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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 10, 1943
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Miss Winifred Goodrich Will Tlie engagement oj Wtt Winifred popclrlch, <l»utht*r, of Mrs. n A Goodrich and. Jh« Ijt* Mr Goodriih;to JcJm Tl oma£~of Xnox- \illi;, Tenn, and GilberlsUlle, Ky, Is innouilcod today by the bride- elect's mother. Mi« Goodrlcli nas graduated from niytheivjle High School where slio was! saliiiulorlari of . Jier class and later attended Jleridrix Col- two jcir^ she has been secretary to the conjunction superintendent of the Kentucky Dim at GilberUs- ivlr. Thomas,'who was. graduated .fiom Knoxvllle High School, has been eiuplo>ed as general' marine fovcirtin at the Kentucky Dam for (lie (ml sc\eml years Plini for the wedding «(11 be annoiinccd later, MUSj. r.AKMEK ENGLAND riKi'dnts. ON .CONVENTION Mrs. Parincr -England, newly elected president i of Chaptre'N of (he P.E.O. Sisterhood,' gave , a report, of (lie State I'.B.O, convention held in Little Rock iast'weck when .'(he. group'met for the regular" business meeting;Friday afternoon nt the home of Mrs.-Harry Kirby. Preceding the meeting," at : Mrs. Kirbys home, members of the group iveut to the Red Cross bandage room where they made .surgical- dressings. ' * * • • .(AN DICKINSON HAS lUItTIHMV, 1'AHTV. 'Jan IMdiinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs! Eugene Dickinson ehter- . talncd-£tx of her friends with a theater' party yesterday afternoon because it was her ninth birthday. Later, tlie guests were entertained at the country home of her ivucnls on Highway 61 Soutli, where games .were played and Ice crc-ain and birthday - cake served. and this fact ; greatly' Klmplllie.s the problem of '.treatment: 'USELESS" :THEORV WRONG There are: no'j.syinploms common to all fractures.''Many fructures do not immediately cause • a lass of function'Of-the'broken part. The erroneous belief that a 'fracture iievents the use of ti pail hus of:en resulted In ; delayed cure mid mpalred healing. Occasionally there s little pain-or swelling. Typically, he pain Is considerable at the site of tlie break, dnd even gentle, pressure sharply aggravates It.,Swelling develops rapidly, and as blood Is elcascd from the point of frac- Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS OR A Club meeting with Mrs. W .! raught Mrs. Lafayette "May entertaining tea Club • Mrs. Clyde Eldrldge will bo hostess to d.N.B. Club. Double O 'Club meeting with Miss Frances Little Mrs Doyle Henderson entertaining Tuesday, Bridge, club. Qcta Bridge Club meeting with Mis A E Henry Junior-Senior.. ; Parent \Teachers Association.meeting,at High School at 3 15 p m, preceded by executive board meeting at 2,45 p'clock: Mrs C F TuUer and Mrs' W. A Affhck entei tabling D A R. with 1 o clock lunrlieon at WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mi u Ruby Hickman entertaining Tliri^e Table Club ADC club meeting with Mrs. Ben Ha^pble. Wednesday Contract Club will meet with Mrs E F 91omeyer • Mrs c o langgton will enter- t™ lov,n and Country club Armorel Parent Teachers A^socl*- tion will meet at 3 p m, at the school house. Chapter D of .P.E.O. Sisterhood meeting for lunch, i o'clock with Mrs. R. P. Kirshner aiid Mrs, T. J. Maban, co-hostess. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday Luncheon Club meeting T *!th Mr>j E B Gee Mrs. o. E. Henderson complimenting Triple Table Club. Mrs. Otto Scrape will be hostess to Club Eight. Mrs. Keck'will 'entertain Thursday Contract club. Four Club. Temple Israel Sisterhood meet, at a p m \UtU Mrs Boron-sky, Manila. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs T F Jackson entertaining C B, C Club Splint Is Demanded If Fracture Is Suspected By Dr. THOMAS D. MASTKRK Written fon.NEA Smlce First nld knowledge comes Into h'd ' maximum use now- doclors. 