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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 30, 1940
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TUESDAY, APKIL 30, 1WO SCHOOL NEWS HIGH SCHOOL NEWS Students Uxvimige Classes Agriculture boys and Home Economics fjlrls nre exchnnelni; places for Ibe week. The Home EC girls j>« now meeting in Hie Agri building under Freeman Robinson nnd the Agri boys are meeting in the Home EC. cottage under Mrs Freeman Robinson. Tlic girls arc learning how to nuke what-not shelves, the best, ways to plant a Burden and to arrange H, ivlilch Insects are harmful or helpful, and the sprays -lo use to (jet i-ld of the harmful ones. The boys arc learning how to make candy and cookies, what to look for In selecting their shirts and other items of clothes, good manners tit all places, how to set the table, what foods you need, and how to plan a- yood Sponsor Crusade Week World history classes of lilgli school are sponsors for Children's C'hisade Week, which began April '>''• and ends April 30. The purpose aid (he families "f lliis movement is to children of war stricken of Europe, Three assembly programs have been given this week on this theme. On Monday Marjorie Pcny was the chairman. The topics discussed were "Purpose of Children's Crusade" by Melton Patterson; "The Nesv Anipi-lcans in Vermont," by l,a Nelle Smart.; and "Children's Crusades—New and Old," by Albert Saliba. The Thursilny's program consisted of a discussion of collection and distribution, sponsors of the move- mcnt, and two poems. Bill Stovall was the chairman. The subjects discussed were "Collection' and Distribution," by Sylvia - neid.imn; "Sponsors ol Children's Crusade," by Bill Morse; and two poems, "I Hear American Singing," by Walt Whitman and "The Fatherl-.i! nd " given by by James Kussol! Lowell, Ma.xine Reid. Jettyc Claire Huffman was chairman on the Friday's program. Betty McMullin discussed "The feelings of the Poor American Children," and Pearl Graham reported cm "The Children's Crusade Sylvia Kciilmau Heath Six Weeks llonnr Roll Lender of Ihc high school honor roll for the six weeks period ending April 19 was Sylvia Keicl- inan who had H-.; ,, 0 jnls. I*nn Jackson followed her end place with- 14 points. Mary lion for her feature story, "An Apple for Ihc Teacher"; Cooksey Dodson, for nn editorial, "Voter Diploma Is a Passport (o tho Hold of Work"; and Russell Fun, headline writing. This Is the second time Unit Dodson has been mentioned In n Quill and Scroll contest, in December, he won second pluce In Ihe Southwest, division of Quill and Scroll contestants. Club Has I'leiile. A picnic honoring several new members was glren by the Business Education club Thursday night, at the city park. New members are Loui,se Anderson, Eridye Ruth Craig. Ernestine Smith', J. D. Wtdni'r mid Malcolm Make. Stanfill Cutchin. Instructor in the high school, was a guest of (lie club. JUNIOR Hldll SCHOOL Announce Honor Koll Twenty-eight students of junior high school were named on the honor roll of the second six weeks' term of the last semester. Names of the studenls and the grades in which they are, follow: Seven A-l: Ann Decn, Gene Callis, Shirley Bailunn, Rielmid Hose, Harry Ray