The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 9, 1944 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, MAY"9, 19<M Lnxora Society—Personal 1IAPTIST WMS MEETS The May business meeting of the Luxora Baptist Woman's Missionary Society met at the home of ^Mrs. Sum T. Mayo Tuesday nfter- Tnoon. Mrs. Charlie Evans led Ihe Mission study lesson. Mrs. Mayo served an ice course during the social hour. • * * IIOTAIUAXS AND KOTAIIY ANNS filllisjTS OP LOXOItA HOOK CI.UP. At one of the most outstanding musical programs given in Luxora, the Luxora Holajinns and Rolary Anns were guests of lionor on Thursday night ut the High School yynmasium when the members of the Luxora Hook club gave n community singing program muter the direction of Mrs. Byron O. Wilklus and Mrs. T. Lorn Stanford. Special numbers were given by Use Baptist choir with Mrs, wilkius accompanying, and Mrs. Stanford accompanying the Methodist choir and the Glee club numbers. Noble Gill, of Blythevillc, led the Community singing, and special solo numbers by Mr. Gill, nnd duels by Mr, Gill and Mrs. Worth D. Holder, the former Miss Wynclte Shepherd, of Blythcville nccompan- 1 led by Miss Jean Surlier, also of Blythcville, were special features of the program. A band concert, directed by Mrs Stanford, opened the program. For, this occasion, the gymnnslimi wasi decorated in a profusion of varied colored spring flowers and the patriotic rcd-wbite-blue. To each Ro- lary Ann a shoulder corsage was given. Mrs. Phillip George has returned home after spending the past four months at Port Chester, N. y. she was accompanied home by her .daughter. Mrs. D. c. Abcldcnour. Mr. Abeldenour, and daughter, Cav- rjkpta Aim, who came for an indefinite "visit. Mrs. Sam Meadows has returned to her home at Okolona, Ark., after n two weeks visit, with her son, Champ Meadows and Mrs. Meadows. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Spicer hnv e moved into their new home recently purchased from Mrs. William Wood, the former Carl Umphtcet home. BLYTHEVJLLE (ARK.) COURIEll NRWS Women's Clubs Are t/rgecf To Ease Army Wives' Lot Tile word "Bible" means book, .'iiitl many iicoolo spenk o[ it simply as "Hie Hook." Tile more liighij, ci-olvcd nnimals ave the most helpless nt birth. liy KUTH M1LI.R11' Q»l(e some lime ago I wrote an ni'tlclc sLigaesllng that women's clubs, looking (or n worlhwhtlc war pioject, could make life easier for .•oldicrs' wives traveling with bn- bles aiul small children IT they would set up nurseries in rnllrontul slation.s, 'Ihe first such nursery I've heard about—sjioiifored by n local orga- nisation—Is In ^fc]lll)lll.s l Twin. But it Isn't the work of 11 woman's ov- Bnniaitlon. Tlie Junior Chamber of Commerce started it. Mere Is Hie .srl-up for tile nursery at Memphis Union Station, in case you lire interested in getting some- iiiiB like 11 for your (own: The station provided two beds, aiul the sponsoring organization asked citizens who had baby beds' in their attics to donate the others. The nursery Is in n corner of Die ladies' lounge—and It is supervised by the Travelers' Aid Society. There is a crying need for such nurseries in every city of any size in the country—and there will be a need for them so long as mothers travel with • small children under the crowded conditions we have today. II' ISN'T GLAMOROUS Why don't women's clubs get busy and see that such nurseries are organized? Surely as women their members know how hard H is for war wives to Irnvcl with children these days. Can it be that the renson such schemes don't appeal to club women is because they find it more exciting or more glamorous to hand nut doughnuts to men in uniform than to do something for the wives who have to