1 ,Iu. of .fractures, tlie real fauction of the 'First Alder Is' to prepare (he Injured person for (lie hospital, and him |n First Aid best/serves its purpose . ...., .'Compound frnc- .111 es lecjulre more elaborate care In sit Sijuple fractures mean broken bones without jwrfora'llon of Ihe skin. .Wlicji' the skin Is Intact, tlie !er oJ Infection is :ure, discoloration beneath ;kln becomes evident. the When .the'fracture' breaks the >biii>.lii two p.arls,. a defonnlly -us :omi>ared .with' the similar slriic- lurc on the opposite'sld*'of • the body may be 'observed. Occasionally the |)atlent has licard the bone crack,- Oltcn- he- makes the hiEHosIs himself. When a fracture, Is suspected the function of the First Alder Is to Immobilize the part affected ivitli n splint, 'nils mny be a Ijoard u pillow, or—not to be forgotten— an ambulance stretcher. 'Hie advice of the patient k valuable in splint- Inn u-ltli the maximum of comfort mid the minimum of harm. "OUNC'K OF 1'1'RKVKNHON" , Only rarely do people ,wJth simple fractures have to be. treated for shock. Such splinting, prevents fur- llicr damage and contributes 1m- mcasiirnWy to the patienl/'s comfort. When a hospital fa reachable the patient should be taken there. Modern necessitates . the use of X-ray c<iulpmcnt mid apparatus usually available In hoiipltak.'if the arm is Involved,'the put lent may )c taken In a private'car, Those who arc now trained . to First Aid measures may well devote sonic thought to prevention, vital accidents arc preventable) and > continuous barrage of propaganda against carelessness bring.*'< continued good results. Three.-: to ten weeks arc ordinarily.'required for fractures to heal, with the -very jest of First Aid and subsequent, treatment. H lakes only a second or two to remove toys from stair- vays, tiirn on the light, imd fasten >mall rugs securely. —r r Cl'MRB SOC1EIV OP CHRISTIAN SKRVICK HAS UJNCHKON Seventeen members of the Society of Christian Service, met nt the ionic of Mrs. Everett c. Pntton on ruscday for a covered dish luncheon. Mrs. 7 Palton used. Spring garden lowers for-decoration in" the living and dining room where luncheon was served at the large dining table aiid smaller tables. Uurtng the af- ernoon, Mrs. Henry W. Spnnn, resident, introduced three but of own guests, who presented the fol- dwing program:'' Mrs. D. 6. Hindman, of Yarbyo, gave a talk on 'Spiritual Life Work 1 /, of which she s the. Conference secretary;. lyirs. G. 'A. Pylcs, mission stiidy leiulcr of the Blythevllle First Methodist Church Society of Christian Service, "stressed the ..Importance of mtelon study; ,Mrs. B.'.B, Gilford, Dlythcvlllc,. secretary of Jonesbovo dWrict, gave a report of the State Conference meeting held at North Lltlle Rock In April. * * .* ENTERTAINS BRIDGE CI-UB Mrs. Howard Goebel played aridge with the Wednesday After- .loon Club nt the home of Mrs. Elliott Williams. At ttie end of the live regular progressions, Mrs. Jesse Brown held . high score, and Mrs Auxiliary, under the leadership of Mrs. Mayo, will-give n program at the evening church hour In keeping with the observance of Focus Week from May 2 to 14. • Mrs. John Tliw'enlt conducted th e second lesson In the study of "Community Mission Guide. Mrs. Posey served afternoon re- freshmenta during n followshlii hour. : • • • . ,' R. C. Langslon, president-elect of Luxora Rotary Club, s. J. Smith delegate, and Rotnry Anns Mrs. R. C, Langslon, Mrs. Chester Dnne- nower, attended 1 the l.tBtli District Rotary International at Hot Sprln'iis April 29-30. " . ( Tlie Luxora Rotary Club had as the guests -<T)iu'rsday night : Bob McKnight and ills Ranch Boys, who gave : a. concert following the dinner hour, for, the benefit of thp Crippled Adult Hospital. Mrs. itlillnn' Frecar .of Shreve- ix>rt, La,..Is the guest of her sister- In'-la'w,-Mrs. J..I. 