The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 14, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 14, 1944
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, BLYTJ1BVILLB (AUK.), fiOURlKK NEWS t 'l Pern/scot Men Fighting On Many Fronts CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., June H—Lleut.-Col. Charles L. Cone, son of Mrs. Anna Cone of tills city, ,J;jis been placed in command of a ™i:eavy bombardment group of the U. S. Army Air Forces al Grand Island, Nebr. Col. Cone entered the air forces about 10 years ago as buck private, and has worked his way up through the ranks. Tech. Seryt. R. B. Culver, Jr., son of 11. li. Culver, Sr., of Carutlicrs- vlllc, and husband of Mrs. Beth Wilks Culver of Memphis, has been reported a prisoner of German forces, in Romania, relatives were advised. Scigl. Culver, enijiiicer- Kunnei 1 on a Liberator B-24. based In Italy, was reported missing after a mission over Romania on April 24th. Mis. A. Litton hns received word thai a son, Pvt. Lowell M. Litton is in a hospital in Italy recovering from wounds suffered in actioi May 24. The letter was written bj a soldier friend who stated thai Lowell's glasses were broken in the action, and that Lowell could not sec without them well enough to write. Lowell was stationed at An ?.io Beach with an artillery unit. .Another son of Mrs. Lttton, Ken Litton, sk l-c, U S. Navy, has re turned home on furlough afte spending 21 months in Alaska. He spent most of the month's fnrlougl vlsitiiif his mother here, and a sis tcr In Oklahoma. Pvt. Herman E, Pritchetl, son o O.sdar Prilchelt of this cily. will the 56th Evacuation Hospital, wa among the personnel commeiulc lor heroic work on the beach head. Under almost daily arlillcr lire, the hospital unit, whose nor mal capacity was 750 beds, handlei : 112Q patients in a single day, aiv as many as 100 opcrlions. Dunn flic first six weeks al Anzio. Hi Afirglcnl teams averaged SI opera Tions daily. G. Carey of this city, owner o the Stadium Theatre, has been ad vised thai his son, Bill, 29, fonnci ly reported missing in action, ha liecn now officially listed as dcai being lost in the Meditcrranea last November (luring a battle wnc a thousand U. S. soldiers were lo. on a single troopship. Young Cart was in the Navy. He was residin at Paris, Ark., when he cnlerc service, and is also survivqd by h wife and baby, Iwo brothers, an one sister. Capt. John,, B. England, p-5 Mustang fishier pilot, credite with seven German planes, ha been awarded the firsl, second ai third Oak Leaf Clusters to his Air Medal, capl. England, son of Mr and Mrs. H. B. England of Ca- rulhcrsvillc, has his plane named "You've Had It". Recently, on a mission over Germany, h c discovered a Ilak-tower, altacked and machine-gunned il Into,destruction. Marriage Licenses Marriage licenses Issued since May 30 through the local. office of the Mississippi county court clerk's office in the courthouse include the following: George Lee Richards nnd Miss Ella Mae Furcy, both of Cairo, TIL; Raymond Ballard Freeman and Mjss Louise Watkins Zimmerman, J»h of Cairo, 111.; Robert Thomas anil Miss Lenaris Garner, both of Carulliersvlllc.'Mo.; George William Flint and Mrs. Lucille Hamm, bolh of SI. Louis; Cheslcr Hudson of Elwood, Ind., and Mrs. Ethel Truce of West Frankfort, 111. Johnnie B. Willis and Mrs. Keba Louise Tucker, l»lh of Dyersburg, Tenn.; Norman Lcclbeltcr of Cairo, 111., and Miss Lcnora