The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 21, 1941 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 21, 1941
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TURSBAY,' JANUARY 21; I<MI. BLYTHfiVTTJ,E (ARK.) Ifi IN Tfl Best Dressers Seen In Grandstands W^:ar ing; Greige and Beige Casts ; " »Y I.-U01E NKA Service. Staff Corrcspomlent HOLLY WOOD.- Tho nice.s at fanift 'Anita briny out. a lot o« jur coals. iVaihr-r hats . OIHJ .':<"<' The bo.sudrpssed movin colonel :tl t.'iM trad; usually i>. Airs. Prrd' AMhire, wh<> one day wore a wl- 1 luriuss, belled suit •;/!' black v.oo!' ^ ith a white blouse ;;r,r! a c!i i: -i mcnM Mercury-v:nu< pin. Th* hat j -• • -< jt. jifer loiHj blovul bob; '.viiii mi jitly :c-athers--a t; hou oi ! r ray-fceifc'e unr.urkd ostr'cli. with j I11.ACK U'OOl, tUTF! CEltfSK ' Am-jjiH non-mov*e wonii'n. • ( n e i .smartest cutiit I have .«c?n was! a black wool dress will; ;, cerise > tolero. and a matching ;•;;•;[ iwt ( v.-iih cerise crown and .stiu-r.'-r bri/>:' of ^hck velvet. The joweL-y woni' with, it wa.s unusual--sma)j' square j silver ti.)-i-i:p,-, initialed in script. !v ;<ncl a rieeklace of dull silver with 1 (-^5-shapec! pendants oi' simulated pearls. •' Runner-up was a .slim suit o; v.ine velveteen, with a. .saucer-j brim hat of lighter, grape-colored; 1'ell, and there was a color tie-up; in the coils'- pin oi' a .si".vet j flower enameled in grape. ' Tlie only enterprising tie-si^ei j in Hollywood, who tallowed th,-custom of Paris races and sent! models to the track on opening j day. was Mad Hatter Vicki' Lynn ' Singer Constance Moore wore one of her designs, an ofF-lhe-face camvheel of brown felt, its saucer brim painted with .small white horseshoes, and at the back of its f iow crc wn was a section of green} wool embroidery, to simulate green' turf. Miss Lynn's own hat was a 3ugler Blows "Taps" To Job r' - \. P - 1** : - * U v» i 1 PAGE THREE An/ncs Seek Air Service CANHKftRA, Aiistrolhi (UP) ~ Australia is (>olnu uir-inlndod as regards the wnr. Nnirly 40,000 men have volun tern-fid for nviation training, including- ll,5:w pilots, :M.;M) men for ground work. Dr. W. f. Mover Dentist Hlyfhcville. Arkansas Specials! Extractions - - - - $1.00 Full Upper unit Lower Plates „ $25.00 Jlv\lracflons Inctutiod) Nearly 5,000 of the pilot volunteers are in training, while 21,451 of the Kround service". :T V volunteers have- been called, ^ '.v/•./•.:•; Phoenix, Ariz., has an ordinance requiring licenses for bicycles. CALL 372 For Pancy & Slaple Groceries ami First Class, Tender Meats. FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN 'TOWN. CITY FOOD MARKET Cornrr Franklin & Ilarrttil Davis .1. 1). Limsfonl •June CoJlycr is shown in a feminine, lass-toppetl pancake modined Mexican sombrero of I v.-hilft Gracie Allen's navy felt is nautical with braid and star clip Uaci: felt, its brim-edge and band cmc.-ciciered in bright .arean and, 1 ed .•; orl. I'JFN'TV OF FUR I white polka-dotted brown silk, was !?! worn with a blouse of matching ••.ilk and a tweed suit, l have s^en a .couple of t.he super-expensive r.aradisD fox sets, and any num- beiY-pf leopard and ocelot sets, with the^bags and muffs enormous." "" T\vd all-feather hats in the same box were lovely—one 'an ashes-of- rcses turban with a circular opening at the back co show the hair, rhe ether a turquoise turban with three .small birds for trimming. