The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 29, 1942 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 29, 1942
Page 5
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FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1942 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Congratulations PALACE CAFE on your opening of one of Arkansas 9 finest cafes CITY ELECTRIC CO. "At Your Service" Palace Cafe, Now In New Location Will Hold Opening Tomorrow • *• »*• ••• The Palace Cafe is now established at its now location in I ho Sudbury Building on Vest Main street, After extensive remodeling and decorating had been'completed on he new home of the restaurant, the equipment was moved in Wednesday night and neals were served there for the first time yesterday morning. The formal opening of the afe will be held tomorrow, according lo an announcement made by Mr. and Mrs. 10. It. arvis, proprietors. Coffee will be served free of charge from <) to K) a.m. and J'rom ;i o 4 p.m. »The new home of the restaurant las been completely remodeled -and decorated along modern lines. Capable of seating 300 people, the :afe has been painted in white The Beautiful New PALACE CAFE Is a Credit to Blytheville. We Extend CONGRATULATIONS to Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis. A. S. BARBORO & CO. 2nd & Rose Sts... Phone 2038 enamel. Linoleum has been laid on the complete floorspun. and an ip-to-datc kitchen has been par- .itioned off from the main part of he building. You'll Need A Sense Of Humoi You Become A Soldierellc IIV HUTU In the list of qualifications for New furniture has been added I women who will bo taken into o that which was already in use, lew fixtures have been bought, ind the latest kitchen equipment s being installed. An air-eoncii- .ioning unit will insure comfort o customers during the Summer nonths and steam-heat will be used during the Fall and Winter. Present plans call for the construction of a ladies lounge in the balcony of the restaurant as soon as plumbing and fixtures can be nirchased. the women's army there Ls no mention of a sense of humor being es.sonl.iaj. Nevertheless, it's a quality needed by lhe girl who wants to Join up. For it's going to take America l''or a while every other humorous cartoon will have a girl in uniform in It. and radio comedians will get their laughs at the expense of the women's army. That's ; the way it will be lov a while, and the girl senst of humor isn't as broad as IHM some little time to get used to mhui i s high won't enjoy It having women in the army. Where the idea is still new, it's going to call forth a lot of riming. "Taking if" may be one of the feminine volunteers' hardest jobs. That uniform, for instance. It's CADET TRAINING WILL START IN AUGUST (Continued from page 1) n the Air Corps Reserve. Gradua- ion day is a memorable one for off. And, families aren't The staff has been increased by j likely to inspire whistles for a he addition of nine new cm- while, until its novelty has worn iloyees. of f going to lake the girl volunteer quite as serious as they take their sons who are getting into uniform. Can't you just hear kid brothers all over the country saying. "Cut it out. Sis. Ever since you starfcd wearing that uniform you have top MIND YOUR MANNERS r M. ftt* v. f. »AT, •rf. ANNOUNCING Of The Newly, Located * PALACE CAFE * (iuunl's Jewelry unit I5oi urn's Drug Store) Newly Remodeled and Redecorated! ^ New Fixtures! Fluorescent Lights! 4 Air Conditioned! We wish lo express our appreciation to our many friends for the splendid patronage shown us in the past, and cordially invite everyone to visit us in our new location. We believe that \ve now have one of the largest and linest Cafes in the state and want you to come in and inspect il. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Jar vis. So, if you can't take a little kidding, young ladies, you had betlei stick to teaching school or working in ii beauty shop At least you had better wail until the country gets used to having its women as well as its men in uniform It won't take long. And, when the laughs have subsided, the wonder will probably be that, w? never had women, uniforms and all. in the army before. That's tbe way it is when- over women try something new F-R-E-E! —on our formal opening day, Sulurduy, Coffee <ir TIM l-'UKK lo evf-ry person visiting us I'rom !) to 10 a. in. ami IS to 4 p. in. Regular Menu Plate Lunches .40c Regular Dinner (>0c Chicken Dinners a Specialty! K. C. Sizzling Steaks! them. They are pardonably proud bccn Lrying to act like a and, needless to say. Southeast is j proud of them. They're fine young men, the best this country, or any other country for that matter, can produce. "After graduation, some of the twin-engine pilots are sent to a four-motor bomber school at Sebring, Florida (another one of theso is planned at Smyrna, Tennessee. 1 ! Here they meet the men who are to be thier teamates in the performance of missions, navigator, lowing questions, then checking bombardier, and gunner. As a team j against the authoritative answers they learn to fly and fight those below: Test your knowledge of correct social usage by answering the fol- . We extend Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis on the Formal Opening of their beautiful new Palace Cafe. * Arkansas Grocer Co. formidable ships, the Plying Fortresses, which have already brought i our enemies. "Upon completion of this post graduate course in few-motor flying, the officer pilot and his team 1. Should someone in an office make sure that a ncwcoemr meets those with whom he will have to work? 2. Should a business man rise when a woman visitor comes in office mates arc ready for combat service, to how ready you can easily imagine 3 Should & woinRn Rcccpt |n _ vitations or gifts from a man who is trying to do business with her employer? 