'Mlfflln. : Keeping Up With The Men In Service Bits of News Mostly Perwnal Man 1 .Sjwin, Usrcy wj)i leave for Chicago tonight, where she will meet her mother, Mrs. M. O. usrcy who has been at Battle Creek Sanitarium, Battle Creek, Mich. They will return the last of the week. ' •;.'.' . Mr. and Mre. Walter.Cliceti arid son, Allen, und "Mrs. Lou Cothren went, to Hlmrqri, • Tcim., Saturday where'they veiled relatives .mitfl fiimday. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Kirby spe'ni yesterday In Paragould with Mr. Khby's mother, Mrs. .1. u. Kli-by. Mrs. Hurry Kirby, who also "visited (tare, was nccojnimnlrd.- Jjouje by her mother,, Mrs. J. E. Wllbourn, who w'lll spend several clays hcve OS Hie guest of Mr.-and Mrs, Harry Kliby. J Miss Winifred GondHch of Gll- bcrlsvllle, ICy,, 1.5 spending, a few days here with her. mother, Mrs. A.-E. Goodrich, and other relatives. , Mis. C«il Slinne, T. Wrlpht nnd:.-son, T. i\ Wright in; went to I'araBbuld-'yeslerday'where they visited Mr. nnd Mrs. George v lii.ifi and .other relatives,' . Mrs. J. P.. Npwcll' Jr., of Meih- !>bls wcs ' the weekend- guest-'of her mother, Mrs. U'sUc Hoojxjr Mrs, Newell will return to Memphis tonight and will be accom- lauled as fnr ,os West. Memphis iy Miss Margaret Sliaver who will visit Mrs; Ronald Miilrlieud Byrnes whose husband was killed recently n a plane accident,' at Marlon Mrs. Byrnes Li the former Miss •Dabs" lioiul who was Miss Shaver* roommate at Christian Col- cge, Columbia, Mo. Mi. and Mrs. J. Met Brooks Jr nccomiinnlcd ' by. Jim and Don Smart, went to Memphis yc<ster- lay where the visited Mrs J n Smart Jr., who Is undergoing (resilient at Memphis Baptist Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Page Newman Urs. Willie Drumwrlght and Mr ind Mrs. A. A. Newman of Hlple'y, renii., spent Mother's Day wltli he latter's son and daughter, Mr ind Mrs. Clyde Newman and Mr' and Mrs. Earl MeGreaor • Mrs. Niuiinn VVelnbcru of Oseeola pent yesterday with Mr. and Mrs jOiiLs Applfmaiiui nhtl rnmlty Aim Vollmerof'Memphis .WILS the veekeild guest-of Her cousin, Uonnii Wnnilcrlich. : linrlcllc Stockett is 111 of chlckeii- POX and hLs brother, Bobby, lias i«- overed from fh'e smuc aliment Donald Hlckinan. son Q 'f Mrs. E. B. Thomas, and. Bill Brown, son 0 I'Utl^Roek' (Odaj'' ; wh'e're tiie'y viil lake a physical exaihliuittoii or.the Navy V-12 programs ' .wii'S. J. K. Garner and children of Greenwood, Miss., spelit 1 llve weck- 'iMl here ns the p,uest 6f hoi- broth- 1 er, lorn Little and family and Her fathei-. A. G. Little nmi Mrs. Little iiiey ivere accompanied by Miss Charles Thomas Purtle lias written his mother from North Africa, that he Iins been made a corpronl. — ~ •—,—o" ••v."^, linn iTuo. James Young of BlylheviUe now Qoebel cut pri?.e, botli being War] in the Army, steward at Die only Raving Stamps. 1 service club In Alaska. Tills club is IMlrs. Williams served a frullsalad,'located at Kodlak nnd has been nut bread, Jelly roll and Iced ten. * * • BAPTIST WOMAN'S SOCIETY MEKTS Tlie monthly business meeting of the . Baptist Woman's Missionary Society was held at the home of Mrs. Allen Posey Tuesday afternoon. Mrs hearing reports from committee' chairmen. A letter was read from the Rev. Abernatliy, former missionary: to'China, tcnhij; of some of Ills experiences. Announcement was made that on Sunday night, May 9, the Girls' The scetm » up-jod Fri«o F«wt Freights roar the,r w»y to ht!p k*p A e wh eel» of fictoriei .humming. Shipmenu mim get thru .nd dependable rail transport! (ion .1 vital to UK mwch to Vjctory. On the Frisco iin every nun uxJercry piece ^wn of^uipoHot U eiuuted for the 4untto*. And . when pttot vomttr and til- the Mh*i gnat railroad* will look t» ao " m* M T« UM hf •** -AU. ONITEP ± FOR VICTOW visited mimy limes by Dlythevllic "ervice men. Re»d courier New« want adi. V WU suffer MONTHLY ^ FEMALE PAIN You w)io suffer such pmri with tired j>eryp« ? feelings, distress ot ••IfruB?