The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 15, 1939 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 15, 1939
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THUKSDAY, JUNE 15, 1939. free, Easy America Behind Him Must Go Strictly Formal Again BY mi/roar BKONNKK KKA Service Staff Correspondent LONDON, June 15. — Ha v I ng back-dialled with American and Canadian reporters and mixed happily with the common folk of Canada. King George and Queen Elizabeth, upon .their return lo England, will sley right back Into the gilded cage built for them by Ihe flummery of ancient tradition! paluce red-tape, casle system worshippers and antl-dcmoci'ats. It's not their wish nor their do- '' ing. They probably would like lo get away oftener from Ihc frozen faces they see In their evcry-dav lives. Being Intelligent, they probably realise they arc not really made of diflcreiil clay from plain John Smith and Ills Mary Anne. But high society and officialdom and the most of the London press will not have it so. Royalty s slightest, accomplishment is swelled and magnified. Tlie Duke of Windsor teamed to falter a- little Spanish to-JicJp him in Ins Argentine trip when lie was Prince of Wales. The ultra- ultra press of this country at once sjrako of his "perfect Spanish " SPEECH "REVIEW" So with, the recent broadcast the plucky King George made from ., Winnipeg. H is no secret that he used to siammer very bad'ly. He went to a Harley street expert and overcame this by means of deliberate pauses before tackling difficult consonants. i ,. In private conversation, he how sets along well. But public speaking and even speaking before n "mike" is an ordeal for a sensitive man such as the King. Tlie nervousness that, there/ore, accompanies the job has a tendency to accentuate Die number and liming ol the pauses. Yet one newspaper reported: "His diction was deliberate and tinder perfect 'control. The speed of (lie speech was fluent, yet sufficiently slow to suit everyone in the vast audience listening 10 him.- One felt lie could hnve spoken much faster had he wished" TOOTH EXTRACTION JS AN "OPERATION" But quite the limit in Ihis gilded cage stuff came the other day in connection with the pretty Duchess of Kent. All ihe papers gravely announced i she ; .was going to a swank nursing home wlierc a suite of rooms had been reserved for her and filled with flowers. It was stated she was going to-undergo a dental operation.' : Tlie next day, 1 it was stated the dentist met her at the door wearing his dinner clothes. The next day it. was stated she had undergone the operation successfully and no iiulhcr bulletins would be issued. And tlie following day a society reporter told her anxious readers that the Duchess imd attended a ball looking none the .worse for her "ordeal." The, plain truth is lhat she simply went to a dentist to have a wisdom looth extracted. Now before her marriage to the Duke of Kent, Princess Marina, as she then \vas, lived with her semi-impoverished royal parents in Paris. They had to count Ihcir francs and centimes like a good many other folk in Paris. The chances are that in those days she could go to a denlis! without any bulletins being issued -on the slib- Jcct. All this fuss and feathers is not Ihe fault of royalty, it's the fault of Ihe keepers of the gilded cages. Bound By Tradition •k '' Matt • K .