The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1944 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, APKI1, 25, 19-W ils Have Own description "or Misfits The Army has Us own way of caHng wilii niislits. And the worst ilsfit of all mlslits is the any ivlio as a swollen idea of his own 1m- Hrtancc. Ills is u ease that colls IE 1 extreme measures For example, take the case of a .1 who was for a time stationed at he Blylhovllle Army Air Field. He lime Into the Army with the In- ercsling notion that the trouble 'Hli the, war was that he wasn't •mining it, And, the poor chump lei ils barracks mates know exactly low he felt. The other ois bore his boasts 'ith equanimity for awhile, then, no night, someone spoke up. "That guy needs a lesson," he nuounced. The next duy was Friday and the well head came inlo his living IHar- -fs lo make ready for PT. He hanged his clothing and bent over Pick up his tennis shoes. He BBccl and tugged. And lie said tui- iud thins:; about the human mice >s lie pried up the shoes someone ail thoughtfully nailed to the Moor. But Hint wasn't all an imsympn- hcli cfatc had in store for the biB- leailed one. When he returned from r r. hot and tired, he decided lo lush himself a little farther before iv let down. Accordingly, he washed lis window in preparation for the cxt day's inspection. Then he went or a shower. When he returned, he gaped In urm-isc, .then orated lengthily on railties of man's character. For. he spotlessly clean window had ecu replaced by an unwashed one so smoke begrimed the light of day vas almost screened out. Still muttering, the l>escl GI vashed another window. Then, he nade the 1 mistake .of leaving the larrack again. .When lie returned, ic found another dirty window ilierc u clean one hud reposed. I't'he air turned blue from the li'imstone of his speech, but, since 10 one uiild the,slightest attention o him, lie somberly laundered another 'big square of glass. Then he rred slightly. He left the building giiin. When he relumed, well, yon guessed it, there was another win- low to be washed. It was early the next morning rtien he reported to his squadron otnmander. "Sir," he said, "when the hell can gel out of here anyhow?" .-:BLYTHKVILLB (AUK,) COURIER NEWS 'Granny' Saves Rats For War NeelsT' Shaver To Seek ^ Re-election As Lieut. Governor J. L. "Hex" shaver, attorney, Wynne, hus announced his Intention (o seek re-election to Hie office of Lieutenant-Governor, which office he hus held for the past |\™ i'eare, Mr. Shaver wns elected Uculen- ul-fioreraor in 1942 wlllioul op- liosltlon. lie served In Ihe House of Repiesenlutlves from Cross County for three years, nut! served (wo terms ns Slate Senator, representing Cross «ml Woodruff Counties. Mr. Shaver was Legislative Sccrc- tni'y to the governor during the imi Legislature. As LlculciiaiH- Oovernor, he presided over the Seimte In 1043. He also iicled AS Governor during Ihe ulxsemc ol uovcrnor Adklns from this state. Mr, Shnvcr, In iiiinouneliiK for his second term, snld — "I intend to continue lo represent the people lo Arkansas Governor In Favor Of Voters Choosing Delegates Uy JAMES J. nOWNlNO United Press Stuff Corrcspomlrnl U'H'LE 11CCK, Ark. (UW-Tra- dltlonnll.v Democratic Altaians limy tiifee «lc|xs (his summer to give rank und tile of voters a .say-so In ilia selection of Its delegates to Ihe Nntlouiil Democratic Convention niter the ncxl session ol Hie Stulc Legislature, Clov, llomev M. Adklns cimiulcl- IIIB his second term, said lie ii'iis one of those In favor of taking ilio responsibility Hway from (lie slulc Ui'inucmllc convention ami elvluu It to tho people. The stati; convention has bivn miming the milliiiinl delegates -mid Inslrucllng Ihfiii or selling tliwn on their own—for the lust two decmli's. This