Brooks. Seven A-2: Prentiss Holder, Jim Smart, Frnnkle Harrison, Mary' Frances Nunn. Seven A-'i: Jack Marsh, Becky McCall, jncklc McGliec, Joe Saliba, Imojean Moore. Eight A-l: Philip Reed, Harry Haines, Kay Thomas. Getlvc Rod- geis. Eva Mick, Roberta Florman, Constance Dcnlon. Eight A-2: Kathleen McMnsters. Ross Hughes, Bryce Layson, Everett Peterson, Joe Lint/.cnich. Eight A-3: John Smith, Eliai- Jcth Ann Simpson. Perfect Attendance Ilcconls Are Ainioiiiici-d ! The following junior high school students had perfect attendance records for Ihc .second, six weeks term of the second semesjei: Seven A-l: J. C. Cole, Eugene Copcland, Billy Crowder, Edwaitl Stiles, Shirley Barhnm, Joan Coin- balaski, Helen Dclk. Ruby Nell Heed, Evelyn Stanfield. Seven A-2: Prentiss Holder, Lon- nic Pnlgham, Johnnie Heiun, Lloyd Jones. Dorothy Dean Hardy. Franky Harrison, Lyiina Hudson, Sam Grace Joyner, Pearl Lo'/elace, Mary Prances Nunn, Christine Page, Mamie Young. Seven A-3: Jack Marsh, Jackie McGhcc, Helen McKelvy, Margaret Mitchell, Carl Moody, Imojean Moore, George Muir, Carl Mullius, Cliarlenc Panter, Helen Pate, Mor- BLYTHKVILLR (ARK.)' COURIBR NEWS HOLD EVERYTHING By Clyd« Lewis she cntorliifncd lite Hc-oo-n lit her home Tucsdny «vcn- »l«li scare pi-lw, n lint box, \vivs »'ini by Miss Mary June Cfyslur ninl Miss Mildred Tlnsley brhl|joc<l uml received n white Uitbnn. Tlic hostess served n siilnd coinso and ' . Kci-scy l.'iiU'iliilns lMrsiljiy l.iiiirliran cidi Mrs. A. 11. i!) 1(X les was n , . . . „„,.,„ I or llio Wtslnrulny Uinclirou club Mrs. A. I>, Kersey Sr. onlr-r- lumnl it I. the lioino of Iwr dinmli- IPI-, Mrs. Robert Mohrle, this wool; - , n iwo roiirse luncheon, (iflornoon wns spent In con- l. nnd Mrs. K. c . ainsdoii won '»«» score IM-IW. « luncheon set. Mi's. A. I'. Nclflnd leeelvcd 11 (ten es for brldtirn , uu l M fs . micxle.s Hwarrtixl. micsl prim, linndkor- 'Now you win jusl slop bciDfJ jealous of (hose jonquils or 111 move you to another room where you cnu'l lienr (lie musk!" fiom (line to time throughout thvvnfcrfKliwu-iil. Each grade in Sudbnry visited tho fall- given by this group. At Ihe conclusion of Ihe program fruit punch and cookies were served to thc 20 guests present In- [Jislrlct would be held at New Madrid, April 30. She appointed n committee to arrange for Ihe spring luncheon, which will clnsc Ihe year's work, to lie held Mny M. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Mrs. L, S. Shade, Mrs, P. II. The complete honor roll as leased by the faculty follows: Sylvia Rcirtmim, Mfe; J Lynn Jackson, H; Vera Goodrich, l.'i!i: George Hubbard, 13 1 /.; Mar- Perry, 12; 1^ Nolle" Smart, in sec-' ris R'chard.s, Joe S«liba, Uutli Saliba, Norman stem-, David Syl- Helen Moore. Il Ruth Fiilghum. ll'r,; Sallie Muthi; ll'.O; Clint Wheel, II 1 ,'.;- Belly Dodson, 11; Russell Farr, Vl; Henry Mucry, II; Milton Patterson, 10; Albert Saliba, 10; Betsy Buchanan, 0!i; Lois Eaton, 9; Augustus Crowe, o : Stella Evans, 9; Billy Joijtis, 0; Bill Murdaugli, 9; Kathryn Wohn, n. tire-gory Aikins, 8',4; Fnnora Mullins, 8 1/4; Lloyd Florman, 8; Emma LOU Phillips, 8; Juaiiita Slielton, B; Herman Tinker, 8; Mildred Weathers, S; Kathleen Ashley, T,i; Billy Browne, 714; Dorothy Oas, 7'.»; Horsetta French 