Taylor of Dan-' gola, ill.; 'George Watkins and Miss Lela Baker both of Ridgoloy, Tenn.; Kccsc Kelly of Covington, Tenn., and Miss Mary Evelyn McFall of Rockpoi t, Ind.; Graver Samuel Cutler and Miss Lovic Irene Yates, both of Elbridgc, Tenn.; Harvey A. Lynch and Mrs. Ella Mclzger, both of Bly- Iheville; Robert Eugene Baumgard- ncr of Lancaster, Ohio, and Miss 1'ayc Burks of Memphis. Ronald H. Geary of Zanesville, Ohio, and Miss Virgie Mac Abboll of Blylheville; O. F. Lawler Jr., of Holland, Mo., and Miss Helen Marie Tucker of Granite City, 111.; The Ship That Came Back V* «'^' '•>' V ^ . 'V'* f ',* .~ vr * v "^'. ^ ' >I?J/S./.,/<• -.' .-5-AuVi ',.,'iv D-Day at France's beachheads was a day of glory for the U. S. battleship Nevada. Left a blaring "• hulk l>y the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1011, us seen in top pholo, the big ship was ' salvaged. Lower photo shows the Nevada as, refitted and re-armed to even greater strength, sho ' went back into active service. Climax of her "second life" was great role she played in blastliiK path / for Allied invasion forces on Normandy peninsula. died thirty-seven nnd thlrly-lhreu hmidredlhs (33V.3W ucrcs, more ov less. Suld sull being an action of the United atates of America to condemn said land for the use and bciielll of Iho United Stales of America for use in connection with the establishment of Auxiliary Field No. 2. to lllytheville Army Airfield, Illy- thcvlllc, Arkansas, a military purpose vital lo the successful prosecution of the war, aiul It appearing to the court that the following named defendants, an Ullu'lv unknown heirs at law, lo-wlt: Kansas city Life Insurance Company, Kansas City, Missouri; J. M. Mutt, 'Jir> Ninth "B" Street, Poplar HHifl, Missouri; arc not Inhabitants of and arc nol fouiul within this District, and arc nonresidents of this Shite, and that they Imve not voluntarily entered their appearances herein, and thai personal service ti|wn said above- named defendants cannot be hud; niul II appearing lo the couri ihal MM,' persons, named heiolnbelow arc deceased, and thill the iwuuvi of their heirs, distributees, devises, leu- alecs, executors, administrators, creditors, and/or assigns are unknown, the names of wild deceased persons being as follows, lo-wlt: c. R. Davis, Manila, Arkansas; il Is hereby ordered that the above named mm-resldcnUs defendants nnd (hi! unknown heirs, distributees, devisees, legatees, executors, administrators, creditors, and/or assigns of tin, above named deceased person, ant ciu'li of them, appear, plead, answer, or demur to the said complaint filed by the pellltuucr, United stales of America, on or before Die 'J-llh day of Juno, 10-H, and hi delimit thereof Hint, the court will proceed to a hearing and adjudication uf suiil suit, and thai this order be published In a newspaper of gcnerul circulation In Mississippi County, Arkansas, once a week for four consecutive weeks. This If day of Muv, I9M. (is) Thonuis C. Trimble, Juclue. A true copy 1 certify, Onidy Miller, Clerk. By: Dixie N. Tollcsci'n, D. C. An Advertisement Addressed Buyers of BLACK MARKET Gasoline / // WJ ,, , W^v^rr '' V" Phillips production/of ifo^e^ gasoline > could fuel enouglfFlying Forts td'''drop 3,000 tons of bombs on the Invasion Coast" every day!