The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 19, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 19, 1944
Page 2
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c'AGE TWO BLYTHBVIn:fa c: '(ABK.) NEWS May Lovelace Is Bride Of Willis Rou Ford Announcement was mgde today of the. marriage o{ Miss May Love- lice,, daughter Of Mr. and Mr?, son o( Mr ani} Mrs. E. H. Ford. The'marriage i\as solemnised June 24 in Osceola. The bride wore for wedding the 'wlille dress uniform of the United States Navy, ns she has been a member pi the yVAVES for the T ' n it r Trainee Recalls Escape From Death Over North Africa • >»' l ° WWd lls Nortl1 Afrlct111 "" nasl.H months. She now Is stationed ti.t•'MUllngton Naval Air Station, MUllngton, Tenn. Both,'the bride and groom• received their education In the public schools of BJsthevllle. where Mr. Rord RH? R jnember of the football '**>;{, temn. lauic The bridegroom received a med- Icnl • discharge fron) tile Coast died with gaping link wounds. Suddenly, the pilot cried out, "1 can't _ land her-. The gear's stuck.' The crew froze for a moment, then exploded Into action. They twisted at the locks pf the gear huge wrenches. They hammered at the legs of the huge ma- Chine. They got out a Jack and tried It, but nothing wcrkerj and the great 'plane staggered even Guafd a few weeks ago after having {erved three and a half years In that brancli of the service. glues. "We gotta do .something. This to' ' .. dy's going fast.' someone yelled. Staff Sgt. John O. Rohm, loo tuiret ... v. - w ~.».. bl . W i v ,,i, H V .,,,, C , jfe Luirofc gunner, MOW an Air Crew now is eniployed a( the Crane-La-'Trainee -at, the UAAF—imbncMcd ne v ;Lumber> Company in Osceolo. ' Iiis chute and let it drop to ihe For the present-, Mr, Pprd and I "our of the plane, his biide will make their home with "rm goln' to get that B cnr down his parents a( 502 Lumerate Street. 1( it's the last thing i eve. do h" yelled. Then .he crawled down into the cold air of the bomb bay, dur.g- M»g precariously there as h2 wrenched desperately at the complicated mechanism of the lanriins apparatus. Suddenly, Jiisl ns the strain almost, became too much for him, the big gear, slowly moved, then moved down Into landing position. Son Is Born Monday Carp, and Mre. glnier Cole RII- nnomice the birth of a son Monday at Walls Hospital The ba.t)y, their first" child^ has been named n>r- rest. Wayne, (n honor of Mrs. Cple-'s brother, who now Is stationed jn the southwest Pacific.. Mrs, cole 1^ \he former Miss Sfan(Iel.d. , ' * Club Members Entertained Mrs $tevens Jr, vvhq of John Crosskpo, city Mrs, M'ldred flendon, Osceola S{ Joseph's Ifosnjtai " in Jim Wheeler, Wilson Memphis Methodist Hospital Adrnitfed— >•< Mrs Gilbert Lynch, Osceola. > r Meetings There" will be a special meeting of Chlckasawba Lodge No 134, p. & A M, tomorrow night, 7:30 o'clock, it the hall The third degree will be conferred, it was announced by, Qe.ittry, v.o.rsWplul master. The Gift Shop ud Antlqw oilti " COSMETIC? / BABY GIFTS OrteUnf KoveMts r«r BIdf. MOSS BRYAN ! MARGARET'S i IN •, ! ] Phew 2532 fi Sew The crew let out the kind of eheer that only men who have raced death nnd siin'ivcd can loose. Then eager hands reached down ( »to the bomb bay and hauled Rotmi hnck Into the- safety of the plane, rranbllng and exhausted, he IN) , groijp and three guests, Mrs W. D. I i Biggs, Mrs R. A. McClendon. and Mis- Andrew Heniiin?, last U'ght at her home on West Main Summer Jowers were arranged In the Jfylng roorn where bridge was, plajed during the evening ' Iced jdfinks • weie, served during ithe games,'Rnd a dessert course al 'the conclusion of the evening ) High score pr!j!e was wan by Mrs, J Mell Bfooks Jf, and second high by Mrs Richard Bland Logan J r . Compliments Houseguest Miss Mary SUB Daniels of Little Rock, houseguest of Miss Katherlno Westbrpojc, was complimented Monday afternoon when her hostess entertained nine guests with a theater pqrty The girls attended the matinee at the J^itz, when they saw, "In Our Time' 5 ) »nd later went to the drug store ^Tor refreshments Club, Guests Entertained The presence of two guests, both former members of the olub, added -special (interest to the party given last night for members of the Double G Club when Mrs John B Lippitt entertained at (he lioine^of her parents, Mr. ani) Mrs, A E Huntley, on. ChieKas S v.b.a Avenue. Guests i^ere Mrs