The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 8, 1937 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 8, 1937
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SATUBDAY, MAY 8, 10S7 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS mm. y Puts Strain on Pockefhooks of British Nobility PROOF TO HABCOCK ........ uv n. i/. ri:i«:y United Tress Stall' Correspondent LONDON (UP)— Dressing up for King George's Coronation May )'2 will be expensive, price lists issued by court tailors and jewelers reveal. Tiie lowest price of a duke anil duchess— and that would enta',' mock ermine on their robes— will he approximately $600, and if [hty want lhe bcsl, Ihelr outfits will cost $1.000. For (hose who fire not entitled lo wear any kind of uniform, and there are relatively few such in Britain,, the prescribed velvet court dress, complete willi swore! anil cocked hat. can be bought for about $150. other uniforms and robes range between these two ex- tri'im-s. 'rinccss Elizabeth Will Wesr Coronet UINCESS TO WEAK LONDON (U!>)—Princess LJIlz- d)Hli. Hie lirsl female luir o UijtaSu's throne to see her jarcnls crowned, will wear u ninialure velvet robe of peEr- rank for Ihc Coronation, May 12, complete with a little coiunct being made especially or licr. 'Th'. cosluinc v, ! II! have a modified train, a liny kirlle of iciulet velvet and a cowl of ermine. The robe and train .ihorlcncd fo that a Mule girl ol 10 can handle il, will bc edged in ermine. Except for Ihc length of Ihc train, lhe princess' costume will be a replica Jf those worn by women. Jl will be the first time Princess Elizabeth has won coruul IIe»s is being made light and simple. Dcnealh Ihc robe and kirlle she will wear a frilly white hi^h-waisled tiress. ' She wil wear lonp. while gloves, whlli slipp:rs and white stockings. Lobster a la Mocle "for Mrs. Simpson A gown the acquaintances o( Mrs. Wallis Warfield Simpson will eye hungrily is a Schispa- relli creif.ion of while mousscline on the skirt of which is emblazoned a liuge, realistically brilliant lobslcr thai extends from waistline almost to tlic hem. The crustacean is garnished with stray flowers. Tiic bodice molds . the figure, has a daring decolle- tage and is joined to the skirl by a wide band of lobster red satin. Vary in Price Coronets vary considerably in often been Uic deciding factor. Himlmrc Hal Cilnl ''One of the mast noleworlliy <>' instances was when Kin'j Edward VIJ adoplcd the Hombur£ 1ml and the lounge suit. Uul for hi.s indiunce, comfortable garments miyhl have pa-sstnl away price, according to Hie Oecoralions i hlto 0 |jiivioii"ns .soon us Uic young I reciuired. The baron's silver gilt j, 1(lljlls of Maj . ;air tfl . ed of thcm c-ircle. lopped by 1C silver balls, a <. Kln ,, E(hvllnl vm t botll • public life lie. perhaps a viscount cost $100. , ., ny o(hn ._ wns lhe | nstn!menUll An Order of Hie Brlllsh Empire | Iflc ,, 01 , ,,, nritatn's retaining world mantle, and there are thousands leadership in style who have received this honor, can ".. Thc ,„.„„„{ ' u ' Geo] ,, e VI be obtained in purple satin, lined ; lms 11C vcr been sten oilier (Han with wlnie si!k, with cordon, Ins- i correctly dressed. Ills tastes are sels and lodges, for $185. I ccnscrvalive . . . the manner in The coronet price, list: duke. ] wl , lc |, nc tt . ml . s lhem te thc cs . $95; diicliess, $75; marquess, S100; ] -ence of nc nliicss Evsi at camp marchioness, $80; enrl, S105; in s , lmlm ,,. his shorls nl , , countess, SBO; viscount, $100; vis-, tressed, his coat, corrccllv but- countess; $75; baron, $80; baron-: lom , d . H !s lm ||kcly that ' he win ness, $W- bc responsible for nl)J , startling Some of the nobility have coro- i innovations in dress •nels aiul robes previously used in ., , ,.., ... s *' their family which, with a liltie cleaning and possibly slight alteration, may be used again. But if the moths got to the old robes, or the'.incumbent's head is larger than the former user's, it's business for the court lailors and jewelers. Counsellor's C'oilt Expensive A privy counsellor's full dress 'lair "The Duke of Kent promises lo assume lhe mantle of style leadership. While he is rarely extreme, he has a definite Hair for the unusual. For some time now the slyl- ists, both of Ihis country anil the United Stales, have regarded him with increasing interest. The pres- coat, silk-lined, is priced at $590. ent ''ay fashion of wearing a dou- Tliis is for the coat only—Irousers. I ble-breasted dinner jacket with a waistcoal, stockings, shoes, hat and, soft sililt <""' collar is considered .sword me extra. to have reached its present popu- Bcyond the official ceremonies,'! 11 ." 1 * 1 ill England on account of the Coronation is considered unlikely lo mnrk any .sweeping Changes in what men v.'car. King George, staid and conser- valive in all. things.- has passed Edward's inanils of masculine slyle lendcrslilp to the youngest ,of the royal brothers, lhe Duke' of Kent. The Coronation issue of Slyle Guide, illustrating what lhe correct Biilon will "wear, admit 1 ; that no startling dress innovation. 1 ; may his well known fondness for this tiress," The essence of Style Guide Hint, Coronation or no, a man may wear just about what he pleases, '.vithin rcason-nnd be cor- j'cctly dressed. Collar ixiints are somewhat cut away, and short, with a wide opening, to Jake a large knot 6 the citivat. Dinner jackets are single or double-breasted, peaked 01 shawl lapel. For the singlc-breast- be expected from George VI. I ed model, a wing collar Ls obliga- ' "The throne has ever been a! tory, and so is an opera hal, Style great inspiration to those whose ! Guide .says. business is to create fashions," the! editor states in a forward. "The! Most cud-chewing animals get sponsoring af a fashion by a up rear feet first, while almost member ol the royal family has al! others get up fore feet first. Rebus Puzzle HORIZONTAL 1 Tomorrow. lODolphinlike cetacean. 11 Silly. 12 To sin. 13 Ethical. H To release. 15 Kettle. IGHigh mountain. 17 Pronoun. 18 To get up. 22 Continuance in time. 58 Approaches. 29 Yet. 30 A. white carnation is the . of the day. Answer to Previous Pujile ERE RIEISHRiJJa, mm WILLIAM 41 Barley splkelet. 43 To arrange ...v. „„.,. clolh ' 31 Rendered dim. 45 Secreled. 33 Names. 48 Grew old, 49 CantereA 50 Kegion. 34 Before. 35 To scatter. 36 Scarlet. 52 On this day 37 Still. motherhood 3STo consume. >s . 39 Extremities of 53 It is the lhe earth. second May (pi.). VERTICAL 1 Musical note. 2 Heavy blow. 3 Rubber wheel pad. 4 Rabbit. 5 To wrinkle. 0 Prying sneak. 7 Short lance. 8 Data. 9 One that i yelps. 14 Anna Jarvia is the day's . 16 Valuable properties. 17 Cabin. 19 Fruit. 20 Less common. 21 To annoy. 22 Old garment. 23 To remain. 24 To make lace. 25 Lazily. 26 S-molding. 27 Birds' homes. 29 Coil. 32 Sewing tool. 33 Badger. 36 Lassos. 38 To unfasten. 33 Soft food. 40 Fish. 41 Since. 42 Tumor. 44 Wand. 46 God of war. 47 Pasha. 43 Pleasure sound. 51 Like. Hornei'svillc Society — Personal (iosnel -1-11 Club The Ciosnell 4-11 club met In the scliul auditorium Tuesday nomini;, May 4, with 45 members weiins roll call. The president, Heinle Uubanks, presided. When ,he .secretary, Mary Ellen Cnuv- 'ord, called the roll, each mcm- jer told ol Ihc progress lie had iiuule with hl.s project. Miss Cora Cok'imm, county home demon- ilrallon iixenl. uiul D, S, Uui trip, county (ii;ent. Instructed the captains on their duties. Hobble Ilcvlll was elected song captfil: nnd wns requested to teach the national i-H Club .'