The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 3, 1938 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 3, 1938
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MONDAY, JANUARY 3, 1938 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE s pvlmarlly. Dr. Prank's man, mill hat among Ills plans Is one which jrovldcs for Dr. Frank's becoming president of the United Stntcs. Hut. Ilic really Imi»rta»t inside ntws about tlio parly is Hie fact tli:it Uuidoii, despite Die SI. Louis doing.-;, Is now to be regarded by informed politicians its at least as> =U-onu a Republican leader as Hcowr, if not move so. Landon achieved tills Uy two bold, spectacular strokes: 1 ills lint, assertion In Wash- thai he would not accept For First Time Since Elcc- _ „„ tion'He Seems To Over- the O.O. P. nomination^ in shadow Hoover even in the '"remote contingency" thin it was olTcrcd him. 2 His publicized assurance to President Roosevelt that he woMld "land by him in matters of inter- when. --- "••" By RODNEY DUTCHEK WASHINGTON, Jan. l.-Ilc )iliul Republican scenes the chiaf national policy, ,,,„,.„,:,,= development of the last few weeks to Landan,. i>«rlisan coutluoiauos lias been the iiroercss of AH M. ti-.ould be forgotten. Uimlon to a position where his H Was a *w rai. influence in the parly now eqiwls The rcccm! declaialion »js a and perhaps exceeds that of for- "..uturul." bound to excite popu- iiiir President, Herbert Hoover. I lar admiration and acclaim. <-<- in this contest for power lx'- i;,in cllitr Repnbiicans who slnit- Heen tlie deftatctl pn-sldcnilal ul to pooh-pooh the L^'idon ijc-.,- cnndiditle of 19:iC snd the defeat- Ulf(: stopped dead In their tiack.s ed preslcntinl canldale of 1'J.W. as they realized that I-andu , n- landcn started from bi-hind and unticin-ay cr 'otherwise, had to- fo!! even further behind after uitti idined his position as a pit au. or two false- starts. | figure. His handicap lay In the fact! Mt , im M..ile. Landon s renunciu- that Hoover's influence was mo;e lfc: , of another nt munition .ins important In the G. O. P. nation- |» u | the dual effect or puu n = al committee and unions tiie no- Kcover. in a hole, and ol r.n«.in« litical henchmen Hoover had at- London u allying point for most ti-acted to himself in eight years ot her Republican aspirants rinu as secretary of commerce :ind ,..nll-Hocverlles. Until Hoover roi- four as president. Although there . csvs London's lead he will be a "never \vas any fvlcndllnefs be- lni . gc t for cat-culls of those who lv;ecn the two men, the llrst oi>?n i ns isl he is plotting for anouioi breach came when Hoover cam- Hoover nomination, panned industriously for u na-' unjust as.such accuastlons nns tional party convention this be> Hoover has been nianeuyerec and Landcn declared against it. into n position where it will •,.. Two Speeches Made difficult for him to regain last leadership of the' party by n:l-' ero uiKl until he says that he, also, Itadershi op fthe party by uJ- will refuse a nomination if ten- dressing a "mass meeting" or ail clercd. Rcpublracn voters by radio in an' — —— attack on the Roosevelt aOmims- tralion. The speech fell fiat und § J g n Language USCd -• "" ™^eirXn 8 Sj In Teaching English [ a speech which seemed to help' him more than it hurt. DOWN go prices on Peuney's White Goods.. . making this January the best chance you've had in years to save! Penney's took full advantage of new low costs to see to it that YOV get full benefit. We paid less so YOU PAY LKSS1 Hut even with