The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 8, 1940 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 8, 1940
Page 3
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Y, MAY S, 19<!0 FSCC Extends Stamp, Plan With Memphis As Trial • Center H.v ORANT MrOEn NKA XcrviCR Sprrtal WUter MEMPHIS, Teim., May 4.—King Cctlon, who lias been for scvfi'til years a king In rugs, is (joing to Jmvc n .shirt lo liis fonek— a cotton shirt. 'llii! tiMnn surplus, bugbear of Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly ]( vnu snjf,. r l,, aa tlii-amaiii-. urllirill- or rmiriiU pain, tr j UMN MUI|.I,. I,,,.*. |.'-«jh-ivii l.i.uu- r*-,'i|h. Ifial nr.- UAliilf. *;.•! .1 |t.,.-l:,p. ,,{ ||,,.f;» Cuii, imiLinl lu.lay. Miv I will, a ,|,,.,,^ ,,f u-ul'-j-, ml-] lli.- juii... ,,r .1 |, rimn*. • li's <•«•)'. \<l IKIIil,!,-! ;,l all „,„] ,,| ra ,»|ft. Ami iL.f.! „„!, 2 l;,l,l,..«,,,,,,,,.,/,,| ,„„ 'limes a iluy. ()[,,.„ w i,|,i,, ,|s li,iii,j.:.- «,iii..iiiiiM "ivmiii-ln—si,|,.,,.|i,l rrml^ an: i,l,uii,i.,|. If ,|j,. j,;,ms ,1,, „„, ,,,,ifkly !l-avr. anil if yi,u ,li, „,-; f,.,.| |,,. u ,.,. Hn-Kx will run von liolliiof :o Irv as il is .«!.! l,y p,,,r ilniiflflu nu.l.T ;,„ iiljxilmr iruiiici-.lurk Kuarantrr. Il.i-Kx ' GIlljKinnil U fur MiU* utnl r*TmiiirL,'nilr-.l >iy K'irl.v Hros. Ilruf (Vmiyimy INK! >M.<M| 'IriJK MWS trVt-i-yvvlllTf- tlie soiitli, can't be sold. So the federal eo'vcMiinciit, Ls going to tr.v lo give .some oJ it nway. lint no't oulrlglil. The govrnuneiil alms lo stimulate sale as cotton cowls In fill Income brackets, to creak' .wiles upyoncl Hie give-away. The stamp plan, applied to food surpluses, is noiv |jelns> applied to coltoi), beginning Imv in Memphis Mtiy 7. If it works, il will Ijo iip- lilicil lo oilier cilie.s wow.i> s'mu!i,,vn: I'.UVING FOlt ALL The stam|) plan in cotton us In otlier surpluses Is cunningly devls- (i) lo stimulant the of die coni- mctllly Ijy all, anil not, wily those to whom il is ulven. u v.'orks like Oils: People on WPA or us walling lists, oil olcl-ngc ns.s!sti\ncr or sim- itar public nld, will be given u vohuMiiry chiincc lo buy reyu'-li'Iy stumps entitling them lo buy col- ton bcods, HI sune.y. Having imallfied with their welfare commissions, they buy i>rei'ii siamixs for cash. Witli each, lli« government gives Hie 'buyer UK; sumo :iinoimt< In brown stamps. Both are equally good at the stores of 500 local merchants. The merchant seels his cotton uooils for tlie stamps, turns the .stamps in to the government, which pays him cash for UK-HI. Since the buyer hn.s already p.'iid PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock Guaranteed Hesl 1'riccs Kirby Drug Stores jLYTHEVrLLB <ARXJ COUKIER NEWS cash to llic government lor Hie green stumps, (lie Federal Surplus Commodities Corporation Is out only the face viilne of the brown Mumps. To Hint extent II hns practically boiiulii nml given awny cotton goods. If thai were all, it would be' nisler [or Hin government, lo buy the iioods direct and give Ihem iwny. Hut II !s hoped tlinl the fcuylng of colton (joocls by nil will be slimiilnieil. Greater volume handled by inerelinnls lends lo lower costs and prices, llnis fnr- ther .stlnuilutlng biiyinj by nil Income grouixs. Also ihe Incentive of the extra brown stumps nn-1 dcubledly causes many to tiny • green .slumps \vho would not. otherwise Imy any cullou goods in all. O.V ItKCilfl.AU BASIS The client i-ohur utong with the ' plun must buy royuhirly. The innoimt is jiroiiorllaned lo tlie size of I Jin family—fnmille.s or one tuid two must buy nt least $3 ivorlh In cash every three monlh.s. and not more than S3; famllios of five or more, $•! lo $(i. Memplii:! incrclinnls expect i\i> Increase of S'180.000 In cotton purchase.'