The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 27, 1956 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 27, 1956
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER With Our (J Roy Lee McKay, of Biytheville, was included on the University of Texas College of Arts and Sciences fall semester honor roll, summa cum laude. University. of Mississippi Players' presentation of "Pride and Prejudice" recently included Howell Boyd, of Blytheville, in the cast. His performance was called a " portrayal" of one of the major characters by the Ole Miss Department of Public Relations. Jo Alice McGuire, of Blytheville. was one of 18 University of Arkansas coeds tapped for membership in Mortar Board, the women's leadership honorary, at the annual Spring Festival - recently. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene D. McGuire and is a junior in the College of Agriculture and Home Economics. In an election of officers. Wayne Newson, of Caruihersville, was named secretary of Sigma Phi Ep- sllon fraternity at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro. On the honor roll at Arkansas A. and M. College, College Heights, for high scholarship was Joe Whis- enhimt. of Blytheville. An average of a "B" grade or higher is required. Donna,Newsom. Leachville; Mildred Johnson, Manila; Jean Bell, Gideon; D. L. Bailey, Blytheville; Shirley Newson, Leachville; and Charles Butler. Kennett, were among Arkansas State College singers who appeared in a mixed choral group on WMCT television in Memphis last Saturday. It was the third choral group fvom the Jonesborb college to appear on the station this year. Carl Lacy, Caruthersville, served as a committee chairman for the Arkansas State College ROTC regimental ball held last week. Charles A. Kinningham and James L. Lucius, of Blytheville, are two of 42 Mississippi State College students who will be commissioned lieutenants in the Army reserve in May. Both will serve as artillery officers. Pentls Cartee. of Hayti, has been elected reporter of the Arkansas State College chapter of Future Farmers of America. Sam Lum, a freshman from Blytheville, was one of 100 students in the college of Engineering at the University of Arkansas to make the honor roll for the fall semester. Jonesboro. Charlene Belle Pierce, of Blytheville, is a student at Mary Hardin- Baylor college, Belton, Tex., tihs semester. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Pierce and is a senior elementary education major. Jean Williams, freshman from Poriagevllle, is the first girl to major in pre-veterinary work at Arkansas State College, Jonesboro. Caruthersville News Salary increases are planned for the Caruthersville school system. The minimum salary for 1956-57 for teachers with four years of col- leeg training is $3,000. The Board of Education has decided to make an over-all increase averaging 5500 a year. But when the raise becomes effective teachers' salaries in Caruthersville will still be more than $400 below' the average in AAA rated schools of Missouri and over $1,000 under the average salaries in some surrounding states, according to D. A. Cobble, city superintendent. Qnder auspices of DeMolay chapters from Caruthersville, Sikeston and the Mineral Area, a DeMolay chapter at Columbia. Mo., will be re-instituted May 18, it has been announced by Sherman Aberaathy, formerly of Caruthersville and now of Columbia? The Columbia chapter forfeited TUESDAY, MARCH IT, 1»M CANCER CONTROL WORKERS — Speakers at a meeting attended by almost three dozen persons interested in the Pemiscot County chapter of the American Cancer Society at Caruthersville are shown here. Hugh Tistadt of Caruth- .ersville was selected county chairman of the April 'fund raising campaign at the meeting. Pictured are (left to right): Dr. S. B. Beecher, Caruth- ersvtlte, county health officer; C. W. Meinershagen, Jefferson City, a member of the State Health Department; Mrs. Julia Hageman Morgan, Dexter, field representative of the state division of the cancer society; Harry M. Dawdy, Jefferson City, executive vice president of the society's Missouri division, and W. W. Chism, Hayti, district chairman of the cancer society. (Photo by Sanden) its charter in 1950. The two-volume memoirs of former President Harry S. Truman ed president of the Parent-Teacher Association. Other officers are Mrs. Bill Bradshaw, first vice president; 'Mrs. Howard Phillips, sec- are now on the shelves of the Pub- j ond vice president: Mrs. Horace lie Library of Caruthersville. They were purchased several weeks ago and J. T. Ahern, chairman of the library board, sent the books to Mr. Truman for-his personal autograph. While one book bears a simple autograph, the other reads, "To the Public Library of Caruthersville, Mo., with a hope that people will read the book. 3-15-56, Harry S. Truman." Mrs. W. F. 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HEAT MASTER WATER HEATERS NUTONE FANS- HOODS CHIMES RENT A RAMSET TOOL FOR SALE Used Furniture & Appliances Wt Con Sav« You Money Caih or Terms ALVIN HARDY FURNITURE CO. 113 E. Main Phone 2-2302 Dunagan, secretary; Mrs. Vernon Porter, treasurer, and Mrs. H. T. Simpson, historian. ' - on the lawn of the County Court House here. New trees have been planted and old ones have been cut down. The spring revival is now underway at First Christian Church of Caruthersville, The Rev. Gilbert Schreibef of Maiden Is evangelist IN THE CKANCERT COURT FOR THE CHICEASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS William a. Turner, Pltf. vs. No. 13,945. Christine Bennett Turner, Dft. WARNING ORDER The defendant, Christine Bennett Turner, Is hereby warned to ap- pear within thirty days In the court named In the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, William G. Turner. Dated this the 19th day of March, 16M. SEAL OERALDINB L1STON, Clerk. By DONNA SIMMONS, D. C. Wm. S. 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