The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1943 · Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1943 They'll Always Rencmber Attack On Pearl Harbor • ' (Contlnnfd from'Fatt 1) During the lour and a half hour raid, the babv bo> ' Butch" amus- cn himself lv Imitating (he Jap bombeit atid the return fuc of oui forces b> making a noise Kith his mouth, without kno»ing death and des'i notion was being spread His ilster, Mai) Jo tiled to se* all she cowla as s,he asked many questions •1 'e men not at horne when their firailles weie under attack at Pearl ! Ti >ilor were notified within a le* ri\s of their condition and flie ^ ivcs weie given news of their ' ^Imds who were'at sea Things it: Hawaii were not'so bad after ' bombing, maintained this Nmy v.'lfff- and she .'contended' .they, had cnod''» foca and tteie fairly comfortable. It wis in March of last jear t'i it Mis rulgham and children \ure able to leluin to the states and ItAvc.s only then that Mr. Ful pliam BOt to see his family—and only lor.a little while. . ,' . "You never-get us«dto: It but you accept It; for you must,"- Mrs, rulgham 'said In "explaining - that Eiio did not see her husband'far l\vo and a half years • he was'In the Philippines before war started inul that'in their married life she hr.s never been with him for very lo'.u; except when -he attended a special school -in San Diego .for nine; wonderful months together ; Meeting Did Not" MaleHaliif. p Her lulesL "disappointment—'al- she 1 did not' call 'It that— She took with her, tholi joung daughter, M>r« Jojce, whom the falher': has Miever'seen, mid after hard trip because of tiav- ellng conditions, she \\nited In vniu for •. the husband and fnllicr, ship did not ictuin to the states iu. planted and allcr scv- i-fil 'weeks.'.she Ktiirnc'.! home But Mrs. r Fulfc'ham thinks her baby : brother Joe ' Hershcl Birmingham;, Is 1 ' the real' hero of the family Declining', to reveal just where Ills boat- was during the Prari Ilnr- boi attack, she sold he was > it sea" and not Injured mid that when the Lextnjjtoii went down, he did not lecelve i scinUh , Mr Fulgham v,ai le-.ircd at Promised Land wheic he fanned before .entering the Navy almost U .years'ago. Mr.-Blrmliiijham, )cured In lily IhSvllle, .furined at Clear Lake be tore'entering .the Navy almost two years ago. In th* Navy onlj six months, Mr. Folk>wa> has been on active duty. l»o months Rcircd In Ely- IhevlUe,' he attended high schpol here and. ''was employed at. • Nuh- nftlly, VGrocery and Blytheville Hooray for Joe Canning ; ;.Company teerlnj;. •'"' before volun-' ' The-.y.' .S.. Anny Air Transpoit lObrhmand; has set up the (jrealest, transportition ; system of nil time. It.. Is a 1 combined cargo, irassenger and. inaH. airline, bigger- Ihnn all of the;cbih'merclal air lines of the world.:combined. • Last Rites Held Today For Lyman Louis Nunnery 110! LAND, Mo., April 15.— Serv- IILS for iymiin Louts Nunnery, who would have been 12 years old next Tuesday, were held this nfter- ncon at 2 o'clock from German Funeral Parlor In Slec'lc. The de- cc ised, who tiled :it tlie family residence at New Survey early 'inies- day of heart trouble, was brought | home Monday from Walls Clinic after A wfrk (if Ucalmciil. Bscause cf ill health, Ijyinnn hud not been able to attend school the past year. I He Is survived by his father, Curtis Nunnery, slip-mother, Mrs. Eva Nunnery, two brothers, lirooksie nnd JJlllie, and two half-sisters, Patsy and Carolyn. No "Battle Royal" lea Ballentine, stcele youth who died Knmlay of a fractured .skulh