The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 21, 1952 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRITiAT, MARCH 21, 1952 flewA of tyour Behind the Blackboard Bj KliTH LKK (School CorrctjKmdrnt) chorus tonight at 8 _ .. the conceit, tlie BlylhcvilV: croup will have a party at Hie Marion Hold. All events took place at liobin- son Mcmorml Auditorium. Each member of Die lilyh school faculty has recently been appointed to a snechl commute" bv Principal \V. D. Tommey, two of wllleh nre tlie committee to study the pbllosorhv of education as It 'exists in nlytlicvitlc HiRh and another lo study renoit cards. Robert MrGraw is chairman of rvouei L .wrijiHw is chairman or (he pliilosonhv committee which is I composed of Miss (linn Arcc, Rob-! by Gene Newman. Miss Clara Ce- ( Albert Roberson. Robert Mpscnmb and Miss Ina Ellis. Tlie committee on report cards Includes Mrs. Lttcllc Qiiellmal?,, chairman. Miss Martha Asliford, Mrs. Katherine Green. Miss Gloria Crosby, Freeman nobinson. Joseph Sweat, Ralph Sinclair, nnd Miss Effie Lee Terrell. Other members :if the facility have been assigned lo dnartmenta! committees. In addition to the casts lor ti>c senior plays, several names of students connected with the production In other capacities have been Announced. Two recently named student directors arc Patricia Hearn for "The Spider" ind Mary Anne noteson for "The Pest Guest." diaries K!n- nliurham Is in charge of the sets for the three plays and Is being assisted by Melton Sylvester and Melvln Boyd, all of whom will be assisted by the shop student.-;. Carol Ann Bnlley will be arts director and Beverly Jones advertising mutineer for the three productions, and Patsy Calvorl will be in charge of properties nnd Dixie Snttpn of costumes for "Rock Dint," • • • '''.-• Teen-age problems was (he topic for n panel discussion recently coil- ducted In Miss Eloise Hlndman's fourth period senior English clnss with Cloyls Gnrnett ns chairman Also participating were Howell Boyd. Martha Nichols. Hobby Orsborne. Jerry Berry, Warren McChire and Joyce Tngrnm. Lange School News Mrs. Mnry Clay Crawford's fourth graders have organized a class club with the following officers: Tucker Ilardaway. president. l,eroy Hnddleston. vice- president, and Betty Otinn, secretary. Leroy Huildleston is captain of the boys baseball team and Sylvia Ladd of the girls team In this room. Billj- S. Boone was -Little Black Sambo" when Miss Frances Bright'* room presented the play last week. Given by Cllarlene Btepp. "Litlle Black Samba" also hart Lynn Newman and Robert Wayraan in the cast. A second play. "The Results of a Hart Breakfast nnd a Good One." vvns given by Nancy Virginia Triniuc with Almcdia J. Yixncy, Rebecca Utley and Nancy Trlmue in the ca.st. A '•juvenile jury" program was given recently m Mrs. Mary Etn- nia Reed's fifth grade room. Sam Tune acted as mortenuor Riul tlie | jury was composed of Boycc Moore, Joanne Battlc.s. John l.o- gnn, Mabelee Lmisford, Jannel Smitli and Iiyron Moore. Mrs. Al- vln Huffman's fifth grailns VKrc Kiiests, and three of her pupils .-served on the Jury, Please Note: Are you doing something unusual in your classroom—a contest, a special umt of work. A play, or a project? News from classroom teachers will be welcome for use in (his column. Ncw.s written by children, especially elementary children, is. lor ohviou.s reasons, unsuitable for their spelling, ns well us llieir reporting, cannot be relied upon for its accuracy, and there is not lime cheek on each bil of information. Please mall or brim; your information lo Hie office of the -superintendent in the high school bliiidiiiR on the ground flora, ne sure your news is in by Monday of each week. i:im Street S< l.cinl A number uf pupils attended the Mnrlnn Anderson TV party at ihe K. II. Nmm home lust week to •see the "Meet the Masters" show which featured a .sketch ol Ma- rlnn Anderson's lunne Hfe as well as her songs. . . . Creative, itraw- iny of ".signs of spriiui" from all unities nrc HOIV po.s-lcd In Hie hall. ... A Girl Scout troop i.s bc'inii nriiiniii-cd In tirades four to six by Arizona Haley and Ollie Hae Sinncrnll. . , . 