The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 23, 1952 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 23, 1952
Page 9
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5AT, JANUAKY 2S, 19W BLYTHEVTLI.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE •[ your C.ity Behind the Blackboard HiTH LCB Mid girls of Sudbury School Inson Nunn, Mae Panels Williams. havf been awarded six new hooks! Joyce Rhodes. Garland Partce. Milby Ifr0 Ira Gray for the Junior Bel-rice Auxiliary. These students had the top percentage among Bljrttoertlle elementary schools for attendance at the story hour on 'Saturday mornings at the public 'library. : Books won for the period of Sep- temb*r-D««mber are: "Lost In the Zoo;" "A Bird In the Hand:" "El- .j'\ fen Tebblts;" "Just Like David;" VJ? "PlT« on a Treasure Island;" "Ban- Jo* and Orey Eagle." New officers in Miss Florence Moore* fourth grade room at Sudbury are Robert Lovelace, president, Margaret Farrls, vice presl dent, Mary Lou Sanders, secretary, '•Freddie White, treasurer, Cecilia 'Henderson, Sarah ' Lou Moody, Nancy Million, and Frankie Saw- yers, program committee. Sixth graders in Mrs. D. C. McLean's room have elected the fol- •lowing officers for the second s'e- : mester: Jerry Grounds, president; Claudia Crowe, vice president; I.ouis Qarner, secretary; • Marsha •Blackard, . treasurer; • Rose Chil-dress. Alvie Jarrett, Marilyn Jones dred Smith, Douglas McAuthor, 'ollie Faye Jones, George Brcwn. Iddle Givan, John Hart, Caiphais Shead; fourth grade—Bernlce Jones, Srace Morris, Totsle Lee Fanner, Velma Hart. Bobble Jenn Cothran. lharles Miller, To'nunle Jean Ivy, John Earl Erviiig, Llnnie Burton, Eula Home. Leroy Campbell, Clemisteen Davis. Cora Talley. Jimmy Hee Wallace, William Wells; fifth grade—Richard Hughes. H. I/. Shafe/s, Max Redd, Chester Sanders, King Henrj Nunn, Ted Calvin Cage, Bennie McKeever, David Dotaon. Tonimle Lee Hughes, Geraldlne Gariclis. Morris Evans. Hubert Stone. Virgle, B Johnson. Theodosia Smith, Henrietta Weeden. Perfect atendance students for the first semester are: first grade— Margie Kindle. Freddie Richardson Lawrence Kindle, W. F. Crenshaw Billy Mack Hughes; second grade- Don Clayton, Helen, Marie Thornton,'Dorothy 'Marbly. Carl Smith third grade—Robinson Nunn, Cai phals Shcad, Collie Faye Jones and John Nelson, program chair-1 Theodore Bates, George Brown men. Each child In the room wajip er ry Childs. Joe Ciiilds, Eddii placed on a committee. This group presented a program In honor of Gen. whose birthday was on Thursday Robert E. Lee . January 19. Sally Jo King and John Nelson related notable events • In the life of tills sjreat American. BUS News Johnny Cress and Chuck Jones of Southern School Assemblies pre- ;aented a program of tumbling and trampoline demonstrations at the t assembly period yesterday morning 5* In the high school auditorium. . Mr.. R. B. Watson, director of : the Pine Bluff High School band, :WM.)n Blytheville .last weekend to . conduct a clinic for members of ^th» BH8 band on Friday and Sat- .urfoj. . Mr. Robert Llpscomb, dt- ;reetor of the Biytheville band, set lip th« clinic to provide members of th« band with constructive crit- "Ictom. Mra. Wtlflon rlKiry haa announo- . *d Iha4 the Bl boys comprising the V Junior High Boys Glee Club have •bet* InTited to rtrig at the classroom teacheri section of thf state -edueaMon meeting n't'Little Rock ' March IS In Robinson Memorial ' audftoriwn. Plans for'the event are not yet complete. Y»rbra ." Tattco'a first graders have a let' \ft trout MlM Lois Lenskt'on their board. This group k enjoy- TAsdv- R«m\u ttorlM which : Wyatt brought to school. In « dramaHntlon of "Brer Rabbit and : the Tar