The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1930 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 20, 1930
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MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, io?,o BLYTIIEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS fer^ek Meet* Chk j education'ih Fraiiee. She happen? i oh th» fciiht that a tele was held ; in 11* Alton* opera houv for all , OreA contestants lor the national 1 beauty prlw. Seated In a box with her family and some girl trlends j Miss Allorf WM soutfhl out by p sculjuor friend of the family to step do** Irotn her box and enter py as those ijho arc protected i&d spired th? battle of life? lariiUy, ,sl>e liai had most, of IK* Do tliey nod law sonic of their soft charm . and beauty in the strain of laklfig men's places tn I he world? Do Iliey have leisure to Improve their minds and enjoy urt ;ind music? PACE.THRER th* competition. He had been ! Watching the' rcpo.-ie of this coinlnWoned, lie explained, to dc ] lovely girl. Ihe calm gaze of her a iiatue of the J>rhe »iniHT which I blf eyes. )«r keen interest In would become the Ooddess ol Lib- I (ireelan history, art. literature rixry 111 Ore«ce. a flijure thai j and rtrama and hearing her lnt*IU- would some day be Minified with j (jenl and fascinating conversatlou that country HR our own Ooddess ' makes one wonder If perlrnps she -' •"—•••• '- -'•' - —• is not rl«hf. Certainly wh&t the American college girls u> whom sjie lectures »1U learn about beauty from her is likely to make, them wonder If, aft*r uJl, beauty may of Ut*r»y is with us. He, coul, no; beaiMo use for his model (iny i one who'did uot represent Oreclai • Ideals as well as beauty. 1 WWt Ptire fn4rp*nfenc«7 • Always chaperoned wlit-rever i she goes, coming from u country ; ! where there Ls ho freedom for wo ! ', men In oUr sense of economic In- i dependence, Miss Diplaracos mar-1 vels at American womrJi. But" in , her heart of hearts sue must Vender U It Is worth whilt! for; In her excellent BijHsb, she asks .the | questions: > < Are independent women as hap- iCOATED TONGUE, DULL HEADACHE '•Ttftw to Take Black-Draught | And 1 Ik If," SayH 'This . Texas Luxora Couple Married Secretly a Week Ago UIXOKA, ARK.—Sunday after- noun, onoltfr 12. Mr*. Etta Sulder Jiwrr.itn Mid Mr, Odell Senlon were marrliii. '!;•<> marriagv teremuny »'to iHjfuinud by MHjhtruto Elliot Willhinis and was kept secret until jTMeutay. Mrs. Scaton luu liov for HLverul yi-ars and the gro.m lias rtoeiitly been dhchaiued iro.'n -he ;;avy, where he served for five yrars. 'flic couple will malte thctr nemo \n Luxoru 'where they art' ixch employed. H"K Ills nnuor, D«pper White nt Inil exhibited poor Unjlnff and slit- (•cl lib: ftriKi'r *lill« slloliiK » loniaio. j not bs- mure Hum sklu'deepl Fiend Courltr Mews Want Ads. MISSES AFTEE W.W« SANDWIOHEK HOANOKE. Va., (UP) — After sllcliipt a reputed 55.M7 tandwlches I" t. lunch-room here without cut- th.her dress, Alice'Dlplaracix;-upholds . the •.traditions-of .classic Greek beauty^ aa'this picture shcnrs. 'Her Parisian .gown oi wh'lte s».4b ,»hd : fricpe has Greek -inspiration In Us'line and feeling. An:! she prefirs the tradUloha(' head' basds of ancient 6re*ce to any modern hair oin»mehts.-.... .. . -..' • •'•..-• . '• • ... ..'...'•' Miss Europe 'Prefers Arts to Film Life use! 'ITiedlord's Blaclt-Dr^ught, In a family mwUcint;'tor many years, 1 ''-, writes Mre. J. W. Jitesriaw. 106 North Thirteenth Stres't; this ;city.' "My motlifr hbiifht BlAck-Oraught was 'the test medkilnB for general family i Ehe had • ewr tried. Sue 'gave t to her • children for all minor sucu as colds and coustl- j in America to lecture to women's 7 JTJUA MANSHARD NEA Stfrice Writer . colleges on the ne*. Benalssance of Greek culture -.that. is. immUifnt. in. the second place, though wimilng the; title of .'.'MH.'fiurope", Miss .Dlplarax*- his' niad« It- clear that' ; neither . she : nor. 'per family would e^'er 'perralt h*r. to sign' any' moyie ooMract; make any staji appearance. or 'do 'any' emioTiliij of ' this or that, fpr tj » st i but tlot .- consldeiatlan. x>^» .,„„.. •„• i, • —i --• .-»» ..^.st, though Ual- MBW. YOBK.—"Miss Europe"has :jng'frgm.'AU>ens where' old Greek; come to America for a visit. And did "more, to delebirate Use beauty Attertcan women certainly can of-nude figures than any other sin- K*rn»uty from her! • g> naiion ever hair'-'Miss "•—- ;i U fa L^ t ^ e - tWiiJs that,-lovely wu) ; hot CT«'nave-:tar;pie 1 AnoS pjjilaraeos, who was crowned e ri In a. bathtt^ stilt,: so'I "Mia »irope." will t«ll. American i y toes she) btliert'in^modesty a wofben are quite difltreat from the usual "secrets" ners tell.' that, beauty .win- a feminine yu-tue. enigma : has all thi grace and classic • features' of th ope believes. In the first place, Greek statue? 