The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1951 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 12, 1951
Page 6
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MM HZ BLTTHEYELLH (ARK.) (JOTJXJER .WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER «. 1MI Behind the Blackboard IT KGTB LEB A troop of HrttwvHle High etu- dwts tmmted a aiulcil setting of the funoui "Night Before Chrtotmu" y«t*rdiy morning at •mnbrf, with Otitrle* Kinnlng- lum directing. Member* o( th» Red Razoo and R«d pepper elubg sponsored the program, and MlM Luna Wilhelm and Mn. Wllaon were acuity ad- Two different trios, one composed of Jan Dickinson, Barbara Prultt and Kay Smith, and another made up of Miss Priiltt, Janet Michael, and Patsy Calvert, presented aeveral musical selections, A' group of choir students with Jtamie culbertson directing and Johnny O'Brien and Eddie JOB Whittle at soloists, provided music . for the program. Millie Ann Mallory and Frances Slayton were piano accompanists. Other students who took part ta tht program were John Hornberger, Martin Moore, Tommy Dowdy, 'CaiTle Sue Haynes, Martha Nichols, Mary Lou Sawyers, Alen» Wlmmberly, Jo Alice Mc- Qulre, and Rhonda Eaton. Emily Hultman, Margie Waynes, and lar- etta Mallory also were on the program. Blytheville schools will close next Tuesday afternoon for th« Chrlst- mu holidays, and will resume classes Jan. 3. In the meantime, the high school choral groups will present their annual Christmas program at assembly Friday morning; The seniors will be In charge of a Christmas program next Tuesday morning, and homeroom parties will be held that afternoon. Central Nnra Ml» Sunshine Swift's fifth graders will spend some time during the next week studying several famous Madonnas and their painters. They also plan to discuss Christmas customs, legends, and carols connected with other lands. All classes at Central will see the color film, "The Littlest Angel.' Monday as a gift from the PTA The following children are he spelling honor roll for the third aerlod: Linda Boyd, Jeisle Bridgewater, Lucy Caudlll, Barbara Crow- Cecilia Lusk, Sarah Trumble. These children have perfect at- endance for the third period: Ot- Boyett, Bill Tom Brooks, Bill Jruton, David Burnett, Dennis Fisher, James Push, Jesse Rasp- jerry, Sammy Shields, James Valsh, Linda Boyd, Donna Sue Byrd, Lucy Caudlll, Barbara Crow. II. Charlotte David, Renal Gentry, Charlie Jean Harris, Linda Llnd- iey, Frcdrta May Turnnge anrt Grade Fay Turnnge. Mrs. Lillian Frank's sixth graders recently collected milk bottle ops and made small sliver bells with them. With these silver bells :hey made Christmas 'corsages for :helr mothers. Sandra Yates had her book re- x>rt on "Black Penny" (by Phoebe Jrlckson) placed on the stair landing bulletin board. Margnrct, Hobns report on "Lucky Orphan" by Ida ~il Moore has been placed on the bulletin board In the sixth grade room. These children have made poliv settlas to border their front black Board. Mrs. Elbcrt Huffman gavi the room a Christmas tree, Marvil McMahan, Rac Scott, and Mary Jane Seymore brought lights lor It and the rest of the children miul sliver bells for decorations. They have also decorated their rioor for Christmas. er, ha* mad* a ChrMmM tree lor he school. The thSid and fourth graders wUI arrange a Christmas scene using Joyce's tree. Ton books have been bought Jor ihe fifth and sixth gradeb with money obtained from a box supper. * » • Note: There will be a school news lolumn next weelt. Teachers In the various schools responsible for get- .Ing news to the central office are requested to get their news in by Friday If possible. The column will be limited to Christmas activities. Harrison High Harrison High's Choral Club, tinder the direction of 'E. E. Bassey will present a Christmas concert Friday night, at 8 o'clock In the high school's gymnasium. It will be open to the public. Helen Wells Hattle B. Brown and Hubert Sanders will be soloists for the performance. The ninth grade class has electee the following MPA officers for the 1051-52 school year: Jo« Louis Flowers, president; Clarence Ma lone, vice-president; Bobbie Strickland, secretary; Robert Wecden treasurer; Charles .Sanders, report er; and A. E. Lester, adviser. The following students participated in an assembly program presented by Harrison's Junior American literature cln-ss early this month: Hattle B. Brown, Maxtne Williams, Maxlnc Hale. Helen Wells, Willie Mae Williams and Dorothy Duncan. The Choral Club presented two .selections— ''Lord. Make Me More Holy" and "Angels We Have Heard on High." Form Group Changes Nome MEMPHIS, Tenn., Dee. 12. (AP) —The National Farm Labor Union fs now the National Agricultural Union, IU president, H. L. Mitchell, says. Mitchell said the name of the AFL union was changed to avoid confusion with the National Farmers Union "and partly to Include a new class of farmer." "We have In the union now," he said, "quite a few dairy farmers and strawberry growers who Joined the union to get a better deal on the market. These farmers do not hire labor. They operate family farms. Some of them are tradesmen, belonging to other unions..." The union held Its national convention here last weekend. Truman Decides On War Strategy WASHINGTON^ D»e. U. (#) — President Trumin »nd hli top military tnd politic*! advi&ori are understood to have agreed on the next moves to be mtde In the Korean truce negotiation*, now moving into t. decisive period. Responsible Informants uld yesterday a review of the whole Ko rean situation and It* ramifications for American foreign policy throughout the world was the busi ness of the meeting which Mr. Truman held yesterday with Defense and State Department officials after cutting short hit Key West vacation to return to Washington late Sunday. Number Nine Children at Number Nine have decorated their school for Christmas and written letters to Santa Glaus. The second graders have correlated their spelling, art, and safety Into a farm unit. Tommy Hnrt, Raymond Whittle and Jimmy Calcl- well constructed the buildings, nnd Rriy Bell made an attractive fnrm folder. They made object. 1 ! to represent their spelling words for the week. Joyce Lou Cooksey, a fourth grad- WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- Wilful C»lo»l— Aid Yw'II Ji* P Oat «l Bed La th« Menunf Ruia* t* G* The Elver should ppur out iboul "2 ploU of bile juice Into your digestive tract every diy. It tht* bile In not flowing detly, your (iwi miy dlzMt. It may Juat de t. Then gas bloat* up you/ ato th n. You feel sour, sunk and the not tract. gel conatipalcHl. Y woiM looks punk. It takf* those mil-], *,-mle Carter'* UUIa Liver Pill* to net these 2 niala of bile Homing \in-\y to maVe you fw! "up and up," Get a package today. Effect ivo in rnaHtijr bile flow ricoly. 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