The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 14, 1940 · Page 4
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FOE* GOUEIER NEWS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1940 ; Osceola Society—Personal Gives Bridie Party : one of me larger bridge parties of the^ Autumn was that givea by Mrs. Harold F. Ohlendorf and Mrs. ft S Crihfield on Tuesday after' at the Ohlendorf home on Arcnibald' Attending the" University of Tennessee-South western game in Memphis were Mr. and' Mrs. Ben Butler and sons, Ben and Gene; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lowrance, Mr and Mrs. R. C. Branch, Mr; and Mrs: Hale Jackson, p. E. Tompkihs, the Rev. Harold the Rev. L. T DQUll »u v"** v»»- r . 0 Highway 61 south of town for 48 jfeste. Purple and gold chrysan- -'tfcemums were used throughout the woms with matching tallies decorated with the chrysanthemums. : In the games Mrs. Joe Cromer received highest score award, a floral picture, with Mrs. D. fa Laney receiving a hammered silver tray for second high score. Mrs. Robert Sumner was given hurricane lights** for k low and Mrs. S. M. 'Hodges Jr.- a waffle and syrup set for consolation. Has Supper Club Arrangements of bronze' and gold chrysanthemums were accented with a "gleaming yellow • damask - table cloth for the- turkey dinner given by Dr. and' Mrs. L.. D. Massey on lYiday night to the . couples belonging to the Twin-Six Supper ^Club Mrs. Massey used matching place cards wun yellow chrysanthemums on'them. In 'the- card^ games that, followed, D. S. Laney' won the prize. Blllle Edrlngton, B. Tillman and Lawrence t W. F. (HyV Wilson of Wilson went- to Dallas for the Southern Methodist: University-Texas A. & M; game.. * • • Rotariaiis Have Armistice Program The Rev. L. T. Lawrence, pastor of the Presbyterian church, wa* leader of an interesting- Armistice Day program for the Rotary Club oil Tuesday 1 'when'.all ex-service ;men were special guests. Each man was given an opportunity to tell of his impressions recollections and whereabouts on ,Nov. 11, 1918, when the armistice 'was signed. Those taking' part in the "memories" were G. Heartsill Banks, Roy E. Dawson; Ki R. Reid R. M. Fletcher, Steve Ralph, Ben Butler, jr.. B. Bunn, J. A. Pigg D. S. Perkins, Eddie Stielton and Leon Ross. Rev. Lester M. Bickforcf expressed the appreciation and love the club to the Rev. Paul V; Galloway, pastor of the Methodist church; who is moving, .to Forrest City to-begin his new pastorate. Other guests were Guy Cleaver of Muskogee, Okla., A. R. Shearon Marked Tree, and MillardJ. Tompkins of Osceola. .. President Carroll W. Watson announced that the subject of bring- Scritibf antf Elementary School, with! ductioh. the' " exception o'f Miss Blanche Cleere, who was kept at home on ^account: of her mother's illness- were in Little Roclr from. Thursday | over the? weekend for the Arkansas Education Association. The majority remained in Little Rock with friedris or relatives or visited their families in other parts of the state Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Dawson were' joined by their daughter, Katie Nell, who attends Arkansas Teachers College, Conway, for the weekend with Mr. Dawson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Dawson; in Beebe. W. H. Gardner, principal of the elementary school, and Ml« Sibyl Webb visited their parents in Bismarck and Arkadelphla. Mies Sarah Bbland, Miss Crenor Hale and Mrs. Louise Presson remained lit Little Rock, Mrs. Presson; as guest of her brother-in-law, Bert Presson, state adjutant of the American Legion. 'Returning home on Friday were John- P. Keiser, Mrs. Tom Laney and Mr; and Mrs. Leslie Specfc. E. W. Packard went to AJarao Term., to spend, the weekendJwitli his family at the home of "Mrs Packard's parents. Miss Dorothy • Starr and Miss Lena Avery visited friends in Little Rock and- Memphis respectively. rewyi*. . i at Norfolk, Va., in the United States Mis* Chiles was guett- aotoist- for. Navy,, is' on' his first furlough with the-dayi and; night'c6hv€ntion. and " "" ' ~— led .the 200" representatives in. several numbers accompanied by the orchestra/Meetings were : held at the Marion Hotel'. Mr/ and Mrs. E. S. Shippen ; will leave Sunday for a motpr. trip to Annapolis,, Md., to' visit their son Joe Shippen, who is a student in ing the series of International Institute of Understanding lectures 'to Osceola this .winter would be voted upon at next' week's meeting E. S. Chiles Honored E. S. Chiles^ and, daughter, Miss Jean Chiles, were .in Little Rock Saturday and : Sunday for the annual convention ; and. sales meeting of the New" Orleans district ,of Singer sewing: machine repfe- ; sentatives where;' Mr. .Chiles was given special recognition' for his having, been with the organization , longer than any other