*. _ . * .. . • (AISK.) COUKIKB NEWS ng I" Cooler yosloixlay iitlamcxm. Miss . rh(> ' ., , Brooks' mother, Mrs. Unnic Btooks. ' el .l«i ,°",,- lcsl Cltl "l> was tits' Brooks' mother, Mrs. Umile Brooks,' c iJed I* slaying in Cooler with her sister, W | m ,i w Mrs. Daisy Rushing, while Miss ,,,' , ,„, Lorene Rushiinj is intending col - * tP(ic in Jonesboro. Jack Travis has relurncd .lo tea. cream, cookies C. , . . .• VH;ill BCIlgS wore Brooks and ju.nll «» , v Lowing of Stcele visited relatives kneeling ' nexl --- -....,., *>..» IL.VUI11MI \*.t Hint, Mich., where- lie Is employed niter » visit, licro with relatives Elvis McCiiiui. Clyflo Lovlngs. Virgil Fiindcrbink ami ciirls Wclntol! spent Tuesday ul Clurk- .on. Mo., on business. Demonstration Club News Notes iiilu the sildc.l cugp built for Ilicm by the (liiniiiici-y 01 undent tradition ..." delicious supper. following supper the grout) went to the home of Miss Nellie Mcclunahan where'a Mrs. business session was held. Gertrude McElvain, first vice- grcsident, had charge of the meeting, iu the absence of Miss Dollye Robinson. Cards were enjoyed after the business session. * * * Miss Sclma Cooperman will leavs Sunday for New York City where she will spend the summer visiting relatives and friends. Perry Coopcrmiin spent Tuesday In Memphis attending to business matters. Mrs. L. H. Schiill and daughter, Miss Edna Ann and. their guest, Mike Dorsey of Jefferson •City, Mo, spent Tuesday in Memphis. Mr. ^nd Mrs. Norman Nelson moved Monday of this week .to Oexter, Mo., where Mr. Nelson is employed: They will be permanently located there in the future. Joe Corbctt of Indianapolis, Ind., arrived Wednesday morning and .vill spend his vacation here with ilis mother, Mrs. W. W. Covhett Si- Joe had bene in Indianapolis for 'he past ten months where lie is employed. Mrs, j. c. Hill and children, Joe and Carol Jane, returned Tuesday from a weeks visit with 'relative's in Memphis. Her mother. Mis. A. Holden, acconipanicd her home and will spcndn several days here. Mrs. Lynn Smith and Mrs. J. W Corrlngtou left Wednesday morning for Arcadia. Mo., where • (hey will attend sessions of the Methodist Missionary Society Conference which is being held. there lliis week. Mrs. Smiili is president of the Methodist Missionary Society and Mrs. Corrlogton is doing work among the children of the church. 1' Clay 'i'lmiimiiH'iil Plans were made lor the presentation of the Demonstration ehibs play tournament to be held al Buittollc June 23 at a. meeting cf 25 members of Ihc Dogwood Home DemonslraUon club at the home j of Mrs. j. H. smart Jr. All mem- 1 licrs taking part, In (he plav arc iiskcd to meet at Ihc Dogwo:rt Hlrtgo S3hool Tuesday afternoon «t 2 o'clock. Roll call \vas answered by telling numbers of varieties cmniw) llik season. Mrs. W. S. Umgil;i) hlitl the largest number, having'ciimict six varieties. The meeting was called to onto by Mrs. D. Garrctt after n-hiol' Mrs. Smart gave the devotional Steelo-Cooier Society—Personal Hostess to J3ridffc Mrs. Hugh Miclitc Jr., was hostess to her Tuesday Briclgetecrs Chib- this week when Waeslcr was. a guest. The high score prize lingerie went to Mrs. Tom Lewis, low score lo. Mrs. Sidney . Miller Jr., arid bridge to Mrs. Glyiin White. Refreshments of phnlciUo cheese sandwiches, - - TAKE FOR MALARIA Get Relief From Chills and Fever! Don't put up wilb lerrible Malaria. Don't endure the wracking chills (Hid fever. i At first sign of the dread disease, take Grove's Taslolcss Chill Tonic. A real Malaria medicine. Made especially for Ihe purpose. Contains tasteless qmmdmc and iron. " Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic actual y combats Malaria infccllon in the blood. Relieves the awful chillf fast '• llclps yml iccl bc ' ic '' _.Tj; 0 ;isniids take Grove's Tasteless Chill Ionic for Malaria and swear by il. Pleasant tn take. too. Even umnrcji lake it without a whimper. Don't suffer and sufYer. At lUa- lanas first sign, U'.ko Grove's J'aslelcss Chill Tonic. Al all drugstores. Buy ihu large size as il gives you much inoro for your money.i Caruthersville Society 4- Personal , the Best, 2 Boxes . . 