yciii-, with Ue|iulillc- ans und null-New Dealers Iciiillng | the. van. considerable ngltnllun 1ms ' devolopcd to I'luiiiKo the system. on, along vviih candidates for o'llier offices," ...... This year's delegates, however, will i' named by the convention nt its July meeting. No bolting of 'the parly leadership wits expected lit spite of ngllallou for n clinngc Hi Washington, . • , Young Arkansas Democrats went on record nt n recent regional necling In not Springs, Ark., for "HI nomination of 11 "conservative Southern at Snulhwcstrrn Demo- mil' for Vice President nl this year's• couvrnllon In Olilcnijo. .Seconded by Adklns Adklns snld he would snDport Mich a cluuiBe: In tlio parly lead- ersh.lp. No admirer, of Vice President Henry A. Wallace, he lui.s licensed Wallace of lidiig "visionary mul Imprncltcal" n t viirlotis times hi the piist. , More ffcwHJy, Mklu.i- eiiators can be assured Hint they will lit Iron led with the utmost fairness. I feel I can cooperate will. ' No liniise This Year .,. nn . ( ,....,„ .,...., „ n,k v, ' . llcp. J. Wllllun, ..., Hlll| ,,., ' i'.V. 1 !' l ' K "' nc klml ul « "inn a.i to Wallace." • i,,, •Me did uol ninpllfy (lie rcninrk rabrluht. yoiilliliil om . - ' Uiuc president of IhB University of Ar Kansas. Ils (tic mithm 1 of the "last "Oraimy" Mary McKiiuic turns In used fals to "Ditk" Hiuldleston. proprietor of the Pine Ridge Arkansas store made famous by "Mini n Abncr" of the radio and motion pictures. Mis. McKtn/ie. who will be TO years oi<l In August, knows the fats; will help supply needed munitions mul military niediclnc.s- for her several grandsons In the army and navy. Incert: "Dick" lliiddleslon's store, where Cresler l.nuek and Morris Goff obtained their Inspiration for their now famous "Lum 'n Abncr" characterizations. '•' Lnxora Society—Personal Film To Be Shown At Legion Arena Here Members of Company "K", as well is all ex-service men, have been in- 'itcd to attend the showing of the var film, "Baptism by Fire," to be hown tonight, 8 o'clock, nl the American Legion Hut under the aus- )ices of- the War Manpower Com- nission. . . . <• IIAI'TIST \V. SI. S. HAS I'liOGItAM Twelve members of the Baptist Woman's Missionary Society, and one visitor, Mrs. Ed Turner, of Memphis, met at the home of Mrs. Byron O. Wilkins for the A|>ril lioyal. Service program on "The Everlasting Kingdom in the Ln:|l ot Its Beginnings" led by Mrs. Sam T. Mayo. Mrs. Charlie Evans gave the devotional. Mrs. Wilkins, Mrs. Jolni THwcatt, Mrs. C. B. Wood had parts on the program. Mrs. Mary Tucker, and Mrs. Mayo led in prayer: Al the close ol' the meeting the hostess served a salad-sandwich plate and hot tea. ROTAKIANS HAVE GUEST SPEAKER .,'•-,,.,.. The Rev. J. Albert Gallin. presid- A four-reel film, which takes 40 .ing elder of the .Joncsboro .District mnutps to show, /'Baptism by Fire" who is conducting the scries of ro- 5hows what is actually being experi- vival services at the Luxora Mcth- enco«Ji£jioJ.i]iers under fire. odist church, was guest speaker al 'Cover Charge, 1 Jap' Mr. Shaver Is past president of, the Wynne Lions' Club, and Is an 1 honorary member of I ho Wynne liotary Club. Tin. Cross Cimiily | Deinocriillc Cent ml Cainmlltee inul the Cross County officers, recently, uminlmouslv endorsed him for his second term. Marriage Licenses ,. Ocorge Frank Caudle nnd Miss licntrlce JiiiiiiUn Hdlngloji bolli of Blythevllle; Ernest 13. Johnson. Pailueah, Ky., nm i jlr;;. j, m | ce Jolmson, Jefferson city, Mo., Aiiion Dyrd and Miss Ijutli Anderson liiilh of lllythevllld; Sam Thomas Wur- reii, Luxora and Miss Helen incit Colcumn nlso ot Luxora. Ray Eugeiie Harris. I'ortngcvllle | and Miss Wanda Gene Klci'inan'of i Parma, Mo., Jolin Logan Woixl and Mrs. Seriia Mae Brown both of niythcvlllc; Clifford Cioff of Union