The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1942 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 7, 1942
Page 2
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?' VAGKTWO Early ^American -Indians planted the white oak were "the size of a their corn crop when the leaves of mouse's ear." BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER.NEWS Red Cross Shoes $6.95 as pictured, in cream kid and all white kid! at popular prices' POLL PARROT SHOES FOR BOYS AND GIRLS! At Popular Prices. The Family Shoe Store 312 W. Main Phone 2342 s Air Force Enlistees Now In University May Continue Studies FAYETTEVILLE — Students in the University of Arkansas bftwmi the ages of 18 and 2G now havo an opportunity to enlist in the Army Air ]pjjrce Reserve and continue their studies, it was announced this week by G. P. Stocker, dean of the College of Engineering, head of the faculty committee in diar^e of en- H.stment.s. The University is one of two focal points in Arkansas for the Re:;ervo enlistment program. The program was inauguraud at the University when an Army Air Force delegation headed by Col. Robert Davenport, visited the campus to m;ike necessary arrangements. University men stud:.iU.s within the JU-2(j age limit, who can pass the prescribed physical examination may now enlist in this branch of the service, complete their college training and then begin Aviation CadJt Training, first step toward obtaining a commission in the Air Corps. Since Army Air Force officers must have high Qualifications, men students now in the University or high school students 18 years of ago are encouraged to enlist, in this branch of the service and complete their coilege training before beginning training for officers in the Air Force, Dean Stocker said. The Flying Board of the Air Force, accompanied by an examin- j ing .board will return, to the University May 14 and 15 for the pur- 1 pose of giving examinations and S±? rm^o^-aXS' Home Demonstration Notes «"•*"*>— who arc 18 years of age. j Jhe recreation Dualled information for this pro- ! ' J '° (;ivr ' 1>lays gram, which was inaugurated in Yiirbro Home Demonstration club April, lias been placed in the hands which met Tuesday afternoon in of all high school principals for UK? Jiome of Mrs. Ross Moore, will play. "Thursdays' THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1942 the benefit of high school graduates, or it may be obtained from the office of Dean Stocker, University of Arkansas. At The Hospitals city. Bragg Hospital Admitted: Mrs, Herman Williams, Bobbie Crowder, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Bon Brandon of City,. Mo. Wulls Hospital Births: A daughter to Mi 1 , and Mrs. Alien Carawny of Manila. Dismissed: Mrs. Monti? White and baby of Steele, Mo. Mrs. Houston Caudle and baby city. Memphis Baptist Hospital M. Fit/simmons of Elytheville. Hoy Fir.- J-'ightcrs Are J£«ady PORTLAND, Ore. (UP) — Approximately 3C5 high school boys in the Ben area will be ready for service as trained fire fighters this summer, the Dc.scluacs national forest office announced. sponsor a piay. "Thursdays at Home" and a skit, "Hook, Line :u.ui .Sinker" . toiaorrow at .Black- at the annual play tournament for all N'orth Mississippi County Home Demonstration Clubs. Twenty one members and one visitor, Mrs. Ivan Busby, were present for Tuesday's meeting which opened with group singing and the pledge of allegiance. Roll call was answered with each member's giving a quotation about' "Mother's Day." Mrs;. Dave Abbott gave the devotional after winch Mrs. Moore ri';ui i\ poem. "My Wonderful Mother." The "Home Blessing" was offered by Miss Lee Styles, president. Topics discussed by Mrs! 'Styles were- "Origin of Mother's ( Cay," "A Balanced Meal," and i'Thc Family Canning .Budget." Mrs. C. J. Little demonstrated a -sugarless strawberry refrigerator cake and gave :i recipe for making Kill Moths Spray Bee Brand in closets and chests. Kills moths in all stages — egg to adult — if hit with spray. Kills ants, roaches, bed bugs, flies, mosquitoes, ves. The recreation chairman, Mrs. W. A. 