The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 21, 1947 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, JUNE 21-, |<VI7 New School Pos! Lcachville Educator Resigns and Board Seeks Superinfcndenf BLYTHRVItf-E (ARK.) CdURIKU NEWS Loyal V. Norman, superintendent of schools u( J.eaclivilV, has jsv^i?ncd xo accept •;!•<• supiTlnlcn-1 ~, ^ '•>{ schools in i-v.'.'cs. il war. 'lisiWn! i.l:is «wk uul •nr-ml>ers of the I.-.;u.-hvillc fooaid ar- :;ct>kinsj to fill the i-aciincy cannoi 1 by hi.; Mi 1 . Monn.-m holds :>. bachelor's decree from Arkansas A. ami >o. ColliMje. and a master's d'.inve -"coin Oklalloma A. and M. The school recently ended on? of its mosl suveessful ti-rnis with M in I lie g;radu:ilin:i r:l:i:v;. Kchool olficials yesterday -ailed attention to :-rveral awards to Lenclivir. > pupils wliHi lind not been previously announced. Tht'KC include throe uicduls to .lames ilollinsi-ed, a '-.inlnr. oinl vcloran of tiirer 1 y.Mis in tlie Navy. It; 1 was presrnlcd medals for excellency in .shorthand, and Kn'j.- 1KI>, and tlie junior scholarship av.-ard. The pri'.senta'ion -.vas made: l>y Gale Rollers, li;:'h School principal. llollinser.d served as president or the junior class last year and his wife, the former Miss Dorothy Kill of Leacliville, -.v.is v'.ce-pres'- rtenl. American legion Commander r.illy SUvd presented i!ie American I.?i;ion mvards to Gladys Phillips and Paul SlattOri. Tin- Ainef- iean Li-gion makes tin.; presentation each year lo In • ontstandini; all around boy and \;--\ senior. Jerry Hancock won the scholarship medal for the senior class Ijfcicock «'Oin;)lL 1 t«l the four-jcai ll^;h school course in three years ajud \vas active in the Future I'iitsy Ann Finch won hoih (he music medal and the history mortal. Tommy Welch, recently returned from service in the Navy, was awarded the cUizon:,li:-> mr>d:il. Welch slnrrcd on ll;c Leacliville Russians Walk Out in Protest Of UN Procedure LAKE SUCCESS, N. Y.. June 21. (Ul>)—Russia's delegation to the united Nations military sl'.iir ecnmiitlee walked out jf n secret session yesterday after protestiii!; lli«' the committee.which is planning I he UN's intornsillonal pollen lorce. wus following illegal jivncednic. The Sovicl withili i\v:\) appeared lo be a U'lnporary one. provoked :>nly by n particular procedural Mint on which tli? United States, liritaln, France and China cvir- rule'cl the Russian viewpoint. The walkout came during p secret session called hastily today when the UN SeciHly council put ;oine questions to the Bin Fivn military group about, its interpretation of a dispiir,- provision in the preliminary report on plans for a UN police force Earlier the Coir.icil today d«- featetl a Soviet, attempt 10 block debate on selectijn o| a governor for Trieste—a niissi.lil mn:ie\ivcr which was ln.t<!vpi-t>i«l ns nil ef- foi( to .set .1 possibli! precedent against UN lonsitie.T.t.ion of the .situation in /P.IMF;?!;/. CHURCK NEWS FIRST 1'UESBYTEKIAN CHllKCll llurvey V. Kldfl. pastor Sinuluy School, 'J:45 ft.in. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. IAKK STKKKT ME'IIIOK1ST CIIUKCII II. II. Bkvlns, pnstor . Church School, 9:53 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 run. Tlsc iMorning Worship. 