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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 12, 1942
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tfAGETWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar \ Tl I^H'WTTP^^fX A ^y*C? fc*\^i UM *T*ft W Ft\-*£* £i0MfA. X **^ -M V l **A™ & *J * - Mrs. J*. B. \WailWs entertaining I Chatterbox Qtyijj. ' :;_ Mrs. W. \W. {ghajftr having Wed- : nesday »Cohtract^iciub. ! '4< Chapter 'D, P. i ! E. O. -Sisterhood, meeting K o'clock with Mrs. A. Conway, - Sisterhood :qf Temple .Israel meeting 8 o'clock„-with "'Mrs. Max. Borowsky of Manila. J- B'Nai B'rith meeting ^8 o'clock i |with William Borowsky. of Manila, a Sudbury Parent Teacher Associa- ijtion meeting 3 .otclpck /at. .school; ilpreceded by; executive board meet-, ^ing at 2:30 o'clock. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Ed Cook ^entertaining'.Double Pour .BridgeXciub. Town and :Country ;Clu.b meeting : ? with Mrs. C. C. Langston. '\ Mrs. Sam Sikes having Triple- Table Club.-: -. Mrs. John F; ;Len.U.entertaining j Thursday '(Contract -Club. ' Mrs. -P. B. Jarrett entertaining 1 Ora club, ; 1 -o'clock, in 'honor of Mrs. W. S.-Langdon. Prosperity jClub ^meeting 2:30 : j o'clock' with -Mrs. J. A. -Saliba. I -FRIDAYS EVENTS f? Mrs. W. D. Godwin entertaining 3CBC .Club. . ":j Miss Elizabeth .Ann Wilson entertaining -Cee-Que Club. •Mrs. R. L. :Reeder and Mrs. T. L. ^Cassidy .entei-taining ;porcas -Sun- fjday School ;Class, First iBaptist; ^Church, 2;30 ojclqck, at qhurch. A. ;D. Hudson Marries The .wedding of Miss Joa,nna Benny ;of Kirkwopd, ^o., and A. D. Hudson was solemnized Sunday night by Justice ;of the Peace T. L. Cassidy at ;his 'home. The only attendant w,as Mr. IJHudsori's son, Jimmy 'Hudson. | Mrs. Hudson :js (the .su.per,visor of jthe Telephone Company at Kirk- l|wood, MO. .Mr. Hudson ;has made i|his .home •hereJ..Tpr a .number of PJyears. ,He is .owner .find jfn.anager Inspiration—From Canada E VERY YEAR Truman Bailey wanders somewhere and brings back ideas for a whole collec- .... tion of place - inspired ||i|| clothes, .and they're typified iby the neat, fresh, workmanlike cotton .overalls pictured here. Birds, ships, spinning ..wheel and other familiar things of the 'Canadian province appear _ in the jcotton shirt. Wx#ti>X<!iV!'#Z$#Zfttt&# Bite of News Mostly Personal TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1942 .KENNEMORES ARE PARENTS OF SON Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kcnnemore' of Qso, Ark. .are the parents of a son born Monday morning. The baby who weighed eight and three fourth pounds, has 'been named Charles Rickard. Mrs. Kennemore is the former Miss Mildred jiof the Hudson Grocery in .this city, weathers of this city. Mrs. Hudsqn, who '.ha^s returned j * * * to Kirkwood, will joiri Mr. Hudson SjUDBURY PJA T,O here after June;28. Power Company Employes Give jRecital And Dance Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Francis of fuscaloosa, Ala., have arrived to spend a few days here with their son, Kavanaugh Francis, and .Mrs. Francis. Today, Mrs. Kavanaugh Francis and her houseguesb and Mrs. Tom A. LilUe are in Memphis. i*n Ben F. Hill and J. C. Pijothr'o of Manning, S. C., returned -home Sunday after having spent a few days with Mr. Hill's brother, James Hill Jr., and Mrs. Hill. Mrs. W. L. Iglehsart Is slowly improving at Memphis -Baptist Hospital. Miss :LaFetra May spent the .week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. LaFayette May. .She is a student at Southeast Missouri State Teachers College, Cape Girardeau. On Sunday, Miss June' :ReimnillGr, ; Bobb Hinke and Bill Shivelbine, .all students at the college, motored down for her and ,for a visit with Miss Reinmiller's parents, Mr. anc! Mrs. John F. Rein- .milltr. Mrs. G. O. McClellan and sons, "Edward and Myron, and Miss Clar-. ine