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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 29, 1931
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if >ACB TWO BLYTHEVILLE,. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 1031' Society Calendar Thursday Mrs. Hairy W. mines Is hostess i to the UW-Weok Bridge club. : The Young UpUons club Is meeting with Mrs. C. E. Atkinson. Mrs. W. M. McKenzlo will have the Thursday Lun6hcon club. The Jewish Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs. Roland Wol- forl. Frid»y ' .. Tile American Legion Luxlllaiy ', will have its "Mothers-Daughters" meeting at the Woman's club with Mcsdames J. Ncal acscll,-M. A. Isaacs and W. D. Clnanblln jr., as hostesses. Saturday •'. There will bo a slory hour for '.- children at the library at 10:30 o'clock. • • • Club Metis The Tuesday Contract, club met with. Mrs. Floyd A. White this week for the usual bridge game. For the ' occasion her home was lovely with spring blossoms. Mrs.. M. A. Isaacs won the club prize, hosiery, and the only guest, Mrs. Lawrence Foley, was present ud a handkerchief. 'Tne hostess'served a frozen salad with 'sandwiches, wafers and coffee. . . . .. .*. • !*. -— •Has Club Mrs., R. S. .Carmen entertained the new Tuesday Bridge club this her home, on North Fifth street.-. . ." . ; Spring flowers wero prettily arranged for the two tables. Miss Katherlnc Lawler won tlio prize, a dance-.handkerchief. Tlie.hostess served a pineapple dessert with cake and Ice lea. . • + » Club Has Night Parly . M£iiibcrs~ol" the Young Matrons Bridge club, their husbands and : Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Caucllll were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Atkinson last evening for the usual monthly evening bridge parly of this club. Iris and- other spring blossoms decorated the tw6 rooms thrown open lor the four tables. Mrs. Malt Monaghan Jr., won the ladies prize, bath powder, and a tie went to J. Neal Gcsell for the men's award. Mr. Caudill received cards Tor high guest. An ice course ' vfas served • with tailed nuts. • • • ' To Have Dinner Members or <-l rlie" J FIfst,"Mclhodlsl church who have become Gold Cross members will be guests at u It's Plaid to be Seen Bits of N Mostly Personal Lavishly Chic, though Scotch, Is this plaid blouse in two tones or green on gray linen crash which Is the perfect accompaniment to this green sports suit ol skirt and sleeveless coat. The gob turban Is green, with a woven gray crown. dinner Thursday evening, Iti 'social room of the church. Osceola Society—Personal Tliis will be the beginning of n formal drive for funds to be contributed to this fund, a new work in the church. The woman's missionary society Is sponsoring the project. • * » Club Entertained Mrs. George Muir was hostess to the Tuesday Luncheon club this week when she also,entertained Mrs. Earl Koontz, Mrs. Marvin Robinson and Mrs. Louis Greene. Tulips formed an attractive centerpiece for the table arranged for a two course menu. t • In the contract bridge games Mrs- W. D. Chamblin jr., won the club prize and the guest award went to Mrs. Koontz. . Both received handkerchiefs. « * * Class Has M«tin s ' The Pidells' Sunday school class of the First Baptist church met at the class room last evening (or the nmothly business nje'etlng. Mrs. M. C. Outlaw wa 'selected first vice president replacing Mrs. W. G. Maxwell who 'resigned because of Illness. Mrs. Hcrschcl Smart and Mrs- S. R. Smllh were elected group captains for group 3 and f>. In the contest for Attendance, Mrs. Ben Miller and 'Mrs. lit Crawford were elected captains. It was planned to have all members attend Sunday school if possible and Mrs. Frank Henley is In charge ol obtaining transportation for those who desire It. • * » Wcrld Club Meets, .The World Club and the World . Children's circle of Ihe Lake Slreet Melhodlst church met yesterday afternoon at the church with 16 present. Mrs. Adrian Church and Mrs. C. L. Orrell arc in charge ol Ihe group. Games wero pliycd and slorics told of the children of Korea. Mrs. M. L.. Simmers was elected chairman of the literary department ol the Osccolu Womciu Progressive club at Hie meeting held at the country home of MrsV John While north of Osccola yesterday afternoon, and Mrs. Oco. Edrhig- ton was re-elected secretary Completing a study of the text, "The New World ot Physical Discovery," the program Included pipers by Mis, G. B. Scgraves on "The . i;lsc\of Elcctrlclly," and by Mrs.' W.