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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 1, 1952
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MAY 1, 1952 of Cit Sckoofi Behind the Blackboard »J *UTH LEC (Schfttl C»rre»»on4ent) Civics students of Perry Darby at Blytheviile High arc concluding this week a vocational unit entitled "Finding Your Life's Work" after approximately three weeks of study under the direction of Miss Effie Lee Terrell, counsellor for the high school. Miss Monta Hughes' eivics students completed the unit during the first six weeks of the current semester. As a first step In the unit of study. Miss Terrell gave each child a vocational test io assist him in getting an organized Idea about his own vocational and recreational Interests. The results of these tests, were used as the bases of personal rsearch by the children. ' These students saw two films this wtek— "Finding Your Life's Work" and "Your Aptitudes and Vocations." Miss Terrell conducts each year this special study In all the freshman civics classes. A!l members of the Blythevilie Hieh Hand were in Hot Springs! lost Thursday and Friday to nt- ! tend the state band fnMivjjl. Banrtj director Robert Lipscomb and Rob-! crt McGrnw. both of the senior j hi2h faculty, and Miss Connie' Parker, Junior Hieh English teach- i er. accompanied the children [>n the trip. Numerous hand parents also went along as chaperones. A ?roup of five vocational ai-ri- )culture boys took the stage of the BHS auditorium April 22 to present lo assembly program Illustrating (he .10 parliamentary procedure laws. Sponsored by "the hi-h school Future Farmers of America group, the program »as "it-en ov Billy Nelson, Hugh Hopper, Bobby Jackson. Norman Br.itcher and Billv Michael. Tlie boys also presented Martha Nichols, their representative for FFA queen, an TT\ Jacket. The program \vas presented under the supervision of Freeman Robinson, director of the azricul- ture program in the high school. High school students will have Ml opportunity to see an original play by one of their own class members next Thursday morning when the writer's club presents Oranville Cooley's "For the Love of Mike." a one-act play In three scenes. The cast, will feature Juanita Overman, who had an important role in the Masque and Gavel club's performance of "A Murder Has Been Arranged" earlier this spring —' also a part In one of the senior pays; and Pat McGregor, who participated in the production of "Rock Dust," also one of the senior plays. Taking the masculine rotes will be Tommy Harrison and Waelon Powell. Oranvile Is directing his play, and Charles Kinningham IE working on the set. and senior plays: Mary Lou Sawyers, ,*'ho has been seen often this vear on the hich school stage, recently In the senior plays: Billie Hard in' who plays the role of the maid In Oranville's play: Mary .Ann Hobeson who was student director for "The Pest Guest", one of the Mrs. . Marie Moore's "Tigers" came out the winners In the recent basketball intranmrals for girls .Captain Jackie Burfeson. Demctra Ci-cwa, Mavis Clampiu, Marjie Simmons, Samms'e Coleman, Martha AycocJc. Martha Deer, Charline Bridgewnter, Virginia Tlllman. and Shirley Burns made up the winning team. Basketball captains for the other homerooms were as follows: Marilynn Meadows (101); Prances Rose and Dorothy Langley 1201); Betty Hinjon (1051; Pegjy Allison (203); Marilyn Dougherty (103); Jean Shelton (2081: Jean Phillips (library); Sue Keeling (307); Joyce Boolcs <3C!»: Betty Jean Northcutt <302>: Pcg?y Taylor (3011; Anna Mse Greer (308). The name of Betty Johnson ^hou.'d have appeared in the of honorable mention student* named last week in connection with the honor roll, the high. school office has announced. Warren McClure and Ralph Walil were the principals In a presentation of Poc's "The Tell-Tale Heart" Wednesday afternoon when the high school speech class 'gave its final radio show over KLC.N in the "I Know a Poe Story." series. Juanita Overman a'iici War-Ion Powell were heard the preceding Wednesday in avotlier Poe sfry" "Lygea." Mack Koonce was announcer for both broadcasts. Climaxing a study of Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar" in Miss Elolse Hindman's second period sophomore English class last week- was a "panel of experts which conducted a quiz on the play. Charles Ray Hall. MC 'for the activity. Patsy Caldwell, Charles Goforth. Fred Gore, Ann Kcliick. Bonnie Sue Poff. George Stanfleld. Ua- verne Katley. and Jerry Strickland took part in the quiz. Helping with the hundreds of errands and otid jobs about the high school principal's office is a group of six students who assist the two office secretaries. They are seniors Joan Fulgham and Peggy Allison, juniors Calvin Czcschin and Ernestine Holt, and sophomores Bonnie Henson and Bob Children. Approximately 50 Future Farmers of America members from the hieh school attended a. district FPA meetina at Arkansas Stale last (ARK.) COUKIER bra! Mae Spice your wardrobe with Laura Mas Life Blouse in plaid ginghom AdcJ new |i!e to your wordrobe