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TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1938 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Osceola Society — Personal -Mrs. Walters Uads Program Mrs. L. w. Walters led the pro- Brain, "Our oifls for Worldwide Missions" at tlie meeting of the Methodisl Missionary Society Monday afternoon. Mrs. Harry Jones presented ihe devotional, and Mrs. H.. C. Moorehead reviewed-the Illc of John Wesley. Plans were made for tlie social meeting to be held tor nil local Methodisl women on January 31. * * * Woman's Council Meets Mrs. W. M. Smith was hostess to jttie senior circle of (lie Woman's Council of the Christian church Monday. In the business session, conducted by Mrs. Hugh Craig, president, plans were made for the Civic Club luncheon to be held Thursdav. Miss Pan Nlchol nave tlie devotional. Presbyterian Auxiliary fe-els Mrs. Charles Coleman, assisted by he r mother, Mrs. J. w. Cnrtwrlght, was hostess to tlie Presbyterian Auxiliary Monday. The Bible study from Eplieslans was led by Mrs. B. C. Bryan, plans were announced to- the annual Prayer Week February 2-G. * * * University Student III Allen Segraves, who attends the University of Arkansas, Is ill from appendicitis. His father, G. B. Segraves, mel him in Little Rock Monday and accompanied him to the Methodisl hospital in Memphis. Mrs. Segravcs went clown Tuesday for the operation. Baptist Circles Meet Officers were elected in each of r .- the four circles of the Baptist. W. M. U. Monday nml outlines given 1 \ for the programs to be presented throughout the year. Circle One met with Mrs. C. E. Butler, and Mrs. J. s. McCants was elected cochairman to serve with Mrs. Dwight Blackwood. Mrs. Randolph Walker was elected secretary, and Mrs. W. B. Colbert, treasurer. Miss' Helen Williams was enrolled as a new member. Circle Two. Mrs. John Douglas, chairman, meeting with Mrs. J. J. Hubbard. elected Mrs. P. E. Tompkins, co-chairman; Mrs. Alden Ba- ker, secretary, Mrs, Pleas Huckaby, treasurer. Circle Tliiee met at Hie parsonage, with fifteen members present and Mrs. Everett Rawllns, of Van Bnren, as guest. Circle pour, Mrs, Willlnm Stewart chairman, elected Mrs. L. Pciuler- grast as co-chairman; Mrs. Douglas Fletcher, secretary; Mrs. Frank Jordan, treasurer. » * * The ncv. and Mrs. John Schnedl. pastor of the Christian church, and Mrs. W. B. Johnson were In Memphis Monday. Mi: and Mrs. O. E. Massengill silent Sunday In Memphis with Mrs. Krln Martini who Is n patient at Campbell's Clinic. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. l/ivewcll. thiighter. Mrs. 'Iliad Felton find baby, of Bayloivn, Tex,, returned Sunday from a visit of two weeks with another daughter, Mrs. Hugh Hughey in Miami, Fin. Mrs. Felton and toby left Tuesday for their home. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Scurlock ami Mr. and Mrs. fl. O. Hcnson spent Sunday in Ainory. Miss., us Ihe guest of Mrs. A. C, Thornton, mother of Mrs. Scurlock. B. If. Burns, J. M. Cuvenilpr and Miss Inez Kincaid spent three (lavs In Jouesboro last week attending n district conference of agricultural workers. Mre. L. C. B. Young has been confined to her room for the past week. Mrs. E. S. Crihfield. who has been n patient In the Baptist hospital in Memphis for the past month following a malar o|»ration Is expected home tills week. Her mother, Mrs L. L. McDearman, has been with lier. 12-Ounce Baby Two and Husky PAGE THREE CBPAHDAND COMPLETE ME R a y c] c r, Bcasley, and Brewer Residences Are Finished NERVOUS? Dd you feel ao nervous you want to scream? Itlt you cross and irritable? Do you scold tbw* dearest to you? II your nerves are on edge, try LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND. it often helps Nature catm quivering nerve*. For, three gs'ntratlona <me woman haa told another how to go "smUiae through" with , LydJa B.,Pirikha.n)'a Vegetable Compound. It j helps l^ture lOQe r up the system, triua lessen- i Ing the discomforts Irom the functional iJU- i ^ Irders which women must endure. I M»k* a note NOW to get u bolii? ol world- 1 fhtuoui! Pinkbara's Comtwund lojay WITH- i OUT PAIL from your druxKiat—inctc than a million women