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal ...... "••)• i'arty Honors Mrs. Tucker. •••' rnc-r. intr-re.stiiH; par- lies held here recently was ' tlv- f>ur table bri^* oartr tiivcn a; the home of Mrs. Robert Rushing v;hen t;lie and Mrs. Tom Hopper F.niertained with a £urprisc handkerchief .shower fcr Mrs. Charlip At bridge the high score am •••'•• -v.r.s. Tom Lewis and Mrs. Vt'lmer Campbell, .second hijh !:o ':*•'*, Th^cnn Iliomascn and Bridge swtird to Mrs. Sidney ' Miller j-. High score prizes at each tnclr- went jo Mrs. Dick Michie, Mrs. Glenn White, Mrs. Carolyn Arm- J?trong and Mrs. Gus Cooper. Mrs. Tucker received a larye asr.or-:- men: of beautiful handkerchiefs. Refreshments of home made hot tamales. crackers, apple pie with whipped cream and iced drinks were served. * * * v Partv Honors Bfrthday. Mrs. E. L. Taylor was hostess to a party, last Wednesday evening in honor of the birthday anniversary of her husband. Dr. Tay- { lor when she haci several friends! HI for the evening. | Those attending were Mr. ami i Mrs. James Atteberry, Dr. and Smartest dressed of the movie colony at the races is Mrs. Fred ArlrJro in a ccIiarJess black v:ool sfiL u:tl; r, diamond Mercury- wantl phi and hal of uncurled figc os-trich tips. That's Fred with her. M;.s. J. M. Cuiiison. Dr. and Mrs. Wiibiirn Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Julis E. Wf':dor and Mr. and Mrs. •?. E. Gocchvin. all of Charleston. ir.'.ijii;i Bruce wears a warm wool jersey dress of blue under her mink (.oyt. with a mink cap veiled in brown. .V?. also Mi-, and Mrs. Bailey Ralledge and Lee Yeager of Steele. * 1 *: Mrs. H. E. Doerner spent last \\rek in St. Louis with relatives :-nd fnonds. James Hazel has left for Evansville. Ind.. where he is employed. The little daughter born to Mr, ,ind Mrs. Lee Yeager last week ha.s ; .t^n sivcn the name of Jo Lee. ?.!:«:. Fattye Jordan has left for Memphis -A-hcrt: she has enrolled Low Rates Long Terms Prompt Inspections Prepayment Privileges LOANS Wilson and Worthington First National Bank Bldg. Blytheville, Ark. CLARENCE H. WILSON RAY WORTHINGTON •s Henry left, member of the 17th Infantry oi Fort Dlx, N J h i n 1 s t hotSdi ( . blown ench morning to. rout tils men from their beds 'oomusi£j AboVd h* ' invcntion-n raspy buzzer connected with each lent, guaranteed to wake the W!-~-ns Jjuuier Daniel Dcwov .blows • "Tnco"-' Good-:tir»ht"—to his icJ England? No—Switzerland First Aid KnVutlvi 1 FOl'tUlLSTOWN, Cnl. tUP)—Hos- pital authorities praised Pat M'an- dell lor his' knowledge of first aid. Pat first' was bltton by n centipede.- Thou he walked Into a poison oak I patch. When sweliiug began, he' nppliud all Hu» tU'.si aid he knew and then headed tor the hospital. His first aid was so effective that hi- was discharged in a few hours. The uvcraitt.' automobile travels 14 inlk-s on a gallon of BUY A FARM WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION l\\RiMS FROM SO ACRKS DP (.'ood Improvements TKRMS as low as 2()'/; <Jo\vn—10 year,s to pay—5V- interesl—prioec! to sell. Phone—Call—Write at once lo tin- McFAW LAND COMPANY >1. T. Minton, (7enerai