The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 4, 1949 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 4, 1949
Page 11
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?AGK TWELVE BL'YTITEVILLE ' (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY 4, 1949 B.H.S. Glee Clubs to Present Concert in Blytheville High Auditorium Tomorrow Night The choral department of the Blyllicvillc Hlsli School will present iti spring conceit at the high school auditorium at 8 |i. in. Thursday. The 143-mcmbcr choir, under tlie + direction of Mrs. Wilson Henry, will open (he concert, with "Send Forth Thy Spirit," "Cherubim Song No, 7 and "Plenty Good Room," and will be tallowed by a series o( four numbers by the Girls Glee Club. The soncs by the Girls Glee Club will include: "Clouds," "So's I Can Wright My Name," "Reel Rosey Bush," and "We Who Love Music." A boys quartet, composed of Jack Elliott. Jimmy Lowe. P. H. Jcrni- gan. Jr., and R. C. Allen. Jr.. and accompanied by Jim Lancashire, will present "Scandali'ic My Name." and "I Don't" following the Girls Glee Club. Mary Margaret Autcn will lie soloist V'lien the choir presents "Smoke Gels Hi Your Eyes" -ind "Summer Time." and Jo Anne Trieschmann. president of (he Glee Club, will be soloist on "Love Is The Sweetest Tiling." .lusl before intermission the choir will sing Romberg's "Silver Moon." The second part of the concert will open with three numbers by the choir, "An Evening's pnslornle." "Ecstasy." and "The Marches of Peace" before the appearance of the Boys' Glee Club. The- Boys' Glsc Club will sins "May Thy Blessed Spirit." -Hallelujah" "It's A Gram! Night for Slnclns," ;l " (1 "° ily Lawd What S' la11 ' Do? " A girls' quartet, composed o! Miss Trieschmann, Mary Margaret Au- tcn. ar.d Vivian Taylor with B-!ty Nell Holland accompanist will then present "Tea for Two" and "Moon- glow." Mixed ClioriiN lo Sins A mixed chorus will conclude the concert will) "America, The Beautiful." "Now the Day Is Over" and the "Battle Hymn of the Republic." The spring concert Is one ol Hie chief performances of the Glee Club, which was featured earlier this year in a Christmas concert, and lias participated in two festivals recently. They won recognition in the district festival nt Jonesboro and the state festival at Little Rock thit spring, and were also presented in a concert before New Low-Slung Streamliner Hugs the Rails combined civic clubs here at Christmas time. Mrs. C. M. Smart will be the ac- coaipauisl for the numbers not featuring student accompanists. Mrs E. R. Lancashire ami Mrs. R. C. Allen will also present violin accompaniment for some of the concert numbers. • Officers other than Miss Trieschmann are Jimmy Lowe, vice-president: Betty Ann Harber. iccretav> and P. Hi Jernigan. treasurer. Ramona Crafton, Jean Dedman Mary Dowdy,-Betty Nell Holland Shirley King. Jerry Lewis nm Catherine Martin will act as usher; The choir Is composed o[ 33 so prano voices. 28 second sopranos. 2S altos, 26 basses and 25 tenors. include : Sopranos—Mary Margaret AutcJi. Violet Bailey, Doris Bean. Hetsy Hell, Winnie Beth Buckley, Patsy Cliltwood. Kny Colston, Nancy Damon, Martha Dale Dixon, Virginia Ea.sley. Mary Jo Eaton. Bo'-by F-sles, Betty Ann Graves, Naiu-y Hamilton, Patsy Jo Ann Hayne.s, Blllle Jean Holmes. Beverly Jones. Ucttv L'iy- son. Sue McGr-e, I'jitsy Mcllalfcy, Millie AJ-II Mallorv. Betty Michael. Rosemary Mona- Shan, Maxinc Odum, Belly Reid. Aimeita Rlitenberry. Mary Lou Sawyers, Joy gliellmi. Hiuiilii Klank- urd ' Baihara Smith, norls Btone, Jo Anne TrlcM'luimnn, Sally Tiicscliinann. Ann Wait]), Ann White. Barbara Yarbro. Soprano;, 2nd—Shirley I)arkscl,ilc. Ann Urivlil. Susie Crnflnn. Jackie Esles. Ima Sue Flowers. Golden. Donna Hue Gore. Pat Graham, Ruth Hale, Put Hay. M-x'ne Hipp, Anneila Humphreys, Rox-nnc Johnson, Carolyn Linl/.nich, Sriyjrn Lunsford. Elizabeth Lules, Helen Marlin. Martha Nichols. Vivian Patterson. B:vrbnru Pruitt. Ellin Smith, Sue snmficld. Louise Sullivan, Betty Nell Titnillnson. Barbara Van I looser, Belly Wade, .lane Wilson. Pessv Znchry. Altos—Carol Bailey. Palsy He- aharse. Billy Jo Browning. Patsy Calveri, Momi Games, Mary Frnnc'5 Gaine.s