-.onj; to Ihc clul). The previously elected citp- Inins are: gnrdenliiK and canning Jaue Euliinks; poultry, Carl; Covliiijlon; cookery, Dorothy Milswell: clollilni!. Virginia Cook home improvement,' VIr&lulu Wad- Icy. Two new members, I-otils Nralham and Odessa Hell, wm added lo the gardening club. The dull decided to. have 111 next meeting at nlglit and eacl captnin Is requested lo bring In u wj'itlcn ri'iMirt. Two members of liic club, llurnlo E\lb;uik.s ami lames Nlersthelmcr, titlcndrd the Community Day celebration which wns .sponsored by the Junior-Adult 4-11 Club at Etowuh on Tuesday alternoon. For the TRUTH about GASOLINE KI-ITC 4-H Club When Jake Darby, president of Ihe Recce •!-!! club, called Ihe club to order in Mrs. O'Nell's room on Wednesday, May 5, there were 19 boys nml 5 girls present. The '•rcrctary. Willie Mae Akins. asked Hint each member Ich lhe demonstration he or she Is Inking so Hint she might correct her rolls. Two new members, Belhel Stewart nnd Gladys Cnlvcrt were enrolled, nob Nell reported on the work 'one in the Corn Club; Beryl Wilson reported Ihc" work in the Pli! Club: Mary James gave an Interesting report on lhe Poultry Club; Willie Mae Aklns asked (lint instructions be given on the required clothing mid gave nn .oul- line of lhe clothing which will be required In the •)-![ club exhibit. Ora Lee Craig reported on lhe Cookery Club. 'flic club volcd to meet next month lit the regular time nt the school building, although school would be out of session, and Mrs. O'Nell offered lo make lhe announcement nt Sunday School the Sunday Just previous lo lhe lime so Hint Ihc club members would all remember lhe time nnd place. Staged Her Own Climb to Fame Presiding Elder Will Preach Here Sunday The Rev. E. W. Potler of Jones- bovo. presiding .elder of the Methodist chnrclies in the ' 'Jonrsboro district, will preach 'at Uic X ar bro church tonight, at' the Tomato church Sunday morning, and at the First Afethodist church . here Sunday night. Yazoo Basin Counties Become Fishing Paradise CLARKSDALE, Miss, (UP) — Floods which swept 'over North Mississippi and Yazoo basin counties during the first months of the year developed new fishing waters that are filled with fish. Fish were turned into backwater areas in schools 'and were distributed by the high waters in several new lakes, bayous nnd ponds. Negroes have been living almost exclusively on fist caught from these lakes. In some insUinces men, women and children have gathered at the lakes for fish fries and hundreds of fish have been removed during the day. It's girls like Peggy Conklin, nbove, \viio keep fresh the old story &f a chorus girl's rise to ftardom. With a lending role in (hc New York play, "Yes, My Darling Daughter," Miss Conk- Jin proves that talent and beauty iogcther ore a good success recipe. And she doesn't have to look back so far lo the day when she defied family objections to start her career as an unknown in lhe "line." liincoln lied to lie Shown CLEVELAND (UP}— A priceless collection of Lincolniana; including lhe bed in which the martyred president died, will be exhibited a' the Great Lakes Exposition this year. The display will include also Lincoln's personal notebook, his favorite rocxThg cnair and inner articles. Slavics Ail! Chinese SHANGHAI. (UP) —Use of the motion picliire for educational purposes is progressing at a rapid ' in China, and the National rate Government at Nanking plans to extend the technique which has proved successful in Cenlral China to nil parts of the country. Announces Program for Lepanto Commencement • LEPANTO. Art:.