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NO! THWIST ARKANSAS HMB, f«y«t«vill«, J.nu.17 ·, 17* 1MB 3uninr dimrs IVEftf mil 1952 Cage Team Announced Today lulldegi Try For Fifth Win , Ov*r Fermtr Statt Championi Coach Glenn Stokcnbcrry announced the 1952 basketball team in pe pconvocttioa today prior to 'the Fort Smith-Fayeltcvillc game. The.ittrting line-up consists of Ray Barnes, Kenneth Crudup, Bass Trumbo,'Russell McConncll, «nd Bill Parker. While Bob Pear- ton, Bob Hoskins, Larry Trammel, l-,«rry Head, and Stanley Williams make up the rest of the squad. Max Powers is sludenl manager. The Fayetteville Bulldogs will Iry for their f i f t h straight win over the Fort Smith Grizzles tonight in Root Gymnasium. The Grizzles were State Champions last year and are recent winners of the Big 6 Holiday Tournament and have an undefeated season Ihis year. Next Friday night the Bulldof "A" team and the junior high team will play the Alma Airdales in the Root Gym. . Both 4he "B" team and "A" teams won over their opponents last Friday night. The "B" team- Van Buren score was 43-33 while the Harrison-Fayetteville »core was 37-25. Chimpion Trophy Won The District 1AA Championship Trophy has been presented to the school for the J951 football season. The trophy is awarded each year by the Arkansas Athletic Association and the Inter-School Contest Association. This year's award is one of the largest ever received by Fayetteville High School. , A gold figure of a football player in kicking form is mounted on a brown plastic stand. A gold| r plate is attached to the stand and on this is engraved "District 1AA Champions 1951." editor life class. Class Members Present Unrehearsed Program Members of Mr. Gwaltney's sec- end period Senior English class were entertained with a impromptu music program December 20, after they finished their oral reports. "White Christmas" and "Jingle Hells" were sung- by a boys' chorus consisting of Joe Richardson, J. C. Morris. Harry Hamilton. I Max Powers, Bobby Pearson, Bass! Trumbo, and Hugh Kincaid. Gamble, and Pat Kelly, which sang "The First Noel" and "Hark the Herald Angels Sine." Carole Slenscng sang "The First Noel." "O Come All Ye Faithful" and "Silent Night" with Ihe rest ot 8:00.. by with City the background. humming softly in the ton, Diana Faith Ellis is a the Crafls Club. new member of j Smith; sion heard from blond, hascl- eyed BARBARA SHOREY, a 5'4" senior who likes potatoes. Barbara's favorile pastime is "keeping Ralph happy", and her song is "Let Me Call You Sweetheart." This leads to her ambition which is to be a good and f a i t h f u l wife, and her plans?--you guessed it- marriage. Barbara is a busy girl, being art director of the Junior Timesf Craft Club president, FTA Merelary, S. C. representative, · nd on the yearbook and finance committees, and a member of NTS. "6'2", eyes of blue", sun- bleached red hair, and the expression, "RO take a flying j u m p at 11 rolling doughnut" are characteristics ot BASS TRUMBO. Other self-admitted characteristics arc his favorite song "How Could Cou Believe Me When I Said 1 iry Ella Hodges Amethyst Editor uiiky, Builnwn Mnnagtr; liltor, Yearbook Sporh iditor iiry Ella Hodges was elected or of the 1932 Amethyst at a f f , meeting, January 3, 1952. hcrinc Lussky will be busl- manager and Brian Miller, Is editor Nolographcr, Richard Brown, Ircady t a k i n g action shots of around FHS. Sjnior and or pictures have been taken work on these pages has been cd. C h a i r m a n for the class cs are Emma Mae Skclton, or, and Helen Campbell, or. Arl work will he in charge 3onna Jo Greer and Barbara ·ey. Pat Ambrose will be in gc of typing. aff members are chosen from nicer members of the National or Society and the journalism i. Others who will work on year booi are: Rosalie Bent, ic Cornell, Margaret Hudgens, Dara Johnson, Norma Kcnnan, cy Kochevar, Lois Mitchell, lain Myers, David Pilkington, yn Schlecht, LaJoycc Smith, cnce Thomas, Shirley White- 1, and A n u c Whilfield. tentative theme for tl« 1952 ual is Citizenship Education, book will have an unpaddeu 1 e cover with gray undertone, roup pictures pf freshmen, omoi'cs, and various organir.a- ·; and service groups will be n soon. y Sister Eileen" Is imatics Class Play ly Sister Eileen," a three-act edy by Joseph A. Fields and me Chodorov, will be prc- M by the dramatics class in Root Gym en February 18 at ie play, bnscd on Ihe stories nuth McKinncy, bus to tki the two Sherwood sisters, i and Kilren, wh oleave their e tc-.vn to RO to New York to pursue their prospective cvs-- R u t h , w r i t i n g ; a n d en, acting. They rent a small ment apartment and set up ckccping. Most of the play Ives around a variety of aclers who boldly visit ufih the sidewalk window or knock on the door. embers of the cast arc: Mr. opolous, Bob Pearson; Ruth ·wood, Liz Gamble; Eileen wood, Norma Kcnnan; Jensen, . Norrls; Street Urchins, Ellis all. Bob Hoskins; Drunks, Busby, Max Powers; Lnigan, S Busby, Max Powers; Lonigan, ardson; Mr. Fletcher, Gilbert old; Helen Wade, Martha cs; Frank Uppencott, Brian cr; Chic Clark, Bill Davis; ack, Ray Giles; Violet Shcl- Gaylr Jones; . Mrs. Wade, na Wray; Bob Baker. Hugh caid; Walter Sherwood, Jim d; prospective Tenant, Lynell h ; and thft Consul, Jack hburn. * Varied Exprcuions *d You When You Know I've i a Liar All My Life," His pas- is snooker. Bass likes spaK- and meat balls, and wants to newspaper critic. He plays ctball, and is in NTS. \ wr Y K Of" H F.V A R a nerl. CEP To Visit Commui · Hudgens Junior Times Spring Semester Editor Margaret Hudgens is the Managing Editor of the spring semes- lor Junior Tjmes staff. Lois Mitchell and Anne W h i t f i e l d arc Assistant Editors. Feature Editors are: Ma.xihe Llerly, Jeanninc Dean, Sylvia Vandcrsllcc, and Nancy Reed. Gayle Jones, Daryl Fratt, Shirley Whitehend arc News Reporters. Arl Editors are: Donna Jo Grcer, Barbara Shorcy. Sports Editors are: David Pilkington, Nadine Strallon. Business: Evelyn Schlecht. Editorials: Nancy Reed, Florence Thomas. Copyreaders: Florence Thomas, Evelyn Schlechl. Brian Miller and Helen Campbell were Ihe co-editors of the fall semester Junior Times. Council Proposes (hinges In Constitution, By-Laws Nomination of Student Council officers by petition was the main amendment proposed for the Student Council constitution by the constitution committee. 1 The committee believes t h a t the petition method would be more dnmocratie and create more interest, Mimeographed petitions would be handed to the students seeking nomination on the first Friday in March, collected on the second Thursday in March, and the candidates announced on the following day. Thft petitions would require a minimum of 2fi student signatures and eiKht f a c u l t y signatures and a student signature m a x i m u m of three limes the number of home rooms. A petition could bo signed by only three students in a home room. A student could sign only one petition for one office. In the event no one runs for one of the offices the nominating committee, composed of faculty aiyl Studont Council members, will nominate a student for the office. This committee would also examine the petitions for legality. An amendment to the By-Laws susscstcd by the committee was that the standing Student Council comrfiilteeR for the school year be announced In the last regular issue of the Junior Times. The proposed amendments -to thq constitution and the By-Laws will be voted on in the meeting December 8. Fayetteville High Host Ti Senior Band Clinic The Northwest Arkansas Senior Band- clinic will be held in