^-' : - •" 'I Hermon Lawler of Holland, Mo., and Miss Wanda Jo Perry of Cooler, Mo.; William Leonard Rhodes of Whitewater, Mo., and Miss Mary Ella Harmon of Perkins, Mo.; Harvc Thomas Howard and Miss Odell Flowers, botli of Kennelt, Mo.; Clarence 1. Russell and Miss Vcrna Jordan, both of Sikeston, Mo.; Elmer Roy Jeffries of St. Louis, and Miss Norma Lee Price of Paducah, Ky.; John D. Yarbro and Miss LaWanda Evelyn Worf, both of Detroit, Mich. Thomas M. OarUsong of Belle, Mo., and Mrs. Clara Nelson Bcshears of Riplcy, Tenn.; Raymond Steen of Indianapolis, Ind., and Miss Sylvia Acup of Glenallcn, Mo.; R. Frank Tucker and Mrs. Bessie Smith, )»th of Dyersburg, Tenn.; Audie E. Mosby and Miss Lucille Jones, both of Manila; Minus Brackctl and Mrs. Myrtle Collin. bolh of Paducah, Ky.; Scibert Greer Gov.a of Madison, 111., and Miss Juanita Dover of Carbondale, 111.; Edward L. Hubbard and Miss Jane Elizabeth Cook, both of i Dycrsburg, Tenn. | John A. Overholt of Webstci i '"'•rrives. Mo., and Miss Colleen Moore Holmes, of St. Louis; Robert F. En- I ternne of Hummel's Whard, Pa., ant Miss Frances Dudley Walker of Trumann, ArK.; L. D. Fronabargcr of McGec, Mo., and Mrs. Elizabeth L Martin of Essex, Mo.; William L. James of Mounds, 111., and Miss Lcta Mae Stonecipher of Tamms, 111.; Crcssic C. Dockery and Miss June Clara Hicks, both of Hayti, Mo.; Willie C. Trow and Miss Loretta Myers, both of Sikcston, Mo. Otlls Thornberry and Miss Elsie Slrohmcier, bolh of Waverly Hilis, Ky.; Joe H. Frazier and Miss Faye Glenn, both of Cooler, Mo.; 'Francis Gerald Christmas of Anchorage, Alaska, and Miss Loraine M. Ke- viatkowsM of Cliicago, 111.; John F. Fowler and Mrs. Cora Wright, both of Harrisburg, 111.; Herbert R. Lynn of Wardell, Mo., and Miss Martha Ellen Johnson of Peach Orchard, Mo.; Herbert Leo Cantrcll and Miss Editli Aline House, both of Murphysboro, Tenn. James Ellis Simmons nnd Miss Roberta Helm, botli of Paducah, Ky.; Carl H. Sandlin and Miss Jcnnu: Edwards, both of Anna, III.; Joe Martin and Miss Vcma Cooper, both of Portagcville, Mo.; James C. McKinley and Mrs. Ida Alexander, bolh of Kirkwood, Mo.; J. T. Williams of Manila, Ark., and Miss Juanita RHEUMATIC PAIN »«» not Sjtil roar my—Gil i[|ir II Now Don't ptit off getting C-2223 to re- lievo pain of muscular rheumatism and oilier rheumatic pains. Caution: Use only as directed. Firsl bottle purchase price back if not satisfied. COc and $1.00. Today, buy C-2223. BOWL for fun and hc.iHh! BILL'S and GEORGE'S BOWLING ALLEY 320 N. Second Nicholas of Benion Harbor, Mich.; William A. Iteckcr of Poinl Pleasant, Mo., and Miss Dorothy Kulli Thompson of Charleston, Mo.; Jack Vowell and Miss Elsie Ulllnn Wilson, both of Hlyllieville. Charles Louis Galley and Miss Lilllian May Parker, both of Metropolis, ill.; James W. Little of Sikcslon. Mo., and Miss Edith Matthews, of Chaffcc.-Mo.; Sam Duckworth and Mrs. Helen Vickers, Irath of Cariithcrsvllle, Mo.; F. H. Ivlc and Miss Dorothy Stone, both of Henderson, Ky.; Jewell L. Thompson of Campbell, Mo., and Miss Viola Belle Drew of Hayti. Mo.; Elvin Hosea and Miss Iva Conner, bolh of Whitewater, Mo.; Lesley M. Bates and Miss Lena Maude Wood, both of Huffman, Ark. Carl Smith and Miss Billlc June Gassier, both of Lcachville, Ark.; Orlando DeBello of Blylheville. and Miss Clcllia Aycrs of Caruthersvillc, Mo.; James Brunei- and Miss Myr- Uc Wagner, both of Blytheville; Boyd J. Rucld and Miss Ruth Crlcler, botli of Wardell, Mo.;-Billlc Jordan Maddux of Dyersburg. Tenn., and Miss Georgia Rogers .of Memphis; Manford Dean Moorman of Dyersburg, Tenn., and Miss Doris Jean Buikette