PAGI TWO 81 HUB JILLS (AWC.) COT7SIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH T v ItM STARR GAZING 87 BETTYE NELL* STAEK Cnriw Men *•* Cirrnn»<««> Luther Burbank was born on this date in l gw . in Lancaster, Mass. The Niagara suspension bridge was opened on March 8, 18S5. U S. Civil Service Commission was organized on March 8, 1883 The last sea light of the Revolution ended on March 10, 1783. And Ihe Girl Scouts are chilking up their 44th anniversary on March 12 Your horn looter is buired with you when you die. Remember that when you're blowing: off. Nobody believes you in the first place. It only tends to make people think less and less of your true attributes and this comes from the pencil of yours truly. "Darling," is the popular form of address to a ,lot of folks who can't remember your name. injustice is relatively easy to bear; what really stings is justice. Somebody, not I, said we cannot live without lawyers—and certainly we can't die without them. Woodpeckers and lawyers have bills. So—it's better to go to him while you're living and cheaper too, Won't I hear from this??? The song writers are about to pick the teen-age gals to pieces. It's funny what a rut they get-into but just let somebody write a song about anything, then it's followed up with another song along the same lines. They've written . about the teenagers prayer, which to me, is sacrilegious, their dirty saddle oxfords, their dungarees, their sweaters, their pony-tails, and now tneir red petticoats. I'd like to offer a sqng title they haven't touched on yet. May I be the first to suggest, "The Starched Drawers Rock and Boll." That's the meaning, true meaning, of rocking and rolling. Did you ever wear a pair? Sure looks good to see daffodils and crocus in bloom. The first breath of spring: makes me feel like plowing up the earth. It's just too bad in youth we run into difficulties, in old age difficulties run into us. Quess when we get older nature steps in and reorganizes us for the benfit of the doctors and dentists and they don't sell a thing that looks like new back-hinges. to behold ts a rainbow. Ood, in making his covenant with Noah said: "I do set my bow in the cloud, and it shall be for a token of a covenant between me and the earth and it shall come to pass, when I bring a cloud over the eanh, that the. bow shall be seen in the cloud." A nice thing to remember. If you want to be sure your address won't smudge in damp weather, put a strip of transparent tape over it. In case the grocer is wondering why he sells out of cottage cheese i every day, it's because of the Mini?, diet which appeared in the March issue of Coronet. If you like cottage cheese, and pray who doesn't, eat eight ounces Ihree times a day *ith fruit and brother you can lose five pounds in two days, it says here in small print. I guess if I didn't tell things on myself I wouldn't have anything to fill up space. The other night Mr. and Mrs. Laney invited me to dinner. (I usually say supper out for this occasion I weakened.) His nephew, a lawyer from Camden (and also the ex-mayor) and a friend of his, who is a representative for International Paper Mills in Camden were the honored guests. They needed another one to make the plates come out even and, as I'm always available, I was invited to be that one. David Laney's house is running over with the most silver anybody could ever imagine. Has a perfect mania for buying all the English silver on the market. Well here I sat between the two big shots from Camden and the maid comes along with this silver contraption on legs that looked like a percolator. In my " company-manners polite- nses,, I said, "No thank you, I'm not drinking coffee," and I almost didn't get a hot roll. From now on I'll never turn down anything until the lid is raised. With Our Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity pledges at Arkansas State College have named Fred O. Wagner, Manila, as their class president. Sigma Phi Epsilon pledges have ejected Bob Ellington, Portagevllle, president, and Talmadge Holt, Manila, vice' president. Sigma Pi fraternity has elected Richard Ralph, Joiner, its junior treasurer, and Dexter West, Blytheville. historian. Among 20 Arkansas State College coeds named as candidates lor honorary cadet officers of the ROTC regiment are Jo Ann Baker, Manila; Jean Bell, Gideon; Carolyn Bookout, Caruthersville; Carmen Anne Gary, Blytheville; and Barbara Mumma. Senath. A wonderful discovery-psychona- lysis, makes quite simple people feel they have some sort of com- piex. Many a burning issue produces more heat than light. The problem of the middle class fe trying to save while spending a* much as the lousy rich. Almost every person you meet feels himself superior to you in some way., and a sure way to his heart, so Dale Carnegie once, said, is to let him realize that you