cross the country with bnble.s in their arms—in order eith- Rep. Fulbright Meets Arkansans In England Many Arkansas men arc among those crowding the British Isles, waiting for the invasion of Europe, Representative Bill Fulbriglit, reported on his return to this country after a London mission for Secretary of State Hull. One of the men RepresentatiV' Fulbright ran into was Lieut. Co David P. Taylor of Osceola. Other included Capt. "Stilts" Hays.' Co Jim Blount of Little Rock, MaJ T C. Carlson of Fayetteville, an Capt) II. p. Crawford of Uttle Rock DIAPER 13 Mot ! 1M l. cooled, relieved often prevented by MCI eaii a. the soothing, medical cd powder with ingredient often u 3 cd by Bpcciftlists CHOOSE YOUR GIFTS AT OUR PYREX WARE COUNTER DOUB1E DUTY CASSER01E A "must" for every bride! Sfiown licie with An easily -p/cpaied Cheese Soullte. The «mi kscps loorj slwming hot or me!<«s in cxlta pie pfate. Three lizes — t'iql., only "fLAVOR-SAVER"PlE PUTE Beny pie in this new Pyrex Pie Plate tastes grand! Balce (or 45 minules in a 400° oyen. Fluted edge keeps in juice «nd flavor. Handy glass (, M rJlci! HANDY PYREX 10AF PAN! Thii good looting disn das a dozen use:. Bake! delicious bread, lijfi, meat, desserts. Can be used to serve them piping hot at your PYREX CAKE DISH Notice convenient glass handles! Bakes perfect !ayercake« or doubles for meat, vegetable!, and other baking. Washes easily. A pair makes a lovely 9''ft.Each ., .only TOM LITTLE HARDWARE CO., Inc. 126 W. Main Phone 5JS cr to be with their husbands or to eel back home to mother for llio duration. Hold Everjithinff ~~" "Well, gentlemen, this new agreement has cleared (he air, Jiasn'l it?" 1'urjilo Hcnrf to Scnbrcs. 'CAMP PARKS, Cal. (UP)— TWO Scnlices recuperating here huvo - licra awarded Ihe Purple Heart Medal for wounds received lu action (ignfnst the enemy nt, Florida Island, -1'i miles below Guadalcanal. Mi's, and w. i: Tttylor, siiior [nii'd class, from Hearne, Tex., were both wounded by shrapnel 10 days UT Ihe landing. The condition niuoni; cows known ,„, • - •• ^.«..»,..v.> us "salt .sick" 3ins bci'ii fount! In In* The inert, v. R. King, machinist's caused by a deficiency 0 '-'pp-' male first class, from Ackermnu, > and Iran In (lie die!. SHE SUCKS YOUR BL8SD and leaves LIVING DEATH! Stop her before slio bites , . . with FLIT! 1'lil is uuMon death to nil riiosiiuilues. Yosl Kven tho dread Anopheles . . . tlio mostiuUo that cflrrit's mnlnria from n sick 'iHnn to you - . . tho mosquito yoti can tell, bta-uuso It sfnntts on its ttcnd ... is ensy to hit] wilh Flit, liuy on nmjile supply of Flit, today! hills Hi««, tnts, '' ( moth], bedbugs and i all mosquitoes. ' FLIT BE SURE IT'S FLITI AT TO MOTHER •-WithLpy^l WELCOME DURABLE RAYON HOSE Beauty and service combined! Full- fashioned, and shapely for sleek, clinging lit. Platterinff shades! HANDBAGS for SUMMER-' Summertime outfits landbags in sport HANDKERCHIEFS Gaily colored Moral broidcred styles NECKWEAR Dainty sheers, embroidered or lace trimmed, and sport piqiiu styles! CK EN i LLE Cuddly .wnrmdi to snuggle into! Flat- t tering in cut with slim waistline and Jl sweeping skirl. Graceful designs. ^ FITTING SLIPS Glossy rayon taffeta. All beautifully A 6!) tailored- Heavy rayons in sucll pretty styles. Flattering lines, graceful wide skirts. Nine Lives" for Your Spring Wardrobe! RAYON BLOUSES SOFTLY FEMININE 1.98 Charming blouws give your favorite suits and skirls more lives than n cat. Of cool rayon sheers or fine rayon crepes with dainty Ixw-tics or cascading frills. In go v -wlth-cvery- >!S,! thing ice-whita or soft pastels. Sizes 32 to 40, * PACE THKEfc For Blylheville's Busy Housewives! For the past two year, f,|f,j u$ Dry Goods Store has been