Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on November 30, 1937 · Page 6
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BOBTAfc HOFi Tuesday, November 3.0,193? + . - ^jtafffciftt •-:]- - v -^-r-r"* 1 " ...^-y^4**jJ!*i*^'--JLLr ^™^.g.!* mrli Waist Line Smaller for Glamour Girl Specifications Given for Fashion and Beauty Models By BETTY CLARKE AJP Feature Service Writer It <won'l be the "Perfect 36" in '38. Next year's glamour girl will measure the same around the hips and the bust •>^34. And her waist must measure 10 inches less! These are the specifications of James Dowd Jr., director of Models Preferred, New York school in Which girls are groomed for professional fashion and beauty work. She Should Be Tall Furthermore, says Mr. Dowd, Miss 1938 should be at least five feet, seven inches tall—in her stocking feet. Five feet, nine would be even better. Dowd, aided by his wife, who is the school's fashion counsel, picks potential beauties not only by height and figure. Character, personality and facial structure enter. The best faces, say the Dowds, have Andy Sleeps Good Now ' He says "I had to get up 3 or 4 times every night. I flushed the kidneys as I do the bowels. I helped nature drive out waste and excess acids which may cause the irritation that wakes you up, causes scanty flow, burning or backache. I got 25c worth of green tablets made from juniper oil, buchu leaves, etc." Just say Bukets to any drug- get. Xjocally at Briant's Drug Store. John S. Gibson Drug Co. —adv. Plans for Cabin Type, of Farm Home, Using Native Material 666 c ? s vvv FEVER Liquid, Tablets Salve, Nose Drops first day Headaches, 30 minutes. Try "Rub-My-Tism" World's Best Liniment UrfWEHSlTV OF OP AOR.lCUI-TUJtE. There are many good features In the widely used cabin type of architecture If the house arrangement, work space, and porches are carefully planned, and the windows, roof lines, and proportions are worked out in harmony. The illustrated plan here is simple and well adapted to rough or finished outside walls. The exterior design could be used also with plans that include more storage space and a bathroom. The plan, No. 74109, is one of a large number of house designs for Arkansas farm conditions, and Is planned so that native materials and home labor may be used in order to permit use of limited funds for purchase of finished materials, such as cabinets, and flooring. Working drawings of this plan may be secured from your County Agent and Home Demonstration Agent. higb cheekbones, eyes fairly far apart, noses short and fairly small. High cheekbones often are accompanied by large jaws, but those may be disguised by careful rouging of powdering the jaws a shade darker' SPECIAL! ',^5Y our .choice Fitch, Drene Mar-o-oil .Shampoo with Finger wave.. 50c Plain Shampoo and finger wave ....,...40c Shampoo, finger wave, manicure and arch..$1.00 Mara Louise Dodds Pauline Williams mm mv BEAUTY SHOP 119 Front Street than the rest of the face. Six Long Weeks Eyes can be made to appear farther apart by plucking the brows in the middle and lengthening their line at the ends. .Bringing the rouge in close will minimize a broad nose. Two of the hardest phases of training models are prescribing—and enforcing—exercises and diets for hips and bust. Posture, carriage and rrmke-up arc three beauty fundamentals the school drills on, every day for the six-week course. Negro Revival A revival meeting is under way the negro Church of God, on old highway No. 67, with a white minister, the Rev. John M. Stephens of Okemah, Ckla., preaching the sermons. Song services begin at 7:30 p. m.. and the sermons at 8 p. m., according to the Rev. D. M. Fincher, pastor. CCACE T I ODAY we are fashion conscious in everything we do. Luggage has taken to color, to streamlined design, and to beautiful interiors. Give mod" ernly smart luggage, and you give a, gift