The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 14, 1937 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 14, 1937
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1-1, 1937 BLYTITEVILLE (ARK.)" COURIER NEWS P.-T1 10 MEET Dr. Sue Powers, Memphis, Will Address County Galhcring at Wilson The spring meeting of the Mississippi County Council of Parent- Teacher Associations will corivsne at the Methodist church, Wilson, at 10 o'clock Friday morning, April 16. . The annual election of officers will be held after which reports from all the losal units In the county will ije given. Dr, SU2 Powers ot Memphis, superintendent of Shelby county schools, will deliver the morning address on "Problems In Rural Education." Dr. Powers is an authority on rural educational problems ir the south. K she represented the National Educational Association al an International meeting in Oxford. Eiqland, in th? division o: rural education, in which she ha: had a wide range -of experience A soecinl invitation has been extended teachers and superintend onls to hear her at 11 o'clock. The afternoon session will be held at the Wilson school. The home economics department will give a style show, after which representatives of the Sight Saving council of Memphis will present a demonstration. Mrs, Will Fowler, president of the council. Miss Dorothy Correll, secretary, and Mrs. R.' B. Gordon will be in charee of the program, •.vhlch will be similar to thase given in Memphis recently, which created much attention. The session will b3 con- V. F. W. Head >ost. Joined the Blythovlllc trio and attended the Sunday meeting n Little Rook. nob Burns, the famous comedian and Member of the Vim Biiren lost of the Veterans ol l^ivigu Wars, will atlend Die stale convention. Jorm Linder, 87, Dies at Home of Daughter LBACHVILLE, Ark. — John A. Under, 87, died at the home ol his daughter, Mrs. I'erry UrtuUiain, In Leachvllle Monday. Mr. Linder spent most of his life here with Mrs. Bradham but frequently visited his other children until n few years ago-when his declining health prohibited his traveling very much. He was born at Jackson, Tenn., October n, 1850. He is survived by six daughters, Mrs. Bradham, Mrs. George How- years In Leavenworth prison and parents, Mr. and Mrs, Will Cal- firied $100 each In federal court., < ut of Oosnell. here today. • | Mr. and Mrs. N. Persfull moved James Lovrens and Sam Fife, from this community lo Dyess PAGE THREE whos; homes nrc west, of Holland Colony Tuesday. In Dunklin county, were sent toj Mrs, Melvln Whltchcad prison for a year nnd a day nnd family have returned to nnd l<*i.-.u,i I\JA ,i jttn *[ILU >* Mi.y i.,<\> ii>,,,,ij nine i^liilllvtl LU \iivij lined $100 end) on their plsas of home In Tennessee after n few guilty lo operntlnj an unbonded, weeks visit will) Mrs. Wlillehend's still, nisi. Ally. II. c. Blanto'.i I parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Eiild Lorrcm li:ij been sentenced toj.-msiord. federal prison twlre from Alabama on revenue charges. Waggoner, Arlcmsas, Veterans of nrcl of New Orleans I,n Mrs W " om Foreign Wars of Mie United Slates. '-B. Ilnnmi of Houston, Texas, Mrs! 'I"-'"' - Mury Ash of Falrflcld. III,. Mrs. I Slilp 1 Hayti Society — Personal Mr, nnd Mrs. Julius Wlgcloor of Charleston were here Sunday vls- iiiK Mr. and Mrs. Joe. Kohn. Mesdami's P. B. Teastor nnd returned Sunday Fred Horn Shlplon Tnskee, Mo., where they Paul Dleasc of lienton, Mo., Mrs. Jennie Wilder of Gideon, Mo., >.it Saturday on Mrs. ..ilpton, who formerly resided nt Tliskcc, lind her furniture inooved here. eluded with n uicture show, presented by Superintendent Bird of the Wilson schools. An attendance lamp is to he given away. Services at Bassett for Mrs. Lemuel Ford BASSETT. Ark.— Funeral services were held at Bassett cemetery Monday morning for Mrs. Mary Lee Ford, 22, who died of peritonitis early Sunday at her home near Reiser. The Rev. Mr. Smith of Keiser conducted the services. Mrs. Ford is survived by hei husband. Lemuel Ford, a smal daughter, Wilraa Lee, a brother, John House, of Bassett. and her mother, who lives in Mississippi. Annual Encampment Will Be field al Lillle Rock in June Tom IJcen, commander of the lermaa Davis post, here, John Buchanan and R. V. McFall of his city attended a meeting in Little Rock Sunday when plans vere made for the state Veterans nf Foreign Wars Encampment to be-held June C. 7 nnd 8 at Little Rock. nnd one son, Paul Lindc-r of Dal green, 111. He also leaves two biothcrs, Ellis of luka. 111., nnd •Ed of Santa Ana, Calif., and one -- sister. Mrs. James Prmidfleld of. lllL ' re lor medical treatment, i Wnljjreen, III. j Hammelback anil Mr. Ncthery re Fuicriii services were held ut < m '»fd home Sunday evening, the home Tuesday, willi biirlul ,,1 .t-uchville cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hammelback and Mr. S. E. Ncthery motored to Memphis Sunday, Mrs. Hammel- back entered the Baptist hospital Mr. Mi. mul Mrs, Girth Smith of yew Colony spent, the week end Hli the former's parents, Mr. m Mrs. Smith, Miss Minnie Slieppnrd, who Iius wfty -'in 111 for foui- weeks, returned 10 school Monday. The church observed the lord's SuiijK'i- Sunday nl(;hl when n lame iniwct attended. W, F. Umsford ami family luul us tlieir quests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Orienn Craig, Mrs. Shirlle lioss. of Hipley, Tenn,, Mr, and Mrs. i!ob Koblnson, of PnraRould,, and Mr, and Mrs. Cozlnc Illack-; well, of Armorel. ; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Via, Mr, I d Mrs. Murk Skelton and son.' r. and Mrs, Ralph East nnd son, 're Bursts of Mr. Rust at Manila 1 mday. ' • I Keiser News The ladles of the Methodist Missionary socluty met in tile church auditorium Monday nfter- noon. MLS, Fred Crockett presided because of the recent Illness of the president, Mrs, w. M. Tuylor. Mrs. |{. n. Robinson intended the District l'.-T, A. meeting In Osceola Monday. Mr. and Mrs. w. c. McCain, parents of Mrs. Harvey Wilson, were iniests In Keiser over thii week end. Their home is in con- Number Nine News Mrs. Paul Collins entertained with a shower Saturday night for Mrs. Frank Coat.s, Die former Miss Alice Collins. Mrs. Htelin Stovnll Is 111 this week. Her sister. Mrs. Brad- . of lllylhevllle, mid Miss Hexslc Tucker are nt her bedside. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bob Stovnll drove to Parngould Sunday' on business. Mr. nnd Mis. Bruce Harris of Lonoko .spent last week end wllli nml FREE* GEM r lib Li I SAFF/TYRA Pemisco* Countv Men Get Penitentiary Terms CAPE OIRARDEAU. Mo.— Alfred Judge W. J. commander ot Waggoner, stale the organization, was in Blythcville 'several ago, visiting with local members. He was accompanied by F, E. De.- "jtimore and Mr. Bean. Bob Bradley of Forrest City former commander of fie local i . Kurtz ami William Maiming. . Pemlscot county men charged with making and selling liquor along the Mississippi river south ol Ca- nitliei'svllle. were sentenced (o UT. The Portuguese introduced tlie folding fan into Europe from India and the Far East, during the sixteenth century. The fad rap- Idly spread throughout Europe. 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