The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 1, 1943 · Page 5
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BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS _ Kay in 1-A James Guard to Wed Miss Tate in h » . n d Ctl CS GlK "' (1 - wll ° was " sccond "™tenant cr«Iny at Camp , ' '"' I)C <"nrrlc!l (o Mi*., Alva Talc Kownn, r of Mr. and M rs. Yomif? . Kowan of Okolona, Miss. MISS Rowan was graduated from Okolona High School, attended Mississippi State College for Women, Columbus, and was graduated .. ifom Miss Wylic's Office Training bchool, Memphis. She »ow liolds a posilloii nt the Gulf Ordnance Plant in Okolona. While a student at Mississippi Mate College she was secretury of lantern, sophomore honorary scholastic orgamaiUon, and was a member of the intcrcollcglnlc debuting team and of the staff of Spectator. campus publication. As a high school student, she received many honors including Presidency of the tand and Junior Seven Guests At Club Mrs. Harry Kirby entertained the Wednesday Bridge Club yesterday with Mrs. A. G. Little. Mrs. Knsscll Phillips, Mrs. j, A. Leech, Mrs. A. Isaacs, Mrs. K. 11. Gee, Mrs. Byron Morse and Mrs. H. V. Kirslmer as guests among Hit three tables of nlaycrs, A low boirl of joiKitiils formed the cciUcrpii'cc of the dining table where the guests were sealed for the two course luncheon. Defense stamps were awarded lo Mrs. fiaker Wilson for high score nmong Hie club members with Mrs. 2'iirmworlh Hlack second high. For Ihe tjuest prize tlefensc slumps were given to Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Leech. * * t MRS. f()l'i:i,AN|) HOSTKSS TO C. 11. C. liUIIKiK Cl.Uli The 0. u. c. club met yesterday nfleriioon with Mrs. n. A. Copeland as hostess. flowers decorated the en- is when; the guests Adult Cynicism Lack Of Faith I Sparks Youths' n The Future Lieutenant Guard, son of Dr. and Mrs. James L. Guard was graduated from ulytheville High bchool, and attended university of Arkansas, FaycUeville, where" he- was n member of Sigma Alpha Ep- | Mrs. Helen Yocum was nward- | ed high score prize, Mrs.. J. J. Cookstnn bridgd, and Mrs, ciirlls J. 'Utlle wns second high. The hostess served a desert plate with coffee for refreshments. ColleKe of Optomclry, Chicago, ,.u<,. , where tic was graduated, and was ' a member of Omega Delia, national optoinulrlc fraternity. He entered the Army a year ai;o and in Jimuary transferred to the Medical Administrative Division ot i the Air Corps. Lieutenant Guard arrived this morning for a brief visit with his parent.; before going [o Okolona Saturday morning. Dr. and Mrs. Guard, and Iheir daughter, Miss Molly Guard, student at University of Tennessee, Nashville, will attend the wedding, as will George Hale of Sikcston, M.O., cousin of Lieutenant Guard. Rites will be solemnized at the Rowan home. The young couple will live at Rockford, ill., where Lieutenant Guard will be stationed at Camp Grant. The' bride-elect is well known among the Blythevilte young society set, having visited Mr. Guard and his parents several times during the past year. MRS. NICOI, ENTERTAINS ADC CLUB YESTEBIMY The ADC Club met with Mrs. Thad Nicol yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Perry Barber was the only guest. Spring flowers were used in the entertaining rooms Tor decoration. In the bridge games, h!»h score was awarded Mrs. Barber with second high to Mrs. James Terry. The hostess served a dessert Plate and drinks. . * * • TOWN AND COUNTRY CLUB MEET WITH M/tS. LENTI Mrs. John P. Lenti was hostess to tile Town and Country club jy when Mrs. •: GUKST uoNouro A SUITKIt I'AUTY - --.