ni,YTIIF,VILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS News of Blytheville Schools * Sudburij School •Tuesday evening. November '15, i";,'7 o'clock, the-faculties of all ie city schools held a point tneet- IR -in ths auditorium of Sudbury •hool.. Crawford Greene, superin-. indent of schools, presided. Mai- ;rjs'. relative to organization busi- ess'were-dealt vltlr.and certain renouncements were made. Miss finis Lawspn spoke on "Interpret- nj". the ' Schools to Hie Public." tier this, the members visited the irelve, class rooms'of the building, tefreshments, consisting of chick- j n sandwiches, pickles, potato] hips, candy, and coffee were brvcd.•' . " | ': Harvey "Moi'ris. of Miss Arm-] Ifong's 3H'room, lias contributed; .n 'attractive little bnnk to the; pom. . . .! : ;The following' people contrtbnt- ! (T.'money to this bank during the : i'cek'of November H-18: Warren i Ueban, Peggy Whltnor, Bill Morse. | [udnila Honeycult.. Gns Crow, i ieintird Bujnrski, Mllto;i Patter-1 £m,- AllJe Asbill, Robert Warring- | mi, Sam Warringion. ' «..-. • '. ™—— Part of this money will be used I ship. Each country presented Un- f'or P. T. A. memberships. j cb Snm wllli Us most Important ... - ; product. The pupils of 5B gave the fol- ! lowing jBEsembly program last. Wednesday morning: — rending,' "November." by Ruth Sutherland;! niano solo, Dctty Jo Essary; play- lett, "Uncle Sam's House Pnrty," ' characters— Uncle Sam, M. J. Pars- ' ?ay, John Bull — James Maxwell. Francs — Mildred Mulr. Germany- Paul Santorcl, Cuba— Pan) Wallace, Hawaii— Olive Walil, Alaska— Bettc Thrasher,. Philippines — Howard Bcihears, Canada— Irene Anderson, Norway — Belly Sue King, fiwcdsn— Dorothy Cross, Holland— Mary Van Wor.sley, Italy— Jack Foster. Spain — Margaret Davis, Switzerland— Eugene Cole, Chech- oslovakia—Ruth Sutherland, Russia— Junior Blackwell, China— Paul Pullam. Japan— Marie Peek. South Africa— Jnmrs Long, Brnzll— Geneva Attxnmlpr, Argentina— Hnrokl Maillin, Chile-Louis Dark, Messenger— Belly Jo ftunry. This playlet wns a sood combination of the leachina of geography, current events, find world frlenrt- Thc Girl Scouts of Troop 3 and their captain, Mrs. Cecil Willie, held their regular meeting In the Scout Iloom Twr-sdny. After the business mci'ttng, a lunch of sandwiches, pick]?.*, cookies and drinks was served. Soccer Teams Tile fourth wed: of soccer ball plnylng hns come to a close at Sudbury School. Tlio second tour- nnmenl has Iji-en started which will last until moil than n down Humes have been played. Each nf. ternoon txnwocn 3:30 and 4:30, II the weather permits It, a game is played. There liava been four learns organlml for Die tournament inslead oi three, as was done: for the previous sanies. The captains for these learns arc liil- lle Mchnrg, and Joe Beardcn of GB and Klliolt AUIrklgc and W. H. Davis of CA. These captains did not, act in such n capacity (luring til;; last games. During such tournaments as there we hope that many mom students may tftk«' pint as team captains. ., . ' « ' • 'r 5A Gride . - norothy Lee Powell has moved away. . : Alice Jane Hester, Eugenia Crawford, Burma Bennett, and Don-Is Dclk of the 6A group are on the naur list of librarians. • • • .1A Grade The Brownie Uook Club met Wednesday in Jont session with the. Htawnlha cluh. Claudia Bennett, the president of the Brownie Book club, presided. . Reports weri; given for the different groups, on their reading. Two children told Indian stories. It was decided to fine each pupil one c«nt, who was "out of order' during the club meeting. Central School The girls and boys in Miss Outlaw's room were ; unusually busy and happy last -week. Eaeli group fixed a Thanksgiving table, also made posters representing the Pilgrims in their homes 'In England, Holland and :Ainerlca. The pupils sold twenty-two dollars worth of tickets (or I'r.o show last Wednesday and Thursday 'nights'. 'Evcr|body wci"xcd, Uut (hast 1 selling the most were Betty 23, Brooks Isaacs, J, W. Shousc and George Hubbard. A prize of fifty cents was offered to the child selling the most tick-! els and Betty Brooks Isaacs won this, bul instead of keeping the money she put It Into the P. T. A. uensury. i The room won two dollars at P. T. A. Wednesday, one for having the largest per cent of mothers present, the other for 100 per cent membership. This money will" be us;d to buy books. Miss Outlaw's room had charge of the assembly program Thursday nioinlng. George Hubbard sang a solo "Soap," accompanied at the piano by his slsler, Mildred Lou Hubbard. NSWERS Braagadocio lioben Summers, Trenton, Mlsi., is visiting relatives here. He arrived Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Nf...B. Lewis'and Mrs. Luther Cuiiner