The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1968 · Page 3
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Blytlievflle (Ark.) Courier News - Monday, April », 1M8 - Page Thraj^ By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Monday, April 29, the 120th day of 1968. There are 246 days left in the year. . Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1945, American soldiers liberated 32,000 Nazi victims at t.'.e Gerr."; concentration camp at Dachau. On this date: In 1429, Joan of Arc entered Orleans, where she scored a KOUGHRIDERS clear a road in South Vietnam. Sgt. Leoncio Quiles o£ Puerto Rico jnans an M-60 machine gun for a reconnaissance platoon. W/LSON NEWS ,•••••••••••••••••••• MRS. ff. A, HOGAN, Jr. ,„,•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••" The fishing rodeo sponsored the group winning a blue ribbon by the Wilson Cooperative Club will be May 18 at the Wilson Lake. Boys and girls up to 16 years old may enter. Register now at Lee Wilson and Company Hardware Department. Mrs. Glen Railsback and daughter, Edie, and Miss Judy Crain of Pine Bluff spent last week with Mrs. J. E. Grain Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sugg and Susan spent the weekend in Conway with Mr. .Sugg's sister and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Courtway. William Alexander, student at the University of Arkansas, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Wills of Memphis vere week-end guests of their daughter,-Mrs. T. J. McAfee. Jr., Mr. McAfee, and children, Todd and Allison. Mr. and Mrs. Brice Richards and children, Terry, Sherry and Lee Anne of -Tampico, Mexico, left last Tuesday after a visit with relatives and. friends in ; and around Wilson. Wilson Parent Teacher Association met Thursday night at the Home Economics Cottage for its April meeting. Mrs. W. J. Alexandff, president, presided over the business meeting. The speaker for the evening was Harold demons, Elementary School principal, who spoke on "Quality Education." . Hostesses for the meeting •were 10th and llth grade room mothers who served refreshments during the social hour. The attendance banner went to Mrs. C. D. Price's 6th grade. overall. Boys making the trip were John and Don Mooring, Rodney lissell, Ronnie Smith, Dale Wil- >anks, Tim Hogan, Ricky Lucius, Gary Tippy, Johnny Thomson, Joe Tippy, David and Steve Alexander. Patrol leaders, were James Smith and Larry "Shannon. Terry Jones was senior pa- rol leader.. Scoutmaster James Jogers, Assistant Scoutmaster Larry Hays and Ricky Rogers accompanied the group. Trans- wrtation was furnished by'Le- •oy Tippy, Glen Jones, John Scoring, W. J. Alexander, Ralph Thompson and Donnie McDamel. Mrs. E. D. Beall, Mrs. R. E. Westbrook, Mrs.' Gerald mite- side, Mrs. W. C..Haltom and Mrs. W. A. Hogan attended a meeting of the North Arkansas Women's Society , of Christian Service last Friday at the First Methodist Church in West Memphis. Wilson High School's representatives to Boys' State this year are Joe Goble, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Goble, and Larry Stewart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ar'lan Stewart. Joe is sponsored by the Wilson Lions Club and Larry by the school. . Representatives to Girls'State are Jackie Trammel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Trammel', sponsored .by the school, ,and kay:Hogan,,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hogan, sponsored by the Wilson Go-operative Club. • The Wilson Senior High'School Chorus will, leave Wednesday for Hot Springs, iwhere they will compete in the State Choral Festival. Furnishing the transportation and acting as;.chaperones for the group .will be Bill Moon, High : School principal; John Dresbach, directorof .the chorus; :Mrs.'AibertGrtenweU; Mrs. Jerry Hays; Mrs. Alex Goble Jr.; Mrs. Sudie: Cecil; Mrs. H. P. Cash jr.; Mrs. Buck Jones; Mrs.:John Crain Jr. Mrs. W. J. Alexander; Mrs: W. A. Lindsey, and Mrs. Marie-Wright. Members of Troop 3S, Boy Scouts of America, participated In the Spring Camporee this past weekend at Walcott. Ribbons won were: 1st place compass, 2nd and 3rd place knot tieingi 2nd in water btiling with Wilson High Science Fair winners for this year have been announced by Henry Smith, Science Teacher at Wilson. -One lundred projects were put 6 n display during the "open house which was held under the auspices of the P.T.A and the Future" Scientists^ of. America Chapter of-Wilson High. Physics 11 and 12 grades. 