City, Tenn.. nnd Miss Mnrle Mall of Dycrsbure, Tenn. Frank Thompson, Cnrutliersvllle, Mo., nnd MI S . Lllllc Hall, Ilnytl, '•Mo., [.ester L. Howell mul Miss Bonnie Sue Little of Gideon, Mo Forrest Orlln Hayes. Ornnil Chain HI., and Miss Mary Alice Hoj'ster. • tioreville, 111., and Mllion Cobb.l Marked Tree ,ami Miss Bonnie' Saturday nfler a weeks visit with , Mrs. Hose Schnuil/.rcid, Memiilils. I Mrs, Vcrnon Mitchell and Mr Mitchell Imve.'as tlicir guests Mrs Mitchells 'mother, Mrs. Ed Turner, ,'your untreated cottonseed, •dette Plnntalion, Burdette. ' i 10-ck-lO Duroc Fall IJoars. iret) liy champions out of my lop sows. Priced reasonable. J. C. Buchanan, farm located 2</ 2 miles west «ti Hwy. 18. Phone 578 or 3335. 6-ck-6 Tom Litlle Rcaltv Co [that docs not contain a tynograim- 17-ck-tf '-SSL5I£2!^ Personal Cotton planting seed. Stonevllle 2 and DPL 12. At Blythevllle Gin Co- 4-ck-l Certified cabbage plants, free from yellows, tomatoes, peppers hot and sweet. All kinds of flower plants and seeds. Heaton's Home of Flower-s. Davts Avenue at Franklin. 3-2-ck-tf Ail Auto Owners 'Spring Check-Up' Maintain your car for Hie duration with our thorough "Protective Service" anrt avoid ilamnge and destruction of vital parts liard lo replace. . if CLEAN RADIATOR AND COOLING SYSTEM * CHANGE ENGINE AND GEAR OILS * TIGHTEN ALL BOLTS AND BRACES * TUNE CARBURETOR AND DISTRIBUTOR ^jome In NOW /or our SPECUI, SPRING CHECKUP. Minor Repairs anil adjustments TODAY will prevent expensive overhauls lomorrow. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. ^Tel OS Acthortecd Ford Deafer lib A W*Innt D.P.LI 4 Cottonseed 1 3/32 to T/8 Inch Staple ALSO ARKSOY SOYBEANS 2913 See EARL MAGERS Dell, Ark. Phone 635 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, ^IFLOWERSHOP DON EDWARDS ROYAL, SMITH, 008ONA.AND REBDNGTOlT PORTABL1 HI W. fc« BTRKW .(•very Murt St tmrna nn Free ritle lo woman lo Corpus Chrls- ti. Texas, to drive service man's wife home. References exchanged. 1517 West Ash. 25-pk-28 Wanted To Tlent 3 or 4 nicely furnished rooms or 0 or 1 rooms unfurnished house. Musi he in good neljjhliorhood. Phone 274-1. !Z-pk-26 Furnished apt, or small furnished house froiu .lime 15 to Sepl. 1st. Will pay reasonable. Service couple. No children. Box H-4, Courier News. 25-f>k-5-2. Services BETTER BRY CLEANING because it's done by experf workmen w ith modern equipment. 48 HOUR SERVICE ON MOST GARMENTS. Dye work and alterations. Call 2612 for service. HUDSON CLEAN- ER-HATTEK-CLOTH1ER. 10-ck-lO Let us sharpen and repair your lawn mower now and avoid the rush. Blythevllle Machine Shop. -~—~~~~~-~~x.— _15^!tH Wanted lo 'Buy Two metal clothes lockers, standard size. Call C. B. KcUinger. phone •» 2 - 25-ck-28 TYPEWRITER DESK Phone R. T,. Sherrick Phone 2712 or 3135 19-pk-a6 1 Power lift for P-30 Parmall and 2 sets of cultivators for F-20 Farm- nil. !>ee Wilson Co., Arraorcl. Pho, 2088 - 10-ck-tf Corn ana hay, top prices paid. Blythevllle Grain <fe Elevator Co. 8-ck-lt Will pay cash for $10,000 worth of good used furni- tore. Wade Furniture Co. Will pay 20c per doz. for wire coat hangers. Hudson Cleaners. 'Found Small coin purse. Containing money Owner phone 889 and Identify. . , 1J5^S For Sale or Trade Extra clonn 1941 Special Deluxe Chevrolet Tudor, rnrtto. healer, good llrcs. Call 838 nfter fi p.m. 22-pk-29 ISiyntil Corps ))(io(o /ram NEAI ed-cimopicd foxhole on Bougitin- "Sniper Inn," imposing a smull il "one Jap.'' ilizen," anil "The church is no cller than Us worst member." Lee Anderson, evangelistic sincei 1 t • the Methodist revival, of St. ouis, an ( ] Gilbert Lynch, Victoria, •ere guests. Mrs. S. j. Smith relumed-home of MQmplils. ,. ,4':.' ' . - Hint commission from the slute i-onvenllon. next year's Ocnenil As, [ sc'iiilrty could take II on from