The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 26, 1936 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 26, 1936
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lAGfc COURIER NEWS Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Whit Goodman having Wednesday Bridge club. Suirbeains meeting First Baptist church, 4 \i m Chapter D of P. E. O. meeting at 2:30 with Mrs. H. H. Hov chins. Bible Study of Church of Christ meclh'j with Mrs Henry Gill THURSDAY'S EVENTS Women of Firsl Church of Ihc Nazarcnc having all day nlcctlng with Mrs, A. O. Dunlvan at Stcele. Mis F B Joyncr having Ihurs- da> Contract club Mld-Wcek Bridge club meeting with Mrs. W. L. Homer, Commencement;Week Activities Occupy High School Graduates Class dny, a walcr carnival, a left,' a dunce, the I'ollles and commencement exercises arc keeping the KM graduates of (he clly high school busy Ihis week. Fciloivlng the bnccaluurcate services Sunday, Class Day was observed yesterday.' A program wt\« given before the high school students nt which tlic seniors, wear- Ing Iliclr caps and fiowns for the first time, relinquished their scats lo tlic Incoming class. Basil Locke, president, presented Ihcin to Hlldrcn Buiich, Junior prcsl- Miss Sue Butt to Wed W. M. Robinson Mrs. Arthur 'Murray Butt, has announced Ihc engagement of her daughter, Sue, to William Morrison Rbblnsoii, of Cape Gliarrtcau, MO., son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred M Robinson, of St. Louis. The dale of Ihc wcddjng: wiU'b'e announced later. Miss Butt, received her later education al Randolph-Macon Woman's College, LJnchbuig, Va nnd .Sophie Newcoinb college, New Orleans,, La. She Is a member of thc Kappa Alpha iheta soioritj L Mi Robinson is a graduate of Washington ami Lee Uniuisilv Lexington, Va., where he became a membei of thc Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. He Is manager of the : E. 'C. Robinson Lumber Company al Cape Girardcau. Announcement of this cngkgc- mcnt Is of wide interest here. Thc Mde-clect,. who Is a member of a pioneer Mississippi county family, is one of the most popular members of Ihe younger set. 'A Jiumber of interesting ' affairs arc already being .planned for her and her nance. Mr. Robinson, who Jived here for several months last year, is also widely k n o \v n throughout 'south Missouri. Seniors Complimented Will Walcr Carnival One of the most unusual af fairs ever given heie wjs the water carnival liisl '"night when the Business and Professional Women s club entertained members of the senior class at Whistle park, formerly thc Chicago Mill park The pool ^ns charioted [or thc occasion a'n'd ' thc" s'unoundini; Osccola Sociely — Pcrs'bhal, park was aitahgcd as a carnival with such attractions as blngu games, pop , corn stands, peanut stalls, bail Ihiowing shows,, hijd get shows, cokl drink stands aVirl n 'For Men Onlv' shou ' Moncv (bcltlc top?), were issued the gucsls upon arrival and they "pi'jclias- cd" tickets for the jcvcnls. Swimming \v'as on the program throughout the party and at 9:3(1 o'clock there was a "swimming show ' conducted bj J A Puckctt Miss AUtilev Blyllp and Dun McLean won thc swimming honors. There were also plain and fancy diving conlcsLs before the 'shle' show in which boss 01 Ihe Class were thc bathing bcnu ties atllrc'd In bathing costumes of long ago. Lloyd Wise. wear, ins a 1898 model, won tlic loving (tin) cup. Lake Street W...M. S. Meets Tlic Women s Missionary. Soc- iely of Ihe Lake Street Methodist church held a meeting at thc church yesterday afternoon will 21 members present. After thc «HIR, 'Heavenly Sunlight," a scripture reading was given by Mrs George- Shanks. Another song. "All the Way My Sailor Leads," preceded the roll call which was answered with Bible verses. Tin meeting-, which was answered with Bible \crses Thc meeting, vvhlcl' was presided over by Mrs. W. L Green, was .dismissed with prayer by Mrs. A. 1.. Reagan. * * * Has Birlhdaj Farlj. Dick Shanks son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe.; Shanks, celebrated htr eighth birthday by having a picnic at Ihe nc» Walker Park S-A- Mrs. II. "M. Blovall, • assisted,'.by Mines. S. , M. Hodges. Margaret Hale, J. I,.'