lower prices Penney's Quality is higher than ever. Our famous Testing Laboratory took care of that. Science okays the quality... YOU'LL Q. K. THE BARGAINS , '-^rri Extra Large! TERRY TOWELS Combined innuence of Landon, the bulk of the Republican congressional minorities, various wculd-be 1940 nominees and others who suspected thai Hoover's convention proposal was designed 1 to build lip the ex-president for another n o in i n a t i o n, proved enough to beat the convention proposal when the national committee met ,al Chicago. Some carefully timed blasts by important Republican figures, who NIG BARGAINS! MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS 57 c Popular new patterns. Fast color fabrics, non- wilt collars, seven button fronts—All sixes. 25 Blades & Razor Both WASH CLOTHS 3 «4l« fox 10 PHILADELPHIA (UP) — Sign language is used In teaching the beginners' ebbs in English Tor the loreign-born at a South Phlla jlphia neighborhood center. Miss Sonia Podjar teacher of the WPA sponsored class, found that her pupils of many nationalities best understood the point- aml-talk method of learning English, translations being impossible with the polyglot group. important rteimunnui ^e^if, •',—i Fish do not sleep, but will fre- are undeniably anti-Hoover, fore- j quen i.i y remain quiet in a stream ed a compromise by which it \vas, or p 00 l for considerable time. nirreed that the national committee's executive committee TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY should choose a very large committee of representative Republicans to draft a party statement of policy' The Hoover Inflaencc Republicans "in-Congress are riot KcJJUUllcailij ill-xjvii5ii-3J «*»- -.--, impressed by ilhe makeup :of this nui. new polios' cbmrnittee, to judge from their private comments. They . feel thai the executive commit- Position Wanted Middle aged unencumbered la:l desire.s housework; companion or nurse. 'Good references. Free to travel. Mrs. Clara Fetties, 900 Wal- 3-pk-G FOR RENT i or 3 room unfurnished upart- , tv - , ment, private bath, for couple. tee is dominated by the Hoover j( e!lson able. 911 West Walnut. 3-pk-C influence and that the Hoover in- fiucncc was quite strongly felt during the selection of the policy committee and its chairman, Dr. FOR SALE For Sale, nice 6 room stucco residence located 512 N. First. Bargain, small down payment. Also Glenn Frank. Their pain over the belief that &....., - ,--- nr Fr>nk Is really a "Hoover $135 Singer Console electric sew»,an" if not actually a Hooding machine for $50. Mahogany choice is assuaged somewhat by a dining room smh! $1750. Call 120, ' sincere conviction that Dr. Frank UAL1TY SHOE SHOP. Beware From a common cold NO matter how many medicine:; you have tried for your common coiigh, chest cold, or bronchial irritation, you can get relief now with Creomulsion. Creomutsion not only contains the soothing elements common to many cough remedies, such as Syrup of White Pine Com- pound'Kith Tar, and fluid extract of Licorice Root, but it also has iluu extract of Ipecac for Its Powerful phlegm loosening effect, fluid extract of Cascara for its miltl laxative effect, and, most important o all Becchwood Creosote, perfectlr blended with all of these so that i •will reach the source of the troub.c from the inside. Creomulsion can b taken frequently and continuous! by both adults and children will remarkable results. • Thousands of people, who reall know their drugs.