The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 2, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 2, 1947
Page 5
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BLYTHKVniTJ! (ARK.)' COURIER NKWS Service is Secret Of Sales Success Lecturer Stresses Need for Courtesy And Viewpoints Salespeople have opportuniti** M preat for sewice as men and women in any field of endeavor. E. C. House. New York .sales consultant, told i group of Blytheville mer- yrthants and their employes last Anight In the High School auditorium duiinK the second of a «ries of three lecturer being presented here in co-operatton with the Chamber of Commerce. He will speak again next Monday ftt 8 p.m. on the .nubject: Shifting the Gears. HI* topic last night was "Telescoping". 'The viewpoint of the sales per•on towards his work, and toward his customer Is Important and his success Is measured by the limit which he Imposes on himself, or by the manner In which he overcomes limitations," Mr, House snid. "Man may be limited by a mountain barrier, or. if he happens to b* an engineer he can overcome the limitations Imposed by thi mountain. Ignorance Imposes limitations, but where the Individual IB willing tn study the barrier can b* removed, Fear, anger, jealousy e.nvy and .hate limit ability, but man can dictate to his emotions and overcome these limitations to become a magnificient creature. . "Sales people often limit themselves but these limitations can be Overcome through couilesv, and study of themselves and their cus- ^ timers. Courtesy Is as important In »t.he store as it Is In the home and Customers feel the lack of It. ; "There Is nolhing mysterious or spectacular about learning to sell. The secret lies in all the little tilings Hint you rio. or do not rto. Study your Job. It Ls liisgcr and better than we often realize. Be courteous and pay attention to your customer and find some of tile satisfaction that is to be found ••• -!n working and living. Exercise your ability: Increase your personality and increase your value to your employer, and to your community," Mr. House suggested. CINDERELLA C*iUnn«4 tram r» (l 1. C.ruthersvill*. Mo., second; mother- daughter combination. Mr«. T. R Watson of Armorel, first, Mrs. G. Vlnson. second. Those made by 4-H club girls which were to be modeled were: nous* dresse*. Bonnie Helens of Stuttgart, first unrt second: »tre«t dresses. Judy Brooks of Blytheville. first. Btllle Lou Endres of Stuttgart, second. ' Other modeled prize-winning entries. In a division open to anyone, were: house dresses, Mrs. R. Gray, first. Mr». Wade Manley of Senath, second; street dresses. Mrs R. Gray, first. Mm. Annie R. Mackey of Jonesboro. second; evening dresses. Mrs. T. R. Walson. first. Mrs. B. J. Swain of Memphis, second; mo- Iher-daughler combination, Mrs. R. U Parker of Maynard. first; Mis. H. H. Plgmon of Caruthcrs- villc. second; children's dresses. Mis. R. Gray, first, Mrs. T. R. Watson, second. Additional divisions In Ihe "Cotton Bags" contest, tn which a- warrts lolaled 1300. were for household linens, bed spreads and miscellaneous articles Winners In these classes were: Mrs, Howard Mayo of Ponlotoc. Miss., first, Mrs. Leon Morris of Diaz, second: bedspreads, Mrs. S. E. McCook of Lone Oak. first, Mrs. A. J. Hosier of Tuckerman, second; miscellaneous, Mrs R. Oray. first. Mrs. R. L. Robinson of Senath. Mo., second. Judges [or the contest were Mrs. George Bunch. Mrs. Freeman Robinson and Miss Elvira Sellers. of * e Courier NewslSx Departments Price Controls Threatened as A Last Resort WASHINGTON. Oct. 2. (UPl — President, Truman had before him today a warning from his top economic' advisers that if everything else falls the administration Till, have to consider re-fmposition of food price controls and rationing. ; The warning came from -Dr. Edwin O., chairman of president's Council of Economic. Advisers. Nourse yesterday submitted lo the president the council's third quarterly report for the year. He said lie hoped the President's food conservation program would help to reduce too-high prices. The council made no specific recommendations for curbing inflation I'wcept to urge extension of consum- T er credit 'controls now scheduled to end Nov. 1. But Nourse told reporters that "if the situation becomes sufficiently acute the return of ration- Ing and price control would have New Theater Manila's Finest Shows EVERY NIGHT tm Opens We«k Days 7:(M p.i» 1 Matinee Satnrrtijr It Sunday Sat.