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FAO»TWO ; BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Miss Maiy Sue Gee Weds A. Elkins Friday ttW riiaiTlage of , Miss Mary Sue Gee." daughter, of Mr. and Mrs, J. B*'Gee, lo James A. Elkins, was Fofemnlzed Friday night, 8 o'clock, aU' 1 the home of the : otflclatltig minister, the Rev. O. J. Cliastath, pjjtor of Ihe First Baptist Olmrcli, Ihe bade y,as dressed In n suit of- navy bine crepe, with -which slie v,*c white accessories, ami a cor- sa|e of tthllo gardenias. Hiss .Willie Mne Gee, sister of thr In Ide, served as inatd of honor, «»"<! Sergf. Bill Sawyer of the Bly- tlipvllle Anny Air Held, was best man. Mrs. Eikliis was graduated from Wilson High School and later al- leiid'ed. brau^han's Business Col- Itgc in Memphis. She Is now eiii- pltjyed at the Blytheville Army Air Field. , Miv Elklris, the son of .Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Elkins Si'., of Textirk- aiij\, Alk, was giaduatod from the higii school there, nnd Is now employed.^ the. Blyllieville Anny Air Field. , §fter a Khorl wedding trip ..lo Memphis, Mr; and Mrs. Eikliis arc ' their home in Blythevlllc. home yestrt-day afternoon with Mrs. Ralph Nichols the only gucsl, Spirea and wyrjella dccornled Ihe entertaining rooms, where Ihe guests played. bridge. High score was awarded lo Mrs. Sam Burns, and Mrs. Partlow won second high. .Tlie hostess served a sandwich plate and cold drinks at (ho conclusion of, games. BiUof News CM)B If.VK TWO, GUKSTS. Mrs.- Russell Phillips entertained mffltibei'S 'or-'Ilmi'Eday Luncheon C)ub^:yeslerday afternoon 'at her Iwiiio' .when she had Mrs. Vnnce Norflect -and Mrs. J. M. Ken- drltks' as guests. ^IvI'Vivo" course lunch was served Ii'qin liie dining table .which.had ns-a--centei'plece a bowl,of yellow anfl 'pink tulips and plirple Dutch Vi 'liie, bridge Biunes, high score prize was awarded to Mrs. B. B. Clfe, with second high lo Mrs. Ken- Art&s! .' ' '"* • • MrtS, WALTER POl'E ENTF.BTA1NS CUJE Mrs. Waller Pope entertained the Mid-'Week Club yesterday afternoon, with Mrs. Baker Wilson, Mrs. Robert Porter and Mrs, J. H Elkins nOiifests." 1 "" ' jThc .two-course lunch, served at :;rhnl! tables in the living room, hail ns" centerpieces small vases of Spring flowers. Jn the^brlSge" games, high score WES awarded^ lo Mrs. W. L. Horner, wtth Mrs, Wilson winning Ihe guest pflze. Mrs. Porter was presented hindkercliiefs ;'as a gift. •f. ,'».**' J'ATKICIA .PARTLOW HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY Patricia Partlqw, daughter of Mr. and Airs. H. : G. Partlow, cel- clirnted her sixlh birthday Wednesday afternoon with a party for aijfol her friends., , jriietXHerripon> was spent .taking pictures,'playing games with h'on- 01$ eoiiig to Mary Alice Wrolen wtiti"was presented a bubble set. HSllh Rec(| was given a victory bilk for winning a contest. |Thc 'guests were served from a dttiing table which was centered Mrs. Vali Wright nnd children reluiiied. to their home In Aika- dclphla,', Ark.,. yesterday nfter n few weeks vlsll with her sister, Mrs, Farmer England nnd Mr. England. . Mrs,. England accompanied Mrs., .Wright home .and will no from there to ! Little flock next week where £he will represent Chapter N .of P. E. .O. Sisterhood at the stale 1 convention. Mrs..Cecil Hiianc and Mrs. Ixmls Cherry \v«iil In; MclnphLs yesterday where. ..they met Mrs. T. I 