The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1951 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS flewi of your (^ity Behind the Blackboard mum LU (tehO*l •Silent n!«hl, Holy nltht, All Is calm, AH U bright. .." Then words are not new, nor Is the tradition wlt.h which Ihey are associated, but the interpretation the Junior choral group. 1 ! gave them last week was fresh, inspiring, and confident as only young voices could be during a 1»M Christmas • eason. The entire junior high student body and (acuity came over to the high school auditorium to hear the glee clubs present three groups of holiday music for their annual ChristmM program l8J?t Friday morning. Under the direction of Mrs. Wll*on Henry, Ihe boys glee club opened the program with "O Sanetis- eimo," a Sicilian melody; "We Three Kings" with Davis Cohb, Phillip Nation and Leon Ixnre as soloists; and "Merry Christmas and Happy New year," an English tra- dilional song. The lirls gle« club presented a group of songs whlnh Included "Mary's Carol." 8uo Oan," "Babe of Bethlehem," "God Rest Ye Merry. Gentlemen," and "Sleep, Little Jesus," The glee clubs combined to sing "O Come All Ye Faithful," "O Little Town of Bethlehem," "Joy to the World," "It Came Upon the Midnight Clear" and "Silent Night." Group singing of "Silent Night" concluded the program. Special music was provided by Ralph Nichols and Kay Jobe. ac- companljit; Sue and " 'ie Owens, flutista; and Ralph Nichols, violinist. Meanwhile, students of Blythe- vilUs High presented and heard their annual holiday program Friday morning at the regular assembly program with Mrs. Henry directing. Th« choir program opened with Handel'i "Joy to the World" followed*' by "The First Noel" and "RlM Up Shepherd an' Ttoller." with Barbara Prultt Duncan soloist for the last number. Continuing, the choir sang "Go Tell It On the Mouhlain" with Jlmmk Culbartnon and Barbara us «olotst«, 'The Christmas Song" with Barbara u soloists, "Glou- cestershire Wassail" with Warren McOhjr* u «ololit, and "Jingle Bells." Soloista Kid »peolallst« for the closlnf Mlactlon, "Twas the Night Before Chrtstmaa." were Jlmmte CulberUon, Johnny O'Brien, Rosemary Monaghan Joan Earls, Joan Perklni, Nit a Ros« Hall, Sally TrleMhmann, Frum» Borowsky, Fred Oore and Tommy Dowdy. Bnlly Damon and Mrs. Murray Bmart »er» accompanist* for this .prparnrtn.,' . , : 9hris4nt4- p*rt|e* In al] horfie- *ocma Totorday afternoon at 2 o'clock eoncludw! school for BHS itudenU for 1M1. All senior, got together m the gym for their party at th» «ame time. The tenlort also presented their traditional profrum at assembly at 8;30. Gift-giving U) the faculty was a special feature of this pros ram. Central December has been a time of continuous preparation for the Christmas party in the rust grade room. The children made polnscttlas 'out of construction paper to ^decorate the room, and later to tflk"e home. They have colored numerous Christmas picture! of holly, candles, Sun- ns, and others. They also did some spatter prints of Christmas trees, Santa ond his sleigh, candles, holly tmd allKds. The children enjoyed decorating the tree brought by Mrs. J, C. Davis. Each child brought decorations for It. The third graders decorated a Christinas (roe for their party. Gary Jifayo brought the tree, and drco- ratlons were brought by Charline Keeling, Johnna Wilson, Sherry Lambert, Patsy Ann Gurno, Mnrslia Null. Gene Wallace, Nancy New- comu. Mary Ann Hair-small, Robert Hallmnn. Emily Huffman, Martha Rose Mend and Daviil Seymore, Sanla Clans decornllons In the wall border were done by Cleo Me Dermott. Judy Smntlwrman, Danny Potts. Patricia Fowlston, Carolyn Hyniun, Shirley Baleman, Ricky Hall, Joyce