The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 1, 1940 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 1, 1940
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'__:7..'rmjRst?AY.' FRRRUARY. v 1010; County Health Unil Report : Tor 1938 Is Made . Public . iof Mr. niHl-Mrs, D. Garrott and family. : rhu son' cf Mr. and ,Mrs, Hoy Aycock, who lias boon .seriously .111 of pneumonia, is slightly Improved. Mr. and Mrs. John Been,' of Blythcville,. \vore the finfidny of Mr.-and Mr.s. Clyde Ai-niaii- troi-t. ••'••- -• • - i Miss Dorothy Aycocl; returned home Monday after having sprat Die u-;:ek end at Manila • in' UIB home' cf the Rev. nnd IvJis. p H. Jernigun, . . . _,BIflTni3VTLT.R (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS New cases of pi-live found in Mississippi County by the county health unit durliig 1933 totaled 3]'wlille thi-re were 43 cases Of diphtheria, 39 cases of typhoid fever and only six cases of smallpox. TJlnesses from communicable' disease Is on Hie decline ns the program of-the unit continues to filter through the county with the Rctivitiss of venereal diseases, tuberculosis control, infant and children's program ami sanitation. 'A report of the pist !^ ::iont!is shows thsi extensive work 1m done Iii tuberculosis control. Besides making investigations ami examinations which disclosed the 31 new cases now fictive, members of/the null examined 30 'suspected cases and 'contacts fount! non- active, t made, 3Q home visits to tuberculosis cases and made 111 x-ray films tln-pug)i cooperation of-tne Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association with' 25 pc-r cent of these found to bs negative. Children given the tuberculin lest totaled' 453. . . There \vere! .483 cases of syphllU diagnosed' with 5,923 treatments given, 1703 blood tests uiade in the tBIythcville office and - 9.152 office visits bi patients for examination, advice nnd'treatment. Of. the 43 cases of diphtheria reported in the recent near-cpidemi'. ami a few others scattered over UK year, ; there were -seven deaths. Th-. unit members immunize.) 102. children uncli 1 - --ix years of agi against diphtheria. There \vcre umy three .deatli^ from typhoid fever of the 3SJ reported aild there were 13,053 im- nnmized against, this diseass. Smallpox, which is fast on the decline because of the vaccination Immunization, took no live:} in Mississippi County, in 1930 among Hi six. cases. Members of the unit .vaccinated 4,150 persons. '• Work • amon;; ruite-partum, infant, pre-school ami school .chilli re P. is a large- part' of the program each ;year.' Durings th3 past year, there were 257 home visits -maik to expectant .•mothers; .133 tc mothers, and: bahies, - ' ; "• '•_ Dental.-, attention: w?.s given U 394 children of indigent parents- and S^GOjSClJQoLjahllqren \vcre hispccteji by physicians and muses lor\de- fects;" physical J^ianc^lnaps,. ijifec- lious'jPtOiy eoht'agions •' diseases. ; To follow this up, there were 403 home visits made. 'JXventy-t-oree crij>;jieu children were adiiutt:cl to miisin_ service. v • _i , •''•. ;' :-\ ..'. . : ; The ; - J saiiitfillon report of the j-ear showed that 145. sanitar. privies .were-' installed, 15 s^pti tanks .installed tind&r o\:pcrvi:io. nf the /unit,- 119 private premiss inspected along with inspections o: swimming pools which ;tbta!at!' 51; school buildings'. 5G;, publb "w.'.tei supplies', 21;/-sewerage plants, '¥!', canning plants, 15; the -318 .fob'. handling' establishments ur.cler supervision of -this department, 9oO; the 17 dairy' I arms under' supervision, 174; Ihe 7 crc-nm stations, 20.';' . ; , : ' : :' There were 25SO specimens collected and sent to the laboratory in. Little Rock. . ; -.''• t > • ; '• ..' . Dr. K. E. at-h Inner is director of the ivnil which has offices at Bly- thevihe and Osseola. George;Sliani- lin is sanitarian; -Miss -.Ada Boyd d-d r-,f rfl-;r« nurse. Ellen Harrison, are at-Die Blythevillc office; Mrs. Lucy Miller is nurse at Osccola; Mrs..Norman Bunch is clerk here and Mrs. Luais Msy Bennett, at Os:eola. : :' •tin Henson, L\icrelia Buneli. 