'Hollingsworth, conducted contests in which Mrs. Little won. The hostess served sandwiches, ced tea and cakes. The next meeting will be May 9 in the home of Mrs. Cornelius Scherer. The chemical element cerium is named from the minor planet. Tired Kidneys Often Bring Sleepless Nights Doctors say your kidneys contain 15 miles o tuiy tubes or Oilers which help thurify 82 Wood and keep you healthy. When they St 4iied and <Wb work right in the daytime iminy people have to uet up nigbta. Frequeut or bcanty passage with snmrtingarid burning Hoiiietimcs BhowB there is something wron£ with your iidneya or bladder. Don't iSt 1L* cona.lion and lose valuable, restful aBp \\ hen disorder of-kidney fuuctjon .perm us poisonous mutter to remain in your blood it Juay also cause nagging backache, rbeumat o pains, leg ptt.ns, lim of pep nnd under the ey Don t wait! Ask your druggist for Doan's Pills, used successfully by millions for over 40 ycara. They give happy relief uad wfll bdn , the J5 mite) of kklney tubes flush out.poC I cus waste from your blood. Got DoanVPuS VALUES up to THESE FAMOUS CLEANING AIDS .*«*^^ "' ; •.•.•'••'«£» _PACKETS OF CHRYSANTHEMUM PLANTS and opening tab from large size 5 FLOWER RINS and opening tab from large BOOKLET ON GARDEN CARE INCLUDED IN EACH ORDER 3 lOVEtY PtANTS DELPHINIUM • SHASTA DAISY • GAILLARDIA >'GARDEN //* GLADIOLUS //M ft/ RIIIRQ fl/r. and opening flap from a package of VER and wrappers from 2 cakes of FLOATING -SOAP COME IN FOR ORDtR BLANKS SEE OUR BIG DISPLAY OF CLEANING AIDS for dishes ends dishpan hands Amazing suds even in hardest water Floating Sortp SILVER DUST WITH BIG CANNON DISH TOWEL FREE Make sure of daintiness TOILET SOAP wiih MflV ?942 HEALTH SOAP removes germs is well as dirt The all-purpose shortening- It's triple-creamed FAIRY SOAP 3 Cake Bargain BLYTHEVILLE C. Sullivan Grocery L. E. Gay Grocery & Market J. C. Lowe Grocery Fred W. Caldwell Gro. L. C. McGregor Gro. Ben T. Mays Gro. Gateway Market No. 1 Gateway Market No. 2 Happy Hour Grocery Safeway Store Pickard's Grocery Gaines Market Nunnally Grocery Liberty Cash Store C. L. Nabers Gro. & MkL J. L. (Jodie) Nabers Mkt. Penny-Savers Store Frozen Food Lockers Sanders Market Kroger Hays Store LUXORA, ARK. Luxora Gin & Gre, Saveway Brown Grocery DELL, ARK. Metcalf Gro. Freeman's Store Brownlee Merc. ARMOREL, ARK. Lee Wilson & Co. IOSCEOLA, ARK. Knight's Gro. Bryant's Gro. Rubenstein's Store Robbins Gro. Nelson Gro. Southside Gro. Brickey Merc. Drake Grocery HUFFMAN, ARK. C. C. Langston's No. 9 Store Adkisson Store REISER, ARK. Keiser Supply Co. LEPANTO, ARK. Murphy Wells' Gro. Ray & Holman Gro. B. & W. Food Store Portis Merc. TYRONZA, ARK. Tatum's Store Tyronza Supply Wood & Warren Merc. J. W. Nunnally Gro. FRENCHMAN'S BAYOU, ARK. Speck Merc. WILSON, ARK. Lee Wilson & Co. GRIDER, ARK. Rogers Store DRIVER, ARK. Lowrance Brothers Merc. Super Market PRICES GOOD FRIDAY and SATURDAY Standard (2 limit) No. 2 Can Folger 11b. can 32c IliC! BERRIES 12 A 1 -i 27 Nelson Qt. 23 STEWART SALAD DRESS- INC, Quart 'S CATSUP 14 oz. bottle JUICE No. 2 can Libby's No. 1 can Pint Can 25c Quart Can Rosedale No. 2-1/7 Can 23 E LARD 4 Lb, Crt. PICKLES Sour or Dill Ql. MUSTARD Qt. IVORY SOAP 'Large Bar 10 LEG. Cans or 6 Sml. Cans No. 1 Tall Can 2 for 37c IALOMET BAKING PWDR. 1 .Lb. Can E$ Searchlight (> Hoxes 25 3 Ih Can 72 CORK Standard No. 2 Can Great Northern 10 Lhs. PEANUT BUTTER Pint Crisp Stalk Peas, English Fresh Lb, 5c 10 Ibs. 39 iES California TURNIP GREENS J GRAPEFRUIT *f For 1 LEMONS California « For Crackers, 2-lb. box ISc LUX 'TOILET. SOAP. s!f xion 3 for 21 c pjnso soaks cicthfts whil«r IRINSO i Savei time 7 worlc/ money. -" Sml. 9 ! /2C Lffe. 23c For toilet and bath HEALTH 1 SOAP 3 For 23c Fall Dressed, pound 29c BEEF ROAST, chuck or eye Jb 25c REST GRADE SWEET SMOKE Sliced Rindess Ib. 35c Sliced Rind- on Ib. 33c SALT MEAT, Best Grade, Ib. 19k: 22k Bologna Ib. 19c Frankfurters BUTTER, Clover Bloom Ib. 41c Lamb Stew Ib. 15c LambChopslb.35c

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