The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1955 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1955 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN Mr. mild Mrs. John Edwards, Mrs. R. C. Whitney and Miss Inez Whitney were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Diet Dugger In Deer- Ing. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Laughry and ton and Mrs. Ida Laughry of Amarillo, Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ballard of Walnut Ridge were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dial Bal- Inrd Thursday. Mrs. Betty Edrington of Houston was a guest of Mrs. W. E. Lawhorn and daughter Martha Ann Tuesday night. Mrs. Dial Ballard, Mrs. Glenn Ray Farmer, Mrs. Cly Farmer, Mrs. Dan While and daughter Marcia were in Memphis Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. Frank Smith of Flint. Mich., are here visiting Mr Smith's brothers. Harvey Smith and Howard Smith of Blytheville; and his sister, Mrs. Herman Williams, and Mrs. Reed Threlkeld of Manila. Mrs. Martin Walker and daughters Martie, Pat, Rila and Kay were visiting over the week end at Chalybeate, Miss. Mrs. Artimas Holt and children Phil. Kerry, and Lyle of St. Louis are here visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Williams. Tnerold Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Martin, left Monday for Chicago, where he is working. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Yarbro of Chicago were recent visitors of Mr. Yarbro's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Yarbro. R. L. Hallmark and daughters Debbie Jean and Claudel left Tues- State to Advertise Land Soon LITTLE ROCK Vfl — Thirty-two acres of land and an abandoned building near Hot Springs — a gift to the Slate of Arkansas from the Westinghouse Corp. — will be advertised for snle soon. William P. Rock, director of the Arkansas Industrial Development Commission, said yesterday that the property had been appraised, but he said that appraisal price must be approved by Gov. Orval Faubus. Westinghouse started to establish an electric light bulb plant on the site in 1953, but abandoned the project. The firm gave the property to the state in late 1953. Rock said . that the property would be advertised over a 30-day period in the Wall Street Journal and in state papers. Proceeds of the sale will be used to make loans to local Industrial development corporations. The 1955 Legislature granted the commission authority to dispose of the property. It was appraised by a special committee appointed by Faubus. The figure established by the committee has not been disclosed. A small lump of sugar, a half- teaspoon of baking soda, a little salt, or a few pieces of white soap added to the water helps to keep cut flowers fresh . Clothing Thief Offered Reward OKLAHOMA CITY M— A Kansas City bridegroom Is offering a reward to a thief who just about ruined a honeymoon trip to California. The honeymooning couple, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Sharick, stopped at an Oklahoma City restaurant Tuesday. While they were eating, a burglar ransacked their auto and stole $1,000 worth of clothing — including the bride's wedding trousseau. Sharick announced later he won't prosecute if the clothes are returned. He'll even give a reward. "We are deseprate," he admitted. Police Confiscate Narcotic Cache PHILADELPHIA (ffl — A massed force of 250 Philadelphia policemen, backed by agents of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and state law enforcement officers, yesterday staged a series of raids that brought into their dragnet 100 persons accused of using, selling or otherwise dealing in narcotics. Six of those seized and charged were women. Twenty other persons were held for questioning and further investigation. The raids — extending evqp to Horsham, Pa., where one suspected dope violator now lives — were organized weeks in advance and carried out in the early morning hours yesterday with clockwork precision. PLYMOUTH'S NEW BELVEDERE — Pfy- mouth's Belvedere four-door sedan is one of 15 models in the company's 1956 line of cars. Many safety features are standard equipment this year. Push-button driving Is another innovation. It may be seen tomorrow at T. I. Seay Motor Co., 61 Motor Co., and Motor Sales Co. day for their home in Batesville after visiting their daughter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Holloway, Jr Lt. and Mrs. Jack Burgett, of Camp Chaffee, and Mr. arid Mrs. Guy Whitney of Leachville, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Whitney and daughters Wanda and Maxine and Tommie Hatcher were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Caery and daughter Trudene when they entertained with a supper honoring their son and brother, Junior Caery. who is leaving for Bakersfield, Calif., this week. were supper guests oi Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Homer Tuesday nighi. . They came especially to help celebrate Mrs. Horner's birthday, and the boys brought their grandmother a large birthday cake. The cake was iced in while and trimmed with pink rosebuds and green leaves and across the top was written "Happy Birthday, Grandmother." Other guests to drop in were Mrs. W. E. La whom. Martha Ann Lawhorn and their guest, Mrs. Betty Edrington. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Johns and Among the new officers of the Arsons David, Hugh and Steven, Jr., kansas Real Estate Association elected last week in convention at Hot Springs was Mrs. Ruth Shockley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Jolliff of Manila. Mrs. Shockley, who has a real estate office in Hot Springs, was elected a director. Rev. Harold Spence, pastor of First Methodist Church, is conducting: a series of services at the Methodist Church in Horatio this week. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Pox of Hot Springs, who have been visiting their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Robbins, for the pasi two weeks, were accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. Bobbin and family who spent last week end with them. 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