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(ARK.) OOtTRim THURSDAY, JUNE II, OSCEOLA NEWS &y fatly* St Louis George's First Impression Of Osceola Was Long-Lasting One ' Krst Impressions, they fay, are Ulting Impressions. The lirst Impression Louis George got of Osceola was back in 1918 when he moved to Osceola with his parents from Birmingham. Ala. Louis was eight yearn old the day he stepped off the train. That was the winter people in this section are still talking about »na that winter was the first snow that this eight-year-old boy had ever seen. "That was the prettiest sight 1 ever saw In my life and I forgot the minute I landed in Osceola about my little friends back in Birmingham. I really thought my parents had brought me to fairy land. I really lived in a make believe world. I loved Osccola from that very first day and 1 wlU always feel that w'ay I'm cure." These words were spoken with all iincerlty in the world. Growing up in Osceola for Loull was no different than it was for all the other kids in town. When he was nine, he Joined the Boy Scouts, under the leadership of Scout master Steve Ralph as had all the other nine-year-olds In Osceola. His parents went through good times asT| Tell as depressions, the same as all other families In town had done. He went through high school, attended Mississippi A. and M. College and atong came the big bank failures. Louts had to give up his coHege career as did hoys all over the country. "THAT WAS the year the Red Crow was feeding so many who hadn't a penny in the world and no way of getting any. Up to that time Red Cross was Just something I had read about or heard about, they reall ysave da lot of hmi- Mo* and ttw eh«K*M« in OxwoU. tnd each membw hat a job to do for all th« youngsters to the community. "The biggest part of w," "MOST or US," added Mr. George,' "are Dads and you know we are still young enough to look baclc a few years and see things Osceola needed for all of the kids, BO we are doing all In our power to give them the things we did not have. One of the things w« are all kwfclng forward lo is the completion of Andrew Florida park and especially the new pool. I believe another summer will make Osceola recreation-minded to the 'nth' degree," declared Mr. George. "The back-bone of our Club is our efficient secretary, Palmer Stanton. Our club is full of many big boosters for Osceola. Dr. L. D. Massey can't be left out when it comes to getting intcrtainment. Two weeks ago, he brought the tar- heel humorist, Edmund Harding, lo Osceola for Ladies night and we entertained 225 guests for a good dinner and an excellent evening of laughs. " 'Doc' Dean of Blytheville always helps us out on our ^annual minstrels and without him we'd have a struggle getting the performers together. • • • MR. GEORGE sponsors the American Legion baseball team anci last HOLLAND NEWS By MT*. Ed Hampton, Jr. Hu Birth 4. y P«rtr Kenneth Berry, Jr., three-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Berry, Sr., was the honored guest ath li anniversary party Saturday afternoon when sixteen children and eighteen parent* came U> celebrate with him. A western theme was used throughout. Games were enjoyed both Indoors and out by cowboys and cowgirl- who were dressed In Westers rfck&lia. An out door swing and trapeze set was presented the honoree by his parents. Guests Irom out of Holland were Su? Ann and Sandra Saliba of Blythevile; Terry Thompson of sans antl daughter, Jackie, are back to make their home in Holland having spent the pail seven months in Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Webb of Detroit are parents of a baby girl, Joy Lynnc. tliulr first child, born 'Itiosday at the Highland Parks General Hospital. Mrs. Webb was formerly Miss Frankie Heathcock. Mrs Hugo Ncal, Mrs. Hc-athcock's sister, is home from a two-week v'=K [here. N r rs Lloyd Kinkadfi and two children of Memphis have