The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 23, 1944 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 23, 1944
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, isi-i Bits of News Mostly. Personal - f 11 " M «. o. E. Glllenwater and children will leave tomorrow morning for Marlanna, where I hey will spenu the holidays with relatives. •Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Williams of Memphis will arrive tonight to be the. guests of her mother, Mrs J B. Crcok and family. Pfc. Bill Chamblln. who is attending Tulnnc University's Scliool of Medicine nt New Orleans, LSI., will arrive tomorrow niornliig for (lie holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. w. Dt Chiimbllh. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brogdon IMHI dailBhlcr, Gall, aiitf Mrs. Brog- aon's father, Raymond, will have as their guests for Christmas Dr. niul MIS. Aiitlnii- Saxc nnd daughter, Mrs. A. D, waters, all of Stuttgart, Ark. •Mr and Mrs. E. M. Regenold niul son, John Ed, will spend the holidays in Wilson with Mr. Rcgeiioltl's brother, S. A. neycnold and familyr Misses Kay Mcllivnlu and Ethel Goodner will spend Christmas In Helena with relatives BLYTHEVILLE COUIUEH NEWS 1902' To 'Our /Many i Personal and Customers We'd like to visit eacK and every one of you personally, to spread )he glad tidings of the season^but in-' stead we re-extending our.hearlfell' wishes through fhis message. .And' looking forward fo 1945,'we hope' jl brings you ihe realization of every' aspiration. ' f '• NIJ-WA fAl\DRY4lE4NERS PHONE 474 — BLYTHEVILLCARK. URGENTLY NEEDED NOW AT CAMDEN, ARKANSAS BY Winston, Hoglin, Missouri Volley and Sollitt (Prime Contractor*) GOOD PAY FREE TRANSPORTATION TO THE JOB Time and half for overtime. Food and lodging available on the job for workers at §1.20 per day. Excellent working conditions.. Help build this plant so vitally needed by our fighting forces. Hiring On The Spot and Free Transportation Furnished At Every UNITED STATES EMPLOYMENT SERVICE OFFICE IN ARKANSAS IT }••« »TC B«, CTptfrt hi ftcflTit? »t jam est * Hem wilder n end mta IS rnnsl h»re te«*e »«n» ridMd fcy •whkk KM k« •btolne* •! Oflt«c. Miss Hull) Ends letl (Ills nftcr- nooii for Uooncvllle. Ai'k., uliew she will Ue Hie BHfsl of her mother for n week, Miss Wnrren rosier Is £|iemllnt( Hie Christmas vneiitlon In Fort .Smith with rcliulv'es. 1 Judge iiml Mrs. liobmi Cirpen will spend the holidays iu Osccolix wltli relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wood anil daughter, Miss Nnucy Cdiroll Wood, will leave tomorrow morning fur Cnpe Ginn-cleiui, Mo., (t> sijon:! sev- crtil days with Mrs. Wood's sisters. Miss Julln I,lml>ir(l left this nf- tcrnoon .for a brief vlsil with reiii- tivos In Dcvmoll, Ark. Mr. anil Mre. K. D. lioull nnd sons; Tom nnd .John, of Mnrlon .ire spending the holidays iiore with Itei- I parents, Mr. aim Mrs. p. B Coo- Icy. A-C Godwin Gay will nvriv'o to- dny to visa his pnrenls, Mr., nnd Mrs. J. \y. Oay cinoutc lo nn nlr- IMd where lie n-lll take his linstc •••ntnlng. He 1ms boon stationed nl 1 Reno, Okln., for his ptlinniy (raining. Miss Betty urooks Isaacs spent toriny in Meinplils where she rtt- tended a luncheon at Hotel Pcauody Slven by Mrs. Jnmes Ooslioni Ji , honoring Miss Frances m-lgimco' of Mnrkcil ivcc, bvlitc-elcct of Lieut Qiniin Dyer LsiFnrRtie Jj'., of DC will, Ai-k. Miss Urliinncc S|\-i>t veral days here eaillei' In- (lie week as houscguest