The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 10, 1944 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SCHOOL NEWS * Students and faculty are pleased WjUrnew sanitary drinking fountains which have long been needed. 't During October the children spent tX* for War Stamps and reported bonds completed to the amount Pi $j 12.50.,. This was a pleasing Increase over the September sales. hnl Grade—Miss Marine Halslead ^•The first'grade took a trip .to the t public library. They enjoyed $e)Bg_ihe books and hearing the story which Mrs Ira Gray, the librarian told them Each K cliHd was given a' library card and allowed to.~ch.eck out a book This was a new. experience to many of these small children. ^October 23 brought another of the surprise parties which have been, occurring In the first grade since the beginning of school This was ^Dick Foster's sixth birthday arid his grandmother sent Cho-Chos to'.the children, surprising Dick as much as the others. / Both the morning and afternoon groups, had, Hallowe'en parties. Trie morning group spent a pleasant half hour In the second grade room where they played some Mother Goose rhymes for the second grade children \\ho In return entertained-their visitors by singing action songs After returning to their room, they played BamK and trie'follow ing children uon prizes; Peggy-Venn, Roger Sudbury, P. A. Escarre, arid Robert Ray Goodrich. Refreshments for the party were cookies, popcorn, punch, and lemonade. -Those' having perfect attendance • last month were. Freddie Akers, Don'Brown, Robert Clemens, Dick Poster, Arils George, Robert Ray Goodrich, Gerald Hall,. Joe Hughes, Bobby Lee Jones, Rajmond Miller, Ffank 'Moss, Curtis Perry, Buddy Slax Porter, Thomas Shelton, Roger Sudbury, Harriet Applebaum, Ln- Vada' Crlm, Eva' Lee Graves,' Kay Herrlck, Dorothy McCarter, Patsy Rijth McGhee, Judy Mlchnel, Mary Ixiuise Turnago, Peggy Venn, and Shirley Jean Whiteheart Second Grade—Mrs. Thomas i E. Smythe, Jr. ,.Oh,. Halloween this .'class .had a party with the assistance of Mrs. Whltsett, tin W A. Affllck, and Mrs.'! .Richard Fowler. The' two mothers helped.Mrs Smythe get the room ready and Mrs Fowler furnished the music The shades were drawn to give the room a spooky look and there weie four lighted Jack-O-Ianterns, some of them made by the children themselves. Cats, oris, pijmpl' | ns and witches decorated the boards. Some of the •children'.-wore Hallowe'en costumes. •Miss Maxine Halstead and the first grade i children were invited.- Each group ', sang .songs and Mrs. Fowler played a new song about Mr. Jnck- O-Lantern which they all learned. A rope was stretched across the room and apples were hung frn"j ICjW Istiings. Each child tried to calchjm apple \uth his teeth. ^Perfect' attendance' for las! month- Drane Adams, William AGUck, 'Theodore Bniley, Roberl Coleman,' Kenneth Fisher, Da vie Graber,•: Donald Powers, J. C. Prl- vett, 'Adam Taylor, Patricia Fisher,'Martha Ann Foster, Rose Marie Grantham, Sue Keeling, Linda Rayder, Gail Whitsett, Mary Alice Wroten Third Grade—Mrs. W. O Clement (These boys and girls had a Halloween party Linda Taylor and Ann Hester brought Jflck-O-Lan- terns The children decorated the 1 ,<roqm with witches, black cats, and batsynade during the art period.("Peggy Hledge, Kay Hlndman, v Ann Hester, and Gail Davis served, refreshments. ' Six pupils have entered the class. They are Alberta Carver, Dorothy Bolmes, Bobby Gargan, Gall Davis, Harold Warren, and Henry Patton. •>• These children had perfect attendance last month- J. D. Cjein- " •^•^•••i ^^^^*^^"~ JUTZ THEATRE ! Manila, Ark. •WEEK-DAY NIGHTS B« Office Opens 7:15—Show Starts ; •* at 7:30. .- • SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS : , Box Office Open* 1 , i. , .' Shew 8Urt< 1:15 mons, Eddie Eakcs, Neil Goodrich, Freddy Gore, Charles Bay Hall, Bobby Hodge, Rondall Johnson, Billy Gene Michael, Wilburn Palmer, Billy Phillips, Jesse Webb, Mary Bob Blngham, Patsy Oaldwell, Mary Kay Crafton, Clydel) Eldr ridge, ; Peggy Elledge, Billle Fay Graham, Kay Hlndman, Dorothy Shepherd, Frances Stafford, and Linda Taylor. '-v Fourth Grade— Miss Mary Outlaw The new officers of the Patriotic Club are: President, Johnny Halsell; Vice President, Allen Powell; Secretary, Billy Shelton; Treasurer, Cecil Graves, There have been twp parties in club periods lately. 