The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 21, 1938 · Page 3
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MONDAY, MARCH 21, loss BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.* COURIER NEWS Tlid Their Beauty but the Judges Exposed It Her Royal Highness Is "Scene Stealer" Among British Royalty By N'KA Service l.ONnON.—Her llovnl lilulnious, tlie bonny Ductless of (jlouccslcr. Is tlie champion "scene slealer" of ilie ^Brllish royal family. f In fTn»liiiul. 01 fioiirso. Kim; \fieor»e VI and Queen Elizabeth are.'the ulilcial '"slurs." The,have liecn quietly n.sd steadily growing in popular ippre:lall-,n line' in the fjirnesi manner in which they have performed their jobs. The new King has noun or tlie much-touted "charm" of the Dnkc of Windsor, and due to a defect in speech, he cannot put over n speech as well. But the Kin<> and Queen are warmly received wherever they GO. As If lo show lhi> sol'-'n-itv "f ithe roynl family. Queen Mary, the Duke and Duchess of Gloucester, and Die Duke and Duchess of Kent arc appearing hi public more frequently than ever before. They can have no kick coming on Ihe heartiness of tlieir receptions. Kiiij Not Photogenic Hut when it conies to the movies —that's another story. Films of Ihe King usually seem to give him a pallor and a sickliness of feature that Is really not his. Also being King, and so somewhat camera- conscious, lie usually presents a dignified front. The Duke of Gloucester does not smile easily. The Duke ^•of Kent Is ft poor speech-maker. «•• TJiere is .something' school-boyish • N "bout his delivery in the talkies. It's in the movies that the little Duchess of Gloucester steals scenes from Ihc rest of the royal cast. The main reason is because she is totally camera-unconscious, She doesn't pose. She doesn't act. She Is simply herself. There Is a Broleh downriglitiicss about her. when, as Lady Alice Montague Douglas Scott, daughter of the seventh Duke of Buccleiich. she was engaged lo the royal Duke and was In London for the ranking of fier trousseau, she shocked the snobs more than, once. Thus one day the photographers actually caught her striding along Bond street carrying a package under her arm. "One doesn't!" "One shouldn't!" But she did! There was something she wanted immediately, so with real simplicity she saw no reason why she should not tuck it under her arm nnd go home.with it., . .* Simplicity Wins 1 It's-' Ihal same simplicity and J^laturalness of manner which is winning her a special comer in PAGE THRJBK Spring Style Sony. f''ro... 1'iin's Has Hij"li.NoU:s j HV MlltlAM VOllNCi ' NBA Service Stall' (Virrespomlnil NHW YOHK.-H's nut mi msv I rich, l)ii[ ((ley (In It! Tho spnnj, fashions nf i sun ismimisi' lo cum'., bine I'.xciTilhiK trlnmess with rns- imlnt's.-,. Ami there is .sunii>l)ilii|> of this type (,f M ,it vwry Iliiiiir, ri'- jjanllr.-.s ,i| n,,,.. i Suits :„-,, lilishliuhted. but (he ' return ,if (;«• separate lonu mill , Is un fVriit. alter s ( > ninny .season'; | of 'licgleci, !.'„!• || u , woman Jusl raimui .SIT herself In ,t this Is as SOIHI. who Mill, news, espc-c'ltillv fnll Ing lieauly queens of the 15th nnniial Midw-sl j )cilllly - IVft( | e Khm . ,„ chic!1KO to pick their women first and make 'em beautiful afterward. So they .selected the'thr Ui top fur their "hidden beauty and personal charm." Then the experts went 10 work you t-ce the fame girls after their "hidden beauty" had been brought Into the open At A.'ice Gnllitic-t, 20. Eleanor Kowalewskl, 20, is at right. And Shirley Mathea, 18, center. to be the "Hidden Ueaiity Queen." decided "ce feirls lit MM below the left Is turned out the hearts of the plain folks. r\>r Instance: Ihe scene—a movie house. 