The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 17, 1953 · Page 17
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 17

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 17, 1953
Page 17
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DECEMBER 17, 1953 BLYTHKVU.LK (ABK.) COURIER NEW* PAGE SEVBHTBBH CHRISTMAS PLAY — Shown above is a scene from "The Man Who Pound The King," the Christmas play given by the Senior class in yesterday's assembly at Senior High School. In this scene are (le'ft to right) Bonnie Henson. Evvan Wimberly, Frankie Seay and Patsy Weaver. (Courier News Photo) oj The Report Card by MELBA MARION (School Correspondent) With only one day left before Christmas holidays the festive spirit is high at BHS. The band initiated the week's pre-holiday activities in assembly on Tuesday with n, program of Christmas music. Seniors gave their annual Christmas play in Wednesday's assembly. Jimmy Nelson, Bonnie Henson, Frankie Seay, Patsy Weaver, Joe Whisenhunt, Sue Harmon, Ervan Wimberly, George Slanfield, Sammy House and Jack Smith were the cast for Graham DuBois' one- act play, "The Man Who Found the King." Continuing" the festivities today the choir entertained with a Christmas program. Tomorrow morning the home rooms will have parties and exchange gifts. ' The Girls' Beta Club is initiating! fifteen new members this week, j These new members have quali- \ fied on the basis of character and' achievement. . They are Monya Blankenship, Nancy Harris, Gena Gaines, Kay Jobe, Carmen Gary, Mary Beth Daniels, Nancy, Joyce Arensmeier, Susan Moore, Sherry Sparks, Emily Damon. LUG Owens, Caj-olyn^Crafton, Sue Owens and Arden Cuadra. Last Friday a large group of students from Hayti, Missouri came to BHS to bring the second in a serves of exchange assembly programs. They gave a minstrel style "forty-niner" program replete with jokes, singing, square dancing, tap dancing, and harmonica playing. As part of the high school's guid ! ance service* three standardized achievement tests were given to; the sophomore class last week. The purpose of the tests is to de termine as much as a test can in dicate the individual student's achievement in reading, mathematics, and language. The results of this testing will be used for instructional, counseling and placement purposes. The tesi results are used to assist students in making their own personal analyses of their strengths and weaknesses in the basic learning skils. The Congo River, with only a few transfers required by waterfalls and rapids, is navigable by river steamer for almost 40013 miles. RHEUMATIC ARTHRITIC VICTIMS Offered Faste, Relief Froa Pai» KIRBY DRUG STORES ENJOYMENT AT ITS BEST, Chicken Prices Drop LITTLE ROCK UP)—A Federal Marketing News Service spokesman said "the bottom is slowly dropping out" of the chicken market in northwest Arkansas after prices declined three cents in three days. Osceola News By BETTYE NELLE STAKB 50 Club Meets Tlie 50 Club was decorated Wednesday night in Yuletide decorations when 80 members and guests attended the Christmas buffet supper and dance. Festoons of foliage on the Wall lights added a festive air through the club building. The hors.d' oeuvre table laden with holiday treats was centered with a cascade arrangement of red carnations, poinsettias and holly. Planking the centerpiece were glowing red candles sprinkled with glitter. Lining the entire length of the wall in the Pine Room was a Christmas scene arranged in the built-in flower boxes. When time approached for the meal to be served, the centerpiece of flowers was removed and fried chicken Christmas tree centered the table. Following the supper, dancing to the music of a Memphis band provided entertainment. Guests were Dr. and Mrs. C. W. Silverblatt, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Teaford, Mr. .and Mrs. Dane Fergus, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Dyess, Mr. and Mrs. Joe, Applebaum, Mr. .and Mrs. Boyd White, Mr. and Mrs. Hale Jackson of Kansas City, who are members of the club came especially to attend the affair. Has Birthday Party Tuesday night, the Country home of Mrs. A. F. Glascoe was the setting for a shower given the 13- month-old adopted son of Mr. and Mrs, Harry Minton, William Steel Minton, who came into the Minton NEW CHEVROLET — Chevrolet models for 1954 will go on display here tomorrow at Sullivan- Nelson Chevrolet Co., 301 West Wulnut. Automatic transmission will be optional equipment in all series of the 1954 line. Shown above is the Bel Air four-door sedan. family the previous week. Sharing with Mrs. Glascoe In entertaining were Mrs. C. A. Strnn- Mrs. G. Porter, Mrs. J. H. Bass, Mrs. F. E. Stephenson. Two guesis from Helena attended the affair, Mrs. Vernon Win- ;ielfl and Mrs. Joe Rupple, and Mrs. Joe Taylor of Memphis. The hostesses served a salad plate. Compliments Niece Mrs. Garner Robbins and Mrs. Earl Robbins are complimenting ;heir niece, Miss Patsy Rcbbins, who wiH be a June graduate, wiih a Sadie Hawkins party Tuesday night at the Delta Club. A buffet supper highlighted by baked ham will be served to the forty-four graduates, Supt. H. L. Stanfield, Mrs. Stanfield. the senior class and their sponsors, Mrs. Gladys Burr, Donald \Vertz and Mrs. Wertz. The pa rly will ca rry out the Chirstmas theme in its decorations and dancing will follow the supper. 