recognize his importance. A professor is one who talks in someone else's sleep. They say the reason why so many women attend prizefight's nowadays is that they want to see some man get what's coming to him. When you hear a man say that poverty is a great thing for the character, the chances are that you're tuned in on a millionaire or someone who has just won the $64,000 question. Never put off until tomorrow what should have been done, early iu the seventies. Mrs. E. D. Beall, librarian, announced the following new books available at the Wilson Public Library: For Young- Children—True Book of Knights, Lewellen; I Live in so Many Places, Hengesbaugh; True Book of Airports and Airplanes, Lewellen; Manners to Grow on, Lee; True Book of Tropical Fishes, Broekel; True Book ,of Animals of the Sea and Shore, Podendorf. For Adults and Young People — Marriage is for Two, Strain; Jezebel, Wilson; Green Pond, Brandon; World Almanac for 1956; The Shady Land, Warren. College students visiting at home over the week end included Jean Greenwell, Baylor University, Waco, Texas; Wendell Dorman, Arkansas State Teachers College, Conway, Geraldine Bufltin, Billy Joe McAfee, and Rudolph Whiteside, Arkansas State College. Mary Alice McWaters it one of eight freshmen women lit tha University of Mississippi with grade point avenges of 4.5 (B- plus) or better ind has been invited to membership in Alpha Lambda Delta, scholastic honor society. Miss McWaters is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. -McWaters, of Blytheville. She was salvtatorlan of her 1955 graduating class at Blytheville High School. She is a regional scholarship holder at Ole Miss, majoring in education. Beryle Bevill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Bevill, of Route 3, appeared on the student recital program, Feb. 2fl, at the University of Mississippi. She sang a Mozart selection. She is president of Sigma Alpha iota, honorary music fraternity. She represented the Independent Organization in the Parade of Favorites this year. She was also the accompanist last semester for the modern dance group and the tap dance group. Danny .Cpbb. freshman student at Transylvania College, Lexington, Ky., has been named to the permanent roster of- the college choir. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Jr., 1063 Hearn St. He is a graduate of Blytheville High School, where he was a member of the choir, Beta Club, journalism staff and was active in sports. He is a pre-theology major and is pledged to Phi Kappa Tau fraternity. On the College of Business Administration honor roll at the Uni versity of Arkansas is Elmore Parks Jones Jr., of Monette. Charlene Pierce has been chosen to portray the part of James, son of Alpheus, in the annual Easter pageant at Mary Hardin-Baylor College, Belton, Tex. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. P:erce, of Biytheville. Straight VA" students st Arkansas State College's fall semester honor roll included Marilyn Jean Stires, of Blytheville. Others on the honor roll, which requires 2.25 grade average out of a possible 3 average, include Vttch'ell Bailey. Blytheville; L. Vada Bryant, Osceola; Sylvia Joan Cooper. Cooler; Billy A. Edwards, Blytheville; Charles E. Prankum, Blytheville; Robert C. Martin, GRINDING GIZZARDS In birds, gizzards take the place of teeth for grinding food. The seed-eaters, such as chickens and canaries, also eat stones and gravel to help the grinding process. The man who first called it the "easy" payment plan was mighty i careless with his adjectives. "Easy payments" are in- the same class; with "painless extractions." j I'll bet the same fellow invented : toe telephone booth, the breakfast nook and upper berth. One of the most beautiful sights Sun Vertikal Panel Drapes Linen-Nylon-Plastic Phone 3-4863 for Free Estimates Hope Young Blytheville, Ark. 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Horn* of Suddtn S*rvie«" HutMii * Broadway Ph. 3-8191 NAMED EDITOR — Ronald Jean (Buddy) Phillips, of Blythe- vijle, has been named editor of the "A-Book", student handbook at the University of Arkansas, for : 1956. Phillips will edit the edition furnished to students on the campus next fall. He is the son of Wendell M. Phillips, of Blytheville, a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences. He is majoring in journalism. Luxora; Sue C. Orsburn, Blytheville; Patsy Ann Yarbro. Blytheville; and Robert W. Yates, Wilson. PLASTERING Patching or Complete Jobs STUCCO WORK WATERPROOFING Phone 3-8S79 for Free Estimate Herschell Besharse Amf So to SAN DIEGO. Caltt. (J! — An earthquake caught BUI Browning, an announcer >t KPMB radio, In lot middle of a bed commercial. "And," he concluded, "it's a good place to be when an earthquake striket." Many of hi» «:Jl a.m listener* were. 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