The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 2, 1936 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 2, 1936
Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1930 BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS household art and Latin. Mrs. Tmsley nnd Mrs. Slgler will divide their time, each teaching one-half day In the elementary 'school. Mi 1 . Brynnt Is tlic only I now Instructor engaged. Teachers selected for the elementary school are: J. L. Young, principal and sixth grade; Miss Lucille Johnson, firm grade; Miss Miss .. ._ have taught the (hint snide but has resigned; Mrs. Minnie Allen, second grade. Mrs. Vernlcc Crooks, first grade. Instructors selected for Ingrain Ridge are Floyd Mnlhls and Mrs. Alma Jean Shumaehcr. Tlic colored school will be mi- Emm Piekcns, fourth grade, Edna Ruth Davis wns to Commercial Subjects and Public School Music Instruction Offered. LUXOIIA, Ark.—Superintendent T. D. Wilkins lias announced Dial final plans and arrangements have been made for (lie opening of ttic l.uxora consolidated schools, with . ___ _ clasi-incatlons beginning on Men- ! dor the supervision of Carl Conday morning. Sept. 7, at 8:30 nor, principal, English and social o'clock. Public school music and a commercial department have been included In the courses for this year. Tlio new teachers for these departments arc, MlM Elizabeth Wallace, public ffhoot music, besides private lessons in i>iano and band Instrnmcnt-s and Miss Until Bullock, commercial courses. The faculty members for tills year arc: Supt. 'T. I). Wilkins; Jimnilc Slack, principal; Marvin Sanderson, science and coach; Miss nob Williams, lilgli school Kngllsli; Mrs. Charlie Tliomns. French and mathematics; Miss Lois Hill, seventh and eighth grades: Mrs. Mcllenry. sixth; Mrs. Lem Stanford, fifth; Mrs. n. w. Sylvester V. Gibson, mathematics and science; Malllc Ta- Uun. second, Ihlrd,' mid fourth trades; Sarah Vcncy. first grade, Lake City Is Planning Week of Celebration 'LAKE CITY, AI*.—Lake city will celebrate Arkansas' centennial and dedication of n new $35.010 municipal waterworks .system for one week, beginning Monday, Nichols, fourth; Mrs. nitcl But- hutelv hooked' W ,hi,,|. UTi-o n T 1>_|I_ ' " U ' 5 '-"OhUt ler, third; Mrs. R. T. liallew, sec- .oncl; Miss Mnxine Ilalstcad, first; Miss Ruth Bullock, commercial department; Miss Elizabeth Wallace, music; Mrs. Mattle Poison, Round Lake school: and Mrs. Claude Cooper, Brush Arbor school. Mrs. Elliott Williams will be in charge of the cafeteria, and Joe Hires, bus driver. Elaborate plans for the event, which is expected to attract hundreds daily and thousands tor the week, have been made. Feature attractions already def- for the event in- Faculty Selected and Preparations Completed for School Term. HAYTI, Mo.—The lOlili-37 school year will begin Monday morning, September 7. The school hours have been changed with classes opening at 8:50 o'clock in the morning and dismissing at 3:50 o'clock. Enrollment for the high school classes will be held at Hie high school on Friday, September 4. Seniors and Juniors will enroll in the morning and Sophomores and Freshmen will enroll in the afternoon. Teachers 1 'engaged 'for-- the 'high' school are: Elvis E. Simpson, su- pmnlcmleiit; Camille I!. Hnbcr. principal and athletic director; 's Virginia Sanders, girls' coacli l art; Miss Louise Witt, social Vcicnce and librarian; Miss Marie Forisler, English and speech; Miss Mildred I'opliam, commercial subjects; George Bryant, science and mathematics; Mrs. Mary C. Tinsley, music; Mrs. Susie Siglcr, ! elude: A large carnival of concessions, rides and shows which will