The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 5, 1949 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 5, 1949
Page 2
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BLYTHEVTLLE (ATIK.) COURIER NEWS •^ :.. Principal Lists ! 53 on Honor Roll iFor Junior High R ••••.. I Two freshmen .and oil* senior Cstudent were'ranked BS top students Sat Blytheville High Sclioo) Curing Jthe second six-weeks period of the ^second semester, according to the -honor roll, released today by W. D- «TommfcjYpr!ncli>al.. H Vivian Jones and Shirley •Mullen ilwere the freshmen students with ijtop grades and Jimmy Low, senior, 8(led with Ihem for ranltiitR honors. •'Margery Hale, a Junior, was sec- I ilond, after the three lied for fop Dhonors. Dixie Button a fie.shman Vwas third and Murray Smart, n ^sophomore student, via fourth. I Fifty-three students were nam- c ed on the honor roll with 40 otherjs "receiving honorable mention. ii Those on trie honor roll other ilthan the top six included: Moiia '-Gainca, Bobty Orsburn, Jim Lan- '•cashire, Ann McLeod, rietty Logan. rRoscmary Monaglian. Shirley Kins. ;Mclb»llne Hill, Ben Borowsky. Sue SOrsbum. Edward Pipkin, Anna ^Louise Hopper, Betty Woolen anci iBobby WhLsenhunl. | Irene McCook, Mary Sue Ha'.v- iltlns. Nancy Rhivlcy, Miixine Hill. :Clarice Maxwell. Sonny Rinlcs, Ulelc \RM, Barbara Johnson. Rvith Hale 1 Patsy Besliarso. I.eo Duclo.s. Clmrlsv ' Pridiard. Pat R"CTii. John Wiik.s -Gay Garritjan. and Ixniise Sullivan •" Jane Wi'son. Vivian Taylor, Mel- Mia Pryor. Howard Bailey. Granville Jcooley. Albert Pali-field. Dona Sue tGore. Sally Trioschmann. Do.lano •McMillcn. Bobbie Fnvr Miphael. JJune. stlrcs. Clmrles kuinirmham. £ Betty Lay.son,,Mary A, Rob-rson, !josn Trieschmanu. Nathan Wade-, land M>Tt)e Woody. : Those receiving honorable mention included: J- B. RU&s. Reba [seasley. Anita Sykes. Maxine Hipp < Christine Austin, Patsy Pope. Sue '[Hooper, Joyce Ingram and HoivcU * Boyd. r Vivian Patterson. Pat Henrn, ;Lloyd Hocott, Dennic Byrum, Bob- i tbie Jean Davis, Nancy Damon. Lar- • !ry Barker, Mary Dowdy, Carolyn ! J-IJintzentch; Mona Goodiicli. and 'Patty Bartholomew. 1 c Jerry Berry. Kitty Plunkel'., 'Vance Owens, Rose Punish. Billv 'Dean Jackson. Emma . Blanchard : Larry Williams, Hunter Ashmore • ' Howard Carney. Rninona Crafton. . ^BonlU Slankarcl, Nndine Newman EMary E. Stafford, Mary Ball. Pegsy ; Suitings. Harold .Garni, Jerry Hol- [lingsworth. Graham Parllow anil s Betty Knipple. \Policeman Recommends '.New Approach for Kids i SWANSEA, Wale.s —<(T|— Swan; lien's chief police officer recommenrl- fed a new approach to Juvenile i delinquency:-let newspapers print Uhe names of children in court cases. I > "It is a well known fact," chief 'constable D. V. Turner said In his 'annual report, "that offenders. :whether adolescent or adults, are ! usually more perturbed about publicity in the press than about pen- ialties inflicted in court." underfilled ha« (lied with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas foi permit to Mil »nd dispense beer »t retail on the premises described as m\k E. Mam Slrect, Blytheville, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he ti k citizen of Arkatisu, at good moral diameter, tliat he has never been convicted of a felony or otlitr crime Involving moral thai no license lo sell beer by tile undersigned lias tiecn revoked with- live years last pasl; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of tills stale, or any other state, relative to the sale of alchollc Illinois. Application la for ,;ermll to Be Issued for operation beginning on tin 1 day of July. 1949. and to expire on the 30 day of June 1950. L. Fowler Sr. Applicant Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4 day of May, 1949. Mrs. Marshall Blackaid Notary Public. (Seal) Notary Public. My commission expire* 3-9-53. 