drove 10 Memphis Saturday to .shop. A large number from Braggadocio went to Stecle Sunday nf- lu'iicon lo hear (Cartels from Bly- thevillc and Paragould. A mad dog v.as .shot by Fi. I,. Dye Sunday. Raymond Long and Minard PMter spenl last week-end visit- ini; relatives In Steelc. tan (n 111'. PVRKN'RKP MTS pt-n PRANfK rtnil SPAIN' Thp (nliinin «ln,\\-ti is iHiftK Hl'SSlA trniijlii Huaiusi KS'fl LAND FKANfT. Tl'RKKV mirt SARDINIA In UK. CIMMKAN WAlt Bernic, Mo., were week-end; guests of Attorney and Mrs. Sharon J. Pntefl ai'j Mrs. Nina Pate, and other relatives. Sharon J. Pate spent Tuesday afternoon In New Madrid, Mo., on business. J. Ham Smith, of Sleele, Mo., was a buslnc-ss visitor here Monday afternoon, bringing • prisoner lie had been to Memphis to gtt. Atlornoy L. L. Bowman of ,Cape Giiardeau. Mo., '.vas a business visitor here McneJny. Attorney J. V. Com an of New Madrid, Mo., nMtiiilcJ tj legal- business here Tuesday. Duvle HL'iiclsrsun. an attovricy of Blytlievllle, Ark., was in this city Tuesday, attending to lo^al business. , lendants knocked a pane of glass' off and the plant grew anotlior eight feet. They expect It to TOW a full 20 fcet'bsfore bhjssmln" Cawthersville Society—Personal Attorney and Mrs. bam J. Cor- bctt had as their guests over the week-end, their son Sam J. Cor- Ijetl, Jr., and Calvin McMurray, both, of Greenville, Miss. ' Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edwards of Century Plant Grew Through Hot House Roof MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (UP) — • When (he century plant at the ! University of Minnesota c'addcd to j blossom recently, it sent a flower i;stalk through the roof of the grcsn- i tituse, and today n special anclos- ! urc has been built to protect it • from the frost. j The plant Is only 50 years old, [having been on-the campus for the I last 25 years. The flower stalk grew i until it touched the glass rotf. At- St. Frnncls of Assisi established, the custom of ringing tire Aii£,?lus. One Sure Way to End Coughs and Colds Persistent couulis and colds lead to ecrious trouble. You can slop them now witli CrcomuUion, un emulsilied creosote thai is pleasant lo lake. Creunmlsion is a new medical discovery with two-fold action; it soothes and heals the intbincd membranes and inhibits germ gromli. Of all known drugs, creosote is recognized by high medical authorities as one of the greatest healing agenciesforpcr- siHem coughs and coldaaiid oilier (onus of tluoal irouljles. Crcoinulaion contains, in addition lo creoso'.e, oilier licalinj; elements wliich soothe and heal the infected membranes and stop tiie irritation <ind inflammation, while the creosote goeson to Ihe stomach, is alsorbeil into the MooJ, attacks Ihe teat of the trouble and cli«tka the gnnvlli"a( tlie genns. Creoinnisioa is gn.-.rantew! satisfactory In the treatment of persistent couglisaml colds, bronchial asthma, hronchim and ether fnnns. of respiratory diseases, and ie excellent for huiidinjc «|i ihe system after cold* ur flu. Money refunded if ony couRJiorcohl.nonialterofhov/longsland- ing, is not relieved afier takingaccoriling iodirection*. AsiyoiirJrut'gisf. (AJv.) PONT MISS the THANKSGIVING GAME The Trade-Mark that has always pliiyccl : the Runic sijtturc and is .winning now as never before with True Quality at a Legitimate Price. A Polo Coat by Harl, SrlialTner & Marx will keep yon warm while you .-cheer for Blytheville. Raglan and Belied Styles? Sure! And Only 50 24' Will) ,72 Bench-Made Details NEW MEAD • CLOTHING CO. Chicks vs Humes Hi Holey field FURNITURE • . ' • ' "i of better quality-and lower price llian ever before. 1 Get our prices on Dining Room Fuv- nituve,. Stoves and Ranges. Quality considered, there <T'e iio belter ftiv- nittive vhlues niiywhorc limn aru ot'- Icrecl in thus store. GILLEN FURNITURE CO. Thursday, Nov. 24 2:30 O'clock A Message to the Team, r Win, lose or. draw,-.we merchants of Blytheville are Backing you 100 per cent. We know you are clean, hard fighters and genuine sportsmen; that in your defeats, as in your victories you give the best you have. Although you have been beaten by superior teams this season, there's no disgrace in honorable defeat. You are to be commended for your creditable,showing in the face of heavy odds. To those six young men who will play their last game for B. H. S. tomorrow we hope the game will be the best of your careers, and to the players who will carry on next season we wish you many well-earned victories. "Let's Go Blytheville" Miller-Crenshaw Co. Wholesale Meat Packers and Provisioners Blytheville, Ark. Compliments of A. S. BARBORO & CO. Phone 920 2nd & Rose Go Get 'Em, Chickasaws! III Edgar C. 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