The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 18, 1941 · Page 3
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FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1941 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Careful Shoppers Can Find Frock For Every Need BY MARIAN YOVNO Service Stall Correspondent YORK — The bud-el de- panrm-nts are .so full of new, sman and Haltering .spring dres.s- t-'-s thui only u jKT/i.'r.sdy h;iril-io plea.su rn^uiu' could .shop lor a ti^y or iv.o and not liaci .several 11'ock.s tu yuit lier tusu; as well as ibook. This is indeed u *' designers 01 Utkt 110 Mil low and Jiiixitruit-iinced ~dresses deserve loud ;,nd general applause. (-lone are the days when distinctive prints v.'ere to be found O 'ily in thy departments lor !-i'!',s in the high income bracket The yirl who has to think t before paying even t.e.n dollars a dress no lunycr is f'or::ed to a nondescript prim or ej.se jjiint UL all. This year, lor approval, budget .shops in .'•tore.s offer quantities ol iliose chu> wide.ly-.spac-.-d designs that look hand-painted, and wonderful florals, with the 1 lowers as clearly defined and ire.sii looking as nev.ly-cm blooms from a sprin» garden. In addhhn, there are ,sUmnin<$ navy and v.'hite. black and white, anc! brown ami checks in rayon crepe. hi ilk tie silk. And tin-re are plaids, and slylii'.ed motifs in all sixes 'uoi Amony tiie monotones. it's .sible lo find silk :uui shei'r crepe coal dresses as well us some whili look like coat dresses but aren'l. The latter often have fly front effects or a ihick rope of material straiyhl down the front. There are suave two-piece models with the new, longer bodices and beautiful, knife-pleated skirts. One of these, in navy blue rayon crepe, has a huge, flattering collar of crisp white organdy with pleated edges. The new longer bodice Ls shirred becomingly at the waistline, It costs less than fourteen dollars. For excellent value. a wool reclingole over a brown, and cream print dress just be beat. The reclingote is with print to match the dress Ls trimmed with dee]). V-shaped quilted pockets. Dress and coat, con- less than eighteen dollars, and the coat would be just as smart over dresses in soft, solid colors as over the print. Just as easy to find in budget departments as in custom-made salon- are: dresses with peplums in every length and every degree of fullness; the new rounded "A lot for a little" might w,glj be the name of this Spring ensembie, designed for low budgets. It consists of a good- looking brown, cream and beige print dress and a suave topcoat in beige wool crepe. The coat has quilted, pointed pockets on the bodice, and it is lined with print to match the dress. f|||pM^^ Good materials, excellent designs and low price tajts distinguish these two charmers (or smart wardrobes. The purple rayon crepe model, at left, looks like a coat dress but is really a one- piece affair. The printed suit, right, with black and white circles on a red background, includes a practical but handsome dress with high, shirred neckline and a snugly fitted jacket with pouch pockets. PAGE THREfc Check ! 7 or Slate imcls Received omiscot County hoo P beige beige can't lined and C:\HUT1IKKSV1LLE. Mo., April Vniisc-ot County schools have vd their second and final from state school funds for the HMO-li school year, accordiim to an announcement . Wednesday by Harold S. Jones, county .super. The sum totaled $187,M(>.1?0, and represents 5f>.-i:5 )>ercenl ul the a|)portionment for the year. In Aii'Misi. UHO, the first payment ol -?:rj. rf percent, was jmlcl. makl a total of 5M.(ili percent paid for the yeas'. Ot the second payment now be- iiu 1 , disirilmU'd to the variou schools, $i«r>,«n3.13 is for liisj.1 schools and $2 1,10(5.KJ is for county rural schools. Apportionments were as follows llif.h .schools — Cariilhersvilld $21/lH!..lfi; Mollaiul. $lJI.03i5.in; Hayward, j>n.7-il.:if>; Wardell. $17.-llil.;U; . S-J.HUri.tiO; Cooter. $10,- radocto, SH.7H5.y7; Steele, $19.30:1.- IJi-iiuu City. $lO.!Jjr>.:H): Vlayii. $H).177,77. Rural Schools —' Hush School, it); Fourteen LJend. $2i)'.U2; 1-nscola. $(i.M7.77; Carleton. $902.27: Chin- Sixteen. $!WO.(5l; Kinfolks Hidue. $74H.8(i; Ivlound, $i):) ; l: Chapel. $(M(;.B7; Cunady Switch, $92f>.<i!): McCarty, S^H.Ui); Coll.on- \vocd Point,, $l.{i:?U.7r>; Ooirdn^. f r f)()i); Hwifl. $l,2f)(i.W): Hunter, ?:^S).74; Nelherlands. $n. r ifi.l7; Pnach Orchard, $H75.02; Fla^ Lake. $588.- i'7; Darnell. SUO:J.20; friendship, '••7Mr>l: Black Island. $272."a. - Band Concert To Be Given Here Sunday .shoulder line; dolman .sleeves; the .