The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 29, 1943 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 29, 1943
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fAOsTWO gLYTBEVELLjB, <ABK.y COVERS, NEWf, In'Home Service Sunday Mrs. Elaine Andcistjn Fold ue came 'the .bride 1 of .Heibeit .Sapli of St. Louts in a cbrcinqny pci fonned yesterday • 'afternooii, o'clock, at the home of the bride's paraits, Mr. and Mrs Hubert Potter, 1)22 West'Ash:- The, Rev. S. B. 'Wllford, pastor of First Kfethodlst Church, read tlic vows. . ' . . Riles- were exchanged before an improvised altar arranged In front of the fireplace..The mantel was banked with sinilax,'while .tapers gloived In 'tall floor candelabra, and 'baskets of white gladioli flanked tlie satin prayer bench." Bobble Dean lighted the tapers (luring the 'musical: program preceding the ceremony. Scrgl. Don Scribner wns accompanist for Ross Slovens who sang "I Love You Truly" and "Because" before the stinins of Lohengrin's "Bridal Chorus" ; heralded the wedding party. 1 The bride, who was given In marriage by' her grandfather, J. Nick. Thcimas, wore an riquarmarlne suit of wool g.irbadlrie with a while blouse, and a black and white siruw hat. Other accessories were In black and her shoulder corsage was of'white orchids. Miss Julia Limbird, the bride's only - attendant, wore a tailored suit of-cobalt blue .gabardine, with black accessories. Her corsage was of whKC gardenias. Hubert Potter, ;slcp-tather. of the tiridc, served : Mr. Snpln as best man. Mr. and Mrs.'Sapin left immediately-'after the : ceremony for n wedding"'trip 'to Hot Springs, after which"they will make their home in Jonesboro while he is employed at Walnut Ridge us an engineer for 'Nolan Construction Company. Oul-pf-town guests here, for tlie wedding .included Mr. and Mrs .1. Nick Thomas Jr., of Memphis, uncle ami mint of the bride, Mrs. Arthur D. Snpln of St. Louis, mother' of the bridegroom, and Mrs Sidney Weissman also of St. Louis, his sistei Honms Biide-Elect Announces Wedding Plans 'Announcement Is innde today of plans [or (lie wedding of Miss Ernestine Smith daughter of Mr. und Mrs. George w. Smith, mid First Lieut. Raymond E. Cobble of Blythevlllc Army Air Field, son of Mr! and Mrs. K. A. Cobble of Dayton, Tcnn., formerly of Chattanooga. The marriage will be solemnized Sunday afternoon, 2 o'clock, at Post Chapel, with the Rev. Fletcher Spruce, • pastov of the First Church of the Nav-irone. reading ilm rites before a small };roii|> of friends and relatives. •Because the bride-elect 1 .', father Is doing defense work in San Francisco, Miss anitli will'bo given In marriage by her uncle, PJoyd Thnrpe. Mrs. Dulcia Smith will serve her ilstci 1 as iniiid of honor. Lieutenant Cobble will have as :)csl man, Ucut. n. o'Hara of nly- Ihcviljc Army Air Field. The tapers, will be lighted by Church Women To Sew Women of the Fl of God church will ho at, the Bly- tliKvllle Ai my Air. Field Chape) on Tuesday, 'from l until 5 o'clock for mending and sewing . Keeping Up With The Men In Service ; Mr. nnd Mrs. R. o. Rlgys of tile FJtron , Community hnve enjoyed visits.from two of their -lhrj!e K<mi In sen'lce recently. • Corp. R. c _js, who is stationed-with the tnnfc destroyers in Camp McCoy, Wis., arrived home March 20, for a 10-day furlough. Corp. Maxic a. Hlggs stationed with tlie Air Corps at Fort, lirigBs, Texas arrived March 13 nnd has returned to his Miss I/mnle Hnrge'U