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MONDAY, APRIL 13, 19S9 4-H Leaders Work Hard For Area's Youth By GERTRUDE B. HOLIMAN Home Demonstration Agent Never underestimate (he worth of 4-H leaders. Their worth can't be measured in dollars and cents. Their love and devotion to the 4-H'«r» i§ worth far more than money. Tlvi* article is about 4-H leaders in North Mississippi County. From th« first of the year until Easter leaders ail over the county worked with 4-H girls on their clothing project* to prepare them for the county-wide 4-H dress revue and talent contest. Some of the leaders took girls into their own homes four or five time* ptt week. Others met with the girls at the Home Economics cottage where sewing machines w«r* available. Accomplishments Tbew were about twenty-four lewfcr* who worked very hard during 'tboM three months and to give MR* idea of their accomplishment* let'* review what took plac« at the 4-H dress revue. There were 93 4-H'ers register- ad with 1» garments being modeled and 42 talent numbers given. In all there were about 200 people present. The Horn* Demonstration Council furnished dinner and presented corsage* to the judges. High Number la UM 13 year* and under division, Mary Rose of Leachvffle re««*»d the highest number of bht» ribbons and Jan Hughes of Araorel had the best made dress. IB the 14 years and over, Son- drm Retard* of Leachville receiv- ad toe most blue ribbons and Carolyn Stutts of Lost Cane had *e b«t made dress. In th* talent, contest the two •weepstake winners were Rene Hart, Low Oak with a pantomime ft "Make Yourself Comfortable" •nd Kathy Ray of Leachville with "Charh'e Brown." BLYTI1EVILLE (ARK,) COURIF.R NEWS PAGE SEVEN 1t» four runaerups were Claud- la Leggett of Gosnell who sang "Ite Lord'i Prayer," Georgia Minirth who gave a devotional, H* cha, cha, dance by Rita Rodwan and a piano solo by Patti Croom of Leachville. Before tee revue, leaders at Leachville decorated the stage to re«*Bible a dress shop with a «e*W .and her two daughters watching dresMc modeled. •Hie program filled the day and M it continues to grow, the talent contest will have to be separate from the Dress Revue. Winners The blue ribbon winner 13 and under were: Aprons, Kathy Littlefield, Leachville; Mary Jo Johnson, Yarbro; Ruth Ann Carter, Leachville; Mary Rose, Leachville, and Patti Croom, Leachville. . Skirts fc Blouses, Sara Madison, Leachville; Karen Hudgings, Cos- neU; Barbara Wilkinson, Leach- "I'm Coin' to Dick Moore Mobile Homes" They will trade for ANYTHING. Including equity In ficuses tor 'in* of their beautiful modern Unbtlt home* Come to Our Lot and As* About Oar 2 Specials!.'! Z.J7S LA.HAR, MEMPHIS fRONE F» 7-J58S COMPLETE FIRST AID COURSE-Members of Blytheville Police Department recently completed a Red Cross first aid course, conducted under the direction of Mississippi County Red .Cross Chapter. Eighteen members of the force participated in the five two-hour sessions. Training was given in all phases of first aid, aimed at aiding police in handling emergency cases tinti! physicians arrive. (Courier News Photo) villc; Hulh Ann Carter, Leachville; Joyce Ann Potter, Leachville and Brenda Fortsen. Play outfit, Trenna Johnson, Yarbro; Gaye Karnes, Gosnell; Brenda Bouton, Leachville; Laqueta Talley, Yarbro; Mary Rose, Leachville, and Becky Greemvay, Gosnell. School dress, Treena Johnson, Yarbro; Brenda Bouton, •Leachville, and Jan Hughes, Armorel. Best dress, Gaye Karnes, Gosnell; Laqueta Talley, Yarbro; Alary Rose, Leachville; Joan Lewis, Lcachville; Carolyn Patterson, Leachville, and Becky Bolin, Armorel. ' Play outfit - Georgia Minirth, Yarbro, and Laqueta Talley, Yarbro. Night wear, Sara Madison, Leachville; Rita Rodman, Leachville; Margie Wagnon, Gosnell; Treena Johnson, Yarbro; Mary Rose, Leachville; Patti Croom, Leachville; Ruth Ann Carter, Leachville, and Shelia Bearden, Leachville. Blue ribbon winners 14 and over were: Play outfit - George Minirth, Leachville. Skirt & blouse, Georgia Minirth, Leachville. School dress, Georgia Minirth, Leachville; Rebecca Boling, Armorel, and Ruth Hardesty, Armorel. Best dress, Elizabeth Scott, Blackwater; S o n d r a Boberds, Leachville, and Carolyn Stutts, HARRISBURG, Pa. (*' - Teamsters President James R. Hofta says he believes individual Teamsters will, in (he event of a steel strike, honor Sleelvvorkers picket lines and refuse to move stockpiled supplies. Hoffa, where for a meeting with Pennsylvania Teamsters locals, indicated such action would not be a formal one of the Teamsters Union, but it would have his blessing. ' He said he felt that inability by Will Honor Pickets: Hoffa | steel companies to move their