The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 3, 1935 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 3, 1935
Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1985 oj Ntxs Mostly Personal Miss Virginia Huffman returned to Bethel college, IlopUlnsvlllc, Ky., nnd Alvin and Fruilk Huffman to Mississippi college at Clinton, MLss., niter spending llic spring holidays with ther aunt nnd im- eJe, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hoffman, who accompanied them to Memphis. Mrs. Alvin Hardy, who has been 111 from mump.'; now better. for n week, Is Mrs. w. S, Langdon, who lias uecn seriously ill for two weeks, Is now improving. Miss Jessie Blaylock, of Marlon, Ala., ami Miss Jeanne Harrison relumed to Holly Sprinps, Miss., today, where they • uttend Mississippi Bynodical college, after spending the spring vncntlon as guests of Miss Harrison's parent.':, Mr. nnd Mrs. fell P,. Harrison. Mrs. A. n. Holland motored them down. ti. O. Nash Is In Memphis today on business. Mis:s Hulh McCormink is a pn- tient nt the St. Joseph hospital at Memphis. Charles Taylor is receiving treatment at the SI. Joseph hospital at Memphis. as their guests Mr. Hudson's nieces, Misses Jessie Lee Smith and Freddie Ellen Smith, of Yorkville, III., who will be here for n week or two. En route here they slopped al Curlinijville. III., for ii brief - visit at Blackburn eoflcge where Miss Jessie Lee Smith was a student. Mrs. Earl Koontz of Fulton, Mo., who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. E. M. Bryan, and daughter, Miss Ellen, for three weeks, is returning home Sunday. Mr. Koontz will come for her Saturday. Ruth Paddison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Paddison who has been critically ill from a throat infection, is better today. She js now at the Memphis "Methodist hospital. Her father returned horn; last night but her mother remained with her. Lillian Giibreth Would Want Career and 11 Children'Again BLYTHEVILLB. CARK.J. COURIEU NEWS BY MAHY MAKGAItUT NEA Service Stan" t'uncspumlait NliVV YOliK-If «ho were to !>•> given a chance to live her life over again, Dr. Lillian M. oil- breih, who next.- year will lx> the rust woman professor of innmi"e- ment engineering ,a Piutfne university, would want eleven children nnd a career—just what she has had! Dr. Gillircth, most famous c:i- rcer-mothcv in the country, is n grandmother now,, and the "baby" of her brood of eleven, Janey, is twelve years old. When their father died, the oldest of the Oii- brclli children was In her second year nt, college and Juney wa.s two. At that time. Dr. Gilbrcth who after her immiage lind studied engineering in order to \K able to help her husband, a construction engineer, with his work, and later turned to experiments In the field of time find fatigue, set herself to be both bread-winner mid liome-nmker father Dig family. Before thai, Hie parents had begun introducing Into their homo many of the labor and lime saving devices they had discovered In their laboratory work. Also Mr. nnd Mrs. A. O. Hudson have they had worked out a system of division of tasks whereby every child was responsible for certain chores and the older children leak care of the younger ones. Seven Have Finished College SCVL-JI of Die j'oung Gilbraths haw. finished college and are out in the world. Three are married. "We are just nt the place now where a house thai once was too final! is really too large except at holiday times," said Dr. Giibreth with a smile that unconsciously perhaps, was a little sad. As she lalked, her long skillful ringers were busy with a piece of embroidery. She is seldom idle. "How did I do it?" she repeated the question meditatively. "Well, chiefly by trusting to the Lord and living each diiy as it came. And, of course, by "keeping my faith that life was worth while. I believe (irmly that everybody needs a philosophy and an interest in causes. A curiosity, too. in why things happen. I have always had all these, and I hope I have been able to puss them to . Jimmie Lee Brooks leave the latter part of the week for Washington, D. C., where he is to the department , he employed of agriculture. While there he versity. Miss Julia plans to attend Washington Uni- ... Carleton Sims, of Lake Village, Ark., Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Woodson. Mrs. C. G. Hires, who has been .seriously ill this week, is