The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1943 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 6, 1943
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L THURSDAY, MAY 0, lfM3,,.' Teachers -Retained At Carutltersuille OAnUTIIEHSVIIjLE, Mo., May 5 —S«|>1. ii. M. Pierce of tlic Ca- nitlid-sville schools system, im- iiotmced Wednesday that oil teachers Imrt been rc-electeil for next term, with slight salary, iticrcuscs. particularly 16 those, of (ho lower Bi'ncles./I'svo vacancies weiy created l>y resignations of Verndn Wllliums, high school instructor, who hns indicated he will become. uHllhited with teaching'in cither Sedcilia, Mo., or Tojiekn, Kansus, next (erm; and Mrs. Henry A. Boone, who will (each in ihe Chanel school next term. Mrs. Boone tenches the opportunity room, which will be (ILshniul- fd next, yenr, tho pupils to tie nl>- .sofbecl by other rooms. He-election of Superintendent, Pierce- for n thrfic-ycar term was effected some' weeks HKO by tho Ron ixl of Education. The re-i?iVr- tlons. announced this week include II. li. Bales as lilffli school pi'lncl- I'nl. J. E. Hi-own as erode school JU'JiiclUal, mid O. J. l,mi<l£>rm:iii as Negro school principal. Anheraft Awarded $100-Contest Prize L. K. Ashcralt. local feeii dealer, lias been awarded a SlflO'War How! l)y Purina Mills, at. Ixniis, in a nation-wide Food for Freedum contest,, il was announced Unlay-by officials of (he company. Approximately 3000 Purina mcr- clmnts imrtieipatul in ihe which covered a peritid 0 | four months. ObjccC of the was to impress feed dealers with their present, oiijiortimiiy and responsibility of serving Uielr coimlrv hy helping farm customer. 1 ; "stretch" theii- feed to 'produce Ihe greatest IXKsible amount of meat, milk and CfigS. 'Coach' Out Fur Tennis SOIXUI BEND. Inrt. ((J.l'.'j—Tom Herbert, an osplrnnl for the. Notre Aimc tennis squad, coached his high school team at Auburn. N. Y., Ilirougli three years without a loss. under-arm '• Cream Deodorcsnt -•• *:•**,- suffly ..^, Stops Perspiration ^ 1^ Does nnrro:Mrci^cs or men's shins. Does not i[rila[C skin. 2. Nowamrisro.iiy. Oriln-use.l - right afar shaving. 3. h)iui>ll>-5lojis()ff5[ji/3tiofi (<rr 1 CO 3 -lays. I'rcvcms o,lf,r. *. A pure, v.lmc, Brcastlwj, ilainless vanisliin^ cream. 5. Awirtlcil Approvil Seal of • American {iiMkuicuf Ijiuiulcr- iny for being harmless ro .1944 Convention Of IM.O.C). Groups To He Held Here Blyllievllle was chosen ns Ihe cor.'.vnlfon i-lty for 1944 nnd Mrs. Farmer England elected treasurer of thr slate yroup at the Arkansas P. 13. O. Kifiterhood meeting which closed -yesterday In UUIe Hock. Mrs. H. F. Klrcluicr, president, dnrlns ihe past year and-who presided at (lie sdilc meeting, \vfls sue- cerdctl by Dr.. Ada Jane linrvey of Comvay, Arkansas yiatc Teachers College Iiu'lilly inember. This will be ti, e second lime Blytheville 1ms • enU>rlnlned tile P. K. O. convention since the group was organized in Arkansas 10 years i»KO. Oilier officers elected'were: Mrs. li. R Moore of Fn.vcttcville. first, vice president; MI'S G. D. Brothers of Ullle IJock. second vice president,; Mis.' 'Doi-ciis Patterson of Clarksville. organizer;. Mrs. G. Colville at f'.uiiRonld, recording sccre- lury. 'I'll? new incident named Mrs. A. V.'. Yoiinn of Osceolu as chairman of the organization's State Wai- I'limi ;u,ii Mrs. v Cummongs of flpi-iiiiitliile us Welfare :UH! -Trust, Fund l)u:,rd member. Mre. Kirelmer and Mrs. 'nratliers were named delegates to the su- IH-CIIIC <omr-ti!ioii to be lield next !-:<member in Uctroll. Kepoits made shown) (lint, under Mrs. Klvslnier's leadershi|), Oil members- i»j ihp state's 25 chapters i;avi' m.Kiri hours 'of work to Hie Hnl Crow mid oilier war service. 