'Jlie picture—a iiewsrcel showing the doings of the royal family. The King is in town, so are Queen Mary and the Kents. There is mild applause. Now conies a picture showing the Duchess of Clou(.ester launching a British war vessel. She does not look at the camera. She looks at one of the directors of the shipyard and says 1 "What do T do?" Mrs. Eula Howell Dies At Ho meOf Her Son Mrs. Eula Howell died at the home of her son, E. A. Howell. in the Little River section, Sunday afternoon, at 5:',10 o'clock. She was S!) years of aye. The remain.; were taken to Holly Springs. Miss., wiierc funeral services were held this afternoon with the Rev. Paul Johnson, pastor of .. .... w ^.,. , 11 v , i tut: ivu v. I ilUI ulJllllMIll, pJISlOl 01 He tells her lo lake n mallet and a Baptist church there, officiatine '".!'. ".block which, when moved,] Mrs. Howell, who lived In will start the ship down the ways 'o Ihe water. county for the past ten years, became ill from a congestive chill With all her little might she hits ; Monday and her condition became lie block u hefty wham. With an serious several days prior to her anxious smile, she asks whether j death. it was all right. Then, as the ship] She is also survived by seven ;ver so slowly slarls to move, she other sons and daughters, Roy, ''.ills out her gloved hand as if to j Curtis, Lay ton. Lester and A. Q. Jive it nn extra shove. . all of the Little River. section and . . an Result: the movie crowd roared Mrs. Evelyn Uuiiey and Mrs Lll- its delight.. - The Siamese farmer ercts a cliariii hi bis- grain field to keep bad spirits away from the croi>s. lian Mayer of Holly Springs. Holt Funeral home was in clmrgc of funeral arrangements. ' '" Ballot Fraud Explained In Ancient Greek Days BERKELEY, Cal. (UI'i — Even American guiiKsters owe a debt ol gratitude to classical Greece which they have never lulwitinteiy recos- I'.iwd or paid, according lo Oscar Uioneer, professor of cla-.sical I literature at Ihc Unlver.-;:!,' of I California. , Any idea A merlon',; cm^land . nmy have thnt H oriijlnalod the "fmmc-iip." Brotitcr divmrcd, are j entirely disproved by recent findings in Greece. These consist of 190 ille ballots used in votiUR tin-re and which .show that they had linen 'ampcr- cd with lo bring about flic ostracism of Thcmislocles. : On many of them the -vords "be' | gone" which would correspoiul to j the-American phrase of "get out" were, written alter his name, cvl-' cleiiUy for the puvjiase of helping the voter to mnke up his inliul. of novel details nml me i;uy "ill two-coloied nmibtmiilons or ilm- lerlhi; in .soft pastels. • Then- me a niunbi'i 1 of siill ' styles lu choose from, The limit: ' jucktl. either \vrlsi or llni'.'rllp ' lenijth, Mildly Ittlfd tlmmiih lhe I waist mid hips nnd nfipi, fiisleiied with n /ipiu-r. Is I be newest. Tlie ! struiijbi, box Jacket, also of vnry- hifi Ifiiuths, Is also new and both llie.'e vie ivlth the mure ditsslnil luxulii. or Mii> Jackel wllh u Ilui or (iiiitd bastiue, for favor. Skirts lire almost as varied. There [s the swlnnli;n, ull-plvnli.'d -skli i -• urcQixleon or box-plcalcd— wlilc:) is very hiird to resist because it (s so youthful, but which Is full of pitfalls for the tniwuiy for Mils very reason. Only (he sllimui'sl, lon|>.|eyyi!(l lye can wear n skiit like tills well. i There sill! remain the straight, lioiidkslliii skirls which are. however, wide enough lo walk In, thanks to cleverly concealed plcals and the slightly limed typ L .. Lcniilhs are also a matter of In- J dividual adjustment, and while i Ihere Is u tendency to shorter 5klrt.v still (hey vary from twelve 10 fourteen inches friini the vroutul. Rabbi Pollack Is To "Discuss Novel "Mother" The liabbt Herman pollack will discuss the novel, "Mollier", by Sliolcm Astrh 111 the Temple Israel Tutwdiiy night ut 8:(IO o'clock for the uioiilhly book review. This took bus been designated us worthy of the Ncbi'l prlxe In literature bcciiuse of Us graphic portrayal of Ihc forces shnplng modern family life. An invitation lo (ittenil this review has been extended to everyone. sTbc bodily U>nipcrnlnrc of a person living In the extreme cald of the fur north Is almost iilenll- eal with thnt of one who reside;! In the steaming tropics. Chronic Heart Victims