Gay Garrigan. Juanitn Hall. NIUi Rose I'.all. Bcltv Ann Harbor, Pal I'.carn. Pcs-tf lli|)p. Belly Lo- Ran. Ruth Mc-Kissun, Janet Nelson, larbiira Ocinnns, Palsy Pc-pe. Alice, Belly Prcssnell. Mjlb-i Pryor 'aye Reid. Mary Robson. B-r':ari» iailba. Krrmia Lou Shook. Bessie Slankhrd. Vivian Taylor. E'r. ibclh Van Hooser, I.aJanc Woodhousc. Busses—R. C. Allen, Dan Atkins. R. O Bclknap. Charles Belknap. linn Bcry, Jimmy Ciissldy. Robert 3i'uftciii, Rupert Craftmi, Richard 3edni;-.n. Tommy I3owdy. J. C. Drc.kc. nennie Gentry. P. H. Jerni- ;aii, Ira Kooncc, Jimmy Lowe, Larry Llltz, Wiiren M:Clure. Harry Myers. R. B. Hodge, Eugene O'Bi-icr,. Graham Paillow, Jimmy Ilcl'l- miller. Minion Smith. Natlinu Wade Frank Wasncr. Bill WlllldcrHck. Tenors—Larry Ashley, Larry Baker, Jerry Berry. Fi eel Ciiilds. Jlmni! Culberlson. Jack Elliott, Allier Fail-field, Harry Frltzliis. Stanley Ingruin, Charles Kinningham. Bob Kirshner. Jim Lancnshirc. Freddie Mulllns. Jimmy Phillips. Dick Reid Oakie Ropp. Carey Rushing, Gen- Shank.'!. Murray Smalt. Donali Stone, Dan Wallace, John Wllks. Obituaries *mfcM& iV>«** fe.: : The first (rain ever built In America based on the Spanish "Palcntcs Talgo" is now ready in Berwick, Pa., for testing and demonstration across the nation. Built by the American Car and Foundry Co., the revolutionary streamliner literally hugs the rails. The locomolive is l\vo feet lower than a standard dicsel-electiic and coaches (our feel lower than present-day equipment without loss of interior space. Floor level in the coaches is only IU inches above the rails. Concert Is Presented by 4-H Group In Osceola High School Auditorium The 4-11 Club Conceit, sponsored in O.iceoln by the Home Dem- onslriitlon Council ol S^uth Mississippi County, was presented last night in the hinh scho:)l auditorium, its a part ol Hie; council's observance f National Koine Demonstration Veek, nnd the activities will Include dress review and lea at the First Baptist Church Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Albert Fells of Etowah. resident of Hie council, presented he welcome last nighl for the 22 nembcrs of the chorus, which op- ncd the program with the 4-11 Pop Following Ihe prcsenlation of the •Crntllc Song," "An Old floral 'Prayer from Hansel and Gretel" me! "So's 1 Can Write My Name.' nance :riillii" wi'.s presented bs 'cues' Bowcn, Helen llarrdcn and Jean Jackson, all from Wilson. The chorus presented the following numbers during the first part, or the concert: "Pale Moon," "Iiidlnv Love Call." "Ramona." "For You' and "Among My Souvenirs." Solo ist.s included: Shirley Heard of Kei scr. Jcanctlc Woodward of Kclsci Olive Jackson of West Rid;;c. an piano presentations by May Berj Bevill of Burdcttc including "Sunrise Serenade." "Star Dust" and "Buttons and Bows." The three soloist ihcn presented vo™al arrangements of "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" and "Ten Little Soldiers." Virginia Ellen Bird and Grace Hearing is Delayed Trial for,,. Doyle Aycock on rlun-gc while drivlnp \inder Ihc hi fiuelice of liquor was continue nn Brandon of Wilson pi'c^entcd i dance .specialty. "Tic and Toe," ud Clulstine Heard of Kciser and Juanna Jackson of West Ridsc were iu'iitcd In -solo |>nrt.s of ' Laven- ler Blue" and "A lilue Bird Sinning My Heart." iiiiil niimhcrs for the concerl included "Sunflower." "Forever and 'er" and "Cruising Down the Uiv- Mary E. Symonds of Wil.wn directed the concert, and the chorus will apixiar again at the lea on Saturday. The dress review will start at p.m. Saturday with rirc-=scs to ac entered in each of seven tiivisionf. including .school best, drcfs. work dre.^.st;:;. play clothes, party dresses, the tailored dress, nnd apron and .skirt divisions. The show will be judged and dresses rated, but awards will not be made until the annual -l-H Banquet next fall. Sylvia Dent will be the narrator for tile review Following the review a tea will be held with Mrs. Felts and Mis. Kiirvey Permcntcr pouring. We've Felt Them—On Street Cars inal Rites Thursday or Retired Contractor Funeral services for Clarence E. Vlggins. 