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PAGE-FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1940 ital Opens New Anned •a-. New Addition To Hospital To Be Open For Inspection Sunday, November 10th Remodeling and enlarging of Walls Hospital has been completed and formal opening of the annex will be JielU Sunday when "Visitors' Day" will be observed, it was announced today. The hospital, located ' at 1204 Heam street, is now a modern hos- pical building with 45 beds following -conversion from a private residence formerly owned by Dr. and Mrs. P. B. Elliott but wliich was erected with a plan of being used for a clini.c of some type at a lapidate. Now one of the most modern structures of its kind in this sec- design and equipment with the two-story brick edifice presenting an attractive picture.' * The new annex, which is a fireproof building erected at the rear of the original structure, is oi' re- enforced concrete, brick ami tile, with painted plastered walls, metal bases and doors, rubber tile folors and steel casement windows. In the unit there are 14 patient rooms, a new X-ray room and developing room, two diet Iktchens, nurses' dining: room, sun deck, two bath rooms and the apartment occupied by Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Walls, operators of the hospital, and their two sons. Technical features of the building are automatic' steam heat, two attic fans, an elevator, incinerator; with receivers on each floor, laurn dry chutes on both floors and electric signal light, system. To those who are more Interested in the beauty than the technical, the colorful bedrooms are more interesting. If you like a pale blue room when you arc sick, there is one—with attractive furniture to match—or if your disposition is best amid a cool green setting, you may have that color in your walls and furniture. Dusty rose is another shade, with this color used In Dr. Walls' bedroom, and there arc also bedrooms in off-white, which have walnut furnishings. All of the halls arc painted in a new shade of buff instead of the usual white. Rearrangement of the original hospital unit has added to the entire building. The front porch and hall were converted into a sunny reception room, with many windows and rooms on the first floor near the front are to be used for Dr. Congratulations To WALLS' HOSPITAL On the Formal Opening of their enlarged andmodernized hospital... no expense has been spared to make this one of the niost efficient, comfortable and attractive hospitals in the entire Mid-South. W^ W SIMMONS .'-••'• ' ' ALL STEEL HOSPITAL BEDS, SIMMONS HOSPITAL SPRINGS, SIMMONS STEEL BEDROOM FURNITURE BEAUTYREST THE WORLD'S FINEST EQUIPMENT FOR HOSPITAL OR HOME We urge the people of Blytheville and vicinity to visit this newly modernized hospital and see the exquisite beauty of SIMMONS Blend-Tone Steel Bedroom furniture. Finished in several special shades to completely harmonize with the varied decorative theme of the different rooms. Truly, it is eye-appealing, convenient, sanitary and comfortable. BARD irruREco. Blylheville, Ark. How to Get a. Moose Into a Canoe Walls' clinic, waiting rooms and office with only the rear rooms to be used for patients. The new heating system extends ^through the older building, which also has a new sprinkling system, signal light system, attic fan and a fireproof wall was erected between the two units. Dr. and Mrs. Walls 4 established the hospital in March of 1938, with 22 beds. Associated with Dr. Walls is Dr. F. E. Utley and other physicians on the staff are: Dr. j. E. Beasley, Dr. H. C. Sims, Dr. F D Smith, Dr. I. R. Johnson, Dr. T, K. Mahan, Dr. Floyd Webb, Dr. A. C. Caldwell for Blytheville,' and out of town members /are: Dr W. M. Owen of Armorel. .Dr. b. C. McLean of Holland, Dr &." L Taylor, Dr. J. R. McDaniel,' Dr. .). H. Chapman of Steele, Dr. Law- , rence Cooper of Cooter, Drs. Castle, i Cain and Luton of Caruthersville, Dr. G. S. Atkinson, Dr. Robinson i Dr. W. P. Hutchins of Manila; Dr. ' A. E. Robinson and Dr. .Sweet of > Leachville; Dr. J. L. Tidweli of Dell; Drs. Ellis and Porter of Wilson; Dr. E. V. Hill of Yarbro. Miss Carnelle Greenhaw is X-ray and laboratory technician and Mrs. J. M. Walls is in charge of the staff of nurses: Miss Stella Forbus, Miss Mary Edwards, Mrs. E. V. Walls, Miss Eula Bishop, Miss i Irene Martin, Miss Gretchel Wil-' liams and Miss Ha Pyland. E. V. Walls is business manager and Miss Bonita Green is clerk. The building was designed by Dudley E. Jones, Memphis architect, and built by Ben'White,' contractor. Subcontracts were awarded Walpolc Electric Company, "Pete" the Plumber, Hubbard Furniture!" "' DttMl '. lclv - Ui ™™«=», u, ana gincie wing out of Martin river Company, and Jesse M. White, dlstnct lin ? fc moose of season to be registered at office of Ontario painting. . ' minister, of game and fisheries. Canoe load of steaks and chops,'with exception of few cooked for guides, goes to charitable institutions. According