\Vard and 'John•Miller, was hostess, to. Circle "B". of-.?l)lc Methodist Missionary society at'-lipr home yesterday, afternoon. , Mrs.;C. M. Harwell,-circle chairman, pre sided during the business session, in which plans for a ruimnage -stile were made. Tills being the last meeting'tintll fall, each one present, lold of liidir plans for the vacation season. Mrs..! J. A. Apple was enrolled us a'no'w member. ' • ' •• * * * Circle "A" at tlic hoimVof Mrs. C. L. Drake with Mrs. A. S. Rogers, circle chairman, presiding. Plans were 'discussed for the Joint social incclinjT of both circles at Grldcr Memorial park in June. . » * * Tlic Rev, Edward W. Mclll- chnmiSc, rector of St. John's Episcopal church. Helena, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lovewell, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cronicr for the weekend. He 'preached llir baccalnnrcalc sermon for thc Osccola high srtiool at Ilic BnptL'it church and also 'conducted services at Calvary Episcopal church earlier in tlic day. * • t rhe Baptist Missionary society held their missionary program combined with a miscellaneous shower for the Baptist state h6s- plInI'lti Little Rock, yesterday nf- ternoon in the Progressive 'Club room. - . ' The' program, on "Youth Movements in thc Kingdom," \vn s arranged and led by Mi's. E. D. Rose. The devotional, on "Greatest in thc Kingdom," Malt. 18:1-6, was given by Mrs. Ed Tcaford. .Mrs, Dwlght Blackwodd contrasted the movements 'of Nazi youth tn Germany, Fascist youth in Italy and communist youth'in lussia, all militaristic, with those f England and -America which'in- dcnl. "Youth anil Mind' 1 was the subject of thc program. 'Those numbers were given: piano solo, Virginia Litllc; introduction, Gene Sykcs; "Your Mental Heritage." Bobbyc Jeanne Dlaytocl:; ."Yoi'r. Mind anri Your Spirit," Einma'llnc Page; "Your Mind nnd Your Body," Hcrehc! Moslcy; "Tha Beiilnnlnftc of a Mind." Albert Ridings; "lite Iui|)ortanee o f Habits." GeraliUne nylcc; "Your Mind nnd Rooks." Tliclmn Koch- 'er; ."Your Mind atirt Your C'orn- -ns^' Kinniclt Colvln; "Your and Radio," Colin 'Douglas; ,.,,,qm- Mind and the Movies." John Bi'r'ns; "Your Mind and Yoiir Teachers," Gwendolyn Fisher; "Tlic Wise Use of Time," Vcrn Eallba; "The Ail of Coiisccni- "llon," Frances Litllc; "Planning Ahead," li. L. nalsfll; class prop hrcy, Evilo'u Hawkins; class will, .Pauline Fowler. Last iilghl tlic senior.s were .guests of. Ihc Business nnd I'ro- Bits of News Moslly Personal Cara ilipps, of Osceola, . | s '. & pailent at Hie Memphis Methodist hospital: Mrs. J. N. Freeman, of . Basseil was taken to (he Memphis Mctlio list hospital ycslCrday. Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and fioii ilmmle, arc spending today ,, |, Memphis. Tlicy will visit iijve 3. n. Maddux, who is »t HiH' Clinic, because of Injuries recclv ed In a recent fall In vrhlch'tlir racltired her leg. Mrs. W. M. McFarlahd Rni (laughter, Miss Orace, spent III week-end njt Piixlco. Mo., w u'l the Is. Z. Ncwiiom family. O. T. haborn, who came her several months ago t<> be ton necled with the Arkahsas^ils SOLTJ! Power coriinany, IKUK !o St. Bernard's hospital: at boro today, where lie Underweii in bpemtlon for append Icftin. Tii fossioinl Women's club for water cnrnlvhl nt tlie Chicago '.Mill park. '. '.:, The Junior-Senior Parent-Teacher