The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 7, 1939 · Page 2
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(ARK.). COOKER WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7,"193 * nter • Eastern 'Star* and Masonic m m '., Officials Conclude Visit- fc^r,^ or the aticm Tour_ -. Ui^y ^— n1ght - OSCEOLA, Ark.-M«. Ernm Sma ricr basketsi of larkspur am 'Bandy worthy matron of the Os- grecnerv banked the windows uiul S chapter Order of Eastern *„ ^ individual tables for the SUr thd Mrs Geneva Fowler, , hreo .«mrse chicken dinner, deputy grand lecturer have com- Entertainment numbers IniMud- S «'"ries of official visits with ed re a ( lings and solos by Mr. an Mrs Louise Thompson of Fort £Mrs . Ew nc Packard, accompanied Smith, worthy grand matron ol b Mlss r, n ,i, n ,.inn Harwell. Arkansts, K B. Began and Mrs.| In lllo anquet Meeting Brings Close To Series Of Medical Lectures June l.-Floor cd Di.W. Likely Simpson profcs- ° /Hinerlnc Ilnnvell. absence of Dr. Floyd Arkansts, K R. Began anu «"=. In t | lc nosenra "i "•• • •-* v Frances Bogtn, pest worthy grand WeW) BlylhcyUlc, president of tno matron of the state-, of Luxora and nty E0 clety, Dr. U D M^ L. E Tucker of Monetle, rlBlit1 aclc a as toistmnstor and introduc --_.» L_Vi u nt 1>1* fiell- ——- • " worthy grand trustee of the Gen™ Chapter of the World <nd Chapter o e »lso »ccomp»nied them or, several OliaCUlla, Degree D. The *>i« l*8»n on May 22 with the visit to Wynne where they were guests at a tea given by Mrs Hard, and at a banquet in the Methodist church at uhlch Sam Edmonds, worthy patron of the Wynne chapter, w»s loastmastcr At the Lepanto meeting on May 23 the Initiatory work of the Older wss put on and an address heard by Mrs Thompson Guests from Osceola at this meeting were Mis E. B. Smith, Mrs Mars' Alice Stev ens and J. B Bunn The J A. Ashland, Bljtheville, Osceola and Wilson chapters \\ere hostesses to Uie worth grand matron at a supper party at the Wilson Tavern In Wilson May 24 when nil past matrons and grand matrons were special guests Mrs Thompson was complimented by Uie Blytheville chapter on May 35th with a luncheon fit the Rustic Inn when Mrs J A Sallda was toastmlstress. On the night of the tv.cnty- fllth Mrs. Thompson, Mrs Bnndy and Mrs Fowler were guests ol honor at a banquet at Hotel Noble in Jonesboro On the twenty- sixth Mrs. Thompson attended an executive board meeting of the Masonic Orphan's Home in Bntes- ville Floyd Sharp, president of the Djess Rural Rehabilitation Corp- I oration, and Mrs Sharp of Little 1 Rock,- »eic special guests nt the [i banquet given at the Djess high school May 27 Other distinguished visitors »ere Mrs Ruth Thorpe, past matron of Little Rock; Mrs Milton Graham causes Dr. "Slmp'son listed climate, nilcrgy, food deficiencies', Ihfecllous diseases and bacteria, . After discussing Ihe pathology under Hie heads of siippcratlvc, lion-sup'per- alive and bono chftnges, lia tinmcd headache and pain, secretions, ten- elcrncss, swelling, dlsUirbahccs In aste anil smell, obslructlohs In ircalhlne among the local symp- oms, with fever, dizziness, vertigo isyclilc disturbances and chest iymptoms an somo general Ipdlca- (lons. Around two hundred Bllilfs were shown dcmonstrntlng th.e diagnosis and treatment of slnlsllus Dr Charles D. Blnsslngamu, as- £cclatc professor of Oto-laryngol- cay at the Memphis school, spoke on "Infections of (he Mouth Pharynx, Larynx and Neck," »re ing a greater uniformity In stan dnrds In examination, which wouU nutomalically result In a mpr uniform diagnosis. Dr. Blassln game used slides to illustrate hi address, and also demonstrated th proper posture In examination, us Ing a negro subject. social* professors In as many dlt- ertnt fields. They have been at- cndcd by physicians, their ; nur scs and technicians from Mississippi and nearby coimlles In nor 111- cast Arkansas and soulhcast Mls- iose 'on Iho facully'of :the course have been Dr. Edward Clay Mitchell, Dr. Henry Goltcn, Dr.' J ], McGchce. Dr. \V. T. Pride, Dr Harlcy Harris. Dr. W. Likely Simpson, Dr. Gilbert Levy,. Dr, H, Crawford. Dr. R. U Sanders, Dr R. Rlncccrger, Dr. Charles D 1 > Visitors from Memphis nt IKS isht's meeting were Dr. Ilcnrj Gotten, Dr. O. W, Hyman, Dr. W ' Pride, Dr. Fdward Clay Mil hell Dr. J. P. rtlncbcrger, Dr. W Likely Blmjiam. Dr. Gilbert Levy Dr Charles D. Blassinsame, am jr Mallory Harwell. Dr. Ellis u Cildcc-n, Mo., and Fred Moore o Dycrsburg, Tenn, who will cntc University of Tennessee Medic a School in September, were nls ;uests. CHAS. S. LEMONS Home. Furnishings Moderately Priced For a limited time, furniture ut « savings up to 33%. I.INOI.BUBI SI!KS 1!A(JK ; WALLS LIVING ROOM SUITES 2-Piece Suites in Velvets Regular $39.75, Special Dr O W. Ilyman, dean of Hie University of Tennessee Medical School, under whose direction nn< .co-opcrollon with Uie Mississippi county Medlcnl Society ; the series of lectures have been held spoke on Ihe Importance ol nost-gradu- ule education to Hie general prac- tilloncr ami explained the present efforts of extension work being carried out by the Memphis school, Vandeibilt University and Emory University. ' Realizing Ural ns' mceltail knowledge Increases the developments become more numerous and mm- ciill to follow, the sireakcr discussed the various ways of keeping abreast In the profession, mentioning literature, especially the pcn- rdlrals pest-graduate contacts, nx- urses similnr to the one Hobby Randolph left Thursday [or Dodge City, Kan., where he joined His uncle for the summer. Mrs. Randolph and daughter, Miss Marjoric Jo, will leave later In the month for Waupaca. Mrs Jack Edwards and son, Jack Bain of Kcnnett, u ho have spent the past Lcn clays here with her sister, Mrs. Jlmmle Tlpton, left Sunday for their home. N W Helm and Atty. Roy Har- per'returned Saturday from Wash- I Won D O., where they had spoil | the week attending' to business mailers. makes kitchens look larger $ 75 2 - Piece Suites, allover genuine Mohair Regular $64.50, Special 75 Frances Bogsii of grand matron of Luxorn, Arkansas, KrollU iimnw" «J. .... -. Walter Hill of Lcpanto, past ?rand patron of the slate, and Mrs Geneva Fowler, deputy grand lecturer. On M»y 23 the paity of executives went to Reelfool Lake. Tennessee for an' outing, returning Monday In time for the luncheon gl\en~by Mrs Ruth Slavton at her home in ^Wilson The official tour of visits was concludc'd with the banquet at the Vandenoort Hotel in Paragould honoring Mrs Thompson, Mrs Bandy, Mrs Bogan, and Mrs Powler. after which several candidates weie received at the Ben Hurr Hall In that cit>. MHton Graham Milton Graham, son cl Mi. and Mrs Earl Graham, received Ills A B degree last week from Onn- chila college ut Arkndclplila. 'Upon telurnlng home, he was appointed mlncipal of the Vacation Biule school of the First Baptist church, which opened today. Mr Graham has licen nssccmlcd with (lie First Cliurch previously hating served as assistant pnsloi to the Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor tor two years. Before thnl lime he had attended the Joncslioro Baptist college for two years. lie uas graduated ' froiri the , city high school hi the class of 1932. In September, 1937, Mr .-.'Graham resigned his position with the First for his'junior anil senior 'years. [cnsjuii vii.ni -T 1 -" •!"