The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 23, 1939 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 23, 1939
Page 10
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PAGE TEN' BLYTWVILLE, '(ARK.) 'COURIER NEWS Present Luxurious If Something Person 'Wouldn't Buy For Self By MARIAN YOUNG h'EA Sen-ice Start Correspondent NEW YORK.-RegnrdleM of Its size or price or whether it Is a. familiar object or a unique one, (he gift which ho wants but simply wouldn't think cf buying lor himself is the luxury present, for any person on your Christmas shopping jlst. Mention'of luxury gifts conjures up 'visions of fabulous jewels ami lavish furs, of course. And, to flic woman who has everything, these are about the only items which will "socm luxurious. To the average woman,- however, anything which is slightly out of the price rnnije her budget allows will be considered a luxury indeed. The same holds true for her' husband mid other members of the family. The man who travels infre- Types Of 'Luxury' Gifts PROVIDENCE, R. I, (UP) — Driving a 12,000-ixnind truck Is a cinch for Mrs. Katlicriiie Ralti- vllle, who weighs 95 pounds. Averaging 00,000 to 75,000 miles year," "Mil"—as she is known to uck drivers—carries new automobiles between Buffalo, N. Y and Providence in ail kinds oi weather. When loaded, the weight of Her truck'is doubled. Mrs. Rainville not only drives the truck, but makes whatever rc- lair.s are necessary. She also loads ind unloads the vehicle alter get- ti»(f the 200-iJouiHl runways in position. "I'm not afraid of any kind of weather," she says. "Many's llic the his lets Cioo dpcrfume fits admirably Inlo the luxury category. Tills dc luxe bottle of carnation scent comes packed in a bed of pink and lime flowers. Snowy while hood. Purely .luxurious is this platinum evening watch with tiny diamonds around the edge of a slender chain to which n knife Is attached. fluently and, consequently, never has bothered to do much nbout the luggage situation might be -pleased with a handsome bag of- finest leather. The wimon who feels thai she must get alonj with a single- evening wrap certainly would bo happy to "have another one FINE UNDERWEAR. ' IS GOOD CHOICE Among the luxury gifts which are sure to delight any woman on your list are: purp silk handmade underwear, finished with finest lace or embroidery; a quilted satin Inpln fashions this smart evening wrap \vlth attached It's the perfect luxury gift for any young girl. other luxurious fur. Or you might B've her n fur-trimmed bag or n gift order for a fur hat. Also luxurious for women are: velvet house slippers ivilh gold kid heels and pipings; heart-shaped earrings that cover the bottom of the ear but dp not dangle and which may bo made of diamonds and rubies or brilliants and gurnets, depending on your pocketbook; an evergreen tree-shaped lapel gadget from which dangle assorted Kiel charms; a quaintly old-fashioned, long-slecvKl nightgown of heavy Vihlte satin with chiffon inserts around the neckline. : For man or woman, mcnogram- ned stationery and monogrammed landkerchlefs and scarfs arc lu.v- irious. Simple monograms arc .smarter this year Ihmi Intricate elaborate ones. Slrcamllnetl, modern nidlfs nml plain block letters lake Ilrst place. Dress shirts, fine doeskin gloves, raw silk sports' shirts in natural color, cashmere sweaters, a generous gift order on his favorite men's furnishings .store, sheer ivool Jvcso, a wlndbreaker of Softest suede and a top hat nre among the liiKury gifts that arc one hundred per cent sure to please men. .SI;I,KCT "iionnv" GIFTS WITH CAKE The hobbyist will quite naturally appreciate the gift, which will add to further enjoyment of his hobby. However, unless your own tabby happens to he the same, don't rely entirely on your own judgment in choosing gifts for a man In this category. Ccnsiill an authority on the; subject. for the young girl, beautiful accessories, a new party dress, haiui- knlt sweaters, evening stockings, pastel suede gloves or a makeup kit arc acceptable luxury items. For boys, consider sports equipment of all kinds, evening jewelry, mcu- pgrammcd pen and