during u program of nuptial music by I,. Tl'posl. Another son, Pvl. Loon Moore Jr., organist. Miss Wynette | Is stationed at Camp Robinson In Shepherd will be vocalist. • • A rehearsal supper will be given by the mother of the bride-elect at he Smith home Friday night he- ore Ihc wedding rehearsal. Mr and Mrs Rene George entertained 25 couples with a' dance Saturday night at the American Legion Hut in compliment to Miss Ernestine Smilh and fiance, Lieut. Raymond E. Coble of Blylhevil'lc Army Air Field: A pink and blue coloi scheme was carried out in -the decorations used In the balhoom where guests danced for several' hours. Mr and Mi 5 peorgf t9ok.lli.eir guests lo the Palace .Cafe for "refreshments. * H} GIVIN 1OK MRS Luxora wietvi—Pers<M»l SOC1KTY OF CUKISTIAN- SERVICE Eighteen members of the Society of Christian service met at the church Tuesday afternoon for u routine business session' and a so r clal mtcling observe^ at the end of each quarter. liostes.scs were Mrs. R. ill. Owen, Mrs. E. R. Bogan, Mrs. C. E. Palton. and Mrs. R, W. Thomas, Mrs. Henry W. Spann, president, n devotional from the fourth chapter of Luke, followed by prayer led by MIS Thomas. A new member, .Mrs. A. W.'Wal- hce, was welcomed Into Hie Sn- Hefrcshments were served. BAPTIST ROVAIt SERVICE 1'KOORAM . ' The Royal Service program for March was held by the Luxora Bap r list Woman's Missionary Society Tuesday afternoon al HID church, Mrs. S. J. Smith,'program leader, introduced as guest 'speaker, S..J. Smith, who; used as 1 the basis;of jiis Instructive timl' Interesting rcmaiks, the topic for the month, '"Tlie Christian . Witness in American Democracy" outlined under the Mrs J L, ijewsom \vas honored' to P| c f °. r "Demoiiracy and Clirk- a miscellaneous sho«er given the. home of Mrs R L FJEhci, in the Pride subdivision _^ The Nesvsom-home wjitch was recently destroyed by fire, lias been rebuilt nnrl neigiibois gathered for i 'welcome home' inrlj when the family mo\ed back Saturday. Aiipnnlmately 12 guests were piescnt INFORMAL PARTI IS G1VFN E B Gee Jr, mil Bobby Kirshner" entertained 25 of then young friends with an mfoimal dancing party Saturday night at the Coun- liy Chib Quests spent the evening dancing lo muuc of the nickelodeon. Punch and cooMes were served by the hosts \\lio were assisted in entertaining by their mothers. Mrs. OP Sr, and Mrs H F Kiishner. + - * » ANN CROOK HONORED BY COLlFGb FRl SIMIAN Miss Ann crook, daughter of Mrs j E Crock, is among the 10 freshmen students at Texas State College for j\Yomen, Ocnlon, nominated as an officer candidate for next year's sophomore class. "Final election will be held' Tuesday The five girls leceiving the most votes will be placed in the respective offices of president representative, vice president secretary and treasurer according to votes received. Miss Crook is majoring in physical education nl th? college i • • * t SON BORN YESTERDAY TO SOLDIER COUPI L Staff scrgt and Mrs Philip Dross announce the birth of a son yesterday at Blvtheville Hospital. The baby has been nimcd, pMl- J» Dross for the fifth member of the family to b"ir this mine. Mrs Dross Is the former Miss Pollv Poush Dross ' ftho llve <l >» when he was manager of Hotel Noble U now with (Vie Armi,m North 'Africa Unfitly;" "American Democracy;" "Baptists anil Democracy," concluding with the 'topic, "Making America Safe for Democracy." Mrs. Smith closed Ihc program with the Meditation, "My Two Flags," by