have written In Utters reporting benefit. • Why not fry LVDU E. L'INKIUM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND? * Hayti Society — Personal Mrs. Ople Shepherd complimented Mrs. C\Uford Kirby with a shower at her home Friday evening. The guests spent the evening ••'nvin» binzo and the prize went to Mrs. Klrby. The hostess served refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Randolph, Miss Hattie Lois Randolph and Mrs, R. Poster of Glass. Tenn.. drove to Memphis Sunday and visited John Randolph, who is very ill in the St. Joseph hospital. Buster Wells left for Douglas. Arl?.., Sunday night to attend the funeral of his brother-in-law. Lee Hargrove, who dropped dead Saturday night. Death is attributed to heart failure, Mr. Hargrove taught school here several years ago. Irvin Benson, of Rector, Ark., who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mute, Troutman and Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Mahoulis, went to St. Louis Sunday. Fred' Hamra was in Pillion, Ky., Sunday visiting his uncle, Mose Hamra and family. Bob Smith of Holland and IWss Christine Orady drove to Memphis Sunday and visited Miss Cirady's mother, Mrs. Claud Orady, In St. Once termed "smallest living baby" by physicians who (ought to keep life In her 12-ounce body, Jacqueline Jean Benson, piclured above, her pretly face framed by the two candles ol her second birthday cake, has grown right out of the incubator into a big girl. She now v.'eighs 24 pounds and Is 29 inches tall. She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Denson of Chicago. Joseph's hospital. Mrs. Grady had an operation Thursday and is getting along nicely. Leonard Harder was in St. Louis over Use week end attending to business. Mrs. Geoffrey Johnson and son. Charles, and Bobby Gill spent the week end in Portageville with Mrs. Bernard Hcckor. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Notgrass drove to Memphis Monday where Mr. Notgrass underwent examination. Hemorrhoids-Piles CURED WITHOUT SURGERY & GUARANTEE!) Safe, sure nud with less discomfort. Alt diseases ana conditions Df nervous origin, foot allmfnls and skin cancers treated and cured at our clinic, DRS. NTES & NIES 5U Main OsteopatLic Fhyslclani Phone t)8 Blythevllle, Ark. Hubert Utley's Service Station and Safe 24 HOUR SERVICE Phillips "66" Gas Tax- Paid All Uartin? Brands of Betr, LIguor, WIn«, Gin and Cordials. Cigarettes, 2 Pkgs. 25c, $1.15 Carton Highway 61—Holland, Mo. New Liberty News Miss Helen bayce McNair entertained twelve members of the senior B. Y. P. U. with a marsliinullow and wiener roast last week. After a cake was served around the Jlre games were played in tlie house. Mr. and Mrs. Marlln • Hooker announce the blrtu of a son January 12. Mrs. Hooker was Miss Irene Batclielor before her marriage. Mrs. Pearl Hill has erected a new home In this community and Mr. and Mrs. Hilton stephenson are living with her at present. Miss Pauline McNair, of Calhoun City, Miss., is spending u few months with her brother, S. b. McNair, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cooke have moved to Vance. Miss., where they will make their home. Mrs. Cooke was MJss Lorene Nasli tefore her marriage. Cape Cod Introduces "Sand Board" Riding PROVINCETOWN. Mass, (UP) — "Sand board" riding is the newest winter sport on Cape Cod. Tlie sport. Inspired by surfboard riding, is said to oiler even more thrills and surprises. The riders stand on small squares of wood and are towed at high speetl over sand dunes. The boards are pulled by automobiles siripped of all but essentials. About three-fourths normal air pressure is used in the tires. Speeds of 40-GO miles an lion can be attained, and the rides often last a half-hour. Canada Huje Metal Exporter OTTAWA, Ont. (UP) — Led by nickel and platinum, Canada supplies approximately 25 per cent of Ihe world's output of the eight major metals, according to a statistical report released by the Bank of Canada. Canada exports 23 per cent of Its base metal output. ruiifntial FARM LOANS Anywhere in Mississippi County Wilson and Worthington 1st National Bank Bldg. Blytheville, Ark. \ Prepayment Privilege* Authorized Mortgage toan Solicitor for The Prudential Insurance Company of America H'MIMI)^ BOX last'. How tills Q. UY would like to .start bin].I-ill blows the IIIR our home doiv. but Imvc lii«i ui' reiiutdloitv juld it would In: more uilvisubH A. Tin 1 coiiiblniilion of cledrlc to wait until silling. Is tills triii'. 