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THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 10-13 BLYTHEVILLR' (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Demonstration A Club News Notes Sun Bathing at Sea The Home Demonstration Club of Sliady Grove met Tuesday nt Die home of Mrs. W. R. Massey In Ihc absence of the president, Mrs. Nolan liollinger, Mrs. Kirk Loveless, vice president, presided. Roll call was answered by each member telling what Improvement she would have for the members to sec on the Beller Homes Tour. H Is pleasing to know Hint everyone from this group has a garden and It Is growing dally, This group is 100 per conl In signing the Vic- lory Pledge which is as follows: "My pledge as an American citi- i*n and an Arkansas homemaker"I will 'accept the following responsibilities proudly and without fear, as we all work together foi Victory. I am resolved: "To support my government ir its \var-eflorts, maintaining an everlasting fnitl) in the rigluness of nur cause, and in our ultimat .success. "To combat dlsnnlly by refusint to spread rumor;; and by workln harmoniously v;ith others, placing national success in the war effort above personal comforts nnd desires. "To maintain family and community morale through n cheerful attitude nnd an active interest in family and community growth and improvement. "To combat Inflation by full cooperation in my government's efforts to maintain price ceilings. I will buy carefully, cut waste, spend less, and save more. "To.back our men on the battle fronts by turning in all scrap, and by buying war stamps and bonds. "To combat waste through careful salvaging of all usable materials in my home, through production and conservation of fooilstulls, and through care of, and n sharing of, equipment and transportation. . "To combat discouragement by being cheerful in the face of difficulties, discomforts, nnd sufferings. :' V "To keep myself and my family fit by eating nutritious meals, using insofar as possible those foods not needed by our Armies; or our Allies, and by budgeting my work. I • PAGB wm - '(Official V. S. Navv Plioto from NKA) Siesta time in-quiet waters finds part of the crew of a U. S. cruiser .. sunbalhing on the vessel's slim decks. Southern To Split '43 Season DlliMINGIIAM, Ala., April i U.P,>—Southern Association icelois have made a drastlo vision In 11H3 .seliedule tiiTnnge- arranueiuents. 'I lie officials voted lo ellmlnale Ihc SlmiBlmc.ssy nluyofls and sub- stltulo a spill season. ' Under the new arrangement, Ihe first half «f Ihc season will end en July •till, with Ihe .second hull nj:cntin; Ihe next day. Winners ol each hiilf will lie given bonuses of one-lhou.sand dollars nnd will "Hcl U Ihe l-iul of Hie season In a siU'en- iinne playoff. To the winner of the licsl-season .series will go an additional one-thousand dollars. Should one team win both halves —ns was the case In the only other year a split .season plan was tried— Hi? winning learn will receive three thousand dollars and no playoff will be held. The directors ulso ruled that no pcollni: of players would be allitw- d nor would any options by oiu' member club lo another be sanctioned. flayers may move from one club to another only on oulright as.stt;n- iiienl. Tho lea|;iic opens play on April 23. Few Turkey Hunters Reported In State UTTl.K HOCK. April ID. (Ul'l — Attislanl' Secretary Tom Mull ol the State Game and Fish Commission says that due lo the. shortage af hunters there'll be relatively lew turkeys killed dining the two weeks open .season that ends tonight. lie .says that advance reports indicate there are plenty of birds around Ihe lefuyc area,';, hut lie <;x[ii'cls only about 'IV* turk:> to fall before hunters' gun.s. That's quite a comedown from la.st year when hunters bagged 365—nlfiiosl a third ol Ihem in Dallas County. CpMBATCOURSE:.Makmg''Marinespul6fMcn > & so that I may have adequate, time with iced tea. for relaxation, and some time for companionship and for maintaining spiritual ideals. tion Clubs are welcome.. At the close of the meeting the hostesses, Mrs. Merrlt .Bourland, Mrs. E. 13. Bourland and Mrs. Garfield Lewis served a delicious salad The Promised Land Home Demonstration club met at the home "To look upon all necessary war work with a pride that will give it the dignity and distinction It deserves." One former member,. Mrs. W. M. Neeley, and three new members were welcomed into the club. The. three new members were Mrs. C. M. Neeley, Mrs. 