having repeated In unison the "pledges to the American and Christian flags. \VEI>NESI>AY AFTKKNOON CLUB Mrs. Roy Ware "was hostess lo her bridge club on Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Vcrnon Aston of C-Eceola was a tea guest. Mrs. Elizabeth Slllmnn was high scorer and Mrs. R. F. Hudson, consolation. * A congealed salad. - sandwiches, Individual cakes and hot- tea 'were served. • - * I.UXOKA ROOK CLUB Mrs. Allen Poscy nnd daughter, Sara Posey, were guests at the Luxora Book Club Thursday night at the home of 'Mrs. Byron O. Wil- klns, hostess. The members; seated at small tables, were served a dinner menu before Mrs. Hilton Stephenson, president, opened the mcetiiiR for Iho evening. Mrs. Sam T. Mayo, program leader, selected "Hymns" for. her discussion presented under seven group headings, as hymns'of P'raiJc, Young People's llyams. Martial,Devotional, Seasonal, Old Hymns, and Round Table Singing. Mrs. ElizMbcllv siliman attended the "Memphis Symphony Orchestra concert recently at which lime her daughter. Miss Ditsy Slllmnn snug in the women's chorus, giving the po;m "Big River", by John Gould Fletcher with the musical arrangement, by Burnct Tutntll, director of the Memphis Symphony. Woodmen Will Meet Woodmen of the World will meet tomorrow night, !hc hall, it wns the Military Police. '. Scrgt. Ralph North Parrar, who has been stationed In Alaska and the Aleutians for the past if) months. h;is advised relatives in Blythevillc that he has been accepted as an officer candidate and is expecllDt' orders sooh to report to an Officer Candidate-School- in Die states. Sergeant Farrar writes that he will be delighted to get buck "home" aiicl sec what people are doing and thinking how. ' Charles Hcnsliaw of Blythevillc recently received his • silver wings and'was promoted to the rank of night officer in the- Army 'Air Forces; Flight officer' Hcnsliaw received 'Ills wings upon completion of liis training at Turner' Field, Albany, Ga. • • Sanford Tomlinson who entered training at Channto Finld, 111., three weeks ago as a weather fore- casier been proifioteil lo private first, class. Jniiies W. Powell, son of j. ir. Powell, Is stationed at .Tyndall Field, Panama City, Fla'. Charles A. Wood, son of Mrs. Charles A ...Wood' Sr., is .stationed at Tyndall Field, Panama City, -'la. . Pvt. Claude Kolwyck is now stationed at Tucson, Ariz. Pfc. Roland M. Flake has returned to Camp Bowie, Texas after sjMjiuUnt; a 10-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Flake and sisLsr, Mrs: Lawerence Young. .' Pvl. Lloyd Ward is now stationed at Fort Enstis, Va., after having bie'n called into (he Army Feb. 18 -wJiile isitteixditig Wasliihgton and Lee University, Lexington, Va. lie was in the Army Reserve before going into active service in tlie Anti-aircraft division of Coast Artillery. Girl Scouts To Meet Tlie Lone Troop Association of the Girl Scouts will meet tonight, 7:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Jerry Hearn, It was announced today. ' ,AI1 members are urged to be prcssnl. Head Nurse WINNIBETH . irA,S, BIRTIID-VV VART1 Miss Wmmbeth Buckley, daiiBh- ter-olMr and Mrs Earl Buckley celebrated hei ninth birthday Sat- U j~ d , a5r ^ Cnlcrla1 »'ng )2 boys and girls wllh a theatre pirtv at the After attending 'Raiders of the Range', the group went to the home of her parents where birthday cake and Ice cream was serv- 20, * / Aggravating Gas WkM IUu£ (H KCM «) MBOther Ton ABtSutJl! *tlf« * d '"' •""*'*' I.ieut.