The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 7, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 7, 1944
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TWO BLYTH1VILL1 (AM.J POOTB1 HEWi FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1944 Sudbury P.T A. Meets Miss Rosa Hardy, piincipal of Blytlievllle High School, taught the s^udv course on "The Teen Age Group" at the meeting of Ihe Sud-1 bury Parent Teacher Association Weqne?da> afternoon al Sudbury School , Ihe general meeting was preceded bj an executive board meeting when Mrs Jesse M. White, president, presided The presidents message wis read bj Mrs Tim Bstes, and piano solos were given by Maureen NorrU O*y Qafrlgan and Jack Borner, before Miss Hardy spoke Mrs S o. Owns dtscussM ph»ns for* the summer round-up for prt- s"l\5ol children nho plan to'en'tef Sudbury school next fall The lound-up Rill be held at the school on'April 20, It was announced Ws Lee Do*d and Miss Christine Sejmour won the room cbunt prizes Bride Of Air Corps Officer L 4 ' V ft foiv-the -afternoon., , « * . MJ«s.-3aliba,Is>Hostess SJrs ^Jacfc Sallba entertained last night at her new h,9me on Chkx- nsswba Avenue complimenting her da.tighter, Barbara Jean Sallba THe informal'p^irfy was attended by 12 gisS of the teen age group Game* and contests were played during the evening, and each guest wiff pVwenlcd «1th an Easter bas- KetJilled with candy Refreshments of Iced drinks and cookies vrete sAved ^ , CKb/Guests Entertained When Mis Tom Mabrj enter- tatoed members of the 400 Club >eaterdaj afternoon nt her home sig 1 "also was hostess to Mrs Joe MsClure and Mrs Shields Edwards iihcs decorated the living room \\lftre Liverpool rummj i\as played d(ttfng the afternoon, with high scjfte. prlie awarded to Mrs Vc- CHire an'd second-high to Mrs.-Tim Estes fi* dessert course was sened ,. Slilwell Is Hostess Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. Mabel Pntton nnd her sons, Clsdo nnd Corp. Henry Clay Patton, spent yesterday In Blythcvlllc when Mrs. Patlon Was the. guesl of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Minyard and her two sons Mrs. 'Richard Lawrence Jones was Miss La Nelle Smart prior to her marriage solemnized last Thursday afternoon nt First Baptist Church, Lleutcnaht nnd Mrs. Jones are making their home In Columbus, Miss,, fthrrc lie Is slalioned nt the nlrbnse ns squadron adjutant. vis/ted their gmndinother,. Mrs. R. W. Patt,on Corpora! Pntlon Is attchdlng;, Yale University, New HnVeiv Conn., while Mrs. Patlon and Clyde make their home In Newport, Ark. I lent. Col.-Ivy W. Cfnwlorii. wh6 arilvcd this week at Camp Shelby, Miss., ntlcr 31 months service in Alaska, .will come to Blythcyille omorrow to spend h'is; leaved with rfrs. Crawford nnd t|i»lr dau^hi er.s, Mrs'. John R-.McDonald and illss' Eugenia .'Crawford; Miss Joyce GUI Is visiting hei-. ., enls, Mr. !imlMrs..B: 0 O';.O!U'at Dell for the Easter; holidays. MUs.CJIU s u junior nl'Stale Teachers' Col- egc, Conway, Ark." Miss Lyncftc Tucker arrived ;tiils afternoon from Oxford, Miss., to v the'weekend here, with-her parents, Mr. and Mrs..O. F. Tucker She was accompanied home by a, classmate, Miss Jarie Adams of Tu pelo, Miss., and-b'y.Miss Pat Palme of Balboa Island, Calif., nallona Iravellng secretary of the . .. Delta Delta-sorority, who will be the guests of Mr. nnd ,Mrs. ^Tucker through the weekend. : Corp. and Mrs. Udell Newsom have returned to Corporal Newsom's base in Muroc, Calif.; after a 15-day visit with Mrs. Newsom's. parents, LC Methodist Choir Oilers Cantata Musicians To Present "the Crucifixion" At Church Here Tonight Observance of Holy Week by members of the First Methodls 1 Church will be' climaxed lontgh with Ihe presentation of a soc'rei cantata, ''The crucifixion", b; members of the choir under tin direction of Miss Carolyn Haley The program will ho given at lh< church and will begin at 8 o'clock ..The cantata,., a meditation. 