The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 23, 1944 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 23, 1944
Page 3
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, NOVEMIiEK 23, Public Can Aid Postoffice By Mailing Early Public response to the Post ot- | ce•Department's "Shop Now I Mull in November" campaign | s good but needs to be better, according to Postmaster General Frank c tVnlkcr. • , "Extraordinary wartime conditions face us,' Mr. Wnllt'cr' said; Unless more people buy arid' mall "Is month the Postal service cannot do. Us job or delivering nil Christmas gifts on time. . * 'H:ls not- pleasing to us to have to nstMho American people to mail Appetiiing! Energising! FUVOR mm „ m _______ "Good as their name" IJLYTHI.JVILU^ ^OUiUKU. NKWS DOPE BUCKET NEWS TKlCKLES With the battle for the Philippines doflhllcly ttikine shape In fn packages so far In advance of the delivery date. We do so only because It hns to bo done. The Job Is a tremendous one, but we nre confident that It \yill be doiie becnuse ii;e know from experience thai Riven solmd reasons Americans co- operalc magnlfleently. "Unprecedented sliortages of man power and transportation faellitlc" growing oiit of the war early n.nllh.g. T |, e p os(ftl [ l'" s Slven 50,000 experienced 3mm r n n Ul ,° nrme(l r °'-^ ™ J00,000 railroad workeis hnve none o war. Equally serious Is u'e^fat t at'rail and other transport fn' ' Uc re.(axed to ; the limit will, m '' le "' of AETNA E. H. FORD, 20C Ly LIFE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. Representative ' vor of the Allies, news Is beginning to trickle 'back; Information Involving iUytlieville boys. One of the very first (o hind with the Invading army was Lieut' Lloyd (Teal') Wise, former niytho- vllle Chick star linesman nnd lalsr nl the University of Alabama. Will- J»g to his parents. Mr. mid Mrs U V. Wise, "Toar" snld Ihnl thln«s were pretty hut for n while and was ho Kind lo see the .American n ir [orcel ... lie related hw lie and ills wave had Just reached the bench when n Jnp jilnne ivns shot down In Humes , about 100 yards overhead, . . Among the many' other interesting Ihlngs Lloyil sneaked in a word or two about the Philip ' He said they were the 'American girls pine girls . . smaller than very pretty, and unusually while • . . "In fact, as f write this now one who looks much like Dorothy Lnmour is passing in review". So It's Hide jwdndcr ho ended the letter just it few words la'ler. . :!is current 'address is Co. P 532 E B, & SK, APO 72, % PM, Snn Praiu Cisco,. Calif. PLAVS I;E,V»1\G ROLK mother hi delull (he'jrarl his ship played in liial nll-hnportiiiH job ,,'. "It was lols of Inn 'sending Jnps where they belong-on'' the bottom of the sen" was'his cnusllo comment. . . ODD—An odd feature of Mils sen buttle: Ens. Dick I/Wii wrote Ills wife, the former Miss Sarah Ixiii MCCiilchcn, of (tiu bit; push, lidding Unit his destroyer hud . participated In every Pacific siiicc July. . . During his letter In mentioned of fighting' side; by slik another destroyer and giivo tin name. . , H was the'dcsli'oyer.whtcl Hugh Nelson Is n nicinbei', . . COOK —William Paul McMahon writes hi: wife, the toriner Miss Jensle Dinkens of Holm, Mo., that It Sure wn: good to be oh term flvma.neahi. , A TS: Corporal, Paul Is « cook nni alsp ( ,wns In on (he Plilllpjilno assault,.,; He said (lint tilings line cooled, oil considerably but still was a rather hot spot, . . It wns hk Very good pleasure lo see Anicricai planes blnsl Jap Zeros nnd olliei Japs Mistreated Natives On Leyto, Soldier Writes 1'Vom "Somewhere in (he Philippines," Corp. Clernld K. Stubbs ro:enlly wrote, his mint, M r , s . j. M Tii.vKir, something of conditions at lie round (horn ou ix-yle Islmul where he now Is with mi eii|>liiei>r- aircraft out of tile sky There werc so ninny I losl' track of ,,, k number. . . H wns cocci hnnllng foi the crack American sharp shooters.' PATHS CHOSS AOA1N' .' ' 'I'lic pnths of Hilly Mcliarg iiml Mayllcld (Sonny) l.loyil hnvc crossed .nynlit tn ihe vast Piicll\c. . . Some time HBO the two lo'qal, boys who played basketball and' fdolbnll together-id the"local'hlgli school bumped Into cuch other nl u .show cm one of the Islands, believed to Imvc been (he Marslmlls. . '. .They were scnarntcd later and. in llu< meantime Dllly 'iit6i)ucd' a. biilkl, recovered and went linck