5c PINEAPPLE JumWy No. * Can , .......... ........... ........ ..... ~ ... 2 cans 25c SOAP P&GLar ge Bar, ......................... ;.- ............ .............. . ............ ... ................. 3 fw , lc i»alad Dressmg Blue Plate Made by "Wesson Oil People, 8 oz, 15c: Pints 25c. MACARONI OR SPAGHETTISnow White ....................... ....... 2 for 5c PICKLES Plain Sweet Green Beauty ... Ouarb ' \V-c PEARS Libby's No. 2^ Can.: ..... ' ...... ^^.^1^^ GBEEHi ? S Pasteurized Grade fi MilMoryoyr Healifa PEANUT BUTTER Johnson's High "Grade*!.!...,.. CRACKERS Sunshine Krispy TOILET TISSUE Baby Stuart .................. PORK AND BEANS Campbell's 16 Oz. Can PEACHES Libby ' s DeLuxe No. 2 J Can • ........ Quarts 20c 1 Lb. box 15c ... 3 rolls 19c .2 for 16c ca. 16c ....... COFFEE Chase and Sanbom "Dated" Regular or DripII 1 Lb. 24c IRISH POTATOES, Hew 0. S. Ho. 1 Red,10lbs, . ,29c fllkdanary Circle Mccls Mrs. Albert. Walker was u ^,~, to members of the Una Roberts Lawrence Circle of the Baplist Missionary Union at her home Monday .evening. Mrs. Irene Flippen had charge of the program, "Missionary- Education of our Young People", taken from Royal Service. She was assisted by Vrs. Ed Gaither who gave the devo-1 ticnal, and by Mestiames C/yde Bailey, Ora Lcdbetler, Virgil r/avis and S. C. Stephen. Mrs. Lydir. Sv- ' cnson presided during the" brief busjn.ess session. During th»' social hour the hostess served s&ndnich- es. pickles, macaroons ar.d a deli- '• cious fruit druik. * -* '* Gleaners Have Picnic Supper The Gleaners .Sunday. School Class of the Baptist Church of which Mrs. S. C. Stephan is teacher, entertained with a picnic supper at the church Tuesday evening. A variety of sandwiches, salads, relishes and cookies with lemonade was served early in the evening. Mrs. Francis Hodge, a • member, of the ctass, who is moving to Slcele soon, was honored with a handkerchief shower. Business and Professional Women Mel Members of the Business and Professional Womens Club met Tuesday evening at Frank'ic Kelson's place where they enjoyed a MILK Amboy 3'.large 19c; 6 small PINEAPPLE Ferndell Raggedy Ann Cubes No 2-Can BAKING POWDER K. C. 25 Oz. Can JUICE Welches ; J-. '• , m-YTHBYILLK d -eoaiPANY-S I' K C I9c - :..: ca, I8c :... ca. 19c — Pints 22c by "J Lco Ccll ? mi ">' (llfl <»eelln 8 Tucs- £!'" C """ 8eii """"' stales Agriculture «ml rlmenl in t^nniiig meats, iicivs corn, she lm<( will; hpr «' , '!"!".'! of K " Bllsl1 large Apple Pure Fruit .FRUIT PECAN BARS , fa 8c ^ Caramel Pecan R Honey Macaroon Layer Cake ea.. 2.3c.. Wheat Nut I.naf CABBAGE Fresh New Green ...:.... •...:.;...,,,.,. ALCOHOL Rubbing Compound .......:.... SPAGHETTI Franco-American.Can Readvin Serve 1 2 Lb. P 2 c Full Pint 18c Can 9c CHEESE Best Grade . Lb'19c BUTTER Brookfield LbV 28c OLEO Dixie ..I ;.- Lb;19c LARD Pure Loose Lb 9c B£EF ROAST Armour's Star Lb: 23c SPARE RIBS Lb. 13c BACON In Piece Kreys Lb. 2k VEAL ROAST Fore Quarter Lb. 16c BACON Sliced Rind Off .. Lb. 24c SCRAP BACON Lb. lOc c. t. JUNE ifi-17-li) GROCERY fif MAEKET We Deliver 104 g. Bivbioi, Street I'iioac, 181 |Hir|ios(.'s, the social hour, « answered uy ' demon- ton- received the pi-la), Ails-, colcnun , « vase. Mri,. wns wlmrci of tho bingo games. A r««KtJn K , v '«gtws ana Hpines' wns given uy Mrs Marvin l^iio mid "Puther's ReiponaiWIIty m the uon.iov was given by Mrs, . A, Payno. Refreshiiiciils of U.c cream and cake were Wi . C (! by | ilo JlC(i i wa llio .next ine<;tliig; ^m be R (, t), e hone of Mis. j, w, Uurfc, »lih M|s. J.