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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 31, 1947
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SATURDAY/MAY m, 1!M7 Blytheville T Plans Day Camps Secretory Announces Summer Activities For School Children J. P. CliirroLt, scorelciiy of the Blytlieville Y iiti:>auu?cit' today :i k>f)ietlulp of activities thai will be *J& ; . ; ° nva ili»b]ci fur school children iiunuK Hie summer viinilion. Heading the list of events is day camps Unit will be held ut Walker Park far boys :ind sir!., between tin; nires nf 6 and 12. These, camps will bo Meld from 8:33 a.m. to 11:33 a.m. daily willi certain days set nside for children -of different, ages. The cmnp will be open to • boys and girls from (i to 0 years'of aqe <ii MoncUiys. Wednesdays and Fri-> and for children between 10 niui 12 years of tine on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Miss J33! 1 - baris Cnllisoii is dirvcior of this proi'i-iint. Mr. Onrrult stated that a soft- tall leuHiic for grammar school children is being formed with play expected to get undcnvav in ;!ic nrur Suture. The Y is attempting to obtain snftbal! diamonds in t!ie vaiious sections of the city to lake care of this league. Mr. GarroU said. The Junior His:i School rioftba'.l Lcnmie which is now in operation, '.vill be continued through the .summer months, he said, with games being ulsyed on Wednesday and Friday afternoons at Walker ParX. Two tennis courts are in operation at the uavk, he stated, and \viH be open for play daily. Persons obtaining rcservniion.s through the Y will have priority on the Courts, he pointed out. H^The game rooms.of the"Y-'located on the second floor of the £Mv Hall, will be-open daily from !) a.m. until 5:30 "p.m. Ping checkers, billiards, dart boards spatter painting, drawing, crafts ana many other activities will )>e available in the rooms at all thin lie said. Classes anc* tournaments in archery :ire being planned and the schedule for Ibis event will 1)2 announced later. Junior and senior high schoo' students' "Hi-Nishr will be held on Tuesday nights from 7 to U p.m.. Mr. Garrott announced. Suggestions from children and. parents concerning what recreation is needed in their respective neighborhood will be appreciated, he said. Third Grade Teacher at Central Resigns After 23 Years' Service BLYTHEVIIJ.E (ARK.) COUUIER NEWS PAGE • Mis x -Mary Outlaw will not 1)0 •my teacher" to third grude pupils at Central School next year for the first time in 23 years. Instead, she will l;u teaching the third grade at Rector, where she will go to be with her mother. Mrs. M. S. Outlaw, whose health is failing. "I will be there, but pan of my heart will remain in >Qlyi,lia- ville," Miss Outlaw s aid. "t have enjoyed Dlytheville people so much not only the students but the patents too." Miss Outlaw, whose method of teaching has been commended, by leaders among educators, organized lier clas s us a "family.'' The class 'cept in close contact with students' parents and one of the main events of the year was the annual Mother's Day party given by students. Each year, the class curried out some unit of work on a community project and studied civic activities. Problems were freely discussed in the classroom, where not only 'reading, 'riling and 'rithmetic were taught, but