The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 20, 1956 · Page 3
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FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1956 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PACK THREE Mr. and Mrs. Mickey MoArthur and children of Lepanto spent several days last week here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Chaplain spent Sunday at Corning as guests of their son, Billy L. Yates, and family. Mrs. Keith Taff spent the \veek- end in Lepanto visiting'relatives. A/2c Granville Sornson from Topeka, Kans., arrived the past week for a 30-day leave here with relatives before leaving for Africa. Mrs. Clarence East of Memphis is visiting relatives here for several days. The juniors of Dyess High School will honor the seniors with a banquet and prom Friday night. A-'2c Ray ana Clay Jones left over the weekend for Springfield, Mo., after a 30-day visit here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Jones. Mrs. Clyde Daniels spent the weekend in Memphis as guest of her mother-in-law, Mrs. Ralph Clark. Pfc. Buddy Vaughn left Sunday for Fort Knox, Ky., from where he will go to Japan. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Holland of Dyess,, Mr.>and Mrs. Lynn Lowe of West Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Elliott of Memphis were on a fishing trip to Moon Lake over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cash and son Tom and Mrs. Jo Ann Ingle motored to Memphis Sunday. Mrs. Cash entered Baptist Hospital on Monday for treatment and Mr. Cash and son and Mrs. Ingle returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Passmore. stationed at Blytheville Air Force Base, were Sunday guests in the home of his uncle, Noah Passmore, and family. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Holland hon- ored Merrill Crawford with « birthday dinner in their home Wednesday night. Miss Ann Taff spent Wednesday and Thursday In Memphis with her sister, Miss Alice Ruth Taff. Mrs. Tom Park and Mrs. Lynn Cox were honored with a blue and pink shower at the home economic building Friday night. Harold Hayrien of Joiner and Miss Mary Ann Richmond of Dyess were married Wednesday in Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. Hershell Hale arid children motored to Maiden Sunday to attend the wedding of her niece, Miss Billy Jean Yates, to Buck Turner. Dean Nichols, son of Mr. .and Mrs. A. G. Nichols, and Miss Joyce Harrison, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Jim Harrison, were united in marriage Monday night, April 9. at the bride's home in Dyess with the Rev. J. C. Mitchell I officiating. ! Mrs. Dimple Young spent the weekend in West Memphis as guest i of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Priest. •! Mr. and Mrs. Eldridge Ford and! sons Larry and Ronnie of Wilson | i spent Sunday here with her par-; ' ents. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Har-1 graves. i Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Warhurst and children of Memphis spent the | ! weekend here with relatives. < I James Martindale and J. C. Loyd ; of New Orleans spent the weekend : i here with relatives. ! Mrs. Billy Garey and children were Saturday guests of her sister, Mrs. Mahlon McPatridge. at Has-; sett. Emery Hall and Pete Rogers, students at Senatobia Junior College. spent the weekend here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Sornson spent the weekend at West Plains, Mo., visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Matney, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Glover spent Thursday in Hayti, Mo., visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee have moved to Texas to make their home. Miss Nina Jean Peterson of Blytheville spent the weekend here visiting her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Garrison and son Glen of Jackson, Miss., spent the weekend here as guests of her parents, Sir. and Mrs. John Harris. Mrs. Jack Marshell motored to Deerlng, Mo., Sunday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lindsey. She went especially to motor her children, Mike and Jane, home. They had spent a «'eek with their grandparents. John Harris Is vacationing In Kansas City, Mo., with relatives. Harold Williams of Millington, Tenn., left Thursday after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Williams. He is stationed at the Naval baset here. Miss Mary Katherlne Harris returned to Memphis Sunday after spending a week nt home recuperating from the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Tat Bin-field and children of Helena spent the weekend here with relatives. Misses Mnry Lou Richmond and Betty Thompson spent Sunday In Piggott with friends. A race in which horses are entered before they are born is] called a tuiuruy race. Chaffee Head May Retire FT. CHAFFEE, Ark. I.T) - MaJ. Qen. William H. Colbern. commander of Ft, Chaffee, said yesterday he has applied for retirement effective June 30. At Washington, the Army announced that his successor will be Brig. Oen. Thomas W. Dunn, who now Is deputy commandant ol the Army War College at Carlisle Bar- Paint Closeout Man? Typ«s Ani C*I»n i Price Hubbard Hardware buy the bird that's Another First For ACRONIZED PURNELL'S PRIDE As Alwoys- U. 5. INSPECTED . . . For your Family's Health Protection — Frying Chicken And NOW! U.S. GRADED . . . Your Guarantee of Consistent Quality. Distributed by NUNN PROVISION CO. Blytheville, Ark. racks. Pa, Oen. Colliern said he would live at Chester, Ark., a community about 30 miles north of PI. Chaffee, after his retirement. Read Courier News Classified Ads, Timely Gifts for DAD! A WIEK 17-JEWEL EXPANSION (AND WATCH «'«k 51.50 » Week $4975 *71 50 rim Federal n DREIFUS iM'l llniilii.s W, Wear Diamonds ROSE SALES GO. 1916 - 1H8 West Main Blytheville, Ark. — Our New Location — Phone 3-4596 S A L LOOK WHAT BARGAINS E JUST MOVED TO NEW LOCATION WITH LARGE DRY GOODS STOCK Men's Haines shorts, undershirts, Tufnut pants, shirts, Men's dress slacks^ fine quality socks, Tufnut dungarees. Ladies' hosiery, slips, panties, blouses, anklets, gowns. Many other items in ladies wear. . . Children's Tufnut blue jeans, dungarees, dress and khaki slacks, 300 pair childrens shoes, all good brands. Large stock of ladie's shoes, Men's work shoes, Children's sport shirts, Baby clothing, Men's jumpers and overalls, and hundred's of other clothing items. To Our Many Friends and Customers, Bud has added buying power to his store by adding his friend from Kennett, Mo. Bob Nelson. Come on out to Rose Sale Co. and see the bargains throughout the store. EXTRA SPECIAL-THIS WEEK ONLY Beautiful picture, large, small for factor price! Used washing machine, beds, springs mattress, television, couch, chairs, end tables, chest. A lot of new furniture below wholesale price. Our prices will surprise you. "Bud" and "Bob" buys to sell FAST for cash. liARDWARE-APPLIANCES-TOOLS-DISHES All this merchandise bought in lots or close out. It's a treat to visit Buds. Some place, some- w ..ere, someone wants what you have, we will buy it or sell it for you ... WANTED USED FURNITURE — This Merchandise Priced To Sell —• ROSE SALES COMPANY To The Boys At the Base' TRADE WITH "BUD" He'll Save You Money. Why? Because He Buys Close Out Store --- 1916-1918 W. Main Phone 3-4596

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