The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 15, 1945 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 15, 1945
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•f, .y 1 ' j> \ -"'"' PAGE TWO BLYTIIEVILLE COURIER HI5WS 'MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 1945 Coming Events TUESDAY • • -Double Q Club meeting -with Miss Margaret Shaver. Mrs. Murray Smart entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. Paul Jobe. Bi-MonthJy Bridge Club meeting Vith Mrs. A. M. Butt. WEDNESDAY Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. O; W. McCutcben. 'Mrs. J. E. Stevenson Jr., entertaining A.D.O. Club. Mrs. W. J. Pollard entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club. Mission Study Course at First Presbyterian Church, 1:30 p. m. Central Word Parent T«noher Assoctatoin meeting at school, 3 1>. in., preceded by executive board meeting, 2:30 p. m, THURSDAY Thursday Luncheon Club meeting with Mrs, E.B. Gee. Mrs..'Henry Humphrey? cntfr- talnlng'Thursday.Contr-.; -' v :' . Thursday Night BrU4 meeting with Miss Jane MCACI.L:>'.S Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Mrs/J. C. Ellis entertaining Oc- tette Luncheon Club. Mrs Barry Wecdrmm and Mrs. Frcrt Smith entertaining Friendly Eight Club at Weedman home. FRIDAY Mrs. 'Chester Caldwell entertnin- . ing Chapter "If. ot. P. E. O., 2 p. m. Initial. Club meeting with Mrs. * Herman May. : Mri Robert Weedrnan entertaining G. N. B. Club. , Mrs. Ross Moore entertaining O N. B. Club. Mississippi County Council of Parents and Teachers will meet tit Yarbro School with registration at 9:30 a. m., program nt 10 a. m. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. Louis Lansky has returned from Toronto, Canada, where she spent, five weeks, having been called there by Ihc Illness ami death of' her mother, Mrs, H. Applcbaum. Love Knows No Handicap Miss Warren Is Hostess Miss Marjorie Warren was hostess to 12 members of the A.A.U.W. Saturday afternoon when she entertained at her borne for a business meeting. Plan* Tt«e made Tor nn of'silk Krcen print*, made from a process originated long ago by the Chinese, and now perfected to o degree where as many as 25 different colors can be used on a single print. /The exhibit, sponsored by the local club as a public project, will bf held late this week nt the USC building, with definite date to br announced later. Th e public Is Invited to attend. Following the business session Mrs. O. E. Quellmalz presented th program, discussing the history of these prints. Refreshment* were 1 -served byt-he hostess at' the close of- the program. • » i - - »• Celebrates 13th Bivtliday .Twelve of Margery Male's friends yesterday were her guests for nn afternoon of frolic sit the country home of her parents at BurdeU<- wfien she entertained in celebration of her 13th birthday. Games, horseback riding and visiting various farm scenes entertained the children throughout the afternoon.. • '„ Refreshments of birthday cake nnd iced drinks were served by the young-hostess, assisted by her mother, Mrs. G. A. Hale. \Irs. Hairy Wccdmnn and son, Kicky, accompanied by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. U Nichols and her sisters, Mrs. Gentry Sims and Miss Dorothy Nleholi, nil of Kelser, spent yesterday in Memphis with Mrs. Wccdmnn's brother, Seret. W. II. Nichols, who lias been a patient nt Kennedy Clen- eral Hospital for the past eight months. He wns transferred last night from Kennedy to a government hospital nt Louisville, Ky., where he will undergo further -roatmcnt for a severe arm Injury, Mrs. Walter B. Bclslngcr Jr., hns returned from Memphis where she the euesL ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Sr. At present, she Is visiting Ucut. nnd Mrs. Donald H. Day nnd Mrs. George McLcod and family. 