association Is hiivlni; a tea this afternoon, 4:30 o'clock, on the lawn of ihc hul. .Misses Mnry Elizabeth Boruir mid Betty Lee McCulclicn, mem • Iwrs of Ihc class, wll'l h? p,vesl:. of honor at a (lancing part) to be given at (he country chil .Wednesday by Mr. and Mrs' Samuel F. Norris. Members of thc clnss and a number of theii friends will allcn'il. Miss Cnpllo'ln Whltworth wil be crowned queen of the Follle: liy Ocnc Sykes, business manager Thursday night. This will f c a U'rc tlie ..ucrforinance to be glvei at Hie Roxy theatre with tli' proceeds to be iiicrt for thc nicm orlal. to as Is the custom. Maid queen will be France: urday afternoon: present. There were 15 After wading in the new wading POO! and u'ajlng games, sand wiches, cookies and grape Juic were served. « » » Counlrr Club To Have Picnic Thursday, • - - ' Member'; of the country clu will have an old fashioned picnl Thursday evening. Gr30 o'clock, o the fru'it portSi hovw. of the clu Mrs. Joe G. Trlcschman, chair man of the committee in charge will uc assisted by Mrs. F. I Engler and Mrs. W. T. Ba'rnctt. * • • * Mary EliTabtlh Ronim Gcest (H Honor At Dinner. Miss Mary Elizabeth Borum, on of Ihls jcar's graduates, was gues of honor at a dinner party give last night by Mr. and Mrs. Henr Humphrey. The table »as prettily • deco rated wlth'.pink tapers In.crysU holders and a bow) of pink rad iancc roses, on a lace cloth, four course menu was served. Other guests sere Miss Vlr pints Martin, Barnes Crook an Ned and Billy Ayrcs, of'Osceola. Later the party went to th ?ater carnival, , luclc M. C. A.. Y. W. C. A. Joy Scouts, airl Scouts, Allied 'oulh and similar Ith spiritual aims. Litllc. Jessnlyn Blomcyer. Belt.\ Lee McCutchcn, Geneva Cartel Louise Uittrcll, Mildred Lou Hub liard,_ Emmallns Page and Kalh lyn Walpplc. Tliclr escorts wll ce: Uljly Cade, B. J. Sanfbrd. Ed (lie F^IIba, Olynrter rtaydcr, Roll crl Jones. Emniett Cdlvin, Join . McHnncy aiitl Elmer Llmisey .Ilmmle Mrts Whltworth will lii rown bearer for his sister, Char cs Henderson and Bill Polti 1 vill be the Irani bearers ami An iclla Hymphrcy Is to > ;bc tin flnwcr girl, . Other features of the prograu 111 be a ventriloquist and a limian dummy "Boscoc". Mis? .IcCujchen, Who Is manager ol he show, will be assisted with . dunce specialty by Miss Manure! Moflitt and Miss Ruth Rhodes. The diplomas will' be 'presented Friday night at Ihc city nndltorii'in yhen Henry Hudson, fonnerly ithlctlc director of the school <ina low of Arkansas Tech. Russcll- •illc, will be the guest speaker. organization; Tlic 'nospilal program arranged r Mrs. Frank Williams, hospital hairmnn. Included Iwo vocal solos y Mrs. M. E. McDcarmnn and a eadlng by » rs . Hale Jackson cn- Itled, '"ITic Story of n Pillow Case". Filly pieces of linen alid Illlccn dollars in cash offerings 'were Ve- clved for the hospllal. , . Mrs. Nell 'Ray was enrolled as a new'member. Mrs. M. E. McDe'ar- man and Mrs. Ben Butler w ;ucsts. The following women who served is hostesses, and all oi'hc'rs on Ihe lospllal program were dressed' In nurses uniforms: Mines. L I'cndc'r- grast, D. A. Silcr. Dean Hntchcr Gill Mastln and Cecil Overturn. H. V. Ma'dden. supjrinlcnilenl of the Osccola cotton Oil mill, at- lended the inectlnp of the Tri- 3tatcs CoUonsccd Ol! mill superintendents in Memphis Friday where :ic spoke on Soy B;an Milling bv the Cottonseed Industry. n. c. Lundfiulsl. Seoul executive or norl'icMt Arkansas, was tn 6s- ceola Friday and Saturday diirliig registrations fr.