36 Club Meets The Delta Club was the setting for the annual Christmas supper- dance of the 36 Club Thursday night. The hosts were Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Young, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Colbert, Dr. and Mrs. Joe Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Woods, Mr, and (Mrs. Ralph Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Frazier, Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Smith and Mr .and Mrs. C. W. Pugh, Dancing until mid-night to the music of Ea rl Roberts and his band was followed by a buffet supper. Guests other than the 100 members were Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Sartain. Mr. and. Mrs. Jim Hyatt, Lt. and Mrs. Guy Newcomb. Three couples were taken into the club including Mr. and Mrs. Dane Fergus, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Riley and Mr. and Mrs. Pugh. Silver bells and snow scenes keynoted the festive holiday tleco- Calumet News Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mansal spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Carter. The Junior Class of the BaptisS Church held its weekly social Sunday afternoon at Walker Park. Jimmy Bice was in Little Rock Saturday on business. Miss Bertha Carter and Miss Eloise Pate spent Sunday with Misa Sue King. Miss Elizabeth Ann Bice and Misa Peggy Bell Privett spent the wees end with their uncle, Guy Middleton. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White spen* Sunday with his mother, Mrs. N. P. White, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Dcason, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Patterson o! Memphis. and Crawfordsville were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Thomas and family are moving to Bruce, Miss. Mrs. Thomas is the daughter of Bess Davis. Mr. and Mrs. E- J. Nixon are moving to Calumet from Middleton, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Stevens Grant Smith spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Atanner. Mr. and Mrs. Deward Davis visited friends at Crossroads Sunday afternoon. rations. Mrs. Guy Robbins was In charge of the decorations, Mrs. Colbert was chairman of the food committee. ON DISPLAY TOMORROW! The new 1954 Chevrolel Bel Air 4-door ledan. Wilh 3 groat icriei, Chevrolet offers the most beautiful choice of models In its field. Powerglide automatic transmission now avuilobli on oil models, optional at extra cast. Powered for Performance! Engineered for Economy! Come see the most beautiful, most powerful Chevrolet ever built... the new car that combines great new performance with money-saving gas mileage! __ STRAIGHT^ - ' --- ~< KENTUCKY IIENDED KENTUCKY STUAIGHT WHISKEY KHJUBON WHISKEY $185 $185 i|4/5Qt. /1.I/5QI. Holiday, ca ll f or ,),,. «[ )CS1) » , 10 Krve dclicioun Hill and Hill, Straight and Blend. Il'« "whiskey at ii.bcsi I" BOTH 86 PROOF . KENTUCKY BLENDED WHISKEY CONTAINS 65X GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS . THE HILL AND HILL COMPANY, LOUISVILLE, KY. COAL $10 ton delivered - 2 tons or more (Plus Tax) HESTER'S COAL YARD PHONE 3186 with POWER BRAKES, AUTOMATIC WINDOW and SEAT CONTROLS In every way, Chevrolet now brings you even more of the things you want. More heanty with brilli.ini new styling in Body by Fisher and bright new color harmonics outside and inside the car. More power and finer perlnrinanre with new high- compression engine power in all models. More comlons and cniivcnicncc.1, including luxurious and colorful new interiors, Powerglide for all models and such great new features as Power Brakes and Automatic, Electric Window and Seat Controls. And, thanks to advanced Chevrolet engineering, all this with new economy, too. The fact is, you'll find that no other car offers .to miiny things you want at such low cost. That means the low first cost of the lowest-priced line in its field. And it means money-saving economy of operation and upkeep, as well. Stop in and take a good look at the best-looking Chevrolet you ever saw! „ 1 Power brakes for easier stops Now Chevrolet brings you a great new advance in driving case—Power Brakes. Slopping is wonderfully easy and convenient. Optional on Power- glide models at extra cost. New, automatic window and seat controls Now, at the touch of a button the front scat and windows are electrically adjusted lo suit your liking. Optional on Bel Air, and "Two-Ten" models at extra cost. Mar* things mor« p«opl« wont, that's why MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLETS THAN ANY OTHER CAR! New styling that will stay new There's a new, lower, smarter look about this new Chevrolet. Front, rear and all around the car, you'll see new styling that brings you Fisher Body at its beautiful best. New interior richness Fine new upholstery fabrics with a more liberal use of beautiful, durable vinyl trim. New color treatments in harmony with the brilliant new exterior colors. Thrifty new power in all models Now, in Powerglide models, you get the more powerful "Blue-Flame 125" engine-in gearshift models (he more powerful "Blue-Flame 115." New, lower price on power steering Chevrolet Power Steering reduced in price! It does 80% of the work to give you easy, sure control. Optional at extra cost on all models. SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET CO. 301 WEST WALNUT BI,YTHEVII,I,B

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