The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 11, 1955 · Page 14
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BLYTHBTItLB (ARK.) 1 COUWKll NEWS MONDAY, APRIL II, 1988 Reports Help in Red Cross Drive Report* from three outlying com munitiee today added $790 to th« Chlokasawba District American Red Cross fund campaign raising the total to date to $11,921.12. Leachvllle reported $669.45, Paw- b«n tnmed in .550.20, and Blackwater returned $69.50. Leachvtll* $50—B. 0. Land Company. $25—Mrs. J. Weinberg. J. Lee Bearden, Ark-Mo Power Co., Leroy Carter, Farmer's Gin. $15—Joe Wheeler. $10—Hubert Reid, Melody Theater, Jimmy Kennett, Dr. T. N. Rodman, Joe Vance. Louis Wclnberg, Leachvllle State Bank, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Braden, J. H. Jordan. L. C. Pierce, V. S. Johnson, Atherton Hiett, John Hanni, H. H. Howard, Leachville Lumber Co., J. L. Swl- hiirt, J. O. Edwards, Delmar Wilson, Rlggs Motor Co.. Nelson Henry Gin Co., Arkansas Associated Telephone Co. -5—Blytheville Soybean Corp., Hudson Hdwe., F. A. Alexander, Hershel Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dawson, Miss Martha Stone, Clarence Snowser. A. G. Taylor, J. W. Alexander, W. K. Childress. Hipp's Drug Store. R. P. Shipley, J. L. Andrews, W. P. Carter, W. G. Brown, A. L. Wallace, J. D. Wells, Billy B. Steed, Charley Wilson, Frank Barnes, Robert Pierce, Pate Variety Store, W. W. Cox, Mrs. Norman Kennett, Turnbow Grocery, Dr. H. M. Powell, W. L. Bryant. $3.80—W. D. Cruse. M—Welch's Cafe, Betty's Beauty Shop, M. L. Piatt. $2—Gene Htgginbotrmm, Mrs. Ethel Hancock, Mrs. A. L. Wallace, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Kennett, Crites Body Shop, Bud Selby, Wayne Taylor, F. M. Selby, J. D. Hodge.s. P. L. McHaney. Perry Defries, W. M. Hemdon, John Elmer Johnson, K. A. Garrison, Mrs. Joe Baker, Mrs. Tom Kennett, Miss Ruth Lee, Mrs. P. L. Lee, Mrs. J. W. DcJnrnett, O. W. Hill. Mr. »nd Mrs. Lance Kuhlmin, $1.SO—Mrs. B. L. Lovelady. $1—Mrs. W. H. Martin, Mrs. R. E. L. Bearden, Mrs. Elmer Cisco, Mrs. fiarah Rlggs, Mrs. Nell Gay, Joan Towell, Mrs. S. H. Carter, Mrs. Delmar Wilson, Tom Marslmll, Clem Edwards, Gene Fulbright, Mrs. Floyd Williamson, Mrs. Mary Mitchell, Miss Mary Sue Smith. Wallace Wheeler, Don Wheeler, Tom Haslett, E. L. Burkett, W. A. Wood, Ivnl's Beauty Shop, F. L. Roe, E. L. Shownes, Carl BuckntT, Erneat Easton, Ben Reid, S. C. Landny, B. Flanngnn, J. A, Wright, John E. Bearden, L. D. Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hooker, Inez Hughes, T. T. Evorson, P. T. Glass, Van Rlggs, Maude Smith, L. Covey, R. Power, Eddie Brown, Mr. Johneon, Mrs. Kenneth Short. Mrs, Erl Thompson, Vernon E. Rogers, Joe Ellen Cru.se, Lilly Sharp, Mrs. M. S. Lloyd, Mrs. Norn Griffin, Lorene Lyons, Elbert Steed, Mrs. Elmer Carnett, Mrs. Estclle Hough, Mrs. C. Counce, Mrs. Eugene Turnbow, Mrs. Louise ' Williams, V. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bettyc Nefe Starr r Mrs. Nntlian Weluberg drove her daughter, Miss Lynn Wclnberg, to Memphis Thursday where she boarded ft plane for Houston, Tex., where she will visit Miss Joan Tar- ses. Miss Weinberg will stay until Monday, Miss Patsy Jones, student at William Wood College in Columbia, Mo., is spending her spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ^vo Jones. Mr, and Mrs, Bob Jones of Dumas, Ark., are visiting Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Douglas. Miss Virginia Florida was a Memphis visitor Fridtty. Mrs. P. D. Johnson was hostess to her Friday Bridge Club at her ionic. A dessert course preceded ,he card games. Mrs. William Elias nd Mrs. I. O. Crosthwait were special guests, John Edward Lilicrap pf St. Louis spent the Easter holidays with his C. Heuter, Mrs. Ted Moore, Mrs. Ruth Aaron. Mrs. W. E. Wheeler, Mrs. Joe Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. 