The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 31, 1939 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 31, 1939
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WEDNESDAY,'MAY 31, 1939 BIATHEVILLB, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE' General Franco Has His Day Associate Professor 01 Obstetrics Addresses Meeting Al Osceola OSCEOLA, Ark., Mny 30. - Dr. James P. Rhinebereer, associate professor ol obstetrics at the University of Tennessee Medical Sciiool In Memphis, was the principal speaker at the ninth lecture of the Mississippi County Post- Gradunle Medical Assembly held here at the Osceola high schol tonight. • The series of lectures, which began April 4 and will be concluded June C, are being made possible by Dr. O. W. Dyjnan, dean of the Memphis school, in cooperation with the Mississippi County Medical Society and are being attended by the physicians of the county ^•sml near counties with their Tnnrses ar:d technicians. Dr. Rhlneberger, who was Introduced by Dr. C. M. Harwell, spoke on "Abortion, It's Treatment, Puerperal Infection find the Use of Sill- ! fnnillmlde." Interesting historical data regarding treatment of puerperal infection two and three centuries ngo was given, including the fact that the first blood transfusion for this trouble was given in 1818 by Blumlcll bul because the patient died, transfusions were not reintroduced until 1921 one hundred and three years later. Using slides to illustrate his iecture, he pointed out the usual organisms found, pathology, and local and general predisposing lac- tore generally present. In outlining prophylactic treatment he suggested: remove the foci of infection (sinuses, teeth, cervical and ••COURTS Two divorce suits linvu been Illed In chancery court hero lately. Mis. Lucille Summers Is asking for K divorce ficm J. T. Summers on •llK! ground of Indignities. Vlrijll Orecne is her attorney. 1 John Cmvln Is seeking n divorce from Mrs. Kllu'l Cmvln on Hie ground of desertion. Clarence Meu- dows of u-aohvllle Is ills attorney Distinctive Home Styles Forecast for Northwest SEATTLE, Wnsli, (UP)— The Pflclfli: Northwest, especially the Piigel, Sound area, som will olfer n dts- tinetlvc homo nrclillccluro of Its own, Dr. nichiml fJ. Fuller, dl- reclor of the Seattle Art Museum, declared here, The "1'iiuel Sound" house, lie explained, hud Its Imslc feature In larye window aroas to admit a maximum of light and iiir and provide n scenic vlslu. llr. Fuller adili'il thill (lie new lyiie was evolved by HeiiUle nvchl teds In an cllort, to lind a dlstlnc live and iisuUlc ly|ie of dwellliiu foi Ihi; nigged Northwest country. Jolui Pcnn Jr., grnridson of Wll- ilam Pcnn, has been ended by full selllemenl^$IOO-to Its English owner. Walter J. Carlln, the tenant .became Ihe owner by paying $100 In full sctllcment to Miss Rosalind Ksmc Pole Stuart of Folkestone, Kiigliiiul, a"descendant of William 'cnii. '\ - k Tlio ground rent was eslabllshei) n 1780 when John Perm Jr. con-, vcyed the properties to John Har-' " Ison. NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners Phone 180 For Prompt Laundry and Cleaning Servic* Leaving no doubt of whose "Dig day" It is. the walls of the reviewing stand Franco, Franco, Franco, Franco" as Spain's dictator (arrow) watches massed long-awaited victory parade in Madrid. vaginal), maintain general resistance, the patient's adequate diet exercise, sunshine, fresh aiv, treat- .ment of anemias, good analgesia •evention of dehydration and Tacldosls, blood replacement if necessary, and intelligent, rather than "watchful waiting." Suggestions for active treatmcn were drainage, ice-bag, fresh air • foreign protein, transfusion am sulfanilimidc. Summarizing, Dr. Eincberge said that puerperal bactcrimia wa more common than generally rec ognlzed but recent stu'dies indicat Caruthersville Society — Personal "\Iiss Ilamra Hostess