The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 26, 1944 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 194-1 Americanism Week Will Be Observed Here Americanism wccx, a movement to keep America sale tot Americans, will be observed during the week or Nov.5 loll, It \vn5 announced Tues- ilny nt a meeting nt Dud cnson Post No. 24 of the American Legion held at the hut, with J. L. Terrell, commander, presiding. A membership drive will be conducted on Sunday afternoon, with all members invited to participate In lhe drive. The meeting Is called lor 1:30 o'clock, with workers to Bather at the hut for Instructions and routing. Cars will be provided ] for any who will volunteer for the drive, 'which is particularly urgent ' ut this time as Ihc assigned quota must be reached by Nov. 11. ' Open house will be observed nt the hut on Sunday, Nov. 5, for all cx- scrvicc men, when veterans of World War II are especially Invited to attend. The order of the activities for the day will be: registration, 10 a.m.; church, 11 a.m.; dinner, 12 noon. Following dinner a band concert will be given by (he Boy Scouts, and the' business session will begin at 1:30 o'clock in the afternoon, when competent speakers will be on hand, it was said. Announcement also was made Hint the local post obtained the second highest rating in the Department of Arkansas as the result of maintaining a well balanced, efficient Americanism and post activities pro- j gram as specified by the National Americanism committee. For this service the post has been awarded a Certificate of Meritorious Service by National Headquarters of the American Leglou. BLYTHEVILUMARK.) COIJUIBR NEWS Libertu Mr. i\i\i| Mrs, Uc'yil Hiii'dln nnd son, of Horn j/ike, Miss., were Hie weekend uucMa of her brother, 111- rain Meiulows unit Mrs. Meadows. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 0. Williams mid son, Billy, .s|vm Ilio weekend with relatives In Trenton, Tenn. Mrs. U. Gnrrull k'll Monday for Port. HI ley, Knus., lo visit lier son. Coi|>. Orvll Clnrrall, who will lenvo soon for overseas duly. Mrs. 11. K Mcudows Is III nl her homo. C6i-|), nnd Mre. Sanuicl S, llnlmes 'Airliner of Tomorrow' Is Shown At St. Louis ST. LOUIS. Oct. 2G. (UP) — A model ot the "airliner of tomorrow" has been presented to the public. It is Curliss-Wrighl's bid for supremacy in the short-haul commercial transport field. The plane is complete with paneled appointments and fluorescent lighting to rival the most luxurious Hollywood dream. The general manager of the St. Louis plant, Charles France, says that the 30-seat ship will go into production soon. It' should be on the market some time in 1945. The new plane is converted from the Army Commando transport. Only one like it was used commercially before the Army took over the plans. That one was sold to the British and transported precious supplies to the Allies during the siege of Malta. 'Pretty Soft' for Postwar Travelers Window Drapes Become , [Curtains, for Privac Baggage Stored Overhead • ' Reclining Scats Give Full-Length Sleeping Surface PAGE SEVKh f>< have returned lo l\ni Helming, On., lifter n visit wllli Mr. and Mrs. 1). I>. Holmes iiixl family. Mr. nnd Mrs. W, O. } lemon and family of Sleclo, Mo., spent Sunday with Mr. uurt Mrs. 11. L. Holmes. To Face Kidnap 't'riai Oct. n mi')— A NC- Bi'o housemaid, Hlcanur Smith hns been ordered held for irlnj oji n charge Hint she kidnaped n while Intunl to keep as her own child. The rulliiR came at Ihe conclusion of a Iwo-day hear.iuj of cvl- <leiic c against her, Including n. confession that she stole (our-months- old Robert Klnf from the homo wlii'i'o slic lind tjcen employed as a nurse maltl. 1,!^ use666 tui 'if dfrcelerf I'ollc 0 said she. had* stained th* babyV, skin dark bro*n, . 4 40,50,60! Need Pep?i Want to Feel Younger, More Vim? 1 ' J>D r<njl>!»riiefittiiulttl,i*oiu-out feell^Monyour ruicf Unri>l You fd*i Iwl uM. petiliss, low In Vl- tnllir, jolely tiriM'iw ("xtjr rarwuon, Oitrev Tonic Al nil <lrti|i' L.