The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1955 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 15, 1955
Page 2
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pA« TWO BLTTmSVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 18,19BB TI8ITOR FROM PANAMA — Carlos Jaen (center), University 0( Arkansas student Irotn Panama, who has been visiting in Blythevllle this week on a Junior Chamber of Commerce- sponsored project for foreign students nl the University, Is shown above on a tour of Interesting points In the city. Joe Warren (left), representing th« Blythevllle Jaycecs, points out features of the grain elevators at Farmers Soybean Corp. At right Is Roland Mitchell, former University roommate of Mr. Jaen, with whom the Panamanian stayed while here...(Courier News I'hoto) Caruthersville Schools Okayed State Department Finds Flaws, But Gives High Rating By Sonny Sanders CARUTHERSVTLLE — Caruthersville received a triple A rating from the Missouri Department of Education. Caruthersvllle Superintendent of Schools Delmar Cobble said l&t* Wednesday. At the same time, he admitted there were criticisms of the local system and «nid he believes if a forthcoming bond Issue is passed it will improve the system. The rating, which is based on the type of program for the entire Caruthersville system, is the highest possible, Cobble maid. He announced that among the disadvantages listed by Oarlton Pul- bright of Cape Glrardeau, the department's district supervisor, were inadequate housing and an insufficient nmber of teachers. There will be four Ldditlonal teachers in the system next fall, bringing the total to 75, Cobble said. The board of Education recently decided to submit a bond proposal to cltlaens of District IB. which is the city of Caruthersvllle, on Tuesday, April 26. Cobble announced that If the bond proposal is passed it would finance R $400,000 building program. plans includ* a 12-ioom clo- mcntary building, a buildinR north of CRruthersvllle Higli School for the music department, an additional room attached to South Side School to servo jointly as a lunchroom and a place for assemblies., an 8-room elementary bulldiiij; clow to Washington NeRro High School and a combined auditorium-gymnasium for Washington High. Cobble said the board recently boughmt n tract of 11 ncres of ground near Locust and Henrietta Streets for the 12-ioom elementary building. The price paid for this land was about $16,000, Cobble stated. The board held a regular meet- Ing in Cobble's office nt the high school at 3:30 this ctftcrnoon. Lu-Ma Used As Nickname JASPER. Ala. Wi—One of Jasper's eldest residents, Mrs. lAi-Ma Banks, ICO, was buried earlier this week. Although she was known as Lu-Ma. it was a nicknnmc. She was chrlstenril Luquincy Ralne Martha Jane Eldorado Julie Dean Delma RuUiie Matilda Felmn Jacka Cina Sophl Husky Charlotte Moss Stone. Plan to Take in the HOME SHOW and Silver Skaies Ice Show Memphis Fairgrounds * SEE NEWEST IN HOME IDEAS Show Open . , . ! PM io 10 PM Svndayl • nd Saturday 3 PM to 10 PM W«»ld.iyi 8 BIG DAYS StarU Sunday, April 17 throujh April 24 On* Admttiion Tidal TaUt You Into Both HOME SHOW & let Show 1955'$ .Newest Home Hints, Decorating Ideas, Construction Plans, Garden Vistai, Planting Sug- ?esUons and tnough Ideas o Dramatize Every Room of Your Home. HOME SHOW Fofrfrovnrfi MANILA NEWS I By RUTH HORNE Paul Bobbins has been nominated president of the Manila PTA for the coining yenr and will be installed at the April 25 meeting. Qther nominees are Mrs, George Fanner, vice president; Mrs. Vance Henderson, secretary; Mrs. Sam Moore, treasurer. Mrs. Guy Rubensteln IB the retiring president. Carl Tlpton, MHS. graduate who is attending Olc Miss, was a Manila visitor Monday. Olenda McWHHama, sophomore and star basketball player. Is in a Blythevllle hospital, having undergone an appendectomy Tuesday. Manila High School Meteor staff will attend Journalism Day at Arkansas State College Thursday. The Manila High School track team has been Invited to the invitational meet at Arkansas State College Thursday. Clifford. Hicks Is serving ns youth pastor at Manila Baptist Church this week, The , Rev. Guy Magen has announced tho following young people as his co-workers for the Youth Week program: Harold 1 Gordon, Sunday School superintendent; Nen.1 Wnyne Ontc.s, assistant superintendent; Lurry Horncr, choir director; Linda Wall, organist; Jerry Densmore, brotherhood president; Linda Edwards, president of WMU; Donna Holsclaw and Polly Tucker, general secretaries of the Sunday School Department; Jimmy Miles. BTU director; Billy McCuln, BTU aecre- lury. 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