The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 25, 1948 · Page 1
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 1

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 25, 1948
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FAK TWO Pupils'Training Needs Studied Schoolmen Rotations ' At Tyrone* Lwiteritott i W. B. Nicholson, superintendent of -the Blythtville Schools, and K p. lew*, coordinator of the Adult Voe«tton»l ' Training activities of BlythertUe and the high sohool »«re gpetken »t the Tyronw Rol- ary Club »t theJr luncheon meet- in* In th* Methodtst Church In Tyronia, y«terd»y. Mr. Nicholson, speaking on "Dis- oorering and Satisfying High School 8tud«nU Training Needs." pointed out that 30 per cent of the students know when they enter high school that they will go to college •'O percent know^ that they will not and the remaining 60 percent of th« student* are toward whom the training program should be directed. "Th« school that makes no attempt to discover the abilities and Interest* of this undecided 60 percent 1» not serving the children or the community In general," Mr. Nlcholwm stated. "Pre-Apprentlce and In-service Training Problems" were discussed by Mr. Lewis. H« described the alert high Khool a* one which cooperates with the business establishments in giving practical instructions to the atudents who were planning to enter full time gainful projects upon graduation. He cited Blytbe- ville and the recent night course In which 13 down-town store managers and workers completed B course In advertising lettering and ahow card writtlng. Mr. Lewis explained to the Rotarians that both federal and slnle funds were available to .set up ihort unit courses for adult education courses, even though there was no co-ordlnator or vocational guidance worker employed us such by the school. Some 35 members of the TVI-OIHM Rotary Club and their guests heard the addresses given by the two Blythevilie school men. Arkansm Lion* Club Elects District Officer* LITTLE ROCK, Ark., May 25 <« p >—Arkansas Lions Club had new leaders today following the rneeUng of th» three districts at Little Rock. The new governor of District TA fc John Henley of Forrest Citv at r*rtrtct TR i, A. D. Mason of Camden and of District K IsThHd Kowdw of Fayettevlllc. Jim ' Tucker of Harrison was named u Arkansas' candidate for «• int«mattonal organization's board of directors, to be selected at N«w Tot* City in July. The state Lions organization went ?? r ?£ or<1 ,J" ""'or of removing th. 18 mIN restriction on school UXM and called for greater re- llgloiM efforts on the pnrt of Arkansas. Short Shift Here'i th* latest la Uthioni for dreaming. Thii ihortr nightgown, rectntly displayed In Chicago, i. reporter b*ttd on «- porti of such creations in L»n« Turnar'j trouwwu. Truman SM^S Funrfj for Higher Vet,' f ay WASHINGTON; May 25 <UP>- Pretldent Truman asked yesterday • lor an additional $310.122.000 for the 12 months starting j,,i y ! to Pay the new htgher living allow- ancet for veterans in school CongreM recently approved a new scale of subsistence payments running as high as »120 per month. The top formerly was WO. Mr. Tru- Mnt » hljl request for extr « to Rouse speaker Joseph W. n, jr. .v 1 * 5 -,, 5 ?" 