The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 20, 1941 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 20, 1941
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JTHURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1941 California's'Own Fashion Show Previews Spring S\S.^rr™Titttr tl ! n °? " rlVe '° e ™ *™™»-^™« *«« American-mad, lasmom ore some thlr ,IT ,H , u 5 ' Sm ' e ' The phot05 sllown toe ' modeli:tl "? '«>"* »r«n actresses Coast " e ,t amol tot,;' ^'f"}"'^ "^*'on ™ure 5 " style show h, HoU 5 ,vood C created for "tar, 1LT, , particular tone-informal clothes' for sport and play. Originally """clt^A^tt'ouSS^^fr^r- tey have ions *•"* made their imp ™ s "»™™ dress for "heir leisuve hou r T f* °" *"""*" gaVe " llr pr ° m ' Se " lat lvh<> " ineu leisuie liouis, Oaliiornia's anginal styles .will continue tops. BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS HIGHLIGHTS FROM LATEST BOOKS Students At Pcnn Test A-Typc Virus For Flu PHILADELPHIA (UP)—Medical Two of the smartest spots outfits spotlighted' at c lifornia's great At left, above, Marguerite Chapman mode's Cole-oi- California', jersey with a jerkin striped in white, orange and ° strte 'nircrtp -C",M n , nf h ^ 6 ° ra " Se S " K Harlan Cozad Mclntosli has written a strange ^ort of story in "This Finer Shadow" (Dial: $2,15). It is the sort of boDk you won't care to talk about when your maiden aunt is in the room— perhaps not even when you're chinning with The. Boys at a smoker. It is Mr. Mclnto&h's first book— and his last. Discouraged by repeated attempts to sell his manu- j script, ho committed suicide hi New | York last August, just before the! book, was finally accepted by aj publisher. The strain that, made' him leap from a Manhattan sky-! scraper is weitdly apparent in the pages of "This Mner Shadow." | It is the story of Martin, a young man of amazing candor, aware of his own limitations and courageous enough to experiment with the most obscuro crevices of his mind. His companions are Rio, whom lie met when they sailed together; Roberts, an employment counselor; Denne, a \vtrlo\v, and Carol and Drew, two vague young men. i It is a .strange circle of friends | —one that must inevitably p.ocluce explosive reactions. Deane nnd Martin are In love with each other, but that isn't enough for Martin. He cannot accept life externally, j He must probe deeper and deeper, becoming more and more convinced of its futility— yet never daring to stop his fruitless search. Carol is murdered one night in Martin's room. Martin didn't do it —he wasn't even there. But he knows who did. And he knows, too. at that mpmem, that he has explored too thoroughly human emotions which can end only in tragedy—emotions that won't fit into any established pattern ' of society. There are .parts of the book you may not understand— perhaps, like the author, you must be on the brink of suicide 10 understand them. Generally, it will depress you. and it will probably open a new channel of thought that will be none too pleasant-. It Ls not a book for light reading. Unless you can take it, stay away from Mr. Mclnlosh's posthumous offering. Read Courier News ad* BACKACHET~ LEG FAINS MAY BE DANGER SIGN Of Tired Kidneys .If bncknnbo and Ic S pni :is nrc mn km K yo .,. miserable, don't inst complain unr! do ncthin" shout them. Nature nmy bo warning you thu7 your kulneya need attention. 1 be kidneys are NntniVs chief w, y of taking CS " 1 " T', 1 P°'- rir "™ «'»«t6 out of tl£ P mOSl PC ° pJe pa&; !lbout a " the 15 mi!»qf kidney tubcn and hose poisons limyatnrt n.'iRgiuK twckacbes, rheumatic paiia, Icsr pains, low o? pep and energy .getting up nights, swelling pufijncss under the eyes, bcndochca and <liz£ ness. I requent or scanty passages with smart- JJlIIandljiirnmf.rtrtn>..»;r»,>.,,l JL •_ • r£ V OD ? ^, t ,your kWntya 01 -bladder: Don t wuit! Ask your drug^t for DoauV PiL^, used BucceasfiUly by millions for over « Cy hll ^ - ,T?, ll PPy re - f a »J vnll belp 15 tntl«a of kidney tuhw ilush out iioi.^t waste from tie Tblood. Get DOBD'B Tills LUXORA Phone 42 Mat. Sat.