In Club Mrs. Wade Hamra and Mrs. Shawie Noffle were guests Mondnj evening when Miss Pauline Hamra entertained members of her Lucky Nine Bridge Club. A summer supper menu was served at six-thirty o'clock before cards were-played. Mrs. Ralph Goodin held high score and received hosiery and Mrs. Noflle cut for consolation and received dainty handkerchiefs, t - * * Missionary Society Has 1'icnic There were about fifty or sixty members and guests present Monday evening when the three" circles a gradual reduction in the uiorla! ity; a clearer conception ol th bacteriology and pathology will jot aid materially, and that blood transfusions and sulfairilimide bids • fair to out-distance any remedies ', heretofore applied. Dr. O. W. Hyman, dean of the Medical School in Memphis will be the principal speaker at the tenth !ind!concluding\''lecture to be held on next Tuesday night, June B. Accompanying him will be Dr. Edward Clay Mitchell, child specialist and professor of pediatrics, and Dr. J. L. McGeehee, professor jiiof surgery at .the University of i Tennessee. of the Womans Missionary Society of the Baptist Church gave their annual picnic in the dining room the church. A delicious picnic upper with a variety ol cold rinks was served buffet style. Rev. K. Foster was a gqucsl of the roup. Mrs. R. M. Pierce, prcsi- ent of the Union, and Mrs. Chas. Dorrnh, .Mrs. Gage Knight and Mrs. Lydia 1 Svenson, Circle Chair- uen, Had '.charge of arrangements. Red Ijikc Studied IVREA, Italy (UP) — A score 01 scientists have arrived here to trj - to solve the mystery of a lake which changed in color from blui to red overnight. Lake Sirio, one o a group of seven lakes in the Ivrea region, not only ditl turn redde and redder hour by hour, but also became much "stickier." May Be Named U. S. Cardinal Mrs. James Entertains A variety of early summer flowers served as a background for ,he lovely party given Monday afternoon by Mrs. Edward James when she entertained her club. Mrs. George. Jcnnicr was a guest and Mrs. Jack Edwards of Kennclt, Mo., came during the refreshment hour. Prizes went to Mrs. Marion Barrow, who held high and Mrs. Jimmy Tlpton of low. Mrs. Barrow received a relish dish and Mrs. Tipton v;as given a crystal jelly dish. The hostess served tuna fish and cream cheese sandwiches, olives grape juice and cookies following the games. * » * Mrs. Watson Hostess Mrs. Chas. E. Watson was hostess to members of the Needles Club londny afternoon at her home on Jotton Avenue. Late in the after- icon she served an attractive salad ilate and dessert with n fruit I rink. * • t aivcs Kccital at Church Mrs. Robert Mehrle presented eleven of her piano pupils from his city and Hayti in a piano re- cilal at the Presbyterian Church Monday evening at eight o'clock There were flflccn numbers on the M'ogram. Miss Barbara Buckley, daughter of Mr. and Brs. Blair Buckley ol Hayti. received a gold pin Iron Mrs. Mehrle denoting that she ha( made the greatest progress of any pupil in the class during the year This will probably be Mr.s Mehrle's last recital since sin plans to discontinue her work a: a teacher. * * * Chester Butler_ ,who has spen the past two weeks here with his mother, Mrs. Moilte Butler and other relatives, has returned to his home in Los Angeles, California. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Churchill and son of Lubbock, Texas, who have ben visilineg with _ relatives of Mr. Churchill in tills' city for the past two weeks left for their home Monday. Mrs. Chas Ridgley, Miss Mary Ellen Horner, Mrs. Harry Ridgley and Harriett Pierce left Monday iiornhii for points In Illinois where ! they will visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. Harry Rldglcy and Miss Horner are expected home the last of Ihc week but Mrs. Ridgley will visit there for two months and Harriett for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. M. Abernathy