-' i iVT"? 1110 to '"""ln'iol monthly tlWiirlinncea-shoiild (ry Lyflla K. Flnkhnm-E VeRetaljIe Compound It lins tt EoothliiK cllcct on one ol woman j most important oiganl LINENS DOUBLY \ PRECIOUS NOW S yows kit the AVOID IMMOrU tlfJCHIHC! f.,,, »q, C«fifrt.ll r J .Jrlloi- <>; C.Ml, U tlniu. . linens tatff Dsr, too, lo i-lr;i Jibiuftct kitchen, At ir*OT £t OlSINflCTANI . ailACM • C 1 1 A N } I R PUREX Mothproof, Fireproof, Theftproof lit our bonded vault, under constant supervision, your precious fur coat will bo fully twolceled, and insured. Let iUs Store Your Winter Blankets, Clothing, Quilts, Etc. PHONE 474 BLYTHEVILLE, ARK Nancy IJUltf of I)(emp)ils who also spent tli« weekpnd With relatives.' J/ickle and Kula Smith, daughter of Mr. ond Mrs. George P.-Smith, arc recovering from tonslllectcmy operations performed Friday at lilyllievlllc Hospital. Mrs. ClDllaM Starkey, who Li re- Ctl'vliiK trcatmenl ut Hlyllievlllc Hospital today had a blood transfusion. Her condition is fair Capt. James "Acs" Puckett.'of the Army .stationed at Fort pJagglen, Wash., visited Saturday wJlh friends iiero. He left Sunday for Joriesboro where he will s[>einl several days will) Ills father, J. A.' Putkett. He was accompanied to Jonesbbro by his daughter, Mary Faith of Brinkley. Captain 1'uckeU Is a former Blylltcvllli illlghl School teacher and coach of the Junior High football team before lie resigned to become licud football coach at Shawnee School, Joiner. Jn the Reserves, lie was called Into active service while a membr of -ih faculty there,' « 1'Yed Wnde, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. ij. Wade, Walnut and 15th Street, has been admitted to Mfiti- plils linptlst Hospltnl and will -1111- eitfo fin ojicrallon there tomorrow. Mis. Pearl Hires has returned from Union crty, Tcmi., where she vMted ln'r .daughter, Mrs, J. W. OUJIH njifl family. Whlln iiwny she also visited relatives in Metropolis 1 and Brookport, 111.; ns well as her former home, Pndiieiih, Ky. f iyi!ilco|rn Qreenway.of Dell 'was removed Saturday by ambuluwe to .Memphis Baptist Hospital 'where he'Is undergoing observation. Mrs. Cireenway and her WQUicr, Mrs. E, ,M. Woixlimlare with.him. : Mrs. Sfogberl Jledcl went to Corning, Ark., Saturday where she siwtit the weekend with her sister, Mrs. IxiWls Gralie'r mid family. •Mrs. G. .V. Daws and children, Vcrnon ,asd Willojjejie, .spent Smi- clay In Halls,, with Mrs. Daws' mtoher, Mrs. A. IJ. Witt. Withdraws Divorce Suit The divorce suit, recently filed lu the lilythovllle office of the Clr- cuH Court Clerk, by Vettrus Davidson ugnlnst. Burl Davidson has been withdrawn and Mr. and Mrs. Davidson arc now residlne at 2005 West Vine. At The HospiUb Blytheville Hospital AdinlteU— Mrs. Walter Followay, city. Mrs. Gilllain Slurkey, city. Born' to I'vt. and Mrs. J. n Richardson, city, a son, yestorda\ morning. Ulssmlssed— Mrs. G B, Works, Stcele, Mo Boyil Carroll, city. Walts Hospital i ' Bov Vench, Manila. iM^s. W. B. Stutls, Manila. Mrs. T. c. Bcaslcy^Sleele, Mo, Mrs, Mabel Holdman, Steelc, Mo Mrs. G. a.' Marks. StebJe, Mq. tijiie DaVUI Moore, Slecle, Mo. Joan Moore, Sleele, Mo. Horn to Mr. and Mrs, . Charles Fit/Ills, city, n son, yesterday morn- UKsmlsscd— ' Mrs. j. u. Ifannon, Jit. 3, city Qlencla Mae Works, Stccte, Mo. Mrs. Oajenqs ilnwklns and liatiy Canithersvllle, Mo. « , . Mrs. E. p. Mor'gnii " arid twin daughters, city., • • Memphis .Baptist Hospital Admitted—, ,. 1 ester Hall, Keiser. Atlolph, Meyer,, .city. " • j Hobei t Kllllan, Manila'.' ' Mnlcolni Grfenway, Dell Fred Wade, city, ; . Afemphlitr Methodist HospKar dl— -••-- '.