Helen Buzbee, Girl Scout leader. 16 March 1955

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Helen Buzbee, Girl Scout leader.  16 March 1955 - Fordyce , Sgt. Anderson Fielder, with the j U....
Fordyce , Sgt. Anderson Fielder, with the j U. S. Army, stationed in England,;' has received word that he has been j accepted for admission to Officers j Candidate School. Sgt. Fielder is i the son of Mr. and Mrs. Regg j Fielder. . ' i Harry Ramsey, Route 1, has been ! Initiated into Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity at Henderson otate Tea- tule the unspent portion of 15 million million dollars originally appropriated! for soil conservation work by Con gross last year. "PLAZAS YOU PAY" TIME PAYMENT PLAN As little as $32.67 puts a new Cvinrudte ON YOUR BOAT E. R. PACKARD Phone 6-3228 1318 Washington, N.W. chers college, Arkadelphia Mr. and. Mrs.. Bryort Shankles left early Friday morning for Fayetteville Fayetteville due to. the death of Mr. Shankle's mother, Mrs. Lse Shankles, Shankles, 78. Mrs. Shankles is survived survived by her husband and four children. children. Funeral arrangements are Incomplete pending the: arrival of a son from California. Miss Nancy Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Smith Is a member of the entertainment committee committee planning the festivities to be observed during the 50th anniversary anniversary celebration of Carnall Hall at the University of Arkansas. Mrs. Floyd Edwards received word last week that her niece, and nephew, Charlotte and Don Taylor age 20 and 17, were killed in an automobile accident at Indianapolis Indianapolis Sunday night, March 6. They were the children of Sg't. ' Curtis Taylor stationed in Japan. Charlotte Charlotte is survived by her husband and two small children. Albert Mosley underwent surgery at the Vetcrnns Hospital at t/ittle Rock las Tuesday. Mrs. Mosley is with him in Little Rock. Dr. Andrew Hall, pastor of the. First Baptist Church of Fayetteville Fayetteville will conduct revival services at the First Baptist Church here, March 27 to April 10. Rev. Lawson Lawson Hatfield, pastor will lead the singing-. Twenty members of the Girl Scouts of Troop 3, accompanied by their leader, Mrs. Edgar Buzbee, Buzbee, Mrs. Louis Averitj, and Mrs. J. A. Barron, made an' all day trip to Little Rock Tuesday morning, March 8. They visited the capitol and visited the Senate, the Governor's Governor's Mansion, the Game and Reader I Raymond Oliver made an inter jesting talk la's.),'Thursday nt Union .Church for the 7:30 p. m. service. ; A large croud attended. Jerri ' Creech was pianist. Mrs. Carl Turmell has been admitted admitted to a Texarkana hospital i Pish Commission, the Zoo, the I Old State Capitol and other points jof interest. They went by chnrter- ; ed bus. ! Mr., and Mrs. Carl A. Bryan : left Fordyce Saturday, for' their i new home in Hope. Mr. Bryan, who | has been manager of the Pordyce : Chamber of Commerce for the past ' year will become manager of the I Chamber at Hope. The vacancy i will be Wiled by Miss Max trie ! Bryan, daughter of Mr. Bryan who ] has been assisting her father for j several months. ! Richard Mah'nii left Monday, i March 7, for Charleston, S. C. ! where he will be stationed with the U. S. Navy. Mrs. Mahan svill i join him later

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  1. The Camden News,
  2. 16 Mar 1955, Wed,
  3. Page 11

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