better today Steele-Cooter v^..;-*.. -:: ,; . Society — - Personal Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brooks announce ihe birth 'of a nine at their horns Sun- The baby has not Mrs. Brooks before pound day evening .been named. , her marriage • was Miss Lena Cal- bcrt. Rev. Bolten who recently accepted the pastorate of the cooler Baptist church, .spent Insl weekend here. He expects to move his family here from Tcxarfciina the latter purl of this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. vy. Lenlz nf Netherland spent Sunday in Cooler a s guests of Mrs. Lcnl7' parents, Mr. and Mre. J. M. Martin. Mrs. Reba Robinson of Bly- (heville spent Sunday witli her sister, Mrs. Jack Ozment, Mr. and Mrs. L. Casey, who have been making their home in - the Gilliand apartment since they came to Cooler, have rented the house owned by Mrs. L. E. Cooper They will move in the latter part of this vvesk. 1 Miff Naclinc Burns has , c turned to her home in St. Louis after a visit in Cooler and Hayti with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. w. R. Maxcy of Caruthersville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Spencer Sunday. They were accompanied home by. Mrs. A. L. McBride and son, Lloyd, who had spent the weekend here with Mis. Spencer. Mrs. Jonnte May and son have returned to their hoome at Moorehouse after a week's visit in Cooler with relatives. Mrs. C. N. Nunnary is visitiii" relntivc.'l in Huntinglon, Tcnn. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pollard of Yarbro and Mr. and Mrs. Allen of Blylheville were Sunday euesls of Mr. and Mrs. clias. Pollard. Mr. and Mrs. Glen White, who have been making their home with tho latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim McClurc, have rented the John Btimpass house In Cooler. Dr. .and Mrs. L. E. Cooper were visitors in Sikcston Friday on business. children." sound tody is one of the fundamental factors of success in work and of successful living, Dr. Giibreth believes. For that reason, as well as to do away ns much as possible with complications, the young Gilbreths led a more or less Spartan existence They have had litlle sickness and l.illiim cillirelh.... combined rareer nidi .... 11 children. shelf each lime. Then in Little House, we have what we call the clothery— a room on the grouds floor that brings together all (he laundry and sewing equipment, .so (lint iti this one room these two clo.lely related occupation; ore served without wasted steps carrying gafmems back nnd forth. Also many housewives find the clothery convenient because It is on the firsl floor and they don't have to go up and down stairs to answer doorbells." When the new management professor undertakes her new berth ncKt full, she will commute to Indiana, for she will maintain her home in Indiana. "The university job Is only part time," shs explains. Canadian Railroads Seek Uniformity in New Time WELLAND, Out. (UP)-The Railway Association of Canada is making an effort to establish uniformity in the observance of D"y- light Saving Time throughout the United Slates nnd Canada, a communication received by the local city council advised. Tiic association, seeking support in the move, painted out adoption of uniform dates would secret for the reputation she enjoys of, being always well. When she Isn't feeling up to (lie mark, she flakes herself out of circuit tion,".: sees- nobody unit! she is her best again. Designs Home Arranj-cmcnts Dr. Gilbrcth believes that' every I worker should gel salisfaclion from his work and that there is somebody who likes every kind of job, even the most tedious It has been her life mission lo see .hat the job and the parson to fill t meet. The u. s. government as well as many factories and ihpps have risked her help and advice about personnel. She has also done work with home layouts, in an effort to decrease the lonsekceiier's fatigue and unnecessary work, eoth of which she facilitate the tcrnational centers. usporta- ling in- , considers a ivicked waste. " "There should . no bendin The widespread belief that there were man-made marks on the plnnet Mars came about when the astronomer. Schloparelli, announced the discovery of "canali" on the Martian continent, and the word "canali" was translated into English as "canals" instead of "channels." and stretching that can be avoid•d, no unnecessary glares, no ex- ra motions," she