The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 7, 1947
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1947 JJIA'TIIEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE Dorothy Lum, Peggy VanY/inkle Head Senior High Honor Roll Dorothy Lum and Peggy Van Berry, Jo Ann Shanks. Betty At« inkle led the honor roll at Bly- kins. Tliclnm Rice, Bobbie Whiseii- """••"•• High - • - - School for the sc- hunt, Peggy Hawkins. Laura Swnln. ^--"u six week;; of tlie second se- Joann Triesehmann, Audrey Wal- mester, announced today ijy Miss ton, Rosemary Johnston, Mildred Hendrtx Choir Will Present Concert Here The Hcmlrix Choir, Conwny, will present u pro- Rosa M. Hardy, pi-inclpa!. Other students on Ihe honor roll,' son, Benny Johnson, listed in rank, were Marjorle Hale. Smith. Roy Smith, "lose Simon, enroll Evans, Jimmy Marilyn neon. Patsy Travis. _ , Caldwell. Mary Morgan, Vaniiyc whitley, Shirley King, Uoyci Koontz, Charles McDaniel. Charles Upton, Charles Jim Lanciishi]-e, Sonny Ann McLeod. ;iobbye Fa ye Michael. Mary Ball, Thomas Bell. Wan;la Harham, Nancy Pavtlow, Billy Williams, Unrbura Mrmaghan. C. G. Heclman. p. D. Foster. Bobby Mullens, Ciay Garrij>an, Julie Wooden, Maxine Hill, VernFll O'Neal, Jack Homer. Mary Jo Eaton, Dan Caldwcll, Dick Williams. Ardcn Ferguson, Clarice Maxwell. Patty Bartholomew. Florence Ncedliam, Berl King. La June Autry. Anita Gtalier, Maxine Hipp, Christine Austin, Howard Bailey. Jack Duclos, and Sanimye -Lou Ferguson. deceiving honorable mention were grain at Bl^'lhcvjilu High t:cm)ol | \v\l.LS next Monday mornine and a enn- Dismissed' Meador, Jack Elliott. Owen Harri- cert for the public Monday night, Betty Jo; H o'clock, al First Mclhwtisl I Church. The Choir has made tours through Ihe 'South and suny at numerous Arkansas schools. The Hendrlx group included in Ihe annual "Meslah'- presented In Liltle Kock. Choir members will l>e honored Monday noon with a luncheon gtv- At The Hospital* lil.Y TIlKVIi.l.l. IIOSIMTAL Admitted. Mrs. Ci. T. Hnlhn.l. ,:iiy. Haltie Mm 1 Uivc. city. Donna Maxim Donner, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Milton WobS). semester Honor oll Announced or Junior High Louella Alley, Louise Sullivan, June Buchanan, Pat Burks. Evelyn Cunningham, Mary I/Ml Joyncr, Kilty Plunkctt. Stewart Gurlcy. I ols Lovelndy, R. C. Allen, Doris Henderson. Cameron, Glen Henry, • Vanve Owens. George Pollock, Vivian Taylor. Betty Harbor, Dorothy Mizcll, Bonlta Slnlikurd, Bill Wlxson, Betty Holland, Joan Lutz, Opal Mc- Dermotl and patsy" Besharse. Seniors Complimented With Several Parties OSCEOLA, Ark., May 7.— Members of the graduating class of Osceola High School have been honored with several parlies, Mrs. M. L. Mayo entertained Monday night for the class, Miss Emma Cox was hostess to the firoup lasl night en bv thy Women's Society of Christian Service and n%n\i\ that night at a dinner party also com- pltmcnting First Methodist Church high school .seniors. HOSl'lTAL Mrs. G. V. Da-vs. ci'.y. Mrs. Gent- Cbil-nnn, Hlo. 1. John Harmon, u\ '.!. lj G. Ciimi'V.