A«:cnt, Dexter, Mo. Phone 26 for 24 hour AMBULANCE SERVICE This looks like another picture from bomb-blasted Britain. But it •isnt. It's from neutral Switzerland and. according to British censor, shows how bombs dropped by unidentified foreign aircraft ripped side of house in Basle. ' ; n Miss Wylie's School of Gom- .ncrcc:. Her lit tic daughter Fairy J .nn Hazel b visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Hazel of .Lepanto, .rk.. for a few day.s Mr and Mrs. Tom Wanner of .a! or a G-jwund daughter at ihelr rr.iuf on January 14th. ' New passenger car sales clur- )n;(. ..,}.;:t-mbL-r, -19-iu. totaled 157,- 4iy units, even' though September is rated as the poorest selling are announcing the arri- morli-j o; thi; yeai Pull the Trigger on Lazy Bowels, and Comfort Stomach, too When constitution brings on acid m- diKOStion, stomach upset, hloatlnjr, ilixr.y spoils, f-as. coated tongue, soiir tnsie am! bad brcatln, your stomach is prolxiljly "crying the. bhics" because yotir bowel", don't movo. It calls for Laxative-Senna to pull the trigger on tliosu (nzy bowels combined with Syrup Pepsin to save your touchy stomach from further distress. Fur years, many Doctors have used pepsin compounds as vehicles?, or c-ir- riers to make other medicines anrec:iblo to your stomach. So be sure your laxative contains Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Gild well's Laxative Scnmi combined with Syrup Pepsin. Sec how wonderfully the Laxative Senna walces up la?.y nerves mid inuscles in your intestines to hrlujj welcome relief from constipation. And the good old Syrup Pepsin makes this laxative tio comfortable and easy on your stomach, liven finicky children love the taste of this pleasant family Ijixatiw. liny Dr. Caldwell's Laxalivr henna at your druggist today. Try one l:«x«tiv(! thatcomfrirts yotirslomach. too. We urge you (o inquire ahoul our Burial Insurance. We offer you a tine policy at a reasonable rate. ABRAHAM GROCERY & DRY GOODS Ash & liroaclwav Phone 810 Shibley's Best Flour ^'1 H>s <i7c; 48 Ibs.... .§1.;JO; Barrel.. ,$4.!MI MEAL 2-1 Ibs 39c; SUGAR 100 Ibs.. ,. .$4.70 POTATOES, 100 Ibs.. .81.15; RICE, 10 Ibs... .3i)c DRY AIM'LKS Box 25 Ibs.. .$2.15 DRY-.1'EACHES, Box 25 Ibs.. ............. .§2.15 GREAT NORTHERN BEANS ..... 10 Ibs 49c SPAGHETTI, Box..55c; TOMATOES, Case, il.50 LIGHT BULBS 50 &:(iO watt. ...... .' .. .2 for 15e FORMERS! BE SURE TO SEE ,* ; ;VK; \® m?M '"**/ m ^i>* 'fitKK O &il. A ''*»/ fu, ' V3§£* \? '&*.'* ^aar,, .uW'fi! tPrf&i '" v i'4--j >^gr fViW *fe* * yy <**.,*, f^ j^\ 1 •&Mt X Take a trip thru oui> great land ... see its Natural Beauties; Modern Farming Methods in all sections; and MM MODERN MACHINES IN OPERATION : W-'.^ ; £ tfi&fa. mm iSi mm •yti :V*t^ W$j$$&&L.-.. : *••* iT~ i.* '<*> ff'^ji^:-/ mm ym * I A £*• *i ^m A show you just can\ afford to-BUSS. • EDUCATIONAL .ENTERTAINING for the whole family. y/4'i W& M-«»?i ••tiiit', •?&3t? V&$ VS • "if:-: See your MM dealer today DEALER He has complimentary^ tickets for you JJJ by SlneZotr Rrflntog Cwnpon* f/nc.) Agenf Smclair Refining Company (Inc.) B. J. A LLEN Phone 200 AGENT Blytheville, Ark. SEE THIS FREE 2 HOURS ENTERTAINMENT AT THE BLYTHEVILLE MACHINE SHOP Thursday, Jan. 23 — 2 P. M.

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