The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1942 · Page 5
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May 14, 1942

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1942 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.), COURIER NEWS PAGE FIV1 here with her grandmother, Mrs. Grace Jones and other relatives. Miss Mary Pounds, of Memphis, will spend next week end here with I her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Billie Pounds, coming especially to attend the graduation exercises. Mrs. Leyon Earls and daughter, who have spent the past few Lieut, Earls, returned home over the week end. Sam Fnimo, who is employed in fit. Louis, spent, last weok end months in San Francisco with 'here with his parents. Mr. und Mi's. Paul Frame. Miss Lorn lit- Tucker has returned to her home In Clifton, Tenn., after a visit here wllh Mrs. John R. KelU-y and family. Mr. rind Mrs. Beaumont Smith and son. Tommle Lee were in Brighton, Tenn., over the weok end where they attended graduation exercises. Mr. Smith's brother, Sam, was a member of the senior class, bond in a "Name the War" contest 'originated in response to President Roosevelt's request for a deiicrip- tlve, simplified title for the tattle against ,the Axis. , , MONTEREY, Gal. (UP)—The Monterey Herald offered a $25. war, Many Registrants Already Have Received Forms To Be Filled Out Occupational questionnaires to obtain information on civilian skills of registrants of the fu-st and second registrations who have not been inducted or enlisted in the armed forces will be mailed by Selective Service local boards not later then May 27, National Headquarters, Selective Service System, announced today. Questionnaires have already been mailed for the most part to men ' who registered un Feb. 1C in the third registration. Pointing out that the handling cf the occupational .questionnaires for men of the first and second registrations will be entirely separate from that of registrants of the third registration, National Headquarters' 1 said that the mailing would be from the Classification Record (Form 100) in each local board office and not from the List of Registrants (Form 3). This procedure is to be followed because many of the registrants of the first and second registrations have already been inducted or have enlisted in the armed forces, it _\vas said. Furthermore, National Headquarters pointed out, the local boards will add to the questionnaires when they are returned by the registrants the current local board classification of each registrant and whatever -information is available pertaining to his physical examination. When the occupational' questionnaires are returned to the local boards they will be checked for completeness , and accuracy and divided into various sections of which they are composed. One section will be sent to the Bureau of the Census, Washington, D. C., for the attention of the Population Division. Another section will be relayed to the proper United States Employment Office in the area in which the local board has puris- diction. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal OIL AND TURPENTINE INCLUDED AT NO EXTRA COST, . .WITH WARDS ••? Marproof Varnish Reduced 1 4&5LH *««•*, ! ^fi9wcM6i „ First Quality Roof Coating Cut-Priced • s j ^•*~— i * >i ^k^ 3ft^ ^ ifc«« ?&>••• MASTER PAINTERS HOUSE PAINT *«ar»: -& \\OVi** \\ VftA i A\ l f qua/to Others' Btst <U gal. in 5't Save'on Master Painters House Paint ... guaranteed equal to any nationally advertised house paint! Gives a tough, long-lasting film that resists ordinary wear 4 to 6 years! Gal. covers 450 sq. ft. 2 coats I Tough, clear var'msh for floors, furniture or woodwork! In gallons NOVV only.. f. .3.85 Save oh First Quality Color Varnish WARDS | ^t^Uj 99 Mrs. Reno Entertains Mrs. J. W. Reno was hostess to members of the Book Club of Steele at a party at her home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. L. E. v,Cooper, of Cooter, had charge of f}the program on "-Public Welfare." The club voted to send Mrs. .Robert Steele to Cape Girardeau this week as a representative of this club to the federated clubs convention. At the close of the evening a salad plate was served with iced drinks. Mrs. P. F. McCut- j chen is to be the next hostess of j the club. * * * Daughter Born An eight pound baby girl was born to 'Mr. and Mrs. Jack Byrd at the home in Steele May 5. The baby has been named Kay Louise. This is their third child and first •laughter. * * * Marvin McKinney, who resigned his position as mathematics instructor and girls' coach of Steele to accept a position at Welding Springs, Mo., in a defense plant, is spending several days at Cooter with his wife but will return to his work the latter part of the week. Among those from out of town who were here Sunday for the funeral of C. P. Howard were: Mrs. Edna Ryan, Pine Bluff, Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ryan and Mrs. Ready Holmes, of Memphis; Andrew Brigham, Mrs. Mary Folks. Mrs. Macie Settle, Luke Biggs and Joe Biggs all of Dover, Tenn.: Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Harrel and others of Hayti; the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Rankin of Portageville: J. A. Combs and son, Harold, of Fredericktown. Mo.: Cooper Mathies, who is with the U. 3. Army at Cheyenne, Wyo.; Muschell Hamra of Marshall. Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Horace Walpole and Mrs. Willie Travis, Mr. and Mrs. George McCloud and a large number of others from Blythevile; ML*, and Mrs. Ernest Long and Phillip Hamra and family and others from Caruthersville; Mr. and Mrs. Hfirry B. Howard and son of Bear Springs Tenn.; and Miss Reva McCann of Cape Girardeau. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gestring returned yesterday afternoon from St. Louis where they have been visiting relatives. Mrs. C. D. Martin is in Rochester. Minn., where she is under medical treatment at Mayo Brothers Clinic. Her niece and husband. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Goodman, of Blytheville, are with her. Mrs. L. V. Huey returned yesterday after several days' visit with her children in Detroit. Mrs. Muschell Hamra and daughter, Virginia, left last week for Marshall, Texas, where they were to visit Mr. 'Hamra but were called back to Steele Thusday by the death of Mrs. Hamra's father, C. P. Howard. Mrs. Hamra came here for a visit with them now. 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