The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1940 · Page 3
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER. V3, - 1940 1ES Oil LIST Lu x u t y' r Gift" Sn .ggesti on s j v>O •>•••• Marian Youna Gives Defi-j nitions Of 'Luxury Gifl'i For Most ; Hy MARIAN YOUN'G N£A Swrvlce Staff Correspondent NEW YORK.—A'luxury gift is: •1) .something you don't own. but' which you must certainly •. would' use if you had it: <2) something to replace a treasured, possession: that has just plain worn out; (3) .something you want, but never would get around fo getting for yourself.- Keep these facts in in bid and you won't have much trouble deciding what luxury present? lo £ive to the peoDle on your Chri.sU mu.'; shopping list. Dad and mother might %ivc daughter, whoso own budget does not permit luxuries, 'a chubby fur jacket or swagger coat that will be usable over evening as well as dav clothes. Daughter could give her father a handsome pioe to renlfuie his BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.V COURIER NEWS lo be something Mini's really- w.-intccl but which probably won't be forthcoming unions you *soml it. PACE THREE COURTS Definitely in the luxury category arc u»c:e smart Christmas gifts for women. The necklace is a. onc-hundrecl-rinci-filly-inch gold chain, in- j lerspersed with baroque pearls, synthetic emeralds, sapphires, garnets and amethyst .stones. The bracelet has a wntch which is set in an ornate sold phique, studded with brsnanis. on a wide, flexible gold bracelet. Municipal Court, sessions recently have been very routine with no unusual cases. Even tlio.se of public ;. drunkenness were on the decline for the past two \veek.s with only j 13 arrests made. A. A. Atkins wa.s fined $5U after j entering u plea <$ guilty to u i charge of po.sse.s.shi£ an unlawful t seine and wa.s granted a comimi- j aiift 1 of hi.s cii.sf in whk-h he pleaded not guilty to a charge of pos- sas.sing short cat t'ish. A charge of obtaining good.s under false pretenses resulted 'in R. W. Boyd being held to circuit court with bond of $500. A chnryo of leaving tin; scene of un accident cost W. K Parks $50 aftc.r he entered vx ple.u of guilty. A plea of gtil\ly to a charge of carrying u concealed weapon resulted in T. L. Crump • being fined $50 but' $40 of the fine was .suspended. • Vic Matthews was fined $10 on a petil larceny charge to which he pleaded guilty. • Charges of disturbing the peace' resulted in Andrew Curtis being fined $10 -after entering u pku of guilty and Hurlin Jackson received a similar fine. John McMruT.s was fined $10 on n charge of disturbing the peace, to which he pleaded guilty, and was fined $5G on u charge of carrying concealed weapon but this fine was'.suspended. "James Pone was fined $25 on a plea of guilty to a reckless driving charge but $10 of the fine was suspended. A charge of assault and battery, to which he pleaded guilty, cost B. Williamson $10. Charges of malicious mischief lodged against Russell Stevens and 1? -»":1 Davidson, resulted in Stevens beinpr fined $10 and Davidson being fined $10 and sentenced lo 60 days In jail. He was granted an apoeal to circuit court and bond set at $350. 8M1RBBB CKKPIT TKKMS! Graceful in shape and.rich in ap- r pearance is the pouch-shaped eve:l ning- bag:, above. This one is of '.gleaming brocade. It is luxuriously fitted with gold lipstick and .compact as well as a comb and change piirse, as shown below. Sold, .-badly battered favorite. Both |;of j,hem might give mother a good /clip or pin or some other piece of See how. it works <ic- to the facts? Luxury giv- :^|i!ig is the easiest of all. :f$g Sure-to-be-appreciated luxuries : !: ^for jany woman include handmade, .-7 pure silk slips and nightgowns •'•; r'and bed jackets; day bags of ex• cellent leather, especially alliga- ,";-•: tor; exquisite evening bags of lux- Curious brocades, particularly the ; j^new pouch-shaped ones. •^ : .;; Also, stockings more sheer than ;;:£any she ever buys for herself; ex- perfume;, jewelry—cos- as well as precious: fine linen handkerchiefs with -«-f~~ monoerams; wonder- Young ana casual, but surprisingly inexpensive Tor a "luxury" gift is this chic swagger coat of white, lamb. The college girl would wear it over evening dresses as well as day. and snorts r clothes. it is lined with white woo! material in a bright red pattern that matches a smart Ascot scarf worn with it. Reafi Courier News want nd. c Jo Relieve Misery of LIQUID.TABtETS. SALVE, N05E CROP* ITI>' FRIDAY i BARGAIN DAY Matinee lOc & 20c Night lOc & 30c YOUTH Will BE SERVED '*f*L SvXf'Z L~** *%$i Jane Darwell • Robert Con way • Elyse Knox Joe Brown , Jr. • Charles Holland -John Qualen A 20th Ccnlury.Fon Kctatr Also Cartoon & Comedy SATURDAY Pjctur* wttt DWM WM<S Citil KMiway Cartoon & serial "Green Archer' Continuous shew till 11:30 