The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 4, 1953 · Page 9
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THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1953 BLYTHEVTLLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINE HOLLAND NEWS By Mm Ed Hampton, Jr. Taking a summers' holiday in I Miami Beach are Jerry and Ray I Lavonne Cohoon, daughters at Mr I and Mrs. Charles Cohoon, and Mar- 1 tha and Judy Cohoon, whose par- I ents are Mr. and Mrs. Russell Co- 1 boon. They girls are leaving this I week by car with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. | Reynolds, their aunt and uncle. From Flint, Mich. Mr. and Mrs, I Leonard Richard and little Tommie 1 Ruff arrived Monday to visit in Jiolland with Mr. Richard's mother, I Mrs. Maud Richard, and aunt, Mrs ] Grace Thompson, the Ed Hampton family, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Richard of Steele and Jimmie Richard and Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Pinkstoh Hayti. They will leave (or their I home today (Thursday). In Los Angeles, Calif., Mrs. Henry I Keal and son and daughter Bobby I and Ann are visiting with then I parents and grandparents, Mr. and •5. Garrett, who moved away two I years ago. Accompanying the Neal family were Mr. and Mrs. Harley I Carrett of Memphis and their chil- I dren. They will stay another two I weeks. Clovis Fowler, room 634 at the | Baptist Hospital in Memphis continues to improve after a Drain I operation performed recently lol- I lowing presumably eelf-infiicted bullet wound. Oarvin Wilson Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Guy Wilson in Peoria, 111., I indefinitely and perhaps will ex[ tend his trip to Flint for a few days • ih a sister Mrs. Ludie Kenley. Max Sherwood received honor- ile discharge May 27 after two ars service in the States. Most his service time Was spent at I Fort Bennlng, Ga., where he was I a mail clerk in Officer Candidate I School. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sherwood. Visiting him | E'lnday were Mr. and Mrs. Price I Tatem and Mrs. Patsy Dowdy and [ son. Butch of Memphis. This week Mrs. Pat Nunnery Is I remaining with her daughter Mrs. Charles Parrish in Memphis who is undergoing minor surgery at the I Methodist Hospital. Out-of-towners here for the week I are Mr. and Mrs, Hershell Ballard and two sons, Johnnie and Tommie, of Oklahoma City, who are guests of Mrs. Ballard's mother, Mrs. Sam Ward. Mrs. Ballard is | the former Miss Dorothy Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Utley of Steele have vacationed a week in Detroit with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Girskis, Mrsi Lucille Crice and other relatives. Sunday at the Virgil Utleys were were Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Harrison of Sikeston and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Oakley of New Madrid, parents of Mrs. Utley, Mrs. Fred Coplin of New Madrid and Mrs. Webber of 'Poplar Bluff. Mrs. Coplin and Mrs. Webber were en route to Memphis where they left by plane for San Diego to see their son and daughter, .Seaman and Mrs. Gene Coplin. Arriving Sunday Mrs. W. E. Criddle and daughter, Hazel Jean, of San Antonio, Texas, will be the guests of Mrs. Florence Workman this week. She will also visit among brothers and sisters in Holland, Portageville, Neosha and Risco. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Correl! of St. Louis were here last week end with the C. B. Corrells. Kenneth Weaver left Monday to return to Norfolk, Virginia where he is stationed with the Navy. He and Mi's. Weaver, the former Jennie Sue Pritchard, were visiting their parents Mr. and Mrs. Otto Weaver of Steele and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pritchard here. Recently arrived in the Slates Lt. Col v Munce Pique has Joined his wife and two small sons who have been at her mother's, Mrs. A. W. Phillips, for several months ,Lt. Col. Pique will be stationed at Maxwell Field near Montgomery. Ala., where his family will be with him for the next five months. Mrs. Sam Kenley and sons, Jackie and Sammie, and granddaughter, Dora Cohoon, left over the weekend ! to be with Mrs. Kenley's daughter and family. Memorial Day was an occasion for a Lester family reunion of sons, | daughters and friends who met here with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lester. Those who came were Mr. and Mrs. John Van Hoy, Mrs. Gertrude Lester, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Green and family all of Poplar Bluff; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Chunn of Stork City, Mo.; and Mrs. Dora Wallace of Lenton, Mo. Visiting her sister in Chicago, Mrs. Florine Samford left early this week for Chicago where she is guest of Mrs. Leila Samford and other relatives. India Seeks Mid-East Oil NEW DELHI W)—India will explore possibilities of purchasing crude oil in Southeast Asia for the projected Caltex oil Refinery on the East Indian coast at Vishaka- patnam, production minister K. C. Reddy says. He added that Middle Eastern oil woul rove nearest for ne\v refineries under construction In Bombay Harbor. India will save $21.000,000 annually in foreign exchange through the refineries, Deputy Commerce Minister D. p. Karmarkar says. DOUAR-W1SE? THEN IT'S MAYTAG FOR YOUl Adanu Appliance Co. 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