The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 3, 1942 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 3, 1942
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JUNE 3, 1942- BLYT1IEV1LLE (AUK.) COURIER -NEWS Staying Right In The Swim—That's Hollywood Popular For Wartime Suits MY DDE LOU 1 RANCH MM Service Staff Correspomlenl HOLLYWOOD. — People will .swim, oven at wartime.'. California's i-rsort season \viH not be a complete war casualty. And besides. the beaches, don't forget the Hollywood stars' famous swimming pools He-re you can »et a preview of. summer .styles, not the ones de- , signers ar^ pushing, but those actually acu-pted for wear. In this day of priorities and rubber .shortage, bathing suit fashions IU-P especially interesting. California manufacturers had Miockod up on rubber well in advance so there is plenty to go around for this year. But they arc stressing coUon suits— piques, son-suckers, etc.— and in many cases usinji the cut of a non-rub- beri/nd material to achieve the .snug fit »ivcn by elastics in the I last. TKICKY DESIGNS AIV1) Nfc\v FLAVOR At the beach and around desert pools, as wide a variety of new dr-'itfns as ever are to be found. Brilliant colors or solid black lead in popularly. Two-piece suits share honors with the one -piece. New dressmakers continue to please the not-quite-so-young. For real .swimmers, the three- piece suit is a favorite. Typical is tlSJBHSJE] •pKUI-'Cy WORLD'S LARGEST SFI ICQ »rr WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER ATT I PURE-WHJTE PETROLEUM JELLY PAGE FIVE Tiuie-Wom Title Of 'MloustnvilV" Inventor Dusts Off Old Doesn't Do The Girls Real Jus!ice Razor Blade Sharpener BY HUTU M1LLETT U's about/time we coined a word or phrase to describe the woman who takes hold of the .job of bein{, r a wife, mother apd home- innker and does It with so miu-h liiWRhuition, , individuality :iiul warmth that she is tops in her i' of work. It's belittling lo call such a woman n jjood housekeeper, she who •whether she has enough money 01 far too little—can turn tiny house 1 into u cheerful, comfortable, inviting home. If you say she Is a good wil'o d mother, you paint a pale, insipid picture of a woman who has charm gaiety and warmth mixed in with her capablcness and ci)in- moii sense. So when you try to describe a woman who Is successful in the job of -homemaklng. a job at which .so many women an» cither outright failures or never t;i't beyond the stage of mediocrity, you who c house lo ma lev hoim-makiiui their full-time job anil lo devote I their tnlrnts, energy toward hem;; a s It, we ought to invrnt a describe tlu'zn. SKNl) IN YOUK Sl!(i(;|.;STIONS On second Ihniii'.h! ih lo think it ii]) ih'ni (l\v of you women much and proiuM,- to be lops in i! Mum line ol work have phrase to dr-nibr homeiuakt'i. id Ami if you i-ni riMii .vniMi- s'.iii able phrase \\i\\\ whu-h tu <lr scribe women uh, job ol honi:'iu:i!;i! wouldn't always like nohodv-iu- KUL novelist, or ;t find yourself stymied. There's no word that does her justice, no Milwaukee has phrase that rcully tells what » lieens,- plates in ih success you mean to imply she is .supiily. More than In all fairness to the women plute.s wei'e .sah-iij-* AKRON.O. (UP)—Prank Carroll of nearby Cuynhoga Palls is dust- in}.', off some odd-looking machines that may help solve a wartime ;,, ; shortage. | The machines, which resemble slot machines of the one-armed bandit variety, are for sharpening la/.or bliulfs. A coin is placed in a n any ;.'-!nl and the manipulation of a lever home- | starts it working. 11 t;.k|'s :n, jj s now with (he fighting forces in 111- at!l ll " i Britain, invented the gadgets "way anv other j 1);u . k wh( , tl .. b ' uonl 01 ' ' •• \. .i , At that time," says. Carroll, "ihriily housewives gathered up Hir used ra/.or blndcs and carted thrm to tin- corner drug store. Our clid the rest." Jobs to <)j»e Sludcnl AdO. <UP)—There was an "I live jobs a wailing each •W) M'nioi-s of the Illinois ' "I Technology when they ! >-«-(riv.Ml .lf«rci-.s at commcncomcn't • cxen.'isi'.s recently als is u glass eye factory. Its specialty was a bloodshot artificial eye for the morning after. Driver idutru.s sul'fer- Jrom a lack of Gernuui materi- Dell Society—Personal Phone 42 JJox Office Opens 7:30 p.m.— Show Starts 7:45 p.m. Admission Always llc-23c Tax Inc. Wednesday Hot Diamonds! COtD-KLOODED MURDER! LLOYD NOLAN in , White and Perfect' with Mary Beth Hughes JIclcjiC Reynolds, Gcorg'c Reeves, Steve Geray, Henry Victor, Curt Bois. Ccnicdy and News The three-piece suit with a skirt that slips off for active swimming, is a great favorite. Marie McDonald chose jonquil-yellow dull-lustre lastex. the skirt and top .