7; Virginia Needham, 1; Vera Nowell, 7; Bill Stovall, 7; Mary Aline Charles Abbott, B; Carllyn Hood o'. Honorable mention went to thc following students: Marie Abraham, Lloyd Blomcycr, Meddie Brown, Dorothy Corlew, E. L. Crouch. Willard Evans, Mary Frances Fields, Birdie Flair, Ger- aldinc Hammonds. Phe Marie Koonce, Helen Mangnmi, Joe Mc- CUne, Charles Moore, Maxine NToorc, Beulah Mnllins, Fred Pipkin, Louise Rice, L. E. SlnfTord, Vivian Vlekcrs. Dick White, J. D. Widncr, Fred Wade. * + * Given Honorable iMt'nliou. In a recent series of contests sponsored by the Quill and Scroll, an international journalism society for high school journalist.';, three Blytheville high school students were given honorable mention. Vera Goodrich received rccogni- A nnouncemenls: 'Hie Courier News has been formally authorized to Announce the following cjinriidnclrs for office subject to the action of the Democratic primary in August. Mississippi County Judge ROLAND GRF.EN CLARENCE II. WILSON Sheriff anil Collector HALE JACKSON County Treasurer R. L. (BILLY) GAINES (For Second Term) JACK. FINLEY ROBINSON County and Probate Clerk T. W. POTTER (For Second Terml Cirruil Courl Clerk HARVEY MORRIS (For Second Term) Congressman First Arkansas District BRUCE IVY Representative (For the seat, now hold by Woodrow Hiilton) J. LEE BEARDEN For post now held by Frank Williams FRANK WILLIAMS (For Second Term) (For post now held by L. H. Autry) L. H. AUTRY (For Second Term) FRANK D. UNDERWOOD 4 • • Assessor W. W. (BUDDY) WATSON (For Second Term) vestcr, W. C. Weaver, Russell Wilson. Bobby Winters. Eight A-l: Hugh Aikins, Roy Calvin, Fulton Ellis, Louis Greene, Harry Haines, Philip Reed, Betty Adams, Fmnecs Sue Bright, Bcti- lali'Cbism, Roberta Florman, Mnr- gurH Gcau, Eva Mick, Geneva Sample. Eight A-l: Edgar Cain, F-.iis Hardy, Ross Hughes, Jimmy Hudson, Gerald Lambert, James Morgan, Everett Peterson, Charles Rousli, James Tengue, Willie Mac Belle, Marie BinWcy, Jo Evelyn Ulstngcr, Lila Hudson, Jewell Jlol- lis, Adaline Lee, Mary Loll Lovelace, Kathleen McMastcrs, Nancy McGili, Alice McGregor, lielly Matthews, Mary K. Mosley, Carolyn Peterson, Leon Davis. Eight A-3: Billy Cross, Kenneth Richardson, Charles Stafford, Herbert Swearcngen, W. B. Taylor. Hal Thompson, Hayden Williams. Billy Wilson. Martin Wood, Au- tranell Lambert, Doris Pipkin, Irinc Rice, Floy Ami Sample, Elizabeth Ann Simpson. * * + Present I'fciy Thc annual eighth grade play was given Thursday night at the junior high school auditorium by students of the eighth grade lor the purpose of raising money for a memorial which it is customary for the class lo leave. Miss Helen Louise Shaver directed the play, "The Night Cry." Gm- Iram Wright assisted her with the make-up. Student director was Amelia Saliba. Characters in the play were- Jessie Nell Dickenson, Betty Adams, Alberta Dimaway. Jimmy' Hudson, Steve Brooks, Billy Cross, John Smith, Nancy McGili. Floy Ann Sample, Brycc Layson, Philip Reed. visor of elementary schools. Carutliersville Society—Personal \Vom;m's Club Met Tuc.silav The Caiuthersville Womnns club met Tuesday afternoon in n business session at the home of Mrs. Eighth L.. II. V. W. A. Meets Miss Joy Slcplinn wns hostess In about ten members