The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 27, 1954 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLTTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COOTIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER JT, 1994 DYESS NEWS mn. i. 1. JACOB* Mr. tad Mr» J. C. Warhum and erf Memphis spent the weekend her* as guests ol their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Warhurst and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huff. Mr. and M«. BSD McCIain and family moved to Memphis Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Chaplain were dinner guests Sunday in •jyumann at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Craig. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dallas, Mrs. rlorene Butler and son, Jerry, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Marshall and children were Sunday .guests m the home of Mr. and Mrs Calvin Dallas at Jackson, Mo. The Rev. and Mrs. Clarence O\v> have been called to a church ai Rustin, La. The Rev. Mr. Otts has been pastor here at the Assembly of God Church for several months. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Lambnck of Muriel dene, of Memphis spent Sunday here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Darnell. Miss Gail Matlock of Osceola was a houscguest in the Ross Klmbrcll home over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Youm; and children of Flint, Mich., are spending several days here with relatives. Miss Pauline Williams o[ Memphis spent Friday nifiht here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sorn.son had as their guests over the' weekend Mr and Mrs. J. L. Sornson and children ot Ijiporte, 1ml. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mallock and! Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Mallock and j children of Osceola were in Dyc-ss | visiunp friends Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Flavos Cnswcll and • children of Memphis wi-rc guests of j Mrs. .Cnwfll's , pim-nts, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley McAfee over the week' end. John Ramer and son, John Jr., returned Tuesday from Michigan City. Ind. John Jr.. will remain here for the school term. Jimmy Kimbrell a student at Sen- NAAWP President Given 30 Days To Pay Taxes Due BALTIMORE Wl — W. Bryant Howies, founder and president of the National Assn. for the Advancement of White People, has been given 30 days to remit about $2,000 In withholding taxes federal tax collectors say he deducted from the pay of employes but failed to forward to the government. Bowle.s. who led demonstrations which disrupted the integration of white and Negro pupils in the schools at MiHord, Del., was arrested in Delaware Oct. 10 on a charge of conspiracy to Interrupt . education of school children. He operated a roofing company — now defunct — in Baltimore in 952 and 1D53. of Memphis spent the weekc: guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Leonard Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Olln Holland and ikcnd HE atobia Junior College at Semitobla, children spent the naldson. Ark. iveek end in Do- Miss., spent the weekend here as Ipue-st of his parents, Mr. and Mrs Ross Kimbrell. ^ A.'3c Mack Clnuscl ot Blloxl. Miss , vi-sik'd his parents, Mr. and MT'and"Mrs. M. M. Stephen ol Mrs. Hcrshell Clauscl over the Los Angeles and Mr. and Mrs. Paul, weekend. Johnson of Grand Rapids. la., spent """"•• several days here last week visiting their parents. A. T. Edwards attended a Joint meeting of the State Department ol Local School Administrators at Le- pahto Friday. Cleo McGee left Friday for Detroit, Mich., where he will be cm- ployed. The Dyessettes sang Sunday night at the Baptist Church. Mrs. J. H. Balch and daughter, Linda Kay, rturned over the weekend from Detroit where they had .been visiting their son and brother the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Jones and children of Jonesboro spent thfi weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Henson. Mrs. Leroy Cannon returned Saturday from Memphis where she has been working lor several months. Sam Jones and son, Dicky, spent the weekend at Dardenelle where they attended a birthday dinner for Mr. Jones mother, Mrs. John W Jones who was BO .years old. Miss Bess Thrash of HftUiesburg, Miss., arrived last week to resume her position on the school facutly. Mrs. Vernon Nichols and baby of Alexandria, Va., are visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A, Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Wood and daughters, Carol and Kathy Lee, of Pontlac, Mich., arrived Sunday to make their home here. Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Mann were called to Port Still, Okla.. Saturday due to the illness of their daughter, Mrs. Basil Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sanders and daughter, Linda Joyce, of Memphis visited Mrs. Sanders' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Darnell Sunday. Miss Faye Darnell returned Sunday from Forrest City where she had been employed. Mr. and Mrs. Muriel Guy and son, ford Wood and J. E. Nichols were business callers in Wilson Saturday afternoon. Miss Ottis Rider of Memphis spent the weekend here as guest if her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rider. Miss June James spent Sunday In the home of Miss Jo Ann Balch. