robcrlson ' Mrs ^yalter Bess of West Phins. ..Mcf ,"sp3nt Sunday here with Mrs W P Robertson , , ' Mr. and Mrs ^am Edwards and 1 daughter, Miss Lorene, of this city, and/. son, Dee Edwards, left this morning for Fresno, Cal , nherc they will visit with Mr, and Mrs Raymond. Carroll They plan to make their home-Jin California If they can find suitable employment $30,000 MtDnnlrc engagement ring hus been added Society rr Personal,- FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1936 Refusal lo Take Sure Trick j '. • , Sets Small Slam Contract Midway Notes r Mrs Tommle Ray and Chlldrei. of. Tyler, Mo, were guests Monday of Mrs .Ray's parents, and Mrs. Sleel Perry Mr Mrs Fannie Co pel and of Huffman and A 8 Miller of Cooler Mo, were Sundaj dinner guests ol Mr' and Mrs Cecil Sayre. Mr. and Mrs Lawrence the famous Jewel collection of Pcesy Hopkins Joyce, 41-year-old Ijcnuiy, and unless plans go awry, Vivian Jackson, 30-year-old "professor of astro-physics nild gentleman Jockey, will become number nve in ler collection of husbands, i They nrc pictured together on Jackson's J,OCO-ncro estate at Crantelgli. England'.. 1ml miuTlngc plans nrc held In abeyance pending the present Mrs. Jackson's Mill for divorce, In which Peggy Is named cores]x>ndent. Ily WM. K. itlcKENNEY Secretary, American llrldge League Red" Rellly, Chicago's spectacular bridge star, will be one of'the shining lights nt the national championship tournament of the American Bridge League In Chicago, the week of Nov. 30. When '>6 sets his mail and registers; he is known more formally as Mulhow S, but f piedlct that the bridge players who meet him In Chicago will bs calling him 'Red' before they have finished bidding the nisi hand against him; for ho Is that type of chap In today's hand, "Red" had no chance to mnke n spectacular score v for. himself, and his partner, but :iic did hnvc the satisfaction AK-1 V AJ5 • 8543 *KQ!H 4.1 10 83 Vj * K JJ + A J 8 1 (1 * A72 VKQ 10D87 * A Q 7 Duplicate—Ncme vul Sniitti West North hist IV 2* 2 N.T 1'iUs 3 V P.I-.S r i V P.iss GV Pns-, l>,iss I'.is-, Opening lend— A J. 21 Today's Conlrad Problem Soulh's ct)nh'';u - t is six lio Iriiinp. After winnhi". Ihc niicniny lead, it is iippiirent to Soulh thnl, ci'cn (hoiiyh the missini! honors jii;o in llic.Easl liiind, In 1 innsl htivT at least •llnvi! I'tilrics lo dninmv. lor (Incssiiif-. Whiil sn-e.llii'.v' 1 . •.' A K j 7 :i • The |l..T. U. of Slccle church held a Major Bowes ten program at the high school uu- (JHonnm Friday. Mr. Jordan pf the Arknnsas-Mtaourl Powor Co.. as Major liow'es, presented little PDtl .Hamrn with the lirst; prlxe. Pauline ' Morgan and Uettlo 'Wallace won the .second prfec and the Rhythm hand of the first and sic- ojiil grade.s of Stccle frade school won the third prize. Mrs. Maude Miller received a golden crown for being the me/it beautiful elder matron and Mr.s. Buford Spencii. received n sliver crown 'for being the most beautiful young matron. Mr. and Mrs. Ixjwls lirooks have gone to Ft. Myers, Pla.. for. the winter, union Evcrelleeaccompan- led them to o-sslst with the driv- Ini; Ijlit win returiir in.'a'few flays. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Trlpp, Mr. and Mrs, O. VJ 'Wise' and I Mrs. Mowers of Lexington, Tenn., were guests .of Mrs. .Irene Prltchard and family Sunday.' ., • - , V J Mr. and Mrs. Cluster Taylor nhd daughter, linogenc,' and' Mr. and Mis. A. A. Williams and son spent Sunday In Memphis. • . Mis. T. C. Bcnstcy and grandson, Joe Marlon Micliie. have re-' turned from Dallas, Texa. 1 }, where they attended the centennial. . Mrs. I,, c. Spencer was-called lo joiner, Ark., IMesday bj the se riou's illness of hei mother Mr^> C. N. Sanders. Mbs Uelln Dietrich of Btytli? ville was the dinner gue I of Mr nnd Mrs. Sims Michlc. Suiidas They also cnlci tallied Dr Joe Bcaslcy of New York city, ' Mrs. Paul cooper, wlio has been n patient In the Methodist' hospital, Memphis, has returned lo her home in Cootei nntl Is Impiov Inn. Mr. ami Mrs. Parker Coleman left the first of this week for their home at Long Beach, Calif,, after n month's visit here with Mr. and Mrs. Peter Col em an nnd -other' relatives and friends. .'',',. Dr. Joe Beaslcy of New York city has arrived for an extended .. T.