The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 10, 1952 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 10, 1952
Page 1
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PA<JS TITO (ARK.) COUTUER HOLLAND NEWS By Mr*. Ed Hampton, Jr. ••MBMBWKKMVBBBB>WB**~M>«>«*»>~^^ Mr. aid Mrs. Earnest McCrary Lester and Frcci Btirre^s, where they wil remain another week "at are announcing the marriage of their daughter. Patricia Ann. to Cpl. Roy H. Wilks, Jr,, of the U, S. Army who Is currently stationed at Camp Chaffee, near Fort Smith. Ark. The wedding occurred June 1 in. Fort Smith, The only attendants were Cpl. and Mrs. Ralph McCrary, brother and sister-in-law of the bride. Mrs. Wilks was graduated from the local high school where she was, active In sports and won honors In commercial work, For the past, several months she has been employed as tyui?t at Stewart's Wholesale Electrical Warehouse in Fort Smith where she plans to continue working. Cnl. Wilks. son of Mr. and Mr.s. Rov H. WOks, Sr., of New Orleans, will have served his allotfd time In the army in October when the new- Ivweds will return to New Orleans where they will make tbr'r ncrim- nent home. He is nn cl'inie tr.ilnce. For her wedding the brirlp wore the state crimp. Cpl. Personals Raymond Kcntey of Fort Hood. Tex. wns home from Friday until Tuesday with hLs parents, Mr. uud Mis. Sain Kpnley. He has ncrm accepted for officer candidate school at Port Knox, Ky., where he will j?o immediately after 14 months nl Fort Hood . ALsri in HIP Kenlcy home arc Mr. und Mrs. Marlon Waller Mid two daughters, Jerry Atin and Mnry I/in of Diihoqufi. in., who arrived Sundry for a vacation hrre iwl at Mr. and Mrs, Hermnn Wallers In south. In PrUb«. 8.C., they will be gue&U of Mr .and Mrs. Marvin Long and Mr. and Mrs. Brodie Gee; from iherc they will visit friends In Florida. Visiting the »u- valls the past ten dnys were Mr. and Mrs. Louis flninc.s nnd son Bobhy, Mrs. Naomi Hamas und Irene Dudley of Granite City. Friday Mr. Haines and Mrs. Din-all, drove to Chnnutc Air Base near ill., for the latter's THURSDAY, JTTLT 10, 1952 Mr. and Mrs, Mose Willterd and Mr. and Mrs. James Wiliferd. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Correll were the guests of their &on, Kenneth, at University of Missouri in Columbia Saturday and Sunday. - Mrs. O. B. Snmfnrd accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sain ford and Mr, and Mrs, Boss Kamfortj to Athens, Ga , Saturday where they visited relatives, Larry. Jerry mid Ronnie Ptickel, .son, Airman Third Class James J. EOIK of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Puck- them [ et, have left tor dome after visit their Krfindparents, Mr. and Creasy, who accompanied home for the week-end, Vacationers In Holland for rx- tcniled visits subject to the steel .strike settlement are Mr. and Mr.s. Prank Donahue and son. Mrs, Jexol Sam ford of Flint, j ton. Texas Midi., who will be at Mrs, Iva Sam- Mrs. J. C. Jones, for two weeks. The f'Hckci family are unions tho.i^ who htwe left thi.-i community in rrrent year.s and are now living in Hous- Mr. ami M anrt sons of ford's and Mr. and Mr.s, Dock Donahue of Caruthcrsvhlfi. Mrs. Jewel Samford, formerly on the elementary leaching staff here, is now an instructor at the Hnzel- | ton School in Flint for the hantli- rs. Earnest Hobrrtxm ! capped atul normal children. Nashville have visited jjilHe Uiley. son of Everett* ,c Utley ..... ._ _... ,. . _________ , Mr. and Mrs. Ru>*e1 Little the pnstjof .Stcclo. is sprndlnB Ms school vn- at Mr. and Mrs. Bill .Sherwood the past, week-enrt were their son, Pvl. Max Sherwood, of Fort Bennlntf. On- and Mr. and Mrs. Price Tntem. Mrs. James Mar- • tin ;md son, Butch, of Memphis, ; After ?i few <tavs at Mr. and Mrs ! j M. .S. Mirrlc'ks, Mrs. Laura Rotors and daimhters, OlHe and Florence. of fi, Tenn,, have fronn home two weck-Riul.s. They wore Rxosts I cation here from WillonRhby, Ohio too of MM. Eddie Frazier in Kikes- H e will remain until the last of ton nnrt Mr. and Mrs. Joe Frank Aumto plane me- I'Klte «>«* Mr- and Mrs. J. II. Lit- I tlc ' 1 \ny the pas! several days were Mrs. I j^ rxt WPP ^ D^J. will bo Joined by ;nklns hnnir of [Dorothy Harris of PoryvWe, Mo.. Mr. Wilkins. M the Carnalls nter Ot l ir-r Michigan vacationists here are Mrs. joe Wilklns and son. Jerry, of Flint who came .Sunday for In ihr Porter Harris home dur-Jtwo weeks at the Vlrpll CarnsOl? In