1 . Wrlglit' and T. P. Wriyht Jr., who have been In-l.jltilcfielii, Texas, for several weeks with Major Wright's mother,. Mrs. Vmile V. Wright. Miss Emma. Kate Uiciiards, KC- conipimled by her niece, Miss Mary Richards, arc in Memphis lor two days with Miss Richards' mother, Mrs. Nem Richards ot Alamo, Te'nn., who is consulting a jpccinl- isl there. Herbert Swearcngen Jr.. who hns been quite ill of ninlnila, Is Improving. Mrs. Pnul Warren hns returned to her home In St. Louis after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Freeman and Mr. and Mrs. George Stllwell niul their families. Mrs. Warren Is n sister of Mr.s. SlU- wcll nnd Mrs, Freeman. , Mrs. W. A.' Hlckersiaff, Mrs. C. R. Blckerslnlf, .Mrs. Prank .len- dngs, Mis. il. : II. Cnrler nnd daughter, Sandra, motored lo Memphis yesterday on business, S. O. Shciton, Louis Davis, Louis Isaacs, Jimmy Stevenson, John McDowell, Charles Brbgilon, P. V. Becker. Tiuid Nichols, Elton Hutf- jnnn, and L. S. Bennlsh will go to Little Rock today where they will represent, Btythevllle at the War ionclave j\Iay 1 nnd 2, sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Mrs. J. J. Stephens returned lo tier home hi Lake 'Charles, La., yes- lerday tiller spending two weeks here as the guest of her Blslei', Mr.s. Helen Ford. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vance of Armorel, spent'last', weekend in Columbia, Mo., with their son, Arthur Thail • Vnnce, seaman second class, who Is stationed there al University ol Missouri, aller having completed his boot training at. Snn Diego, Calif. Herb Thompson Is seriously ill Recent. Bride «" ' r * .*'< '//$ Miss Snow Hi'osheiirs of Memphis nnd Ltixora, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C, lircshenrs ol I.ux- orn, anil K. Sergt. Hob Ilrasch of Camp McCain, Miss., mid Memphis, were married April n in Memphis, Tim bride attended school at Uurdctte find Jia.s been wiijtloyd in Memphis for several^ years. liotno by (mm from Washington, n. C. Mrs. Miuilin Hutti'ey has relurn- cd lo Jonesboi'o to tnnke her 1 home nfler having lived here frir the [last year. Mr. and Mrs. Crawford M. Noble left yesterday afternoon for New York City to spend several weeks. Lieut. Jinimic Walker son of Mi. nnd Mrs. J. T. Walker of Huffman, left Wednesday fov Cherry Point. M. C., where he will be sla- tloned. His brother, Pete Walker and sister. Mr.s. Joe K. Watldy accompanied him as fur ns Memphis. Miss Litfctra May and Jot 1 Hnliic:; Walters, both o! Stiile College, Cape Ciirardenii, Mo., will arrive tomorrow to spent; tlie weekend with Miss May's parents, Mr. and Mr.s. Ijiifnycltc May. fieri Trnmlile left loday for Little Rock where he will attend the war conclave ns a representative from the Blyllieville' Junior Chamber of Commerce. Mrs. William Dolcn who has been in San Diego, Calif., for n month with her husband, Private Dolnn. will return next week to her home here al the Goff Hotel. Private nolan has been made an instructor on (.lie rifle ranee since completing his basic training in the Marines. Ur. C. E. Wilson has gone to Hoi Springs where he will tnko n course ol bhths. He will return in 10 ov 12 days. ficrgl. Hill Brawlcy left this morning for Fort Ouster. Midi., at- I'r a short furlough spent with Mr. incl Mrs. C. S. Baflgelt and other 'elatlves. OK -For refreshineiil- 1 ! Hie hostess EoK'ed home-made ice cream and nil 1 .- Club a»RS. 