'rciu'hc'i.s and p;ir- the rri'A open house tea which wns held In HID new lunch room last Sunday. All pupils with birthdays in March who were uue.sts at the monthly birthday party were Margaret, Ann Rcditl, iiilic Mack finghe.s. Maty Henry, Annie H. Hoy. Tcrelha Parker, Hetty J. Robinson. Peal-He Mae Tlninna'n. Joe Ralph Tyler, Helen Wells. Robert Fowler, Julius Smith. Ivy Smith. William Talley, Tuminlo Lcc Young, Annie Pave Donn. La- vnda nukes. Sam O'banicls. Hobble J. Smitl), no.xle Williams. Hobble Jean clayborn. Orbie Mc- Kniglit. Artcria Payne. Dorothy Jean Pinkcy, Che.sler I.ce Puck- ct. Roosevelt Rnffln, Eljner L.ec Shockley, Mary lientrlce Turner. G i! r a 1 d i n c Gnddls, Bcrdcan Thompson, Mary Alice .Strickland', Nathaniel Muthews. Phillip Turner, Charles Washington. Goldena McKinstry and Arils z. Sawyers. Third grade A piupils have 'been learning- new words from the dictionary and have made booklets Illustrating things they learned. Garland Partee nnd Harold Campbell were the winners in a. klie-flyinif contest, sponsored by the third grade A and B sections. Fourth grade "A" children have been busy prenimnff for Iheir spelling contest. Mnuy at them arc able to spell nil Ihe words in Ihclr spellers, their teacher reports. As many us two-thirds of ihe class can work any problem In their arithmetic in Ihe four fundamentals. .The sixth Brade i.s completing a unit, on the Netherlands. Mrs. Lottie Green McCoy reports. The children have collected pictures and products. They also have, made miniature boats, dolls, (likes, windmills and canals. For materials they used salt hoses, milk cartons and sand paper bap,s. Numtar Nino Nulc-5 Clmrle.s I-ang.ston. member of the Blythcville Uoarri of Education, and Mrs. M. b. Hart, third and fourth praclc teacher, took the two grovips on a lonr of Number Nine community last Thursday morn- Ins. Mr. Laiigston directed the tour, answering questions nskcd him in letters previously addressed lo him by Betty Gail Coals. Paillette Odoln, David Gregory, Joyce Lou Cuoksey and Hilly heed. Their visiting agenda included the blacksmith shop, the farm ea- ragc and repair shop, the Rich Lund Altalfa Products Mill, the cotton Rln, and the smaller warehouse. Questions :nost olten asked concerned the t-yre of machinery and j ambor ee V Sunday, March 30 3:30 p.m. & 8:00 p.m. IN PERSON < America's Number One Hillbilly Singer Lefty Frizzell ALSO WAYNK KANKY DANY HKOW.N HLACKIB CRA\VK01U) .lOU.NMi; RKCI'OK Tlie \Vtslcrn Chcrokvcs liattd American Legion Arena Dlyllieville. Ark. LOCAL TO WELKIN-LAND—This model of a three-slace rocket is designed to e.-cnpe Ivirlh'.s iilmnsphcre, and carry its crew ami cjirs'O 1075 mill's above the earth. L>r. Wcrnlicr von llriiun, technical director of the Army Ordi'jam-e Guided Missiles Development Group, who de-signed the rocket said in an article in n leceul issue ol Collier's, Hint 7ftUO-(on rockets such as Ihis could m.ilcc possible building of a i,p.iec-s(ution ns first step on a trip lo the moon. fuel used. Die dif/cient prof.'"sses used to KCI Hie (unshed products, the number of men needed, and (he amount of finished products produced in an hour niui hi a dtw. Hetty Oail Coats wrote the class tlinnk-you note to ML. I.anBston Friday nnd each child sailed his name. As a climax to this project, both grades have made an illustrated Ixiuklcl describing each place visited. Subjects correlated in tills unit of -study arc penman- shifj, history, #r;i/mnnr, leticr-writ.- I"R. literature, spelling, local ge- OKrnphy, and art. Third and fourth graders have uinde n study of different kinds of paper and their uses. They completed the study by making n colorful poster shotting cleju different types of paper mounted with original drawings on each. Sue Coats. Nancy Otlotn. and Edward Moore, sixth ijradcrs, have redecorated Die bulletin hoard lu the hall with two colorful posters on yood posture versus poor pos- Lure. Number Nine's 4-H club members met with their leaders. Mr. and Mrs. M. I,. Hart, last Wednesday nnd planned their program for the I'CKiilnr meeting in April. To coijinjeiuarate Saint Patrick's Day, tilt 1 children in nil grades reviewed flic life of St. Patrick and the first four grades made arm- bnnds, usinif the shnmroek for Die emblem. To culminate tills celelmv- lion. the four grades had a luncheon to'i'cllier in the third and fourth yrade room. Eacli child received n sucker as R party favor. Britain Gets Immigrants Kingdom, an increase of 57 per cent over tlie previous year, (he Hmird of Trade journal ic;wrlcd. 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