Warned to Avoid Worry CAMlllflDCIU, Muss. (Ul'l— Fvnr and worry may make "cardliic cripples" ui persons suffering from chronic hean trouble and who with proper cnif, couhl live ID yenrn or IIIHIV, ummlliijt lo l)r. Ih'rrmiin llliiiniitii'l. llmviii'd nssorhitB pro- lexsiir of Lnrdliiue, "Tii usi' (he paraUle of the nnlo- iiH.hlli'. (hero uuiy be knock'; inul nHU'iiks In |lu> eiigiiit', but used tUsi'i'celH anil skilfully, II may provide enllii'ly iuli'<|iiale service lo Its i.vi'ni')' lor iiiiinv y«tr«, and uuiy artuiiHy survive many mure suiijolh- ly J'liiinliiij eii'dnes snbji"jlt'd In rivkless iibusf." I lie dnetin said. IlKMiise fear and worry iivur ml- lu.r ailments may lidul | u icimlyx- heail muscles, so-ciillt-tl "cnrd'la- bv iviill^lii" Ihal Ir, constaiil eiire ""'I '"'"l''i llvhvj Ihi.y may outlive their vtnueiiipdrarles. Students Protest Order To Rename High School CGI.DMniA. s. C. (UI').-Ooluin- Ui!'-)Hi;li 'schtitil .s'ditlinil.s have Is- fiii'il an "orderly prolest" a«iiliisl ehiuiBliiB Uie 11(11111; of their school lo "Johnson ll]|;h Sehool." ' Tile city. school boiird voted to fhnnijt' Uie whool'.s inline lo donor llavio llaiicrofl Johnson, Colinn- M».'s llr.sl whiiol Miperlninidciii. rtlnidst. Immtdlalely. the stuilents walled. "Tin; slutleuls feel," 1'rliielpn) j.; II. Crow said, '•(hut. Uielr lilgh EcllODl llll.s OblnlilMl ||jj Imdltloll mid |iifsline uiuliir Ihe present mime, and they wnut l() ke(1|) lt TIKI, they want 'Columbia llluli School' wrlllen on their illploums." Dog Takes Possession Of Van Bound for Pound CAHMKI,, pn. mi')— rt fcriKloiis shepherd do.; turned the tnbles on Wiilt Ijeimett ami Sid Wilson ihlvers of (he don pound wngon lor |lie .society for (lie I'lcvwillon "t Cruelly to Animals. Wilson noiiml the doj{ on die Miwt and opened ihu cab duor of Ihc WAKUII, ivhcrnipoii the duj; )uiii|ii'(l In with such ferocity Ihal ( Hie lii'o men Jumped oul, sliinuiiliia ' i he door behind ihem, and leaving i the dug In possession of (he driver's M':it. Tin; dO( kepi Ihe l vo un>ii I at bay for an hour belore Uiey sue- i imrrti'd In netting It to reheat. ] Giiii|iowder Cans of 1812 j Found in Old Building ! 1.KWKS, Del. iUI')-|.',)iir t>iin» i bcllcvt'tl Iti have hcl.l gimiiuwder I (Kill lo defend Ihls «l,| seacdiist I l»',vh from u Ih'lllsh Navy itllack t (liirliill (lie War of IHI2 hnvi; brcn j dl.'cnvercil In the unused lull of a j hunse Mruck !)>• Knjlliih canuiin- I balls ilui-hijj Uic biiiubUnlijicjil. Till 1 cans, presenTd by red pnbil, H'i>r<! itiiirkcd "nciid .Slioi Kim r.iiwdcr, l>()li<-r and Tolinun, 2.'(.'< Slati' Htrecl. iloslon." Til:; shlniiH'il ilwrlllnjj in which llicy were found wus built prior lo 171)7, bin still Is In » jjoikl .Male uf j,rcs- erv'iillon, The ully Him covcrliirj Ihc skin Is toiisciied ami broken down Inlo miiiuli' ulobiilcs by soap lullicr, which .suiroimds dirt pmilcles, l»- cl'.Hillll! IJcnns, so Unit Ulty |»|iy be carried away by rinsing. Borough Officials Take Economy Pledge to Heart OLASSUORO, N. J: (UP)-alass- uoro borough ollii-lah were elected on mi economy platform nna hc- Hevc In keeping Lliclr campaign I'ulralinaii Oscar Harper was Imiisfi'iTKl to the lilshwny dcpart- incjit nboiil .Inn. l, ami Council- imin Edward Johnson, elmlrmmi i'f tlii! ixjllcc' committee, delayed iilil'.nlmmcnl of u successor for ninny wiMtks until u mnti could Ire I'uiiKl who could wwir /InrpDr's iiMllonn. 