10:53 a.m. 'Mclhoclisl Yontli I'Vllowshlii. C:Cfl p.m. Evening WorsJilp, 7:^0 p.m. Prayer Meeting. Wod. 1 p.m. CHURCH NEWS— IA 1ST. STFI'IIICN'S KI'ISCOI'AI, CIIUtiCH William J. KlizlniRh Third Suiidav after Trinity. Church School, 9:45 n.m. Eveninj! Prayer, 7:30 p.m. i iiisr cHi'ucit OF TIII-: NA/.AKKNK .. .. Uanlel Stufford. pastor .. Sunday School, 9]-10 a.m. Monthly Worship. 11 a.m. • Young I'eople's Mretlne, V'15 p.m. Kveninsj Worship. 8 i) m, Wedne.sdny . prayer sir.-\'ici v , ^'JO p.m. ('.IIA'AKY KPISCOI'Al, CIIIIKCII O»'euU, Ark. Wllllum J. KltthiiKh Third Sunday niter Trinity. Morning Prayer. 11:CO u.m. I'll.C.KIM LUTHERAN Wulnul ami Sivlh Itttbtrl JaPKe^i "islo Sunday School, 10 run. Worship Service, 11 a.m. TUESDAY Sundny School Teachers' Mert- K, 7 p.m. Adult Bible Class, 7:« p.m. President is Invited To Visit in Brazil WASHINGTON, June 21. iUP> — President Truman \vas invited yesterday to visit Brazil, and he'said he hoped he would be able to make (he trip. Brazilian Ambassador Carlos Marlins called at the Whlln House to extend tlie invitation. He said Mr. Tinman promised to make definite plans for the trip as soon as possible, although no date could be set now. FIRST jir.rTiST cmmcii K, C. Bro\vll, pastor Sunday School. fl:40 a.m. Morning Worship. 10:. r iO .1.111. Trnininn Union. 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship, B:00 pin. CIIVICCll OI-' THK li1f!HACI!C,ATK CONCKPTION Kev. H. Frunris MuDiyt'ilt, ]i:is(nr ltd. 1'atll I)uj;\r.ski. assisdint |iaytur Sunday Masses, 7 und 10 a.m. Weekday Masses, 8 p.m. Announcing 'S ELECTRIC SHOP • House Wiring • Form Wiring ® Repairs Phcsne 2397 MO Niirlli Sill Street % Bob Powell T. W. 'Hop' Neil All Work Guaranteed • Your lousiness Appreciated Spring Crop of Pigs Tops Figures for 1946 WASHINGTON. June 21. (UP) -The Agriculture Department estimated today the Spring pig crop nt 53.151.000 head, approximately oil'! per cent higher tlian the Spring crop of 1940. The 194G Spring pig crop was 52.3B2.COD head. The 1935-45 average was 51,871.000. Compared with 1946. the North Atlantic region, the West North Central and the South Atlantic Regions all were up four per cent. The East North Central states showed a decrease of one per cent. HID South Central States two per cent, and the Western states six per cent. FIII.I, GOSI'KI, TAKRI'tN'ACI.K I). It. Harmon, pastor Sunday School. 9:45 n.m. Morniiif; Worship. II n.m. Younij People. 6:H. r > p.m. Evening Worship. 7:30 p.m. GATEWAY It. O. Borah, pastor Church Service. fl:4[j n m. Evening Worship. 7:.'» p.m Church Service. Wednesday inul Friday. 7:30 p.m. ASSEMBLY OF CiOIl C1IUKC1I !•. C. Kamsey, pustor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship,' 11 a.m. Christ Ambassador services. G:'JO p.m. Children's Church. 0:30 p.m. Evangelistic Services, 7:30 p.m. IMMANHKli BAPTIST CIHIltClI A. Al. Houston, pastor Sundny School. 10 i.m Morning Worshl]). 11 n m Training Union. 7 p.m. Evening Service. 7:30 p.m, Wednesday nluht pi-ayer .service 7 p.m. i.II.I.Y HTKEET BAI'TIKT <:ilArisl 1). R. Itleilsoe, luisd.r Sunday Schuol. 