^feJ Hunt on "The Nature ol Things." At Ihe next meeting llio department will take vp the study of a-nciv text, "The English Speaking Nations." Delicious refreshments were served following the lesson. The Baptist Womtuis Missionary Union met Monday afternoon at home of Mrs. Ada Butler for the regular monthly business meeting The devotional service was led by Mrs. Ida Tucker, and Ihe members decided on tbe text, "intercessors Prayer," for their next study course » • » Circle meetings or the Method- iS/ee/c Society—Personal 1st Women's Missionary society were held Monday allernoon. Circle A met wilh Mrs. John Whilworth with Mcsdamcs J. A, Plgg, B. n. Moore and Lcc Maxwell as co-hostesses, Delicious refreshments were served following a business session and a delightful social hour followed. Twenty-four members were present. Circle B met at the hoi".c si Mrs. Margaret Hale wllh Mrs. John R. Miller nnd Mrs. J. I,. Ward also hostesses. Refreshments were served following a business session and i ocial hour. • • « M. L. Sumners, acliyc vice prcs- idenl ot the Bank ot Osccola. is in Little Hock attending the meeting ot the State Bankers Association. Rev. Ell Myers, pastor of the Pirsl Methodist church oi Osccola, accompanied by Mrs. Myers, will attend the Joncsboro Dislrict conference ot Methodist churches at Joncsboro tomorrow, in Joncsboro. Members of the Womans Missionary society ol the First Methodist church who attended the district missionary conference In Bly- thevillc yesterday include Mesdames C. N. I'acc. A. S. Rogers. George Abrey, G. B. Segraves. C. M. Maxwell, S. M. Hodges. John W. Kd- ringlon. Maggie Barbiers, Emma Mr. and Mrs Louis Broflks shopped In Blythcville, Mondfiy. Miss Mildred Talc spent last week end as the guest of Miss Eva Hopkins. Mr. and Mrs. Ncwberry Johnson motored to Blytheville Saturday night for a visit willi friends. Miss Gertrude Hudgcns of *Cnr- ulhersvlllc silent. Sunday with Miss Ruby Spencer. v ' Mrs. Bob Williams and infant daughter, Bellie Joe, went to Memphis Friday where Settle Joe underwent a minor operation at a hospital there. She Is rapidly improving. Mr. William Low-cry of Truman, Ark., is the guest ol Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lowury. Mrs. Uuth Lawhorn and son, Junior, and Miss Eunice GulhrUi «!>cnt last Sunday with relatives at Black Oak ,A'k. Mr. and Mrs. Fcyelte Cupples Albert Woody, Wesley Johnson nnd M!s.scs Jiillcltc Frank, .and Inez Still attended a show at Bly- llicville Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Charley Jenkins and children Harry and Kathline nnd Mrs. Mundy Deeding were the guests of Mrs. Daisy Becdlng at Kcnnctt, Sunday. Mr. A. T. Earls and son,' A. J. James G. Coston, of Osccola, attended lo business here today. Mrs. £al B Harrison, >vlio underwent a major operation at the Memphis Methodist hospital, is now convalescing at her country home on the South highway. The Rev. and Mrs. Waylan, of Ihe Pmagould dlslrict of the i'aragould dslrlct of the Method- lit, churches, attended the annual district meeting ol the Joncsboro dlslrict of women's missionary so clelles here yeslcrday. C. A. Lcggett has returned to hk home In Oxford, Miss., after a vlslv wilh his son, C. W- Leggett and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. 