The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 4, 1941 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 4, 1941
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FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1941 BLYTHSYTTJ,E. (ARK.) COUHTER NWS W/eddinq Needn't Wreck Purse l''«rfeet for tin: mother of the bri(h- is this gray silk crt k pe dress inserts. sprnff ride &<>€s to the altar in 3 of white silk satin » cniffon. Bands of seif-shirring emphasize the long corseM and the dropped shoulder yoke. Newspapers Call Envoy Typical American And Distinguished LONDON «Uf>. - A:nb:issiulor John G. Winant's biusnvsi job—if ]:rtvss comment is uny &i\w of whsu Engli.sluncn expect i'-rom t.hi- new United Stateii diplomat—will v :e :o live up to the label "lypi-.-ui Amer- icun." London new.spapcrs atreudv have described him a.s "anoih-.-r Abr:u 1 h.un Lincoln." One writer pri'dici- ed iliat Winant .slioukl .soon earn the reputation of tho -worst man in English public- life." However, ihe London Times, iv- ii-rriii^ to tin- lucent visit.s of President'.s pur.sona) envoy, Harry Hopkins, and Amr.'rioa'.s iili'/cn-at-largo Wendell L. Willkie. !-'cnerou.sly admits thai Uiert- un> many types of typical AmericaM.S. Men of Many l';ittt-nis "The British public has just, had the opportunity of making friends will) one typical American. Mr. Wendell Willkie." :t Times editorial said. "Mr. Winant is also u typical Amt'rk-an though'of a completely different type. Americans art- no men.' cut. on one pattern than are the people of islands and Mr. Winant. Mr. Hopkins, and Mr. Willkie. ail three outstanding In their generation, illustrate the rich variety r»f r-huv^zier which makes the i-reatness o;' the United States." The British pi-ess was highly complimentary in approval?, Mr. RoosevelD'.s choice of ambassador 10 Britain. The Daily Telegraph outlined its views of the duties of iliL- new ambassador saying: Like Lord Halifax in Washtng- :o!>. Win?n». will interpret his own country and that to which hi' has cucn sent with the insiyht, of sin- icrity and loiiy purpose. Americans Imvo uniTKl in his mind something which recalls to them Abraham Lincoln, though Winant has different and far wider oxpin-uMice in the world. . . . He comes to us as an Ambassador of Freedom and there i.s no doubt of his full authority from tho President and the i ;c-ople of the United States to represent freedom's cause. . . ." Ka.p for Kennedy The anchester Guardian, commenting favorably on Winant's appointment, look occasion to make ,a left-handed thrust at former Ambassador Joseph p. Kennedy. "One could not think of a greater contrast than that between Mr. Winant and his predecessor whose nterei'ts were limited by a narrow Held of American experience." The CHiardian added thai "(ho choice of Mr. Winant will give ?re:it pleasure- to tins country as it nhould also in the United States. Mr. Roosevelt has chosen a Republican who also i.s a liberal of fine social spirit with a lonjj record of disinterested public service. He is moreover a man who knows Eu- FTMINY BUSINESS i -C "And .since when have you bucu in Ihe ami-aircraft corps?" PAGE ..THREE- WAKNIXG ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CH1CK AS AWBA DISTRICT MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS, Mary Evans, Plaintiff, vs. No. 7444 John IVvau-s, Defendant. Tho di'fenda::', John Kvans is warned to appear within thirty days in the court mimed i n the caption hereof and answer the.-complaint o; lh<> pluimUf Mary Evans. DuU'd this 11 cliiy of March, 1941. IIARVKY MORRIS, Clerk By tfli/ubinh Blythe, D. C, iVrcy A. Wricht <AUy. for Pltf.f Clnude F. Cooper <Atty. ad Litcni.) (Sc:il> 14-21-28-4 The m:iicl-cf-honor and colonial inspiration. The maid-of-honor's wear is of the hridcsmuurs of orchid chiffon. identical . gowns of mauve silk chiffon. N \vilh \V V 0 U K.— This s bride can have a weddhio- — complete veil, il cnvers and sev- j White silk marquisette lace chiffon, taffeta, and silk satin as weil as organdy, doited Swiss and other filmy cottons are favorer) fabrics. era! bridesmaids — withal 1 '" ^ Vert:i ing Kowns lend themselves wrecking Dad's bucket and and Junes' v'| ropped sholllder i • - t • » - «u»u \vcijftuines. And a ni"n pv»mnio leaving in his bank almosi of a brides dress which in^r- 110 money for summer dothos atcs both of these new style'"" t Smart <fcing--a«'ay costunu- for j the Itrule includes a red and gray ' -vHk print dress nnd a rcri faille I ' coa I. To briny the bounuet within a mod- • jeratc budget, white iris might be I 'used instead or orchids i IVIOTIIKR IS Sn?ART IN GRAY j The next photograph shows a' smart dress for the mother of the (bride. It's cf gray silk crepe with I an interesting, bow-trimmed yoke I of gray lace. Shirring on the bodice '«r.d fullness at the front of the -skirt give rhis .slim dress an air of easy grace. Tho maid-of-honor and a bridesmaid, posed together in the next picture, wear dresses made alike in different colors. The maid-of- hcnor's i.s of mauve silk chiffon; the maid's pale orchid. Notice the softly ruffled fiichus of Revolution- Dry :War days, caught with nose- r.rys. The ribbon sashes and the full though straight-falling skirts ore smart. The pompadour pillboxes arc of purple velvet pansies. For n going-a way ensemble, the snit^at right can't'be beat. It included a red and gray printed silk dress, topped by a red silk faille coat, lined with matching print, The designs in the print are cut out and quilted on lapels, cuffs and front facings. The hat. of oyster white straw, has a new "cushy" brim and is primmed with navy ribbon and veiling;. New Used Defoe Furniture Co. We Trade Furniture For Anything" Ash & R.R. Flionc Hi Cash Credit rope nim the ways of governments and statesmen; mid what is raver. he knows and appreciates rt.spint- tiou-; of woi-kiM's unc.l l.hcir move- menis." Winant w:is clooied lionornry chainiiiin of Ihe American Society in London before he arrived. The American Ambassador uiilonmtic- ally lias been rift-ted to this post at each anmuil eliHition. This year then? was no Ambas.saclor when the society lieUl its ehvtion so tlic members voted for "Thi> Amurican Ambassador, whoever he may be." The American Society in London wns [(HiiKltHl in i«f»5. It's chief so-i -—-_- chxl fiinctlutui arc !:dcl on July and Tliank'jgivini; D.iy. lory, flew li-too milt's lo enlist. He Australian air force for the avid pui to work witshinj; dishes and .sorving meals. Color prevented his ;ur«'|)tauc<? for flying. HARRISON'S AUTO PARTS & GARAGE Sir«.VlCE STATION 'ir>-Minut«'i;att«ry Ocnrcal Hopes Uiut :n K.I'. ' BRISBANE. Australia i UP)— Roy 1 ChuncMlor, 22, a (.-owpuneluir of the borderland between Western and the Northern Terri- PRlSCSfPTIONS Freshest Slock Guaranteed ISesl Kirby Drug Stores ORDI'R IN THE CHANCERY COURT CH1CKA.SAWUA O I S T R I C T, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Robert Lenard Moscr, Plaintiff, vs. No. 7-121 Dorothy D, Niaser, Dt-fcnUanL. The dcl'i'Mdant Dorothy 13. is warned to appear within thirty days in the court narncc: in the nipt ion hereof and answer the com- laint of the plaintlll Robert Lcn- ard Moscr. Dated this H day of March, 1!M1. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk By Elizabeth Blythe,. D. C. Pnrtlow & Bradley Atty. for Pltf. P*'rcy A. Wright Atty. ad Litem. 'Seal) 14-21-28-4 WADERS GARAGE Body & Paint Shop Wrecks Repaired / Wrecker Service I'honc 1209 500 W. Ash Dr. W. S. Eastburn Chiropractic Physician Day. and Night Calls Office 801 Chick. Phone 801 Dr. \V. F. Brewer J)entisi. Arkunsas SPECIALS! §1.00 Full Up'r .t Lower IM.-tles $25.00 Included) i l i*' ^^^ V '" / *&* '/ V/^^ OLD 'JO I •v»-v. *.;,i^, A*,..^^ -^« "-^•-^^*-*A>;-^' i A;%SS*^t»i^i,-:vii?^«',"t roof - [)l.;l 111.-,! nuil Doltlitil by Cont.iry Dltttllllnir Co.. lMu r ta. III. ^RADE- Vour Old Furniture in on New, or Sell it to Us For Cash. Alvin Hardy 301 E. Main Furn. O,. Fhonc 1220 Scars-Roebnclr RADIOS AT DISCOUNT FOR CASH! Radio Hospital f Tncram Bid?. 10X E. Main for mother and ters. the kid sis- lurcs at left, above. Tii fea- the pholorrraph i-.- *r »•»- • ^ ...-• st- American designers shin-in°- emphasivi of wedding gowns nnd frothy. Jin- selet Hne' of the ner-tyi:e dresses for bridesmaids dropped shoulder are turning oct perfectly " bodice and the vokc. The long! „ — - - ^.. ^.•i\ J . iv/iit^ circular veil is held in place bv n seme creations a< reasonable prices. Judiette cap of seed liarh t T J},;tr, t-pmoiMc- T\T^ 1 ^1,^;«_ r !_.__-, . . l ttXI P^ail.-,. remains bridal dresses for No. I choice for formal weddings. bridal bouquet i.s of. white butterfly orchids and white .sweet peas. H. L. SCOTT, Joneshoro. Ark. Get the Facts and You'll Buy An ANN ARBOR "The Baler for Business JUNIOR PICK-UP BALER 34x18—10x18 n P ^ lhC construclion of thc Ann Arbor "18" Junior r 3re lhe many a nP roved ar »d time tested features PMrr fh m °- C lhan lialf a CCnlUry havc Sivcn Ann Arbor f nr i cnviahle Deputation of hcing th c leader in their field, ii prouuccs only smooth square cornered bales of uniform den^mi ^» wei f ht - No lo °se «ir cs or broken bales in handling and transportation. Paul Byrum You'll like the way Sinclair dealers treat you Copyrighted 1939 ly SintMr Refining Companji (tne.) Phone 200 . J. ALLE SINCLAIR AGENT Blytheville, Ark

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