1 In tin 1 ' ]«<sl year, • •( • Olhi-r :iclivi!i>>i,- included assistance to many ylrls in obtaining cciUese i-rliirnliuiis tin- past yeai llnoiudi His- nalionul organization's piiniiiry objecllvi' ill this fonnec- ticin, A goal lo have 00 per cent of !ho members working in service, orgou- i/atiou.s :nul DO ))t .,. cent, buying bonds wa.s accepted by the stat« sronp. ..V.i-s. B. A. Lynch, as a past sti>t« prealdenl, also wiis a honored Sliest at ihf three-day, convention at which Mrs. England sang a solo. Others who attended'from Ghap- ICI-K D and N of Blythevlllc were-: Mrs. II. n. Ilouchins and Mrs. Kverelt H. Gee. by War Depart uienl- officials. Instructions aro. given for making application, for., training., lead-' Ing to .assignments ns bombardiers navigators or pilots. Thos* who have received draft calls cannot apply direct for this training b'ul may make 'application 1 after they are In the ranks, ' Youllis of n may volunteer for en'ILstment in the Air Corps cudel Enlisted Reserve and be called for pre-flight trnlnlng at the end on Hue first school semester after reaching ih e age of ID, BLYTHEVILEB1 (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Ymtths May Apply/''or Air Training YOUDB men, la to 2fi, who have not been colled for induction, mi- rier Ecleclivc Service nre offered, an opportunity to become nvia- lioii cadets i)i an advertisement placed in [he Courier News today. EOXY f!arj;aln N'ight Every Ntjht Ei«p« Saturday. Jlnv Oll'icc Opens «:4S Sliuiv Starts 7:«fli -Contlnuniia-Shnira Sit. >Qd 8«B. Thursday and Friday 'Chan In Rio' vvilli Sidney Tidi-r and Mary Ifctli Hushes Sclecteil Kborls Sunset Gold No. 370193 The Stallion of Perfect Conformation «HfftR? 1 ||i>d " " **Bi"«^ J ^ t * »JW< t^*SW«;3Ii!JS««?"*'" Wilson Alien's Sunset Gold WORLD'S FINKST WALKING STALLION A Full Rrolher to Grand Champion-Pride of Memphis Sired by the. Famous Wilson Allen - , "!?M^ a T)ark Ches «nu<, two kmjis Hcl.ind, Wh.lo Star and Snip, and is 1'ive Years Old. A Limited Number of Selected Registered Walking Mares Will Be Accepted Several Real Walking Horses and Bred Mares for Sale I'houc or Write J.H. GRAIN, Wilson, Ark. Qub Newi Notes m'-"' ••v' O'HONNKl.b HKNI> Ol.lill HKAHS MISK KINt'AU) Miss Inex Kincaid discussed the necessity of food rationing am! ihe Importance- of food production at the Home Ucmonslrnlln OJub meeting held .last week at the. home of Mrs. Hambert' Williams. Mrs. Bill liatoy was elected reporter during the business .-ie.vion. The hostess served cookies and cold, drinks to the 10 members present'. ,\frs. H .w. under evtend- ed an Invitation lo each one for Hie next meeting which will be held at her homo. Guardsmen inspected CAHUTHERSVILiE, Mo,, May 5 —Federal Inspection of the local Stnio milt «-a.s held, here Monday night, with Maj. Harry and Lieut. Carson, of the sevonllt Corps Area, with head<iuarters in Omaha, Nebr., .In charge. C'apl. R. M. Pierce, superintendent, of Cimuhersvtllc schools, Is coiiiinandlDg officer of the'local: eauipauy. JDSONjNjrASHINGTON Why We May Face Inflation listlumtes on national Income for l'J-a are now being unofficially ic- I'lsed ninviird to nn iinprecedemed .nul tolally unexi);i;lC(l flgiirt! or U'ound ?nr> billion or bettor, .In |)la« of .the previously pred'leted 5135 billion, whleli In Itself 'would lave been an all-tlino high,. _ To net a measure ot what this >Hf> billion figure means, compare t with tho figure or $83 billion, vhlch wns Ihe pro-war peak • for nillonul Income In (he booin year jf ISL'il. ifs a 75 pur cent Jump, rhe move money there. Is rloatlilu iiuiind, of course, (lie greater the tiinger.1 of Intlnfloiii • Tliei'ii are only alioul five flgtirw hat. yon need to'inemorliiif iinU •limit. ,011 (he four fingers and nib of one Imnd, whiln J'ou hold voiif I'ocklnll ulnss In the other,' to ie an luillmrlly on economics nml Klvst llgure is tills Hem. on. nn- ilniiitl Income. If you don't like $Ufi jilllon, pick your own. It .wo'vil<r.l>i> ivlfe. lioivevcT, to |iick soiiu'lliliu; ibove S12D billion, which- is wliat I mis In 1012. National lijconie-'-Is ivhat everybody gets,, 'from , nil aiBixvs. It. Is