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May 27, 1954

The Neosho Daily News from Neosho, Missouri · Page 13

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Thursday, May 27, 1954 *--. Neosho Daily News—13 Discuss Illinois Students' Tou Paul Clark, left, president of the Neosho Chamber of Commerce, discusses tour 6f Mahomet, 111., students here with, left to right, Marilyn Ninmer, valedictorian of tlie senior class at Mahomet, and Mrs. Eunice Sifferd and Glen RiKgin, faculty sponsors on the tour. ' ' (Staff Photo). SIMSBERRY Calif Resid - \ Visit Relatives Here * Visitors in the Charles Boatright home during the week were Mrs, Boatright's brother, James , Patterson of Dcnair, Calif, and her mother, Mrs. Susie Patterson of near Harrison, Ark. Others were her nephew, Buddy Edwards, his wife and two children of Sanger, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Cooper and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Akehurst visited Sunday afternoon with the Elbert Cooper family of Washburn. > Mr. and Mrs. Tim Girtman were Sunday dinner guests of Miss Nina Girtman and Mrs. Ford. Madge The 4-H Club observed 4-H Sunday by having charge of the Sunday School services. Lee Roy Crithfield actod as Superintendent and tiierc were special numbers ancf articles given concerning 4-H. V '' The Marvin Mustain family and Mrs. Marian Nichols visited Sunday at th|L Leonard Cunningham home in Boulder City. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Laughlin and Micky, Mr. W. R. Ellis, Jack Lewis and Mona Akehurst were at the Ft'asel home Saturday night for quartet practice. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ross visit- j cd Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cleveland. Last Thursday was work day at the club and the men of, the community cleaned off the cemetery and church yard. They all enjoyed a bountiful dinner at the noon hour. Mrs. W. R, Ellis was hostess. A surprise pink and blue shower was given Mrs. Bill Sims. Mrs, Bill Buttram became a new member of the club. L, A. Ross filled his regular speaking appointment at the church Sunday night. He was accompanied by Mrs. Ross. They called Qn W. R. Sims just before the church hour, Orvillc Akehurst and family of Granby visited Sunday evening last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Akehurst. Orville Hereford suffered a heart attack while in Anderson * one day last week. The Herefords were formerly of this community. He is reported as being improved at this time. Carl returned Friday to Snyder, Tex. Wilbur Wellesley helped Chester Feasel butcher a beef on Monday. * Maude Sims visited Saturday with the Fcasels and at her parents, the W. R. Sims over Sunday. Meda and Chester Feasel watched television at the J. B, Sims home Monday evening, Carolyn Sims had accompanied a group from Anderson to appear in an interview with Mr. Ricketts on r 4-H work for this year. He interviewed others on work with strawberries in McDonald County. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Welles- Icy were Monday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Murrell Anderson and family. Lloyd Doughty's father was seriously injured in a car wreck .near Kansas City last, week. Mr. Doughty remained in Kansas City this weekend to be with him. Weekend visitors at, the Carl Taylor home were Mr., and Mrs. Rudolph and family of Joplin and his sister, Mrs. Gerbitz of Appleton City. Mrs. Rudolph is a sister of Carls. .-•' attended a Springdale poultry Monday Bill Sims meeting in night. Mr. a.nd Mrs. Elmer Thomas and family had relatives visiting from California over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McKcnzie of Tiiisa visited with Mr. and Mrs. J. 6. Sims, Saturday. They visited the Cowan Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sims and Carolyn and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sims and Dana,went to benefit dinner served by the Eastern Star ladies at Washburn. HE Families V In Neosho Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Orval Mitchell, Mrs. Ethel Reardon and Grover Mitchell spent Tuesday in Neosho visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Stites, Mr. Stites is ill. Mrs. Ethel Reardon visited awhile with Mrs. Grace Green of Neosho. Mrs. v Reardon and Mrs. Green were neighbors west of Goodman for several years. Visitors Wednesday evening in Grover Mitchell home were his brother, Orval and wife, his .niece, Mrs, Faye Latty, Mr. Lat- PLEASANT POINT ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^»^^^«^_J^^^^^^^^^_ Mrs. C.N. Shadwick eturns fromHospital Mrs. C. N. Shadwick has returned home from Jane Chinn hospital. She is much better but is still confined in bed most of the time. She had a foot operation and is sufferigg from infection and sugar diabetes, Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Mitchell nd r granddaughters, Marlene and Doris Lowe all visited Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Cornell Mitchell and daughter, Neta West of Spiitlog. Peggy Shadwick is visiting in Oklahoma with her sister, Mrs. Bob "Wilson and family. Mrs. Treva Luria has been on the sick list this week. Callers on Mrs. C. N. Shadwick Saturday were Joe Shadwick, Mrs. Chester Shadwick, Ruth Graham, Mrs. J. B. Shadwick, also Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heuwitt ami daughter, Dorthy of Neosho. Sunday callers were her mottier, Mrs. John Loyd, Mrs. Wanda 14>>'U. Harold Graham, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shadwick, Mr. and Mrs. Brace i Hines, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Shadwick ox Neosho, Mr. and*Mrs. C. H. Boyer of the Oaksvood community and Mr. and Mrs. ALf Arnold of near Seneca. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Grahm and daughters have moved back on their farm. Miss Joan Shadwick is employed in Neosho. . Treva Luna, Juanetta Shadwick attended church at Oakwood Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Gibson and family Mrs. Zillah Bigson all attended the singing 9t Pleasant Grove Sunday afternoon. • The law of the State of Louisiana is based on the Napoleonic code. Mrs. Irwin Wellesley and baby of Neosho are visiting this week at the home of Irwin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wellesley. Mr. and Mrs. Feasel accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wel- lesJcy and Sirley on a fishing trip to Grand LaJ(e Tuesday. Visitors Sunday at the WiJlard Long home were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pasley of Longview, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Long and family of near Stella and their son, Royce and wife of near Waco, Tex. and her mother, Mrs: E. P. Farmer of Merfcci, Tex. who were weekend visitors. Mrs. Long's sister, Mra, Silas Warren of Aberdeen, Wash, and Mrs, Charles Parker and children of Springfield were also guests in the Long home. Mr. a.nd Mrs. Oscar Williams visited Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Williams of Benton v (He, There will be a venison supper served at the Men's Club meeting on next family night. Mr. Paten Hall \yill furnish the venison. There will also be a few pictures shown after the supper. Truss Farquhar and his friend Carl Turner from Snyder, visited Trusts parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Farquhar last week. They also visited at his sisters, the Jesse Browning homo of near Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Weltertey and Sue visited Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Chester Fens el, Mrs. Wellesley and Sue with Mrs. Fea- called on Mr*. Farrow » nd $b m er» at the WilUrd Long home in ty and son, Johnie, Mr. and Clyde Penn and grandson, Gary Penn, and Colleen and Dorene Reardon. Marolyn Stair left Tuesday for Indiana where she has employment. Mr. and Mrs. Orval Mitchell, Mrs. Ethel Reardon and Grover Mitchell visited Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Penn enjoyed cake,and coffee. Edd McQuillian called at the Grover Mitchell home Thursday. Mrs, Dona Penn sold her broilers Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Reardon and boys of Goodman visited Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Reardon and family. Mi*, and Mrs. Orval Mitchell left Thurs day morning for their home in Fort Morgan, Colo, after spending two weeks visiting his brother, Grover. * Dinner guests in the Clyde Penn Sunday were Mr. and Mr*> Warren Penn and girls and Mrs. Ethel Reardon. They all attended church at Sulphur Springs in the afternoon. c^^ ^ + — ^^^r v^^^ CutF 2 Blks. S. of Hospital GRAHAM'S GARDENS For All Occasions 2! 5 W. MeKlnn»y PHONE 423 E * nted Young POPU P'erry Heart LAR Co'ipo Frank Sinatra Here—Tony Martin Love to Man with Eddie Fisher fford Banjo-Amps Broa MIL That's Good * Foloy Enow u Fakty mson MUSIC SPRING BRINGS FLOWERS & FIRES Mr. «nd Mrs. ftsse Brownng and Bunny and Gayle visited at the Farquhars last week. Truss and F1RB • r)ft t Owtruetlo. SufftritM »n* Plntnc prepared with UFA MUTl tended Coverage. 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