The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 12, 1956 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 12 ,195« BLTTHETILLE (ARK.) COURIBR NEWS PAGE FIVE With Our Edward Lee Pipkin, formerly ol Blytheville, has been appointed to the faculty of Washington University, at St. Louis, Chancellor Ethen A. H. Shepley has announced. Pipkin was named .research assistant in the department of psychology in the university's college of liberal arts. School board area study programs will be held in 11 Arkansas communities during coming weeks as u project of the Arkansas, School Boards Association and the Arkansas Cooperative School Improvement Program. . Purpose is to stimulate discussion and improve local practices and procedures of school boards. Program for this reason is scheduled to meet in Osceola. Jan. 26 at I p.m. University Day, a statewide get- together of all University of Arkansas alumni, will be held in Little Bock Tuesday, Jan. 21, under the sponsorship of the alumni association. A banquet at the Hotel Marion will climax a day of tours and meetings. Arkansas State College's "Arka- statesmen," popular male chorus, will present a 15 minute program on radio station WMCT at 4 p.m. Saturday. Members from this area include Don Bailey, Blytheville; Joe and Garry Brewer, Cardwell; Charles Butler, Kennett; and Robert Yates, Wilson, BUlie-Gaines 'Mann, of Ossei will be one of 20 Ouachita College seniors to practice teach in Malvern public schools beginning Jan; 30. She will teach physical education and junior high general science.. Mrs. Howard Towell left Sunday for Holland, Mich., to visit her daughter, Mrs. Mildred Ashley, and family. Mr. and Mrs, Emmett Guyton were in Luxora Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wordie Minor. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Towell of .Memphis visited relatives and friends here over the weekend. Mrs. Homer Clifton returned from Pontiac, Mich., Tuesday where she had spent Christmas with her husband. A surprise birthday dinner was given Mrs. Lou Larson Friday here in Dyess by her family. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson and Mrs. Lizzie Johnson of Jonesboro; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Johnson of Cash; Mr. and 1 Mrs. "WiUie Johnson and J. T. Bursefield of Dyess. Mr. and Mrs. George Higgonbot- tom are in Long Beach, Calif., visit- Ing relatives. Ivan Dale Lee of California is heer visiting his aunt, Mrs. Bud Fincher and family. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mahsn spent Saturday in Blytheville. The Rev. J. C. Mitchell attended the Baptist Association meeting in Blytheville Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lonzo Sknner are parents of a daughter, Carol Ann, born Dec. 27. Mrs. Nannie Anderson left Saturday for Memphis to visit her daughter, Mrs. Wade wilkes, and family this week. James Jacobs and son Jimmie ol Memphis were dinner guests Saturday in the J. L. Jacobs home. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Holland spent last week in Garland, Tex., as guests of their son, Robert Holland, and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wilkes of Memphis are parents of a son born Jan. 3. Mrs. Wilkes is the former Doris Anderson of Dyess. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tyler visited in Oklahoma and western Arkansas last week. Mrs. J. E. Day left Monday for Hughes, Ark., to visit her granddaughter, Mrs. Reba McArthur and family. Dennis Anderson Of HornersviUe, Mo., spent Saturday in Dyess with friends. Carl and John Wheeler of Carraway were in Dyess Sunday. .Mr. and Mrs. Simon Hazelwood from Colorado were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Punk Hale over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Wood spent Friday in Osceola. •Dexter West, student at Arkansas State College, spent the weekend kere as guest of Miss Nita Kimbrell. Miss Rosetta Humphreys spent the weekend in Memphis as guest of Clyde Daniels and'his mother, Mrs. Ralph Clark., Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cash spent Sunday in, Memphis visiting their daughter, Mrs. Reba Burlison. Mr. and Mrs. Al'va Arches of Wright spent Sunday here with her sister, Mrs. Fred Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Pickens are in Glena Park, Tex., visiting their son, Hershell Pickens, and family. S/Sgt. and Mrs. Warnuel Hargraves of Greenville, S. C., arrived Tuesday night to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hargraves. Miss Nina Jean Peterson of Bry theville is visiting her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Estes o£ Hughes spent the weekend here as guests 01 her brother, Newman Williams, and family. Mr. and Mrs. EIz Ford and sons of Wilson spent several days last weefc here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hargraves. Air Force Wants Your Gull Ideas DAYTON, Ohio Ifl — Got any surefire ideas for keeping seagulls away from the airport runways? If you have, the Air Force would be glad to listen. A primary cause of a recent accident at Logan Airport, Boston, the Air Force has decided, was an airplane-seagull collision. Finding that the Royal Air Force of Great Britain uses mothballs scattered on runways to drive off -the pesky gulls, the U. S. Air Force is considering adopting the same method. But surely, the Air Force says, there must be a better way. Have to Take It DENVER (If) — A feller doesn't have a fightin 1 chance these days. County jail prisoners remain handcuffed when they enter the dentist's chair at Denver General Hospital, Warden Gordon Dolliver ordered yesterday. All because an accused robber, James J. Giron, 31 slugged a guard and tried to escape when officers removed the stee links as Giron was about to enter the chair. Freewayitis LOS ANGELES (tf) — A new ailment has been diagnosed for the Los Angeles population - freeway- itis. The Police Dept. says the disease, common to motorists using the extensive freeway system, is combination of nervous indigestion and claustrophobia. I's likely to reach epidemic proportions during peak traffic hours. PKICE- much btauty ...for a dollar! UUl '2 tt $OO Ml J § ONCf-A'-YEA* JAll... . LIMITED TIME! 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