The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 19, 1956 · Page 4
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.,,-- MONDAY, MARCH 19, 1956 B1.YTHEVILI.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN OSCEOLA NEWS By Belt ye Nell. SUrr The Oaceola Supper Club met Monday it the home ol Mrs. J. A. Pigg. • • ..-Mrs. R. C. Bryan and Mrs. W. C. Mason were guests. Mrs. C. E. Sullenger and Mrs. Mason were high score winners. Mrs. John W. Edrington won brldgo. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Owens are in Hot Springs this week. Mrs. William Ellas and Mrs. Mose SUman were overnight guests of Mrs. Elias's daughter. Miss Sylvia Ellas, at the University of Mississippi. Miss Joanne Cullom, senior at Vanderbllt, is spending her spring holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Cullom, Jr. Mis» Diane Butler, -daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Butler, with five other girls from Monticello College In Alton, 111., were In Lawrence, Kans., last weekend where they attended the "HI Rickety." dance at Kansas University with Sigma Nu fraternity as hosts. The six girls were guests at the. Delta Gamma Sorority house. Miss Butler's escort was BUI Oliver. O. M. Beckhtm and Ralph Woodruff returned Tuesday night from New Orleans where they attended the Valley Cotton seed clinic of the Southern Regional Research Lab- atory. Mrs. Sam Cable and Mr». David Laney were-ta Memphis for the day Tuesday. Mrs. J. L. Ward returned home Sunday from a two-month visit in Las Cruse*, N. M., with her daughter, Mrs. Louis Gwaltney, and family. Faber White met Mrs. Ward In Memphijt and drove her home. Mrs. R. L. Lowe, Jr., and children are spending several days with Mrs. Lowe, Sr., in Trenton, Tenn. Mils Mary Anderson, student at Warrensburg, Mo., was a weekend guest of'.her mother, Mrs. Dora Anderson. Miss Mary Lyford of Memphis was also a guest Sunday of the Andersons. Mrs. Q. L. Waddell visited her daughter^ Mhi Oaye Waddell, at Lindenwood College over the weekend. Mn. Le* Maxwell will apend the weekend In Chicago. Attendlr* the Ark-Mo Cotton Ginners Convention in Memphis Sunday, Monday and Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Screick, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Tal Tongate, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Teaford, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Lang»ton and their daughter, Mri. CharlM Moore, and Mr. Moore of Blythevlll*. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pope left Wednesday morning for Stillwater, Okla., where Mrs. Pope will stay an indefinite time with her daughter, Mrs. Hubbard Wood, and Mr. Wood. Mr. Pope will return hom« Monday. The Osceola Athletic Club ipon' aored a banquet Monday night at the Osceola elementary'school honoring members ot the high school football, basketball and track teams. Jack Mitchell, coach at University of Arkansas, was guest ipeaker. Max Hart wis host Tuesday night to the Men's Supper Club at O. K. Hunting Lodge near Werner, Ark. The men were overnight gueiti of Mr. Hart. Attending wert Bruce -Ivy. Ban Butler, Sr., Mlnoi Taylor, Nathan Weinberg, Roy Cox, Elliott Sartain | and Bob Cillespie. Mrs. Dewey Neeley was a guest Monday night when Mrs. J. E. Harrison was hostess to her bridge club. Mrs. Harrison served her guest* a salad plate and coffee. Mrs. Lorene Owens own high score and Mrs. Harrison, second. Mri. Bob chiles was hostess Wed-j nesday to her canasta club and one. guest, Mrs. O. M.-Beckam. I Mrs. Chiles served a dessert plate upon arrival of the guests. Spring blossoms were used to decorate Mrs. Chiles' home. Snowballs Stop Road Plowing FAIKCTELD, Conn. (fP) —A barricade of sleds and a barrage of snowballs stopped — momentarily — the plowing of a road in Lake Hill. The coasting after Friday's heavy snow was good and the kids were having fun—until down the road came the Public Works Department plow. The kids swung quickly Into action and lined their sleds across the road. When the department workers came to the barricade, they got out and started removing the sleds. But then, the kids opened up with a barriage of snowbslls. This got the workers mad, so they'threw the sleds into the . back', of the' truck and drove to police headquarters, In order to get their sleds baclt. the kids have to report to the police youth bureau with their parents. Woman Found Dead in Closet SAN MARINO, ClUl. <VB - A wife who often hid in closets died la one. A relative found the body of Mrs. Dorothy J. Heller, 43, In the closet of the sewing room In her mansion In this Los Angeles suburb. She had gone Ihere to hide after an argument, police said, and apparently died of a heart attack. Her husband is Alfor* H. Heller, 83, wealthy oilman and rancher. He told officers his wife hid in closet* after disagreements. Polish Fumes Kill Youngster TORBINOTON, Wyo. (ft— Three small brothers decided to help with the 'housework by applying liquid polish to the furniture. But the Idea turned into tragedy while their mother, Mrs. Raymond Caneva, was visiting a neighbor. 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