The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 14, 1955 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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PAGE BIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUBIER NEW» THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 195J WILSON SIX-HORSE TEAM — Friday the famous Wilson Six-Horse Hitch of Clydesdale horses will make appearances in Blythevillt. The team, owned by Wilson * Co., Inc., captured the six- horse hitch championship for 19M at the International Livestock Exposition In Chicago. This marked the 29th national championship for the Wilson Hitch in the 35-year history of the event. This famous horse team will make appearances at the following places at the designated times Triday afternoon: Gateway Store — 1:30-1:45; Joe Freeman Market — 2:00-2:15; .Richardson Supermarket — 4:00-4:15; Simon's Market — 4:30- 4'4S; Hays Store — 4:45-5:00. Beside these appearances, the team will make stops at local schools. Caruthersville Jaycees Get Special Honor CARUTHERSVILLE — Thirteen members of Caruthersville Junior Chamber of Commerce have been presented with the spark plug certificates, award Jf the National Jaycees, according to Al Lawrence, prseident of the Caruthersville club. Lawrence said that this was 100 per cent of the local organization's members as of January .1. He added, "It Is very possible our club is the only one in Missouri to have 100 per cent. How- «ver, we don't have any definite way of knowing." The certificates were received last week, but only those persons who had been members of the club for six months prior to January 1 were eligible and that Included the entire membership at that time Lawrence declared. Since that time the membership has doubled, he stated. The spark plug award Is given tor participation In club activities Members receiving the award were Lawrence Crockett, Bud Korver, Bill Shelby, Kenneth Cunningham, Woody Wilson, Marcus Lauck, Pat Malone, Leslie Knot Jr., Ralph Clayton, Jack Cooper |nan, Sanford Bolln, Carl "Jlggs' Dodd and Al Lawrence. Now, a Worm That Is Edible SAN FRANCISCO Wl—Biologists have discovered a worm that is good to eat and Is chock full of vitamins. It te ttoe palolo, a ring-shaped affair which lives In the cora! reefs of Samoa, Fiji and other tropical Pacific Islands. A University of Hawaii research team — Carey D. Miller, Florence Pen ahd Harold Oatty — Tuesday reported on it bo the Federated American Societies for Experimental Biology. Box Office Opens 6:45 Shew Starts 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times LAST TIMES TONIGHT Double Feature »ti F— * mstn <m mm MCASI • I DKBOWIDS-MMONE *r LOUIS MMERN cot™,,, —AND— "FRONTIER BAD MEN" Starring Diana Robert BARRYMOUE & PAIGE ALSO CARTOON FRIDAY & SATURDAY Double Feature „.,-, CHIPS RAfFERTY —AND— Serial "Buffalo Bill" No. 10 Cartoon "Spare the Rod" Beasley Is Named to Head AEA's Steering Committee LITTLE ROCK (fl — Former state Comptroller Lee Roy Beasley has been selected to head a state committee which will seek the solutions to educational problems recently posed by a national group. State Education Commissioner Arch Ford said yesterday that Baasley has accepted an appointment as chairman of the state's 40-rnemb«r Steering Committee, which will represent Arkansas at the White House Conference on Education Nov. J8-Dec. I. Beasley, a long-time state fiscal employe, served as comptroller under former Oov. Sid McMath. He now Is treasurer ol the Murphy Corp., at El Dorado. Ford said Mrs. Edgar F. Dlion of Little Rock will be vice chairman of the state committee. The other 38 members will be appointed by Beasley. The state commute* will conducl a "grass roots" Investigation Into the questions asked by the White House committee and make its re port at the Washington conference next winter. Among other things, the nation; group wants to know what must be done to adequately finance public education, train and keep gooc teachers, and how to obtain public support for the schools. r*| ^ (II Kentucky'* Finett |) YIAR OLD f WATER FILL - FRAZIEH Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey KENTUCKY SINCE 1810 Cinemascope at Its Best With Stereophonic Sound! 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