The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 23, 1939 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 23, 1939
Page 3
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MONDAY,' OCTOBER 23, 1939 Osceola Society — Personal Attend Football Games Oscecla citizens tire becon-)"t; more and more "football conscious 1 ' this fall as shown by the fact, that around 75 fans attended the recent name between Ihe University of Arkansas and Mississippi stale College played in Memphis. Around 30 students, mothers nml fathers drove to.Piggott Friday afternoon for the Osceola-PIggbtt game while 14 men were In Kncxville, Tenn Saturday for the game between university of Tennessee and University of Alabama. Those who went to PIggott Friday were Mr. and Mrs. noy E. Da»*>iy.Mr. and Mrs, Searcy Mears; .Mrs. G. B. Segraves and s:n, George Basil Scgraves Jr., of Uttle Rock, Mrs. Prank Williams, Mrs. Ben Butler, Mrs. W. W. Watson, Mrs. S. V. Frnv.ier and daughter, Josephine Frasier, Mary Virginia Segraves, dene Qutnn, Gene Butler, Frwldte Smith, Juanita Smith. Vera Hendrix, Sara Catherine Mayfield, Francis Elaine Jalfee, w. n. Hollfield, Norma Sullivan, Capitola Foster, Katie Neil .Dawson, Adclle Iicok, Mcrline JIall, Betty Ann WhitwoitK, Bill Watson. Mrs. Watson stopped off at Kenuett, Mo., for a visit of n few hours with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. w. J. Ward. Included in the group which traveled lo Knoxvllle were Ben Butler, Hale Jackson, Charles Loiv- rance Jr., Chester Loivrance of Memphis, Herbert fihippen, Prank fined to her bed for the past three weeks. ' Mrs. W. S. Ccckcrhan Is In bed at her home in the Elowah community. Mrs: A. \y. Bowen has ue«n In bed lor the pnsl three weeks with n throat Infection. Carolyn Rose Splese Is being kept In bed f;r n period of rest lor several weeks. * » * Members of the Osceola Council of Royal and .Select Masters, No. 57, who went to Memphis Wednesday night to be guests, cf the Eureka Council No. S lit that city were J. B. Ruiin, Dr. George Cone, Lehman Williams, and Jake Thrali- klll. They were joined nt West Memphis by Richard E. I'ermentcr, Kho formerly lived In Osceola. Arthur lirickey left ever the weekend for n business trip to ihc Rio Grande Valley In Texas, wliere he has tannin? interests. ' Lehman Williams was In Joucs- Uoro Thursday night for a district sales meeting aiid banquet at (he Hotel Noble. Miss Nell Rhodes went to Ger- numtown, Tenn., last week for a week's visit with n cousin, Mrs. Joe Sullivan. She was acconipanle'-i to Memphis by Mrs. C. M. Harwell and Miss Catherine Harwell The Rev. Paul Galloway and Mrs. Galloway were in Jonesbcro Thursday as luncheon guests of Dr. E. W. Potter and Mrs. Potter. Dr. Potter nnd uife had as other guests the 5S Methodist pasttrs of the Jonesboro district with their wives for a luncheon in their home. In the morning Dr. Potter and the pastors ELYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Mississippi County 4-H Clubs Have Reason lo Observe Achievement Day . s ccnferred Informally on the roundup of the year's work preparatory to the convening of the Williams, RUfus C. Branch' of Pecan Point, who was captain of the University ,of Tennessee football I T team during his senior year In 1913; W. P. (Hy) Wilson and Roy cox cf Wilson, H. J. Hale, B. C. Bryan, D.'S. Latiey, George Flor- |j Ida and 'Mlllard tompkins. Attend Funeral in Tennessee Osceolaas attending the funeral of Miss Maggie Starr m 'covlrigton Tenn., on Wednesday were Mrs. J. D. Bcrum, Mrs. W. J. Driver, Mrs. L. T. Lawrence, Mrs. S. M Hodges, Mrs. Bob Kellum, Mrs. Lehman Williams, Mrs. Veta Mae Porter, the Rev. Paul Galloway, Mrs. C. N. Pace, niece ol Miss' Starr, nnd Mr. Pace,'Miss Nora Pace. Mrs. Taylor Hosless Osceola, chapter "N" cf P. E. o. with 15 members present were guests of Mrs. D. Fred Taylor in her home for the regular monthly meeting on Wednesday afternoon. conference the first week vember. annual In No- Mrs. W. J. Driver Jr,, chaplain, used Philippians 4:4-8 as Ihe scripture lesson. Following' routine business ant. drill work, plans were discussed for a , bingo: party In .November in the week preceding ; Thanksgiving at which a turkey is to be raffled. Mrs. Johnson Entertains Mrs. James Driver and Mrs. C B L Driver were the only guests play^ ing with the Tuesday Bridge- club entertained by Mrs.'w. E, Johnson.'in" the home"of her sister, Mrs. M. E. .Pope, on Tuesday .night. aBsket-s of 'fall rcses were used In the.entertainment rooms. . ;. .Mrs: White '--son hose for highest 'score and -second high award went to Mrs.'E. R. Smith Jr. . Members cf this club which meets each Tuesday night are Mrs. E. R. Smith; Jr., Mrs: Paber White," Mrs. 'A. .W. IJowe'n, Mrs.' W. E. Johnson Mrs. M:;E. Pope, Mrs. E. w. Mrs. O. E. Mnssengill, Mrs. L, Massey. .. Revival'Services' to Begin '••A series of revival services-tx Sunday, at the Baptist churcir'S will continue for one week.