'I lie niilionn (IttPd Mul- H.KI l(llJl)J) mill IlL' j;0t [lie- jot). Una courier NKHI Wwit Ada FISTULA Every pf-rscm scifferliiu from PIs- tuln. I'lk'S or oilier rcclnl trouble Is ni'iii'd to write the Tliomlaii & Minor Clinic. Suite )U1D, U','0 Mc- tlre Kt., KniiEns City, Wo., for their five Ixwk which (.xpliiliu ivhnl coinpllnilloiis limy develop if llic-si' tmidirraus afflictions nn< ni'ulticlril. This vnhmWi! book has nmi prcpnrcil by spcclnltsls on ri'clnl nmi culonlu diseases nml Klvwi full (It-mils of the mild Thornloii .,V Minor meltiods Ijy which more than 48,000 patients IIKTO limi (rented in die pnsl un yt'iir.i. Read Courier rlew» Want An* Read Courier News Want Acls. "You're kaown as a great Camel smoker, Mr. .Shaw. Are they rea|ly so different from other cigarettes?" "Yes, Ben, I ihink ihat Camels are a lot different. Tim's why they're the racing Olivers' favoiite cigwellc. You see, a cigarette lias lo have somciliing ouc of the ordinary to score such a hit with fellows like us. As I always say, arc so many things lliat mean a great deal in smoking. One big angle tliat carries weight witli me is that Camels agree mil, me! I've smoked a good many thousands of Camels in the past 10 years, so I know that from experience." record-smashing auto racing driver to BEN G. WILBUR,'radio announcer "Camel is the ciarclto that with me — the cigarette $50 Reward Tlio citi/ciiH of Joiner will |)iiy it rewiml of $50 Tor Die recovery of Jiunes Slalon's' 'hotly. J!\MICX was drowned in Hie J\lisKi.ssi|)[>i Kivur, noiir Osceoln, :March 2 1!W8. If found NOTIh'Y S. K. HAHKISON, JOIN UK, AHK. or Cull I'himr Nil. 10-]-'-:i2 'that lels me enjoy smoking lo the full!" PEOPlt 00 APPRECIATE THE COSTLIER TOBACCOS IN CAMELS "KOODL1NG" out a problem in autodcsign. And getting in a bit of smoking, doing ii. "Camel's the mild cigarette," Shaiv says. SHAW is saying how important healthy nerves arc to a racing or driver. "The fact that Camels don't get on my nerves scores a big hit nith me," he points out. "IT'S YOUR MOVE, Guhlcen," says Wilbur to Mrs. Shaw, his checkers partocr. His own move is to light up a Cimcl—"for digestion's sake." COMING NEXT MONDAY E-D-D-I-E C-A-N-T-0-R!! Amtiicj'sRrt^run-mjkcrandpcticinjIiiybroiiclit (o yoii by Camel cigarette*. I;vcry Monday at 7:30 pm F..S.T., 6:30 pm C.S.I".. H: jo pm i\f.5.T., and 7!jO pin P. S.T., over Columbia Netwotk, And-Nexf Tuesday (March 29) BENNY GOODMAN THE "KING OF SWING" Ileirihe great GooJtnin Swing Banil "no to town " IvciyTufsJiy at iliii ntu'limi—Viio pm K.S.T.. WO pm C.S.T., 1:1,0 nm M.S.T., <nj 6:1(1 pra r.6.1., over Colitmbi« Nnwotlt, Camels are a matchless blend of liner, MORE EXPENSIVE TOBACCOS -Turkish and Domestic "Camels are preferred by the tobacco growers, who know leaf tobacco from the ground up" according to the observation of tobacco planters themselves "I'VE I!ERN planting tobacco snys Harry ('. KiiiK, a aticceasf nl (,'rower. "Came! . bought the choice lots of my last tobacco crop-paid more for my best Jen f tobacco. So I kno\v they use finer, more expensive tobaccos in Camel ci«n- reilcs. Thai's one nii^hly Kood reason \vhyniyciKaretteis Camel." THOMAS MIDDLETON nnd liis twin brother James have been growiiijftobacco for 14 years. "The Camel people bought $~ up my best tobneco C last year," Tom Midtllcton snys. "They have for 12 years. When anyone talks about finer, more expensive tobaccos, that means Camels lo me. I smoke 'em-iiiy brothel- smokes 'cm-ami so tlo most of us around here who yroio nml /;now tobacco." "DOWN AT TIIK lobacco warehouse they lohl me- they'll never seen liner vi^jj^K\\ lobacco than my *"** N last crop," says J. K. Jenkins, veteran tobacco grower. "Camel bought nil the top grades. It just shows that the Camel people make sure lo get the choice lots of lobacco. I prefer Camels every lime. I know what those finer, more expensive tobaccos in Came! cigarettes mean to smokers." He installs your telephone the day because management said, "Let's put telephones in at the convenience/ // BETTER nnd belter telephone service, ot lower cost to the user, Jias been for years tlic goal of die men who'head the telephone company. Their efforts, linked with those of every olher telephone worker, have brought this result, among others: today most new telephones are put in the day yon need them. In 19J6 II took 10 dayi lo get a telephone a(fet yog • oid«r«d II. To Jay 98 oulol every 100 010 Inilalled th« • day cuitometi need them ,., uiually the nt»» day. SOUTHWESTERN BEU TELEPHONE CO.

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