of Memphis; .. Eugene Graves and Miss Anna Mac Drew, boll'- of Carbondale, III.; William Howard Eaton and Miss Gladys Marie Stephens, both of Bogala, Tenu.; William Mnsgravc and Miss Stella ifesc Craven, both of St. Louis; Eugene McDonald of Mercdosia, III. iml Miss Doris Kuss Winkle ol Bluff, 111.; Howard McDonald ami Miss Roberta Bruinback, botli of Meraiosia, III. OLIVER FARM EQUIPMENT Salts and Service HARRISON AUTO PARTS CO. 517 W. Ash Phone 2552 Kpring and Summer T U N £ - U P Save Gasoline . . . Save Tires. Get All-round Tietter Performance I T L SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrjuler Dealer Part* A Service 121 W. Aib Phone 2122 H You Wish to Sell Your GOVT. LOAN COTTON See LOY WELCH Over Palace Cafe niyUicrlllc, Ark. Tclerihoiic 2171 WELDING! * Acetylene Welding * Electric Welding * Cold Welding Dcil Equipment—Best Machinists—Best Work Delta Implements, Inc. Pressure exerted on a violtr bridge by four strings is around 33 pounds. 1 PROTECTS CHAFED SKIN ffe- 10ROLINE, 0 j WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY ^£1 In the United Stales Court, Eastern District of Arkansas, Joner.boro Division. United States of America, Petitioner, vs. No. J-iVB Civil, M7.3;! acres of laiul, more or less, aiUmlc. In Mississippi County, Slate of Arkansas; Rlley Dunkin, ct nl., Defendant.';. ORDUIl OP PUBLICATION. Upon application of the plnintllf, United Slates of America, duly vori- led, it appearing thai the United States of Amcricii has commenced in this Court a sull (o condemn nnd enforce a legal claim lo certain tracts of land lying and being sll- nute in Mississippi County, Arkansas, said lands being specifically described in plalntill's complaint as follows: Trad No. E. 1001. Tlic fractional south half (s!i) of Section Twenty (20), Township Fifteen (15) North, Range Nine (0) East of the Fiflh (5UD Principal Meridian', Mississippi County, Arkansas, less and except Lois Pour (4) and Five (5), and a parcel of land lying in the southeast corner containing five- tenths (0.5) acre and described us being one hundred live (105) feel north and south by two hunched ten (2101 feel east and west, containing in the aggregate, two. hundred ninety-seven and thirty-three hundrecllhs (297.33), more or less. Trri'cl'Jio. E.'i016>Thc northeast quarter (NE '/,) of the Northeast quarter (NE'/i) of Section Thirty (30),Township Fifteen (15) North, Range Nine (U) East of the Fiflh Principal (5lh) Meridian, Mississippi County, Arkansas, containing, In the aggregate, forty ((10.0) acres more or less. The combined acreage of these Iracts is three hun- Gosneil News Tlie Woman's Society or Christian Service of the Oosnell Mclho- dlsl Church tenterlalnccl Hie societies of Half Moon and Lone Oak. wlirn the district st'cri-tary, Mrs. Kncl/.cll, gave the devotional from the &5lh Psalm. Vlsltore Included Mr. ami Mrs. Knel/cll of Wllsnn. Hefreshments were served at I tic close of the meeting. The nexl mrcllni; will be held Wednesday afternoon. WE FIU, ALL DOCTORS' PRESCRIPTIONS AMI) HAVR TOD MONKS STEWART'S Drni St»r e PhoB* MM Men In Service •j*. Spencer Alexander, who has lien: H(,:jllonc(l al.'an Army post, in Newfoundland for the p' HO months HWv wears the stripes of a staff sergeant. H 0 recently notified wile, Mrs. Mary riorum Alexander t>f his latest promotion in a Ic^lci from the military oulimsl. Marcus Galuc.i, vvlm Is scrvini with the Nav v al Han Dlcjio, Cullf,. has tieen