B>n Peath of Fort^ ^Sumter, N; M , and Mrs Kayana^gh Francis of P(ne Bluff, both houseguests of their parents Mr an<( Mrs, 'fom A LitUe, • Bridge was pjayed during (he evening, \Ulh high, score prize won by Miss Marj' Spain Usrey and secoiu fiy Vfs. Lippltt. ^ A >salad Bourse w4s served. At the HoipftaU Blytheyllle Hospital Dismissed— Mrs t diyde B. Rossen, Osceola. Mrs'. H. O. Curtis, Luxora Robert Stbvall, Osceola. Wmona Brown, Uachville. f Walls Hospital Admitted- Mrs. O. G. Anderson, city Robbie Gill, Dell H I, Baldrldge, cltv Dismissed— Mrs. H. B. Webb, Steele, Mo , Mrs E O Scott, Steele Mo. "Memphis Baptist Hospital ns he felt tiie B-25 the hot runway of the Bits of News Mostly; personal Mrs. Carolyn Gordon ol las Angeles, Calif., iiccompnnled by her nieces, Greta Lynn and Ella Janet Holt of Tallulali, La., have arrived for a IQ-dr.y -vlsM,' with relatives here. Mrs. Gordon is the guest of her brother, Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Holt, while the children are visil- His War's Over Berlin radio reports death in action oC Japan's Vice Admiral Kiichi Hnsegawn, above, lie may have been killed in fighting around Saipan Island, where Nips also lost Vice Admiral Chnichi Nagumo, who command- ,eil Jap forces that attacked 1 Pearl Harhor. Bake Better Pastries With Shibley's Best Flour... This fine flour ACTUALLY REQUIRES LESS SHORTENING! hojnt field. "I thought the folks were Going to collect my Insurance that time," he grinned weakly as Jils buddies clustered nbout lilm. "Well, if i have.anything to say about It, you're going to collect the Distinguished Plying Cross," his pilot promised, wiping a still-clammy forehead with Ills handkerchief. Ami he forthwith recommended nolmr for (he medal. "1 haven't gotten It yet," soys ihe non-com; "but I've been told it wont be long now." This wasn't Hohm's only close call (hiring hi s 13 months In Af- c.i, Sicily ami Italy, however, vou can't go O n 50 missions without having some close scrapes. ''H'ivs prtlcnlarly tough In Africa, he admits. "Our outfit was .0 close to the enemy that often we wen), out on a bombing mission and were back In 45 minutes Why once vye snt around the field and watched a battle going on Just two mils awa v from us. When you're tint close, jerry's on the alert all the Um 0 ami he's yot n hot recep- • lion for Over." Rohm did all jalnst the Qern ever. He hns one "probable" to his credit and Ills efficiency and co'nr- ase In action was such that this 28-year-old fighter from PHts- wirgh, pa., wears lh c Air Medal with eight " his breast. you whenever you come right for Ijlmself lan Air Force, how- .Oak Leaf Clusters on morning for Memphis, where Mrs 0forge entered Baptist Hospital for a goiter operation which the will undergo tomorrow morning. Another daughter, Mrs, Fred SaU Iba, Etnl Mr. Sallfca, will go (low tomorrow morning i 9 be with her. M|ss Nancy Earle Aprey and Miss Hilllly Jane Abrey, daughters ft fl W. Abrey of Boston, are spending three weeks In ulytlievlllo and Os- ccoln with relatives. In Blylhcville they are the »nests of. their grand- mollier. Mrs. Joe S. Oillahunly anj Inmlly. * i Mrs. Rene George and son, Enip.« liene, spent the weekend In Ulllc nock with PHvato Ocorg'e who is stationed there at Camp Robinson, staff Sergt. nud Mrs. Bnrl Stabler left Saturday for points. In To Hold Revival WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1944 Florida where they 'will 'siwnd „ 15-day furlough. Mrs. Stabler Ls the former Miss Tliclmn Cook Mrs. Victor Stlhvell and children Gaylin Sue and victor Tiny, left yesterday afternoon for Memphis, where they will visit Mrs. A H Wallace and her sister, Mrs ln| s As soon as I can begin my train- Ing and get It over with, I'll add n few more ribbons to my blouse " he asserts with bravado. ."I'm KO- back," luir Mr. nnd Mrs. Holt and anollicr aunt, Mrs. J. L. Ncwsom. Mrs. Mike Meroney returned Sim- day frnm WAlmil. Miss., where she spent several days with friends. Mrs.,Pred Flecmnii, Miss Marguerite Matthews nnd Dr. W. M. Owen left yesterday morning lo spend several Onys vacation In the Dairies. Miss Dorothy Ryjcc, who Is working in Memphis, spent the weekend liere wllh her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Rylee. Japies Westbrook, son ot Mr. and Mrs. J.' T. Westbrook, left Simdtiy mornhijj for Ccdnr Valley On'mn, near Hardy, where lie' Is.spcndine the week. Miss Alary Sue DniileJs