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BlythevlHe (Ark.) Courier News — Saturday, April t, 1888 — Page flvt BELTING THE BOTTLE—These Gosnell High. School sophomores, (left to right) Billy Mosley,. Gail, Wood and Bobbie Hophler, work on an anti-drinking poster used in a week-long anti-smoking and anttdrinking campaign. The program including staged dramatizations, displays and printed materials distributed to teachers and students. (Courier News Photo) Smoke Thins at Gosnell Students Clear the Air ,'By Gary .Shipley Staff .Writer ''Mary had a cigarette," It was as white as snow. And everywhere that Mary went The pack was sure to go. It came with her to school one day; That made the teacher mad. They made her throw the pack away, Which made Mary very sad. But Mary bought- .another pack, She puffed and puffed away. T wonder what Mary would look like 'If she were here today. So goes a poem that was acted but in a skit by the sophomore class of Gosnell High School in an anti-smoking and anti-drinking campaign, held last week. ; The students"said the campaign primarily was geared to keep non-smokers from starting. The program included distribution of 500 anti-smoking.com- ic books, 1,000 Ipamphjets, 1,000 IN AND AROUND BLYIHEVILLE--* Mr/and Mrs. Billy Connelly are parents of a daughter born March 23 at Doctors Hospital. She has been named Shelia Marie. Grandparents are Mrs. Vada Connelly of BIytheville and Mr. and Mrs. .Robert Lee Liles of Jonesboro.' Mrs. Connelly was honored with a layette shower Friday night in the home, of Mrs. Winfred Burgess. . . Prizes were won" by Mrs. Connelly and Mrs. Flora Mae Sharp. Assorted cookies, coffee and cold drinks were served. Mrs. Loyd Poff of Gosnell was dismissed Friday from Doctors Hospital where she underwent major surgery. Mrs. Lee Hawkins is a patient in Doctors Hospital. Miss Deena Button was dismissed recently from Chickasawba Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Forshee and daughters, Sheila, Janet and Laura of Jonesboro visited Sunday with Mrs. R. E. Forshee and Mrs. Myrtle Lipford of BIytheville and Mrs. Loyd Poff of Gosnell and other relatives. Mrs. Earnest Morrow' of Dell is a patient in St. Joseph Hospital in Memphis where she underwent major surgery. Mrs. -Myrtle Morrow returned home Sunday after a visit with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Morrow at West Memphis. They also visited Mrs. Earnest Morrow at St. Joseph Hospital. Mrs. Bruce Ferguson has moved from Jacksonville, N.C., to BIytheville. C.W. Pulley was in Malesus, Tenn., Sunday visiting his mother; Mrs. Fanny Pulley, who is ill. Mrs. Stella Howard has been dismissed from Doctors Hospital. . Mr. and Mrs. Junior Storey of Helena visited recently with his mother, Mrs. Fronia-Storey. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Seratt of Dogwood attended a birthday dinner in honor of his brother, V.C. Seratt, in Poplar Bluff, Mo., Wednesday. Mrs. Ruby Gardner of Memphis spent Wednesday night with her son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. BUI Gardner. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ashmore and son, Jack Jr., left Monday {or Daytona Beach, Fla., to visit her parents, Dr. and Mrs. P.P. McCutchen. Mr. and Mrs. Weldon McCann visited Monday through Wednesday with his brother, J.C. McCann, and sons in Alexandria, La. , Mrs. Virgie Daniel, Mrs. Edgar Shultz, Dennis Hall and Farrell Shultz visited last week in Lakeland, Fla., with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Shultz and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duvall. Mr. and Mrs. Cabert Oldham and Mr. and Mrs". Jerry Oldham of Joliet, HI, visited over the weekend with Mrs. Cobe Bowers of Dell. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Storey announce the birth of a daughter, Teresa Lynn. They are parents of a son, Chuck. Grandparents are Mrs. Fronia Storey and Mr. and Mrs, John Nolin of BIytheville and Herman Storey of Paragould. Wilson News Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Cummings of North Little Rock are the parents of a new daughter born Saturday night, March 23, at 11:32. She weighed 6 pounds and 7 ounces and- has been named Kiedra Elizabeth.. Paternal grandparents are I Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cummings and Mrs. Cummings is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carr of Wilson. Mrs.