The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 5, 1947 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1947 Teacher Learns From Her Pupils School Marm Suggests Parents, Too, Need Lessons From Junior , . .^'•*' ilt ' ri: ,^ x :;0. June 5. The lime lia s lor junior to take fallicr in I "ml leli him about the birds »e bees, Hie nation's No. i Jfl teacher said today. Miss Aline Ncal, Jackson. Miss., iclecled by a group of educators «s the "best teache.r of 1047," said IIIM the cloakroom gossip sli e nns heard m the past 21 years had convinced her that many youngsters of today know more about the facts of life Ilian their parents. "It's simply amazing," she said. ''I »'ish 1 knew as much as they Miss Ne.-ti said it wasn't sui-pris- niy that youngsters know more a- jonl lllc iJian they did whc.'n,she organ teaching scliool. "They get it from movies and magazines, and jusl aboul everyone lalks abouf Ihose tilings openly today," slie said. "The children listen and compare notes and soon they know all there is to know." She said she never hears voting-' stcr.s talk aboul the "stork" or "cabbaue leaves" any mote. They just, come right out and announce that "Mother's going t o have a baby." "Hut then, children today arc more sophisticated all-around than they used to be," she said. "They are better students and are more interested in things. They know a lot aliout airplane motors and other things, ns well as the ln«-'s of life." Miss Ncal said there is much more to be interested in than tliere Vj* 24 years ago, but she allrlbul- cwthe Hi-owing sophistication of t-ii'jrtrcn largely to the Increased 'nfl^'cndence they have received as the result, of the automobile, the radio, movies and magazine serials. Children arc thrown more on their own than thcy^used to be. sVie said. As a result, parental intMiencc is on the wane. ' "The youngster's store of knowledge is astounding," , s he said, "arid (hc.ir increased sophisticai;cj:i probably is a desirable thing — to a certain extent. "I guess Ihc children would be a bit strange if they weren't sophisticated today." — Yarbro Teacher and Pupil Win Recognition in National Contest Millie Ann Mallory, student lit .Yaibro School, wrote one ot the SCO letters chosen from 33,000 entries in the "Best Teacher" contest sponsored by the Quiz Kids radio broadcast. The teacher about whom Millie Ann wrote was Miss Minnie Poster principal of Yarbro Scliool The subject, of her letter was "The Teacher Who >Ha s Helped Me Most" and wit s chosen as one of tlie btst by Dr. Paul -A. Whilly, professor of education and director of the children's research clinic al the University of Michigan, and Dr. Philip S. Moore, Dean of the Graduate- School al Notre Dame University. The teacher w-lio placed first In the contest and earned the title of ''Best Teacher of 1947" is MUs Aline Ncal. fourth grade teacher In Jackson, Miss. For her letter Millie Ann will receive a $1 p,i zc n, )(J Q U - tt Kin sold key. making her an honorary Quiz Kid. Millie Ann has won letter .writing awards before and in the "Hooks Bring Adventure" con- Mlllle Ann Mallory * * » test .sponsored by Memphis Junior League, «on top nu-nrds. Copt. Gene Hargett To Receive Discharge Ca|it. Gene Wargctt, and Mr:; HarKelt. left today for Randolp Field. Texas, where he will recciv his discharge attcr six years son- ice in the Army Air Corps. A pilot, Captain iHargctt recent! returned to the states after 1 months in Germany. For the pa^ three scars, >hc has piloted a p-4 He anrtiMrs. Hnrgett'rmve been th Sliest 1(K his mother, Mrs. Edn Hires, -nere. Following his discharge, they wil visit Mrs. Harwell's family and plai to make their home in Memphis. Salary Ruling Issued LITTLE ROCK, AK-, June (O.P.)