The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 16, 1937 · Page 5
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fHURSDAY, DECEMBER 1C, 1S37 E. (AKK.) COUIUKU MOWS Blytheville. School News A Flaming Protest to Japan PAGE FtVB KVUII SCHOOL The Home Economics presented a !.lylc rtiow iti which Hie following students modeled woolen or cri'DC drrsscs t!i:it. they had made: Alice Jane Hester, announcer, Josephine Shlbley. Mabel nrackln, Odie Rice, JJosie Triimblc, Hetty \Vnllnec, Earlinc CJrahain, lone Murry, Eva Jordan, Jewell Rico, Jeanne Carlock. Rose yatos, Mil- <lW(l Mitchell. Lois Blis, Hiilh Dar- liy. Ivcnc Anderson, Lucille McIJer- mott, ' Louise I.cvclucc, Martha Stcvriis, Mnrjorlc McBrirlo. Jean Hourluml. nelly Grimes, 1/inilys McLeod, Pauline Thompson. Marie Atralisim, I'aullne Rousli. Pile Marle KOGIICC. Pauline tllni. ami Bct- Iv Sue King mid Mary Van Worsley. , roccdiiij the style slimy was a shorl business program presented. I- 'lie student ccuncil which included the following: "Good Assembly Manners" by Lelloy Drown, head monitor's report Ijy Thomas Kcay. lost and found department report by Helen i_a shot,, report from welfare community by Jerry Coiien. fellows forum report, by Joe Buniello. A ii.sl nf individual's and [inns who donated bnml uniforms was read by Buddy Terry. raid, and Lou Jo Htirgctt changed water Into wine, Carmel Clime nnri Betty Uugan poured water into a glass and made milk. Huby Frav.ier changed i»»er from blue lo red by dinning H into blue liquid and from red to blue by dlnplng it Into red liquid. John Charles nrlqht made water burn. The program was concluded by Ihe making o[ a chemical gun by Thomas swiy. Cup Awarded for Second Six weeks The Scholarship Cup. which is presented by Ihe National Honor Society, to the home room having Ihe highest, average, was awarded to Mrs. George Palmer's freshman group for the second six weeks. The Kcuicr group sponsored by "Luna B. Wilheim held second place. Seniors I'rcscltt Program "The Rose", a play with a chi- nc. i ;e background, wjis given in assembly Friday, Dee. 17. under the sponsorship of the seniors, and directed by Miss Luna Willielm. The characters were: old Man cf the Road. Leon Stafford; Little Ting. Clwrics Moore; Chting-peny, Bob Derrick. Also, there were a group ot the seniors dressed as Chinese .characters and eucli carrying a gifi. The second part of the program Consisted cf two musical numbers. The first, was ff quartette. "Now the Day is Done," sung by LeRoy Brown, Bob Hcrrick. Coley Stevens and John Harp. The second number was "Fairest lard Jesus" sung by Oencva Craves, Bonnie Jeanne Buchanan, LeRoy Brown, and nob Jterrick. After this silver bells were prc- Natumal Honor Society Mas Luncheon Meeting Members of lire National Honoi Society held a luncheon menhir,-i Thursday. December 9. in the home economics cot(ii[;c. The menu, prepared by thp home economics students, consisted of macaroni with cheese, slaw, string beans, hot chocolate. Jello and vanilla wafers. Besides the students who arc members o[ the society, Mrs. Georsc Palmer, sponsor for the local chapter, and'Wiss Rosa Hardy attended the meeting. M. I!. OH-CJI Visits High School M, R. Owen, state high school Inspector, visited Dlylhcville high school. Thursday. December a. At ten o'clock Mr. Owen .spoke', to the high school aiwi discussed with them iho qualities of a good high school. During the day. Mr. Owen visited various classes, and observed the methods used by (lie different, teachers. At three-thirty, lie talked lo the junior-senior high school faculty. At this time, he discussed the criteria for evaluating high schools, and suggested that many changes would result from a recent survey conducted by lh e Federal Department of Education a I Washington. tented lo lire students Seniors. by the Sponsors Plays Plays were presented ovcrKLCN CKNTKA1. SCHOOL First :uut Second Grades The children in these grades arc enjoying some new water colors. They have u large