The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 18, 1943 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 18, 1943
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TUESDAY, MAY-18,. 1943 OLD FAMILY CAR Tires Thirty Million New . Next Year For Essential Users Only; , WASHINGTON, -May 18. (UP)— American. factories will produce 30 million new llres next. year. But you'll still 'have Id drive the family car around oil the set you bought before ' the • wur. Rubber Director William M. Jet fers says It- will be a long time hi-fore Hie average motorist' can buy new tires. ' • During the war, they'll be set • aside for essential. users. . ... •••farter.* -announces thai the gov I'liiment will have Us synthetic rubber plants .completed in • the next four to/six montlis and will turn them over, to private 'coin- psuilcs • for operation',- - . • , And llic rubber chief expects natural..' rubber. ' to start 'coining own from ', Haiti, Mexico, Colombia, Btik.iibr 'an(l ' other parts, of I.iulh America.. He; says a mission sent to Brazil's Amazon valley ; reports that tilings' look 'hopeful down there. '••".• A plan to use. marginal land for rubber production had to. be (.MC'trneked in favor of Increased food: production. And tlio synthetic' program hat! to be •' curtailed lu favor of oilier war work. '. The 'present- synthetic program Is only ubont 72 pei- cenl of -rec- oimiieMdat'lohs Itf. the" original Bui nich ' report. But. the stockpiles In tills- country and Canada will: have 40.000 more tons' ut Ihe. end of this year than the minimum recommended' by the Baruch ;eom- uiUtee. . . Society of Christian Service. The members of llic Society of luLsllan Service motored to the country home of Mrs. E. L. Boles Tuesday afternoon for a business and program meeting. Mrs. Clnr- ence Lucas' was co-hostess. During : the business meeting, presided over by Mrs. Henry W. Spann, president, reports were heard from standing committee chairmen present. Mrs. .c. Everett Patton, program leader on "fchlld Labor Safeguards In Wartime,'-• was assisted in (presenting (he different phases of the subject by Mrs. E. R, Bogan, Mrs. Roy Owens. Miss Florence Rush and Mrs. Spann. . : During n social hour, tile hostess served n salad plate. * * * '. " • ' I.uxora-Osctola-Blytheville , ' t'luti Mcets'.sf'rrf-';'- .,[<•;-.,-;,•--.. >. Mr. nnd Mrs. Brown were iails to their Luxora-O.sceola-Bly- thevllle bridge club Tuesday night when all members were present. The entertaining 'rooms were decorated with vases of large pink peonies adding to the attractiveness of Die home. High score prizes went to Mrs W. E. Mason, and Arthur Brlckev of Osceoln. The served a salad course fallowing the games. * * ' I.uxora PartHt-Teaehm. At the final meeting of the Uix- ora Parent-Teachers for the current school term, Mrs. W. E. Head program leader, held an Installation service Inducting the following: president. Mrs. Walter Layne- vice president, Mrs. Jo |,n Thwcatt-' .secretary. Ml&s Sue treasurer, Mr*. R . c . Before introducing Ule the afternoon. "Harvest is' Gathered . Mrs Head gave a resume of the years accomplishment:;. The year's study course, "War Babies" was taught by Mrs. Join, Thiv^tt has been completed. Mrs. Layne, president, made comments on the theme of the national president's letter on "•The Work With Delinquency." The appointment of committee chairmen Is as follows: pro-am Mrs- LemT. Stanford- publicity' Mrs. jph,, Thweatt; memoerS LR11 Kston hospitality, ' BLYTHEVILLE USX.) .COURIER NEWS B. Head; historian, Mrs. Tom Callis; . entertainment, Mrs. Roy L, Hauck; innslc, Mrs. Hilton Slcpli- enson; budget, Mrs. Byron O. ^yllklns. • 'The dollar award went to the fourth grade taught. by Miss Sue Whlpple. •• ;»• »•• •. Mi's: Charlie S. Scolfnnd daughJ ter, Mrs: Ray Qrahnm of Memphis,' former Luxorans, spent three days tills week with Mrs. Scott's .sister, Mrs. Walter Dentoii. - , •Mrs. A. J. Lynch and soil, Ronnie, of Film, Mich,, spent this week vtslliMj her - mother.