-Col.'Florence A. ninnch- field succeeds retiring Col. Julia O. Flikke as head of the Army Nurse Corps. 5PPLCIAW Eon t put of/ getting C-2223 to re- te° .'L"" 1 ? f i 1 ". 5 "' 1 ""- rhctim'atism and lodge. .-i.--,,-.- ——" - tisfied, and ?l.OO. Today, buy C-2223. CONSERVE LINENS! Supplies limited for duration 1 . Fash carefully wiili minimum rubbing am] machine agiiailo,,. 2. rc-Yiilcn safety wiili UsciUail; reeled, Ulcta linens ran/lift it/blimc. Useit,ioo,toclcnnan<l A D L E R I K A At your Gro^ei's PUREX Bits of News Mostly Penooal Pfc. Prniik ' Alva'J'fobrc vvhbijs stiilloncd with the Air Corps 'in lilchniohd, va,, in radio woit - is spending a l'2-day furlough with "is IWrents,- • M'r. • mid Mrs. . \ 3e Moore. > .j > Mrs. Fred is in Memphl.s '.vith her daughter, Miss Mjiry Lynn Bean, who Is III ut Mc'mhhh Uaptjsl Jlospllal. - : ,.'.; Mr, nnd Mrs. J. , D. Hendy' :i';i<) dnughlcr, Laura Alice of .Earle Ark., spent Die weekend with Mnj' "llil Mrs. Curtis J. Llltle. Mis.. M. P. Foslcr of' Norfolk a., and Mrs, F. M. Wilson and' flaut'litei', Miss IJosemary Wilson of Greenville, Miss., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. ti. A. Lynch dui-l Ing the graduation nctlvlllcs at the filythcville Army Air Field. They left during the weekend. ' ' Mrs. Pauline Lent! of Memphis spcnl yesterday ns i the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs, ,J. p. Lent I mid" son Jack. Lieut. L. o. Thompson Jr.,.spent- 10 weekend here m, u».' finest''of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'L.-'Qi. 'nioinjMon. Lieutenant Thoinpsoii is .stationed at Camp Shelby,',Mi's; with the tnnk destroyer division of the nrtlllcry. '; Mrs. M. lltxsimmons spent ye^ lerday in Wilson with .Mr. niid Mrs. S. C. lirinulnn. Mr. Brandon is Mrs. Flt-islmmons' In-other. O. c. Gnnske, who has been ill for several weeks is still confined to Ulythcvillc Hospital but is slightly Improved, . .' ', E. U. Mason and son, Cary, spent today In Memphis. - " ' ' ''. Mi.s.s Josfphcnc Shihlcy and Miss Amelia' Mndingcr spent Saturdiiy. ; n Memphis. M. P. Day, who has been 111 for an extended period, was'd j Blyllicvlllc Itepitnl after , his condition became more s;vious. Mrs. Joe , Alexander .sixnil the weekend In Rldgley, Tcnn., with Mr. and Mrs, John Alexander and; family before her son lenvp.s tomorrow for Cornell University Ithaca, N. Y,, after haying "lieen iicccplctl by the Naval Reserve. He will be commissioned ,-in ensign at the compleion of the thicc moiife so'iirsc. '.i:' C. J. Crane, who has .been seriously ill at liiytheville -Hospital; 'is much improved today. . " Vlisg Marjorie Norment.; ^ To Wed Lieut. Robinson th MONDAY, MARCH 29, 19-13 At 'Tlie Hospitals , . .IdniKteil— I.. ......... .. ..... Will Crumley, Wilson. Martha Mnllins, Carulhcrsvllle Mo. Dismissed— l^uulse Lowery, city. Auxle Henry, 'city. Mrs. Fred Patterson, Lcachvlllc. -Mrs. Allen Berry, Caraway. ' J. K. -'Krccl> Jr., city. Mrs. Orady Ellis, city. Mrs. diaries R. Peim, city Blyllicvlllc Hospital Mrs. Kills Brooks, city. Mrs. Lee Flowers, Ifayll, Mo. Mrs. Clara Pullnm, Half Moon M, K nay, city. , , iiofn (o St. Scrgt. and Mrs. J'hllip Dross, city, a son yesterday morning.' . .... Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Olen Car- ulheis, city, a son Saturday night. Dismissed— Mrs. ,Dan Nr,edhnm, city. Allrn Gnskln, Dell. Mrs. lxm\ Austin and (jfiljy, Rt 3, city. • Mrs. n, c. Uciieficld and liahv Kl. 3, city. " . Mrs, Fniil Myers, I'iggpll. Jlemiiliis SI. Josciili's' Hospital Admitted— . ' - ' 1'aullnc nay, Osccola. ' Memphis Hnptist l[ospil:il Admitted— '• J. E. F^lts, Joiner. nnymo'iHl Mahsrteld, Osccola. Frank Huffman To Speak Wlien.-.lhc Baptist Training Unon Wolk'6fs Couniil, First Baptist Churcji.-fincels nt 7:30 o'clock to- il|iht/;-aic' .speaker Will be'a for- ucr- member, prank ifuirmaii of Hteelc;;.M6. Th'oJ-'iiiccting will be preceded by a ..supper iil;liic church. There will lie reports of department officers, projects and goals for the month will'- be . planned. The clmt'eh. (rid will provide music for Ihc occasion. Social, Calendar . - -,——..-... *..,*+n, mvj.j ivini. 23—Mrs. Mai-cnrel Wilks I!ader'l'o'"f this city, has nnnomiced" the" cfi- Uaycinent of her daughter, MaY- Jorle Gayle Norment, to Lieut. W. V. Robinson Jr., of the Army Ail- Force, Sacramento, Cnlif. The wedding will be , held in lalifomla early in.April. Miss Norment, a graduate, of Ca- •tithersvijlc High School', nllendcd Gulf Park College, Gulfport, Miss., iml has been at home with her "oilier since her graduation. She has bee nactivc in Girl Scoii't Work since her return here. Lieutenant Robinson, the son of W. y. Robinson and'the Inie Mrs. Robinson, is nlso a graduate of the oca I schools. He attended »jolwn- )ia Military Acadciiiy, Columbia, Twin., and was associated with lis father in business prior to ills enlistment in the Artny Air Corps. :Ic received his primary "training it Santa Aim, Calif., and received lis wings nnd commission rccciit- y from thp flying school as nos- well, N. Mex. TUESDAY'S , EVENTS , s Mrs. ,|oe McClure - entcrlaininc •WO Club. Tuesday Bridge Club will "meet itii Mrs. Murray Smart. Miss Margaret Shaver enlerlnin- ing Double O Club. G. N. li. Club 'meeting with Mrs Harold Week. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Harry Kirby entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club. A. 13. ,c. Club meeting with Mrs. Thnd .Nichol. Mrs. J. c. Ellis entertaining T'oivu and Country Club. Wednesday cbnlract Cluh meel- Ing with Mrs. A. G. Hall. B. aiul L. Club wil| meet wilh Mrs. Beatrice Downs. C.B.C. Club meeling with Mrs Fred Copeland. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. J. F, I.cnti. . THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday JjinVehcpn phih liiect-, .. :.:id'-Week"Bridge "ci'iib'wili'meet with Mrs. W. L. Hornei-. . Chili a will meet with Mrs. Sam Burns. . ; Mrs. a. G. Caudill entcrlniuing TJiiirsclay Contract, Club. 'i Double Four club meeting with Mrs. -Howard Frisby. Mrs; Sam Bikes is entertaining Triple Table Club. Cluh" 28 meeting nt Woman's Club B o'clock for dinner riancc. Mr. arid M rs . u'nester Cnldwell, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar P. Boriim and Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Crafton" host and hostesses. , Cluh Eifbl meeting with Mrs. Sam Burns. ACNE PIMPLES ( «3i* EASE ITCHING-BURNING wlili nntiscjKic nirtck mid I Wliiio Ointment. [Jso only na direrlcrl. Clcnnso with Ubck .in<) White KkinEa BUCK wdWHITE OINTMENT RELIEVE SORENESS PROMOTE HEALING Bureau Le»der$ Speak For Pace, Bahkhead Bills (Continued tram Paje 1) clous thing muTaTf. of the pcfipli. s lould .share In thl s responsibility either one way or unothcr. Sol conservation practices in Diem- selves actually cost the farmer r .».v>om of incse hills is an. jM^Vt»-fc ^>«ir' wto| S!?at?,e m the spirit of appease-, «»d foi- : political cxnedi cncy .when, these same coiumncr* m tetter- ab|c (0 pay fal) . , • an .ever before and not force I iclr government to raid the iW- l tonal treasury and subsidize them The Congress, In approving i] tei £ '""-""'•"fs.'