-. and tMr.s. George Leone entertained wilh a spaghetti SULJ- pcr last night honoring Corporal Leone's sister, (Catherine Leone who is en route lo her home in Pittsburgh, Penn., from Foil Sill, Okla.. where she visited her fiance Corp. Joseph Santy. The party of eight accompanied her lo the train after supper nnd cnttrlainmcnt. * * • I.UXOUA-OSCKOLA 01,11]! is I:NTI;KTAINKI> IIKHK Mr. and Mrs. Koland Urcen entertained members of Luora-Os-je- oln Bridge - Club, Tuesday night with Mrs. fielva Martin of Ksn- nelt, Mo., and Mrs. Donald Wcrtx of Osccolu ns guests. Jonquils were used throughout the rooms where the five tables were served the two course dinner In the bridge games high .score prizes were awarded to Mrs. Dwight Ulnckwoori and L. W. Wallers. The guest prize was won by Mrs. Wertz. Mrs. c. C. Langs ton was awarded the high score prize in the bridge games in v.-furii Mrs. Cornelius Modingcr was second high The hostess served a fruit drink at the conclusion of the games. [Amazing results HI building •-Promote the flow of I vital digestive juices in fhe stomped 2 -Energize jour Wy with oiCH,RED BLOOD! OtlNG people, especially those of -*- grammar and high school age, arc prone to be deficient In stomach digestive juices and red-blood. A growlRg-ncrson who Is operating oti R 65-to 70% healthy blood volume or n stomach digestive capacity or only 50 lo 607c normal Is severely handicapped. In such cases Nature needs extra help. Organic troubles or focal Infection, if they exist, must be corrected. Tissue foods must be digested tmrf rich, red-blood must be present to build sturdy bodies. ESS Tonic Is especially designed to hxiild-up bloort strength when deficient ,.. nnd to promote those stomach Juices which digest the food so the body can make proper use of It In, tissue building nnd repair. These two Important results enable the body to mnkc uso ot the food as Nature Intended. Tluis you may gain a Keen appetite . . . firm flesh . . . body energy • • • mental alertness! Bnild Sturdy Health so I list the Doctors tiny better serve our Fighting Forces Thousands and thousands of users Imvc (calKlcd to the benonia SSS Tonic hag brought to them ami .scientific research shows that It gets results—that's why so inany&ay "SSS Tonic bullclssUirdy health —makes you Tec) like yourself again." At drugstores In 10nnd2Qoz.slzes.'CS,S.S,Co. S.S.S.TONIC helps build STURDY HfMTH i «>• itiirn , The- dcflum B | r i ui-otiBlil ui'fore jtidtje in n southern city on vi«Bi-uiicy and loitering rlMiftpi «us lint .she had set her pnltern of living nnd nothing the judge umlii say hud any e ff cc i , m i ler Her philosopliy was this- "I got sirt: nnd tired of rtolnu thiin-s I riuln'l like lo do. So I'm golny to do us i nleiise." Thnt wns lliu philosophy (hut led to her arrest at n. u Is the philosophy i))e s iiii ] llls _ Judging from the country's soaring record of juvenile ddi- quciicy—It is the philosophy of a great many youiigsler.s today. How can older, more miilure people answer it? Wliat can they say lliiit. will show It up for (lie cliciip, .shoddy, dangerous nlllludc it i.s? i'erliaps by having n lilUc mure faith in the future themselves. Youths don't hear much fidlh in the future expressed lhc.se days. Their elders nil to often inlk cynically of the future. They nmkc few personal plans for il. They say, "Well, you can't iniihe plans today." Maybe you cant nmke (hem wilh as much confidence in their inale- rlnlliiatioii as you could In peace times, um you can nmke nluns. And you should. How can mature people expect children to live right, today so they can build worthwhile lives when the war is over if the older folks themselves arc making .no plans for tomorrow. MUST NET KXAMI'lJi Every home in America should «e planning for the future. H is " serious thing when kumnn bc- hiss quit planning _ W | H , n n, UJ , ny, "Today may be nil we'll over KU'o-vio