'Ethel Douglas, and Mrs. Nina Hoguc. The com- mittec reported on the group which was interested in making bandages for the Red Cross. Mrs. W. R. Massey was appointed to see the ... Rev. Mr..Sweet, in regard to securing a place and a committee was appointed to come to Ulytheville and learn how to make the bandages. Miss Virginia Mayfield. Mrs. C. E. Russell, and Mrs. Alma Mayfield reported on having surveyed the neighborhood relative to entertaining the soldiers at the USO. It was decided that they would serve on the first Sunday in May. A number of the women arc going away for Mothers Day and they prefer serving May 2. Mr.s. Loveless gave a report on the last council meeting and told of the dress form made. A demonstration was given hy Mrs. Viola Williams in getting rid of ants in the house. The business session was adjourned by giving the pledge of allegiance to the flag. High school girls. Willie May Mnssey, Agnes Russell, Vcnnel Williams, and Delia Short directed the group in playing games and group singing. Mrs. Massey assisted by these girls served a .sandwich plate with .spiced tea. The next meeting will be held April 22 at the home ol Mrs. L-ula William.'!. Tile Lost Cane. Home Demonstration Club held its regular monthly meeting at the club house Thursday with 23 members, one visitor, and two new members present. The president, Mr.s. T. A. Bourland, presided over the meeting. Tlie opening song was led by Mrs. Raydo Veach. Roll call was answered by "The Improvements I Have for Belter Homes." The club had important new business to discuss. II, was announced April 15 our clothing chairman will attend the meeting at Armorel. On April 21 Miss Conant is to visit here and lecture on "child Welfare and Better Babies." This will be an all day meeting and all other clubs in the county arc cordially invited to attend. The club decided to serve the sdftlicrs at the USO on the next open date and also to send a group to the Armory Hall to fold bandages. If possible, the club plans to equip a room in the community for this work. On Wednesday night, April H, Ihc club will sponsor a bingo party at the • gymnasium. Member.-, from the other Home Demonstra- of Mrs. W. F. Fitzgerald Wednesday afternoon at the regular meeting with Mrs. A. C. Duclose presiding. . Each of the 22 members present answered roll call by telling what she would have lo show at her home on the tletter Homes Tour. A short devotional was-read by Mrs. Carl Matthews, vice president. Group singing was enoyed and Mrs. Duclose gave 11 detailed report of the last council meeting. Mrs. Emmet Wilson gave a report on the entertaining of the soldiers at tbe USO. Tiic club had one old member back, Mrs. Htirdiu. Several club members have moved from (he community so Mrs. Ductosc appointed some new county chairmen and asked them to lie prepared to give a one minute report at each meeting. Mrs. Dueiose brought out the fact that one of the most important chairmen this year would be the. gardening chairman. She asked Mrs. Emmet Wilson if she would 'be gardening chairman since she lias one. of [he best hcse meetings. Several of the members of the club reported (hat they were keeping their Farm and omc Account. Books and their husbands were seeping them with them. The Promised Land Home Demonstration Club is ICO per cent in being signers of the Victory Pledge and hav- ng victory gardens. The meeting was closed by