The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 29, 1952 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 29, 1952
Page 2
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MOB TWO HOLLAND NEWS By Mr*. Ed Hampton, Jr. • Piano KMttal Set Mn. T. C. WUktns' class of severi music students will present a plono recital at eight o'clock Friday evening In the school auditorium, after a week ot Informal music presentation in the various homes of the student* attended by the parents only. Town and Country Club The Town and Country Club met Wednesday night for Us last evening of bridge until the Jail sca- • son. A buffet supper of fried chicken with salads, stuffed tomatoes, hob rolls, pie and coffee were brought by the guests. The eight club members were nil present. Mrs. Lewis Hester was hosless. Reunion Held At Mrs. Florence Graham's Sunday there was a reunion of twenty- two members, including children and grandchildren. These included Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Wllks of York, B. C.. Mr. and Mrs. Billic Wilson of West Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Talklngton of poplar Bluff, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Talk- lngton, Elmer Graham nntl son and Charley Talklngton, nil of near Cooler; Mr. and Mrs. Joe TalkiiiR- lon of Mathcws, Mo., Purvin Graham and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fowler of Holland, and five grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Wilks will be here throughout the week before returning to tliolr home. Homecoming Day i Sunday the Baptist Church will 1 celebrate Homecoming Day for resident and non-resident members. Regular morning services will be followed by a basket dinner and music in the afternoon by a Jonesboro male quartette. Personals Mrs. Grace Parsons of Somcrville, Tom., spent Thursday here with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Nor- bcrt Stirzaker. She was accompanied by Mrs, Joe Bonds, Mr. and Mrs. Stirzaker have instructed Jn the high school bands here and at Cooler respectively the past year. C. L. Miller has returned to join his wife after two years in St. Louis where he has worked. He will be employed by a furniture company in Blythevlllc. M/. and Mrs. V. M. Jones ant! three children of West Holland were guests Saturday and Sunday of Mrs. jonc's sister. Mr. and Mrs Eslll Nalle, of Elaine, Ark. Visiting friends here a short time Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Earls of Porlagcvllle, who had been dinner guest.*; in the Cecil Earls home In Blyllievllle. Mrs. uiji Michle of Mlcola was the guest of Mrs. Maud Richard, Mrs. 'Wlllard Bradford of Haytl visited her mother, Mrs. Jim Cohoon, Mr. and Mrs E. s. Workman of Portnci;- ville were In tbo Dewcy Kcnlcy home, Mrs. Aaron Taylor will enter Methodist Hospital in Memphis Sunday for treatment «nd possible operation for ulcers and a ton- CARK.) COUKTER rtUctomj. She will b* there a week. Arriving Saturday Mrs. Jack Crlddle and daughter, Hazel Jean, ot Houston, Texas, will visit their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Sam Workman, (or several days. Mrs. Beulah Cockretl was In BIythevllle Sunday visiting Mrs, Alma Scheers and Mrs. Leon Scheers. Also In the Scheers' home were Mrs. Jean Parish of Memphis and Miss Dorothy Ml/Mil of Jonesboro, a niece of Mrs. Cockrell. Here attending funeral, services lor Joe Howe, who was killed in sn automobile accident last week, were Mr. and Mrs. Dock Stinnett and Mrs. June Stinnett of Slkcs- lon; Mrs. Ida Hogue of Bcrnle, Mo.; Mrs. Berlha Lee Howe nnd daughter, Lollys, of Corcoran Calif.; and Billy Dene Croslow of Cincinnati. Mrs. Jcatine Booker Is leaving loday for St. Louis where she will Join her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Allen, to go to a slsler's, Mrs Blllle Bell, of West Frankfort. III. Another sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hnrrltlon and family of Detroit, arc visiting the