Atkins of West Hamlin, W. Va... left yesterday after having spent; a few days here .with Mr. and Mrs.; Eddie B. David and Mrs. B. F. Potter. Mrs. Minerva Sisk and daughters, Misses -Nonna, Carol June, Elaine. Shirley and Bobbie Lee, all .cf .Little Rock, spent Sunday with mother, Mrs. Mamie Plans Announced For Two- Pay Boy Scout Meet At Walker Park Here More than 100 scouts of Mississippi County are expected to attend the Boy Scout District Campo- ree Friday and Saturday at Walker Park. Invitations have been extended to scouts in BlythevilLs, Manila, Leachville, Osceola, Luxora, Wilson, Joiner, Reiser and Burdette. Bancroft Terry, camporee chief, has announced the following officials for the camporee: Percy Wright and O. P. Rainey, assistant camporee chiefs; Ward Akers, cam- poree .chief; Don Sutherland, song leader; Harman Taylor, chiel clerk; Jack Finley Robinson, assistant clerk; Carl Ganske, .assistant clerk; Carl Ganske and O. P Rainey, first aid men. Troops and leaders will check in at camp site, get acquainted, prepare for the night, practice stunts and .set up camp from 2:30 to 4:30 o'clock Friday. From then on, judge? .will look over the patrol camp .and patrols will cook and eat sap per. Dell Girl Miss Oph€lia Hardin, of )Dell, and Burl Boyd were .married :last night at 8:30 o'clock in the home of -the; I Rev. V H. Grearn, pastor of .Second 1 iBaptist Chu'rbh7-'Who-:re,ad the serv- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lippert; were their only attendants. ; Thsy will niake .their home in ! this city where Mr. Boyd >is connected, with Delta .Implement: Company. '''••:. ''••-. . : r STUDY CHILDREN AT tAKE STREET, IviEET^NG ':Suffqr little!•.children to come ^ unto me" .was : the-.theme of the; program presented; ^€sterday afternoon at the Imeettrig ,of the 'Woman's; Society .of .Christian ,-Service, Lake Street Methodist ..Church. Mrs. A. L: Regan was leader.' Other rspeakers ,on the program and their ; subjects were: Mrs. ;Bill King,- '^Children an -Our. Homes for Children"; rMrs. jBates Sturdy, ["Children' in Our Hospitals"; Mrs. -Cieo •""•Pqpe, '-'Children in Our Schools"; .Mrs. :Maggie 'Cole, '"Children in .Our ^Community and Set- tleimnt Houses"; >Mrs. Iverson -Morris, "An /Arkansas Girl at Work:" prayers were .Offered toy -Mrs. W. L |Green and Mrs. -A. ;L. Regan. During the social 'hour, -refreshments were served by Mrs. -LaShot and Mrs. George Shamlin. -• " .-* -.* &VIRS. WHITTLE IS CLUB MEMBER ^Mrs. Lagrone Whittle became a piember of the Three Quads Club ft-a party last night .at the home pf Mrs. Clyde Abbott. Guests-were j&frs. Jimmie Terrell and Mrs. L. -' Burton. j_High score .prize went to Mrs JR. P. Lane, low to Mrs. Whittle Ipunco to Mrs. <v. Henderson, anc |£onsolation :to Mrs. -Abbott. Followingr-the' games, the hostes strawberry shortcake. HAtfE MUSIC TROGRAM The Sudbury Parent Teacher Association will hear a .program of music .and will install officers tomorrow afternoon at ,i.ts ; meeting at the school. The .general meeting will be at 2:30 o'clock preceded by executive boai:d-meeting at ,2 ; o'clock, fourth, .fifth,and sixth grade stu- ents of .Sudbury will give the pro- ram in comrricmoration .of Na- onal Music Week. Their program, riginaliy scheduled for .last week, as .postponed .because of the suagr ationing program conducted irough. the schools last week at hat time. In .past years, ,i:ll the .elementary chools .have jointly presented a nisic .festival, This'year, however, hey aer. presenting separate programs in observance of the music eek. served A recital by the Reddy Kilowatt mixed chorus and -a dance was ! given Friday night at the Woman's Club for employes of the Arkansas- j Missouri Power Corporation and other guests. ' In the chorus- arc Miss Jane McAdams, Miss Joyce Somers, Miss Mary Katharine Dillahunty, Miss Sara JEvrard, Miss Betty Jane Easlsy, Joe Hughes, L. S. Benish, Jimmie Richardson, Howard Wilson. Special divisions of the chorus are a girls' trio, girls' quintet, male quartet and mixed chorus. Mrs. Ralph Berryman is training this group which will appear .before -the Arkansas Utilities Association convention May 18 and 19 At The Hospitals Blythcville Hospital Admitted: Mr. ; Jiles Rambo, city, Births: A son born to Mr. and Mrs. 