-ln-lnw, Mrs.. Walli>r. Lynch. • •, Mrs. Walter Layne and. daughter, . AUt-e, will leave In a few days for Paragouli! where they will spend the Summer wllh her parent.-!.. Mr. and Mrs W U Hitchcock'. . lf ', ii -, , LI "l"n F-reear Was called to Mobile. Ala,. Thursday ojruc- eoaiity of the s«rlous condition of, Charlie MIHlln. who .suflered ii heart' atfacie TJwrsday morn ng-. , ME. MlHlln h R3 riiany fi'lfnd.9 in Uixora, having lived here many 'years. Cluwiice Crawford of Memphis .arrlvsd Thursday to b* the-guest of his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. a. J. famlUi. for several days tfe- ' "'' " tlty wlt ^ the «>. A. R. MEETS e.° fi f ola , " lel «'jevs of Ine William SIIOIIK papier of the .Daughters un,,V , A '" el ' lcai > HMolntion who * e " t , u> Memphis Friday for the last meeting of the season were Mrs. John \v. £drinytoii, regent of the chapter; Mrs. c. M. Harwell, Mrs.-John. D. Allen,. Mrs. c. A Davi-v Miss Run, Ma.ssey ftnu Mrs O. B. Segraves. In the reports heard from the national congress meeting In Cih- cmniUl 11 W ns learned lhat Arkansas was- one of the 12 states of the nation thnt exceeded the quota as- slgiieil in (he blood plasma (mid drive. '11ie : iintuial picnic of the William' Strong chapter will be held as usual at OriderPark on June 2. The park wns established and is maintained by the chapter for the pleasure of the cltl/ens of ; this sec- Hmi. Dr. Margaret E. Jones, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. R. H. Jones, arrived Thursday night from New Orleans to spend (lie remainder 'of the Summer with.her parents. She came by Chicago and Southern . plane from New Orleans to Memphis and was met there by Mr and Mrs Jones, Mrs. Arthur Brickey and Mrs. Claude Pen-in. Dr. Jones was graduated from. Texas Dental College in '-March and has spent the month, of April, with her sister, Mrs. w. B. Tiibrn- ln&T and capt. Thorning In New Orleans. She plans to enter Baylor University, Waco. Tex.,: In Septem- for the 'Uachelor' of Arts degree next June. Mrs. J. 'A. Stewart- 'and son, James Stewart, of Greenwood, Ark,, iire-horp for a weeks Visl^wilh her daughter, Mrs. HiiroH B, Tlllmau and family. James W»M gimlxiated from Greenwood High School last week. and accompanied by his mother will go to'Shelby, Ohio, from here where he will be employed in « defense plant . until hts call Into service. Culbreath Honored CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo., May 18 —ncltitiVM and friends here have been ndvlsed Iliat Bill culbronth. son of Mis.-O.-W. Lincoln of this city, has been choseh for membership In (lie Q. E: B. H., an honorary senior organlmtlou at the University of Missouri, Columbia. Membership Li limited to the Senior Clnss. and selection of members Is limited to 1C cnch year. Selection 1 Is mock- on basis of scholarship ranking, leadership and ;Youivg culbrailh, who suffered the loss of a leg wnllp a youth In a fall down « mountainside, Is attending the College of Law at the University. He has lieon a elieer leader.for three years, despite his handicap, and this year was head cheer lender. Recently he was selected for membership In an' honorary lnw fraternity. -He. skates', swims, dances, rides ft bike, and of ills 'unusual' activities with but- one leg,-has been featured in -..wveinl motion' picture "be- lli'Vc-lt-or-nol" shorts. - . >'»(. Blmer Runs Smith, .sqn-of Mr* Myrtle Smith and > former employee of Ih* courier News, hte been transferred from ftort > Hiiej*. Kiinsas, to British colunibU Cdn- du. .