The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 28, 1939 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 19M Junior And Senior Art And Floral Exhibits Are Judged Results of judging of the junior ami senior art exhibits tuxl ycslpr- (by's floral exhibit at the Mississippi Count}' Pair wore released j'fsierday afternoon, oilier flcrnl arrangements were displayed today for Judging. Judges wore well chosen by the ocmniHlf-e in charge, made up of Mvs. B. A. ling", Mrs. L. H. Moore nnd Mrs. Gecrgc W. Knvhum. Miss Catherine Orr, \\ho servoil ns one of the judges Jor Die MklSoull) Fair In Memphis and Waller parke who is exhibiting this week at Brooks Memorial tit Memphis judsc- cil Ihc art ttlflle Bill Murlin cf Ileaion's Home of Flowers judged lhe floral groups. First, second and third results in ihe flower contests fellow: Marigolds: Mrs. li. C. Branch, Pecan point; Mr.s. O. B. Scrape, Blytheville; Mrs. C. M. Abbott, rtlytiievillc. •//innlns: Mrs. U. C. Branch, Pecan Point; Mrs. Loy Welch, Blyihc- villc; Mrs. R. A. Concland, Blylhc- vllle. First, second and third results in the sonirr art exhibits follow: Landscape, Oil: Mrs. Robert Hawkins, CaruUiersrillc; Airs. Robert Hawkins, CarutliersYllle; Mrs. L. U Hubcncr, Dlylhcville. Marine, Oil: Mrs. L-. I,. Hubcner, Blytheville; Mrs. Roi>ert Hawkins, Caruthersvillc; Mrs. Pearl Hamilton, route two, Blytheville. •Portrall or Figure, Ojl: Mrs. George W. Earliam, Hlylhe'viHe; Dale Miller, Blythevillc; Dale Miller, Blytheville. Still Life. Oil: Mrs. L. L. Hudener, Blytheville; Mrs. Kcberl Hawkins, Carulhersville; Mrs. George W. Uarlinm, Blytheville. Animal or OPowl, Oil: Mrs. Grant Collar, Joiner; Mrs. M. C. Cooke Jr., Blythevills; Mrs. George W. Bar- liam. Blytheville. Original, Oil: Mrs. L. L. Hubcner, Blytheville; Mrs. George W, Barham, Blytheville; Dale Miller, Blytheville. ' Water Cclor: Gordon Ramey, Blytheville; Mrs. II. H. Hmichins, Blythoville; Mi.s. Irene Hazel, Ca- nitheraville. Pastel and Crayon: Gordon Ramey, Blytheville; Mrs. George W. Barham, Blytheville; Sister M. Louise, Blytheville. Pen: Gcrdon Ramey, Blylheville; Mrs. b. li. HiiVjener, Blytheville. Pencil: Mrs. Irene Hazel, Carnth- cmille; Arnold Phillips, Manila and Ms. -M. C. Cooke Jr., Blytheville. Charcoal: Gordon Ramcy. Blytheville, first; second and third. Poster: Gordon Rnmcy, Blytheville, first, second and third. First, second and third places in the Junior art exhibit follow: Oil: James Vest, Blytheville; Jinimie Allen, Blythcvlilb; Connie Thomas, Cnrnther.sville. atill Life: Sallle Kelt Matliis, Blythevllle; Kennett Matthews. Mn nila; Joe wimberly, Blytheville. Animal or Fowl: Vera Goodrich, Blytheville; W. O. Medlock, Manila; Sallie .'Holt Mathis. Blytheville. Water Color: Sallie Hell Mathis, Blytheville; Snllie Holt Mathis, Blylheville; Virginia McCulley, Ca- nithersville. Pastel or Charcoal: Virginia Campbell, CamUicrsville; Jimmie Allen. Blytheville; Vein Goodricir, Blytheville. Pen: Kenneth Matthews. Manila; Sallie Holt Mathis, Blytheville; Sallie Hull Mathis. Blytheville. Pencil: Sallic H:lt Mathis. Blytheville; Virginia Campbell, Cnrutli- crsville; Ruth Lee Winkle, Holland. Cartoon or Poster: Kenneth Malhcws. Manila; Kenneth Math- efts, Manila; W. O. Medlock, Manila. Original: Sallie Holt Malhis. Blytheville; Kenneth Mathevv5. Manila; Ruth Lee Winkle, Holland. Opium Users Warned In Lost Chinese Areas CHUNKING (UP)-In nu effort lo counteract the alleged spread oC opium smoking in areas necupird by Japanes!- forces, Generalissimo Chiaui; Kai-shek ha:, issued orders Mibmitllui; oiTendns in Japunc.sc areas lo "duuWo puiil.sliiDciii." The Bonerallssiino's announcement sai;| that although "s:\tislac- lory results" linil been obtained In Hie nntl-ruiuni campaign in the past year in Chinese controlled areas. "Die gowriminu Is not withdrawing attention from arras under Japanese' occupation where Ihe Japanese are purposely Involving i Chinese in the opium habit In an attempt to weaken Chinesp resistance." BLYTHEVILLE, '(SRI?.)' 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