The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 22, 1944 · Page 5
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SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1944 Opportunity For Trained Seamen Experienced Sailors May Become Officers In Merchant Marine "With military requirements pulling an unprecedented demand on mcrt'limu shipping the need for e.x- perienceil sengoing personnel for the United Stales Merchant Marine lins leached the highest point in hls- lory," O. 11. Edwards, WHO, St. 1/oiiis Enrolling Officer for Hie U. S. Maritime Service, stated today. "Men with 14 months experience at sea are eligible for officer training in the U. S. Maritime Service; 11 makes no difference when this experience was gained, nor whether it was on mcrchunl or naval vessels, the important fact is that men with the qualifying experience con- liicl Hie St. Louis Enrolling of/ice immediately that they can be trained and returned (o sea nt once again; this time as officers." U. S. Maritime Service officers an. trained nt Now London, C'onn., and Alamedii, Calif. Upon successful Tune In KLCN Today at 2:30 P. M. HEAR Mrs. T. D. WYNNE Speak in Behalf of Arkansas' U. S. Senator HAITI EW. CARAWAY Candidate for Re-election U.S. Senate f . Broadcast Over Arkansas Network Luxora Society—Personal I.U.YOKA HOOK CJ.UB KN'IERTAtNEl) Mra. John 'Iluveatt entertained (lie members of Hie Luxora ISooli Club mid guest, Mrs. I,un Williams nt n dinner Tuesday night. The guests sealed al small tables centered with an arrangement of colorful flowers, were served n Iwo course dinner. 'Mrs. Lcm T. Stanford, president, presided over ti business session before Mrs. Handle 'V. Nichols, program leader, Introduced Miss Inez Klncald; County Home demonstrator ol -South Mississippi County, who gave a 'discussion on, "Post-Wai- changes Perlnlnlug to Rural Communities." BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,)] COURLEB NEWS was: presented guest high l>rlw. Mrs. Hires served an attractive Summer salad ulsUc with Iced lea, Miss Mitrllm Kntc Urj(mi, cif Memphis Ls spending a two weeks vncn'.lon lieie with licr parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. U. c. Bryant. Over the week-end, Miss Bryant Ims us guests, Miss Virginia'Allen of Water Valley and Memphis, and LJeu- tcnnm Hotel Wngttmtiii, of IKig- erstown, Maryland, who Is an Instructor at the Mlllingtoii, Tenn., Naval base. Mrs. Maxlne Brown Mcllaney, accomjjHiilcil by Mr. nncl Mrs. Jamo.s Driver, of Osceola, Is vi\- catlonifig-sit Slloam Springs, Ark. Mr.; and Mrs. Lnn Williams have as their house guest tills week, Mrs. Williams' skier; Mrs. Curl Ynrbro, of Kcnnelt, Mo. Mrs. it. T, liallew lett Monday for a three weeks visit with her sister-in-law, Mrs. L. 'G. McMillan, and Mr. McMillan, of Flint, .Mr. nnd Mrs. Kenneth Vinos, <ui,l daughter, Kay, of El Dorado, Ark , hnve returned home after Mis. Llllltui Froetir rclimiejl llils wci'k from u two mouths stuy » l Shiwsjiort, la., to be wllh hd' sistoi'-ln-liuv, Mrs. J. 1, Mltflln, Mr. nuil jus. \V. 1). ynncey anil dnughtvT, Miss Mary »Hss incpy, Invvo rolunieit (o (heir lionie nt Murlamia, Ark., ullci- u vlsli with Mrs. Yaiiccy's mother, Mrs. Louis 5|)anii. Pfc. J, Kockcmlcrfcr, nnd Mrs. KcK'lirildi.'rfcr wore guests over Ilic woekeiwl of Mrs. Koclicmlrrfcr's sistiT, Mrs. R, 1). Ebeixlts, uiid Mr. Ebenlts, of Memplils . WKS!,VAN GUILD MKKTS - Mrs, A. B. Rozellc and 'Mrs. John Ford were co-hostesses al lhc;,.i.-u',..m \.'""'".^" """ lv: '""•< " nozeilo home on Highway 120 .on }.„,.„"' *'"• V'"cs parents, .Mr. Wednesday evening when 18 iiiem-! I 1 --" "" i - .. Wl " L ^ as - lll "l "«' «'»- bers of tile Weslyn Guild were present. The program topic, "Missions In Africa" was discussed by Mrs. R. W. Nichols. Mrs. Hays Qoivan, of Memphis, was a guest. At th c conclusion o[ the program .