easel on which they paint and at present are painting pictures of postmen, mall boxes, iiiul mail trucks which arc being discussed in connection with :t pust oltirc unit. Third CJnute The pupils in this room were very happy when Mr. and Mrs. McMullin sent them a loyely Christmas tree. Every one hud lots of fun dressing if. At the club meeting last Friday it was voted to help.fill a basket for the Goodfcllows Club. It was also decided to draw names for gifts in the room. Tills group will have charge of an assembly program next, Friday. Fourth Grade ^ytheville—Sweeping mm Stretch Your Gift Dollars! Shop Penney's & Save SANTA II AS Til M FLOOR! We're in a jolly mood ut Ponncy's! We've got the ('Jirislmas spirit! I'Ivory aisle every countor - ovory department is all a-tingle with Un> luisllo and bustle of Christmas shopping. We've do'/onw and dozens and DOXKNS oT ivil't suw'vslums I'o,- your Mother, Dad, Sister, Rrother — all your aunts, all your uiu'los and all the children, Ciivc more . .. speiuj loss this year . . , buy all your gifts ut Penney's! « fit we Oni'ii Nights Until Chrhtmn* ularthtn Monday, Dec. 20lh Two hundred boxes and cartons of Japanese goods, voluntarily removed from the shelves of 100 East Liverpol, o., stores and piled on a -hilltop, as shown In top photo, were set ablaze, below, to mark the boycott against Japanese goods being instituted by the American Federa tin njjf Labor. President Green addressed (he motherhood »l Operative Potters, leaders in the boycott move. In an East Liverpool meeting. MEN'S GLOVES i'lK-CraiiH'd Slu-'ll lie able lo keep <i/7 lic'i M'wing things in uni' of these! Mtlllll! HI U'illlllll flllisll. 1'or jKiilicuIur men! Hand- Mjmc iiijvjiraitH'd l)lack cape:-kin. Kiiicd! Snap wrist stylo! Thursday. December 1C. and Fri- -'" The • Gotid Citizens' Club elected {-day, December. 11, by members of the English 3B Class under the direction of Miss Mary Dnin. The play presented Thursday, December 16, was "What a Break". Those hiking part in the play were: officers last week. They nrc; President, .Harry Farr; vice p'resldcrit, •Nancy Holland; secretary. Betty YVoodson; treasurer, Don Chamblin. These officers next three months. serve for the Ilildrcd Bunch. John Paulk. En- j Mis. Harry Hatnes Is coming to 'visit the fourth grade and lalk to ijcne Hood, and Thomas Eeay. Friday afternoon. December 17, Ihe play presented was '"Hie Early Bird Jacksons". The cast for this play was: Howard Frisby. Ben .•Imith. DoVis Dejk and Eirgcrim Crawford. The plays were presented as a part of the high school's participation In the National Tuberculosis drive, Stmtcnl Council Meets At the regular meeting of Ihe Student Council. Tuesday night. Dec. l-l. plans were made for the student body to contribute toys and groceries to the Gcodfcllows. At this meeting it was decided to have chairs placed in each hall for Ihc monitors. Each monitor is to serve an entire class period, each period of the day. l)i.scii.wr,s Christmas Customs "Christinas As Observed in Various European Countries" was the subject, of a talk given by Mrs. George palmer at the high school assembly Thursday. December 16. In her talk. Mrs. Palmer -discussed those customs and practices which diflcr most from the traditions of Christinas as Americans celebrate. Following Mrs. Palmer's talk, the .students returned to their respective hcme-rooms where they distributed the gifts from their boxes, or Ireci. S'cimirs Sponsor * Community stun< Night Gnniniimily Stunt Nlghl. sponsored by tho senior class was'held in (he. high school auditorium. Friday nighl. December 1C. The pro- pram consisted of seven stunts by the following groups: High School Parent-Teacher Association. The. American Legion. Girl Srout Troop 1. P. E. O. Sisterhood Chapter N. Boy Scout Troop 37. Central Parent-Teacher Association. Junior Woman's club. Between stunts, the audience was entertained by Ihe Blylhcvllle band and by various students. The first- pri7;C, live dollars, was awarded to the