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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS TUKSDAY, JANUARY 1G, ISMS Coming Events •• WEDNESDAY Town and Country Club meeting wllh Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. : Mrs.'?-Ji "E. Stevenson Jr., entertaining A.D.C. Club. Mrs. W. J. Pollard entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club. Mission'.Study Course at First Presbyterian Church, 7:30 p. m. :Ceritral' Ward Parent Teacher Aisoclatoln' meeting at school, • 3 p. m., preceded by executive board meeting, '2:30 p. m. THURSDAY Thursday Luncheon Club meet- Ing with Mrs. E. B. Gee. Mrs. Henry. : Humphreys entertaining Thursday Contract Club. Thursday :•'- Night Bridge Club meeting with Miss Jane McAdams. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Mrs. J. C. Ellis entertaining Oc- tette Luncheon-Club. Mrs -Hurry Weednmn and Mrs. 'Fred.Smith entcrtalhtne Friendly Eight Club at .Wecdnian home. Pathfinder. .Class of First Meth r odist Church meeting with Mrs. C. L. Graves-on West Main St,, 7:15 p. m. > • FRIDAY Mrs.'Chester Caldwell entertaining: Chapter "N" of P. E. O., 1 p. .m. j.- • f. .,„ inltial*Club-meeting, with Mrs Herman May. •Mrs. Robert Weedmtm'entertain- ing O. N. B. Club. Mrs. Ross Moore entertaining G. N.. B. Club. Mississippi, Coimty Council ol Parents and; Teachers .will meet a1 Yarbro School with registration al 9-30 a. m,.program at 10 a. m. Miss Teny To Wed Mr. find Mrs. W. D. Terry of Smackbver, Ark'., formerly of Luxora. have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss £arah Jane Terry, to, Dr. E. L. Ullcy of alias, Texas, son of Mrs, M. J. tloy and Ihe Isilc Mr. Utley of Mi's, Bumey Is Honored Mrs. Emma ' Burney, celebrating her 80th birthday Saturday after libon, was guest of honor at a sur prise rook party given for her b: Mrs. - Ross Stevens that atternooi: The eight guests included clos neighbors of Mi's Bm-noy"? The afternoon was ff'U ft iiv games and later the giv.,' ?? tvV"i was presented with a slwv r .' ' r from her friends befor6 the hoi served ; refreshments of cake an ice cream. Mrs. Burney has long been a res] dijnt of Blytheville nnd formerly was vory.;prominent In 'civic activities of the town, having served as ' the first executive secretary of the - Chtckhsawba" District of the America~n~ Red Cross. She also served ns Mississippi ..County probation officer for several years, and has always been active'in affairs of Hie FJist V Methodist Church.of which'she has long been a member, nn interest which sh'e still maintains despite her advanced age. '* ' onway. The bride-elect. was graduated Circle Meetings Ate Held Monitors of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church met yesterday afternoon In circle groups, when the president's message was read at each before the closing prayer was offered by a, circle member. Light refreshments were served by the hostesses during the social hour which rom Smackovcr High Sshool and, followed each program ttenncd Texas Stale College for " -- Vomen, Den ton. For the past two cars she has made her home in Dallas. Dr. Utley attended schools In Con•ay and In California and now Is racticing dentistry in Dallas, The wedding will be solcmized in orly spring. Are Parents Of Daughter Mr, and Mrs. Albert U Baughnan are the parents of a dangh- er born Jan. 7 at Blytheville Army Air Field Hospital. 