01 the sacred passion of the IIol: R'e'deerner, is .particularly appro prlatc for pood Friday, as it tell fh'eYenllre 'story of Christ's 'three iOUf suspension on the cross. Members of the First Methodls JhUrch choir will be assisted b everal guest musicians, includln loss Stevens .of 'the PresbyterU holr, Miss Helma Johnson, Lieu and Mrs, C. W. Blaker, Oscar El ibtt of the Lutheran Church, 'an Staff Sergt. Bill Sawyer of II «)yiheville .-Annjr Air Field.-, .• •Mr.,' Stevens-..will : be feature singing the role of- Christ, whl other soloists will be Miss Virc'lh Moreland, LleUlennnl .'and' Mrs. Osceola- Society—Personal •Ihe Osceola Progressive Club net on Tuesday at the hoinfe of Mrs. A. O. Brickey. The program vas on the American home and Mis. B. E. Moore was the leader. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. J. H. Hook, Mrs, D. S .Perkins, Mrs. George Edrlnglon, Mrs. ,L«o Schrelck, Mrs. Susie Kelser, Mrs. Hale Jackson and Mrs. Earl;Cravens. A salad plate was served. Chapter O, P.E.O. met on,Wednesday at the home Of Mrs. Milton Pope, Plans were completed for (he representation at the. slate meeting Friday at Conway. Those attending from Osceola chapter, will,:. be Mrs. Godfrey White and Mrs. Ouy Driver. ' •. , ..- Pvt. J. C. Gowen of, Las Vegas N: M., has, been the euest of His sister, Mrs. W. R. Powell and family this week.' . . Mrs. W. n. Powell received :WoYd Monday .-or the death of her brother-in-law, D. U Hargrove, in.TUl sa,' Okla.; on Friday.. ,-; '• Staff Sergt. Billy Edrington ;arrlv cd .lioiyio this week for a vislt'vyltl .his father, -Justus Edrlm;toh , am Mrs. 'Edririgton, He • has; been .In •life. Squiti Pacific area for t hi pas 20 months:' • -..'.'•' Mr/: and Mi's.. J; T. Rhoads- ; hav Slaker, .-.Wilson He'hry and W. l B.. received word that their daughtc: Nicholson. • ,. I June Rhoads .Wellborn, student,t .Other members:ofthe choir who union University • Jackson,-Tenn Will sine tonight arc Mrs. Ralph | whs awarded the loving cup for be Berryman,.Mls.s June Martin, Mis-; | dig Hie best all .round:pledge: o Evelyn .Wheat, Mks Jeanne Moore, the Upsllon chapter, of Chi'Oin«si Finds Cream Oi Tartar An Aid To Surgery By BETTY ALEXANDER United Press Staff Correspondent SI'. LOUIS (UP)—Crenm of tar- ir has come out of the kitchen n<l Inlo the operating room to save uman lives, Dr. M. G. Seelig, a St. Louis sur- eoh, explained his discovery rc- eiltlv I" the Journal of Ihe Amer- a'n Medical Association. Cream of artar can replace talcum powder s a dusting agent for surgeon's loves. For, Dr. Seelig reported, talc a uses many kinds of complications fler operations — adhesions, ab- lomlnnl obstructions, peritonitis, frequently, additional operations needed because talc fragments owed seeds of complications In the Derating field, as they fell from he surgeon's rubber gloves. Gloves Frequently Tear Miss X, for instance, is going to mve mi appendectomy. The sur;eon slips on a pair of rubber loves, dusted wilh laic to aid him Tie washes ' off but it's impos Tartar Is not yet In general use as a dusting agent, Dr. Seelig said. Doctors have large supplies of talc on hand. Also, one of the main sources of cream of tartar Is unavailable on account of the war— the wine centers of France, For Imiar comes from wine deposits. "Its true, also," Dr. Cecils explained, "that tartar shortens the life of rubber gloves. But a pair of rubber gloves costs about 25 cents. Using Inrtar increases the cost about 12 cents. "Operations can cost thousands of "dollars—and human lives." Hull To Answer Critics On (J. S. foreign Policy WASHINGTON, April 7 (UPi— A new statement of United States foreign policy will be made Sunday • night by Secretary of Slate Hull In a radio address. His speech is expected io attempt an answer to some of (he criticisms about his recently-issued 11-polnt statement basis of foreign United States. That 17-poini policy the statement was Miss..fctary Paffofd, Miss Margaret for the ycnr./rhe'iward Is based o HO]t,.Miss Bobby Ann Purvis.