lels live for (oday nnd never mind tomorrow," J'litTO is going to tie n future for most ix'ople and the kind o[ future it is depends on (he plans individuals make for il now. Take awiiy young people's belief In n future mid they'll think like that defiant ylrl picked up on the slrctl.s of u southern city: "I not sick and tired of doing things I didn't like to do. So, I'm going to do as I please," Bits of News Mostly Personal At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted— Mrs. Lawson Endersoii oily Mrs. Odolph Hancock, Dell Dismissed— Mrs. Jack Dempscy. cily. RlyUiiivllIe Hospital Admitted— Miss Mamie Jo Griggs, IU 2 cilv Dismissed— Mrs. H. H, Cobble, city. Mcmiihsi ][ ap ti s i ]| ( , S j>ital Admitted— Mrs. Sturl-Bandy, Driver. Social Calendar ONi: GUIiST ATTKNDH WEDNESDAY CLUI! I'AKTY ^Vhcn tlie Wednesday Contract Club met witli Mrs. A. G. Hall yesterday afternoon, Mrs. B. M. Mathews was the only guest. Flowers made of vegetables were placed in vases and arranged SATURDAY'S EVENTS throughout the rooms, where the American Association of Univer- gucsts were entertained, for an ef- s ". v Women meeting a (, homr. of [ectivc decorative scheme. M''- 5 - W. I. Deiiton, with'Miss Mnry Mrs. E. P. Ulomeyer was pre- I Lester Kimmons hostess and l c ad- sentcd the high score prize wilh Mrs. V.'o. Holliiud second hisl>. The hostess served a sandwich plate and drinks. taire ranks second and contract bridge third. III/ Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 9:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday cr of progrmn. CUUOETTE JOEL COLBERT - McCREA MARY ASTOR-RUDY VAUEE amount News and Short. ROXY Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. Show Every Mgh( 7:00 Bo* Office Opens fi:30 ConlinnotH Shows S»t. unrt Son. Thursday and Friday Mrs. M. F. Ueichel arrived ye.s- terdii.v for n visit with Miirinc lciitcnnnl, Deiehcl's parents, Mr. nd Mrs. F. G. Ueichel nnd family. Mrs. Helchel Is en route to her home In Cullman, Ala., from the west coast where .she hns been will) her husband, now In the Pacific War Zone. Mrs. Sanford Shcllnn spent yesterday In Memphis. Miss Polly Wilson and Mrs. Ijiicy MuAdams wore In Jonesboro yesterday. Mrs. IJInia Armstrong was taken to Die Memphis Baptist Hospital yesterday in an ambulance for observation. She was accompimlrd by her daughter, Mrs. o E. QncllmalK nnd her niece, Mrs. Charles Brown Rogers Jr. Went. Howard p. King who received his commission In die Qunr- Icnnaster Corps at Camp Lee, Va, spent several days here as the Biicst of Mrs. Grace Wllks. Lieutenant King Ls en route to San Antonio. Texas, .where he will be stationed, II. C. Wllboiini of Cnpe Glrnr- dcnu. Mo., spent yesterday with his sister. Mrs. Harry Kirby and Mr. Kirljy. Mrs. G. W, Toon of Cape Girar- denii arrived yesterday for n visit with her daughter, Mrs Paul CirEciiwcJI :ind fninlly. Ur. Carl Nles attended to business in Memphis yesterday. Mrs. n. N. Swearcngcn was called to Memphis lust night to be with her father. H. S. Buss, who underwent an operation al. Memphis Baptist Hospital lust, night; His condition Is.very good, " Mrs. E. A. Druton of Little Rock' Is spending some time here will) her sister, Mrs. James Barksdale. Mrs. Barksdalc accompanied her Quhzlcn) liny Ky-sor, Hie musical Q. & A. boy, hns wound up In 1-A niter n slx-inonlhs discussion bet WOOD the OW1 nnd his draft board In which Ihu bauds- man was an Innocent bystander. lo Memphis yesterday when she enleied Memphis Baptist Hospital for i) nose operation. ' Mrs. c. U. Ktk'heson Is III ,u Walls Hospital. Mrs. Hurry Pallon nnd Mrs. Jordan of Greenwood. Miss., will arrive tomorrow afternoon to t(|H>nd Ihe weekend here. Mrs. 1'atton will no (ho guest of Mr. and Mrs K'l- gar Hornni and Mrs. Jonliin will visit her husband, who is slatlon- cd nt lilythevlll,; Army Air Held The world contains approximately JO.COO known .species of llsh. New itniier-arm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration 1. Docs inn roi(<ltciics or inni'j sinus, 13ocs not itriuic ikin, 2. Nowaitin^foilr}*. OubcuieJ rifilu after jtuvinii. 