- the annual encampment at Vannrtalc. b-Elnnlnj June 15. :•) Mr. and Mrs. I. s. Burton and daughter, Margaret, have returned from Arkadelphia' where they at tended the commcnccmcnl ajit homecoming scriil-cintehnial celc oration of Ouachlta college o which Mr. Burton is a graduate Mrs. R. c. Kcofauvcr has return cd to her home In Madisonville Tcnn., after a week's visit with Mrs W. c. Mason and finally Mrs. Charles L Shonb. and smal daughlcr of Louisville; Ky., are vis itmj their mother and grandniolh er. Mrs. Margaret Hale. Sam Coble, who has been quit, 111 for the put week, is improving and Is able to be aboul tire house Mr. and Mrs. Btyant Stewart o Blylhcville were Sunday gucsU o Mavdr and Mrs. A. S. Rogers. ^Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Florida sn-n the weekend in St. Louis' Mks Olive Anderson and broth er. Dwignt Anderson, of Wilsor M w Cox and Mr Mrs, Walter Cox of LoAchville drav to Oxford, .MU^ to tl , «rm ' - . v Williams at a dinner given in thelr fconor tonight. : ,i£r. and Mrs. D. M. Moore wer visitors m Little Rock Sunday Monday . , . Tliompsoh accompan Rev. J. J. led him. The condition of \. B: __. _, who has been 111 some tlrh'e." i. unchanged. ,. Mr. and Mrs. \V. E. Roddy ar In MoiVcUc today for the fuhera of Mr. Roddy's grandfather T I Povvcll. Mrs. A. White, of BenaVh, 'Mo Is the giicst of her sislcr. Mrs " ' Boyd. and family/v f 0 V :' : . HbiiVy jt. Bra'n,icnb'uVp of Tcrrc Haute. Ih'd., Is the gues of her parcntj. Dr. ahcl Mr D. L. Boyd. for two weeks.' Mrs. Jennie Craig lias; as he gi'Mt, her niother, Kfrs. Busi Webb, of .HanVmo'nd. Ui. D. L. week. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. C. have returned from B. Bagjcl visit ' I Hopklnsvillc, Ky., and fJaBhviili Tcnn. . , ( -.,; II. Hlghnil left today for '. business trip which will lake: hli lo Jonesunro, Little Ilock, Met. phis and Tcxarkaha. He will re turn Tuesday. Mrs. J. B. Miller, of Manlii was taken to thc Memphis Bap list hospllal yesterday. Mrs. W. L. Wise, of Luxpri Is a patient at the Memphis 'Bill: list 'hospital. ,;, Milton Webb and mcinbers '(. his orchestra have gone to Chlca 30 where they will play at 'li ;'Rtng Slrtc Tavern", where Frc Cace'rio, former world's inlddit vctght champion, is host. 20 Scouts Promoted or Given Merit Badge Twenty members of Idea! Do Seoul troops 'recently h'a'vc bee ivcn promotions or award? merit badges by the local coiii Kctser News Notes \Vprd received Friday 'of the it honor. Raymond Crawford, iwarnes. Bill LaverLy and Bryar Stewart Jr.. have lien 'promolc 6 first biaF^ sccl ts. Charlc \bliptt, James • Pounds. Frc Rutherford, Ben -Sanders. Walte 361 Her, Harold Wood. Albert S? iba and Hugh Nelson Thcmpso lave been promoted to sccon claw scouts. The following 'merit badges hai been awarded: Raymond Craw Tern, swimming; Russell Fur personal 'health; William Giicria swimming; Ira Gray, clectriclts Mclvln Hnlscll, handicraft an cooking; Harold Dozlcr, black smltlilng and farm .home; Leo Sm'llh, farrii layout, electricity an bird study; Lloyd Ward Jr.. clicm istiy, pcm>hnl health, public hca th. first aid 10 animals, stami :narksmanshlp, safety, firemansh nnd larm home. death at Longvlcw. Miss., of Henry Montgomery, a brother of the late W. W. Hall. Mr. and Mrs iialph Fei-guson. Charlie Montgo'iti- ery and "family, Mrs. Albert HnH of Cxsccola. and Mrs. E. C. Hall eft hnhibdlately 'to attend the funeral. , ' ,' • •''•,. N'frs. Anna Jones, of Grenada Miss., mother of B. R. Jojncs, visited friends In Kciser last. week. Mrs. Olto Koehler and daughter ^^ar'joric Nell, of pell, ylsSled "relatives here over the week' eiid. Mrs. W. M. Taylor sr.. of Columbus. Miss., returned here last week with her sou. W. M. Taylor, with whom she will spend most of the summer. Harry Dunavanl jr.. accompanied J.olin P. Keiscr to Camp Onaka Monlcagle,. Tcnn., where they wil spend tlic month ol June. Misses Frances Taylor, Rutl childs and Doll Anderson compelce in the personality contest al tin Gem theater in Osccola Frldav nlgiU Miss« Taylor and Child were chosen princesses and wil nidc on a. float in the cenlchnia rfrlcb'rallb'n at Osccola Friday. Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Waldrop, o Caledonia, Miss., stopped at Keise Saturday aftcrno6n to visit Mrs W. M. Taylor and family. Mr. ah Mrs. Ball Frailer, of RCd 'Line and Mr. and Mrs. C. P. O'Kcil'n of Victoria. Dr. Waldrop"'formerl practiced In this coitinnmily. Miss Margaret Robinson fintshe her secretarial course at. Miss Wy lies Business college May 23. Sli will start work Monday as stcnoc raulicr in thc Kciser Supply Co office. • • '. Mrs. B. R. Kamp and dauzhtc 1 Kathrinc ROS~, v t s (te<! Mr. Kam last week.~ They now live at Sen alh. Mo., but hope to 'find '» loc» lion In Keiscr soon. Iflvellc Montgoinerj". of Longvlc<v visited .Mrs. E. C. Hall last week The Hev. James T. Randall o the Luxora-Dycss churches hcl his regular fourth Sunday service at Kciser Sunday morning and eve nlns;. ^Irs, Anna Jones, Mrs. E. W. Wat son and Mrs. J. H. Watts visile at thc state line Saturday - after noon. . pisses Hortcnse Nichols and Hcl en Moore 'nave bMn elected dele Lofjcrs Get Pav RK P gates of the local league lo' 'thcj QUEBTO, Q,, c . <up>_ Qucbec young peoples conference to be held I loggers have been CT ant»d , *n mccnwaym June.- . - - cent- a -d ay i,, crc:ls< , ^"^ a M I. T. Phillips Buys C..'V. Sebaugh Horn J. T. Phillips, manager of tl niyllicvllle Walcr Company li purchased Ihc C. V. SciwiiRh res dcncc. at 1301 Hcam St. He w have possess Ion Juno 15. The .seven room frame hou has furnace heal and other mo crn conveniences. Mr. Plimi,, s will leave Thttrsd ,« r ,,,, Ci " c:i80 lo accompany M Phillip,'; and Iwo daughters he Sunday. They, and the two sot who arc already here will relatives until June 15 TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1930 The Editor's Letter Box I'rom the Tovvnsend 'Club To Ihe editor:) In your issue of May 21st, con- nulng In the same column us our Interesting editorial, r mid ic article, "Townsendlsm Sclf- onvlclcd," by the St, ixmts Poat- Ispalch. If I was not so thor- iglily convinced of the rigliteoufi- CBS of the Townsend Plan and he effect It will have Iri the Itvca 1 all the people of this nation, *ould not. concern myself about :ie slops takcii by anyone, olhe: lan 16 see fair play by all. The Townseml Old Age R<-volv- )g Fund Is the basis of Town- cndlsm, and when anyone undcf- lands how this fund is raised, by •horn paid, when paid, why pal( lid the result of 'the payment hen we'll begin to see why there re at least two classes of people i our nation, if I belong to a roup of 'people who accumulate he things desired here and how n a game (buying and selling hlngs that do not exist, spcculat- ng in what will or will not take ilacc) that is sanctioned, author- zed and protected by our organ- zed society, (our government) and ct never pay one cent for all of hat protection for that particular irivilege, and a plan was being igitatcd that would put a tax on hat vciy privilege or game, I'd oppose. that plan. On the other land If i was one of a group vlilch had paid a tax for every irivilege that I had used beneficially or could use, then I'd favor he agitations. The'people who will finally induce congress to incorporate lownsendlsm into a law arc not S OFTEN IN Dionncs' Won Way to Robust Health Against Nu~ merous 'erils deeply concerned about IJr. Towiisend's, Mr. Clements; Mr' gnr J. Margetl's private lives' they are In what, they teach What think Little Victoria Child Succumbs to Diphtheria Those opposed f o ti lts ncw tax ilnn know their "onions," they see Ihe hand writing on the wall They may destroy the personality of Dr. Townsend. Opposition to Jesus hung him between two Ihievcs. Was lie n thief? Was he wrong In his teachings? Those