The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1941 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, April 9, 1941
Page:
Page 5
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 5 article text (OCR)

APRIL 9, Cape Is Not A Cover-Up For Lack Of Smartness--Wear It At Your Best BY ALICIA HAKT ^EA .Service Stall Writer The cape — that prominent bit 01 "tw.s JU the spring iiusmon picture — takes a hule more living U P to than a great many womui £L-i-'ii) to realize. In tliu iu-. s t place, a cape jusi isn't .sonu'iiung you sling oier .vour shoulders \vuen you nave to U'oi to the corner grovery lor the J buuer you icrgol 10 pin on your j shopping list, u Lsn'i 10 be worn on tne morning you have o^vr- ! •slept and. as a result, have to gaUop to train or ous, or on tile day when your hair LS a mess and there's a cmp in your nan polisu. i in other words, a cape isn't to be usea as a 5LUKi-m lor a eti.si.uil, In the .second place, cape fashions never were intended lor tne woman \vho sunups junvard or who leans forward -so that her cnin always seems 10 arrive- a second or two csiore ihe rest 01 na- body. Tney were made lor tne scaiey types, whose carnaae Is queenly, regardless oi" her h-i»iu. The scjuarer the shoulders, Ine higher the che.si, the more aristocratic tne ciiinage of iue head the belter the figure for a c.ip- In addition, the matter of winning and :rumcuug gra.eiuily ,.-, important. DuN'T WEAR CLOTHES THAT DO NOT SUIT YOU li you cannot walk fa.si without seeming to hurry or if you can- net -stall tail" without looking stiffly self-conscious, then capes are not for you. Tney demand the same variety of poise which can manage a gown with a flowing train. If you are painfully j shy and have a notion that you aren't any too adept at concealing this shyness. totter forge;, about capes and trains. The same advice applies if you are the ingenue type, regardless of your age. Capes and trains are backgrounds for sophistication — not naivete. Among other beauty hints, brought to mind by lie .spring fashion picture are: Severe man-tailored suits of hard-finish fabrics are for pretty, essentially - feminine types. The strictly tailored, mannish suit is entirely too difficult for the woman who isn't downright trood- looking. Flat-heeled shoes. however chic, are not for Miss-Thick Ankles-and-Calves. Stockings in the- palest, lightest BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIEK NEWS the Planters Production Credit As I he scout committee. «. n( ,i..ii —"v.i i. vjivxui, iv.->- in,, aizuui, committee. B D lv!!' lU<COl T nie(l by Mrs. C. On April 18. Troop 51 will B o to «. uiivi.') 1 . secretHt-v uw» <» **«»»_ « ,^(,^ *.. /-....... '. * ' ' )jU lu Various Meetings Attract Osceola Officials This Week And Nexl OSCEOLA. Ark,. April 9.—Seventeen Osceola officials and officers of various clubs, churches find business concerns will attend district and state conventions this week and next. these are Count.v R iviv,, 7 y *" /MJni ib> Troop 51 will on to L? r '/ T tR1 ' y> wevc in Mcm ' ft P0inl °» Crowley-s RU^e neu? P s uesday ior the class of in- Harrisbu m for the weekend J etlou lor all PPCA officials of! Fred Smith, oo t,nas er for Lnstern Arkansas held at Hotel ' Troop 52, composed of 17 l!oy s ^ K<XV E. Diuvson, superintendent of; Dllllc Shippen' w'ill ''reoelv^' '\\™\l •'ty schools, will attend th« Ar-; Tenderfootbad R o« Timrsd ,\n ?h i«Si,^ 80Clj J UQ » ° f