of Miss Isnaijs. Brycc Lnysnn, A.S.T.R.p. s(ud"ht, it University of Ai'liansns, Fayr (i - 'llle, hns arrived to spend Gin'Ist,- mas with Ills pnrcnts, Me. niul Mrs. . C. Layson and futnily Mr. and Mrs. Kii»enc ' Ulnckwell m;i two sons, of Louisville. Ky., re- •umed home Thursday nlyhi nftl-i- a week's vlsti. nt Annorel will) Mr Blnckirell's parents, Mr. and .Mrs . c. Blnckivcll. Mi's. EiiRenc Uozlcr, wlio has bi'u:\ nltiiig nn extended visit In Mttle Hock with her luisbanct's jiarents ins nmvcd [ 0 .spend a few days mil her parents. Mr. mid Mrs. II. : Blaekwell nt their homo at, Af- norrt. She plans lo leave late nest, week for Boston to join Mr. Dozlev electrician's mnte !-e in the Nn\-y who now is .stationed there Mr. nnd Mrs. Berry B. llrooks Jr., niul dnughtcr, Vlrqlnin Walton of Memuhis, nrrlved today to spend the holidays with Mrs, Crooks- mother, Mrs. Allen Wiilton. Miss Vorn Eli/nljelh Goo<lrich eft yesterday for GillJerlsv'illo, Ky >or a holiday visit with her slstir', Mrs. John Thomns mid Mr 'nioiii- 5. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ifarry Kirljy will ipend Christmns in Pnragould with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Fanner England avc as (heir micst for several <lays Mrs. Ent'land's .sister, Miss Nnncv Winbiirn of Arkndelphla, Ark. Misses Patricia and Carolyn •hlld. who are students nt Holy Angels Academy in Jonesboro. are spending the Christmns holidays here with ihcir parents, Dr. and Mrs. Fred ChiM and family. Mrs. L. ,M. Dtinn of Kilgore, Texas, arrived lierc Thursday to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. '<"• ""<""« ««• or his SS 1 S'wueeier and ' , Miss Vlrulnlu Wheeler, | N OR - Wiwll Is tlirouRh win, yesterday In Memphts where Arctic. for i Die n l .., s ln-y mot another driller. Mrs. n . leavli> B slwr | y f" • N " W1 « i, 1, Adli . 'v.i iiu-i «uuijiBi (uiiiKiaei, i\ns. K. leaving sho Adktns of Gulfport, Miss,, 1 who | West unite 1 ictuined homo with'tlieiiT'to be llieh' guest lhro!l«)i Hie holidays. Mr. and Mrs. A: u. !lcnry, : and diiiiBhlei', citlt-lt'hi, will spend (lie holidays In Walnut Hldge as guests of Mrs. Henry's 'parents, Mi', nnd Mrs. C. Holt. \Vlll:i Mae Johnson, daiitjhter ol Mr. and Mrs. .M. W. Tr'nnthiim, Is spending the holidays in SI. Louis and nupo, ill., with relatives. Mnjov nnd Mvs. O. J. Little have M ihelr niiosls,-'Mrs. Little's |>nr- (iits, Mr. and Mis. E. I). Itui-jcrr 'ol Uiaes City. Oiiesls-of the iJltles f«r (lie holidays nlso are -Mi'. iin<l Mrs. Ross Fuller of, AtiaiiUv 'on. Lieut, and Mrs. John minis will lenve tomorrow morning 1 for liean- iixmt, Texas, foi* a visit willi relatives thei'c befoiv ri'iwillin: to Camp Hood, Texns, where Lieutenant nm-ns Is being Irnnsfenetl froin Fort Knox, icy. While , here they have been the suesis of his mother, •Mrs. Jim Burns, niid his brother, liol) Burns and Mis, Burns. William Morse, who Is stationed in Little nock with thn Navy, has arrived to spcm( n brief leave here with his parents.'Mr. and-Mrs. By- foil Morse. . •' . ' Mis. A. .13. Witt of llalLs, Tenn, will arrive this weekend to spcW the Christmas holiilnys -vvllli, he diiiiBlilcr, Mrs. O.' V. Oiiws an; family. H'liere, s desk Arctic Santa forsakes Cold QfFarHorth SEATTLE, l)e<v 23. (UP) — The Santa Glaus of the Canadian Arctic hns retired. He's throiiijli flj'l»|: Christinas cheer through squiilihi' •(2-bcloiv-zcrd blizzards, and he'< heading, for the tropics. That's bad news