The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 31, 1944 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 31, 1944
Page 3
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f, JULY 31, Models Uniform It Blythcvillc key Exchanged for Gl Togs liflodel (o a I is quite lirce ot the WACs at r Army Air Field look hcvcr been sorry they Kanner, for cxam- |r decision to give ti{) enter tlie Woman's las the wisest she ever llellng evening gowns T' she explains, "and brk very much. I was J to be used in sonic |ircs that were used in ...lio's book "How to I that recognition in- larnings consUlcrnbly. Id no Jecllng of being •myonc but myself, so Is WACs. That was in I been an airplane dis- lincc, H isn't glninor- •I like it and have the l)f reeling that I'm •Then, too, I like the Tit the WACs. They're 1:." It Mltzinnn, who inotl- l-b clothing at Macy's lied the WACs in 1043 It slant. 1 Public Relations Of- Is, "and am receiving l)cricnce as a news rc- Iwhcn I'm discharged, 111 my eggs in one uas- •iiii! isn't a very good § he Army has trained Ihe newspaper busi- llnrsill modeled sports Pittsburgh, Pa., de- c before slie entered !Umy Corps. Now, she laincd radio mechanic, Ihe Post Coimmmiea- BLYTI1KV1LLE ,(ARK.>; .CO.UB1BR .NEWS I entered the ccaitsc of my big was already in and Ilied overseas. 1 didn't Tiel ahead of me. She though. She's in North Id is a captain, so I ex- Ivc plenty to tell me li back. She'll have lo Ih when our radio gets land I get a chance to lat I can do." "Gosh. 1> linker around with lln'l trade my job for I model for nil the rice Aviation Cadet Godwin Gay has been classified i« pilot al tile cadet classification center at San Antonio, Texas, He is (lie son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gay of Blytheville. Corp, Henry F. Crnsc of Blytllc- vllle has been promoted to ' that grade (it the Infantry Replacement Training Center at Camp Hood, Texas, where lie is a member of the cadre aiding In the Instruction of new men in the infantry as they receive their basic training, lie is the. .son of Airs. Charles Percell of 210 West Rose, lilythevillc. Corp, Nordy H. Chilrtcrs, returning from TO months overseas with the antiaircraft artillery in the Southwest Pacific theater of operations, has arrived nt Fort De- vcns, Mass., prior to visiting his father, J. C. Chllder.s at lilylhe- Sergt. Arthur H. Wallace of Ulv- Ihcville is one of the army of Eighth AAK mechanics who liavc been keeping the bombers flying, paving the way for invasion. Wallace is assistant crew chief of a Hying Fortress. His wife, Mrs. liciince Wallace now makes her home in Memphis. Prior to enter- Ing the AAF in 194'.', Sergeant Wallace was auto service manager for lay Eich Chevrolet Company in fflytlicvillc, and received hts training at Kec.sler Field, Miss., and at the Lockheed-Vega plant in Urn-bank, Calif. Serai. Montell U. Meacham, son of Mrs. Sally N. Meacham of North 10 Street, Blytheville, has been promoted to that rank at the Infantry Replacement Training Center at Camp flood, Texas. Pvt. Marshall Blackard now is in Prance, according to information received by his wife, who, with their two children, is making her home in Blytheville. Private Blackard, whose mother, Mrs. Idell Blackard .also lives in Blylhcvillc, has been in service eight months, and has been overseas since May. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Fulgham of Blylhcvillc now have four stars in tliclr service flag, representing tlieir four sons now in active service o?' their country. M. H. Fulgham, c.c_s., has been with the Navy for the past 14 years, and now is on duty in the Pacific Scrgt. E. O. Pulgliam, in service for the past two years, is stationed overseas in the Atlantic war thcu- )eratures Higli . 03 . 07 . 88 . 89 . fll . nc . 80 . 91 . US . 8-1 . 89 . as . 80 . 84 . 34 . 00 .J01 . 5)0 . 91 . 91 . 05 . 09 . 99 . 