Sch ° Ul Acl - !S{in ' MW>I L ^^ will be aw rcled » nistmtors at Hotel Marlon in | Dudley Lynch j r Cnil NVkm LiUI, Rock Friday night, April nj Tommie Radiand B| „ w^ mid nK-n n ,.,~.i<«-..._ ... ,. . . i«... .. v »M>'"mi. mine Wade E, H, Burns, and G. HcnrtisiU Banks, soybean expert with the Ralston Purina Company here. who will attend the Spring VLstt- '»« Osiy at the Cotton Branch Experiment Station at Mnrhmna on Thursday of this week. Mrs. C. L.. Moore, high school - .VWVIY niuuy nigni, April n, u>mmie Rat;iand Bllljp "" V! so ? mt * li »K ° r UH> Arkan-1 Creselius and Bobbv Watson Anril r>' atl ° n Co »»c»o« Saturday.! This troop is also wovkinl on a ~ i^&rA 0 ;,,^ 01 " to ^«- : Scout Awards To \™^\^?^««™ Be Made At Court ^ ^^ K ^^» rsriPOT t 7i Spend n Ulonlh this Summer CSCEOLA. Ark., April 9.--lnvi- Ward Aker.s of Jonesboro V,,«r Huons have been sent to nil par-J en, Arkansas scout ^ ^e ^ onts. other interested persons and sevi-nU other oflicials o hk dk npim^unately 00 lioy Scout offi- trict will be prese 0 U Cot t cw s to attend Ihe Boy Scout Court! of Honor ceremonies oi Honor for Osceola Troops 51 and 5^.? •»» *l» A f^ _ _ » «r . . - ' William Driver To Join Royal Air Force OSCEOLA, Ark. April i 9 Osceola relatives were interested this week in the announcement that William H. tBilly) Driver of Memphis will leave within a few nays to join the British Royal Air Force for service overseas. Mr. Driver 1* the son of Mrs, Xylda Lowe Driver and the late James Skelton Driver Jr.. of Memphis, ills father was born and reared In O.sceola, the son of the ' lirst James Skelton Driver, plon- ' eer clib.cn ot the Osceoia aeenon whose home on levee road south of Osceola was one of the kt- ™ Ct I? ** te ^ u »* homes 'facile. the HAKRlSOiVS AUTO PARTS & GARAGE SERVICE STATION 45-Mhmtc Battery Rcchar^inp General Repairing, Welding Across from Red Top Gin at the Osceohi ^.^, ,,.,,j, .ivjiuvj ""••'umiuiJf; UlMK Will Ul? 1*1 principal and English instructor in and various awards made rMO f'lfV* Vf*} I fist) l* r>.nA.n>« — . _ 1 _ i »-.. I ,. ^ * ' ^. rt. - . " Gymnasium tomorrow night- when outstanding work will bo recognized the city schools, accompanied by Miss Irene Morgan of Blythcville. will attend the Arkansas' conven- lion of Delta Kappa Gamma in j Bluff Friday and Saturday. Cooper, , colors are for women with slender shapely legs. There are plenty of «-, s m -f ,'rc tv, ahv vs J ,K ' aln.ijs has ( glamour category. own above, designed by Cnarl^.s rn by the girl uho doesn't allow herself and getting; dressed, or to catch a train or bus. *£"£*?£': h ^!leS: ^ ~£ £?•*** •»» r^rssi^^^;^^^^^^ -v*' V.V i«* « ' o»nuuu.v. *wunn. &. a. Moore, D. s. Lanev •Mis. W. \V. Prewitt. state chair- Steve Ralph and C. \V Watson as man oi guide reports; Mrs. G. ' l-Feartsill Banks, president of Osceola Parent Teneher Association. an:l Mrs. John Bonrden of Leach- vilic. vice prcsideiu of Mississippi County Council of Parents and Teachers, will drive to Little Rock April 1 -17. for the Arkansas Congress of Parents and Teachers. Csccolft delegates to the North Arkansas Conference of the Women's Society for Christian Service of the Methodist Church meeting in Fort Smith April 1518. are Mrs. W, j. Spict-r. Mrs. C. W. Watson. Mrs. J. L. Glascoe, and Miss Norn Pace. Miss Pnce will represent, the Wesleynn GuiW. busings and professional woman's oruiinixation of the church. Rfpi'csentinji (lie Presbyterian