The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1943 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 14, 1943
Page 2
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BLYTHBVILLE (ARK,): COURIER NEWS ' Miss Grace Heloise Ramsey ( Engaged, To 'Naval;,0fficer ifr. ahd-lCra 'Chulea William Raiwyj announce ;th« et%»genient and .apph»ching marriage of their davjhter, 1 Miss < Orac« » Helolse Ramey, to Bislgn Mske. Miles of Norfolk,- V», son o fMrs Aubry of Columbia, Mo, , tyUss ftamey was graduated front Christian ' College, Columbia, Mo , and Is now a senior at Unimslty of Arkansas, Fayetteville, wiicie she. Is a member of the Delta Delia Delta, national social sorority. Ensign Miles is a graduate cf University of Missouri, Columbia, where he became a member of the Lamba CM Alpha fraternity. He wsii ftorUng on his master s degree there when called Into active ser- vicejasl Pall ___ __ Tli<i" vierjdlug will be~solemnlzcd at sir early date' • , .- ' • * i * - Miss Parson .Weds it *• i Pvt Francis 1 Derrick,' son. o[ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Derrlclc of Magnolia, Ark s Miss Modean Parson of Little Kofck, dauglitei of Mr. and Mrs J w Parson of Blythevllle, were mimed at Danville recent!) Private Derrlclc is . stationed In Camp Hullen, Texas • • * TRIPLE TAB1E CLUB IS ", ENTERTAINED . Mrs 'O E' Henderson complimented -the Triple Table Club' with a party last night at her home Spring flowers » ere used til rough out the rooms 'where the guests plajcd bridge High score prize was awarded to -Mrs ""Henderson, with second high to Mrs William Lambert The hostess eerxed a salad plat* and cold drinks for refreshment 1 ; at the conclusion of Ihe evening HUMPHREYS HAS CONTRACT CLUB. Mrs' Henr> Humphrejs enter- talrifcd:-lhe Thursday Contract club yesferdiiy afternoon at her home, with Mrs Cecil Wroten, Mrs Loy Welch ^and Mrs Fred Rutherford ao _ guests peonies, roses ,and other Spring flowers'' were" used throughout the rooms for decoration where tlie guests played bridge In the games, high score v>as ewfrdea to Mrs Humphrejs ^Ih 'econd 'high^to Mrs Wel^h Ther hostess sened light refreshments at the conclusion of ON BOSK TODAY 0 HERMAN BLANKS. A tonkas bom to Mr and Mrs Roof-Topper HE novel:idea 'in'hnl decoration pictured above can easily be adopted by'any woman handy wilh a-necSlc—aml.a little imagination. Originated by Hailio C.iinegie, the hatband is cut'out oj black felt lo represent New York's skyline and silhouetted! against the crown of. Pnle-bl.uc sti'pw.j —— '--•• • War time. Social Conditions Increase Danger Of Disease BY DR. THOMAS D. jMASTIiKS Wiittfn for NEA The United ^States Army sets a high standard^ of imnumlzalimi against Tlie average soldier Is protected afinlnst typhoid, telti- mis, typhus, cholera, smallpox, diphtheria nnd yellow fever. Soldiers arid others, particularly those who go' to. foreign lands, need this protection. No 'small credit for the exceptional good 1 "health of our Army must be/attributed lo it. Wartime social, conditions al home are such that the bacilli responsible for. diphtheria nnd whooping cough, and the virus that causes smallpox, have Extraordinary opportunities to -attack. There are many people In war Industries living, in. .crowded conditions nnd Inadequate quarters, which arc ideal for -ths - spread of contagious diseases. The chief group of newcomers In, all neighborhoods are - the babies, who Me a bumper crop eunan tape this morning at the this .year, and most susceptible to v ome,«fvMrs Lane's parents, Mr ' this: "group'-'pi Infections. and Mrs J R Bombolaikl Mrs — "~ " Laijg is the former Miss Mathilda BcaDbolasU ,ThU is their t2ilrd eon ' " !)e InX-en before the flrsl. Wrtliday. 'Ihe sniall|H)X vaccination' may, be considered to confer Immunity for five ysnrs al least, and occasionally It Is pcnnnneul. Diphtheria loxoid is given In two or three doses at intervals of three weeks. The Immunity develops in the course of several months. A Schlck lest should be done si> months later to verify the establishment of the immunity. If the test shows that immunity lias not developed, the scries of diphtheria toxolcl injections should be repeated. Immunity, .once established, lasts many yetirs or even a lifetime. The whooping cough vaccine Is given In three doses a week apr^l. Again, protection develops after several months and usually lasts as long as this disease is a serious threat lo Die IndMdunl. A1MII.T VACCINATION Adults should hnve the smallpox vncclimtloii replied If they have not lind a typical lake with the Rstiltlni; i-haracler^sllu scnr within Ihe (nisi five years. Those whose woik causes Ihem to'move about the country or who ore living in ccnHO.'