and children left Saturday morning for a weeks vacation with relatives at points in Mississippi. They will be guests of Mrs. Abcnmthy's parents at New Albany, Miss., most of the time. Mrs. Alice Berryman Hazel spent the week in St. Louis with her husband, Gilbert Hazel. She returned home Tuesday morning. N. W. Helm and Ally. Roy Harper are spending this week in Washington, D. C., attending to business matters. Miss Barbara Blomcyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. II. Blo- mcyer, is spending several days at Risco, Mo., where she is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Zarccor and family. Miss Joan Pierce, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Pierce, left Monday morning for Kennett, Mo. where she will visit with relatives for several days. Misses Mary Sue James of this city and Ruth Harper of Stcele accompanied by Mrs. John White left . Sunday for St. Louis. Mo where they will visit this week Mrs. White came down Saturda to visit with her husband for few hours. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McDanie of Senath, Mo., spent Sunday after noon here as guests of her sistc Mrs. Chas. G. Ross and family. Groimtl Rental Settled After 153-Year Span PHILADELPHIA (UP)— A $G annual ground ivnlnl established on n property here 15:i years fti>,o by A Greater^Value atWoidsl Men's Wash «»; Buy Tt«m at V/atdi and S P/oylime.' T/io Time lo \Vour ttay Anklels Smart consc'rvfitlvc models! Well tailored . . . wllli adjustable side straps for better Jill Choose from a wide assortment of the HE\vcst spring patterns 1 Men's Wu§li Tics Bright new summer colors All fast color . . . they won't fade I Smart cotton novelty weaves. Blazer stripes to so Rally with your sportswear. Colored Las- tex lops. Fine collon. Novelty Knit Itayoii llrtafs Women 1 ! Slits! Only Semulionat Valuel Collage : 'ulton, Mo., where they wll lattcnd he graduation exercises of their daughter and sister, Miss Marjorle Randolph, a student at William Woods College. At The Hospital* lilylhcville Hospital Mrs. Mary Holt, Manila, admitted. Miss Nancy Claire Hill, city, admitted. W. N. Smith, Bead). Grove. Ark., dismissed. Walls Hospital Car! Tlpton, Manila, admitted, Miss Helen Lucile Oldliam, city, dmlttcd. Mrs. Lily Vaughn, Braggadocio, dmlttcd. Mary Margaret Stcelc, Stcelc, lismissed. Mrs. S. L. Roach, city, dismissed. Mrs. J. T. Vines, rjccring, dis- nlsscd. Mrs. C. C. Wilson, Stcelc, dis- nlsscd. Memphis SI. Joseph's Hospital Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Baker, of Carulhcrsvlllc, a daughter. Memphis Baptist Hospital Dick Prewitt, Osceola, admitted. Mrs. W. N. Fisher and Mi- Tom Osborn attended a bridge luncheon in Blytheville Saturday afternoon. The party was bivcn by Mrs. Roland Green, Mrs. Fred V.' Rutherford, Mrs. Hiram Wylie, and Mrs. Chester Caldwell at the Hotel Noble and there were eighty-four nests in attendance. John Holland spent the week end i Blylhevillc with his parents. Miss Gladys Nichols left, Moil- ay morning for Cape Girardeau, io., where she will attend suin- ner school. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hustcddlc ind Mrs. Laura Askew drove to lemphis Sunday to meet Mrs. Askew's granddaughter, Miss Dorohy Durham of El Paso, Texas, vho will spend the summer here | vith relatives. Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Randolph ind son", Bobbie, led Sunday for Workers Loot Kitchen, Go On Bargain Tour CLEVELAND, O. • (UP) — Mrs. Dorothy Lee left a plumber and his helper in her kitchen to repair the hot-water heater while she went to work. When she returned the plumber and helper had vanished and so had her silverware,' linens, dishes, clocks and an electric iron. Hours later police arrested two men and charged them with grand larceny. Their loot was recovered from a pawn shop, from a butcher shop where they had traded llic' silverware for meat, and