- , • •- ; , •Mrs, ftuiiy Sawyers of J15 aeiilli 7IH Street has Me iwis iti'iecyice. hey are: Pfc. Robert. F. Sswyens,- CnUoii*d'al Camp Polk,- u., Pfc, James W. : Sawyers of SeiHUe. WasJi., ai»t!' Seriit, HowaM B. Sawyers, NiulwlUe,..T«nn., Pjrt, Hay i. Sawyers, Camp Bowls, .Texis. .fin. Sawjurs has inotluf «un who s 13 years old aiid hop«r the w»r vlll b» over before he U «U enough o go, Her only d»ught«r, Urs. Otottit F. Ablw, llvan with her hother while, her husband 1» serV- iiK his country. Private 'Ablw Is ilntioned- at ateenvlil'p* Pg. , Pvt. Jotinhy L. Ray, sou ofiMr. md Mrs. W. B. Ray of Huffman, s now;', stationed . at. Sail Diego, Jallf... in Ilig Marine Tank School: Pfc. Walter P. Permimler. -JK, son of Mr. and Mrs. .Walter Permentei 1 if Luxora, and Pfc. Johnnie '•&. Leuchville News SCHOOL FACUIVTV HONOKED BY IVJH. AND MBS. GAHRfc"t"». • ; Mr. and Mrs. S. K. CinrieiL of Leaclivllle wilerlained; wllli a dln- nev parly 'niursday night at the Home Economics Cottage, honoring members of the school faculty Ihe school, board, members tvltli their wives and husbands and the Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Hall. The social room-where the nine tables were served was decorated with a variety of mixed Sprimr flowers, -with "racli -smnll tabl? holding as It's centerpiece a small vase of roses. In the games which followed dinner, high prize'for Ihe ladles wns awarded to Mrs. Jolm Clark with John Bearden winning the high score prize for the men. ;. Mrs. Garrett was assisted | ; , .serving by Mfe Catherine, am turn Miss Connie Wallace. Others assisting were: Mary Wll- da stewnrt, Miss Mary Ella Oar- rctl. John Bearden Jr., and Ethel Rogers. /^Headache Don't let headache duuble the D eiy ol cj&iustfen. At the tint « JM i of parn Ifike, Capudlne. It-. qulekty brines relief,'tooth*• ijttYM up? ct byjhe pain. It to ready to J act-^-iU ready to? brinir comfort. Use only u dl« l recteJ. jOc, 30c, Gflc. CAPUDINE Announcement We Jiave secured the services of David S. Geddis, Sr., Formerly,of St. Louis, as general manager of our shop •Mr.- Geddis has been actively engaged in floral work for many years, both in St. Louis and Chicugo, and is skilled in all phases-of Horai work—funeral, wedding, coraagea,' etc. The Flower Shop Deliver; ANYWHERE, ANY TIME Cl«nco« Hot*! Bldf. i Phone 491 (HIGHWAY AT WORK for Vfefwy , lied mora ihtn 650 million in 1942-neatI? tix IhenatiM'aMghWaytjtoojan teachen-people In nearly every 2K? £*/" v:rt , ory - Io , w °*«""^ tSJta^S •WitOT to the large volume of way of other art aaaoti*! to th« national welfare. I Greyhound to putting all «. efforta, experience and resource* into helping perform the biggest transportation job of all time. That ii why our aervice to you now cannot alway. be what', we would like to give; or what; you have come to «pect of Grtrhouad. Wt appncUti you . of them are aeltrteet; military pertonnel; and war worknt. Othwt « i no; Min IH (TAVT tlOI-JOIH IHI WAVlf , .patriotic conaiderition of theac condition! created by the wv. l ButwhenvictoryiiWMi,trar- tleri nil I be rewarde I. Truea you can took to Greyhound for k brand-new chapter ia comfortable! convenient; enjoy«bl» highway transportation. GREYHOUND Mick, sou or Mrs. Letlm Mlctc.ot BiyUicviUe ww-() gradualiHl at K«s'«• Held, Miss, .from