-slim frock with fullness draped at one .side; the dress with matching acket. lined or unlined; the dress with full-length coat, in silk or wool; capes, both long and short crisp lingerie touches. Furthermore, it's no more trouble to find a b.isic dress at less than fifteen dollars than to find one at five times this amount. And the wise shopper, whether her budget is limited or not, always has at least one basic dress in her wardrobe. It's the little model that can go anywhere and does. It may be dressed up or dressed down, as the occasion demands. It goes to the office with a white collar or a simple necklace and tailored earrings. With a dressier collar or more elaborate jewelry, and white gloves instead of dark ones, it goes to tea with equal grace. In addition to a basic dress (and it doesn't have to be black), the sm'art women with more taste than money makes up her mind to follow the.' rules employed by those chic creatures who appear on all - of the so-called "ten best dressed" lists. In other words, she resolves to stick to a shopping plan-, built around one color theme. You don't catch her buying a navy blue coat and accessories and then falling for a beige and brown print. No. indeed. She shops until she finds a gray, white anct blue or red and white or red and blue or even green and white print, p.ny one of which will be right with the navy accessories. She knows that unless she sticks to a carefully thought-of plan she won't be chic or, in fact, if her budget is limited, even adequately clothed for any and all occasions. in an early morning automobile mishap near Blytheville. Miss Gee was injured last February 12 when an automobile in which she was riding with another woman and two traveling salesmen struck Krutz' bridge on North Highway Gl and overturned into a ditch. f |i Willis Barr, 31, Kansas City;'-B. Rubeck, Denver. Colo., and an unidentified woman were in the automobile with Miss Gee. Mr. Barr was injured and left thc.hos- i M two weeks later. £ Miss Gee filed n lawsuit against Mr. Barr,. said to have bcei^ driver, late m February, asking $20,000 damages as a result of her injury. The lawsuit, filed by Attorney Claude F. Cooper, will be tried at the next session of Circuit Court. An hour concert of familiar music will be presented by the Blytheville band Sunday afternoon at the stadium, according to announcement, made today by Charles G Morehead, director of the band. In appreciation of the .support ot local citizens, the band will play from 'K'10 to ft:HO o'clock in a free, concert for the" public. There will be a twirling exhibition by the majorettes, maneuvers by the marching band, and numbers by the concert bund and two toneffc bands from Sudbury and Central schools. Services Held For Miss Fannie Lunceford ihc County Court for the Osceola District of Mississippi County. Arkansas THE MATTRR OP CALLING IN FOR REGISTRATION THE OUTSTANDING COUNTY WARRANTS OF M I S S 1 S S 1 P P 1 COUNTY: OIIHKK On this 7l.h day of April, 10-U. the first day of the ro|.-.nlar April term of the County Court for the Osceola District of Mississippi County. Arkansas, at its own instance, the Court considers the advisability of calling in all outstanding county warrants to. ascertain tho actual financial condition of Mississippi County. Alter careful investigation, Hie Court, finds that It i.s expedient, in order to determine the actual tiuanelal condition of said County, thai all outstanding county warrants, drawn on the County Treasurer of Mississippi County should be culled in and registered us provided by Section Liii-K) of Pope's DltU'si of'the Laws of Arkansas: and, at the same time, the Court should examine the warrants and elusKtfy them for payment. The Court further finds Unit it is nol necessary to cull in any county road warrants. Thf: Court, also finds that no other order has been issued within the past year and that this order is not 'contrary to Section 2!)'i:t of Pope's Digest. It i.s therefore considered, ordered and adjudged by the Court that all persons owiihu 1 , or holding warrants of Mississippi County, Arkansas, issued between April :\. 