The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 15, 1937 · Page 3
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MONDAY, NOVIOMBRK- If,. 1M7 ~ _ -Tuberculosis C a m p a ign Chairman (or Sou I hern Fimtra) Services llelj : For Pearl D. Baird HAYTJ, Mo. — Film-nil .S--ITKVS ivi'i-p hold Friday afternoon for I'f-nil 1). Kali-el, ap.e 41 ymr s. who died Wednesday morning, a victim '» hearl failure, having become HI only thai, evening. Services wore BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS , m Chairman for Southern " rsvi!)l ' conductim; DIP funeral. _. _ ; ''"'it deceased Iws lived Mm' imink'nlly all liis life. UK is siir- OSCKOLA. Ark,. Nov. 13.— Cov- ! 'iml by U!s wife Mrs. non-run- m were laid for twenty at it { Uaittf. his parents Mr. nnd Mrs luildic-oii meeting at the Court, !'<*<• Baird. cm- sisti'j-, Mrs. Clil- Ilonsc Cafe yesterday for local) ford nickrrson who live here and tlinirmcn of tiro. Tuberculosis Real i .v.o inclines Leslie ami 'jolin campaign ID the south entl oflUaitxl of St. Louis who were all Hie county. Places were marked with small doll? dressed, as nurses BELIEIIES HILL CEF hi '' "•' ,,•!! w.nl; tlilv j'l'i vt'iy iiDjiuliir aiiiinv th . si't ami wns clinsen Miss llnyti by llu 1 Lions duo last smnmer and later selri'ted Ml« Pemlsciil . ' nosem at me . i 'i'lu- deeen.si'd was a veteran of | lie World War luivini; served ; :<>;irtci-n years overseas and was njiji::! W | while in wwion Com- • ' , B the double cross emblem. The plficc carts carried a Tuber- cute seal. I-onowiiig the luncheon the 'win- c. or the National' Guard ' p/.K'Kls held a meeting hi the court. )r;)vide ( i a military escon house at which Dr. A. M. Wnsli- >•<•""• Ijiirn. former .head of Hie Mississippi county health unit, but now director of the Division of communicable diseases of the state health department. Little Hock i.poke. In (ll.scnssing the rural tuberculosis program In Arkansas Dr. Final Rites Held For Mrs. Tom Parham, 52 , . • daughters, Mrs. William Cook of Misslsippi. and Mis B;tclle Parham of Bab5«lt. Interment was at Bassett cemetery. , BASSETT. Ark.—Fmu-riil .services 1 were held for Mrs. Tom Pnrhntn. 1 -. - - "•"•! LJI. >-• Saturday afternoon ot ^ o'clcyk 1 v-ashburn said there wore 892! it Die Uassetl clnircli In- the Rev deaths from tlie disease In this j W. F. Cooley of Joiner ' .state lust year. Statistics through-! Mrs. Pnrham liad been in 111 nut the nation show there arc nine-1 health about two years and bcrnme active cases and nine arrested j critically sick a month ago cases for evei-y death [roiu the She is survived by her husband disease in any given community, four .sons, Fate, Frank, Roy ami On this basis there are approxlm- 'fiiomas. all of Basselt. and two ately nine thou-sand cases in the '' n ""^'<"— *•-- *«,:,': - . Mate. Five hundred more new cas- i-s were reported in 1930 than in 1935;; Judge S. L. Gladisli spoke briefly and pledged his co-opera- tionrin tlic county seal sale cam- uaigu and expressed his gratification: at the action of the quorum court in raking the appropriation for 'public health work in Mississippi comity. Twenly-flvc cases from this county have been treated at the state sanitorium this year. George Barham of Blytheville, county chairman for tlie past eight ycai-.s. outlined objectives and plans for this fall's sale. He has set S1.500 as a minimum goal for the county. Welby Young, Osceola chairman, gave the Interesting story of the origin of the Tuberculosis seal in Denmark. Mrs. Hal Miller, public health nurse