The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 7, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 7, 1944
Page 2
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,v .PAGE.TWO ( X Hoboes AtteL. Unique College •j a Wanderers Improve v, < Soapbox Speaking , "' Technique There ' By United prt« You wouldn't tiiink a man nould require any special college education to be a hobo Probably jou alwajs thought of college fc the place you send your son, thought of it as the first rung on the ladder- that- leads- to- tlio- Whltc-House. But hoboes eo to college, loo, ' they-attend'Hobo CoUege In Chicago. Only they don't call It hobo college, they would have you know It Is the institute of the Sodnl Sciences ,, Hobo college is where the «an- flerers *ho Iwe not talked tliem- Klifis out on soapboxes during (he summer spend Hie whiter. Hobo college is In session now, n regular nine-mpnth term It Is held in a smoke-filled auditorium, which is leached by climbing a rickets flight of stairs And the students, who number about' 1(£ sit oh benches. \ > • Celebrities;Pictured / To provide Itisplration for the professional hobo, the wall is lined with pictures of all the celebrities of hobo-land. Among the faces l on the auditorium wall ; is thnt of Dr. Ben Reitinan, a'. Chicago physician . BJio helped, found the organization i The imfn course of hobo college might well be called, "How to Im- pro\c Your Soapbox Speaking" A tjpieal classroom session, which is held at night,-consists of a speaker or group of speakers , whom the students can interrupt with qucs Sfoni When the formal speaking is finished, each student Is allowed to mike a three-minute speech, In which he tells the speakers what he trunks of them ' Students of the University of Chicagoi come In for the strongest lampooning when they present one roundtnble discussion a month before the hoboes: The students of hobo college say it is n pretty wonderful school, only they do miss' those-summer soapboxes. (•HIATJ1EV1LLI3 COUK1BK NEWS Lieut. Fisher I'Typ/ccf/, Nurse' Shaw Field SHAW FIELD, S.C J ,Dcc. 7 — as one of the four most nurses at Sha- P< ' I t|ii< y personnel ot ' f i t i •was Ileut Gwendoijn A 1,. . O f the Army Nurse Corp." Uouteninl Fisher comes from 1?1 West WftWut Street Bljthc wile. Ark, nnd Ii the dnugMcr ot the late Mr and Mrs J H Fisher. . _, She lacks onlj four and oiie- half months to Attain three jeans of semce in the Army Nurs,c Coras and has •spent all of hei mililary career at Shaw Jield She attended vBlythcville High School nnd the Methodist Hospital Scbwl.of pursing in Memphis, Term ^here she recelied hci nurse's degree In 1938.- The same ^ear she became a surgical ninse Tu *1910, she went to the John Uiston Hospital to do stuff nursing " have mailed , approximately 300 Christmas cards.ty^ytcc men from Blythevillc ns'.a part of their junior fled Cross work, nnd as part of their contribution to the war effort, htivc Iw'ch pui-chaslng AVar Bonds and ' Stamps regularly. This week they have invested $200,30 In bonds and stomps. ['' \ ' • Dr. W. L. Hoiyze of Port Worth, Texas, spoke to the seventh grade assembly Wednesday, and Thursday the Rev. Harvey T.- Kidd was speaker nt'the eighth grade assembly,-. Perfect attendance records for the six weeks period Just past were made by H. C. Anderson, Bob Damon,. Muxine Hill. Luclcn Coloman, Roberta Bracey, David Shepherd, Marvin Bricc, Harmon Ellis, Dennle Gentry, Billy Joyner, Nathan Wado Buford Young, Emma Lula Shook, Ann Warlh, nichard Uim, ]3i)iy Max Ghjin! Jimmy Marler, Charles McDanlcl/Bllly James, LaJune All- try, Peggy GHlemvater, Hetty Jones, Getty Lnyson, Jonn Lutz, Betty Held J. W. Emery. Donnld Stole, Catherine Bmd- ley, Nancy Ann Damon, Jacqueline Estes, Patsy I/ni Pone,! Louise Sulli- Help Pay For Christmas Boxes For Servicemen' 1 < T in-order ^tlmt citizens of Blythe- ulle^and surrounding territory may have a chance to help brighten Christmas lor hospitalized sen ice men ind women, members ol the American Legion ond the American Legion Auxiliary have placed con- tribu ion boxes in stores and public buildings throughout the city Funds collected in these boxes Known as Eddie Cantor' boxes iii honor of the actor v,ho conceded the slogan, 'Give to a Yank who gave', will be spent locally with a Christmas box, valued at approxl match, 52 to be sent to every hospl tahzed service man or ftomtin In M 6 ^°?5 itai at B1 y th « v »"> Army Air Field Any boxes supplied <ncr •filL1 unn ^ <rcqulrad "y tne IOMI field hospital will be sent to service personnel'In Hot Springs and Ut- tl! Lfocfc government hospitals The compalgn closes on Dec. 10. SCHOOL NEWS Junior high school students 'on hon " "" 'ff the second six the firet semester are: Bill , Christine Austin, MaxUw , Mary Jo ROSS, Lucien Coleman, Ramona Cratton, Gay Oarri- Sail,, Betty Nell Holland, Mose-si -mon, Betty Jean Woolen, ohaites ^ ' van, Dennle Gentry, Glen Harrison, Howard Robinson, Marcin Jx>u McGregor, Dorothy nice, Bonnie Sue Thompson, Mmy Traylor, Martha Traylor, Martini Jane Wallncc, Ijar- ry Aslilcy, lay Eicli, Larry lAilz, Ilulh Freeman, Margery Ilnlc, Kuth- ryn Martin, Jlarry Prltzlus, Beverly Alley, Bonnie Jean Gootlilch, Hetty Ann Graves, Nnncy lininllton, Patsy Joan Ilaynes, Cliarleno Hudson nnU Ramona Nccdhnin, Arkansas Has 70 Percent Of Sixth War Loan Quota LITTLE ROCK, .Dec. 7 (U.P.) — Arkansans have purchased more Ihnn 31 million dollars worth ol war bonds - during the Sixth War Loan Drive.' That's, TO per cent of the state's 44 million dollar quota. Jnckon county has joined the growing list of comities to exceed county tiuotas. County War Finance Committee Clifllnnn,u Kenneth Moore reports sales of more than $527,800, or 105 per cent ot the $500,000 county quota. Jackson became the seventh Arkansas county to reach its quota. . Five coim(lcs Imvc readied the enemy territory from the 15th AAF THUKSDAY. DKCKJIBKK 7, lf)-M CO per cent mark, nnd they arc e.\'|)ectcd to txcced their quota' l» a day or so. Hearing the too are Crai, Dallas. Jol nToi RaTi' anci aeott countlc, ' linse. Keeping Up With The Men In Service s additional training. ,' '»; . ' „ ";r ''"; ' ""'' * 1n nnc ' Mrs. Gullcy have anotimr Mrs. N. J.. Q.u^_y_o[_Lost Cane son In the Navy, BUly Gully,mty Willie D. McDaniel, cnglneei''- gunner on a I!- n Plying Portress operating from n base In Italy, has been promoted tp the grade of technical sergeant. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harper S. MeDanlol of Sleele, Mo. • Sergeant McDaniel, a former em- ploye nt Parks Chevrolet Co., Stccle, has llown 11 conibat missions over n' ° an a "^«hiP ' ,. 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