in uithority hung him; Why? At that time a young man advised lie people to leave" Jesus alone He said If he, Jesus, is wrong his leaching will soon Jlay out, but on the other hnnd, u he k right "en you will find yourselves on the wrong side. Was that advice !0<kl two thousand years ago? Is it as good today? What would lhat "wonderful 1 committee have done with 10 000- people in Washihglo'n, D. C.? does the Post-Dispatch vould have happened if thc 10,%0,OU) original signers had appeared in person. .Why don't lnc< committee yet, summons'''the original signers lo appear? 'nicy have thc United States Treasuri o dip into. "A hat full of money, .the old ,ossus. ,, ' ii 'i f i* Son. did yon cut ^tiint "c"i : * ce down? Yes 1 did; Damaging admission, or was il? r have been aught all my life, 'lj s better to tell the truth under all circum- s juices than to lie. I wonder what the Post-Dispatch would have done under like circumstances. Yet the admissions; of the truthfulness . df the admissions Is more weighty with the committee and the Post- Dispatch than the wishes of 10,- COO.COO American citizens Whai do you think of that? "The last rites are being held ever thc heartless mass delusion,! who's end is hastened by thc testimony (because It was truthful, of it's pcilKlrators." If the above claim is well taken, won't be long until we stop sending in our dimes, and Mussolini will move to Addis Ababa Adolpli Hitler will lake up residence in Washington, D. C AH three of which we all know to be Impossible. Cue of these will happen as I soon as thc other. Townwnd Club No. 1. Blytheville, Arkansas. Justice Baby Dies Emma Gean Justice, year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs N J iu.stice. died al 5:15 o'clock Mon- Jiay morning al ihc tamlly home, 22C4 West Chlcknsawhn avenue. •Her dealh was attributed to colitis. -.Funeral services were he'.d this niornlnj nt the horn; with the Rev. Haiinon Holl offlclalim;. Interment was marie at Mnolc Grove cemetery. Tlic Cobb Funeral Home was in charge of funeral arrangements. ..[She is survived by her parents and three brothers. This 'Is Ihc third of four ar- tikcs by Dr. Dafoe, lilt Mioniu' igiiliituplels' physician, tellhif new and fascinating facts about the famous dailies. lly ALLAN K. DAFOK O. li. K, M. I). (Ccpyrlgl), 1936, NBA Service, Inc.) When I make my early-morning call al. Hie Dlonne nursery these days, and sec the laughing, robust little girls running and playing about the nursery door, it Is 'hard to realise (hat their first four months were one long crisis, a continual state of alarm lest they die. fielng born Is about the most dangerous and ticklish event. 'of one's life. There Is always danger of death, danger of injury to brain or body that may persist through life. Pre-natal care rhinlmlgcs thtsp dangers, and also gives the child a better chance to be born well- cquip|>cd to live. With the Dlonne babies, the risks that go with blrlSvIn all cases were doubled, tripled, quintupled There had been' no -pre-natal care, though the mother had been under my treatment for some eight days before the birth. Nowadays we regard pic-n:il,il care, that is, care of the mother from tlie very time of conception or before, as essential to the child's being well-born. Oilier Allmculs Appear When Ihc "smoke of battle" had cleared and t'nc babies showed that they .had a clmnce lo live, certain liandicaps even beyond their multiple birth and premature term (seven mbnllis) began seen. mother, 1 all tables showed definite signs'of'a toxic'condition, of rlck- cls, and of anemia. Marie had the beginnings of a tumor "oil the hip which had to be treated later and Annette had a slight but definite case of hip- joint disease. All I'ncse conditions have been eliminated without