.tocl defense areas v;herc the scwnslf disposal and water supply systems its well as food distribution are liehiis htnvily overburdened should he protected against typhoid lever. The latter requires three in-, Jectlons :il Intervals of ono .week. Individual responsibility In pro- IcelliiB oneself ngnlnsl diseases contributes lo the common health anil ts another duty ir.vj prlvilpco o( a free democratic people, Bits of News Mostly Personal Carl Davis Jr., who . was taken to tlio state sanitorium, Uoone- vlllc, this week for examination, was found to be negative of any .serious disease: and now is much Improved after Irhvine iindcrKonc treatment at Wails Hospital, during which time a transfusion was given. He was accompanied b'y Ills parents. They, returned yesterday but left today (or Hays, Kims,, where Mr. Davis is employed by Ihc Suu-DcpaL at an Army base and where 'Mrs. Davis and Carl Jr.. will stay for the present. Mi-. Davis, whoso hip was fracr. lured several months ago while at his work, has been at hoine for several weeks after having been dismissed from the govern- 1 mciH hospital there. Mr. nnd Mrs 1 . Floyd While will go to I'iirngould tonight where they will visit relatives, They will go especially to see Mrs. While's niece. Mrs. Pnul Mootei- and Lieutenant Mootcr who arc visiting Mrs. WJiltc's mother, Mrs. w. H. Jones, nnroute lo .their station at Fort Sill, Okln. Mrs. J. W. Baker of Aberdeen. Miss,, returned lo her home yesterday after a week's visit with her daughter. Mrs. Herman Grave.?. Mrs. Herman Graves left today lor .Frederick, Okla., to spend n week with her mrsbtind, Sergeant Graves, who was recently transferred there from Waco. Texas. Corp. Ralph Patton, who is stationed at Wichita Falls, Texas, ar, , rived yesterday lo spend a 15-day ' MRS GEE HOSTESS TO J CUJB,'GUE8T8 J. J d Mr« j H jKendricXB .were guests of the Thursday Uinchron club yestcr- 4 ay. afternoon' with the group at the» country vhcane of Mrs E. B Gee. Sprlny- flowers were ted throughout the entertaining room* where .thti guest* were served the two- course luncheon and played bridge In. the games, high; score prize sra| awarded, to Mr* A. Q, Little, wit^i second high to Mrs Conway * * • MHS G4AHAM SUDBUBT ENTEETABfS CLUB EIGHT Mrs Graham Sudbuiy ^as hostess to Club Eight yesterday afternoon, whe nshe had as guests, Mrs JoHn CaudUl and Mrs Ralph Nichols , Roses abd other Spring lion era were used throughout the rooms ^here the guesto were entertained '. • IB th bridge games, high score \ias tawarded to Mrs Paul Job« with second high to Mrs Caudlll Cpld drinks were served during the. games followed by a dessert course. PREVENTIVE METHOD'S • The'Held of Public Health, like every other, Is being called upon lo meet emergencies rapidly. The ad- mlnlstriitlTO agencies have Important problems lo solve ruid procedures! lo kcsp going if the health of the nation nt war ts lo be safeguarded. For example, neglect homes nnd, schools of the routine practice of vaccination against smallpox nnd Imiinmlzallon against, diphtheria anil whooping cough alone r would:bring serious hazard to i nn entire populalloh, All .infants should be protected against .'.smallpox, i diphtheria and whopping • cough. Measures should furlough here with his mother, Mr*. H.' 0. Fatten Sr., and his brothers, E. C,, and If. c. ' paltori Jr.' Mrs. John B. Boeder arid children, Ann and John Jr., have gone to Huntsvllle mid. Florence ,Aln., where they v,'lll visit' relatives. .Mrs. Harvey MorrJs left this morning lor Wcsl Palm Beach, flu., wlierc sl)e will visit a week with her son, Harvey Lynn Morris .seaman secom, clnss, stationed In tlie Coast Guard there. ' Mrs. Sam Burns has returned from Louisville, Oa., where she has been visiting relatives. Mrs. M. O. Usrey and Mrs. J. A. .'. Leech returned from Battle Creek, Mich, yesterday nflcnioon where Ihc ylmvc been vacation- Ing. Mrs. M. S. Thur.sloii who has been Hie ssiicst for. 10 clays of liev parents, Mr. and ; Mi's. H. M. Beck. has returned to her home nt Port Wallon, Flu., Mrs. Tlmrslon Is the former Miss Anita Pay Heck. •Floyd Scay who has been nt- school nl Houston, Miss., spent, several days here visiting Ills r.itlicr. T. I. Seny, before go- Ing' lo Llllle Rock, where he passed the physical, examination for the Navy. He has left.' for an undisclosed desilnalion. Mr. and Mif> Hill HfH'din of Nfcmphls spent ' Weducsduy here with Mrs. Urn-din's mother, Mrs P.'H. Cutler who has been 111, Volunteer Knitters Are Uraently Needed Patriotic women of Blyllicvllle will have to keep their fingers busy during the next several months Jf the new knitting allotment. Is fill- Mrs, c. W. Affllck, under whose eadcrshlp the knitting quota ),as been filled to date, has received two large shipments of new yarn which Is an unusually large quota tor the Army, there must be Knitted us soon as possible, sleeveless sweaters, helmets, scarfs and gloves, while the Navy needs turtle-neck swenlcis and gloves. Some of the articles to be knitted are very simple. Including the sleeveless sweaters and scarfs which could easily be done by high school girls and others leas experienced knitters, although every article mast be carefully knitted without " ' pointed out. Knitters who will aid the war effort In this way are asked to call errors, it has been Mrs. Atfllck at 2845 was announced. iu once, it MADISON, Wi.s. (0.P.)