saying the Home Demonstration Woman's Creed after which a social hour was enjoyed and refreshments served. Refreshments were iced tea, sandwiches, and cookies. The next meeting will tin at, the home of Mrs. J. M. McGaughey. Oklahoma /i ygies' Tide All-Round Man lly NliA Service STIL-LWATHH, Okhl. Ralph Tale, who powered the Oklahoma um Officials Go Ahead. With Plans For Annual North- South Grid Game Have n look nt tlic world's louiiht'sl .llHhlprs its they un'derKo combat tl'iilnlng. It takes n good man to even stiirt this course ;il Cnini) Pcndleton, Cullt,, nnd when he's through, he's D Marine nil the w»y.' I3oini! push-ups In the Mnrlne manner, men lit top click their licetB and clnp hands In mid-air. (It looks cnsy? Just try II once.) Mnrlne trainees nt loft demonstrate knife disarming, an nrm-breakliiR mimeu- ; ver lluil ciiuscs foe to drop weapon (arrow). In bayonet drill, Marine ut right makes a swill turn to grub rifle and disarm enemy as ho chargca by,' .. Vcssic^Likcly To Jump Seven Foot, Says Me I Walker lly NKA Service NKW YOIIK.—Mel Walker, svlln holds the world record acccnlcjl by Itucnintluiiiil officials—0 feet 10 )-•!. believes Hint If anyone high Jumps seven feet, lilll Vesslc has everything required; height— Blackwatcr Home Demonstration Club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Leonard Phillips. The business session 'was presided over by Mrs. Phillips, president. Group singing was enjoyed for 20 minutes with Mrs. Carl Castleman leading. Mrs. Charles Cacry gave the devotional and when Mrs. Raymond Scott, secretary, called the loll each member answered by telling what she had, for interest to show the tjvoup on their Better Homes Tour. The club decided to have a garden contest and Mrs. Charles Caery was appointed chairman. Each member present pledged to enter the contest. Mrs. Cacry and her committee will interest other people in the contest. The group voted to be hostess three championships in be stands C feet 0; strength ,|«:b- he Texas Helays. led Missouri Valley football players in scoring last autumn when he served as a lalfback. Tale ,a candidate for president of the .student, association, has another semester of eligibility and may plav football next fall. He's an R.O.T." ninuo and a likeness for the event. Tlic lowering Columbia slur's lies! murk during Hie indoor .season was (i feet il 1-tl Inches. Air I'ielil to I'luy Majurs MITCH Eh FIELD, N. V. Ul.P.)— Mtlchel Field's varsity baseball cadet officer. The ace team has scheduled 111 Kami's, in- is married, and Mrs. Talc says he'eluding two against major league also is handy at doing dishes and chilis—the New York Giants and working his victory garden. He caij, ; l'hiladelphla Phillies — and one cook, too, and you should see mm 'against the Jersey City aiiuils of run (lie hurdles. th? international League. Spartans (iet Usual In Fencing lly NliA KorvliT EAST LANSING. - Ctmrle.s .Schmllter nave Ills Mlchlgnn'Stntu Spnrlaus their usual fencing lesson. Coach Hchmlller took on Urn entire Icain, one. at n lime, and came, oft victorious In 21 of a 1 ; bouls. Two ended in n tie, so Ihu teacher lost. four. The contest lusted more than two hours, but he finished strong. He Is nn Instructor in the collcjio's" physical fit- new program. 4-II Club News Notes /'' lount Fleet Wins St. James Purse .)n Jaouiica Track Lots of Sox gardens of the neighborhood; to the soldiers May a at the USO. Mrs. Carl Matthews, dairy chair- nan; Mrs. J. M. Vcazey, Food and Nutrition chairman; Mrs. E^erel Davis, canning chairman; J.Irs. W. !