Into battle lo. again get niched ... Now In the ranks once more Billy nets n second thrill or meeting' his old '•• —' '-•• - - -• ' ipj^ »> , class on n dc.strpyer, xvns in tho ' , thick' of the invasion and told his . . meeting .place probably was Guam Place Your Order For A This Weekend! BEEF ROAST OLEO BUTTER SAUSAGE PORK ROAST CHILI BEEF ROAST ••^^m se Prices Effective TOMATO JUICES 29 RAISINS SORGHUM TURNIPS * .Heavy 'Wood -t.n - I CRANBERRIES PECANS ENGLISH WALNUTS GRAPEFRUIT CELERY SCOTT TISSUE ,„„ 18 Pkg. Pkg. Texas Pink Meat Each Large Stalk Each 1* with green tops Bunch Lbs. Big Green Heads Lb. YEILOW ONIONS 3 CABBAGE APPIES TURNIPS Stork's Delicious Pound Bulk Pound 12 Plenty of Parking Space In Lot Back Of Store CITY SUPER MARKET J. K. Sanders, Mgr. 109-1] 1 West Main J.D.Lunsford, Mtoi M 9 r. i»i; Imtlnlkm. "I'm well .-., fur, but, I wonder how Ions m stay Hint way. I've had n few ('lose culls by bomln, nnd bullets since I arrived here, Yon should hiuv r,cen ihc I'ooc people wi> fvci'il ' from Ihe J;i[>s. They were hungry and hnd no clothes to weur. us Ihe Jnps Imd nmde them wort; for nothliii; nnil would rot pay them or «lvu llicm ulolhcs or fond. "1 rt'nlly Ilko here ivV&l- lifter limn most places I've hern so fur but It'll be a lot better "'(('hc'ii we kill or run nil (lie Jnp,v out of ore.' 1 Oversells for almost three yours, Corporal Stnbbx formerly lived In Hlj'thevllle, where lie ntteiided Neptune's Certificate Sent Home By Seaman ."Thl); is to certify that Milton Harlpy Klnney, U. S, Nnvy, WHS duly Inducted Into Uiu nolcinn mysteries of the Ancient Order'of the Deej) uiler hnvlni! crossed the ei|iinl.')i'. siRiied Diwy Junes, Ills Mcjesly's Scribe, in/ Ncplmie »ex KiikT of the Haglnjt Miiln." Ko reads Ihe curd recently scm by ^r|•. Klnney, n semnnu first tlnss In the Navy nnd now Ma- lloncd hi New Clulnca, lo his pnr- enls, Mr. mid Mrs. C. n Klnney of iicni- Blylhovlllc.' Mr. Klnney has had tunny ex- cltln? uxpeileuce during ill's .six ttionlhs'iservice in (he 1'uclflc wnv where Sonny was l;nown to h'nvc Jeeu stationed . . . SOUVENIR HUNTGK-whcn Ueiit, I,. O. 1UI- •)c 1'clc) Thompson gets buck frbm Germany he will have u Mock of souvenirs to show ... lie lias been dlng ninny articles lukon from Germans In tlio march Into the Hclch. . . COMPLETES TnAlNINO —U won't be lony before another nember of the Sylvester iPonl Moseys will bo liikhin cracks at the enemy In u H-n. . . i,i cu t. n\ m ms completed his training as a co- illot and <pilte likely is on foreign soil right, now. . . Lieut, lleis-chell who completed :!l missions over Oermany, Is an Instructor nl the Tnmpa (Flu.) Army Air Field. Dr. J. L Guard Optometrist Of Guard's Jev/elry 209 W. Main ifoa'0t'£tt>pp Try Our "Own Made" ICE SiiEAM Ola Hickory fnr Across I'rnm Ili K h School Save 50^ On TRUSSES" S!cel and Elastic STEWART'S Drug Store "Iain & Lake Phone 2822 F. B. JOYNER SERVICE STATION Corner Ash ,fc Second S(s. (Formerly Tom Jackson Scv. SI.r) ESSO GAS & OILS WASH-GREASE TIRE REPAIR - Call 2«U For Service bill ,ei)iftj) 8 ||,e hi Whig was during . u, e ICO( , lH balllo o( Ihe Phlllp),ino« Sea, when his rhlp wns attacked by Jnpnncw (live bombers. His K ,n, clw Wfts ereilhed with Khoolhif down nt leaM one bonibef. ivhlcli /Innlly fell nut more than w feet from h| s u|), A Ki-adiintc of Closm.ll 6 t |,6ol Mr. Klnney wns cnirnitod in (ann- ln« prior to enlerlni; Die N n NOTICE 70 PROPEkTY * , b« ruining yoor propert* check-up without cost or obliKmtJoi," XAT8, MICE AND BOACH TOH GUARANTEED WORK Here Are A Few MORE This Merchondise Will Be On Sale Saturday Hunter's Carbide Lights . 1.35 Pre-war Mop Sticks ,.,*.... 59c Plastic Clothes-Pins, Doz. . 40c Rustless Padlocks .. 59c & 75c All Metal, Rubber Tire • BABY CARRIAGES 18.50 High Quality POCKET KNIVES 90c to 1.75 Flashlight Batteries,.each . ,10c ':'10-Qt.--;Galv. Pails ...,, 59 C \ vParlbr Brdoms '. • 1,25 ,19" Metal Tool Boxes .... 2.95 726 W. Main Incorporated Phone 575 The Golden Brown Loaf Enriched with Vitamin B-l and Energy For Victory. Your Grocer has it FRESH every day! Youi" Grocer Has Them! You, will •,„ «,. nex , HOURS Weekdays-Open 9:30; Close 6:15 Saturdays-Open 9:30; Close 9:30 CLOSED ALL DAY SUNDAY Hart's Bakery^ • • ' ^ . ^^B - *» BlytheYllle Owned, Employing BlytheYille >wp/« * .,". ' < i * < *f

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