-Sun. 2 and 4 P. M Every Nighi 7 P. M. Always We - 2#c LAST TIMES TONIGHT 'HI! This, and leaven Tcs' KcUe Davis, Charles Rover Abo selected short? - ._ Rita Hay worth's charming dinner ccstume Is by Monica new , eign designer now in Hollywood. The full skirt is' white crepn 'The jacket, is an American-macJe-Rodier fabric, handkerchief linen embroidered in multi-colored scrolls. It Wflji one. of the Cnlitornia-mede costumes shewn at the W e5 t coast's "Fashion. Futures" in Hollywood Buster Will Give The Army A Shoe Problem "HARRISON. Ark. (UP)—When Selective Service .medical examines -get to number 1336. they're going to have 3 problem on hand— flnd on feel. Number 1336 is Buster Scott, of Snowbail, Arkansas. He is 6 feet, 3 inches tall, weighs 170 pounds, and has'feet 16 inches long, 8 inches wide, and 3 inches deep. He wears a size 42 shoe, specially constructed by a skilled Snowball mechanic. Taylor Campbell. Scott, doesn't tee any reason why he shouldn't be "drafted, but he thinks he'd belter take ' Campbell. »vhpm he en 11s the "villajic Mack- smirh," along to .keep him ?hod. Scott's fret ore larger th?n ihosc'of the late Robert Wacllow. Alton. Illinois, slant, who wore a size 37 shoe. One of Scott's friends suggests that he set his blacksmith to armor theftoles of his shoes, and then if he-gets in the army, all he needs to do \s sit down with his feet in front of him as a shield againbt enemy lire. Presson. Just. Knows". .. Revolution Is Brewing I LITTLE ROCK, Ark; . i UP) ~ "General" Bert, Presson., custodian of. Arkansas' War Memorial Building, in Little Rock, is convinced there's a revolution brewing. He .says lie can't in ;iny other • way explain the foci that-someone is stealing the iron cannon balls stacked beside bis Civil War can- i non, "Betsy." j The "General" will scon be com- 1 pletely out of • ammunition if the ! raids don't stop. . . i Cd and new China arc combined m tms rcohe suit, worn by scarlet! Jean perry. Tt has a 'typically! locse- blouse, with short j culoite^kirt. made of cool gray: denim, accented with blue but-! tens ,and orange piping. ' Ballerino designed it. •FRIDAY-SATURDAY ;' ! ^$ Chap. -I 'Drums of FH Ms %/> Symptoms of Distress arising fro ' EXCESS ACID FrseSookTensof KomeTrealraOTtthat MnstHdp or if Win CastVou Nothing firr»r nnr« vv>nn«». V' i.« •!.-•• :... ** EATME VT During 1939'. 466.552 persons in 140.0S6 private automobiles, visited Yosemite national park, in California. IKIRBY BROS. DRUG co ARMOKEL: ! MANILA: AKMOREL' DRUG CO. PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET Fruits — Vegetables Fish and Shell Fis?i 2 IBS. IfMAS 1 10X BIROS EY5 Kegardless of Season you can IN PODS UMA SEANS srace your table with delicacies. vrith Frozen Foods, close prumutlr at 0:00 A.M. Sunday Half of the 484 fresmrmn and soj)l)omore studcnus have been Inoculated.! Tho other half remain unvaccinatact. PAGE FIVE -students at the University, ,«, Uf)K <wuvmi> Prnnsylvnnta hnvc enlisted in arm in the nnivor. urn* h rt m» ftga i nst influenza; I leal department Those receivint; a shot in 's a of the Rockefeller Poundation's new Influenza vaccine. It is a mixture of "A" type of flu virus. Scientists will ..check the health records of both groups of students in .„ attempt "o" dctennto,^^ ^SS^S Sv^rT'Sxes effect vonpKs nf t.ho no», ,,o/,«?,,^ , w^.o. •,.../ ^^ Jver «i iaxes Philadelphia Gets 16 MlDUn PHILADELPHIA • (UP)— PhlladeU ' Phia's I'/j per cent ' wage tax- brought $1(5,195,139 to .the city treasury during 1940, according 'to Frank J. Willard. READ THIS IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR INCLUDING THE ITEMS PICTURED BELOW (Not exactly as pictured) Beautiful Bed, Chest, Vanity and Bench, Comfortable Mattress and Coil Springs, Two Pillows & Pull- Up-Chair, 1-9x12 Linoleum Rug ALL TEN ITEMS FOR ONLY Use Wade's Easy Credit Terms And Pay As You DOWN Like! $7,49 Down—Balance Easy Monthly Payments Or—1-2. Down—Balance Next Fall 112 W, Main St, 1RR JL^s?%J

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