The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 26, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 26, 1944
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f AGE TWO" BLYFHEVILLB (AfcK.) <COURli# NEWS - i 3 «vjp >>«/a; • Laney Appoints Adams Manager t* * IV ' Jonesboro Attorney To Handle Campaign In Governor's Race LITTLE ROOK, Ma> 2<J (OP > — A Jonfsboro Janyer Arthur Adanjs, has been 'noned .campaign co- manager Jol- Sen,Laney, candidate for ihe oMice of Governor of Arkansas. Laney sajs he feels fortunate in obtaining Adams Adams »lll not take over full command /)t Laney's'campaign due toj'hts extensive ^a*» practice but La'ftey says he will announce Jils othir co-manager as soon as pos- sib)e , I-Riiej also annovlncJes that T H Alfprd o'fUttte Rock, will be his office manager Will Steel ol 'Teiaikana, al-o a caifdldate -lor governor, says he vujl open Ills headquarters In Lltll? Kff\ the first of Jurie HE has not named a campaign manager but will do,so''sooh after he opinse his office . Bacon Strips >4cW New Flavor To Your Waffles George Hamilton Named In Divorce'Action Here George Hahillton, nationally knoiin orches\ra leader, »as listed as defendant in the divorce suit filed yesterday in Chancery Court here bv^lsiwlfe, Mrs Ann Stevens Hamilton Mrs H&milion chssges general indignities 'in her suit for di- \oiee froar the'musiclan your children ranging in <tge fruqi six to 14, were aiarded to the. custody ol the father in the divorce decree granted Katherine, the plaintiff, froirf T»nul StllweU on grounds of >tfirte' years 'separation Among other -Hivorce decrees granted in recent sessions of'Chan- cery court 'was tb»t*of Roy Tweertle vS Helen T^eedle. Their 2V-mont)>- old dw^hter, 'Boy Anh *as to re- mam la the custody of the mothei with the plaintlH to have Ihe child during'vaeations The divorce ma; granted on" the grounds of genera indignities ^ ' Thre| ycaA separation was the grounds of ihp Divorce decree granted George <3»y jfom Bailie Am Clay Custody of their sljt-year-jjld daughter yras awarded to ilrs 01 a 5 Another 4iyoroe, (»nted on ,the grounds of ttuee jyeani separation was (hat of Marilyn Lewis vs iuke Lewis ^ T , . ' CharglnK general indlenllies, Lil llan B«kef w«T'granted a dlvorci from Columjpus B»lcer A divorce on these t pounds was also grantee Annie >lae £vrard from Clarence E\rard ^ Charging desertion,' Xemon Hil was granted a divorce from Audrey Hill ,.- , A Chancery Co\irt order awardec Ihe custody «f the Infant daughte to the^blaintlff,'«obert Downs, an gave the mother, Beatrice Donyns defendant in the litigation Involv mg the custody of the child, Hi right to \isit4ier daughter Seven divorce suits filed to Chan eery* pouri are Dean Burns vs Grace (jBiu-ns. iDoris Walsfeld v. Raymond Walsfeld Sylvia Sandei son vs Paul V Sanderson, Car Lawrence -Pleasant vs Ella Ma Pleasant, J W Mllllgan vs Mand Milligan, 1411 j e Poe \s J H Po and Ethel Neely vs James Neely Jack^falker Gets Wings Jack Walker, n'ephew"of Mrs GO nedman, was among the graduates at exercises held Tuesday at Postci Field, Ban Angelo, Texas, wh?n he iccetved his silver wings as u pilot and his;commission as a second lieutenant 'In 1 the Army Air Forces Lieutenant Walker, who is 19, formerly Iived_in Blylhevllle Singers CMeet Sunday T-. 1 \ , Theyinonthly singing conyentton of Pemiicot County will be held Sunday-,at the Mount Zlon Cemetery, one'mile east of Steele, Mo it ft as announced today by BEL Smith,_presid*nt, .»hd Issued an In- utatlon to -tile TpUBllc to attend *Bacon cooked in waftles gives adflta taste value. BY GAYNOU MADOX NBA Slaff Writer For something new. try golden rown bacon waffles. Use n "lean" vaffle fatter because; us Ihe ba- on cooks, the drippings ndd fiav- r. to the waffles. Bacon ami Cora Krillcrs One-half cup cooked bacon, l lip canned corn, 1 • cup sifted flour, tenspooir baking 'powder, 1-4 cup nilk Combine ingredients,; Fry by poonfulls on a hot greased griddle. Serve with orange or .grapefruit narmnlaiie. Bacon Waffles (Ylohl; 0 Wnfries) •Two, cups' sifted flour. 3 teaspoons bilking powder, 1-2 tea- .poon salt, 3 egfjs,'•! tablespoons bacon drippings or oilier melted "at, l 1-2 cups milk. . . Sift together . flour, bnkhig pow- dei and salt. Bent yolk and \yhltes of eggs''separately.'To.'dry ingredients add beaten egg yolks, incited fat;and milk. Combine .with n few strokes, .then fold 'in egg .whites beaten until stiff bill not dry. Blend but 1)0 n/)t ovei mix. Pom the. batter into a preheated waffle Iron, as usual. Top with a slice or slices of uncooked bacon.' Close the Iron; ,cuok as usual four 10 five minutes. Yarbro News Visiting .'laymen .will occupy the pulpits In the Methodist Churches In Ynrbro '.nnd Promised Land <on Sunday, May 28, it was announced today .by the Hev. D. G. lllndmun. pastor, Carroll W. Walson of Osccola. JoncsUoro district Iflv leader, will be ( speaker at Yarbro, nt the 11 o'clock service, while'P. E, Oooley of nlylhevllle, an iicllve layman in (he church, will speak nl the 11 o'clock service nt Promised 'Laud Hfclhodtst Church. The public Is invited to attend these services, the Hev. Mr. Hind-' man lumounccd. FRIDAY, MAY 26, Honolulu Paper Carries Account ; Of Victory Wagon The horse-drawn "Victory wagon," operated here by the Happy Hour grocery as an answer to the acule delivery problem, has gained widespread publicity with stories of the gayly painted wagon appearing In several magazines my papers, and a picture of the wagon fronting a national news weekly. George Stllwell. manager of the Happy Hour, received a letter from O. G. cobb of. Morrllton, seaman 2-c In the Navy, In which was In- closed a clipping -from the Honolulu Star Bulletin about the local store's unique way of overcoming (lie gns nnd tire shortage by rcverl- lng tp (lie ever faithful horfie-and- wagoh to deliver groceries lo the city's housewives. The sailor's comment—"You can't keep an Arkansan down". Appearing on the cover of a recent edition of Grit, Newsweekly with a national circulation, was the picture of the Victory wagon, with Mr. Stlltvel) aboard, as appeared in the Courier News. An account of the Victory wagon has also appeared in a num- Ijer of grocery organs, nil of which coinnienl, favorably on Ihis menus of delivery service. • Brass Hats at the Beachhead Jj r /«.