The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 3, 1955 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1958 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THRE1 Parents' Pressure Delays Opening Of Many Schools BOSTON (AP) — More than 70 Massachusetts school committees — faced svith mounting parental anxiety over the polio situation — have postponed school opening dates despite state health officials' advice to the contrary. School boards, most of them in] hood over the summer ^ould not eastern Massachusetts, continued be worse oft if they went to school j *?**• Carl Moses, Sing A Song ot to hold emergency meetings, with their playmates from the Seasons: BrewUjn. A me,-, ca n New Books Are Added To Library The following book have been donated to the Blytheville Public Library as memorial books: In memory of Mrs, Thomas C. HOLLAND NEWS B; Mn. Ed Hampton, It Beasley: Mr., Mrs. B. A. Bugg; Mr., Mrs. Buford Young ; Concise Encyclopedia of Favorite Flowers; Johnson; Mr., Mrs. Verner Williams, A Second Treasury of the Familiar, Woods; Mr., Mrs. F. Simon, Mr., prompted not so much by fear that opening on time would help spread the disease but by growing pressure from parents. Parochial schools in general followed the decisions of the local and academies dates for fall rei announced ;istrations. later Postponements varied from one to two weeks. Football schedules in some com- were advanced several i Twelfth Night and Other Poems: Woods Mr., Mrs. L. E. Old, American Folk Songs for Christmas: Seegar, Mr.. Mrs. R. A. Nelson, Christmas Bells are Ringing: Brewton, Mrs. C. W. Ramey. The Emerald Ring: de Valera, Humorous Poetry for Children: Cole. The Twins in South America: Rooke. In memory of Mr. Robert E. Blaylock: Mr., Mrs. C. W. Afflick, Creed or Chaos: Bayers, Mr., Mrs. Floyd ry schools! A- White. Famous American Ath- forbid enrollment, of students) letesj ShHmarsh._ Mr.. Mrs. Bob- same area. In Rhode Island and New Hampshire school opening dates also were postponed. In Khode Island, Too Rhode Island communities, including Providence. Pawtucket and Woonsocket, announced delays. Affected so far are more than half the state's school population. State health officials, in New Hampshire advised 25 private A baby shower for Mrs. Ray I Nunnery, formerly Marilyn Frakes of Steele, was attended by some 40 friends of the Frakes and Nunnery families Wednesday. .The party setting was the country home of Mrs. Jeff Northern whose sister-in-law, Mrs. del! Wai- drop, assisted. Early blooming asters, mums and canterbury bells were attractively placed in Mrs. Northern's home. Baby gifts included .a complete layette of baby dainties. The hostess served a salad plat- be introduced by Norman Shain, master of ceremonies. Wnnda was selected to represent the Holland Future Homemakers of America. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Samford. Mary Jo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr., was chosen by the Holland Men's Club, her sponsors. Thirteen of the Samford Club members were on Kentucky Lake last week from Wednesday until Friday where they enjoyed their yearly club vacation camp. t er> yearly club vacation camp. Making the trip by cars they Mrs. Monroe Martin and Mrs. j toured the Kentucky State Park W. C.' Martin were co-hostesses to | and made a visit through Murray a wedding shower for Mrs. Bruce j State College, stopping enroute Martin Monday evening at the for- •. home in paducah. mer's home. ! The guests were entertained on j Mrs. Chester Brown instructed the front lawn