The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 16, 1941 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 16, 1941
Page 7
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1941 BLYTHI3VTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Axis Crushed Their Nations-They Fight On Their Country Is Conquered-But They Are Not FACE SEVER Czechoslovaks—Still Fighting "Aux armes^ Citoyens" goes the .clarion call from under the proucl tricolor' of France. The bugler is attached lo Free French aiding British on the African front. Demonstration Club News Notes New. .Chairman Named : Chairmen of, committees-for the Yarbro Home -.Demonstration - club TfcfgTiwi-were -fiamed at, a •"meetirig of the'-club Tuesday ' afternoon' at ilic home of Mrs. Paul Bynim. Fifteen members and two visitors. Mrs. J. P. Ramey and Mrs. C. T. Shamlin, were present. The chairmen ure as follows: Mrs. Arch Lindsay, home grounds; Mrs. Paul Byrum. gardening; Mrs. J. E. Krech, poultry; Mrs. Moore, home daily; Mrs.. Spencer Bunch,, .foods and nutrition; Mrs. Aubrey Chapman, '..homeindustries; Mrs. P.. Willis;' clothing.;. Mi's.- -'Eiy "ri'e's't French, home, : furnishings- Mrsi Victor Mallory, - home man- agemenc; Mrs. Ellis Wheeler, recre- 'alion; Mrs. R. A. Copelami food ! preservation; Mrs. Gene • McGuire (child welfare: Mrs. Clyde 'Games' j beauty, health- an dhygiene; Mrs. ]B. A. Bugg. song leader. Roll call was answered with each member's telling of one improvement -she plans to make during the New Year. I Mrs. Shamlin Avon the prize ctur-, l: mg. I ^the--. 8 ociaU.houi-- for. giving the [ best household hint. The "hostess served a salad plate with coffee.. The next meeting will be Jan. 28 at the home of Mrs. .Chapman. Mis. French and Mrs. Gaines will also be hostesses. Toy Train Club Forms; All Members Are Men LINCOLN. Neb, <UP)—Christmas still is far away but about 30 Lin- vCOlrv. men.^.have ; toy electrio-.t«ims on their minds almost continuously. The men have organised Take a Good Look at that price! ONLY $25 MORE FOR AN EIGHT IN ANY MODEL! "Model Railroad Club," not because of their sons, but because they have failed to outgrow their Jove for model trains. nf-them ouilti their own locomotives, boxcars and coaches to the exact scale of real trains. ^Members who use ''store equipment" are called "Un platers." Once Prominent Europeans Are Given Monies And New Start By College PHILADELPHIA <UP) .- jiavor ford Collie has b.-i'oni.- » huvon lor 30 mi'ii mul women o!' prominence In Em-opt'. Urluivi'i-s ifom mi lions swept by W! ir or ravi.shrd »uifi women -ami one' il-year-old —him? round m>w homes HI the school. IM Iho yroiip' lire lawyers, iml- proiV.ssors. u sculptor. ;i Oftmuui poet widely-known for his truaslation of American nc^ro vor.s(f, tlu- former lioniimusier of Vionnu's larg.'.sL hiifh school, and Spanish cu.stom.s service offldul who miiijht his ctiimiry's lun«utiau to British generals nl cilbrliliur. Most oi ihem luive n.'