also (he Bible, art, a geographical program with specific stress on children in other countries, music and every day requirements in home and community life. Miss Outlaw snid she planned to keep in touch with I he class here and her former students. "I wish that I had kept n book of their Miss Ma:, outlaw + • * pictures each ytiir." she said. "But I have mental pictures of all my students anyway." she added. She will attend college n Memphis for five \vceks this Summer lo lake a refresher course, She has been a youth leader at the First Presbyterian Church here. Central School students were dismissed yesterday for lite Summer vacation. V-2 Rocket Roars Over El Paso To Blast Mexican Mountainside Mercury Plummets CARUTH'PRSVILIjE. Mo.. Mny 30. — A 34-degree rtrou in teiuiJer- nture was recorded here Wednesday night, brought about by the surW don "cold front" thai reached hem" Foniotime during the night. The' hteh for Wednesday was 87 degrees,' with n low thai night of 53---a~ drop : or 34 degrees. ' "• '•'-'" : ' EL PASO, Tex., May 31. (UP) — At least one United States city hns en inkling of rocket 'varfaro toiiny. and El Paso was definitely nor, fii- vornbly impressed. Last night a four and one-half ton modified German V-2 rocket roared over this city of iao.000 population at 120 miles per linur, swept on past hustling Juarez. Mexico, just across the Rio Grande River, niui crushed into a hillside one mile South of the city. Mexican officials saiU there wni no loss of life or properly dnma^c in the impact area. The alcohol- pnivcred guided missile, Tired 65 miles away at the White Sands. N. M., testing grounds, doped a crater 20 feet deep and 40 icet across in ttie hillside where it struck/ Natives living in the wild, desolate area dropped to tlinlr knees in prayer as the rocket exploded. The r blast blew out a candle in a native I . hut one quarter mile from where \ the missile struck. In El Piiso. C. L. Choi),?, a news- I papcrnian, felt the explosion at his ' home nine miles from the city. "At first, it felt like dynami'.e explosions along the river." Chope saiil. | CoL H. R. Turner, commanding officer at the White Sarnie Guided Missile Experiment Grjuiuls, said a • faulty gyroscope let the rocket go astray. He said it was fired to test certain *'sma]l parts." and was not part of the White Sands program of upper air research. Turner explained that the explosion was caused by inis tinnuc'. of the metal mass agains-. Hie earth and not from fuel or explosives the rockci. He said the warhead contained only a small amoim: of ex plosive which was dctonatt-d lo hur scientific instruments free of (he rocket at (he peak of its aliiiude. Higher Rentals ,Authorized to Pay for Repairs Higher rer.Uls reflcctim; Incroiifios il construction costs will bo ill- owed after Juno 1 in all rents Cs- iiblislK'd by a ran rent dlrculors In uses involving major capital improvements to existing dwelling uc- ommndatlons 01 . Ilic creation ol e w dwelling mills by conversion f existing structures. C, A.'Cun- iltielinm of ihe office of renl co'.)- I'ols hero announced todny. The allowance will be S5 a month or each 51,000 spent. Tlio present Howunce Is $4 a month. ' In explanation of the nllowuiwa Ir. CunnitiBham pointed out that he rent regulation provides ;h;il vlicn rents Involving slruotiiral hatigcs are Hxed by-area lent of- iccs. increases In construction costs halt be taken Into account. •' :'.ti pin. Worship .SiM'vlcc, 1:10 pm. <'l»>lr practice. Wednesday. I'I!O.M1S.