The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 5, 1933 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 5, 1933
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, DEQRMKEU 5, 1033 Prepare to Bombard Atom The heaviest artillery ever built to bombard the smallest bits of matter « shown here during construction by the Massachusetts Institute of TcL-hno:o 3 y. near New Bedford.'. Those 15-foot metallic spheres on 20-foot columns, will store up static electricity until a bolt of 10000000 volts leaps between them, suentlsts Inside each of the spheres and quite safe, will aim the. tremendous force through vacuum tubes at the nuclei of a tew atoms. If th e atoms arc ^.utered the experimenters may learn something about how to release and utilize the incalculable amount of energy. whJch,'Is believed to be stored up in the atoms comprising all matter. Miss Anne Bullitt, 9, Will Be "First Lady" of Embassy Anne Bullitt . . smiles for n Courier News-NEA Service pholo»- raphcr as she sails for Soviet Russia. ° She Prefers Books to Dolls and Is a Perfect Hostess. IiV JliLIA H1.ANS1IARD NhA Service staff CorrcsffOndcnt NEW YOEiK.— Austere and }:crctofore cold diplomacy seems' in dancer of becoming warm and: |;s'r:;onal. P'irst. whh the whole world iis-l tenin; in. Commiwar Maxim Lit-! vnr.v talked to his little Iamily in 1 MMCOT and his voice softened' caqeriy when his son. in childish! treble, called lo him, "Hello,! I 'a pa!" | And now America's Russian Am-! '..-.vador. Wiilinm C. Bullill. has! taken his hale ninc-ycai-uld di.u^litfr H-iUi him to Moscow to 1« Iho First Lady oi tliu An-nl- con Embassy ni Russia. parent purchase sweets for chil- .clrcn to IK taken home. They had to lake the children in. buy the sweets and watch the children cat them on the premises so the government would be sure that Ihc boys ciid girls, not adults, got tli canes and candy. • • • Little Anne Bullilt will make marvelous little hostess Havin B been brought u;> alone, an almost constant companion to her learned Papa, Anne has a quaint dignity and iwisc that many grownup ladies well might envy She is a serious little girl, much fender of reading books than playing with dolls, much more interested in listening to grown-ups tnlk about important matters than in the childish prattle of those of , her own age. Yet this past siim- . mer. when someone gave her a pled wiih obvious pleasure and little gilt unexpectedly. Anne dim was as enthusiastic in her thank, and appreciation as any little nine-year-old would be when San ta Glaus brought her what shi :iskcd for. Anne looks a great deal like her mother. Ixiiiise Bryant, who divorced from her father Knihuic Builitt might do could P"-' ^ibly endear him 10 Russians more than bringing IrU little 'girl v 111 him. Russians aln-.ort worship tneir children, child welfare and cni,rt """ralion are tile warp and woof of the new soviet social fau- r;r. Russian adulLs may 6o nim- gry and suller iron, | ack ot - this o: CcM. but ll lc children iibnally are well-fed, round and rosy I),ir;ng the scarcity of sugar, for the government opened little swett shops for children. No adult could buy a scrap of sugar there, Nor could the most devoted in 1930. Anne has her mother's wide merry mouth, her mother's |«ar- shapcd face with pointed chin her mother's lovely hair, cxcep that Anne's is light. But she has her (atlicr's slanting eyes. The?c eyes are arresting in a child'; face, very intelligent eyes, serious imnersMnding really beautiful They reveal the depth and the soul of this little girl who many ways is quite adult. * • • Anne has r.cvcr enjoyed dolls Having learned to read while ver> young, the now quite overwhelms you with her interests. Psycholoji GIFTS for Her GIVE HER JEWELRY You will have no trouble in GC- letlinc a suitable gilt for her from our large and complete stock of Jewelry and gift gcods. ALDRIDGE JEWELRY STORE SILK NECI.KIUKS Daintily lalloroc! or Flat Crepe in Blue, Peach, Pink and