been the houjegnests of their mother and sranc'mother. Mrs. Nancy Porter, for a week. They also visited Mrs. Steele: and Jerry Lynn White and ! Geneva Klnkade of Cooler. Also in Cora I.ce Martin of Cooler. i ihe Fortcr home during the week Graduates from CBC wc.e Mr. and Mrs. Henry Portsr Ltwls Waldrop Northern, son of' ' " -• • Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Northern, was one of more than 100 to graduate from the high" school division r .f Christian Brother's College at the ftls ; commencement exercises in Mezr.phl.s Sunday. Attending were Mr, and Mrs. Jeff Northern and Mr, and Mrs. Ted Taylor. Bible School A vacation Bible School which started Monday opened with and family of Blytheville. Mr. and" Mrs. E. N. Abney and daughter, Betty, will leave Satur- nay for Detroit after a vacation here with Mr. and Mrs. EUau Gog- csnc and Mr. and Mrs. Don Wagster of Rector, Ark. Mi« Pattl Utley, Columbia Unl versity student, has been home with hei parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Utley. a week. She left over the wee!-- end to attend summer term, year they won the state champion- | crrc |j ml , nt ot th i rty Bible students, accompanied by Sammy KenWy. a ship and went to Baton Rouge, La. 'To rather not mention that." smll- Pd Mr. George, "but somebody hnd to bt the losers and r think we did an excellent Job. thanks to the tv,o roaches. Ray Mann and BiUie Ecall. One of the things that compensated the whole year's work we received, from Ihe different lowns where our bnys played. You know these boys 17 or under, just On. the Social Side... Vltitori Honored increasing in attendance each day. 1 hi 1 four different age groups have as their leaders Mrs. Ruby Berry with the Cradle Ross class. Mr?. Sariir- Crews has charge of the Primaries, Mrs. Genevieve Holly the juniors and Miss A. Badgett. who Is the Methodist Deaconess of the perni/cot County Parish, the Intermediates class. Mrs. Mary Alice Workman is the devotional direct- Ihc age boys will he hoys. But. on | or A planned project for each every out of town trip they made. | g ro \; P will be completed by Friday. Ihe last day of the school, Wins Talent Contest In a contest lor amateur musical night. Glynn we got letters from the mayors, newspaper men and town officials complimenting our team of clean cut young boys. "I am sponsoring thS team again at Warden Friday Sherry, daughter of Mrs. . I-onls likrtl Osceoln from Uie slant , gry people here In Mississippi Conn ty as v,-ell as all over the Unilen States. Every line of business suffered and especially the grocery stores. It was hard to turn down a STAJLR GAZING Congralulations go out a fur piece week to Lt. and Mrs. Frank over the arrival of a baby girl born at the crack of dawn Sunday at thft Bcthseda, Md., Koe- plt-al. ••' Pr&nk U In Korea with the First Marine Division and Grandma Perrin tc looking toward hU Interests from this end. It would have been • sham* to have dressed a little boy in all the frills and laces she's been working on for the past eight months and three weeks (she wasn't told about the blessed event the first week). Reading up on the new baby's horoscope (or the day I can see how she's going to be & chip off the old block. Babies born on Sunday morning are the most fortunate children and become their own masters. They are content -In holding an "Inferior position. Isn't that Frnnk Perrin all over? Hurry home. Frank, before she outgrows the three months colic. There isn't much trust you c;m put In a fellow who doesn't love music. T gave a stack ot magazines to a Negro girl anrt asKed her 1) she could read. Her reply was: "I nin'i what you say famous at it." Arabs use leather bags swiinc from polea to churn their milk. hungry family and with the big f.imily my parents had, a grocery store was the worst business we could have been In, so my Dad and I operated a Charcoal factory In fjuxorn, "That wasn't for me," smiled LOU!B. "so I got a Job with O. B. Woods and worked tor him for lour yenrs and that Is how I met my wife. 