Dells in West Frankfort for a reunion of the Allen family. Christina Utlcy, daughter of Mrs. Dorothy Harris, of Pcrrvvlllc, Mo., cnme last week to spend the Bummer months v/lth her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Porter Harris, nnd family. Miss PnUi Ulley, student at Columbia, will come Saturday for a. week here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. clarence Utlcy before returning for a summer term of school. Wilh the teachers in Ihc clemeij- tary grades: Miss Beulah Hardosty of the first grade will attend Arleansu State College for a five-weeks lerm. Mi»s voris Workman of the first grade, will remain hom« for the summer. .Mtais Maggie Harber, of the second grade, will vacation with a »ls- ter, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. May In Memphis. Mrs. Ocorge Spence, of the second grade, will attend •ummer school In Jonesboro. Miss Ocnevlcve Avis, third grade instructor, will be home . Mrs. Russel Cohoon, of the third and fourth, will also remain home. Joe Lester .of the nlxlh grade, will attend school at Jonesboro for a shorl lerm. Mrs. Clovls Fowler, seventh grade sponsor, will remain home. Mrs. Clarence Utley. eighth grade, and Mr. Uttey, principal of the grade school, will tour thru the south and west during the vacation period. • * * In high school: Supt. L. N. Kinder, with his wife, will remain home through the summer. Norbert, Stirzaker, band Instruc- •tor, will leave June 12th for «ery- ice Jn the army. He will report to ht« home at Loraln, Ohio. Mis* Dorothy Susan Tkacs of Elyria. Ohio and Murray, Ky., will replace him. Clifton Walder, vocational agriculture,, will go to Columbia University. Hla wife and small aon will accompany him. MUs Virginia Holland, home economics Instructor, will spend the summer in her home In eastern Tennessee. Dee Bonner, athletic coach, will CONCRETE CULVERT TILE SfcM u» to 31 In. Corrugated Metal Culrerti 8l-f»s up to 84 In. A. H. WEBB Automatic Flntid (inln Conrnle i Septlo Tinki Sewtr Tile Best Prlcn vYe Deliver Hiibwi, «l ,( gtaU LIB. FhOM 114 Get The Best AUTO REPAIRING Factory-trained mechanic* »lnz genuine parti are your assurance of dependable Mrvl.ct whin yo« brinK your car to T. I. Seay Motor Co. . . on Main Street. Try our friendly «ervlce next time! T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrjsltr-Plymouth Dealer 121 E. Main Ph.n« zm be in St, Louis and Tens thla summer, I". C. Purviance, sclenct, will assist his step-son Morgan Durrett Braswell. of DeWitt, Ark,, in editing a centennial paper, the DeWllt "Era Enterprise." '1HUKSPAY, MAT », !9H •nd Mn. Ralph Braiwell, sporuor, of the wnlors and Junior* and teachen in commercial work, EnglUh and ipeech, are rwlgnlne their position here. They will each attend aummer school. Mrs. Miss Wand* But Davidson of Jonw- boro. Dolan Rogers of Sard to, Term, will replace Mr. Braswell. The highest human habitation! I m u , .. ^ l will be replaced by «i are " l)out >bov « DONTMISS the Shrine J5S()» Ceremonial CM, mmi SATURDAY, MAY 31st Parade Begins at 11 a.m. Be on time! The parade will begin at Lilly & Main and will move west on Main to Fifth Street; North on 5th tO ( Walnut and East on Walnut to 2nd Street. Plan now to see this great Shrine Ceremonial Parade! You'll SEE The MEMPHIS ORIENTAL li A N I), MILUNGTON, Te.nn. NAVY HAND, a BUCKING CAR that out-bucks any Texas steer, lilylheville Citizens in a DOG CAGE, FISHING ON MAIN STREET, NEWLY MARRIED COUPLE, and many other features. MENT! Goodyear Delivers Your W Washer NOW... SAVE TIME! SAVE MONEY! NEW WRINGER WASHER SO Days! GE "Activator" Action Adjustable Deluxe Wringer Perma-Drive Mechanism 8 Lb. Capacity Gleaming White Enamel 1-Yr. Warranty »-wU. 75 A WEEK 600 x 16 TRUCK HI-M1LER TIRES 28 95 Plus tax Liberal Trade In Allowance Easy Terms We Carry Our Own Paper Tire Service Headquarters LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES!

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