—Attorney Gene:;il Guy F Williams ruled today (hat, th City of Fort Smith an-J 3eb".stiai County arc responsible equally fo the S2.0CO a year naln-.-y of I.IL Fort Smith Municipal Cr.'uri Clerk The ruling was Riven in ai'swe to a letter from County Judge H Strozicr. In another opinion, William:, held that it is legal to lake voters The safe, sure way to gunrd your new home against termite damage is to see ihat foundations, floors and other parts in contact with theearth are built of concrete. READY-MIX CONCRETE , helps your builder Ready-Mixed Concrete is uniform in quality, accurately proportioned to the correct •"mix" for your job. There's no mess to clean up because our trucks dump the concrete neatly into forms. And your builder j;cts the benefit of our bi'x-volumc, efficiency methods. Ask for the names of con-> traces.who can build you a qualivy job at the right price. HUGHES & Company "Ready Mix Concrete" Building Materials South 70th St., U . Phone 3531 Many Pupils Perfect in Attendance Students with perfect attendance records for the past year and the past semester at Blythcvillc High School were announced today following dismissal of classes last week for the Swimmer For the entire term they were Howard -Bailey, Jttaiiita Eberdt, Carroll Evans, Billy Fowler Ruth Freeman, Max Gurley, Patsy Biitlii Haynes, Jimmic Henry, Maxine Hill • Billy James, 'Dorothy Lum iRicliW Lum. Mildred Mendor, Bobby Mul'.en, Ramona .Needhnm Vackic Phillips, Patsy LOU Pope. Thejma «ice. (Howard Robinson, 3oy I. Smith Jr., Betty Jo Sine..;. Martha Traylor, Mary Traylor mid Martha Jane Wallace. Students vriui perfect attendance •Hiring the past semester were Howard Bailey, Thomas Bell Jiaio, Buchanan, J. IB. Hunn. Ina Car-! •vile, Tina Carwile, Donald Cole Joe Neal Davis, Marilyn Dcen, luanita Eberdt, Jacqueline . Estes "Jarroll Evans, miily Fowler,' Ruth' 1 Freeman, Max Gurley. Juunlia Hall j Patsy Ruth 'Haynes. Jimmie Henry Maxine Hill, Billy Jinnes, ,Dorothyl Lnm, Richard Lum. Virginia'Mann. . Gary Mason, Mildred ' Meadov, Charles McDanicl. Margaret Mitch-j •11. Bobby Mullen. Raniona'Ncedhaiii ' Tackie Phillips, patsy Lou FOIK',<. Margie Ramsey, Tbelnia Rice', Howard (Robinson, Mae (Beth Rogers "toy I. Smith Jr., Betty Jo Stiles! Anita Sykes, Elmer Lee Taylor toward Taylor, Martha Traylor'I Mary Traylor, Martha Jane Wai- ace. Bobbie..Sjie; Whlsciihunt. 'Read Courier News''Want Ads. to and from the po'is in school buses if other elect i-i n rorrxii- iiicnU are not violator!. Blythevillc Lad At Boys' State Wins High Office C. O. Krdman Jr.,'r.on of Mr, nod Mrs. C. a. Redman Sir. of Blyllu.- ville. yesterday finished Hie ~ first day of liis "term of office" .is Ciiicf Justice of the American Legion-sponsored Boys State session now underway in the state capi- He was elected Cliiel u nst<;c Tuesday nijjht and look office yes- tcrriay, officiating at the inaiij'ii- ration other states officials In municipal election., in the four "cities" set up at noys State, c. O.! was named niaishall or "Wilson City." Two other Mississippi County hoys were also elected city officials'They are Bobby Dean Reid ot Osceola named collector of "Jefferson City " ami William 'B. Ralph of Jolnn- elected collector of "Lincoln City." In the organization or the llnvs Stale legislature yeslerdny, Benny Johnson, son or Mrs. c. E. Johnson Vocation Bible School to Start ; At First Baptist Vacation Uible School at First Baptist Church win liecln Monday "t 8:33 a.m. (he ]fov. 13. u. nicdsoe, I>rhH'l]>:il, said today. The school win continue through June to. 