Kay- eUcville, High School gymnasium, January 18 and 19. Mr. H. E. Nutt, Vandcrcook College of Music in Chicago, is guest conductor. Students from the hands of Atkins, Russell ville, Dover, Dar- denclle, Paris, Booncvillc, Wald r o n, Charleston, Clnrksville, O.ark, Alma, Van Buren, Fort Smith, Lincoln, West Fork, Fay- cUeville, Springdale, Rogers, Bentonville, Soliam Spring*, Hunts- villc, Berryville, and Harrison will attend the clinic, m a k i n g a total ot 180 students. There will be two 90 piece bands which will read r1nc* A n P n n r l 11 m l l ^ l f * Mr | J C I I, brown-eyed brunett, is renowned I Floyd Pills, director of Fort Smith for the expression, "What?", and Senior Band, is clinic chairman and is in charge. The public is in- vted to attend the clinic sessions beginning 8:00 Friday morning anrl ending 4:00 Salurday after- likes to listen to classical music while her favorite song is really "Down Yonder. 1 ' Nancy's favorile food is artichokes, and, although a six-pointer, her pet peeve is homework. She is a Pepper, reporter, a member of NHS and NTS. She plans to go to Japan this "I ·car. must be loyal" was the noon The students 'attending the reigning expression throughout my talk " w i t h blond, 5'lOli", DAVIS DUTY. His pastime is sinking "Dryboncs." Davis, who plans to be a "great defense law- Key Club. member of NHS and clinic will need a place to stay the night of January 8. and any Fayetteville people who will keep one or two .iluu'ents.on this night arc asked to contact Bill Parker, President Student Council o r ^ J u l i a n Stewarl, Chairman of C o m - j millee. | The Ppblic School Bands w i l l : G»v»rnmtm Clou Will Mak* Report Of Obitrvatitni j Studying local civic urKitui7.fi- tiuns is the current project of the American government class in connection w i t h the Citizenship Education Project, During this study the class plans to observe each oi'Kiinir.a lion represented on the Lay Advisory Committee in action. The purpose of the observation is to see haw the different organizations contribute to c o m m u n i t y life. During, the next month, lenms of two class members w i l l attend n regular meeting, a bonrri meeting and a luncheon meeting of each nf the orfranlr.ations. They w i l l also be shown projects which the o r g a n i z a t i o n has sponsored in the community. At the end of t h e ; study a collective report on all Springdale The Sprlngdnlc* story hour was Conducted Saturday by Miss Vcr- ·ftrrnoon M 3 o'clock in the Junior High .School auditorium. The sixth cradr pupil* prestntM j fu(m . p Ml . s . shlpr , w| ^·''lE 11 ' 1 : "":.?'f 0 ^ ^"J I w i t h her p a r e n u ' d u r i n , stationed al Camp Carson, Colo.,' Hinniford Hawkins tnd d«u|hter; where he w i l l l e t u r n in Ihe near! Rebecca, of Little nock; »nrt her I I I g a v c ^ the 1 d e v o t i o n a l and I,, the mitlnniil president's messa; was read by Mis. H. C. Barnes. remain ] »n and daufhler-in-law, Mr. and hu » b - M r j . Bob N. Duncan »f S«lin.,, Wnd^rt^VUc^^^n! -sZn^V^R^BarTM , TM« '*"'«" »"""""' TM"«! K s1ud.nl, re«urn,n f ,. ,h. Uni.' kindergailci I h e lime was spent Club was tn mrct TtiMrlay at t h e ! v m ilv i f l e r the holidnyi trt iT'r s!'v' ,T"hi dren y 7 '""'" "' ""' J ' '" S " n "" w " h nm '" r " f"- 1 "' M'» V«r. J.«n and names. Several children at- _, . M c , A ,, [jowrrman .is hostess, p i d d l e Miss Jean Krtti «nd Dick tended. The hour I, held each Sal- F/»'/7«M£/0« M'n.tar, of '.he Window Lion., ChZm"" day and :1 children are In- * c l u b «n,l t h e i r wives will he! Mrs. N. n. Stockburttr will bt vited to attend. M| . j n d ^ ,_ awr( , nc( Leu . |( wests of the F H i m i n g t n n dub at bMless lo Ihe Women'. S«l«y of I h e First Baptist t l i u r r h w" held open hniuf (mm · to 4 n m i a ch " r " r n i t h l m " lin 8 fhurs- Christian Service Wedne»d«y «ft- conducl an all-i-hurrh Bible study I Sunday in honor of Mr »nrt IMrf'I''"·''· ; rrnoon nt her home. Tht mem- 1 ' d w i n Simpson and daughter.'