The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 13, 1941 · Page 8
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PAGE RIGHT BLYTHEVILLE, (AKTC.) COUKfER NEWS America's Sprightly Fashions Delight Foreign Screen Stars HOLLYWOOD. — A Inzy but pleasant way to see foreign fashions is to look nl the •, wardrobes that European and Latin-American s(ar.s briiiK with them when they come to Movielov;n. Looking through the 'contents of a' couple of trunks,' you ' learn' more about' style preferences, climnte and geography -than a six-month tour could teach you; More sharply.' seeing .thoir «.x- penslve fabrics and ultra-consor- j vative lines, you realize what Tlie more formal frock" is dark blue-green wool, with a turban of matching fabric and a necklace of coin .silver; a \vido, stitched bell makes a Irim waistline above the gathered skirt, narrows to a tie now in front. Seven Agencies Are Canvassing Wide Field To Find Best Prospects B.v OLIVER II. KNIGHT United Press Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON (UP) — S even governnie'ntal agencies are seeking to find and train defense workers who can keep up a steady stream of production that will make the United -States democracy's arsenal, i Dr. Ployd W. Reeves, assistant to Sidney Hillman, estimated recently that 500,000 persons will be trained for defenr-e posts during the next 10 months. The Office of Education, . Work Projects Administration, Civil Service Commission, Federal Committee, on .Apprenticeship, : Bureau of Employment:_ Security, National Youth Administration, and the Civilian Conservation Corps" are the agencies involved. Last June, Congress provided $15,000,000 for the Office of. Education LO train unemployed work- j eis referred by the WPA or by' local employment service offices to refresh/ and\imprpve 'their skills.! and employed workers referred by employers to prepare themselves for, ..better jobs. Training: Figure Rises 1 More than 240,000 persons were trained under this program from June 1 to Oct. 31, last year. ; Later, Congress appropriated $26.- COO.OOO to continue the tiaining courses during the winter months. An appropriation of $3,000,000 was made for purchase and rental of equipment, and $9,000,000 was al- loted for college engineering cours- |J es. Another $10,000,000 was provid- "< ed to train young people not in school, and the NYA received $V 500,000 to .train its enrollees under OffiJe of Education. auspices. • "Almost 50,000 WPA workers were em oiled. They leceived regular WPA wages while they were learning' manual occupations. Program in 145 I'Unts The Civil Service Commission finds labor for aimy and navy arsenals. The' Federal Committee on Apprenticeship widened its activities with the result that 145 plants now ;have; apprentice programs. .Approximately 340,000 NYA workers were taking defense training courses on Jan. 1. frock of dark blue-green wooX set Public Employment Services find off with a necklace of coin silver. The currently popular military lines feature this coat dress, worn by Swedish screen star Signe llasso. Designed by Kajsa Nerman, it is of rust wool, with a ffored, lull skirt, a uniform collar $fland rows of self-covered ' : " ' ' * SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON It Is the Reality of What Men Are | Awl Do hat Constitutes Religion .THURSDAY, FEBRUARY IS,. 1941 Text: Luke 17:1-4, 11-19 By WILLIAM E. GILKOY, D. 1). Kditor of Advance This lesson might have been called "Reality' hi Religion." It em- phusizes what Jesus was continu- I silly teaching, that it is not what jone professes to be, but what'one i is, thai constitutes one's real .faith land religion; and that it is not conventional religious rites and performances, but. actual deeds of | love and kindness, acts of Forgive- 1 ness and gratitude, that are the limits of real "faith. • Here is this matter of forgiveness. To the Christian who is in jiuiy sense.a realist it is at the very : foundation of religious . faith and | action. The Gospel which is the • very essence of Christianity is the yood 'news of God's forgiving grace .and love; and the Lord's Prayer, winch is the Christian's most es- sential expression, links the forgiveness of man with the forgiveness of God. "Forgive us our ires- passes as we forgive them that trespass against us." • t . :/ * ^Yet when we look around us and observe the masses of ' professing Christian people, how few are ready to show any real forgiveness ia the presence of some real wrong done them, or'are ready to forgive when the offender shows a repentant spirit! It was so in the time, of Jesus. So, when a disciple asked Him how often a brother should offend and be forgiven He said •'.seven times"—not meaning- just seven times literally, but teaching that in reality there was no limit to forgiveness, just as there is no limit to God's forgiving love. But repentance, Jesus indicated, is necessary to make forgiveness definite style America hns: a colorful, informal, constantly changing one. But the foreign players like ic and adopt It quickly. Signe Hasso, the Swedish stage and screen star' just imported by RKO, is delighted with Hollywood's one-piece [ cotton dresses, slacks and jackets. She had none of them, though plenty of lovely hostess gowns. It. seems that barbecue parties and, badminton b r e a k fa s t s haven't caught on in Sweden; there, you dress for the house as well as for the .street and dinner. SHE FELL FO11 A WALLABY COAT She isn't yet reconciled to western ranch clothes, though she Icund 1 denim pants and cowboy boots comlortnble on a trip through the Grand 'Canyon. But she fell man-red wallaby coat, lined with navy wool jersey and zipped up the front. And n.