The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1942 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 23, 1942
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THURSDAY, 'APRIL 23, 1942 BLYTHEV1LLE, '(ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE Meeting To Begin Sunday; Fort Smith Singer To Aid Local Minister Plans and order of service for the annual Spring revival at the First Baptist Church, Walnut and Seventh Streeets were announced today by the Rev. O. J. Chastain, pastor. The meeting will begin Sunday morning and will continue for two weeks, closing Sunday, May *10. The Rev. Mr. Christum will duct the revival, assisted by man Ferguson, educational director of the First Baptist Church. Ft. Smith, who will have charge of the music. T>.ree Services Daily With exception of Sundays when the regular order will prevail three services will be held daily, two being over station KLCN, the pastor stated. The early morning broadcast, 8:30 to 8:45 o'clock, dedicated to the "Songs We Like to Sing." will be directed by Mr. Ferguson. The program Is expected to be composed mainly of request .songs by phone and mail. Mrs. L. Tipton, choir director at \\e First Baptist Church, will handle the first broadcast, Monday morning, in the absence of Mi\ Ferguson who win not arrive in time for the service. The morning worship broadcast will be held rrom 10:15 to 1045 o'clock. The song .service will be directed by Mr. Ferguson, with The Rev. Mr. Chastain bringing the sermon. •Night services will be -held at the Church. The prayer meeting groups will meet at 7:30 o'clock, followed by the 30-minute song .service led by Mr. Ferguson, and the sermon at 8 o'clock by the ptustor. Prayer Group ScSiedule Leaders of the prayer groups and the schedule for the first week Is as follows: Monday—Adulis. Hays Sullivan; Young" 1 People, Mrs. W. M. Williams; Intermediates, Miss Luna Wilhelm; Juniors. Mrs. Harry Brooks; Primary, Beginners and Cradle roll—Mrs. Jake Huffman. Tuesday—Acruits. Luther Williams; Young People. Eugene Auten; Intermediates, Miss Betsy Buchanan; Juniors, Mrs. E. W. Simmons; Primary, Beginners and Cradle roll, Mrs. Leslie Moore. Wednesday — Adults, Franklin Atkinson; Young People. Miss La- j Nell Smart; Intermediates, Miss' QEffic Terrell; Juniors. Mrs. M. C. )ullaw; Primary, Beginners, Cradle roll, Mrs. E. M. Eaton. Thursday—Adults, Mrs. Kendall Berry; Young: People, Clarence Johnson; Intermediates, Jack Hood; I Juniors, George Ingrain; Primary, Beginners, Cradle roll, Mrs. Bert Lamb. Friday—Adults, Mrs. R. I. Haley; Young People. Howard Frisby; Intermediates, Miss Ruth Head; Juniors; Jim James; Primary, Beginners, Cradle roll—Mrs. Walker. To Honor Intermediates Sunday morning's services have been designated as "Intermediates Day," members 01 the Intermediate department have pledged to bring their parents. The center section of he auditorium has been reserved for them, the Rev. Mr. Chastain revealed. Guiding the church through its first revival since he accepted the con-1 pastorate, the Rev. Mi 1 . Chastain Nor-1 expects a highly successful meeting, ' one of the best in its history. "Indications point to a glorious meeting," the Rev. Mr. Chastain said. "The members are carefully and prayerfully working to that end. Personally, I have set a goal of ICO additions and am confident that we will reach that mark. A goal of 800 in Sunday School at the middle Sunday has been set, to climax "Church Affiliation Day." We are expecting a spiritual revival, as well as increased membership. Singer in Demand "We feel roriunale to have Norman Ferguson to conduct the song service for this meeting. A talented soloiLsb, Mr. Ferguson Is recognized as one of the leading singers in the nation. For many years he served as educational director at the Immanual Baptist Church. Little Rock, before acceptin call to the First Church at Smith. He is in great demand for revival meetings because of success in leading the singing. Farm Credit Group Launches Program To Aid War Effort Pull the Trigger on •'«> Constipation, with Ease for Stomach, too When constipation brings on discomfort after meals, stomach upset, bloating, dizzy spells, gas, coated tongue, and bad breath, your stomach is probably "crying the blues" because your bowels don't move. It calls for Laxative-Senna to pull the trigger on those lazy bowels, combined with Syrup Pepsin for perfect case to your stomach in taking. For years, many Doctors have given pepsin preparations in their prescriptions to make medicine more agreeable to a touchy stomach. So be sure your laxative contains Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Caldwell's