Ilieri! mid puss Icijlslnllon to put convention delegates on Ihe prcler- cntlnl prliiuny ballot to bo voted Cruntord. I'arnijould. . Kcimclli u. Wardlow and Miss IJorolhy Louise Calveil both of Blylhcvlllc; Houston Purler und Mrs. riora Ilepier bolh of Caiiilh- eisville; Harry Oavls nnd Miss Lniini Mnrle Oily both of Clmite- lon, Mo., Hoy W ,Haylntis mul Miss ficdii Bums bnlh of Morlcy, Mo., and Mls.s Peuisy I'Jnstwood, Poplnr riluff. Mo., nnd Lelloy nrldges, BlirtiiBflcliI, ill., and Miss Daisy MelzBcr, ClilcnKO. James llarolil Mathcws nnd Miss Until Lee AlbrlKhl uotli of Slkcs- ton. Mo., Otis Ferrcll, Ciir«ther,s- Ille, and Miss Ciuslnvn Clny also nt Uirulhciss'llle; Lt. James A Hose,' and Miss Ninicy Lowe, lintli nf Ml. Plcnsanl, la.; Thomns [1. Smythc Jr. of iilylhcvlllc und Miss Dcb'ccca •MaiTliiBlon llodkhart, Helena, Ark. JniMi'.i 11. Uiillcy iiiul Miss Miiegld uenslcy, bolb of Halls. Tcmi.; Karl Kdward Grovra of Marlon, III., and Miss Mury Helen rioystcr, Jolmslon. 111.; Jnmcs'Hiili, l!l Dorado, III., und Mrs. Corn June Powers also o[ El Dorado; John M. IJerry, Jonestown Miss., nn ( | Miss Anne Wyalt, Pny- cltcvlllc. Ark., and John K. Akin Jr., Slcele, Mo., <md Miss Mtiry Lllllnn Stnll. Louisville, Ky. The price of two $100 Wnr lionds pays for one United Stales Army sqund lent. G emit tie Oliver f PARTS & EQU5PMEHT : Camf>incs - Disc Harrows - liny Unkcn Plows - PlantcrH - stc. HARRISON A ^;S Kxperl Aulo Hcpiilr Work 517W ' Ash Phone 2652 15 NEW MODEL Radios -Hear this new Philco! The tone is wonderful. Also Received A Shipment of iTEEL ROLL-AWAY BEDS & MATTRESSES rd Furniture Co, BLYTHEVIt-LE, ARK. lU'llJ, Capt. Ridings .,_ Now At Go/resfpn; Texas Word lias been received of the wolrtotlon to major of Capt Albert, Ridings, son of Mr 1 , end Mrs' Ernest E Ridings ^ 'Ihe ndiancemenf came" at Oal-,. vteton, Texa?. where Major Ridings' is currently stationed at the Army Air Field there * * A Brndualc of Uic' local 5Wgn Hliool, Mnjoi Ulrilnn (.us Jri, «, " senior jcar at the University ol,,, A.i".'v>,<i rayetleville, wnen nt coin the Air corps, November 6,',"", He jccehed hl« wlngs'and com-/- mission at Brooks Held, Texas, Jill) 11 1041, and was assigned (o the Pendlclon (Oregon) Army Air t Held , f, ( last jcai he was sent to England > for Ho mouths on special abslga- •- ineiil ^"' ,<i Majoi Riding's has been stallon- cil a! 'Iiicson, Ar^, Alamogordo, N M , Walla, Wnsh , Boise, Idaho v. R.i|ild City. S D, Gulfportr Miss' ' and Onlvcston, 'lexas Wiorlly after his graduation at "looks Held he man led the former Miss Mai Ion Cnlducll. daueh- di of the Into Dr o A Caldwcll ami Mil Calclwoll Mis nldlngs U H'JIh jjnjor Ridings nl ; 'Galvcst<m. FOR CHAFES\ ftHD SCRAPES \MOROLINE A Immms-Wf Recap ns soon ns your Urea arc smooth, not Rafter they're worn to the fabric. For imbcntnble results,'.';, Icnvo a good, sound ba.ao and insist on Gootiycar.Extr.a, ,Milp.agc,Rccai)i)iiiB. It costs no more, yot m ; uddiLioii,to,"-, tlic extra miles, you have tho assurance that YOUK tiro wns rccnppod >by exports using Gfjodyear factory methods and world-famous, dependable Goodyear mrttorials. Thorp is no aubstitutc for quality mute- rinl mid skilled craftsmanshii), yet you pay no premium for ix bettor product in Goodyear Extra Miletigc , rn • fj\} Recapping. Bettor fj mk]6 r.mrp. in today. 15.000 milti or 15 months. er occurs firll. Goodyear (estcd values in batteries bring you above pir per formanco nt moilcratc cost. Goodyear batteries, per size and tvpe, have greater starting ability, longer life and greater resene cupacity tban other leading makes of the same size and type. Invest in the best, get a Goodyear today. Other Goodyear Batteries From 7.80 up GOOD/PtAR ^ TIRkS " W. Maia Phone 2492

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