for the southern half of (he comity, who had charge of arrangements for yesterday's meeting, announced that tlie sale \vould begin Novcm- ber»2G and continue until Christinas, Chairmen for this district are- i Red Line, West Ridge, Miss Fior- '• ence Speaks; Hatcher, Laney, i Miss Juanila Meadows; Prasier j Stillman, W. H. BingDam; Pecan Point. Shawnee. WarddeH, Mi-s. W.' B. jBurkott;" Cnrson Lake, Grlderj D. ; jw. Lnird; Whitton, -Phillip Dee|; Nodena, -<J. • P, Holbrook; i Saa. Souci, Miss Mackie Smith. < Continued irom Puce 11 solves, from excessively low iw,^,. nnd pxci-.ssln.-ly loiijr hours. ' 2. "I'lie unsomid practice ot sown- cominuiilties—by no means confined to any onii seel Ion of the country —which seek new industries liy offering the principal atlriK-tloi) of labor more pli-ntiful and mjicli cheaper lhan can be found in competitive communities. l.aljnr is not ii mere commodity." Linked directly with tliese objec- tlvc-s. Mr. Roosevelt said, is en- rciiiagciiiMH of business to make new •capital expeiulitun-s fur plants an-.l the raising of the total \vugc income for the lolai o( the working Ijopiilntion. Otherwise lie said new plums and more efficient labor sav- in" mnchlncry might, not operiitc to increase mass nurchasinu power i Ilticiwn and a sinus Infection, she was accompanied by her sister. Mis. | Dan Tylnr. ot Maiden. Mo . an:l her nurse. Mis. Arden Crowck-r. : Head Courier News Want .',ds. Miss Mary Jane [uicli Weils Mr. Osbornc Me Adams IfAVTI, Mo. — Mr. anil Mrs ( Wlls bll ' r S ''1«'U'<1 M Hi'iiry Eiicll of this city announce 1 ''<"'"'•> "I- It"' Kill 1 1 !':•<• mairlagc of Ihclr dniiglilor I J. " ls " <|U ''''" <l( ""' Miss Miiry JIMK- i"i|i>n to Osliorm"' ''.. MiiAdnms of C'aruthersvlllc. The yi»iiis couple wx'i'i- married al vis- KOtt, Ark.. Novi'iiibi-r 2 with Ihp Methodisl pastor n-adiiu; the slngli; l Inj ceremony. They wi-rc- iitlend- cd by Mr. iind Mrs. <;. 11, Morgan, The bride was attired In a inivy Wile lallcla dress with maU-hiin; accessories. Mrs. O.sbomc l.s u c.'inrmlitg ami popular girl, a meniLier of the senior elas.s of the local high school. Kile expecis ID complete this full and i t Tlic bridi'Ki'nom Is the MIII <if | Mrs. M Wllhcy o| fjiriilln-rsvtlle. Drs. Wert & Wcrl Ol'TOMIiTKJSTS Ovir Joe Isaacs' store "Wli UAKK 'I'M SKIi" I'lloi 10 640 Hlie hi, Mr. Me,\ ypunccr'(iriii; stor,- Hn- .voill)}; ti'rir hum v,Vii(ii!iill[in I'liiUijis (l. Hahis KNin. oktu. tUI'>—More sludciil.i me hiking Hiaduale nnd np|):'r ehsti i work at I'hlllips University Uinn I in iiny other time In the hstory of . , ' Ul1 ' school, Dr. I, N. McCinili, re- hnlrlirnsh DrlslU-.s by dip- i llil,,« president. tol<l the school's in iiot v,-ii(i>- untl stum. I Ix.vir'l of (nistees, The Morning AfterTaking Carter's Little Liver Pills l.tnlk's' Small Heel Cups tdililicr Ik' els K«r \Vonten iJi Cliiltlron H'i>HI> Will Buy H. SMITH SHOE SHOP At the Hospitals C. G, Hires was admitted to the Blytheville hospital yesterday for treatment for a nose hemorrhage. Mrs. G. H. DcLong was taken to a Memphis hospital this morning In a Holt ambulance. Her condition iccanic serious yesterday after having been ill several days from in- HAPPY RELIEF FROM PAINFUL BACKACHE Caused by Tired Kidneys <il It •'»«!. .Mi-llii-ui,IP,,.,. ••"HI 3 lic'iji'.!,-.,{„.,. I' ll,f J.", u fl,s i,f I ainful N „,. A Three Days' Cough Is Your Danger Signal Just a common cough, a chest cold, or a bronchial Irritation of today may lead to serious trouble tomorrow. They may be relieved now with CrcomiUsion, an emulsified