•'. Fitzgerald, child welfare chairman; Mrs. J. F. Sykes, homo management chairman; Mrs. J. VI. McGaughey, sewing chairman; Mrs. A'. C. Duclose, poultry chairman, nnd Mrs. S. H Young elected reporter A demonstration was given on controlling insects in the garden and detecting (he different kinds of insects by Mrs Emmet Wilson. Miss Colcmah home demonstration agent, announced that Miss Sue Marshall, our clothing specialist, would be in the county April 1. There will be a demonstration following the pot luck luncheon at Armorel. Representatives from Promised Land are urged to attend this meeting. Especially are the clothing chairmen expected to go that they might repeat the demonstration given by Miss Marshall at their respective clubs. Miss Coleman also told of the cxpeclcd visit of Miss Gertrude E. Connant, nutrition and child welfare specialist, who will be in the county April 20 and 21. On the first day she will give a demonstration following a pot luck luncheon at Pawhccn which will be given at tlic home of Mrs. J. W. Field.. On the second day she will be at Lost cane and give a demonstration following not luck luncheon which will be served at the club house. Any interested persons and , all club members are invited to A committee of Mrs. W. D.-Hur- gctt, Mrs. L. V. Waddell, and Mrs. J. E. English arrangements was asked to make and to solicit the cakes and pies for that day. Mrs. J. P. Ingram. Mrs. Charles Caery, and Mrs. Woodrow Whitney were asked to serve on a committee to solicit the club tor subscriptions to a magazine from which tiie club will receive a percentage. Mr.s, Phillips asked Mrs. Caery to read a letter to a daughter- from icr father regarding girls joining he Waves, WAACs, and Spars. Mr.s. Phillips pointed out the idea lint from this letter tbe club •ould take the moral of doing its bit in every way possible to help the war effort. - T Miss Cora Lee Colemnn, home demonstration agent, gave a demonstration on conlroling garden pests. riie cub was adjourned by giving the club collect. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. W. D. Burgett. Uieful, Coyly Colored BOWL with Ptmhase cf 2 Packages of Wttffou. .WHEAT FLAKES You will want sev- erall Choice of four :olors. r Hic tooling up program for automobile production after Ihc wai will be an insignificant problem with the present enormous expanded tool production facilities .^••^••••I^M^B^^i^MHiMHH^^ Swearengen & Co. SPOT COTTON BROKERS Blytheville, Ark. CHANGE IN TIME A change in schedule ol certain Frisco trains will be made effective April 18, 1943. For detailed information inquire of the Ticket Agent. A meeting of the Urown 4-1 Club was held Monday with 7,«- lenda Freeman, president, ii chnrgc, There were M club members Miss Corn L*o Coleman, home demonstration agent, nnd J. .1 I'lckren, county ngcnl, present. The group, sang, led by wlldn Matthews ,smi|i captain. The club cnplnlns, Wllda Mid. thews, Knlhryn Wntson, .1. D Flceman, Wandn Harmon nnt Billy Rhodes gave, reports on Ihcl respective groups. Miss Colenmn led a discussion on gardening and Mr. Piekrcn discussed, (he killing of garden insects. MONTGOMERY, Ala, April IS. tap.)—The annual , North^Soulli football Kino In-Montgomery "will be held again this year If the government doesn't Ijan football for the duration. Mayor Cl'ms u. Brown, picsldent of.the Uliw ana Gray Ciadle Association makes the announcement. If His teains cannot be made up of college seniors from the two soeUoin, It,.will probably be played between a couple of service teams; lirown says. •.- , . Coach . Lynn Waldorf, of Norlh- H'e.slei'n, and Couch, Carl, Suavely, of, Cornell, liave notified the AS.W- datlon that, llicy arc loady to coach the .North -loam as. usual. The (jiiine Is ordinarily held ort Ihe lasl/Snttirday In December'and this year falls an Christinas Day. Stallhif capacity nl tlic Ciamton Boutta bcllig enlaiiiEd to 22,000. Wants U Lose, Ailoljih LOB ANOKLBS, Cal. (UP) -i Adoljili Wiilsler, 42: liom in Rou- manla, but now an American cltl- ien, has asked the .iup;i(oi- cotlrt hero to tlmiigc Adolph to Melvln'. He says his llrst name, the-snmc as that of Hitler, has subjected lilni to such ridicule ami embarrassment thai lie would like to avoid It for .the rest of his life. Double'Kclurn on 'Ad 1 HKNO, NCv. (UP) — Jiidue Clyde D. atouler Is miirvellin; at the power, of ndyertlslng. He lost his Oreut Dane dug nnd Inserted an advertisement for its reUnn. Nol only did the Oroat Dane come back thu. next day, but It, brought n Mehshund with It. Now the juduc fidvertlslnu lo t'ct rid of the iiclishuml. NUW YOnK, A|)l'll M tU.I'.)