tll« H-24 tuuwnioM itlrplnnc meclmiilcs school. Victor Wilson, SOH of Mr. mnl Mrs. Wilson 'of Blythc- vllli'.. Arkaiuwu, Roufo -j, U «ow omolltd as , mi: aviation cadet lit "if Army Air Forces Plc-Fllelit Ecliool for p|)ou nt Maxwell Field, Alii, . Wilson iit-tended Burdotte "iijli School and had served In tho Army of tho United 3l«t«s for elglil months, g» an cnlLsted man, before he «-«s aucepted as «u. avln- llon cndt>t lii ths Army Air Fanes on February 4. Pvt, E!vin H. Holt, son of .ttenry W. Holt of Bluck Rock, Ark., Is ono of thj- soldiers stationed nt the Air Depot Training Station at Will KoMiwon, Art, und Davls- m^v PAGE .THROE, piiuii Plrid, Avin. I'fc. l-Yiiiik u. Ashuy, brother of 1 Mrs. Mnc Murks, noutc "2, Dlylhc- vlllc wiis grndiiotcd froiti Kccalcr I'lfUI. niloxl, MiM., M. («j cxfwr* or UK, Army All . af coinnmiul. '' vl - '•<•'<»• J. HlgBii. »un at Kr, l M'! It, o. »i ( g<t of i»li, Ls now sliillonrd nl cn»i|) oiiiiffce. Ark,, whore tic LI (isslgiiod lo a sui- vii't' mill, lii.roro Miterinjr (| )0 AniiJ' I'rlvnlB niggs was iwSoctol- ud wllh his muiCT m fnnolng: Joe Bill McHiHiby, sou of Mr. OIH M(«. John Mtunncy h«s completed his prcfllgtu tmlnliig- «uf,4 Uom rardlcr nml now Is stulloncd nl- Vlclorvlllp, Cullf., for further tho Blythcvlllo Clilcknsi\*3 Waller. 0,, Maxwell, nan o! Mr niul Hl-i. a - L. Maxv.cH who It slnlloncd al 'Dm»)>; Kearney, near : 8au • Dlogo, calif., tins been promoted (o seigennt. SergtanL Maxwell, U with Lhc Mnrluw and hie wife, tliu former : Miss Tiu-ker b with-111111, --....„ Osboriu' son or Mr., and Mrs. W. i. Osbonii> nnd Hoi; IJoinj. liolli slmlonls at Soutli- .'rii College, Memphis, will ' for Port, Ogloihoi-p, on., -..-... whern - they will bo Inducted inio ttie Army. John Douglas McOHl, son of Mr Mul Mr.'!. J. D, McOlll, I 3 now al«- twncd nt Jefferson Urn-racks, ,MO,, , . -wdiimm , hig service with tho .Army- Air ' ..'n^' 1 ^ l ™ hul ™.- )rv ^» ° Mr. Korees on ScpU'S), 1842, ho was cm- ,, , i; 1 ,™ 0 ' whl > ls slaUoned Ployed in farming hr'lhl" vl Inlty. ^.f,t 1 ™,^"'^'M^' T T 5 ' I'rlor to his arrival at Will Rogers ' •",. , •' l "l )ll f ( '. °' '>'» »fo"a fo\v , the earth [3 round a£oot the «tH , B. O. ,,.. ,,™. NOTICE Notice Is. hereby ulvcii ilmt Die umlurslgned will within (lie time tod by law la npjily io [ho Com- mlSslonef, o{ Revenues or tho Blatc or Aikaiiins tor a. jicrmll to sell Uew uL retail at 313 S, First fJt,, BlyilieYlile, Mississippi colmly, Ark. The undevalgiwA stiilcs Hint ho In 11 clli/oii of Arkansas, of good mornl chnructcr, tlml lie hiis never boon coiivletcd of ii felony 01- other erlino .Involving moral lui'jiltudc; thn't no license to sell beer by tlio undersigned Itas been revoked within Ilvo years lust piwtj ami tlmt the undersigned hns never been convicted of violating Ihu Inwa ol this state, or nny other*stnlo, rc- Inllng to Hie sale of ntuoliollc Mn. nors. POI.I.V MERREM*. Subscribed mid sworn lo before mo Ihls nth ilny of Mny, 1043. •S*" 1 ') a. Nick Thomns, • • Nolnry public, My commission expires Foby. 1st 1MO- ' 6-18-13 Hptloweil-out, elphant used as umbrella ftindi & The Greek Courier Mother's rtieaj helps bring etst and comfort to txptcttnt mother*. M O T It F, ii ' s FHIBND, ill uxiiulsltoly pfe- Itftfcu cmolJi6|it is ji'Mut in nil condi- ^ , tlouu whoro K bland, mua aaaarw ^"S^fflS-.itf 1 **** 1m inoio tlmn 70 ycnti tut ripliltcatlon for rniwujmj inu inoghHtioy.., It hiiiS unit otid t.hnblo..'. thut nccMsnry dtscomfcrt du tlrhlncu, rt rofrcihcs BKirt. An [deal ninBaaee' auw, Ho numb, tnwllng or bffi iloiu of tlie «l-.