! Die first year from stamps alone, More shim,;s : Unvel.s. l>cddinu, hiiudkeicUlcfs, ami o\u- ulls will be used by the lowest- Income groups. IT cotton use and ccttcn buying incieasc.s well beyond (lie increase due to ihe .slump l>liin dlrcclly, then ihe plitn justi-1 fit's llwII—according lo the EC ' ermnent's way of thinking. The moon ranges farther north and south in a single monllt Hum dors the sun in a vear. Bigelow Tailor-Made broadloom rugs to fit any room in your house Up to 101 sizes at "ready-to-wear" prices! £»•">-, * J_ V- v V.yf?}"*< t*.\* ***>™. «»Mwf "WtotiWjio'itiuti shades ,, ^ •• many a* i#i sisi>#... Widths unfa, -^- ^ r-> ^^^^ ' '*>* *«'%,«|ty r*MM»* u Here's the smartest trend in floorcoverings... nigs in sizes to fit your rooms as correctly as your clotlics ami accessories fit yon! Take the measurements of your floors and then fly in tomorrow lo sec our whole collection of patterns and sizes. Remember every Bigelow T.iilor-Made Hug h woven of famous imported Lively Wool. EXAMPLE a* LOW a* For 7. fix 9 Ready for msel CH AS. S. LEMONS Home Furnishings Moderately Priced NON-Tf?ANSI-CRABl.e 7 -."" «;<)'ITO.\ OHMI U .^-- PAGE THREE Demonstration Club News Notes (.'lull Has NCH- Mi-iiiticr Mrs. ,)oi! linker braimi: n mi!)n- bcr of Hie Promised r.nml UOJDB nemonstnillon club W ed iiojiduy afternoon when Mrs. Joe Hill wns hostess lo 15 members anil five, visitors. The meeting was opened with the slnt-liif of "Htorewcll lo Thoo". lini-li mi'iiibi'j- nnsiveied roll c:ill hy telling of a new dish she hml served her family recently. Miss Cora Coleman, connly home demonslratlon insenl. talked oji imiHivxs miiklni; and the weekly radio broadcast, OiirlDK Hie sotlal hour. Mrs. llnkei was winner It) llii- city contest, -n,e hostess served rcfresli- incnu. The- nest meeting will be wHli Mrs. Houston Mke.lton ,Iunc 5 with Mrs, Herm«n KIMenborty ns asslst- ma hnsti-ss. Mis. Felix 11111, president of the club, tirgiul all to al- lend Hit'next meet am) ciioh ctitilr- iiitin biliu; n n;|iur|.. NOTICE OF CLAIM UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OP INTERIOR GENERAL LAND OFFICE WASHINGTON Notice is hereby given that Dralimgc Districl No. 17, of Bly- Ihei-ille, Arkansas, hns filed uppll- cntion 07972, G. L. O. series, under section 4 of the net of February «, 192!) (45 Slat. .1410), to purchase UIR sw/i Sec. 25, T 10 N «. t> E., 5th p. M,, Arkansas. All ijersoiis claiming (he hind adversely will be ulloivcd until May 20, 1D40, to file In this office their objection!), lo the Issuance of n patent under the aforesaid np- pliciUion. .Joe! David Wolfsohn DEPARTMENT OFTHK INTERIOR IN WARDS BIG SALE OF WORTH I5c to 29c a YARD Nothing like airy cotton sheers for that flower-fresh look! Batistes, Frost Lawns and Organdies . , . Flocked Dimities and Voiles. Many others. Washable. 