-.awuiu.raa^'Ci'i HUBBARD'S SPECIAL Bedroom Rod Oounei M«wi want •£* Folks forceti to travel these days in overcrowded Irains will find some satisfaction in the postwar promise of comforlablc railroading de luxe, pictured nuove. Photos nnd sliclches show some of the innovations the Pullman Company has now in experimental service. Photo at upper left shows new type car, with compartments for six passengers. At night, compartments nre converted into sleepers, with berths In three tiers, as shown in diagram, upper right. Cutaway sketch at lower left shows new "Threedex" commuter coach, with Iwo Same rooms al !ef.l on middle deck, <mr) stnir- ways leading to upper and lower seat decks. Baggage is stored under stairs. Diagram nl lower right shows new "day-nite" coach, which provides Pullman comfort at minimum cost. Baggage Is removed through chute, without interfering with disembarking passengers. Negro Seamen Guilty In Navy Yard Hearing •, SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 20 (UP) —Fifty Negro seamen accused of refusing to load ammunition ships at Mare Island Navy yard % hnve been found guilty by a court- martial board. They were found guilty either of munlty or or conduct prejudicial to good order and discipline. Specific Individual verdicts were not revealed Immediately. The board's findings were announced by Lieutenant Commander James p. Coaklcy, judge advocate at Uic 33-day mass trial. The Negro defendant all were survivors of Ihe great explosion al Port Chicago July 17lli when livo naval ammunition ships blew up, killing at least 323 persons, mostly naval and Const Guard personnel. Ol Antclo]ic <\FORT WAKKISN, Wyo. (UP) '— Annie, pet antelope or the Fort Wnrren soldiers, apparently !ms Ijcen instilled with the military atmosphere around the post. : She rcccnlly walked over uninvited lo Hie hniiel of a drill column, and ex- eculed maneuvers, along with the precision of a veteran. , . ' For Your Convenience! and (A 24-HOUR SERVICE on Dry Cleaning! This new service will be available upon request only— Please do not ask for 24 hour service except when necessary. Each garment in this rush service will receive the same careful handling our customers expect from Hudson's IN ASKING FOR 24 HOUR SERVICE, PLEASE BE SURE TO PICK UP YOUR CLEANING ON THE DATE AGREED UPON. HUDSON Cleaner-Taihr-Chthter "Better Cleaning Costs No More" for lour Beautiful Pieces ^ Dresser * Chest of Drawers 1'IIU-il wllh ivvlrn IIII-RI-, -ID-Inch, lirav.v, |(,, nmv (;|, ( ,. s | ,,f DnVwm, full 32-lncii . ronuil mlrrw, IK-lnrli 3-Pc. Modern Wafnut Finish Bedroom Suite Beautiful / 4-Piece SUITE Hot Exactly Like Picture While They Last B , , |v( , „,,„„.,..,. llcek cttct i s jj.i c . * Upholstered Bench AtlrMllvclj- (kslRiiud with comfortable * Largo Poster Bod Tull S lw .missive I'nstiT-tyim lied with full 1-lnrli posts. Stnrillly Imlll. U|ihuMi'lf[l seat. Hero's mi n|>|X!jilinx 'l-pioce lialroum .suitu ul ;i .sii low price ... cvuvy piece generously proportioned . '. . sUirtlily uonslriiclcd lliroiighont (.0 iissuvo your Umtiiii; HiiLisfitction. • Kvery piece i» jillniclivcly rinislicil in two-tone simulated' wiilnut. Hoc tliesc heiiutiftil suites tnihiy! 4-Picce Suite, White the} last, only 3~Pc. Bedroom Suile Full Size Walnut Finish CHAIRS and ROCKERS Occasional Chairs 12.95 to 69.95 Rockers Priced 5,95 to 49.95 Platform Rockers in All Colors and .stylc.s. Spring Filled Cushions In All Price Ranges Mattresses 50 Pound Cotton Mattress 6.95 55 Pound Plate Felt Mattress 9.95 60 Pound Isle of Paradise Mattress 14.95 Simmons White Knight Mattress 39.50 Serta 4-A Mattress 39.50 SPECIAL: Peerless Mattress and Box Spring Both for the low price of 34 95 9x12 Rugs (Our Leader) 3.95 9x12 Gold Seal Rugs 6.95 Cheap Felt Base Congoleum SOc sq yd Gold Seal and Armstrong Yd. Goods 65c sq yd Armstrong Inlaid Linoleum (Laid) 2,50 sq yd We ;I!KO have u fair selection of large size Armstrong rugs, 12x12 iiiul 12x16 al our OLD CEILING PRICES. We have a nice selection of SIMMONS COUCHES, with full spring construction, priced the same as before: $49.95, $59.95; $69.95, $79.95 A Nice Selection of Living Room Suites with Full Spring Construction .., PRICED RIGHT All Victory model living room suites and studio couches at reduced prices to clean them out. Make us a price . . . We want to sell them, ; We don't hare the best stock of merchandise we have ever had —far from it—but we believe we have the best selection you will find in this territory, and will ask you to try us when your local merchant doesn't have what you want. IF IT CAN BE HAD, WE CAN GET IT! Compare These Prices! Buy Only What Yuli Need Blythcvillc, Arkansas

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