The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 9, 1954 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 9, 1954
Page 9
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE NINE Ru/es Were Strict CLINTON, Mo. tf) — Lee Klutz of the loctl post office staff lifted an eyebrow when a letter arrived the other day addressed to Baird College, Clinton, requesting a catalogue. Answering, Klutr took it on himself to enlighten Harold Erinholtz of Ada, Okla., about the girl's school. mer without parental authorization. And man callers at the campus called forth at least one chaperon. For one thing, the rules were There were additional details, strict — girls were not permitted including the fact the school closed to correspond with young gentle-!50 years ago. cr 406 W. Main Phone 3-4591 SALE YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE ON RIVERSIDE HI-WAYS Save dollars during Wards great semiannual Truck Tire Sale—get famous Riversides at remarkably low prices. Built for over-the-highway runs. Flat tread with deep, ventilated buttresses is cool running. Deep, open "water-shedding" grooves reduce dangerous skids. Pre-dipped, double-insulated rayon- cord plies form an extra-strong carcass that will outwear the original tread end future recaps. In 15", 16", 20" sizes. Holland News By Mr*. Vori* Workman TIRE SIZE .6.50-16 7,00-15 7.50-20 8.25-20 PLY RATING 10 10 RIVERSIDE HI-WAY 18.45* 22.15* 42.45* 52.55* *Plus fxc/je Tax. Deluxe Hi-Way—"all-new" carcass,tread and design. "All-new" Super Cordura carcass is 20% stronger, 79% more resistant to flex-fatigue than ordinary rayon carcasses—thanks to Du Font's high- tenacity rayon yarn discovery. "All-new" tread—scientifically compounded with finest size carbon black—wears 25% longer than ordinary treads. "All-new" 5-rib design with deep zig-zag grooves for long even wear and more mileage. The Pemiscot County soft ball tournament at Holland ended Friday night with Wardell boys and Steele girls being champions. Holland boys and Wardell girls -came out in second place and Steele boys and Cooler girls in third place. • • * The Girl Scouts bad a "cook-out" Monday evening in the Cohoon woods, west of Holland. Their leaders, Mrs. Clail Jackson and Mrs. R. L. Rogers, accompanied them. • • * The Culbertson Homemakers Club met with Mrs. Sam Kenley last Thursday afternoon with 13 present. Guests present were Mrs. Board! Stivers, Mrs. Issac McKay and Mrs. Lucy Kifer. The afternoon was spent in finishing pictures in copper tooling. Mrs. Kenley, hostess, served chiffon cake, jello, openface sandwiches, potato chips and drinks for refreshments. * • * • The Holland Men's Club met Monday night in the agriculture building with Donald Long, president, presiding. Final arrangements were made for the Club's American Legio: queen entrant at the coming Count Fair. Miss Mary Jo Hampton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hampton Jr will represent the Holland Men Club. Joe Lester and Clarence Utle served refreshments to close th meet-ing. * * * Attending a Methodist W.S.C.J of the Poplar Bluff district at th Methodist church in Maiden Wed nesday were Mdmes. L. Berry, L N. Kinder, Theodore Kifer, L. Wil ferd and Homer Smith. The morning and afternoon pro grams centered on the presentation of the. study courses that are to be studied in the societies this com ing year. The district officers were presented and special music was enjoyed There was a luncheon at th church at the noon hour at which the different officers of the socie ties sat together in their specia groups. • • • Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Church o God in Holland for Thurman Norrid, 37, who died at Walls hopita early Sunday morning from gunshot wounds. Burial was in Mount Zion Ceme tery at Steele with German Funeral Home in charge. He is survived by his wife, and four daughters, Dana, Carolyn Barbara, and Janice, all of Hayti mother, Mrs. Lily Norrid of Holland; father, L. W. Norrid of St Louis; four brothers, Emanuel of Detroit, Warren of St. Louis, Gardner and Jim of Holland; a sister Mrs. Ethel Carrol of Zellwood, Fla.; and grandmother, Mrs. Amanda Fisher of Holland. * * * Word has been received from Mr and Mrs. N. B. Proffer, of Columbia, Mo., former Holland superintendent, of the death of their granddaughter, Yvonne, in the Veteran's hospital in Oxnard, Cal. The baby, who would have been one year old Sept. 13 has been confined in the hospital since last winter because of malignancy. Her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Max Proffer were with her at the time of her death. Burial was in California. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Norrid are parents of a baby girl born last week at Walls hospital. This is 406 W. Main Phone 3-4591 See Our Many Fine Selections Today REG. 139.93 2-PC. SUITE $99.88 During Ward* Spring Sale you get big savings on this handsome Sofa and matching Arm Chair. Mahogany finiih wood hand rests eliminate wear on beautiful rayon and mohair Jacquard frieze cover. Swirl pattern in choice of four colorj. Reversible spring-filled cushions. Reg. S239.95 2 piece Nylon Wool Frieze Suite.. • Reg- $239.95 2 piece Wool Frieze Suite Reg. $189.95 2 Piece Wool Frieze Suite $ 209 88 199 88 $ 179 88 Reg. $209.95 2 piece Wool Frieze Suite 69 88 Reg. $189.95 2 piece Wool Frieze Suite Reg. $229.95 2 piece Wool Frieze Suite '189 88 MANY OTHER BIG PRICE REDUCTIONS Open Evenings By Appointment their second girl "with the first five children being boys. MM. Lillie Non-id returned to St. Louis Monday night with her son, Warren, to enter Barnes hospital for turgery. Present at the reunion, Sunday, of the family of Mr. and Mrs. Porter Harris were their sons, P. K. of Wichita, Kansas, Pat of Stockton, Kan., Joe of Parma, Barton of Memphis, Marcus and wife of Seattle, Wash., and their daughters, Dorothy of St. Louis, Nina and family of Trumann, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Harris are spending two weeks here. Mrs. Iva Samford had as guests at a fish dinner, Saturday night, Mr .and Mrs. Frank Dunahoo and son, Mr. and Mrs. Irs, Zohner of Portageville, and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Samford and family of Holland. Mr. and Mrs. Dunahoo returned Sunday to their home in Flint, Michigan after a two week's visit here with relatives. | A/3c Daniel Wilferd is spending a 15 day leave here with his wife, ; Jerry, at Steele, and with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wilferd, j He is stationed at Sioux City, Iowa, and expects to leave for foreign service soon after his furlough. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Kinder visited relatives in Gordonville over the week end and attended the homecoming at Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Settles of Stuttgart were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Mirick Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Crews of St. Louis were Labor Day weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ij^y Crews who have recently moved to Holland. Mrs. Ray Crews is a second grade teacher and her husband is minister of the Huffman Baptist church. He will attend school in Jonesboro this fall. Entering the Southeast Missouri State College at Cape Girardeau Monday were Tony Little, Sammy and Raymond Kenley, and Lydel Brinkle. Doyle Majors" and family of Pe- oria, HI., returned to their home j and family were la Memphis Sun- Monday after spending the weekend with Mr. and Mri. J. E. Majors and family. Mr. and Mrs. Cardinal Smith day to visit Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. Fred Robert, and to take her to Manila to visit their mother, Mrs. Will Stokes. O^ cr 406 W. Main Phone 3-4591 NOW—WALLPAPER PASTE AT NO EXTRA CHARGE Now at Wards—get Wallpaper Paste free—all you need to hang the wallpaper you buy. 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Bermuda Shorts Reg. S2.49 $100 1 Final sale of Bermuda shorts and Pedal Pushers, I Buy several and save at this I low price. Sheet Blanket Reg- $2.49 1 80 x 95 white cotton sheet blanket. Reg. §1.29 Corduroy 67^ Wonderful buy for school clothes and many other uses. Large color assortment. Ladies Slips Reg. S2.9S $197 1 Ladies rayon acetate slips in white and pink. Complete size assortment. Corduroy Pants Reg. $4.79 3 Men's heavy weight cordu- oy pants. Complete sizes. Colors dark brown and green. Men's Nylon Shorts 97' 100% Dupont Nylon shorts n solids and fancv prints. Sizes 32-42 Men's Cargo Pants '2" Men's Olive Drab cargo pants. Roomy oversized pockets that will hold any thing and everything. Many fint Fall Solte- tiont can b« found now at Ward's.

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