make up "Carnival City," io be located on court square. Three baseball games on Thursday, Friday and Saturday afternoons of celebration week'between Black Oak Woodmen nnd Lake City catfish. Free band concerts on Pridaj nnd Saturday mornings. A historical and relic displaj In a commercial booth building, which will be open all week. A speaking program, which will include dedicatory addresses and n feature address by Hon. Harry L. Fonder, Walnut Ridge attornej and former stale senator fron Lawrence county. The speaking program will come on Saturday night nt 7:30 to climax (he celebration week. Lake City will have Us streets decorated In Hying nags and the Announcement Bob Chronlslcr. experienced shoo repair man from Memphis, lias taken a permanent |K>silion iviti, w. J. Knox .as assistant manager in the .-sliopt. Mannerly . known -'MI'S- COED'S SHOE SHOP. Talk to Bob, he can hear you and I can't—too (leaf. W. J. KNOX •Successor to E. H. Cob!) welcome sign hmie out for I'lsltors expected fi northeast Arkansas. the , ., , , > , i Dsl! >' services are held ni 9:30 •Isltors expected from all over A. M. ami 7:3a J'. M. HEAR! HEAR! If you have a hurial association ccplilicatc of iiny kind on ;'onr loved ones when they pass away, we will iiceept it at full value on the funeral, IH'ovidcil you htiy as much as $50'or more in merchandise. COBB FUNERAL HOME PHONE 2G BLYTHEVILLE One Night Only-Monday, Sept. 7 'P>Y Ucalcd al Walker I'icM E. Main SI. Opiwsilc Lee Gin Attendance Is Growing At Methodist Revival The revival services that br^in at tlio fii-ft Methodist church 1 Sunday are growing in interest i and nlteiiclaiu'c, ticconllnu to tlid Kev. W. V. Woinack, paslor. The; Hcv. II. C. Itunklns, evangelist.! is itcing etrecth-e preaching and Mrs. Wilson Henry Is direcilsijl Inrgc chorus eliolr and eonsre-1 gntlonal singing. ' j Hcv. llankins Is meeting the! children each nici-nliig nt nlnei o'clock In a booster service. Ills 1 subject tonight at the seven thirty hour will be "Stoning Jesus.'" Sixty ne«- American fighting plain's will take to the nlr each month for Hie remainder of the year, and sec will have been delivered before Hie first of nest year. • 'lite hilcsl figures Indicate there lire 243 cmumcrdal pilots, alii registered alrcinfl, and 308 licensed airports in Australia, l-Olt SA1.K ABP.UZZI RYE SEED I'HICKl) IllUHT W. T. Itll.KV New Madrid, Mo. We Pay Cash For 2nd Hand Furniture . Phone 10.11 Hubbanl 2nd Hand Furniture Store Near (Jolt Hole! ANN o,,q N GIN G:., 2 more Lone in Distance tone Rates EFFECTIVE SEPTEMBER 1 long distance telephone rates are reduced as follows: 1. On culls to points over 23-t miles distant, the charge for a 3-minme conversatioa is reduced by amounts ranging from 5j?to $1.50, depending upon the distance. 2. Overtime charges on "pcrson-to-person" calls are reduced after three minutes afortrtimi to the lower "station-to-station" overtime rate.(Ovcnitne charges begin after three minutes of conversation.) ' This is the seventh time in ten yein that voluntary reductions in long distance rites have been made. It it estimated that the n«w reductioni will >aVe telephone users in Southwestern Bel! territory lljtOO.,000 a year. i Th«$e lower rates, of course, do not yet ' appear in the long distance table in your I telephone directory. Ask "Long Dii-i tance" for new low rates to points you may want to call. '*"' SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE CO. KIRBY BROS. DRUG CO. Save This Week-End On These Values .Main & l!ro;ul\v;iv Cash <& Cnrrv I'tione ASPIRIN TABLETS eo , T00OF 27c New ' Tampax Invisible . 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