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship, ]0:fio a.m. Tfainint; Union, 7 ,i.m. liveulnu Worship, !! p.m. PAGE THEEK I'lltST M Allen 1). Stewart, ]>:islor C'lniich School, !):•![> a.m. Worship Service. 10:00 u.m. Keillor Youth K'llowsiiip, G:HO i> in I'llcniH'diate Youth Fellowslilp. 6'M pin. Worship \Seivlee. '1:10 pin. .\i'MKi-:i( MM: MAI'TIST • niiiitcit )low;ii-tl II. KliiB, pastor Kmtilny School, S)1-I5 :i.lll. Mumlni! Worship, II ii.in. 'I'latnlnn Union, 7 ;>.ui. Kvi'iilnij \Vuvslil|i, a 1'in Wciincsiluj 1 , I'raycr Mci'llii' inn. n.AT I,,IKK cmmcii ttity 1,. Mcl.rsUl, |Klslor 1st, 3rd niul 5lli Huntln ya: l'ri':u:htllii Services, !):HO n.nl. Numluy School. 10 a.m. -'iHt mid .(Hi Sumliivs- Sunday School. 10 a.m. I'llOMIKI'.I) I.ANI) MKTHODlS'r CIIDIMMI Hay L. Mel.esler, pastor Isl. '.h(\ mid 5th I'lYat'liitiK KM vices. 11 a.m. Sunday Kchool every Kundny, II 11 in. '.'nil and -Hli Sundays' I'icacliini: Kinvicrs; 'I p.in CIIKISTIAN SriKXCK SKKVICIIS Woman's Clubhouse. 1410 \V. Main. "Is the universe!, incliulhur nifl'i, evolved by utoinic force-?" Is the .subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be rend in nil Churches ami Societies of the' Church of Christ, Scientist Sunday. The Golden Text is: "Thou. Lord, in the beginning 'bast Inl'.l the foundation of Hit* cnrtli; niiil the heavens are the works of thine hiimls." Hebrews 1:10. I'lKS'l' C1IU1ST1AN ('llllltdl 1 K. S. Itaird, imsl.ir IHIile School, !1:-I5 11.111. Mornini; Worshl]!, Ul:fn) u.in, ]-:venini; 'I'nilnliii; Uroups, U::i(l p.m. l-'venlnu \\ r orshlp. 7:'IO p.m. rncKC'ii OK <-iii'IST K. W. Slnvnll. Runtliiy School, 9:5t) a.m. Worstilij SeL•^'lee. I0::>0 a,in Mlhle .Study. 6:-l5 p.m. KvenliiB Service, H Din. YAltlIKO MKTIIODlSr Clh.ltCll Kay 1.. Mel.cslfr, paslur l.st, 3rd and Mh Sutidcy. 1 ;' I'lTnt'lilUK Services, ":;i(i pin •Sunday .ychoolj ID a in v eve-vy Suiuhiy. nd niul 'Kli Snnda/i: 'rcncliliiK Hci-viccs, 11 u.in. CAI.VAKV IIAPTIST r lUlh niul Chlt-ldiSi'AYli.i r. II. .IcrnlKLtn, jiaslor Sunday fck-liool, !t:4fi a m. Morning Worship. M 11 in. 11. T. U., tt'Aa p.m. Kvt'niiiK Worship, 'I p. in 1'rayer Meotinu, 'C'.tO pin Choir lii'liiwsiil, II 1 , 0 p. it,. WANTED: Young Man for Bookkeeping Position with Nationally Known Firm Located in Bly- thcville. Opportunity for Advancement. Write Box A, Care COURSER NEWS CO. basketball team prior to entering the service and was also outstanding last year. Mary Phillips was pro.icnti'd with the commercial mcdll for her r.c- hievcmcnts in typing, bookkeeping and .shorthanc;. • Kloncla Croom also received double honors as she won recognition in home economics anrl science. Betty Jean .Fish wis :trtiudRcd o.ntslandimj student in dramatic- al! for hc r work in the senior play. Other awards inclMded: Benny Melheny, ninth grade icholni- sliip; Donald Smith, tentn grade scholarship anil mnthzmittlcs; qene ! Davis, agriculture nn<l student council; Jo Ann Hithbanl, eheer leader; Charles Garnor, science; Jimmy Hacketl, typing: Kathlec:'. Westmorlnn, vocational; Jeanne Kisner, essay. Jnmc.s Hollinsced ,vas valcdictor- iiin and Betty Medlin, Eiilutator- iaii. nURDETTE CHDItCH OF OO1> K. E. Sliaw. pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. 