that will be greatly appreciated long after Christmas has gone. You will find our prices very attractive un hand pieces as well as trunks. Come in and see our floor display today. Also u complete line of gift (ravel kits from— 98c HAYNES BROS. "There Is No Profitable Substitute lor Quality" Harrison Pledges Revision of Tax Undivided Profit, Capital Gain Taxes to Be Readjusted WASHINGTON—</P)—Senator Harrison (Dem., Miss.) promised Monday night to do his utmost to modify the two forms of taxation most distasteful to busniess—the levies on undivided profits and capital gains. Speaking in the Washington Star Radio Forum, Harrison expressed belief that these two changes would "encourage business, increase government receipts, and offer greater hope to the unemployed." He said there was no doubt that Congress was "alive to the need of prompt attention," but warned the country not to expect "us to be swept off our feet and complete this task overnight." The Mississippinn registered opposition, however, to making modification retroactive, urging that changes should date from January 1, 1938. It would be unfair, he said, to penalize corporations which have distributed dividends for the current year in favor of those which "might happen to be able to take advantage of a retroactive measure." The senator recalled that when Congress enacted the undistributed profits tax in 1936 he was one of those who believed it would stop the "unfair practice" of certain corporations which accumulated earnings so stockholders could avoid surtaxes. He added experience had shown that "while the law corrected some improper practices of a few corporations, it has worked tremendous hardships" on others. The result, he said, "has added confusion to the economic life of the country, and to many of our fine American citizens it has been most disheartening and discouraging." "It is a harsh and unwise policy," the senator said, "for the government to compel a corporation that may be giving employment to hundreds of thousands of men and women to distribute its earnings in the form of dividends to its stockholders when it needs such earnings to perpetuate the employ-' ment of these people. If the present system is continued, large corporations with tremendous reserves can continue, but less favored and weaker corporations without the reserves may be forced out of business. The capital gains tax, ho declared, has been an influential factor in "discouraging trade in stocks, securities or property holdings." Without question, he said, it has slowed up trade, filled safety deposit boxes with securities, and has frozen credits and prevented flow f capital into now enterprise. "If securities or property are permitted to be turned over rapidly, there will be more trade and in my opinion a freer flow of ready money into new industry," Harrison said. Prospectors Swap Burros for Boats 30 to 40 Men Are Seeking Gold on Shores of Lake Meade By SAM JACKSON AP Feature Service Writer LAS VEGAS, Nov.—The desert prospector has traded his burro for an outboard motor. As the largest man-made lake in the world backs up into the bad lands behind Boulder Dam, it is giving him new and easy access to long hidden mineral treasures. At the same time it is bringing bathing beaches and boating to arid communities that never have known water sports, "There is territory now accessible that never has been prospected," says R. G. Knickerbocker, who represents the U. S. Bureau of Mines at Boulder City. "There have been 30 or <IO men prospecting around the lake since August." Prospectors Hove Barge Lake Mead, as the big reservoir i.s called, is now 108 miles long. Its 500 miles of shore line extend into reaches of the Colorado and Virgin rivers und their tributaries where 'the white man may never have set foot. Gold is the chief lure that is taking miners putt-putting over the new