The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 28, 1952 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (AHK.) COURIER NEWS HOLLAND NEWS By Mrs. Ed Hampton, Jr. Show Given Th« PTA-sponsored "Southern Caper*," a two-net minstrel show, ftvt performances Thursday and Friday evenings before enthusiastic audiences. Fluorescent costuming and effective lighting gave n professional singe appearance at 8 ' o'clock, "curtain time". A chorus of girls in evening formals and large hats formed a background against black drapes. Specialty numbers were "My Beautiful Lady." a pantomine of 8 girls performing to lyrics by Charles Tankerstey; "Summertime," a solo Is Hard to Find" by Martha Cohoon; "Ballln' the Jack,' a song and dance by a five-Rirl chorus. Mrs. Mae Devlne. with the American Production Company of Memphis, was play director. A pre-school age Tot Contest was held In connection with the play. Little Sharon Hicks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Hicks, was presented a silver crown and Clinton • Curry, son of Mrs. Curry, stand-in for Kenneth ncrry, Jr., winner of tho king's crown, also i received a silver crown. Each child '' was given a musical rocker by local merchants. In the play cast were: Clifton Walker, interlocutor; Byron Porter, Bennte ITarris, Leemon Kinder. Louis Htitfr, Dee nonner. Joe Coleman, Virgil carnal. J. W. Mc- Danlel, Charles Tankersley. Detores Parker. Martha Cohoon and Sherry Rlddtck. FFA Pfck» Sweetheart Monday, the Future Farmers ot America chapter elected Ruth Fra- zler. daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Bernard Frazter. as FFA sweetheart. A Junior, she is president of the Future Homcmakers of America club, a member of the Student Council, secretary of the Junior cla«j and an active member in music. Miss Ftazier succeeds Doris Cone, a May graduate from here nnrt now living with her parents. Jn Cape Glrardenu. Swimming Party Held A swimming party was the sophomore class' first entertainment of the school year when they invited guests Monday night to the Kennett pool. Mrs. Carl Held and Mrs. Cardinal Smith, room mothers, accompanied the class along with their sponsor, Albert Fnrrls. They ate at the Steak House in Kennett after the swim. Personals At Mr. and Mrs. Bill McArthnrs over the week-end were their son. Cecil McArthur, of Gulvetaon, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert White •nd family of four children of Lana Linda, CnHf. Mr. anrt Mr.i. j. w. MeDantel accompanied their daughter-in-law, Mrs, Margaret McDanlcl. to Columbia where she attended a teacher's conference last week. En ronle home they were guests, at Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McDanlels at Hichlnnd. Saturday and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Cox drove to Chaffre Mo., for an overnight visit with the O. C, Canials, who are former Holland merchants. Mr. and Mrs. Carnall, who have both been 111, are Improving. Also at the Carnalls Is . boy baby, son of and enrly momh _ Sgt Carnrlll |s _ s serving with the aimed forces In Germany and will receive his discharge next morith. A relapse resulted In repeated hospltalizatlon for Max Parker. drug store owner, who recently un- rterOTnt. surgery. His condition is improved again and lie Is home where he Is receiving callers. After five weeks here with Mr and Mrs. Vorls Workman and visit- ins Mrs. Margaret Bailor In Cnrulh- ersville. Kay Cullmnn left Thursday by plane from Memphis for her home in Miami, She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. r.eo Cullman From Tuesday until Friday- Miss Virginia Holland, high school Instructor In home economics, was in Columbia, Mo., at stntc Teach- er'» Conference for Homcmaklng. Supt. and Mrs. L. N. Kinder were in Oordonvllle, Mo,, Saturday and Sunday where they attended funeral services for the former's uncle, Edward O'fjeal. who died Friday. While thpre, they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kinder. The 111: T. n. Wllklns Is In Dap- tlst Hospital In Memphis for treatment. Ho is principal of the high school here. Henry narbor of southwest Holland Is some stronger after a lengthy Illness. Dr. n. C. McLean remains unchanged following a stroke three weeks ago. He Is at Walls Hospital, BJythcville. Sunday. Iho Virgil Carnalls paid Dill Lester, Is able to return school after an illness result! from rheumatic fever. Arriving late Monday at Mr. and Mrs. Byron Holly's were Mr, ami Mrs. n. H. Walker of LOUR nciu-h. Calif., who will remain to visit relatives for some time. TOWRSDAY, AUGUST W, 1MI IN THF, PHOHATE COUIIT OHICKASAWBA WSTRfCT. MISSISSIPPI COONTV AHKANSAS In trie Matter of the Estate of Paul Yelvcrton, deceased No. 2,134 Last known address of decedent: : _ u ^_ iiiv ^ (i it ^ lljll(lll , Dell. Arkansas. j short visits at Ihc Ray Daniels nnd I Bate of death: August 12, 1952. [ the Hernie Underwoods In Joiner.1 The undrrslgnrd was appointed Ark., and Mr. and Mrs. OdU Har- j administrator of the estate of the : mon and family In niythcvllle. above named decedent on tho 19th Ont-ol-tm-nn.i here for the (day of August, 1952. j week-end were: Mr. nnd Mrs. Trice I All persons havin? claims against; Tatem of Memphis, who visited Mr. I the estate must exhibit them duly "nd Mrs. Hill Sherwood; Mrs. W.i verified, to Hie undersigned within - - date of the first publication of this notice, or they .shall be forever barred and' precluded from any benefit in the estate. 'Hits notice first published 2l.st day of August 1952. D. W. CranforU, IJcll, Arkansas Reid & Roy, atorneys. 821-28 ----stokes of ---- ..... - ............. i ,,.,,,,1.1,, v>j t[ i u luiufi Manila was in the six months from Hie ° ne: MlM '"» Huth Gray of Warden was guest In the Vorls Workman home. Airman First Cla^s James M. Creasy Is home with his family, the John Dnvalls. on a month's furlough between transfers from Chn- nute Air Force flfi.se near Chnm- pagne. 111., to Camp Kilmer In New Jersey, Another service man here, Airman P. A. Colonial) and Mrs. Cole- nnn from Scott Field. III., are with Mr. nnd Mrs. Willie Pi-ltchard and other relatives previous to Mr. Colemans' transfer to n base near San Antonio. Texas. Walter RMtilck, small son of Mrs. The French humanitarians Mon'- tesriuieii and Rousseau are credited with advancing the thesis that] soldiers wh lay down their arms! to life and humane; ore entitled treatment. ', 7«tfo . . . Dixieland'] own favorite sweet corn! Now [he new pack is ready for you, with all its tempting taste »nd flavor. Economical—wholesome — delicious! Jujt heat and serve—or, make mouth-watering corn frilicri, puddings or chowders. 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