The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 7, 1955 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 7, 1955
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MOWDAT, HOYEMBER T, 1WB BLTTHEVtLLl (ARK.)' COURIER HEW! PAGS THREK Mother Now Doctor After 17 Years Work AT Newsfanturw SAN DIEGO, Calif. — Dr. Hazel Morse, a mother of five children, i« nearing her goal in the medical field — a drive the started 17 years ago. During those years, she has become a registered nurse, an anesthesiologist, an Army nurse, an exchange student in Copenhagen, and now an intern in a San Diego hospital. "At Hrsl I was afraid that being* a Negro would be detrimental to my goal, b*4 it has been remarkable th« way people have treated me," «he said. "I haven't encountered any difficulties, either here or hi New York, where 1 once stud- led." Her career began in 1938 when the doctor, then Mrs. Hazel Reid, entered Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tenn. She was a widow and mother of two children. She studied nursing for a year at Mclmrry, often taking her two baby daughters to school with her for lack of a sitter. "In 1939, studies were beginning to become more difficult and time consuming, so I decided to come to San Dieso where my mother was living and study at Slate College," she said. "After two years here. I p.m. Monday to decide whether to returned to Meharry to finish my n j re the firm of Hewitt and Royer Semo Ponders New Health Unit But Old Question Of Financing Still Big Factor By SONNY SANDERS Courier News Correspondent CARUTHERSVILLE— The Board of Trustees of Pemiscot County Health Department will meet at the court house here at 5 degree in nursing.' She also completed a course in anesthesiology. She returned to San Diego and worked two years at Mercy Hospital. She joined the Army Nurse Corps and was discharged in 1946 after two years of service. Using the benefits from the GI Bill, she returned to Meharry and entered medical school. She supplemented her GI benefits by serving as an instructor in anesthesiology at Meharry. It was at the medical school that die met and married her present husband, who was also there studying medicine. In "1949, she and her,husband, W. C. Morse, studied medicine as exchange students in foreign countries. The next year, both returned to Meharry to continue studies. She worked as night supervisor there, studying in the daytime. In the summer of 1950. Mrs. Morse was back at Mercy Hospital. While here, the Morses became parents of their first son, William Jr. After her husband received his degree in medicine and was appointed an intern in the U. S. Naval Hospital at Albans. N. Y.. Mrs. Morse returned to Meharry. She was graduated in 1953 and started interning at Queens Hospital. New York. In the meantime, another son. Louis, had arrived. After her husband was discharged from the service the Morses returned to San Diego. She icon will become a pediatrician, her long-time, goal. KEISER NEWS The Reiser Bridge Club met with Mrs H. P. Mills . Monday night. Mrs. J. T. Polk won high score and Mrs. Bruce Wilson, bridgo. A salad plate with coffee and Iced drinks were served. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wilbanks. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Halsey of Keiser and Harry McDaniels of Osceola attended the Memphis State-Arkansas State football game ir Memphis. Buddy Nichols and Penny Cunningham were chosen king and queen of Mrs. Hefner's first grade room and Charles Terry and Helen Faye Greecy were elected for the senior class at the Halloween Carnival held in the high school aud itorium Friday night. Ricky and Trncy Wilson, son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Wilson, were crown bearers. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wilbanks attended to business in Jonesboro Tuesday. Miss Peggy Zook visited in Pay- ettevillo last weekend and attended homecoming festivities at University of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bullion, who attend Ouchita College at Arkade- Iphia, were visiting Schiber of Maiden and the Rev. alid Mrs. H. L. Veasman Wednesday. Mrs. M. Marshall of Batesville is visiting her son, Marshall Walkers and family. Mrs. Robert Chiles and Jimmie visited in Keiser Thursday morning ing . Central America's pyramids were contructed chiefly for tenr pies or shrines, while those ir Egypt were built primarily 'as tombs. Wake Up ' because of acid ttomach at night? Tefce 2 TUMS « • " If you feel exhausted and "diaggec oat" mornings, try ibw simple wwr to >Toid rcHKx nigh* due to exeeM stomach acid. JMC «M 2 Turns before retiring. S« X you don'i sleep better—feel fresher next day. Turns neutralize excess arid/ort. Always keefj Tnim bandy to counteract acid indigestion, heartburn. Get a roll right now. of Kansas City, Mo., as architects to perfect floor plans and make a drawing of a proposed $100,000 County Health Center, Dr., S. B. Beecher, county health officer, announced today. Col. John M. Hewitt of the company spoke to members of the Board at a meeting here Wednesday, However, two of the five members were not present so a meetine was called for Monday to make decision. The Trustees made public last June their plans for building the Health Center. Although the city governments of Steele, Hayti and Caruthersville have made offers to donate land, a site for the building hasn't yet been selected as building plans haven't been made. Last June, Charles Meinershagen, director of Local Health Serv- Mrs. Bessie Denton visited several days last week with her nephew, Frank Scott, and family of Jonesboro. Mrs. Ferman Bogen underwent surgery last week at Osceola Memorial Hospital. Jack Bourland, who has been stationed in Japan for years. Is visiting his mother, Mrs. Bill Carter. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. McQarrity and Mrs. Celia Williams attended a birthday dinner in honor of Mr«. Bill Henry in her home at Hughes Sunday. Mrs. G. C. Driver, Jr., and children Sandy and Dusty of Atlanta, Ga., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Driver, Sr. The annual Halloween carnival was held at the school gymnasium Friday night. Kings and queens were introduced by Merry Halley. W. P. Ellis introduced the guest speaker for the evening. Judge Philip Deer, who also crowned the reigning royalty. Senior Queen and king were Oi^ie Shaw and Joe Oakley with elementary king and queen being Gwen George and Larry Ross. Senior crown bearers were Paulette Yarbrough and Gary Walker with elementary crown bearers being Barbara Chafin and Kenneth Flanagan. Other attendants were Dixie Clark, Larry Anders, Kay Whitmore, Tommy Graves, Carolyn Hol- llfiger, Davis Ellis, Wanda 1'ate, James Hart, June Minor, Bobby Morris, Shirley Self, Nile Dougherty; Roetta Denion, Mickey Forsythe, Joan Wilson, David Morris, Joan Clark and Ronnie Riherd. Ten members of the Women's! Missionary Society along with two : visitors, Mrs. Dwight Blackwood | and Mrs. Jettie Driver of Osceola. met at the Baptist Church Monday. ! Teh affair was an all-day mis- j sion study with the book, "World j Within a World," being reviewed. __ Mrs. Inez Permenter, Mrs. ce's of Missouri, revealed chat fed- Charles Howard, Mrs. Roy Vaughn • and Mrs. John Clark entertained 25 Girl Scouts with a tacky party Halloween night at the school cafe- eral funds are available for such projects. Royer said iliis 'week that it is very likely that the government would be willing to appropriate 550,000 for Pemiscot County if a liek amount could be raised locally. Dr. Beecher said he doesn't know of any way to get the money except, possibly, from interested citizens. Hewitt said his firm has worked on 17 hospitals in Missouri but admitted that the company never has built a health center. However, it was pointed out that only one new health center has been built in Missouri in recent years. A few health centers have been established from existing structures. Dr. Beecher said. Hewitt said that plans could be supplied within three weeks after he receives word that the Board approves his company. teria. Some currents in the ocean are produced by variations in the density of the water, recording to the Encyclopedia Britannica. CAUTION! Act Fast Wfwn Covafc Prom Col ! Hai»9B On Chronic bronchitis may develop if your cough, chest cold, or acute brot- chiiis is not treated and you cannot afford to take a chance with any medicine less potent than Creomylsion. It goes into the bronchial system to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender.infiamed bronchial membranes. Get a large bottle of Creomulsion at your drug store. For children get' milder, tastier, Creomulsion for Children in the pink and bluepackage. Adv. G'E Appliances NO MONEY DOWN O-S AUTOMATIC TOASTER $1 WEEKLY J23 95 O-I MtAM AMD MY WON $1 WEEKLY $J|J95 $1 WEEKLY 6-1 VISUALIZM IRON $1 WEEKLY $1 WEEKLY $1 WEEKLY D R El FI S Meet Dreif as W. Wear Diamonds .in, WI:M \i\i\ LET'S CONTINUE TO PROGRESS FOR TWO MORE YEARS! We Can Do It... With Proven, Tested Leadership Whether it's driving a car, running a business' or administering the affairs of a rapidly growing city, you'll agree: The man best suited for the job, is the man who is best qualified from the standpoint of experience, ability, and—last but not least—freedom from outside influences. That is why it is important that you cast your ballot tomorrow for a man whose business-like administration of your city affairs has proved beyond a shadow of a doubt that progress is based on proven ability, not political promises. RABBIT JACKSON is not being sponsored by any political group. There are no strings attached. Nothing to distract his attention from the straight-ahead course of good government for all the people. He owes no obligation to anyone except the people of Blytheville. RABBIT JACKSON has devoted his full time to the office of mayor, and will continue to serve you on a full-time basis. In his campaign two years ago he told the people that he would serve for half the pay the previous mayor had received. The $4,800.00 saved has gone into much-needed city improvements. RABBIT JACKSON has cooperated with City Council in doing the things that were of the most benefit for all the people. Under this administration, for instance, more streets have been paved and blacktopped than during any other two-year period in the history of Blytheville. RABBIT JACKSON has cooperated with the Chamber of Commerce and other Civic Groups in getting the Air Base reactivated, in getting Central Metal Products plant here and in encouraging the expansion of other industries. Thus, adding many million dollars to the local payroll and giving empoyment to hundreds of our local people. RABBIT JACKSON has worked full-time at the job of building a long-range program for the betterment of our community. A City Planning Commission has been established to provide effective planning and zoning of a growing city. Specialists have been employed to work out plans for solving our increasing traffic problems and improve our Police Department. Our Fire Department has been greatly expanded and improved for the protection of life and property, saving our citizens a quarter million dollars annually in insurance premiums. Our much-needed new sewer system is assured. RABBIT JACKSON asked for, and obtained, the cooperation of all our good citizens in carrying out the above progressive program. When re-elected, this same sort of business-like administration will continue ... for the benefit of ALL our citizens' not just a selected few. RABBT JACKSON has the experience and the ability to do the job. He's willing to give the time necessary to do it right. As Blytheville continues down the pathway of progress, he'll have his eyes on the road, his hands on the wheel, aiul his mind and his heart in the big job of administering your city affairs. And on the Jackson band wagon, there are no back-seat drivers. Vote For E. R. "RABBIT" JACKSON For Mayor Your Vote And Support Will be Appreciated (Tomorrow, Tuesday, Nov 8) Political Ad Paid For By E. R. Jackson

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