The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 18, 1953 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1953 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVE HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr. Prom MlcWgan visiting In Missouri recently were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd (Sparkle) Michle of Holly, Mich., who wers week-ending here among relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lester, Mrs. Lynn Green of Steele and the Guss Coopers In Cooter. Returning with the Michies was Sherry Riddtck, daughter of Mrs. Bill Lester, who will spend several weeks in the northern state before coming back in July. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Booker and sons, Rockie and Lyndle, left Wednesday for Flint, Mich., to see their son, Jerry, and to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crawford a few days before continuing their journey to Alaska where they plan to spend the summer months. With the Booker family was Garvin Wilson who accompanied them to Flint and will remain there for several months where he is engaged in construction work. Mrs. Kenneth Berry and son, Kenny, Jr., left by car Monday accompanied by Mrs. Chris Wintzell and daughter, Margaret Louise, of Cooter to see Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elly and their new, born son in Fort Bragg. N. C. Mrs. Elly was formerly Miss Helen McCanns of Cooter. Paula Reardon, daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Moon, is visiting a fortnight at Cedar Lodge, a summer camp near Doniphan, Mo., with an uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Reardon, and grandmother, Mrs. Reardon. From southern California Mr. and Mrs. Terrell Reardon are also guests of the Wilson Reardons at Cedar Lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Myrick are home from Walls Hospital in Blytheville where they spent a week recuperating from a virus condition. At the Blytheville Hospital Mrs. Roy French has been a patient the past ten days for treatment of a ruptured spinal disc. She was brought home Tuesday, Airman Louis W. Northern is home for a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Northern, from Shephard Air Base at Wichita Falls, Texas. In Memphis for medical care and checkup during the past few days were Mrs. Joe Samford, H- L. Reynolds, Mrs. Arnold Moon, Mrs. Theodore Payne and Mrs. Aaron Taylor. Week-end guests at Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hicks' were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jorday and Mrs,' Harry Woods of Memphis. Illness shortened the vacation plans of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Reynolds who returned Friday after a brief stay at Miami Beach. Mr. Reynolds became ill a short time after their arrive! at the resort where they were guests at the fa- mous Cadillac Hotel. Ray Lavonne and Jerry Cohoon, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cohoon, and Martha and Juday Cohoon, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cohoon, were with the Reynolds. Leaving Holland, Mr. and Mrs. Max Parker and daughter Delores are moving this week to Keiser, Ark., their former home, where Mr. Parker will be associated with the Keiser Supply Co. Until recently he operated the Holland Drug Store. St. Louisians Mr. and Mrs. Warren Norrid and family visited during the week-end with his mother, Mrs. Lily Norrid. Little Betty Sue, Warren Jr., and Jim Benton Norrid will remain the summer with their grandmother. Within the churches: During Sunday services I. Miller of Blytheville, former Steele merchant, presented to Mrs. Ray Rey- j nolds a vacant lot in a Steele resi- , dential suburb for the Holland: Methodist Church, In memory of Mrs. Reynolds' mother, the late ; Mrs. John Cohoon. Mary Sue Robertson and Melba Wilifred are this week attending i summer assembly, a religious youth ] training recreation camp at Arcadia, Mo., sponsored by Missouri I Methodist churches. Truman House of Paragould, Ark., has commenced his pastorate duties ' at the Church of Christ which has j been without ministerial services, (or Mvtrtl Tin comparatively ntwly organized Church of God membership has increased to 50 with an average Sunday School attendance of 100. Services «ro now being held in the new cement block construction built by numbers of that church. Rev. Temple S. Houston and family of the Holland Baptist Church will leave the last of June for their former home place near Eldridge, Tenn. 'Due to ill health Rev. Temple will doscontfnue temporarily his service in the ministry. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac McKay, Sr., have had their daughters and grandchildren visiting in their country home during The past week. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Blessing and family of St. Louis and Mrs. C. L. Gestring and family of Forrest City were with the McKay Srs., and the Isaac McKay, Jrs. Byid Asks Billion Cut In Foreign Aid liy JACK BELL WASHINGTON (If) — Sen. Byrd (D-Va) said yesterday the Elsen- hower administration isn't going to come close to balancing the budget unless Congress cuts foreign aid drastically. / The Virginia senator added he doubts the lawmakers will get around to extending the excess profits tax as requested by President Eisenhower, a view shared by a finance committee colleague, Sen. George (D-Ga). "I don't think we are going to have nny ( n x bill thl» iesslon," 'George olwrved. Noting Mspuhower'6 estimate Hint failure to extend the excess profits levy for six months would cost the Treasury 800 million dollars, Byrtl Kaid he believes foreign aid spending should be reduced more than a billion Italians below the approximately sis billion dollar level now contemplated by the administration. Wiled. Four Korean civilian! <*ft In the raid and 21 were Injured. Bombs were dropped on the In- chou fuel storage area by "one or two .small enemy planes flying in from the west" the announcement ] said. 16 Hurt as Reds Bomb Inchon INCHON. Korea W)—The Army Mid yesterday 16 u. S. military personnel were injured in the Communist air bombing of this port city Tuesday ni^ht. The Army said no Americans were All persons having claim* against the caid Kfitato must exhibit them duly authenticated to the undersigned within six Months from the date of the first publication of this rfoMce, or tney shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefits in the said Mtat*. This Notice first uptoltehed J*a* 4, 1953. •Tnck F, Roblrtson, Martha Robinson Whltsltt, Administrators. 100-1 Hearn and 1031 We«t Walnut. Blvthevtlle, Arkansas. AAOX In West Blytheville Air Conditioned by Refrigeration Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat. Sun 1:00 Always A Double Feature THURS-FRI The Tanks Are Coming —PLUS— Bowery Boys in Gas House Kids Go West Pete Smith Comedy ON OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF SUMMER SKIR Reg. 1.98 Values Reg. 2.98 Values Reg. 3.98 Values Reg. 4.98 Values Reg. 5.98 Values Reg. 6.98 Values Reg. 7.98 Values $1.32 Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price Sale Price $3.34 Sale Price $4.01 <fc A A9 Sale Price CjS^.OO Sale Price $5.35 Shop Early for Best Selections! Sizes 22-38 CLARA'S SHOP 419 W. Main in Blytheville IN THE PROBATE COUTIT, CHK'KASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER of the estate of Dr. F. A, Robinson, deceased. Last address 1031 West Walnut Street, Blytheville, Arkansas. Died March 16th, 1953. On May 19th, the undersigned ! were appointed as Administrators of j the Estate of Dr. F. A. 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