Just four day before Christmas, , . , But li/i true. For one of Canada's mos' famous WHS!) pilots, and a vctenu of two world wars, Con Fm-rcll, 1m hung up his parka and muck-lucks pcjsibly for good. Farrell won the unofficial title, ol the "Snnla claus of the /irotlo" nf- ler n years of flying sick trappers serum, bullion, ninil, food dogs an<' fvelBht in and out of Edmonton Albertn. ... A route that took him over the vast MncKenzlc river basin to the shores of the Arctic Ocean. Invariably, several days before Dec. 25th rolled' around, Farrcll roared out of Edmonton In his-bnt- (crcd old plane with a last-minute load of ciujcrly-njvaitcd presents nnd mail for the Isolated settlers. Tlml's how he spent his Christmas days . . . huddled with' Ills fur-clad mechanic '«t the edge of s ' waiting -out' a some frozen lake,' some rozen lake, waiting -out' a howling blizzard ana tempcraluros as low as 72-bclojv, before takln;' Ami at IUIIB last the Santa of the Aictlcs will have the clwm-e lo Mieml Christmas with hh utirnc- live wlfu and theli' seven-year-old Flames Destroy House The four-room house owned by Jim Anderson, Neuro, wns destroy«1 by fire yesterday nficrnnnn Only the walls were led of tile house nt 111) West whei'e the owner lived, • Of Called Boon To Health MINNEAPOLIS, Dee. 2'4. (Ul')_ Thi! ciBiiri'l simitar may w>l on your Derrc.s. bill It nlso may leimlh- er. your life. A .survey by (lie Northwestern Mutual Life lusimiiit'e Company rc>- ivnls tluil the death rale IIUK rhni 2)1 lo 100 per cvnt nmoiiij heavy smokers in the 30 to M year aiie bracket. The report warns dm! anyone planning »u operation or having u tendency toward heaft disease, stom- aell nicer or Imii; cancer Is better oil without the hmd-to-itet tuns. In conclusion, (he Insiirmiro eom- puny's report soys thnt heavy smok- SiTSSr*!«=?SS'5« smokers. Head Courier News Want Ads. Unlike most, olhcr animal poisons , snake venohi has been found to be toxic to plnnt ))fe SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, ' properly dcsiuned, aro remembered :''! 1Ild °" T k la BWwtted Di'lji you with yoitr floral ncedj Our FLOWER SHOP t.T.V. Berrlc. W , Dttiia Anther. . 4»l Mri. 1. M. (MM) WUlUnu, .vn«, O l»nt«, Btdi. 401 C .. HR1STMAS—o season nnd gladness—tills year finds us vyoHung and striving to hasten the day ol complete Viclory. So, with memories alive with ' vivid recollections of Chrislmases past, our loromost wish is thai pence will prevail soon on earth. May your lamilies be happy and well and may your Yulehde players ilnKthfi swili retunvoi yoyr loved ones be answered. ,, ' ' ' —— . .... ,.—.., .. Wade Furnifu E spirit .-brChristmas is irTour hearts,"as our sreeting comes to say "Happy Yuletide"_to one, and ,al!1. . Wc_wish L we~could personally~come right inside your home, and share with you all the the good ^hingsjthis partjculdTJioliday brings. Jfiere fs noTnore gladsome time in alf the year than this-when the rustling of gay papers and the brightness of pretty ribbons-tantalizingly suggest the thrill each package's contents yvill provide. We hope that from the youngest member of your household--to the^eldest who have witnessed many a Christmas-thai every season's .wish will be grant- ed. And that when the New Year dawns'it too will bring fulfilfment of all your aspirations. '''••'•• All of Us Here at LIBERTY SUPER MARKET i —Speck, Red, Glenn, Gerald, Frances

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