1 Uoio i Emma Parrbli, Pattle MulliiiK. Ruth Krcch. l' Cftlvln HolJIucswortli and KoIIv Knle received lionornble inrnthn'i on the lilgli school n Swalil. Ernes-1 line French, Lillian Jlmicli. John' Perry Hollinusworth. Bardette h'-?ws 4-11 Club Iiidrasfs Six new mi'iniie'rs were udiiiltted to the nsirdcttfe' 4-II club at a Tting Tuesday with the Icnotr-rs, L. }l. Antry and Miss Marjorle Varaer, and 'nssisliinl county asiciiis, R. w. Schrocilcr imd Miw li'iez KIncaid. • . ; The club is ;,o large that li has been dii-!ri"d Into uvo, -sroiijis wlili-ii iiavu stlparate tiicutings ami projji'i'.ins. t'lub No. Two.will linve a program at the next meeting-. After "Scwaiicc River" had been suny. M(ss Kincald told the his- toiy o; flic scii|.>. As the sccrotary CHlli'd (he roll tarh mpi,jij,. r (old ahat he had iu:complislu;d .in uiu last, mor.lh.; : During the inoolinx which Miss Kineald hid with the u'lrls, she tcld them how to stai't Iheir project. )3adi ol the first year sewing fili-ls are to make- a skeveles.s dress at Iheir next meeting. Mr. SchroEcier met with the boys. Have Skafiitg Parly Members of the tenth and eleventh grades of the Burdette Echo;! were guests at 11 skating party Tuesday night. They met at the home of Ernestine lirlttain be- iorc t'oiiig to the park to skate. Mr. Taylor, their geometry teach- : 3r, chaperoned Die party. After the skating ended, they returned •-o the Bi-ittaln home to play a 'number of games. Yarbro News Ifouor Koll Announccil. Ten .students of the Yarbro >chool were named on the honor .'ell fcr the third six weeks' term. ; The high school honor roll Is as follows; Mona .Nell Taylor,.Rudolph Lambert, Gwendolyn GIT, •Mary Hell Holmes, Dorothy Pnr- ' ish. In the elementary grades the .following were mimed: George Frank- Nona Nell Taylor, Jiianita S'cal, Gwendolyn Orr, Mary Noll Holmes wore on Die hlfjli sclmol honor roll for the Jim semi-stir. On ilic elementary semester honor roll \yerc the names of George Fymik-S lin Henson, Kosc Emma 1'arrlsh, I-'nttle Mtiliins, jimli Krech. - Ifonornble mpiitlon for iHc first' semester went to Calvin Uolllngs-! worth, Kelly H«!c ami Uorouiy Pnrrlsli, in the hlyh school anil ib Peggy Vatbro In the tleinei'itniy idicol. forfeit Allnul.HKe Kf.ciils Annuuiuril. 'His following students had perfect attendance re-cords lor ti-.e' first seiiiMlei-; • ilish school: Mai> Swain, Kelly Hale, Edward Hunch, Calvin llol- llnc.swortli, Junior Hawkins. Elementary .vc-hoot: Jerry Uol- Church Conference Scheduled At Luxora I.UXORA, Aid.. Peb. 1,—There ivill be held at tin- Luxorif liipllst church Suiulay inomlnj nt eleven o'clock, l-Ybrnm-y 4, a church conference, at which nil members U' the church are wsed t6 be present. When Poisons Slow a^djmtate Bladder "* ^f'fiish Tlici» Out -for 35 Cents ' Go to yo.ur frriieglal todaj- arid got tills sure, awICi- anil dluretis snfl s(imul.i:n —iisk for Gold Mcilal Hanrlcm Oil Capsulos aiul fitart at mice t6:ll\isli tiiihicys ot waste matter salmatt'il \vith aciiJa and poisons. Thal. ! i> a (inick and effective wny to liot;) iiring about moru healthy kict- ncy iiclivily aiKl.rclit-vo'lluit bladder Iri-ltiition wltlv Ha scanty n.-issaKc \s-ith smarting miei bui-nltii; as well as rosU less nlsjlits. Ucniuinbcr the Viilneys oftt-n nt^l fliwliinc 05 well as the iKlnvii. iiliil some sin;[i(oms of Kl.lncy we'nknc*3 ru>- be: yttlhiK up often duricit: the nru-lu^-|iuffy eyca—l^cfcaclio lint he sure and get COLD MED\Ij Haarlem Oil Capsules — tins ortftiial nmlfonulne — rijjlit'from Haarlom In Holland—lite pi-ice la small (35 cents), the good.results will rulllll your expectations. Koit'i accept ii-'nutiiitUutc. New Liberty News Has Birthday J'arty Mrs. Clyde Armaiitrottt was ho.s- less to the. Birthday club for a party at her home Tuesday. As ill \vns the first meeting of the year, activities fcr '1940 were discussed before the hostess aliened the gifts which emitaUiecl Items lor her - kitchen. Miss .Tean Annanlrout assisted her mother in serving a sftl- ad iiu.l dessert plate. Th<- next meeting will he Wednesday. Feb. 7, at the home of Mrs. Holder. » « • : Mr. and Mrs. Horace Floyd and family and Mr. nnr.l 'Mrs. 'R, M. 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