'ROV REA HAS DjJUBLE FOUR CLUB. .The, Double Four Bridge , met with Mrs. Roy Rea yesterday ufrernoon with Mrs. Karl couch- lera, Loviis and Mrs. W. R. Stokes ol Fllnl, Mich., were called lo his bedside. Mrs. Stokes will return lo Flint Sunday but Mrs. Stewnrt will remain with him tor some lime. AIlss Mabel Hrnckin 1ms returned lo Memphis after spending the Mrs. Raymond Schmuck and Mrs. Bob Gwynii as guests. '•Ppiing flowers were used throughout the rooms where the guests pfayed 'bridge. .Among the club members high score wns awarded to Mrs. Victor Srilwell nnd Mrs. Schmuck was giVcri the guest prize. 'Sandwiches and cold drinks were .•crved for refreshments. MRS. WALKER BAKER HAS LUNCHEON CLUB >Mrs. Walker Baker compliment cd" the Thursday Club ant! teveral ofter guesls with a luncheon yes- tei'dny afternoon. The two-course Hmch was served^ from small lables which were centered with vases ot mlxec Spring flowers. Tulips, narcissi other Spring bouquets were usec throughout the entertaining rooms High score prize was awarded ti Mrs. b. 'w. McCutchen, secon 1 high to Mrs. P. B. Joyner. Mrs. H WrWylle was presented the gues prfee.,jind Mrs." M. I. Hellmullt o Belleville, Texas, house guest o her sister, Mrs. P. L, Englcr was presented a gilt. weekend with her parents, Mr. and rs. Smith Biackln. Miss Bracklu s been In defense work for an tended period. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hose have turned from Sweetwaler, Tcnn., lierc they visited their foil. Hlch- 'd, who attends school there. Mr. CLSC went by trnln there 'where he el Mrs. Rose who was en route IS. H. G. PAK.T1.OW ENTERTAINS CI.UB Jvtrs. If. G. Partlow entertalnc members of 'Club Hgtil a I he Social Calendar SATURDAY'S EVENTS Association of American Uni- ersity Women meeting Saturday Junior Hif/li Boys Hear Talk Ky Iteed Neill Heed spoke lo the Boys ilub of the Junior High School Friday morning on "Americanism and Patriotism". Mr. Heed spoko on the. rights of people in this country compared to other countries. He also said (.hat due to the war we should use the phone only \vhen necessary. He concluded his speech by saying "If we obey tlie laws of this nation we will gain ultimate victory and become belter American cili/ens." Officers of this club arc: Harvey Pouge, president; Stanley Hood, -sprgeanl-at-nrins; George Pollack, treasurer. Reporters: Charles 'Henderson and Dick Williams. Ttead Courier News want nds. Keeping tip With The Men In Service I'vt. Walter G. Webster Jr., son of Mr. nnd Mi's. Webster Sr,, who lias been .stationed nt Camp Hood, Texas, hn.s been transferred lo Greenville. Pcnna. core'.- !'• Payne, .ion of Mr. and Mr.s. ,1. A. Payne of Highway 01 Saitlh. lias been promoted from private Ilrst class to corporal. Corporal Payne who hns been In tlie Army Air School for technical' .raining, stationed nl New Orleans, Ims been transferred lo Detroit, where he is working on Holts Roycc nnd Merlin engines. Corporal Payne's wife and small daughter me making Ihclr home wllh his parents for the ilinnlion. J. M. Williams, chief petty officer In tlie Navy, who hfisj>een stationed at Naunicn, New Caledonia, is on his way home. He is coming specially lo take a course at Washington, ix c. En route home he ex- petls lo .stop in Blytheville lo visit his mother, Mr.s. M. .1. Drake, aiul other relatives. Mr. -Williams was reared In Blytheville. Pvt. Carter