-':',!?' The preaching is by the Rev. EjH. ;/Westmoreland, pastor of the South Main Street Baptist church in Houston, Tex. He arrived Monday in time for th,e Monday night service. The Rev. Westmoreland Is an Arkansas man, graduate ol Oua- chlta college and the Southern Baptist Theclogical Seminary, Louisville, Ky. He was pastor of the Baptist church in * Leland, Miss., before going to Houston. The music will be In charge of Robert L. Sanders cf Memphis with Mrs. Sanders as accompanist. Mr Sanders, who is the son of Dr. R L. Sanders of Memphis, is prominent in music circles of the Tri- Stntcs, * • r Among the Sick Miss Juno Sherrick went to Memphis Friday where she will undergo a tonsillcctomy at the Baptist hospital. Ilr. W. J. Sheddnn accompanied her. jvtrs. Frank Sutton has been con- Be QuicFfTTreat Bronchitis Bronchitis, acute or chronic, is an J^c S^ 017 condition of the mu- , 1 nca If other medicines have may get relief now with n- Chronic bronchitis can Jour chest cold is not treated and you cannot afford to wlth an X aedicJnc ulslon which f the trouble l serm lafleS and aid nature to soothe- and hea raw, tender, Inflamed bronchial mucous membranes , Creomulslon blends beech'wood creosote by special process with other time tested medicines for coughs It contains no narcotics tuUB " 3 No matter how many medlelnM you have Wed. tell your dmS to sell you a bottle of Creomulslori with the understanding that you are to like the way It quickly allays th^ • cough, permfttlng rest and sleep or SS U K e .^ have your mone y Sack. See that the name Creomulslon Is on the bottle and you will get the genuine product and the relief you want, (Adj.? Marion Thursday for Ihe district conference and institute cf methods conducted by Mrs. W. W. Prew- Itt,. district director or district number five were Mrs. PrevuU, Mrs. G Harlsill Banks, Mrs. E. s. Chiles] Mrs. Spence Williams. Mrs. Roy E' Dawson, Mrs. D. S. Laney and Mrs. Guy Driver. Memphis visitors Thursday and Friday were Mrs. A. P. Spiesc. Mrs. L. T. Lawrence, Mrs. W. J. Driver Jr., Mrs. Herbert Shlppcn, Mrs Hale Jackson and Mrs. W. ft. Dyess. Mrs. Riifus Brance cf Pecan Point and daughter, Betty Brunch, were the weekend guests of Mrs Ben Butler while Mr. Branch and Mr. sutler were in Knoxville, Tenn., attending the Tennessee-Alabama, football game. • Halloween Carnival , "Come eat Witch's stew, a la Dawson brew" is the interesting invitation gclng around for the annual Halloween Carnival sponsored It, will soon )» Achievement Day for 4-H clubs of Mississippi county nml records of activities in the past 12 months shew that the farm lads and lassies nrc learning and having a good time while they are doing it. Achievement Day, held each November when the 4-It club year Is concluded, Is a time for lauding those dubs and members who have excelled In - the prcgram suggested by the extension department for better living. Mississippi Comity, which has the largest 4-I{ enrollment in the stale, also excels In records. Under the guidance of Miss Cora ixie Coleman ami Miss Inez Kiucaid, demonstration agents, and D. S. Lanlrlp and E. n. niirns agricultural agents, the 1031 mem-, bers in the 23 clubs have accomplished innch. All projects are being completed this month and the record books uill be handed In before Nov. 1. FMlowlng Achievement flay,' - the first ivcek In December will be 4-H club week at which time new officers-will be selected and 11 new your book made for 1340. The county-wide activities were planned In quarterly council meetings by local sponsors and cfflcers of the 4-H clubs. Committees were appointed for Ihese activities which made plans for particular features The club year's first feature was by the P. T. A. at the Osceola high school o October 31. The main feature cf the supper which .will be served cafeteria style nt six o'clock, Is the Immense pot of stew made by Mr. Dawson. The evening will be given over lo enlcr- lamment features and run-for all ages. the basketball (oumnnictit last Fob- rtmry in which is clubs had b!lh boys and girls teams entered. A play tournament, held at Ynr- wo, \vas mi activity ol March at which trophies were given for outstanding players. An all-day rally' wns held in April will, a business session, games fllnys am! n ihatlnee party were Included. A trip to the Experiment Station nt Miirianna In June curried out i\ program of Instruction and play. A judging day, In which the girls were taught ho.v to judge and select canned goods ami hew to Judge nnd imikc good bread anil cake, and the boys were given livestock Judging and shown how to select ccrn for seed, was a mid-summer activity. Delegates were sent to the slnlo camp at Faycttevllle In August nnd club lours were held. These tours created much interest wish members visiting homos of other members to view ihclr ttc- complishmenl.s in various phases of the program.' Clolhijijf, home improvement, landscaping nml oilier e.xhiWts were displays, Community fairs ivcre held by the clubs before the county fair last month wllh the best entiles In the smaller lairs brought to the county sow. Exhibits of 4-lf clubs Nils year were the gest In the his"My Skin Was Full of Pimples and Blemishes" says Vcrna s.: "Since using Ad- lerlfca the pimples arc gone. My skin Is smooth and glows with health." 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