-f According to German caption on above photo, received from neu- •tro source, it shows German Gen. Albert Kesselring, center and Field Marshal Baron von nichll.otavlcft. In a trench on the Anzlo- Nettuno beachhead. .Jungle Adors Shy DANVILLE, 711 (UP)—Mrs Osa Johnson, world-famous woman explorer and widow of the late explorer, Martin Johnson, who lias been (o Hollywood, as well as most of the world's Jungles, told n meet- ing here recently at which she was guest .speaker: "-The best actors come from the African jungle not from Hollywood. Of course," she iKicled, "the difficulty Is getting the jungle actors In front of the camera." Old Garments Good Source Of Summer Fabrics North Mississippi County shoppers who have searched store .counters unsuccessfully for desirable summer fabrics may have better luck looking through their own clollies closet, Cora Lee colemnn, county home demonstration agent, advised (Ms week. Many discarded garments, Miss Coleman suggested, pronnbly contain enough good material for blouses or for children's dresses. Usable lace, embroidery, braid, buttons or zippers may also be salvaged from old garments. Old print, voile, arid rayon dresses probably can be remodeled for further wear, too. If they' are loo small, they can be made over for smaller members of the family. Sometimes solid-colored material con be dyed another color 'to give It new life and beauty. White garments that have lost their fresh- ness can be tinted or. .dyed to, change Uielr appearance for the coming season. < .. , Dresses that arc sllll good but are not being worn any longer may require only a little restyllng. All that Is needed perhaps Is to recut the sleeves, change the neckline, refit the waistline and shoulders and even the hem. Such slight alternations may make that unpopular little number one of this summer's favorites. Bands of printed material cut Into strips, or printed material cut into appliques are good ways of adding to the attractiveness of thrift dresses made from sacks. Pinafores and jumper dresses are (.•specially attractive trimmed with this material. Vatican City Is foreign territory even to Romans, who must add ex_ tra poslage to mail going over its ! borders. BEAT HEAT Sprinkle your'boat rash irritated ekiii well wilh Mexeaiia, the soothing, medicated powder. Cools burn a Commercial Classes In Shorthand-Bookkeeping-Typing MRS. L. M. BURNETT 1010 Hearn Degree From Accredited/College .Flume 3210 Onsollnc nnd .motor vehicle state tax revenues accoimled for nearly 30 per cent of total sales tax revenues last ycnr. Sitting on Sudden Death' Few. envy'the;HAP armorer in the photo nbove. Literally sitting on sudden death, he's making adjustments inside 8000-poimd bomb. A cummerbund is a*sash-llke garment. ' Shibley^s Best FLOUR —Better for all home baking—Takes less shortening, too! FREE 7944 ART CALENDARS Slop by our warehouse,' 310 W. Ash St., for jours. CIGAR HEADQUARTERS You can buy ONE or A BOX! We now have a full selection of all the more popular brands. \^. ^ - Blylheviile Liquor Shop LOCATED IH HOTEL GLEHCOE BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. Announcement! To The Owners and Buyers Of All Types of Insurance and Surety Bonds: •4* I take this means to acquaint you with my decision to broaden my services in the insurance field. In addition to the finest Life Insurance contracts available, I am now in position to write Fire, Automobile Liability and Property Damage, Accident, Health, Hospitalization and all other typesof Casualty Insurance, Fidelity and Surety Bonds. > I have been more than gratified with your response to, and appreciation of, my services in Life Insurance matters. Mgny clients, receivinga type of Life Insurance Service they have not had before, have asked if I could not sell them Fire Insurance, or Accident and Health, or Hospitalization. To this date J have had to say I could not. But I now have the Companies-1 count them the best-thatof- fer these protections and many more. From now on I shall be in position to say 'yes', no matter what your insurance needs may be. * It shall be my purpose to offer the best there is in Insur- , ancepf ALLkinds-To represent only those Companies of proved soundness, promptness and endurance-To so serve you that you will be happy to recommend my services to your friends and associates. Insurance is a vitally important necessity, and one of the things we MUST be sure about. REMEMBER: "If It Isn't SURE, It Isn't INSURANCE" R. L: (Dick) SHERRICK, Manager THE GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY with offices in First National Bank Building x Blytheville, Arkansas

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