1 icfrlKi-rnKir und toaster on oil • or lire theic' imxlnn Uiillillnit dmiit ovi-rloiuls that circuit nml int'lliixls wlilcli sticCTssiiilly n,m- [ c'aus.s (lie insc to blow l| the )iu Uic dllllciiUles ol cohl VVM- wire lo lln> kitchen mulct |, ; ! !ll|(l . .''.. ,,„ i>:'oiiuli it IUH.V !*• Mile to nsi n A. Hwiillng In wint,.,- 0 ir, T s „,, hlKlicr-cnpaclly lusi'. If not u -,i'p. ii»siifiiKwii(ul)lc' (llll'lcnllii's. it Inis inuti' circuit, si-pamtely Three houses, which re-mip)m- ]>:lze the contention that conven- | Icuce.s and ultracllveness cun un 1 obtained nt inodenite cost Imve 'just been completed liere. Tlicy hire Hie residences of Mr. und Mrs. |J. W. Haydev. IHU ftiul Holly I streets, Dr. and Mrs. Joe E. Bens|ley. 1209 Oliickasawba avenue, and Dr. and Mrs. W. F. Brewer, Bnr- leltl road. The Rnydor home, which Is the largest of tlie trio. Is an English type bungalow, painted white, with green composition roof und green shutters. The entrance Imll nis two closets, one for coaUs and the other iiiiiuigcd with shch'es, mi! there Is n linen closet and u nrger closet in one bedroom and another closet In the second bcd- ooin. The large living room has a llre- pluce, equipped with fans to circulate the heat and the adjoining dining room opens Into a kitchen which lias bulit In ciib- Inots, Inlaid linoleum on the floor and on the cabinet tops nl ench side of the sink. A .small hall opens into the two bedrooms, bath und living room. The bathroom which Is in black niul while has a sliower and other modern fixtures. TJie house hus smooth plastered . walls 1 and oak floors. A in<xlernlsUc | type of light fixtures were used on tlie interior of the house while u Miiall English style fixture ts at the front door. The final finishing touches are being put on the t ' Beaslcys' new house into which they moved upon returning home from (heir we'il- dlng trip. The three room house Is in the center of n 15tr tool lot, which already has several large trees in advantageous spots. The landscaping hns 'already been started and the yard hhs been filled In to make n slope to the front. The exterior of the Early American style house, built of siding and painted white with ri green com- i position roof, has for added dec- ' oration, a colonial type door adorned with wrought iron straps. The Interior walls are of pine panels, finished in a glossy hue, nud tliy floors are of oak. The living room Has built. In book shelves, a desk and cabinet. The bedroom has n large clothes closet and a door leads to the bathroom, which is finished In wall board. A green and white scheme has been used in this room, which has n shower in ndditlon' to the oilier fixtures. ' '' The kitchen has all built In features, with the •.cabinets having' an Early American trend in the knobs, cut from wood. All of' the cabinets anil drawers are lined in' red and there is a small utility, closet, which adloins the back door, lending to a rear porch on the south. 'Hie Brewers dismantled a larger, rambling type house they owned, to build a. smaller and more convenient home. This Oiey have done in the 25 by 33 feet building. The Early American cottage has a large living room, which opens into n dinette and a hall. The dinette has n corner cupboard and this room leads Into the kitchen, of about the same size. In the kitchen are built, In features and the walls are papered in a gay design. A rear porch is screened. The two bedrooms and bath open into the small hall. There are two large closets between the two sleeping rooms and a small closet in the dinette holds the hot water tank. The bath room has n yellow anrt lavender color scheme. The woodwork and oak floors are stained an oak shade, which make an attractive background for Ihe hand hooked rugs Mrs. Brewer has made. A neutral shade of paper was used In Ihe living room and dinette while mofe color was used In the other rooms. ber ilmi "IP |ii)hiti>(l out thin Hie niiiii- ri nliliiu Hir (ircscnt circuit ol (liiys Is comiMiriUtvcly iv,v luuvii'r wire, mil be niTi's-iury.' H 1 IK 11 iionjml winter, whirls inlvi.v.ibU' lo consult your lo(ul ! went her Is loo severe fur M- | eliclrlc cumjtniiy, win W ih no! spill'; doubt IK- xhul in inspirl your ronslriidlon work. In "I additional precuiitlous whU-n may bi' necessary i,)r utJilcliitt;, joii urc just ,, s B<'l a good lioiise «t 11 lea Price us you would In s toss volume <!