-A. Puyno us io-hostci.s on H is iv B ood Wen ^ IUUIDM newt>- iw|>ws under ilbv'o ing(, nnd niul. IIIIBS s;o Hint the- dliL Ihnl tins Uiroush niivy 1» romovcd simply by chnngtnB tho no\vs»ii])cii,. / More Checks Arrive For Penwcot Farmers OARUTHERSV1LLE, Mo, Juno 16 -^rno county agfiif's <fflc« has received another group of checks for Penilwot cpuaity farmeu coowrat- bi» in the 1934 AAA Sail conservn- ts:n piogium, amounting to «247,000, Comity Afjent M D AnilHiigcy {.taled ^esleidtty, llicrc were in- chetta in the bimeh, Jsc'jnui Aboiit *7,000 of tlie lotnl was roi 1037 wil^kly |)ajmeiits, MI, AIU- burgcy staled Airtvul of tlil> gioiip of checks bilngs the totnl nmoiint l In imyincnt P.r 10- In tho 1035 toil conteiv.i- KIONElf TROBBLE To harmlessly flush* polsom iud neid frpm kidneys, and- relieve Irritations of bjadder sp that >ou can 6to|) "getting up nights" get" a 35 cent package of Gold Medal Haarlem Oil' Capsules and tak«'«s directed olher $5 interns cf kidney ami l)la,d<jcr \\rakucsscs may be scant, bmnlng 01 smarting passage—backache— leg cramps-i-puffy ejes Gel the oilginal GOLD The Rimil You'll Find Everything All of You Need Priced Less Than Elsewhere Set of ,1 Ti«s... In a Father's Day Gift Box! READY FOR GIVING...' It's hard to find a more useful gift for Dad . . . or one that will please him morel He'll like these rayon summer tics—Die way v tliey knot, and keep tlieir shape! Colors to go with all his suits" Bright Idea far Father's Da.// Men's Sport Sliiris dull "/n-onrf- t" Stx/o " M.ike sure gels al least one of.these ainart shirts! Super-cool summer weaves! Roomy sizes I New coat style that Dad can wear tucked T in his slacks, or liko a jackell Oxfords that end hot, uncomfortable feet with their ii r- cool ing perforations I Fine quality buck-like leather' that's easy' lo clean! In izes ranging'from 6 lo Jit p.: A Real Father's Day Gtill 'ffn-l-'n PoHernl 1 Compare 'the rayon and silk , with higher priced socks! Dark, v;hUe and ' Ay/ati Vain I' ' They'll kcfp you cooler wliclh'cr you wear them with or without a shirH Coltpn .twill. J4-20 Regularly 49cl We've cut ilie price noiy^. ; when you want extras ,'for •' vacalloiis. v/eek.cnds, and all summer! So take advantage of (he sayiiigo oh'llicsc all-silk lioso, and slock' up I The feet are'tiiViilily'rciri-: forced ..with .tpUdn,.- : ifo'f. miles of c.ilra wear. New auinincf shades. First quality. •. .:'.!^-^'>c-^<<-& ,c 98c/ Newest Sty Styled llke.niare'Mpensiye slib.c's,-' with, their brilliant'col- ored stripes and 'clever new t/inisl Coolwhita «iffl Flattering drapeif toe 1 You save at Wards!" ",':> Slips ' 'It Day o( The scll-s3,nc fabric used in-.'' $1 slips! Somo lavishly embroidered; others lace . trimmed. All reduced for' «2!£*i.njs. Bias cut. Res'/' mforced scamsT 32-41. : : . t Star: klip 'for Active Days I. Slnpcsl/Colored toes,, hcclsl Gay cuffs 1 Soli.d colors, too. Kino cotton. : Women's, Children's.* «««S^y^ .Jv^Kx 1 wimrnirt$ or Sunning t AWard Vahtl V ^^F'*" Wards "Deceiver." One oiecs with a skirt effect! Rayon satin v lastcx in lovely cplora. 32-40. CATAlOa ORDER SERVICE •btteg* you byer ICabpO ifems! 40G W. Wain SI.' Phon« 676

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