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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 2, 1959
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THURSDAY, APRIL t, 1959 BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW* FAGEIIVB HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Ed Hampton Jr. Razorback in Blytheville was the letting for the Holland Canasta Club at a dinner-party Friday night. Mrs. Bill Aviy of Greenville, Miss., was a guest <rf the club. Attending were Mrs. Paul Fowler, Mrs. Carl Avis, Mrs. Fred Burress. Mrs. Harry S. Brown, Mrs. Marvin Childers and Miss Donna Lou Smith. Scoring high for the evening were Miss Smith, Mrs. Burress and Mrs. Bill Avis. .-. Mrs. Cleo Smith was hostess Tuesday morning to a surprise "Come As You Are" party in her home west of the Missouri-Arkan- •sas State Line. Eleven guests were .present. •Brownie troop had its Easter party Thursday afternoon in the Agriculture Building where 11 'Brownies made the Brownie promise and paid dues. An egg hunt was held on the school campus. Donna Long found the prize egg. Mrs. Fern Coleman and Mrs. Jean Booker of St. Louis spent the •weekend with Mrs. Coleman's son and family, Mr. and Mrs., Joe Coleman and Mr. and Mrs.' Nat Nunnery. : Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cohoon •were in Memphis Tuesday where Mr. Cohoon consulted with his physician. Arriving over the week-end in the Cohoon home was their ; daughter, Ray Lavonne, of So-ith- ^east Missouri State College. \ Easter visitors from Memphis •Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Boldt anc Mrs. John McPheters of Doniphan; Mrs. James Pugh and Mary Alice Pugh of Leachville; Lloyd C. Spivey and C. G. Goodman of East St. Louis; G. E. Morton of Clinton, Ky.; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Eddington of Ml. Vernon, 11J.; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jolly and son ot Bellevue, 111.; Bob Cavitl of East St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nunnery oi Cape Girardeau and Mr. and Mrs. ony Little of Lorton, Va. olice Expect Actress Back MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif, r—Manhattan Beach police are patient lot, and even if actress Mane Varsi has exiled herself in ermont, they expect her back She was given a traffic citation larch 6 and ordered to post $3) iail. She left without paying th< ine or making a'court appear- ince, so a warrant was issued for ier arrest Tuesday. Requirement LITTLE ROCK tffl — Beginning April 16, the University Medica Center will require patients to be referred by a physician to be ac milled to the University Hospital : Pruitt, spent Sunday in the Ihome of their grandmother, Mrs i Henry Barber, and uncle Jack iBarber. Mrs. Garvin Wilson, who came home Monday after an extende< '.visit in Memphis with her son ant •family, Mr. and Mrs. William Wil .'son, left Thursday to spend Easter jholiday with her daughter am •family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Casey •and family in Kennett. • ' Mr. snd Mrs. Royal Powell and •baby of St. Louis came Friday t 'be with her parents,-Mr. and Mrs ;Roy French. Andy Powell ha: •. spent the past few weeks with hi "grandparents and accompanied hi •'parents home. ; Unexpected arrivals Friday wen ,Mr. and Mrs. Paul Samford anc •daughter and son, Judy and Mi cliael of Oklahoma City, who vis ;itcd the former's sister, Mrs 'Ruby Thomas and two sons an 'Mrs. Samford's parents, Mr; an ;Mrs. Leon Godsey. i Mr. and Mrs. Tony Little Alexandria, Va., and Washington 'D. C., accompanied Barton Har ris, of Alexandria, home Frida !v;!ien Mr. Harris was called home due to death of his brother, Ben- 'nie Joe Harris. In the Joe Lester home Easter Sunday was their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe David Samford and son and daughter Rita, of Marion, IU. Larry Depriest departed late last week for Ft. Jackson, N. C., where he will continue his army career after receiving basic at Ft. Chaffee. He is th* son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Depriest. I Holiday guests in the home of IMr. and Mrs. Sam Kenley included their son and family, Mr. and 'Mrs. Billy Kenley and children of ;St. Louis and William Cohoon, grandson of the Kenleys, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cohoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Neal accompanied Mrs. Buddy Neal to Mem- Iphis Tuesday where they met the latler's husband who had arrived .that day from a business trip to •Oklahoma City. . Mrs. Frank Stewart has spent 'several days in Pine Bluff with her daughter and family, Mr. and 'Mrs. Wendell Bolin. ; Included from out of town attending funeral services of Benm'e :Joe Harris Saturday were Mr. and ;Mrs. P. K. Harris of Wichita, .Kansas; Barton Harris of Lortor?, Va.; Mr. and Mrs. Pat Harris and daughter of Trumann; 1 Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard Methvin and sons of Trumann; Mr. and .Mrs. Marcus Harris and baby; ;Mrs. Dorothy Denton and daughter Christina of St. Louis; Mr. Jand Mrs. Ben Harris of Trumann; •Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dunahoo and .family and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mil- : burn and family of Flint, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc•Pheters of Dupo, 111.; Mr. and Burning Up The Road CHICAGO HI - On a cold day ir the Chicago area, one of the hot lest stretches of highway is th 22-lane loll plaza of the new Calu mel Skyway bridge. Beneath the concrete is an un derground radiator that heats a area of about 58,000 square fee whenever ice or snow make th pavement slippery. Hot oil is circulated through network of welded pipes developed by Ihe Tube Turne Division Chemelron Corp. 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