• I urn butheinl \vllli con] Dinner ' Oi ' ols when the weather [s InuleJ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' '"' " kl( i'hi'ii window In hcnee pita's nre apt u> b" tower I "''''"• """ nl11 ' remedy this sit- Theic Is iisiidlly n more plentiful! " llllt) !', v supply of highly (iklllrd iul)»r I ^' '' s "npli'nsaul coiu'i'.lon Coiilruvlurs are eauer for wofk to"""*' lx ' ''''I'Ullnl hy Insliilllnij un caiiy iin-m m .,, r ( | K . | lslM ]|y dnii' eliTti'li 1 kllchi'ii vciillliitor iu Ihe M'a.ion Hiul lixik for |i-.ss ]iro!it. All these fuclDr.s iniiallv more than nnmti'iur. Ihe slluh't uddl- tiotuil iusl ciinsed by having lo Hike work. ')- We ii-niu lo .sink oni properly. How far be Iriini Ihe liuuse? A. Tlie type, eonslnictlon, and locution of a well should be In nccortlunec with the recommemln- uluu', or I'i'eii In the Inmsmu nvei- the oiilei (iu,). of your kllrht'ii, 'nils c(pil;t:i,eiH con- sfsts »f un i'|>M:i"l'; Ian riicloti'd In lii"ilie'" 1 " t ' 1 " 1 <"' lv<KI(l ''<« nii'l equlp- | lied wllh louvres lo prevent tool j ulr from enti'vliis Ihe klU-lw.i ( when the milt Is not in o|wrn- ivell on I Hon. Tlie virttdlnlw will exhiiusi should It ciioktui! odors mill exce.-wlve hejii of cocking. These mills lire int«| L . In u numln'v of models. Flormans Add Room To Their Residence I.loyd l-'lonnnii, son ol Mr. and Mrs. .Som Flormiin, Is to have a combination den unil Ijcdioomi In a M by Hi i ret room (winy udded to I the reur of his purenl.H 1 hoiiiL'. 110 West Cherry street. I'lne paneling Is to be used for the wtiliistotliig. with wait board used for the up]>er part of the walls l mid celling. I When the room Is completed, a will be nirnlslii'il according to Lloyd's taste for "« room of my own." Will Remodel Hou7e At 1209 Hearn Street Tlie Uoiisi' nl laoo llenrn slr-jsi, which hn.s been muicciipled fnr some time. Is to be converted into u modern collude by Its own- us. llu> Hlylhevllh' i.iiiiiix'r eom- liiiny. Tlie house will be enlai«»il lo hiive live moms, u bathroom will be nildi'd mid oilier modem ran- vinteiii-es hislalleil. ter o[ pails. Gouges and scratched should be treated similarly The repaired siiots should be ulvi'ii a reasonable ll/ne to dry out mid then they should be sl/- «l. The type of sl/.lng will depend somewhat on the kind .,f finish to be used. If Hie old finish was oil paint and the paint Ls In good condition mid shows no signs of lei.- Uiif! no, It need not be removal If the new finish also Is to i-c paint. Q. How can I prevent Ihciloivn- lioiLs ul the Stale llonidon[enHh.|spiiul.s on my house' from ficcz- II is advisable, Iherefore. Unit you Ing n»d bursting? A. Klvczini; Is caused by leaves, Iwlus, or ollu-r dirt collectljiij in first delermlne If the slate In which you Ih'e Issues a blillelln on well-water, supplies. Wells should be located nt a minimum distance of 50 feel from cess pools, .scpiic tanks, or other ilxwl .sources of the the dnilimgi! Is not , If they drain Into a dry well, pcr-| hails (his Is so .close lo.lhe surface' I (hat U freezes und ciiiino!, Care Required In Repapering Wall If old wallpaper is in thoroiujh- ly gOiHl COlKlllloli. ITpll|H-rIllg 01- pntntliig over It will give very satisfactory results; but, if a !,s not, all traces of the old paper or calcimine should he removed from plaster walls that are to he re- dt'coriiled. Any defects must be repaired. I'lasler cracks, If thoy in-c move than Imlr cracks, should In- cut out anil filled with plus- mo courier News want ads, OilII COMPLETE SERVICE Insures Your Sittisfaclirin * PRESTONE * RADIOS * HEATERS * DEFROSTERS * TIRE CHAINS I'UOTRC'l' YOTJR CAK ACA1NST WINTER 24 Hour Service TOM LITTLE CHEVROLET CO. Call 633 pollution. A dlstuncc oi 101) fecLithe