The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1942 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 13, 1942
Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1942 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUf PUPILS AMA Announces Plan To Benefit Dairymen and School Children LITTLE ROCKl, May 13.—An expanded school milk program was announced by the Agricultural Marketing Administration Tuesday, looking toward aid to Arkansas dairymen, and making more- milk available to more school children, either free or at a penny a half- pint. Aubrey D. Gates, assistant extension director of the University of Arkansas College of Agriculture, said he had been advised that AMA is ready to operate the program in low income area schools during the remainder of this school year and next, to help provide needed new outlets for milk as an aid to dairy farmers. Milk used in the program will be bought at prices prevailing locally for unprocessed milk. AMA will pay the fanner's price for the milk, and the school or sponsoring group will pay for pasteurizing bottling ami delivering the milk to the school. Applications for the .school milk program should be sent to L J Cappleman. .regional director, Agricultural Marketing Administration GOG Fidelity Building, Dallas,' Texas. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal day afternoon' alter spending the week end in Cape Girardeau with Mr. and M,rs. Elwood Brown nnd children. Mrs. Pan) G.ennjyi has returned from a Visit with her sister, Mrs. Tommy George, of Joplin, Mp. Mr. £\iui Mrs. JJillie Pounds and children and Mr. nncl Mrs. Hauzie Wcingfleld and children spent Sunday iu Memphis with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vaujjhn and Miss Mary Pounds. Miss Patty Jordan and- daughter, Fairy Ann Hazel, luive. returned Irom Lepunto, Ark., where t(iey have boon visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dan Portls. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Woodnrd. of St. Uniis, spent last week end here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Woodard and Mr, uiul Burl Castcmixn. Scientist Enters Army; Wife Takes His Job NORTH SACRAMENTO. C aJ rs. Hdsley Seliedvln hus Into tliu ol'.lior lius- PACK THWH boijd, Robert, S<tyedvin, head of the science dcpdjrtincnb' and' chemistry toucher in Grant Union high school When Schedvin catered, au army " school " in,' Master number for 45 Years SAN DIEGO, Cal. (UP)—George P. Radclifle. 73, was certified by state authorities as the- oldest active plumber in California He learned the trade at Kansas City when he was 17 and has been a master plumber for the past 45 years. - ' * for all occasions Personalized Service THE FLOWER SHOP Phone 491 Glencoe Hotel lildg. EdUy-Boone Kites Performed Announcement has arrlver here of the marriage of Miss Ava Nell Boone, formerly of Steele, to Freddy Eddy both of San Jose, Calif., which occured at Reno, Nev., April 16. The bride wore a blue ensemble with shoulder, corsage of pinfc rose buds. Their attendants were the grgom's sister and, her husband. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Boone of Chowcilla, Calif., formerly of Steele. The gropm is of a prominent family of San Jose. They will make their home in. San Jose where Mr. Eddy is employed. * * * lias Surprise Party Mrs. H. L. Cupples was guest of honor at a € surprise birthday party^ Wednesday afternoon in honor of her birthday anniversary. The affair was uiven by her friend Mrs. A. D. Fielder, .at her .home which was decorated ' with flowers. Prizes. in the card games went to" Mrs. -J. R. Dillard, Mrs. Fayette Frame. Robert Frame, H. L. Cup- pies and Mrs. Ollie Barnes. The hostess served a refreshments and later the guest of honor was presented an assortment of gifts. •; ' * * « Entertains At Bridge Mrs. Carolyn Armstrong was hostess to her bridge club, of Cooler at, a party Friday night when Mrs. Faye White was also a guest. The high score award went to Mrs. Tom Hopper, second high to Mrs. Lewis Lester and bridge award, to Mrs. Velmer Cambell. The hostess served a sandwich plate with hot choclate at the close of the games a.ucl iced drinks and candy during them. * y * Son Born Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pritchard, of near Holland, announce the birth of a son May 4. The baby, who weighs 9if. pounds," has "been named Charles Larry. Mrs. Prich- ai'd was before her marriage Miss Hazel Hamilton. * * * Mi-, and Mrs. H. F. Gestring returned yesterday afternoon from a visit with their son, Edward, of St. Louis.. James Ashcraf-t returned yester- children "I know that correct shoes help my children's feet grow straight. So I look for a scientific last—roomy toes, snug arch, broad heel base. I look for soft leather, sturdy «^ fy^-ff x^^; soles. I look for careful fit. >S?V\^ 6 ^%J&. 