of (he y. W. A. of the I3ii|)l!st Cliiirch Monday evening. Alter n short business session, Miss Dorothy Anne Ncwsome gave tin; program which was taken from the church niagnzino, "The I Window." After the meeting lemon {chiffon pie sinil cokes were served. I ... Wednesday Mghl riul> A!i:cls Members of^thc Wednesday Nlglil Contract cluh met this week at the home of Mrs. Dmis Downing. High score prizo was won by Mrs. Clay- lilli- Hour Chili Jiccts Members of Ihe idle Hour club KiUlievcd m the home of Mrs r-;»rl M. Coppage for a pot. luck lunchi-nn jiwrorc their regular meeting Wcd- i in'sday afternoon. Mrs. George Cllo- zlet' wns club guest. Uurlng (lie iillcrmnm's pl'ay. Mrs Olrnrd Calllluin won hl s h pii,.,,' (•osliime Jewelry, Mrs. Joint Ijine brldgoeil and won it twine holder «nd Miss Harriett Jmlgn of New Madrid won handkerchiefs fur low. * * • Kasd-rn Star Mi-els At a regular meeting of Curulh- •'isvllle Chapter O. K. s. Tuesday i evening, Mr.s. G. William Kay was | initialed into Die order. Mrs. flora Hay, molher-ln-liuv of the ciiiidl- of Bernle, Mo., and Mr, and Mrs. Clyde llendilckson, Matron "ml Patron nf, Poplar iilnff chapter were guests. During the business .session an Invitation wns read from the llly- Iheville chuplcr inviting members of CnruDici-svlllc clmpfcr to ho (hob- guests on Wrdiii'sdiiy evi'iiiug, M«y 1, at a linnquet and chupliM- meeting honoring the Worthy Grand Matron of Arkansun. rtt (he close of the nu'ellng n delirious dessert was served l>y Ihc refreshment committee. . ton Schnll/.. second high by Mrs. Vester IJiish, and Mrs. Ralph" Goodln briilgoed. A dessert course was served. I Kc-nti-n (,'lnb Mt'ets Mrs. Jack Moore am! Miss llui'- rietle Jnd»c of New Madrid wore guests of ML.s Minerva Phillips Third Grade Has Fair Day Mrs. Quelhualy/s third grade al Sudbury had a "Pair Day," Tuesday, April 16. in nidi- classroom. This celebration was given as a culmination to Iheir unit of work tor the year. The room wns Bayly decorated with bright, colored balloons and work, The program consisted of an explanation of interesting spots in thc room and the discussion ol each child's hobby. Every child in the room had a part, in this actlv- 011 tlie electric portable BUY Tirestone STANDARD TIRES Roscoe Coker on West street. Thc president, Mrs Scluilt. presided. Animal reports wore made by Mrs. A. B. Rhodes, treasurer; Mrs. W. E. G. Graham for Mrs. S. 'L. Orgcl, chairman of the Welfare Committee, and Mrs. j Clara Biglmni, chairman anri director of the Student Ixmn Fund. During the coming year, the club will, in cooperation with Ihe local County Health Unit, sponsor a "Loan Closet" containing supplies necessary lor caring lor bed patients in their homes. Thc closet will contain linens and other equipment so essential to thc nurse when she enters a homi; to care for a patient. The secretary read a letter from the Library Hoard thanking the club for their gift, thc Ccatrn. Ch,-irsin» Desk. Mrs. Russell Brooks and Mrs. I,. P. Luimilcn were elected to membership in the club. Mrs. j. IV Frear, who wa.s one of a committee appointed to revise Ihc constitution ami by-laws, presented amendments and changes deemed necessary due to thc club's i growth and activities. Action will be