Auxiliary of Osceola at the'North Little Rock P'resbytcrial in that city April 17-18. will be Mrs. R. C. Bryan, state treasurer; Mrs. Gcorue Edrington. state leader of Spiritual Life; and Mrs. R A Cromer. Frank Bell, secretr t ry-treasurei»-of School Alo»sc Cured ,,f AUBURN. Me. »U|V, .._ An other duties performed duriuo the U^lie Speck " h'^ouimaster of l T'wL^ wasT^ S , herlff ^ llll)h ~ « with B. E. Moo,, assis- ^^ ^ ^ ^[^1 1-oiul bearing modi^ine and " ll ;ac:k '"oosci which ulliin- . , The troop is sponsored by Rotary Club with Wei by B. E. Moore. D. s. Lanev ntcly was pulled IJiiwi^h' "' pneumonia. WIRING No ,)oh Too Small or Too Large! FREE ESTIMATE "No Argument—Our •Service Is the Best' WALPOLE'S ELECTRIC SHOP Wirinir—Mxluros—Appliiinccs 110 So. 2nd i'houo 3M Every Day In The Week! PICKARD'S GROCERY & MARKET WM W. Chickasawba Phone 1133 WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY a vice-president or holds; like shapely logs. There are plenty ot a position tha Tea e inthe o? ' Z, °M h " VC C '" p ' 0yeK *™ ~^^™^ Reece pS T ;J:: e ^ ^•™*^~^Ti^^ tt e — •fc'W * -V^w JLXA Ai \J t Plays Friday Night John Bryan At Cooter • i Reece Home Demonstratioi: .... . will present two plays Friday ! nieht at Reece school" at 7-30 o'clock. Proceeds will be used on the kitchen of the club house. Plays will be "What Husbands Don't Know" and "No Back Scat for Grandma." 4-H Club News •» Notes The Blackwater 4-K club members held their first meeting Thursday wijh Lorene Burgctt presiding. Tiie group song was led by A. P. Jordan. 50113 captain. J. j, Pickeren. county agent and E. W. Lottdermilk. assistant county asent, were present. Ths following captains gave reports: .-James Graf ton Hugh L-a.ster. Calvin Scolt. Wanda Lee Last.er. Wandara Carev anci Nadinc Atkinson. COCTER. Mo.. April 9.—Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at tfi'e Cooter Methodist Church for John Bryan, prominent farmer of this vicinity who died Saturday after a short illness. Services were held at the Methodist, church where he has been a . member for several years and wore : conducted by the Rev. L. F. Foel- j ker. Burial was made in the Mt.! Zion Cemetery. • Mr. Bryan moved to Cooter from j Georgia in 1833 and was first j married to Miss Josie Stone who died in 1921. He was laier married •~ Miss Velia Gunner who with ! four children by his former marriage survive. He took an active part in i he upbuilding of this community, was also active in church and school improvements. Surviving are his wife and two sons, William and Raymond Bryan cf Cooter. also two daughters. Mrs. Reba Watson of Half Moon. Ark., and Mrs. Onie Bogu.s of Greenway. Ark. Read Courier News \vant acts In County Are Brisk Almost 100 Mississippi county young men have registered with the county welfare office for CCC camp service during the past two months, Welfare Director Marvin C. Crittenden said today. Fifty of the group were sent to Little Rock CCC headquarters late Monday and left today for camps m the Rocky Mountains. .Anorher 35 white boys will !>. sent from here to western camps Sunday morning, and any new enrolees who -sign up for CCC camp .service between now and Sunday will be included. Eight negro enrolees also will leave Blytheville Sunday morning for the camp at Forrest City. t H"- ,?. • s *'.v*v^t • ^,: * -' . -.