1 -\.:\ <• low prices. And Wards shoes meet my standards perfectly!" *»• No. 2425-Mnfant> classic high shoe, in white, with plain to«. Siz«i cqnga from 2 t.Q.5. No. 2444-3—Classic high shoe, In white, with spring heel, sturdy sole, Sizes 4 to 8. 1.19 Use Words MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN to buy all your children's needs. Thousands of items not on display in our .stores are available quickly through owe CATALOG ORDER . DEPARTMENT. Nc. 5113—Popular brown-and. *hi».o saddk oxfords, v»Hh jturdy 1.79 406 W. Main Phone 591 — LARGEST SELECTION OF CHIIDREN'S SHOIS IN TOWN — southern California, Mrs. Scheti- vin, u former teaiihe^ in the school, ;took over hU classes, captain is .empowered a marriage ceremony hjs l?0iit, U the occasion ark** In im, -Turkey ,«XMKX) pounds of •otter, countries. For want of a nail, a shoe was lost For want of a shoe, a horse tvas lost For want of a horse, a rider was lost For want of a rider, a battle tvas lost For want of the battle, a kingdom was lost All for the want of a horseshoe nail '.'••'^V (Pwr Richard*s Almanac) Nothing like that's going to happen to America; ^tti^tfit X America is going to win its battles ;1; win them by seeing that the men who need the tools; ma chines, guns, and supplies HAVE THEM :^ ;WHEN f^THEY NEED THEM. / That means you : ; . 7 everyone ; ; ; is going to give up a lot of things we enjoyed and took for granted ; ; ; because the men who fight ; ; ; and the men behind the I men who fight ; ; '.need those-things! .... v. ^ ' .. ' Okay ; : ; we're willing T: ; GLAD V ;;; to make the sacrifice ; ; ; any -tf sacrifice. But how will we make sure that the right men get the things they need? 1 The 4* * -• priority system takes care of that; Our Government knows what's needed ; ; Y knows who makes it; ; ; knows who should^ [have it! The priority system is the Govern- ment's way of seeing that the right men get what they need ;;; when they need it. /. The priority system says DEFENSE •»->+ NEEDS COME FIRST ii A needs come; / Up to now'we everyday c ^ s. ' ' ¥ -W?*, people haven't been touched much by 1& ^ priorities; America's vast storehouses gave us a big supply in reserve ;; ; on almost everything. / The picture's chang- ing rapidly, t Right now: ; ; at Wards ;.'; / and in retail stores all over!; :; clerks I \t • / ,• are telling customers,"Sorry, but you'll have to give us a priority rating onithis." * Some customers I I ' L . *"* * who understand, take it as a matter;of course. Others;., who >. . ,V \ fj'IQ; . , , & v don t understand';*; ; are pretty peeved. * T-Ty, , J "•r^'r^N ' '^*t ^i' F rk^^^=^r^^ * We ' re Panting this ad so>ustomers will understand; When Wards ;~; ; or any- Ix^^t^V' ' ^—^™ and tells in what order those OIie f ' asks for a priority ; : ; I that's; because the Government /• wants it that way;;; wants to make sure that a defense worker isa't be- ing deprived of something he nee<Js ; ; needs vitally! / And we want to j# . \t ( ") make this clear—although many items are re> •^•<qsMi0fe~ ^ stricted by priorities : ; ; most of the things you need ; ;; clothes, shoes, furniture T;;. practically everything you use ; ;*;'' you can still buy as before. And you can buy all these things at Wards ; ; ; econom- ically . ; ; with assured satisfaction, f Not being able to sell tools and equipment except on a priority is going to cost us a lot of business. Well, that's part of our sacrifice ; ; ; and we're glad to make U, Not being able to buy those things is part of your sacrifice. We're pretty sure that's, okay with you! Serving America for 70 years.. .MONTGOMERY WARD

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