-are both trimmed in a scroll design applique in chocolate brown. Under the skirt arc the briefest of yellow shorts. that discovered on starlet Marie McDonald, swimming at the Santa Barbara Biltmore pool. Of Jonquil yellow dull-lustre lastex, .the bra- top is trimmed with a .scrolUap- plique of deep chocolate brown with, the same applique on the short wrap-around skirt which Marie says she chose because it reminded her of the hours she spent in a sarong making her latest film, "Pardon My Sarong." The skirt slips off for' active swimming, revealing the briefest of yellow shorts. Remember the Duchess of Windsor's famous lobster dress? Well, a lifesize red lobster is to be found spang in the front of • Jane Frazees one-piece white wool swimsuit. The star of "Almost Married" reports that she caused a gratifing ripple of comment at Palm Springs whenever she appeared in this suit. At LaQuinta, at present the A lifesize red lobster, very much like the one made famous not so onjf ago by .the .Duchess .of iVindsor, is the only trim on Jane •'razee's white wool one-piece suit. n con'mon with all-loose-fitting horts this year, this suit has a skirt front. sort even farther out in the desert W. S. C. S. Meets. The Woman's Society of Christian Service, Del! Methodist Church, met in the home of Mrs. J. R. Gill Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. W. D. Howard was in charge of the Bible study. "Our Times." After the program the hostess served a salad plate and an iced drink. * * • Dell Has New Doctor. Dr. E. M. Pfeifler, former house surgeon of The Missouri Pacific Hospital, Little Rock, who has practiced in Corning and Little Thursday, Victory Nile A $25 War Bond '\Vatrii them f.II men with joy.j. \vumcn with despair.. .and the screen with hilarious hi-jinks! iirls About — • -- ^ — --..- w^- u v. W vw. u JJACl\jljHrft-r\^. Ill \J\Jl L lill^j CAi 1V1 1-»1 1. LA V. film and society folk both turned Reck for.the past eight years, has up the very newest of eye-filling 1 recently moved to Dell, bathing suits. Among the many ' » " * dressmaker ]( designs',^ the full.'skirted, ballerina 'one-piece'"style, led—the materials mainly cotton with some synthetics: the colors ranging from the palest .of pastel prints to vivid solid colors with contrasting trims. The first appearance, of what promises well for summer "acorss the country also appeared first at LaQumta's pool-Adress-alikes _ for fond couples. Made of natural string cotton, knitted in a wide cable stitch, the man wore fitted shorts and a matching pullover sweater while his wife's suit was two-piece with skirt-fronted shorts. wn stnrrtnj; JOAN BLONDKLL KINNTTK H.AKNES, .JANET BLAIR i\ ilii Robert Rcnchlcy, John Howard Shorts anil News iOKASAW Wrsl Main Xcar 21st St. Trices always lie and 22c S:il. starts 12:45; Sun. starts 1:45 shows 6:4;> shows Sal. and Sun. Tuesday & Wednesday BUDDY NIGHT 2 for the price of 1 Bargain Matinees Every Day Except Saturday and Sunday. Show Ever)' Night 7:CO Box Office opens 6:45 Continuous Shows Sal. and Sun. LISTEN TO KLCN 9:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Wc(\.-Thurs.-Fri ( hiy BEYOND COMPARE; j^ K a"; EAT BERY —witli— Jack HoH and Vicki Lester. ifdy—The ^ Stoo^rs in "NO CENSUS—NO FEELING" Also—"!!. K. O. NEWS." Thursday & Friday 1) 0 V RLE F E A. T U RE Two fralures for the price of one. He and 22c n«»N ofi'ire opens ;5:4:'i—show start 1 6:00 p. m. Meets \Vith Guy Kihhcc. — ALSO— iots Vacation' —with— Sinclair and Sally Gray. Also—Universal News. A NEW WARNER BROS. KIT wilh Dennis Morgan - Brenda Marshall Directed by MICHAEL CURTIZ «»n Hi> • Cts.'te fobiu • PtjinjH Ctriatr ' Rtjir.jM FITTED BY Doctori J. L. and J. GUARD OPTOMETRISTS IN BLYTHEVIIXB 8INC1 Ittl 8PTICRL STORE W. Main St. Phone 2912 Paramount News & Comedy ROXY Bargain Night Every-.Night Except.her home. Saturday. Show Every Night 7:00 Box Office Opens, 6:45 Continuous Shows &*t..and Sun. Has Bunking Party. Miss'Vester DVnsmorc entertained ' eight guests with a bunking party Monday night at her home. The group attended the theatre in Blythcvilic "aYid then returned to Miss Densmorc's home for a wiener roast. <: « « Miss Margarette Marshall, of St. Louis, visited her sister. Mrs. Russell Green way. .and Mr. Grcenway for three days this week. Miss Joyce Gill, a student at State Teachers College. Conway. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Gill, has returned to college for the Su;%jier x session. Those who attended the S. S. President Monday night were: Mr. and Mrs. James Ti dwell, Miss Louise Brownlcc and Charles Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henderson, Miss Virginia Mooney. Cecil Metcalf. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gill, Tom and Robert Dee Hardin. and Miss Margarette Armstrong and Justin Tidwell. Miss Vester Densmore. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Densmore. will leave Saturday morning for Harding College. Searcy, to attend school. Miss Helen Liggett and Miss Bcrnicc White, of Marked Tree, were week end guests of Miss Mary Lois Morgan. L. A. CutclifT of Amory. Miss., was here last week to visit Mrs. Cutcliff who is here with her father. M. F. Brownlcc Sr.. and family. Mrs. Carney Collctt of Jefferson City. Mo., was the guest of her brother. E. W. Noland. and Mrs. Noland for four days last week. Miss Virginia Ncwsom. daughter of Mr. .and Mr.s. Joe Ncwsom. of Tunica. Miss., is visiting her uncle. Udell Newsom, and Mrs. Ncwsom here. Mr. and. Mrs. J. H. Mullins and son. James Wallace, have returned frcm a visit with their parents in Conway and Fayetteville. Miss Elizabeth Johnston is visiting her uncle, the Rev. M. N. ! Johnston, and Mrs. Johnston for two weeks. Miss Irene Magers. who has been ill - of appendicitis since Sunday morning., is able to be ou,t. Mrs. M. N.' Johnston is ill at New Wartime Menu Series Aids Problems IJy MRS. GAYNOR MADDOX. NLA Service Stuff Writer Plan the war worker's lunch box as carefully a.s you plan any other menl. Tucked under its cover- is one-third of his day's food. Odds and ends of left-overs won't do for his lunch box—unless those leftovers really have been planned to round out a good meal pattern. Heavy work requires energy foods, -such as starches, sweets and fats. It takes food like meats, cheese^ milk, egg.-, and baked beans to build tissue and muscle. Healthful Diet Is Important'"" Iron, absolutely essential in building good red blood, comes from eating molasses, liver, oatmeal, dried fruits, eggs and salads. Bones cannot be strong without plenty of calcium, and calcium—, lots of . it—is found .. in ... milk, eJieese, greens and salads. The box lunch should taste gcod. Grinding meats and mixing with mayonnaise makes a more delectable sandwich, and varrylng the kinds of bread makes them more interesting. Moist and spicy cakes like gingerbread go over big, as do crunchy raw vegetables like celery and carrot sticks. A bottle of fruit juice or tomato juico, as well as the thermos of milk or hot coffee, are ever-welcome thirst quenchers. Home-made Brown IJrcad One cup flour, 2 teaspoons soda, 1 teaspoon salt, 1 cup-corn meal, 1 cup whole wheat flour, : !' t cup New Orleans molasses, 2 cups sour milk, I cup raisins or nuts (if desired). Sift, flour, soda and salt. Mix with corn meal and whole wheat flour. Mix molasses with sour milk; add dry ingredients. Beat well. If desired, add raisins or nuts. Steam 2 hours in greased molds filled two-thirds full and cover tightly. M'^i^SsE:-^....^^ Junior Commandos Organize SAN FRANCISCO. CaJ. (UP)— Students representing nine Junior •Hi^h Schools have launched a "Junior Commando" movement. They ^proposr a physical fitness program that will lit any member for any future Commando alignment the war may bring. When two automobiles collide at a speed up to 3D miles and hour, resultant damage; usually is to the vehicles and not to the passengers. * If you suff«r MONTHLY Last Times Tonight Also Selected Shorts. Thursday & Friday San Antonio Rose' with Robert Taijfc - & Janfe: Also Selected &horts. Which makes you munm Nervous- If at'such times you're annoyed by cramps, headaches, backache, distress of "irregularities," a bloated feel ing, periods of the blues-due to functional monthly disturbances- try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. This famous liquid not only helps relieve monthly pain but also tired, nervous feelings of such days when, due to this cause. ' . Lydia Pinkham's Compound is >one mediclTie'ybu can buy today irnaae especially for jcomcn-taken .regularly it .helps build up resistance against such symptoms. Pol- jow label directions. Worth trying! BRING THEM IN TO US AND HAVE THEM SERVICED TO LOOK NEW AGAIN HALTER'S QUALITY Shoe Shop 121 West Main Phone 273^ ...... 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Carvings nredelailcd in the sol id woodand then expertly finished, . . . and underneath the beautiful fabrics in which tiic Brighton group is upholstered, is nationally famous Kai-jirri guaranteed Construction, This group is bcau- illy harmonized and you will find a cover fabric i- each piece that will meet your decorating needs. 1 1 i I A winfi r.hnir that, imparts c J Ay-- hcntttijully eYprc.sxof/ in ili>- !in<; comjorl oj this Queen Anne &* A spacious sofa dcsignr Jw tufnptrtliiity in n tnod~ emiclv .s/cn/ iwm, :#•"*£% Hubbc ''urniture Co.

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