••••-, -f -'%"'' •'«•' •-' PAUL MUNI HUDSON'S WWf JSEHE TIERNEY ;tairjl;Cregair ..John '. Sutton.. Virginia FreM- A 20th Century-Foi Plctur«-. Also Paramount News & Comedy Bargain Matinees 10c & 20c LISTEN TO KLCN 10:00 a.m., 12:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m. Practicing for Cavalry? £f,?, lld j"? ? ct!3 *«»st because* Phone Ilitz 224 Phone Roxy 333 LAST TIMES TODAY BARGAIN NIGH'1 lOc & 20c Hank Greenberg gels tips from Ben While, veteran Iroltin* horse Hnver, -A Lon^veocl. Fh . in v-i^t mav be dress rehesrssl fr, ta\ali-y. Detroit slugger is m Class 1-A ui di'ait. WitK SHOES-In PERFECT CONDITfON Don't lie uneasy because of elioe neglect. Enjoy your evenings ^•itb shoes in tip-lop shape. Bring them to u? for a free in?n?c- lion. We'll check them for loose top Ii£is s scuffs and stains. Invisible CALL 120 FOR FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY CIIJH! L E. Halter. Qw-uer; -£^= with GRACE BRADLEY & MICHAEL WHALEN Also Corned y THURS. & FRL BARGAIN N-FGIITS 10c & 20c FORCEFUL Hits-Close-to-Home Drama.. Loaded with &L j LAUGHS! APPROVED OUTFITTEPS ^TT'^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^J ifBtf <•• ^ * • OMERICAM FAMILY! Lot)k Your Loveliest in a Isilfc^s Jean Nedra* DRESS prints plain color in line rayon fabrics! Careful details and bette Hi! Every one a value! Sim 12 to Fabric GLOVES Smart top handle, underarm and newer pouch shapes in looking simulated leath- Smarter styles at lower prices' Stitcheri. hickfH o v " ir> - broiderecl! White, navy, black or brown. High twist all .silk chiffciw, medium sheers and Service weights reinforced with cotton, spring .shades for new outfits True Hluc :;: Boys' DRESS SHIRTS SHIRTS 79 C Dorothy Lcvett ( Edgar Kennedy ? od Ktt e '«"»^o Frank Alhertson ««•«« A STEPHEKS-UNG Production Produced by WllllAM STEPHENS Directed by WltllAM McGANN Original scresn picy by Morion OrtS Women's t Easter COATS .90 Colors: 9 Hl.tcd. wrap-around and boxy ;iyics! Sporty plaids, tweed. 1 ., fleeces» Dressy twills. ppo:i- gesj Styles [or .sixes 12-20; 38-41. Smart Spring: Suits ;it S9.00 Girls' Fittcil Sm oo th lining bi.-i.s a r» ri straight cut .styles in rayon Mitni or crepe. Prettily Lrim- or tailored. l-Vmininr BLOUSES COATS -overt*,: Pretty - a.s-a- picture s i and double breasted styles; Some h ave Pique or velvet collars! Sizes 7 to H. Girls' Bonnets Fresh-faced straws! , lovely rayon.s for -Sprint .suits! White, pastels". ^ •stripes, prints! Get ••'•• several! V^ JACKETS' '2- w . R'ng changes on suits and skirts! Colorful p ] a j d .<;, 'checks, solids.; Wool or \vool-&- Girls' Frocks §^ <JS Sunday-best, rayon Smartly Styled SKIRTS Si.98 Gored, pleated, •swing! In corduroy, gabardine or woo! flannel! Sizes 12-20. WOMEN'S SHOES Real Penney values in handsome dress or gft ( ) sport, styles in /" crushed leather, gab- ardme, patent; " Heady now! Crisp new pa Herns galore — »JI in .smooth weave bronrlcloth in wash -fast colors. Parading for Easter.' Armor Foot* Socks Nnwcst spring pal- terns! Sil k-nnd -rayon mixtures In clocks, stripes and P 1 a i d s. Fine lisle weaves. •Smartly MEN'S OXFORDS Smooth black leath- cr with straight O.9.S tips! Leather soles &rubber tap heels! 2 U. S. Pat. Off. •l-Fabric shrinkage will not exceed 1%. good looks, combined with reliable serviced SUITS 12 75 With t.wo pairs of Pleated slacks: Top styles in sturdy cassimeres. tweeds and worsteds. Slack SOCKS 15 C Bright blazer strides in school colors! . Cotton.

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page