•Hid business discussions, Hie lios- tcyses served an ice course. IIKIUGE LUNCHEON Mrs. s. J. Smith entertained two tables of guests at a bridge luncheon Wednesday. Mrs. Byron O. Wilkins was a luncheon guest. High score prize was made by Mrs. Elliott Williams, and consolation, Mrs. C. B. Wood. BRIDGE BHEAKFAST An interesting parly of the week was a bridge-breakfast given 'Iliuraday morning by Mrs. Grover C. Driver for the members of her bridge club and guest, Miss'Pran- ces Reid Bowen, who assisted la serving^ Ice dtomato juice to tlie members seated on the Summer IKjrch before they were Invited Into the living room to be seated at small tables for breakfast. Mrs. H. M. Irwln had high score, and Mrs. S. J. Smltli, consolatioi Each received defense stamps. — '... UHI-HO, tutu 111:1 rii.-i- 'tor, Mis. Harry ^Stanford nnd fiim- i Mrs. ntiby Beasley, ol Lexington, Tcmi., is. (|, c guest of her sister, Mrs. E. s. Moffitt, nnd lam- Mr, and Mrs. Oils Frnzicr nnd .children, O r ^'cst Memplils, Mr. BJirt Mrs. Edgar Lynch and famllv, I of Memphis, Mr. nnd Mrs A j Lynch and family, of Flint. Mich and Mr. :md Mrs. lorn CnllLs aiiri son, ot lllghuiwer, were present al a family reiitilon dinner al (he home of their mother. Mrs Walter Lynch on Sunday during their recent visit, here, S. J. BiiiHh was In Hot Spring ths week attending (l, e Arkiinsas- MUsouri Ginncis convcnltoa Mr and Mrs. Grant Collar, sons t'tanl, jr., and Jerry, left Sumlny for a visit with relatives at 1'ara- Sould. ENTERTAINS OSCEOLA BRIUGK CLUB Mrs. Joe Hires entertained on Thursday afternoon members of her Osceola bridge club, Mrs. Claud Perrin, Mrs. Sallie B. Hook, Mrs. Ed Quinn, Mrs. Dwlght Blaekwood, Mrs. Louie Walters, Mrs. Jop Hale, Mrs. John Edrington, Miss Blanche Cleere, Mrs. Sue Mason, and guests,' Mrs. Arthur Bowen, Mrs. VV. E. Hunt, Mrs. Charles Sullengcr, Mrs. Dean, Mrs. Ray Madden, and Mrs. Bettye Nell Starr. Summer garden flowers were used in the rooms thrown open to the four tables of guests. Mrs. R. .C. Bryan made club high score, and Mrs. Hook, consolation. Mrs. Hunt completion of the training and commissioning each officer Is provided with a well paying position \\n the engine department or oh the bridge of a merchant vessel. Edwards concluded by stating. "There are many trained seamen now ashore; every one of these men-is needed to supply the many fronts we now have, nnd those we soon will have. By return- Ing to sea these 'ex-seamen can do the finest patriotic service possible for their country." ALTERATIONS! Come to Hudson's for alterations of all kinds. We have three expert seamstresses on duty at oil times. UDSON Cleaner—Tailor—Clothier WHISKEY On Hand At ALL TIMES MARTIN'S WHISKEY STORES 112 W. Main 420 W. Ash Brandy and Rum SALE! FIFTHS for $3 (Usually Sell For Up To S.SO) ARKANSAS GRAPE WINE 40c PER BOTTLE FARM LOANS —No commissions to pay on the highest per acre farm loans available in Northeast Arkansas or Southeast Missouri. COMPARE OUR SERVICE NOBLE GILL AGENCY "Complete Insurance Service" GLENCOE BLDG. PHONE 313V iie Clnrk vs. Fuy Cliirk; Tnitllc Blilirr vs. Elwl Sllidoi-; Jesnle'I/' iloblnson vs. Hiuielillo iioblnson, Stewart Sl * Wttrt VS ' '" Five Ask For Divorces A slowing down tn the divorce business, which 1ms been boomlnit (11 this county, llils your, wus cvi- denctd this week with Die filing of only five divorces, • Tlinsp ivlio (lied were: .'Rlclmrcl llouslon vs, Ilo.sste Houston; Lo- S^/Sv^.^^S.^.J NOTICE In yesterday's paper f liutl un nil In which I staled Ihc things 1 wiis lil- levcslcd In. If you missed tl'ml iiclrU will yuu K<U lh;it p«i><>r, mid [cad it CQrefully, for those things nfTceled you vltnlly— U' VOU 1)11) NOT NOT KKAl) IT CAHKFUIA.Y, will you rend It again. Many tlmnks,; Julian James Candidate For Congress "We need changes hi Congress — Ves, \vc. dii," Insulate Your Attic. with BALSAM WOOL FILL YOUR COAL BIN NOW! J E.G. Robinson Lbr. Co Bake «* Better '\ Pastries 7 With Shibloy's Best Flour. .. This fine flour ACTUALLY REQUIRES LESS SHORTENING! ANEWGOVERNORNEEDS A NEW LIEUTENANT! Bob Baker Says: "Hello In my m.uiy friends over (lie stale ,UM| (hank you for flic kindnesses shown us in our campaign . . . DON'T forjcl lo vole 'or my Had." Lee