where seats were i the Girl Scout troop last week in ~-~nr,rrnA n*.m1nr4 fl f n Mj» rtflleH Hl^h ffi!ln:S fin thf HPW PHI munitles •weeks, Pi Agl opei Massachusetts has reported 2,274 ! Wolleboro, N. H.. a lake Wiruii-j c arne to America: CavannahY Mr., cases of polio with 44 the lowest! pcsoukee resort community de- Mrs _ w . D . cilamblin. Wind. Storm number in a month feted vester-i ier « d openins of primary and sec-1 and Rain: TJ,,, stol . y of weather: dav . " | ondary schools tv/o weeks. j Miller: Mr.. Mrs. C. M. Abbott, Dr Roy Fecmster director of! The New England polio's total j Recreational Leaders' Handbook: the state's division of communi j ">•« yesterday to 3.034. compared K raus: ,.,>„„ rfi « n <« c*iri S rh™l nnminc! '™h Si3 cases on that date in 1954. death toll stood unofficially arranged around a table piled high with gifts for a bride and groom. The guest list included friends from Steele, Caruthersville and Blytheviile. The hostesses served sandwich tennis on the new court provided by the Holland Men's Club for school students. Future lessons will be provided for the troop until they are qualified tennis players. Other activities ! me nOSieSScS served saiiuvviuu ncu teums pictjci s. uuici A^U viijea I strips with a bouquet salad and the Scouts are engaging in are tube I soft drinks. painting and trinket making with I Before her recent marriage the copper. : honoree was Jackie Goggans, 1 Complete sets of necklace, ear- i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. j rings and bracelets are being pro- j Goggans. i duceri by ihe girls under the super- j They are making iheir home in j vifion of their leader, Mrs. Gene- Haines City, Pla., and are visiting i vieve Holly, and assistant leader. relatives here for a time. Mrs. Imogene Bailey. Ford,. a summer camp near Don!- phan. Before returning home they were guests of relations overnight in Coming, Ark., and visited the Arkansas State Park. Sunday guests at Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Griggs were Lee Twilla and daughter Mary Lee of Gosnell. Voris Workman and son Sammy j are in Columbia a day or so this | week where Sammy will register j for his first year enrollment at I Missouri University, j J. W. Pugh of Senath is here! with Mr. and Mrs. Harbert Pugh \ and family for the week. Tuesday | dinner guesis at the Pugh rcsi- ; dence included their guests, Win- i sto.n E. Burton and Truman House j After two weeks here with his: | parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nat Nun-, ! nery. Airman and Mrs. Ray Nun-; nary have returned to Langley Air; Force Base in Virginia. , j Mr, and Mrs. Lester Wllferd and i j daughter Patty Sue and Linda i i Jones Jones were at Bur Spring { I vacationing Friday, Saturday and : I Sunday. I i Pfc. Jim Fox of Detroit, who is 1 stationed near Memphis, spent the ! j week-end with Mr, and Mrs. John j ' Duvall and daughter Monda. t j Monday visitors with Mrs. Maud : I Richard were Mr. and Mrs. Ver-; I non Hichard of Martin, Tenn.. and j i Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Richard and j 'three children of Lansing, Mich.,} | who arrived earlier in the week at j | the Richard home in Martin. En-J i roi'te here they were guests of Or- \ \ ville Pinkston in Hayti and Mr.; ! and Mrs. A. W. Richards of Steele. I UJ N I (/) UJ h- -J > -TO FIT ALL UNITS- x AUGUST SPECIAL! While They Last! 1 TON DELUXE FLUSH MOUNT YORK ith Ther '255' Air Conditioner with Thermostat '00 Set in Window For COMPLETE INSTALLATION WITH SPECIAL WmrXG CIRCUIT .Kit _ Small Down Payment — 18 Mo$. to Pay U. m 79 r- N Charley's Electric Co. \ 113 S First St. — Phone PO 3-2993 r -TO FIT ALL UNITS- postponements would "have little effect" on the spread of polio and teachers, doctors and nurses. Dr. Samuel B. Kirkwood, state commissioner of public health, said that youngsters in nonpolio areas should not mix with those from areas of heavy incidence. But he pointed out that children who have been in one neighbor- NOTICE OF NEW ESTATES OX WHICH ADMINISTRATION HAS BEEN' COMMENCED Notice is hereby given that the following is a list of estates on which Letters Testamentary or of Administration were granted during the month of August, 1955 with the dale ol the issuance and the name and address of the administrator or executor. No. 2.331. Estate of A L. WhisOe, deceased, Leuer? te=- tameiitnry issued to Noel Winn Whistle. Rt. No. 1, Manila, Arkansas on August 9, 1955. No. 2.334. Estate of John Biy.tn Belew. deceased. Letters, of Administration issued to Billy Eugene Belew. 517 Lake Street, Blytheville. Ar- kunsas on August 19, 1955. No. 2.335, Estate of F. A. Rogers, deceased. Letters of Administration issued to Ila Rogers, Blytheville, Arkansas on Augrusl 17. 1955. No. 2.337. Estate of R. E. Blaylocic, dpcpfl?ccl. Letters testamentary issued to Marilyn BLiylock. Blyihevillc, Arkansas on August 29, 1955. No. I 1 .33.3. Estaif of Elsie Jones, deceived. Leuers of Administration issued to Roy Jones. R. 1. Leachville, Arkansas or, AU2UM 26. 1955. Witness my hand and seal a--, such Clerk this the isi day of Sop- tember, 1955. SEAL ELIZABETH BLYTHE PARKER. County & Probate Clerk. By RUTH C. BESS, Deputy Clerk. 9 3 i Wanda Samford and Mary Jo | Hampton, entries in the American Memory of Mr. Sam Bo wen: . Mr,, Mrs. John Featherstone, at 9 15 Davy Crockett's Slory: Crockett; i r ---- -State polio figures with corre-j Mr.. Mrs. Rex Warren & David. A I Legion Fair queen contest, spending totals for ihe date a year! Devotional Commentary of the Bi- a<r 0 - ble; Shergold: Miss Alice Marie Ivla-^achusetts 2,214-345: Connec-1 Ross, Wheels on the Chimney; ticut 299-154: New Hampshire 152- Brown. Mr.._Mrs. R. G. McGraw. Legion Fair queen contest, will er and sister birthday party Suii- I appear at the Triangle Boat Club day afternoon of Paul Daryl and 43; Vermont 59-15; Rhode Island 168-37; Maine 82-49. e , AI, Caruthersville Sunday in a . ', bathing suit revue to be presented ' at 2 p.m. amerourv Taies: unaucer; I Ail twenty-seven queen contes- ln memory of Mrs. Lucy Brew- j tants throughout the county will Canterbury Tales: Chaucer; Catherine Rose 1*aylcr and Toni Rose Hampton attended tiie brother and sister birthday party Suii- Susan Elaine McAjiaJIy, children Of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Paul Me* Anally of Hayti, and cousins of Toni Rose. „ _.,^ j The party, given at the North cruiser San Souci, j Side Hayti Park, was attended by Mr., -Mrs. R. A. Nelson, Ten Brave Women: Daugheny; , ! In memory of Mr. Guy Burks. Sr.: Mrs. C. H. Whistle, Poems i Plays: Browning; Mr.. Mrs. Jack Owen. Hawaiian Wonder Tales: Wheeler: In memory of Mr. Clinton Cald- Mrs, E.. F. Blomeypr. How to Live 365 Days a Year: Schindler; to memory ot Mrs. Mary Cisco Girdley: Mr.. Mr?, Charles Moore. The Living Past of America: Vaader- bill. Jr.; Miss Alice Marie Ro»s. Courage of Sarah Noble: Deliesh: In memory of Mrs. Kiuie Laneasier: Mr.. Mrs. Chester CaldwelJ. j Complete Book of Table Decora- j tions: Levitt; Mrs. Grace Wiiks. ! Mr.. Mrs. R. B. Purvis. Gift From j the Sea: Lindbergh; Mr., Mrs. E. '"R. Mason & Cary, Crafts for Fun: | Perry; Mr.. Mrs. Floyd A. While. 