* USD Creomulsio in their own families, realizing tha this excellent preparation aids na lure to soothe the inflamed mucou membranes, to heal the irritate tissues, and to loosen and expel tn That Hangs On erm-laden phlegm. Druggists also ;now the effectiveness of Beecn- •ood Creosote and they rank Creo- uilsion "tops" for coughs because ou get a real dose of Creosote in Creomulsion, emulsified so that it is palatable, digestible, ana active In joint' to the very seat of the trouble. Creomulsion is generally found satisfactory in the treatment of coughs, chest colds ami bronchial rritation, especially those stubborn ones thai start ns just n common coUl and hang on for dreadful days •md nights thereafter. Even if other remedies have failed, your druggist is authorized to refund every cent of your money if you arc not satisfied with the relief obtained from the very first bottlo of Creomulsion. Don't worry through another sleepless night—use Creomulsion. •> Creomulsion is one word—not two and it has no hyphen in it. Ask for it plainly, see that the name oh the bottle is Creomulsion, and you'll ge the genuine product, and the relie that you want. (Adv.) GIRLS! ENROLL HOW! Modern Beauty School Classes Start ing Jan. 3rd. Teaching all phases of Ueaiily Culture and meeting all requirements for licensed operators '" Arkansas and Missouri. Modem Equipment-Competent Instructors Special Courses fot Young Men and Barbers Low Enrollment Fee For full details call at the Eagle School of Beauty Culture Cooper Hldg-, 2nd & Walnul Blylhcyillc, Ark, | Super Thin blades plus a .fine razor] A.fe'KhityalueJ. Here's a bargain! 12 inches square of firm terry cloth in plaids or stripes. Slock up! _ 195, • WAS 23c YD. i i Sturdy quality un- S \ bleached muslin. 81 inch, jj !•••»••••*••••••••••• Union Suits Great CC|f» Value*! ^^** Priced low for savings! I Good quality ribbed cotton union suits — warm and serviceable! MEN'S WOOL DRESS B«0e We CASES B IOC : »«*., .%. gt stnooth, • snowy white! 42" x 36". J Firm double loop w«av«j mean* extra ab- •orbency! Solid colon, check or stripes. MH»»»UII B ttolMdwd MwUn S ||DuroS ects Priced jar Saving*! 1L 59c WERE 79c f!l"x99"—full double bed. size! Sturdily, yet smoothly woven—they've strong • selvages! TJ^e more you buy, the more you save! \ ^ZJ *wv . j They're strong. _5 BK ?*^ • TB. • WASlOeVO. * 5 It's the famous Belle hie 5 I brand! Stock up! 39". j •••••^•••••••••••••••M \ WIZARD CASES B PANTS . \\ P- ' (i.'J".\9!)" Sheets . were 87e Now 75c V 72"x!>!>" sheets . were 8!)c Now 77c Hl"x!l9" sheets . wtre il.'ie Now 7i)c 81"xl«8" sheets . were 1.10 Now « ; le <12"x,'M" cast's ........... ' ..... were 2:ic Now lite 81" bleached sheelinj; .... was Me Yd. Now 2!)c Yd. 81" unbleached sheelini!; . . was Me Yr. Now 28e Y«l. •12" pillow tublinK ...... was 2^c Yr. Now l!)c Yd. WASHCLOTHS B s @ 5L | B Double terry clolh in sol- • • id colors or borders. • •••••••••••••••••••••B SQUARES $1.88 Close-outs of high priced Pants. New styles- new woolens. MEN'S & BOYS' LEATHER JACKETS $3.00 Close-out of 27 high priced pig grain Leather Jackets, Fancy Backs, Zipper Fronts, in Black or Brown—All sizes. ••MM ONLY AT PENNEY'S! BOYS' OVERALLS " Approved quality! Buy u Economical in Price . . . f/igA in Quality! t ™w arH «ive! 42"x36". S ._. . , _^ S NEW maleriairWasKed, B • bleached and shrunk! 34" • now and save! 42"x36". S Durable for restanrant • 5 and household use, • MB ••••••••«••••••••• B • S Bedspreads • [ @ 69c 1 Z An ' exceptionally 1 o W 5 * price for these attractive J B crinkle stripe V -spreads. » 5 Size 80"xlOS"/ m ••••BHBBBBJiaBBBBBBBVBB r BVBBBnmBBIBBBBBBB ' BAMDKEBCHHSFS * 1 Favorite* Bleached Muslin 8 V4* Ttt. WAS lOc IA iplcndid quality—Belle [isle brand. 