V. Lewis, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Vernon G. I,ewis of Rosebud, Ark., has recently reported to the Air Depot. Training Station, Will Rogers Field, Okla. Before entering the Army Air Forces on Sept. 0,'he was engaged in farming in this community. Willnril II. Pcii.se. stationed in the Signal Corps somewhere in the South Pacific, has been promoted lo Ihe rank ol first lieutenant. Everett. Fitzgerald, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. .John Fitzgerald of lily- thsville, a bombardier, .stationed nt, Bfegs Field, El I'n.so, Texas, 1ms been promoted from staff .sergeant to technical sergeant. Pfc. J. .c. Curvln htis arrived safely in North Africa according to word received by his wife, Mi* Myrtle Curvin. W. W. Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Scott is 111 the Naval Reserve .stationed nt Camp Perry Va. Cadet, Jnek Johnston, snn of Mr. nnd Mr.s. Emery .lohnslon. Route 2. Is now in pre-tlighl. work, stationed al Snntn Ana. Cnlif. Mr. Johnston writes that lie lins met two old friends since his nrrival nl the camp; cadet Joe Bill Mcllancy and Cadet John Charles Bright. Staff Scrgt. Leonard T. Oldhnm who has been stationed at Columbia Air Bnsc, Columbia, S. C., is visit- Ing 1 nt the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Olclhpni of ..Sleele. Sergeant Oldham Is n nephew of Mr. and 'Airs. E. O. Adams and prior to entering Ihe Anny, operat ed Terry's Filling Stnlion. Corp. Rush K. Austin of Blyllie- ville is now stationed in North Africa. SErgl. Wilson O. Benelieki fa with a flgltlcr squadron stationed at Wesloner Field, Chicopee Falls, Mass. Miss Nancy Anne Singery is Bride Of CaWornian Announcement ha.s.uecn made .of Ihe wedding of Miss Nancy Anne Singery, daughter, of Mr.', and Mrs. II, P. Singery, formerly of Blytheville, nnd Corp.-U. K. Brown, who Is stationed at San Pedro, Calif. The riles were solemnized Api'il 13 al Hawlhorne, Calif., with the )ley. P. K. Fry officiating. The bride is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mr.s. C. H. Wheeler of this city. She and her parcnjs now live In California. Corpora! Brown fs the .soil of Arthur K. Brown, also of California. The ceremony was held In the presence of the bride's parents and licr brother, Petty Officer William Singcry of (tie Navy. The bride wore a suit of Airny tan with luggage brown accessories iind n corsage of TalLsninn roses nnd gardenias. The bridegroom is an Instructor in higher mathematics In the U. S. Army at Han Pedro to where the couple returned after a brief wedding trip. FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1943 At The Hospitals Illylheville llospllal Admitted— • Baviil Mahan, ' Luxorn. Dismissed— August Halch, city. Boyd Carroll, .city. Ala'xlne Wcalhcrford, Manila ; ' Mrs.'Herbert Bell, Hayli,. Mo^ Stiaron Kay' Ma'ncss, city. Mrs. Arthur Wright, Manila. Jinimie. Ijxncashlre, city. .Mrs. Andrew'Self mid baby, cily.' , Mrs, Call Martin and baby, city. Walls 'Hospital Admiited— ' . . ; Murvin llallcy, 'Canilliersvillc, Mo. ... 