The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 27, 1939 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO Si i mm, is • JLYTHEVILUB, (AUK.) COURIER NEW* Exercise Gets The Job Done Says Go'After That "Wasp Waist" With ing Exercise SlenderJt- f By ALICIA UART NEA SaiTicc staf! v.'iilet While ctfr.wt dtsigners liuve been busily crcatinj (ounilatlai. garments to make (he waistline appear mu:h smaller thiw It actually Is, beauty experts have been Just ss busy creating-exercises to make the ivitlstline so, small that new corsets will not have to be Jaced so lightly into interfere with normal breathlnj In <llier. words, siilons of bodv sculpture and various lienlth farms advise us to achieve n natural figure which will conform to the new Mairifaoclier silhouette. And then, If wo li'xe, to dramatize ftir- flier our new, but natural, figure by wearing <ne of the widely- touted, laced corsets. They are opposed to.laoinj a thick waistline into a bbnecl corset. Slim down y:ur waistline firat, is their Idea, then wear n corset only if you want to. .To liendcrize the waistline, here ere tome expert exercises recommended by a trail-known expert: "Do the 'f:imdRtlon' exercise first," he advises. "Lie flat on your back with hands (palms down) at sides. Keeping knees rigid, stonily r.iise legs until they are perpen dlcutar to your body. Lower just os Eicwly. Kepcnt ten times." After the "foundation" exercises, repeat this routine ten times: If you do not have n wheel which you can nail to the wall of ycuv garage or playroom, plant an imaginary wheel on the wall and, pve- tendinj to grasp the spokes with ait stretch eel arms, roll,the-boi)y to the left until you can led n decided pull through the midriff. Reverse, roHlug to the right as far as possible. No«- stnnci erect with feet slightly apart. Raise the right leg backward, keeping knee straight, head up arms outstretched in the direction of the Itfr. Return to position. Repeat, stretching left iej backward, keeping head iiu, knee straight • BEEP BREATHING STRENGTHENS WAIST ' Also to strengthen sagging waistline muscles, stouci against a wall before an open window, inhale cieeply, raising hands behind head anti contracting abdominal muscles Hold y;ur breath ns lorij ns possible-, then . exhale slowly, lowering arras to sides. Repeat 20 times. Finally, He an'yoiir Back on the floor with arms cutitrclche'd nt shoulder level. R 3 i. sc legs, keeping knees rigid and hips in place, then let legs fall slowly lo the right (hen to the left. Alternate this movement 20 times. Tcxans Found To Be f Oid Spain AUSTIN, Tex. tUP) _ A Vccord showing (hat 400 Texans are tie- scendarits of the New World's Spanish nobility has been uncovered by a research librarian at the University cf Texas. A certified copy of a decree issue:! by King Philip V of Spain In 1740, signed by the Spanish viceroy in Mexico City, designated (he la original families of San Auto- nlo nnd their descendants "rr- ever to be landed noblemen of the kingdom of Castillo." The s»n Antonio group, named "ixs i s i c . isos," were 15 families that came to san Antonio, then in Mexico by way ot the Canary islands. Miss Esther Perez Cnrnjat cf •San Antonio, president ot "Los Isicnas," said that about 400 known descendants of the original faniiiifs are livins. The Perez family. !i:\vcvcr. is reportedly llic only cue ahose name remains distinct today, Tlie "first families" ol Sun An- lomo organized in 193! and meet m the govsrn.T's palace at (hat 1 cny each .March 3, date of the 1 WEDNKSDA V, SKl'TEMBEJ{ 27, 193'J NS Home FURNISHINGS Moderately Priced arrival ofilieir forefathers. Tiio topy of (ho 200-ycnv-old decree of uoblHly was' f-und among Hie 200,000 pages of manuscript.? and printed matter In the University of Texas Latin-American collodion, much of which Is untranslated. The original <l<eti- ment 1ms never been found librarians said. The copy in the Texas collection was m'nric in I80S at San Antonio, lo be kept on file in that trim's archives. The. archives coilecSlon wrts transferred to the university by Bexor county commissioners In Presents Commission ..