82 Low 70 Ml Be 71 C5 70 B1 67 01 03 70 72 fig 75 7G 74 TO CIS 75 [ill 81 78 G7 73 |Now Has ; Figure 32 Ibs. 14 again" licldj, BrooHyrc |ly with A YDS i figure. [ may nr inay J; Imt Iry this Fitlt Ilex ! or money nly. You don't •ixHalocs, etc., •i ilown. Simple llcticious AVOS htfnrc mrali. | dayj' tut>p!y. 1'iione, wiite STOKES ies [With Shiblcy's ir... This fine Hour |.LY REQUIRES 10RTENJNGI ter. Lonnte Fulgliam Is witli the Navy, having reported to Wllllaimuurg, \'n., hist week, and Pvt. Joseph f,',. Fiilghnm evens up the score of Hit; Army and Navy, having served in the Army for the past three months, ill Cnmp l?obl»so!i, Ark. Kiel in rd n. Crawford, son of Mr. imd Mrs. Hardy Crawford ut Dell] recently was promoted to the rank of statf sergeant nt the Ijauiiiiburv;- Maxlon Army Air Base at Muxton, N. C., glider Insinuation of ilu> First Troop Carrier Command, wlierc he is stationed. Ills wife makes her home in Dell. Before cnlrrliiK (he Army, Staff Scigeinit Crawford was a foreman and licensed '.vel|;l«>r In the Dell Compress and Warehouse Company. He has a brother. Ptc. Hardy Crawford, In the infantry. Pfc. J. W. Russell, son of Mrs. Minnie J. linssell of Bljilicvlllc, who Is stationed nt Mtiroc Army All- Field, Muroc, Calif., jia.s ijcen awarded the good conduct mctlal for exemplarv behavior, cfficli'ncv and fidelity. When Tech. Seiut. Elmer liunri- himsen arrived with the u. 8. Army troops somewhere in (lie Smith p ; ,_ cilk, he became the third of the four service sons of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hundhausen of Tyler, Mo., to lake up all overseas post. The three other Hiindhausen service men arc Pvl. Freddie, who is with tlie infantry serving in England; Seaman 1-c William, who is al sea with Ihe Navy in the South Pacific; A-S Paul, who is in training at Farragul, Idaho. Sergeant Hundhausen enlisted in the Army in 1941 and is wilh the Air Corps. Burton L. Scttoon, stationed nt, Camp Kohter, Calif., has been promoted to the rank of Technician 3rd grade, according to announcement by Col. James W. Green, commanding officer. T-3 Settoon is the husband of Mrs. Bcauton I(. Sct- toon and the son of George Y. Bel- loon, both of Blytheville. He entered the Army in November, 1<M2 Pvt. Eugene Powell has been transferred from Cam]) Mc.Coy, to the Percy Jones General Hospital at Battle Creek, Mich., where he is lo be iu charge of the enlisted detachment mess hall. One of the Navy's youngest petty officers is n Blytheville lad named Charles Butler, who won his Navy HircTCWiuan wings and third class nillng rccenlly al U. S. Naval Air Station, Fort Laiidordale, Flu., upon completing lllght combat training In Grunnnan Avenger lorpcdo bomber planes. He is the son of Jerry C. liulbr of Honle 1. Jllyllu-villc. and is 17 years old. Petty Officer iiutler, whose official rating is "Aviation Ordiinncoman 3-c", was a stu- dcnl ut Ciosnell high school before he joined the Navy. He received his recruit (raining nt San Diego, Calif, Seaman 1-c Frank Jennings, Jr,, son of Mr. and Mrs, Frnuk Jen- iujs of Blytheville, recently has completed aviation ordnance school at Ihu Naval Air Technical Training Center, Norman, Okla., and now will be transferred lo a naval unit nfloal or to another shore station for further work and Instruction. Jennings enlisted In the Naval He- serve in January at Little Hock, He attended Blytheville lilyh school and prior lo his enlistment was manager ol a drug store. Pfc. Guy II. Urntlon of Blytheville recently was awarded (he Army good conduct medal at IBcrgstroni Field, the First Troop Carrier Command's crew replacement trnlnlng center at Austin, Texas, lie was cited as a Soldier whose eftlclency ha.s been high and whose conduct Is worthy of emulation. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew L. lirat- ton of 1707 Vine Street, Blythevillc. Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island City, N. Y. scd Itotller! l>cpsi-Cola Bottling" Co. of 1 BlytlicvilU Do You Want To Sell Your Property or Business? — If So LIST IT WITH US FOR SALE! TOM LITTLE REALTY CO 861 Kddie B. David, Salesman We Have Uujcrs WaKing For Investments. Have Equipment Fixed Now— PAY THIS FALL Have tractors and farm implements overhauled ami repaired NOW while parts can he secured and ow shops can do (he work • . . DON'T WAIT FOH THE HUSH SEASON. We'll take fall billing on the charges! Delta Implements, Inc. WHITE PETROLEUM JtLLY J.A. Mc'Mu!lin,79, Likes Daily Walk Despite His Age Ten