1st place - Delia Sadler - the Working of a Solar Battery . 2nd place - Pam Davis - Flo- uridation 3rd place - Joe Goble - Solar Furnace 4th place - Terry Jones - The three laws of motion Honorable mention - Larry Anderson - the Laser; Billy Bussey - What are Bombs; Gayle Cecil - How to Find Petroleum; Tina Harmon -.First Long Distance Pipe Line; Edward Lee Perry - Working Model of Burglar Alarm. Physical Science - 9A 1st place - Don Slaton - How colored lights affect the growth of plants 2nd place - Nan Hogan - What is a Delta? 3rd place - Donna Lawrence The Common Housefly 4th place'- Eldon Alexander Newton's laws of motion Honorable mention - Dwight Bennett - weather instruments; Michael Brigance - What causes earthquakes?; Don Bussey - UFO's - are .they real?; Dolly Godsey - Is Smoking a cause of Cancer?; Sherry Harmon How and Where can Sulfur Be Obtained; Fay Mauppins - Blind as a Bat; Brenda Smith - The Formation of a Volcano; Ja-ry Stewart - What is a Solid Fuel Rocket?; Linda Yerby - The Chief Insect Enemy of Cotton the Boll Weevil. Physical Science - 9B 1st place - Robert Nelson • Apollo Spacecraft 2nd place - Phillip Elkins - the Solar Battery. 3rd place - Bruce Cissell - Different Layers of Soil 4th place - Marcella Smith the Tsetse Fly Honorable mention - Michael Lindley - the Ram-Jet; Rosemary Phillips - What is a Volcano? Paula Pierce - Communication Through Outer Space; Annie Wilson - The Earth's Relation to the Sun. Science 7 - A 1st place - Barbara Spurlock the Big Muscle - the Heart 2nd place - Patricia Johnson- How Color Films work. 3rd place - Laura Ellis - A Weather House 4th place - Debra Lynch -Model - Balance Scale Honorable -Mention • David Alexander - What is a C o d e Blirfker? Candy Catching - Aer- iation plant; Vickie .Cissell-The Volcano; Nancy Clark - How Wat e r' and -Minerals E n-t e r Roots of Plants; Lonnie Franks - the Six Simple Machines; Vanessa Fun- derhurk - A Simple' Astrolabe; Azalia Pratt - the Bumble Bee; Robert Yerby • Rotary Switches. Science 7 - B 1st place - Marie Phillips -The Ear; 2nd place - Viola Thomas- the Heart; 3rd place - Edward Crook What is Inside the Earth? 4th place - Larry Godsey Dams Honorable mention - Crain Balton - Problems of c o 11 o n; Jessie Donnerson • the Human Skeleton; Charles Elrod - the Sap of Trees; Branda Young- the Ear. Mrs. J. C. Perry entered -St Vincent's Hospital in Little Rock Sunday. She underwetv major, surgery Tuesday. Russie Perry returned home this week after having been a patient in the Baptist Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. J. T. Driver, Mrs. Garland Trammel and Mrs. R. H. Cummings spent Saturday and S u h d a y at Mountain View where they attended the Ozark Crafts Fair and drove the Dogwood Trail through the Ozark Mountains. . Mr. and Mrs. James Peterson and children, Ricky and Mike, have moved to Tampa, Fla., to make their home. Mrs. Peterson is the former Cathy Driver. Today In History victory over the English. In 1639, the settlement of Newport, R. I., was found. • In 1862, New Orleans fell to Union forces during the Civil War. In 1894, Jacob Coxey's army of jobless men entered Was..mg- ton to petition Congress for relief. In 1913, the zipper was patented by a New Jersey man Gideon Sundback of Hoboken. In 1945, Adolf Hitler, hiding in a secret bunker in Berlin, drew up his last will and testament. Ten years ago — At a meeting in Rome, the United Arab Republic agreed to compensate the Suez Canal Co. for the 1956 seizure of the canal. Five years ago — The U. S. Supreme Court ruled that racially segregated seating school classrooms violates the Constitution. . " • ' 'One year ago — President Johnson gave the go-head to build two prototypes of a giant supersonic transport plane. London's. Pic<,adlll> Circus is said to have derived its title from the pickadils, or ruffs, fashionable at one time. If a comet ever touches the earth there might be no more than a great shower of small pieces of stone and metal, called meteors. An explosion is considered unlikely. Empire Life Ins. Co. District Office Now Open In Blytheville Federal Building 120 W. Walnut • BIytheviile. General Agent , R. L. Trimue II "We Will Be Glad To Serve You" Phone PO 3-0274 : DESSERT DISH With each $3 additional. purchase, excluding beer and tobacco products. 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