'Lieut L. C. Poscy Jr., who I* spending a 30-day leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Posey Sr., after a year's service overseas In the Tndla-Chlna-Burma war theater, left last night for a visit In Kentucky with friends before golilg to Detroit, for a visit with his sister Mrs. K. C. Quackenbnsh and Mr QiiQckenbush. Upon his return home he will be nccompanlcd by his sister Mtss Ruth Ends spent jrcsterda;, 'n Slkcston, Mo., with friends. Mrs. Carl W. Blythe and children ire visiting relatives here en rout' 'rom their home near San Diego ^alif,, lo Plney Point, Md,, where \lr. Blythe, chief torpcdoman in he Navy, has been transferred after Special Concert Of Sacred Music A/ill Be Offered A concert of sacred music will e given tonight, 8 o'clock, at the Firet Church of the Nazareuc by rnskell D. London, wto recently ccelved a medical discharge from he Navy In which he served as leutennnt. Mrs. London will serve is her husband's accompanist, and ils father, the Hcv. Holland Lon- lon, district superintendent of the Church of the Nazareno In Arkansas, also will be here for the con- :rt. Mr. London, prior to his induc- llon into service With Ihc Navy, I'a.t ' choir director of tlic First ;hurch of the Nnzarenc in Detroit, nnd has the degree of Doctor of Philosophy In music from Detroit University. Inimediately preceding his discharge he was director of pliystcnl education In several ol the large nnval bases in the West and Middle West. At present he is devoting his entire time to gospel singing, nnd will tonight relate Ills experience of the slivklnt; of his ship at sea. Tlie service will he held in the lower floor of the Armory Build- Ing, temporary meeting place for members of the Church .if the Nazarcne during the erection of their new building. 1945 Income Tax Primer . You May File Withholding Receipt For Taxes But Can You Afford To Pass Up Form 1040? Here is the third .of 10 authoritative, easy to -follow' articles : tcllinB the wage-earning taxpayer how to prepare his Income tax return. Headers stoulci clip' and save each Installment of the series. By S. BURTON HEATH NEA Staff Writer The new arrangement by which the Treasury will figure your income ' tax Is misunderstood by seme taxpayers, who think tnnt they no longer are required to file any return or to pay any tax beyond what withheld from In n Chicago hospital, Pvt. Thomat Lyoni and the former Bernice Clonck, bolh of Chicago, gaze happily at eacli other atler she !)•came Mrs. Lyons in a bedside wedding. IM. Lyons, wounded at, hns a broken back. ovcrnl years of active duty in tlir ~>nclflc; . ' Mrs. Frank Myers of Clay Cen- 'or, Karn., hns arrived for a vlsll vlth her parents, Mr. and Mm. W V. McNcVU. She came especially to •c with her father, who is rccuper- xting from a heart attack suffered =vst Monday. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Benish and Local Churches Sponsor Drive -or Attendance A "Go to Church" campaign for Blythevllle and surropnrtlrig torrl Pvt. Judd M. Hudson Is Wounded In Germany Pvt. Judd Mayo Hudson, former Washington county supervisor Tor •.lie P. S. A. before entering..the service, was seriously wounded li action in Germany on Dec. 10, according to n. message received b; his wife, who with their young son her ht MmmeSl AUtance.nnU will con- {" »"* "»» her Mher, J ', Af The Hospitals BtytheviUe Hospital Admitted: Mary Cane, Osceola. Lois Mosley, city. Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. L. T. Ellis, Rt: 3, city, B daughter this morning. Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. E. W. Williams, city, a. daughter yesterday morning. Born to Mr. and '>r -V C. Northern!, a son Saturdt- .Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dr.vid Logsdon, city, a son yesterday afternoon. Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. A. F. Evans, Stecle, Mo. •Mrs. Artie Btacey, Leachville. /Mrs. Marshall Blackard, city. » >lrs. C. O. Schcrer, city. .Born to Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bailey, Holland, Mo., a son this morning. Dismissed: Mrs. N. B. Young, city. Richard Lucas, Luxora. -J. H. Brees, Dell. Mrs. J. E. Parrish, city. ^Mrs. C. O. Thomas, city. iDorothy Autry, Holland, Mo. .Marvin Barnes,. Holland, Mo. •Patricia Helton, Caruthcrsvlllc, Mo. -Mrs. Roy Sheppard, city. -• Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: •Mrs. 8. B. Patton, city. .'Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: • Baker Springfield Jr., Osceola. ".' His Half-Dollars Eight 'BRAZIL, Ind. (DP)—Fred Jackson, farmer, saves every half-dollar he gets and uses the money to buy bonds. He carried 1,500 half dollars in a grain sack into a Iocs t&nk to pay for a $1,000 war bond Relief At Last For Your Cough -CreomuAsion relieves promptly because H soes right to the seat of tha I trouble to help loosen and expel • germ laden phlegm, and aid nature W soothe and heal raw, tender. Inflamed 'bronchial 'mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you > bottle of Oreoniulslon with the un' cterstanding you must like the Way It . quickly allays the cough or you ace ' to h»ve your money back.' CREOMULSION , for Coodn, Qwrt CoW»;8r<mchifii laughters, Jena nnd Hharon, have novcrt from 1UOO Hcnrn Street U -n apartment at 1511 Hearn fetrcet Master Sergt. and Mrs. Paul Da> ion and daughter, Mary Lou, who re living In North Little Rock whllr 'C is , stationed at Camp Robinson ri'ivert yesterday to spend tlicl' 1-dny furlough hero with relative.* 1 "hoy were -accompanied by Scret 'lack Knight, formerly of Blythe- •llle, who Is home on fnrlaugli fo- 'he-first Jlm'o. since leaving herr 'iltU Company "M" (or the Alen- 'Inns in 1WO. Sci-Rcnntr Knight now •Iso Is stationed at Camp Robinson. Mrs, H. L. Chambers nnd Dr, nnd Mrs. Paul I,. Tipton left todny for \ visit In Texas. Mrs. Chambers will he the Rucst (or several weeks of her daughter, Mrs. Ellis Snipes and f amlly, who arc living nt Bclton, Texas, while he Is stationed at Camp Hood, nnd Dr. nnd Mrs. Tipton will spend the remainder of the Wlntcf at Rockpoit, Texas. The Rev. nnd Mrs. Harvey T. Kldd nnd daughter, Carolyn, hnve as their guest for several weeks, Mrs. Kldd's mother, Mrs. E. J. Edwards of Blackburn, Mo. Mr. nnd Mrs, Kendall Berry nnd W. W. Shaver were among Blythe- vllle people who attended the funeral services held Friday afternoon in Manila for the late George E. Snider. Inuo through the coming 18 weeks, t was announce^ today by R. S. •Jalrd, president of the organization. The campaign Is nn effort to interest the public In genera! in church attendance and fo enlist •heir presence In the services of 'ho churches. Appropriate posters will bo on 'Isplay In store windows through- !iit the town, radio announcements -111 be made, news Items will np- "enr in the newspapers, tvnrt CM tickers will be available. It was •nnounccd. Members of the Alliance met this norning in the pastor's study of Ylrst Methodist Church lo com- iletc plans for the campaign. W. Johnson. Private Hudon and his -wife, th former Miss Ethel Johnson o Leachvillc, formerly lived In Pay cttevllle. Keeping Up With The Men In Service their wages. That Is not true. Every person or tax family whose income last year was as much as 5500 Is required to file a return Every person who earned less thai $500 last year, but froni whose wages tax was withheld, can reclaim that withholding only b; filing n return. And while the withholding' during 134-1 will cover the full tax o millions, other millions will have t' pay additional tax by March 15 Remember; the new wllhholdini rates, designed to keep evcrybod; with income under $5000 paid uj did not become effective unt January 1, too late to help yo with 1944 taxes. You do have to file a rctun For most of you it need not b the standard old Form 1040. may be the Withholding Reeelp given yon by your employer. Bi don't let the Ides of March pas vithoul filing one or the other. James B. Hubbard, son of Mr. ind Mrs. R. A. Hubbard of Cll West Ash, hns been promoted to the rank of private first class with he Marine Corps. Wounded July 3 at Saipon, Private Hubbard has been overseas rince Mny. • * • Jnmes A. Fruitier Jr., who volunteered for the Navy on Jan. 2, now Is taking his boot training at Qren Lakes, 111. The son of Mrs. Ncvlll Blakemore of Blythevllle, he is a nephew o Earl Sullivan of Blythevllle, reporter! as missing in action Elncc the sinking of the destroyer Monaghan. Corp. Charles Llpford of Lone Oak REASUKY COMPUTES TAX If 'your 1014 Income grossed less ian $5000, and all of it came from same credits and deductions, averaging 10 per cent of the average viagc In the bracket. It assumes crsonal service—wages, salary, that taxpayers earning vuMo 53000 onunlssion,.. tips, bonus, etc.