-is,'going, back and doing t.thought had been aceom- In the Price Control Act TA : «, , ° y to * ea "s mandate invalidated by administrative dc° BUI'S OKUfi STOUF. C. C. (Biickl A'Janis, originally of Caruthteviile bitt lately of Marston, MO., has purchase.) the Holland Drug Store from Paul Cooper and, is. nlmmin/r to move us entire .stock and equipment here from his Marston .store. Mi- Adams, registered phannicist, and' Mrs. Adams and Uvy year old son w.l live In the, house lately Vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Chive ey who arc now living in Canilhei'sville. Mr. Chiveley was the former druggist. The Dolpliian club' met Thursday at the country home of Mrs Joe Frank Little, southwest of Hol- aiid with, nine members present and four visitors Mrs. W L prit- clini-d, Mrs. Minnie Bagget Mrs Harold Little and Mrs. Vcrnon Kitclicn. Dinner consisted of fried chicken and ham, home canned vege- ables and fruit and pies and :akes. The afternoon was spent ncclng a club quilt and the Ics- son subject was 'Clothes Remodeling". Mrs. Joe E. Sandford, club clothes leader, made a talk on ways of .renovating old clothes to nake them attractive and durable. me ncxl meeting will he with 'Irs. Joe Ike Sandford April 1. Urban Kenley, son of Mr. and Vlrs. Carl Kenley, enlisted last veek in the Naval V-5 class of the A r Corp Jit'scrve but • was rejected iHTausc of a dcfecllve hand Monday, on his letli birtluiny, In rcnlilercd wilh (he army but will continue' Ills school work as a lifeh school senior until the end of Icim. Mr « : j!1( - k Wwards fir., Mrs. Jack Jackie ami Shclba left Sunday "a ruin (o Join their husbands in Berkeley, Calif., who arc doing defense work. . • After a weeks visitwith Mr. and Mrs. c. P. Jenkins, Mrs Minnie Biiygct returned to Memphis Sim- day and Mrs. Fannie linrl of Brownsville, Tcnn., )s with her son Oscar lioone of Cooler' for a few days. Mrs. Eual Samford arrived Sunday from Rochester,' Minn., nte n week spent in Hie Mayo clinic for a physical check-up, ". Among those who have recently left lor defense work areas aia Mr. and Mrs. Milton Holt and l.iiiilly who moved Thursday to Arizona where their son Jack has ueeu located for several weeks Lieut. Joe Cohcon left Saturday for nunpa, Fla., where ho'will be .stationed for the next few month's in the Signal Corps, having spent a 10 day furlough with his parents Mr, nnd Mrs. Jim Cohoon. lie wns accompanied to Birmingham Ala' by Plnell snpehart who will be the guest of his sister, Mrs •• rj K Hudson. Lieut, and Mrs. missel Devore nnd children of Oklahoma' Pity Okln., returned SiUiirday following " few days here with relatives Lcacliville Society—Personal PASADENA, Cal. (UP)—Police lave taken up the hue and cry of Wcodmaii, .spare that tree." A votiM-be Paul Btinyan, cquipiictt vith an ax, chopped down, as hough they were trees, two b'oulc- 'ard stop signs. StJoseph ASR1RIN •'WORltl-S UflCESTSULEDATIIli MOTHERS HAIL OVERNIGHT COLD MISERY Cold's coughing, nasal congestion, muscle aches ini elicit and back relieved by warming, comforting, two-way action of Pcnetrt), Die salve with the base of old-fashioned mutton suet, which was Grandma's stand-by 25;, double supply 