The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1954 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 6, 1954
Page 5
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THURSDAY, MAY 0, 1954 BLYTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FITIS Report Card Guests at Tuesday's assembly were Dr. Joe Burton, of Nashville, editor of "Home Life" magazine, and Mrs. Ralph Churchill of the music department of Southwestern Baptist Seminary, Fort Worth, Texas, who are holding a revival at the First Baptist Church this week. The Rev. E. C. Brown introduced them. Mr. Churchill sang "Somebody Did a Golden Deed." The subject of Dr. Burton's talk was "How to Chose a Girl Friend." He stressed the immaturity shown in the "Hollywood" type romance. Juanita Ferguson interprets the song in dance. Juaaita not a member of the club, is a guest star. In Friday's assembly Bobby Francis, Sue Harmon, Britt Owens, Jerry Strickland, Billy Micheal. Marthanne Hill, eVrnon Boyd and Max Anderson will be the cast for Moliere's "Doctor in Spite of Himself." At the First Christian Church last Friday night the Hi-Y club had a formal installation of new officers. Incoming officers are Norman Shields, president; Cecil Aycock, vice president; Thomas (Pug) Shelton, treasurer; James Rogers, secretary; and Joe Ray, chaplain. The third period speech class recently gave scenes from "Macbeth," As You Like It" and Julius Ceasar" in assembly. Taking part were Frances Slayton Jackson, Carol Ann Holt, Jim Buffington, Marjorie Daughtery, Nancy Hamby, Gailya Stilwelll, Betty Lee Garrot, Bobby Francis, Hugh Tyrone, Richard Kerbough, Jerry Nail and Kelly Jones. Jerry Strickland, Clarence Hall, Eloise Aichardsop and Max Anderson of the "Chickasaw" staff attended a two day meeting of the Arkansas Press Association in Conway last week. Yarbro The third grade students have each written poems. Mrs. Middleton and the fiftn grade judged the poems. Poems by Dick Wyatt, Cris McRae and Linda Branscum 1 place first, second and third re- The Rotary Club will be enter- spectively. tained tonight by some members of the Masque and Gavel Club. Eloise Richardson will give a reading. Peggy Taylor will sing "St. Louis Blues" and Don Coleman and Carol Ann Holt, "You're Just in Love." In a skit called "Three Breakfasts," Emily Damon and Danny Cobb will portray a married couple soon after marriage, during middle and during old age. Eugine Still will sing "Lover" while The ooys and girls in Mrs. D. C. McLean's sixth grade had an unusual treat last Thursday when E. R. Mclnnis told them of his three months' residence in the Middle East. At the request of the government of Iran the U. S. government sent him to that country to teach the men cotton classification. Stationed in Teheran, he saw much of life there and found LITTLl L/Z— The only thing o sweater cfoer for some girk « to make them itch. •«*• it, as he expressed it, like living in a different world from ours. Margaret Ferris, Robert Ledbetter, Gene Charles Graham, Linda Hannah and Nikki Hooper presented a skit recently on tuberculosis on the association's program over KLCN. Mary Lou Sander Cecelia Henderson and Russell Moore wrote and directed the playlet. Harrison High Minor Allen, James Dawson and Vera Willis are the new student council officers as a result of last Thursdays balloting. Minor defeated Joe Louis Flowers for president; Richard Sanders ran against James for secretary- treasurer; and Vera was opposed by Earlene Crenshaw. The candidates were nominated by a committee which included two faculty members. They made campaign speeches in assembly. Four Harrison High students attended the state student council meeting which was held in Fort Smith. Detailed reports of the meet- American Born Negro Singer To Go to Russia TOKYO (f) — Josephine Baker, St. Louii-born Negro ainger, issued a itatement today *aying she plans a trip to Russia, "where many race* live in harmony . . ." Mil* Baker'* statement was released through the Elizabeth Saunders Orphans Home, where she adopted two tiny Japanese bbysi while on a concert tour of Japan, i She and the babies left for Paris yesterday. . j She Said she hoped the boys! "may one day follow in the foot-' steps" of Paul Robeson, left-wing American Negro singer and actor whom Miss Baker described as "a great man who has fought the battles for racial Justice and world peace. . ." j She has renounced her American • citizenship and is t> citizen of! Franc*. IF YOU ARE A PERSON THAT DOESN'T WANT TO SAVE MONEY ing were given in an assembly pro- j gram by Eddie Lee Hoshell, Bernice Jackson, Joe Louis Flowers and Earlene Crenshaw. i Harrison High students have filled eight gift boxes for the Jun- j ior Red Cross. j AHEUMATIC AXTHtllK TOMS A •••*•! Xntarib Coated TtbJ*. 4)uht- IrnlMi bkwd tout totnrtl. W» at* BAWMt*. Redo*** nri« BC i4. j (Ma* wrick. lon c «r tuttnf relief to 4ecp- Mted print. Get traniM A JL Pals IfcbkU. 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