PAGfi tWO BLYTHEVILLB (AltK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 2, 1946 tendie, has Mked the State Board of Kqualizatlon to Investigate It. One story related the complaint of u prominent girl student whose escort at a party puld more attention to their bottle than to her." Another told of couples taking turns ducking into the closet—"glub, club.", A caption read: " " brought " ," but we couldn't see much of her as they spent most of th< eVenlrig on the couch." ,; Editors of the publications—Tlie Kxpo.se, The Bee Line, The Spot Llelil, and Sldeglances-^were reported lo make $400 a month on the issues. Vhey made no attempts to conceal their Identities. The musttieaits openly carried tlie names of the staff, many of whom were children of prominent Berkely families. Each issue was filled with advertising from prominent merchants. Including department stores, flor- Isls, photographers and sodu fountains. I The parlies described in the tab- lokls were those given by parent- sponsored clubs, which were organ- ized last December ,when secret sororities and fraternities were banned as "a bod Influence." LeUndre said the distribution of the paper did not come under his Jurisdiction because R took place off the school grounds. He urged parents to plan "better superxhed dances uiul picnics as club activities." Army fmp/oye« Makes Job f«y With Device! SANTA ANA, Cal. (UP)—Rube Goldberg cniiie in for some serious competition at the Santa Ann Army AIC Base recently when Robert W. Overholsef came tip with Ills latest gadget—a machine made from an old bottle capper which counts, sorts and compresses knives, forks and spoons Into bundles of 10 each. Overholser, n civilian employe in the clothing and equipment department, has also Invented devices to measure overseas- caps. l.uff and clean mess gear and rifles. Losn W«»»her Eye rimd started on n trip, only to run PANA, 111. (UP)—It's easy to for- Into the slate's heaviest blizzard of get, your Army training, as Otto Micrwlman found out when he Idly Toads sometimes lay more than looked al the sky, got In his car GOOO eggs In a single night. ••••• This general view of a portion of Hurt's Bakery shows some of the up-to-date equipment used in turnm;; out products in the new bl'ajtt. Splc and span appearance characterizes every nook and corne r of this modern establishment. Our Best Wishes for Success To HART'S New Modern Bakery Bobby-Sox Crowe/ Provides Copy For Student 'Scandal Sheets' We are happy to have had a part in the completion of your Modern Building. UY .IRAN KAI'KI. United Vrt'.ss Staff Corr«siMHld«ut BERKELEY. -Calif., March 30. (UP>—Parents of Ilerkclcy'B uobby- sox .set learned today thai their children were as familiar with Bourbon us they were with boogie ami knew more about amour lhan they | did abont algebra, j The parents refu\ abont it In four labloid scandal sheets devoted to "the love life" of Berkeley High School students, published privulely PLANTER'S H A R D W A R E CO .', I N C. Home of famous Brands Walter Waddy Served 31 Years As Bakery Driver When Walter Waddy. veteran .salesman of the local bakery, drove 11 from the uew bunding it was he first time in 31 years thnt he lad not started h's "run" from the onner locntlon, IOC East Main. This is u record among bakeries md the nun is very proud of its oldest employe from point of service. Many changes have taken place at this bvisiness since the popular snlesinnn first diove away with Ills few tvays of bakery products lucked under the top of a horse-drawn vehicle as he stopped at each house to peddle his wares. He now leaves the building in a modern motor vehicle. by the pupils themselves anil sold fo 10 cents an Issue on street, corner near the school. Photographs showing yonthfn couples In ardent embraces 01 couches, In chairs and on stnirway filled the four publications. Fill .liimes of participating students wen listed and the captions included sucl comments ns "The Pause That He freshes" and "Don't Worry. No Dumage Done." Other pictures, including one of n scantily-clad girl in a mamniotl! champagne bottle, were describe! by school authorities as being (lie type usually found in the Police Oa'/.ette. Because of the number of times an Oakland bar was mentioned Berkeley High's principal Alwyii Le- We Salute You . . . HART'S BAKERY . . . An old Friend in a New iModern Location We are proud of the rapid prog- Vess you have made . . . and we ore happy to have had some smalt part in the building of what we think is one of the best and most modern bakeries in the South. Again . . . Our Best Wishes! MISSISSIPPI COUNTY LUMBER COMPANY 1801 West Main St. Blytheville, Ark. 12G West Main We Congratulate Hart'* Bakery en th« opening of their new, modern-equipped building ... in the equipping of which it was our privilege to participate . . . CHAMPION MACHINERY CO. Joliet, Illinois MAKERS 01' MODERN HAKKKY MACHINERY: Super Ajax ;ind Thofo-Mix High Speed Dough Mixers, C.';ik« Mixers, Dough Dividers, Moulders, Flour Outfits, Cookie* Machines, Proofers, I'vol'l' Hoxo.s, Weighing Hoppers, Water Meters, Racks, Pans and Accessories. Congratulations... and Our Best Wishes. TO HART'S New Modern Bakery We are proud to number you , among our hundreds of Loyal , Customers. Again . . . Our Best Wishes for your Continued Success. E. C. Robinson Lumber Co. Phone 551 319 West Ash Street BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. In proportion lo poulalion. Vatican City has the largest army in the world. Bamboo grows rapidly, often attaining a height of 50 feet or more within five or six weeks. The name of the cauliflower is derived from the Lation "caulis" • cabbage) and "flos" Ulowcr). Every 14 seconds a baby is born l;\ the United States. Congratulations and Best Wishes TO Hart's Modern Bakery on the opening of their New Modern Building We ore proud of the fact that some of Our Trucks will be used in the daily distribution of their Bakery Products to their fast growing family of Customers. BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR COMPANY Dodge and Plymouth Sales and Service Fhcne 422 121 West Ash St. Our Best Wishes for Success TO HART'S BAKERY On the Completion and Opening of Their New Modern Building * LOY EICH CHEVROLET CO. I Phone 578 TEXACO GAS AND OILS 301 West Walnut St.
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