The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1943 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 19-13 ' Parent-Teacher Groups To Make Reports Friday Reports from all Parcnt-Tcnchcr croups in the county will bo given when the County Council of the Parent-Teacher Association meets Friday for on all day session at the Christian Church, Sixth ami Main. Miss nosn. M, Hardy will aboul "Women in War" and Ihc llev. James Overholsfr will hnvc us jits subject: "How (he War will nifcut Children of'Our Nation." ' Sudbury Piircnt Twiclier Association will serve lunch nt noon nt the Christian Clmrch hall. The clacadn spends n years growing tip for just four weeks of adulthood. Yes-Mr.Farmer We Do All Kinds Of WELDING Ami Do It Right! Iking Us Your Broken Farm Tools & Machinery. PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY 5th & Walnut IHythcvillc, Ark. Phone 4fi3' Hear Dr. M. I. Ham Wednesday Night 7:45 First Baptist Church, SUBJECT :••• "Home Defense" or : .) "3rd World War" Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery TWO OF America's Best Singers | Hear Them In Their SOLOS and DUETS gLYTHBVILLg (ARK.) OOURIEB,' NEWB Bits of News Alostljr Pcnooal Mrs. W. C. Stollc has gone to New Orleans lo be wllh her sister, Mrs. Clarence Mitchell nnd Infmit son. Mrs, Mitchell visited here recently. Mrs. Pearl Hires will go to Union City, Tenn., Thursday for several weeks visit with tier diuigliter, Mrs. J. W. Dunn Jr., and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hernle Tibhs nnd Mr. and Mrs. Jennings Wilkerson of Mayfleld, Ky,, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hob Ciwynn.' Uoljeit I'eterson. who has been nlleiulini! Aero Technical School. )x>5 Angeles, !>n.s arrived for n visit, wllh his parents, Mr. and Mrs J. T. Peterson, awaiting his call In the Army Air Corps. William Morse arrived loday from Fflyettevllle. Ark., where he Is a student at tiie University, to spend Easier vacation with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Byron Morse. Mrs. CI. 0, Uinjfan returned l.isl lBlil from Montgomery, Ala,, where she had been visiting her parents for two weeks. O, O, Cftudili went lo Rochester, Minn., Monday for n physical examination. Mrs. L. jr. Moore wciil to Wflco, TOXRS, Moiidiiy lo altcnd the graduation exercises, nl Camp Blackland, where her soi^Hal Moore will receive his wings find commission as u second iieiilciianl. In the Army Air Corps. She will return the last, of the week. Second Lieut, and Mrs. Jerome P. Brownson of Edgewood Arsenal M<1., arrived Monday for a visit, with Lieutenant Brbwnson's parents, Dr, and Mrs. J. F. Brownson. Mrs. Bob Cwynn spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and .Mrs., ft. I. Haley, Mr and Mrs. A. c. Haley. Miss Carolyn "alcy, and Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon were in Memphis Monday for the funeral of James Haley, lirother of . I. and, A. c. Haley. .Miss Rosalce/Krcager of Jonesboro, WHS the week end guest of Mrs. J. K Orook and family. Mrs. .Frank Tomllnsoii will go to Athens,, Ga., tomorrow lo visit licr husband who Is in a Naval Aviation Cadet, School there. Miss Nenl Luckett, spent today in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. fi. S. Simmons siiciil to<lay in Memphis. Mr.s. Dick Webb who has been the cuesl of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webb for several weeks relumed loday to her home in Mobile, Ala Fred Hill, who has miiclc his home here for some time, left Monday afternoon, for Oklahoma City, to join his;family who went, there several weeks ago. Lloyd I'-lornum lias been transferred from Norfolk, ,Va, lo the Naval Training Station nl Millington, Tenn., where he is a dental technician Corpsmnn. He spent last weekend with liis parenls, Mr. and Mrs..Sam Flonnan.