p.m. FAMOUS WATCHES ON TIME PAYMENTS Lilly Dache's suave belt, above of Beaming zebra, would add a note of luxury to any woman's ward^ 'ooe. Square bracelets are lust as new as can be. Those below also created by the famous designer, come in a set of four, in different tones of gold and are * supposed to be worn together. fully made gloves that will stay together through repeated washings. WHATEVER YOU BUI- GET THE BEST Luxuries sure to please any man are: a, box of individual packages of fine tobaccos which will enable him to bletid a mixture to suit himself; a jacket of soft, lux- urious suede: 'a loose, sports-type tweed jacket that he will wear as a smoking jacket on winter evenings about the house; n, gun if he shoots; an unusually good .: golf, club if he's a golfer; a fly rod or. in fact, anything good which he'll use in pursuit- of his favorite hobby or sport. Don't make the mistake, however, of giving the sportsman or a man who takes his-hobby seriously anything whimsical or anything that isn't the best of its kind. He'll appreciate two fine golf balls more than several cheap clubs or two good dry flies more than a bait, box filled with a wide variety of inferior equipment. Luxury gifts to send to a home, for every member of the family to love and enjoy, range from inexpensive sets of individual pottery soup pots, in \vonderf\n". mellow colors, to more elaborate, hand-decorated lacquer screens and a side chair or a coffee table in the new. exciting plastic, lucite. A down-filled, satin quilt; a pair of lightweight, pure wool blankets with satin or taffeta binding; a chaise longue: a covered vegetable dish in silver to match the pattern of the flat silver; a dozen handmade linen napkins — dinner. luncheon or cocktail size; an antique mirror to go over the mantel—these are presents suitable for the home you love best or for any home to which- you want to give something that is thoughtfully luxurious. For cildren, 'electric trains, chemistry sets, ping pong tables; a small vlctrola with \i few albums of records and cameras come in the luxury category. So do miniature electric sewing machines, beautifully furnished doll houses and toe-length, quilted house coats—if the recipients are slrls. And good skis, skates and bicvcles—if they are bo\ T s, The ideal luxury gift need not be too. too original. It simply How To Relieve Bronchitis Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis Phone Ritz 224 Phone Roxy 322 LISTEN TO KLCN 10:00 a.m.—12:45 p.m.—*:30 p.m. ROXY LAST TIMES TODAY BARGAIN NIGHTS lOc & ZOc FOLD IN TERROR! *! fc~V^r *, t<~*4 L ^^^ j^ ,. DteM *r MAJlOlD SCHUSTER *"*rfo*i fn+Kir, MMSHAU GIANT A NEW UNIVERSAL PICTURE .„ Also Selected Shorts SATURDAY r ANT-ADS • —^^^^•^•^^•^••••i Cartuon & serial "Deadwood l>zok". Continuous show io 11:30 p-m- Birthstone $13.85 Grand Gift for man; 6 Diamonds $33.50 .'? IMutnomis. in eu«h ring 1 '. 10 Diamonds $57.85 o Diamonds in each ring-'. Man's Ring $23.50 Flushing cen It. 1 !' dhumtml! 11 Diamonds $59.50 . New tle.sign; jcold Dinner Ring $55.00 - brilliant 7 Diamonds $49.50 The new modern design. Signet Ring $10.95 Thrill him with this! ' Cabashon $14.50 Rich Stones! Gold 14 Diamonds $67.50 White or yellow gold! 7 gorgeous Diamonds in vx-ur choke of yellow gold! fenlarged to show-detail)... Gruen "Stewardess" 15 jewel, yellow gold filled case with Guildite back. A trim model at ' nulovn "Dcn.r—15 jewels, yellow lolled jjiate t.>p will) white buck. Only Bulovti "Miss Ami'Hcu"—17 Jewels, IOK gold filled. Gold braided bracelet. Only 4 Diamonds $33.75 (•old Mountings'. Locket Set $9.75 Locket and .t»Viieel«t! Elgin—15 jewels, 10K rmtumi gold fllleu case. Smart watch for' the man! Only Solitaire $47.85 A. striking ^5 Diamonds $25.85 \V1):U a S ift for Elgin —IOK. .mxUiral ^old-filled cnsc. Striking cord .bracelet. For Her' Only... ../........ Cfl ««)U HER! Gruen "Bnibarn"—15 Jewds,' yel;0\v .or pink gold filled <•»«<:. Oulldlte back, at 7 Diamonds $17.50 While o Gold! 3 Diamonds $21.95 A. thrilling or tuition! Silverware $12.95 C*omp!cC6 Platters $3.95 for Gl Tarnish nroof box! r<n: platcr in silver-plate. Welcome -Ai'tl Bracelet Set $7.50 A . matching bracelet and pendant. She'll adore this! Lighters $1.50 up Handy pock e I lighter is the perfect gift for him! Monogrammctl! Diamonds $39.75 An unusual mounting! ^ Birthstone $23.50 Mali's; 2 side Diamonds! 8 Diamonds! $38.00 White or Yellow gold! Dinner Ring $17.85 3 fiery center s tones!..' • The "Priscilla." 17 jewels, engraved yellow rolled gold plate top, <fcO/J 7T white back. Silk cord ^2-T«/ J 12 Diamonds in this adorable ensemble. Smart mountings! ££O (enlarged to show "detail) 3>U«5 ^ JEWELRY & OPTICAL STORE The Bulova "Co-Ed 17 Jewels, engraved yellow 'rolled gold plate top. white- back. Silk cord

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