'Morning Worshi]>, 11 a.m. Youth Service, 7 p.m. Evening Service, 8 p.m. TEMI'LE ISKAEL Dr. Alfred Vise, Uakbi Services on special announcements. Listen to Showers of Bfessihqs . Over KLCN Tomorrow Morning at 8:30 a.m. Sponsored by Church of The Nn/nrcne HO*' TWSENT/REROQM ...is COOLER* GOFF HOTEL COFFEE SHOP — MENU — FOR SUNDAY DJNNER leaked Young lion & Dressing Cranberry Sauce 1'Yiuil Spring Clliickcn oi ('ream (li'iivy Hi-oilod Minute Steak with 1-Uitlev Sunrt 1 . VEGETABLES Snow Fluke Pohitocs I'ride of IllinoiH Coni Frcflh Hume Grown Beans Cninliod Yams Fruit, Snljul DESSERT Pic River Sand and Gravel Delivered to You Call The New Chef Lucius Vossar Mrs. Joe Cagle in Charge Speeds work— saves money — helps farmers get quality work • Prompt delivery. • Concrete delivered to nny job which is accessible lo our truclts. • "Mix" accurately proportioned for your job. • Full Rtrengtb, reliability HIH! uniformity In every load. • Let us quoto you on tbia economical way to build. If yon need help we can put you in touch with competent contractors. HUGHES & Company "Ready Mix Concrete" Building Materials South 10th St. Phone 3531 -A NEW KIND OF Sk-^"•"W^ir "V ' EUREKfl Never has there been on iron like this! It's a miracle. An electric iron without a cord. An electric, iron wlh automatic heat control. An electric iron you can "forget" without fear of starting a (ire! No dangling cord to tangle and pull. This iron gives you complete ironing freedom. The cord's attached lo the safely liasc, giving you free movement of the iron all over the i>oar<!. No cord wear, no plug hrcnkage. Yon can iron with either haiiil. It's a time-euvcr, a Unipcr- saver, a work-saver. LltGIKlC Only Only Air-Flight Circulators have the patented, magic-like louvcr-ringi that control the even flow of C(X)ling air throughout the ro^nm. Come in, or phone order— today. Authorized Air-Flight Detler Completely Fire-Safe! There is no electric current in the F.nrcfcn cordless ;ron itself when it is off the safety liasc. The Magic Watchman in llie safety base, turns current on ami off so that iron cannot overheat, even when left iinaUfn,k<! on the huge. Only when tire iron is on in the safety base and only when the. Magic Watchman releases electricity is tlicrc current in the iron. 'Automatic" Heat Contra!! This miracle iron gives you really acrnralc heat control. The dial is oil the safely base. Simply dial desired tcni|M:ra- turc which is maintained tlironghoiit the ironing |>crio<i. The new Kurcka cordless electric iron is lightweight mid Rcien- lifically balanced to cut ironing fatigue. No hearing flown on fabric* This iron does the work for you. No other iron at price can give you all these advantages Sold and Guaranteed by DON EDWARDS "If it's office supplies, we hare it" Phone 3382 1 18 N. 2nd St. BLYTHEVILLE SALES CO. 138 E. Main "Largest in the South" Located Highway 18 W. Blythcvillc, Ark. SPECIAL JULY 4 COIEY STOLTZ And His Band Dancing-9'till Make Reservations at the Club E. 6. 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