the C. P. a nM'v linen FirePt ]f*nslh dress, a j Wef-.t HoUnnd f.niH fined hat of w^i'-? ronr tnf-J SinnnoiiK and daughter. Mrs, Khz- \ who Jen were Mrs. nnd her shoes and bnc wrre o* wMi* 1 linen. H°r c'*rpfi <1p was rcrt and ivMlc raTIT*tions «*'V< lrr> she wore nt her b"V line. After the rercmonv tV-ry left for a short, wedding trin eas=t. Two fainih' reunions occurred hi ti-i-Rov Fdwarrt-; family of Pas- co''*, Mn.. this week. The Fourth of Jnlv found 23 members of t'V Fd»^rds fnmllv lo- pether Inrhidins Mr. nnd Mrs. F-'ank Stewart and son Pnt or h n re: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jke Samfnrxl and family of Stecle; Mr. nnd Mrs. Onn Lutes and son Jerry of *UvlVm r nip: 1-*r. and Mr.s. Carter Fxlwards of W"lco, Okla., and MV«. Clnra Kd•wards, mother of the Edwards family. ' Sunday 27 of the A. A. Corrcils met at the Roy Edwards 1 , Four of the ten children of the Corrrlls were unable to be present for this annual affair. Present were Mr. and Mr.s. Clifford Cornell and dnu?^- ters, Marie and Doris of Holland; Mrs. A. A. Correll; Mr. and Mr?, Edgar Correll and] daughter, Mary Jane; Mrs, Cleo Camn nnd two daughters, M.irthn nnd Snndra; and Mr, and Mrs. James cnrrell nnd riauRhtcr, .Judy, all of Cjirnther.i- vilte; Rev. and Mrs, C. Cooper of Kennctt. Mr, and Mr.s. William Depriest and family of Dexter and Mr. and Mrs. Essnii Brncc of Jonesboro. Visitors at the reunion were Mr. end Mrs. Carter Ehvards of and Dr. and Mrs. Cook of Cnruth- crsvtlle. The custom of reutiiting of the Correll family nnd the Edwards family rms been established through the many years. Famllv group pictures are marie at this time and picnic Innche.s are served. Addie | who vistlerl hfr daughter Christina. \ |- fiC ftntly were Mr. nnd Mrs Jack Khz- ! who Is spending the summer I Mays and family of Gary, Intl., who abeth Simmons nnd Mrs. Dcrt Bcv- ! months with her grandpartiiils; J vvcr'e ovcrnKe ijut-.sts. Mrs. !!. L Mr;thvln anrt sons Jim- The p:ntor!al npnolntee tor ilv- en? nil of Memphis. At Mi- rind Mis, MrCrsi- ry's, Cpl. and Mrs. ftalph MrOrnry nre hfjc on a t^'n-urck furlotiith from Camp Chnffce, Ark. fi«t. aiul Mrs. Bill McCrary IIJUT iTliirned alter a mle anrl Franklin of Truman; and Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Harris and family of Tiamnn. Mr. and Mrs. Pnul Casfty and (innghtris of Sikeston, Kcwl Hen- C'hurch of Christ liere was July first with J. H. Austin of Do rfltPi'viJlc. Tcnn. Mr. and Mrs. Austin moved into the parsonage Mon- thrce day wrrk-rnrl lioli- [ Urlx and son, Leon, of Cnicapo and I - • - - - Oxhnrn Hrndrix of Aires. Tenn.. | vl*itft) Mr. nnd Mrs. Garvin Wilsnn Sunday. Sunday nitc Mr. nnd Mr.s. Casey left tor a three days busl- nevs tri]i to Greenville, Miss, Mr. and Mr.s. Bill WiUfrrd of Battle Crock, Mich., loft. Saturday day. Cpl. and Mrs. Roy H. Wilks, Jr., also of Camp Chaffer, 1 were ac- compunlcd home Sunday by Phylis Jane McCrary whn will remain them for a fortnight. VncaIioning thIs wnek Mr. and Mrs. John Duvall and family left nn d Irs. Odls Harmon and Monday night for points east and j morning nfter ten cJnys here with frtmily spent. Sunday at the for- inr-r'.s patents, Mr, nnrl Mr-;. FiTd [ Harmon, at Lafo, Ark., and Mr. and Mrs. Hoover Dclhrick'e who are vis- RhiR tl'nrc from Wilmington. Calif. At the Harmons hern Pfc. and Mr.s. McDa.nir'1 of Miflm days will leave Thur.sday. visited ten BiVrt ^ -for Ton! Little, Russell Little; -'le week At Cam. Holland staff repre5eri[Mfve'for the Boy Scouts, Next week he will he followed by the entire stnff of 15 members And their two lenders/ Jot Only Tackett Can Deliver The Goods " . .. . Tnl. atlvcrtistnicnl paid for by Krt Llghlle, Scurcy, Ark. IT PAYS TO "SEE JIAAMIE FIRST" NO DOWN PAYMENT on a famous 11 CUBIC FOOT FOOD FREEZER Model NA-11H General Electric Food Freezer - - - 429.95 Here's vniir chance to own a liiR, hip U cubic fool General Electric Food Freezer. No down p;n menl al .limniie ICdwarris and convenient payment terms! This roomy freezer holds up to .'SSII Ihs. of frc/.cn foods \vi1h extra storage coiupai Inu-nl for packing materials. Now — this week — Is the time In lie-in pnjoyinir llu> convenience and economy of a G-E Food Freezer. You can rlo it (his week at .limmic Edwards with NO DOWN FAlMiENTI J immie FURNITURE COMPANY 301 East Main - - "See Jimmie First" - - Phone 2487 406 W. 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