The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 9, 1932 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 9, 1932
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-_VVRDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1932 _BLYTHEVft.I,E. (ARK.) News of Blytheville Schools 13 'A 13 !-J 13 12 « 12 11 >.!i 11 « 11 11 10 ',', 10 !i 10 10 10 9 Vi 9 'J 9 '.4 9 9 Honor Roll if is (h e Blylhcville high SChoo! honor roll for the first term of the first semester- Pally Shane ....... James Sims Juanlta McDonald . Jane Branson ..... Chlqulta Douglass Mfkrrecl Cudd ... Ann Tompklns Mildred Hood ., Kenneth Wann Effie Moore . . . Frances LKlIc . Mitchell ' Johns Martha Ann Lynch Lorraine Sscoy Hill McKenzie . Vera Saliba — Estra Livingston Thelma Tate .... Doris Douglass . Constance Smith &nma Jo . Ira Gray . , . ........... ; . . . g Woodrow Hall .............. 8 Burn elle Bradley ........... g Stanley Atchison ........... g Hal Moore ..... ..! ......... g Virginia Durham . ....... .. g B Rogers .............. ' 8 Mildred Moore ... 7 !.•'. Prances Holland ...... ...... 1 " Bill Crowe ....... . ........ <j >i Vanetta Saxe ......... ...... s " Geraldean Ry!ee .......... '.'. s Josephine Johnson ........ •.'. 6 Ruby WainivriglU ......... '.'. e Monorabte Mention Mildred Ixiu Hubbatd, Emmaline' Page, Mary Elizabeth Borum, 3wendolyn Fisher, ' Ora Lou Hilburn, Benny Fendler, Charles Frlt- zius, Jimmie Tipton. Thelma Wells. Margaret Moore Rebecca Gillespie Rosalie Russell. Ruth Burks r Margaret - Shaver, Herman Turner. Frtdtlene Langwell. Alta Mac Judd Elizabeth McLean. .The following elementary school nupils won places on ths honor roll fcr the second month of the firstsemester: Central— 4 A. grade—Mary Louise Waters. ; 5B Grade—RUFsell Parr, Betty Lou Kramer. ^ 5A : grade -Harold Nathan Rosenthal, Blllie Leggett, Juanita Grimes. ans-^-^th grade—Charles Robertson. Mildred Smith. Vivian Jackson. 6th Grade—Mary Irfla Robertson, Thomas Seay, U. w. Moore, Wynemla McDonald. made the highest Central-School The pupils of 3B grade in Miss Outlaw's room presented a Health Piay in Miss Hughes' "room last Thursday morning. There were fnir pupils in this room who gained t&iir pounds last month. •-s'e were- Mavy Dabcock, Jimmie 1'nnner, Clyde ' Young and Margaret .Holland. '.: These boys end ;ir:s will draw tor the r.rize which Miss Outlaw offered to the underweight child who gained the most aat month.. 1411, the -boys and girls . are • doing . well in carrying out their dally • health rules. . The 3B grade in-Central school had thirty, out: of- forty-five to have perfect attendance last month. This ..included . pupils in both Mrs. - Craig's .and. .Miss .Outlaw's room. '.... ..'. '.' In Miss ' 'Swift's ' 4A and - 5B dosses, the following children have had, perfect attendance . for the term: Jack- Bishop, John Hampton, Carthpl Hyde. Russell Fair, Pal Harrison,- Joe Billy McHahcy, Mansfield Washaiirn, Don' Wilhclm, Betty Grimes, Betty Lou Kramer, Jewell Rice and Ora Wilson. In some achievement tests given to fourth grade John Hampton, Mary I,ouis e Waters, Carlhol Hyde, Betty Margaret Dugan and Gene' Strickland scores. Russell Farr is the only one in Miss Swift's room having a perfect spelling score for the term. The 5B class gave a shon Hal- lowe'en play showing