'Nora Bell Smith, Rteele, Mo. Martha Harmon, Hdrnersvllle, Mo. . ' Dlssmi&scd— Anna Mae Hatlcy,' Steelc, Mo; Mrs. W. E. Dunii, city. II. C. Coulsdn. Stccle, Mo. Mrs. Bill Scott and baby, city. Jnmes Bcai'd, city. ' • • Mcnipliis Methodist Hospital Admitted- Mrs. L. V. Hopkins, Caruthers- vllle. Mo. ' Memplils Baptist Hospital Adiiijiled— Brysin liogers, Osceola. Mrs. Jiiek Gibson. Leachvllle. W. 11 Wellborn, Occcola. SCHOOL NEWS News Of WAACs, WAVES and SPARS Miss Fledn Mne Thomas left today for Monticeilo. Ark., where she will receive her basic training In .he WAAC. Miss Freda Hanks, also of here, left In.sl week for Ihe same training center. Junior High School pupils, jjlac- e'd on tlie honor roll lor the second sis weeks of the second semester were; Eight- A One; Owen Harrison, Stanley Hood. Mary I.oue Joiner and Martha Ann Lintxen- ich. Eifhl A. Two; George Pollack, Vivian nelmnr, Rnlh Virginia Seiiy, Vannyc Whitney and Julia A Woodson. , Eight A. Three; Belly Lone At- khis, Marilyn Deen. Thomas Bell, Neina BiU'^s, Lehman Godwin and Daii Caldwcll. Eight A. Four; Palsy TrovLs, Samniyc Ferguson, T. J. Hansard. Honor Roll for Seventh Grade Seven A. One Ohhrlenc Chitders Seven A. Two; Clyde Carroll Fowler, Jack Hornei', Charles Henderson and Nannie Dyrd Hopper. Seven A. Four: Dick Williams, Peggy Van Winkle and Sam Johnson. Seven A. Three; Dorothy Lum Opal McDcrmoll and Barbara Moiiiighim. Read Courier News want E Saturday | Hlght $:30-to"l O'Clock ^Ijiithe Beautiful Blue Room > ^ of the [MOTEL AdmiWkm €6< Per Petwm A BEST KNOWN MEDICINE- made especially to relieve 'PERIODIC' FIMALE PAIN And Its Weak, Cranky, Nervous Feelings— Take liccd If you, lite so mnny women nncl slrls. linve sny or all or Jj^^evmpttiins: Do sou on such nchc, wait, nervous tcellncs. tlls- ircss ot Incgiilarlllcs" — tlue to itmctlonnl monthly aisturbnnccs? Then Etnil ot once—try I.ydln E. Plnklmni 5 Vegetable Compound. "'»'•'•""- "ompOMnrt Is so liclp- 'tJch distress because ful iJ ,; / ltlg , Tfthen r^»\ i II . MPORTA:;T ORGANS, -II hVtSPinH l ynu "" ou t the month BUcJi Kfmii p «" stft " CCREBlnst sucji s>mpioins. Thousands upon tljousntuls or women report henelUst TJiore nrc no tjannful oplntcs In Plnfchnm's Compound— It contnli;s ntvlure's own roots nnd herbs trortl- llctl with Vitamin Di), Also n fine Momnchtc tonic t Follow lalirl dl- rcctlone. Worth trying! J.ydiaE.Pinkham's VEGHABLE COMPOUND AT FIRST SIGN OF A Sequoia tree.s. world's largc.il living things today, weigh only .OOGOltH iwiinds as seeds. C ov* W 666 USE 666 TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE DROPS FREE PRIVATE DEMONSTRATION By New York Laboratory-Trained Expert/ Aliril SO * May I !l:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. HOTEL NOBLE—BLYTHEVILLE, • Important discoveries revealed in U. S. Government ( National Deafness Survey make possible the greatest help i ever offered to the hard of hearing. Find out about the j new, amazing, scientific improvements'designed (o give | you BETTER HEARING. Call for free private demonstration. J 1 Ask for Acoiisiicon. No obligation. ^ACOUSTICOH HEARING AID BASED ON U.S GOVERNMENT FINDINGS MIND YOUR .MANNERS Test your knowledge by correct oclal usage !>y answering the fol- Jwhif questions, then checking gainst Ihe authoritative answers elow; 1. If you cannot meet a guest t the railroad station In your wn cat should you arrange for Is transportation to your house? 2, 'Should the guest v.'ho plans o stay four or five days take his atioji books will) him? , 'J. Should you feel free to Invite oursnlf to visit close friends or elatlves? 4. Is it good taste lo criticize no's In-laws to one's friends? 