'Hie Uaby has oecn named Lyni:a Jenn.. Mr. .BauQhinim, tx seaman 1-c In he Navy,- now Is stationed In the New Hebrides Islands. Mrs. Baughman is the former VIIss •Illc. Onadel Hudson of Blythe- Y.WA Girls Meet Daughter Is Born The Y. W. A. Class of Calvary Saptlst Church met last night at he home of Miss Charlclnc Thorne, with five members and 'our visitors'present. Mrs, Dovle. McCain led In the .;rpup singing which opened the svening's program, and Miss Mar(ha Prultt gave the devotional on Missions." ' •••" Closing prayer was given by Mrs. McCain. Refreshments were served. during Ihe social hour, and Miss Virginia Haughman was welcomed as fi new member of the organization. • * 9 Auxiliary Meeting Held Twenty members of the Womhn'r Mixtllary of First Presbyterian Church attended the meethig lielc yesterdny afternoon at the churcV. when Mrs. Zal B. Harrison was In charge. Routine business was transacted and plans were made for the foreign mission sludy course; to be hclc on the succeeding four Wedncsda 1 nlghls ht the church with the Rev Harvey T. Kldd teaching the course Topic of Ihe course will be "Wes' of the Date Line.' 1 Plans also were made (or the nil day Bible study luncheon meeting ti bB held at the church oii Feb. 6 when -members will study the second chapter of Corinthians. Mrs, Dixie Crawford was progran" leader >for the afternoon, using a her theme both for her devotion? 1 and her program, "Into Ihc Nev World." . Mrs, Marcus Evrard and Mrs. Margaret Flanigan word co-hOBless- cs to 18 members of Circle One, when the devotional was given by Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Two visitors also attended tho meeting, Mrs. James Hill Jr., president of the organization, and Mrs. Harold Doyle. Five members of circle Two met with Mrs. J. u.Quun, when the devotional was given by Mrs. W. L. Homer. ... , Cir.de Th'rqe 'met with Mrs, c. E. Crljjger Jr;, >hcn Mrs. Paul Galloway became- a. new member of the" circle. Mrs; ' : Sal!ie llublcr led in prayer ami Mrs. M. C. Goodwin presided over the business in the absence ol Mrs. Hugh Whitsltt, circle chairman. Mrs, P., E.. Black entertained 14 members of Circle Four, when Mrs. A. O. Hudson gave the devotional. Mrs. O. N. Hawkins and Mrs. John Foster entertained 13 members of Circle Five, at the Hawkins home Mrs. Charles Alford is a new member of this group. Ten members of Circle Six met with Mrs. L. E. Baker with the devotional period In charge of Mrs. R. 'B.'BtouV. - •-.,'. 'ross Orchestra Is Engaged fj.or: Benefit Dance .-,.-. Crlss Cross nnd his orchestra will ajipoar hi Blytheville on the night of Wednesday. Jan. 24, coming directly here from an engagement at Hotel Clitrlclgc ' In • Mem- Keeping Up With'The Men In Service Floyd Balcntine, seaman 1-c in the Navy, .has arrived at a port In the Southwest 1 , Pacific according to a message received by his wife, the former Miss Ramell Hodge of Bly- Ihcvllle. In service for the past two years, this Is Mr. Balentinc's fifth overseas trip during that time. • » • • William w, Lambert, husband of Mrs. w. W. T^nmbert of 106 W, Sycamore St,, Blytheville, recently was promoted to sergeant, It lias been announced by Brig. Gen. William H. Tunner, commanding general of Ihe India China Division, Air Tran sport Command. Sergeant Lambert has served in the division since July, 1043, and is an airplane mechanic. He has beer In the Army since July, 1042, nnd Ir civilian life was a tractor mechanic for Paul Byrum Implement Company. Criss Cross of News Mostly Personal Friends here have received announcement of the birth on Deo. ID •of;a daughter to Major nnd Mrs.!. . ' * ' ' R.,R. Skyrmes ot Savannah, Tenn. Di nneV Party Is Given The baby was ~ born at Coffee'-Mc- mo'rial Hospital ,.in Florence, Ala., nnd has been named Ann Russell Skyrmes. Mrs. Skyrmes is the former Miss BpVbarn Bailey of Blytheville. Her husband now is stationed at Chico Field, Calif. •< • . • . • 1 Have Service Program ' 'ifembers of the:Women's Missionary Union of Calvary Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon at Mbe