-Carr and Mrs. Cummings drove to Little Rock Saturday and Mrs. Carr remained to spend a week. The Cummings have a son, Phil II, who is 2 years old. THE FAMILY FELT AT HOME TOWSON, Md. (AP)-At the Greater Baltimore Medical Center, where every room has a private bath, the young girl patient telephoned for more towels. The nurse, when she entered the room, saw, the patient was in bed and the shower was running. "Who's in there?" she asked. "Oh, that'* Daddy," the gir) .replied. "He's visiting." anti-smoking bookmarks posters: and display s throughout the school and two presentations of skits where poems such as the one above were acted out. The key display was a large jar containing • 7,300 cigarette butts-and an eight - ounce container of liquid tar. Those items represented the total cigarette usage and nicotine - tar accumulation in the lungs over a one -year period for r a smoker who consumes one pack of ^garettes a day. A 20 - minute film entitled "Is Smoking Worth It" was obtained from the American Cancer Society and shown to t h e students. The pamphlets, comic books and bookmarks also were given by the American Cancer Society. Results? Bobbie Hophler, Gail Wood and Billy Mosley, leaders of the campaign, say one boy has stopped smoking a n d another has stopped drinking. They think that the program was a success and that it will help to keep those who don't smoke from starting. < The sophomore sponsors, Mrs. Ward and Mr. Morgan, '. history and art teachers, helped in planning and building posters and directing the project. Why did they do it? The students said the sopho more class wanted a worthwhile project and decided this was it. Today In History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Saturday, April 6, the 97th day of 1968. There are 269 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date: On this date in 1917, President Woodrow Wilson signed a declaration of war between the United States and Germany. On this date: In 1830, the first Mormon church was organized by Joseph Smith at Fayetee, N.Y. In 1841, Vice President John Tyler was sworn in as the 10th U.S. president, following the death of President William H, Harrison. In 1909, the American explor- er, Robert E. Peary, reached the North Pole. . . In 1941, German forces began invading Greece and Yugoslavia. In 1942, Japanese troops landed on Bougainville Island in the Solomons during the Pacific War. In 1955, Sir Anthony Eden was named British Prime Minister, succeeding Sir Winston Churchill. Ten years ago — Indonesia disclosed it would buy military equipment from the Communist countries of Poland, Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia. Five years ago — South Korea's military government agreed to hold elections for a civil government the next fall. One year ago — A Beverly Hills, Calif,; financier's 11-year- old son, Kenneth Young, was released after being held four days by \ kidnapers. A quarter of a million dollars ransom was paid. JACOBY ON BRIDGE South looked over dummy unenthusiastically. He could count 12 top tricks and needed a club- diamond squeeze for his 13th. He drew three rounds of trumps as a matter of course and noted that if West were long in the minors there would be a rather simple squeeze against him, T)ut the bidding indicated that East, not West, .was going to hold the minor suits right behind dummy. He noted next that he could handle five clubs and four diamonds in the East hand by cashing the ace and king of diamonds. Getting back to his own hand with a second heart and running his last three trumps. His last little diamond and North's last little club would squeeze East. i South tried this play, but West | defeated him by hanging on to his three clubs so that the nine spot stopped that suit and enabled East to guard the diamonds. North was rather critical. He said, "If you want to gamble on seven you should learn how to play the hand first. The proper squeeze technique would have made your contract for you." North was right. See if you can figure out the winning play before going on. • • The winning play Is a crisscross ruffing squeeze, if you NORTH 4753 »AK65 + AK74 WEST (D) EAST <M *862 VQJ109353 If 74 » Q 8 * J 10 9 7 4,985 +QJ106 SOUTH 4AKQJ109 VAK • 432 432 North-South vulnerable West North East South 3V Dble Pass 44k Pass 4N.T. Pass 5» Pass 5N.T. Pass 76 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead — V Q Library Memorials Following is a list of memorial contributions recently received from the Blythevllle Public Library. In memory of Rodney L. Banister — "House and Garden's Gardener's Day Book," Dr. and Mrs. Hunter Sims and Dr. Hunter Sims Jr; "Gipsy Moth Circles the World," Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mason and a donation to the building