—D.. W. Ivlulllns. superintendent of schools. Jias announced Ihc -program Tor the 1937 commencemenl exercises- of Lepanto high school. The exercises will begin Sunday, morning, May 21, when Rev. J. i. Owens, pastor of the First Baptist church of Lepanto, will deliver lhe baccalaurealc sermon. On Hie night of May 28 C. P. Lee, professor of speech and dramatics at Southwestern University, Memphis, will deliver the graduation address. The diploma* will be awarded by Dr. C. E. Byler, president of the school board. The exercises will be held in lhe auditorium of the school. The members of the graduating class arc James Neal, Robert Wall. C. B. Iluniia, Elizabeth Robertson, Verna Stallcup, Juanila Poe, Bonnie Belli Byler Uurnell King Marguerite Finn, Howard Bonds Lynn Hubbard, Sue" Hall, Opa Casldny and fiiez Anderson. Bonnie Beth Bylcr is valedictorian. Verna Stallcup is president Read Courier News Want Ads. Drs. Wert & Wert OPTOMETRISTS Orcr Joe Isaacs' Store "WE MAKE 'EM SEE" Phone B40 Good clothes deserve care Read Courier News Want Ada HAPPY HOUR "Eat while you live, atul live while you eal." Groceries & Aleats 109 W. Slain - - Phono 15 FREE DELIVERY So much depends on good appearance. Thai's why so many people ;ire pleased with our laundry atul dry cleaning work . . . their clothes look iiellcr and wear longer. DLYTHEVILLE AUNDRY LISTEN TO YOUR MOTOR U>ten!n...PHILllPS POLY FOLLIES t s Columbia Network ~~ Cvery Tuesday Evening Shut your cats (o claims. Instead, cumjxirc ynsoljncs in your car. Nolc.which gasoline gives easiest Stirling, best acceleration. Observe which provides grcalcsl flexibility. Llslcn for silcul action on slraiijlit- uwnys, for telltale knocks on liills nnd heavy pulls. Finally, carefully check your speedometer for mileage |x?r jjallon. That's lhe way to juduc—by results.' Ami you'll certainly see and Jti'l l/iul ilifftrence with your first laiiklul of Phillips 66 Poly Gas. This sensational new-type motor fuel quickly demonstrates its finer performance and greater value to any Intelligent motorist. It delivers r.rlrii power, pick-up, and mileage, because every yullon contains the. Mini energy uniis added by the |xitcntcd 1'OLYnicrizatioii process, mtliaul extm cost. Thisplus-pcrform.incci'sprolccted and ^uanintccd n^iihst clian^es in wea'tiicr, because 1'hijlips 66 I'oly Oasis I00%ciis[oin-t,iilored, without extra cosl, Why not discover what this out- slaEuiing gasoline will do in your motor? Jusl keep nn eye om for tlie Oraniic and Bbck 66 bhicld. Thai's Ihc place lo gel Phillips 66 Poly Gas, u'i'tftouf cxfru cost. Phill-up with Phillips for PLAY BALL When the umpire walks bacl\ o:C the plate and roars "Play Ball!", Spring is here to stay. Thousands of j'ans have waited for this thrilling monient ... to '--•»'» •., see white base-lines against green grass . . . to .-hear thei sharp crack of a three-bagger ... to join theh'v. cheers with the crowd in this great American sport. From baseball, Americans have borrowed the phrase, "Play Ball," as a synonym for fair-and-square, aboveboard dealings. Spring is here in the newspapers too. You'll find advertisements for Spring suits and dresses. Others on seeds and gardening equipment. Porch furniture and hundreds of other springtime purchases are spread before your eyes. These advertisements arc your guide to reputable S^ • • merchandise. Merchants and manufacturers who stand back of these advertisements are unwilling to *jr- risk their reputations by extravagant claims for in- r-» ferior products. They are "up to bat" every day. They cannot afford to "strike-out" on your good-will. That •«Z«B»«« is why the advertisements in this newspaper will save you time, trouble, worry, and money.

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