The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 11, 1951 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 11, 1951
Page 5
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fW/HSDAf, OCTOBER 11, 1951 Arkansas Town To Honor Of Dutch (ABK.) Mayor City Holland Citizens Helped Warren After Tornado Wrecking WARREN, Ark., Oct. 11. (API — The mayor of the Liitle Dutch torn which befriended Warren in time of disaster will rome here next Tuesday for a week's visit. Burgomaster J. pA' u i Dros t of Borrnlo, Holland, will be Riven a public welcome nn the courthouse lawn at 3 pm. Tuesday. He will =peak hpfore a Joint meetln* of Warren rivic dubs (hat nicht"atKl also mil be the honor guc st at a reception in the new YMCA build- Ing, On Monday, oel. 22. he will visit Hot Springs. The next dav he will speak before the Little Rock Kl-van- 1s Club. The tie of friendship between Warren and Borculo began in 19?«. when the Duleh community was destroyed by a tornado. Americans sent aid to Borculo, and it wasn't forgotten • In 1949, Tvhen a tornado wrecked much of Warren and killed nearly 60 persons, Borculo citizens got together, raised money and sent Warren a gift of hand-carved furniture. |t: The furniture was placed in the «?' YMCA as the property of the residents of Warren. Arkansas Woman Dies of injuries HARRISON. Ark.. Get II If,— Sfrs. W. R. Cast.stail. 64. died at Boons County hospital yesterday after being injured in a traffic collision on Highway 62-65 at Bel- Monte yesterday. Caststeil also was Injured, but apparently not seriously. The couple's automobile collided with a truck driven by lied Rosenbaum. 27. of Marshall, Ark., who suffered minor Injuries. The Caststalls had told their farm near Rellefonte and were enroute to Harrison to complex? the papers, prior to moving to California. Survivors are the husband and one son in California. Tibet's largest monastery more than 3,000 monks. ha-s WILSON NEWS Bj MRS. B, F.'BOVLES of which he ta ths teacher. Mrs. Bill Carter anri sons ! Hfinks and Mre. P«ry are si: of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Orr ami f,i m Mrs. Jerry Cullotn was a guest when Mrs. A. A. Banks entertained the Delta Coterie Club xiih a dessert bridge last Thursday aller- ncon at her home at Whitton, The entertaining room was decorated with nn array of early fall flowers. Ai bridge. Mrs. J. M. Elslander was i^ir score winner. Mis. George Brewer was hostess ' to the Thursday Night Brldje club | and one guest at her home last, week, Mrs. Ralph Robinson was the guest. Miss Lillian Wilson won high. Mrs. Garland Trammel, second high and Mrs, Jerry Cullom, bridgo. Mrs. Mni-g.iiel Smiley or Memphis was guest speaker at the Wil- EOII Co-operative Club meeting last, Thursday afternoon at the. Club House, The nir-ptin:; was the first ! for the club year. Mrs. Smiles lalk- i eri on beauty. Miss Greenwell, who attended Girl's State in Little Rock last spring, sfwnsored by the club, save a report on her trip, m the business session, presided over by Mrs. J. D. Rankin. president, it. was vo«d thai the club wiJ! again have the Bassctr Cemetery as their project for the year. Coach Bill Ya'.es and all the football boys were the week-end Sliest,-, a! Eric Waddcll o! Artnorel, in Little Rock They attended tVie Arkansis-TCU footb.ill game Saturday night as his guest, others from Wilson who were in Little Rock for the game were Jerry Hay- .es, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Greenvell. Miss Fatsy Greenwell. Carole Whitaker, Mr. and Mrs Phillip J. Deer. MLES Polly Deer, and M^and Mrs. E. D. Beall. Mr. and Mrs. Deer [ *,vere met in Little Rock by their son Jim. who attends Hendrix .Col-; Icge. Conway, ' J Pfc. Donnie McDaniel. son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold McDaniel. will ar- , rive Wednesday for a few days visitJ with his family. Pfc. McDaniel is; now stationed at James Connaly i Field, Waco, Texas. ' Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Conner and children. Cheran and Tommy, have returned to their home in Monette after spending the past week with her parents Mr. and ' Mrs. Buford Boyles and family. i The Hev. D. B. Blr-dsoe. Baptist ! pastor, was honored Sunday night,] following church services, with a ! surprise birthday party at the home o! Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ray. by members of the Sunday School'class Luxora were the guests of her uroth- er Gilbert Wiley and family Thurs- das '' I tlieir family Sunday. The Slmll's Mrs. Ed Hanks and Mr. and Mrs.'Glenn, who attends Arkansas Stair Lemuel Hanks and son Lee of Mim- • College in Jonestioro, spent, the week ford, Tenn. \vere the wcrk end -juesH of Mr. and Mrs, Hussie I'erry.' Mis. , frank, v^lted h»r brother. Walter | visiting his parent*. I'prry, and Mrs. Perry In Memphis, ily of Dyer. Tenn., vftr the iiuests Tuesday' ot Mr. and Mrs. Ciarland ShuH mul ,. .. , , ' Mrs. Matlry Upion and Mrs. Rut... Perry were cnests at (he Dyets OEs meeting )ost Tuesday night. E. D. BeaH. vocational ~a*GriirV]Kur<? Inslivictor ot Wilson inch Krhool.i Wayne Alexander. T. J McAfee nmi ttw guts* ot her <fciii«ti»<r Kv> B P. Be.nll this week C. Mayo of Pine Bluff is spend- few davr, this u-eek with his '•' "• . JIIH " "." 11.1 > r. tills weex Wl"n Ills Joe Bovven are in Kansas Cit-v. Mo.l sl3 ,rr. Mrs. Bo..lton Garret, and Mr thie a'fnlf tl'Hdri, Hi,.,, ^rn « I. „.. J i _ ^'lullt". ^Ilu rrJl. iend at Mrs home, J. M, Bourland -~ •• — » ---• —-••".• i',&"v, this week, where rhey are attending ! Garrett : Pfc. Eugene Nixon, son of Mr. Rijrt | ih« National Fiilure Ka.mi-if ,,,| VJ ' lr ""Mrs. W. H. Nixon, who Is stationed' America Convention. I Keesler field, Miss, is I Mrs. P.- K. Cooley of niyihevllln is' Read Courier Classified AHs. Thkt Can Hear Now REGINA. gatk. 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