Baker Is Against The Brand of Politics That Is Mow in Power! Here Is Why He x , Deserves Your Vote: The Political Gang's Last Vestige Of Power Lies in the Hopes of Continuing My Opponent As President of the Senate! ' Elect Baker and You Kick Gang Rule Out of Arkansas' State Capitol The incumbent is a fine man but must go because of his political obligations and thc NECESSITY for HARMONY in the new Administration. The People's Choice A LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR I owe no man] My sole oWI-' ffatfon and campaign promise Is lo feed anil clolhc my cnm- patgn mnnnger until he Lt- comcs of age. LEE BAKER of Lake Village 41 Years of Age Chlcol County Rcnrcsr.nlallvc Three Terms Depuly I'roscculingr AUorncjr Six Years Stale I,»nd Use Coinmillco Six Years Cba.lrman— LcKisIalivc Committee on inlcrslalc Co-operation Member— ' ^ Council of Stale Governments Free OF OLD POLITICAL AFFILIATIONS AND OBLIGATIONS DO YOU KNOW . . . Tint I.cc Rake Democrats? Ill ill C b Negroes votlnjr lul l.ce Raker was clcclcd by llic Arkansns General Assembly lo represent our Jcci.vl.ilurc efore Ihc Council of Stale Governments? TJi,it I.cc Raker Introduced anil passed our present Antl-Hureaucracy Law? That be Is one ot our Stales' Ripbls leaders and has n postwar plan (or our returning soldiers that rus received much favorable KDITOHIAI/ tOMillEiVT by irrany Southern newspapers. In- eluding ih c Arkansas Gazelle, Ihc Arkansas Democrat, thc Shreveporl Times, and othtrs? IMPORTANT The nomination of r.ec linker will keep his opponcnl iroin further (ampcrlnr with your choke ot governor and senator In Uie run-off primary. ELECT LEE BAKER LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR AND FREE ARKANSAS OF GANG POLITICS POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT PAID FOR BY LEE BAKER —Polllical Advertisement * * * The People Are Demanding \,-l BEN LANEY for GOVERNOR because he has pledged a constructive, nonpolitical administration for Arkansas and HIS WORD IS GOOD! ECONOMY IN GOVERNMENT BUN I,ANI';V .slamls mi record for ill] lux reduction, possible which will not impair Slalu Lweriirrtent services! w™ VETERANS — llANKY " H " former rcrvfcc'tnnn will rchiibililitlioii of our service niun nnd : vvomcn, LABOR-. MANAGEMENT HKN l.ANUY Ijclicvt-H Uuif complete co-operation can he iiminliiincd hiMwceu holli Krotips if problenm sire solved hy n uiuliial sense of fairness. He will pro- k-cl labor's rijrlils mid H(ivan(!ij;cs. FARM-TO-MARKET ROADS— HKN LANKY is pleduetl lo it pro^rum of farm-to- niai-kct road •coiiHlniclion regardless of political,.expediency. EXPANDED LIVESTOCK PROGRAM— HKN I.ANKY As a runner iind lives-lock ntlscr knows I he ncci'ssil.v for Slule iii<! in livestock disense eon- Irol. FLOOD CONTROL, SOIL CONSERVATION— HKN LANKY will work actively to conserve our rich' alluvial soil »K f 'msl erosion and floods. INDUSTRIAL EXPANSION— HKN LANKY will see to it Ilia I Arkansas' war Indus- fries are converted to peacetime use for our people. He will solve the emergency now existing in our schools. ',.' ;;1 ." EDUCATIONAL ADVANCEMENT- HKN LANKY will consislenlly work for a program thai provides adet|uale pay for our teachers and a full .school term. ENLARGED HEALTH PROGRAM— HKN LANKY will co-operate closely with our medical and licallh authorities lo safeguard thc health and welfare of our people. STATE INSTITUTIONS— HKN LANKY will free our educational, correclionnl and elmiios.vnary institutions from political . influence for your tax dollar. ' FREEDOM FROM POLITICS— HKN LANKY will not huild a new, or perpetuate the present Stale political machine. He will take State employes out of politics and the "big shot" politicians out of the stale's affairs.. :' // Ben Loncy Is the Kind of Man You've Always Wanted As Governor (and We Know He Is) Join thc Majority of Liberty-Loving People'Who Next Tuesday Will Work and Watch and JJrf . -• . V—J».l JM ' VOTE FOR The Man All Arkansas Wants For GOVERNOR I* * *j

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