pencil, sets. furnishings to makt his room'seem more truly his. Finally, if you get stuck for' an idea, solve the quandary by remembering that every woman considers a bottle of perfume a luxury, no matter iiow much perfume she already has. f campus, is n student in the eclloge of law. I5oin In Syria 23 years ago when it was under Turkish rule, "Ztg" 1ms changed his nationality three limes. Ifc was Turkish, then Syrian and Is now American, having taken out his first papers. "Zig," wlio speaks four languages —English, French, Italian and Arabic—believes that the best way to Ipnrn n language is to "dale" a Ijii'l of that nationality. The Syrian came to America at- flic age of 5. He acquired his "elementary education at Tuppci- Lake, N. Y. "Zig" relumed to the Near East in !"32 and continued his studies at the University of Beirut, Syria, where, he said, "it is not uncommon to find students who speak as many as 10 languages." A youngster collecting toy animals would Uvc this cuddly little fawn —especially when he finds out it Meats und «alks around with the stiff-legged cuteness of n real baby tiecr. llgee, cut like a hcusecoat- an evening bag—very small but equipped with change purse, comb and. cigarette compartment as well as regular makeup Hems. Mulfs arc fashion news this winter. If she has a for coat, give her a muff to match it. If her winter coat Is unlrlmmdcl, choose an enormous muff of silver fox, mink, beaver. Alaska sealskin cr some Syrian Student Most Colorful Man On Campus TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (UP) —The most colorful student at the University of Alabama this fall is Ezhia AtKlul-Ahad AbclnllMi. "Zig," as he has been dubbed on Eyes Gone, He Builds House Without Help PITTSBURGH (UP)-Hobert I,. Grove, cr., is- building a.three- room addition to his .house "by feel." Grove, a carpenter for.45 years, has been virtually blind for six years. Grove decided last April to build the annex because he couldn't stand idleness. He built' the main dwelling of four - rooms in 1929. Grove's blindness does not appear to handicap him greatly. Already he has made' excavations, laid foundations, set in the sills and the building has begun to take form. He hopes to complete the project by next spring. The blind carpenter uses a T-square or a strip of lumber to guide him while sawing lumber, but driving nails Is his biggest problem. He holds the nail until hammer-head begins to pinch thumb and forefinger, then Bo and sinks the nail with one or two 'move strokes. "But it gnarls his hands pretty bad sometimes," said Mrs. Grove. Long Journey Made To Read Grave Epitaph SAINT JOHN, N. B, (UP)—A tombstone epitaph has sent Mrs. B. J. Chulibuck of Berkeley, Cal., on a journey ot several thousand' miles. Mrs. Chubbiick, busily engaged in rounding up a lineal record of .ier forbears of -Loyalist stock, found that the only record of the 'littli ot her grandfather', Aaron ;iark, was written on his tombstone. II states that he "was born on :hc St. John Rivet where the city of Saint John now stands." Aaron Clark, son of a Baptist minister, George Clark, left New Brunswick in 1833 to settle in Drumbo, Onl., and later in 1855 moved to Michigan. ' >5rs. Chubbuck is the wife oi a retired publisher, and she and her nisband came here in an effort to locate the tombstone. The Toaif of The Town! i STANDARD TIRES OTHER SIZES i — , PROPORTIONATELY LOW// 'It Luxurious jewelry includes, from top to bottom, a lapel gadget in the shape of a tree with charms dangling- from the branches; a pin with a ruby heart superimp;sed on a diamond one; a donkey and cart lap«l ornament which holds perfume; a de luxe bracelet PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock Guaranteed Best Price* Kir|y Drug Stores AHD KOUB 010 TIBE 4.40-21 4.50-21 As Low As Per Week On Om- PHILLIPS mm eo. % HAS THAT <£ KENTUCKY RICHNESS NO WONDER "SLOW MASH" BOTTOMS UP is RICHER- Jt labs Wore I/me ond Gram To Make! • Once yon taste JJottoms Up you'll be an enthusiastic booster for this popular whisky. Coming from Kentucky you'd expect it to be good ... but it's better than that . : : it's c.v/iw good! Yes sir, Bottoms Up is