Baby,™ Darld Caldwell was Brer Bear, -Tommy Gracy was Tar Baby. Lynn Ogleaby was Brer Fox and Dick Wyatt was Brer Rabbit. After reading animal stories, the , r thtrd traders at Tartars are mak- ^ing a scrapbook of animal! and Vrlttag itorlec about them. Elm Street School Honor students at Elm Street •chool for th. third sue weeks period a« ai follows: first grade -W. >. Or«o»h»w. Billy Mack Hughes, Charie* B. Johnson, Curtis Morris, 'jMhaa B. Home, Elaine Brown, Lulu Mae Oobbs. Mary Elliabeth Davis. JullMtte Dedrick, Levern Dukes. ;7reddl> Richardson, Margaret Kin- *dle, William Wiley, Julius Ronald 'Moore, Mary Alice Strickland, Mary Bonlta Walls, Charles Washington; second grade—Atlena Dennis) Charles Donaldson, Don Clayton, Gebr- .T!i» Lee Hill, Deloris Ervln. The- |opblls Jones, William T. Bealini. 'Theatric* Cannon. Henry Mae ;Bolden, Issac Johnson, Minnie Lee •Hunt, James Lewis King. Norman _Q'Daniel, John -Smith, Hubbard >'le Lee Jones, Accrease Leaks. Dor- ...othy Mozell Marbly. Earnestine '.Mitchell, Louise Shaw, Helen Marie Ivan. John Hart, Howard Herron Roosevelt Ruffins;. fourth grade— Bernice Jones, Velma Hart, Tom mle Jean Ivy, Bobbie Jean Cotliran Jimmie Ree Wallace; filth grade— Geraldine Gnddts. Tonimle Le lughes, David Dotson, King Henr Nunn. Hubert Lee Stone, Virgle B Johnson; sixth grade—Earlcne Me Coy, Shirley Rose Johnson, 'Arten :hia Scott, Annie Faye Donn, Shir :ey Jean Galloway. Christine Bryan George Thomas, Willie Leu Logan. A program on "thrift" was pre sented by the fourth grade an other "grades on Benjamin Frank edy Ann" dolli, Dian* Halsell, lane LulnU and Janet «u« Autcn am* with "Bonnl* Bnidi" dolli, nd otheri broyght itorybook dolU, aby dollt, and bride dolU. "Susan." the doll that livet at cliool, was hostess to th* dolU for tea party. Lam Greene served ookles from toy dlihe*. TtiU iam« 'uesday wa» toy day for the joys who were Invited by the tirli the "ranch house" for dinner. ois Ann Charity served animal ookies. Children In Mrs. Prances Waren's second grade are concentrat- ig on stories about toys and toy hops In their reading claw. They ponsored a toy day and are plan- ling to write original stories and oems about the toys. Third graders in Mrs. Colleen Vood's room have been itudying ibout children of other lands, In- luded in this study ar« children if Alaska, Switzerland. Holland. Mexico. Austria, China, and those if India. They have written stories about Alaskan and Swiss children, and :helr art work has been pictures of :he children in their native cos- :umes. The bulletin board has been divided into seven .sections for scenes of the various countries drawn .by the children. Origlr.ttort of the Alaska scene wer* Pamela Jrafton, Jimmy Burr, Johnny Spcnce and Mary Jane Droke. Virginia Brockmand drew the picture and Julie Mitchell colored the Swiss <:cene. Before ihe unit Is completed, thej hope to increase their knowledge of foreign children enouKh to be properly interested in current world affairs. in Mrs. Mary Clay Crawford's fourth grade room. 21 children have perfect attendance records for December. They are J. L. Austin. Johnny Baster, LeRoy Huddleston. Bobby King, John McDowell. Larry Watson, James Trice. Bonne Sm Akers, .Eloise Bailey, Shirley I>« vis. Alta Mae Franks, Pat Hanley Sue Human. Norma Kincald, Syl via Ladd, Antionette Lewis, Mary Faye Phillips, Kay Shearin, Glenda Shelton, Betty Tompson and Mai Whisenhnnt. This room recentl; D. Partee, Carl Washington. Ver- II . U-—*UJ ,m -r. 1 » llljtlllllllll.. illla I UUiu Tetentl' 11.13 birthday. Thrift posters were pre5cnlet , two plays, "The Princes made by each room and displayed Bnd the Pea ,. and ".. East of the Sun In the hall. Compositions