The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 20, 1946 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Monday, May 20, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MAY 20,19-16 BLYTHEVILLE End of the Line for be or Just a Stopover? When Joe left home a year or two ago. he knew what he was going to do .after the war. He was coming home to Blytheville. He was going to take up his old job at the bakery, driving a truck, in the Store, or maybe he was going back to school. Right no\v Joe isn't sure. He's been around. He's seen things. He has' heard a lot about the good jobs in bigger cities. Places where he can use the new "service-taught skills he's learned. Places lie can work in, settle down and raise a family. Ye,t---cle.e\). in his heart, Joe doesn't want to leave Blytheville. This is Mm home, and he sort of likes the old town. Joe and all his buddies would rather 7-^grow with Blytheville if he can find a job here in Blytheville. ,* .-, ........ 700 Blyiheville Joes Need Work! :~> :•=• ," iv YOU, the employers of Biyiheville, and the surrounding community will benefit by providing jobs for them — by "holdi?iy our own cx-GI Joes" here us citizens. These veterans are skilled and reliable. They can meet situations — adapt them- ; selves readily. They are the type of men — and women — you can train prof ; itably to strengthen the weak spots in y our organization. They are energetic ; and eager to work for you and with you. They will serve as valuable aides in the competitive period ahead. The outlook for business is bright. Prepare now for the coming growth. HIRE : . VETERANS — from The UNITEDSTATESEMPLOYMENT SERVICE Phone 2881 118 South Second Street Mr. Employer: Place Your Manpower Needs With the United States Employment Service We Have Men Trained As: * Airplane Mechanics * Athletic Instructors * Auto Mechanics * Bakers i*r Body and Fendei "A" Bookkeepers "A" Cooks * Diesel Mechanics * Electricians * Farm Hands * General Office Clerks * Heavy Equipment Operators "A" Musicians "*• * Painters * * Parts Clerks * * Pipefitters "*• Men * Plumbers * "A" Po\ver Linemen 1^ * Radio Repairmen "A" * Hotel Clerks * * Hotel and Restaurant . * Managers * * Janitors * "*" Laborers * * Machinists * Retail Managers Rou lernen Sales Clerks Salesmen Sheet Metal Workers Statisticians Stock Clerks Felephone Linemen Truck Drivers jailers Warehousemen Welders Waitresses This "JOBS for YETS" Program Backed by Blytheville Veterans Advisory Committee This Advertisement Inserted and Paid For by the Following Patriotic Firms: City Super Market Phone 2668 109 East Main St. Arkansas Grocer Co. 505 305 West Ash Mississippi County Lumber Co. 1801 West Main St. Huffman Bros. Lumber Co, Phone 729 North Highway 61 T. I. Seay Motor Co. Phone 2122 121 East Main St. Delta Implements Inc. Phone 863 312 South Second St. Hubbard Furniture Co. Phone 409 401 W«*t Main St. The Crafton Co. Phone 559 South Railroad St. Charles S. Lemons Furniture Phone 2069 100 East Main St. Woods Drug Store Phone 507-508 221 West Main St. Hubbard Hardware Co. Phone 2015 213 West Main St. Hart's Bakery Don't Soy Bread—Soy Hart's Bread Henry's Grocery & Market Phone 2003 309 North Sixth Huddleston & Co. Phone 455 210 West Vine St.

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