5. If a man makes n luncheon ate with a girl Is it Jill' right for er to Bring a friend along with What would you do If— Your daughter is Just starting o have dales— (a) After mectinu the boy who nils for her, ask to lie excused nd go to another room so that icy can have the living room'? (b)-Stay light with yoiir.(l.iug)i- .'!' .and- 1 her dale? . •,' . .' ' Answers 1. It'is the gracious .thing lo do •hen you know 'definitely' 1 what "alii a guest is taking. 2. Yes. 3. .Not unless you have . been rge'd.ovcr and over to do'so. And len you '.should make sure that he time is convenient to your lios- PSS. ' • 4. No. 5. No. Belter "What. Would You Do" olulion—In). Gdesls Tor: this meeting were, Mrs. Rakeslraw of Grldcv and Miss Bcna Miller. Mrs. ,w. ll. Hall became a new member. 'Ihe hostess served a wilad plate and cheese that was made In the club two months ngo. The May meeting win )„. ] lc ui with Mrs. Huct liogers as hastens. Mr. and Mm, Charles Rogers have completed a new kitchen and repapcred their home. Double Bridges News Mr. nnd Mrs. Necly Flowers of niylhevilte spent Sunday with Mrs Flowers 1 parents, Mr, and Mrs' Harvey Permenter, Ivfiss Bina Miller entertained •! host of young people Tuesday evening with dancing and cards in honor of Miss Helen Morris who left Wednesday with Miss Mildred Chambers for lioonevilie Ark., where they will remain for some time. Mr. and Mr.s. Walter 1'eimentcr Roy Permenter and daughter p.i-' frlcla, spent the weekend 'with Walter Jr., who is stationed at Bl- loxi, Miss., in the. Army Mr. nnd Mrs. Willie Billmd visited relatives at lilplcy, MLs.s, nils week. Iowa to Walt on Couch IOWA CITY, la. (UP)—The University of Iowa will make no decision before July on the question of a new head football coach, according fo Athletic Direclor E. G. Schroeder. Iowa lias been without a coach since Feb. n, when Jim Harris resigned to enter the armed forces. Demonstration *f '^T' . Uub News Notes Willie Richie's Son At Pre-Flight School IOWA OITY, In. .(UP)—One of the most versatile athtelcs lo en- ler naval aviation tralnliijf at the prc-fUglil school here Is James W. Heiclierl of Wyoming, Pa., son. of former lighlweighl contender \vil- lle Richie.. Reichert is heavyweight wrestling champion of Hie pre-flight, f:chaol. During his career, at' Buck- ncll University, he was undefeated in boxing nnd wrestling nnd participated in football, basketball and (i'iick. MHIBM; BRIDCKS VOMKN MKKT When the Double Bridges Home Deinonstrnlion Club mel with Mrs. fugli Wright for llieir April nieet- ng, all members answered roll call with "How f Have Made. A Belter Tome This Yejir." with Mrs. Rziz- -eile presiding over the meeting in he absence of Mrs. Worsley. ;Thc following gave talks; Mrs. S. B. Raraelle gave n talk on poultry. ~trsi" Harvey Pnnnenter discussed n article on "Can Agriculture Stand Another Period -of Depi'e.s- ion." Mrs. Ash Norman talked on rark clothes. NO ASPIRIN can do more for you, EO why pay more? World'slarjeslseller at lOOfi tablets 2<V 100 ioroaly 'Sty. Get St. Joseph Aspirin. CARD OK THANKS We wLsh to lake thus means of UiankiiiK our friends and neighbors for their many klndnesse.s during the illness and death. ol our husband and father, J. A. Hur- din. We wish particularly lo thank Dr. j. L. Tidwell aiid the liolt Funeral Home. MIT>. J. A. Hardin and family. For Ihe jiicture "II Ain't Hay" to be shown at the Rib. theatre, May 2-!l, the theatre will open at 1:15 and the picture will start at !::{«. First Show 1:30 Second Show 3:30 Third Show 5:30 Fourth Show 7:,'!0 Fifth Show 9:80 Kate Smit sivaps stories -ofShreveport, La> ' W^ c FIGHTS WEAR and WEATHER! FLOOR AND DECK ENAMEL For all wood floors, indoors and oul. Resists scuffine, and wejilicr. 