The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1953 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 9, 1953
Page 5
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THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1953 BLYTHEV1LLK (ARK.T COURIER NEW1 PAGE nn HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr. From Flint, Midi., Mrs. Jewel Samford and son, Stevie, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Donahue and son, Lenny, arrived Sunday to be with their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Iva Samford, who has been ill at her home Monday. Mrs. Samford was removed to Memphis Baptist hospital lor further treatment. Mrs. Etta HIgdon, former Holland resident, who moved several years ago to Mt. Zion, 111., accompanied her son, James Higdon and Mrs. Higdon here to spend several days with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Higdon continued on to Jonesboro. Ark., where th'ey spent the Easter holidays with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Clnrk. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Reynolds of the State Line were hosts Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cohoon and their three children, Ray Lavonne, Jerry and Charles Russel, for dinner and an egg hxmt following. Having spent the week-end here, Mr. «nd Mrs. Harold Maxwell and sons, Hal and Robert Clark, have returned to Paducah, Ky., after visiting the Joe Lesters and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Max Shelton and family in Steele. Mrs. Maxwell was formerly Miss Oma Dell McCrary. Mi', and Mrs. Howard Fields of St. Louis visited (lie tatters' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swindle Saturday and Sunday. At Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Taylor's Sunday were Mrs. Taylor's parent's Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Burress who recently have moved to near Campbell. Mo. Tlijs week Airman and Mrs. Glenwood Taylor of Camp Webb at Big Spring, Texas, are visiting and Mrs. Ernest McCrary and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Taylor. Easter dinner was served at Mr. and Mrs. Russell Little's home Sunday for relatives and friends of the , family. Present were Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Jenkins, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jenkins, Mrs. Bertha Ward, Miss Maggie Harber and Murphy Ward. Mrs. Etta Higdon, who was here over the week end with friends In Holland and Steele. wns nn overnight guest in the Little home. Mr. and Mrs. Max Parker attended the marriage Sunday afternoon of Miss Janet Dickinson of Blytheville and Thomas Lamar Wood of Byhalia, Miss., who exchanged vows at four o'clock at the I'irst Methodist Church in Blytheville. Delore* Purker wu one ot four of the attendants. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Bach and two daughters, Mary Francis and Margaret Ann, of Bantoul, 111., were guests of their parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Avis, the last five days. Seen last week In Memphis wore Mrs. Billie Joe Gatewood v , Mrs. Henry Neal, Virginia Holland and Qenevieve Avis. Mrs. Grace Edwards will arrive during the week end from Miami, where she has visited her daughter, Mrs. Bill Erlckson, and Email son since December. With Mrs. Edwards will be Mrs. John Wel- gand of Quito, Ecuador, and recently of Lakeland, Fla., who will remain here two weeks. Mrs. Weigand has very recently returned from Ecuador where, with her husband, she has lived several months. Included among the holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Issac McKay, Sr., were their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Blessing, and three children of St. Louis. Mrs. 'Lawrence Stivers Is ill at For Athlete's Foot, a Keratolytic Is a Must What Is a keraiolytlc An spent that deadens tliff infected skin. It then peels off. exposing more germs to its killing action. Get T-4-I., a keratolytir, at any drug store. If not pleased IN ONK HOt'K. your 40c back. Today at Kirby Bros. Drug Co. tat horn* having last week suffered two heart attacks. She will be confined to bed for several weeks. Jim Little is in Walls Hospital in Blythevillo where he will undergo surgery this week for ulcers of the stomach. With him are Mr. and Mrs. Ted Harris of St. Louis, who were visiting him and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Little when he became ill. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Utley and Mr. and Mrs. Murlon Utley and children were at Reelfoot Lake Sunday where they had a family (picnic and egg hunt with friends who joined them. Aaron Lanagan, Negro, son of John and Ella Mae Lanagan, Is en route home from combat zone in Korea where he has served In the Army for two years. LITTLE LIZ— Synthetics Not Miracles NEW YORK Wi-The term "miracle fiber" should be banned in connection with advertising of new synthetic textiles. Carl A. Setter- Strom told the Textile Distributors Institute. Setterstrom, sales manager of the textile fibers division of the Carbide and Carbon chemicals Co., said synthetic fibers are no more miraculous than a new metal alloy or a powerful gasoline. He snid nil are the products of chemical research; each has limitations, and each 1 must be improved or face obsolescence within 10 years. Doctor, Age 86, Still Practicing ROCHESTER, N. Y. (/P) — After 62 years of medical practice, Dr. Charles Reitz, 86, oldest practicing physician In the city, still puts In a full working day at his office and take emergency calls on weekends. He accounts for his vigor and appearance, which belies his DRUGGISIS RECOMMEND St.Joseph • ^•^••^•^•~ ASPIRIN \\ because ir's u ASPIRIN AT ITS BEST The happiest people are the ones with the most interesting troubles. • N» • The White Cross Plan • Hospitalization • Medical Protection • Accident & Health • Life Insurance See or Call S. P. COOK 2204 Birch Phone 2366 years, ilmply by taylnj, "Don't worry — don't hurry; that's all there is to it." Dr. Reltz put In 10 years of horse and buggy practice before he moved into the city and nought a one- cylinder Cadillac In 1800. Now he's delighted to see medicine in a tort of golden age of new discoveries to fight disease. He remembers when diseases like diphtheria. Influenza, pneumonia, diabetes and typhoid fever were generally considered fatal. Drug Stores Will Close Sunday Afternoons The following Drug Stores will be open Sundays from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. KIRBY BROS. BORUM'S KIRBY DRUG WOODS ROTHROCK OWENS CITY DRUG STORE SATIONAL VALUE! I'M amous ecfric Features. Wringer Washer ina Activator Action !e Automatic Drain Flume 8-Position Wrincier Balloon Robber Rolls JBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR OLD WASHING MACHINE! Pay as Little as 1 25 Per Week FARM TIRE SERVICE Immedialely-You Make First asy Pay Plan... We Carry Our in 30 Days! Paper Tire Service Headquarters NO Marathon Truck Tires 600x16 6 Ply 19.85 650x16 6 Ply 24.45 700x15 6 Ply 30.35 700x17 6 Ply 33.70 Marathon Passenger Tires fiOOi-16 . . . 4 Ply 12.05 (iV'Oxln ... 4 Ply M.95 710x15 ... 4 Ply Ifi.'Jf, 760x15 ... 4 Ply 18.95 TAPE... NO DELAY ... SHOP BY PHONE! Goodyear Gives You HIGHER Trade-In Allowances! GOOD^tAR SERVICE STORES 410 WEST MAIN BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. PHONE 2492

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