declares. In order to remedy the bad working habits of housewives, Dr. Giibreth has made an exhaustive study of their workshops—that is,'- their kitchens, pantries and homes in general, some of the improvements that she has suggested are embodied in the Little House set up on Park Avenue by the Better Homes Association. Clolliery Is Restful Idea "For inslance, shelves in tho Little House arc adjustable," Dr Gilbrcth explains. "That was a crying need because the same things nrs not piled on the some thin, pale blood— they're weak, feel tired, logy and dull. Dr. Picrcc's Golden Medical Discovery is just tlic tonic to increase tlie appetite anti eliminate poisons from the intestines. It stimu- _ l.itcs Ilie digestion, raakcj; llic Idorx) redder, clears the skin of eruptions, ami Idemislies and you Haiti in vim. visor ,iiti( vitality. Mrs. N. M. Etli. emtge-of 1317 K. 10.i, St., Uttle Rock- Ark- said: "I can rccoinnmiil Dr. Pitrcc's (.olden Medical Discovery flighty as a system liuildcr. It elves me .1 Hue aucelite ami. drivei away Hal lireil feeline." . f-cwsiic. labels 50 els., liquid $1.00.I.aree size. labs, or liquid. $1..1S. All druggists W«it<. Dr. Pierces Clinic, HufFalo. N/Y. tor Iree mrOical advice. FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. IN8DKANC1 DEPT. FARM LOANS We are making long time farm loans through the Prudential Insurance Company, at 5 percent and 5 l /> percent interest. Blylheville School of liemify Culture Open April 1st 1st Nat'l. Bank Bldg. For Details Sec Mrs. Berryman Al Elaine Beauty Shop TERRY-WORTHINGTON TITLE COMPANY Blytheville, Ark, PAGE THREB THE NEW YORK STORE'S MONEY RAISING Our entire stock of new, seasonable Coats, Suits Dresses, Millinery and Accessory Offered «( Extreme!,, Lou, Price., Right Before Easter Commencing Thursday, Apr. 4 COATS $29.75 Values $16.98 $19.95 Values $13.98 $16.95 Values $ 9.98 $12.95 Values $ 6.98 $9.95 Values $ 4.98 ~\ MILLINERY $1.98 Hats $1,49 $2.'95 Hats $j.98 $3.95 Hats $2.98 $5.00 Wats $3.98 SKIRTS All New Spring Styles White, Pastels Plaids 10% OFF BLOUSES Linens, Tub Sjlks; Batists,Taffatas\ Newest Styles 10% OFF Gloves Handkerchiefs Underwear Gowns - Pajamas Neckwear Sweaters All at 10% OFF Kvery woman iw this entire section should be interested in tins "tremendous let-go" of brand new, seasonable COATS and SUITS fashioned by Cnrdais, Leader Garment Co., and of her good makers ....dresses from the best manufacturers. .. .new millinery.. ..wash frocks.. ..purses underwear .... skirts.. -.blouses -. , . . handkerchiefs.... gloves;. fact every item of wearing apparel you will need for Spring- and the early Summer months at a saving- of Nearly Half in many instances. Those of you who know the New York Store know that our Sales are just exactly as represented... .our policy prohibits carrying any merchandise over from one season to another. The reason for this Sale is a combination of events .... firsty we anticipated a much larger business this Spring and bous'li t exceedingly heavy for all departments. the season proved to be a little backward .... right now we are faced with the necessity of not only having to raise money to pay wholesale bills which are due but we must also greatly reduce our stock to make room for the arrival of hot weather merchandise, which has been shipped. Our misfortune is your stated before, nothing reserved in this Sale — if we receive a shipment of new Dresses or Hats while this Sale is in progress it will go in the sale at a special 10 per cent discount... .many Coats, Suits and Dresses are marked just about half their original price we realize we must make a cash sacrifice in order to move this stock quickly every item has been marked to the very bottom.... .many garments being marked, below ; their; actual:;wholesale cost.-! ;^rulyva ? ' rare opportunity for you to make a Veal vsaving on your Spring outfit, Plan to attend the: first day while selections are at their best. ¥ SUITS $29.75 Values $10.98 $19.95 Values $13.98 $16.95 Values $ 9.98 $12.95 Values $ 6.98 $ 9.95 Values $ 4.98 DRESSES $19.95 Values $1438 $16.95 Values $12.98 $12.95 Values $ 6.98 $ 7.95 Values $ 4.98 $ 5.00 Values $ 2.98 WASH DRESSES Just received Harmon, Queen Make Seersucker, Linen Eyelet Emb. 10% OFF PURSES Large Selections Navy's & Whites Newest Novelties Phone Hi! Hlylhevillo, Ark.

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