stunt "School Daze" six>nsorcd by the Centra! l^rent-Teaehcr Association; second prize, three dollars, went to the httmt "Sciicol Days" by Girl scout. Troop 7: and third prise, two dollars, was divMcd ibclwecn the American Legion stunt and the burlesque of a P. T. A. meeting by the high school Parent-Teachers Association. them about "Tliis Moslem World." One group in Ihis grade is reading "If I Were Going." This book is new and very beautiful. There is one new book added to (he room library, "The dill of Ihe River" by Meadowcroft. This class lias a home made Christinas tree. Jerry Scrape. brought two cedar limbs and made a tree from them and the pupils made the decorations for the tree. Fifth Grade 'Hie room decorations have Iwcn finished and a Christmas tree brought by Juanlta McMulliu lias been decorated. Judge Barham talked to the as- .scmbly on Tuesday morning about the Christmas seals. At the club meeting it was decided to draw names for gifts in the room and to fill two baskets. one for the Goodfellows club and the other for a member of the class. Ann nillnhunty had charge of the program and presented the following: Song, "Silent Night," Shirley ..Barhain and Laverne Hus- scll; story. "The Boy Who Couldn't Get a Turkey". Becky McCall: song. "It Came Upon a Midnight Clear". Maxine Evans and Lura i'salm- onds; jokes and riddles, Harry Ray Brooks; song. "Jingle Bells". Sara Grace Joyncr and Lula Mac Phillips. A Christmas program will be given at the meeting next Friday. with distribution of gifts from the tree just before dismissal for the. holidays. Sixth Grade At the club meeting last week no program was given but plnns were made for the decoration of a tree, the drawing of names for room gifts, and helping to fill a basket for the Gootlfellows Club. Kay Thomas brought a Christmas tree and the class decorated it. Betty Adnms is still absent be- caue of illness. eall by telling o[ the first Christmas they could remember. A discussion on how to make inexpensive Christmas gifts at home was held. The hostess served ambrosia- mid Iruit cake in rooms decorated with Christmas tree and other decorations. The Manila.lioiuc Demonstration club met Monday at the community center for its regular meeting. Miss Cora Luc. Colein'an talked during the business hour. ! Plans were completed for the I Christmas parly which will b-j held at liic Woman's club in Blythcville on Saturday, Dec. 18. The next regular mecliiig will be held Jan. 3, at which time Mrs. Kale Crittenden will give a demonstration o'n making hot rolls. Read Courier News Want Ao» STOMACH ULCERS J HYPERAClDrTY DEFINITE RELIEF OR MONEY BACK TnKWILLAnDTItlCAT.MHSTliM nroufflit. proDipl, »lul1niu< rcliil in IliDiisanils of rasra or Slom.ich ami nutMlenal Uktrs, dm) (o HyncrncEil- lly. nir' olli,. r laims of Slomarli III'- BROS. DRUG CO. HOIUNSON DRUG CO. Inc. Mnniln: PEOPLE'S DKUO STOHK NAME YOUR SCOTCH: WHITE HORS , lladl s«,;c* Jihii. It.l Pini. Hint in M 7« i< iiilniniii HI i T.J/I s;i, i r Science Club I'rercnls I'voprain Several interesting experiments were performed by members of the Science Club. Friday morning. December 10. In Ihe senior high school a.siembly. The program was announced by Thomas Scay. The experiments and those performing Demonstration Club News Notes Mrs. Gcorgp Perry was elected president, of tlic Forty• and Eight. Homo Demonstration club when il met with Mrs. James McGhee last Thursday afternoon. Mrs, Tart Me.tzger was elected vice president; Mrs. Edwin StCT'- art. secretary and treasurer: Mrs. McGhco, proi-gam cliftirinan; Mrs. R. L. Addlson. rcixirlcr. Tlic president, alter calling tlio itieethig lo order, told of Christmas In other Inmis. The eight them were: Jerry Cohen, Sara Ev- members present answered the roil CIRLS! EARN MORE! Increase your income by learning it well paid profession . . . you can lie a licensed Hentitician willi six numl training . . . enroll now in the Modern Kcauly .Sclioo! 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