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wilkcs and children of Memphis spent Sunday afternoon as guests of her parents, Mi-: and Mrs. Tom Anderson. W. H. Noblin returned to his home at Jonesboro Saturday afternoon after having spent the past week here with his son, Bill Noblin. Mr. and Mrs. George Hughen and children of Grand Junction, Colo., arrived over the weekend for a visit with Mrs. Hughcn's sister, Mrs. Punk Halle at Dyess and other rel atives at Joiner. The Rev. and Mrs. M. J, Pollard and son, Marlon, of Bono arrived -lormel Arraigned On Drugs Charge LOS ANGELES Ml — George A. lormel II, meat-packing heir and piano player, has been or- cred to plead Nov. 3 to a charge f marijuana possession. Free on $1,500 bond, he was ar- alghed yesterday in Superior Court. Officers said they found litrijuana cigarettes in his car vhen he was arrested Sept. 19. HESTER'S O BEST GRADE (Plus Tax on 'i Tons or More) S. Highway 61 Phone POplar 3-3186 Say goodbye . .. goodbye FOREVER . . . to an old-fashioned "washday worry." Get yourself an automatic Natural Gas Clothes Dryer. No more messy trips to the clothesline. No more heavy laundry baskets to lug around or lilter up (he house. No more sagging clotheslines, chapped hands, wet feet .... when you dry your clothes the modern NEW CHEVROLET — The all-new 1055 Chevrolet goes on display at Sullivan-Nelson Chevrolet Co., here tomorrow. Pictured above is the popular Bel Air sport coupe. The '55 Chevrolet it available with either the six or valve-in-head V8 engine and comes in 14 Fisher body models in three new series. Longer, lower lines are accentuated in the all-new look. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettyt Nelle Starr Mrs. Spencer Driver and Mrs. Vaughn Posey, students at Mis- C. E. Sullenger are Little Rook visitors this week. Mrs. Driver's daughter, Mrs. Marshall Kline, Mr. Kline and daughter, Kelsey, who have been living in St. Louis, are moving lo Little Rock In the near future. Friends of Mrs. T. P. Florida w m be g )a d t 0 hear she is improv- nnrf ab|( , tQ be oul [or a " Monday to,visit Mr. and Mrs. H. L Wodcsitt. Miss Mary Beth Pollard it-Ill return home with her parents after having speiu the past week 1 short while every day. tl Mlsa Georgia Ann Modtsitt. Miss Jcnnette Bowen sissippi University, were home for the week end, The Parent-Teacher Association Is sponsoring their annual Halloween party Thursday night. For the small fry the affair will begin at 5:30 and continue until 7:30 with tlon at the elementary school. For the older group the party will take place at the Osceola High School Tickets are good for both school activities. The first grade mothers will be in charge at the elementary school. Employees of the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company were invited Thursday night to attend the district family party held at the Noble Hotel in Jonesboro. 240 officials and employees attended. Warren Bray, general manager in Arkansas, was the guest speaker. State officials with their wives formed the receiving line. Those from Osceola attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Slaton, Mr. and Mrs' ] supper being sold by the organlza- B OO Blender. Mrs. Nelle Kent, ; ' Mrs. Sam Pennington, Mrs. Lizzie Best, Mrs. Margaret Ford, Mrs. j Nelle Pelts, Mrs. Helen Grimes, j and ' auditorium and will start at 1:30. Miss Vivian Mae Carr, Miss Lou Cockrell and Mrs, Vivian Cockrell. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Applebaum and Mr. and Mrs. Koath Harwarg are In Memphis tonight attending the performance of the "King and I," at the auditorium. Chapter O, PEO, entertained with a luncheon at me seminole Club Thursday which was followed by a business meeting at the home of Mrs. Jettie Driver. Mrs. Lloyd Oodley presided at the business meeting. Mrs. D. Ohlendorf entertained with a canasta party at her home Monday afternoon. Preceding the games of canasta the hostess served a dessert course, centering the small tables were bubble vases holding a single red rose. Containers of bronze and white chrysanthemums were placed about the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Dick Cromer was high score winner at the conclusion of the games with Mrs. J. H. Hale winning low. ^ Mrs. Bill Thomas invited Mrs. R. B. Langsdon and Mrs. Tuck Glascoe to join the members of her bridge club when it met with her Friday afternoon. A dessert course was served. Mrs. P. D. Johnson won high score and Mrs. Vernon Aston won second. Mrs. Harold Smith was hostess Children's Cold Relieve Suffering bet-Effectively with WICKS WVAPORUB to her card club Thursday afternoon. Guests playing at the club were Mrs. Raymond Brown and Mrs. A. B. Ward. A dessert course was served. Victor Mann flew to Oklahoma last Week on business. Mrs. Mann met him In Memphis on his return trip. Fingerprinting as a method of identifying criminals wa» not adopted until the 1800s. 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