The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 23, 1939 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1939 JBLYTHEVILLB, (ARK,)' COURIER NEWS ' Blytlicvillc High^ ScJiool's 1939 Senior Class *£ m? -.^r^ : , ^&r- c ,ji <«B*: ^ir ;^ ^^F EOGfNE AUTfN HOWARD FRIS&V,, "'w KRUr,z, ' Bllllt PAYMf tMARY HUt, WTHSOH UOftlfk HUT HI fUOAHR06INm s ,.,. /5k'" ^^ ;h ^^ : ' : > >; J% :> ' -V% li '.V^k fi ffi AWTAmCBKK MARGARET,J ACTOI "tUIW ANKMOH ' MWWJk KVlf 'CM C, lUftdo BOSCKTHN.^ *^?\ / k .^** . , '_ ' JUSStll HOSUY URLftNfj^MOgBr'l One Hundred And Six Junior High Students to Get Diplomas The largest group of students ever to graduate from the city jun-' ior high school will receive diplomas Thursday nrternoon when commencement exercises will be held for 10G students. Exercises will be at the city auditorium nt two o'clock. S. K. Garrelt, principal o[ the junior high school, today •announced Ihe program. Miss Mont a Hughes, Miss Dora Coppedge and 3. S. Morris arc sponsors of the three senior groups. Beethoven's "Adagio" will be tiscrt by Miss Kathryn drear for the processional after which the Rev. E. B. Williams, pastor o[ the First Methodist church, will give (he Invocation. A girl's trio composed of LaHay Ford. LaVormc Redman and Barbara Bobo, will sing "A Little Dutch Garden'' by tfosmer. Marjorie Slcvcns will play n piano solo, "Impromptu", uinehold, before the awards nre presented by Mr. Garrett. W .D. McClurkln, sigp- (rintendent of schools, will present the diplomas. Miw Orear will play Gounod's "Marchc" for the recessional. Members of the class are: Charles Aftlick, Jimmy Allen, Gregory Atkins, Willie Anderson,' Hcrshell Be^iarse, Margaret Biship, Lloyd Blomcyer, Barbara- Bobo, Bernicc Broadstreel, Vivian Brock, Pauline Brogdon, Billy Browne, Junior Brown, Hay Brown, Betsy Bee Buchanan, Alma Cain, Edgar Cain, Agnes Cnllis, Billie Caraway, T. H. Caraway. Donald Carter, Billy Cullison, Roland Davis, Jack Delk, Bert Dugan, Juanita Duncan, Lois Eaton, Mary Louise Elkins, James England, Mary Espinoza, Stella Evans, lla Fields, aienn Flannlgan, Gale Tlood, George Ford, LaRay Tord, Opal Fiord, Jack Frlssell, Godwin Gay, Samuel Glasscocck. Oren Go!f, Jerry Goodwin, Herbert Graham, Ernestine Halsell Maxlne Harris, William Harris, Ruth Head, Anita Htckman, Donald Hlckman, Rose Hollls, Carl Hood, Jack Hood, Marie Hoover, EJrna Hopper, Noina Ifonchins, j Katharine Hudson. Nancy Hughes, 1 Harris Hunt, Bobby Jordon, Ira Lambert, Tommy Little. Ruby Lortln, Louis Lynch, De- inaris McGhec, Edward McGregor Helen Mangrum, Robert Mucry,' Beulah Mullins, Mary Jo Ncwcomb Calherinc Oxford, Jimmy Parks Betty Phillips, Freddie Pipkins, Robert Pintle, Bonnie Lynn Ratcliff. LaVonne Redman, Lillian Reeves. Mary Reichel, Bernicc Ross W. C. Rylee. Billy Schmuck, Billie Smith, Dulcia Smitl), Jar-kie Smilli, L. E. Stafford, Louise Stflnffll, Bill Tom Stewart, Marjoric Stevens. Beverly Thomas, Beverly Jean Thorpe Herman Tinker, Ann Porler Travis Kathryn Wahl, Bobby Wnldcti Joyce Walls, D. G. Walker, Parvin Walker, Roland Warringloii Sarah Warrington, Waller Webster, Harry Wheat, vcrna Wheat, Jewel Wicker George Workman, Dick Wilson' Annie Wright. Caruthersville Society — Personal surprise shmvor by her guests since she Is planning to leave for Cape GimrdKm to make her home In Ihe near future. Mrs. Chntivin served a salad nnd dessert course nt the close of Die pleasant cve- Jlitl and Bye Chili Mel Mrs. Clayton Schiiltz was hostess to the two (able Bid and Bye Club nt the Top Hat last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. E. S. Huffman held high score, Mr.?. Johnnie Garrett was second high, and Mrs P J Aquino bridgoed. The hostess served