how to Imvo fun without Injuring property. Sudbury School A Stcry Teller's Club was organized in Grndc IB last vvceH. Jc:si c Nell Victory was clioscn president and George Muir was m?.cle secretary. This club inee'Ji every Friday morning from 11:30 to 12. In the campaign for "gcod housekeeping" the following leaders M-t-re appointed: captains of clean flocr-Phillip Reed and Bobbie • Maxwell; captains of doors- Kenneth Marr and Joe Ech Dod- fois; captains of books—Joan Williams and Herl*rt Swearingcn; captains of erasers and boards- Edmund Wilson, Perry Judd and Paul Riley Bujarski. Emma Lee Barger of the 3A grade has not misspelled a word in her spelling lesson this term. A contest is on 'between the Canaries and Orioles in learning the multiplication tables. The captains of these groups are Marie Hopper and Walter Webster. Clandia Bennett u-as elected president of the Book club and Marie Hopper secretary. This club has been named "Brownie Book Club". Three B pupils also organized a club which they call "Hiawatha Club". This group Is reading Indian stories during November. Emma. Lee Barger is president and J. T. Victory secretary. The 5A group of Mrs. Webster's room won the "Wiener Roast" for being (he first to have 100 per cent of its mother members of the P. T. A. The 5A group also had charge of assembly period last Wednesday. The program consisted of ! " violin duet by Alice Jane Hes' tcr nnd Katheryne Laverty, accompanied by Alice- Saliba, and a • playlet, "Seelns the Doctor", by Eugenia Crawford, Burma Bennett, Nowel Gccdwin, Juanlce Walpole, J Mnlcolm McDermctt, Amy Ruth . Morris, Pete Sultan, Charles Pm-I tie. Elolse Ramey, Jack Reed, Frances flail and Peggie Burjarskl. Last month the GB class made •October Booklets as art projects. Bobbie Rhodes and Anita Fay Beck deserve special mention lor the neatness and artistic ability sr.pwu in making their designs. A November project will be worked cut for this month. • The (SB's ere very proud of the dollar wen at the meeting of- the P. T. A. lost Wednesday f 0! - ) lav . :iii .the rr.ost .mothers present cr lather for tying .with" Miss Hubler's ro3m. Each or the -two rooms won a dollar. ' ; Last month's perfect attpnd- irtca for the 6B class is as follows: Hcwell Alley, Mark Ander- icn, Edward Balrd, Joe Bearden Tom Ed- Clifton, Clyde Duoley'. i William Ellis, C. A, English, CJii- ] too Pors.ths, J. B. Holt, Lucius Lcndennle, Lewgene Johnson Bil- liq-.payne. Billie Mehard. Burford Nichols, L. c. Poscy, Vernon Tlicmpscn, Ben Mac White Mar- Acton. Dorothy Hyde, Eloise s, Paulin e Pasley, Mary Ann Nabers, Bobbie Rhodes, Joyce Som- ers, B»be Ruth Sccoy and Rose Yates. Pupils In 1A nnd IB grades of Miss Hubler's room having perfect attendance for the second innnlli are: Beit Uenioy. Joe Linweiilcli, Eugene Moody, Elmo RicharUs, J. A. Reagan, Delole Anderson, Joo Evelyn Dlslnger, Billie Taylor, Eugene Copeland, v jlmmie Ledbcf- tcr, E. B, Walker, Lois- Eaton, Framiilla Fisher, Ullluin RUey, Bonnie Sims, Martha Frances Sims, Billie Jean Smith, Freetla Sdnnetti and Annie Wright. Story Telling Clubs have been organised In the 1A and IB Grades, Annie Wright Is president ami Jimmie Lcdbelter is sccn-Mry ol the 1A club. Bcttye Kodgcrs is president and Eugene Mocdy Is I secretary of the IB club. Rending NKV VS and