The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 28, 1940 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 28, 1940
Page 3
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THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1940 Luxora Society—Personal E. R. Kogan to Assist In lloliling Masonic School. The Most Worshipful Grand Master, R. E. Shclton, of Camden, Ark.y hns ordered a school of instruction to uc held at Blythcvlllc, March 29, April 4, and 11, for the purpose of giving Instruction in (lie,Masonic work. TJils senool will be under the supervision of John W. Hamilton, of Plggott, who is a member of the. Custodian Board, by B. R. nogan, of Luxora, a certified Instructor, John M. State, nt Jcncsboro, n certified lecturer, and others. Attend Conference of Women's ^ctletirs of Christian Service. .Mrs. R. E. L. Bc-arden Jr., mid Mrs. E. R. Bogan, official delegates from the Luxora Methodist Woman's society of Christian Scr- vlca; to. the conference of Woman's Societies of. Christian Service, len Monday morning for Conwuy, place of "meeting. They spent Monday niglit at Hussellville with the par- ents of Mrs. Dearden, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, einoutc .to Conwny, and while attending (lie conference will Ije the guests of Mrs. Jim Doty. Mrs. Doty will be remembered by her Luxora friends its Miss Corrlebell. Brady. The Rev, It. U.lioull Vlslls l.uxora Haiitlsl C.'ln.-ich Sunday. The Rev. ll. t,, Roiitt, enrowe from Melrose, Mass., , suburb of licslon. to Orange, Calif., was n vl.'ilor at the Luxora Baptist chitrdi Eundny, and wns invited ,(o teach the Men's Bible class. The Rev. Rlioutt has been in the ministry sixty-one years, ant was a missionary in Brazil for nine years; bcinj. the only missionary ever to be sent- from Die Northern I3aj>tlst Convention to Bra/I). * * • Mrs. Leltie Fellers, of El Paso, Tex., Is visiting tliis week among her former Luxoia friends while nUemliiig to business matters Mrs. Fellers Is the sister of the Inle Mrs. Ida Mae Rozzcll. Mr. and Mrs. Hays Gotvmi and children. Sue and Buddy, of Poplar Ulutf, Mo., were guests of Mrs. Oowan's mother over the weekend. Miss Iva Crabiree and Miss Bob Williams were ijiiesU of Memphis friends over the week end, Mrs. S. J. Smith motored her BLYTTTEVIT.LE (ARK,)' COURIER NEWS grandson, Clarence Crawford, hack to ills school, Coluribln Mllllnry School, Tuesday. Mi.». Smith returned Wednesday. O, C. Driver returned to Jtmos- boro State College Sunday aftor- DOOII after spending the Raster holidays n|. liome. Mrs, Joe Hires left Sunday to sp.nd the week with hrr sister- in-law, Mrs. Sam Abel, of Cairo, 111. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Cooke had us their guests Sunday their duutdi- if is. Miss Rosa ' Um Cooke. and Mrs, Stella Volincr, and Brand- daughter, Ann Volmer, ' all of Memphis. Little Tommy McIInney, wlio has been visiting with Ills futh?! 1 Fay McHnney In the home of his erandparcnl.s, Mr. nnd Airs. 1'. ],. McHnuey, of' 'Hipelo, Miss., ths ))ast four weeks will return homo next Monday. The Rev. R. E. L. Ikimlen Jr. Itft Wednesday morning for a vis- It \<lt]i his pnrenls, the Rev. and Mrs. R. IS. L. netiixlt'ii, of Marlon, Ark. Mrs. Julia Hryunt Owen and daughters, left Tuesday afternoon for a short visit in 1'ai'ktn, Ark, Mrs. Owen will visit with a friend, Mrs. Gallnda Stair and Marvlyn nnd Jean will visit, with their graiiilpnrei>(.s, Mr. nnd Mrs. Oweti Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Bognn .spent last week end in Jackson, Tcnn., Dull. Mrs. R. W. Buller accompanied Mr. ami Mrs. C. 1). Wuod Jr. ot. aiytlipvllle- to McniphL-i Wrdnes. (lay. Mr. and Mrs. Enrl llugan anil Miss I.iiclle Uugon, of Memphis. 1 were Sunday uuests of Mr, anil Mrs. mid Shanks. Mrs. II. W. Spunn anil Mis.f Florence Rush, who have spent Hie pnsl (Ineo months with their to-other, A very Rnsli and fhlldren ot Amarlllo, Tex., returned lioim. 1 Wednesday momlnsi. Miss Hue Whlpple, lenrher In ihe Luxoia schools, left Friday afternr.on fov a week 'oml visit with her parents at Arkiulclphln. Ark. Mrs. Maxini' Crawford, of Memphis, sponl Easter Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S J. Smith. Monday visitors to Memphis were Mrs. I'lilllip George and daughter, Miss Mabel George. Visitors to Memphis Friday were PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Slock G'imriintced Host Prices Kirby Drug Stores PAGE THfeEB se " . and Mrs. Hits- Mrs. Ansel Montgomery anil son, Travis, of Kelser. spent llio week end with her purcnt.s, Mr. mill Mrs. J. M. Majors, ami her .sister. Mrs. Chump Meadows. Mr. MnniBomi-ry motored In after them Sunday afternoon. Germany Stagger* Hours For School Attendance 11KRUN (UW-Tlio wur }HIS it|)- scl, ri'BHlnr school hours lor Ocr- ninii clillilrou mid Ims mlucotl llio ixinounl. of ttnin they must t,j)i.ii,| In tlio cliissriioni. To prcvi'iit overcrowding of . SEASON'S LOWEST . SAVINGS FOR HOUStCOWS school nil- m!<! shelters, schedules hiivc been nmy )BC! | . so that'Chll- (Iron come mid go (o «Mtoo|.n(, 'nil hours or Hit? diiy. 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