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Jolly Berwick News - supposed to be on duty nights. A man a ppea red...
supposed to be on duty nights. A man a ppea red in the suultv~parrgf town two to three nights a week from about 10 to 4 a.m. He prowled around—a lady lives alone. He shakes her screen or wrapped on her door some time during night. She would appreciate it very, very much if they would take care of him. A Resident Uy have T>eeft-i^Calitornia-for the past 10 days visiting Mrs. Brown's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Haas e Christmas with her parents, and Mrs. Davis of Granby. Donald Davis of the navy was at spent Mr. home from a Japan waters, recent cruise in JOLLY.JERWKK Airman James Haase Returns to Air Base (Delayed) A 3-C James M. Haase of R. L. Endicott and family visited with A. K. Kelly and family Friday night. Mr, and Mrs. Andy Haase and children spent Sunday at Reeds with Mrs. Alice Eells and Wilma. A lovely Christmas dinner was en* joyed. A small group enjoyed a birthday the [party for Alice Brown —Mr. and Air Force, son of Jqhn Haase, who Mrs. Charlie Oxendine, Mary Alice has been visiting relatives and and Benny Parmley, Norm a, Nao* friends, left yesterday to return to (mi Oxendine, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Haase and children. Games were played; gifts were opened re; * freshments were served. Camp Fairfield, Calif. Air. and Mrs. Ben Mircle of Newtonia, Newtonia, Mr. and Mrs. Rome Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Turner and family family of Stark City Route were Christ Clyde and Enda Brown are home. Mr and Mrs. Kurt Kelly are the mas dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.lpro.ud parents of a daughter named Amos Turner and Bob. Karyle. They have another child, a Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Oxendine I son ' named Kerr y* had as their guests over the holi- Mr. and Mrs. Andy Haase and days Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hollinworthl famll y «*•* Frld »y with M r - and of Neosho, Ralph and Leon Oxendine Oxendine of Wichita. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Brown and ' down into a flat acre of land that would have served Caesar, Yankee stadium or the Rose Bowl. "I was listening to the radio last niyht," he said. "Some milk company gave away $1,000 for a recipe "Very good, too," he continued, "for the lady had never won a prize before. 'There was another program I liked, too; Some Lions Club was sponsoring a program for blind people. Come in and try my recipe recipe for stew." After supper I noticed the sign on his front gate: AFTRTHOT. .. Scientists fear that Glacier Na Mrs. Steve Maples and family of Pierce City. Mrs. M. W. Adams and boys of Birmingham, Ala. spent Christmas holidays with Alva Adams. Mrs. John Turner spent Christ- mat with her son and family, Leo Turners of Monett. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reber are the parent* of a baby girl. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Hamilton ate supper Christmas eve with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crawford. They all attended the progra m at Clear Creek Baptist Church. Rev. Eli Turner was calling in tbe home of Bill Crawford's Christ- mta day. Jay Boyd Brown and family spent Christmat with Mr. and Mr*. Clarotcf Brown. Troxel of New ton! a has torn vUiting Linda Turntr. Ralph and Lent Oxendine re* tional Park in Montana may be 1 turned to Wichita Sunday. glacierless 50 years from now un-1 A large group charivaried Stand less there is a big change of cli- mote. The giant glaciers are gradually gradually melting. ley Perry and wife Saturday night. They, have returned to Wichita where Standley is employed*

Clipped from The Neosho Daily News05 Jan 1954, TuePage 4

The Neosho Daily News (Neosho, Missouri)05 Jan 1954, TuePage 4
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