• full-skirted dress of jobs for the trainees by interview- 1 A wide, stitched belt makes a ing manufacturers and other em- trim waistline above a gathered bright orange wool jersey, with a ployers to asceitain their needs lor skirt. The turban is of matching round-necked gathered white *-'--'- , (blouse,, delighted-: her;, nobody ex- cept peasants wear peasant-; dresses in Sweden, I understand. The stars beautifully tailored tweccl suits have had to be packed away because they're too. heavy for California wear. To take their place this spring, she has had some lighter woolen frocks and ; coat dresses made—two of them shown here. Both are by Kajsa Nerman, a Swedish designer \vho recently established a shop in Hollywood with her artist husband, both of whom knew Miss Hasso in Sweden .SHE PKEFEKS THE SEMI-TAILORED TYPES Though she,says there, is no .particular traditional Swedish;.'''influence in either of the outfits; they definitely are what Miss Hasso'her- self likes: semi-tailored, with ? full skirts, loose sleeves and no -^ussy ! trimmings. i The coat dress of rust wool ; uses military lines, with a gored 'skirt, a uniform collar and rows'of self| covered buttons down th'ej ;si , torlice. '" •'H the\ensuing 60 days. • Prom 'June to November, employment offices placed more than 2,000,000 persons in this manner. Employment Stimulant Funds advanced by private lending; institutions under the Modernization Credit Plan, of the" Federal Housing Administration -go into immediate circulation in the form of wages and purchase of. the prod- ucts'of .the .building industry, thus providng a healthy stimulant to employment. fabric. tteocl -Courier "News warit ad£?~ 0 BELMONT EXPANDS NEW-YORK.—Belmont Park will spend $250;6op on new construe tipn for the 1941 season., A new infield tote board is to be erected, giving the totals.. In each of the three pools. PEARS, Fancy Halves in Syrup So. 2' Can 2Cc MATCHES True American High Grade COAP Crystal White for Hands or Bath TOMATO JUICE Jack Spratt 46 Oz. Can .. 2 Boxes 5c k Sale 4 for 1% £a. 17c CORN, Pride of Illinois No. 303 can ea. Sc PICKLES Sweet Dill Strips PEAS May Day Small Variety Garden Fresh CRANBERRY SAUCE Ocean Spray ..: Pints 21c . No. 2 Can 12c 17 Oz. Can 13c MILK, Swift's, the Best Sniall or 3 Lge. 21c Read,.Courier ^cw.s waot Oil/* LAST TIMES TODAY Also Paramount News i Musical ^ Comedy FRIDAY BARGAIN DAT Matinee 10c * 20c Nijht 10 C & 30c with FRED ASTAIRE & PAULETTE GODDARO Also Selected Shorts ' LISTEN TO KLCN lt;« t^m.~lt;4?> pjn.—4:30 p.m. Phone RiU 224 Phone Roxy S33 ROXY PINEAPPLE JUICE Doles : No. 2 Can lie SALT Jefferson Island H Lb. Box . 2 for 5c SPINACH Blytheville Packed No. 2 Can 2 for 15c Greeks drade A Milk Pare and Wholesome CATSUP Heinz ; _. 14 Oz. Bottle Pure 19c TOMATOES Standard Hand Packed No. 2 Can 6k PEACHES Sunny Smile-in Heavy Syrup No. 2j Can 13c OOFFFJ. laxwell I3siise, Reg or Drip . 1 ib. Tin PLUMS Baby Stuart unpitted Deluxe ..:... No. l\ Can 18c JEJLLO 6 Assorted Flavors Your Choice ". £a. 5c Facial Cleansing Tissue Baby Stuart 2C 5 Sheets to box IQc. 500 sheets 25c POTITOiS, U. 1 M Sglested 1C Ib. BAKING POWDER Calumet 1 Lb. Tin CRACKERS Fresh and Crispy KIDNEY BEANS Joan of Arc P and G Soap Giant White Bars Can 17c 2 Pound Box 15c 3 Cans 22c 6 for 22c RACOK Sliced, Rind off THURS. & FRI. 'Courageous Dr. Christian' with Jean Hersholl Dorothy Lovette LARD Loose Pare Lb. 8c BEEF ROAST Chuck Lb. 23c STEAK Round Lk 30c FORK CHOPS Lb. 20c POPKROAST Shoulder Lb. 17c BUTTER Best Creamery Lb. 36c OLEO Dixie 19c; Gem Lb. 12c SPARE RmS Lb. 15c BEEF STEW MEAT Brisket Lb. 15c CHILI Kreys 1 Lb. Rolls 22c We Deliver 104 S. Division Street Photic 184 C. L. NABERS Friday, Saturday, Monday, Feb. 14, 15 & 17 FTJNNY. BUSINESS COPR. 1M1 BV HCA SCHEME. INC. T. M. EEC. U. S. t»AT/OFF e/1'cctive. Willingness to forgive cannot'' alone effect reconciliation and restoration when wrong has been done. Wrong must be undone Insofar as the offender can undo it. But to treasure up, hate in one's heart, even against an unrepentant offender, is to make the injury to one's self all the greater. The true Christian will manifest a forgiving spirit as well as forgiveness in action. * * . * Then there is the matter of gratitude. How apt we all are to take things for granted,, failing to show either a grateful spirit or to give words of thanks. Jesus struck at ingratitude with a dramatic incident. As He went inio a village, 10 lepers met Him, standing afar oJf, as lepers were required U> do. He healed them, and in their surprised rejoicing ! they went off to see the priest and | have their cure confirmed. Perhaps jit was natural that they should' j think only of the amazing thing that, had happened and what it meant to them. .But one of the healed lepers improved, on nature. Apparently swept .on"" with his fellows, vrtien. he ".saw that lie was healed, he turned back to give thanks, glorifying- God, And he was a Samaritan—as much as to say in modern language, an outcast from orthodox religion and the church. Yet he was the man of true religion. 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