'aul Wynn of Luxor a. Dismissed: Mrs. Thomas Via and baby, city. Mrs. Jack Slaten and baby of lolland. Mrs. Edward J. Gollinge^, city. Walls {Hospital Admitted: Glenwood Taylor, Holland. Births: A, .son to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Barber of Keiser. Dismissed: Mrs. John H. Storey, city. lyiemphis Methodist Mrs. -Russell K.-.Crockett, Osceola. Mrs. Albert -Lrxwson. Caruthersville. Mrs. Sisk's iFritzius. Mrs. B. J. McGehee and daughter, Phyllis, of Atlanta, Ga., are visiting Mrs. McGehee's mother, Mrs. F. C. Toler, and family. She came a week ago and will .probably be here for another week. Mrs. L. B. Hanna returned last night from Morrilton, where she attended the funeral of her mother, Mrs. R. M. Brown. Fred Hanna, who accompanied her to Mor-rilton, returned a week ago. .After a free time from G unti 7:15 o'clock, patrol leaders wi' meet with Ward Akers of Jones bcro, district scout executive, stunt will be reported to campfire chief colors and retreat will IDC sounded.. Special Surprise Treat Keeps Car Rails Just in Case TUCSON, Ariz. (UP)—Old and outmoded trolley car rails will remain imbeddsd in the streets of Tucson. The city council feared lack of tires for busses might .make a return to street car days necessary. Strtwbcrry Bavarian pie ,is special surprise treat for :lhe son on leave .from the service. •"" SAN ^FRANCISCO ('UP)—War- The .first day's activities will bs ":' u ," tT: c •,l?mov*,l umh n /.nmnfivo f..«,« 55 P llbllC -made ready for use the -first of climaxed .with t a campfire, from 8 until 10 o'clock. Stunts, and fun will be features of the cam,pfire program. which will be located at startegic will Sfl TIP'S M V "*-»* % *Q"*»' t tho 'P° ints .' in the city .-in case of .enemy f air attack wth poison gas bombs. Erected by the .Red .Cross, the ll rise at .6 o'clock' .station ,is capable of .treaUn Saturday morning. The schedule victims an hom , B ildi ° will include:, colors at .7; breakfast $2,000. - ' by patrols at 7:15; clean up period at 8; scouting .games, fun and con- All morning events will be run Dr. Maurice Tainter of 'the 'Red pointed out that .speed was the .paramount necessity . victims 'Noli Wasted In Tasty Dessert 13 Phone 42 BOX Office Opens 7:30 p.m.— Show Starts jf:45 p. ,ro. Admission Always llc-23c Tax Inc. Tuesday, Dime Nile All Rickets lie (Tax ilnc,) Kid From Kansas 9 —with— Dick Foran, Leo Carrillo, Andy Devine. Also Comedy on a patrol basis and will be based ^ s t alC wS ,ave " on the emergency service training. lives » - f fche city were They will be kept simple enough a large gas atttack so that the troops which .have not I , 11T ,, ,, . , ( > - •• .~ ,-..~.- r.~~ .,..—.1 h'ad a great deal of emergency s«rv-L ... g , should be em- j Dissolve gelatin in : hot water;; i^ 0 ,.«,„ novtimrtnta ,pnasized is speed,' Tainter said, tadd suear. salt, and lemon iuir>p BY >IR$. GAi'NOR MADDOX NEA Service Staff Writer ' Even .on Mother's Day, .the war-' time rule is "waste no food."' Whether mother herself prepares' the Mother's Day menu for tier son in .uniform home for the .day/ or whether the voung 'daughter of' the house does the cooking, neither sugar nor shortening nor any in-' gradient must be wa'sted. The .following recipes .belpng : .\n the "no waste food 1 cookbook. SI VI? AWTRFPRV RA.VA.Rl A NT 1*11? o 1 lXrl.,\V(Dlj|V'IV r i O^i'.V ^V|VIf\i^ '& tCj Cme .package strawberry fruit- '. flavored .gelatin, 1 1-3 cups hot .water, L-,4 :qup .