—and rom interest and dividends; and not more than $100 was from ources that did not withhold In- ovne tax Against, 11, then you aro ntilled to file your Withholding Receipt as a return. ' Treasury agents will take your ncomc, exemptions, withholdings, nd from a. table they will nscer- uln. how much you osve Uncle iam, or how much he owes you. ! both you and your wife hnd.iif- x>me. the agents will determine vhether yon should file a joint •elurn or two Individual returns. and they will compute the tax on he cheaper basis. Prom the tax they decide that /mi owe, they will subtract the iVithholdings and also anything vou may have paid with estimates. They will send you' a bill for U)C balance due the Treasury, or a credit memorandum for anytliing due you. For those eligible to use it, this •,vill be the easy way to file. For many it will be also the least cosily way. But for some, it may prove to' be expensive. The table used by the Treasury workers can not determine your individual tax accurately. It is based nn averages. It groups incomes In brackets of $25 range up to $3000, p.nd in $50 brackets from $3000 to $5000. It assumes that every taxpayer in each bracket hns the never have more than five exemptions, but that those earning over $3000 may have as many as nine exemptions. Overall that Is fair, and often generous. But is it In your particular case Do you know? How do you know? Can you afford to file the Withholding Receipt with- f t out first determining how much smaller your tax might be if you used Form 1040? It is your legal privilege to check both methods and to use the one that will save you money. Form 1040 is not really simple, even yet. But in contrast with any year since I have been writing these articles, It is absurdly easy to prepare. Moreover, for the first lime in the memory of Mankind, some bright chap In the Treasury has written instructions that can be understood without a legal education. So don't let sad experiences in olher years frighten yon away from Form 10-10. It is to vour advantage nit to file the Withhold- Comrmmlty, now is in the Philip-' pines after 11 months service in Hew Guinea. He is with the 49th General Hospital and has been in service two and a half years. His brother, Paul Llpford, motor machinist's mate 3-e of the Navy, now Is stationed In France where he took part in the Invasion on D-day. Their parents live in Lone Oak Community. Snowy Slopes Miss Jean Speck In Contest For Maid Of Cotton Miss Jean Speck of Frenchman's Bayou is the second Mississippi County miss to enter the Maid of Cotton contest In Memphis, Miss Mary Carolyn Gwnltncy of Osceoln having been entered earlier this week. Daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Speck, Miss Speck Is n member of r. pioneer fnmily In Mcssissippl The American Red Cross is sending more thnn n million pounds of sonp, 31,000 denning brushes nnd 25,000 loolhbrushes lo Norway. SteHing To Present Award from Jaycees Lieut. Col. Howard' c. Stclllng, commanding officer at BlytheviHe Army Air Field, will present the I'ard offered by the Junior cham- :r of Commerce to the most out- anding young man of the corn- unity at the Founders Day ban- let to be held Wednesday nighl the Jaycee clubroom, it was nn- ounced todny bv Jnmes Smother- ion, president of the club. .This banquet and award will be he highlight of National Junior o' ommerce Week which is being ob crved this week. County, where her father Is owner of n large cotton plantation. »ine Bluff Woman Wins )AR Award For Poetry PINE BLUFF, Ark,, Jan. 15 (UP1 —Mrs. R, E. Klnman, of Pine Bluff, as won the DAR. Poetry contest '1th Its $100 cash prize. And now nother $100 for the best music to 6 with the winning lyrics. he organization says It will 6've LIFE'S Liule TROUBLES Unfeeling mother of Cuddles, 2'^-month-dld kangaroo in