frund, Mrs. Riley B. Jones. In memory of Mose Barkovitz - Donation to the building fund, Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Garrigan. In memory of Mrs. N. W. Brigham — Donation to the auiWing fund, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Jontz. In memory of Mrs. V e r n a Craig - Donation to the building fund, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Garrigan. In memory of Marvin B. Dil- Idine - "The Oriental World," Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lee Smith. In memory of Marcus Evrard —"Manifesto for American," Mrs. J. H. Seeman; — Donation to the building fund, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Steinsiek. In memory of Russell Gaines"The Living Testament," Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lee Smith. In memory of Thomas Ira Gray - "The Life and Times ol\ Dante" and the Life and Times of Goya," Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Brown; - Donation to the library, The BIytheville Woman's Club; "Understanding your Child", Mr. and Mrs. John Mayes; — "Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians,' Mr. and Mrs. George Lee. In memory of Maya Gay Hill"The London Bridge Is Falling Down", Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Old. In memory of Mrs. Robert N. Hill - "Braque," Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams. In memory of Mrs. I.R. Johnson - "American Home Garden Book and Plant Encyclopedia," Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bush and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bush; — "Amazing Grace," Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sanson; - Donation to (he building fund, Mr. and Mrs. Dan M. Burge; — Donation to the building fund, Mrs. Walter G. Card and Mrs. Riley B. Jones; - "Common Sense Guide to Grow Roses," Dr. aid Mrs. Herbert Jones; — "Bruegal", Mr. and Mrs. Bil] Williams; - "Poems that Last Forever", .Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose; — Donation to the library, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crigger; — Donation to the building fund, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Steinsiek. In memory of Bill Jones — "From the Mixed Files of Mrs. Basil E, Frankweiler," Julia Penn, Lay Crawford, Doris Clouse, Dee W i g g s, Vera Work, Betty Pharo, Jewell Featherston, Ann Gruber, Robin Bennett and Alice Marie Ross. In memory of Riley B Jones •"Everyday Life in Bible Times", Mr. and Mrs. Ray Price. In memory of Joe Lintzenich"Goya," Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams. In memory of Mrs. Jqseph A. Luckett — Donation to the library, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crigger. In memory of W. B. Mayo Donation to the building fund, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Garrigan. In memory of Miss Ella Moiv- ery — "The Middle East", Beta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma. In memory of J. L. Nabors - Donaiio.T to the building fund, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Jontz. In memory of Mrs. E r m a Owens—"The Mountain States", Zeta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma. In memory of Ernest L. Parker -- "Andrew Jackson, Frontier Statesman," Mrs. Jesse Taylor; - "History of the Thirteen Colonies," Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fendler;-- "History of the Colonial Antiques," Mrs. Chester Caldwell Sr.; - "Arrogrance of Power,".C. L. Nash; - Donation to the building fund, Reid, Burge and Prevallet; — Donation to the building fund, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Garrigan; — "Radio Amateur's Handbook", Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hemby; — Donation to Jhe building fund, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Steinsiek. In memory of J. T. Phillips Donation to the building fund, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr. In memory of 0. E. Quellmal- tz - Donation to the building fund, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Jontz. in memory of Pleas A. Secoy - "The Life and Times of Peter The Great," Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cohen; - "Isles of the South Pacific," Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Gray and Mrs. T. I. Gray; — "American Heritage December, 1967", Mr. and Mrs. Joe Strickland and Sara Jo; -Velazquez," Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams. In memory of Christopher Leo Smith - "Halley's Bible Handbook," Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Abbott. In memory of V. E. Tomlinson - "Everyday Life Bible Times," Mr. and Mrs. Ray Price. In memory of Theodore Wesley Wahl - "Dan Beard and Babe Ruth," Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Jones. In memory of Gladstone Williams - "American Heritage April, 1968," Yarbro Teachers. In memory of Mrs. J. M. Williams Sr. - Donation to the library, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crigger. Holland News A revival was held by t h e Church of Christ, March 25 - 31. Guest speaker was H. H. Dunn, evangelist. He was assisted b y the pastor, Dan Toinlinson. Mr. and Mr. Noble Capehart have returned to Holland from Caruthersville. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Northern of Memphis visited his brother, Jeff Northern Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. .Tommy Carnell of Auroria, 111., spent last weekend visiting their parents here. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Towery of Hughes, Ark., spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Oracle Culp. Mr. and Mrs. James Culp of St. Louis, Mo., visited with his mother, Mrs. Willie Culp, over the weekend. Mrs. Jessie Welsch of Hayti held a birthday party for her jarents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex ulp. - , The Methodist Church here field a revival last week a n d guest speaker was Rev. Marvin Niblack, pastor of the Eastwood Memorial Methodist Church in Caruthersille. Mrs. Jake Rowe of Poplar Bluff, Mo., visited recently with Ar. and Mrs. Hershell Burress. Mrs. Perry Taylor held a Birthday party in honor of her msband's 84th birthday, March 31. • .j;M*i By Lines ..By You EDITOR'S NOTE: This column Is for use by the readers. Mat- •. tcrlal submitted will not b* returned. Memorials to deceased persons will not be printed. All material should be typed and double-spaced and Is subject to editing, writers should sign their naues and. In the cases of students, should glv« their age. Names will be withheld on request.! False Spring Yellowbuds and jonquils Blooming in profusion Are covered now with snow, Was spring but an illusion? By Gwyndolyn Smith warit to give it a name. South cashes his last high heart and all but one trump while discarding the two small diamonds from dummy. Everyone is down to six cards. If East, retains three diamonds and three clubs, South makes t h e hand by playing ace-king and a third club. He ruffs this, and dummy's fourth club is now good. If East holds four clubs and two diamonds, South plays dunv, rny's ace and the king «f diamonds. His last diamond is now good and he can use his last trump to get back to his hand to make it, „ ANNOUNCING Congratulations and welcome to, the new manager of the Bugmoblle Company In Blythevllle, Mr. Richard Fanner, and to his lovely wife, Stephanie, and their son, Charles. Mr. Farmer comes to Blythevllle from Victoria, Tex., where he was also . associated with the Bugmobiles. Mr. Fanner was born in Fort Worth, Tex., moved to Victoria, where he graduated from high school and went on to Victoria College and North Texas State University at Denton, Tex. He was associated with the pest control industry in high school and college after which he became a full time member of the Bugmobile organization. Mrs. Fanner was born and raised in Fort Worth where she graduated from Lawrence D. Bel! High School after which she attended Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, La. ' Mr. Fanner, with his long association with the pest control industry, is well qualified to give the people of Blythevllle and surrounding areas the best possible service available anywhere. He is a conscientious, hard-working man who believes that Bugmoblle customers deserve nothing but the best of service and this is the only Mnd of service he Intends to furnish.; • • Mr.;and Mrs. Richard Farmer and son have come here tp make BIytheville their home and wish to Invite everyone to call the Bugmobile office at PO2-JW68 and say "Hello". BUGMOBILE 1313 W«*t Main Ph. PO 2-2758 Future Schools Held Seven Days a Week? LOS ANGELES (AP) T|I American public schools of th'| future may operate 12 hours- : i day, seven days a week and" 12 months a year, predicts the dean of the University of South: i ern California's school of educa* tion. The present operation is based on a former agricultural- based society no longer suited to urban needs. Dr. Irving R. Melbo said Thursday. "That doesn't mean pupils will be "in school the whole lime," he added, however. Sues for Sermons CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) —The Rev. William D. 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