^ugar, ,da^h .of -salt, .2, tablespoons lemon juice, 2 cups strawberries, crushed, ;1 cup heavy cream, 1 baked ..Shinch pie shell. Wednesday TOUR WIVES' —with— Pi'iscilla Lane, Koseinary ,Lane, J.ola Lane, Gale Payne. Shorts anil News ice can participate. Following lunch and a clean-up ,, Tainter said. "Best .results from rgas ; contamina- ; ga contamina- 10 or camp site by judges. can Scout games, fun and contests later. ibe achieved up to several hours will precede the main afternoon ; Pvt. Russell T. Knitz has return- event, a tug of war for everyone, ed -to Camp Robinson after spend-, in camp with a reward to go to' ing the week end with his parents,i Mr. ,and Mrs. L. M. Kriitz. • i Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrone, of Jonesboro, Mi\ and Mrs. Elcue Tyrone and family, of Paragould,; and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tyrone at Hot Springs. Mrs. Tommie Sex- and family of Sikeston, Mp., spent ton, of Walnut Ridge, who accom- Sunday with their parents, Mr. paniecl the chorus Saturday night, will go with them to the state 1 convention. and Mrs. J. L. Tyrone. ;Pvt. Jack Jenkins left this morning for Ft. Benning, Ga., after a Before going to Hot, Springs, the ; 10 days' visit with parents, Mr. Mrs. A. H. Jenkins. group will sing on the weekly luncheon club program of the Kiwanis Club Wednesday. Guests were Ben F. Hill and at Memphis Baptist -Hospital. J. C. Prothrb of Manning, S. C., wenfc down Saturday. -C. C. Lnngston is -recovering from a minor operation performed He Showered and Rubbed The de-gasing stations would the" winners. At 3:30 o'clock, there ^ erve as emergency centers for vic- •will be an assembly for the an- , ms ' after which they would be •nbuncement of ratings and at 4:45 trans ferred to-hospitals. ,0'clock, retreat and dismissal will 1 Tll e procedure was ..demprustrated' b« .sounded. recently in a drill with live models participating. Attendants, gasproof clothing, rushed the "p.a- .tients" into a sealed chamber and ' Party Is {riven i stripped off their clofch es. -I ^ an ^adjoining section, Eighteenth annual Mother-' the CTa Daughter party of the Business" and' 'scrubbine Professional Woman's Club was" burns y given last night at the home of .f errec j' to they add sugar, salt, and lemon Chill .until cold .and .syrupy. .Add strawberries. Fold .in .cream, w.h,ip-: ped only -until :thick and .shiny, but not stiff. Chill. When slightly thickened, turn .into .cold ; pie shell. i Chill until .firm. -Garnish with (Whipped cream, -if desired. Note: 'One box .quick-frozen strawberries, thawed, .may -be substituted for crushed .strawberries in this recipe. Omit sugar. JELLY TARTS (10 -Servings) Pastry: 2 cups flour, i teaspoon baking powder, 1-2 teaspoon salt, 2-3 cup shortening, C to 8 tablespoons ice water. Filling: 2-3 cup currant or strawberry jelly. Pastry: Sift together dry ingre- Thursday, Victory Nile $25.00 War Bond It's a Mad and Merry Design for Lo.vingr! CharJes Boyer, Margaret Sullivan —in— 'Appointment For love 7 Shorts and News a pastry blender or two houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. James Hill Jr., and J. A. Mott of War-' rensburg, Mo., houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. George -Cross. : Following the recital, the group danced to nickelodeon music. Sandwiches .and iced drinks were served. COURTS Uncle Sam owns about .9000 islands outside -the United States proper. Coffee grounds now are used for snaking soap in Germany. 