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PAGE TEN BLTOIEVIT.LE (ARK.) COfRIER NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 85, 1955 OSCEOLA NEWS By Btltyt Ncllc Sttrr Miss Joanne Cullom, and Mis Karen Young will arrive \Vednesda.v from Vanderbilt to spend the holl days with their families. Arriving also on Wednesday tc spend the holidays with their (ami lies are Misses Mary and Martha Dlllard, Miss Gaye Waddell ana Miss Jonan Nelson all freshmen a Undenwood College in St. Charles Mo. Billy Alexander, student at South western and Johnny Strlckling o Memphis State are among the col lege students to come home to celebrate the occasion. Wade Rogers . freshman at Rice in Houston, Tex. MANILA NEWS Mis. James Felts _-• J. \V. Osborn was surprised Saturday by his family with a dinnei onh is 81st birthday. When hfs'chM •dren gathered in he was just a b'.c peeved that he hadn't been let in on te plans, but all was soon forgiven and he spent a wonderful day wii.i hi? family. The dinner consisted of turkey and all ih'e trimmings. His granddaughter, Mary Lou, lighted the candles for him to blow out as the group sang "Happy Birthday, Dad" with each one wishing him many happy more such days. Mr. Osborn has farmed near Manila for many years and is still active and looks after his business in- ternes. .. resent for the day was Mrs. George Dunnigan and Mrs. E. L. iVliiii^an and son of Jefferson City, Tennessee, Mr. and Mrs. John. Osborn and Mr, and Mrs. Richard Osborn and daughters of Blythe- vilel, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Osborn, Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Fleeman, Mrs Harold Fleeman and daughter. In a quiet ceremony Friday af ternoon at Hernando, Miss., Mrs Betty Moon, daughter of Mr. am Mrs. Leo Flagg, became the bridi of Noel Story of Manila. The marriage was performed a the Baptist parsonage with the pas tor of tiie church officiating. The bride chose for her wedding H blue flannel suit, with which shi wore black accessories. After the wedding the young cou pie left for a short honeymoon in Nashville, Tenn. They will make their home In Manila, Mr. Storey is employed" at Gene's Service Station and Mrs. Storey is a secretary at the Thomas Mfg Company in Manila. Mr. and Mrs. John Felts am son, John Allen of Osceola anc Mr. and Mrs. James W. Felts were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Har ry. Felts. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Donner .anc son, Gerry, were in Holland, Mo. Sunday afternoon visiting Mr, ani Mrs. Pinell Capehart and daughter Carrie Jean. Mrs. W. R. Fox left Sunday after noon for Oklahoma City, Okla. where she will visit her aunt, Mrs Lem Andrews, for several days. Dr. W. R. Fox left Sunday morn Ing for Marion, Ky., where he wll visit his sister, Mrs. Katherlne Ste phens, for two weeks. Miss Dorothy Watson of Osecoln was a dinner guest, of John Horn bnrger Friday evening at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jot Hornberger. Mr, and Mrs. C. E. Williams, o Mncon, On., are visiting Mrs. Wil Hams' sister find family, Mr. and An,.. Joe Morton, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Horner ant son were dinner guests of Mr. ant Mrs. Steven Jones of Blythevilli Sunday evening. The occasion wa to celebrate the ninth birthday o their gramlson, Hugh Johns. They took him a big white birthday caki with nine c;\ndles on it and in scribed, "Happy Birthday" on th top. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Stutts am children and Miss Edna Mne Booth of Caraway were Sunday dlnne guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Bol in p. W. E. Green and W. O. Green were In Marmaduke Wednesday ti attend the funeral of J. R. Burks a the Methodist Church there. Mi- Burks xva.s a brother-in-law to W E. Green and an uncle to W. 0 Green. Miss Wanda McWilliams .of Ar ktinsas • Baptist College, Walmi Ridge, was the week end guest o her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chestei McWilliams. New! Used! HOUSING PROBLEM? Right Now, HERE in BLYTHEVILLE You Can See Mobile Homes • Low Down Payment • Low Monthly Payments • Lowest Interest Hates rniri/ UKAiK MOBILE Of Blythcville, Ark. Highway 61 South Francliiscd