—The Uni- versity of Wisconsin athletic detriment has sent motion pictures of the Wisconsin-Ohio Slalc ami Wisconsin-Minnesota football games of last fa)) to soldiers and sailors In Ihc Southwest Pacific area. Read Courier News w»nt uk, then You Women Who Suffer From HOT FLASHES (MY FEELINGS If you— like so many women between the ages of 38 and 52-suffcr from hot flashes, weak, dizzy, nervous feelings, distress of "Irregularities", are bins at times— duo to (lie functional middle ngo period In a woman's lite- try taking hydra B. Plnklmm's Vegetable Compound at once. It's tlie best known medicine you can buy Ihnt'a in.ido especially jar women l'inkliam'8 Compound Is famous to ' relieve such distress. Taken regularly — of . — Jt helps build up resistance against cuch annoying symptoms. It also Is tine stomachic tonic. Thousands upon thousands women— rich nml poor olIKe— reported benefits. Tlmo nml again I.ydla Pinklitim'tf Compound has proven sumo women'a happiest clnvt often run ],e during their - w f. I'Qllusv label illreclloiis. Worth trying! Positively NO ADMITTANCE ... to moths. (ItKt and lipat in our modern storage vault. Store your furs loday—then we'll return them fresh to you ivlicn cool days are here again! It's Patriotic To Protect Your Winter Clothing From Moths And Dust! It's your duly loday to take the he^L possible care of the Unties you htive . . . and that means proper storage of winter clothing during hot, Summer months. , Let us pick them tip lodity . . . We'll clean (hem and stoi e them safely for you. The cosl of tills service Is siu-prlsingly small. "Better Cleaning Costs No More!" HUDSON At The Hotphals Blyth«lUe Hospital Admitted— BUly, Henry Robertson, city. Walb Hospital Dismissed— John Gallion, Hajtl, Mo Ernest Lee Alexander, city Mrs Charles Jones, Bragg oily, Bob Veach, jManlla Memphis BapUit Admitted— Admitted- Hazel Cannon, wn«on DANCE Sitarday Might 9:3$ to 1 O'clock In the Beautiful file Room .~*~«9f the HOTEL Continuous Sbows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 . - . : LISTEN TO KI.CN :00 «.ra. ' 13:45 p.m. 4:30 pm Last Time Today 'Gentleman Jim wilh Errol Flj-nii anrt Alexis Smllh •aramount News & Sclcclca Shorti Saturrlav ilorrtng BtNNET! Milton BEm • otii mmm. Serial "Perils of Nyoka" G & Shor owl. Showing Salur. 1:00 to 11:30 Sunday_and Monday Panmount News & Selected Sh 3 cups sifted Swans Down Cake Flour -V S teaspoons Calumtt Boking Powder 2 quarts strawbtirie: • Sift fl&ur once, meaiuro, atld bale- ing powder and salt, and aift ogain. Cut in ihorUnine; add milk all at once and slir carefully.unlil oil flour is'dampened. Then'ilir vigorously until mixture forms n joft dough and follows spoon around bowl .'Turn out immediately on lightly floured board nnd knead 30 seconds. Roll 1/4 inch thick into sheet, 10x8 inches. Cut in h«lf. Fit ono half into wcll-greascd 6*8*3.,ncti pai. Bruili with melted iliortKiine. Fit second layer of dough 1 teaspoon salt Vi cup shortening .% cup milk .washed and hulled into pin. Bruih with melted shotton- ing. Bake in hot oven (450* F,) 15 lo 20 minutes. .~- . t Reserve sbout V4 cup whole straw- bertie*for. garnish; cut remfliningbtt. ricj in imall pieces snd s»f«l« n slightly. Scparato halves of hot shoti- coke; spread bottom half with part of strawberries. Adjust top and spread vith remaining berries. Oar. tsish with wliolo berries. Scrva wilh cream if desired. Serves 3. (All meatvrcmend are /epef) CALUMET •Jkthulfe-Actino, i i j THREE-WAY COIFFURE For War Worker, WAAC or Housewife! lonc's presents a charminft- coiffure that can lie worn three ways! Comb it ui> into sophisticated waves . . . into crisp curls under your uniform c;i|i. . . or finish it hack smartly for work-a-ilay practicality. See these "triple-threat" hairdos now! We've Moved . . . f . . . Bui Not Very Far! Our new address is now III N. Second, jnal (wo doors north of where we've always been . . . Visit us! FRIDAY, MAY M, -19-13. 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