- t-'s l)i!i!lnnlnu lo look more and mire as If Count 'Fleet. IIIBI year's ' . . champion, ivlll' be mining all l>y himself In tho Ken- ucky Derby's strulch drive. As a nlalltr of fact, If Ihc big ii-Kc Irom Iho stables of Mrs. John crte keeps doveloplnu, the other IKS entered In the Kentucky classic night just as well stay In their ilalls. Tho Count's lalest win was an easy throe and n half lonutll Irl- umph In ilm fu, James pur.se at Jamnela yesterday. With thu eapabli; Johnny Louden In tho saddle. Count fleet caiuihl up with Hossuet, at Ihe furlouii pole and won easily. The race, was a prep for Uuliir- dny'K SM.UOO Wood Memorial; 'lilt Herly. filer sonim lo bo an odiLi 01 favorite for that ono too, HclmiK |n (,'nnnly LOS ANQKLES, CJnl. (IJI>) _ C'linniy Counsel J. A. O'Connor I nol oncourniilii'u Invention by the county employees while on thel Johs. He hnii ruled that any invention Invent'jd.by a county mnploy- co diirliiK hours of duty belong t( the county and all revnnun tliore from imiBt accrue- lo Iho latter. Ar. employer; of Die county health office had asked for the ruling. , Cal. (UP) — At loaat no woman driver on the Grey- lOtuul lines has Ihu kluk of a mule :i her, accindlng lo group of Mare slnnd 'navy"yard workers. Angered t their back - seat driving and Iblty.lng, she turned Iho bus "back n which she was driving them nine mid .deposited them at tlic ilncc from 'which lhay r had start- d,' Tlic company sustained ht-r icllon. ; KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS ACIDS H«lp IS Mil.. pf.Kiah.y TuW Flu.h Out Polwnout W«t» : inroorv Tour 15 nillfs of kl,h,,y tube. u>y b.^rw- mrknl.TlitMtlny filler, ««l liiUotraiwrk- MnLnfiht lo Jitlp N.lUn. rid i »y><«m c.f irtM oclcj. »nj pulaouom wwle.. wwe.. Whtn ilkordtr <,J kidney funcllon peraill* llDlaoilniu mailer to relnniiiiti your blood it i c«u«o nmuji n* haclw be, rluujumdo miu. • »lu, l«» of r*l> «nil'emtry,i>llli( up, ia»y TIUBJIMM UrKtw U» e,tt, liMilM-hra nuil itriiinrM. FrfnLtentoracm&ty pwnKM with immillrin <""\ buinln* l»ui«- liniBi «l;o»-a thc;o Is Kiniic<lilns wroot wtlh J-our kldni'.yj ur l,]mld«r. ..' _ Kultieyi limy ntcd liclii Iliommeiu bowrli: .lOMfcyiiilrilrnmuiror U<i»n'« 1'iUi, unlink c««lully l,y II,|||;,,,L, [orowrlO y»»ra. Tlmy I in ti»i>py relief iiml ,wllt l,e|p IU..15 „;!«. <J - kldrwv tuliM ilml. ciul jitionnuj *uii from your blowl. Ott * 1'illi. Don't rush, ladies, those stockings nro for salvage, nol for wear. Mrs. Florence Simpson of Rochester, N. Y., saved her silk and nylon hose lor five years to make a rug. Come, the war, and she's turning over all 204 to the salvage drive after washing them. TIIOltrK TH!'. l!OVVU:it DETUOIT. — .liiu Tliorpn, till! fainoiu Indian, is tapering off, his athletic life as a bowler In a Henry Ford league here. The best defining agent for rubber Is alcohol. SKIN ERUPTIONS (•uttrrully cauud} CHECK ITCHING-BURNING tlio iiiitincptici-nllinuliitirii! \vtiy wilti (a- inrjus lltnclc ami Wliilo Ointinont. Tro- inolcs liculinil. IO/, ar«,fj(V. Money linck Kiianilltuc. Use only n.i ilirectcd. CloilMHC ilnily uilli Dl.ick [Hill \Vliltu Hkin fio:i\>. GOlO CROSS SHOES... FAMOUS FOR OVER 50 YEARS AS RED CROSS SHOES • 001D CROSS SHOES ... FAMOUS FOR 1 .1. W. NOURSE scnRci- Traffic Manager Saint Louis WONDERFUL, WALKABLE You'll sec tlicm d.isliing from U. S. 0. onlccns lo Gvili.ui Defense meetings. You'll sec them on llic campuses, on Ihc street..,' wliercvc. .itlive young feet .ire flying Ilicsc busy days. Gobbles arc staunch, sturdy, slrippcJ-for-iclioii, young sbocs. More lhan ever, America's favorites witli more anil more women. You'll low llicm. 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