-;|> LAND .MI'fllODlSI' Clll'liCII liny I.. Mi-l.cslrr, pustgr 1st. 3rd and Mil Sundays' Pri'iii-liltii; aeivlct's. 11 a.m. Sunday Sclmol cvi'rv Einiday, 10 2mi n nd 4th Sundays' I'ri'iichlni' HIM vices, ", p.tu i-'t'i.i, <;osi'i:i, 'i'AKi J>. It. ll.iruiDii, p;istur Suiulny Scluiol. !);45 Monthly Worship. 11 a.m. YiHini- 1'cople, t!:4!> p.m. Kvi-tiing V,'uishlp. 7:30 p.m. TABKHNACI.r. I.. (•. Hunili, pustoi- Cimieh Service. 11:45 n HI. livening Worship. 7::!0 p.m Church Stirvlce, Wi'dnesdny nn Friday, 7::tO p.m. I.AKf. jjTKKHT IIKTHOIklST MornliiK Worship, 11 am Training Union, 1 pin, Kvenlng Service. 1:;to p.m. Wodnosday n!nlil prayer 7 p.m. orvlV, ~hild Falls From' Boat; Search is Made for Body KAYUTTKVII.LE, Ark., May 31. (U.P.I — Hoscue parties contlmieJ ilicir search today for Robert rCeilh Loiiiin. 2l/,-ycar-oi I iron of Mr. and MVs. Karl l,n-?an of l!ous- on, Tex., who disappeared into Luke Wellington near here b'r Tlie child fell from :i Una', nnd | .isnpponrcd into 25-foot. waKrJ Sheriff Bruce Ci'ider is dlrcctii'K the searching party consist Inu mainly of the FujvUeville Fire IVpartmrnt rescue «|iiail Uiing grappling liooks. The Logans were visit:ly rola- livcs at l.jncoln, 20 'nibs west uf Fnyellevllle. II. II. Hli-vlns. t>;,stor Cinirch School, 9:SO a.m. Morning Worship, I0: r >0 Methodist Youth !-v:iuwslil|>. 0 p.m. 1'vayer Mceltni;, Wednesday, 'I p.m ASSKMIU.Y OF CiOIt flllUK II I.. <'. Ifumticy, jKistuk- Sunday School. 9:4f> n.:n. Morning Worslilp, u «,m. Clirlsl A]iil)assador Service:!, G:30 pin. Children's Church, .3:30 p.m. Kvanucllstic Services, 7:30 p.m. YAKBKO MIVniODISl' CMIJKCI! Hay L. Mcl.rster, p:istur 1st, 3rd mid 5th Hundi'jt;' Pioacbinu BiTvlces, V:'JO pin Suniliiy Scjiool, 10,, even 1 S\indny. litxl mid •Ith Sunday »: Preiu-hing Services, I i a.m. NUMHKK NINi: WAI'TISV CHUKCH Huwar<l II. King, pastor Snmtny School, 9:45 :un. Morning Worship. 11 Training Union, 7 p.m. livening Worship, a p.m Wednesday, Prayer Meelin;!, 8 pm. CAI.VAKY RAf TIHT < IH III II llitli .imt <.'hlfk:i»<.wli.i I', II. JeriiijTuu, pastor Suiuluy School, 9:45 «,m. Muininv Worship, 11 a in. 11. T. U., U:4fl p.m. Kvcnliu: Worship, 'I p.m. _^ Pniyvr Mectlnu, 7:at) p. in,.--'' Choir IK'huiiisal, U.'IO, pifri. IIKSI' CMKIBTIAN CHURCH Bible School, 9:45 p.m. Mornijiu Worship, 10:90 a.m. Evening Training f'jv nil ago liroup.s. 0:30 p.m. . • KvohhiK Worslilp, 7:'IO p.m. KIKST PKKSHVTKKIAN CHURCH Harvey T. Kldd, pufclor Sunday School^ 9:45 ii.m. Morning Worship, tl a.m. Young People,'G:'JO p.m. tevenliiB Service, 1:30 p.m. CIIUKCJI OP THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Hiiv. B, Kraiici* MeOA'IU, p.islur Itrv. Paul Hujitrtkl, ijillsluul pasto, Sunday Mussep, V;3l) mid 1C;UO a.m. Weekday Masses, 8 p.m. CHURCH N2WS •jonlilnp. lutilng torture from Crotch i il'nirUus. Foot itch [Athlpte's Foot). liar's Itch I'itciviy itch. Illneworm. il-.-vann ol ttie Scalp and other itching 13 fungus Infections Is relieved at T an ctuilavt. wjtb RpcrlaJly prepared. 