Creosote that is pleasant to take. Crcotnulslon Is a medicinal combination designed to aid nature in saothing and healing Infected mucous membranes by allaying irritation and inflammation and by aiding In loosening nnd expelling the germ-laden phlegm. The Medical Profession has for many years recognized the beneficial effect of Bcccluvood Creosote in the treatment ot coughs, chest colds, nnd bronchial Irritations. A special process was worked out by a chemist, for blending Creosote with other ingredients and now In Creomulslon you gel a real dose of genuine Beechwood Creosote which is palatable nnd can even be taken f rcriuciitly and continuously by both adults am! children. Creomulslon is one prcpnnition that goes to the very seat of the trouble to help loosen nnd expel the Kcnn-laden phlegm. When coughs, chest colds and bronchial troubles— due to common colds—hang on, gel a bottle of Creomulslon from your druggist, use it ns, directed nnd if you are not satisfied with the relief obtained, the druggist Is authorized to refund every cent of your money. .Crcomulslon Is one word—not two, and 11 hns no hyphen in 11. Ask for it plainly, sec that the name on the bottle is Crconmlston, and you'll get the genuine product mid the relief thai you want. (Adv.) ... »;.'ii! '.i-t y. ' >H. ,,->f,,liy McFatridge Rites Held i y At Bassett On Friday! BASSETT, Ark.—Funeral services ! were held Friday afternoon at the ! home of Mrs. R. L. Elrod for her ! brother, James Thomas McFatridge. 1 agdd 6fl, who died In Chicago Tues- 1 day after a long illness. ! Iftr. Moj-'atridge lived her e for many years, but moved away 15 ' yeivrs ago. ••• He is survived by his -wife, Mrs Allicc Warren AlcPatridge; five daughters, Mrs. Frank,.cyBrien and Miss Frances McFatridge of Chicago, Mrs. James Patch of Montana, and Misses Knte and Aline Mcratridge of Los Angeles, Calif.; six sons, Enimett of Los Angeles. Hudson, Eugene, Frank. George and Vaniie, all of Chicago; two brother's,' G. w. and Dots of Bassett- and a sister, Mrs. Elrod. All the members of the immediate family except those of California were present at the funeral which was conducted by the. Rev. V/-. F. Coolcy of Joiner. : NOW AVAILABLE JOE T.ROBINSON MEMORIAL : HALF .DOLLARS Y>ri.in'a , lv ,. r ,„ l,rf,, H lc NOTICE •Sewer District Number 2 tux will be delinquent if not paid before December 1st, 1037. 1'iiy before thai (late and stive penally. Tax book :tt office of Holland and l?arham. .. , Commissioners Sewer District No. 2. Money grows... . ^ *** but not on trees! Tlifi-c's line nlacc il dues UT nnd flinl's in n Inuili ucc'iinnl! Hero, wlicri' your dtiltiirs iir<.' wiiiUinu 1 , nicy uvow j>Tiiihiul)y mid wifely . . . with (he niinimtini amount of risk Inliou. »..-~»n_»*i»**«j»jsBaigKf3«n Slnrt itn (ifcitunf (ddiiy wilti nuy innnnnl of money .von wish 1o ck«. posil. /V small weekly deposit will Into ;t IHI-JJC, tisulilt; .sum. » i Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation FIRST NATIONAL BANK , Ark. "The Institution of IIMer ttnnkhirj I T means a lot that famous golfers like Gene Samzcn, Helen Hicks, La-wson tittle, and Ralph Guldabl, agree in their preference for Camels. They have found that costlier tobaccos do place Camels in a class apart, listen to Ralph Guldahl, National Open Champion: "I've stuck to Camels for 30 years," be says. "I smoke lots of Camels and I've never known them to jangle my nervus. That partly explains why so many golfers arc loyal Camel smokers." And not only golfers, but people in all walks of life-millions of