Black A gilt she'll appreciate. $2.38. J. C. 1'K.SNKY CO. Give Somelliirc I'radical She will appreciate a gift she can wear'. /We cuggrst Scnrf Sets, tosiery, Purses. Gloves, Hats, Houses, Swentei- Suits, Dresses and Sweaters nmt Skirls. THE LADIES TOGGEKV DAINTY SLKE1' TOC1S Gowns and Puinmns tailored of n nice quality Fltk Crepe in Pink, lea rioic and nine at. $2.93. NEW YOHK. STOKE FOR MEN ONLY! I < It you want to make your wife love you the year round give her a Dodge or Plymouth automobile. Reasonably priced an* equipped with all the conveniences dear to a woman's heart. HARNETT AUTO SALES CEDAR CHESTS For the youngrr girl or motlicr... One of these beautiful Walnut finish Cedar Thesis. IIUBBARD FUBMTUUE CO. From Sarta, A New Vcrmanent Add to -her happiness at Christmas by sivinj her a new Permanent at our modern Eliop. Mar;nret Deen Beauty Shnppc A BEAliTJFUl, WATCH Would make her most happy. The new styles as created by Grucn, Bulova and Elgin. GUARD'S JKWELUV STOKE We suggest Cosmetics, Purses, Candle Holder-. Bud Vases. Nnn- iielly's Candies. I'crfume, Atomiz- irs, Compacts, Stationery, Kodaks FOWLER DRUG CO. DISTINCTIVE GIFTS Atomizers. Pcilnmc Eels. Bridge Cards, Compacts, Pangburn's Candies, Honbiganl and Coty's Fr.rfuine Sets. Heating Pads, and otlier gift; sh? will like. BH.I.'S rilAKMACV THE PERFECT OIPT "FOR HF.R" ELIZABETH ARDEN'S VENETIAN TOILET Preparations EXCLUSIVELY AT BORUM'S Take away uiir drudgery of wnsh- ini; In the (nnihiR years. Buy 'Her" nn Apex Wnslilng Mncliliii! K. B.-(IKK SALES CO. ATTENTION MEN! A final) c.ish payment, will give. yonr wife the perfect sift—A HOME. Sec our listings. THOMAS LAND CO. WAYNE KNIT HOSIERY o. -ilS-a four thread, all silk, high twist, 42 giiusi: chin'on, Picol lop, P;cot l:iscrt at hem, till silk moc- c£.sln fool, knit in toe guard, curved French heel. ji. NEW YOKK STOKE lUnuly firings Happiness The Christmas Season will metin more to her if she has n new l-crmancnt. Afake her a present of one. GRACE ELANORE SHO1TK A InstitiB aitt rov yonr wife—A Frlgldnlrc, '.he most modern electric refrigerator: on Ihc nmr- fce:. E. I!. Gee Subs Co. Helena Rubenslein's Cump.lcts, Powders, Lipsticks Exclusively al Bnrum's Have Santa Bring her a box of HollinBOT'orth's Candy, lilted bag, cosmetic set, compact, stationery, card table or jiurte. ROBINSON ItRVG STORE WE SUGGEST GLOVES —Imported Fabric Gloves of beautiful quality, slip-on and lull styles. 50c In $1.25. NEW YORK STORE 'ihe Perfect Girt—What women love — KAYSER'S underwear. Slovcs, hosiery. Hcasonubly priced. Jack Applcbaum's Your sentiments are best expressed when you .say it with FLOWERS. Hcalon's Home of Flowers. Family GIFTS GIFTS for Him GIVE HIM JEWELRY I't' can solv* the i>roblem of wlial to j;ivc "him." ALDlllDGE JEWELRY STOKE SII,K PAJAMAS With or without sash, plain or brocaded, best quality, all colors. O and $7.50. NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO. C!i\e a Pen and i'cncll Set, Bill- Mil or Shaving Outfit. ROBINSON -DRUG STORE Only 16 More Shopping Days Unlil Christmas. tlivc Him SiinR'lhliic I'crsimal Tor Instance we have Silk Scaris u]). Arrow Shirts $1.35 up, Pa- }:nn;»s $1.50 vp. Tutllii Neck Hu-raters S2.n5, Suede or Buckskin ktls $8.50 to S12.50, Ballirotos, Cilad.sioi)c Unas, Ilandkercliicfs mul •' kok Belt z-.;r,. rrcc Turkey wiih Suits al J22.SO up. 1IAYNES MEN'S SHOP COLF KO.L'11'MENT if hr plays jjolf he would 1)0 dc-. lighted with u new club or two rr a box oi balls. A complete :-'.cck al all prices. HUltllARI) HAKDWARE CO. I)lll-:SS (.'I.OTIIUS TiiKcttos and r.jl accessories. Tux edos priced i.JS to S35 A'EH- .Iti.'.U) CLOTIILVC; CO. MEN'S LOUNGING ROBES Brocaded Rayon and nil wool Flannel Robes in a choice selection of colors. S4.4B, J. c. I'I;NNI:Y co. He'd Like a Nc\v Scnrf! We have the very kind THE I.AOIES TOGGERY THE IDEAL GIFT A Theatre Coupon Book for the iamily or friends, $2.50 ai:d ?5. Good anytime. RIT7, nnrt ROXY THEATRES RADIOS-A gift all the fnmily enjoys. AM; for demons!ration. E. II. GEL SALES CO. A Gift For All (lie Kimily— A Delco lighting plant. Also Dclco Radios for country homes. E. B. GEE SALES CO. Only 16 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. You can p!case htm with a Pipe Billfold. Box f.f Cigars, Shaving Brush or a Fl.