J taken at Ihe next meeting. | Thc club agreed to lake the lead | in securing funds lo send an out- I standing high school girl to Fulton, ( Mo., in July lo attend u week's I CITBC \ sSr-edS; 0 ^ s;,n d- w™™*wt±v»n The president announced that the Spring Conference for the Ninth Among those from out of lowii whn were here Tuesday to allend live funeral of Sam Hdwards were; riltter, John Jones and family and Mrs. Kcl« Klllcher, all of Otilatlii, PAGE-FIVE , "I.: Mr. and Mr.,, R t wixrrts ., mid Mr. and Mr.s, l-'red KJwnrrts, of iMnrlon, ill.; Mr. niut Mrs. nobcrl Diiwsoii und Mrs. Ollle SlriUtou, of Memphis; mid MM, W. A. Giles Wlllinin liny, und oilier friends. ICdwards in id fiunlly, MJ-. nnd \\n. Etbeil Clay, Mr. mid Mrs. Klberl UiSliot, Mr. und Mrs. Bill Green, Mr, und Mis. Tommie Shcllon, Mis. Ralph llenyman. all of Hlythcvlllo- Amos Jui'kson of Annn, III, and Mrs, Bin-lies, Mrs. Homlne and Mrs, Hultimui, nil of Kfimcll. Mr.s. Clam n»y of Hernic, Mo., spent Tuesday here with her son, "" it ml family Miss Mury namey, Miss Dorothy McDonnld mid s. Essiuy, attended ii ilniicc at Hlytlievlllc given by the Bachelors club at the city midl- lorluni Tuesday night. Mis. Kemiolt Asher left Thursdny munilng for SI, Joseph's llospllnl n Memphis, where 5 h c will submit lo au appendectomy. S |, e wns M . i-umpunU'd there by her mother, Mrs. Cora Ellis. Mr. Asher and J. A. llayden. she has bucn l|| (or several dnys. Among those who ntlendod thc ale P. if, o. coiu'ctillon held nt I'oplur Bluff Mnmliiy. TiiRsdiiy and Wednesday of Ilils week were- Mesdiimes 1'. L. Horncr, Dyer liyrd, hick llopke, Ihiroid' s. Jones. C. K Watson, ciiiw. Ross, CICOI-KO Crock- Worry nf K TEETH Sli[i»in)? or Irritating l>m't bo cnibni'i'iuiscd by loose false leclh slipping, drop|ilng ur wiibbllns when you eat. talk or liiiiHli. Just sprinkle « little I-'AS- TEETH on your pliUc.s. Thh plwi- .sunt powder gives a rcmarkabli! sense of added comfort and security by holding plates more llrmly. No gummy, gooey, pujsly tustc or feelhiK. it's iilkiilhw (non-aclil). Get I-'ASTEKTH ill niiy drup store. Adv. 4 — PRESCRIPTIONS— Safe - - Accurate Vour Prescription Druggist Fowler Drug Co. Main * First - Phnne HI oil. K. C. Pierce, Zalda 'Collins, B. G. lioland, H V. UtKel/cliicr and daushtcr, Mlsii Virginia, R, U Ward, Chas, Dorroh antl Guy Mlcllic. Mrs. W. S. Hnle of slkeston is visiting this week with her daugh tor, Mrs. Allen Franklin, here, Nine More Join Syrian-American Club Nine new members ullcnded the mealing of the Syrian-American club at the Woman's club Sunday nlfilit wlic'ii (wo new officers were elected und club plnns discussed, Plilllp I-'Isnl of Cardwell, Mo., was elected second vice president nnd Mlw Anna Mao Kourey ol Ihiyll, assistant reporter of Ihc or- Kunl/iitlon. In lunciultng thu conslilnllon, thc meeting date was chnngiul to the first and foiirth Wednesdays of ench inoiitli, ArinDgeinonl.s are being made to have the mcclings at Ihe club, Members of the cntetlalnment committee were Instructed to make plans for a dancing party to be held Iti thc near future. The Atlantic and Pacific oceans arc wanned by nearly 15,000 miles ol Mbmarlne cables Constipation Relief. 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