-. - To Mrs. J. A. Saliba Mrs, J, A. Saliba, Wcrthy Matron or MIC lociil chapter of the Order or the Eastern Slnr, was presented a commission by Mi 3 , Mnrln Nott- oiiscli, Worthy Qrond Mntron cf Missouri, nl a meeting inst nlglit, Mrs. Halite will iw grnnrt rcim-1 scnltitlvc of Missouri In the Ark.in-' sns Grand Chapter of Order of tastem Stnr. Visitors nl the meeting ucra Mrs Geneva Fowler cf Wilson, district flepiity, Mrs. Irma Bandy, Worthy Mdlron or Osceola chapter, mid Mrs. Stevens and Mrs, Schooler of Osceoln. Refreshments were served dlirinp the scclal liotir whlcJi followed. UOLDJfiVER^TTIJNG fiClyde Lewi The steel Industry spends proxinuitely $10,000,000 (i year in research wort:. 2-Piece, good $< quality tapestry 2 pc Velvet Suites $39.75, $48.50 up AUTOMATIC OIL HEAT WittiNcwColemanOil Heater "Congratulate me Oll my lirsl nrrcsl, Hie worst doorbell rit.ger on iirgr-l'vc colf-irc.1 ' l."AlL-OVEfl" CIRCULATING HEAT 2.FAST WARM-UP RADIANT HEAT Floor Coverings QUAKER per Sf(. Yd. STANDARD per S<;. Yd. HOW00 YOU UO IT BIU? VOUVE MAO£ MORE PR06aE5<; ONE HONW THAW V CAff - ' "W It/AVf Mane IH nfttifORH MY • .mrJLVW"- tiORMA(.PCi> A HO EffWSY f hem -ever- ot fo buy end to run! At :r,1ay's much lower prices, iho O-K Oil Futnacn cosia no mom buy than j-ouM ordinatily ior au'omalk hen. The new furnace is smaller. U coils /eas Vo run, Why go ihrough another win. t«r nnhout th« csira comfort of mpney-snving G-E Heat? LET US QUOTE PRICES mid energy,s due to simple a "''«• » condition resulting from iron deficiency in the blood. Bargon, the.famous touio with ENJOY THESE FEATURES- i- I.cvcl, Uniform Heat Output * Automatic Fuel Control * Automatic Draft Control * HEATFLOW Super-Circulation Design * Heat Fins That Boost Air Flow * Silent, Economical Operation ^T Heat Reflector Doors . T»r Beautiful Design, with Flame Jewel . . •. ,.Window CoJenian's "Forced" Warm Air 12\-ens Tcmpcrjitures—Heals More Kooms— NO KANS!~N« Electricity!—No Movinjj 1'nrts!—yot the FORCE which sends billowing volumes of warm air out of the Coleman nnd through your rooms will amaze you! Coleman Q|[ HEATta STOVES-RANGES No. 18 Shcel Iron Heater §1 '•>% No. 20-22 Sheet Iron Heater 51 g (; No. 22 Sheet Iron Heater ['.'.'. 51 '.. !( j No. 2-I-2G Sheet Iron Heater 527,] No. 2'10-2-t Arctic Cast-Ocor & Top .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. ^(U), No. 22 Comfort Combination Heater Siu'as All Cast Ciinncn Healers $7^5 ( 0 g-)2 75 No. 18E Coles Genuine Hot Blasl .. ' ' srm All Cast Ranges " ' ' S29 VjigsJ 75 Full Porcelain, Special """' %u»' 7 - Latmdry Heaters §3 'pS-S-l y'l _Sce Ottr QJJ R tlngt:M _ Tncv i^t^j^'mlV 12 fl. Wide Quaker per ft 12 ft. Wide Standard per fl 72* Also in 6 x 9 ft. widths 57' 47' Compare These Prices with Other Cash and Carry Prices. 3x12 Quaker Rugs. . . . .$6.75 12x12 Quaker Rugs . . S10-95 12x15 Quaker Rugs... $13 75 9x12 Standard Rugs $3,95 Iil)Y YOl'K RUfiS and Kl,OOR COVERING'S FROS1 THE STORE THAT SEIJ-S MORK AHiMSTHOJN'O'S PRODUCTS THAN ANY OTHER STORE IN ARKANSAS.'. 12x12 Standard Rugs. . $7.95 12x15 Standard Rugs . . $9.95 9x12 Light Weight Rugs. . $3.45 CHAIRS & ROCKERS Cane Chairs 78c—Best Grade 98c Cane Rockers. $1.96 to $5.45 Special Upholstered Rockers $3.95 AIANY, MANY other items which wo cannot list— Make Ihis STORE your Store—and wive. Every Day a Sales Dav, KITCHEN CABINETS SPECIAL—Fully equi^ed—Stainless Porcelain Movable lop-sifter—Glassware—Your Choice of White trimmed Black & Red. for ;i iimiicd time, only .'....:...... Others $14.95 to $69.00 ROOM FURNITURE PC. poster suile, (ri- mirror, ! tlrjivver vanity Never Such Values Offered Here •i pc. Modern squurc mirror one drawer vanity, I drawer chcsl These arc regular S25.75,suites, hul for immediate delivery we. ; will nell a few ;it this price. 3-Piccc Modern and foster Suites, Best Values $28.95 - $29.75 — up lo $97.50 BEFORE YOU BUY—SEE THESE SUITES MATTRESSES and SPRINGS RE Mattress $2,95 @0 POUND H ? LT MA1TRBSS Heavy Cover—is])ccial Ib. Plated Battress . $4,95 Heavy Coil Spring.... $3,45 Coil 8|>riit!> on frame, Uxl'ni Value., Get your {all requirements of Furniture at this stirc at prices lower, in many instances, than we have ever offered. Remember that there are going to be steady increases in prices of most commodities, because of many factors entering into the manufacturing processes.

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