|ii,. .tor th< muicipaofprnmp-llHi "• ntacfl ty.utcrt,'; nllr«i«.. Just nik .. DONE YOUR BIT DO YOUR BEST! - TOURING .the-.pnt year, '•war, wt—i'*''<•*. . '<'•.••'. ,. Trained-million? o{ fighting men— made millions of dollars worth of fighting tools— 4*ilt millions oftoai ofsbapplng to carry these men »od tocli to the fighting fronwj v •- And to help pay for it all, we bonght War Bptds. Altogether, 50 millions of as bought War BonJs; Afld nearly 30 milliops of us started putting,' on the »v«r»ge, 10 percent of our pay into War Bonds «ery ptj d»y through the.Payroll Savings Planj' , That was a good «art^» whale'of i~good start: But, every American know* that it was only a start Nobody would contend for a single instantthatwhat w» did laJ42 is enough Believe it or not—we did: But we've got to make 100,000 this yearl Sure! We broke every record io the world last year, building 8 million toni of shipping: But everybody knows that the 18 million tons we'i? building this year isn't eooughj We've got to do more fighting this year] ' We've got to do more building, more trainingi more shipping—and more savingj , —— We've got to buy tiwn War Bonds.* 1 Is that too much » ask? Many of ni'liri ; more money ihao_we bave made for years.-' The'things "we'd like to buy with that money have either disappeared or arc as "scarce ' as hen's .teeth." So, why not put that Honey , into War Bonds at good interest— $4 for every $3 when the Bonds mature? Money to help 1 pay;for;the war—keep psfces down—provide peacetime. jobs tc& peacctimt, goods and • generally decent world for- all of : us when th« .warls-wonj ^ \ Chance* ireTy'ou're already ln~the" Payrofl Savings Plan—buying War Bonds—doing your Viti- But l don't -«op there,- See if: you • can't boost your ante! - Do'your best} ""' ~ ' •' • the Payroll Savings PIan._ (If you aren't la • jet— sigo u ,.. Americans who have joined th* Plan •r« investing, on the average, 10 percent of their earnings in War Bonds. (If you haven't 10 percent yet— keep tryingl) How millioni of Amerlcani nov«<fort« rfitIf blr-^ I ond how ihty can do bctttn Of the 34• million Americans• on• plant- pay^ J rolls, nearly-30-millions ef them have joined i ._ tf America's income this year wiil<be the highest in history: about 125 BILLION dollars! In •pile of ill taxes and price rises, the average worker will have more money than last year- more than ever bcforcl That is why Uncle Sam has a right to ask us, individually, to invest more money in War Bonds, through ibe Payroll Savings Plan. He'asks us to invest not 10 percent or 15 percent or 20 percent, but all we cant YDDVE DONE 1UR Bimr-NOW DO i MOST WJR BOND $MM WMMH THtPAYROLL This space is a contribution to America's all~ouf war effort by Arkanxas Grocer Co. Ark-Mo Power Corp. L. K. Ashcraft Co. Jot Atkim Machine Shop L. H. Anfry, Bordette A. S. Barboro t Co. Barktdak Mf K . Co. Blythefflle Water Co. The Crafton Co. D«U» implemeab. Inc. lLoy Eich Chevrolet Co. F Guard'* Jewelry & Optical Store I Halter's Quality Shoe Shop Happy Hour Grocery & Mkt. Hardaway Appliance Co. ' Herrick's Jewelry Habbard Furniture Co. Hubbard Hardware Co. Huddieston & Co. Tom W. Jackson Jiedei's Keiser Supply Co., Reiser Langston-Wroten Co. Charles S. Lemons Tom Little Hardware Co. The New York Store Pat O'Bryant Palace Cafe J. C. Penney Co. Robinson Drug .Co. Phillips Motor Co. I. Rosenthal, Inc Rock Saliba A, G. ShiMey Wholmle Gntm C. G. Smith Swift & Co. on Miii ' Thomas Land Co. > Zellner's Slipper Snop- BMITED *T*T6I TREASURY WAR_nNANCE COMMITTEE -"WARSAVIKGS STAFF - VICTORY :.£UNp : JCOi5[l|i|

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