The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 13, 1956 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 13, 1956
Page 6
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PAGE SIT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRJDAY, APRIL 18, ISM OSCEOLA NEWS By Belly e Nellc Starr Bltiabeth Ann Ivy invited Sally Mrs. Harris Paries of Union City Walters, Mary Alm» White, Jean : Rhodes, Becky Mann, Josephine : Sefraves and Llnnie Welborn to be . her luncheon guests Saturday. Tenn., arrived Tuesday to be with her niece, Mrs W. E. Johnson and her sister, Mrs. Harry Driver, In their recent bereavement in the death of Gene Johnson, son of Mrs. Th« Junior Garden Club and Johnson. their dates went on a hayride Friday night. The girls entertained the boys with a wiener roast and upon their arrival back in Osceola Mrs. Bruce Ivy Invited the 20 young people and their chaperones to her home where they spent the latter part of the evening dancing. Marion Backam was complimented Saturday nisht when her • mother, Mrs. O. M. Beckam, invited Marian's friends to a hayride and picnic supper. The occasion was her daughter's 14th birthday. The young people came back to the Beckam home where a tarpaulin was spread on the lawn for the group to participate in a sock dance. Iced drinks were served during the evening. Mrs. Bruce Ivy invited Mrs. E. M. Radcliff and Mrs. John Enochs as her guests when she was hostess Wednesday to her bridge club. Strawberry shortcake and coffee were served upon arrival of the guests. Mrs. Radcliff won high score and Mrs. Bill Walters won second high Mrs. E. H. Burns is spending this week in Cincinnati as guest of her brother, Charles Gilbert, and family. She expects to return home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carey Lawrence and Bon Bob of Los Angeles, Calif., stopped over in Osceola Monday for a short visit with friends. They had been to Hope to visit his father, the Rev. L. T. Laurence, Mrs. Laurence and children. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, is considering the adoption of an Ordinance: entitled "AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING AND CERTIFYING SUB-DIVISION REGULATIONS, SET-BACK LINES, PROVIDING FOR A BOARD OP ADJUSTMENT, AND TOR OTHER PURPOSES," three copies of said Ordinance being on file in the City Clerk'i office for examination 'by any interested parties. A hearing by the City Council il icheduled on this Ordinance at the next regular meeting of the Council, May 8th, 1956, it 8:00 FM-in the City Hull. Dated: 4/13/58. CITY OF BLYTHEVTWJI, W. I. MALIN, City Clerk. 4/1S-30 Mr. and Mrs. Owen McDonald of Wilmington, Calif, are visiting Mrs. McDonald's sister, Mrs. Gary Tate. Miss Inelda Tipton, student at j Harding College at Searcy, spent the week end with her parents. Mayor and Mrs. A. A. Tipton. Her cousin. Miss Joy Edwards; also a student at Searcy, visited Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Howell. Mr. and Mrs. Tipton accompanied them back to school Monday. Mr. and .Mrs. Rue Sago visited Mr: and Mrs. Ed Blnckman in Madina, Tenn., Tuesday. Miss La Neal Sudbury, a student in Abilene Christian College in Abilene, Tex., visited her cousins, Misses Jeaneite and Inelda Tipton, and other relatives over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Howell returned recently from Ft. Meyers, Fla., where they spent several months relaxing and fishing. They will remain in Manila ns long as the fishing Is good after which they will return to Florida. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Brady and children of Walnut Ridge visited with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Lunny over the week end. Sgt. Doyle Brady, whp has been stationed at Little Rock, Is home on leave before reporting to Denver, Colo., where he is to be stationed. Sgt. Brady has served nine years In the army and has Just enlisted for six more years. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Spence of Pocahontas were Sunday visitors of their son and family. Rev. and Mr*. Harold Spenc*. Monday night, Boy Scout Troop 56 of Mllllgan Ridge held its regular meeting In the old main build- to*. ' Scoutmaster Raymond Powers and 11 Scouts were present. The meeting was In ot»ri« at Jerry ({will shy ' v> Pittsburgh •Hunm -SEIF- .mnuzoiiii FUME ItSISUNT CLMMMI WE WSHttSS Mississippi County LUMBER COMPANY 1801 W. Main St. Ph. PO 3-8151 UI1UOGH 1'AINT.S', 1, <•„ Ihn HsfpAINTED -OPEN- ELLIS & HARRINGTON SHEET METAL WORKS 203 North 1st St. Next Door to Westbrook Machine Shops Gutter Work - Duct Work All Types Sheet Metal Work Prompt Service—All Work Guaranteed -Phone 3-4161- Reconditioned Sewing Machines Various Makes and Models ONE YEAR FREE SERVICE GUARANTEE Necchi-Elna Sewing Center IN W. Main St. Phone J-«)>7 Plagg. After the Invocation and pledge to the fla«, the troop welcomed Jlmmle »nd Carol Flower, who Joined the Cherokee patrol, The boys practiced knot tlelng, (Irst aid and other activities tn preparation for the Spring Campo- ree at Big Lake, April 27-28-29. Marvin Hoggard, Tilton White and Doyle Clark will receive first class awards at a court of honor at Leachvllle, Monday night at 7:30. Mrs. Bobby Barker was honored Friday night with a "Baby to Be" shower at the home of Mrs. Wade Adams. Mrs. Gene Holt was assistant hostess and leader of the games. Prizes were won by Mrs. Amon HoJt and Mrs. Elbert Hawkins. About 40 guests were present. Miss Jo Ann Gray of New Harmony, who has been a palient in Oodley-Womack Hospital, wt> «bl« to return home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wilson «nd daughter Wanda led Friday morn. Ing to visit relatives In Marlanna, Ark. They returned late Saturday evening. Doris Bandy, who has been 111 for the past week, is reported Improving. Mrs. Louis Barcom and M John Chipman were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gardner of Lafe, Ark., Monday. A surprise farewell party was given to Mrs. W. E. Clause!, who Is moving to Mississippi, by Mrs. Vernon Claiisel Moncay night, with 12 guests present. Each guest presented Mrs. Clausel with a gift. Miss Johnnie McCormlck of New Harmony was a Sunday guest of Miss Carleen Chipman of Manila. Mrs. J. J. Wilson, Mrs. H. A. Bandy, Mrs. Lewis Barcom .and Get out of the ordinary...get into an Olds! Come in and ... Rocket 'Round the Block! (or around town ... if you like! ) MM. Vernon Clause! were In Ojct- ola Thursday. They went especially to get Mrs. W. K. Clauwl and they visited the tornado area, after which they went to Blythevllle shopping. A. J. Bandy was guest speaker for Brown's Chapel Sunday and Sunday night, and was a dinner gueat of Mr. and Mrs. Jeddie Weaver of Brown. John Chipman visited his mother. Mrs. Annie Wright'of Osceola, Sunday. Mrs. Wright Is a patient in Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wilson and daughter Sandra and Mrs. Johnnie Bates of Blytheville were the Sunday dinner guest* of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Wilson. 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