will return to licr home Thursday after a 10- day visit here with Miss Kalhcrinc \Veslbrook aijtl Ijer parents, Mr. nnd Mrs., J. T. Westbrook. Miss Wcst- bitoqk, wjll go to Little Hock with Miss Daniels for n 10-dny visit with her. Clautle F. Cooper has returned from Little Rock where he spent Severn! days attending to business. Mrs. M. George and her daughter, Miss Edythe George, Icfi this Visitors Here First To Join Virginia Legion Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tyree of Richmond, Va., who now are visiting here ns guests of her'parents Mr nntl Mrs. J. J. Shlpp,'are the first husband wife combination who served ,' in World War II to • '" • ••• ii«4i\» *v«i 11 iy join the Amerlcnn Legion In Vlr- glnln IxiBlonnaire Edward Tyree Is a native of lilehmom! find received his medical disclose from the Army Air Corps on January 28. ' '"'' «' lre . |« the former Miss ' , ,. r ss O eda Sliipp of Blythevlllc and sp'rv- , the Rev. Harold C. Thompson who will begin a revival tomorrow nlghl at thc.Ekran Church of the Naxnrenc. seven miles west of Bly- theylllc. '•• Formerly a pastor of the church at Ekron, and ut West Helena, A;-!'., the Rev. Mr. Thompson entered the evangelistic field of .service last October, since which time he has conducted 15 meetings In his home'dis- trict of ArkaiKn's. - The revival at the Ekron.churcl will continue for 10 days. CAltH OF THANKS We express . our grateful appreciation to our friends and relatives for their kindness and sympathy. for their many helpful services, and for their beautiful (lornl tributes to our loved one, Rena Miller Tom Miller ' Mrs, T. L. Cnssldy mid family. each of the three counts on which he was grodcd. These Included "Interest and Attitude," "Cooperation nnd Mechanical Ability", and "Dally Progress." His fjnal grade for the entire course was 95. nri i.i iun' Ii^V."'".';?' "•-•".'" "vi y- Mr. O'Neall, a resident of Cine }Ll ,11 J^ A ? l " H " r « ce l vl nB Her Blllf f Before he moved lo Bur- hononiblc qisclMirgo In September, dette, has been employed at the i BAAP as an aircraft propeller me- Propeller Mechanic Is G/ven High Rating Robert, M. O'NctiU of Burdetle, a civilian employee nt the BAAP made ii perfect score on his fipni examination of a course recently completed by l,lm at the Hamilton Sjtnmlnvd Propellers Service School "Westerly, R, i.. 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Hale For Prosecuting I Attorney Qualified and Experienced Variety Store To Be Opened Here This Fall Proof Dial Blylheville is recognized as. a desirable business location Ls the choice of this city for n new variety store,- to be oencd here In (he Fall. to Blylhcville ihls week In ih c Interest of the anllciated .oenlnf of (he store is J. C. McMahan of Memphis, who will-lie co-owner of the business with L. c. Rogers of Earle, Mr. McMahan will net as nwnager of Die new store. The variety store will he located ni the Alfoid building at 307-30!) West Main -street, whlcli will undergo remodeling pud repairs be- Continnoiu Show* Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 ;'. .(.LISTEN TO KLCN ».m. 'l2:« p.m. 4:W t Wednesday Thursday and Friday Paramount News and Kplcrleil Shorls SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, arc remembered always. Our llowcrs are always fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to please. Lei onr expert designers help yon with your floral needs. f^FLOWERSHOP F.T.D. Service We Dcllwr Anywhere Fli- 191 Mrs. J. M. (Mae) Williams, owner Glencoe Do You Want To Sell Your Property or Business?—If So LIST IT WITH US FOR SALE! TOM LITTLE REALTY CO. Phone 861 Eddie I). JfcyM, S»l« m an . We Have Buyers Wolilnj; For Invcslmenls. ROXY M»tlnf« B»t. A Son. Only Opens each 'nlsht 6:45; starts 1 Opetuj BnncUy 1:00; Bt»rU 1:15 Conttnaonj Shows But. »n* Bun. B*rf«lo Nljht Every NJrbt Exeey( Bitardaj. No pute* honored on SPBtif K 1 the " Last Time Today Uncensored wllh Eric Portimn and Calvcrl Selected Short Subjecls. Thursday and Friday • j*'-* Private Buekaroo willi llic Andrews Sisters and -i, - JP.' ctt Forau t Selected ^Short Subjects lore the store's opening In about two months. Mr. McMalian lias .worked ns salesman and supervisor In several .stores In Arkaiuas, employed by Uutlcr Brothers of St. Louts, which sponsors the National Chain of Independently 6wncd Hen Franklin Btores. 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