19:W. and April 7. HM1. including: said dates, and all outstanding county warrants regislereel and numbered under the order of this Court, dated December I. I!):)}), are hereby required lo present the same lo the County Court at its regular .July 1941 term at Oseeola, Arkansas, on or before Twelve O'clock Noon, of the 7th day of July, t!Hl, for I.re purpose of having the sumo registered and numbered. U Is further ordered and adjudged by the Court that the Clerk of the County Court shall keep a record of nil lec.iil warrants so presented, and shall endorse upon the back of (Mich of them l.hclr registration number, the date of registration, imri his signature. It i.s further ordered and adjudged by the Court 'hat all county warrants or orders on the County Treasurer of Mississippi County, it-sued prior lo April 7, 1941, not presented and registered on or before Twelve O'clock Noon, July 7, 1941, as required in this order, shall bo forever barred, as provided by Section 2542 of Pope's Digest of the Laws of Arkansas; provided, however, that thi:; order shall not apply to county road warrants. The Cleric of the County Court is hereby directed to I'liniteh the Sheriff of Mississippi County a certified copy of this order calling in the county warrants within the time prescribed by tow; the Sheriff of Mississippi County is directed lo give due mid legal notice as prescribed by law and to make a full and complete report of his proceedings to the Court, on or before the first day of the 1041 July term of the County Court of Mississippi County. Arkansas, which will be held a tOsccola, Arkansas. ROLAND GREEN. County Judge. Certificate STATE OF ARKANSAS. COUNTY OF MISSISSIPPI, -SS 1, T. W. Potter, Clerk of the County Court of Mississippi County, Arkansas, duly elected, (nullified and acting, do hereby certify that the above and forcgolm.; is a true, accurate and correct copy of an order eiiiered by the County Court of Mississippi County, Arkansas, on April 7. 1941, at O-sceola, Arkansas, which order Is MOW duly recorded in County Record Book lf>, at jniye m;, Witness my hand as Clerk of .said Court this April B. 1U4I. T. W. POTTER, (SEAL) County Court Clerk. 4/11-18 Read Courier News want ads. < New Used Deloe Furniture Co. We Sell, We Buy—We give boot, we take boot, or ,we swap even. Ash & Rll—Ph. 1C Cash Credit BISHIP'S GRO. & MARKET Mrs. Jack Biship, Prop. E. FREE Main DELIVERY . Phone 1231 777 MARKET Fresh Meats and Vegetables Fancy Groceries Fit El! DELIVERY Earl Snider f>2:{ \v. Ash Fhnne K E Y S T 0 N E Field & Hulk GARDEN SEEDS . HAKV CHICKS I'URINA FEEDS rOULTRY 12 I- Main rlione e rocery & 10<) W. Ma iii St. Thorn: IB PRKE DELIVERY Visit cnir store ur try our telephone iiiul delivery service. Ami join our many happy satisfied customers. FOR SALE APPROVED ALFALFA SEED Lespedeza and Beans and Peas of Various Variety Also Car of STONE VILLE , Pedigreed 2-B and L. R. Matthews Gin Co. Vhonr 403-W-2 Yarbro. Ark. COURTS Hurt Two Months Ago, Young Woman Recovers Mary Sue Gee. 21-year-old Blytheville waitress, formerly employed by Hotel Noble, -.vas dismissed from Blytheville hospital today, more than two months af- • ter she had suffered a broken back Municipal Court, with one of its smallest dockets in many weeks, included the following convictions this week: Percy White, malicious mischief, $10 fine. Eddie Gordon, petty larceny. S10 fine. F. Jordan, assault, and battery. $10 fine- Several fines were assessed in public drunkenness cases. Other trials were conUnued. CARUTHERS VILLE, Mo., April IP..—Funeral servioo.s tor Miss Fannie Mae Lunceford, 20, dauj^hler cf Mi', and Mrs. Lowery Luneeford . rf near this city, were held here | Thursday afternoon at. the Firs!. [ Baptist Chinch and conducted by i the Rev. D. K. Foster. | Miss Lunceford was born in Mis- j su-sippi on May 5, 1020. and died I Wednesday nl. the, Da])tist Hospital in Memphis of eelhilitis of the nock. Besides her parents, slie leaves three brothers, Thobern, Tom .and Johnny Lunceford. and a sister, Robbie Lunceford. Commandery Meets Olivet Commandery. No. 20, will meet in regular communication tonight. 7:30 o'clock, at Ma.sunic hall. Announcement wa.s made today IJY R. E. Hlnyloefc. LIBERAL Allowance, for ymir old Funiilim: on New. \V«t also pny.uitsh fur used fu mil un-. Alvin I lardy Funi. (.lo. :«H 1C. Main " Thorn* I!i20 Dr. \V. K. Hrewer r fp-• ('•• . Dentist HlyllH'vHIe, Arhimsus sri-:ciALS! 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'\\ m SAYS CHARMING CAROLE LANDIS "My choice for best-tasting cola was Royal Crown Cola— by a big margin" Let the results of certified Hollywood taste-tests show you the way to a far better cola. Lovely Carole Landis made Royal Crown's famous cola taste-test, drank leading colas ia unlabeled cups, and voted Royal Crown Cola best-tasting. Groups of movie folks at R-K-O, Hal Roach and Universal studios made tests and voted the same way; Voted best-tasting in city after city from coast to coast in 5 out of 6 tests, Royal Crown Cola with its big 5c jottlc fills TWO TULL GLASSES. (Handy home carton of 6 bottles — 25c.) Make yours the cola that's best by taste-test, *? COLA V? fe Iiuii^ $ ? s ''*%' 2$& » : Best by Taste-Test • 7 . •• :•?.;.-• ROYAL CROWN BOTTLING CO. 222 Union St., Joncsboro, Ark. Phone 3951

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