-, ciU' ST. .IOSKI'11 HOSPITAL, HOSl-lTM. Dismissed: Mrs. John V., l.uvwa. Mrs. Melvin Loplrics. Osccnla. Armorel School Plans Exercises For Graduates Mae Beth Rogers. Ruth Seay. Alan with a buffet dinner honorin: Gifts for Mother's Day Block or White Leather Bound ;± n ° 0r , taed by Printin9 Stationery I for formal and informal Correspondence * Gifts For The Bride Jnvihilions and Announcements from I'opular I'riced to Engraving three seniors, and Mrs. Harry Jnius and Mrs. W. H. Wellborn e^itertain- ed the eliiss with a breakfast :hr; morning. Mrs. Mayo was hostess with Ihe hamburger supper at the Rustic Inn. | When Miss Cox entertained the i Rroii[> with a buffet supper, guests I of honor were Jo Ann Laney. MIII- lynn Kisscll and Gloria Geldrelch. They were presented corsages. Unique favors of clown heads made of popcorn were presented each guests. Guests other than clnss members were Frank Sanders, Mrs. C. L. Moore and Mr. and Mrs. Rube Boycc. Mr. Sanders and Mrs. Moore alsn were guests when Mrs. Jones and j Mis. Wellborn entertained this morning with a breakfast. Honor roll students for Ihe second six weeks at Junior High' have been announced uy A. E. Caldwell, principal. Seventh yradc honor roll stu- •nts were Doris lie'an. lleil. Lyda Critlemlen. Jlmmic G'uliJcrl- lou, Larry linker. Rosemary Mona- Bluin, MillH- u\nn M'allory,' Char!,-;; Kcniilnuham, Ann olm- liDl-by Oaom. Bobby Orsbmn and Melbaline Hill. Kigiith isnuie slmlents on tin- honor roll wf-.'e Cl.-.s.'lf.s lle'ki;t'.|>, Bonnie Goff. Oiiarles Piicliard, «<>,>- ert Held, sue Orsbiirn. Ruth Hule, Kclward Pipkin. Dick Hi-Id, Murr.iy Smarl anil John Wilk.s. Students receiving honorable mi'iuion were: From the si'vnuh grade-Carol Ann Ilailey. Dorothy Hi'iutley, Sophia llrlghl. Donna Ku.- Goro. nillic Jo Drowning. Granville Martial Law Considered For Palestine C'ol]i'cll\ - c lilies luivo not so far n levied on nny grouiw deemed colk'cllvcly rcsi>onslblG for terror- sni." l.O\i:ON. May 7. (UPI-~C'olnnlul S'.-.rcUny ArlUur Creech Jone.- hinlcit in Comnions today that th< llrilisli were cdiiKidering the possi- bilily of iir,p<>;:iiK colk-cllve fines anil widespread martial Saw [n r cstnii' ID i-oiniter Jewish mulcr- l-ioimd ai'livily. CU-n. Sir CK'OI>;I- Jotlveys, con MM\'aiiv.'. dcmainU'd';nuitin] law In all Jewish settlements, collecllvi! lints, and Ihe removal ol prom- inn it Jewish citl/.ens i *-'i hostages in "lumliliivi in which outrages lire p^ip-lratiMl." Avoiding a diroi'l reply lo Jel- ln\\s' di'inand lor tira.stU; action, (.'I'l'rih JDUI'S -said: "H is lor Ihe hb:h coinml.sslon- ii tin I'ale.'illiu 1 ) lo consider, In Swedish Vessel Burns in Frisco Bay; Crow Saved KAN 1'KANCISCO, May 1. (UP) —A fleel of flreboats, tugboats and coast guard vessels early today brought under control a fife thai broke out on the Swedish motorship Frej as H cast off In San Francisco Hay for Hnvnnn. No loss of life wns reported. The coast guard picked up IU crev. Informals Bride's Books Calling Cards Photo Albums WEDDING GUEST BOOKS Emily Post Etiquette Books Stationery — Formal and Informal SAMUEL F. NORRIS PRINTING — OFFICE SUPPLIES Royal Typewriters ACROSS FROM CITY HALL Uaccalaureali' services will bo held (be following Thursday night. ' May in. al ihc l!apli:,t "church \\ilh James M. Hoy. Blylhc.villo exercises will oc held 111'.