lake, but the region also contains copper, lead, silver, zinc, borax, gypsum, salt and other minerals. So far there have been no sensational strikes. Most advanced of the new "seagoing miners" are O. W. Vales and associates. On a barge, christened the Queen Mary, they are shipping gold ore from some old workings in Iceberg canyon to a Union Pacific railhead at Boulder City. Squalls on the usually serene desert lake sometimes whip up five-foot waves and miners have gone hungry waiting for their supply boats. Power from the dam—which has the world's largest hydro-electric development—also has given a fillip to mining. A line has been run to the big silver-lead workings at Pioche at a cost of $900,000, and the Las Vegas chamber of commerce is talking of a $5,500,000 electrolytic copper refinery. The government is interested in a large deposit of manganese, an essential war material. On the recreation side, the U. S. park department has control of the entire lakeshore. Already a bathing beach, pier and yacht anchorage have been established and when the water reaches its permanent level there will be a more extensive development known as "The Oasis." As the lake expands to its ultimate 115-mile length two settlements are joining the romantic roster of sunken cities. St. Thomas, a Mormon town, was bought by the government and everything of value removed. The other is Lost City, a five-mJle- long Indian city long since abandoned. As the water rises on its adobe walls, the best of its relics are }ie'u\n ;irninftcd in a tiny clesert museum. 1937—THE PENNEY YEAR _ Sweeping Reductions Which S-T-R-E-T-C-H Your Gift Dollars! SHOP PENNEY'SHfOIRL SAVE! S H 0 P A N D C 0 M PARE 1 ve Mor*-f p*nd I fit Gifts for Her DOWN $fft.75 COMFORT—Ea. Ifc — ALL WOOL $*.98 BLANKET—Ea. *t — SILK SLIPS 1 .98 TWIN $Q-98 SWEATERS—Ea. V — NEGLIGEE Each — -98 THE BARGAIN EVENT THAT YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR TRAVELING $4.98 CASES—Each *t — 2-Thread SILK HOSE—Pr. Gi-ftN for Him RAYON ROBES $Q.90 Each V — PAJAMAS 1 $1.98 TRAVELING $4.98 CASE—Each 4 — DRESS SHIRTS $4.49 Each »NECKTIES 49c BILL FOLDS 98c SWEATERS^ Gifts for Boys .98 WOOL $«.79 JACKETS—Ea. £ BOYS HATS $1.98 Each 1 KNIFE SETS Each 49c BOOKS 25c BELT SETS 49c Gift* for Girls $r.9o COATS 5 ••BIMHBIHBUIHHIiHHMB RIDING PANTS $1.98 Pair B WOOL GLOVES Pair DAINTY PANTIES—Ea.. PENCIL SETS Each TRICYCLES Each 1 $1.98 WAGONS 1 $1.98 DOLLS 1 $1,98 GAMES BABY BUGGY $1-98 Each I — ELECTRIC $fb.90 TRAIN—Each g — SIDEWALK $ft-90 BICYCLE—Each i?— NASH CAR 7 NMMKMMMMI WAGON—Each.... 906 GAMES I0c to One Lot Ladies SPORT COATS Reduced to $6.66 12 to 20 Group 2 Ladies Better COATS New Fashioned You Save! S13.88 (f Regrouping- Repricing- ladies Fall DRESSES LOT ONE 12 to 42 S2.00 -O- Group 2 BETTER DRESSES Prices Cut Low!! 12 to 42 Each ... S3.00 Outstanding VALUES For Men! Plain or Sport Model SUITS 36 to 42 $16.75 -O- Townclad SUITS Of Quality Each .... $24.75 6LQS5NG OUT SHOES LADIES SUEDE and KID Leather Shoes 4'/ 2 to 9 J Pair STRAPS—TIES—PUMPS SPECIAL! Go On Sale 11) o'clock WEDNESDAY 100 LARGE 70x80 COTTON BLANKETS SINGLE Each 50c Surprise Table! ONE LARGE Table of Assorted MERCHANDISE Choice 25c MEN'S ,12 Lb. COTTON WINTER UNIONS 36 to 46 Penney Quality Each • 100 DOZEN! Men's Boxed Dress SHIRTS For Him 14 to 17 A Bargain! CLOSE-OUT CHILDREN'S UNIONS Not All Sizes Save Now! IQc Pair M EN'S LEATHER COATS 36 to 46 Black or Brown S6.90 Give A Blanket 70x80 PART WOOL DOUBLE BLANKETS All Colors Pair NU-TONE SETS 1 Sheet—81x99 2 Cases—42x38 Fast Color Border SET Gifts That Count 24 x 48 Heavy Weight BATH TOWELS For The Home 90 x 105 RAYON Bedspreads All Colors For Christmas LADIES BROCADED SLIPS 32 to 42 Pastel Colors ea Each 98c Each PENNEY COMPANY, Incorporated ACROSS STREET FROM fQJTOfFICE IWHE£E HOPE !HQP§ AND 3AVE§

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