The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1955 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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f AGE TWO BLITAEriLLB (ARK.)' COUSICT THURSDAT, Occupation Tests Help Plot Future Of BHS Seniors (Continued from Page 1) , titudet are found to be desireable Alto, different types of work require Uie same aptitude in different degrees. The GATE has been studied in relation to more than 2,000 different. Jot* to be found in 20 fields of work. Then* 30 occupational fitldi, represented in the testa range all the way Irom Literary Work to Machine Tending and Machine Operation. Nine Batic Aptitude. Persons taking the tests are graded on the basis of minimum aptitude Korea found to be desirable for success in the broad fields of work listed in the 20 occupational categories. The nine basic aptitudes tested are Intelligence, Verbal Aptitude, Numerical Aptitude, Spatial Perception, Form Perception, Clerical Peroeption, Motor Coordumtin, ringer Dexterity and Manual Dexterity. Scores made on these aptitude tests naturally are not the only factors used in determining what type of work a person Is most capable of learning. Other factors are considered through individual Interviews determine a worker's Interests and plans. Occupational classifications are assigned on the basis of past experience, training, interest and aptitude. All theae factors are taken together in the final . counseling when It IE explained to each per- aon where his greatest capabilities IK. Reduce Turnover Employen have found that the turnover in employes Is greatly reduced by aelection of aptitude test- ad applicants, because the applicants test score is compared with scores of successful workers In the 30 fields of work measured. All the results of tests given In the county by Mr. Autrey are available to employers who have Jobt to be fillca. The tea** and counseling arc directed solely toward helping students, ai)d others, find the type work for which they are most suited and in which they are most Intereslrd in the shortest time possible, Mr. Autrey explained. Much time wated on the wrong type of Job can be saved through use of the program, both for the employ* and the employer, ho feck. , Mr. Autrey was graduated from Arkansas State College, Joncoboro, wtlh a major in education, though most of his training In Job counseling and aptitude testing came after he Joined the sUte employment agency. Commodity And Stock Markets- Ntw York Gotten May 3361 3301 3348 3354 July 3370 3374 3383 3371 Oct 3378 3380 3375 3380 Pec 3383 3303 3383 3301 New Orleans Cotton May 5354 3354 3347 3350 July 3369 3372 33(12 3373 j Oct 3380 3386 3377 33114 '• Dec 3387 3394 3385 339-1 ; Chicago Corn ' May 143 143'i 143 143^ July .. . 1455,4 146',:, 145 5 j 146i» f Chicogo Soybeans i May .... 248V 2 250 248*!, 2493;,! July 240'i 241!i 240'j 241 Sept .... 233% 234 233'i 233' Nov .... 231 231'4 230(j 2.W Chicago Wheat May .... 210 210};, 2091/8 20D- 1 July 195 !,i 196% 194^ 1951 New York Stocks A T and T 181 1-2 ' Amcr Tobacco 721-8 : Anaconda Copper 60 ' Beth Steel 141 Chrysler 86 n-. Coca-Cola 122 Oen Electric 515-8: G;n Motors 87 3-81 Me- ,.-mery Ward 743-4; N Y Central 415-8 Int Harvester 37 7-8 Republic Steel 855-8 Radio 44 Socony Vacuum 54 3-8 Studebaker .. 123-4 Standard of N J 114 1-8 Texas Corp .-. 97 Sears 81 3-4 U S Steel 88 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, HI. (ft — (USDA)—Hogs 8,500; moderately steady to weak; bulk choice 180-220 Ib 16.75-17.25, lew choice No. 1 and 2 17.35 ;220-240 Ib 16.5017.00; 240-270 Ib 16.0050, few to 16.75; 270-300 Ib 15.50-18.00; 140-170 Ib' 16.00-75, few to 17.00; sows 450 Ib down 13.75-14.75; heavier sows 12.5-13.25; boars 9.M-12.00, tew 12.50. Cattle 1,500, calves 500; commercial to low good steers 18.00-20.00; generally steady; utility and commercial 12.50-15.00; few about 14.00; cannerfi and cutters 10.0012.5; bulls utility and commercial 11,50-15.00; cannera and cutters 11.00-13.00; vealers and calves un- chanced; food and choice 20.0058.00; high choice and prime 26.0028.00; commercial and good vcal- ers lfl.00-20.OC; cull and utility 10.00-11.00. ARMOKEL CLASS PLAT — Rehearsals over, act dramatic comedy will begin at 7:30 tonight in the Armorel High School Junior class will pre- the school's auditorium, sent "Here Comes Charley" tonight. The three- Rustic Inn Is In Ford Ptriodicol A