leaving - any Injuriois after-cffccls. The first four months of their lives were o»e continual crisis. We could never be sure when \ve went to bed at night that all five babies would be alive In the morning. For the first three months we often had to use oxygen and carbon dioxide ?as. II saved their lives over and over again'. How often we resorted to this Is shown by the fact thai we used 14 cylinders, containing 80 gallons of gas each. This gas Is not universally used as yet, but it should be made available to all children everywhere. Yandell Henderson of Yale originated this very effective process of stimulating infants, and Its successful use here has helped extend its use lo many communities. Near "Death; Revived The babies had Ihe appearance which all two-montli-premature babies have: bluish-black or brown in color, bulging foreheads, wrinkled skin, enlarged "tummies, 1 'and spider-like legs. Frequent attacks of cyanosis and dyspnoea came, when their breathing would almost slop, their functions almost cease. Application of the gas would Instantly revive them and produce appetite an<I life liMho torpid and listless little J bodies. 13ut Ihcre were times of plenty of excitement entirely aside from the actual physical condition of the babies. For instance, when the babies were only a few days old, Ihc house came very near to burning over their heads. An extra stove had been Installed lo keep temperature nearer to Hie point of the babies' needs. A temporary pipe carried oft the smoke. One night this slovcpl|« grew red-hot and the surrounding wood began to smolder. The stove draft was immediately shut off and prep. atr.tlmis made lo fight Are. Fortunately, the peril had been discovered in time, and I'iiere was little damage. Kires 1'crll Lives Fire again menaced the babies (Continued on page Ihrce) HOT~COFrEE SKUVKD WlfEKK IT'S C'OOI. Have your mid-morning cup 111 Iho Alii CONDITIONED Dining Rcom al HOTEL NOBLE EVERY DAY 1'IUCRS Kodak finishing--any size 8x roll, finished complete. 38c Post caul photographs, 2 for 25c or $t per > dozen. Stamps, C for lOc. Wylie Picture Shop Across From Roxy Theatre Because of the lack of pre-natal care and co'ndition of the descent Night Club DANCE EVEIIY NIGHT TO THE MUSIC 01'' Johnny Ray and His Orchestra Nino Pieces - - Direct From St. Louis * Cover Charge Only— » Gflc Thursday and Friday 80c Saturday and Sunday TRY OUR PIT HAUHECUE TASTY SANDWICHES CignrcUcH $1.25 Carton On Highway 01, 4 Miles North of Slato Line at Holland Most Beautifully Decorated Cliil) in Southeast Missouri . Hubert Utlcy, Proprietor AH lead ! n c brands of Beer, Wines, Whiskeys and' Cordials. FLASHING TO THE FRONT BECAUSE IT'S FIRST IH STYLE.. COMFORT.. SAFETY ..ECONOMY.. VALUEl OSCEOLA. vices for Ak-runcral ser- Lacnglc Jr asc 5. were conducted at . cemetery Sunday afternoon by . Dclinont, younger child nf Mr and Mrs Uolmont Lacngle of Vic-' * 11 . U1 " '° tllD """"on' mphis Wedar yith diphtheria and grew s Pallbearers were: Active J A P^ancTcm I 0 ' C ° X '- J ' A " Al * «awey. Herbert scr.gill. 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'665 AND UP AT THK FACTORY I, O W I) O W N PAYMENT which may easily be covered by thc trade-in value of your present car, delivers ft c o in p I c tely equipped 1936 Studcbaker. Studc- takcr's C. I. T. 6% plan offers new low monthly payments for thc balance. • Announcing appointment of BROADWAY SALES GO. 111 Soutli Broadway Blytliovillc, Ark. as authorized dcuhr for '.he new 1936 S T U D E B A K E R Stutlebakcr OWIIRV,-, now and ok!,' arc assured of tlic utmost in courtesy and at ciHive consideration of their requirements as a result of this new bliulcbakcr sales and service representation in this city

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