The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 24, 1953 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 24, 1953
Page 6
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PAOI BIX BLTTHFttLLB (ARICJ COURIER N»WI FRIDAT, APRIL 14, IfW HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr. Given Hayride Friends of Mary Ann Biggs were Invited to a hayride Friday night •t the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Biggs. Early TV programs were enjoyed for a while followed by party games »nd dancing. The hayride was sponsored by the hostess' parents. A table set with trays heaped with food nml iced drinks were waiting to be •erved upon the return of the guests. Bridge Club Meets Wednesday night was the Town «nd Country Club's evening for several hours of bridge at Mrs. Miry Berry's home on the out- •klrte of Holland. High score pri/e was won by Mrs. Dana Cohoon, Mrs. Jmmita Coleman won second high; nnd bridge prize went to Mrs. Stella Hester. Mrs. Berry served a fruit cup, cake and coffee. Attend FFA Meet Tony and Jimmie Litlle, wms of Mr. and Mrs. Russell I.ittlc, and Bruce Martin, son of Mr. imcl Mrs. Pole Martin, will represent their Holland Future Farmer's Class in Columbia (his week when they will spend three days for iurther competition having won first place last Friday in advance shop work at n state meet in Cape Cirardeau. FFA Instructor Clifton Walker will accompany the boy«. Pcrionali Mrs. Freddio Collins Invited family nnd friends Sunday to a farewell dinner for her son, Clyde, who left Tuesday for St. Louis for induction into the Army. From out of town were Mr. and Mrs. A. H, Davis of Springfield, Mo., who were there for the week end; Mrs. Ludie Kay and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Collins of Stcele. For the past eight years, Clyde has been connected with O. B. Samford's general store. V/eek end, euesls at Mr. nml Mrs. Finis Cope's were Bobby Lancaster of Memphis and Pvt. Buddy Hicks of Camp Chaffoe. Bobby was a supper guest Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ncal's anil daughter, Ann. Billie Joe Gntcwood was in Southern Florida the past week on business matters and this week lie will remain in Chicago until Saturday. A week end guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Voris Workman was Miss Edna Ruth dray of Wardell, former Holland student, now teacher In the elementary grades in Wardell. Mrs. Grace Edwards arrived Friday with her friend, Mrs. John L. WelBand, from Miami, Fla., where Mrs. Edwards visited her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Erickson, and son since Christmas. Mrs. Edwards will remain here to live and Mrs. Wclgand j will make an extended visit with her nnd Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Crews. Miss Virginia Holland was, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holland, In Greenville, Tenn., last week. Holland, teacher of home economics in the prhonl here, makes her home with ihe Jim Avis family. Prom the Avis' household, Miss Ocnevieve Avis ! spent tlie week end with her t;is- i ter-in-Iaw. Mrs. Carl Avis, who lives in Joneshoro. Mrs. Annie Cohoon, Mrs. Helen Pritchard and son. James Keith, i Sharon Joe Cohoon and Mrs. Wil- lard Bradford made « memorial visit to .the Sikeston Wood Lawn Cemetery. From Memphis, Staff Sgt. and Mrs. Charles Parish were at home with Mrs. Parish's parents, the Nat Nunnerys, Saturday and Sunday. A baby son was born last week to Airman First Class and Mrs. L. D. Utley at the Methodist Hospital. Memphis. Ills name Is I 4 . p., Jr., and he <•< f"•'•• "" Mrs. Utley makes her home with Mr. and Mrs. mi . ents of her husband, while Mr. Utley is stationed at Wichita Fails, Texas. She was formerly Miss Mary Hevere of RIpley, Term. Lawrence Little and J. C. Little, Jr., returned Sunday from several days in St. Louis spent w'"i their father, Jim Little, Sr., who received surgery at tin.' Deaconess Hospital there last week. Mrs. Theadore Payne is home after recent surgery at Walls Hospital, Blytheville. Mrs. Iva Sam- lord li again home and Improving following treatment at Baptist Hospital In Memphis. Mrs. Lawrence Stivers Is much better after several weeks confinement following two heart attacks. Mrs. Clell Waldrop is home after a short vacation trip to Oklahoma City with her husband who attended to business there. Among Hollanders this week at What I Would Do If I Were the Devil (see back page) Memphis' medical center for overnight observation and brief treatment Is Mrs. Arnold Moon. Mr. Moon accompanied her. "World's Root" Tibet has an average elevation of 16, feet above sea level and often is called "the roof of the world." Even the valleys of this SYLVANIA Radio-TV Sales & Service CBS-COLUMBIA Electronic Lab 110 W. Walnut Ph. 2441 — Nile 6076 mountain - enclosed tableland He higher than the mountains of moit countries. GAS Installation l!/," Black Pipe 1" Black Pipe %•• Black Pipe V," Black Pipe J /i" palvanlzed Pipe . %" Galvanized Pipe . Ft. Z5c Ft. 19o Ft. 14o Ft. lie Ft. 13c Ft. lie GALV. & BLACK FITTINGS List Less 50% I"/, Gas Stop $2.05 1" Gas Slop Si-Si %" Gas Stop .$1.27 >A" Gas Stop $1.16 ORSBURN SUPPLY 1916 W. Main Ph. 3208 FITZPATRI , r —."- ^^ - = - - - ^ -= s - - -^ ^j *t watCne* "• . -*„.. np famei * ' . . » n mOKe ** •£^r rt 5 .s^ '-rir^^s -"T^ri- "^ n la n oHCOHO.T 1 oNAaj s = -rr?^-;T ^£. =:^^ = £ £1 £?• __•__*_ I - — — • —. —•—_ — r— ri^^-T^^^ _!."." i i'.'' • ' ••• ' -Il"l~I ^^ " " ' .J.M.—JS $3 DOWN $1 A WEEK PAY These Prices Good At Blytheville and Osceola ONLY .£», FITZPATRICKr $1 A WEEK FITZPATRICK JEWELERS in! Blytheville—122 W. Main Osceola—115 Hal.) Aye. "It Takes Only 3 Minutes To Open A Charge Account" Filzpatrick Jewelers, Blytheville and Osceola I Pleosa send me th« (ollowinfl wotchei ol 518.^5' ~Quontiry | lit Choice) I 2nd Choice | 3rd Choice > Pliu I'.l int. t«». 10% ttitrtl us Q Check D Money Order D Chorga Q C.O.D. New charge accounts please furnish employment gnd 2 referencei. 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