an attractive salad plate and dessert course following (he games * « « Mrs. Clmuvin Hostess Mrs. Lillinn Nichols, Mrs. Harold Popham nnd Mrs. Ralph Good- In were guests Friday evening when Mrs. L. D. Chauvln was hostess to the two' table Married Couples Club. Following the games Mrs. Gus McAllister held high for Ihe women, nnd E. L. Bradshaw was high among the men. Mrs. E. L. Bradshaw cut for consolation. Mrs. Chauvln was honored with a "Mrs. E. L. Biugcnlieimer of Braggadocio spent Saturday here as the guest of her sister, Mrs. Lois Bnkcr and daughter, Mrs. Rudy Johnston. ^ Mrs. L, D. Chauvln and family will leave sometime this week for Cape Girardeaii. Mo., where they will make their home. Mrs. Chanvin has been there since the first of the year and Mrs. Chanvin nnd family were waiting for the close of school before joining him. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Schultz ind Mr. and Mrs. Luke VanAusdall •spent Sunday in St. Louis where they attended a ball game. They returned home that evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McCutchen of Whcatley, Ark., spent Monday here with Mr. McCutchcn's mother Mrs. Beulah McCutchen nnd with their daughter, Mrs. Sam Glllctt They returned home that evening Helen, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoc Cokcr, underwent a lonsilectomy at the local clinic Monday morning. Fred Nations spent, Saturday in St. Louis, Mo., where he attended to business matters. Mrs. Crews Reynolds had as her guest (he past week, Miss Lorelta Doll and mother of Shrevcport, La. Miss Doll and mother left Monday morning for their home and were accompanied by Jane Crews Reynolds who will visit with them for several days. DeLafnyetle Reed returned Monday night from Alton, 111., where he had spent the weekend with relatives. He also spent some time at Champaign, 111., where he attended lo business matters. Mrs. Jack Johnson spent the weekend in St. Louis, Mo., where she visllcd with relatives of her husband and shopped. Mrs. E. H. Musgravc Is confined lo her home this week due lo n sprained limb which she received Saturday in ji fall while working all out the house. Mrs. Rudy Johnston and small daughter, Linda Lois, of Memphis, Tenn, arc guests of Mrs. Johnston's mother, Mrs. Lois Baker. L. II. Gale of the Concord Community spent a few hours In this city Monday morning attending to business matters. Mrs. W. O. Long of Fort Scott, Kansas., who has spent the past two weeks here with her brothei Casey Kilgorc, left Monday fo her home. E. T. Phillips who is connect* with the government in an en- Binceering capacity, spent the week end here with his family. Rev. E. F. Fink and Mrs, Fink of Sikcston, Mo., spent Sunday here with friends. While here Rev. FinV held the funeral service of a. Mr Hill Sunday afternoon. Ralph Capps of Bloomflcld, Mo. spent the week end here with friends. Mrs. J. F. Knight and daughter HEMORRHOIDS Cured WHhbut Surgery, and Guaranteed A very safe an d harmless method; without confinement lo bed, loss of time from work and with very little discomfort. All types of piles, fissures, fistulas, etc., treated by our office methods. DRS. NIES & NIES 5)4 Alain rhone 38 Blythevilie/At!. Miss Ililma, of Wardell, Mo., sper Inst week here with friends. The were uuesis of Mrs. J. L. Shcprtr lor several days. Mrs. W. J. Peck nnd dnughlc Uelty Lou nnd Mrs. R. C. Hell and (laughter, Wayne, left Momln morning for Hot Springs, Ark where they will spend several day. They arc expected home the last o Ihe week. Carol Bennett of Hope, Ark spent the week end here with rcl iitivts. Hc^Icfl Sunday nflcrnooi iccompanldu" by Mrs. Bennett uni sons who have bctn here for some lime where Dick