6-5-49 You can't pass these Sample Closeouts of Breakfast Room Suites BREAKFAST ROOM SUITE . . . With red leatherette upholstery, nice light walnut finish. 5 - IMECK MAHOGANY SUITK, consisting of 4 upholstered chairs and extension table. ICasily worth twice our sample price of— 5 - PIECE IWOP LEAK SUITE ... In a beautiful mahogany. Table and 4 mulching chairs. Old price 91.50, sample price . . . LOOK! 29 49 49 THURSDAY, MAT 8, 18« 95 50 50 5 I'lECE LARGE SOLID OAK SUITK . . . Hesiutiful- ly ^'ruined, extension tahle, 4 large upholstered oak chairs lo match. B - 1MKCE BKEAKKAST ROOM SUlTli. White !>(«•• celain extension table and •I leatherette upholstered chairs. Only . . • Refj. n».!)5 SOLID OAR INLAID TOP . . . 5-uicce suite, well made. <t upholstered chairs and extra large inlaid top extension tahle. Sample price . . . 39 29 49 95 95 95 LISTEN! • FREE DELIVERY AT CITY SUPER MARKET • Week End Specials! NOTICE J Notice Is hereby r that tilt As Stated above, these are closeout sample suites, sold as is, first come, first served. In addition to these bargains, we wil give 20% off all Dining Room and Breakfast Room suites during this sale. Also look for our dropleaf tables, chairs, etc. Hubbard &, Son Furniture ^p^ Phone 4409 Blytheville 3BIGSALEDAY_S=M^ Actually Worth $1.49 Boys SPORT SHIRTS •^ Sanforized Cotton Twills! •Jt Western Prints! Plaids! Here's n f*rcal way In starl the summer right! Get qH three patterns in sufficient quantities to last all summer long. Sizes 4 lo 16. Men's Reg. $1.69- 8 Oz DUNGAREES • Blue Denim! • Copper Riveted! • Bar Tacked! • Triple Stiched I • KullCut! • Sanforized I 1 43 They're really made lo stand Ion*, h»r« , _ wear, rroporlionei! crotch for added com- tori. Buy what you need tor all year now <• »nd save! Waist sizes JO lo 36. Lengths lo 3i. YOU SAVE! WHILE WE REMODEL! While fiRAnivll'S Is remodeling lo brin* j nti nlyllirvlllc's liucil »tore you can savf, anrt -rave anil save! Be on the lookout soon for our completed store celebration! Slight Irregulars of Usual $2.49 Quality! Full 27x27 Inch Size BIRDSEYE DIAPERS Men's Reg. 49c TEE SHIRT You Save 13c While— Tan — Hltie Combed Cotton Cotton Knit 36 Fine quality! Can be worn as outer or undrr wear. Small, medium and large slits. Extra Absorbent Here'* a welcome savings on a populai Hem! These d la pert are only sllglitly Ir regular and if were perfect would sell a 5'!.69. ll'.s a hift SAVOURS, so don't miss it Extra Special! 14x15 INCH DISH CLOTHS • If perfect would sell for lOc each. Very slight imperfect! of Hn« quality cloltn. Natural ground* with colored Mrined borders. Slork up now whll« these savings are possible. California MACKEREL 15Oz.Tinl6c Large Box SUPER SUDS 25c Fresh, Red-Ripe STRAWBERRIES 3 Qts. for $1.00 Golden Rip« BANANAS Ib. M\c Good Quality SLICED BACON Ib. 45c Tender, Delicious PICNIC HAMS Ib. 39c Tender, Home-Dressed Hens and Fryers CITY SUPER MARKET 109 West Main — WE DELIVER — Phone 2668 FRIDAY - SATURDAY - MONDAY! DON'T FORGET THAT SUNDAY, MAY 8th, IS MOTHER'S DAY. Ladies Regular 39c RAYON PANTIES We He- serve the Right to Limit Quantities Blytheville, Ark. 24 -A- SAVE 15c A PAIR • Hollywood Hricf Style! • Satin Stripe Weave! • Diamond Weave! • Tailored Style! • Lace Trim Style! • Lace and Itiblmn Trim! ere'» » special savings on just about evcr.v slyle rayou patitie you can link of. Tailored or trimmed! Several different weaves from which ; o choose. While, pink, blue or maize. Sue* 5, 6 and 7. Buy now and ^ et worthwhile livings! Ladies Regular 98c ' BLOUSES Save 29c • Rayon Jersey • Cap Sleeves •« Zipper Back • Five Colors! Another Mother's Hay K ift Hem! Lovely Rayon Jersey In eap sleeve style. Sites 3J to 38. While, pink, blue, malic or aqua. Ladies and Children's ANKLETS Nylon Reinforced Heel and To«

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