8am Man a It und bon have returned from a visit li Iowa City, Iowa. Mrs. Hives Allen went to.Jones boro yesterday to be with Mr. Alien who Is transacting business-,there- tills week. M. A- Isaacs was a business vis itor In Memphis yesterday. The Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Bump ers, ot Manila, attended the dls trlct meeting here yesterday a the Flist Methodist church. Mrs. James B. Clark, president o the local Delphian chaplov has returned from Lillle Rock wher she attended the stale Delphiai assembly. She was accompanie by Mayor and Mrs. Nelll Reed wh visited relatives and Mrs. W. Leor Smith and son, Jack, who went or to Pine Bluff for a visa with relatives. They have also feturri- cd. Mrs. James B. Clark will go', to Memphis tomorrow lo to with her niece who underwent an operation. Maxlno Reid, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Mat B. Reid, is ill from scarlet lever- ' "'' Mrs. C. D. Smith, of Pine Blu(f, la the guest ot her niece, Mrs 'W: Leon Smith, and family, for several weeks. Mrs. Ada. Branch, of Holly Grove, Ark., Is the hduseguest of Mrs. Eva T. Morrison and Mrs. Virginia Keck for a week. The Rev. and Mrs. Marsh M- of irf 4 I -DOlt'T (•MM) t-XPECTEQ ;. -To .''.-£. - WPCTI- A 4 uptctto ro to WfViMl 1 LIKE: News of the BIytlieville Schools were visitors in Blythcville, Sunday. Austin Ellis and David Spencer transnclcd business at Charlcslon, Friday night. Woody and Wesley Johnson visited in Caruthctsvillc, Sunday. Sidney Kinmlgham and- Dan Webster ot Blythcville accompanied by Misses Golden Marshall and Ruth Snow of this-city molored to Oiceola Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs Dixie Crawford of Blylhevllle were guosts of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hanlcy, Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. A. Croft and Mrs. Sims Michlc broadcasted a program over KLCN at Blylhc- vllle. Sunday afternoon. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. C. Bcasley and grandson, Joe Marion Michlc, have returned from Ft Meyers, Fla., where (hey spent Ihe winter. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. Max Kelly molded to Blytlicvillc, Sunday. Misses Christine Whllfield and Helen Marshall of Memphis spent last week end with their parents here. They attended the animal Alumni btinnuct at the high school Friday night. Callaway spent yeslerday hi Mem phts. . • " . Mrs. T. J. Mahan, Mrs. Byron Morse and Mrs. James., H. Bell spent Tuesday In Memphis- Misses Ferdy Merton and Aimer B Boyd spent yesterday In Memphis. Mr. and,Mrs. J. A. Perdue, of Pine Bluff, were guests of their daughter, Mrs. W. Leon Smilh, and family lust night, having accompanied Mrs. Smith and son home from several days stay with them. Upon their return loday they were accompanied by Mr. Smllh who will also go to iwlnts of Mississippi before returning home. Justin and James Tidwell, sons of Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Tidwell, who were injured In an automobile accident ten days ago, have recovered.' Ju&tin Tidwell was able to return to Joncsboro college, Joncsboro, yesterday. C. W. Afflick is attending to Juslness in Chicago- Mrs. Frank Smith jr., has returned to her home In Memphis after three decks stay with her sis- ler, Mrs. Ir,\ Crawford, and Mrs. Buford Jenkins. W. B. Tanner Is attending to business in parts of Louisiana. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech, Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry went lo Little Rock today for a brief visit Paul Iloiie, son of the Rev. and Mis. P. Q. Roric, underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Memphis Baptist hospital today. The He:v. -Mr. Rorie will return Sudbury School The 6B pupils are practicing their play, -Strawberry Red," to be given next week for assembly. Tlic mothers of the 86 class are Invited to attend the program. As a'means of creating more in- lercst in the Arithmetic classes, the 4D pupils have had two contests. Twelve of the 4B "fasts" played 12 of the 5B "slows" in Division. The 4B made the Highest, scores. Enthusiastic over :helr success,- they next challenged he 6A "slows" and again won Iho highest scores. Both contests were enjoyed'by the pupils. LeRoy Brown, in the 6B grade made an Interesting report on one ol Mark Twain's boosk April 17, 1931. James Wood, Earl Hood, Leah Frances Parsley, and Roberta Graham made interesting book reports In the 6A April 171, 1931. The 4A room is planning a nature hike soon. The 4 A'room was glad to have Joyce SOUUTS and Kathryn Lavaty, on the honor roll this month The 4A room regrets that Alice Jane Hester cannot continue in, school due to ill health. The following students of the 4A grade have a perfect attendance record: Carl Blackard, Raymond Cole, Tommte Tucker, Virginia Brown, Louise Keller, Helen Lovelace, Josephine Saliba- Judge Barham made an inter esting talk at the Assembly period of , the Sudbury School Monday morning at 3:30. He kept the chtl drcn laughing at'his witty jokes but in between jokes he sandwiched many worthwhile thoughts tor the goort of the group. The following Is a story written by 'a pupil ol 3A grade after a Birthplace of Telephone j Being Demolished BOSTON. (UP)—The birthplace of the telephone is being demolished here. In Its later years the four-story building, nn Court street near Scollay Square, was known as the Old Palace Theater, but In 1815 it housed tla attic laboratory where Alexander Graham Bell invented tlic telephone. It was there that Bell made tire first telephone call in history, with his partner, Thomas A. Edison, on the other end of tlic wire In another part of the building. Biickcy and Eli Myers and Mrs. Myers' daughter, Mrs. Waller Pcr- |khw. who is her guest. Morris Weslbrook returned to his home In Bctilon. Ark.. Monday after a week-end visit hero \vith~Miis Lydia-McCorVey. Mrs. A L. Jordan of Cooler was Miss Viva Henley of New home tonight while Mrs. Roric will remain at his bedside. Ills condition ts very good. visit with relatives at OJiUcii, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tann.i anf sitler. Miss Wiulnd Hamra and Mr and Mrs. N. Khourl attended llu. Imifrnl of a relative, at Ulbo'irn Teim., Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Richie motored to Hayli Sunday night to hear IK: Dr. Pepper quartette. Mrs. Duncan, wife of the Her W. M. Dimcnn died Tuesday morning after A long illness. Luxora Music Pupils Presented in Recital LUXORA. Ark.—Friday evening at the high school auditorium, Miss Dorothy Brown presented her music pupils In a recital. Twenty children took part. Some were from Kclscr whore Miss Brown teaches a class, mid several numbers were rendered by ihe kiddles' band and the high school glee club. a visitor here. Wednesday. Miss Martha, Brown spent bst week end wllh her parents at New Survey. Mr. L. W. Zahner ar.d children and Mr. and Mrs. Me C lure were the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs- Fred Davis at Bragg City. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hodges of St. Ix>uls spent lasl week end with their son. George and Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Earls ol this city. Miss Elsie Dfiiiton silent last week end.w111! Miss Marion Wright, o fnear Cooler. Chas York, Harold Slcelr. nnd Misses Josephine Holly and Ruby Barker were vlsillng friends at •*. <*- EGGS ItEPLACE MONEY BLUE MOUNTAIN, Miss., (UP) — Bccause> of the over-production of eggs here they were used In place of monsy for admission to a theater here. The charge was one dozen eggs lor adults and eight lor children. ' Hospital Notes James N. White, city, .was admitted to the Blythcville hospital today- ""Read Courier News want ads. vcy siwnt last week end as tin guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Otis Fowler Mr. and Mrs James Phillips o Hoi Springs arrived Monday to be wilh Ihc lallcr's mother who \va: seriously 111 and who ivisscd .i,v,ij Tuesday morning. Among Ihosc who allcndod tin Odd Fellows and Rebecca cornm lion Monday were: Mr. ar.d Mrs Mcrvin Wells. Mr. and Mrs. o. V Wells,. Mcsdames Clarence I-iuv dcrburk and