The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 29, 1950 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 29, 1950
Page 7
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THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1958 (ARK.) COUTCWR NEWS LUXORA NEWS By Mrs. G. C. Driver Mra. Lester Stephens' and daiiRh-. («r, Diane, returned last week from Shannon,, Mississippi, where they visited relatives. Miss Betty Bynum accompajiird them home, and is to b». their house'ior several weekn. lkM». Elaine Holbig of Sklllman, tvrev Jersey i.s visiting her parents, Mr. »nd Mrs. P. S. Stan field and her aister and family, Mrs. C. D. Smith. The P. S. Stanjield family held a picnic and family reunion Sunday at Walker ParV in Blytheville. Those 'attending were Mr. and Mr.?. Joe Mobley, find Mr.'and Mrs Per- Stanfield of Jonesboro, Mr. and guests of Mr. and Mrs T. L. Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. K. R. Began had as their aue.sts the past week end, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bieexe and son, Carter, of Benton, 111. Mr. anti Mrs. Bill Hanson and granddaughter, Carol Ami, of SI. L/nits, Mo. were recent visitors of Mrs. Hanson'.s brother and mother, ihe Rev. H. L. Robinson and Mrs. Robin.son. Mrs. Elmer Hall was hostess to her two table bridge club on Wednesday afternoon at her home. Mrs. Ray Whilmore and Mrs. Lester Stephens were guests. Mrs. Mrf,. Raymond Cecil and children ! whitmorc and Mrs. Clarence Craw- « 'li K II nf west Memphis. Mrs. Elaine FIol- hig of Skillman, N, j.; Mr. and Mrs. Sudie Cecil and Mr, and Mrs. J. S. Cecil. Sr. of Bassett, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond SUnfleld of Burdetle, Mr, and Mrs. Elmftr Cole and Mr, and Mrs. C. .D, Smith and children, of Luxora, ' Mr. and 'Mrs- Charles Ranicy and children, of Chicago, are visiting her.'parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. "Howard,-for several weeks. ; J Mr, and. Mrs. John Bhwcn. entertained .their canasta club, at their country home last Friday night. Mr. John Ford and Mrs. G. C, Driver were high score prize winners. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Utley of Smackover. Arkansas were week end guests of Mrs J. I. Mifflin. lr. and 'Mrs. G. C. Driver and Idreri and Mrs. Sue Brown were mphLv Visitors last wee!:. Mr. aijd Mrs. T. L. Stanlord hiva a* their house guests for iwo weeks I heir niecp. and nephew, Vick and Alice Barnett, of Monroe. L/i. Mrs. G. A. George, Jr. and son left. Wednesday for an extended visit with-her parents in Vicksburg. Mississippi. : Mi» Carolyn Howard is the guest. •of her grandmother, Mrs. John Martin, of Caruthersville for Rev-1 ernl weeks. - | Mr. and Mrs. T. L..Stanford -i[jent Istsf. week end in Dnrmott, Ark., visiting Mrs. Stanford's parents, Mr. and Mis. U. C. Rarnntt Mn and Mrs. Tom Call is aiid rtaURhter, Lalla Ann, hwe returned from'* recent trip to Detroit, Mich. Vhern Mr. ballw attended the'Na- tional Rotary meeting. They also visited her brother'and his family, Mr. and Mrs. William Lynch of .Flint. Mich. Their nephew, Butch, ,accompanied them home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs..George Leuchteteldl and daughter, Judy, of Benton, III. wer*' 'Hoiis'fguests over the week end of the Rev. H. L. Robinson and : his mother. • • . ' , Mr. ind'Mrs. Julius Barnett of PocRhontan wer« rec«Jtt house ford won high scorn prizes. Snow Se//s Sea Lions HERMOSA BEACH. Calif. (AP) — She sells sea lions by the sea shore. Her husband, who trains them, took an act on tour leaving half a dozen or so behind. "I either had to po 'fitto .business with the Hons or have them eat me out of house and home," Mr.s. Kay L. Snow explained. "I decided to .sell them. But when I started disposing of Ihptn I began yetting more requests than I could fill." She found a fisherman who agrend i to hunt them for her and "now ha.s ! an assured supply. Mast of her orders are from ?/«xs. TAKING A DIVE TO WORK—Al I'otrc pame, Ind., a caretaker clolhed m plastic diving suit cssccnUs i .to a ffermicidal solution after taking a shower to make cljubly s ire. he's of gGrms, l-« will emerge in a lank containing I ;c cages o' £";rm-rree animals to be used in research of heart disease, loolh c?cay n id possibly cm- cer. The project, known as LOflUKD, was recently dedicated at the University o 1 ! Jolre l?ame. - For Improved KIDNEY FUNCTION In a majority ol coses investigated In several hospitals and clinics, subnormal Kidney funclton was Improved, Bladder pain and discomfort reduced alter Ihe use o( Mounlain Valley Water. If your doctor has diagnosed your condition a; functional Kidney impairment this natural, untreated mineral waler may be very beneficial. Try ii [or a few weuks. It is delicious, pure-lasting, and may be consumed freely. Crosstown -Whiskey Shop Main & Division MountainYaUey J Water -—=—* fAVORfTE STRAIGHT BQURBOM Ttiis Whisky is 4 Yeats Old 8G Prool. EARLY TIMES DISTIUEKY CO. • LOUISVILLE 1, Kt. The Very Finest in DRY CLEANING Babies Chime'In KAST AURORA, N.Y. (AP) — slcal birlh notlcp.s are all the e In Kasl. Aurora o( Inle, thanks the amplified orgiin clilcnoA of ic First Presbyterian Chinch. The (tea belongs to the minister, ihe «v. H. Gibson Lewis, Jr. The prac- cal end Is handled by the church uaillst, Mr*. Fred D. Moi'fian. Mrs, Morgan plays a 10-m:p.uU> eciltil for each new arrival in the nrlsh. The chimes can be heard ver mast ol the village. "The Wcst- linster Chimes" usually starts off^ "Unwed by "Tlie Doxology," a uraery song to indicate a girl or a Toy, a hymn, R lullaby and "The tVe.shnin.stcr Chillies" afialn. The clue ior Rirl.s," .says Mrs. Morgan, "is usually 'Mary Ilnd A l*atnb' or 'Bo Prep.' f\>r ihP oy.s, It's 'farmer In The Ocll' or IK THE PROBATE COURT FOR THK CHICKASAWRA IllS'l'RICT OK MISS1S.S1ITI COUSTV, ARKANSAS IN '1'HK MATTER OK THE ESTATK OP C. A. niCHAJIIXS. DKCRASKIJ NOTIOK UK AI'I'OINTMKNT AS J:XI:CUTOK Last, known »<ldre.'.s or decedent: niythcville, Arkansas, dule o( death June IS, 19JO. an instrument dated May 31. 194!) wa.s on the 20th day I! of June. 1050 admitted to probate! ns the last will of the above mimed i decedent, and the undersigned has ' bren appointed Kxecutor thereun-; der. A of the probate of the ' will can be effected only by tiling a iii'tiiion wiltilti the time provided by law. 1 All persons having, claims I the estate must exhibit, them duly! verified to ihe imdcrsisnfd within * fix 16) months of Hie first public*!- i FACE SEVEN t-ton o( this notiee or they will b» forever barred and precluded /rorn any benefits In the e-stite. This notice /list, published June 21. 1950. Jewe Taylor, Executor t'o Holland and Taylor lionirn Buiiiijng, Blylhcville, He Roy Blue.' It I can, 1 try U> | " ~~ vork In a few bnrs of a .SOUR Hint will honor the thcr." Rent A Car. .. 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