'ii'tTir Kuiiilcssc. A Hfi-jirf; clean Vp or."in .j*jl iv n n?iniat-plouist. First ^ <:li;rci to plr^a.'c sent prepaid, nOTIIUOCK. DRUG CO. Caruthersville Schools Get Approved Ratings CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo., Ma: 30. — Paul L. Homer, secretmy o the Caruthersville Bonrd of Bduca tion. has been advised by II. Pn Wnrdlmv, Director or Sccondnr; Education or the Slate Depnrtmen that Caruthersville schools hav been again listed on the npiirova list. The white school Is rated first- class with 32T, units of credit approved, and received seven specific commendations, nnd principals of both grade and high school. J. E. Brown and Redman Dunham, respectively, were also commended. The Washington colored school was comlimentcd for Its proposed building expansion program, and the current cnrricuiar program was also accorded meritorious'commen- dation. Qualifies as Mechanic Pic. Cillifi Hendon, son of Mr. ant". Mrs, Charles L. Hendon of Routo 1. Blytheville, has l>een graduated from an Air Training Command's airplane mechanics training course at Keeslcr Field, Miss.. Ihe Army announced loday. Northeastern Arizona has a natural bridge formed from a petti- lied tree. TEMPLE T.SUAEI. Mr. Alfred Vise. Italilil Servii-es nn Sjici'liil Aimmim'friwnt CHRISTIAN 'SCIRNCK SERVICES Woman's Ciulilumsu, 141(1 \V. Muln "Ancient and modern necromancy, alias mnsmerism and hypnotism, denounced" is the subject of the Lesson-SDrmoii which will Ix; read in all IChiirches and Societies of the Church of Christ. Scientist, Sunday. The Qoldon Text Is: "Gel thcc hence. Satiui; for It is written, Thou shall worship, the Lord thy God. and him only slmll thou "serve." Miitthew 4-10. FIRST BAI'TIST CHURCH K. C. Brown, pustoT- Sunday School. 9:40 am. Morning.Worship. 10:r.O a.m. Sorinon: "Mnklnic Light of Ihu .ISlrir- nnl," pnstor. Special music, Anthnm •The 1'nblican" with C.irroll and Alvin Huitmnn Jr.. solot.its Training Union, 7 '• '! Eventnjs Worslilp. 8 ;i.ti>. Sennoli: "All-sufficient Christ." pirls' (ijisr- tette, Wltlngcnc Daws: Mnciri Mayes, Billy Jane R-idgei-, nnd Knthcrine Westbrool;, will sjluj!. •k Buying From Us! * Selling To Us! §You Profit More Whether You Want to Buy or Sell Because We Pl^fit Less ... On Each Car we Handle! We Satisfy Or No Deal! POOLE MOTOR COMPANY ELLIS POOLE, Owner and Operator (Successor to Holly Motor Co.) Stccfc, Mo. Phone 49 Listen to Showers of Blessings Over KLCN Tomorrow Morning at 8:30 a.m.. Sponsored by Church of The N;ix;trcne BUILD TERMITES OUT with > READY-MIXED ANNOUNCING Classes in Piano Minnie Lee Jones, Studio Reasonable Rates Enroll Now Phono 2994 or Write Miss Jones • 807 Chickasawba Blytheville, Ark. Your new home can be made rcr- initc-proof ami structurally modern by building foundations, floors and porches of concrete. Ready-Mixed Concrete helps contractors 'lo a top <]ualiiy job. The "mix" is accurately proportioned for the use intended by cx- ptrc concrete men . , . every text uniform in strength, density ami reliability . . . delivered exactly where and when you want Iu !•? ui put you In touch whh rajl- • bl« contractors who can gtv* you u 0">^"J It-r.'.i mi savo you "HUGHES & Company "Ready Mix Concrete' Building Materials South 10th St. Phone 3531 FIRST MKTIIOniST CIIUKCII Allen I). Stewart, pastor Church School. 0:45 n.n:. Worship Service, 10:SO a.m. J. Albert Gatlln. district nip^lnlcncicnt. will speak. Senior Youth Fellowship, 0'3D p.m. Intermediate Youth Fellowship. I'lKST CIIUKCII OF Till; NA7.ARKNK D.inlcl St:ilT«r<ls, puslnr Sundny School, !):•!!