Roy Marshall am Mr. J II. Morgan. George L. Dycus, Senalor Bur rcss and Chester Burham of car uthcrsville, Mr. and Mrs. John Me Clure, Maybcllc Zahner ami 1.0; Sunday. j hie Earls were vislling In Misses Jewell Petty ami Evalyn I vllle Sunday evening. Frakcs spent last week end wilh Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Blvciis of Caruthcrsvillc. Mr. and Mrs. John McClure sixmt last week with their parents al Cooler. Mrs. A. L. Jordan ol Cooler vls- llcd relatives here Monday while Misfcs Golden Marshall nl , Ruth Snow spent last week c:i wllh Miss Snow's parents al liij tlicvllle. They were accompjuic. home by Misses Myrtle Hood. Ifcl en Grimes, Marie McLcort. Ircr. Eaton, Verlic ?now and Dan UTii stcr of Blylhcville. cnrcute to Caruthorsvtllc- | Mrs. M C. Thompson sjitiu \-. Miss Mary N. Carr and Miss i woe with her daughter, Mrs j Naomi Waters lefl Tuesday for a'Young. rip to the park. . "The Hike"—Thursday afternoon we went out ot (he park. As we valked out the gravel road the s»,ridi fell like I the desert. Jarfl Friar and Doris Delk, made one imidred In spelling every day last nonth. The following fifth grade children were neither absent nor tardy duruig the past month: Bill Godwin, Wenford Kinics, Emory McDonald, Thomas Seay. John Allan Blair, Gilbert Hammock, Emir.ctt Ecay, Sarah Pauline Evrard, Geneva Graves, Charlyne McLeod, ;lnisUne Turner, Bessie Sue Arwood, Jewel Brcoks, Patty June Davis, Genola McLeod. school is Tory proud of the record made by her contestants in the Picttiie Memory Contest I'.el tlSaturday April IB at the junior high school. The following children entered tlic contest: Sarah Pauline Evrnrd, Bessie Sue Arwood, Wyema McDonald, and Pauline Maloiu had perfect scores. The library requirements for the elementary schools have been raised Hits year, and - Lange School needs the following list ot books. If you have any of these books, and would care to contribute them, they would be greatly appreciated. During the language or conversation period, the first grade children tell ol their own experiences. These items are organized, written on Ihc board and called their newspaper. The following is a sample/ copy:. ..... i . "First^Grade News" • • "'• Today is Thursday, April 23. The sun is shining, but it is cold. We nre afraid Bobby Peterson's and Vernon Thomas' gardens will freeze. Harold Dean Robertson has moved to town, Ihey brought their old cow "Rose" with them, but they left "Sugar Lumps" calf on Ihc farm. Irving Shirley Is afraid the Easter rabbit will not come next year, because her old cat brought in a rabbit that had been killed and she thinks lhat It was the Eastci rabbit. Linn Jackson may feed Iho fish. Emma Lou Crawford may water the plants. Theima Scott may take care of ihe library books.- When we drew our stories today, we (houglil Sherry Wlnfords was the prettiest. We thought A. C. Smith modeled the besl circus parade, from clay. The Irtnge and Sudbury school basketball learns have b?cn in a series ol games. Lange school will get the loving cup as it lost only one game in the series. ; Homer Smith Vent to Memphis Wednesday to the picture. -Little America". He made an interesting talk about it in school the next (lay. Lavon Luttrcll brought a bird house--to school Wednesday. It is made from a cypress root. His brother in junior high made Some of Ihc 1'ouiiU grade boys arc planning to make some like it. back after two weeks illness of tho i flu. . :-; 4 ' The 8A1 class had an nsramhly program April lu. The -high •- iciicol track meet entrants • gave . their .selections. First WHS .' the Sit!:; Trio and Girls' Reading by ;. Marion Coo'.oy. Some grade.-pu-. pils put on a play about "Flag ; • Maker;:." James Terry gave the lite of a famous musician. :: The 7A1 group of Junior High School had a home i-oo:n program. .Wednesday on "Neatness." Tnere'?-'-' • \vss a scripture reading by Misj '-' •Hughes. There following |>ypjijj.