-Miss scholarship, "friendliness, 'and loj Eulopia Whltworth, MissIva Louise Ally to the chapter. THe. honor was Se'ay, Miss Pandora Whltworlh,' bestowed, '\ipoh Miss Wellborn at F Barnes was a guest Admitted— At the Hospitals AValls Hospital Victor Bfilwell jcsterdny when she entertained members of the Double Pour club home on Dougan A\enue W B Garrott had high or the. afternoon with Mrs n*»\Rea second high >!l salad plate with Iced drlnU WBS served. n • • Bunco Club Entertained •Three guests played .'bunco .wilh irjembers of Ihe G. N. B. Club when tfiey were eulertalned last night by Mrs. Byron NaUnt' her home; Guests James Campbell, Osceoln. Mrs. W. P. Ferguson, Manila., . Dismissed— Mrs. II. G, Harrison and baby Paul Chambers and baby Luxora Mrs. city. BlytheviUe HospUal Admitted- Born to Mr. nnd Mre. W. H. Bradbei-ry. city, a daughter yesterday. Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Vance Henderson, city, n daughter last night. Born to-Machinist .Mnle 2-c B was led by Owen Harrison, song captain. Miss Corn Lee Coleman, home demonstration agent, mill Keith J. Bilbrey, county agent, were present al this meeting. Miss Coleman gave n demonstration on victory gardens and explained how to keep records, and Mr. Bilbrey gave a demonstration on hybrid seed. were Mrs. R, C. Hughes, Mrs. George C^laj Hudson and Mrs Virgil Bo>d > High score, prize went to Mrs H G. Blankenship, bunco , to Mrs. Hud- 1 •son, and low 'to Mrs Harold Meek jThe Easter motif was carried out in the dessert 1 course. ; • • > Entertains Club Members ~Mrs. Sam: Burns,, who often plays HHdge with members "of ClUb Eight ctiterlalned members Of that group a)id one guest, Mrs!. Dan MCMUHln, yeslerday afternoon -"at '-her home. Higrt score prize went to Mrs G O Poelz and second high to M'-s L 8 Bcnlsh A dessert course v,as sened F ''Slayton nnd Mrs. Slayton, city, a son last night. Dismissed— . Mrs. Daisy Pelcrson, city. Mrs. W. M. McKenzie, city. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Admitted— Frankie Ncely, cahilhersvlllc, Mo. Memphis Mrlliofct Ilospllal Admttled— Mrs. John Wcstbrook, Joiner. Home Demonstration Notes Members of the Yarbro Home Demonstration Club will have ai nil day meeting, nnd pot-luck din ner next Tuesday at the .home o Mrs| C. J. Little, when Mrs. C. G. Schcrer will serve as co-hostess. blub incinbcTB will work on a service block fiullt. Mrs. George Bunch, president of Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Gill nt Dell, an i visit In Mississippi and Tennessee. They were criroule to Muroc fron 3t. Paul, Minn., where 'Corpora ttowsom recently completed a'-coursi 11 electronics. Mr. nnd Mrs. Garth Castllo on! daughters, Jane niid Leta Hose accompanied by.'Mrs. Jack Cham Ijlln, will spend life weekend -in Memphis. . .. ' .'... • •'-, Miss Mary Lyrin Jackson and Miss Mary Welshoris, students at Linden-, wood College, 'St. Chnrles, MO., ar r , rived this morning for n ; brief \ visit here with their parents, Mayor and Mrs. E. R. Jackson nnd'Lieut.' Col. and Mrs. Gordon Welshons.. : 'Tliey will return to school Monday night: Miss Lcnore . S>voarlngerv sixth grade teacher nnd principal of Cen-. tral Ward School, is spending'sev r ernl weeks nt George:Peabo'dy 'College, Nashville,'where ing for her master's' degree. , She. plans to return here" e' May. Mjss Almedn Berry, Mrs. George VI.' Lee, Mrs. Ira Walters, Miss Odes*' Mallard, Miss Virginia, Swearingcn. MLss Belly Rogers, Miss Crete Moody, Miss Mnrllynn De«n, C. O. Redman, Jcre Reid, Corp. L. McGinnes, Paul Galloway mid Ermon Powell. Miss Ann Decn.'ls organist. the : annual, banquet which was held Saturday night :at the New Southern -Hot*! In Jackson. ••Mrs. Will jam Bard Edririgton nnd infant son will return home Sun- in donning (hem. :he glove surface, sible to get off