The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1943 · Page 8
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PACE RIGHT WORKERS COUNCIL MtElS NN ^O. W. Mellon, teacher of Uie Men's Bible .Class, VMS tlie principal speakei al flic monthly mcel- IIIB of officers and teachers of the Baptist "Sunday School hi Hie educational bulldliiB Tuesday nighl Mr. Mellon sjwke on ' BaplMs In Sunday School, History." Included in the reports from the various departments wiis a gift of «. piano to the Nursery of which Mrs. >A. F. Gliiscoe Is superintendent, Bowls of iris and roses decorated the tables and room where" the 25 officers held the supper meeting. f Thb Rev. Harold 13. Tillmtm told of. plans for,,the Dally Vacation Bible School to uc conducted for two-weeks-following the close of Osccola .schools. Miss Ruth Wa((»?s, who will graduate from Ihc Southern Baptist College, Pocahontas, Ark., Hits month and who has been clcclcd Educational Director for the Osccola church, will direct the school. In an: advertising contest, conducted dining Ihc social hour, B. E.,..Moore mid Mrs. ft, H. Jones were winners. ,• Hostesses for the evening wc'rp Mis. J. 5. McCants, Mrs. A, F. Glascoc'and -Mrs. John Douglas. • ;j. S. Builon, Sunday School s\i- pcrinUmdcril, had charge of the meeting. r * * * * RELATIVE OF OSCEOLAN IHES .Funeral services for Mrs. R. II. I,'. Rambo of, Fayettcville, Tenn.. were held there Monday. .Mrs. Rambo was the grandmother of Miss Mary Elizabeth Flnmilgnn of tills city aiid of Miss Jane Flan- niean and Ben Flannlsan of Santa Monica, Calif. She was 18. n She is suivlved by one daughter, Mrs. iLouclla Flannigan of Denver, Colo,, who formerly lived, here, and two sons, Fiank Rambo and' Bennett Bambo of FaycUevllte NEW FRISCO KMPLOVKKS - Miss Virginia Eachus of St. Gcnc- vlcve, Mo, arrived this week to take up her duties as cleik nt the Fiisco Depot. •James Slmttou of.Sikeston, Mo., has-also come to Osceol« to begin his work as cablilci-opcifilor for the Frisco. E. R. Smith is Frisco agent; here. Miss Clementine Bowen left Tuesday for ten days visit In Houston Tex , as the house' guest of Lieut Milton Jones of Ihe Army Air Corps and his parents, Mr. and Mis J. Byron Jones of that city. Accompanying Miss BOwan was Mis, David Lee,, who went as far as Long View, Tex,, with her on hei way to San Antonio to visit her brother, Robert Murphy who Is i» the Base Hospital there following several months • service' overseas Mrs. .Lee will also jjo to Shcppard Field to visit her son, Bruce Ivy Jr., who u lu the Army Air Corjvt. Mi, and Mis. G. B. Segraves silent several days at Pine Bluff last week on business connected with Mi. Segravcs' farming inters there Miss Cora Leo Colcnian of Bly- !hev)!le \vas Die guest of Mrs. Jolm \V. Edrlnelon for the weekend. Mrs.. J. H, Hook M-enl to Memphis asl weekend to meet her son, Adalr Hook who had completed his trailing nt the Greenville Basic Air Field and was being transferred to a field In Dothan, Ala., for his •ulvanced training. Corp. Baker L. Turner wns the iuest of Dr. niul Mrs. L How ton this week and of his liiotlicr in Blythevllle. Cor|x>ral Turner, for- iierJj' with the Davis Drug Store icic, is in (lie 89lh Genera) Hos- iltnl Corps, Charleston, S. C. Billic Davcnport,s2c, stationed at San Diego, Calif.,-spent last week vltli his parents; 1 Mr. nml Mrs, Otto Davenport. Mrs. "Ifv.hr Biiller and baby of Memphis arrived lust week to spend lie 'remainder of the war period lere with her parents. Air, and Mrs. H E, Tompkius, while Mr. Duller is hi service. Miss Carolyn Rhodes returned home Friday from Washington after H visitor tivo weeks with his brother, Capt. Joe Rhodes and fami My in that city. Her uiollicr, Mrs. Joe Rhodes Sr., returned home •Tuesday from Benlonvllle, AKt., where 'she attended tlie funeral of her brother, E. B. Fergus, She was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. J. W. Fergus of Bcntonvillc, who ivil! make her home here witli Mrs Rhodes. : MVKlMVi; BABY GIKL Mr. mid Mrs. J. L. 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