recipe from the Rustic Inn In Blythevllle, together with a water color painting of the establishment, appear in the current Ford' Tlmei, monthly magailne of the Ford Motor Co. Featured In each month's Issue are recipes taken from eating places from over the United States. Rustic Inn's contribution la a recipe for barbecue sauce. Imirgtncy Landing KAWAOUCHI, Japan (* — A U. 8. Army light plane, out of gas, landed yesterday on a road leading to Kawiguchl. Until the plane was gassed lor flight to Tokyo, cars were forced to detour on another road Cash Award Stt For Road-«-0 CARUTHE31SVILLE-A »10 c«h award and a plaque wUl be liven to the winner In the Teenige Driving Rotd-e-o to be held here May «, Johnny Underwood, priM committee chairman, *ald. Second and third placer* will alto .receive plaque and the next to wlnnen will »tt imall prliea, Underwood laid. Bill Robblni, general chairman of the Junior Chamber of Commerce project, uld entry blanks are available at molt local Iniur- ance companies and at the high •chool. Idaho'! lint commercial sawmill wu built at Lewliton In IBM. Lfttraturt Ban AUSTIN, Tex. 1*1 — Lewd, lascivious and obscene literature has been banned In Texas by a bill signed by Gov. Allan Shivers. A companion measure to ban lewd and depraved comic book tales awaits the governor's signature. The coat dress looks Its very bett this year in sheer navy blue wool with touches of white organdy ai throat and wrist. HOT DOGS Deliriously Seasoned with Our Chili and Chopped Onion* Take Home Sack 6 i- 'I 80 KREAM KASTLE DRIVE IN CALDWELl (Continued from Page 1) served as Its vice president. He's Sunday School .superintendent of Dell Baptist Church, a position he has held for (our years, and prior to that taught Sunday School. He's also ft deacon in the church. Mrs. Calclwell, who has been an English instructor at Dell, will tench home economics at Devalls Bluff. She organized the Dell BeU Club, Is n member of Zcta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, has been sen- Over $1,000 Now In Y Campaign Over $1,000 1* In the Y fund which will be used to sponsor summer recrenUonnl activities In the city, Y official* reported today. Jimmifi Etlwanls IK heading the drive which has us UK goal $4.000. That's the amount needed, he pointed out, for the Y to carry on Its suimmtr program, of which supervised public p 1 nygrounds are a part. Truck Drivers Cited for Safety Three Blytnevllle truck drivers lave been recognized lor safe drlv- ag over a period of years by :»nipbt;ll"-'C6" Express. Robert Poppleton got a three-car iiward; Raymond Wells, five •ear award, and B. W. Coloman received an 11-year award for •safely. Announcement nf the awards vns made by H. M. Wallace, terminal manager here. ior class sponsor for n number of years and teaches Sunday School in the Baptist Church. A member of Dell's school board said today a replacement has not yet been found for Caldwell, but added that "we're going to try and get one as soon as possible." ANOTHER DREIFU5 SCOOP Outstanding VALUE! Just in time For Springtime Enjoyment Limited Quantity 89 SAVE 95c DREIFUS iifil llriiiliis W. Wi!;ir Uiiiiiiiinils :,IK WEST M/\I\ ST. The poinnettla was named for Joel Roberts Polnsett, secretary of war under president Van Buren. Goodyear Service Store NEEDS 500 USED TIRES NOW BIG TRADE IN ALLOWANCE SALE DRIVE IN — LET US APPRAISE YOUR OLD TIRES "WE'LL DEAL — NO OBLIGATION" FREE! ou may win a AWAY and Register now. FREE! NOTHING TO BUY!— JUST REGISTER! REGISTER NOW FREE! You may win a set of tour Goodytar Passenger Tires *• *• '*" w " k ~ So eumf '" FREE! 410 W. Main Phono 2-2492 GE SPRING SPECIAL! . i On this Brand New General Electric WASHER and DRYER Automatic Washer Reg. . $229.95 \ Automatic Dryer Reg. .. .$249.95 Total Reg. Price $479.90 NOW, BOTH WASHER AND DRYER ONLY- i— The Washer: — * Completely Automatic * Full 8 Lb. Capacity * Water Temperature Control 1 Porcelain Wash Basket * Famous GE Activator 3-Zone Washing Action * Damp Dry Spin for Extra Dry Finish * Top Loading * Full Year Guarantee i— The Dryer: — * Full 9 Lb. Capacity * Magic Air Bath, bathes clothes in warm air * Convenient Door Latch * Removable Lint Trap * Resisto Mar Enamel Finish * Quick Drying (Average load 35 minute*) * Timer Dial "SEE JIMMIE FIRST" FOR ALL YOUR APPLIANCE NEEDS! JIMMIE EDWARDS 301 E. Main Furniture Co. Phone 2-2487

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