1 It's the Law! To save t precious rubber for <the-war effort, Ihe Director of Defense Transportation issued a general order to service industries which says: We cannot make more than one stop at each customer's .residence in any one day. This means ... to pick up your laundry or Dry Qleaning your .bundle must be ready and available when sw v e call. To ..deliver your laundry or Dry Cleaning, we must make collections at the time of delivery. If -these .rules are noX complied with, we roust - postpone Ifce deliyery or pickup of your laundry or Dry Cleaning until the following day. \\^e cannot gKye any special delivery service. This .means . . . any requests, other than our . regular delivery service, cannot be granted. 3 We m«st -red.uce our truck mileage 40 per cent » each roonth below what it was the same month last year. Tfeis jneans . . . \ve must re-schedule our delivery sejyice in each territory. We've already asked your cooperation to help us save trucks and .tires, in anticipation^ the..passage of this delivery curtailment tvim?. Rut, now that it has .become a Government order we most comply with tt. The incMyenience caused by this .order will mean a sacrifice to both of ns. B«t we feel that it Ls a small sacrifice, because it will enatte v as U owiOnne serving you, and at the same time help »*r nation in dts effort to win the war. HUDSON TAILOR SHOP urmeviLLE LAUNDRY CLEANERS IW-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS Reckless Driving;: Gus Ohitwood pleaded guilty and V/as fined $25. Disturbing the Peace: Napolinn -Stokes pleaded not guilty. Was found guilty and ' fined $10. Petty Larceny: Floyd Walker pleaded guilty to four separate charges and was fined a total of $40 and 7 months in jail. Robert Lee Can- pleaded guilty to four separate charges and was fined a total of $55 and eigh months in jail. Driving- While Under Influence o Intoxicating Beverages: Sambo Fincher pleaded guilty and was fined $100. J. E. McBride pleaded guilty anc was fined $100. $25 of the fine was suspended. Herman LaRue pleaded not guilty. Was found guilty and fined $100. He appealed and bond was set at $250. Disorderly Conduct: Ernest M- Mandogo pleaded guilty and was fined $10. Fine suspended. Tinsley Tremain pleaded guilty and was fined $10. Fine suspended. Assault With a Deadly Weapon: Lena Henry pleaded not guilty.. Was found guilty and fined $50. Case appealed and bond set at $150. A total of 15 were charged with public drunkenness and fined. Pvt. Fqy Etchison is visiting >his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. hison. He is on 15 day furlough rom Camp Callan, Calif. Mrs. L. D. Hurley spent Sun,ay -in Memphis .with Mr. Hurley vho is with the Naval -Reserve at Nashville, Tenn., prior to .being ent to unknown destination. Mrs. Norman Pelsenthal, of Memphis, came last night to be with her father, B. H. Levy. She s the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris. Quinton File of Lafayette, Incl., came yesterday to spend a few days with Miss Patricia -Wood and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wood. Return From Funeral Of Mrs. Cross' Mother lone George. The hostess assisted by Mrs. J. .G. Barnes and for Mrs. J. L. Newsom in planning the affair.. Supper was served buffet style from the dining table of which the: centerpiHce was a low bowl of pink roses. Attractive individual favors were marshmallows in. which miniature flags "were stuck. Mrs. '-P. E. Fox, club president, presented Mrs. Vernie Stilwell with a gift for being the only mother who had not misssd a Mother- Separate sections are available The regular Latin alphabet contains 22 letters. MostWOMENif MIDDLE Mr. and Mrs. Herman ;Cross and daughter, Mrs. Edward Segraves have returned from Union City Tenn.. where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Cross' mother, Mrs Emma Fransford, 90. one of the most prominent citizens of Obior County, Tenn. She died Wednesday midnigh and funeral services were conducted at 10 o'clock Friday morning at First Methodist Church in Union City .by the Rev. O. A. Marrs, assisted by the Rev. W. B. Cunningham and the Rev. K. G. Dunn. She was the widow of Thomas L. Bransford who died in 1916 and was