36 inches. •MM DIAPERS 27 by 27-inch SJ* Good quality Birdseye weave diapers. Soft—absorbent! Nent narrow hems. Convenient 27 by 27 inch size. Stock up now—count your savings! Terry Towels Belter value than usually found at this low price! Convenient sizes for many uses! Solid colors, plaids or striped borders! DISH TOWELS ; Part (J^ ! Una.! • 9 >'"' ! Bleached white, with col- 11 oted borders. Hemmed! , 34c Heavy weight—6 pock• ets—All sizes. ••MiM^BB NEW LOW PRICE! MEN'S 151G MAC WORK SHIRTS 69 c Were 7'Jc Heavy weight, full cut. Triple stitched seams, all sizes in Blue or grey. £ Ceneronsly sized! All- a • winte sturdy cotton! Buy*! [ Bedspreads • 1.44! PENCO ! Rayon land ^c i qnaid designs in beantifal " j soft colors. Size 8*"xlQ5". i MEN'S MOLESKIN WORK PANTS Now $ s l -59 Were $1.89 Tough, 9!/2 oz. Jlole- skin for extra service. ITOWELINC: 10jL3dc » Put ftwiiwidi SHEETS and CASES 42".x3(>" cases Were 29c Now 2oc ftftf G3"x99" sheets were 1.15 now 1.00 ^f£$t) i 72"x99" sheets were 1.23 now 1.10 ^£rtC$t* 91".\99" sheets were 1.29 now> iZZ^ 81"xl08" sheets were 1.39 now 1.25 Thinly Double Loops for Greater Abforbency! Terry Towels £ Buck Towels S • AH while" cotton or 'with , « colored borders! 18 by 34 • • iiu Hemmed, ready to use. J 5 Priced to save! ( • •••••"••""••••••• w "'' •••••••••••••••••••••• 5 Handkerchiefs • S White &*. " • Cotton ' MEA., • 5 Soft, all-while handker- S I chiefs, hemstitched hems! £ •••••••*•••»»»••••• ••»m«««B«»m««Bm«jntBiniB i Bedspreads ] ~ l-oo For 1 atCractiTeness," r prac- j • tical economy, here's your • S buy! Rayon'and cotton. 3 B 0n ^" mtSU? '- •* V m •••••••••••••••••••••• ••••••••••»•«•••*•••••, BBBBBBBBB«BB«»««"""-i :PERCALES| r SHOE CLEAN-UP 150 1'AIR WOMEN'S DRESS SHOES $1.00 P, Odd lots and broken sizes of shoes that sold as high as §3.98. tFUiuiclelte 12c Sturdy! In white, solid col ors j>r_sh-i pes . _3» mm^fm Cladio PERCALES Fait-to-K'tutungl So Low 4 fVt ' Priced! AWTO.! Excitement a-plenty here!' A grand array of smart' prints—a new assortment of solid colors! Be wbe! Buy now! Save!" I RAG RUGS Site 24".x 45" They'll fit in beautifully everywhere! _Gay plaids.. REPR1CED FOR QUICK SELLING -, 33 ONLY LADIES' COATS $3.88 Fiir trimmed and sport styles. Out they go at this new low price. Absorbent and serviceable! They'll give splendid wear! Choose either checks, solid colors or colored striped borders! • • • .I • Roido-dtluxt+-a nation• aljy famous percale! Ex- • J cellent washibilily. New S • palterns. Preshrunk 36". • BBBBBBBBBBBBMBBBJlMM i •••^^•••••••••••••^••^^^^^^^B^BBBBBB^PB'B™"^^^^^^" Tested Quality at a Money-Saving Price! WIZARD SHEETS ^ — ^^^V«B«^ - .1... I 1 Unbleached Muslin WAS 7c W. grand quality for such i low G« here early for your It'« Parhetr, LL-W. PENNEY'S J. C. PENNEY COMPANY, Incorporated Bleached Muslin WERE 79e Imagitie, foil double bed size sheets a I a price like this! Slurdily, yet smoothly woven— they've strong selvages. The more you buy, the more you save—stock up nowi 8rx99". WAS Penney'* finn, ekwdy wo»enl Honor brand mud in! Itll uke : long, hard wear. 36 inch. ENTIRE STOCK LADIES' WINTER HATS 44c Regardless of former price •• Wash Frocks Through the day-time hours and for months to .come yool! delight m wearing them! They're tub-fast—they're 6ofg*"*- PENNEY'S 1. C. frENNEY COMPANY, Inco. v o ra!.-d

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