church for a Royal Service program. ,Later in the afternoon n brief business session \vas held when Mrs. William Hannrt was elected af' new superintendent and treasurer of the organization. '. •* * * • Have Meeting At Church '.JTen members of the Woman's So- c(?ty of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church met yesterday afternoon at- the church when Mrs. W. L. Green gave tho devotional. on "The Greatest Gift." Mrs. Iverson Morris led the group ln:prayer and Mrs. Green presided over the brief business session. \Closlng prayer was given by Mrs, 'Bert Mayo. "4 f ... Daughter Is Born •Mr. and Mrs. I. L. May arc the parents of a daughter bom last Tuesday at Skaller's Clinic. The ba,by has been named Phyllis Jean Jhe Mays have four other children. f- ... Blackards Have Daughter " _, ..Pvt. and Mrs. Marshall BlacVcard are the parents of a daughter born yesterday morning at Walls Hospital The baby has not yet been Mr. .and Mrs. Fielder Perry ent citnincd eight guests Saturday nigh' at their country home at Annore' n celebration of their 23rd wcddln; [inriiversnry*. Red, white and blue flowers formed the centerpiece lor the fiinin' able, where blue tapers in orysta' lanilelabra further carried out thr color scheme. ; : Following the three course dinner the evening was spent In Informn* entertainment. Baptists Meet At Church Mrs. E. B. Woodson wns program leader, yesterday at the meeting of She Woman's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church hold at the church. Theme for the Royal Scr- I vice Program wns "Working Together for a Century." After the repetition of the watchwords for the year, Mrs. Theodore Logan led In prayer. The devotional was given by Mrs. W. M. Williams, followed by prayer by Mrs. Roy Head. Mrs. C. R. Wroten, Mrs. R. E. Van Hooser and Mrs. Alvln Huffman participated in the program for the afternoon, using as their topics "Baptists Before 1845", and "Century of Progress." Closing prayers we re given by Mrs. John Buchanan and Mrs. E. C. Brown. * Mr?. MUlnrd Dec Hooper and daughters, liaydcene and Nikkl Mae, ipcilt the-[Weekend in Memphis as jucsts of i)ei slaters, Mrs. B. L. Daniel and Mlss'Bettye Rayo Ellis. Miss Msiry Sue Wright and her -.Ister, Mrij; E. R. Reid of Wilson, mvq-returned from Tupelo, Miss., •vh'ore they were called by the dentil of their • slstcr-ln-law, Mrs. L>. E. .Vrlght. Mrs. Wright's son, Stuff 3ergt. CharlcB Wright, now stalion- "d in England, formerly made his lome here with his aunt.while at- ending local schools. Sergeant Vrlght wns granted an emergency urldugh two months ago because if his mother's critical illness and vas permitted.to return to the TJni- ed States for a, furlough visit with icr, latcrVrctunilng to England. Mrs. Cornelius Modinger Sr., and 'aughtcrs, Misses Amelia and Mau- lle Modinger, !togethei':-,.wllli her lother, Mrs. Joseph Hodgson, spent yesterday In Memphis where they •ent lo accompany Mrs. Cornelius todingcr Jr., who. was returning o her home hi Morganfleld, Ky. ifter a visit of several weeks here Mrs. Margaret diner Smother- wii has gone lo Memphis to spend : \vo days. Mrs. W. C. Gates left last night 'or Charloltcsvlllc, Va., where she vas called by the illness of her sis- sr. Before returning home she will •Iso visit, in Washington, D. C., nnd \vlington, Vn. She plans to be awny 'or four weeks. Mrs. Hush Whitsltt Is ill at her 'ionic on West Walnut Street. phis, to play for the dance arranged by members of th,e BlytheMOe Junior Chamber of Commerce :for ,he benefit of the ; lfl45'.•.' Infantile Paralysis Drive. . ,.,. • .'.; -. This orchestra has had rjcbrd engagement at the,-Edljon 'Hotel and Jack Dempscy's Night .Club, both In New .York, ahd the ftoose- velt Hotel In Washington, D. C., prior to their engagement at th; Olaridfe. :, .