\" tcok pail on the program:. D.yme' 1 - S-'. tra Oldham, Jtxldie Shepherd','-." Paulino Fowler, Margaret Crincr. •' • On Tuesday April 21, Hi? SA1..,'- class had a de-bate on Resolved;- 1 -'.: That Lindberghs Flight Acrsss«Jhe " Atlantic Ocoan Was More Danr; gcrons than the Voyage of Columbus. The affirmative side vrpiV Morris Thompson is ill at his home. Rose Hollis says something pullcti off the tail of one of Iheir gold rosier and James Long sat down! fish. We think a cat must have o take olf their shoes to get the sand out when a big boy smeared mud on their faces. When we got to the bridge we wanted lo calch some tad|x>!cs. Ye saw a good many but did not Eel any. Whi!o we were looking we saw a hen in the water. She seemed to swim from Ihe bank to he other side. We went on out to the park where We saw a snake. We looked at the trees, v,-rote down their names, gathered flowers and ate our lunches. All of us had a good. :imc and would like lo go otit again. Students from grade six A made four dollars nnd fifty cents durng Lhe. second and third weeks of April selling candy lo Oliver student.'; in the school. Tlic purpose in selling candy is to finish paying ' for a set of the New World Books. At the present they owe two dollars and sixty llvo ccnls. At their present rate in selling It will be only a short time they finish paying for their books. The Girls Scouts enjoyed a picnic' Wednesday. Wo walked to Ruddle's Park. Played games and enjoyed a menu of various sandwiches, pickles, cake and candies Tlic following pupils were perfect in attendance last month: John Brown, Eugene Cole, \Vlson Hancock, Joe Keller, Malcolm Me-[Ing lo find out all we cnn about clone this by trying to get the fish. Frances Satterflckl saw some baby birds in a nest the mother bird was feeding them. Some "birds built a nest in Bobby Peterson's bird house, one of the eggs fell out and Bobby found it. Last night a. mother cat and baby kitten came to U. ii. Revell's house, his mother let them come into the house. "Buck Jones" Sanders found a (tog. ho tied him up. but the next morning the dog was gone. Ernestine. Halsell's little dog ran away. He is black and while, she wishes he \vouli come back. M. H. Brisler's dog "Nigger" dic<I ycslcrday, he ntc some rat ixiison. Florence Crawford planted some violets on "Trixie's" grave. Mildred Lipford read a beautiful story to the afternoon children, it was about a litllc pony that loit a shoe, utter she had finished ic.irt- Junior High One Hundred and twenty-two linplls had perfect attendance in Junier High School for the third month of school. I stand on a moonlit, meadow tonight and gaze at Ihc stars and the moon. This heavenly vault above us seems to be a velvet canopy studded w „..__ sands of tiny pin points of light'. There is no star nearer than twenty trillion miles while some of '. them are so remote as to be scarcely visible. There are many' constellations or groups of stars to be sc/m in HID heavens. Among them are the Great Dipper, Liltle Dipper, and Southern Cross. To sailors, (he most important star in the hcavtns is Ihe Pole star. The moon is in Its first quarter tonight and lightens up the landscape with its soft limpid glow. There are several dark spots on the moon called seas by.the early astronomeis because of tlieir resemblance lo dried up ocean beefs. The moon's disl.incc from us is nearly a quarter of miles.—Woodrow Hall, 7B1. Honor lloii J.angc tji-hcol • ;•• Kccciut Grade—Marltia Blanken- sliip, Mary Helen Moore; Third Guide Jury Cohen. Doris jjclk, Jewell Frinr, Joe Arwoo:!, I.andjs, McLccd; Fifth Grade—Sarah I'.iulr'/ / me Evi-ard; Sixth Grade—Bessie-1 Sue Anvcod, Mary Eunice Laysoii, Virginia Little. Central Ward Second Grade—Sarah Lou McCutcheon, Billie Chamblin, Chap: pic Bray. Henry Clay Faf.on; 'Third Grade—Mary Jean "Alllick. BelJie Leu Kramer, Betty Jo Es•y; Fourth Grade—Harold Ma- ing we all went over lo than Rosenthal, Billy -, l-'ifth Grade — Elizabeth Baxter, linrdy Gray. Siuibury School 2B— :\Tane Hooper; ;'.