-Son. 1 p.m. C«nt Showlni Russians Confess Publication of Unsigned Reports MOSCOW. Oct. 3. (UP1—A New York dispatch to the newspaper Pravda said today that letters from Americans praising the warmonger speech by Andrei Vishii\sky were pouring into Soviet headquarters at the United Nations. The dispatch was a joint production of Boris Ir.aknv and Yuri Ztuikov, ON correspondents lor Pravda. Most of the letters were unsigned, the correspondents reported. 4 Pr r i stair -needed •paper which and the alhe 2 ' meml)CI<R ° r Unulype Opcialor Courier News | Oprntor Six departments CU.irtf H. llftd, altir necessary to publish it modern ICiiTUliiiuin Depavtmmit, v-J5f>* r»i w. n..i fllercolyccr _• _; • ]_.__• ;_ __' . I of. two men; the Business Office witli a staff of three; the! -c«M.rt«c N«n rhXM. i* Accidents do not happen. They j are caused by and from ness. (o be considered — we couldn't let It drift.** TODAY 'KEEPER of the BEES" with chael Dnane and Gloria Henrj- Selected Shorts Friday "HI, NEIGHBOR" with Foy Acuff SelettCT) Shorts Saturday LONE STAR RIDERS' with Charles Starrett Also Short SnhjwU JUTZ ^THEATRE Manila, Ark. I TODAY "SCARED TO DEATH" : (In Ttchnlcolor) : with Bel* Lu»osl unil Hnuelas Fr»wl«j News and Musical Short CHAPION' Continued from Tune 1. able. micro])bone for .-sin^Dn WMC in Memphis as KLCN presented broadcasts from Ihe field. The crowd, which.increased greatly in the afternoon with the closing of ninliv Blytliev.ilJe stores and the dismissal of schools, WB.S enter- in inert by music . furnished by the high schnol'btiml. led by Bnndi.ins- tcr KrrJ Wartcnpfuhl; Don HownnL nntl his "Sinliln 1 iiillbllllM.' 1 and the " We.'stfrnaiiT.'i. rn^vboy from .slntinti WLS in Cliiengo. T. F. tDoci DC tin wn.i inn.stor of ccroinoules during the morning pro^ritm. StnLpn rcprcsL'iUtuI h; r.ic contest this mo L*/; ing In addition In Arknn- sas were.Tennessee, Mississippi. II- 1 llnois, Louisiana. Alnbamn, Mlruaurl. ! Oklnhomn, '1'ex.i.s, Michigan and '• Kentucky. i JnyrOcs Host at l.imchron : Nearly 200 Jnycees, uu- :nr?ssnien and contest j:uc.sus heard Col. Flen; drix Liickey oi LHUc Hock, executive director of the Arkansas Rc- L.•sources und I>ovclopinenl.s Coininis- i .sion, .spcuk i\t a Inticbcon held in ! the Hotel Noble. James Roy, hn- tncdLnte past, president, of the Jny- cee club herc,.WE\A ton.stinnstor And Friday * Saturday ''BIG CALIBRE" wl(h Bob Sf«el* CarlfMin and 4th Chnpier "Purpl* Monsl#r Striken" Gef Thousands of Extra /Wiles ,i^v At your FORD DEALER'S Now! Stnlc Rep. L H. Aiilry of BUrtlcltc introduced Colonel Lackey. .luhitns numerous oilier dlgni- tnrle.i litre lodily were Clny Wjl- llnms of LIUlc Hock, itUarnuy-Brn- rrnl (or Hie Slntc of Arkansas; Jatnr-.s Dunn, formerly o[ Osceoln, assistant aUorncy-gencrnl; ntid Cole Ward of Memphis, [omierly of Dl.vthcvllle. im offlclitl of tlie Duck- eye Oi\ Mill Co, Among former winners competing In (lie field tht.-> morning were Eti- PMW Shinaull. of Uclroll, Mich.' last: .vonrVi first place winner; Mrj. '.Hel- pu I'oole of Lrnchvllle, womcii'is'dl- vlslon ivlnnei last yeur; «i,rt Hnr- old Mnson of Scnnlli, Mo., who won the cliumplomhip In tile contest In 1040. • • Todny'A aclli'lllcs were precefleil by two lire-contest cveiitii ..iMt, nlfiht. 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