did not participate In a "bnltls! royal" prior lo his death, the Courier News 1ms been informed. It w;is slated that the youlli did I ;x a short three-round bout on Mon'day prior lo his death, USIIIK IC-ounce gloves, but that he was not scheduled Id participate (,n H program nl Die school the folKnvinf; Friday. Mark Three—Out'' British anti-tank gunners chalked' up score against Rommel's forces on the southern Tunisia front, knocking out fliis trio of Mark 11 Monks and another pair not shown. '•The-proper .pofillion.for a driver. is to sit'sqliafely behind the wheel and: to'.'Keep'-'erect. Look over the the West Coast to meet short visit. '....• Shouldered by a pair o( servlce..men, Joe K. Brown (arrow) breaks out in his famous jjriii as a moh of American lighting men cheer him _ afior Ills ncrformancc at a camp somewhere in Australia, SHOP WISELY FOOD POINTS THESE ITEMS DO NOT REQUIRE RATION POINTS EVAP. CELLO. DEL MONTE 1 POUND BOX ES IlSINS TTOASTIES 15 Oz. ..BOX 20' 17' 15' !8 oz. Box ISc 11 oz. Box 10c BRAN FLAKES RAISIN BRAN JAR CAPS Jersey iirmiit POST'S 2 For y, j;«l. !)!)« Ql. (>9c; ' PI. Single or 2-Piece 25 C 59' 25" WINESA APPLES' Fancy Pound KllllliAlUi njt Stem I'ouiul 23c ..OLIFLOWER ENS Texas Finest Bch. Mustard or Turnip Ikh. 35 51' 15 ""• EONS or Yellow Pound Yellow,or Red Pound 8 LETTUC CELERY PINXiiftT CUKLY LKAK I'OSJNI) ICKHEU.G HKAI). •1UMHO STALK GUAPICFKUIT Pound ib. i e GRAPEFRUIT 46 Oz. CAN ATQES DEOFILL. STANDARD ' No. 2 Can CORN CAN 3V 11' 14' JACK SPRAT TOMATO SAUCE PEACHES PEAS No. 2 Can All-Good S o/,. Can ALL coon No. 2'/i Can 22 Home Grown Tresh Dressed Lb. Cuts C'uls, l.b. 43c EEF LIVER 9MAR6ARINE, b POUND 35' 19 SaiiQUAr PURE. «Ac iMVOHttt PORK Lb. L3 B ^IAAUI BUY the STICK AAc HLvURR Lb. LL •ARSIOUR'S ' IftM CHEESE , kj 12' Leys 11). 8flc; Chops III I5c; Shld. II). 3f)C BACON S1JC " 1) " 1N T SS 45 C ROUND STEAK PICNICS FRYERS WILSON'S TKNDKR AND LI). Lb. 45' 35 PRICES GOOD FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY IBERTY Keeping Up With The Men In Service The trick of getting a 'start 'when a car is on'glare Ice is to'apply as little motor power as possible. A jute bag is a gunny..sack. RHEUMATIC PAIN CET RFTER Vrllli > NVdlclii Ihif »ill froil Hull If yon suffer from rheumatic pain or muscular nches,buyC-2223 today for real pain-relieving help. 60c, $1. Cnutlon: Use only as directed. Firat liottlc jiurcliniic price refunded by druggist if not satisfied. GetC-2223 Pvt. Uike Smith, son of Mrs. Bculnh Smilh, 125xMaiu, is now stationed at Fort icnox, Ky., in the armored force school for a .special course in tank mechanics. Stall Sergl. Orlln E. Cross of the Army Medical Corps, who has been stationed in the South Pacific war /.one for more than a year arrived Monday for a 10-day visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Cross Sr,, of Osccola. i. Sergeant Cross will be in tire United States four months, on official business. '.'. Corp. Ben T. Eofl returned tp El Paso, Tex,. Friday after spending mi 11-day furlough with his i parenU, Ml-, and Mrs. H. N. Koff !of Pottsvlllc, Ark., and Mrs. Eoff's j I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Farmer ackson of Manila. '., Mrs. Eoff who has been with will remain with her parents itil after his graduation in. Mi om Ihe technical school. Corporal Eolf ha« :'. brother M: le Air Corps, Sergt. lioyer Eo(i, alioned in New Guinea. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lloyd Wise today ccelvcd n V-mail letter from their on, Sergt. Lloyd II. Wire, who! is •ith the Army in Australia, .in rii he announced that he had cen selected as one of 20 In his ci>imcnt to attend Ollicer CanUi- ate School. i. A Man'sFasterls Important, Too! Holds the Tip <t Styled For Miss Or Matron! EASTER HATS Men's Town-Cliul* A smart hat will be your spring tonic! New padre sailors, demure bonnet. 1 ;, fetching pompadour types and dashing berets! New colors lo match spring clothes! Important For Springtime! RAYON BLOUSES 1 ors. 32-40. You S'hould Own Several! RAYON SKIRTS ft.98 FINE SUITS German commander who faces n "Dunkirk" evacuation on the 3lzerle-Tunis tip ol Tunisia is Coloncl-Goncral von Arnitn, above. Rommel's retreating forces are merging with bis. All W0«l 29 75 Make your new Easier "showoff" suit a worthwhile investment—make it an all-wool worsted Town-Clad! Styled with n handsome outlook for (Ills spring and summer and [or many seasons lo come. Sttt pi one l, lafnpt cnil tValri T« help •) wtn the won; Tltt benij ya« buy will fitip prcl Tlw tktefli w«VB (igHtto} (or. Color In Your Accessories SPRING GLOVES Nrv; Lingerie For Spring! RAYON SLIPS Head Slyles By Marathon*! MEN'S FELTS t-'jishion-Firsis At A Thi-Wly 098 Trice! \J Fashion personified and excellent quality—they're fine fur fells'. Spring - (ealurcd shades ami NEW trims! To»sicrr<ft* SHIRTS 1 While broadcloth Is right •\vilhanyoul- nil A H (1 « E S T lor for d t e s s ! S n n f-orrredt and proportionately cul to size. * Keg. U. 8, Pal, Off. . t Fabric shrinkage Vv exceed l e i. not In Kayoire—The Newest Hosicrj-! SPRING HOSIERY 79' Filst You Nccil \ HANDBAGS Here's M new approach to (lie ICastcr dollies prnl)- tem for you soldiers on''I he home front! Your new clothes have lo keep up.your spirits, keep you cheerful anil wiuliilent! They've YOUR wttr- (ime uniform! liut, like other uniforms, they must he bought: for lonjf service. Well-cut,'simple dollies will furnish a hackKTOund for the suite of accessories; they'll fi;ive longer wear . . ..and lendlhemselves to remodeling. All these things we kept in mind in seleclinn your Kaster apparel! Sheers With White • Rayon CrcjMJ I'rint.s!' • Print-Aiiil-PIaiiLs! Each one will thrill you with its newness of line r.nd zest of color! Featured is Ihe two-piece rayon crepe . . . printed all over with spring buds! We also have the very smooth dirndl frock ... . with long sleeves, and prim flutings at the blouse front and pocket edging. Smartly, dotted, Bayly printed and clever combinations! Bright colors. 12 to 20. Newest Styles! Spring Frocks Two -piece styles in one lovely solid color ... cr a print in bright Mower , pal- tern! Suit - frocks, shirtwaists or button front styles! New spring shades. Sim 12 to 20. Thrifty Fashions! Budget Frocks A- 98 Clever printed spun rayons that arc cut in the midriff style! Two-piece types that can be turiied ' into suits! Simple button-front dresses, too! New, bright, colors and combinations! Sizes 12 to 20, 38 lo M. D r e s sy sheers or p r n c ,t I cal s e r vice weigh Is — with sleek dull finish! Trim lop- haudle. soft pouches or slim envelope styles In any number of spring colors nnd fabric. 1 ;! For Girls Of All Ages! GIRLS' FROCKS 1 to Ji 1.19 7(oM 1.19 7(oM j .98 Colloii charmers for all the girls in your family —from your liny toddler lo teen-aged sis! Demure little princess styles, captivating basque wais captivating b»sn.ue waists or t r i in tailored types with all the pretty trimmings girls love! Summer prints and plain colors. Tubable, of course! O. S, TYwuni Dt THIS YEAR I. T ' S SMAR'T IF IT'S USEFUL

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