makingVond; • wlehes at the rafc of 200 per day for the employees of Riee-Stix Factory and civilian workers of the Blythcville Air Field. These sandwiches are so differently delicious and wholesome, that we have been asked many times to make sandwiches for parties, picnics, Church Socials,'etc. W« have become convinced that, because of the increased demands on the time of the women of Slyrhevifle, who arc engaged in war work, and due to the lack of domestic help/ we might render a real service by increasing our sandwich facilities to the extent that we will be able to take care of these needs. Let us tell you about our sandwiches. They are not ordinary sandwiches—Not by any means. They are truly different and We make many' different kinds. KIKST. One snmlwielioM nrc iibsolulcly clean—made hi to r ». Frihlus' own kitchen under Iho mo«l rigid .smiiim-y conditions.'As soon us it is made the snmhvicli is cut inio (wo uetil triiin K les ami immediately wrap- l>ecl in clean gltiSKine pupor. • \ SECOND. Our siimtwichos l\ru not "skimped." If it'fi hnm, there's ft KcncTous Kmtu.nl O r ham, if it's tntm, chicken, or ham sakl Ihon there i» plenty of luscious tippctizing sitlacl. You couldn't make p, more .generous nutritious sriiMlwich at homo. THIRD. Hy milking luruc <nmnliUc.<i or sandwiches we arc able to keep the prices exceedingly low i\s compared wilh currenl .snmhvich prices. FOURTH. 0»v snwlwiehcs are really different. For inslancc, you'd think Hint a Imin sandwich is, well, just a ham smuiwich, that is, you do until you've eaten one of. our hum snndwidieti. First, we use only Wilson's Best bnkcd hum. A hum Hint is nationally known for its delicious flavor. Secondly, we use only Knifl "Miracle Wl)ip"-sn!rul dressing although we could buy it chenner brand itt about half the cost. Thirdly, you get plenty of ham. Fourthly, we use only fresh bread. Fifthly, we add slices of delicious Heinx Kosher Dill I'idde and lastly we add to all this fresh, lender, crisp lettuce, and thon you hnve a linni .sandwich that is really diffreent. .••• This holds (nio with every sandwich we make. They are 'trully,-dclightx ; •'"'. fully different. FII'TH. We are able to furnish HnmlwichCK on very .short notice and ,: ' . in nny (|iiantily. For instance, you remember at the last moment that you must furnish sandwiches for ynnr bridge club, or at the end of a hot summer day, you come home ton' tired to bother about a hot dinner. '. Just go to the 'phone and call FritxiiiK. Order two sandwiches, or two dozen, in lew than thirty minutes they' will'be ready for you, fresh, crisp ' ' . and appetizing. • • SIXTH. We have an iitnimngly large variety from which to choose yours. This week, for instance, you may obtain the following: ":,_';,. Wilson's Best Baked Ham ]5 C Ham Salad 155 Chicken Saiad (All Chicken) 15 C Tuna Fish Salad 15 C : Veal Loaf Salad is c Roast Beef Delight. , 15 C Delicious Deviled Ham IQc Pimento Cheese (Home-made) 10c (New nnd delicious numbers will,be added from time to time.) SEVENTH. ..OUK GUARANTOR. If you ever get a sandwich, which, for any reason whatsoever docs not suit you, then you may return it and get cither other sandwiches or a refund of your money. We ask that you try these sandwiches and use this service. Help us make this venture a success. NOTE. Airport workers and others who must carry their lunch to work will find our store open at 6:30 each morning with a plentiful supply of sandwiches freshly made which you may purchase without waiting. Many have already availed themselves of this service. -tP... Another Service By HARRY FRI.TZIUS DRY GOODS STORE 2017W.Md!n (Across From Rice-Stfx Factory) Phon«2637

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