The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 7, 1952 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, AUGUST T, 1952 <-A»K.y COUJWRR FACS THRE1 WILSON NEWS Biblt School Ends Mrs. Bcmon Garrett, who attends A picnic at the. home oi Mr. and I T "« Citadel at Charleston, S.C., »r- Mrs, Alex Goble. Friday, climaxed rived home Friday night h> spend the vacation Bible School at the th « between-term holidays with his Carson Like Mission Church. The j Parents. He will resume, his stu- Rev. Carroll Evans, principle of thei dies at the beginning of the fall w.hool, announced that Uw average [ t*rm in September, attendance of the school during the; Mrs. Boushton Lovett and son, week was 32. Those, assisting in the : Jim. have returned from Birming HOLLAND NEWS B»- Mra. Bd Hampton, Jr. Ch»ngM and Improvements fn Holland business: Henry Neal, who has managed the Save-on gas station here on the highway for the past 15 years. has purchased the new standard station at the Arkansas-Missouri stale line, which was formerly owned by T. D. Rirtdick of Sleele. school were Mrs. Broughton Lovett, i ham. Ala,, ntier a few- days visit wno nou ' operates the Gulf station Mis. Macy Wekion, Mrs. Ed Wei- j with her brother, Lawrence Cole- 'here. The Save-on station here was recently leased to the Conoco Company. At, • Clifford Jackson's higliu'ay general merchandise store, new equipment, in the meat department has been added. A taree 12-foot Porlpr anri don. Mrs. Alex Goble. Mis<os Na , man and hi* family, nette Webb. Carolyn Lynch and Sa- I M r am j Mrs A . MIFS Betty | children ha Woolen '.vas secretary. Has nlrlliilay Tarty •Jerry L. Hays w*v* complimented on his birthday Sunday evening. when his wife entertained several young marride couples and their children with a lau-n party at the Hay home. Tho^e present were Mr. and Mrs, John Bmven and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Rlstner D. licall j In Wilson Sunday. He is a former and SOILS, Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Simins. j Wilson resident. Jr.. and children. Mr. and Mrs.; Mrs Bm cneriy and son Vlckv Dewey Stotts and Owner Sadler. : of Memphis were iho week- eiid Employes Fmerlained \ BUe.sts of her patents. Mr. anri Mvs. The Arkansas Power and Lijht. j Joiul Hayncs. and daughter. Joyce. Company entertained the employes; Mr - and Mr«. Lawrence Germany and "their families of the Eastern | of Memphis were the guests of Mr. Division with a picnic last Wrdnes- i f nd " rs - J ™ Germany and daugh- dav afternoon at Marked Tree.' lf> - **">'• . 5 " nrita /- 0> , from Wihon who attended , . Mr ' and M !l s - P'* 1 * st °^ =P^ rah Jane Chamberlain. MIFS Betty I children have returned from a va- I cation trip that included Mammoth I Springs. Diamond Cave in .Jasper. ! Ark., Mammoth Cave near Bowling Gi'ecn. Ky.. and Rock City on Lookout ML, in Tennessee, Fireman Eddie Ryals of the Navy, who is spending a 20-day teave with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rj-Mf at Elaine, visited friends meat display counter and a 10- foot dairy box have been added. Charles Robertson, who the store manager for several years, is vacationing before arc oups and birthday .squares were served on small card lablei with the colors pink, yellow and green used In the napkins, plates and table decorations. Following the Bift opening, a "store" was set up. guests were given toy money and allowed to "buy" favors of balloons, bubble sum, lollypops and toy trinkets,' Elect* Ofrtceni At the first, meeting of the Holland chapter of the. Future Homemakers of America, the following officers were elected for a school year term: President. Ruth Frailer; vice i prrsidem. Beulah Channell: secre- anrtetl ta.-y-treasurer. Mellodean Barnes' * been rppojte,.. Mtlry Jo H ampU>n: hts- veral years, , oriani ., l]rty Co hrion; sonc leader . , . eptins em- nonna lx>i>'smith: chanter mother ployment elsewhere. Monroe .lack- Mrs ,.„,„ wn[rKi; ?J t ,™°'™ r . linn ic nnvintr an ml ^r/ist \n fVio ...- ..• . . ._ .. _ ••»'"-• nvi son SK buying an hilprcsl in formerly of Kei^er. Ark . an extension the fountain is Personals Mrs. D. K Hudson ol comnlpif. Al^o. a w?tcr tan cooling ' ^ r - anc ^ syp'^m ha? been arldnd. i Bir:nm?h:ira came Friday for short This week, while Mr. Parker i? ', v '^ts with the Noble Caprharts anr nnderttoinp surgery at the Meth-' Mr ' aurt MVP Gerald Hiuteon ol Pin odist Hosnital in Memphis. James: River. Also here at the Caprhans innsf Hum «niv»i AMU wunmrur lae| Rockawav Besrh \in orf]st »os n ital in Memphis. James • »wtr. AISO here at the CapMians u'ere Mr. and Mrs, Stanley Pierce.! ^ OciesFa Holt of'&lt Tria Ark Morcan of Havti Is in chsrpc' of , '"'ere Mr. nnd Mrs. Finis R. Holmes and son John, Mr, and Mrs. Lamar } was ' (hp ' et Qf R , ft n d jjrc n' tnp drl12 departmont. - .Jr.. anti family of Marion. Til. McD^niel and daughter Bohbie Lou,, B Blp ^ 0 e. and their" family .Sun' Holland's only barber shop, noer- I Those ill: Max Parker, Holland Mr. anri Mrs. Oscar Davis and children, Mrs, Nat Graves find children 1 day. Miss Holt school of music at r.he Bani and Mr- and Mrs. Ow«n Sadler and; church In Armorel this week. She daughter, Tersonals i conducted a similar school in Wil- I son t\v; years ago, Wayne Taylor of Barton is spend- | Mrs. John Stout- of Ridgeland. Ine this ^eck with Fred James i Miss,, is the giiest ol her daughter. Porter. i ^Jrs, Marshall Woodyard, and her - Mr. anri Mrs. S. A, Edrington Jr. end family of Tcxarkana. Tex., vis- itPri his parents last week. Mr, and Mrs. Buford Boyles, Jr.. anri daughter. Eleanor Suzanne, of Memphis are visiLine; his and family this week. , . . . ' Bobbv Brown of Toxarkana .Tex., i VJSlt hfir Parent*. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. snent the week end with hU famHy ! P ' ' Je " nln ^ Sr " f " r l *?, weelUl u .' i Elstner D. B?all, Wilson High conducting a | aie(1 ny Bi " Shprwood. has rpccn,tly : rtrupgisi, is in the eMthndist, Hos- he Baptist * n -*' fl ll e ^ an a ' r ^onditioiiins unit, j pita). Memphis, after sHrgery Mon- An expansion plan will ETO into i day. His, condiiion is fair. Mrs. Liz- effect next week in the Joe Cohoon i zin Brooks is In St. Louis where -she j family. "i Karen Craven is visttmp her aunt, ', Mrs. Lorene Proffer, In Sikeston, . Mo. '• Mr. and Mrs, M. B. Woodyard parents an d pon - Carl - Ieft Saturday for , Port Arthur, Tex., where thev will Mr. and Mrs. Bud Craven and son, Buddy, returned Sunday night Jrorn a two weeks vacation at Niagara Fallff and in Detroit, Mtrh. In Detroit, they visited, her mother, Mrs. Amanda Goza, her sister. Mrs. Oucllelte HnUy. and Mr. Hally and her two brothers. I vocational agriculture teach- i er, accompanied several members of i the Wilson Future Farmers of I America to the annual FFA camp j at Camp Couchdale near Hot ; Springs, They plan to be gone ft Davis Is conduct- . grocery-market. Having outgrown ! will undergo a three weeks series the present location, this store will; of treatment, at Barnes hospital, move next rtoor to newly decorated ' Mrs. Boss Saraford is at her home anti larger quarters. At the present , whe re she i-ill remain in bed for site. Mr. Cohoon will have a com-i a fortnight or longer and receive plete line of hardware and elec- i mc dicBl care following a recent triral appliances. William Webb, Jr..] slignt heart aitack , h»s recently been employed to as-1 An . jvl »,, t ,his week-end will be MSI. John Diivatt, store manager ] Mrs E T Criddle nnrt rtauEhtcrei Has Birthday Parf.v and Mrs. Eri Hampt Li hby and Toni Angela, of Cameron, Mo., who will visit Mr. and Mrs. i. B. Samford. Mr. Criddle will ac- JefferEon onfjr'rec'eiwd \ """I"'' II s fa T" V .,'," 15 little friends on her seventh ! City. From there he wll continue to birthday Friday, ri was a play- j Ihe University of Illinois to attend house party, on the side lawn, each | * business meeting. Sliest, bringing her favorite doll or I Mr anci Mrs - Ll Berr '' and Mr - t 0 v ! and Mrs. Kenneth Rerry snri son After two hmivs of play, ke cream > are home aftpl a two weck « vacil , 1 f tion tour in the west anri south. Beardon and family last. week. Bil- ! Linda Porter is visiting her grand- j chtirch"this"week!"Tlie"iiev.'carroii mother. Mrs. Lola Porter. In Hel- i E vans is in charge of singing. ins a revival at the Marie Mission | ly and Pat Pritrhett also ol Marion ATHLETES FOOT GERM . Pvt. H. G. Yates. Jr., who is sta- Mrs. Levi Cissell was called to Cotlonwond Point, Mo., last, week tinned at Camp Chaffce, Ark., spent i d UP i 0 the illness of her mother, thp weri: enH with his -^ife anrt son - >tr.s. A. L. Powell, anrt his pai-ent5. • Jimmy Garro.U. Hudson Beardon of Marion. Ala.. are visiting the Beardons. Harry Bufkin attended the funeral of Russell Harrison in Brinkley Thursdav. o{ Mr. and was '.he guest of Mr. »nd Mrs. Joe i Mrs. J. V. -Westbrooke and'family. HOW TO KILL IT. IN ONE HOUR, tf not pleased, your 40r hack This Buddy Bufkin has returned from •, STRONG [tingicirie SLOUGHS OFF Marked Tree where he has been '• }**, °V. tc ^ skln lo e*Pf- s « Jhurird visiting in the home of Mr, and r RICH WORSTED WOOLS Fall coJorg 35.00 Misses' from Ihii fine group of pure wool wontt<Jj In stripes, checks, fiannels/ bouclei ontJ iharVslcini. All are \vcll tailored, smartly ttyled. $1 rfown holdi on fay-away, balancs m convenient indaUmenti. NEW FALL GO-TOGETHERS Tailored long sleeve collon Blouse. White- so-white. Cufflinks. Sizes from 32 lo 38. Colorfully printed corduroy Weskit. Smarl, /^ OO youthful. Fall shades. Sizes from 12 lo 18. vJ./O Newly styled corduroy swing Skirl to mote i r\r\ wilh Weikil above. Sizes from 22 to 30. 4./O DREIFUS VALUES! Trade-In Sale Double Trade-In Sale *"*>•..., (his cvcnl Drcifns ivj]| offrr rlnuhlr their usual trade-in allowance nn vnur nkl watch. Meet Hreifus . . . Wear Diamnnris .ORES IN MEMPHIS, BLYTHEVILU AND OYERSBURO

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