-•• "'• USE CONSERVATIVE MEASUREMENTS Watch yi6ur measurements carelully.'"'Don't take any more shortening than (he recipe calls for. You'll J>e surprised at the shortening you say.e.. , ,. . Carolyn Stic- Lewis', byess. Passes V-12 Navy Exam Kou, A ND, Mo.^iyiay a _ Cllf i, 5 ae,. 17-year-old son of Howard Hale of yarbro, and valedictorian of the Senior class .has passed Jus V-12 test for offlcei- • training in the Naval. Reserve: He:. went to Mttle nock .Wednesday • for his IJhysical examhifttioii; A ray of light from the sun requires 8','j niliuilcs to reach the earth. • : Have Your Bridge Luncheons In the.Cool Coffee Shop of Hotel Noble . . Then niljourn ( 0 our Coio- >iial Kooiii Fur. Foui-somes! Luncheon ' From Children to Enicr First Grade Asked To 'Register Friday Mia Winnie Virgil Turner, supervisor of grade school work In (he city announced today (l^t all children who plan on entering Hie first grade next September must I'CBlslcr Friday afternoon from 2-30 to 5 o'clock. The inn-pose of the first 6ra de registration at this |i mc |_ s to elv« leaehers an estimate of 1943 eii- rolljnent. Miss Turner said this also will give teachers an opportunity to meet the chlldmi's niolhers All children who will be six bc- fore January i, 1944 m!ly „„, school In September. a his registration will be held in !h? first grade room of each school and the cooperation of parents will be appreciated, Miss Turner .said, Merchants In Pemiscot Abandon Holiday Plan MONDAY, MAY. 10, 1943 : — — the "sign-up" drive was undertaken tills week, ninny "tacked down" causing the plan to be abandoned. Canilhersvillc is the only town In this vicinity which does not have a half-day closing to let workers garden or front over-work brought about, by lack of later in this area. Towns closlm- one afternoon eacli week In (his area Include Osc-fola and Ulythe- ville, Ark., stecle, Ilayll, Henatli Kennett., Horncrsi'llle, Portagcvlllc New Madrid, Ulbourn, nexler and' Sikeston. 'ILLE, .Mo., Mav S -The Junior Chamber of Commerce Friday announced abandonment of plans to.obtain a hnlf-d-iy closing on each Wednesday aftei noon of local merchants and fains A survey made two weeks auo showed 135 out of 150 f| m ,s ami offices favored closing. | )U (, when Dangers Of Colon Ailments New PKKK 1JOOK Explains Dimmers of Delay Learn more aljout Coloii Disorders, Pilc.5, Fistula, Constipation and commonly associated chronic nil men Ls. The Thornton &. Minor Clinic Suite 11-572, 026 McGcc St., Kansas City. Ms., will send you their new book which fully describes and conlains many illustrations, charts time rams and X-Ray pictures of these conditions. Write today—the lk will be sent FHEE at once. The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COI.n RAY, the modern, scten- t!Hc wave. No heat—No ma- chinfs. Drop in for details. MARGARET'S r 15RAUTY SHOP IMS. First Phone 2532 'Are Frills Worth A Man's Life? Americans Say NO . We all know (hat labor is scarce, (ime is shorl, costs arc high. We know, too, that the frills to which we arc accustomed must be eliminated if we are «» ciit- ccntrate on winnin K the war . . . I'lease help us to help you by removing all buttons, ornaments elc that will not ,8laml dry denning from garments before sending (hem (o us for regular dry cleaning. »ork is still fops-ainf, with your I'elp, wr'U h C(| , i( t!la( W3) , "Botler Cleaning Cosls No More" HUDSON Cleaner — Tailor — Clothier Phone 2fi!2 • Own, 7lli Hole H'as Cliurch Site ECARliOHO, Me, (UP)- Golfer, nt Prout's Neck Country club golf course cant help feeling church- consious even m n game of golf A marker at the seventh hole me- morialises (lie site of Maine's first Anglican church built prior to 15(>8 A NEW MAN sinu I discovered •> thit amazing way to i I -Promote the flow of vital digestive \uices In the stomach 2 -Energize your boiy with BttH. 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