1 w " exlra sum *'" ooost the Veterans Adminlstratlon'-s budget for veterans readjustment benefits In fiscal 1949 from $1,918 905 000 to |2,2»,027,000. Little River Twp. Commirteemen's Suit Dismissed Special Chancellor Herbert McAdams of Jonesboro yralcrdny ruled thai the Mississippi County Chancery Court doe» not have Jurisdiction lo try a suit brought bv two members of the Mississippi County Democratic Committee against the committee questioning the naming of three additional commltteemen In that township. The ruling was made. In the Osceola Division of the chancery court on a demurrer to the complaint, and Clnude F. Cooper, attorney for' the plaintiffs, Ed Brown and W A Matlieny, said that lie would appeal the decision lo the Arkansas Supreme court. He also said that he plans to file „ new complaint raising the same Issues in Circuit Court The two commltteemen allege that the county committee lacked authority to appoint three additional commltteemen to serve from that •t the com- jfclected by •ft o regu- The spe- •«•*••.•.• uwufTi^i^t the RC- tlon should have, been brought in circuit court, and not In ctiancery court. Woman it Appointed >f Member of FCC WASHINGTON, May 25—(UP)— i Trlcda B. Hennock was nominated j by President Tnimnn todny to be R member of the Federal Communications Commission for a seven- year term beginning July 1, Miss Hemlock, a New York City attorney, Is the llrst woman to be named to the FCC. ' She was nominated to replace Clifford J. Durr who declined reappointment. Read Courier Newi Wimt Ads. Treat Yourself To a Cool Porch COOLMOR PORCH SHADES Relax and rest — right on your own porch. Get Coolnior porck Shades— the only shade that has exlra aid spaces for eoBptet. ventilation. So good looking, too, in their »tf two-ton* colors that match your porch accessories. tnjoy summer on your porch with Coolmor Porch Aakfor prices of size you n«*d. £*!•«*: Two Ton« Green, Charles S. Lemons, Furniture Furniture 1 succ TUWDAY, MAT M, MM CHADS FROM i.trr TO KMHTI lit Row Miss Luna WUhelas, gpooior, Tinn Carwllt Bui! Shaver Catherine Graham Mary Morgan Vernell O'Neal Joann McGregor Helen Seymore Dorothy Wrluht Irene Ferguson Evelyn Cunningham Mis« Bettye Jane Boyd, Mporttor ^ tnt Raw Ann Oir Jan« Hatcher Ernestine Flagg Audrey Nell Waltow Juonila Eberdt Louise Turner Opal McDcrmott Mary Stalllngs Kvelyn Bunn Wllma Fondren 3rd How Peggy VanWlnkl* Dorothy Lum Doris Abbott Carolyn Wad« Betty Snltler Margaret Mitchell Tommye Lorraine Wcll« Georgia Dnvis Llllle M«e McDermott" Ma Switt B.H.S. GIRL GRADUATES OF 1948 ' 5M. FBOM twrr re mow Ann Cathoy Betty J« Billie Jane Rodger* Jantn* Andenon Katherin* Wwtbroo* Barbara Monaghatt Julia. •wink Maxint Lendennit Betty Ball Ina Carwil* Leta ROM CaatMo June Buchanan Peggy Flee ma B Sue Wldner Edna Overmn, < Thelma Rice Florence Needham Othera not hi Hct« t Peggy Ann Barker Jimmle Frances Clemona Arden Ferguson Ruth Hooper Marian Maye> Mildred Ann Short Miss Prances Bowen, Bpooaor We, who have known you graduates all your life feel proud, yes, and a little sad as we watch you leave your classrooms behind and go forward tqadulthood and responsibility Sad be cause you have grown up, but proud, too, that your record is so fine ... that you are capable of taking the world in your stride. Once again, we are happy to present each girl member of the senior class with a genuine LANE m.niature cedar chest as a token of the-fine class record the 1947 group leaves at BHS. , Smart girls go far GIVE HER A LOVELY Cedar Hope Chest in SEVENTEEN and L1FI At » For Ih, Girl Grorf uo >., W3 ..,.«.piwri No. 2231 o&ov«, $S9.9S of H.r M.«rt'< D«dr« Girl gradj today fc now what ,. want. Most all of them want a beauti- <ul Lane Hope Ch«t. And no wonder! This romantic gift does so much to make d«am.< come true. Chooje on. of our popular r.ant C-rfir Chests for jour g,rl graduaie. It W JJJ have all lh« exclusive feacure, ,ha, make « L,n. ime possession. Come in, joon. with matched sets of Samsonite Luggage For .he si ( r thM , HT.M Other LANE Chests Priced $49.95 — $69.95 to $100.00 See them at your AUTHORIZED LANE DEALER CHARLES S. LEMONS Furniture

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