The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 27, 1939 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 27, 1939
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MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 3sceola CHurcli Has Membership Of 409 OSCEOLA, Ark., Nov. 27 —Addl Jons during (lie year of 27, brin»- "8 Hie lotal membership ( 0 .;oo or . net gain of 10 memUrrc; the total •udgcl, raised iincl Improvement to hurch property were amon» Hie clilevements n:l«i in (he last con- rV?"' 8 '' c l""'t °£ "* Osceola hodkt church us released by the iev. Paul Galloway, pastor, who ntly relumed from the sessions e Arkansas Conference to lie- in, his seccnd yem- as v&slar of ue !oca) congregation Included In the budget of S5.COG as 51,600 for benevolent anil mls- tonnvy enterprises. Tola! enrollment- of the Sunday aiool as given by Bihc-r A. While iiuerintendent, Is 415. Miss 4ulH wie Mrrrlson j s general secretary Tlie Woman's Missionary so-ioty f which Mrs. o. I), scgravcs Is resident, lias 50 members- 12 sub- •ribcrs to the World Outlook, their lissionary magazine, contributed to the Conference treasurer ml spent ever $coo on local work winding some redecorating and Burnishing the parsonage. The Young People's Department irccted by Mrs. Mona Moore sent '•pups to Die 12 meetings of the lisslsslppi County Ycung People's eague-during (he year and will agin soon a study course on the Teachings of Jesus." The church has been redecorated nd repainted Inside and outside, •screened, and improvements made i the healing system. All indebtedness on HID church fouerly is expected to lie cleared ilhln the next mcnth. according the Rev. Mr. Galloway. Caruthersville Club To Have Charter Nigh B. Driver To Head Presbyterian Group OSCEOLA, Ark., Nov. 27.—C B I river was elected president of the wly organized "Men of the lurch," Presbyterian men's organ- ation at the annual Father and m banquet held at the Presby- rlan church here, it is announced the pastor, the Rev. L. T. Lnw- ice. Chosen In serve with Mr. Drive, enlisting the men in missionary ittses fostered by the church, ben- •olenccs, and objectives of the sal organization were Donald n. r ertK, llrst vice president; Charles Coleman, second vice president- A. CKstlnvail. third vice prcsi- it; Henry James swift, sccretary- easurar. 1. O. Bryan, Oeorge Doyle and )c Cromer were named a com- ittec to draft it constitution and -laws to ba adopted at the Dec meeting. E. S. Chiles will serve counselor, representing the ses- m. Thirty-five fathers and sons were sent Jor th<v_baj\quct, secon'J nuat affair l bf "Its kind, at' whicl'- ury Jamas Swift, Osccola high 100! senior presided. ?ufus C. Branch of Pecan Point •s the principal speaker, speak; on some lootball games had seen. Mr. Branch was cap- n of the University of Tennessee tball teaih during his senior year 1913 and made the trip to Calinia to play in an outstanding me of that seas:ii. W. Miller and son, Bobbie Icr, of Bassett, were, out-of-town sLs. CARUTHRRSVIliLE, Mo., Noi 2G.— Waller 13. Bernard, preside!) of the Caruthersviltc Klwimls club announced yesterday tbar, charlc Night would be held here Tuesduj night, December 5th, wllli an ex Jiected large delegation ,from cii of town, Including a group iron St. Louts, Charles Holrnan of SI. Louis m Internniicnn! trustee of the Klwani> organization, will be toaslmastw for the Charter Night Banu.uel.iuK William Bryan, also of St. ixnils Kovemor- elect of the Mo-Kan-Ar* district, will present (he charter to the !:«•.! cj-gai5(?:itioii. , Johnny White is chairman of the affair. Miss Virginia Walker Shawnec School Queen OSCEOLA, Ark., Nov. 27—Miss Vireinia Wnlkei- was elected president of (lie Shnwnee Hlgli Scliool Booster Club and us one of the n vc cheer leaders reigned over the Homecoming game between Shawnee and Luxu'a. tier maids were Mnrlha Ann Brownlce. Joan Tenor, Ann Hurkett, Shirley Ann Driver and Audrey Pelts. ' Refund Asked G2 Years l.ale ST. ALBANS, VI, (UP)—An unused portion of a Chicago to Boston railroad ticket, purchased at the Grand Trunk-Canadian National Railways office 62 years . was presented to flic Central Ver- incnt passenger department for refund on the portion good for travel between Montreal and