from a bar room where they had traded the clocks for drinks. Look like 59c collate sets! Neatly finished, ruffled tops 1 — tailored sash with colored tape Iriml Rayon and celancso rayon In short and full length hosu. Lislil and white piilteniH, As you like them: Easy to wash. Need no ironing. Well reinforced and full cut for wearl Values! Wards lowest price pcrcalel Sturdy for phy clothes Colorful lor dresses, housecoats. MOONLIGHT EXCURSION WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- SViilxxjl Calomel—And You'Jt Junp Oulof Eta) in llit Morning Raria* to Co The U^cr chould pour out two pounds of Llauid bile into your this bile la nut flowing freely, your food docs n't digest. It juet decays in the bowels. Gas blonls up your Btomaeh- You get constipated. Your >A-hole system la polsonwl and you feel aour, Bunk and the TPorTd looks punk. A mere bowel movement doesn't Eel dl the caaae. It tnkea those eood, old Carter's Little Liver Pills to net theac two pounds of bile flowing freely and. malic you f«3 "up'and uj>." irarmless, gentle, yet amai- 1ns in mukiriK bite flow fre«ly. Ask lor Carter's Litllc I.ivcr Pills by name. 26centa Stubbornly refuse anrthlDif elae. MON. JUNE TuM< Gay, P/t/'o of fancy Oil* 5oi!i 5 IROIIDIENTI 11 46 Inches WiJel 19 Sanjol'onol Low Price I Window Shades C Vtl. Heavily coated for long wi'arl Dress up tables, closets and shelves. Top quality. Hew Patterns I ti L Vyd. You'll love ihe bright colors— cheerful patterns! Vor drapes, slip covers, house coats 1 M-S:td U'onJt- final nn Ih Mil. Baet hiipfi ELLIOTT FLETCHER o BOY CHAPTER-U.D.C. & SCOUTS LY. Ssn Souci Landing 9:00 pm Mo» O/.rolj TitleH lit FfjlM(nf the lalttrj Jan(e jnu/rc oj tht "LOUISIANA SWIXO MASTERS" 13 Dillfey Kinfl cf ! r./wr EXCURSION THIS SI-KING ' Archbishop John J. Milly, above, of San Francisco, is possible appointee if Pope Pius should create another American Catholic cardinal. Mitty was an army chaplain during World War and is former bishop of _. .Salt Lake Cily, Utah,., WE ARB IN OUR New Location m W. Main St. Across From Sterling's MOST MODERN SHOP IN NOKTHKAST ARK. Invisible Half-Soling Dyes - - - Polishes QUALITY SHOE SHOP H. B. Campbell Ed. Colib I'HONE 120 ANNOUNCEMENT We wish to announce that Mr. Charles A. Perry has joined our organization in charge of hardware and plumbing We sincerely hope that you will give Mr. Perry an opportunity to serve you now as he has in the past. M O N T « O M E « Y W A R O Made of loiiRli, pliable paper that looks like cloth I Wide assort^ incut o£ iiopnlar colors 1 EXTRA SPECIAL Coal Green Color I Plaid Hammock With attachable pillow Salt kapok pillow and large size bed for comfort and : restfulness I Size 34" by 75" 17x34 inch Car.r.on Turkish Towels Value-priced I 6 C Oil. Here's a grand opportiniity to stock upl Pastels or checks. Absorbent and serviceable. /j Colorful ol Flowers! JLim<:Ii 52-incfi siiel You'll love tlic clicery colors as well as the low price. Sturdy cotton—ideal [or daily use. A hitf (i.2 Cti. Ft. vralor. Why buy ice? Only llircc lit. Ibis price. Rayon Tafltlaf A favortc! 4-ftoro Slip 24 C Exciting Valuej o( 44 Very nicely tailored with a shadow panel! Double yoke too. Plain or lace trimmed. 32-44. Sea King Midget Outboard Weighs 75 Ibj.f Sanfalt-Painttd Window Awning For Summer Comfort/ Save at Wards low price I 8- inch polished blades. Cord and plug. Underwriters approved I \ 30-inch wflfi Heai rod* Wake your home 10 ',i to 20% cooler I Sunfast stripes on extra heavy, long-lasting drill. 88 Value you find only at Wards I Folding Cot for Camping $ * V30 Folds up compactly! Hardwood frame—strong canvas topi It's comfortable, long-wearing I 1.0 N.O.A. Certified H.P. Compare wit h $40 motors! Runs 5-6 hours on a gallon of gas 1 Speeds up to 6 miles per hour I On terms! MONTGOMERY WARD 401) W. Mnin St. Phone"'676;

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