dealer for over 50 NAME BRAND MOBILE HOMES NEW! USED! came home to Join his family. Dr. and Mrs, D. P. Rogers and sister Miss Mary Frances Rogers. Miss BHlie Gaines Mann and Miss Bettye Jo Pendergrass are Joining the college crowd, the two girls are students at Ouachtta College ami will be home for the balance of the week. Jimmy Lowe, Karen Bradley, Dowell Harlan, Russell Thornason and Alien Starr came home from Arkansas State at Jonesboro to spend the holidays. Jean Driver Kendrick, Carolyn Reid, Carolyn Edrington and Donnie Threlkill are among those attending the University of Arkansas who will be here with their families. Mrs. Ray Beck was complimented Saturday night when Mrs. T. L. Stanford entertained forty guests at her home in Luxora with a miscellaneous shower, honoring the recent bride. Decorations for the party were in keeping with the approaching Thanksgiving holiday. Dried arrangement of colorful flowers and foliage intermingled with arrangement of white and yellow pom-pom mums. The dining table, overlaid by an imported handmade cover, 'A'as centered with the white and yellow mums. Presiding 'at the bowl or mulled eider was Mrs. Tom Callis. Miniature ears of corn, bronze and maroon foliage encircled the traditional bowl of cider. Party foods carrying out Thanksgiving "colors filled the refreshment table. Old fashioned games and love songs provided the evenings merriment, followed by Mrs. Beck opening her shower gifts. Her hostess presented her with a special gift and a corsage of white and yellow chrysanthemums. in Osceola Memorial Hospital, Mrs. Evon Posey of Oakland. Calif., who is here to spend Thanks- j giving with her parents, Mr. ami 1 Mrs, A. W. Bowen, was complimented Wednesday with a canasta- luncheon by her aunt, Mrs. Paber White. Attractive arrangements of yellow and white pom-pom mums were used to decorate the lower floor oi' Mrs. White's home. , Mrs. Posey was presented a gift corsage and hose by her hostess. In the table decorations in the dining room a Thanskgiving theme was carried out- Mrs. Bowen and Mrs. J. L. Ward, grandmother ol Mrs. Posey were special guests. In the games of canasta that followed the luncheon, Mrs. BiUy j Chiles won high score, Mrs. Qllie ' Cantrell, Jr., won second. Mrs. Alec Crosirrwalt was low score. I Nation's Jailers Face Problem In Handling Intoxication Cases By I 1 AIM. It. JOKDAN | two uniformed men. I.OVISYHA.K, Ky, i.?}— A man| lie is being bookvd tor limnkiMi i iv Is cMzily in a chair, flings s ness—one of an estimated t'ivo h:::i--i>lf viciously to the floor, then] million persons jailed on various n suudied by [he strong arms of charges each year iii the United atiny with local yrmips to point up major problems through panel discussions asui deuiousU'uttons, The make-believe drunk scene described at (he be^innin<; wjis presented yesterday at n regional I ' WASHINGTON W)—The Cathollo fonim on Jail problems sponsored hierarchy of the United States will Clean Up Movies, Catholics Say ,-i by the NJA and the Kentucky Jvut- Assn. Ca.st in the role of a cunpaign through the church's Lc- Mr. and Mrs. V.. G. Mann attended the Baptist State Convention in Little Roclt last week. Mrs. C. E. Sullenger was hostess Friday to her two table bridge Mrs. Harry Miller, Sr.,U a patient! club. Mrs. Spencer Driver was a M:->. SuKp:i£pr served hot plum pudiii:^ and coffee when her yuest? .irr;veci. Mrs. Joe Cromer won high score. Mr?, Charlie Lowrance emer- ::iined the Town and Country Ca:. i--:i Club Thursday at her home ::-. Driver. Fall arrangements were used to decorate Mrs. Lowrance's home. Mrs. Guy Bryant was a special Vilest. High scores were won by Mrs. Frank Williams and Mrs. Tal Ton- gale. Miss Lynn Weinberg is spending Thanksgiving in Memphis as guest of Miss Suzanne ShaLnberg. The num writhes and grunts agonizingly, like a wild aninuU j desperately bent on eluding its I captors. The scene Is only imaginary but the problem of how to deal with such persons is a -eality faced dally by this nation's 4,000 county jails and 10,000 city lockups and workhouses. Injured or Drunk These jail administrators must determe: Has a prisoner been injured, is he a mental case, a drug addict, an epileptic, or merely a "sloppy drunk." ; And to achieve the highest efficiency toward that aim, the National Jail Assn., is busily cooper-' RJOII of Decency against what th* 'Genuine | bishpps call a "rising tide of moral Drunk uas S. T. "Chic'" Sale, food; laxity" Iti the mo/fes, service miministnitur, U. S. Bureau j plans for a "revllalizatlon of tht of Prisons. Washm^UH*. U. C. I s\ims and purposes" of the Legion, Frank F Kcnton. NJA executive | a Catholic organization for moral secretary.'s:ud it is the aim of his! evaluation of motion pictures, were ornaniza'ticm to support and eoor- announced last night through the dinate the 12 local associations in the United States. Problems Hi? listed these problems of Jail administration in the order of their importance: The need for improved facilities; trained personnel; the necessity for erasing the public concept that a jail is a prison; the need of active support of the community, public and private agencies and National Catholic Welfare Confw- ence. man garbage can." The president of the NJA, Thomas A. Early, Inspector of correctional institution-, North Carolina, echoed Kenton's view 'hat the public must lend -pport. Raymond McClard, president of the Kentucky Assn. suggested that es7«lally'"the pres's. and'eciucatingj &rand Juries visit jails regularly the public that a jail is not a "hu-i and recommend improvements. FORD presents the Thunderbird for '56 with the exciting new 225-h.p. Thunderbird Special Y-8 rlere, ready and waiting to take you places as you've never gone before, is the newest version of an automotive classic—the Ford Thunderbird for 19561 Here is enormous new power, tamed to obey your every command. Here is true beauty of line—Thunderbird beauty that you'll recognize anywhere, yet it's as new as the day after tomorrow! The spare wheel is encased and mounted outside the car for a longer, smarter silhouette . .. more luggage space, too. There's a wider range of interior and exterior colors, including 13 gorgeous new two-tones. And for comfort, you'll enjoy new passenger compartment ventilation ... a new road-leveling ride . . . and a new comfort-contoured seat with room for three. Make a date with this dream car todayl ir Three new mighty engines. Thorn's morn "CO" ihnn ever beneath the sleek hood of every new Ford Tlumderbircl for '56. Whether you select the new Thunderbird Special Y-8 that gives you 225 h.p, with Fordomatic Drive . . . the 215-h.p. Trnmdorbivd Special with Overdrive ... or the new 202-h.p. Thnndprfoird Y-8 with Conventional Drive, what a promise of high-performance motoring awaits you behind the wheell And, in traffic, the new Ford Thunderbird responds with a change of pace that's as agile as one could wish. •k iS'ew rear-mounted spare. It gives iiie Tln.mderbird's classic features an cvrn longer, lower look. And with no spare tire in the trunk, there's lots more space for your luggage! Deck lid pops open on counterbalancing hinges. •k New wind deflectors and cowl ventilators. You'll enjoy new comfort in all kinds of weather with this new feature. Cowl vents are hand-operated ... let new air in. Wind deflectors mounted on doors help draw old air out. if New seating. Seat is body-contoured for new comfort with thicker foam-rubber padding, new non-sag springs. if New finer ride. New, longer rear springs and new shock absorbers give a more stable ride, even greater comfort. if Classic Thunderbird versatility. You may have a sleek removable hard top ... an easy-to-handle convertible top (black rayon or white vinyl) ... or both! And all the power as. /:ts . . . for steering, braking, operating windows or seat . . . are also available. •fr New Lifeguard Design. Like all '56 Fords, the new Thunderbird has Lifeguard Design! It's the first major contribution to passenger and driver protection in the event of an accident. There's a new deep-center Lifeguard steering wheel (it's adjustable, too), new double-grip Lifeguard door latches, a new double-swivel Lifeguard rear view mirror, new optional Lifeguard padding for instrument panel and sun visors, and new optional floor-anchored Ford seat belts. PHILLIPS MOTOR COMPANY 300 Broadway Phon« 3-4453 -GREAT TV, FORD THEATRE, WMCT CHANNEL 5 —THURSDAY 8:30 P.M.