Americans-prefer Camels day after day after day, making them the LARGEST-SELLING cigarette in America... or the world. T .By special act of Congress, Hi: United States Government has issued a number oi these memorial half dollars fevA^no^ 1 * 0 '' 1 ' of th<: Ialc SENATOR JOE T. ROBINSON The reverse side of this coin has the Statehood Jcal of ARK -\NSAS Only 10,000 of these coins arc now available. These coins arc genuine fifty-cent pieces and arc le ff i)l lender, Everyone should have one of these coins as a tribute to the memory of the ' greatest son that ARKANSAS ever had. FREE A llo!licr for >' our c °'" with a - copy ot an- autographed photograph of the late SENATOR. Price of coin $1.95 each, Postpaid. Send only certified check or money «rder. Ojtiriul and Sole Diilributort STACKS x COIN AND STAMP CO. <S$0 Sixth Avt., New York, N. y. SALESGIRL Elsie Schumacher: "When tlio rush gets me'worn out'—it's me for a Cornel, and I g«t a quick 'lift.' Practically all of us girls in Uie store prefer Camels." WATCHMAKER I. C. Gorkun says: "Camels? Say, every Camel I smoke seems to be milder nnd tastier than the last one. Camels don't leave mo feeling 'smoked out.'" SPORTS WRITER Stuart Cameron: "It's mighty impressive how champions agree on Camels. I'm glad as any Ethlclotli.it Camels don't get on. my nerves." DRAFTSMAN B. T. Miller:"! often feel used up during long hours before iho drawing board. Camels give me a 'lift' when I feel! need It. They Dever tire my lastc." Wanted Pecans Highest Prices 1'aid WOLF ARIAN 128 E. Main Phone 176 Camel spends MILLIONS MORE FOR COSTLIER TOBACCOS I Camels are a matchless blend of finer MORE EXPENSIVE TOBACCOS —Turkish and Domestic. BANK TELLER Jolin McMcihon: "I'm handling money by the- thousands. Jnnglod nerves just don't fit in that kind of work. So it's Cornels for me." AUTO MECHANIC Al Patterson: "In the garage business you have to catch your meals on the run. Camels seem to smooth the way for good digestion." CHIEF SIGNALMAN of N. Y. Central R. R., John Gcraghty: "Speed and safety —our watchwords—call for healthy nerx'cs. Do Camels Jangle my nerves? No sir. 1 " NEW DOUBLE-FEATURE CAMEL CARAVAN Two sr«t «hows-"J«k Oafeic Co!lc K c" and licnny GooJmanVSwins School"-in one fast, fun-fitted hour. On llic air every Tucsdjy night at 9:30 pm E.S.T., 8:30 I'm C.S.T., 7:JO pm M.S.T., P.S.T..o>ctWABC-Columbij Nclworlt. THB&fi Kverylliing (or your enter- Ininmenl ;tm] comfort. Last Times Today "Stella Dallas' with Itarhiira Stanwyck, Ann Shirley, John Holes, Alan Male & Ilnrbaru O'Ncil. l)«rx a clilld lielonif to Its nifitli- ir 1 .' StHlii Dallas said jes. An 1111- fiimilly worlil salt! no. Who Was il*Iil? \Vlinl IwpiKMiPd (o tins tan-dry, clieap, imiKiilflrenl woman ami her ln-lvvi-il ilaii«)ilei-. Also I'nraiiiotint N'cws and KD- (iAIt lil-IIGK.V * CIMIILKV Mc- CAKT1IV in "ALL • AMKItUrAN DIIAWIIACK." Ailinlsslnn Sun. all ilily IGr: A 3«o Ailinkvlnii Mini. Mill. lOe, & me Ailntlssiiin Mon. Night IGc & Stic. TUESDAY Also PKijmlrfrk Trav-^lalk and Comedy. Admission Msillnic lOc i ''We AilinKvlaii MBI ICc & 3Cn Camliuj- Soon: I'lUKFl.Y t fin: HAititiF.it ANGKl, THAT CHIl'lVMN WOMAN ROXY Always 10c & 2«e Show every night. Matinees l-'ri- <lny, Saturday & Sunday Only. I'rlilay & Sunday Matinees ' start 2:15 p.m. Saturday Continuous showing from l_to 11:30 'p.m. shows start 7:W pini. Last Time Today Also Fox News & Comedy PAL NIGHTS! Tue. - Wed. - Thur. adults admitted for llic price of on*?. fi LOVE OF DANGW-T3

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