The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 5, 1949 · Page 9
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May 5, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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f THURSDAY, MAY 5, 194!5 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE NtNB 32 Dyess Seniors To Get Diplomas Opportunity Theme Given Emphasis A. At Commencement W A class of 32 will graduitlr from HII-D.VPSS HiRh School this year, and will receive diplomas at commencement exercises nt the Dyess Gym, tomorrow night at 8 p.m. Commencement activities began Sunday with the Rev. E. B. Williams superintendent of the Jonesboro District of the Methodist Church, delivering the baccalaureate sermon. Moss Joyce Lanpclon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Langdon, valedictorian, will speak on "The Golden Door," at Friday's program. Illustrating the theme of opportunity as "Our Heritage." The sakitatorian, Mary Louise Ellis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs George H. Ellis, will present one of the three addresses on opportunity as "Our Challenge." Her topic will be Opportunity that Makes Lnvatia Nichols \vill speak on Op- Church Member Seeks Ouster of California Pastor portnnlty lha.1 Takes. and Joyce Appling o n Opportunity t h ;i Breaks. I.noli to Vlltlirr The third division of the op portunity program will deal witl ''o'.ir future." Sammye Gray will speak on Career Calls, and Reba Jackson on "A Design for Life." Mrs. Neva Blackard will play the f ""occ5Sional and the Rev. W. H. omit, pastor of the First Methodist Church in Dyess will give the invocation. Don Humphries will be master of ceremonies. The class will be presented to the parents and school loard by Lowell K. Ogclen, supcr- iriendent, and the diplomas will be presented by Homer Williams, secretary of the board. Girl T. Walker will present special awards, and the Rev. Orman Henderson will give the benediction. Plan Trip lo WashinRton Following graduation tile seniors tatc a trip to Washington. D.C.. LOS ANGELES, May 5 (/T)— Cluiich laws demand the ouster of Dr. J. whllcomb Broirglier, Jr.. as pastor of Glendnle's First Baptist Church, a partshoner charges In an amended complaint accusing him of peccadillos with women. IThe dictionary defines peccadillo as a light or 'trilling sin). The complaint was filed Tuesday In superior court by Edgar cll, who charges Dr. Brougher, 4G, with kissing women members ind maintaining a mistress and a •love child" on church funds. Maxwell's previous suit was denied on the grounds that before a :icarlng on misconduct charges could proceed, church by-laws must be brought into court. The amended action was brought on behalf of 500 chi.rch members against (lie minister and 19 trustees and deatons. Dr. Brougher denied the accusations after the first suit was filed blaming the action on "a group of disgruntled parishoners." He said a church meeting had cleared him of similar charges several years ago. Arkanson Aboard C-97 Hauling Coal to Berlin BERLIN, M«y S. An American C-W Strntofrelghter completed a maiden airlift (light from Western Oeinany to Berlin yesterday with ten tons of coal although Us cargo capacity is 26 1-2 Ions. The blunt-nosed craft. trniU|X»l sister of the B-50 bomber which recently flew around the world non-slop, had an "uneventful hop" today, Ihe pilot reported. He Ls 1st Lieut. Richard F. Keller, of Du- buquc, Iowa. From the Blsgs All- Force base at El Paso. Texas. Crew members Include: co-pilots 1st Lt. Roy Croy, Little Rock. Ark., and 1st Lt. James Brewer, Dalliarl Tex., and Staff Sgt. John H, Smith Wartburg, Tenn., radio man. NOTICE Notice U. hereby given that Hie undersigned has liled with the Commissioner of Revenues of the Slate o! Arkansas for permit to sell and dlEpeiuie beer at retail on Ihe Demises described ns 1200 Lily St., Blylhevllle. Mississippi County. The undersigned slates that he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted ol a felony or olher crime Involving moral lurpilude JtliRt no llcetise to sell beer by the undersigned ha. 1 - been revoked within five years last past; and that the un- dei'ilgned has never been convicted ol violutirg the laws of (his stale or nuy olhcr state, relative to Ihe sale of alcoholic liquors. Application Is tor penult to be issued lor operation beginning on tin- 1st day ol July, 1949, and to expire on (he 30 day of June, 1060. Gladys Pope _, Applicant. Subscribed and sworn to before ;ne this 26 day of April, 1949. Mrs. Marshall Bluckard (Seal) Notary I'umli'. My Commission expires: 3,9|'S3. 6-5-W NOTICE Notice Is hereby given (1ml the undersigned has flled with the Commissioner of Ilevenues of Ihe Stale of Arkansas for permit to sell and disi>ense beer at retail on the premises described as 813 S. 1st St., Bly- thcvllle. Mississippi County. The undersigned slates thai he Is a cltl7.cn of Arknnsiis. of good morn character, that he hna nevor been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; that no llcens* to sell beer by Ihe undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the under- Igucd has never convicted of vlo-' atlug the laws of this stale, or any Dthcr state, relative lo the Halo of Ucohullc liquors. Application Is for permit lo be issued for operation beginning on (lie 1 day of July 11H!>, nnd to expire on the 30 dny of June, 1050. Mury Donnerson Applicant. SubsdrlX'd and sworn lo before me tills 4 day of Miiy, 1849, Mrs. Marshall Blackiird (Seal) . Notary Public. My commission expires 5-3-5',t, 6-6-40 Quick, Lang-Lotting " HEADACHE Relief g"""" NEW LOW PRICE! Ready-Mix Concrete Delivered in (he City Umils of lilylhevillu HUGHES & CO. 10(1i & Kail road Phono .|l;il> Per Yord Fourth Army Officers Inspect Camp Chaffee FORT SMITH. Ark., May 5—M'J— Camp Chaffee was Inspected yesterday by teams of Fourth Army and Arm.v Field Forces officers. Commanding General Thomas T Handy of the Fourth Army henct- . quarters at Fort Sam S. Houston. I Texas and a team of fifteen Inspectors arrived here Tuesday. Major General Robert C. Miicon and a group of six inspecting officers arrived by Army transport 1 plane Monday from the Field Forces office at Fort Monroe, Va. Both teams wore to complete their Inspection of the camp Wednesday and N»w York, visiting points of j archery. Interest as part of their official school activities. The traduaUns class Includes 17 hoys and 15 girls. They are: Jimmy Allen. Travis Biirkrmrl. Elwyn Bled- noe. Travis Balch, Herbert Crlswell, Julious Darby. Don Humphries. Bobby Prank Harris. Blllv l.inton. Ivy Dale Lee. Charles McCann, Rudolph Rogers, Paul Sherrill. Milton Btansbury. Ralph Thompson. Jimmy and Louis Ussery. Doris Anderson, Joyce Appllng. Virginia Lucille Chrestmap. Mary Louise Ellis. 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