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y/EDNUSDAY, Ai'KIL 21, 1937 BLYTHEVILL15 (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Nursery Silent With Sandman In Charge Following lunch comes a rest period until '2:30. When the weather Is good, this means a nap in the open air, but when it isn't, each of the quins spreads her little quilt on the floor. Sometimes a bit of quiet piano music helps to induce complete relaxation, and sleep if possible. Annette, Marie Emilic, Cccile and Yvonne are seen here arranging their places for (lie mid-day siesta. and Naturally, there Is a little squirming before five energetic little girls quid (town completely. Ceclle. it right, seems unwilling to sleep, and Marie, In tlie bnckyrouiu), Is also pretty active.' Hut Annette, left, and Einille and Yvonne s(c:n to be ready for [he sandman. a r en Cccile, lower picture,' finally siiteltles and Is ready, for the rest period that is so beneficial to growing girls. Caratlicrsville Society — Personal ASMIC. W. Jl. U. Meets Thc quarterly meeting of the- Assoclational W. M. U. of the B ,. uce , New Madrid Baptist Association Mr ' and Mrs B R Rump Arkansas home economics association meeting in Little Rock . lost Saturday. The home economics teachers from Wilson and SHaw- nee accompanied her on the trip, C. S. Lowe and W. H. Walts attended the quarterly conference at Luxora Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson are visiting - Mr. and Mrs. I. G. was held last Friday at Poiiage- ville. Mrs. T. -M. Spidcll of this city, the president, had charge of the Hatley and other relatives. They will return > in about two weeks. l'"aris Walker jr. left Sunday for St. Louis to visit Ills father for a few days. Charles Holmes, who plans to look for work in St. Louis, accompanied him. Carl Mike Webb, wlio visited liis parents liere last week end, returned Sunday to St. Louis, wnerc lie Is employed. family were called to Scnath, Mo., because o( an accident in which Mrs. Kamp's father was hurt. Miss Katherine Watts of Mem- meeting. Mrs. Largcnt of Portage- 1)llis was home Ior thc WC ck-cnd. ville had charge of thc devotion- Mr alld Mrs Roy Rounsavall l- | announce the birth of a daugh- Vacancies in the officers' staft ter, horn at the Blytheville hos- \vcrc filled. Mrs. A. H. Dace, Lil- pital last Tuesday morning. Demonstration Club News Notes bourn, and Mrs. Braggadocio, were Earl GooclV named vlcc- prcsldcnt^ Mrs. William Huffman of :HayiHwas named Young Peo- Le.ider.' A young - people's Brndsher. and family \vcre called to Paragould Sunday morning because of the death of Mr. Braclsher's ; brother, Claude Bradsher. Funeral- - services': were West Hidec 4-11 Clul) The Lepanto 4-H club met Tuesday, April 20. Miss Cora Lee Coleman, county home demonstration agent, E. H. Burns, county agent, Mrs. Fred Smith and Mrs Cleora Chrismorid,' the sponsors Thc 4-H club at Burdcllc meets each third Monday for a business meeting and alternate Mondays for a program and social mccllngi Mr. Karney's room on Tuesday,' April 20. There were 49 members present and the sponsors, Miss 3ora Lee Coleman, county home demonstration agent, and. E. H. Burns, county agent. The club voted to hold' Its next meeting at night, on May 14. Miss Coleman Instructed the girls In clothing and gave record books and manuals to all who did not have them. The club is practicing several one-act plays and will present them at the next council meeting. i_i4:j Uurtlcllc 4-H Cluli Fourteen members answered riiU call at a recent meeting of the Burdctte 4-H club. The captains were Instructed on the work which they were expected -to do. Josephine' Aycock, clothing captain; Maxine Brittain, poultry captain; Hazel Lutes, home Im- pro.v.cmcnt captain; Mildred rally'was discussed which is to be | held Monday aftenoon. held on June '25 at .McFarlnnd.- V... E. "Doc" Harlan has accept- „_ _, _ ..., Park at Hayli. Miss Cynthia Silcr, Jed a position as bookkeeper and. shaw, Billy Miller and. Mercedes 1 Thc president, -Virginia Aycock, State Young People's Leader, will .manager of the Melton Hardware' Hulsey. Reports were given by the .appointed a committee on recrcj ware present. Club songs were Weathers, gardening and canning led by Alice Brackett, Helen Hen- captain gave their reports. be present at this meeting. rCdmpany in Trumann, Ark. Mr. Those attending from tins city Harlan will leave immediately and , were: I)ev. and Mrs. D. K. Foster, Mr, and Mrs. John Ashcr, Mrs. C. O. Ross, Mrs. B. H. England, Mrs. J. A. Dale-and Mrs. T. M. Spidell. Mrs. Virgil Davis lias been fieri- cusly ill at her home on West Twelfth - Street. Mr. and Mi's. Robin Pierce and children spent the week end in Bogota. Tenn., with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. U Pierce. They were accompanied home Sunday • by Sigmund Pierce. Mrs. Gage Knight is spending this week in Cape Girardeau, Mo., having been called there by the illness of her mother, Mrs. Reaves. Mrs. Cecil Hudspeth, whc c:ntly underwent an operation for the removal of a goitre, has returned home from Memphis and ir> getting along well. Sherman Ulmcr, who is cm- ployed at Granite City, III., spent the week end here with his wife ami his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ulmer. He returned to Granite City Sunday, accompanied by his wife. Citrtner Pierce spent Sunday in Memphis visiting his wife, who is a patient in Dr. Campbell's Clinic. lis family will follow as soon as hsy are able to obtain a residence. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Crew's were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Watson Sunday. A. A. Voss and Mrs. Ruby Mize of Memphis were guests of Mr. ind Mrs. McKinley Turner Sunday. ,!!-'• Mr. and Mrs. Willard Lyerly of Memphis were week-end guests in Keiser. Braggadocio Miss Jewel Lewis underwent a tonsil operation Friday at Kennett.. She is recovering nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pittnej and baby daughter of Memphis Tenn., are visiting Mrs. Pittiicy'. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Long., . Mrs. J. F. Bennett and daughter Viola, and Miss Nina Huckaba Mr. and Mrs. A. Y. Huckaba anc sons, Bruce and Arden, drove t Wyatt Sunday to spend the da wnh Mr. Bennett. Wh and Keiser News Mrs. L. E. Bingheimer, as been ill. is improved. Misses Roberta Denton iptalns of the different demon- trations. Leroy Bolin reported on oultry; Dale Carpenter reported or the pig club; Helen Henshaw composed of .Clarice Mitchell, Mildred Weathers, .and' Raymond Faught. They were also requested to visit the sponsors and Slillmaii 1-11 Club The Sllllman 4-H club met In Mr. Clcmmcn'H room at 10 n, m. Tuesday, April 19. Miss Cora I^ce Colcmnn, home demonstration agent, urged each member to observe Fictlcr Homes week by mnk- thc home, the school, or thc ighway more attractive. J. M. 'avcnder, assistant county agent, lade Ills first visit to the club mi explained thc Plant to Pros- contest, lie asked that thc resident be responsible (or seeing nut tlie families represented in he 4-H Club enrolled in' till: ontest. Annie Lee Harrison, cap- aln of the gardening club, re- lorted that nine vegetables were Maturing rapidly in the gardens if four . members. 'iMary ,1 France! •Jcal, Home Improvement captain eportcd that several have land- capcd their yards and are plan- ling for Better Homes Week. Sarah ' Little reported that each n the cookery club has made n clothing; Gene Luster on room ' find out when ' it would be con- mprovemcnt; Lois Nelson on lardenlng; and Lilly Mae Sharp •n cookcdy. Mr. Burns instructed the boys in the kinils of fertilizer to use in different plants and Miss Coleman gave a demonstration on making scams and where to use themi Both and Mr. Burns complimented the club on the wrfcct way in which they read the ritual in concert. Hatcher 4-H Club The Hatcher 4-H club met • in •cnient to have a 4-H club party The school campus has been landscaped and the flowers are growing beautifully. Miss Coieman home demonstration agent, ex plained what is 'meant by ."Better Homes" and reminded th< club that each member is expect ed to report and to hold opct house to the club members, tha they might visit tlie demonstrations that arc being carried on. .1. M. Vavender, assistant county agent, gave a demonstration In vaccinating hogs for cholera. When there is no sun, and this is frequently the case In Callantler, sun-lamps take Its places during tho rest period, Hcie is sturdy little Emlllc, with - great goggles to protect her eyes, ready for n .turn under tlie lamps to which Nurse Noel Is about to carry her. ulck breads and . rirepiirtd school undies according to the direc- ious. Mary Ivoy Peterson, cap- nln of Poultry, reported ' that iacli in her group had begun lielr work ami nil but one had jceun keeping records. Marshall Spears reported that each in thc crop club had 'begun cultivating Ills crops. Clifford Pendcrgrast, cnptntn cf r?nvi reports, reported hut all but two In his group had begun work; »"<' Milton Mnnley, livestock captain, reported thai lie was thc only one taking livestock and that his group has a licrfcct record. Thc president appointed Mary Frances Neal, Elizabeth Long, Ing's sister, Mrs. Stella Stovall, and Sarah Little lo.iv committee nnd Percy Slovall. to secure -l-lf club sponsors. Mtiry) Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hanh nnd Frances Ncal was. asked to bo.family spent last week end In chairman of the recreation com-.Marked Tree, visiting iclnttves mlttec and to secure games and I Mrs. nettle Hall of Caiulhcrs- songs for the club. Number Nine News Mrs. Alice Coals, who has been quite 111, Ls much be'.tcr. Mr. and Mrs. .Jack Jackson motored to Memphis 1: Sunday. Mr. end Mrs. Herbert Browning vllle Is visiting, her'.son; Bill Hall, and /limlly. Mrs, John Halclicr and children spent Saturday, with Mrs. Hatcher's mother, .Mis Eftto Smith, Looking like a common folding fan, the dagger: flin' Is rctvljy a, sheath containing "a ishoit, sharp and family of Blytheville were stiletto Thc deceptive weapon was (he guests Sunday of Mrs. Drown-' Invented by the Japanese YOU WANT SAFETY CLARKE'S STRAIGHT o BOURBON , WHISKEY YOU'U IT TOO! NO. 1 in ROOM Just Ride and See/ Nova Davis left Monday night for St. Louis to visit Miss Jewel Mrs. W. C. Piss and Mrs. Merrill Polk entertained Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Polk v.'ith seven tables of bridge. High scores were held hy R. H. Robinson and Mrs. Oils CliiMs. Guest, prizes were awarded to Mrs. Ansel Montgomery and Bobbie Jones. Mr. anci Mrs. L. M. Gresliam ot Wilton \vcre the only out-of-town pucsts. Miss Sue Woods, home economics teacher 'in (he Keiser schboi. made a irlk c:i fashions at the Tmnrmtinr. 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