- same" ML'J lit lay and look them to a pier, About 12 men, Including the of I leer», were bcllo.vcd aboard the ship Her went* said there were 30 men in trie" crew. The survivors gald-they heard a call to abandon 'shlp r ind did so Immediately. They presumed that their ojllccrs remained behind. The crewmen appeared to be none the worse for their expedience. The Frej caught fire shortly af-.. ter she cast off from 1 Pier 45. The first SOS cnme abdut 9:17 p.m. To j-lolje wireless which relayed the message to the coast guard. members from n life rafl in Ihe inches. Fissioning of uranium and plu- lonium gives off Ions-range hell- . uiu aloms, called alpha particles, which fly through the air for elglit Cnrrlrr News Want Ailils re.oluUc.n anil with the'| i![iprn]n':atc inclhiul.s within j r.i |i:icll y cii available iv.snmres. BIG BINGO PARTY Sponsored by ladies of the Catholic Church al. the Legion Hut Wednesday, May 7 at 8 p.m. Good Assortment of Prizes. Admission Only 50c Osceo/o News Us. riivy Cauley of New Orns is visiting her 'parents, Mr. 1r. atul Mrs. W. E. Huni, have ic to Little Rock, where he will attend the three-day session of the wholesaler's convention. limiy Langston of Memphis wns host to a group for several riay last week at Reclio.ol Lake. They In eluded Lloyd God Icy, Ralph Woodruff. Chnrlto Colcman. Wclby Young. David Limey. David Swill Laneyand Andy Young. Osccolans planning to attend the Southern Baptist Convention which began loriay In St. Ixniis are the Rev. E, T. Smith, Mr-,. Ed Tru- forcl. Mrs. II. H. Jones. Mrs. MaUle Dilliird and Harold Slier. ' Condition of Mrs. Emma Moore, who has been ill al her home the past two months, is much Improved. Mi', and Mrs. Herbert Shippcn took their young daughter, Elizabeth, to consult an eye specialist in Memphis yesterday. W. H. Waggoner has returned to his home in Mayfield. Ky., after a brief visit with his son. Melvin Mrs. Laura Rogers was a Memphis visitor Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hathorn of Memphis will spend the weekend as guests of Mis. Emma Moore and family. Condition of Mrs. Lcc Maxwell, who underwent a major operation Monday in Memphis, is satisfactory. R.. C. Bryan was guest speaker ;» Ihe- Rniiirv Club nicotine; yesterday in Kipiey. Tcnn. He spoke on "Diversiticd Farming". For your one and only Mofher, the one and only Compact. .. The very name Elgin American on your Mother's Day gift will tell her that her compact is the very finest. Elgin American designs are so exquisitely styled and engraved. Finishes arc jewel-like and enduring. And the craftsmanship is perfect in every detail— clasps, hinges, leakproof powder-doors, snug sifters. Choose from our many glamorous models in jeweler's bronze and sterling silver —to suit your taste and your budget. An E/gin American compact has a very special way of telling Mother how very special she is! Fitzpatrick's Jewelry Store ^ It Takes Only 3 Minutes to Open an Account , For Mother on May 11th [Personal! Practical! and Oh! So WOMAN'S DKKSS of slu-cr rayon floral print. t-;isy graceful lines. Flat I r wnshablc. cool col Inns in summer pastel.-; X wliik-s. / ./U WOMAN'S HAT with Haltering lar^c brim in st.raw with daisies, lilack and colors! 2.98 HANDBAG of diirnblc plastic patent. Pouch "style with top handle. NiccJy fitted. 2.98 'PRINTED SQUARE SCARF in fine rayon sheer with dainty narrow 'rolled hem. 1.98 NYLON STOCKINGS!r~" "^ Cloa, Shear" Full-P'ashioncd I lose in Nc\v Summer Colors 1.49

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