man. Mr. Chiles' record covers '28 years ALMOST-A Attend J. C. Young Funeral - Among those from distant points Who were here for the funeral services of Joe C. Young on TUBS- An ofhArnrYjii were Mr. and Mrs . _ . „ ....... , . T V rHt-fm of Cincinnati Ohio; :to Osceola this winter would be of continuous service ar distribu- £r iv^Piia. Mevers and daughter voted upon at next week's meeting -tor for Osceola and> South'Missis- ?ane Mevers Mr. and Mrs * * • sippi County and to West. Memphis: MPvers and jack- McCullough,! Attend Teachers Meeting: ' |-He' also 'led: the entire:. New Orf Detroit- Dr. Charles Pipkin' The entire, faculty o£ Osceola Hi^h! leans district"the. past year in proof Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, La.; W. \V. Bancroft, Springfield', Mo. Accompanying Joe Clay Young and family from Jonesboro were Mr and Mrs. Caleb Watson Jr., Mrs Ware Watson, Mr. and 'Mrs H C Stuck, Mrs. E. C. Stuck, Mrs. Major Griflin; H. C. Phillips, Mav- cus Feitz, Mr. and Mrs. Tonr Love, Leon Brown, Herbert McAdams Earl Griflin and W. Y. Nash. .Mr. and Mrs. James- R. Young of Heth were accompanied by their sons, A-B.-Young-and Mrs. Young-, Carl and" Reece Young; also a sister of Mr. Young's," Mrs: Fannie Hale of -Memphis, with her children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Orr, Miss Augusta Young and' Mrs. Jim Taylor. /In addition to the large number :from Luxora- were Mr. and Mrs '•John Stevens of Dell and E. C ; iRobinson of Blytheville, .the'; United' States' Naval';Academy They .will also -visit relatives in Washington including a son of Mr Shippen arid his'Wife. , Mr. and' Mrs. Guy Cleaver of Muskogee, pklai, are here for a visit with their daughter, Mrs. Lester M. Biclcford, and the Rev. Mr Bickford ; . Mr. and'Mrs'-.. E.- H. Burns'had as their guests over-, the.: weekend his brother, tester: Ml Burns and family; of YellVille, Ark., and Mr. and Mrs, John C. Johnson and daughter, Emily Carroll, -of'Poca- hontas. ; , G. B. Segraves was a/ busines: visitor in Little Rock Tuesday. , Mr.- and. Mrs. A. G ; : Brickey left Wednesday for a two; weeks vusi- ness and pleasure' trip to" Houston, Tex'.,- and- the;• Rib 1 Grande Valley, where Mi'. Brickey has^ business in- terestsi Miss Bhckey wilt' stop ,in Houston to be the guestvof Miss Ethel Jones, daughter 6t ; Mr. and Mrs. R; H. Jones of tliis-vCity./ Mrs-. Frank Williams spent" Monday in Crawfordsville as gtiest of her mother,, Mrs. Et D'. Bbzeman. Memphis" visitors Monday, were Mrs. Hale Jackson and Mrs. Ida Tucker. : . : : 'Mr. and; Mrs; Ira ,Pirtlfe^spent seyerai days herej tlie fiist^ ot- tiie week! as'rgiiests 6fv : her sister and brother^ 'Mrs"; E. D: Pittnian:-o^:Car- 'son Lakej and- R: H; Jones of Osce- his .parents. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dilla'rd. Mr. and Mrs. Dillard also had as guests Sunday Henry Robinson of Forrest City and Miss Mildred Logan of Memphis. Mfs> R. C. Bryan and Miss : Sarah Pearl Boland will go to Blue Mountain, Miss., Saturday for the Homecoming celebration' in honor of the ninetieth birthday of Mother, Berry Miss Barbara Banks spent the weekend- with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G'. Heartsill Banks and at- tended the, Jonesbcro-Blytheville football game in; Blytheville Friday night. Her parents took her back to Arkansas State College Sunday and attended the sessions of the Northeast Arkansas Methodist Conference. Mr. and Mrs. G.- B. Segraves Jr and baby son,. George Basil Se?raves III, went to Little Rock today where they will visit her parents, and Mr. •Segraves will undergo a throat operation at a Littl? Rock hospital. They- will be away ten days. The blow-fly requires less thi a day to develop within the egg. Lloyd Chiles,'who Is; with- the U. S. Engineers in Memphis, spent the weekend here with his parents?. Mr. and Mrs. E/S. Chiles. Virginia' Lee Best, daughter of Mr. and: Mrs. J. J. Best, will be brought home. Friday from Methodist Hospital in: Memphis where she underwent an appendectomy Friday. . Mr. and Mrs, Edgar Davenport are the parents of a baby son born ^ __ _ at their home Sunday morning: The J jggj&f&$ ?&*_ .baby, weighing seven pounds, has jteJIRIXl—f»f tt«# M «fftr40"l«MoH been namea Calvin Eddie. ' af all Kirby Stores: Was Old at 6 GETS VIM, PEP, FEELS YOUNGEI •'I'm 62. Foil my i«««very bit. B»»t Ouirei Rave r vlis and p*p ihiit nukket ui« le*l niAiiy V'& youuKer."—A. 8. Horcop, Nap*, C»l. O8TR] tablet* contain tonics, ttinmlgnta «jfwn uwdea M 40—J>y bodie^ lacking Iran, ciildum. phoaunorL Iodine. Vltumln Bi. For-men and women. A "3-y«: iOla: ''. ,,• ; ... •'..// .-.VV ..;•/,;.;.::'-, : Frarik : Tompkins ,_h' as" returnee ; to Russelivine Polytechnic -Scribo i after; four days here withv. His- parents, Mr. and- Mrs. P. 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