75, retired contractor will e conducted at ^ p.m. tomorrow t the Cobb Chapel by the Rev E. C. Brown, pastor at the First Baptist Church In Blylhcville, with urlal In Elinwood Cemetery. Mr. iVlgglns died yesterday at his home. Survivors not. previously mcntlon- d Include a daughter, Mrs. Milred Gillie of Flint, Mich. UK widow Is Mrs. Ethel Wiggins, 512 orth 10th Street. P. B. Gentry. C. M. Baxter. Edd Jones, Kd Hardln, Russell Music, B. S. Shelton, Ellis Harper and George Ford are to be pallbearers When Sultan Bellm I or Turkey conquered Persia In the 16th century he Included in his loot a number or tile makers ami look Ihcm back to Turkey. until tomorrow In Municipal Court this morning. In other action James Andrews anrt Floyd Littler each forfeited 52 50 cnsii bonds on charges of overpnrklng in i\ 10-mlnnte parking zone. To Drive Refreshed Is Easier Driving Polish Government Says Industry Exceeding Aim WARSAW. Polnnd. Wi—The Po ish government claims nil biisl industries still are e.xceedin monthly production targets, bu apparently all Is not well behind ihc-scenes. Trials of factory dircc tors and managers for "cconom .sabotage" arc becoming more fre qucnt. Communist newspapers are crit- Lciv.lng those workers who lag in filling their production "norms" or targets. Government official. 1 ; ure demanding i\i\ end to "wasteful" industrial practices. At a national savings conforencc in Warsaw, 1,000 directors of industries and Ira ties unions officials, were told tney must save 5287,500,000 on production cost-s this year. Such incidents as these have become almost a daily occurrence somewhere in Poland: A military tribunal In Katowice recently sentenced five industrial plant managers to [our to 10 years imprisonment for selling coal to private enterprises. Another tribunal announced it would shortly try six high officials of n state brick factories combine on charges of sabotage. The government recently ordered a 10 percent general boost in wages. But throughout the country, many workers complain Bruges have failed to keep pace with Increased living costs. Memories Incited by Head Scarf LONDON, <fl"j— A reader away up In Alloa, Scotland, wrote to the "Daily Mirror" to thank girls who wear picture scarves on their heads. Because of these, he said, "eveij morning my bus ride to work brings me new joys, new horizons, memories of old ones. "One morning I saw a circus. with clowns and performing horses and on -another mosques and minarets. Later on I met pirates with golden earrings anil kegs of rum. "Every week I roam the world. Inventor John Kopczynski, left, and Robert King, of North Tonawanda. N. Y., demonstrate the egg-shnped wheels which, Kopczynski says, will give vehicles ^rcaler traction, lie also says his new sot-iin includes device lo insure smooth motion. I sec the Taj Mahal, the racecourse at Alexandria, Naples and its lovely bay, Paris, lovely ladies languishing in the harems of the East, "Thanks, girls, for those lovely daydreams— and memories." One Bullet — Two Pigs LUENEBURG. Germany, </P> — Two wild .jigs with one bullet — that is the hunting claim of .nrincr Heinrlch Wlnkctmann. of Lcitzin- gen. He borrowed a rifle from mill- Boys' Town Considered For Tropical Colony GOA. Portuguese India, OVi—A "Boys'", eastern .style, is in the making in this tropical colony on the west coast of India. Sale.sian missionaries, who first arrived here in April, 1916. htivc nc- j quired land m the city of Nova ' Goa as the .site of their Ixty.s' town project. The Ver« r Rev. Vincent Seu- dcri, head of the Salcsians in Goa. .says it "will give asylum to all poor boys without iiny distinction of col- Depends On Blow! The -sixc of the brain docs not prove the Intelligence of the person. Recording to an eminent Philadelphia doctor. The blood su[i^^ and composition of ihe brain iniuC^} a innn n scholar or a maniac, he tary govcrnnicnl to yo after wild I or " or crec d or caste." boar which were destroying his crops. He spotted a sow and fired at her. The bullet passed through the sou' ana hit a boar which had Just come up behind her, says Winkelmann. Read Courier News Want Ada. The Salcsians established centers for boys soon after their arrival here. 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