<oli!lght. FOWI.EII DRUG CO. CABINET SMOKERS ' He'll really appreciate one of these Cabinet Sinofars Low priced too. lll'BIUK!) IT'RXITCRE CO. STETSON HATS luy him a ailt Certificate In a mininturc Hm Box and let him r!rct it. $5. NEW MEAD CLOTHING (JO. Only 16 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. bllOl- EARLY Our stocks ure complete now and ;i siiKill iiaymcnt will hold iiny llcte until Christmas. (iUAHD'S JEWELRY STORE \Vhy not gin him on Office Chnlr Cujhlon, Treusurc Chest or Bhraffcr JV'i for Cliilaltnas? ACTON PRINTING CO. Phone It Wi> Know What Ho Wanfci Parker Desk S»t, Pl|», Cigni^i, or Shaving Set or Sheafler Pen. HELL'S PHARMACY Gifts for Kiddies TOYLANI) Ol'KNI.I) Kiddles will be delighted to know thai our complete Toy Department s now open. J. C. PENNEY CO. We Ihve What They Want! Skates, Tricycles, Scooters, bicycles, COIISU.T Wagons, Buddy Bikes, .22 Rifles (Stcvcin, Hamilton and tnrlnt'ficld) Portct Knives, Flashlights, Watches, Hunting Knlve.s, Biuzy Barton Air Rifles and cotn- Lnmllon Scout Knives and Axes, including carrier. IIUIIKE HARDWARE CO. "We Sell For Less" CHRISTMAS TOYS for all ages. Siicclally priced. Obtrst Store Co. PRACTICAL GIFTS Give the children things Hint will last such as Tricycles, coaster Wngons, Skates, Air Rifles, Bicycles, etc. All priced most reason- r.bly. IIURBARD HARDWARE CO. Bicycle Tires, Horns. Saddles, Baskets, Handle Grips, -Spokes, Wheels, Rims, Brake Paris, Repairing. Carney's Shop. 113 S. First St. Phone 643. GIFTS Home Santa Ctaus' lltadquartera iVe Sell Everything—the best quality Xmns Gilts. Radios, Musical Instruments, Cindics, Lomps, Leather Goods, Glassware, Elcctrlwl C.i/ts. 1'ARKHURST CO,, 109 E. Main Qlve Ideal Built-in Furniture All Klnrts of Cabinets ARKMO i UMBER YARD OWE something practical—cutlery, bird cages, aluminum ware, toasters, electric irons, clocks, watches. OBERSr STORE CO. . Only !6Moie Shopping Days Until Christmas. Murwood combination .BRIDGE _TABLE and Fire Screen, $5.05; Itiiirk-ood dc luxe tray $4,50. BORUM'S Your dinner y.-lil not be complete without FLOWERS for Xmas. ![cllon's Hnme of Flower* TABLES! TABLES! Coffee Tables, Occasional Tables, Etui Tables...Every kind o( table ...Anil they nKnys makn nn ac- ce])lablc gift. ; . ItUKKARU FURNITURE CO. Quirk MMJ Oil Ranjcs C.osley Radios, Senly, Mattresses, Rlumberon Mattresses, ' DC lux Seines, Lounge' Chairs and Olto- im.n, Hockei.s, Occasional Chulrs, ftitdlo Couches, Chllds Beds, Childs Rockers, High chairs, Desks, Ccilnr Chests, Card Tables, Tables-Oc- ccslontil, Had'x, End, - Medicine Cnblncis. Mirrors. : . ; CHARLES S. LEMONS Ctod Furniture al Moderate Cost Make your home modern and convenient for Christmas with tmllt-ln cablncvs, -shelves, breakfast nook, wall brackets. R. J. Peterson, ZOO N. 21st Give Something Electrical Tiible and Floor Lamps, $1 to $10, Westlnghouse Irons, Heating Pads, Percolators, Toasters, Bathroom Healers, Waffle Irons, and other eppllanccs, Xmas Tree Decorations and Light ScU. Walpole Electric Shop ?0fc W. Main ' Phone 3H Only 16 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. GIFT NOVELTIES Book Enda. Ash Trays, What-Nots, Vases, Boudoir Lamps, Tablu lumps mid novelties of all kinds. GUARD'S JEWELRY STORE &PECIAL assortment of gift -nov- cltlcj,' games, stationery, candy. BORUM'S DEEP NAP BLANKETS 10x80 Deep Knap Double Blankets In a beautiful runijo ot plaids. $2.19. J. C. PENNEY CO. Only 16 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. A Photograph—the Perfect Xnn3 Gift. Rtducsa holiday prircs. Hu- Lrrl Doyle, next door to Western Union. Eciiiitlfnl, inexpensive artificial WREATHS for the graves ot loved ones at Xmas. Heaton's Home of Flowers Give yourself a Xmas gift. Have yonr WATCH repaired by an ex- perl. O'Bryant, Aldriclgc Jewelry Store. Only 16 More Shopping Days Until Christmas. is her pre.senl hobby. And she I gravely to her about the knows a lot about it too. She hns poitant subject* She will sit" i'ntl ' " n itci for of "Tom Sawver' a gift for not talking much, Just listen hour on end to him or to listening, but when you ask her a whole group of friends who are ner opinion about new books, or dcddlii? matter's nf Oat^ ^h^ i«:.i.