wutor. In neiieral, ker-i the Is preferred. The direction 'of | downspout): clean, nrovldm-' udo- groiind-K'ntcr (low should be ... . ci'rtiilned. If imssible. mid Die, located so that it Is not In of ilow from n of pollution. Drains carrying sew- i'.gc located within 51) feet of a well .should be constructed of cast- iron pipe with leaded Joints. No .such (irnltis should lie located nearer Ibaii 10 feel lo any well. The well site should be well drained und at a higher elevation than nearby fixed sources of pollution, anil tlie well top. curbing, and cover should be of permanent watertight material and raised at least otic foot above rounding sround level. the The well should also be watertight to depth below the ground suvfai-j of at least six feet to protect agatii.it surface- water seepage. Q. There is a double electric convenience outlet in my kitchen. The refrigerator Is connected with one side, and If we II.SB the other for a [ouster or Iron (Hinte drainage, and Ihty \yill not frccxe.' Hi'etiinuulur downspout;:aic preferable to round ones, iis I'wy may lieiv.e but will not burst. Krslsls Walcr Aluminum paint linn high re- .-J.slnnce to water pene'traiton. U Is, therefore, an excellent paint to use • for exlerlor priming or for' any oilier place where n surface needs such protection. If It (s possible within the building budget to have the backs of all clapboards or oilier wood wall cover- Ing painted before erection, It will prolong the life of the otilslde paint. Drs. Wert & Wert OPTOMETRISTS Over Joe Isaacs' store "WE MAKE 'KM SEE" Phone MO try our NEW SENTRV COHL this time It's prepared in America's Most Modern Preparation Plant. We C7 flf| | ftn Guarantee Every Ton. V'-Utf IOH E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. PHONE 100 Squeaking Floors Should Be Checked Squeaking floors arc often annoying and should be checked ns soon as they develop. Tlie exact places where the squeak occurs should be marked. :f tlie joists on which the door is laid are exposed on the underside. il Is possible to locate '.lie squeaky areas from below. Where cracks occur between flooring ant) joists, small wedges driven between the subfloor and the joists will prevent further i\otse. It may be necessary to Jack up and level any sagged or defective joist and then reinforce It with planks spiked to either side. CLARENCE H. WILSON HARVKY MORRIS ~~More When n recreation room Is be ing pJnmied In the basement of a new home, windows can be designed lo ei" more than Ihe usual amotml of sunlight. They may be! n»v tii^ imado extra large, and the lop of RAY WORTHINGTONjthe window should be as close to the celling as possible Ever Dream of It? A beautiful home with a garden ami (lowers and lots of tree.s? Now, with FIIA long term financing, it's easier than ever to realize your dreams for a home. If you're interested, talk with us and we'll explain how you can build and pay for your home in small monthly payments. COMPLETE BUILDING SERVICE Phone 40 THE ARKMO LUMBER CO. The Invisible Stamp You Can't See It, But It's There! Most of us Jire fiimilittr with the various slumps of approval on certftiii merchandise we buy. This menus the article has been tested and town! worthy, that it meets cerium reriuirc- menU and ix reliable. If you aro one of the customers of I his company your wntoi- supply boars such a Hlnmp, an invisible stamp. Rv- ery drop of wilier that flows through our mains lias met strict laboratory tests, _ proving it absolutely | Ulrc am | safe for your every need. This invisible stamp prelects youv health. BLVTHEVILLE WATER CO. Courteous, I'crsmul Atlcnllnn lo Kvtr, Customer Plume 81) 113 So. Hrn:idway A New Ropf Livens Up the Skyline of the Neighborhood CERTAINTEED UNIVERSAL SHINGLES are applied Tight over the old roof. The additional insulation achieved saves fuel bills. If your old roof is a wood roof the saving in insurance premiums will pay a considerable part of the cost of the new roof. CERTAINTEED UNIVERSALS are low in first cost, guaranteed for ten years and will last much longer, No Down Payment Required E.C.ROBINSON * LUMBER CO. ^,, PHONE IOO Wo Do The Rest

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