were d West of thc Moon „ written and entered in a contest New 0((iccrs In MIss pranM in the upper three elementary Br | gh f s , autth grade are B111 grades. Winners In the contest were Boone> president, Gary Sparks vie Kennelu Clemmons. Charles Whit- president. Becky UHev secretary field, Geraldlne Gadclls, Lola Mae s usan Smith Wahihgtori, Tom • - -- • George Thomas, Charles Miller, nie Burton. News Rader reports: Robert HalUnan, man, Shirley Bynum, Patric Smotherman. Fourth graders StubblefieWs Mrs. John Mayos. without having spelling The May Tllrnage. Lucy Caiidill. Barbara Cro\ Otto Boyett, Mrs. Lillian room are Bo Haynes, Mar Wade, Marg Regan. Marga fect. spelling Toft Proposes Farmers Handle Own Production Control Plans RED PRISONERS'COME IK FAMILY CROUPS-A group of Communist 6 uerrilla prisoncrs- of-war, including their children, waits to be processed at a stockade of the South Korean Cr- 'ol Division somewhere in Korea. Many of the captured guerrillas are graduates of special Communist Parly guerrilln schools. 'Sporty' Party-Giver, Big Tipster Arrested for Fleecing Farmer GRANBY, Que. W)— George Dll- Bols. 26, gave terrific parties and handed out »30 tips when he bought cigars. Folks around here called him "the millionaire of Qranby." On a trip to England in 1950 he handled money In such a way that cne newspaper called him "the most generous man in the world." Police arrested him yesterday. They charged all his high living and generosity was financed by fleecing 181,150 from a 55-year- old farmer named Adeodat Marquette. Saigon Has Suicides SAIGON, Indochina (AP)—There seems to be suicides every day in Sul- gon or the all-Chinese twin city of Cholon. Newspapers carry little par- Miss Elizabeth .Thornton, Ida Wilburn. grade room. t ..Third grade — Mingo Burton. Rob-'Lana Greene E WO «ID riaSMiB 1 '' BRAND THI OLD SUNNf IROOK COMPANY, LOUISVILLE, KEN agrR]))is headlined simply: ''Les f cidcs". The items recount how voulh. usunlly from 18 to 25. lake thcl own lives, usually by drinking poi fonous solutioiu. But they neve say why. CRUISES-TOURS CENTRAL AND SOUTH AMERICA HAWAII—JAPAN EUROPE STEAMSHIP — AIR ROGER WARD TRAVEL BUREAU Memphis 320 FAU.S BLDG. 37-2043 Tenn. MONROE, Wis. OT—Sen. Taft R-Ohlo) wound up his two-day residential campaign tour o/ Wis- oruin last night with a proposal iat farmers themselves handle arm production controls when such ontrols are needed. The government's job. he said, •rUnarlly should be to offer advice nd assistance, "I think there is undoutcdly a joint at which the government nust step In to protect the farmers agalriEt the kind o! which let them go through th» wringers so many times in th* put" Taft said. "At times a reasonable prlet vir^ port will require production controls, although certainly they should be avoided, except In seriom emergencies. "If we have any controU, however,' they ought to be exercised ai far as possible by the farmers at each community." 'Piggy Bonds' Encouraged for Thrift WASHINGTON W) — A congre-s-* lonal commitU'e suggests the sale of "piggy bonds"—purchased with kids' pennies—to encourage jui'tf- nlle thrift and to cope with a coin shortage. The suggestion was passed on to the Treasury by a House Appropriations subcommittee after it leard of a growing coin shortage caused by Increased use of metal n defense programs. Author of the Idea. Rep. Selmin- skl (D-NJ) said the "piggy bonds" would cost $3.76 in pennies, presumably taken from piggy banks, and would pay off $5 In 10 years. The interest rate would be the same as or» series E bonds. Read Courier News Classified Ads Churchill Says Goodbye to U. S. NEW YORK MV Winston Churchill Prime Minister waved goodbyt to the United States