'Mr. Charlie' put me out on the road selling parts and a wrench Invented by Raymond Owens who Is still working for Mr. Chnrllc. "My territory took me to Jackson. Mi*?;,, and It was there I met the wife. She had become an English this year and the same coaches are"| Rlridick. placed first with her rlr;i- trainlng the boys and nrr.v all they need for moral support is for all the baseball fnns In the surrounding territory to come out to the games and give them a big hand Bnrf I'U guarantee you lho?e youngsters will put on as good performance as you'll see In the hi? recent high school graduate and son of Mr. anrl Mrs. Sam Kenley. j Mr and Mrs. Utley left early this vee'f for nn extended tour through t'nr- south and west. Mrs Mack Parker and Mrs. Bettl S.nmford were in Hernando. Miss.. Tuesday attending to business matter.-. Enroute home they stopped in Memphis where Mrs. Samford re- rencd medical care at the Baptist hospital. Visiting with Mrs. Florence Workman Saturday were Mrs. Nora Smith and Mrs. Lily Michie of Micola nnd Mrs. Grace Camp of Stuttgart. Ark. Mrs. Cecil Richard and daughter malic rendition of "A Good Men Is Hard to Find". Sponsored byj the Women's Club there the pro-1 ccecl' were civen the scout, troop, j Hold Reunion • A 1 , the reunion of Mr. and Mrs.', rtarvin Wilson's family over the weekend were their son and dauch- '•.leagues and right now is the time 1 lev. Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson. ' to encourage them so they'll reach nnd daughter, Mary Lcmtee, of the top," Mr. George pointed out a beautiful plaque that was awarded hy the Ford Motor Company, a beautiful trophy the Cora-Cola Bottlers awarded with the insci "American Legion Baseball Kas State Champions.' A shield Mr. George had on display was presented to him for his Christmas display of the Three Wise Men, last Christmas. Memphis, and Mr. and Mrs, Paul Cssey and daughters, Rita anri Kftren. of Sifceston; and Mr. End Mrs. Guv Wilson and son. Billy, of Pcoria. Ill, Sundav, the Wil.son fam- ;TV VLO i Hies drove to Pleasant View. Tenn,, .npuon | f< . r a reurilon There they remained Ar^an- , jj™ — .^ ^t tvin mnn cint trimt- for a dinner at the Pleasant View church and an afternoon of singing Personals wniUm. Wilson has accepted rhe position of assistant district manager of a General Motors company!? Bonnie of Flint. Mich. were the overnight guests of relatives here Sunday, enroute to Osceola where they remained a few days. ar d^'fo'jr^chiWren Wa0U , ac " e qGroom5 , bride-elect"^.^ to Pcoria, 111., where Mr. Grooms ha e been employed the past year while his family remained here. A' Pcrryville. Mo., this week. Porter Harris and granddaughter, Christiana, who Is spending the summer here, are visiting Mr. Har- r\r' daughter and Christiana's mother, Mrs. Dorothy Harris. In Portagevilie Sunday. Mrs. Clo Kenley and daughter, Mrs. Russell Bunch, were at Mr. and Mrs. E, S. Workman's. Superintendent and Mrs L. N. Kinder spent the week end at Wap- pape!lo..Mo., where they were joined bv friends from Cape Girarrieau. Thursday. Mr. Kinder will attend school superintendents conference Mrs. Electra Perrin and Mrs. W. V. Alexander entertained with luncheon Wednesday complimenting two visitors, Mrs. W. Colbert, Sr., of New Albany, Miss., who Is » gu«it of her son W. B. Colbert, Jr., and family, and Mrs. Phil Burks of Bedford, V»., who arrived this week for a visit with her parents, Dr. and Mr». C. M. Harwell. Th« guests were seated at t h e dining room In the Perrin home. On a hand-made lace cover was crystal bowl filled with vivid shades of sweet peas, Following the luncheon, the guests spent the afternoon informally on the porch where a profusion of garden (lowers made a summer atmosphere. Celebrate Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Tal