- C.' Beasley," and"'sister,: Mrs. SJms Mlchic and family. Dr. fe'aai !ey, formerly with flic Blythevlllc hospital, Is taking Interne work at the King's county hospital, one of the latest In New York. Mrs. Jewel] Hopper Is coiillned to'.her'home in Cooler by Illness. The little daughter born to Mr. nnd Talbert Kcllcy over the weekend lived only a shori while. Brbf funeral services were held ill the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A.ikel- ley Sunday afternoon and Llic.'ba- was buried nt Mt. Silon cemete'ry. Mis.s'''Janulla ' Lpsslng .spent last weekend, in Dyersburg, Tenn,, .as guest of Mr. and Mrs.- Edward Watson. Dr. and Mr.5. T. S. Coopsr.hft Wednesday for pt. Myers, Pla., where they will spend the winter. , Mr. and Mrs. R. Turner of Marlon, .III., seni = last wsck end here will! their son, L. w. Turner,'an'J fiimlly. • Calumet News Miss I'Mai-yl'Galnes of Driver Cirove ivas (he guest week of Mr, and, Mrs: J, ,n, QaiHcs. Elizabeth Andrews,' '.who has been seriously 111 with pneumonia, is improving. Jim Trlplelt, of Van Bnren, Is vLsitlng relatives here .this week, George E. Springer of Driver Grove wns the guest of Roy Hall Sunday. Zcpli Andrews is 111 will nionla. iv pnen- * lit IKIC *•' ACETYLENE WELDING AT BEST PRICES PROMPT SERVICE Barksdale Mfg. Co. PHONE 19 Wanted To Sell $100,000 Fm-nilii re Half Down - Balance Next Fall - Buy Now Hubbard Furniture Co. -.• Manila Society — Personal 'Die nominating committee of the W. M. S. of the Methodist church, headed by Mrs. Claiid Craln,. met Wednesday afternoon to. nominate the officers for the coining year. The list will be announced at the r?gular meetln? Friday 'afternoon at the parsonage. * • » Dr. H. D. Robinson,-Alfred Bacon, Arnold Hiilton and Henry Ashabranner are In the Ozarks on a three-day hunting trip. Miss Maxlne Poc, who lias been employed in Memphis for several months, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Poc. this week. Mr. and Mr.s. D. W, Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. tf. w. Cowan and Mrs. Max-Lang were in Monetlc Wednesday visiting Rev. and Mrs Frank Sweet. Claud Smith spent the first of the week In Dyersbura, Tenn, a? flic guest of ht.s uncle,"Ed Hodge Monk Wright was returned home Wednesday night, from the Qlythe- vllle hospital, where he lias been confined for two weeks. He was Bounded when F/I Grimsle'y shot him in the stomach after an argument in a beer 'parlor two weeks ago. , .''... ' ' ••.;.:• . W. Upton, Guy McIIenry, and Mrs. Eva Tongue were In Memphis Tuesday, Mrs. John aienn~iraTs"Teuirned from Webb City, Mo., where she went to see her husband, who is confined in the sanitarium there lor treatment, she says 'his can- ill tlon is not improved. A cowblrd spent the winter of 1900-01 with a buffalo herd, near Winnipeg. - The bird survived the wintry weather by snuggling:,(n the woo) just back of the horns ol a huge buffalo bull. ' .TERRY ADSTRACT & HK.ALTY CO. Abstracts, Lands & Loans E. M, Terry, Pres. and jig'r. I'lione an Hljlheville, Ark. Open All Night '•• ROAD AND WRECKKR SERVICB Phone 633 Tom Little Chevrolet Co Now Located, at Idl North Seconrt ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU '..' DON FmvA!ti>S, Proprletnr AH nwkcs of Rebuilt Typewillers, Adding Machlnw nnd Calculators—Repairing— I'arts—«ibbon s Illi I A Q 10 U VAQ2 » A Q 10 B *AQ . ., ;.'. : Nnnc'yiil. Opener—A 10. Snlulion in next issvn.-. 