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FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1956 BLYTHEVILLE (AEK.) COURIER NEWS PAGBPTVB OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettye Nelle Starr Mrs. David Laney's home Was the setting Friday for a luncheon for members of the Town and Country Canasta Club and Mrs. Laney's guest, Mrs. Bruce Ivy. One of the members, Mrs. Jack Uzzelle, will leave this weekend for a six-week tour of Europe. Gifts were brought to Mrs. Uzzelle for this special event. Another of the members, Mrs. B, Frank Williams, was celebrating a birthday and the hostess presented her with a gaily decorated cake. In the games of canasta that followed, Mrs. Tal Tongate won high score and Mrs. Guy Driver won second. Mrs. Jack Wilson had as her special guests 'Friday when she was hostess to her bridge club, Mrs. Bill Walters and Mrs. C. B. Driver. Spring flowers decorated Mrs. Wilson's home for the occasion. In the games of bridge Mrs. Walters won high score and Mrs. Billy Fraizer won second. A dessert course was served. Dr. L. Howton of Little Rock was a Sunday guest of Mrs. O. Howton in Luxora. Collie Lowrance, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Lowrance, was dismissed last week from Campbell's Clinic where he had been a patient for five weeks following an accident that occurred when he. was thrown from a horse. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Godley were in Memphis Thursday where Mr. Godley attended the Cotton Council meeting. Mrs. Bobby Spann is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Shaneyfelt, while her husband, Lt. Bobby Spann, is taking a special course at Camp Gordon, Ga. Upon completion of the course the couple will make their home in Augusta, Ga. -Mrs. B. M. Fletcher had as her Sunday guests her sister-in-law, Mrs. P. H. Williams, of Memphis and her niece, Mrs. F. B. Bowen, and son Bo of New York. Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Mayo and son Patrick of Memphis spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L.' Mayo. D. V. Malock was in Memphis Saturday for a medical check-up. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Maxwell drove to Little Rock Sunday to accompany Mrs. Maxwell's mother, Mrs. P. W. Mulkey, back home after a week's visit here. Mrs. Richard Cromer was hostess Thursday to her three-table bridge club and one guest, Mrs. Harold Ohlendorf. Mrs. Arthur Rogers won high score and Mrs. Ben Butler, Jr., second high. Daffodils and other spring flowers were used to decorate Mrs. Cromer's country home. A salad plate was served during the afternoon. Mrs. J. R. Looney honored her son, Billy, Monday with a party- celebrating his ninth birthday. Fifteen boys and girls attended the party. The birthday cake in pink and strawberry ice cream were served the young people. Games and a variety of noise makers and favors provided the afternoon's entertainment. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Looney over the weekend were his brother, G. A. Looney, Mrs. Looney and their daughter. Mary Ann of Clarksdale, Miss. College students are spending SAVE $ 34.95 their spring vacations here with their families both last week and the coming week. Home last weekend were Miss Billle Qaines Mann, student at Ouachita College; John Herring, student at University of Tennessee in Memphis, and Miss Llewelyn White, freshman at Rollins in Ko- anoke, Va. Incidentally Miss White's name appeared recently on the dean's list. She will be home until Monday. This weekend will be vacation time for students at Arkansas State College. They will arrive home Thursday. The list includes Joanne Laney, Dowel! Harlan, Allen Starr, Russell Thomason, Donnie Dunn, Jack Crosthwait, Jake Morse, Jere Glascoe and Harvey Lee Hill. Buddy Fielder celebrated his seventh birthday last week by inviting ten of his friends to his home for p afternoon of games and refreshments of birthday cake and ice ^reanij Cartoon place mats and napkin; provided laughs from the small fry and to add extra merriment was the birthday cake topped with a "funny face." Games were played throughout the afternoon. Sixteen members of first Christian Church presented a pre-Easter play at the church Sunday evening. .The young people of the church with the assistance of their sponsor, Herman Mullins, and several of the adults of the church present ed the play. Those attending the flower show Sunday afternoon in Harrisburg -were Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jones, Mrs. Jesse Cramer, Mrs. Ester Teaford, Mrs. David Laney, 1 Mrs. Lalah Cable, Mrs. John Moran, Mrs. Bruce Ivy, Mrs. J. W. Edrington, Mrs. Roy Cox, Mrs. Searcy Mears and Mrs. Prank Williams. Mr..and Mrs. A. Kahalley of Mobile, Ala.', are spending the Easter holidays with their daughters and ''ieir families, Mrs. C. W. Pugh and Mrs. Louis George. Mrs. H. J. Hale was hostess Friday to her bridge club for luncheon. Guests playing at Mrs. Kale's club were Mrs. J. H. Campbell, Mrs. Bob Cromer and Mrs. Dick: Cromer. Spring flowers were used to decorate. In the games of bridge Mrs. Campbell won high guest prize and Mrs. J. L. Ward won high club prize. Mrs. C. W. Pugh was hostess Friday evening to her bridge club. Mrs. J. C. Buchanan was a special guest at the club and Mrs. Pugh's mother, Mrs. A. Kahalley, was a tea guest. Mrs. Maurine Aston won high score, Mrs. Louis George, second. Spring flowers were used to decorate the small tables n Mrs. Pugh's living room. A dessert plate was served. Jeanne Grain Seeks Divorce HOLLYWOOD (#)—The marriage of actress Jeanne Grain, once considered one of the happiest in Hollywood, has ended in divorce court. 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Ekins, 47, of Old Saybrook; Sidney Taylor, 40, of New Haven; and James S. Tate, 47, Hartford Negro. A 34-year-old New Haven print-, er, Alfred L. Marder, was acquitted. The jury could not agree about the eighth defendant, Sidney S. Resnick, 34, also of New Haven. He will get a new trial or be acquitted by the judge. Defense lawyers said they will appeal the convictions because of the government's refusal to permit a trial by court. The defendants sought such a trial but Judge Rob- -ert~P.~AiYderson ruled" the government would have to agree to it. The six were convicted of conspiring to teach or advocate the MR. AND MISSES — Norman Creecy, left, Irvin Ashley, center, and Betty Franklin, right, have been chosen Mr. and Misses Keiser High School. The girls tied for first place, so share the honor usually accorded to one. Announcement was made last week at a school dance given in their honor at the Keiser gymnasium. 1945. 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