Tongale's country home was the scene of two anniversary celebrations Tuesday night when (hey invited seven couples for dinner complimenting Mr, and Mrs. Guy Driver who celebrated their 25th anniversary and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Colbert, who celebrated their 16th annl versary. Miss charlott Driver was a special guest. The individual tables were centered with sweet peas. Canasta was played following din ner with Mrs. Colbert winning high for women and Ed Wiseman for men. Each of the two couples were presented gifts in silver and crystal. Mrs. W. V. Colbert compliment ed her sister-in-law, Mrs. W. B Colbert, Sr.. of Jackson, Miss, with an attractively planned din ner party Tuesday evening. A red and white color scheme was car ried out in the menu and a silvei bowl filled with madonna lillie: centered the dining table wher the guests were seated. Canasta was played after din ner and the honoree was present ed I plan* for Camp Baylor, Chaltaw gift. Bride-Elect Honored Mrs. O. T. Richardson. Jr., an Mrs. Wilbur Wildy complimente Jacqueline Silver field Friday evening with a dinne party at the "50 Club." Member of the bridal party arid molhe of Miss Silverlield were specia guests. Miss Silverfield wore an attra_ live chalk white cotton frock whic featured a mandarin collar: he accessories were also chalk whi and the hostesses presented h e with a corsage of mixed summ< flowers and a silver bowl. The evening following the dinn was spent informally. t Personals Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cox motore to Memphis Sunday morning take their son. Gene, to board where he will spend son, a, Tenn., ,'o weeks. M "' HW - V - Alexander and „„... uck drove to Walnut Ridge Frl- ay where they met Billy Alex- nd*r, who Is a student at the UrU- ersfty of Arkansas. Mrs. Braxton Bragg O f L | U i e ock spent the week end with her ece. Mrs, Wilbur and family Mrs. Charline Watson, son, L«r- f. and Miss Anna Masaey arrlv- d Thursday for a visit with their Hrents. Dr. and Mrs. L. D. Masey. The group is living in Austin, ex. J. R. Cullom, Sr.. Mrs. J. R. ullom. Jr., »nd Miss Joanne Culm will drive to Nashville, Ten., hursday where Miss Cullom will nroll in Vanderbllt for the next eason. Miss Ginger Anthony o< ipley, Tenn., was • house guert f Miss Cullom's during the we«k. Mr and Mrs. j. D; Williams ot atesville, Miss., will arrlv* hursday to return Mrs. W. Y. olbert hack with them for a 10- ay visit. Mrs. George Florida, Sr., ha* had s her guest for the past week, her iece, Mrs. Ann Godwin of Tula, Okla. She will return to her ,ome Thursday. The condition of Mrs. Jamei ^lorlda is satisfactory. She en* ered Campbell's Clinic a week ago o have a pin removed from her lip placed there when she had a, evere fall a year ago while vis- ting in Denver, Colo. Share Honors Miss Jacqueline Silverfield and Miss Beryl Shainberg of Memphis Chared honors Sunday when they v e r e complimented by Mrs. eorge Brown and Mrs. Ralph iisno with a luncheon at the Peabody Hotel in Memphis. Both girls are bride-elects. The 30 guests were seated at a sanquet table forming a horseshoe. The centerpiece of white gladioli interspersed with maiden-hair Fern cascaded the length of t h a table where corsages of bright red carnations marked the honorees" places. Traditional green and white was evident in the tabla appointments. Miss Silverfield was attired in a black and white cotton which featured a Spencer jacket and a red and white stripe silk tie sash. Her accessories were black patent. Miss Shainberg chose a soft shade, of yellow silk shantung and chalk white accessories. Miss Silverfield will be maried Sunday night to William Benatsky of Memphis in the Continental Balloom of the Peabody Hotel. Miss Shainberg, a frequent Osceola visitor will be married on June, 29, to Jack Bisno, nephew of Mrs.. Silverfield. in Ashevile. N.C. His