-.' •'.;,;; The dance is to be hcW In the Armory, newly redecorated, , wltli dancing Bcheduled to begin ai ' 10 o'clock in the evening and to continue until 2.-Airtablea.*!!).beRe- B-29 Training Program Opens At Montgomery MONTGOMERY, Ala., Jan. 1 (UP) — The commanding officer Col. R.E.L. Clioate, announced to day that training of B-20 Super fortress pilots and flight engineer as combat teams is now underwa at Maxwell Field. Simultaneously, the commandln general ot the Air Forces Tralnin Command, Lieutenant Genera Dnrton K. Yount, announced- - * Fort Worth, Texas, that' all B-2 training will soon be shlfled froi the Second Air Force at Fort Wort lo Maxwell" Field. Maxwell Field originally serve as a pre-fllght, school for aviatlo cadets and n training base for B-2 Liberator crews. served, and table. rt*crv»tlpn^ ;can be obtained at "any, of trie three Klrby Drug Stores'in'Kvirol V . ."•; Tickets for the. daric*. Will b* on sale at all drug storei .•,''.. •'-'. : ;. A special orchestra 'Platform', Is being constructed ajid-all .arrangements are being made jo .make this n dance long > to be'remembered, according to .Tfiyceo.-rhembers/Leon Oennlng, BlylhevilleV Infantile Paralysis Campaign phairman, is. In charge of the arrangements, together with Jimmy Sanders and Kemper Bniton, '''.•' ''/"' Temperatures High Atlanta . ..'. ........... 57 Lo Augustn CD Blrnirriglinm ......... ..55 Try Red Cabbage For Savory Dish Savory red cabbage i» a nutritious, tasty vegetable dish. BY GAYNOK MADDOX NBA Staff Writer i No housewife today can have too many good •'cabbage recipes. Both red and white arc" now abundant. :•• Savory K*d Cabbage .•'(Sei\eii'4.''tO:6) , • •One .medium'head red" cabbage (about 2 Ibs.ji l.'cilp boiling water, l.teosuoon salt,-}S teaspoon powdered cloves, 2" tablespoons fortified margarine. o> other table fat, 1 tablespoon vinegar, 2 small onions, finely minced; .li tart cooking apple, finely 'minced; ',4 cup grape jelly. . i Wash cabbage, cut head In half and turn cut side down in bowl of cold salted : water .for about-half an hour. Drain : and shred. Measure remaining ingredients Into a large saucepan; bring to'boil. Add the shredded cabbage. Cook, uncovered, until tender, but still crunchy, between 5 and 15 minutes. Just before • serving, add ii touch of cayenne. • : . |. Cabbage Viennese (Serves 4 to 5) One medium head red cabbage (2 Ibs.), 3 tablespoons fortified margarine, 2 tablespoons chopped onion, 3 tablespoons while wine (o: nll(i vinegar), 1 tablespoon browi iUgfir, i (ablespoon caraway seeds. Wash cabbage and shred quit' 'inc. Cover with cold salted wa .er for a half hoiu-, then drain Ilinse quickly with boiling water. Melt margarine in large heavy fry Ing pan. add onion and cook slow ly until it begins to brown. Ad shredded cabbage, wine or vlnega and sugar. Cook, uncovered, stlrrln frequently for 15 minutes. Ad caraway seed and continue cookin additional 5 minutes. Delicate Cabbage (Serves A to 5) One small head firm white cab bage, shredded; 4 tablespoons for titled margaiinc or other lable fa 2 tablespoons water, !4 teaspoo sail, 14 cup top milk or thin cream ',6 teaspoon grated nutmeg. Crisp the shredded cabbage in cold water (about V4 hour). Drain. Melt margarine In heavy saucepan. Add cabbage and water. Sllr over low fire until tender but still crunchy In texture. Add rich milk or cream and nutmeg. Bring quickly to boiling then turn heat low, Cook 5 minutes. ay. This Is in cooperation with the wily health's department which as asked thai all public gather-' igs In that area be canceled In rder lo prevent spread of the dls- asc, it was announced by John E rain of Wilson, president. WAUNING ORDER i the Chancery Court, Clilcka- sawba, District, Mississippi County, Arkansas, illian Hawks, Plaintiff, vs. No. 8927 / larion Hawks, Defendant, The defendant Marlon Hawks is ereby warned to appear within ilrty days In the court named in he caption hereof and answer the omplaint of the plaintiff Lillian Hawks. Dated this 15 day of Jan., 1945. HAUVEY MORRIS, Clerk By M. Jarrntt, D. C. Ed B. Cook, Ally, for PH. . G. W. Barham, Atty. ad Lllcm. 