Laxative Senna combined with Syrup Pepsin. See how wonderfully the Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your intestines to bring welcome relief from constipation. And ihe good old Syrup Pepsin makes this laxative so comfortable and easy on your Ktomach. Even finicky children love the taste of this pleasant family laxative. Take Dr. Caldweli's Laxative Senna combined with Syrup Pepsin, as directed on label or as your doctor ndvises. and feel world's better. Gctgcnuine Dr.Calrl well's. (Continued from page 1) ans, E. E. Parks and A. C. Owens. At the meeting tomorrow nighr., at Leachville, these are to attend: Manila—R. T. White, Groverj Snider, Crocket 'Wrisht, C. B. ] Childress, James Moore. Gene' Glecman and W. M. Davidson. ; Leaciivilie—W. C. Johnson, J. N. Poe. J. Lee Bearden, Leroy Carter, M. D. Reed. Shady Grove—Jim David, John Williams, B. L. Myers. Frank Short, A. C. Reed. Leo Dormer. Box Elder—Fred Davis, U. A. Marshall, W. M. Willyard. W. O. Galyean, Jeff Rauls, C. E. Buck. Boyiiton—J. B. Green, C. E. Cagle, A. W. Owens, L. M. McClearn, E. N. Eubanks. Pawheen—E. D. Uhles, A. R. Gifford. E. C. May, Bruce Gulp, R. L. Edgin. Brown—H. C. Love, E. W. Robertson, E. R. Threlkeld, Lon Matthews, Torn.,. .Fleeman, B. ,.B. ^Threlkeld, Harvey Smith, Sam Fowler. Blackwater—W. W. Caery, L. V. Waddell, R. C. Whitney, W. E. Ballard, Wade Bourland. Rocky—Frank I. Noe, Claude Hill. Cleo Groom, John Finley, Glover Davis, Russ Crowell, J. W. Patterson, Ruff Newsome. Double benefit to the nation's war effort in increased pork production and increased War Bond sales will result from a unique program to be carried out by the members of the Planters Production Credit Association. The new plan was announced today by Lloyd Godley, of Osceola,' secretary-treasurer of the association. "Each member of the association participating in the project aurces lo feed one or more pi&s for a period of about 100 days or until a designated marketing date is announced," Mr. Godley explained. "The pigs will be marketed in u group and the proceeds which each grower receives will be invested in War Bonds and stamps." The county agents will give any assistance in feeding problems or disease control. "We submitted the plan to our members a few days ago." Mr. Godley said, "and ever since have been kept busy enrolling members from ail parts of Mississippi County eager to 'Grow a pig to lick a Hun, to buy a bond to make a gun, to shoot the Japs of the Rising Sun." We expect there will be several hundred pigs produced under this program. Each pig should sell for enough to buy at least one $25 bond." The Production Credit Association, a farmer's cooperative credit organization sponsoring the project, has offered $5 in defense stamps to the association member tne suggesting the best name for the •p ort | club. Names of all members sub' scribing to the pig-producing, bond- buying club will be inscribed on placards which will be posted in a prominent place in the association office in Osceola and in the office in Blytheville. A. C. Owens, Manila, has been selected by the directors as General Sales Manager. his HEALTH TALK Sponsored by , Arkansas Medical Society When U. S. Mamies were called on to guard the mails in 1925, the flood of mail robberies stopped mediately. im- A Cordial Welcome Awaits You at The Beauty Bar One of the finest, most modern shops in Northeast Arkansas. Phone 3202 Glcncoc Bid?. CIAL SALE Slock CalUc Tuesday, April 28 For this sale we will have about 150 good Quality While Face Cows- Half of these cows will have calves by their side and others are heavy springers, also about 200 stock calves which will weigh from 300 to 500 Ibs. These cattle will be sold in lots of 10 to 20, or in groups to suit the buyer. If you have the pasture for some cattle don't fail to be with us for this sale. VREVENTION OF CANCElt "Common mhci- than hys- eria should be used iu viewing- the r hole cancer problem," says the :iird bulletin in a series of articles n cancer issued by the Committee n Public Relations of the Arkansas ledical Society in cooperation with he Women's Field Army of the American Society for the Control f Cancer. "One hears the statement that ve do not know what causes caner," continues the bulletin. This s by no means true. We may not enow what causes a particular can- ;er, but in general we know the eason for these, dangerous-.growths, /ancers are made up of abnormal celis which will not obey the laws of tissue gowth and "will not do the work expected of them. It seems that some of these are simply cells which should have developed years