wife and' daughter, who are visiting relatives : HorKe-racinp wfls a featurp of tlje public games in undent Greece (mit Rome. The onrllrst .icrount t>f horse-racing in England was in Gold 1s only good lor t\vo things —plugging teeth and tormenting iools. The giraffe is among the strangest of earth-s creatures. They are the tallest of all animals— a full giown male giraffe is 18 feet high. That long neck has only seven vertebrae. Their tongues nre IB inches long Their nostrils can be closed to guard against blowing sand. Their eyes are placed that, they can SK behind, in front and at the side. The strangest thing about them is that they have no voice- It is the only animal that can not inter a sorna of any kind. They are found only in Africa. can't be In you r Climbing pocia^ ladder 5 done wi th your hands pockets, Pecple try flcsperatcly to concenl their poverty until they hnve a big success then they brag about it. Sign in a doctor's office: "Plcate have your symptoms ready." A lot of patches for wounds n Mi^ar coated, i The best past-time In the'world! is listening to children in their j play During the storm Inst \vrrk, i two of my lif.tk 1 nrirrhbnrs, Aft on! Cox and A tine Bloduott worr. "ptik- inc" when a heavy roll of t.hunrlrr, csme over. Anne got to crying and j wanted to go home to rnama. Af-j ton. who Is at Ir.ist fi months oldTTJ than Anno, hut trie.s to mother hnr,! hupged hrr rlo^r* to him find srurl. I "D.iTs all wight.. Anno, rint ain't miff in but God mnvinz His furniture around " Afton Is thrrn, Fni a good relish (o tnkn nn a picnic for hot cioss and hamburgers (TV this: Grind one hrad of rnh- bripf, using coarse bin dr. nnr l;ir^e onion, one crcen prpjvr, one rlnvr of EJirlic. crind a!] tocrthrr Mnkr a fiT^his of onp cup vinn:nr. S cup Wesson oil, one tnhJospnon mustard, salt and rrlory PTtls. mix to;fthf-r. put in tup of dt»iblc boiler Fill bottom with lc<v THERE ARE very few" chic aj- _ ^ __ __ t fairs in Osceola that Louis Geortre teacher in one of the"high schools i dosen'l play an Important part: He | nerc. will Join Mm ^immediately, there after she had been graduated''" ~ *"" "' " """ " """ "T-..I-from Brcnau and the University of Alabama. The following year, after a heavy courtship." laughed Louis, "we wcrr married in Bay Memette ship, j He has worked through the years with the Boy Scout Movement and at present is South Mississippi County finance chairman and is on the board of the Northeast Arkan- : sas Council for the Boy Srouts. Osceola Is proud of n business man j who is never too busy to fill all the' jobs given him. j One of the big honors bestowed of Mr. George was when hr was elected state vice president of Sy- rinn-Anicrican Federation of Clubs of the South. Mr. and Mrs. George me most active in PTA work, she was pres- A!n." In iftSO. Mr-- George w*.nt Into the fuitnmotaHe business in Osceola on "Automobile :Rbw" and !s at present on Die HcRlonal committee nf the nrivlfory council of the dealers of the* T)orti;n corporation . MK. CfEORGE, who is a charter mernbrr of the O.sceola Kiwanis Club. );> serving" this year as it's president. For the past three years, he hns been a member of the board. The Osrrnla Club organized a Club ;it Ki't«rr In April with 30 charter member of the Methodist i Mrs. Aaron Taylor will return Church and is it's treasurer He is thb. w 'eek from Memphis Methodist I also on the Board of Stewards and | Hospital after an operation R week! Is past president of Men's Fellow- ; a ?° antl a tonsilectomy Saturday. ; ship. I Her mother. Mrs. A. G. Burress. h?s been with her during her hos- pilallzation. After a tonsilectomy at St. Francis hospital in Cape Girardeau. Lhidn Carol Samford Is home. She Is "the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Claude Samtord. Also HI In the S'.mford family Is baby Barbara. Cape. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bob CarroJl ?