proinolcil to platoon wmi- mniider. Gasoline shortage on the Inline front is a gtini reality, anil gasoline rationing is our American system of sharing the available supplies fairly, in ac- conlamc witli car-owners' cuin- tiiil iiKiis. \Vliy is g.isolinc short? ; -. . Rc-rciul ihelicjicllincabovc. It is presented out ii\ boastful spirit, but in explanation of one of the vital military uses of the gasoline which you cannot purchase. Remember, Phillips is only one of many producers of 100- octane aviation i;;|soline, ofhu- tailictic for synthetic rubber, of various fuels for ships uiul tanks aiul combat cars. The petroleum raw materials which go into the littTiilly oceans of these military futh arc obviously not available for the manufacture of civilijri ' supplies of gasoline, 1 very liliitk Muriel purchase ' ruliius the .ilKuly greatly diminished pool of gasoline which must stimcc for our country's, ( tnnspotntion needs. 'I'liac is why no thinking, patri- / otic American will be 3. : Black liuytr. And without niacktuycrs i there can be no Black Markets. i So do your pitriotic p»rt to brcik the bhckMarket mg^so- i hue I'mlorsc every gisolmera- ? tion coupon in your possession. " Oon't any gisolme at t .my ptttc \Mtliouc giving up coupons And most important of .ill, uscthelcgalgasohneyou • buy for csscmul diivmg only., I'liiiui-s PimvoLiiuM COMPANV, llarilati/li, Qkl<K IW VICTORY; Buy more than before...5'"WAR LOAN NOW ON Exira Bond Today Commercial Classes In Shorthand-Bookkeeping-Typing MRS. L. M. BURNETT 1010 Ilearn Degree From Accredited College Phone 3270 Flour Distributor Wanted: To act as a Jobber or retailer for famous KANSAS SRAt, Family Flour, manufactured for over 5(1 years ))y Barton Counly Flour Mills of Great Bend, Kansas. Interested,only In an ar^rcssivc organization as a permanent distributor. Can .ship mixed cars containing 200 c\vt-s. of flour, -100 cwUs. MILLFKUD. Will \K williiis; to carry reasonable amount of advertising. For further information gel in touch with FRED H. DESENDORF, Kansas-City, Mo. 300 Victor linilctiiifr, Of All Kinds. BARKSDALE MFG. CO. lllylhcville, Ark. WALLPAPER Keg. Z2J(ic Now 15c 30c Light Fast Now 20c 3Co Washable Now 24c HEMILTONE (Soy Bean Paint) 2.40 gal. HYKLASS Crepsote White 2.50 gal. SOUTHLAND White 3.00 gal. DUTCH BOY White 3.50 gal. CERTAIN-TEED GREEN SLATE SHINGLES 167 Pound 4.50 square—210 Pound 5.50 square E.G. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. Friendly Building Scrvlco TION SALE June 16iti, 1944 EVERYTHING ON THE FARM! 36 HEAD OF WHITE FACE CATTLE John Deere Tractor on rubber, John Deere Corn and Cotton Planter, John Deere Cultivator Attachment, John Deere Flat Bottom Breaking Plow,Trcctor Double Disc Harrow,I.H.CTrac;tor Corregat- ed Double Roller, 2 Wagons, 1 Farm Trailer on rubber. Walking Cultivator, 2-row and 1-row John Deere Corn and Cotton Planters, John Deere Breaking Plow, Doubly Shovel, Single Shovel, 1-horse Turning Plows, 1-horse harrows, Drag Harrows. 1 Allis-Chalmers Combine Post Hole Diggers, Pond Scoop, Plow Gear, Cross Cut Saw, Hand Saw, Wrenches. I : 2 GOOD MULES Also 80 acres Crop in field Clear of Rent Inspect everything on the farm—Everything goes inducing a small amount of corn. f -Located 1 Mile South of Manila on Gravel Road- George 0. Yates, Manager Leo Swift, Auctioneer I < i ^ BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS *

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