• ' ' < ' Mrs. G. V. Daws has returned home, having spent ih'e past week in Halls, Tenn. To Speak Here, The Rev. M. F, Hum, well known evangelist, wllit speak tonight, 1:45 o'clock, at First Baptist Church, in a program also to be tea luted with .sliiKliif; by -Ml*, am! Airs. PiUil Montgomery, who accompanied, lilin here. Keeping Up With The Men In Service ...You can spot t eva 'T 1 HE lovely enter- JL tainer goes to Panama to cheer our troops. Soldiers want to s enjoy a Coca-Cola with \ her and talk. A pretty girl and a Coke... just like home. In Iceland, the news told how troops had a good-natured fight to get the first Cokes available. Such are the stories from our fighting men everywhere. To mean so much, a drink must have something— in taste, in goodness and in true refreshing qualities. Just to sip ice-cold Coca-Cola is to find all those things. Yes, all the difference between something really refreshing and just something to drink. tme Milton, E. McMii'rly,' wiio nllends Dle.sel Training. School, Columbia, Mo., will .spend Easier Sunday wllh his slsler, Mrs, n, K. Hools of SI. Louis. Ills mother will also- bo a guest in her daughters home on thin any. I'vl. Jack James now Is stationed nt Riverside, Calif., nnd Ills brother, W. C. James Is al f\)it Orel, calir. They arc Ihe sons . of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron James formerly ot Osceola and now at Lllbourn, Mo, Ueut. Donald E. Perry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Perry of Joiner, Ark., Is now stationed overseas. Ife received his commission In the Ordnance Department lit- Alwr- dcon, aid., last September. Gerald E. Chatln of Uixora, Ark., stationed at Tinker Field, Oklahoma Clly, lias been promoted lo the t'rinle of scrgcjiiit Sergeant chaflu Is tiie son of Mr. and Mrs. Razr.ie Chafhi, Rome 1. Lu.vora. He worked as a bookkeeper for-his father prior to entering the Army. Willis CVusel now U' slnlioncd at Ciiuip Robinson, Little Rock, In the medical replacement center. Owen nrassflcltl, son.of Mr. nnd Mrs. Petty Crawford formerly of here and now of lx>s Angeles, Calif., lias been ordered to report lo Port MacArthur for duty. Pupils Set, Example In War Loan, Drive There's ninny an empty piggy bunk todny, but pupils n f Mlra Sunshine Swift's fifth grnde nl Central School don't, mind. Thcv'v.- got their ntckles and dimes Invested where- they will do the most (jooil. Tliey Imve boiiglit more thnn SCO worth of War Saving Stamps ns their contribution to the success of the Second War l.nnn Campaign now underway. In the first two days of the drive, this group of 42 students bought a total of S54.80 worth of stumps, nllliuugli their quoin WIIK but 54.20. since then, Ihey have swelled the total lo more than 500. This is an example of how boys and girts nil over nivlticvlllo are i-c.sriOTKliiig to (lie ciill. of .