_nri baby Joan of Z elf wood, Fla., are here at Mrs. Lily Norrid's for a vHt. The Rev. and Mrs. Delona Rose and two daughters have recently moved to Holland where the Rev. Mr. Rose- has begun his ministerial duties as pastor of the Church of Gori h«re. They are from Tat ton Junction. Mo. Rend Courier News Classified Ans- after a few days at Wall's Hospital in Biytheville. Toni Rose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hampton. Jr., has returned ! following . a week in Memphis at [ Campbell's clinic where she had a bonv cast removed and received ;!ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM HOW TO KILL IT. IN ONE HOUR, u not 111 \il T-nnr-r. rM.tprf "TV,r> nrinnlz- I iticnl last vcar ot Ihe P r!Kt " srhrn! | therapy treatments after surgery inc or th"- Kcis--r Club Isi the first I PTA Th<T hnve thrcc children. ' lw - 0 months ago. ih rr. onf minstrel, the loiuth the rluh hnr, sponsored, they cleared SI 800 which will he used on under- privilcccri children. They use part nf tlir money to give the children rhr*5fm:is parties, to buy glasses for ihojn who none] them nnri are un- ali!r to p;w for them. "Thr Kiwanis Club !n Osrcola." 'vrnt on Mr. Ocort-e, "furnl5hcd the U-juvspor'Ttion to bring the children fo O-rr'ola. where they can attend 'hr rnpple rhildrcn's clinic. Lust vrnr, fl\f Clllb sprnt S20000 00 for 'hr trnnis courts at the hiph and for pliiysjrmmd cnuipmrnt- at the jnmni hieh and elementarv rluh works with the welfare of- President Truman reminds me n.orf and more of ovir 17th provident, Andrew Johnson. He was elected vice-president and succeeded to trie presidency on the d of Abraham Unjoin just 35 Truman did when Roosevelt died. John. 1 -on worked in a tailor's shop a5 Truman riirl. only the high falu name of haberdashery was arinpted during the years, (By the way, Johnson's wile taiicht him rmv: to write after they were married > Jornson was crude, had neither wisdom nor poliph The stniGicle between congress and Truman'" is no: different than it was with -.Tohr.jon. By the margin of one vote, John- \ .•"""' 5on wai: saved from impeachment —I believe the term impeachmentha: come up in Trumrm's administration. You know the old ada^c! ''History repeats" Don't try out a nex dish on Invited guests—let the family sanction It first They'll tell ihe truth I've yel to find out why a certain type house slipper :» called o "mule." Definition for a "sugar.d>d.dy"_ t form of crystallized sap. Thf. best Masoning tn the «'orlrl It a cup of kindness mixed thoroughly with charity. This needs no KENTUCKY'S FAVORITE STRAIGHT BOURBON became iVi ounce 3 M&& louiivr//« 1, K.ntucly IARLY IIMIS OISIIUERY COMPANY for the COURIER NEWS in OsceoSa, call BILLY BEALE, 567-M cl. your IDc bark. This irirlt' SLOL'GHS OFF the t> expose buried dins', rrintact. Get (iicasel^ss T-l-L at any drug store ToUay it Kirtiy Hros. TUilg. Killi LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING COLD STORAGE FOR FURS, WOOLENS AND BLANKETS 4474 PHONES 4475 NU-WA LAUNDRY CLEANER We Give Eagle Stamps ATTENTION GINNERS! With the exception ot Jacfc Log.»n, »- e still have the sam« personnel to lake care ol vour smuing rcpau needs We refill, file and train viws; refill and balance brushes; • nrl have » complftc slock of vjlvcs, clhnws (Trom 11" u H"l and pipe. Also, i romplclr line ol bc.irlnss for jour sin. We have the prr.'nnncl :mrl rqviTpineut tn mprt ynur einnln? rtpalr nrorts \nti we're anxious to serve you! All iorfc ij guaranteed. Joe Atkins Machine Works S. Highway 61 Phone 3142 Night 6153 I DIDN'T KNOW... . . . until my neighbor told me that the best place to tind terrific bargains is in the COURIER classified ads. I know now.' I always read them! Ads placed befor« 9 a.m. will appear same day. , All classified advertising payable in advance. YTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS

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