1'asy to use •.. . dries liaru, conveniently fast. Many flttrsctivc colors. • - PORCHES AND INTERIOR FLOORS John Miles Miller Co. Distributor 123 W. Ash 1'hone 2007 Blytheville Shoe Stores will he CLOSED WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS May SHi Until September 1st The FAMILY SHOE STORE LNISirs SLIPPER SHOP FLOYD A. WHITE ' So MANY WOMEN tell me that Calumet batters and doughs can wait!" Kate answets/'Of course, it's because Calumet always wits tilt it Ms (fie oven before acting a second time. So for light, fluffy hot breads you sure can count on Calumet-even when meals are irregular! "Here's a wartime meat- stretcher- Hamburger Pinwheels. When Ted Collins, my manager, saw these, he said, •Now there's a real he-man dish, Kate, with all the trimmings! *ltit.nto"KA»f SMITH SPEAKS," HAMBURGER PINWHEELS 3 tebtcipoons finely chopped onlotii 1 tablespobn fat 1 teaspoon salt Dajh of pepper Vi cup fine loCt bt«ad crumbi Vj cup milk \\ pound groundb«ef 2 cupsliAfd flour 2teiipocnlL>lum«t Baking Powder 1 teaspoon salt l /t cup shortening 3 ,\ cup milk (about) Sflulo onions in fat until soft. Combine onions, salt, pepper, bread crumbs, milk, and me«t; mix thoroughly, Sift flour once, measure, add baking powder and salt, «nd sift again. Cut in shortening. Add milk gradually, stirring until soft dough is formed. 1\im out on lightly floured board and kniad 15 Seconds. Roll into 12 x 9-inch rectangle. Spread with meat mixture and roll lengthwise as for Jelly roll, wetting edge to seal. Cut in 12 ilic**; place on grtaleJ baiting 5-heet. Bake in hot oven (-ISO' F.) 25 minutes, or until done. Servfr hot with cream sauce to which green peas have be«n added. Makes. 6 Mrvingi. (All are (ev«f.) SAVE! BUY BIO WARTIME J50I-CANI CALUMET THI OOUtU-ACriHQ The tall cone of the Flying Porl?.%• is assembled in Iwo sections tipper and lower shell, and every possible item ol equipment b> added lo each half before rivets make them Into one. KEEP I" 1>'"«. Tome Dial untuly V/\IIB >ook - A<lli '"sire, recoil YUUK hair well groomed wl'tli Morollito Hair Tonic. I.aiKo uotlle 25o. Sold everywhere The Miracle In Permanent Waving! RAY, (lie modern, selcn- (Iflc wave. No liral— No inn- I'lilncs. Drop in for drluils. MARGARET'S I1IOADTY SI 101' 104 R. First I'lioiie 2r>:t2 I II A Confinnoug Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 9:09 «.m. 1Z:45 p.m. 4t3fl p.m. f.ast Time Today 'Navy Comes Through' wiih I':iI O'llricn niul fientKC Murphy Paramnimt News & Selcdcd Sbnrts Saturday Serial "Perils of Nyoka" Chap. 4 and short. Continuous Showing Sat. 1 In 11:30 •Sunday & Monday *Tgv»s 0 *-,pS«*~<.*«?,>.* •^ABBOTT ti!|tiM WMii His OiiM - mfQ -l«K.«I!», w} _»»»:!™««K»» 1 A UNIVEHSAI. PICTURE : It ! Paramount Ncivs & Kelectcd Shorts ROXY Barjain Night Every Nifht F.jc«p» Saturday. Box Office Opens G;45 ' Show Starts 1:00 Cantlnnoiu Sbu«s Hat. and Son. I,asl Time Today ' Kennel Murder Case' with \ViUiMii 1'invi-li niul Mary Astur Stlfctfd short suhjecls. Saturday S^ri»l "Overland Sl^il" 12 and Slmrl. C«nt. Shnwing Satnr. l:0n to 11:30. 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