1110-23-30-2:6 Read Courier News Want Ads. ftxpectinqa Mother's Friend helps bring ease and comlorfio expectant mothers. M o T H E K ' s FfTlE] ND, an exquisitely pre- pnrccl emollient, la useful In Dllcondl- I tlons where a blund, mllcl.anodync rrias- Enge medium in skin lubrication )s de- Blred. One condition In which .womcii« for more than 70 years have used It \3 an application for massaging the body during pregnancy — It helps keep the ekln eoit nnd pltflblD... thus avoiding unnecessary discomfort due to dry ness nnd tlghtne&s. It refreshes nnd tones the* skin. An Ideal massayo application for the lurmu. tinnitus or burning sensations ot the skin... ror tho tired back muscles or cramp-like pains In the legs Quickly absorbed. Delightful to use. Mother's Friend' /Uglily prui£e<] by users, many doctors and nursca. Just ask any druKffist for iiotlier'r Friend—the skin lubricant. Try It lontr.'it Charleston. Bi Osceola Rainbow Group Install Officers • Charlotte 49 Chattanooga 50 l Qw" • Vlf • • named. ••The Blackards daughters. havo t7,-o other —But He SMILES, Now p« wl**> ag Jii W85. Use same formula used by ifoclorj ndjunctlveh" nt noted Thornton £'Minor Clinic. Surprising QUICK palliative relict of pftln. Iteh, soreness. Helps soften nnd tends to shrink swell- Ing. Get tube Thornton & Minor's Roclnl OInlmcni—or Thornton & Minor Rectal Suppositories. K not delighted, wltli Ilils 7)OCTORS' w.-iy, low cost Is refunded.' ;.; s.11 good drug stores everywhere. At all drug stores everywhere—in i Blytheville at Kirby Drug. Here's One of The Best Ways to Help .. Build Up Red Blood! You girls anil women who suffer from ^ simple aaemla'or who:lose so much " during monthly periods that you are pale, feel tired, weak, "dragged out"— due to low blood-Iron— r £ SUrtot once— try Lydia Pmkham's TABLETS—one of tho greatest blood- • hon toclct for home use you can buy to h«!p build up red blood to jive more " J*. strength and energy—in such coses Taken as directed—Pinfiiam's Tablets Is one ot the rcry best home ways to get precious Iron Into the blood. Just try Pinkham's Tablets faithfully for at least 30 days. Then see if you, too, don't remarkably benefit. Follow label; directions. Pinkham's' Tablets are KM ttortfi truing. All drugstores \\ Thr MnsnifBjy Walls Hospital •dniitted: Tony Fay Thorne, city. Mrs. John German, Stcele, Mo. Mrs. Max Watson, nt. 1, city. Blyilicvllle Hospital 'dmitiecl: Virgil Coolc. city. Miss Virginia king, Dell. 'tsmlsscd: John Henry Oltlcn, Manila. Ruby Daniels, Dell. P. M. Bennett, city. Ynrhro The Yarbro Woman's Society f Christian Service, Methodist hurch, will meet Thursday nfter- oon, 2 o'clock, nt home of Mrs icorge Bunch. The Osceola Rainbow Assembly No. 19 will have'pilbltp.installa.tipn ol ofHcers Wcxlnesday S.njght, f ^ o'clock. Mrs. R. S. Thompson will be Installed ns Mother Advisor, to i succeed Mrs. E. K. Reid who 'resigned ntter moving lo Wilson. ' "•' The Advisor Board to be Installed is: Mrs. Helen Day, Mrs. LJIlle Vllson, Mrs. 'Annie Burin, Mrs. Gladys Burr, Mrs. Riith; Douglas, Mrs Ixmsi Woodward, "Mrs." Marlon rews and Mrs. Venn P.