The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 6, 1953 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 6, 1953
Page 6
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J»AG!5 TEN BLYTHEVTLL15 (AKK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1988 HOLLAND NEWS Br Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr. H» BlrthiUjr P.rty Twtnty-five of the pre-school set •were invited to attend the party of Deborah Threnu, daughter of Mr «nd Mrs. Colemnn Threatt. Deborah wns five Saturday and her tiered cake held that many candles, »11 pink. Each guest was given pink for an indefinite time. Prior to Mrs. Waldrop's departure from San Pablo, her auut, Mrs Etta Steward of Henderson, Nev. and a former Holland resident, visited with her for two weeks. Billy Lee Steward of the Air Force Is stationed at a base in Henderson. Personals Each guest was given PUIR..F"- per hats and balloons.. Colored j Mrs. Georgia Strodes ol RU3- cones of ice cream were served so lville, Ark., has spent several with Individual cup cakes weeks with Mrs. Bill Sherwood, lemonade and soft drinks. From Mrs. Violet Tatem in Memphis and out-of-town were Paula Still, Becky ] corbett Strodes of Braggadocio, Kurtner, Randy McDanlel, Terri returning to her home Wednesday. Thompson, Jo Ann Poteet and Jan- Is Barnes all of Steele Bridge Club Meets Mrs Delie Utley was hostess this week for her bridge club which she entertained at the Enzorback and Included regular members, This week, Mrs. Sherwood, on vacation from Blythevllle, is in Memphis with her son. Max, visiting friends and shopping. Betty French ol St. Louis wns i home with her parents, Mr. and uuoeci icBumi .,, c ,,,M^.-| Mrs Roy French for a tho wek- »cd one guest, Mrs. Margarlto | end Mrs French, having been un- Parker of Reiser. Peach cobbler der n doc t ors cnre j or several was served with coffee. Mrs. Pauline TJtley won high honors' Mrs. Evelyn Moon, aecond high and Mrs. Parker, brklgo. Next week, Mrs. Kenneth Berry will entertain the club at her home. Students Entertained der a doctors care for several weeks, is improved. From Loxely, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hampton and daughter and son. Sherry and Blllie. arrived early Sunday at the Ed Rampton's where they remained overnight. Monday and Tuesday they were guests of grades on an evening's outing. After swimming, a picnic party was held in the park. Visit California. In early June, Mrs. Clell Wa. and daughter Clelda left with at Mr. and Mrs. Claude Samford's. Prank Wesley and Keith Leslie, were born Thursday afternoon at the Pemiscot County Memorial ildrop Hospital, Hayti. Both babies will h rel-1 remain under hospital care an- and daughter Clelda left with rel- remain unoer nospuaj care an- atives for San Pablo, Calif., where f other week, the mother having they have spent the intervening returned home Monday. Mrs. Sam-i Ciipp during the past several days wore the latter's sister, Mr. and Mrs. I'ete Young, and daughter, Cinyla Ann, of Golden City, Mo., who are visiting in the homes of the Elmer Lanes of Numher Nlnne, the Olln Johnsons of Steele and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kellem of Donton comunityj< A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fowler July 19th at Blythe-: villc Hospital. Their first child, he has been named, Charles David. Mrs. Fim'lor was Miss Goldia! Dunn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dunn, prior to her marlage. I'he Fowlers plan this week to move Into their recently constructed house near the Fowler [amity farm house south and west of inre, where they have resided with Mrs. Nora Fowler. In St. Louis over the week-end, Mrs. Freddie Collins received a medical examination at Barnes Hospital, Mrs. Graue Howards had '51 '52 'S3 NO FRENCH "TREAT"— Above Newsehart shows the rising cost of the war in French Indo-China. Starting in 1040, the cost was 5G5.7 million, but it gradually rose to $1.3 billion in 1052. The U. S. has shared 30 per cent of the cost, while France shared the biggest burden with 70 per cent. weeks with Mrs. Waldrop's brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Q. T. Prultt, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Pruitt and a former Missourians. W. D. Pruitt, father of the Pruitt family returned with his daughter and grand- ford was formerly Miss Betty Roberts of Caruthersvillc and the Samfords have three other children. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Cooper and daughter, Joan, attended week- ed witn nis aaugmer ana grana- uaugmer, juitn, »ii,unueu weea.- doughter to make his home here end ball games in St. Louis where hey were guests of Mrs. Cooper's rother. Karen Reginn Copland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Copeland of Memphis, is here for sevc ral days visiting with grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Brmkley. who were in Memphis last week. Karen will aim be the guest of the Aubry Copelanos. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gervis a routln* visionul check «nd Mr. and Mrs. Vorls Workman and son were guests of Mr. unrt Mrs. Randall Workman. Mrs. Nannie Porter h»l been ill for several days and remains confined at her home. Willys Owcru was brought home Saturday from Walls Hospital In Blythevllle where he has been a heart patient for three years. He Is the father of Mrs. Clovis Fowler, local elementary teacher. Dinner guests Sunnay in the R. E. L. Smith home were Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Kinder. - by Blythevllle Federal Savings 4l Loan Association. Dated this July 20th, 1953. Ocraldlne Listen, Clerk By Laverhe Ball, Deputy Marcus Evrard, atty for ptf. 7;30-8|6-13-20 WARNING ORDER Ezell Cothran and Mary Lee Cothran ,his wife, are warned to appear in the Chancery Court for the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within thirty days after the date hereof, to answer a complaint filed against them WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chirka- iwba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Helen Sportlello, Ptf. vs. No. U443 Louis Spornello, Dft- The defendant, Louis Sportiello, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answei the complaint of the plaintiff, Helen Sportiello. Dated this 14th day of July. 1953. Geraldine Listen, Clerk Claude F. Cooper, atty. NOTICE In thi Prob«t« Court of CJilcka- tawba District of MiMlMlppi County, Arkansas. Ill the Matter of tin Estate of Henry A. Ashbranner, deceased No. t\X Last known addresi of decedent. Manila, Arkansas. Date of death: April 52, 1963. The undersigned was appointed administratrix of the state of the above-named decedent on the 29th day of July, 1953. All persons having claims against 'the estate must exhibit them, duly verified, 19 the undersigned within elx months from the date of th« first publication ot thli notlct, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit In the estate- This notice first published KHh day of July, 1*91. Murla Ashhranner, Administratrix Manila, Arkansas Marcus Evrard, atty. for adminis- tratrix. 7|30-89 IN BLYTHEVILLE ALL WEEK! SOUTHERN VALLEY SHOWS —ON SOUTH HIGHWAY 61— ( (Near Johnson Block Co.) SPONSORED BY AMERICAN LEGION Watch For Our Light In The Sky!! Rides Shows Fun Booths Fun For All VISIT OUR MODERN KIDDIE LAND AND OUR ATHLETIC ARENA REBUILT SERVICEABLE EQUIPMENT for DRAINAGE CONTROL and PLANTATION ROAD BUILDING AT MONEY-SAVING PRICES MOTOR and PULL-TYPE GRADERS DRAG-LINES • CRAWLER TRACTORS •nd other bargains TOP LINES Backed By Factory Drained and FIELD Call, Write or Wlra ROAD BUILDERS CO.MPANY ,-;2«5,E- Calho,un • Northwest Teno, A* Phone 37-9471 Drastic Slashed In Vh" widt WRINGER-TYPE Only Slightly Used -Special- Regular 149.95 i In Excellent Condition ingar-Iype Washer 1 Slightly Used-Guaranteed ICED 10 ONLY PAY AS LOW AS *1 25 A WEEK ONLY $5 GOOD/YEAR SERVICE STORES BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. PHONE 2492 410 WEST MAIN

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