'Mr-tubers of the faculty will meet for a business session KHday at 2::it) p.m. ,md pupils will ""'•islci' at 3:30 p.m. I hi- same day. Tlie following workers and lliolv departments have been appointed: ^'.•uliinor. Mrs. c. S. Bautctt. sup- •riulcnclent. Mrs. Alvin Iluffniau "'.. Mix. Joyce Ross. Mrs. Sam Williams. 'Mis.s navbura MouaRhixn. Miss Mary joe Hoss; I'riiiiary, Mrs. Jack Wai'iion. Mls s Carolyn' Wiulc, Wr.s, )•;. w. Simmons, Miss nelly Woodsnn, Mrs. Charles Penn anil Mrs. Kirinai) livnntn. Junior. Mrs. Farmer Enqland, su- TinlendPiil. Stinilpy Hood. Mrs. M. C. Outlaw, Miss Elvira Sellers, Mrs. Carl Liiy. Mrs. Carl 'fnle, x 'is. Robert Orlines; Intermediate, Mrs. lib 1 ) Carson. supcrlnUiidcnt; Mrs. Hoy Head, Mrs. R. o. Cash, Mrs. Knill D:nnon. Miss Luna Wll- hclin anil Hill Williams. , or iMvlhrvlllp, W115 named sccretavy or tlie Erenalr. In the stale election race for attorney cencral. Jimmy iteiuy. son ot Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Henry nf BIytlu-vilie, run lint was defeated by Jimmy acinn oj Searcy. K'ected uovcrnor was I'ierce *Ia- Ihcny, son or Mr. und Mrs. M. P. Mnlhcny of E| Dorado. Other state officers elected follow : Lieutenant governor, Dnn Ilender- •son of Lnkc Villauc; secretary or slate. Don Muthis of Helena; auditor. K:il|ih Smith of Hot Sprlnns; an< : . l/uid coinmlsslonei', Pelc Vineyard of Helena. | C.rilfin Hmith. cliier justice of the Arkansas Supreme Court, administered llio oath of office to (he "slate" officials. NOTICE We Close On Wednesday at 12 noon During June, July & August Open each day at 9 a.m. Closing time 5:30 p.m. (except Wednesday and Saturday). The New York Store cm'made fitter. '^.'f / r *r^ A Product oj General Motors in douk-choose aBntiae! If there is any doubt in your mimi about which motor car wou!<i best meet your requirements -we respectfully suggest that you choose a 1'ontiac. Practically everyone who owns a Pont.ac would tell you that it is tlie ideal car lor the average family. Pontiac offers a full measure of all the important things you want, and need, in an automobile. It is big, beautiful, safe and comfortable. It is a constant joy to own am! drive. It is remarkably dependable and lone-lived Yet-despite all this fine-car quality-Pontiac Ti is extremely economical— just about as economical as any car you could buy. These things arc always true of Pontiac-year Sifter year. So regardless of u-bcn you expect to get your next car, choose a 1'ontis.c. We arc • . TWO POINTS TO RKMHMnKK: (;) The «„„„ you «teT// °('W-"'' " "n w ' >r ""'" r > "'^ c " rti " y°« U ,11 get ,1 (>) > „,, „,,// , , i c,,r ,Jyo,, tec,, it i,, liiLtop shape. ' in HENRY J. 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PEASANT SKIRTS the Whirling Dirndl! *• Of crisp midnight Mack rayon livened with whiiu eyclcl. -Sizes 21-30. AU-WHITE OXFORD fci Wonwn'f Moc-Styk Creamy, smooth leather shoe for all •'round summer wear, liubber soles. 4-9. 3.49 ARMY TW1U PANTS Regular :i.!).S—Now . Soiiforizctf'—- won't shrink over Vat-dyed Ian or bine. Sizes 30 I GABARDINE SLACKS A W;tr<! Value 14.95 -I t. l-'or summer smarlncss! '10% wool, 60% rayon. Blue, lirown ami Ian. 29 to '10. JR. BOYS' LONGfES 2.49 Buy INow Sanforized colloil twill (shrinks less than 1%). Navy, brown, tan. 4 to JO. V

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