>, Mnrnlii|> W;irslili>. 11 ob- iCMviune of Ixjiil's Snpiior. Scniiun: "FnlUi K.xpix'sscd In Hie Siici'imumt." Yoiini! Pcoiilc's MfL'lini!, VMS p.m. KvL'nini; \Voi'sht|), (I ,i,m. ^^\ l c3lK'K^llly pmyer suvvlcc, 7::iO l).in. l-'l-AT I.AKK' J ( IIUHCH lluy I,. Mcl.fster, tnislur l;,l, :)i'd and 5th Sim.liiys: Pi'enchini! .Services, !)::i(j n.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. '.!nd and 4th Bmulavs- Sunclny School, lo n.m CHUBCH Or CBKIST K. W, SUT»n, fuior Sunday School, »:50 ».m. Worship Scrviee, loj» »jn Bible Study, 8.45 pAT '' KvetiUiK Service;;! um. LILLY Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship, 1C:S5 a.m. Training Union, 7 iini, Evening Worshjp, a fjn- DR. MII.TON B. WKHB Oplomrtrint i:m BIytheVille, Ark. prefects crops from cultivation damage C'HDKCII \Vuhuil anil Sivlli Hobert Jaftjji'r, puslnr Svindny school, 10 Worship Service, II a.m. TUESDAY Sumluy School Tenchci's' N! "B, 7 p.m. Acliill Hlblo Olnss, 1:V> p.m. IMMiVNUEL BAPTIST CllilUCll A. .M. llim.stun, ii:uliu< Suiiilny Bcliuol, 10 n.m. Suiulny School. 10 ' • Plaster • Stucco • Concrete Phone 2028 SPECIAL! FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY Washed, Rinsed 3 Times And Damp Dried One Large Throw Rug One Large Blanket 2 1 Chenille Bedspread 25f THE WASHERETTE SELF-SERVICE, AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY Crosstown Main at Division mmm?^7 ^-•^- / - ?- • PROTECTS YOUNG PLANTS • SMOTHERS SMALL WEEDS • INCREASES ACRE YIELD The only porforiittcl»1. Fin any \Me model tr.icior ctilliv.nor. S]^cci] nf ir.icior governs aniuiini of did ^oin>; iluuu£li lioles. y'/i" cttiiMiuc \\ lien riMin^ on nround. GIIJII] *1uct nttt perJi)it tuinpi or nilittish to gel nc-.xr t'ljriu. Civtt Tisccr, lictii-T culiiv^iinn . 0^ foni. ^io;.ii^c>, cotton, u»iuioci, C*bbjgi', lokiactt), toy lican*. Carl Wallace Bob Smith '61' Implement Co. No. Highway <il Phone 2\-\? All of Your Life Insurance Meeds General American Life Ins. Co. E. H. FORD, District Manager Lynch Bid),', Husiness Phone 2831 Res. ttlSS SPECIAL CIGARETTES All Popular Brands Per Carton $135 Fowlston School of Music Is Offering , M Special Summer Classes PIANO - ORGAN - VOICE Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston, B. A., S. M. M. Term stnrla June 2nd thfouKh August 31, 1947 A Hpecinl price for the three months term in piano is being offciwl. For information, call or write • 809 Chickasawba Phone 2049 ',*• GATEWOOD GROCERY Phone 975 jj Ark.-Mo. State Line S on the left at the Arch Gillette or Hood 12 95 I'I us Tav Skelko or Southern 13 50 SHELLY Regular and Ethyl Gas at Missouri Prices Open 24 Hours Daily We Will Appreciate Your Gas Business ALLEN'S SERVICE STATION Ark-Mo State Line M Ft, Pi. 7 Crown 1.35 2.65 Calvert . ; . . 1.35 2.65 Schenley 1.35 2.65 Cream of Kentucky "1.35 2.65 Three Feathers 1.35 265 Hill & Hill *'. 1.40 2.75 Old Taylor . . . 4.35 Four Roses 2.85 4.15 4.15 4.15 4.15 4.15 4.40 6-90 4.SO 5% B ccr pc f Case $3.35 GAS, reg. 17.9c; . . Etjiy! 19.9c Cigarettes ' per carton $1.55 "For Work Done Right" CALL 474-475 Cold Storage for Furs and Woo/ens NU-WA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 •The OM G. O.POETZ PETROLKUM PROnUCTS

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