The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1941 · Page 8
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 16, 1941
Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1941 R«ad Courier News want, ads. WADE'S GARAGE Body & Paint Shop Wrecks Repaired Wrecker Service Phone 1209 50G \V. Ash BISHIP'S GRO. & MARKET Mrs. Jack Biship, Prop. FREE DELIVERY 212 E. Main Phone 1231 777 MARKET Fresh Meats and Vegetables Fancy Groceries FREE DELIVERY Earl Snider 523 W. Ash Phone Osceola Society—Personal Attend Convention Miss Inez Kincaid, home demonstration agent for South Mississippi County: Mrs. O. H. Ford, homo supervisor for the Fsirni Security Administration; Mrs. J. R. Hines, Miss Bf-rnice Caldwell and Miss Lucilli' Gray, all of Dyess, drove to Lit IU' Rock Saturday for the state convention of home eeono- Dr. Mildred Brnneyan. superin- lendem of the department of home econninirs at the University of Montana. \v;i>. the principal speaker. Others who attended from tl'»e cm: my included Miss Janice Pul- m(-t. Krisi.-r; Miss Maiv 'Ellci Liuiwall. Shawnee; Miss Dorothv Millar. Wilson; Miss Iva Crabtrce Luxora: Miss Cora Lee Coleman Irwin Jones. Mrs. Pranklii Roltsun :md Mrs. Freeman Robinson, dt Blythi'Vilk-; Miss Christina Doylr. Ui'-l!; and Miss Anna Bess StijiiiH of Manila. Little Rock Tuesday for the meeting of the Arkansas Presbytery at the Puloski Heights Presbyterian Church. Leaving Thursday morning for lie sessions of thte Forrest City Presbyterial at the North Little Rock' Presbyterian Church will be Mrs. R. C. Bryan, Mrs, R. A. Crorner and Mrs. George Edring- lon. Mrs. W. B. Burkett and Mrs. Joe Miller of Bassett will also remain over from the P. T. A. Convention for the Prcsbylerial sessions. Mrs. Godfrey White, Mrs. A. W Young returned Sunday from Harrison. Ark., where they attended the annual convention of the P E. O. Sisterhood. They were accompanied by Mrs. George Adams and Mrs. John Binford White who visited their relatives there. * • » AI (end I). A. K. Meeting Mrs. John W. Edrington, regent of the William Strong chapter Daughters of the American Revolution, accompanied by Mrs. W. J. Driver, Mrs. 'C. A. Davis. Mrs. Susie Keiser. Mrs. C. M. Harwell and Mrs. F. P. Jacobs, drove to Proctor Friday for the monthly im-ciing ami tea at tin- home of Mr.s. A. C. Oliver. Mrs. J. L. Jenkins spoke on the Teachers College, Comvny, were also home for the Easter holidays. Another of the younger set home was Carolyn Gwaltney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Gwaltney, who is a senior at Ward Belmont, Nashville, Tenn. Miss Gwaltney is president of her class. • » • The Rev. and Mrs. Eli Myers of Monticello, Ind., are here for a visit with Mrs. Paul J. Semmes, and Mrs. Margaret Barbiers and former neighbors and members of the Methodist Church. The Rev. Mi- Myers wa.s former pastor of the Methodist Church in Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. E, W. Packard and daughters, Estelle and Mary Jean, returned Monday night from Alamo, Tenn., where they spent the Spring holidays of Osceola school witli their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Austin. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Branch of Black Cat Plantation, Pecan Point, 10 day. trip to Lakeland, Fla., to visit her daughter, Miss Mary Virginia Segraves, a student in Florida Southern College. They spent the Easter weekend with a cousin, Mrs. C. E. Crabtree and family, at Avon Park, Fla., and with Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Segraves of Burdette, who are spending the season in Avon Park. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Miller drove to Dyersburg, Tenn., Thursday for the weekend with their daughter, Mrs. J. Paul Eaird, and Dr. Baird. They found their granddaughters, Joan and Barbara, in bed with measles. They returned Monday. G. B. Segraves spent the Easter vacation with his mother, Mrs. Sherrod Segraves in Trenton. Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Chiles of Memphis spent Saturday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Mann at Marie and with Drama Festival Postponed SCHENECTADV. N. Y. lUP) — The nation's defense preparation has caused the postponement of Lhe reopening of the Mohawk Drama Festival on the Union College campus this summer. The college is expected to participate in the government's summer program to prepare engineers, chemists and physicists to meet needs. emergency Rend Courier JMCWS want ads. Firestone CHAMPION lolis Class Party Adna Traylor was hostess to nembi-rs of the Ficlelis Class ol' •ounu women of the Baptist Church ;or 'their monthly class meeting ^^ ind -social at her home at Victoria subject, "The Monroe Grows Into a Dream." College SlmliMits Home J.5UII.IV V_/ilt, i min«n,»uu, J- <-vuii L vjiiji., spent Lhe Easter vacation with hi - s parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. their daughter, Betty Branch, who is a student at Gulf Park College, Gulfport, They returned by way of Mobile, Ala., to visit the Bellingrath Gardens and Azalea Trail in that section. Mrs. C. P. Taylor of Sparlanmirg, S. C., is here for a visit with the family of her aunt, Mrs. Leece Doctrine Williams of Luxora. Mrs;. Taylor has recently returned from Shang, hai. China, where she was with j her husband who is a radio opera. ' tor with the United States Navy. Your Old Furniture in on New, or Sell it to Us For Cash. Alvin Hardy Fiirn. Co. 301 E. Main rhone 1220 Dr. W. S. Eastburn Chiropractic Physician Day and Night Calls NEW AUCTION BARN BLYTHEViLLE AUCTiON CO. Located !/ 2 Mile East of Blylheville On Armorol Koiui BRING VS YOUR CATTLE AND HOGS! Also . . . briny your feeders ami fat stock to our sale. We will have buyers from several ciiflerent slates. Sales Every Wednesday Starting at 10 A. M. Among the college and univei-, . - s n()W in thfi phm sitv students home for the haster . PER WEEK A RECORD MAKING. AT RECORD MAKING TERMS. Thursday night.. In the absence of Ruby Beckham, president. Vera Hendrix presided during the business session for the reports of officers, visits made, and plans for the new month. In a series of Easter contests, Norma Hedgepath. Christina Phillips and Mrs. Alex Smith, teacher, were winners of awards. Others present were Betty Fisher. Melon Gibson and Mrs. W. A. Smith. * * • . Will AUtend Conventions Mr.s. G. Heartsill Banks, president of Osceola Parents and Teachers; Mrs. \\ r . W. Prewitt. state chairman of Guide Reports: and Mrs. George Adams will go to Little Rock Tuesday for the sessions of the Arkansas Congress of Parents and Teachers. They will return Thursday. Mrs. John Bearden of Leach- villc. vice president of the Mississippi County Council of Parents and Teachers, will represent the county organization at the state 5th * Walnut KH meeting. Mrs. W. B. holidays are Joe Shippen from "the University oi Alabama. Tuscaloosa. He was accompanied by a classmate. Roger HoneycuU; Barbara Banks and her cousin. Louanna Banks from Arkansas State College, Jcnesboro. Margaret Banks, sister of Miss Louanna Banks, who attends the University of Missouri, also spent the week end here with her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. G. Heartsill Banks. Frank Perrin is at home this week from St. Stanislaus School of Character, Boy St. Louis. Georgia Tate of Jasper. Ga.. spent her vacation period here with her uncle. Herbert Shippen, and Mrs. Shippen. Miss Tate attends Western College. Oxford. Ohio. Corporal John Boyd Mitchell of the Reserve Officers Training Corps at Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, La., is here for a few days with his mother, Mrs. Thomas P. Jones, and Mr. Jones. Lloyd Chiles, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Chiles, who is in the Aviation mechanical corps at Jefferson Barracks, Mo., spent the week end here with his parents. His mother, Mrs. E. S. Chiles, pines. Mrs. C. E. Sullenger is expected home Wednesday from a four days visit with Charles Sullenger. who is in training at Maxwell Field, Montgomery, Ala. She was accompanied to Montgomery by Mrs. R. V. Madden of this city. Miss Sunshine Lile of Jonesboro, and Mrs. John Sullenger of Willow Springs, Mo. Judge S. L. Gladish and Mrs. Gladish drove to Jackson, Mo., Sunday for the day with relatives of Mr. Gladish. They were met there by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Behren and daughter, Betty Joe. of St. Louis. Mrs. Behren and Mr. Gladish are sister and brother. Sheriff Hale Jackson and Millard Tompkins returned last week from a business trip to Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson went to St. Louis Saturday where he transacted business, and Mrs. Jackson took a train for Chicago to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Vanclervoort. Mrs. G. B. Segraves is expected home the last of the week from a THISJSTHE.YEAR FOR Burkett and Mrs. Joe Miller of Bassett will attend, representing the Bassett unit. The Rev. L. T. 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