was In school Earl Biuikston of Memphis, Tcnn., spent Sunday here wit Mrs. Bankston and other relatives [fe left Sunday afternoon accotn .muled by Mrs. Bankston nn< hey will mnfce their home ther the future. QUALITY I'lllH ECONOMY j Equals Firestone Convoy Tires Any way you flsiino, I'frcsloiic Convoy Tires sire you (lie greatest value for llic money. Built with all Firestone pnlentcd construction fcalnres. licmein- l«r you can buy on our BUDGET PLAN. SET OP 4 FOK AS L1TTLI3 AS WBKK C1 Cfl yl.QU PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Eills Snipes, Budget Mgr. Hi <6 Walnut Phone gtfl Sonic 200 Finns Have Wide Variety Of I'x- In'bils On Display >»' I'AUJi ItOSS MvA ScrvliT Sluir (.'nnrs[W»cl«i( NEW YOHK, ,M,,y M.-Thf largest (llspliiy of inn,, lul( | j^ wm . k ever gullim-d on one «|io(—(hiil Is (In- New York World's Fair. Visitors will be uble to .we ,m oil well drilled, mi iniloiimulk' ns- fdnbU'd, Kins* blown, n model lurm in opernllon. sou cows milked Kclmlllii-nlly, wlieiil harvested mid nuulu Into braid, '1'liuy win be iible to walk Into nil enormous huinnii "eye" nml sue Us pnrls work. They will sit before u ul s n»llc wcillclno ctiest nml watch M-fout puppet.* ilnmi- ullMv lliu contents, 'rjjoy will thrill ill sllJhl of boll,'; of 11) ODD- OOD-voll irmn-miido IlxJiiii|i )lfi W |' ( j we n pilot lly n modern iniii.sport lilnne "blind," 1 will gapo us locomotives ncl out lln; dnuim of riUhoad Iransimrtalloii. I'UiNTV 01' 'I'HHll.l.S I'OK AAIA'I'KUK SCIENTISTS Men visitors with n mechanical or or sclvnlUli: bent can hike ft "Irlp" Ihrough "Time nnd Space"' in n Ihealre where Ihu sclonllsls hiWL' arnniKcd olosc-u)> views of celestial boillfs. Or Ihuy cnn linger over Ihe largest model rullrond system ever bulll. Or they can study a series of "cut-ouls" showing thu stnicunc of me human body. Or they cnu miinl|)ulutc a. "speaking" skeleton. Women visitors'can rennlc Ihcin- selvc.'i by viewing n, $5,1)00,000 collection of Jewels, Including the liirgtst opal In DID world. Or they can visit 'Tollrtoal lane" where women's clothes tiro on display. Or they can visit "Tomorrow Town," a little city of model houses. From private collectors and famous museums, thu Fnlr hus gathered n $30,000,000 display of linlntlnus, one of the llncsl over shown In Amerlcii., The work of sueli mtistlc «tunt.s us Mlcluicl- iingelo. Hnpluicl, Titian, Glilrlnn- daio, Uiircr, liottlcelll, El Greco, Goya, Kcinbi-Hiult, Velasquen, Ho- Biirth and GiiliisborcuEh will be on view. In another building, 800 examples of contemporary graphic nrls, sculptures and painting will ho shown. All Ihls besides the 100 outdoor miiruls nnd the 00-ocld pieces of sculpture which will adorn Urn grounds and walls of the [•'air. On a par wiiii j.™'url,mBimV>;| *> PAGE THREE,, ",V will l» the- roll's music progiams Tho New York Phllluumonlc and, llic I'lillndclpbln Orchestra wilt'be hcnnl. The Fair expects, to bring Hie Paris Opera, the Hungarian Opera, the world-ruinous ]/>nlngrnd Uiitlel. liio lUminrilnn JSallcl imd Hie i'oltbh llallel. NO'J'KI) wn.t, Tho rosier of artists rends like n blue-book ol the nmsUinl world' 1 Kreisler, Georges Knosco, Jusclia Ik'lri'l/;, Joseph Herman, John Clunk's Thoimis, Marlon Audcr- son. A spoclnl program of Wuy- nerlun oiioros will be given by the Mcttopolllnn In New York under thu nnsplwti of (he Fulr nnil will Include performances by Melchlor, Flngslad, Emnnucl I,l 5 t, Elizabeth Jiclhbci'H' Frlcdrlch Schorr, 1'aul AHhouse. For vurlatlou, (he Fnlr plmw lo urcsent light operas In Its Music Hall. "Thi! Mlkndo" and (ho "Stu- (lenl I'riticc" ure already scheduled. iintl olhcrs will he ncUled. 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