- ,- ,, - - --- --. Plays or eve,, life she gives 'you j^l 5 bESTfrl Infdrn'n'ers'I nt ££"^» S..™ a grave, intelligent answer. luncheons or meetings. For he She has been brought up in the (knows Dial she is discreet far bc- old Bullitl home near Philadcl-' ycnd her years. Phia. going to school nearby, car-I ed for by a staff of servant's. But' ciw *l- r !V l , nd °"- ShC lVMrS sm -! fF ™ ks French pcrlcctlv.There h slble. i, type children's clolh- litdc doubt but that <hr will be es sweaters and skirts with some nb!e to talk Russian where olcior red m them usually, serviceable folks nilphl fall it is possible simple coals and hats, Hiic picks her father will nut 1'cr' into her own clothes. "Little Red SchooMioirc" i:i Mai„ ..... ',*.*. , , " r% ' where Stalin's children and Bullitt treats his Mahler lire-i.oihcr Soviet leaders' child-en eo cisely like an adult of whom he;But whether she has a privitti is not only tremendously fond but; tutor or poes to public f\\nn\ Justly proud. He will quote Aniw's i Anni- is sure to like Moscow Fnr' opinion on this or that as seri- s he is wry iond of Ihc oiisly as -he will any grown-up's, j and m Moscow Uicy have the in'^t And his voice as he says, "Anne chiWren's theater in the who'o says—" or "Anne thinks—" re-1 wide world veals his true opinion of this child j It , s no i incor . cclvab]c tlwti as ' "' , '' "J a gesture of welcome to this lit- With her he has quite the same tie American girl the Moscow "we-are-equals" manner. He talks : Children's Theater might put on iu^i "Ti^m c; -,./• " ' +1 i itc play in the entire repertory of how little Anne will, likely as not, feel very much at home and very liappy in Moscow. Paris Urged to Erect Statue for Foch PARIS iL'I'i—Marshal I-'och yet has to be honored by a public statue in Paris. Lack of monument, honoring the .'alKMmo of the Allied forces, has been prolrslcd frequently and . m many quarters and a formal de- I mand for a statue was put before city council nfler last Armistice nay. Comicillnr rir Puymalgri?. who made the nroiest. asked Hut the statue of Ferdinand Foch be erected at once, provisionally, in any I sufficiently Oipnificd portion of the city. His critics Immediately protested, declaring that provisional iites often have been permanent ones. Erection of a statue to th« mar- l has been on the agenda of the city for a long time, tile plan being to widen and beautify the Place Balllot. at the gate of the BoK de Boulogne, for the purpose. Funds have been lacking, how- ever, and no statue has been ordered by the city. Hut Foch we'd not feel offended. Tho great Napoleon does not have QnjtLfuxl SAHARA COAL E. C. Robinson Lumber Co. a statue in the real sense of the word. Ho stands perched, dwarfish In size at the top of ft column in the austrce Place Vcndome. •"BURKE HARDWARE COMPANY" The One Price Store Sells For Less We h;ive (he Most Complete Line of Hardware in Eastern Arkansas! Not Ihc Largest, Hut the .Most Complefe. Kurke Sells For Less Why ant!' How? Oitr Overhead is Less. We fay Cash - - We Sell for Cash. We. h;tvc no (iflivcry. No porters or high ixwere<! salesmen. Obviously Why Can't We Sell for Less? It's no secret as to how and why. Come In and Kc Convinced. We Accept (he Challangc. OUR MOTTO BVRKE HARDWARE COMPANY Sells Por Less And We Have One Price To All I'm Ice Water and R«sl Rooms foi Men, Werner and Children

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