The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 27, 1943 · Page 2
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BLYTHEVILI;B.(ABIJ.): COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1943 Simple Preventative Methods ; ? Advised For Athlete's Foot «V> DR. THOMAS D. MASTERS - - -Wrttlca for NBA A SONG th*'m«ny harbingers of •fVisprinj., one ot the most per- .sisfcnlly ', r«ci»rring is Athlete's rog! »Almost every "dull ehes icruge^to the Atb'ete's Foot germ or -fungus Warm weather, exer- cl«^f and increased sweating all leivi tc. bring the germ to renewed mi* discomfiting activity. It Is moisture—rather Uiap contact with otlgr ™i)rople in 'public swimming pools, clubs, % and gymnasiums—that niotldes ideal conditions foi a flourishing case of -Athlete's Pool. Allilete'i Fopt thrives in niois- Uii<£ nnd dead skin. Therefore, it Is^of'lhe greatest Importance to talS measures for keeping the feel ns-duan of dead skin and nail debris as possible, and for drying letjceii Hie toes and under them. UnW)lng ; alcohol.. Or \k' per centi tiiJeture -of Iodine are both good daily, treatment, fav'cleansing mid ruRlng down on perspiration A liljtral sprinkling of talcum pow- defc'-on the feet and in the stock- Ings and shoes tei)d.s : tp, cut down onTlnmpncss, and H is 6f!pnrLlc- ulaj• caution to wipe the,toe.s very 'carefully after bathing. WEAK COTTON HOSE pEOPLE whose feet. i»rspire ••• Jiriorc' titan those of the average peijou would do well to place emull wiuls of lamb's wool between bf- fcnflliig»U)c8.v Cotton /hosiery otters (hi? best''absorption and ventilation. njjciV tj ic shoes sho'uld be rodjny:and preferably perforated. Attempts to k|lt the fungus' by the shoes 1 to ri formalde- hydc bath or ultra-violet ray me futile, since Immediate reinfec- tion lakes place when''feet mid shoes meet again. Preventive treatment is .infinitely' best for most ordinary mnnl- festallo'ns of Athlete's Foot—I. e. r tmnll cracks or tiny blisters. Swelling, redness, marked blistering, and Itching, which accompany advanced stages of the Irritation from" Ihe fungus may lie relieved by a twice- daily Imlf-liour soaking of the feet In potassium nennaiiBnnatc .solution. The .solution Is mndo* by dissolving one five-grain lublet of po- tnssium-permnngiinate In 1 % quarto of cold tap water. Calnmlnc lotion before bedtime nnd frequent chaijges of . hosiery nlso lieln lo control and sootlic the annoyance. OIIOOXK SALVES CAKKHJi.l.Y 'PliE uninformed use of dings •'• uml snlvcs available on tin; commercial market, Is likely to aggravate Athlete's Font, nnd many people are sensitive to some of the Ingredients of the popular medicaments. ' Helnpsc Is iilwuys Imminent,.nnd troublesome though the routine for controlling the Infection may seem, adherence to It Is the only re'conimo'mtablc procedure. If the Infection becomes scnly, «nd the skin fusunlly of Iho .soles) thickened, lotions or footbiillis iiio less effective than salves, Hut the latter should be prescribed by the physician, and il .should be borne In mind that not nveiy (•million on the feel Is .so simple a thing n.s Athlete's Foot. -•• Stefcle-C&rter ~ - ' ' : " Society-— Personal T(JjlMIi; DUKE LE>V1S, .HONORED ON BIRTHUAY Tommie. Duke Lewis .was guest of T)ano£,'[it;'a' : p,arty^ Thursday af- Lerjioon ~tri honor of his second birthday, anniversary when his moiHicr, ..Mrs. Tom'C. Lewis was hosTess "at their home to about 30 ,of his friends, Onmes were • played throughout tli^jiftcjiiixni. and the guest of honor n was presented; a; large assortment of gifts after wliicil refreshments of birthday cake, ice cream and* iced ^drinks wer'e'served.' ' 13eiitidicliiic Studio Pupils Presented iii Music Recital