36 to 39 indies wide. Printed Batiste . ; Crisp. Washable. 36 inches wide. 80 Squqre Percales All (ubfast new designs. 36*. Simplicity Patterns, I5t; 25e Sec Simplicity Pattern No. 3428 it 15c—ideally adapted for these sheers. Many others! Save Now! Varforo (,'hih Atrels 'I'H'cnly live of lh<> Vnrbro lloim- DeiiiHiislinllon club mil eishi, visitors were entorlnlne-d by Mrs. dene McCllitre mill Mrs. Dobert Thouipsoii nl the McClulrc lioine Tiievidny aflernoon. Visitors present were Mrs. n. n Miirklmm, Mrs. G. L, Abbott, Mrs. C. M. Abboll. ,\(rs, 15. C. Voiinj;, Mrjf, I, 1). llnltiM, Mrs. W. O. Anderson tind Mr.s. Jninc* Bel), Mrs. Erm-si PiT-nch presided over the mcelliiK which \vn:i opened with Ihe sinning of "America" and (he devotional by Mrs. MeOnlrc. Mrs. Arch Undsey, jjnrden chnlr- innn, iirijccl nil members to lurn report.s In (« her n(. next, incctlnu. Mrs. 0. B. Pnrkcr rcnil the club collect. As Tuesday was tlic bli-llulay ol' Mrs. Georuc liunch mid Mrs. Mc- Oulre. the club presented both with «l[(.s. Uiter [In,, hostesses ns- slsleel by Mrs. Hell nnd Mrs. Andorson served n snl« ( ( course with ico<l Ira. The Mcditlre home was ilccornlwl wllh tulips, lil>x!s and splreu. The next liiectliiB will be Tues- ilny, May 14, at the home of Mrs, Albert Wallers. ('liraret Anierlcaiw urc the heaviest clg- ' smokers In the world, wlm Atalco, llelsluin. und Fiamc following next in rpspcc- I live order. J. L. GUARD Optometritt Only firuduute OpUtm«. (rlsl in Blythfuille, Flttfd Cuntctif WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- WitW C,tom«l-And You'll J ump Q« ,[ SfA In IS. Morning Hum 1 lo Co I'll"'? ''"n't 'f'". """^ ' WWe ' 1 J " 1 "''' 1 ft Ul°« not JliKit. il ro «y )int ,t tc ', y fnlhatlowt*' Ins MoMi vin your ilunuuli. Von net coniti- pulcil. lou f»'«l jour, aunlc >ml Di« wutlj IUOH1 p!]CIK. Li's fun just to look through Wards cmnlogsl And, it's even jnoic fun to buy from them • • • at the catalog order department in our store. You'll find goods not offered anywhere else in townl Oiir catalog order clerk will help you make your selections and will even lend you a catalog to take home with you lor n few days. You pay only Wards low catalog prices, without even having to buy a stamp lo mail your order or pay money- order fog. Shipping costs are cut through our Group Shipment 1'lan. Buy all your needs at... Montgomery Ward I'honc (iVli TCsasewB- Wide Brimj lo Hotter Her! PRETTY HATS lovely (lowers and vells''on navy, white, natural, and pas- Icl straw! large headsizes included! |69 HER WHITE HANDBAG Simulated leathers and novelty royon fabrics. GIVE WHITE GLOVES <-bullon end embroidered. Gleaming rayons. 59c WOMEN'S SUPP£RS Classic d'Orsays with flexible hard (colder solesl 98t A SLIP FOR MOTHER lace trimmed or tailored ray- ons. Many crepe. 98c SHC'O UKf A GOWN Rayon crepe print* yery full Of frills, 9£ c Navy/ Gay Prmlsl Poslefj/ NEW DRESSES Budget Priced/ I 98 lovely dreisy and tailored styles in rayon crepes, cool spun rayons and shaikskinsl Sites 14 lo 20; 38 to 52. Fine 69c Crepes for Mother} SALE! HOSIERY Gossamer oil-silk 3-lhreads dainty enough for dress yel durab!? enough for daytime. Buy mother a summer's supply. 58c

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