(.heir Government for Victory I.aans to help finnnce Ihe wnr nnrl assure Iheili of n lutnre world free from the starvation and slavery tlial children of their own nge now arc suffering in conquered Europe. Students in all Blythevllle schools nre buying War Saving Stamps cn- tlmsin.sticnlly, althoueli complete reports have not been made. No larger thnu a sparrow is the elf owl. Maybe it's a make-shift dressing room, but Uncle Sams soldiers have given it a homelike loiich • • • f r , esi \ flowers and a frosty bolllc of Coke. Who could ask for more.' Even with <v. 1r and so many Coca-Cola bonling pl^,, in «ncmv-occiipi«! counlrics, our fighting men arc dcllghlcc! to find Coca.Cok being bottled in so many places all over the globe. The best is always the better buy! EOIUEO UNDER AUTHORITY OF , H E COCA-COl* COMPANY BY BLYTH^VILLE COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY Those vital Vitamins • We pride ourselves on the completeness of our stocks of vilaml as, minerals and other nulrilionalaid3. We carry only Ihe leslcil products of recognized manufacturing laboratories. Thus, you arc assured of full value and maximum bcaefils when you bring your Physician's prescription here lo be filled. Wood's Drug Store BLYTHEVILI.E, AHK. AN INVITATION- The New Management nf the HOTEL NORLK cordially invites your con- Untied patronage of its coffee shop and olhcr facilities. Kvery effort will lie made to continue (lie service that has made our hotel the favorite gathering place of Northeast Arkansas. —Harry Jlolbrook, iMgr. At The Hospitals lllyllK-vllle HtsuHiii Claylon Davis, nnrdellc. Jo:in Shanks, clly. Mrs. Mnyo Hopper, clly Walls llospltitt ' Adtnilted— • Jolin l,u(i>s, m. 3, city. Uoxcimiry i.iitos. HI, a, clly. Mr;;. J. W, Wlllirord. city. Mrs. 11. A. Smith, C |ty. Clydiu Maiildln. Klfcle, Mo Horn to Mr and Mrs. Walter (ox. Osci'ola, u son inst nli'hl. Jlsmlssert— , Jes.su Frmiks, nt. 2, city. William Dlxoii, Armorel Olonn fitiy lioyctl, city. Mriiiphli BiiplNt HoiplUI \dmittcd~ Iv-WIe Weyant, Oserolii. Rom to Mr. itiKl MM. Ernest, •efler. llayll, Mo,, a son. ' Prlniliilf of (he country's new il-imi'iioso ration bonks will take iv.OCO pounds of Ink, 7,500 jimiiuls 1 jmtc, half n million hounds of Havnson Girl Biiclc Of Frank A. Butler . OSOKOI.A,. All;., April 2!.~Atl. iimmrcmenl i; miulc ( ,,,|, 15 . , jy M) . iincl Mrs. .[. VI. BroiiShton of liar- 'son, Avk., of the mni'rliiKc of (Heir duuijliter. Mury I[et 011 lounhlon, to ftnslgn j.« m i, k A , miller, son ot Mi, and Mm W. A miller of (his city. Tlic ceremony wns performed til w First napllsl ohmch in Uav- i-lsori ill a o'clock 'iMwiny niter- noon. Apia 20, with the HPV. K K. Ui'lewi'. iwislar, irmlliiB the nfc ceremony. The bi-Mo «"(is roared in Karrison but lor the DM several months iins boon employed in Wellington Utislgn Hiuior was nil noiiov i:rnOuftii< or Osceola schools nflur which l». wns miuluiUMl from Ma- iwn Institute-, Marlon, Ala,, ami (lio United Slates Nuval Academy at .Annapolis wllli honors, Followli'f: Ills unulitatlon from Annapolis, ho wns assigned to DurlniouUi college, Ilnnovrr, N. IT,, for Kcvernl months as Instructor. For the pnsl several months lie lins breii nl- PAGE THMfc J/i« Vtty Cream of lhi> DRESS FASHIONS porlruyeil in Sheer Crept; Komnitte ^ 4-98 ( Oiru'rily Ptiitrli' fitwy and WhH, \( 1M %f? **x liefrcsliiiig liitle frocXa tJiat dofmilely si>cll E-A-S-f-E-lij. Iliglif.ncckcd tunics with <)c- Jigntful