When the Spring recital by the puplM of the Benedictine Studio of Music, Immaculate Conception School, was held Monday night, Uie Rev. Amos H. Enderlin, assistant pnstor of the church gave n talk on the advantages of u musical Mrs. Effie 'Jones ' Dies Karly Today Funeral riles were held at 3 o'cock this afternoon for Mrs, Effle Maude Jones, wife of Jacob Jones, who died at her home on South Clark street early this morning following a short llhies. She was 37. Services will be held from the Full Gospel Tabcrnacic with the Rev. Clifford Thncker, pastor of the church, officiating, llurial will be nads at Maple Grove Cemetery. Mrs. Jones was a native of Mississippi County, torn near Luxora, and had made her home In this section ever since. She leaves her husband, two sons, Wnncls and Louis Jones; one daughter, Dorothy Jones; a brother, Leslie Cmils of Libourn, Mo.; nnd two sisters, Mrs. Clco Elliott of Blylhcville nnd Mrs. Fannie Sue llecder of Lnxora. Cobb Funeral Home wa In charge of arrangements. 'Major's /vVe'daTsl Pemiscot Man Dies W. 0. W. To Meet Woodmen Of the World will meet tomorrow night for drill practice. T;:iO o'clock, at Hall on Fifth and Main. «;•.:,-/*'<! . *>J * ' 'f "' > ' ' ; Kf'fy* .' I s . ft V . . -,»,«*fc«<»t«*< < l ,* A ^ «tj| ""^•' • ' -'•; ~4 f,ty . 7 f'^ V" >'••,.'> '' •'• ' .' '"',>; J4 - ••.-., 't cdiicntlon and presented a gold Lodge Meets Tonight Chicknsnwba Ijjdge No. )3'l P. ind A. M., will meet lonijiht, 7::)0 o'clock, nt the hull, it wns nn- noLmced today. Work will be dum in the E, A. degree. The hind half of ono carlliwnrn may be giuflvd successfully to the front half of another. i Four mcdnls awarded t posthu- ' mnusly to Maj. Allnn J.'Scwart,' Jr.. killed in Solomons'fighting nro w o r n by his 'wife••in I.os Angeles while his baby; il.mylikT R.nrhara ndmires them. Mcduls are Distinguished-Service Cross. Distinguished Flying Cross. Silver Slar nnd Air Medal. (Army Ajr Corps photo.) Pete Kdncy, farmer of carutli- crsvllle, Mo., died at 11:35 o'clock yesterday morning at St. Joceph's Jlospilai.in MempliLs, where he became a- patient May 24. He was a native of, Tennessee. The body was returned . to Carulhersville for burial. He was 53. Mr. Edriey leaves his wife, Mis; Lola pdtiey of caruthcrsvllle. SUGAR STAMP 12 EXPIRES MONDAY, MAY 31st • H you hcrve enough granulated «ugar, why not use your family's remaining No. 12 stamps lor same of theie variety-malting DOHINO sugars: Graiiiiafed Old Fashioned Irow* Coifectlonerj XXXX Tobleh ^ S.perf!. *)*•. Y.llow Georgia has . 533 ' Incorporated cities and towns. . ' (pom** 10 <- Pure SL/G« CANE S^or i«i-««w!«< ^ • '(V: : S. Navy Photo From NEA) I Gray in i'og-tinncd'dnwri7Vrow T of Vought-Sikofsky~F4U'K v are seen under the-;tail ol another star-! spotted_CorsairJighlcr as they await delivery to Ihe Navy.- These ; swiit flghters.py 400.miles, an; •a.,.1 ,. «. ihow,and.have Slieafly.smashed'mtmy a Jap plane: to the Pacific, - i Bay Elmo Jones, who has just cori^ileled- his six weeks training incite Navy;'at': ; WilliamsburB, Va ; , wag, expected., to''"arrive ,'In'Cooler lo ibe atjtlie ibedside' r of, his moth- cr,>Mr.s; Grace Jones v/ho is serious-' IjiTHl.' Mrs. 'Jones who has been wojjting In Memphis iSince her hus- Iraud enlisted in 'trie Navy relurn- cd*home.'Friday night and will re. riiatii here until her husband re- tujns -to cnmp. She, plans to re- .turji with him. '.'• ."> SJiss"'Ada Louise'HI nson of Lexington', Term., has arrived at Cooler ifor several weeks visit with her : father, ..Arthur Hinspn and also \viffi her aurit,'Mrs.