•"•"• *— - — lust closed In Mississippi Counly. ml the local or county medica ocicly. in talking .on the last lamed method, Dr. Hyman uig^d n more aclivo support and par- llclpntlon in the programs of ine county sociclies. He Invited sug- Bcstions as to how the universities could be made of greater service to their graduates. in the forum following the addresses cnthusiasllc ' were given by many of clnns present as to Uie Farrar Will Address _ Townsehdites Tonight R. N. Farrar will speak before members ot Ihe Townseml club at the meeting of that group tonight at 7:30 o'clock at Ihe county court house, it was announced today. All members are urged to attend and the public Is invited,' officers said today. . ''•' '• ( V xou'vey liccii saying, "I w ' sl1 I my liilclicn iliiln't lunk s " liny" (his .short story is for you. An Arni'lrong's I.moli'uni Vloni- can • ncluiilly make ih« | room Iflnk as though yo» I ills ' nl iMcli the walls—an oiilioal .iim- | ^ion, perhaps, mil achicvcil by ileverly-dcslgiwd lines unit " wiilcly siiactd pattern. The fioor'is lieAiitifiil loo, -i'" 1 i Slavs that way for years, resisting wear"anil spilled things, uc- cause ll\o pallwn runs right [through Dtcaus-e linoleum is resilient i it is kind lo tired feel. Anil It I needs bnt litlle care. A ilailyl (iL'stiiig, an occasional washing I iiuil waxiiiff arc easy tasks Hull will keep this flonr bright :iml| dean as long ns you have it. We carry Armstrong's Li«u Iciim patterns for every room In ilic house. You'll be surprls-1 cd at Ihcir reasonable cost, how I nuk-klv they can be inslalleil.l Conic'in and lei us give yon anj uxact estimate of cost. 2-PIECE SUITES Extra Quality Velvet (As Pictured)' vn uc of cnns the series of len lectures held here which began on April 1, with e lecture by Dr. Edward Clay Mitchell, internationally known pcdla (EJLLl KTcrytliinK for your <rU' tainmcnt and comfort. .A QUAKER RUG TO FIT EVERY ROOM 9 x 12 12x12 12x15 $6.75 $10.95 $13.75 6x9 76x9 $3*75 $4:25 ftrmstrong's Quaker Rugs And Floor Coverings tilcliui of lnfHieiicln_ vclopnicnt of Memphis, on "Fuciovs the Growth and De- thc Normal 'Child." been held weekly I He majored In religious education and mlnoml In English. Most of his c.xira-currlcular nctlv- ities have had u'direct connection to his interest In' church activities. He has served us charman of the Dapllsl Student Union Mission work in Arkansas nml during this year, 1938-39, he served us president ot the Ouachita Baptist SUi- dcnt Union. A display Icr the 1338 RUlgccrcst, N C, Student Retreat, designed Summertlme-and time to think b y Mi'. C.rahnm, received second how vre are going to keep fit to place in competition with colleges earry on-how we may get our j and universities^ throughout the necessary test—how we may Seep cool—how to avoid Illness due to contaminated foods—how to retain Emphasizes Benefits 01 Electrical Devices for the past ion weeks by physicians, surgeons, professors and us- FOlf MALARIA CHILLS AND FEVER! Watch Society Of Courier/Newt E Free Show Guest* Weds. - Thurs. Tuesday will tint bn Pal Day Nlshl this Week. — our appetites— all of these prob lems enS*r with summer :heat. the ad\ent of And all ot these summer problems can be solved with electricity • ' • appll- nnry nt Louisville or the sown- stores sell Grove's Tasteless Chill western Seminary Ht rort Worth Tonic. Buy the large size—gives you L_ i_i_ i.tc vr A ^o<rrn*» vmic>i »Y\nrf* fni" VOlir nrlOllOV. and the various electrical ances • available • today. Everyone can afford the safety of Electric Refrigeration which kteps foods at a safe and constant temperature—foods that are fresh. crisp and appetizing. Each room in every home can have the gentle breezes of. EH Electric" Fan since there Is such a small outlay of cash and Ihe average operating cost Is only two | mills per hour. Air conditioning—tempering the air to the proper humidity—automatically providing a steady temperature at all times—is the newest and one of the greatest boons to mankind's comfort. The new portable room coolers' are reasonably priced, and easy to Install. Adding heat to heat in the hit- j chen makes one more uncomforla- ble/ discourages appetites and . is \~ generally unhealthy. Modern elec- i trio cooking and water heating t appliances conDne the heat lo the ' task Involved. The cost of electricity to operate this modern Electrical Equipment that will make this a cooler summer is negligible compared to the cost ot luel lor heat in printer South. At the Memphis SoiUluvKle Student Conference last October, Ouachila college placed first In number cf delegates sent to the Conference. Ouachita B. w. ^ - j — -his duty to plan and promote the religions, .activities of the 550 students enrolled. ns en. u . Althcu"h Mr. Graham's plans for eftecl yon want. the future are Incomplete at Ihe Take This Recognized Medicine! When you've got Malarial chills mid fever, you wanl real and ready relic! You don't want to go Ihrough the usual eld misery. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic .is what you wanl to lake for Malaria. This is no new-fangled or untried preparation, hut a medicine ol recognized merit. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic con tains tasleless quinidinc nnd iron. It quickly relieves the chills and fever I due to Malaria and also lends to build yovi up. That's the double THEIR 6 i!t SMASH HIT! lime, he hopes ID enter the southern Baptist Semi- imry nt Louisville or the South- The very nexl time you have an attack of Malarial chills am fever M^t^'Mg sc ,, Grove's Tasteless dull much more for your money. LEWIS STONE MlCKtV ROOKEY CEClUftPf.BKEB • Spcual white the\ last Regular $62.50 KROEHLER 2-PIECE SUITES QrlkrJTz Ft. Wide Per Ft ..................................... J4c Standard 12 Ft. Wide Per Ft. .......... . ............. ........ 68c ^ FeiiaseRUGS $145 $3.85 $4J§ 45J4 STORE AND FREIGHT CHARGE More Luxury for Bathers CLEVELAND, O (UP)—Balhei may relax in Comfort in Ihe lal« rolling beach chairs—which ai provided with large pneumatic Ure'si replacing the old-tashtoned solid Ures. . " KF.WRBBHEftR6HGSRI.ES DEALERS. RIG TRUCKS, WTT^B, T TRUCKS IN EVERY PRICE CLASS. AU ED AT 'BARGAIN PUICES FOR QUICK S 1937 Chevrolet L.W.B. Truck. D. W. St. Hotly 1939 License ........... ............... 1937 Dodge, if.8 in. W.B. Truck, L!J39 License. real hny ............................. Also srlcclwl shorls nisslon Matinee 10c ft 2(ic Admission Nielli IGc * Me FRIDAY, JUHE 9 125 GOOD REASONS Wtiv yon should attend It" show Matinee or I * * Laundry-Cleaners For Prompt'Laundry "'and Gwdas S*rvic» 1937 Ford V-8— 157 in \V. R. Truck. Special.. S31« 1936 Cheuolel 131 in. \V.B. Truck— Only. ... S28i) 1937 Chevrolet Pickup Truck. A dandy ....... 1937 G.M.C. Pickup Truck. Tires like new ---- S'3SU 1937 Dodge Pickup Truck. Low Mileage ........ 33S9 1937 Font V-8 I'ickup Truck. Stake body ...... $3(>'J 1933 Cheviolcl TrucK C. It. 1). W., runs good. . §119 1936 Chevrolet. Truck U. \Y. ( Motor overhauled §139 50 Other Trucks and Cars to Choose from Easy G.M.A.C. Payment Plan 191 LITTLE 8HE\!B9LET SO, Onen Nights R.R.& Walnut ; Phone G33 EOX Admission always lOc & Matinees Fil.-Bal.-Snn. Weds. - Thurs. PAL NIGHTS Two Admillcd (or Hie I'rlrc tit I TH 15 N—when yo u have your door laid conic to the store and g cl FUEK a sample of LINOGLOSS WAX _ Siiccially prepared lo lake care of your Linoleum Fluor. For Ihe Living Room— MAPLE SUITES Beautifully 'upholstered in stripes and plaids $5950 2.PIECE'MAPLE SUITES Kcd and blue ' Mo- hairs, extra quality Regular $114.50 Now- 75 ! II 3 Piece Suite Davenport, Chair 'and Ottoman CHAS. I Home'Furnishings Moderately Priced ftBTIQUE VELVET SUITE In' Velvets 'and' Curly Mohairs. New designs' Including Swedish Modern. Regular Price $195 $ T1 Q50 A Bargain Now at JLJLvr OTHER KROEHLER SUITES $154.50 SUITES.. HOW $124.50 $148.59 SUITES.. MOW 5114.58 $124.58 SUITES.. HOW $109.50 $197 J8 SUITES... HOW §79.50 Imporliinl. -Read•Them—. » Sdcnlilically con- slniclcd hardwood Crn'mcs « Non-collapsible spring- filled seat cushions » Finest quality crafts- .Only clean, sanitary . . •„'• ihanship at every (tilings arc used ppiiu . Nun-sagging wcli scat undcr-conslruction And all at litlU- or no extra cost over more cheaply built suites.

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