the Sacramento, C;Uif., zoo, losti-d he: out ol Die nnrtci nal nmich and lefi her lo slnll for hctselt. But Cudilles Is luiiMiy. having been inkcn nili> the home ol zoo director Anthony Spencer, Above, Mis. Spencer U:eds Hie warmly s\vc<ilrred taby. Snowy slopes—home and abroad. American tank destroyers i Bastogne area mvnil order to advance toward Germnn lines. Me: vill Barber has more pleasant prospects winning jumping championship of Bear Mountain Ski Club with neatly flawless leaps ot J ,. , . .133. ami 139 feet . . Out-Of-Town People Attend Houston Rites A large number of out-of to\yn :oplc attended the funeral sery- ccs yesterday afternoon for Emory ,-lorris Houston, 45. farmer of Dell, vim died Friday night of n heart ttack. Services were conducted at the Dell Baptist church, of which lie vas a deacon, Sunday School eachcr and a training union leader. Burial was at Elmwcod Cemetery. Among those attending were: Mr, and Mrs. J. A. Gurley, Mr. nnd (rs. *. B. Boven, Mr. and Mrs. iclmar Whaley, Mrs. Loyd Gurley, ITS. Harvey J. Gurley, all of Potts nmp, Miss.; Mrs: H. J. Gurley r,, and Wnrrnnt Officer Tom larrtin, Second Army, both of tcmpliis; Mr. and Mrs. Harbin Gill and daughter, of Joiner; the v. nrili Mrs. Curtis Downs, of Os'ceola; Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R. Bowen f Whitton; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Vhitaker, of Wilson. Miss Mnry Ann Huffman nn<? .liss Jean Crowe, both of Bragga- locio, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. E. Walace, of Keiser; Mrs. Kate Hallbrook of Holly Springs, Miss.; Mr and Mrs. J.ohn i«wis of Charles- .on, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. M., W. , of Paragould; Mr. and Mrs Floyd Kerbdugh of ScJiath, Mo. Services Held For Baby A daughter was dead when born Friday night to Mr. and Mrs James Wilcox of Luxorn. The bab' was to have been named Rosir Marie. Condition of the mother war satisfactory today. Funeral services and burial was Saturday afternoon at tiandy Ridgr Cemetery with Holt Funeral Home in charge. The baby was the first child of ing Receipt until you have at least tried Form 1040, to see if it might .save .you money. BRONCHIAL IRRITATIONS —of colds, ciuicUy, relieved by Penetro — Grmidinh's old-fiuio mutton Biict idea developed by modern science into i\ cxjuntor- irritnnt, vaporiziitKSalve.Qiiiy 25c, double supplv 35c. Get PENETRQ QA5E niCH IN J.UJTTOK SUfcT Office Training ihorthand, Bookkeeping and - Typing MRS. L. M. BURNETT [010 Heam Phorte 3270 Choose Your VALENTINES White stocks lomplcte! are new and Priced lOc to $1 The Gift Shop Modern & AntlqcR Gift) MOSS BRYAN • Mr -- „-, ,,... . Mrs. Wllcox, , HOW TO "KNOW" ASPIRIN Ju3t bo sure to ask for St. Joseph Aspirin. Tlicro'a nemo fnstcr, none stronger. ^Yhy pny more? World's largest scllorat 10^. DcirjandSt. JosephAspirln. Special mobile canteens, some presented by Americans, are being scd in Holland's liberated nreas. HE&D&CHE OputJine rclic¥es headache fast because it's liquid. Its Irr- Eicdicnls are already dissolved —all icady to begin casing th& pain. It also saothos rmve tension due lo the pain. Use Iyajdiicctcd.l0=,30c,60c. SLEEP- No need to lie in bed—toss— worry and fret because CONSTIPATION or GAS PRESSURE won't let you tlttp. Be sensible—get up—take a dash ot ; ADLER-I-KA to relieve the pressure of large intestines^on nerves and organs of the digestive hact. Adkrika assist-* old food waslts ind gas through a comfortable bo\vel movement so that bowels return to normal size and the discomforts of pressure slop. Before you know it, you are asleep. Morning finds you feeling clean — refrcsh'cd and ready for a good_day's worlt or fun. Caution, use only as directed. C«( Atlttikt horn Jtat jrmtt't Ift As It Relieves Miseries of CHILDREN'S Here's the modern treatment most young mothers now use to help relieve muscular soreness, congestion and irritation in upper bronchial lubes, and coughing from colds: You just rub Vicks VapoRub on throat, chest and back at bedtime, and right away, VapoRub... 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