years of taking his dally walk ot nboul a mile, In weather that nmny limes would keep a much younger man ul home, is the record ot J. A. MeMiiIHii, 19. Not 11 single day In the last year has Illness prevented his walking lo (lie Courier News for his paper. Only once illd ho fall to appear shortly after 3 o'clock for his paper, ami 11 heavy snow (lurry gave him good reason not to venture mil. Occasionally Mr. McMullin walks lo (own twice n day from his home on North Second, but confessed (lint these, dual trips wore a little llrlni! to one who is living Ids 80th your. Forty-eight of those years were spout In Mississippi Cmmly, where he spent the greater part of his time farmlnt!. lie also hauled l»j>s In (lie early days. In fact, Hint win his incentive to leave his home in Hiekiiwn, Ky,, lit 1888 for ho hud heard about the opportunities In this rich timber section. After llvu years working at Hie old Mllclicll Mill noiir Annorel. lie farmed at Number Nine, whldi in 1901 had only -10 IKTOS cleared, lie also farmed at Annorel anil Clear Lake before scltldii; at Ciosnell, where he farmed lor 18 years. Ili lirnltli forced him lo retire lo years ago. His Interest nniv Is centered on the war for he, like so many of his /ellcf.1' Americans, !ms a very special DON EDWARDS «>TAU nCTB, OOKONA, AND RKMINQ'TOrl an M. te« iminrr luleiesl In Us prouress. Hts youim- esl son, Bi-i'Bl. Jnmr.s A. MrMiillln Jr., is training lo bo a radio mini and Bimner iitonrd u bomber. Slu- (ioned at iteeslcr Field, Miss., Her- i;eanl McMulllii is c-:<peclli>u overseas orders soon. Wr. mid Mrs, McMtillln's oilier children Include three other sons, W. )). MrMtillln, inanacci' of (ho Kroner store here, 1'rcd ^icMullln mid Ix'on McMiillln of Memphis, mill four daughters, Mrs, Launi Clilsni mid Mrs. Aiinlo Morris of I'liikln, Mrs. Kiln I'crry of Memphis, • mid Mrs. Judy Lumber! of Hlylhcvllle. Ktta Courier i^cwi w»nt New Theatre Manila's finest Shows Nltfhtly 8:00 1'. M. Mutinous Saturday & Sunday Best Washed Air Cooling System iiiisl Time Tmlny 'SEE HERE PRIVATE HARGROVE" with Ihmiw Kecil l-'uy News iV Khorl Tuesday "SILENT PARTNER" with llirverly l.loyd ,v Wtllliuu lU-nry SliKIAl. * SHOUT PAGE THREK Luxor H Sportsmen Land Big Cutfhh In River l.UXOliA. July 31.-A «-pouild ! !!, m" S ail|shl '" ""•' Miss's- l|>|il lliver Thursday IK. ],; A. Jciiforii wim, with c. i*. Powell, mis block fishing mm i Mxmn _ me two men. both members of (lie Uisorii Blockhead club, com- pined of l.iixoni fishing entlimlasls, n ten <MKI B IH thrco smaller catfish. WINDOW GUARDS and METAL , WEATHERSTRIPPWG Now Available.' I'linnu MI f ar Estimate, E.G. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. FARM '0 LOANS 4% Present Loans Refinanced. Liberal Property Valuation. COMPARE OUR SERVICE NOBLE GILL AGENCY "Complete Insurance Service" GLENCOE BLDG. PHONE 3131 Checking Air Force Officers in Link Trainers The spirit that won the Army A I AIR FORCE OFFICER came in for his rouline. checkup niul was surprised to find a Wac in clmr S e of tlic Link Trainer. "Why, that's no work for n woman!" lie said. "I've been trained for il, sir," flic Wnc answered with a smile. "And it 1 can't do it, I don't belong in this man's Army." 'I his Wac spirit isn't just one of brag or pride in the Corps. It's n spirit of confidence. For the WAC hasn't been given jobs, il Ims won Ihc right lo do ihern. When the WAC was first organized, Ihere were only four jobs Ihe Army thought women could handle. But the WAC rolled up i[s sleeves nnd showed Ihe Army what women can do. Job by job, they demonstrated their aptitude, their earnestness, and courage. Anti the four jobs grew into 239.Today, wherever you find n Wnc on the job, you find n job well done. G.I. JOG says il. The Colonel says it. And the General says, "f wish we had a million more Wacs I" Winning recognition /• for gallant service ! r M ~" Sending combat orders /J \^ to bomber crews Good soldiers.. WOMENS ARM/ CORPS > /-OR FULL INFORMATION about the Women's Army Corps, go ioyoil ricarcsf U.S. Army Recruiting Station. Or mail the coupon Wou ARMY RECRUITING STATION 1'OST OH-'ICK IH1IMHNG

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