21 When the low chili, wns led. Hell- j ly did not ;'gp up with 'ths ncej' and hts present : of a club tries proved the'undoing of declarer. ] I>ater, try as' lie might, declarer , iild .not-avoid -the' loss of two i Icks, and suffered defeat of his infract;--" With nellly It was «' iipie.'play, but it martc. th,' bitzcrs gasp, ; of refusing to cash an ace ajniusl a slam bid, when liu declarer Was clearly marked with a singleton, and wlicn he saw botli the king and the queen sitting In the dummy over him. ."Red's" gift, liow- •were guests Saturday night and Sunday of Mrs Poole's molliei, Mrs Oneda Smith of Tjler, Mo Mr and' Mrs Vernon Mcrrltt nnd Mrs Mason York left Monday lor, St Louis, where Mr Merrltt ^ill be emplojed Before her marriage Saturday night Mrs Merritt was Miss Willie B. Ray. • Mrs. Mary Merrltt nnd ^Mrs Ella Ray returned to their Home heie Saturday after a visit In St. Louis , Mrs Jimmle Hatchell was the guest of Miss Ora Sue Eaton of Blytheville Monday night Miss Eaton accompanied Mrs Hatchel tocher home here Tuesday. Jlmmie ' Hatchel and Johnnie Webb left Monday afternoon for Cape Oirardeau, where they hope to flnd employment ^ ever, proved to be a Grecian one. Poolc' as the 'declarer discovered to his Read Courier News Want Adi When the opening lead was made, South felt proud of the partnership . bidding which had landed them in n slam against the mighty Reilly Rellly 'sat .-in the West and hi? club bid surely indicated thj ace So declarer.reasoned that all that was-necessnry {was .to. lead n Ion- club to dummy and. when Reilly cashed his ace, later discard his losing diamonds, on the king and the queen of clubs. But he reckoned without Reilly Drs. Wert & Wert OPTOMETRISTS Over Joo Isaacs' Store "•WE MAKE 'EM SEE" Phone MO ANNOUNCING AN OPENING in this territory • AN OPPORTUNITY FOR ', THE MAN WHO CAN SELL For details address t JEFF MARMON SUN LIFE of CANADA 1717 Sterick BUg. • Memphis, Tenn. Ttic only 'brhnmcnts \yorn by omen of Kliismu, Yenyn colony rillsh East .Atrlcn, arc lulls of ilnml rur. Those nrc regarded nsi .c cqulvntcnt of wedding rings ' WE HAVE SECURED THE SEltVlCKS OF AN '.• ' KXPEKIENCK1) RADIO MECHANIC wlio will gimrnntcc to repair .vour radio to llrst clnss condition. '•' A Coniplclc r.fnc o[ Tulics nnd Parts - - Iksl 1'rlcrs Hubbard Tire & Bat. Co. : Phone 476 We have two carloads of these NEW ALL-CROP HARVESTERS Made by ,AUis-Chalmcrs The most practical thrasher on the market— i Proved by actual use in the field! Saves the beans that a planted with corn. lias proved practical thrashing beans In corn. Equipped with 5 foot cutter bar.' Will thrash cither broadcast . .or drilled crops, lieans, oats, wheat,' clover, Ii-spedezu.elc. WE WILL- BUY YOUR SOYHEANS PAUL BYRUM 118 East Main St. Phone 252 CRESCENT NIGHT CLUB Still Open for Legitimate Business Dancing'Every Night 8:30 to 2:00 Music by Frank 'Wenner' Harmon F jrmerly at Knickerbocker Hotel C! icago And His Sensational SWING BAND FLOOR SHOW THURSDAY THRU SUNDAY feat wing Miss Lola Walker and 12 Big Acts of High Class Vaudeville Direct from St. Louis Ikoatlcasl Over KLCN, 2 I'. M., Saturday Cover Charge 40c Per Person* All leading brands Liquors, Wines and Cordials Cigarettes $1.25 per carton Owned and operated by Hubert Utlcy Free? Sandefur just returned from Chicago with the finest collection of brand-new Hart Schaffnei'& Marx SUITS you have ever seen! Frcrl Satulefur returned home from Chicago yesterday where he was on his semi-annual buying: trip. While visiting at Hart SchafTncr & Mars'he had the oniwirtunilv to make a marvelous purchase for the younger generation of Rlythe- ville. Of course Fred bought them and he had them rushed here so we could present them (o you tomorrow. Man! What suits they are!! • • • They have the dash of the Ciiickasaw backficld and the mggcdncss of fhe Chicka.-iaw linesmen! All of them are styled by Robert Surrey, famous fashion finder for Hart ,Sc.haffner & Marx. You'll find" the smart, new, Cheerio'Stripe's ' in the fashionable side vent double breasted models; you'll find single and double breasted .models with belted backs, side vents and gusset shoulders; you'll find rich browns, greys and blues; you'll find sizes in regulars from 33 to 38 and in longs from 35 to 38... .am! think of it just in time for Thanksgiving! We'll be seeing you! ' ' >; " As usual the best is always at MEAD CLOHTING GO. 315 WEST MAIN STREET Blytheville's Headquarters For Particular Men

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