3. Insumly stuns iivisiiiraiinnfui 1 to 3 tuyi. rjcvciiis odor. 4. A jnirc, «'lmc f Krcastlcs*, siamlcss yj[)islilt)£ tiwin. 5. AwarJcd A[i|irov'al Seal of America n [iisiiiiiicnC lau* in;; for Iici'rii; liamilcss 10 fabric. Arrid is the \arges ii jar ARRID \\ MUST I SPEND MORE FOR SHOES NOW BECAUSE OF SHOE RATJONING? \\ NO All of lh e best so/es today are taken by the government for the use of the armed forces and lend-lease. None of these better soles are free for civilian consumption regard/ess of the price you are willing to pay." SO Buy shoes as you have always bought them. Don't be rushed into spending more money for shoes than you need to. JOLENE SHOES are stiff your best do/far for dollar value, at only . . , Also Connies, l'ari H [-'ashum and Air-Slcps from Si lo $().!><) Zellner's Slipper Shop PHONE 3362 Two More Join WAAC, Mrs Kineslliie Ifmlor of Slceli' Anvil,*!'? r*' 0 " 1 ., lm ° " lc Women's Aiixlllnry Corps this week nt u (tic I«KH. felic has rcliirnecl lo the Iiomc of her mother, AIJS. oil e bchradcr ol Slocle. nMi|(in B hl .,. -" C ' l ° ° f "' U WAAO PAGE rm MLS. liceder Is the wife of I'fc. A ffi w n lr SIIU|OIK> " nl C '""'I ; A I li, Oieton. Sho also hns three mi-las, llmrl-ion, Waller and wil- tain A. Holly who „,, ttl vln s wl , the Armed Korce.s centers. Bapti«t Women Will Sew At Army Air Field irouMo Btarllng Ws machine, ;!ie ' went out lo help. When he-got bacK, his iiouifi had been robbed- u , of First BnpUst Church II liiko ihu ,,|aco of soldiers' mothers tomorrow afternoon when they will .sew for mm of Ulylhc- vllli! Army Air Field. At least 10 members of the Woman's Missionary Union are cx- iwclcd lo i m . t , a ,.3,, ov|oclt nl ho cluircli to no lo the chapel nt Iho hnse, where scvvliiu b teliifr done by various i-limx-h women of LOS ANOHLRS. Cal (UP)— Oiwcu'c Murlpy Isn't so kc-eit nbout nnl Oixxl Saniiirllan .stuff ihcy ninilil him ),) hh- yoiiniic-r dnys. When he hciird „ molorlsi I ANNOUN'CEMENT i Foot sufferers, Ly)e'f> Foot Balance Service of Memphis will be at Ifo-'- r lei Oolf Mon., Tue.s., Wed. and Tluirs. Ilnnlons, corns, nich trou^ l)lo. Sec our new modern method- for relief without obligation. -• -'; Hcniemljcr April Olh lo.'Stli. " SKIN ERUPTIONS CHECK ITCHING-tUNNING llio iiiiliwiiilic-aifiiiiilfiting »ny with di^ IIIOIIH Ulni-k iiiul Wliito Oinlinent Pro- jnolos liciiluiK. ID/, 2V. WV. Money back KUiiriiiitci'. UN) only m dirwted. Cloanw' Jaily wilh Jllnck ond WLIto Bklo Soap. Announcin A New Open Thursday, April 1st t 3 J ^' ?-' ' \ 4^"" New Shipment RAYON HOSE eru Spring Shade . ................. . . Seamless (Semi-sheer) . 89c Service Weights ........ 88c pr. Special Sheers $1 ... $1.15 . . . $1.35 pr. SI/ES UK TO 11 SILK HOSE $1 IN KNKK 'LKN6THS. .-..';•, .00 ; P'r. HANDBAGS 1.95 to 3.95 Smarl K»J)rit-.s and I.tadicrs. Women's & Children's ANKLETS 19c - 25c - 39c pr. New Sportswear For An Active Spring and Summer! SLICK New SLACK SUITS- --' A t-oni|>fc(« .sclcclion in hold solid colors and (wo tones • es, we IKIVC your Hi/.e. 2.95 «"<i " P «(. 10,95 New Spring SLACKS 2.95 to 4.95 Shirtwaist BLOUSES SKIRTS SWEATERS I" l.invn Crush ari«l KInrat Jcrsi-ys. '' ' " t>w i>;ls)ct UQ\WS. 1.95 lo 3.95 2.29 to 3.95 New Sportswear Arriving Daily! Knna Jcttick SHOES 5.50 to 6.50 Rhythm Step SHOES 7.95 Red Cross S H 0 E S 6.95 The Family Shoe Store 312 W. Main Phone 2342

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