of sepo. rotes with a l ouro /W oe tif e eof(or) p | oid blouse. Smartly styled lo synchronize wilh your.pel A\ rli , su ;, s Or sfo - cfes They ore precmor, lailored-made exlro long lo prevent riding up-onj wosh |H e o honlcyl Sonlorized giogSam ploid-red, green or blue predorainoling. Sizes 32 lo 38 "Amerko'f Greolejf Blouse Value" Mail ond Phon. Orrfen Filled Clara's Shop •tr.i ... .. " Btytherilte, Ark. 419 W. Main Phone 8915 Rotointon . panted th* boys to Jonesbwo • « • Ben Borowsky. who received his diploma from Blytheviile High last May. will be among 2000 University of Illinois students who will receive recognition from that university at the annual Honors Day Convocation May 3. The announcement was made by principal of the high school, vv D Tommey, who stated that Ben is among those students ranking In the upper 10 per cent of the freshman class at the University of "ll- linois. Ben ranked third In last years BHS graduating class. Number Nine Xe»s Nurnber Nine children with perfect attendance for the eighth month of school are: first grade- Shirley Emery, Larry Joe Fisher, Jerry French; second grade—Barbara Evans, Patsy Sue Reed. Jimmy Caldwell. Thomas Hart; third grade —nanny French. Paulette Odom; fourth grade—Betty Gail Coats; fifth grade—Patsy Julian. Ruby Evans; sixth .grade—Thomas Kirk, Nancy Odom. A group of boys and girls from the third and fourth grades sent In original drawings and ink blot pictures to "Children's Activities" magazine last month. Thomas Jones' iz;k blot picture entitled "Peddles" was chosen and published on Page 34 in the May issue of that maaazine. The publisher sent him a copy of the May issue. Thomas i-s in the fourth grade. Rs.vford Whittle, third grader, u^ed a cardboard box and a sheet of orange wrapping paper to make a realistic typewriter after a riis- NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Cenler" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sal. & Sun. Phone • 58 LAST TIMES TODAY "STEEL TOWN" Ann Sheridan John Lund FRIDAY "HELL'S GATEWAY" SATURDAY "COLORADO SUNDOWN" Rex Allen on the convenient* ind convenience and time-saving aspects of using a typewriter. The fourth grade science class ts studying a unit on tree* as presented In their science readers. They are malting a large booklet of original drawings of trees. They are using some material sent to them by Mrs. E. F. Pry, principal of Sudbury. Boys and Girls' Week Is being observed by all grades at Number Nine School. The first four grades will stress citizenship by class discussions, and reading of stories. plays and poems. The third .fourth, fifth and sixth grades are studying a booklet on "This Is America." and learning the Preamble to the Constitution. All grades are preparing contrl- butioiui to the closing day program which will be held in connection with the final 4-H club progrpm, Wednesday afternoon, May 14. at 2 o'clock, the faculty has announced. Junior High Notes Earl Nail, Junior High principal, will spend the greater part of the summer at Ft. Slocum in New Rochelle. N.Y., where he will take an "Information and Education Officer pourse." During World War If, Mr. Nail spent, three years in the U.S. Air Force, six months of that, time overseas as a gunner on n B-24. He completed 50 missions over Europe, and was discharged in September. 1015. wilh the rank of staff sergeant. On his return home, the junior high principal will stop RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. LAST TIMES TODAY "COPPER CANYON" Hcdy l,aMarr, Ray Millahd <S MacUonald Carev FRIDAY "ST. BENNY THE DIP" Dick Haynies • Nina Foch SATURDAY "BADMEN OF TOMBSTONE' Harry Sullivan . r.n GOT Death from natural causej k not understood by many primitive peoples. A person who dies without being wounded IB considered lo be the victim of sorcerers and evil spirit. Natives of Africa blame "natural" deaths on the magician* of some hostile tribe or the malicious act of a neighbor, whose "guilt" ts established by appealing to a locsl diviner or by torlurlng someone Into confession. f in Washington for a week of sightseeing. In the meantime, all eighth anrt ninth grade students and Inculiy members are planning a picnic al Walker Park this Friday afternoon from 12 until 2 o'clock,'the principal announces. .FIVE Personal To Women WitK Nagging Backache AKrnrAcAcf.aMo p*i>*n«n*rir, headache* anddinmoM may be due to slowdown of kidnty function. Doctors nay good kidn*jr fu act ton (* very JmporUnt to eood health. When »o me everyday condition. such as Mrcu »nd »lrsfn, CRUSC* thli impoj-uni /ivnctfrjri (odour dawn, many lollt a Buffer nar* irintt tjickachfr-feel mi»eribl«. Minor bladder irritAlionndue lo cold or w ro n IT <i i>l may cam* getting up nichla or froauentiia*»ascs Don't neglect your kidney* if these con^i- UOTI» briber you. Try IVian'B Pills-* miH duirohc. Usrri successfully tip milllnna f ftr ov*r5D years. It'iamaiinir ho« /nsny tlmea Uoarx i givehapiiy relict from the,-* <]i*?oin- toria-help Ihel 5 mfk-spf kidney lube* »nr] filters flii»h out waM«. 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