just naturally richer anil smoother because it lakes more time and grain to make it the careful slow mash way. Try Bottoms U|> today , . . it's a great whisky and a truly great value! "SLOW MASH" KENTUCKY STRAIGHTBOURBONWHISOT BROWFOWMN DISTIllERY COMPANY, INCORPORATED 90 PROOF ' *' lou " vi " <! •••'!» Konlucky .. . Since 1870 jTHURSD'AY, NOVEMBER 23, 1939, 'Ma* Weighs Only 95 ruck Wit Big Bui Drives Tier li the Best of Them nie I've driven my trailer truck through the Bcrkshlrcs when it was so slippery you didn't even "arc put your brakes on. I've never had an accident," i M °st truckmen know and like Ma ." but occasionally she meets someone who doesn't, approve of women truck drivers. "Then," she ^ys. "I just act a little high hat, too." "Mn" learned about machinery on her father's farm and bought |ic-r own truck while helping her misband in his trucking business. When not busy on Urn inter- slate highways, she likes to 'cook lor her husband and two children their Longmeadow, Mass., home. Radio Fire Patrols Busy In Pennsylvania Forests HARRISBURC-,-I>3. (UP)—Pennsylvania has enlisted ' the short- wave radio and the airplane to fight a constant and trie of its niost destructive enemies — the forest fire. Chains of observation towers in northern and central Pennsylvania protecting thousands of acres of fcrest land rich in timber and game now are linked by sending and receiving radio equipment. Roving field units with portable sets patrol the danger areas in summer and fall when the threat of fire js. most ominous. Pilots flying regularly scheduled anv routes have been requested Is rnflto all sigife O f' forest fires immediately to state headquarters- of chc protection system in Harrisburg. The department of forests and waters reported this type of spelling" has been one of the most effective yet devised. Great mountain ranges appear to he indestructible, but geologists know that they are in a .state of constant change. Today the remains of the great range thai once reposed where the English 1 Channel news, are visible on Ihe shores of -Brilany. The first hair-curling method consisted of winding the hair about a cylindrical slick, moistening it with a chemical solution enclcsing it in a metal lube and then heating it. IN THE CHANCERY COUHT FOR THE CillCKASAWBA DISTRICT OP MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS, PROBATE DIVISION. In the Matter of the ) Estate of )No, 1301 R. J. Marliuetti, deceased) NOTICE 0V ADMINISTRATION Notice is hereby given thai letters testamentary were granted to the undersigned upon the estate of R. j. Martlncttl, deceased, on the 18th day of October,, 1939, by the Probate Division of the Chancery Court for the Chtcknsawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, AH persons having claims or demands upon said estate must present them, duly n«- thentlcoled, to the undersigned for allowance before the end of one year from the date of granting of said letters. If not so presented within such time, they will be forever barred; ,-mcl those claims presented within six months from the date of said letters will have priority over those filed after the lapse of said six months. Dated this 27th day of October 1930. HELEN MARTINETTI, Executrix. Reid & Evrard, "Atlys. Soy Beans We Arc Buyers For All Varieties of Soybeans. See or Phone Us for Highest Daily Offer. Blytheville Soybean Corp. So. R.R. SI. Phone 555 I For Best Results In Baking—Use Shibley's* FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER This combination cooking and Keating unit once again proves that Moore's Products are made by men of vision — by men who recognize the public need and demand for quality' cooking and heating appliances. Moore's success over the years,has been due to their farsightedness in anticipating and supplying cooking and heating appliances in the most efficient and economical manner. That's just one of the many reasons Moore's are outselling all other makes. Come in — see these features — then you- will know why Moore's give warmth and comfort you never thought possible. HUBBARD FURNITURE CO,

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