The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 28, 1940 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 28, 1940
Page 10
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, PAQE TEN Ann Joins Suit Parade BLYTHEVILLE '(ARK.)'. COURIER NEWS - "-£ Suits Take Stellar Roles In Hollywoood Style Picture By I.UCIE NKVII.U: HOLL-YWOOD.-Brery year, designers sagely predict, "Bulls will be good this spring—more variety than ever." The thing convinces me It's true this lime is that I went tiround last \veek asking movie actresses, "What's your favorite spring costume?" Eight out Of 10 Eiltd, "A SHU." But none hud the same kind of suit. There was vaiiety iu materl- ' als, In combinations, nnd 'accessories. Here's wliat they bought, and wiiy they think u mlt Is (jest lor them: BETTE DAVIS I.IKES C11KCKS Bette Davis selected' the Hvo- liattcrn type: « slim skirt of black wool, with a double-breasted short waistcoat and long, tailored topcoat of black and white checks. Different hats are going lo change Por general daytime wear, she'll top'It wild a sailor of bright reel straw, veiled In Mac):. At restaurant, dinners am! other dressier places, Miss Davis will wear n black and white checked 'turban. .•Two suits are better than one for Brenda Joyce, became, she said, she gets so much variety. She likes monotone skirts and "fancy" Jackets iu checks or stripes. Her favorite spring outfit is a rosy-beige skirt with a copper and brown Jacket. Next to a • suit, she voted', for jacket dresses, especially for hot weather tailored clothes. Three-piece suits nre Arleen Whclan's choice, nnd she choose. 1 ! her spring dresses with the suit's topcoat In mind. The red-head likes tailored rather than dressmaker suits, but specifics plenty ot different accessories. LANE SISTEKS AKE INDIVIDUALISTS Rosemary Lane likes the trio-suit but slicks to one basic color and ndds a fur collar to her coat. Her spring outfit is' a beige wool suit with a deeper, toast-colored tweetl topcoat, its shawl collar :of natural lynx-that blends the two sliaties. • With it, she plans to wear n sailor .ol brighter ' yellow slrnw and rnutchrng gloves nnd shoes and big of deeper luggage tan calf » :.•• Priseilli Lane no sister copycat bought a dressmaker suit of navy • SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Salvation a Continuous Task ••. For All Mo.u-At All Times ' Text: Mallliiiu- 28:lfj-20 HV Wl I.I.I AM !<;. (JII.11OV, I). J). liilltar of Advance' We have noted liow the Resurrection nnd the reappearance ol their Master <inlck<mc<l the faith of the discouraged disciples. In this i lesion we lnw« to do with the new task that they found with their rc- nwnkdied faith. Hitherto, they had been dependent itpon their Master's physical presence. Their hope nnd faith anil outlook depended very much upon Ihelr nearness to Him nnd ii[ )0 n (lie Inspiration oj His words. They had been looking forward lo Ilh setting an earthly kingdom, mid they had anticipated that In (hat kingdom they were to have the positions of place and power. Now they were brought face to face with the fact that Jesus had not come to set up an earthly kingdom In a physical sense, but n sphUtinl kingdom, and they be•y»> to understand words that before must )wvn been full of mvs- leiy. » » • They reallml Hint, (he salvation which Jesus had come to bring w »s not a limited salvation, for n few people at a particular crisis in their history', but It was a salvation for nil men. For the first time there came lo them the vision of a kingdom Dial was to bo all over (he earth and In which nil men. without distinction of race color or class, who found snlvallon through the Gospel, were lo have their part. These things must have been forminc very clearly In their Aim Sheridan's spring choice Is a beige alpaca suit, light enough in weight for early summer wear. New style points lire the longer cin. jacket, collarless and with four extra large jwckcts. Her vlsorcu suede lint atid tailored silk blouse nre In dnrk brown. blue twill—n culnivny Jacket nnd n slim skirt with side pleats. One set of accessories is n blouse of bright noman striped silk nnd n navy Breton will) grO5grnln trim. Ann Sheridan's sticking to n tailored suit, but lias entirely different Mouses anil lints. One combination with the beige Dipnoi Is n tailored brown silk shirt nnd vlsorcd sucilo lint;"" dressier is n blouse of brown o'rgnmiy with n billowing fichu. Malaria Slaws Progress Mnlarlnl fever, prevalent throughout almost nil warm cllmntcs, is estimated lo be responsible for almost hnlf of the total sickness in ninny tropical countries. The fever has modified the world's history by hindering the work of explorers nnd missionaries. South American unlives use n Icinon-flnvorcd grass to flavor pies nnd custards. HEN you CAN 061 A 6.00.16 HERE it is ... today's long-nm. low- cost leader-a tough tire at an easy price] Best tire values in Qoodyear history. Get 'om hero-NOW! VOU GET OUR LIFETIME GUARANTEE GOODYEAH wntmg-NOT far 12 or M monlhs-hui is guaranteed for its FULL PAY AS UTTLE AS .minds. }>ul Uicy were iimde more specific by Die words of Jesus in ) which the whole missionary project •ot Hie church hn.s found Its charter, "Go ye therefore, and make Idlscljilcs of all the nations, bau- j tlKliie them Into the name of the Father and of the Son and of the IHoly Ghost; leaching them to observe all tilings whatsoever 1 commanded you: and lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the i world." 