The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 7, 1940 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 7, 1940
Page 3
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1940 BLYTHEVTU-E (ARK.) COUNTER NEWS Manila Society—Personal Workers Council Meets ,'Sixty-five members and officers and teachers of the Baptist church met Monday night for their regular monthly meeting. Each officer and teacher and every sponsor of a E. T. U. group have a, report of the work done in,their department or class for this past month. Outstanding work reported at- the ! meeting was the purchase of two oi) circulators for use in the audi- U>riurn of the' church. The ladies o£ the church served an Italian spaghetti supper. • » * W. M. U. Meets iiahi Tipton. son cf I\Ir. a?id Mrs. Jack Tipton.' . • Ray C. Grain, who' is employed in Memphis, spent this week end with his wife and son hi Manila. Mrs. C#ain and son are leaving this \week to join him there where they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Becket and family left Monday morning for McCray, Ark. Mr. Becket has been in the restaurant business in Manila for the past three years. He was an American Legion member and a leader in that organization. Mr. Becket's former home was in McCray. Mr. and Mrs. Kip Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Tatum of Manila are spending a few days with Mr. Moore's parents in Wabaskia. Ark. . Mr. nncl Mrs. Louis Townsend. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Fleeman spent Sunday as the guests of Mr. Townsend's mother, Mrs. L. M. Townsend. hLs grandmother, Mrs. Woody The W. M. U. met Monday after-Jin Birchtree. Mo. Mrs. L. M. Town- noon at the _ Baptist Church for send is visiting there from New its regular Royal Service program (York City. with Mrs. Doyle White as the leader for the afternoon. The topic for the afternoon v v as "Faithful Amid Persecutions." Opening song was "Paith of Our Fathers" followed by prayer by Mrs. O. W. Sellers. Mrs. the scriptures first and last, E. P. Alston read concerning Paul's messages. The topic. "Christianity in Europe," was discussed by Mrs. Lee David and Mrs. O. W. Sellers gave a talk on "The Whys of Conditions in Europe." Mrs. George Curtwright president, presided over the business meting. The hostesses for the. afternoon were. Mrs. R. N. Fox. Mrs. E. L. Caraway wright. and Mrs. George Curt- Mr. and Mrs. Mac Malone of Nashville, Tenn.. and formerly of Los Angeles. Calif., were guests this past week of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. David in Manila. Mr. Malohe is a recruiting officer in the Navy. • Miss Jewel Middleton returned to Manila Monday after a visit with Miss Maud Smith in Memphis, Tenn. Mrs. A. T. Pierce and Mrs. Dean Pierce were • in Jonesboro Tuesday attending to business interests. . Mr. and Mrs. Odell Penny of Blytheville were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. David. Among those from Manila who attended the Fifth District meeting of the American Legion in Blytheville. Sunday, were: B. J. David, commander of the Manila Herman Davis Post; A. J. Weinstine, finance officer; W. L. An- chliri, adjutant; Bert Mitchell, historian; Luther Middleton, L. A. Stein, John Russell. Ed Brown, Noeh Kisner. Several others attended in private cars and aboard the "40-8" train that picked up some Legion members here on its trip from Jonesboro to Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fowler attended -the Charter meeting of..the; Lions "Club" • of Leacliville Monday; nigfit. Mrciis..- club' was organized"" partly, as' tfie" result of the Manila Lions Club and Mr. Fowler was one of the Manila members that worked hard to bring this about. Glenn Fowler was in Jonesboro Saturday where he attended to business interests. Manila School District No. 15 is to be one hundred • percent at the A.E.A. Convention to be held in Little Rock this wek. All the teachers together with Superintendent W. W. Fowler plan to attend this convention. The teachers that live away from Manila will -return to ?o. Those that will attend are: W. W. Fowler. L. K. Holt, Mr. Hudson; Miss Carolyn Haley. Miss Lillian Shaver. Mrs. Ada Bow en. Sanderson, Vardiman Osborne v Mrs. V. Osborne, John Osbome. Mr. and Mrs. John Morris. Chloa McCormick. Mrs. Orin Green. Mrs. Delia Lancaster. Alma Bremer, Anna Ruth Stigill, Miss Bingham, Margaret and . Elizabeth Lynch, Mrs. Bill Williams; Miss Bernita Osborne and Miss Almeda Berry. Barney Stutts of Albany, N. Y., is visiting relatives in Manila. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Craig and family of Alamo v Tenn., spent the week end in Manila as the guests of Mr. arid Mrs. Dean Pierce. Mrs. Clara Hornberger returned Monday from a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Miles, in Hot Springs. Ark. They were joined there by- her son. Joe Hornberger of Louisiana. Mrs...H. Poe was the guest last week end of her daughter, Mrs. Carl Reitz, of Memphis, Tenn. Shade East and son, Venter Doyle, have returned to their home in Canalou. Mo., after a week's visit with friends and relatives in Manila. Vester Doyle spent most of the week as the guest of Carl Wil- Miss Edythe' Tipton. who is a student at Harding College in Searcy, Ark., spent tin's week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Tipton in Manila.' She brought as her house guest. Miss Tommy Williams, of Ash Plat, Ark., who is a student at Harding College. Albert Best was a business visitor in Walcott, Ark., Sunday. Miss Melba Davis, who is a nurse in the St. Bernard's Hospital in Jonesboro, was the guest this week of her father, H. W. Oavis, and other relatives, in Manila. Mrs. Ben Schneider, who lias been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Fendler. for the past two weeks, has returned to her home in Indianapolis, Incl. Mrs. W. L. Anchlin and daughter, Prances, were guests of friends in Blytheville, Sunday. Another BiythcVilie guest uns Mrs. Frank (daughters, Eunice and Helen, visited Homer of Manila, who was the" guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Horncr. Miss Eleanqr Derrick, of Jonesboro. supervisor of the Dist. Library Project, was in Manila. Monday, where she aided in opening the iibraiy in Manila that is a project under her supervision. Miss Almeda Berry, a teacher in the Manila School, has .returned to her home in Manila after complet-- ing a short course at Jonesboro State College. Dyess Personals Mrs. Roy Pennell and daughter, Royline, visited in Blythevilie Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. WHchi Stiles. J. H. Hale and daughter of Memphis spent the weekend here witli Ins parents, Mr. and Mrs EUie Hale. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Tarpley included her father, Quint Andrews, her sister, Mrs Bern ice McBee and daughters, Frances, Virginia. Elizabeth and Martha McBee and Miss Mary Sue Brady, all of Marianna; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Andrews, Aubry; und Mrs. Powell S. Shu ford of McGhee. Miss Louise Wa.sson of Lepunto .spent the weekend here with Miss Louise Hustings. Louis Bramley has returned home from St. Charles C. C. C. Mr. and Mrs. Basil Bezzo and daughter, Joy Bess, returned Tuesday from Dardanelle, where they had visited'her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Collier, and sister, Miss Agnes Collier. Hubert England and Hershall Davis of Killian, Ala., were recent guests of their uncle,' John w. Ramer. Mrs. A. V. Wasson, Lepanto, spent Saturday here with Mrs. H. H. Crawford. <A Mr. and Mi's. D. .G. Hicks and FOR SALE Outboard Motors Only Four Famous Reconditioned Sea King Motors 3 H.P. Reg-. $63.95— Now 3 H.P. Re?. $63.95— Now 5 H.P. R«£. $84.95— Now .§37.50 .$37.50 $50.00 5 H.P. Deluxe Re?. $93.50— Now §55 Montgomery Ward PACE THREE Suiutay in Tyvoimi with daughter. Mrs. Grace Singleton. Mr. and Mrs. Odes Johnson, Wilson, spent Saturday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Carter. T. W. Ei-hols, or Pavkdale, and Mrs. B. Z. Rice of Dennott were guests of their brother, J. K. Echols and I'umily last week. Mrs. .1 R. 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