1 Mr.. Mrs. Dick While. Antique Col— _ j lector's Manual: Yates; Mrs. F reportedly will be eased out of ! G. Reichel. To The One I Loved his office in an attempt !o stop i The Best: Bemelmans: Mrs. Lil- the Rinsings in French Moroc- i lian Bley Frank. The Costume co. Moroccans aie demanding j Book for Parties and Plays: Leem- the leturn of former Sultan Sidi | inp: Mohammed ben Youssef. I In memory of Mr. Frank A. Rog- owned by Mr. and Mrs. J. -; Hutchison of whom they will be ; They will proceed up the river to the Boat Chib where they will . Dixon. An Imro- duciion to Mature: -Kieran; Mr.. Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Jr., Grandfather Stories: Hopkins: Mr.. Mrs. 1 Robert I. Thompson, Landscaping i your Home: Duskin: ! In memory of Mr. Edgar C. ! Thompson: ! Mrs. C. H. Whistle, Gulliver's i Travels: Swift: 40 youngsters who shared in the large and small birthday cakes made for the four-year-old Paul Daryl and one-year-old Susan. The ftltier children were guests of the Joy Theatre after ihe party. Expected this week-end are Mr. and Mi's, Troy Ferris of Mobile, Ala., who will visit her parents. ?.Ir. and Mrs. Cardinal Smith. Before her recent marriage Mrs. Ferns was Talitha Smith. From St. Louis Mrs. Fern Coleman and Mrs. Jean Booker arrived Saturday 10 see Mrs. Nat Nunnery, who joined them on a week's trip .raveiS. owill. \\tiv jujueu LUCIM uii a \\CCR. s tup Mr., Mrs. C. M. Abbott. Peace 1 to San Antonio where they will vis- ! Wiih God: Graham; Flat Lake j it Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Coleman Demonstration Club. Faith Made They will return through Louisiana Them Champions: Peale; "" rt '~ ic '' - a ' rr "-^ 1 wniianH hm-= ^; a . In memory of Mrs. R. A. Wall: Mrs. Carroll Blakemore, The Home Decorator's Guide: Eusiis. nd visit several Holland boys stationed at Lackland air base. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey kenley have spent a week resting at Ringo i LEGAL NOTICE ; ; Pursuant to the provisions of '. • Probate Code Section 152 notice is [ •given that the accounts of the ad-' i ministration of the estates listed ; ; below have been filed on the dates • j shown by the named person rep-! i resentatives. j ; All interested persons are called i : on to file objecnons lo . such ac- j counts on or before the sixtieth day ' following ihe filing of the respec-1 i live accounts, failing which they ': will be barred forever from ex-; I cepiing to the accounts. \ ; No. 2.294. Estate of Rosa j Maynard. deceased. Final ao \ count of Perry G. Ballard, Executor Cited on August 3. 1955. i No. 2.296. Esiate of Charles | Birse. deceased. First and Fi! na! report of Frank C. Douglas. t Administrator filed on August j 4. 1955. No. 2,299. Esiate of Claura i Hornberger. deceased. Final j accoimi of Joe Hornberger. ex- j eeutor filed August 17, 1935. ! Witness my hand and seal as i such Clerk this the 1st day of Sep; lember, 1955. ' SEAL ; ELIZABETH BLVTHE PARKER. I County fr Probate Clerk, i By RUTH C. BESS. ! Deputy Clerk. 9 3 toi aches pains tuts, bruises, » n t » i colds headaches oires *nd sunji try Bob's Gypsy Rub Liniment C. G SMITH TROBDCT8 CO- •' HOW COSTLY? Your household contents add jp to more money Fhw yw Hiink. F«f- r&atz, silverwafs, clothes and aiectriciii 3pp!iances are worth big money. fte certain ttiit rw have ewugh firt msurance when fife strikes. Tfcit m*ght be toraoffw. NOBLE GILL AGENCY GLENCOE BLDG. 3-686S GOING OUT? 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