1 H Is almost impossible for us 1 today to grasp the original Ini tensity anil /significance of these | words. We have been so familiar i for generations with Christianity us iu world religion, and.we have seen ' the missionary enterprise of the church so widespread and so effective In this modern world thai j it Is difliciill for us to put, ourselves | In the position of those hearing these words for the first lime. What, a vast world of vision and prilerprlsc these words opened up— M limitless field for those who be- lleved they had a gospel of good | news lo proclaim to men, a great task of teaching In which men were to be taught Die principles of true character and sound relationships in daily living. It was the greatest task conceivable Mint Jesus was committing to these 11 disciples. The evangelization ot the world is still that greatest need and the supreme concern of all who deem man and his world woill, saving What hope for (lie world is there except in the Gospel? More than 41 per cent of the men's clothing manufactured In the United Slates Is made in New York City. Why Drive a SHABBY CAR? lie prniul of your rnr ant] gain Die adilpil rasped of others. Our expert repair nipri will | 1( . Jiappy to give you nil cslfmate. MARCH 28, 1010 Read Courier News want nds. Dented? Fenders Bent? Glass Broken? THEN SEE US TODAY! WK'U, MAKE YOUR CAlt l-OOK L1KH NKW AT VERY UTTI.K COST TO YOU. PHILIPS MOTOR CO. 5th Jt IViilnut Phone 810 EASY-PAY TERMS to suit you-12 to 20 weeks !o pay. Don't wait — be safe-buy NOW, STOP HEW... JAW MONEY Goodyear Service Store rfin-WMnin »^^*^^ 410 W. Main WHY All THIS FUSS OVIRME? TTUSII re l,cl-,t' 3 worth a million dollars .-, uunntc to f,, ss over you! A-I And we re so gla.l yon weren't born lUirly years q«o, Su«:,r L.pc'iu*,- thi-n we couldn't have made all tins U,S3 over yon. In those «b ys |jt,j ft sm . fl . liorts like you just sorla grew up alone, because folks !,„,! very little time to apcml will, their babies. Thousands of precious hours wrc stol,,, away liy bark-breaking labor. ' When ire were l>.il>ios, every Monday was a liluo Monday. That , vas i\- K .lay our mothers sccuhhcd clothes. On Tuesdays llicy wor« themselves out will ironing, fcvcry day meant hours in a hot, sniffy kilche.,. Our mollirrs w.-pt our homes will, hrooms-a tiresome dirty job. Fresh foods „<.„. ], anl I" Imd and harder to keep, so babies weren't so healthy in those days. 0,.r mothers were always so tired from heavy work that llicy didn't have llie time or energy to play with ,,3-or to he good companions. Hut thnt's all over now, honey. Thousands of people-scientists, em-incers niaii.i g ers, linemen and many others-have hccn working for years to < chari»(' >'• 1 hcy're the people, of your electric company. " 'Iwlay your mother gels more done than was possible thirty years ago-and what s more Hnportam, she does it rpiickly and easily. Her ch-c.ric wash'imr mwlnnc makes Mondays easy days. Tidying the house is easy will, | lcr cle<° lrt« vacuum cleaner. Milk and food arc kept fresh and healthy in her clccirir- roln^crator. And because your mother has electricity at her br c k and nil "")' hour of the day a,,<i night, performing endless household duties «!,<• h»Minccless hours left to make all this fuss over you. Your fnlhcr'8 happy, too, because electricity costs so little he rat, easily allwd i!, c scrvKc that keeps your mother young and pretty and makes you'r "J""c n brighter, cheerier place for him to come home to-a belter, healthier plan- for vou i 0 g row nj, 'I licse changes didn't just happen. They ramc about through the constant "rts of the men and women of this company ami the electrical induslry as ''Mr, who do things the American way. Their work makes this country ° "'-Her place for h.tliies and mothers and fathers. And by the lime you grow up, honey, they will have helped to make it f itr "><TC wonderful than it is now, ^^ - _-^___ > , MORE FOR YOUR MONEY, In tiicjaa Id ia IS years, the engineering imprmrmcnfs and optratmg economic O J)vur electric mnpany haiv made it /ws- •L if 7" '*" l " rra S c P"<* "i hnaehM electricity just about tn half. Many customers now using more IwuscMd appliances, lots of t,ffti, n ratio and rr/ri>rolor pay irry link more to . operate all o/rt« c than theyuicj to pay far light alone, ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER CORP. CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE /N ADDITION TO THE REGULAR COMC SEC WON.' O you enjoy reading the Comics? If so, here's good news! Starting with this Sunday's issue, you'll get a new 16-Page COMIC BOOK in Colors FREE every week with the Chicago Sunday Tribune. This is an ADDED FEATURE! Besides - you also get the big regular Comic Section, the same as always. No increase in price! ! 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