The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 10, 1955 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 10, 1955
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTLJJE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 19W DYESS NEWS Mrt. Homor Clifton, chairman of polio drive lor Dyess, and her cochairman. Sirs. E. Richards. Mrs. C. Johnson, Mrs. J. Neal, Mrs. R. Shelton, Mrs. C. McNair, Mrs. R. Clifton, Mr«. W. Glover, Mrs. M. Parker. Mrs. O. young, Mrs. M. Ray Mrs. Austin Chaplin, Mrs. j Jacobs, George Union and Car! Applmg made a successful drive and collected J14433- om^n of .«*rest Citv gave a demonstration en i food preparation at Dyess home! economics building Tuesday after-! noon.Mrs.RayD.Johnstonisin-i structor at the school. ; Mrs Williams Jacobs and son, < Ronnie, spent Tuesday ai Wnitton | as guests of her parents, Mr. and , Mrs. T. L- Freels. i Mr and Mrs. James Jacobs and! son, Jimmy, of Memphis, spent the] weekend rere as gues-s of his par-! ents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Jacobs. ! Dyess Women's Society of Chris- ; iian Service met Tuesday nighi in^ the home of Mrs. W. W. Peter- t son for its regular meeting. j Mrs. Troy Stansbury leaves Wednesday for California to visit her mother. ' Sonny Wood and John Wallace have" bought out the Lion Oil Sta-; tion here from T. K. Williams and i Calvin McNair. ! Officers elected were Mn. Jamei Neal, president; Mrt. Calvin Mc- Hair. vice-president; Mrs. H. L. Modesitt, secretary, and Mrs. L«roy Cannon, treasurer. Mrs. Zuma Bloomer led Friday for New York; where she will make her home with her son and family. Mrs. Ira Wmrur.gham and daughter, DOreen, were hostesses for a'mlscellar.eous shower given Jan- uarv 31, :n ihe basement of the Baptis: Church .'or Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dallas. C. £. Tarpley o! St. Louis was was here -'or a tew days las: week on business and visiting his dausjh- Mrs. H. L. Oats of Whitior. I County, president of Parent-Teach- j ers Association, met with a groupj Tuesday nighi at Dyess who were • interested in organizing a Parent-: Teacher Association at Dyess j school. | After introduction of those pres-; ent an election of officers was : Mr. and Mrs. Travis and baby o' West Merr.phis were visiti.12 iriends Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Shelton went to Kentucky to visit their daughter, Mrs. A. J. Appling. and family. Mrs. Troy Stansbury and Mrs R. R. Holland were Blytheville shoppers Saturday. Mrs. Elizabeth Turrentine left Sunday for Houston, Tex., where her husband has employment. While here she visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Stansbury. Mrs. John Karris returned home Sunday from Kansas City. Mo. Joe Peebles spent a while Friday night in the P. B. Woods home watching television. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Winningham spent the weekend at McRae. Ark., visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dallas left Tuesday for Panama City Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Barney Nutt of Pontiac, Mich., returned to their home Friday after spending a week here with their daughter, Mrs. L. J. Hall, and attending to business. Mrs. Jack Marshall spent Wedns- day in Deermg. Mo. Her children. Mike and Jane, returned home with LENDS "HEART" A HELPING HAND-Mrs, Richard Nixon opens the 1955 Heart Fund campaign in Washington, D. C., by lighting the torch of the American Heart Association emblem. Children, all of them heart suflerers, are, from left: Mary Helen Pitsenbarger, 9, Landover Hills, lid.; Kathleen Roach, II, Silver Springs, Md., and Kenny Brundate. 9. Forestville, Va. her alter having spent several days with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lindsey. Mr. and Mrs. Travis Balch ol Fairfield, Calif., will arrive Sunday to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Balch ind Mr. and Mri. A. B. BurJison. Mrs. Anne Uselton of Memphis spent the weekend here u guctt of her daughter, Mrs. Anderson Roger) and family. Lowest Prices Ever! 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