well (o ILSO Iliii llitnnb n eimiillng off Mils'flgiirp; so'-.t'hiit Colorado waters, ylol'ied nearly 7.000,000 iroiil dnrljij; the 1940 flsh- ihg season'. COOKING FAT JtsWondttful! "ie four left for >'H' oiher, moro Important l-or (In- iiulM finder, lloinlw iiems of Income paymcnls lo -mis Is tiicivly tmlloiinl "come le.w forpornllon savings nnd .social seciH'lly dt-riiiclloiis froin your l>ny envelopes. Wllh national ln- comf of SH5 Ijlllion, ir convenient, round munlx'r (lg\iri! lo use. In your "etnre would be-oli, sny, Jt-w'bll- "on. it was U!i billion lii li)«. On yoiii- middle rtiiKer, siiljlracl nxes. Nobody knows what, Congr ness (hh yenr—not oven llself—vso ono.rjuess Ls us good af ,niu)(liei'. If you thliik- lux- eollfc- (Idns in ihe calendar year of IW wi)l be $10 billion this year, say so Ili'mly, and defy your' listeners lo prove yon mo wrong. Dediirl tuxes from Incuinc pay* menl'.'to indtvldiialfi nnd you• linvii lell-$l'Hi billion ininiis «10' billion —-$l!!5 billion of disposable liicoiue, which Is the hlgh-ltiw economists' unme for K|x>ndltii; money. In 1011, consumer expenditures weren't imlle $15 billion, 1111,1 In 1!)W they were Ste billion. Consumer expenditure In 1343—(lie Item lo cheek olf on youi-.ring (Ingei— can'l make as big a jump In 1043, nnd the ivonoiuLsts flKiire It won't no above $f)s Wilton and will probably be loss. . , .. oliu{ to do nbnul tax-foiitivi'. The difference between dlsposnWe' Send FLOWERS To MOTHER'S Sunday, Hldf/ }) CORSAGES - CUT FLOWERS -ToTTEi) PLAN IS W* Deliver ANYWHKRE-ANYTIME! The Flower Shop IKUtlt ll,rll»l 1)1,1,,, /-V. .-, •*• (Jli'iuiof Hold Hlilfi. Ojn'ii K Phono Jiwomo or »125 billion and consumer - expenditure.-! blilbh W0 iild l)o -••• — • fwv "iiuiyii n viiHi Hij billion. And there, on.the llttlo fmgcr. you lmvo:lho well-known i»- /ladoniiry gn||. 'nial $10 billion-It Ihal's wlml, Hie. rigm-D for HMD turns out (o lis—represents exce.« pur- cliashij; ixiwcr, which can be usci! to md up prices on l)io smnll slOcks of goods nnd, services iivnllnblo In VIM (line. Tho (rick cif voDlroRllK Inltiitlon h the tvlek ot controlllnir those $'10 billions. I.ust year tile flg- iiro WHJi.$!!7 lillllon, which was bud ••loimli, nnd the year before It Vas ss tlmn $14 billion. If your listeners haven't nil walked owiiy and left, you Hie floor or Ill/ Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Slnrls 2:00 USTRN TO KI.CN tOO «.m, I2;I5 p.m. 4i30 p.m Thursdiiy Si Krldiiy "RED- J£/->JHOMAS MITCHELL ...shiny. patent J«th«&;,>, complementing ' this part)' shoe unu«uij» C i populaf. ' ,- '•' The Family Shoe Sl«5» 312 W. Mkltt egsinkstrie i mil Hi (Bdttrizitat nidit What! No ersatz electricity^ Mr. Coebbels ? OF COURSE, ^ou wouldn't catcti crafty Hat GoebbeU acttiaHy potting sucti a «gn: "Thi* tfar industry closed for lack' of dectric power." Yet power shortages /r^e.Kampered jGer- nun factories. ]With' all their otKer sufistitutes, the Nazis haven't yet been able to. .invent an ersatz electricity! .They've tried to fill tKe gap SyJcidriapptrig workers from all conquered countries.. But the muscles of whip-lashed men can't compete with power-driven machines. America t* more fdftunate, power »hortageh«el Five tima mote elecfrld p^wW tfiffi ifi £9 Iwtwar. More power than afl die Axil combined! Sfnif no war. Industry saved by the electric, fompaniet under. 'American btuhtess. maiugement. — tfo group jwpplying about •even-eighdt* of this nation'* electricitjHb< been without ample'power, for. *Biti iWIrite (Gloebbefj post* hi* ''doaeir iign, free wpmenr-permjtteil to plan, Invent an3 create in tlie cJcniocnrtic way— •re posting another sort of sign: Danger, Adolf "-Americans at Work! rtflltC'S NO SOISTITBTI FOR WA* BONDS, EITHIR! ARK-MO POWER THF. AniERICAPf WAY Investors Capital I.oyal Efllclcnt Empioytn: Klrolric Systfms FOR AIORE PRODUC- I'lO.V and BETTER JVIN'G

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