White River Junction. At The Hospitals Walls Mrs. o, O. GniTdt, city admitted. Mrs. B. J. Moore, filccle, admitted. R. Hanks,- cily, admitted, Mrs. W, M. Biirber, Hollmid, nd- mltled. Mrs, N. K. Passmore, Marked Tree, admitted. Mis. W, O. Holly, city ad- mlltcd, HlytlU'vllle. hospital Miss Loin Nnson. cily, iidmiKod. W. 11. Glover, city, admitted. Mrs. Alfred Britten, cily admitted. Born to Mr. mul Mrs. j. L, Fisk, a son, Saturday night, weljh- tni! eight pounds and three ounces, Mis. Irene Jenkins, I.ono Oak] dismissed. Mlts Juanita S'.a;y Lone OaV llsmlssod, '' Memphis Baptist hospital Mrs. Mnurliie Junes, Carutliers- ville. admitted. T. n. van Bibber Jr., cltv ad- nitted. _Rr.YTnBVTT.T.13, (AKK.) COURIER NEWS Memphis Mothoillst hospital James E. Cohocn, Holland, admitted. Memphis SI. Joseph's hospital Mrs. Alvn Messenger, Steelo, iul- mlllcd. Orders Shushan Trial To Proceed To Jury NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 27. (UP) —Pedoi-al Judse Wayne Cs. BCiali today ordwcd the until fnitirt trial of Abe U Shushan, former Hucy I'. Lontf lieuteiinnt, ai\.i four otli- jvs to proceed as scheduled on i'e. -i. The judge overruled three pleas of abatement, demurrers to (ho indiclmrnt mid niolloas to quash and denied n motion for contiu- iianco on grounds a fair trial could lot be had duo lo u ucws[iapcr nflamcd public opinion avalnst Iho dcfcnilants. r Mr - nn(i Ml « .North Fifth rld.,, c- a icsl U-no,- rmly mis morning (he F •-,"', ' S - A ' Ml ' vrni ' > )ilsl01 ' 1ml , , , AVM '" lWy of fl;<l '•"'" condm-1,.,1 n,,, ,„„;,,., u „ , »°Wx»» HI n, ( . | llm ,ly home and F lei V''>""' " :llvn * s ' om> Ijrolhrr, Jean, «|j.o Miivlvc ' ai "'" n For (lie li PAGE THRKfc ^^^^^^"^•••••••'^^•^•^M^^MHHBSBU^^^^I^Hi 'OlVNIiD AND Ol'KUATHI) HY TIIU KKOCEIl GHOCKIIY & BAKING t'OMI'ANV" •": •»«-.w^yi<ivi <v iinivinu UvMi'ANy" CLOSED ALL DAY THANKSGIVING-PRICES FOR TUBS., WED,, FRI, SAT. rtijywpn ITT* B.^* «*.«&•«_ — _.. . ceola School Has Safety Patrol Group OSCEOLA, Ark., Nov. - 27—Billy dc Creselius has been appointed tain of the Safety the cola Grade School, sponsored the Arkansas Aut: mobile club the local Parent Teacher Asso- ion of which Mrs. D. s. Laiicy ^resident, it is announced today Carey Gardner, superintendent ho Osceola Grade School. n addition to the captain, each rcl contains two lieutenants and en privates. Lieutenants arc A. Barham Jr. and Biliic Shippeir cvs arc Blakcly Phillips, Walter ron, Jack sartain, Elbert stokes, mes Naylor, Billie Van Cleve and lie B. Armstrong. Mr. Gardner lonsor of the group and directs ivities. ie major duties of the patrol t:- instruct, direct and assist student groups In crossing the ets at or near the school 1 mds; a secondary result of the : is (he sense of responsibility loped am:ng its members con- ve to goo<l citizenship, and de- pment of a safety consciousness, traffic Safety Pledge Card is n e.icli student to be signed both student and parent. The ce Is voluntary and the patrol ted f:r leadership qualities and ndabllity. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Fcm,ilc Help W.inird man actively connected with urch or Sunday School work make religious canvass. Position onlhs. Salary $75. Give church' phone. Write box "c.C." Cour-' News. 27-pk-23! S^^fej^t^^ : ••"! ,W f" *««"hy. KWM» t i>o« •:B4 Mi.U »ji.f po:sonoiu WMto from your :«•!. They help most pcojilcpissuboul 3 fata jAcn disontcr o! kidney (unclion r «mi(, L-onoia matter (j remain in your Motxl. it "' ""J'l","* 1 ?' b «ck.iclio, ihcumntii! j, B ( M , :hls. ovcllici!, iniSjjM under 11:6 eyMlli'.-iX IM ami dimnej!. Iroantnt or ac.inty ,,»s. XS «ih smnrling r.n-1 burnini! «ome!im« >wa tlitrc u somcthinj «toti2 witn yout lncy_3 pr lilnd-lcr. j'on't »aitl As* your dmssisl for DOM'S l», \uet tiicM»fully by million lor ovrr 40 m. The y civt narpy relief nr.d till hd., lh» rml« ot kulricy lutes fli^h o i noi^moua sic from your b.'txx). (Jet DosJ i Pilla. Kroner's l-Point 0"7^ lilue Uihlioii, Ib., 4/Q Texas Wheat Fed k neumonia Cause Of Fresh Home Killed. Ib. Death Of Boy, Two An eight weeks Illness, during which piiLHimonla dcvcUpwl causcil the death of Richnrd Wnyno llural PPY GROCERY & Brookfield Sausage, Ib. 109 W. 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