Tlllman, Charlinu Ilcn- ry, Homer Gene ConneU and Frances Touchstone. Mrs, Mike Yates and Mrs. Ben Hail planned the Christinas party for the room. For their Christmas celebration, the fourth graders decorated tnclr bulletin boards with candles In Christmas colors, polnsettlas, and Santa Clans with his sleigh full of toys. They also made silver bells from paper cups covered with aluminum foil lor their door decorations. Mary Tarver Stevenson brought a tree, complete with decorations, for Miss Sunshine Swift'* fifth grade room. Monday, December n, was spent mnlnly In hearing Christmas records, stories, and poems, and seeing the color film, "The Littlest Anfel." Tuesday artemno:i was spent In giving Rifts from the tree and Christmas partying. The mothers of Bill Bruton, Don and Donna Sue Byrd, Jack Wood, I.ucy Carultll, Linda Llndsey, Billy Holt, Cecilia LusJc, Barbara Crowe.ll, and Mary Stevenson helped with the party. David Burnett's mother told a Christmas story, and tha children sang caroln. Central'j sixth graders renlly fixed up a "Santa Olaus" room: Edwin Cure brought • cardboard fireplace; Linda Bean brought holly and red berries to decor»t<> the mantel, and a Christina.! stocking: Mary Jane Seymore brought, a red stocking with Jingle bells on It. Decorating the tr»« WM • eUw project. Theae children Hudled Christmas customs o< oth»r landi ind read about Christmas symbols. Mrs. J. R. Marr «nd Mrs. Blbert Huffman plinned th« the room. Ohrlstma* parly for WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER It, 1M1 Kim fttreet New» The birth of ChrUt Is the stnry told by sectional frlere« made by the 10 claues it Elm Street School. Each classroom pictured a scene from the Bible story according lo St. Luke. The children have decorated trees, made polnsettlas, cards, and Santa Clauses for their rooms. 'The Littlest Angel" was shown to all students. In class: First graders made cards for their molhers and a frieze based on the poem, "The Night Be fore Christmas" . . . The second graders made trinkels for Ihelr molhers »nd cards for friends.... The third graders made ornaments for their trees nnd exchanged gifUs — Fourth graders presented a Christmas seal program In assembly last, week...Fifth graders In i Mrs. Bossie ivy's room made a i study of Madonnas..,. i Firth graderi in Mrs. Jewell Fau- celt's room presented the Christmas story it assembly. . . . Sixth ' grader* In Mrs. Lotlle McCoy's room ! pnwnied "Scrooge nnd Die Christmas Fairy" at assembly Wednesday' morning. ... A Ohrlslmas record : of carols and "Collon In My Sack"' was made for Miss Lob Lenskl by /Ifth grade pupils with V. U. Keith as accompanist. Varbro The toylanris of several Memphis department stores were nmong the places of Interest visited by fifth and sixth grade pupils last Tuesday during their trip to Memphis. The real purpose of the trip was l.o Inspect part of the book exhibit at Co.witt Library anil to see "Quo Vadls." Thirty-six pupils, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mc- Ouire. Mrs. Jamas Gill. Mrs. Cecil John.wn. Mrs. Johnnie Johnson, Mrs. Jim Klllott, Mrs. Aunahelle Fill, Mrs. H. T. Gill and William Wyatt, made the trip. ui till who wero responsible for the Christmas carol, "Silent Night." Mary (In the nativity scene) wu represented by Shirley Bradford. Sybil Meal was narrator. The choir of 130 voices was accompanied by Mrs. Ralph Berryman. Dick Wyatt was soloist. Th« ChrUtniRs program was presented during the PTA meeting. The Rev. Frank Stags presented a devotional. Following the PTA meeting whlcli wa-s presided over by Re- Hie lunchroom. Mothers of (he third grade were hostesses. Nnblnson News Robinson School students enjoyed seeing "mo Llltlesl Aneel" last week when a. V. Seals' first grade loom sponsored the movie in the auditorium. Kvery student has made gilts Jor his parents and friends. The Mrs. Aubrey Bruce, president, freshments were served In grade made dolls; the sec-[Brooks, Kirlean 8lm«, Donn first . ond grade mide lette'f'boxVs" fix... discarded cereal boxt>; third traders, memo pads; the fourth grade, aesk calendan; and the fifth «nd sixth grades made letter boxes, tewing kits, match holders, tells and play houses. E»ch class made ChristmM dtcorationi for Ui« Junior R*d OroM. Robert Wiley, principal, h»i «n- noimcert the foilowint pupils whose names appear on the honor roll lor lh» secnnd sit weeks: Josephine Kalrord, Oharle* E. Milts, Ida Jean Campbell, Bernlce Talktngton, Frankle L. Vamnle. Pearlle Mae Jones, .Maxin* Hirsch, Tom Smith. Ruby J. Brown, Allois Farmer, Vera M. Jones. Betty N. Johnson, Annette Miller, Ixmell Palmer, Jannle 81ms, Edward Vaughn, fiddle Lee Vample., DeloLs White, Melvln Nabori. Charles Robinson, Jessli M. son, Bddl« Johnson, j 0 | iri wil- »on, rlojd Davis, Rosle M»e Brown, Johnnie Jones, Oscar Shelly, Floyd Atkins, Willie Ray Sanders. Ivory J. Young, Andrew Ralford, Zela White. Andre* Campbell, LoutB Echols, Weltou Veinple, Walter Wil. llams, Mildred Dowery. Janet Mc- Clalr, Alfred James, James Dunn, Mat Echols Lcla Sexton, Ployd Tj'es, Verdell Graves, Roosevelt Graves, I-ouis Williams, Doris J. Stewart, Dorothy Smith, Frances L. Thomas, Louise Ccmyals, Pretl- dle King, gettj- J. Brown, Lula Lypklns, Thelma Mullliis. At Sudbury Mis I'ony Stewart's third grade concluded Christmas at school with n party IVicsday afternoon with Dlekle Lambert acting aS Santa Clam for the occasion. Room mothers headed by Mrs. served refreshments. Billy King Mlu graders Plorenoe Moor«'« fourth are working on » Holland unit. They are making booklets and frieze. They also decorated thelr room lor Christmas. News notes: Mlsa Ann McDon- sld's fourth grade, Mis« Polly Slew- art'j third grade, and Mrs. E. P. Fry's fifth grade were entertained with special Christmas parties by their roorn mothers Mrs. W, L. Moxley and Mrs, Eugene Hood gave Miss McDonald's party . . . Mrs. Jewel Gowan was chairman of Mrs. Fry's parly ... All rooms were decorated for Christmas. Mr«. J, E. Kelly was chairman Onry Gill was chairman of tho Tuberculosis bangle sale. Tho day j before the bangles sale, Gary dls- I cussed the artist of the 1951 Christ- j mas seal and displayed copies of! Christmas seals of past years. } The Yarbro student body saw: three films, "Howdy Dcody's Christ- ! nms," "A Present for Sanla," anrt "The Night Before Christmas" last Friday. Upper grade children also saw the film strip of Henry Vain Dyke's "The Other wise man" fol-j lowing a sllldy of the story In their; club meeting, j Expressions of thanks were combined with holiday greetings In: cards to Judge Roland Green «'ho| this week presented three loads of gravel to help cnrry out the PTA's landscaping project. Pupils ot the third, fourth, fifth and ilxlh grades planted three redbuil trees. Every student In school h»d a part in presenting the story of Christmas last, Wednesday afler- nnon. Bill Wyatt, James Sandlln and Steve McGuire porlrayeri Father Mohr, Frani Oruber and Herr GuRtaf, the three inhabitants of the little Babarlan village of Oberdorf Santa says; Let Curt's Madam, this Christmas season, don't be s slave (o the kitchen! Do your holiday baking (he easy, economical way... call Curl's Bakery and place your "baking order", dirt's will take care of any baking order you might have in mind.. .delicious fruit cakes and pastries of all kinds. 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