-. •Williams nnti Mrs. N. U Olllesplc, J..W. I'hrallkeld, Coleman Crews and L. W. Willinms. The Rainbow officers .to be Inslnlled: Worthy Advisor, Martha Ann Moore; Worthy -Associate Advisor, Carole Anderson; Charity, Mary Nell Dusgnr; . Hope, i Suwiniie Caldwell; Pnith, prances -Ashley; Drill Leader, Jnmie .Wilhite; Oh'iip- inln, Nancy Burr; Coiiflrtcntlal Observer, Bcrnlcc'BnKzcll; oijtcr Observer, Betty Kennemore;! ••Reporl- er, Clara Douglas; Treasiirer./Joyce Williams; Iiove, Dorothy 1 Thompson; Religion, Martha Jane Bimii; Nature, Carolyn Stephens; InimbrtiU- Ity, Tommic Lou Stewart; Fldelfly, Lltn Mac Lnnnuni;..' Phtriptlam, Ix)ls Shoemaker; Service; - Naniile Sue Crews; Pianist, Belly Joe Crews. Chicago Cincinnati . Denver Detroit Jacksonville .' Tallahassee Kansas City Macoii Memphis Miami Montgomery Now Orleans New York San Antonio Savannah!'. •'...•.• Tampa . 2D 35 43 11 66 31 <i2 . 43 73 . 02 . 30 . 65 . 07 . 66 Washington 34 tSailrig 56 Houston 64 Jackson 55 Little Rock 51 Shreveporl 55 23 40 33 25 33 34 61 40 40 26 40 38 55 2D 36 3D 30 29 31 Couple At Dyess Has Fourth Son On Casualty List Pvt. Bilbo. Williams, reported missing lii-'Belgluin since Deo. ,22. s the fourth soil of: Mr. and Mrs. V. L; Williams, Dyess, to appear on the casualty list. . In the Jap sneak attack on Pcnrl Harbor, Dec: 7, 1941, their son, 31yde Williams, who had teen in .he Navy 'about a year at that Ime, was killed.: Another son. Tech. Sergt. Hubert Wllliairis, who hns been overseas a rear was wounded on D-Dny in Prance. He recovered .arid returned. io combat and was again wounded Nov. 29 on 'the German frontier. He Is now in a hospital i in England. His wife and baby daughter • live in Augusta, Ga. A fourth son, Sergt. Howard Williams, who has been. In the European theater of operations three early this hospital in" BAAF Sets $1100 Quota For March ot Dimes Drive Tlic March-of-Dimcs campaign (tot off to a Hying start at the Blytticviljc Army Air Field when Maj. . Norris Shealy, post finance officer, held a' meeting Saturday of department representatives. The group voted to adopt a quota o $1100 for the field and thus to engage in friendly competition with the City ol Blytheville. Tlie campaign at the field will run through Jan. 31, with heaviest contributions expected on payday atlttit'enri of this period. Farm Bureau Meeting At Osceola Canceled The county -wide Farm Bureau meeting, scheduled to be held Thursday night in Osceola, lias been canceled became -of the spinal meningitis cases in Luxora nnd Victoria, it was announced to- years, was wounded month nnd Is in a France. A fifth son, Lindsey Williams, also served in Ihe Army, but has been discharged and is now in Los Angeles, Calif. Famous doctor's tlisccvery acis on Eke kidceys to iacreass ntiae an31'elis?;! panful bladder irritations caused by exce;s acidify in llie urin2 TUr.-^ isuo r.crd now to suffer unnecessary Oistrcss and discomfcTt from bac[:achc, liladjcr irril^ticn, ar.U run-down feeling tlus to uxccss ncidity in your'urinc — I'alic thb lamnift-'doiitor's d 1 1& VeV? '-*OK KILMER'S SV/AMP ROOT. For Si-ami. Koat acts fait en the lEid^syajto incrcaio ' the I!o-.v of urii:t>cnd relieve excess acidity. 0-isir.illy uiscovered by ^\weU-!fnoiv:i rr.ys!ci-=, i\i-a:np 'Root. Is a carefull)' Mended combination cf 1G-herbs,. rnots, vc^ct^blcs, balcsn.i nnd ul!i=r natt:^-al in- rrcdicnts. Il's na[ harch'or hiliitifor.nhlj in r,ny \vr.y — jlLr.t £-co:l inprcdi'als th-'l li=][> you f;cl ivovies titter"liotl S:nd lor (rcr, prjp.-.W r.ampl^ TODAY! I.IItc tlio-.ic^rid'i uf clhcra you'll ba cl-d !br.'; -jo;i did. Seat] narsi r.nd address lo rjc;v:rtni;r.t E. Kilr.^or & Co., lac., Bo:s ilj-:-. StcmKvd. Cinn. Orfo- llultcd. Send - c! or.;:. A.'l C-Jc~'-'-s sell Eviia-.j Kocl. UNCLE SAM TO HAND OUT 32,000,000 EXTRA RED POINTS The grcnlest lyiiiclfa^iA cxtru red points ever is B^^J this month, ami caoji inontiflKrilcnv- Sng, : to American'hoipFwives throughout the'country. 