'of old. She' is 19 th^t there can be no real beauty, a- prodigy in' her studies arid has ap^rt from culture. Hers is a clas- been graduated'- from .the •': Sor education, she speaks f our., bonne and is now : studying-advanc knows and appreciate-, ed literature there'.;-- -/• ":• Born • in'Athens, .of.--a. .wealthy "Of recent. j-eats I have Miktn Black-Draught .whenever. I naeded a medicine .for constipation. Sbiree- limts 1 suiter from spells of- bll- ^u&oett and UidlgesUon. When I up In tlie.womtos.I ain. dizzy, ?B a dull beatlache,. my'tongue is"coaUd and t nave a'bad taaw in my toouth: -When I fed like'.this i : taow It k time for me; to take a! count of Black^Draiight,' 'and I do it. B ii astonishing bow much better t -feel-'iftenrardsl'tl' .have more energy and . feel • more 'like MIDDLETOWN, N. Y, (UPI — Thomas L, OILsOri, 35, Is spehdjni; I 15 tlnys in county jail following his ! conviction on a charge of deiiiol- I Islilni; «» Ice box In his homit with j » slutge hammer. . 1 Mcllo-Glo Prevents Shiny Nose The skin of youth 11« lii every box of nei' wonderful MELLO-dLO Paco Powder. The purest powder made—Its color Is passed by. the U. 3. Oovefiiment.. No pastiness, flakiness or Irritation. A new French process makes It spread more smoothly and prevents largo pores. No more shiny noses—it stays on [o:n;er. Use MELLO-GLO. KU'by Dr«« Co.—Adv.—No. 13 A THREE DAYS' YOUR DANGER SIGNAL Couglis fum roW» mjy |nd to te, rEoUb tronljlc. Vim can |ID[> them nuiv uhh Crcoinuhion, an ciuuUllit<1 fco^le lli.u H pleaunt "t^ '.tike, Ci.'nniulFirtn is » medical ilh'covciy witli lu'u-fulil action; it »oolhe« «nd lit-als llic iiillamnl memljrintt'ajul In; liililis perm B'"»tli. Of all l>nov»n ilru^ crujwte l» rec- n;ni«-il b) lil-li iucilic»l iulL(jriiif» n» one of the K"'3teM healing agenclft for coughs fn>:n i-ulil$ inil hronchlil iirlKtkint. Crruiuiilbion containi. In to irenwie. otlwr tlenientj wlick woihe and hot tlie infidnied m«mbran<« anil Mop tlie Ir- ' ritaliun, ulillc ilie cceowlc go. 1 * on ti>~ the siomich, i» aliioikJ jntg At blood, tiitcks iLe teat of tlie ttoul.le •M^ diti-la ite growth of ihe (ecm«.' Creomulsion it guaripiltcj Silisfac- tory in the treatrhwil of couglu frou • c«Mi,' bronehiilt anci minor forma ol- • bronchial Irritatloni, »nd k f\«llen[-- for liuilclinn up Ibe cyitein after c-gUi or flu. Money refuiUcJ If not re. licKil afttr taking acc«ding to dlroc- " tions. Ask your_driif|Ut. (id».) «...<>.,». iw nitinjfc, UHM.-I BCIIU1K (IUII8. ASK VOUf drLJEKm lid/ f CREOMULSION THE COUGH FROM COLDS THAT HANG ON dolnj . toy ^-ork. . ;.'-Blarl;-pramght Ls a great, medl- cuia'fo o kfp{j»j person In. trim. . I ifteTv}' If to 'others 'because: 1 ; H : 'a«S 'good." : : '."-' ' fquhd . - : qf«et' art and civilization/ and Is V Jor Conttipaiioti Indigestion. Biliousness vor^ public utility, is ; tied up -ivitij' ih&.'futiirp of .the '• : •• . - .- i .- .-.. '. ' -, ' .«!•-« : in- which it operates'. . It must grow if the community is to grow,. and thfe coihmunity must Krb'w it' Hit b'ght and power company is to grow. Unlike ordinary enterprises, a, public utilitj' can-. not stand 'still. . • /As a matter of fact, the public utility, grows &i a gier.ler rate tlian the community, for a larger liiid larger- proportion of the peoply use ita ser-vice and become dependent upon it. Those who are using -the service are making constantly increasing demands upon rt High quality Jectric light and power .service, rendered at reasonable rates, attracts .business and industrj' to a community, and new business and new industries bring increased population and prosperity for the entire community, including the public utility. This f* why we are constantly striving to itn- prove our sen-Ice and reduoi our rates. It may wound B«lfi-sh, but it's true. It's just good buaJ- Arkansas-Missouri Power Co. "At Your Service* 500,000 Women have learned Art of From Nationally Famout Expert '^ij;,:'.-' on Home Economics and Domestic Science And Now ... NEWS famous iMitrer to come to Blu~ '.••'.'•• •','•".•' : - . ' '•'•" ' "•' ' '•' . ' *~* tft&ille and conduct a School At the City Hall Auditorium Commencing November 18th, and each afternoon through : "' '~* j ~ ^ Friday, November 21st. These lectures are absolutely Free. Attend each one and bring a notebook. 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