to traffic authorities a combination of white and orange road stripes apparently are best to guide motorists through fog. It -is reported that 41 per cent of all the cars and trucks in the nation are used by small town and farm communities. For more than 10 years, Rutland, one of v England's smallest counties, has had no civil cases "or prisoners for trial at . her assizes About 90 per cent of the men between the ages of 25 to 34 have' to cars I. B. Baker, left, of Norwich, O., and guide bring out of Martin river , Manila Society—Personal Stradivarius, famous Italian violin maker, also made guitars, some of which still are extant; He" is best known for his violins. .. . -i--»•*>.»» v,aia ui the United States, records indicate Congratulations Walls' Hospital ON YOUR NEW ANNEX • PETE The Plumber Phone 103 Mrs. Copple Honored Mrs. Louis Townsand .and Mrs., Robert Killian entertained ..with a! party and shower at the ' home of. Mrs. Townsand Tuesday afternoon honoring Mrs. Louis Copple. Mrs. Bill Brown, seated at the, dining table, registered the guests in the guest book as they. "-arrived The centerpiece of the table was. a large white stork on a mirror lake. It -was surrounded by a number of 'baby -face's framed -with pale blue bonnets 'and tied -with, pink 1 ribbons. These wer.c :: also -used as favors. ., - . . WF EXTEND YOU A MOST CORDIAL INVITATION TO VISIT C. H. Ashabranncr had; charge of the entertainment, and one of the unusual games played, was an election of twenty years. from now. Other games were played I Mrs. Louis Townsand and Mrs,; G. Mike Jr. presented • the honoree' with a large assortment of dainty J gifts, after which the hostess served- refreshments . of . jcllo topped witiv' whipped cream, cuke nncl coffee. . * * * Dinner Party Mrs. J. A. Bage entertained a number of friends .with a dinner at her home in the country Friday; Those present were: Mrs. Ike Harrison, Mrs. W. P. Hutchins, Mrs.; Clara Hornbergcr and her guest Mrs. - Lee Spicer of Washington, D. C., Mrs. O. W. Sellers and her, sister, Mrs. Laura Owensby of Liv-' ingston, Tenn., Mrs. Lcc David .and Airs'. £. F. Alston. • * * Birthday Dinner Floyci Horner was pleasantly surprised Wednesday when he entered his home for lunch. About- 30 of his friends had gathered for .a puncheon in honor of his birthday, Miss Doris Bingham of Grenada. Miss., and Miss .Alma Brcmcr. of otuttgarl, Ark., have arrived in Manila where -they will soon take up their duties as teachers in the Manila Consolidated School District , No.. 15. Miss Bingham is one of. Jhc second '..grade and Miss Bremer one -of the fourth grade teachers . The Rev. and Mrs. W. J. LcRoy and George Matthews left Wednes- Jay for Jonesbovo where they will .tttcnd the annual conference of the .vlethociist Churches. Mrs. Louis Copple visited friends in Oonesboro Thursday. 'Mr. and Mrs. John Morris, who ,iavc been visiting friends and rela- Jvcs in parts of Tennessc for the past three weeks, have returned 'to ..heir • home here. Paton Yocum and D. James, of Morrilton, Ark., arc guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Love near Manila. Miss Dorothy. Crasley is visiting her bfothcr, Steve Croslny Jr., and family here. Miss Dorothy is the daughter of Steve Crasley ~Sr., who for many years was garne warden of the Big Lake Reserve. They now make their home in St. Ciurles Ark. The women O f the Bible cia^s of •the Church of Christ met ot" the church Tuesday afternoon for their Bible lesson, which was taught under the leadership of MR,. Alvis Tipton. They arc now studying the Book of Acts. The lesson Tuesday- was taken from the lolh chapter. Mrs. F. E. Howell presented a map Of Pali's First Missionary journey and guvc ;i disciussion of the trip while pointing out the places visited on the map. Mrs. Mamie Perkins icachcr-or the cla.ss. presided over the meeting. Next place of meeting v:as announced to bo at the church. ANNEX . 10th, 10 A. M Our new, modern Annex willbe open for your inspection Sundayi Npvember 10th from ten o'clock in the morning. We urge you to be one of the many who will visit the Annex at that time. We are proud °! tl » s a ^ ition to our hospital jacilities and we believe that, ait^^ viewing the progress made, you will share this pride with us. FEATURES OF THE WALLS' HOSPITAL NEW ANNEX BUILDING AND ROOMS Fire-proof building with Automatic fir^oWehat, in the event of fire, drop and seal the,new annex from the old building. Fire-proof windows.:AH hew furnishings and equipment MoHen,, attic-fan ve^^ tilation. isolation room with outside entrance. ; Modern operating rooms. The major and minpr operating rooms are connected with the DeKvery and nursery rooms. ; Doctor's consultation room. Modern elevator. Oxygen Tent. Elliot Machine. Complete X-Ray laboratory equipment. Ga, Machine. Diathermy Machine. Ultra-Violet andInfra.Red:Ray;Machine. Pneumothorix Machine. Basal Metabolism Machine. • & , YOUR VISIT WILL PROVE INTERESTING AND EDUCATIONAL. BE SURE TO ATTEND WALLS'