before as the normal issues of the body, but for one eason or another, were retarded and then later have started up in an irregular fashion. These cells may be lying dormant in the body and cause a dangerous growth at any time or in any location. It is indeed fortunate that most of these cells lie dormant throughout life, but a few of them are capable of producing the most serious consequences. There would seem to be. nothing that v/c can do to prevent these cells from going wild, and to this ' extent, there is nothing hat we can do to prevent cancer of this type. Most cancers arise from an entirely different complex, however and there is much that we can do to prevent trouble. Chronic irritation is the keynote to cancer of this type. Let us suppose that a woman has suffered a laceration of the mouth of the womb in childbirth and that Mils injury has not been repaired. A chronic irritation and infection is set up at this point, and after years or less of iuch irritation, n cancer may develop at the site. A rough tooth may cause chronic irritation of the tissues of the tongue or check, and thus cause trouble. Chronic constipation, neglected ulcers of the stomach, or clothing which i-hafes parts of the body may be dangerous because of this constant nagging. The irritation of excess .sunlight may cause -skin cancer. Cancer prevention then consists mainly in taking care of one's , self in such a way as to avoid j chronic irritation, particularly in those places whore cancer is most likely lo arise—breast, uterus, stomach, face and lip. CLEVVELAND (UP) —Dr. Albert K. Kniesni'r's investigations of the nutritional ii-qui^hwnts ; of fhe bacteria mosi commonly associated with tooth decay hiivo earned him the Samuel M. Gordon national award lor ck-mal research. Dr. Knie.sner. who has been engaged in don i ul investigations since his graduation from the Western Reserve Uimvrsiiy Dental School in UMO, has demonstrated that piniUHhenie ncid. which is one ol the B vitamins, and dextrose are essential to the existence of oral LactobadllH the bacteria most tenth' found in association with dental curies, or decay. Arid Causes Decay It was said that the 1 research is still in its fundamental singe, but it was l\,eki conceivable that the research i. might .some day yield knowledge of how the microssopic offenders could be "starved to death" in the human mouth. The problem of the nutritional requirenrnts of the oral Laeto- bacilli. it was pointed out, is related to the general enigma of why such bacteria grow in some human mouths and not. in others. The bacteria .manufacture a ehnnieal a^ent which enables fermentable sugjr on tlic teeth to produce an arid, and the acid in turn is the immediate cause ol tooth decay. "We have .shown that these bacteria can't grow without two nutritional substances," Dr. Kniesner commented, "we plan now to begin systematic investigation of all their nutritional requirements." ed To Gain? Just A Mailer Of Arillimclic i;V ALICIA HART NEA Service Staff Writer Girls who need girdled to achieve a trim, slight, shape are not the. only ones who ought to be thinking abottC".their weight, just now. Thin ones .should too. Those slender conservation clothes we're wearing are revealing—two ways They .show up a hollow-coking rib cage as unbecomingly as they do a heavy hip. Heal Skinnyrmirinks, ever underweight, would be wsie to consult a physician about gaining weight And women who considerable weight suddenly, without apparent reason, should remember that this is usually a sign of illness. But healthy women can put on pounds. It's just n matter of simple arithmetic. Eat more than youi body consumes, and you gain the difference. Since you consume less whei you arc rest, you will gain if VOL cat the same amount but get more sleep. If your appetite is poor, yot might work it up by exercise. Bu take this exercise slowly, so that it will not take up energy quickly Try .some good deep, slow, even breathing routines in the morning, and a leisurely walk before dinner. And you might benefit by an appetizer. Terry Hunt, the Hollywood trainer, gave one to little Jan Clayton, and it helped her progress from { )4 to 100 pounds quickly. The appetizer—a glass of vegetable juice a half hour before meals. For quick energy food. Jan drank, morning and evening, a. of fruit-juice, one orangr- and one lemon, sweetened with honey and mixed with one raw egg yolk. grl with B,"VITAMIN BLOOM" demand extra vitality to do £verf! job wclL Among ridi and poor, 4 out of 10 Americajis': are vitamin starved—lack energy, tire quickly. 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