dinnmilziiiK stories chosen by (he children win be Iliu festiives of tlio club, Hayli Society—Persona! Mrs. J. B. Huckley's clrls Sim- day sciiool elnss met nt lier home Tuesday nftcrncon for n short class inciting. Ollicers for the ensuing year were elected. They are: president, Lorene Foster; vice president. Jiilln liaggniiumii; secretary, Jutmltn Cliism; ircnsuier. Ol- Icne Brooks; reporter, ifurrlct StulilK. The new president tcok charge of the pi-ugi-tini. I'lnns were 'nmUc for n puny «-iii C |, j s ( 0 |j C given In a short, while. * • « A Coinily League incellnt; \viis held :it CariiDirrsrllle Monday evening ,\*ih n Jarije fitlend- nncc from Cfuulher.sville, Huytl, Urnggndcciii and Stcele. Trie next Joe Morgan of West Memphis, Ark., .spent the week-end here vls- Illnx with MlatlvM nnd friends, lie formerly lived here. Mi. Mrs. J, Shannon and smnll son ot I'oKagevlllo visited with friends here Sunday nflor- »«m. Mr. and MIS. Slmniioli luniK-rly lived liuie, »( which lime lie cwnril Die Muxy Ilientre. diailes Julie of cimllee visited with n lends here Sunday nt- tOliXHin, Mis. jolm iJiinim o( CiirTilheis- qf this Ed Ball ot Weal Memphis, Ark si>n>t) ft /civ days (his week horu visiting his father, D. W. Ball. Ml?3 Manon Scott will reliini home Wednesday evening f rom Springfield nftev n few dnys visit tiierc vlili Miss chrUlln* Hm- nion, liny Mmlraiigli. jr., i s 111 (his week wllli n severe cold, New Liberty Wnltcr navls. who was stricken with aiwiirtlclils lust week nl the ). P. clay. Mis. Hush Etm-id|;e of Lentil- vHle. Ark., visited lie,- Inistaiml heri 1 Saturday. Mis. I-. V. McDonald nnd dim- BhtiT. Ida Cleo, nnd MKs lluine Lels Handoliih miilurccl lo Cur- opemtliin. ™' Mr. mid Mrs. J. M, Aycuck mid son, Jiiines Hoy, niul DeW!tt,Miir- lln left Tlinrfidiiy for a week's visit Iti Mississippi. Mr. nnd Mrs. l>. II. Jiinell ,lmvr ns their iiue.sls Mrs. Jnrrnll's fii- PAGE THRE1 UiiUKhtor, Wllllu Mn«. of Nash- vine. Tmn.,- accompanied them nnci reiimlned until Sunday. They motored on to Ozarx/ Ark, to visll oilier roliillvi's, Mr. mm Mrs. jj. onrrctt went to mimetic Sunday where they Wit (he (fey win, rMr . OIXl Mrs Miss Mildred Arnold, or Jllj'llie- vi ic, fiicm last weekend , wllli MLss Mildred Jurmu. Mi 1 , nnil Mrs. prank May haw R-.ovoil lo liaxsclt, Ark x Mi. niul M rs . j^,, wiillc, of niylhcvlllc, siwnt Sunday wllli Mr n»d Mrs. Hmvnnl While. , Atitsdiiim.s K. H. Crook, P. 71 Jin mil mid E. n. SjirnyUcr'ry weru liosti'ssi's to.a clnlj social ni tin 1 home of Mrs. S|>ruyljerry 'I'ujsdiiy nrtcmooii. Bronchial Troubles Need Creomolttoa Iroulln mij fad fi «uw seriwu. You W Hop them nnr trim Crconiulilon, aa emuliitkd cr«o*x» ' linll:tn Kiu.ulr<l|!c Failed DOMK. N. V. iUl'l— Indians nro !iUli|iuFcil Ui know their wcocls anil pliuit.';, tail Thinuas. I'.iwllns, des- Ct'iuffijl of C'lilrr fSkanniuloii, died lii'iT nlli-r niiiiisi n nunil»r of londiitwls which ln> tboii^lit were mushrooms. . sew medical liiwovory wilh two-fold *> tloa; It ««o(hc» and hetli thu tnfUnwd m m nf ° ni1 !nllil Jil» Ktm growth. UI «J1 known drug«,fr«uotoi8r«af. Mted Uy high medical uulliorities uooa til It* «rotcsi lictling agencies for ntt- liKrnt cou^lit awl coldsan.lotlicr form* oHhroat troubles. Crocraiiblonconuint. 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