applique or embroidered trimmings . ; . imait livo-piece Biiit types'— r tliey spotlight Pcnncy's Spring rejection that aUo includes gay floral prints, dots, checks and bright solid tones in the sen- son's most favored fabrics Sizes 12 lo 20, 38 to 44^ V-j.. Styles far Every Woman! CYNTHIA SLIPS .29 • Lustrous Rayon Satin! • Smooth Kayon Crepe! • Dainly With Lacel • Smartly Plain Styles r So many styles to choose from . . . you can select your fnvorlles with certain dresses In niJiidl Some nrc straight cut wllh four gores and double yokes, others cut on the bias to fit smoothly under the sheerest frocks I Froths of lace at the neck and hemline ... or nntrlm- nicd styles if you prefer. All sizes. Slylcd For You! HANDBAGS 1.08 1 Rayon Fabric! G I- 0 V E S Embroidered NECKWEAR In styles and colors to add dash lo nil your spring outfits! Dressy or tailored styles, nicely slllch- C d I New spring colors! Lovely sheer col-, ini's to brighten your dark dresses! lending tlio,Sound school of the NiWy nt San Diego, cat. , Arriving in Meuiplih 8tindny nf- ellioon by piano Hoin Sun nio?o Mo \Vft« Julnt'd mere by ),jj broth-.' er, W. Iii'ln IMllei, who hicom- nlpd him'to liiinlson nml'ncLpd hl.i beit innn Thej ttwo Joined In Hot Springs b> Ilir-lr sister ,'!*• , w ; A ,- Unh •'' • wll ° n|s " nltendod Iho wcddlii) Following Hie ceicinony and ic- cepllon nl uu> bilclr's home, the couple left by motor for Han Dlctto Tiles britic's falhei' Ls an ofllclai of IJio Ml.ssoiirl nnd North Arkan- ns linltrotul, Trry /5AN tJlEOO, Cal, ("OP)—«> oimitl Sclioen, trtlcV driver, mule o'i omelet of nve ciwea of tits on Ihu M.ciil, he said; -^ ^ Uemely sorry and It'wtt?«tais. peiaiing ihc way ,ihe folks t bed (leni and isn." schotn >ly you vc RO( lotK of tiling on your mind <hnri.J "7' i' s: foo(l ™ llonin K. K»s and fu*i sol, go, Innne,. hours of 1,,,,'tl work, War Bond biiyhiK, Idlers lo your men in pci\icc. Hut clothes " wi'i'!!' 1 !• n "! l .' i1 , 1 " wct '', .v'""' wartime problems, nun neatl lilgii und .splril tiinlfitin(c{J. Knster is a Kmt( \ t| m q | 0 pj.,,, VOI)1 t ,] 0 ||, es y eaV— iiiul PeitiK-y'a is a K oo<] place to get the kind of you should 1mve! l Smart Thl* W«K ' SPRING STRAWS. 1 .98 Lovely now sail* 01 s Hint tire crlsjj nml Blilhlng the lltiy-calots Dint nrc u DUM of 'llbWers . , , nnil the pompadour types that sit ftavly on ypixr hcnill You'll tod (llsci cct ber«4 nnd conserv^ijve o/r-fiice styles'for iOlir suits! •> * fc> ^s. Si>iiU-ll>-Tnllori:ilO|.i:| (1 ,vcrriU ' ?\.JM ^ SPRING HATS ' ~^^^^' 2 ,s -~ Styles Knr Stills Cliin-llftcrs every one! ' Dc- Ut'lKrttl new jmdre siilldra or smnn (lowered beurt-slmiied ' boimotsl Mnny other styles wllh fcalliei 1 or rucliinit trim- mlngl Sninll Pry Join The Easier Parade! GIRLS' NEW HATS BJtf wide-eye<i bounds, snucy .Bailors and soflbre- lon rollers with nil the ribbons nnd flowers little (jlrls love! •.•19 by Marathon* Fine Fur Feltsi All of spring's newest and BEST details are repr*. Edited in this gr«nd group! stitched crowiis (at left), also bound edges, medallions, tvlde brims —every one a HIT! Thrifl S.ivinss In Fine lf.il Style! GENUINE FUR FELTS fur felt tn spite of Ihe low price— and top-style, ool siuitl(v> to blend with VOUR Kasler outfit! Sliowii Is the new bound edge Medallion! THIS YEAR SMART IT'S U S E

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