32 million extra red points, approximately, vrfll tic handed out by meat dealers to customers who turn in used fats In a great Victory drive for this .essentialof mcdEcines, gunpowder, synthetic rubber, Eoaps, paints and a hundred other necessities on the battlefield -nnd horns front. For each pound of frits turned Ui, every, housewife Is entitled to 2 red joints. The need for used fats is still urgent. Women arc urged to save every droi), every spoon ful of grease possible and keep saving. f until final Victory over both Germnny.gHjI Japan., If n piur of unintcrestln^wlndpws has you stumped, play .them up with a gntn wtillpnpcr or chintz fromc, suggests Bette.r,.Homes & Gardens magazine. Tie bHght curtain bows, then mount a glass shelf across-the bottom of "the windows for your leafy plants and bric-a-brnc. Even the wind whisper* "Admiration" when you wear these misty-sheer, leg-hugging lovelies. In shades as flattering as candlelight. Warning! WATCH OUT FOR SNIFHY ^f tfe&d Colds Hc«id colds can cause much suffering. Don't suffer needlessly. Just put a little Va-tro-nol up each nostril. Relieves The Family Shoe Store 312 W. Main I'hone 2342 sneezy, study distress. Also helps prevent many colds from developing if used In time I Try it. Follow directions in folder. Works find VICKS VA-TRO-NOL Happy Relief When You're Sluggish,Up$et We's just received a shipment of truck and •'••'. * tractor tires—also a complete stock of passen- ger car tires and tubes. Bring Us Your Certificates BLAN HEATH WHEN CONSTIPATION makes you feet punk as the dickens:, brings on stomich upset, sour taste, gassy discomfoit, take Dr. Caldwdl'a famous medicine (o quickly pull the trigger on Uay "innards", and help you fed bright and chipper again. D*. CALOWELL'S is the wonderful senna laxative contained in good old Syrup Pepsin to make, it so easy to lake. MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparations in prescriptions to make the medicine morr. palatable and agreeable to take. So be sure your laxative is contained m Syrup Pepsin. INSIST ON DR. CAtDWElL'S—the favorite, o(ruillionsforJOser'-rs.and[ceHUatwhol»- «ome relief from constipation. Even finicky children love it CAUTION: Use only as directed. DR.CALDMTS SENNA IAXATIVE SYRUP PEPSIN 421 W. Main AUTO AND HOME SUPPLY Phone 828 or BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO. 121 W. Ash Phone 422 AETNA LIFE& ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. E. H. FORD, Representative —Phone Z811 203 Lynch BUg. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS properly designed, arc remembered always. Our flowers are Always fresh, and all work is guaranteed to plense. Lei our expert designers help you with your floral needs. FLOWER SHOP F.T.D. Service We Deliver Anywhere Ph. «1 Mrs. J. M. (Mae) wmiamvowner Glenew BWf, Choose Your VALENTINES While stocks complete! arc new and Priceil We to ?I The Gift Shop Modern A Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN ' Continuous Shows Every Day Kox Office Opens 1:'4S Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 0:00 a.m. • 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p Tuendiy & Wednesday Between Two Worlds with John Oarflcld ana Paul Ileiiricd Selected Short Subjects Matinees Sat. & Sun Only Opens each night 6:45; starts 7 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every N!ght Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Rosy. Tnesdav & Wednesday SPOKE OF HER IN WHISPERS... Claire Trevor • Albert Dekker' Selected Short Subjects •< ' .^ '^"^^•WtKyicrVZ^','"* ~* ,- -• - —

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