4. May girls working together call each other by their f/!rst from the accounts in the newspapers and magazines of the prodigious missions which are being accomplished daily by these biy ships in the theaters of war. Air Bombardment Vital 305 W. Ash St. Phone 505 Our Congratulations TO THE PALACE CAFE! NUNN PROVISION CO. Cherry & Railroad Sts. Phone 583 "At this point, I want to speak of Bombardment Aviation. It is this important. Without it no nation can win a war. It is the offensive element, the striking arm, and, therefore, the basic component of Military Aviation. "To serve it, we have observation, reconnaissance, and pursuit aircraft. Observation and reconnaissance locate the targets; pursuit, attacks and destroys enemy aircraft in the air, provides protective escort to friendly bombardment, and neutralizes the efforts of enemy bombardment. Pursuit is the defensive and protective element. "So in the final analysis. Bombardment Aviation Ls not only the striking army of the Army Air Forces, but also, more than that. it is the principal striking arm of all the armed forces. "And now gentlemen, since wo are producing the finest short and long range bombers on earth, and since we aic- producing the finest combat teams ol any country to fight them, and since we are producing both of the finest quality in ever increasing numbers, I don't think it is any man's guess as to who will win this war. Remember Pearl Harbor WAUKESHA. Wis. fUP)—When Mrs. Millie Mueller, who decorates chinaware as a hobby, finds the label "Made in Japan" on a dish, she paints it out and etches "Remember Pearl Harbor" in its place. Congratulations to tin: PALACE CAFE names? 5. When answering your employer is it better to say "Yes, Mi- Smith" or "You bet"? What would you do if— You are new in an office and eager to make friends with your, xssociates— (a) Show them you want to be friendly by taking the lead in starting conversations and asking if you may eat lunch with, them? (b) Show your friendliness when they talk to you or extend a luncheon invitation—but wait for them to take the lead | Answers 1. Yes. 2. Yes. 3. No. 4. Yes. unless it is frowned upon in the office in which they work. '5. "Yes, Mr. Smith." Better "What Would You Do" solution—(b). TOM LITTLE HARDWARE CO. 12H W. Mnin IMionc 515 Double Bridges News Mrs. Bertie Bnnd returned Mon- from Memphis Baptist Hospital where she underwent a throat operation a week ago. Mr. and Mrs. George Stanford and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Shcrron and daughter motored to Blodeet, Mo., Sunday to be with Gorden Dea-son, who is leaving for service with tile Army. Mrs. Harvy Pcrmcnier entertained the Luxora Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Paul Jackson returned Sim- day from Memphis Bnptist Hospital The largest continent is Asia. 17.- P ilal - hut hcr illf:v nt son. Paul. will remain there in a incubator 000.000 miles. Africa has 11.500.000: North Amercia. 8,000.000; South Amercia, 6.800.000; Europe. 3.750.000. CONGRA TULATIONS-^ - - and Best Wishes to Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Jarvis on the Formal Opening of the New and Modern PALACE CAFE Linoleum Floor In The New Palace Cafe by- for possibly three more weeks. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. O. Kendrick hart a.s their uucsts for the week end Mr. Kendrick\s sisters,. Mrs. E. D. Foster of Tupelo, Miss., and Mrs. Ed Smith of Corinth. Miss., and Dr. Foster and Mr. Smith. She's Never At Home »When Tornadoes Visit We Congratulate — MR. and MRS. E. R. JARVIS —on the formal opening of the new— Palace Cafe We appreciate the part thai we have played in furnishing materials. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. to Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Jarvis on their lic'atitil'ul now cat'c, a credit to our city. We furnish llie PALACE CAFE Will. Fresh Produce 0. W. DAVIS N. Highway Phone 2701 319 W. Ash Phone 55! Electrical Wiring and Fluorescent Fixtures Furnished and Installed Walpole Electric Shop 110 S. 2nd Phone 3371 PKYOR. Okla. <UP>—Mrs. Mary Hushes has every reason to believe she wius horn under a lucky star. Three times while she lived in Snyder. Okla.. tornadoes struck- once killing 110 persons. On all three occasions. Mrs. Hughes was absent from Snyrier. On April 27. when Pryor. the little northeast, Oklahoma boom town, was wrecked by a tornado. Mrs. Hughes, a hospital operator, was in Oklahoma City, visiting a daughter. Her hospital here wa.s badly damaged in the Pryor tragedy. . CHAS. S. LEMONS "Home FUrnishiftgs Moderately Priced" Departing Selectees Get A Parting Salvo OKLAHOMA CITY f UP "-Oklahoma selectees used to leave for induction centers from Oklahoma City rather That, was before Mrs. Lawrence Thompson pot busy and contacted a half dozen organizations, including the American Lesion. Now when selectees leave here. a band or two leads the parade, a number of former service men march with them. The selectees I are given smokes, sood thines to S eat and often are serenaded at the 1 depot. The Beau til'(i I. TNrw Palace Cafe s an Exc lusive ser of MIDWEST Dairy Products Phone 447 For Daily Deliveries GLIDDEN PAINTS Add To The Beauty of the New Palace Cafe Furnished By- DELTA Lumber Co. "Blytheville's Only Home Owned Lumber Yard" 204 N. 2nd St., Phone 497

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