The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 12, 1956 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 12, 1956
Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVTLU5 (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIt 12, 19B6 HOLLAND NEWS B 7 Mr*. *i It At Men's Club Thursday nigh tbt evening was spent In discus- tlon of Pony and Little League teams lor summer vacation months. This Holland Men's Club will, together with help of the school, provide funds for installing more lights and enlarging the present diamond. Plans also were made for a ban Quet and entertainment for the basketball teams and cheer leaders. Mrs. Witt Smith, Mrs. Jerry Byassee and Miss Phylis Smith were hostesses Monday night to a wedding shower for Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Kenley, who were married late last month. The home economics room was the setting for the party where guests were entertained from eight until ten. ' Before her marriage, Mrs. Kenley was Shirley Rogers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rogers. Boy Scout Newt A wiener roast and hayride on the river, bank and an overnight camp-out were included in recent Scout recreational activities. Twelve new members have increased Ecout enrollment to 32. A scrap iron drive and sale of discarded test books have increased Scout funds $86. Marcus Harris is Scoutmaster. His assistants are Conrad Rench and Tony Little. Samford Club will leave Saturday on their annual club trip. They will be guests Saturday night of the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville and plan short tours of historical inter est from Nashville. C. B. rit« of Webb, Miss., .oa: accepted pastorate of Church o Christ where he held his first serv Ices Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Pit* were guests during Saturday and Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Raymond Hatley and Mr and Mrs. Porter Harris. They an making arrangements to move thi: week into the church pasWrium. Little Debra Ann, eight months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Avis, is receiving treatment for a heart ailment at Le Bonheur Hospital in Memphis where she will remain this week. Mr. and Mre. Ma Smith and family left Friday for a week-end in Nashville with Mr. and Mrs Luther Drummond. Mrs. Freddie Collins accompanied her sister-in-law, Mrs. Bessie Davis, of Caruthersville to Bryson City, N. C., last week where they attended funeral services of Mrs, Collln's brother, Alva H. Davis ; who succumbed to a heart attack while on a visit 'to his daughter's, Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Mitchell. Mr. Davis, who lived in Springfield, Mo., was reared In Holland-Steele community. In the Clifford Correll home dur Ing the last several days were Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Correll and Dor • We'll pick up prescriptions at your home or office, compound them and deliver tne'mediciaes—at DO extra charge. Make a note to call us next time! Woods Drug Store Phone POplar 3-4507 ROTHROCK DRUG STORE Remember us for prescriptions Paint Closeout Many Types Anil Colon 3 Price Hubbard Hardware LOOK AM DeKalb Seed | Corn—White or Yellow, while it lasts $Q50 <t Per Bn. Get your seed corn now white onr stock Is complete and remember more formers plant DeKalb than any *th«r Hy- brld teed corn. Your DeKalb Dealer HARDY SALES & SERVICE 105 Cl«*r Lake An. tile — PhoH t-*m is Correll of St. Louis; Judy Murphy of Bernle and Marie Correll of Mystic, Iowa. The Correll family paid visits to Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmie Corrells in Caruthersville where Mr. Correll is gradually recovering at his home from Injuries sustained recently while working on a high voltage line near that city. Visitors in the home of the L. A. Bridges the past few days were Mr. and Mrs. Duane Bridges and son of Osceola; Mr, and Mrs. Manley Bridges and daughter Judy of Wilson and Leonard Bridges, Jr., of Flint, Mich. Out of town visiting Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Patterson, Mrs. Robbie Bridgewater and baby Paula were guests of the Jim Millers and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bryant in Portageville. Houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Webb during the past week-end were Mr. and Mrs. Chilton Young and children of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cohoon and family were in Memphis Sunday to see H. L. Reynolds, a patient at Baptist Hospital, who has under gone surgery for removal of a tumor. Mr. Reynolds' condition is good. Mrs. Sadie Crews visited with Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds during the early part of his Illness, returning home Saturday, Rev. and Mrs. Harold Bailey and daughter and son Martha and Neal were Thursday and Friday guests of their fathers and grandfathers, Luther O'Neal of Princeton, Ind., and Arthur Bailey of Oakland City. Attending the exhibition game at Teaching Staff of School Resigns . BATB5V1LLE, Ark. (Pi— The 5- member teaching «taff at the Cord-Charlotte School ,in eastern Independence County resigned Tuesday, forcing the combination hish school and Junior high school to close. Classes resumed today, however, with a substitute staff including County School Supervisor Hugh Moore. Moore said the mass resignation was a result of "dissentlon" among teachers. He declined to elaborate. The dissension reportedly concerned plans for graduation exercises next week. Cord-Charlotte, like many rural schools, closes early to allow students to work at home: The school, located 20 miles east of here, has a itudent body of 104 Moore identified those who re signed as Supt. and Mrs. Oran Rogers of Cave City, E. C. Blevlni Carncll Brlttain and Mls« Irrrm Dean Forrester. Mr. and Mrs. Rodgers declined to comment. Only eight days were left In the school term when the tochers quit. Memphis Sunday afternoon were Cardinal Smith and son Jackie. Claude Samford, Claude Pritchard, Vorls Workman and Bobby Smith. Hooper Potts, living west of Holland, is in a serious condition at Chickasawba Hospital In Blytheville where he was taken Thursday with a heart attack. 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