-John Russell i<rs. Baxter Southern and chil- drijji have returnde to Stecle from Lbgansport, Ind., where they have bets with -Mr. Southern who is slsftoned at Peru, Ind., Naval nlr baS. They were forced to come ' ~ r because of high- water. Nbivs :Of\WAACs, and SPARS yrs. Lavonia' Phillips, wife o Coil). Leonard Phillips of the Bly llieville Army Air Field, has been idm-ted . into the WAAC and L tuyTll ting her call. '-i No Absence in 700 Days ; VANCOUVER, Wash. (UP) — Kffith Erickson- and Jack Goodwii : cirjloyees.al the Aluminum Co. o - Aiuericn'' plant'. here, • worked 70 "days without being absent a sinel -wofting day, C. T. .Heins, super l.intlndent'pf'the carbon division o ';.. HMI plant, announced. mcdnl as a siKclnl award lo uilly Schmuck for perfect atlendnncu nnd application. 'Hie singe was beautifully decorated with Ihc color scheme of rod, white and blue being carried out in red flowers, blue lights nnd white silk drapes. The first number on the pro- grnm was the Rhythm Orchestra including; Trn Parks, Hilly Henley, James Mclvin, Edward Slemnc, Johnny Mornth, Fred Prentice, iobliy Butler, Lois Lawrence, June orshce, Nancy Jo Hninby, Nnncy an Nichaus, Dorolcs Ann Carr, Marguerite Ohlkl and Shirley ae Travis. Featuring, Charles Wiceler on the violin; Fred Tlnn- n nnci Maycs Wilson on the tritin- cts, Billy Halchclt on the nc- onUon nccompinilcd by Cnrolvn Jhllrt. The following pupils took pinno olo parts; Barbara Watson, Earl 'oppcdgc, Pntly Joyce Holt, Doris Vadlcy, Nnncy Jo Hornby, Nnncy lamllton, Mniilia Nichols, Fred 3hlld and Marguerite Child. This was followed by n Mexican oik song in costume by the class. Other piano selections were given y Jo Aim Shanks, Martha Ann jinlHcnich, Mary Jo Nnlicrs, Caroyn Child, Virginia Bowcn, Mary Louise Reeves, Pnlvlcin Chilli, oni'l "ich and Billy Schmuck. Accordion selections were played )>• Wade Reeves Jr., Ann \vnvth, Franklin Warlh nnd Hilly Hnlch- ctt. Keeping Up With The Men In Service Bj'ion 0. Wllkins of I.uxorn, Ark., has reported for duly nt Cum]) liciuii'cgiinl, La., nnd ts rendy for duly In the Army. Niival Aviation Cndel J, C. Sllres bus relmlccl to Athens, Cla. for training in Iho prcflight school. John E. Moberlpy, brother of Helen Snodgrass of Blythcville, wiis grndualctl Mny 22 irotn nnnametit school nt Lowrey, Colo., and now is private first clnss. CJovp. -Aavon j|>Vill.inTO.s,, son ol Mrs. IJoi-a'Williams 6( Manila received his second diploma .recently In the mechanical air .school at Chamilc Field, HI. Corporal Wll- llnins is now stationed at Salt Lake City, Utah, for an Indefinite period of time. Russell Moslcy, Eugene Aiilen nnd Henry Shimon nre in a pie- night school at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Nicol Jaycee Director Announcement Is made today of Iho appointment of Tlmd Nicol, local business man, lo serve as stale director of Ihc Junior Chamber of Commerce from . thts district. Appointment \vas made by Louis Davis, president-elect of Ihe locnl club. The Hindus, not the Arabs, arc said to be the authors of the Arabic system of arithmetical notation. IN MKMOKY OF my Invlng hus- Inincl, ()r:i Sliimyn. wliu passeil away Slay 27, 1!I4U. mni(";diU'.llJig'i..to,w 'J. miss you, With yritir brlglit' 'nil lender smile. For I am thinking ail Ihc while Of the dent' otit> who has left me. Of happy ilnys now passed, When I had you with me, darling, Happy days that could not last. Mrs. Orn Shonyu. You Can Get This \AXCHlWSfr FREE! Eat ' Milltr'i Bra. Flukes i of .Irtti-loua UtAii U In ,. 3 bl,c , „,„„ j iTlLOIo.XinllTl Ho ' Jftrelys.S 0 '" ' '" Tl '"" I t!"'l ™'V'»'°i*"*"«' k ™-«"S 1, U IJ fk«.-u of Mlll^-a Htim yiak,,/ til ?.""} |B! «Z lor.mmliun tool, 1 Kn H APPY GROCERY H OUR i&MKT. 10!) W. nlnill St. May 2S-2!) IMiotic 485 Ci &/.. 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