35{. Demand Pcnetro There will be n mcclinf! at the Home Economics Cottage Wednesday night, for all people who are interested in joining the WAACs it has been announced. Miss Marie Tillcy has rteunied from Little Rock, where she passed her examination lo enter the WAACs. She is awaiting call to begin her basic training. Miss Joyce Smith, who has been in Stuttgart attending school, has returned home ami will continue her studies here. D, T. Beard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rogers who i s slatiom-d al Norman, okla., with the Navy is Vef# &utonu<c/Mai's, MOROLINE V4/ff TONIC Q5> 00 VO'J SUFFER COLflpllH? ChiiFes—EtfccIs—Treatment Told in .I-'RKE BOOK Are you bothered with Stomach or Intestinal troubles; Constipation, riles. Flsliiln'?-'' To get information about these and associated ailments often caused by colon infection, write for FREE bock which contains many diagrams, charts and X-ray pictures of rectal and coionic conditions. The Thornton & Minor Clinic, Suite H372, 92G McGcc SI Kansas City, Mo. WOMAN IN THE WAR! 'trginia Oonnelty who makes filnmcriii fo/ radio tubes in Arn;y muntcation sets at n West i n j; liou se Elect tic CAMELS DONT TIRE My TASTE... THEy'RE ALWAYS EASY ON MY THROAT-IN FACT, THEY SUIT ME TO A T -WHERE CIGARETTES ARE JUDGED The "T-ZONE"—Taste and Tliroat—is the proving ground for cigarettes. Only your taste and throat can decide which cigarette tastes best to you... and how it affects your throat, fiascd on ihccxpcricnceof millions of smokers, AVC believe Catneb will suit'your ''T-ZOhjt" to n "T." Prove it for yourself I Call For SHIBLEY'S BEST At Belter Grocers Everywhere. It Bakes Better With Less Shortening. BUY WAR BONDS with what you save! Wearing More Blouses Now . . . You Can Trust Nii-Wa To HatKllc Their'Cleaning! Vou're [irolial-ly HCarinf more mils antl many more Mouses this season. If so, keen Ihcin lovely longer liy having them l:iuiiii- orrd by Xi;-\Va. Kvcry blouse receives snccial care in wasbinff Reasonable Prices Scientific Methods NIJ-WA PHONE 474 — BLYTHEVILLE.ARK. spchdlng his furlough with his parents. En route home he was\, robbed 'of $203 and his jnilroacj' ticket; ;• -'Edivard Haiiiuionds, of the Army n'o'w stationed in California, is spending lite furlough here with his wife and parents. Olan Wilson returned to his home here Ivioniiuy, after spending six weeks iii California where he WAS- employed. •••;'•'• landy's Beauty Shop ^lain & 21st SI. ; AcroM frnm Ilhc-Slix Shampoo and set 75c Permanent Waves'.lv $2.50 up Oft'eijdtf fix iliiys |:oi'snn;iH'/c:l COMBINE YOUR BAKING Set aside one day !o da . the. major part of your baking lor the week. Con- , 4 serve shortening by bak- *' ing cakes, brood or rolls, and'pies at one lime. I F I Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 . • LISTEN TO KLC.V 9:00 a.m. . 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. . '. Last Time T<K!;IV THE mm iwilh Ida .I.uiiini) uiul.:I)cnnis r.iramoiiiil JS'civs 1 ' ami- Sliort. y & Wednesday J.QHN WAYNE im CJISROtt • ANM UE Fivmo TIGERS PAUL KEXLY-GORDON IOSU BIU. SNIBLtr. MAE CLARKC PICTURE Marrli of Time anil Short ROXY n Bargain Night Every Night Esceplil Saturday. T " Show Every Night 7:0fl ISbi'dlficc Orens 0:30 Conttnnons Shows Sat. and Son. Last Time Today KEEP 'EM FLYING with AliboU and Cnstrlln Fox News' ami Selected Sliorls Tuesday & Wednesday •'.•:• ' Selccteil Shorts.-.

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