The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 15, 1945 · Page 3
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31 Junior High Honor Students 23 Ofhers Receive Honorable Mention For 6-Weeks Term Students in Junior high school who made Die honor rail for (lie first six weeks of the second semester were announced today by Miss Mont a Hughes, principal. They include: Joan HUmkenshlp Patty Lynn Biltholonicw, Pat Burks, Nancy Ann Damon, Mose Simon, Jimmy Lowe, Joan Lutz, Betty Nell Holland, Margery Hale, Larry Ash- Gay Oarrlgan, La June Autr'vv Jamie Fox, Ncllls Flowers, Betty Wooten, Lois Lovelady, Bill Hamll- IOH, Mary Sue Hawkins, Mary Jo Eaton, Maureen Norris, Louise Sul- liv.in, Beverly Ann Alley, Luther Robinson, Freddy rjnUlwcll. Nancy Shivley, Billy Max Oanii, Jim Lancashire. Luclon Colemnn, Slilrley King, Alan Berry, Martlia Jniie, Wallace, Students receiving honorable mention for this period wore: Anne MeLcod, Jackie Jfunes, Gcoi'se Xenos, Mnry Dowdy, Aleciii Freeman. Christine Patsy Lou Pope Vivian Hussc)] Johnny Taylor, Phillips, carwylc, Austin, Donald Brooks, Minnie Ruth Krcch, Bobby Oenc Davis, Sonny Lackmann, Jlmmie Murleii, June Stires, Ann Yarbro, Hetty Sue Lovelace, Louelln Hub- W ). _bard, Maxine Hill, Mary Jun e Go- - foriha-Jo-.-Ann 'iWochmimn, Betty Jones. Having perfect attendance records for the first six weeks period were: Luella Alley, Roberta Braccy, Jean Bycrs, Ga y Nell Crceluls, Mary Dowdy, Maxlnc Hill, Dcnnlo .Gentry. Billy Joyner, Bufoid Youim. Emma Lulu Shook. • Billy James, Buddie Kesler, Richard Lum, Jimmy Marlcr Henry 'Mllhorn, Jackie Phillips, Lajune Palrlcil1 Layson, , . . , Bobble Michael, Betty Reid, Nancy Richards, Lucille Musk, miford Hopper, Patty Bartholomew. Ann Boswell, Jackie Esles, Mary Jane Goforth, Patsy Pope, Louise sulll- vnn. Ann Yarbro. Aline Hansard. Howard Robinson, Ralph Morgan, Bonnie Sue Thompson, Dorothy Rice, Martha Tmylor, Mary Tray, lor, Jamie Fox, Robert Ruth Freeman. klrshner, . Margery Hale, Shirley King, Hcl • en Martin, Kathryn Martin, Vivian Taylor, Ales Trotter, .Mary Margaret Auten, Martha Davis. Doris Fulgham, Nancy Hamilton, Patsy Jean Haynes. Home Demonstration Notes Mrs. Murray McHaffey was hostess to members of the Shady Lane Home Demonstration club Friday at her home, which was attractively decorated with Spring flowers. Roll call was answered with each member telling "what I am doing to help In the food-for-victory pro- ram" an " gram", and "changes needed In the home to help." During tlie business session, Afrs. Raymond Payne was elected secretary, replacing Mrs. A. J. Smart, has moved away. devotional was given by Leachvilie Man Completes 63rd Combat Mission HEADQUARTERS, 13TK AAP South 1'acific—Staff Scrgt, Alvla W. Moore, «n engineer ami gunner in the Cnisnders. veteran medium bombardment unit of the 13th AAr, recently completed Ills 03rd combat mission. These missions liqve Included tho bombing and strafing of enemy Installations in the Northern Solomons, Bismarck Archipelago New Guinea, Nvthcrlfind Eitst indies nmi the Philippines. It was the Bismnrck- ArchlrjeJnyo cnmpaltjn Hint witnessed the ncutrnliuillon of liabatil, key Japanese bnse in the South Pacific. Sergeant. Moore was graduated Mrs. H. O. McHaffey, and Mrs J T. Hipp rend n iioem. Mrs. ..Murray McHaffey demonstrated n crocheted center piece, nnd also making new clothes out of old. Home made toys were made and sent to the t-hib for a demonstration by Mrs. S. Coil, wlm Is a pa- Hent at a hospital in Boonevllle. All members voted to send Mrs. Qoff a card of thanks for her thousjhtiiiincss. Games -were played during the social hour before the hostess served sandwiches, fruit salad, cake and coffee. The refreshment table ivns centered with a low bowl of pink, and -yellow rosebuds, flunked will) taper In silver candelabra. The nest meeting will be held April 4 with Mrs. T. T. Campbell. ifuin Um-hvllte i'ligli - fichobl In ' 1039 and was employed as nn ue- counlniu. by the Universal Credit Company of KHroll prior lo entering the Army Air Forces on July 22, isn2, HO received his (mining «t Sheppard Flekl iTexnst Air Mechanics School and the Foil Myers. Ma., Gunnery School. During his lour of overseas duty Scr- fieunt Moore has been awnrcted the Ah- Medal and three Oak Lent Clusters In lien of additional Air Medals. Sergeant Moore Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar J. Moore of Uachvllle. Ark. His wife resides In Blylhcvlllo. Ark. Robert Gibbs Wounded I'vt. Robert C. Glbbs, son of Mr.s. Cicrtnule cilbbs. lias been wounded In the European theater, It 1ms wen announced by the War Department. HB Is wllh the Army. Read Courier News Want Ada. Women do you suffer SIMPLE ANEMIA Due to Loss of Blood-Iron? 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