all the fragments. As he operates, a finger in on. of the gloves tears and talc drops into the incision. Miss X doesn't recover from the operation as she should—she has adhesions and another operation Is necessary. Statistics show that In about, ta per cent of operations, surgeon's gloves are torn. Dr. Seelig reported. Often the talc'remains in the incision as an irritating foreign body. Bui, Ihe article continued, pa- lienls who have had several opera- lions as a result of Laic infections, have completely recovered after an operation where cream of tartar was used as a dusting powder in the surgeon's gloves. Dr. Seelig and his assistants e.v- crlticized vigorously in Congress as being merely a re-statement of general principles, Arid It precipitated demands for explanations as to how the principles, are being applied. Representative Buffed, Nebraska Republican, has received a reply to the letter he and 13 other House members wrote to Hull asking for n statement, of victory aims. But says '. Buffed, the Secretary's reply ailed to lift what the Congressman calls "Ihe fog of confusion." We CAUD OK THANKS wish to 'thank our many friends for the -kindness. and. sympathy shown us 'during' the illness and death of our. darling son-! nnd brother. Mr. nnd Mrs. Virgil clennle and family. Lcn- Mrs. Sam-Coble and granddnugh leiy Joan'Limey, will spend the weekend,in St. Louis. Joan will be the guest of'hev cousin, Carrie Lee | L'aney. 'of Carnden, who is a senior t Liiidenwood. Mrs. C. L. Moore has purchased f Miss Emma Cox, a brick duplex' n Highway 40, where she will make ier home. Mrs. Moore recently old iher : home to Mr. Dick Craig 'f'Nodenn, who will move to-Osce- iln • perlmcnted with about 50 substl- . the club, has announced thnt she . Mr. and Mrs. James vCv Lentz, who IC.we been 'making their home in Peoriti, 111., hnVc 'arrived here to be the guests of her-parents, "Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Limsfpnl. Mr. Lthtz; will present fi prize for the thrift garment displayed at meeting. ..... . . . best is awaiting his -call to enter .the. - Coming Event* SATURDAY ^Junior Girls' Auxiliary of Baptist Chapel having Easter egg hunt at )\ome of Mrs John Tyrone, 2pm, ^Sir Walter Raleigh:l3:iald to,have introduced mahogany : lntp England, giving Queen Elizabeth a mahogany table. 4-H Club Has Meeting A meeting of the Forty and Eight 4-H Club was held Monday, April 9, with Phillip Lucy presiding. TliirLy- flve club,members, two leaders, and two visitors were present. The group sang America, which the, Navy, and Mrs. Lentz.plans to i ,.. her home here-with • her .parents while he is In service. .--,-. : Three workers are killed in off- Mrs. Charles Rose is ; spending the (he-job accidents to every two fa-] Easter holidays at Fayetlevllle, Ark., tally injured o nine job, according I where, she Is _v siting ,1 lo records. M^ Mary Katherme. dent al Ihe University, Mrs. Paul Lester of Osceoln.spent today with her sister Mis M r Moon and Mr. "Moon. Lieut. J. Morris Moon, who is wilh llic artillery division stationed at Camp Polk, 'La., armed >esterdi> to spend a brief leave here w'ith'his parents, Mr. and Mrs 1 . M. T. Moon and his sister, Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and family. He' will leave within 'few days for Evnnsville, Ind., for visit with his wife, who is a tenchci in the Evnnsville public schools. '.'Mrs'. Fred Copeland went ,li itimpiiis yesterday to consult-. ' specialist, about hei e\es Mrs. H. E. Neblett is ipendiiv several days In Lonoke and Littl Rotk, where she is visiting rein lives.. stu- honored By Sigma Chi FAYETTEVILLE. Ark.,, April 7.— SHss : ';Ruth"'' Tnylor of Keiser was elected Sweetheart of Sigma Chi" nt'the-spring formal, Friday night, March". 