the daughter of Col. Hugh Alexander Catron and Jane Mont- .gomery Bell. Her father .served as a colonel in the Civil War. drilling Confederate troops at Nashville and had served in the Seminole war under General Andrew Jackson. The late Mrs. Bransford was but a year eld when her parents moved to Obion County. She married ;Mr. : Bransford in 1872 and moved into Union City where she was active in the First Methodist Church missionary society. She was the mother of 10 children, six of whom survive her. They are Howell A., Ben, Erasmus. Ervin and Mrs. Robert Bell, all of Union City, and Mrs. Cross. D.uighter party since the club's J fare Services the .Committee on Public Relations of the Arkansas Medical Society called attention to the following "three golden rules of .nutrition." 1. A sound foundation for bouy- ant health can be built with seven ordinary foods: milk, fruits, eggs, seafood, meat, green vegetables and "bread with adequate vitamins in it. 2. As far as you possibly can, see to it that every day you eat .at least: a pint or more of milk, so as to get some vitamin A, some .of the B. vitamins, good ] proteins, and plenty of calcium; organization. She is the mother of Mrs. .Clarence Holder, of Jones-! boro, a charter member of the club. Another gift was sent to Mrs.. Newsom's mother, Mrs. Mary B. Levan. who is the oldest mother of a club member. Illness prevented her attending the party. Red roses in silver vases were given each guest. Mrs. Nswsom was in charge of the program which included accor- a shower off. After first aid for gas ients were trans- knives until .it .is "the size .of .li beans. Add the water .siowiy, .mixing it .into .the pastry mixture just enough so it -.vill .hold .together. Roll out the dough on a floured ooard. With a round pastry cutter, about four inches .in diameter, make 20 .circles, in 40 of -these circles .out .out an inside circle about ,one .inch in diameter. Place; the : pask-y circles in two-quart utility dishes ; and bake in a hot oven .(.425 -P.) about 18 minutes. ' When -the pastry Ls cool, .place; a .tablespoon .of jelly in -the ; center of each plain pastry round, and top with pastry round in which the center -was cut out. I 117 Btffaln Matinees Every Day Except Saturday & Sunday. Show Every Night 7:00 •Box Office opens 6:45 Continuous Shows Sat. and Son Listen to KLCN HEALTH TALK Sponsored by Arkansas Medical Society THREE GOLDEN RULES OF NUTRITION In cooperation with the Federal Office of Defense Health and Wel- Tuesday & Wednesday dion numbers Miss Ann Warth and a reading by Miss Loulizzia Thompson. Miss Warth played '"You Tell 'Me -Your :Dream, I'll Tell You 1 enriched bread or biscuits, or whole Mine." "Home On the Range." "Cielito Lindo" and "In An Old Dutch .Garden." Miss Thompson gave the reading, "The Boy David Learns a Prayer." Guests at the affair were: Miss Mary Aline Crawford, Miss Annabel Bryant. Miss Floy Weingfield. Mrs. Max Parks. Miss Mary Sue WVight. Miss Medrith Hanccck, Miss Wilma Eppinette. Mrs. Alton Jaggers, Mrs. T. L. Heaton, Mrs. Stilwell. Mrs. Harry Bogan, Miss Warth and Miss Thompson. 38-52^ old Suffer Distress At This Time— If this period In a womtn's life makes you cranky, nervous, blue at times, suffer weakness, dizziness, hot flashes, distress of "irregularities"— Try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound—made especially /or women — famous for helping relieve distress due to this functional dis- tuijaance. Taken regularly-Pinkham's Compound helps build up resistance against annoying symptoms due to this cause. Thousands upon thousands Of women report benefit! Follow label directions. Wort k trying f Hospital Nurses Here To Entertain Soldiers The local women who entertained at a Mother's Day dinner the soldiers stationed here to guard the air base site evidently started something for the boys are