."eiv«,'(l ;ul- vmtced ties-fees. Many wei-ft honored by \heir' I'.overntnenLs in the iiuy.s before u "iu'w order" nro-so. Today 15 of this group live lo- Kethcr in one campus home. Tlie others live in the home.s of Huver- ford I'acully member.s. But Hu» en- Lin; group lm.s joined in orgnnl/lng Uu> Co-0|H;nilive College Workshop, designed by the exiles to hulp them .serve (he community while thoy are bpromlny tidjtistod to l heir new lives. Their Amerieanh'.uUon is beiim speeded by the joim, efforts of the Friends Service Committee, which nn-imsed for their homes nt the colleRe. the Maverford Friends Meeting, nnd students and iaslruc- BACKACHE, LEG PAINS MAY BE DANGER SIGN Of Tired Kidneys lors ut Bryn Mawr and Haverford colleges. The exiles also visit classrooms in nearby schools to "discover" their adopted land further And while they moot Jn frequent seminar discussions tit Havcrfonl, one of four refugee centers established by the Frleud.s Committee ui the United States and Cuba, they .scarcely ever discuss the war. "America Juts «lwi us hope find <:ouriiKu,"Mlu! refuKecs explain. "At l«ast we ure out in the open air, free of the suffocating- .smoke of Eurrpe'.s incesssuit wnrs. We enjoy this .so much we hardly ever talk about the war amon^' our.selvo.s." City Tax Rates Rise As Population Falls DETROIT costs more dtlo.s witli in .If bftckiii-liG ami !,-„ ,„»[,« aro , Ull kin K ,.,>„ nnsirrBhto.iloii Ljustcomnkhmiul do luillii.ijc ubout them. Naluro iimyU warning you t),,a your khhiuyH nml nttonUon. J Jio kjiliijvya ure Nature's chief wny of iftkini: cxccia ncida and powonoiw w,u,to out of 11« Don't wuiU ,\tk your drujiKik for'noui'/H Jib, u f «Hl Harmfully by luidfonH for ore i<> ?f» .-,!' 1 , oy Kfl }'9, htt PI>y «'l'«f »nil will hull) MIC It. i. iJcH nf lu<!n«y tulHa, flush QuL , )ol , . oua w«M« from thu Lloocl. G«L iiounVIM W (UP) - u apparently to hold property iti declining populations inu municipalities «osinu K. Mohaupt of the Wayne University .school of pnbUe affuiivs and .social work rws ksuod u progress repc-rl showinji' thnt assessed valuations have declined Pull the Trigger on Lazy Bowels, and Comfort Stomach, too When constipation Mn K s on :1 dc| in- cliKoAtinn, sto.nucl, llp ,s,a. |,U>ati» K , di/ "y spoils, KHS.coau. ( | n«, K i,,. |Sim| . lasLcim'l l>n<l bre:, i, your I 8 i, ro b:ih|y the blucK" boc:msc yotir bowels ;! tc:in8for '-««'tiv«.Sc,,m ir, KHor On lhosc la 1)0 Ji( with Syrup Pepsin to save ynur toucliy sioinueh from further distress. 1- or years, many Doctors have used- peiwm ciuupounds as vehicles, or nir- ncrs to make other medicines ^reenblo to your stomach. So be sum your iaxa- ive rOMiains Syrup Pepsin. i, 18 i sl ' ntl Or Caldwell s Laxative Senna combined with Syrup Pepsin. Sou how wonderfully I lie Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves ami muscles m your intestines to brim' welcome relief from constipation. And the wood old Syrup Pepsin makes this Inxalive yo comfortable and easy on '' yoiir stomach. Even fimclcy children I the tnstc of HUH pleusanL family ! Inxatut. liny I),-. Caldwell's Laxative ' Iscmia at your clni KK isL today. T ry one l»x:>t>ve that cnmfortR your Btomach too as tax rates rose In urban centers generally, but that those with 'declining populations increase tax levies more rapidly than cities with -g- populations. . _ Courier News want ads Worry of ~~~ FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating Don't be embarrassed by loose false teetlv. slipping, dropping or wabbling when you eat, talk or jaugh. Just sprinkle a little PAS- TEETH on your plates. This plea - KQnt powder give.s a remarkable of, added comfort and security by" holding; plates more firmly. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling, it's alkaline (non-acid). Get any drug .store. Adv. 4 Cream Deodorant V safely Stops Perspiration 1. Docs not rot dresses, Joes not irritate skin. 2. No waiting to dry.Can beused right after shaving. : " 3. Instantly stops perspiration for 1 to 3 clays. Removes odor; from perspiration. • 7 4. A pure, whitc,grcaseless,sfain- Jess vanishing cream. 'C ; 5. Acrid has been awarded the Approval Sea! of the American. Institute of Laundering for being harmless to fabrics. 25 MILLION jars of Arrid t*vab«eri8old.Tryajartodflj'' Al (uUol.t Phone 26 for 24 hour AMBULAKCE SERVICE We to inquire about our Rurial Insurance We offer you a fine policy at a reasonable rate. COB8 FUNERAL HOME HERE IT ISJfOUR GUIDE TO -/^ ,ts THE 1941 QUALITY CHART ^^^^^^^_^^^^ ^ ^ *i s J ^^™ Leading H igh -p ric ed Cars in Cars Compare in tye Z2 Important Features Found hi High-Priced €»«„ miHO«THHAS2l /** *2895 CAR '2595 CAR '1594 CAR LOWEST-PRICED PLYMOUTH LOWEST-PRICED CAR"2" LOWEST-PRICED CAR "3" YES YK YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES NO YES YES YES YES YES YES YES NO YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES YES NO YES YES YES YES NO YES YES YES YES NO NO YES YES YES NO YES YES YES NO NO YES YES YES YES YES YES YES NO YES YES YES NO 22 OF-ALL 3" LOW-PRICED CARS, PLYMOUTH IS MOST LIKE THE HIGH-PRICED CARS! A GENERAL MOTORS MASTERPfECE L " xk " T <»-p«t°"S" Two-Door Sedan $874* tires «/«) - ---„.„, v .,i,^,j oa ^ nioi mtii Pontiacs 3irc "Torpedo'' £~ S KKrnte™h to^"™'™ 1 <° °^ n ^ " *° u ' n P lanni ^ does. That is easv to unde Pon - V «T W "/ S °° n ' hC - SUre ( ° C ° nsider a 5tand. Pontfac look, Hk a lot rfeh o 1°^°- Il 'f bmk n ' 8ht a " d pn ' Ced of money. And the luxury of its Fisher body * J m ° re f ° r y ° ur money ' adds definitely to that impression. PON , T M^ P 3I CES BEG hN" AT $323 FOR TFIE DE I. reality, however, Pomiac prices arc within ^ZL^T" ?* BUS ' NESS COUPE sach of x,,,« ««„, ^. i *Vi__. . . xinin Delivered at Pontiac. State tax, optional equip. merit, accessories~-pYtrsi PI-//-/.C <»;,;,»,.* *^ _t -- -.-.^ —. »_^ ^.u^vi'. i hey ucgxn at -8 and progress upward in very easy stages. . ax, ona equp. merit, accessories-extra. Prices subject to change without notice. * Phone 1004 LANGSTON-WROTEN CO. 5 - Walnut and Broadway ww ms «*. win wr uw • mm*m Blythevillc P RICEDas they now are, it's worth money to you lo compare Plymouth with the "other 2" low-priced cars on the 1941 Quality Chart before you buy! You'll see big differences in size, comfort, safety and long-life engineering! You'll see that 1941 high-priced cars resemble each other in 22 . important features. And Plymouth aIoneof"All3"low-p_ricedcarsgives you a majority of these features! It will pay you to ride in this new Ply mouth'.Discover how new High- Torque engine performance and new power-gearing give you new mastery of the road— with less shifting. Enjoy the riding smoothness of a 11 7- inch wheelbase! See your Plymouth dealer — ride in a new Plymouth, and you'll buy jtj - *^ SEE THE NEW PLYMOUTH COMMERCIftl CARS! Visit your nenrby Plymouth Dealer's January Used Car Clearance— get a good buy lnto model Plymouth used car has more modern, fine- BUYS model new cars! Tune in Major Bowes, C.B.S., Thursdays, 9-10 P.M.. tS.T. I .1 LOOK AT 1941 PRICES OF "ALL 3" I Plymouth ts lower-priced than the "other 2"on"many models! And it's easy to buy! Plymouth Division of ChrysIerCorpotation. PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT MQTiCE AND YOU'LL

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