31, at the University of Arkansas. Miss. Ta>'lor is a Trl Delta. lutes. He described • Ihe dustln; agent they were seeking, one thai wouldn't, dissolve when gloves arc sterilized under intense heat, cm, that wouldn't leave particles In incisions. France a Main Source They Iried chalk because it's beei Used harmlessly in women's face powder for so many years. But it caused adhesions in experimental animnls. And they tried slnrches— but starch dissolved under intense: at. ;ream of tartar was the answer. Donates Swcpt-Up Pennies SALEM. Ore. (UP)—Tlmr's coin n them thar gutters according (o Tom Bowman, Salem street cleaner, who donated to the Red Cross 350 pennies which he picked up In the course of his duty during the past few weeks. Recently, Bowman said, he bought a war bond with the money he swept up of the gutter. Indians Sell Oil I/eases PAWHUSKA, Okln. '(UP)— Much mteresl in the «4th Osnge Indian ml lease sale held recently, was shown by the oil industry. A total •( 75 tncts totaling 11,504 acres, were,subject jo,-the bidding. ELIEVE ITCHING PROMOTE HEALING NO ASPIRIN FASTEft, » _ llian cenuine, pure St. Joa^ph Aipirin. World's largcstBoller at 10£. None safer, rionc'Eurer. Why pay tnore? "Why ever accept kssf Demand St Joseph Afipiriu. GIFTS AND CARDS FOR EASTER Choose From Our Newly Arrived Selection able For Every Member of the Family. . . Sptnethlnr 8oit- The Gift Shop 103 E. Main MOM Bryan — 2 drops optn nose, «aw' .breathing,Eife cold air. Caution: use only, aa directed. Always jet Pesetro NOIB. Dropi The Most Expressive^Leost Expensive Easter GifI! MARGARET'S BEAUTY <?HOP 1M 8. Pint Phone 2532 Bring Us Your . Beauty Problems Bj Appointment FLOWERS Thursday — Friday — 1 And Saturday Nighb [ . i 9:30 to 1 O'clock : In the Beautiful i ..._,-, Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE -Adaiwktt die Pet Person Nothing in the world even remotely approaches the perfection of natural beauty—the curve of a rose petal, the graceful sweep of a lily blossom—what could better express your feelings on Easter? Make flowers your Easter gifts ... for mother, the girl friend, for relatives . .. send a gift of beauty on Easter day. You can choose from a wide variety of cut flowers and plants now. Corsages Our Specialty! Ihe Flower Shop ' We W/re F/owers Anywhere Glencoe Hotel Bldg. Phone 491—-Nitei 2747 SKIN ERUPTIONS 'I'll™ (eiteriuUv uuwd) • Why Mountain Valley Water Is recommended for ARTHRITIS—KIDNEY and BLADDER conditions This natural mineral ivatcr from Hoi Springs, Arkansas, helps fo— 1. Stimulate kidney function 2. Soothe bladder irritation 3. NeutrallW! uric-ncidlty 4. Discharge excessive wastes. Crosstown Whiskey Shop 109 S. Division — Blythevillo Eaae soreness—burning with anliseplic Btack and White Ointment. Use only 33 tlireclod. Cleanse with Blackand WliiteSkin S'o.lp. BUCK and WHITE OINTMENT ROXY Matinees Sat. & San. Only >p«u each night 6:30; Start* 6:« Opens Snnday 1:00; BtarU 1:15 Jontlnnons Shows Bat. and Bon. tucaln Nljbt Every Night Eiwpt Baturday. No panel honored on Sunday »t Ihe Boxy. Continnons Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 1:00 i LISTEN TO KLCN' DL 12:45 p.m. 4:30 pjn. Last Time Today Henry Aldrich.,Boy Scout' with Jimmy Lydon Sclectta short BabJeeU. . Last Time Torlay 'His Butler's Sister' with Franchot Tone and Deanna Dtirhin. Paramount News Selected Short Subject Saturday IfUISS ' 3Q1 WEST MAIN* with Buck Jones Serial—"Secret Service in No. 4, atlil Short Con. Showing Sat'day l;0fl to Serul—"Flyinp; Cnilcts" No. 12 Short. Contfanens Showing Sat. 1 (a 11:30 Sunday & Monday A STORt OF THE 6REATKESS OF Vast folks':' ,„ TECHNICOLOR lUKE HAVOC BOND - GEORGE JH8BIH Diticlid tj BRUCE HUMlEISTONt fcr MILTON. SrEIUNA Paramount News Selected Short Subjects Fox News Selected Short Subject CnttaHOU Showing Sun. 1:15 <« CorUInnons Sbowlnc San. 1:1S (o 11 COLLEEH— Utterly simple, this fres flowing coat dress, its only adornment olean white Irish lace down tho front and on tho sleeves. Blue. pir.X. saddle, grey. 14 to 44.

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