early today. The 77-year-old British statesman, alter 18 days In the United States and Canada/sailed for hom« aboard the liner Queen Mary. He puffed a cigar and waved breezily to several hundred persons who came to see him off. He wu accompanied by financier Bernard Baruch. his aclresi daughter Sarah Churchill, and city representative*. FUEL OIL G.O. POETZ OIL CO. '7 Sell That Stuff" Phone 2089 Of f ice & Bulk Plant—Promised Land omifilc' Lee Hughes, as, McCoy, Eula Home and IJiii- 'rom Cenlral g third grade child- ler absent nor tardy i semester, Mrs. W. S. : Jimmy Graham, n, Mary Ann Bate- Bnteniaii, Carolyn la Powlstoti and Judy era In Mrs. Mlldren room are enjoying >ry of "Black Beauty" ently added to their oook was, a gift from y*.s- ' er* In Miss Sunshine finished the seinester =, m sse a ing children were nor tardy during the es Pugh, 'Jesse Rnsp- n ErookSj David Bur- Jean Harris, Barbara Gentry and Prcdda 11, Mary" Stevenson, •ell, Sarah Trumble. James Alley,. Linda ie Jean Harris, Fran- and Renal Gentrj' the program of tho i this room last week. endance students in Frank's sixth grade oby Graham, Jimmy 'in McMahan, Jerry ret Hobbs and Judy ret Hobbs has a per- record for the first nge News a. 8, was "dolt day" in Hh Halstead's first Jo Aim JEJarger .nnd brought- their. "Rag- ouio.ii, treasurer, jenny Wren McCalla, program chairman. Officers of the "R«d Cross Club" In" Mrs. Iris Cooper's fifth" grade class are as follows: June Moore, president, Ronny Huey, vice president, Wanda Webb, secretary, Sandra Crawford, reporter. Sam Tune named the club. Mabelee Lunsford and Faith Fenny, fifth graders, made puppets and presented the story of "The Last King'"' in English in Mrs. Alvin Huffman's room recently. Jc«e Crews and SalUe Baker have made health posters. •Sixth grade children In Mrs. Julia Penn's sixth grade room have also elected new officers. They are Bobby Jayroe, , president, Martha Huddleston; - vice-president. .,. Carroll Blnkemore, secretary. Prank Rowe, brtvrian. . , TV and Telephone Make World Even Smaller as Wife Talks to Hubby TOKYO (JP) — MaJ,' Joseph A. pries, Allied censor at truce delegation headquarters In Munaan, Korea, telephoned hla wifs in Glen Burnie, Md., today while on a short trip t ^ Tokyo. Mrs. Dries answered. Then the major heard a scream. — and silence. Finally, his 8-year-old son Chris exclaimed: "Daddy, you'ra on televlaionl" When the major first spoke, Mrs. Dries had glanced at her television set and saw her husband— IN A FILM MADE LAST WEEK AT Panmunjom. Read Courier News Claasitietf Ads TUC ICY PRICEP SO LOW! NEW Here arc ih: truly advanced automobiles for 1952 . . . lite only fine cars priced so low . . . and one ride will tell you what we mean by that. We mean the only cars at or near their price bringing you the bcauly of radiant, new Royal-Tone Siyling with Body by Fisher! We mean iht only cars at or ntar their price ofler- ing such a wide and wnnder/ul choice of colors with upholstery and trim, in harmonizing colors, in all DC Luxe sedan and coupe models! Ixlra-imooth POWER LLIVAN-N ELSON CHEV 301 West Walnut We mean Ihe only cars at or near ihcir price with Ccnicrpohe Power . . . giving almost unbelievable smoothness and freedom from vibration. Moreover, we mean that Chevrolet supplies all these fine car advantages at substantial savings . . . for it's the lowest priced line in its field. Come in; see il; and place your order nowl with New Automatic Choke for finest no-shift driving at lowest cost. (Combination of Powerglide and 105-h.p. Valvc- In-Head Engine opuonal on DC Luxe models at extra cost.) ITS THAN ANY OTHER CAR I ROLET CO. Phone 4578

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