to be entertained tonight with a wiener roast by members of the nursing staff of Walls Hospital. Chain Thefts Finally Catch Up With Youth HAMBURG, Ark. (UP)—William Peoples, 17-yenr-old -Negro, was convicted of stealing a bale of burlap bags from L. T. Barnes, selling them to A. E. Denton, stealing them from iDenton and then selling them to George Pugh. He didn't stop there, but stole them from Pugh and resold them to Denton. the original buyer in the chain of thefts. Denton recognized markings on the bags and notified officers. Willie was given a year and a day on the county farm to figure out. where he slipped up. |;:tun -cereals, or whole w-heat bread, so as to get vitamins Wins .Chicago Art Assignment CARMEL, Cal. CUP)—Henry Van- .num Poor 'has won -the $5 ; OOD .com-,petition ( for ,a tile mural in the new Chicago post office. .Poor .completed a mural in ; the : Ei-esno .courthouse during .-his seven months of painting on the -Pacific -Coast. and minerals; either a tomato, an orange, a grapefruit or their juicss. so as to get plenty of vitamin vitamin C, more vitamin A. and: minerals eggs, or lean meat, or seafood, so as to get more proteins, several B. vitamins, and iron; an apple, a peach, a pear, or other fruits in season, so as to get added vitamins and minerals. Then, unless your doctor has you on a special .diet, eat anything else you like, with moderation; including the necessary fats. You will in this way be certan of a daly nutritionally adequate diet. At one time, there was no life to be found on the earth except in the sea. Men, Women Over 40 Rundown, Listless? Eleven soldiers are expected to Get Zip, Punch, New Activity J guests for the affair at Bar- ! 'Hyt worry another <3ny over that rundown. Ancient Roadster Rolls On Same Tires 10 Years MIDLAND. O. (UP)—Tire and gasoline rationing didn't stop C. M. Bickers from buying the 28th set of new license tags for his automobile. The roadster, purchased in 1915 3r $440. is running on tires 10 years old—and the treads still are in excellent condition. Vickers has never driven the car more than 50 miles from his Clinton county home. CHICKASAW West Main Near .21st L 8t Prlcei alwayn Me .and 22e Smt. starts 12:4J; Sun. starts 1:43 Night shows 6:4W Continuous shows Sat. and Stm. SctMn Ploy by Allen.Rivkin • Bated Upon !ho Cosmopolitan Magazine.Story by Paul Gallicw Directed by Richard Thorpe Produced by Jack Chcrtok " Also Selected Shorts ROXY Bargain Night Every Nigtot Except Sat«rday. Show Every Night 7:00 Box Office Opens 6:45 Conttaoops Shows Sat. & Son. Tuesday ,& Wednesday BUDDY NIGHT 2 for the pric e of 1 CISCO MID' —with— Cesar Romero, Mary Beth Hugh*s and Chris-Pin Martin. Corned}'—an .all star short—"GOU> TURKEY." Tuesday £ Wednesda 12etft Cutniy-Ftx Plcb Also Selected Shorts Read Courier News want ads. T> ,..;n u ~j ~* o «>«i««i it will begin at 8 o clock. More than one-fifth of the .total population of England and Wales lives in Greater London, in normal times. nhnuatcd. listless feeling. Take Ostrex—;hc ^TIMULATINO tonic. Puta new activity in 'nKsed out body which needs iron, vitamin H? '•alclura. phosphorus. Positively AMAZRS new <MTS. For mdiilts ot nil »KM but ESPECIALLY so.xl tor tbo»c past 4ft when a stimulating toviie la 5»st often needed. "aSc Introductory size 0*tn\x Toalo Tablets now only 29cl Start to get vim vitality and io*t for enjoylug Tlfc, this very day.' For sale ftt (ill good drug slore.i every- where—jn Blytlieville, nt Kirly Drug. A Cordial Welcome Awaits You at The Beauty Bar One of the finest, most modern shops in Northeast Arkansas. Phone 32frZ Gtencoc Bide. P*'""" •*•'»' j j \ \ Hear Evangelist Wldttington and Williams Old Time Gospel Preaching and Singing. All this week at PILGRIM HOLINESS Come, Uring family and worship with us. L A. CREWS, Pastor

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