-A— I'cggy • Burks, Dorolhy Salceby, June Workman, Ann Buchanan. Tlscr- maiC Tinker, Virginia Farmer; 3B — Irene Anderson, Mary Louise .Wa- • tcrs; 3-A-^Dorothy Cross; •lB--Ainy riulh Morris; .(A— Joyce Sonu-K, Kathryn Lnvorly; 5B— W. H. Davis; 5A — Bonnie Jean Buchanan. • . . • Junior Ilish School . • !'-" Seventh Grade— Lorraine Sixoy,. Etumaline Page, Mildrcr] Lou Hub- Spring is here. million '• bard. Colin Douglass, Helen Mnvis 1 Gipson, C. A. Martin, G?r:i!;!im: • Ilyle?, Mittic Mae Payne, Estra.iJv- Junior High is gelling up a play lo compete with the oilier schools inglon. Alta Mae Judd, Jane Bran-, son. Frances Little, Ira Gruyi ! Johnson. Theima Tate, Ray • Lnr- unior High kin, Delva- Chapman, Patty Shane, Juanita McDonald, Jack Wilson,. Spencer Aiexancicr. Chiquita Uou- Mr. Arwood's blacksmith shop nnd he showed us ho*' he p'.Us shoes ou horses. Mary Lilia Robertson liroujht her JIDItable lo school ('no other day. We like to hear Leonard lacy Sing with it. He can yoticl almost r,s pretty as Jimmtc Roje.'S. Ruby Blankonshlp broiijlil sonic tadpoles, crawfish and niLinovvs If) school the other day, we arc iry- in this district on May 8th in Guyndolynn Smith; Eighth Grade Jrji;,:tboro. They have a very good —Max Watron, Elfic Moore. :E. B. • play and have "very good c'harac- j Rojcrs, Bill MrKcazle, Russell,' ters chosen and hope to bring! Blair, Annie talcup, Jcijphine home honors. The 7A2 class of Juni' school is planning a class party. This party is lo be held at the home ot Albert Ridings a member' glass, Lottie Heath, of the 7A2 class. For the last six weeks Mr. Stewart hHcl four pupils that made above average on their report cards- They arc a.s follows: Estra Livingston, Aim Mae Juthl. Millie Mac Payne, Geraldmc Hy- Ice. Next month more are goitis to try and have more on tlic honor roll. ; 7A1 home room have a contc-sl i now tjoiug on. It is a ixrfect al-1 tendance contest. If the boys win j French Gasoline War •';,. Benefits Tourists Dcrmotl. Bond Lee Rose, Jack Rccd, Pete Sutton. C. V. Work, Nellie Boswcll. Poggy Bujawsbi, Corlnc Blackarrt. Opal Crane, Eu- gtnla Cr.-iwfard, Frances Hall, Louise Lovelace. Bclty Saliba, Christine Scott, and Jtianicc Wal- lc- The Life of Rosa Bonhctir, ami her well known painling "The Horse Fair," have afforded much Interesting material for Language Drill for several days.. The lour B clnss Is glad to have Amy Ruth Morris on the Honor Roll Ihis month. Lange School The fourth grade pupils are celebrating Animal Week, which Is the week of April 19-25. They arc tnlklng and writing about being kind lo Animals and Birds We arc sorry thai Eddye Evelyn Turner is sick and hope that she .will Tie back to school soon. Two third- grade girls, Jewel :hcm so we can write stories about (hem. The duties for loday arc: Mary An amazingly quick way to end Headache PA 11 IS. i Ul 1 )—French motcribf, have btni-liicil by a bitter nricc- iMr.shm^ war belwccn AiiiuiicJin and British motor fuel v.'hylesr-.l- CTS which has cut fuel i>v:« s-in y:ar molov fuel \vnr, :x>!d • this contest the girls have lo yhoifor 40 1 D 4(j cents a gallon, and it th?m a party. | is now sold at rival service KU- The pupils of Junior High mr j liunr, for from 20 lo 22 conli. Thai glad lo have Ulc seventh gradi-1 is ihe lowest fuel prlcra .have . science teacher, Mrs. Stickmon,' reached since the war. .-, . e most scvcresick headache) pass aw.iy in a shortrime when you lake Caputlinc. In thousands of home) «ll over Amcrica.'Capudinc n a stand. ard home remedy, «lways on hand to put an en J to distressing pain. Rcing liquid, Capudinc, acts immediately, often in one-third the lime required by other forms. It contains no narcotics, Joes not disturb tligcs- lion and is approved by doctors auJ druggists. Even with ihc most severe hcaJachc, relief comes very quickly, Snlj it Bran Stores. 10', 3W * &>t botdt) »nd D/thc dole at Sod a Fountain). /* HICKS -fO Caudme

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