'First, the boys entertained the girls, Then, to return their obligation, the glrla gave the boys a -Hallowe'en party. Grunge and black were used In the decorations. There were Hallowe'en napkins, and the place cards were pumpkins. Popcorn, apples, and coca colas we're served. In the contest of pinning a tail on the black cat L. w, Stafford won a box of crayons as a prize. In a stunt contest Wendell Keeling won marbles and Dw-alne Graham a top for first and second . prizes. • . '. This class Is very . proud of having bought more War Stamps during October than any other 'class In. the school. Children with perfect attendance for the month Just ended are: Cecil Graves, Dwalne Graham, Johnny Halsell, Tommy Harrison, Wendell Keeling, Johnny Loggins, Billy Wayne Miller, Jan Rayder, Billy Shelton, Jlramle Smotherman, Polly Ann Akin, Tommie Lee Burns, Lois Cruse, Janet Dickinson, Rhonda Salon, Ernestine Holt, Selma Lum, Pattle Jean Privelt, Dorothy Mao Perry, and Martha Whltehead. Fifth Grade— Miss Sunshine Swift Tills class decorated the room with witches, bats, black cats,. and a Inrgc Jack-O-Lantern for their Hallowe'en party. After the ga'mcs, numbers were drawn. Charles Hoover held the lucky number' and was ilven the Jack-O-Lantern to take tome. Two other parties have been given nt club periods during the month honoring the .winning Jearrisi n p.T.A. membership and' attend-. aricc contests. The losing teams furnished entertainment '-'and, refreshments of sandwiches, cookies and drinks. • . ' '-'. ' A few of the fifth grade children' went to Yarbro lost Friday ' to take' part in the sixth grade football' game. Bill Wunderllch, John PauV Hulcherson, and Thomas .Carwylc were substitutes on the ieiim: Betsy Bell, Rosemary Monaghan, Rox-- nnne Johnson, Ann Gatens, Sophia Ann Bright, and Jane Wilson were" Ivited.to, Join the sixth grade girls in their cheering section. ' ' " : Those with perfect,-, .attendance for the second school month arc: Therlo George, diaries Hoover, John Paul Hutcherson, Chiulcs Abe Klnnlngham, c. L, Prince, Duano Prlvett, George Roj)|). diaries Shepherd, Dan Wallace, Doyle Wilburn, Theodore Wilburn, Bill Wun- derllch, Jarietta Akers, Carol Ann Bailey, Betsy Bell, Sophia Ann Bright, Bobby Jean Davis, Ann aalehfi. Donna Sue Gore, Nlta Rose Hall, Roxpime Johnson, Betty Mc- Matian, and Betty Janettc Michael. • Sixth' Grade—Mrs. Carl Frank On October 20 the children In the sixth grade were guests of Ruth Hale at Burdctt,e Plantation for a picnic. At noon a picnic lunch was spread on n long tnble under large trees on the lawn. After, lunch, games were played and each child enjoyed a ride on a horse named Billy. They then wrote interesting paragraphs about .their trip to the plantation and these were rend (a the group as they snt around the fire, in a big circle. TJic g^rls In the class entertained the boys with a Hallowe'en party on October 27. Contests were helj and refreshments were served. .The boys have organized a football (cam nnd hnve been practicing for the past two weeks. Tliclr ffrsl gnmo was played at Yarbro last Friday afternoon. Central won 21 .to 0. Tlie following have perfect attendance records for October: Rebu Beasley, Wanda Burrcss, Shirley Davis, Ann Fox, Monn Goodrich, Ruth Hale, Ann Wilford, Barbara Sallba, Johnny Buchanan, Billy Crafton, Tommy Phillips, nilly Dan Rainey, Dick Reid, Donald Rice, Buell Sllres, Graham Sucllmiy, Franklin Worth, and John Wllkes. North Carolina manufactures mpre cigarettes than all the other states put together (55 per cent of America's production.) CHICKASAW Wett BbU TCeftr KM Bt 8»t itartf'.»:«;•' Son. tUrto l! • , Nlfht ihowl &M ' • Exnpt Handay. cpeni 1:15 ' Onttnoan thbm 8«i. and Bmn. "~ Last Time Today t "SUNDOWN" with ,C«ne Tiemey, Brace Cabol, George ..., Sanders & Barr)' Carey 1' >T '- Paramount News f - Comedy ^^^•"•^^^••••••™^™» New Theatre Manila's Finest Shows Nightly 8:00 P. M. Matinees Saturday & Sunday Beit Washed Air Cooling System .' ;.. Saturday .* "WAGON TRAIN" with Tim Holt "Sih Chapter: "The Iron Claw" Selected Short - Saturday . OWL SHOW INVISIBLE GHOST with , Bela. Logos! '- ,. Comtdy > nd Monday DOUBLE INDEMNITY SUnwyck & Friday and Saturday Double Feature TICK TO YOUR GUNS' •'• i •'''• ' • with V ; •'•>•••'{.v 'Hopalonr Cassl'dy V' '. ' and', ,/. ;. " / '. 'ATLANTIC CONVOY" '."•'' ' ' 'With ''," '•'• :.- " ' Bruce Bennett • Serial: "G-Men vs. the Black ' Dragon.". Donald Dock Comedy Sunday Jk Monday "UNION PACIFIC" . : with^ •;.'. • ;'• .," arbara _Stanwyck & JocV-McCrea Universal .News Short i; •";'•'' ' Friday "MANPOWER" with Edward O. Robinson and George Wright Serial & Short Saturday 'COWBOY FROM LONESOME RIVER' with Charles Starred Serial & Short Saturday OWL SHOW "INVISIBLE MAN'S REVENGE" with Jon Hall & Evelyn Ankers ' Selected Shorts Sunday and Monday "JAN IE" with Joyce Reynolds Fox News & Short COLD STUFFED NOSE? I? 'iropa in cadi nostril I ah rink membranes You 1 breathe cnsipr. 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