'hurley Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Earl West, Dorothy Hllburn, Helen Gat,les, Laniece Welch. Pawheen $5—Porter Byrd, Les Holm&n, a. B. Galyean. S2.50—John Shutt, J. R. Coburn. $2—Glen Metheny, John Bearden, John Bcnrden, Jr.. Edgar Motey. $1.50—H. D. Uhles. $1—R. P. Reeves, Robert Reeves, R. W. Lyerly, Fred Patterson, Hairy Nunnery, C. Y. Prince, Jack Pierce, R. E. Montgomery, Brack Reeves, Mclvie McGlawn, Charles E. Wells, Bob Edgln, Orvil Dodd, Lewis Burks, A. A. Taylor, B. T. John son. M. D. Manjirum, Lyn Snow, '. M. Reeves, Benny Metheny. Blackwuter $5 — Blackwater Demonstration Club, L. V. Waddell, Vance Waddell, Addle Waddell, W. M, Jollfir, Dcwey Blake. C. E. Scrogglns, T. G. Lasater, Carroll Waddell. $2,50—Woodrow Whitney, R. A. Scott, Mrs. R. A. Scott. $2—-J, M. Caery, J. T. Rodgers, Bertha Mobley, Ruth McConnick. $1—Clyde JollilT. Mrs. R. 0. Whlt- icy, Frcti Putton, E. L. Parks, Conlie Morgan, W. L. Deiison, C. E. Jell, Mrs, Leonard Phillips, Carl Bitrnhart. Power Mower* and Aluminum Screens at New Low Prices. E. C. Robinson Lbr. Co. Phone 3-4551 PAINT & WALL PAPER FREE HSTIMATKS LOW PRICES E. C. Robinson Lbr. Co. I'11one 3-1551 mother, Mrs. John LUicrap. Mrs. John W. Kdrington is spending the Easter season with her daughU-f, Mrs. Earl Futch, and family in Ocala. Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Flannigan of Memphis announce the birth of their third son. born Monday at Methodist- Hospital Mrs. Sjxmcer Driver and Mrs. C. E. Sullengcr are accompanying Mrs. Driver's daughter, Mrs. Marshal Kline, back to her home in Little Rock Monday, where they will visit for several days. The Klines came to Osceola to spend Easter. Mr, and Mrs. Leo Schreick. 6r. movrd the past week and are now located at 505 W. Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Ivy, Mr. and Mrs, Harold Smith, B. Frank Williams, Leroy Owens, Mayor Ben F. Butter, Mrs, Bob Gillespie and Na~ than Weinberg arrived Wednesday night from Las Vegas where they went for the opening of the New Frontier Hotel in the Nevada city. Mr. and Mrs. Tal Tongate .spent Easter with their daughter. Mrs, William Dunlap. and family In Ridgley, Tenn. University of Arkansas students who arrived home for the Ea.stcr holidays were Miss Jean Driver Kendrick, Miss Francllle Mnloch, Miss Carolyn Edrlngton, Buck Alexander, Alvin, Jack and Leo Du- ClOB. I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hathorn ol j Memphis spent Easter with Mrs. Ha thorn's mother, Mrs. Emma Moore, and sister, Mrs. FauMne Hayden. Mrs. Herman Mullins was hostess Thursday to her canasta club. Guests playing with the. club were Mrs, Harry Jones and Mrs, E, H. Burns. In the afternoon games, high score was won by Mrs. Earl Sanders, [ second high by Mrs. Ray Morgan rind low went to Mrs. Leo Schreick, ) Jr. A dessert course was served. An Easter motif was carried out In the decorations. Without the telephone, I couldn't handle a third of my extra work" f I ^IIKSE are (lie words of Mrs. Miriam I Murphy—IiousKvii: 1 , mother of lour, J-active in Sunday School work, secretary of a Civic Club, secretary of her Parent-Teachers' Association. Mrs. Miirpliy is one of a group of Southwestern Bell customers who recently kept ;i day-hy-ilay record of telephone calls made and received in their homes for one week. Extremely busy with her homemaking niul many outside activities, Mrs. Murphy tells us she never fully reali/.ed before how much she depends on her telephone. "Without it, I'd just have In give up a lot of the things 1 enjoy doing';" says Mrs. Murphy. By her own record, she made or received 3S calls during the week — ami the brief sample of her record at the right gives you an idea how telephone sen-ice really proved its value to Mrs. Murphy. MON. Called the lumber company to gel prices on sheelrock. We're planning to remodel the bouse ourselves. TUE. Talked with Mrs. B. about a plan to help the Boy's Club by selling subscriptions to the daily newspaper. WED. Newspaper reporter called to get weekly news report from our Civic Club. Publicity helps us get things done. THU. Called six Sunday School members who weren't there last week. Asked them to try to attend next Sunday. FRI. Called president of our Civic Club to discuss some important letters I'm writing for the club. YOU CAN TAILOR YOUR SERVICI TO YOUR NEEDS Actually the telephone in your horn. {, only lh« beginning of In. gr.ut.r t.l.phon. convenience you may enjoy. Many other service, are available permiltinj, you la tailor your l.lephone ,ervi» , 171 fa ."" ly '. n "^ ««'ly-F°' """.pie, exl.mion telephone,, .pecial volum.- control telephone, for the hord-of-heonna, out.ide bell,, ,p,ing cord,-o n d oth«i. For morn information about tailored service, plea,, call the telephone buiineu office. SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY GIMME HAYS PERSONAL SHOPPER PLEASE" Yes friends, it's actually true. Hays personal shopper service Is SO EASY ... SO SIMPLE . ..SO CONVENIENT that the little fellow shown at right could do a good job of shopping.. 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