The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1959 · Page 2
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April 16, 1959

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWO BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TO SING HERE - Junior Chamber of Commerce brings The Flares to American Legion arena Saturday night for a rock and roll dance. Bill Haney (sealed) is from Blytheville. Oilier members of group, which has appeared on Memphis television, are from Prescott and West Memphis. News of Men In Service Sgt. LeRoy D. Meadows, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paten Meadows, Sr. t of Osceola, recently completed an American Red Cross first aid instructors course at Munich, Germany. Completion of the course qualifies Sgt. Meadows to conduct courses at his station and train other personnel in the fundement- als of first aid. A/2C James L, Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Hall, Blyfheville, recently received a special outstanding service award while stationed at Gray Air Force Base, Tex. He is a weather observer in the 25th Weather Squadron. IN TRAINING—These area men were enlisted recently into the Navy and are undergoing basic training at San Diego They are (left to right, front row) James Thomas Earle, Steele; Winford Dudley Newsom, Manila, and Charles Clay Chrisco, Osceola, (back row) Kenneth Gean digger, Manila; Donnie Lee WoodaU, Manila; Ivy Franklin Jackson and Douglas Wayne Smith, both of Blvthe- ville. : ' FUTURE PILOT — 2nd Lt. John-li. Loggins, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Loggins, 1010 W. Ash, has • completed training in the Air Force officer pre-flight school and has been assigned to Maiden Air Force Base, Mo,, for initial flying training. Er£LISTED-Enlisting recently In the Navy were (left to right) Calvin Newton Walker, Jr., brother of Mrs. Vivian King Steel* Mo.; Tommy Dwayne Prince, son of Air. and Mrs. Carl Homer Prince, R oule 3, and Elbert Ray Rjgsby _ ^ sgn ^ ^ ^ tlbert Ray Rigsby, 2-125 Peabody. RADIOMAN-Eddie Paul Gilliss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin P. Gilliss, 325 Dougan, is currently undergoing 24 weeks of radio ;ommunicalions train- Ing at U. S. Naval Training Center, San Diego, Calif. NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI .COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OP William A. Jolhff, Sr., deceased Last known address of decedent: Mainla, Arkansas. . Date of death: March 27, 1959. An instrument dated March 31, 1*55, was on the 3rd day of April, 1*59, admitted to probate as the IN MASSACHUSETTS — Pvt. Larry Burgeson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burgeson, 517 S. Lake, is presently stationed at Ft. Devens, Mass.i where he is attending Army Security Agency school. last will of the above named decedent, and the undersigned have been appointed executors thereun- der. A contest of the probate of !lie \vifl can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons naving claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, to {he under- sjgned within six months from ths dale of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the eslate. IN SCHOOU-Airman Donald J. Tinker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer E..Tinker, 306 S. Division, has completed his initial basic training and is presently a 11 ending technical training course for supply specialists at Amarillo, Tex. This notice first published 9th day of April, 1959. CLYDE JOLL1FF, RUTH JOLLIFF SHOCKLEY, Executors P. 0. Box 548, Blytheville, Ark. c/o 0. Fendler, atty. Oscar Fendler, atty. for eslate 4/9-16 Tips For Sitters PORTSMOUTH, Ohio Wl - Firemen here are training babysitters. Disturbed by reports across the nation of youngsters meeting accidental death while in the custody of sitters, the firemen decided to leach first aid and fire safety. THURSDAY, APRIL 1«, 195« HAYS SHOPPING CENTER FRIDAY;SATURDAY & MONDAY Ladies Dresses Slashed In Price 29 — Reg. 22.98 Dresses 7— Reg. 14.98 Dresses 19 — R.g. 17.98 Dresses 6 — Reg. 24.98 Dresses 1 — Reg. 19.98 Dress 1 •— Reg. 39.98 Dress One Rack Dresses As Listed Above Your Choice While They Last Children's Dresses PRICE Spring Dresses For Sub-Teens 11 — Reg. 8.98 Dresses 5 — Reg. 10.98 Dresses 4 — Reg. 12.98 Dresses One Small Group As Listed Above Your Choice 19—Reg. 3.98 Dresses — 1.99 10 — Reg. 4.98 Dresses — 2.49 1 — Reg. 7.98 Dress — 3.99 5 — Reg. 5.98 Dresses — 2.99 3 — Reg. 2.98 Dresses — 1.49 Embroidered Sereda • Beige • Mint • Pink • Orchid • Lt. Blue • 46 Inches Wide Reg. 2.98 Per Yard Men's Wash-Wear SLACKS 6 98 New Spring and summer slacks by CAMPUS . . , for neater wear with leas care ... and thus more leisure time. Sizes 28 to 42. CAFE CURTAINS Low-Low Priced At Hays A Large Selection Of Indian Head And Polished Cotton Styles 2 98 Pair Valance Included MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Wash and wear by CAMPUS. Marvelous new fresh fabrics so easy to care for. S-M-L. 1.98-2.98 Men's White Sports Coats 6 only in 100% wool white. Excellent quality. Only one number each in the following sizes: 40 reg, 40 lon«r 41 Reg, 44 long, 44 Reg. They're terrific values at°this low price. $25 Values, While They Last $ 10 MEN'S SUMMER SUITS Three wily. Dacron and rayon. 40 reg . . 42 long . 46 reg. Regular $35 values 19.90 Shopping Center HOPSAQUE A Lowenstein's fashion fabric. Prints, and solids. 39 inches wide. Regular 1.29 yd. 89cyd. LADIES' NYLON HOSE Kasyer Brand. Broken size* and colors. Regular 1.35 and 1.65 2 pr* $1 2prs.$1

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