supplies would deprive them of one form of economic pressure against (he United Steelworkers Union. The USW and (he nation's major steel firms arc (o begin contract talks in New York next month. Retires, Take Lathe Home FLINT, Mich. (API-Many retiring employes go home with a wrist watch as a token of "well done" after their last day on the job. Edwin W. Niedzielski, who retired after 41 years with Buick, went home with the two-Ion lathe he had used for nearly 30 years. Niedzielski bought the lathe from Buick for $62. The auto firm paid $3,414.79 for it back in 1929. Lost Cane. Party Dress, Sondra Roberrls, Leachville. Talent contest winners were: Blue ribbons, Sandra Kay Shaver, Patti Croom, Laqueta Talley, Mary Rose, Carolyn Stults, Shannon Pierce and Rogers & Neeley. Second Wreck Fatal to Driver MONTI CELLO, Utah (AP) - A truck - trailer carrying liquefied gas overturned south of here Sunday. Driver Charles Allen Hamil ton, 23, Gallup, N.M., was unhut. He borrowed a smaller truck to transfer gas from the wrecked vehicle lo Aero Gas Corp. tanks at Blamling, Utah. Several hours later, the second truck left the highway at a hairpin eurvo and plunged into Rocky Devils Canyon. Hamilton was killed. Endearing Terms WINCHESTER,, Va. un— Some folks thought it a bit unusual when a doctor kept calling a patient in an emergency ward here "darling." He was only trying to keep a husky apple picker, Wellinton Darling.-still enough to sew up a four-inch gash in his head. Woman Leaves Huge Estate To Friends DOUGLAS, Ariz. (AP) - Grace M&ckey was a stern mannered woman who put great faith in the devolion of friends. Although wealthy, she never allowed financial standards lo Interfere with friendship. She was fond of Ed Fox, 78. a taxicab driver who often provided transportation on her trips around this southern Arizona community. She liked Ruby Hall, 46, a dining room hostess, who dropped by for a nightly visit. Chief of Police Percy Bowden was her advisor. She called Ernie Beyer, 69, a bank cashier at nearby Bisbec, a close friend; and the same for Helen Ellis, a Colorado Springs, Colo., widow. Mrs. Mackey, whose late husband founded the famed Gaclsden Hotel of Douglas, died last August at 84. The division of her estate was announced recently. Mrs. Hall received a check for J78.933. So did Bowden. Fox, who has been worried about security for his old age, was willed $22,522. So were Beyer and Mrs. Ellis. She divided the rest of her estate—which totaled $205,500 aftei :axes—among friends around the nation. Student May Start a Rage LOS ANGKLKS <AP) _ H ns a Jnivcrslly of Southern California roshman ended or just begun the atcst in silly season rages? Tlmycr Holbrook. 19. halted a boiir ping-pong endtii.inco con- cst Sunday night because "[ have Wife's Job Strains Eyes SALT LAKE CITY, (AP) - The little woman may have good rea son to complain of a headache after a day of housework. A Los Angeles eye expert, Dr. James R. Gregg, told the Utah Optometrie Assn. Sunday a survey of 200 occupations showed the housewife's job Is more demand ing on the eyes than any other, L BELOW PAR—Mrs. Tom Amis of Dallas, Tex., wound up with this wacky chapeau as a. booby prize. She was low woman in a local fund-raising drive. Seat Covers Floor Mata Door Panels Covered Head Linings .Arm Rests Covered Convertible Tons Track Seats Rebuilt-Recovered • Farm Eq. Seats Rebuitt-Recovered GILBERT'S Auto Upholstery Mfi No. lit Ph. M7« ROTHROCK DRUG STORE Remember us for prescriptions •'•••••••••••••••••••I Can your child afford not to have a college education? A VANCED EDUCATION docs not miraculously confer health, wealth and wisdom. But it helps—as millions have learned. Thus, every year, more and more high school graduates enroll in the particular college program best designed to develop their abilities. U. S. Census statistics show that the cost of college is returned many times over in extra earnings in later years. !n an average lifetime, college graduates earn 5100,000 more than those wiih a high school education only. And this takes noaccoum of the extra satisfactions a college education can give. One way to help make sure your children will have the education they need ( is through Melropolitan's Education- North Broadway Bldg. Estate Builder Plan. This policy may bo taken out shortly afterachiln'sbirth,Of course, theyounccr the child, the lower the premium. Then, on maturity of the policy, the amount is available for the child's education. Tor a slight additional cost, the policy can even provide for the waiver of future premiums to maturity date in the event of the father's death. 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