.."" r " i d D "" rnn »»«" " ls m n t h r r . | l,cn w i l l « n r k on * cornfort »nd this week. There will be a study i for nil HRM from primary through Thctl|C A n n of R | c h m o n f j C ) l l , f ' i Mr.V Kliw D u n u t n . held _, , _. ,, J , ,, ...... , , v....... , . ,, ,. f a m i l y ' , 1 , TM,,f r a l l v e luncheon will be a d u l t . The first study was held M| . S | m ,, sol , ,, (nrnier teacher | , , j ' e u n l o n at t h e i r home over the'.served »t noon. Monday night at 7:30. M e e t i n g * i i|, r F n r m l u i t i n n tcnonls is work-i wcc ' (tnr '' c; ' ;c ' ls included two n f . ---· will .be held at this time ench I i n B | nwarc | m -, pb.d 'degree at! Mr5 ' "''Bran's daughters. Mis '«"'"· ! Merkeley. Calif. Mrs. Simpson The Rev. mil Jackson lipnan j teaching at Richmond. : A t m " Ounpan and ran. both of t o r i S m i t h ; her i n \ e n t o r mnsler of h l j work as mission pastor for the ; The Lions Club p a n r n k n supper I '"^TM_ Berry Slrecl Baptist Church S u n - 1 w i l l he held Thursday n i s h l at thf j = day. Berry Sheet has hern a mis- i s c h n n I lunchroom. O r i s l n a l l y j sion of the First Baptist C h u r c h . I M-hedlllcd for last Thursday, thf but br-RinniiiR with this month, supper was postponed because of. I ( l a u g h t e r , Or. and M r s . j and Scotland, Still REPORT OF CONDITION OF Melville ft*H-- ths f a t h e r -- wan · noted elocution in England . I1.IT is becnniinx f i n n n c i ; i l l y indepnud- cnl anH will soon be n church. Mrs. Sam A l l r c d nf Sprinp Street was t a k e n to the C o u n t y Hospital Monday inornitiR in a Callison-Sisco ambulance. Sbc. w i l l rpc^iv: medical t r e a t m e n t . Over the weekend Rex Holmtin observations will be made to I h e i w a s taken to the County Hospital participalin^ organir.alions. The s t u d e n t s who will visit the various organizations arc: School Board, Norma Kennan, ,!nck W a s h b u r n ; Ministerial A l l i a n c e , Mary Ella Hodges, William Myers; Woman's Civic Club. Bonnie Hud- spelh, M a x i n c Lierly; Bar Asso- ciatjon, Davis Duty, Jerome Johnson; Rotary Club, Tom Corslnr- phen, J n m i e Cornelt; F.xchatlRe Cluh, Norma K e n n a n , Hugh Kincaid; I3.-P.W. Club. Mary Rlla llodfics, Pat K e l l y ; County Administration, Davis Duly, Hurry H a m i l t o n ; Kiwnnis Club, Lois Mitchell. Marcla Vcak; Lions Club, Carole Stcnseng, Anne W h i t f i e l d ; City Council FTA, Jerome Johnson, Pat Kelly; Chamber of Commerce, Tommy Branigan, Martha Brockwa.v; City Administration, Joel Whitclcy, Joe Codolngton. During the Christmas holidays five students attended a meeting of the County School Board in the office of the County School Supervisor, J. R. Kcnnan. These students were Jamie Cornell. Norma Kennan, Mary Ella Horiucs, Lierly, and W i l l i a m Myers. Representatives from the American government class also attended Ihe reception for Senator J. W. Fulbrlght given at the Washington Holel. They were Tom Carsiarphcn, W i l l i a m Myers. M a r t h a Brockway, Tommy Branigan, and Joe Coddlngton. The class is also w o r k i n g on plans for the second radio program, on Basic Premises of De- for medical t r e a t m e n t and Frank Paislr-y was t a k e n In* t h e C i t y HOP pit a I for medical treat men t. They were hnth t o k e n by a Calli- snn-Sisen nmbuinncc. The B l u f f Cemetery Association Bank met Monday afternoon nt :t o'clock J vcrsily orcanijatlon. flt the SprlnplRlr Public Library. The Women 1 * Society of Cnrls- spcnrftng the holidays with their »ai'CMts, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Toney and Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson. Advance Home EC Girls Study Practical Nursing Nursing « friend or member of the f a m i l y back-to-health after the illness has been diagnosed is being studied by the girls in 2nd j year home economics. Giving medicine on time and In proper dosages, taking temperature and pulse-beat, milking the sickbed comfortable, bathing the patient in lied and changing the linens while I be patient is too ill to be removed from bed; are the more important factors in home nursing. ^ Satisfying entertainment s u c h ] as cards, needlework, puzzles, records, an necessary from becoming tired and listless. ^ Inexpensive subsiitulce a r c j often needed. nr. and Mrs. J. W. Hnrner l e f t ' ' ' » " Service will meet w i t h Mr. Monday m o r n i n g to return to I W. L. Shrove. Wednesday at 2 their homt' in M e r i d i a n , Miss., a f - ' l ^ n. tcr spending the past three weeks \ Mi's Barium Jean Toney and w i t h their son and d a u g h t e r - i l l - j n '"v Wilson have returned to Inw. Dr. and Mrs. Ccoigo H:ir- 'In 1 " 1 Brown U n i v e r s i t y a f t e r ncr anrl children. Jimmic and j'ane, on Wa.vland Avenue. Pfc. Jack ThlRDCli. son of M r . , and Mrs. E. D. Thlgpen, has r e - 1 Husscll Krhn, who is stationed In turned home on a 30 day f u r l o u g h j Florida, has returned to his base, a f l e r spending 18 mnnihs over- j * lrs - dndys Scott is recovering .was, most of the time in Korea f n i m l h i r r t degree burns suffered He has been In service for Ihr p a s t , l v v n weeks ago when she rtorpped 2fi months. Saturday Private Thi£- pen and his mother, Mrs. E. D. Thiflpcn, went to Tulsn to visit his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thiguen and dmiuh- ter, Joyce A n n . They returned home Monday afternoon. A fhowcr in honor o f i M r . and Mrs. Adolph Kappler. who lost their home by fire, WHS glycn Friday at the home nf Mr. and Mrs. Charles T'arvin on Wfltcr Street. There were 1R guests prosrnl. A pie supper wns held at the Bethel School for them and they look in some $1110 cash. Mrs. Cy Phillips, who bus been a patlcnl nt the C o u n t y Hospital for some time, was returned to her home on Mill Street Sunday morning. The Washington School Paront- Tencher Associallon mel Friday i aflernoon al 2:31 in Ihe school i auriilorium. The t h i r d r o o m | mothers wrr" hostess and served | refreshments.. I The- Central school P a r e n t - 1 Teacher Association met M n n d a y ' bad weather. Lawrence Lewis has IIPCII named Miirch of Dimes chairman for Farminglon. Rcsidenls are asked to rontnet him w i t h contrlbulions. Miss Lucy Allen has hern returned lo the home of her sister, Mrs. VMS nrooks. a f i r r s p e n d i n g , several flays al County Hospital.i "' F»y»lfi»llli. Wuhlnglon County, Arkinlil. l thi clou ._ Miss Shlrlev K e h n , d a u a h t e r o t j Dicimhir 31, U51. · Slitt banking tniliiutlon orfinlud tnt i Mr. and Mrs! Clnirlcs Kehn, has|!! nd * r lh * b a n k i n g liiwi of thlt St«u «nd · mimbit at Iki'! returner! J n i m Lawrence, where she allended » meetliij ,,i - ASSFTS L Cash, balance;; witli oiher banks. I n c l u d i n g reserve balance, and cnsh items In process of collection.. 13,441,111.20 United Stales Government oblisallonj. direct anrl guaranteed . . . _ J,46,007.07 Obligations of States and politicnl subdivisions M1.SS0.43 Corporal*- slocks ( I n r l u d l r t $6.000.00 slock o( Federal Reserve bank* ,, 9,006.00 Loans and discounts Hia-hidlng SI.33S.43 overdrafts' 2,M7,7I1.J4 Bank premises owned $70,831,2.1, f u r n i t u r e and f u t u r e s $30,174.32 . . ... 101,10555 Other assets 4,751.15 the Wesley Foundation Assembly rcprcjcntntlvc ot the Uiil- k i n I "···"· Sr'ltm. Publlihtd In iccordlnc. wllh i clll miOl br Ik» !)·)· i in. n'r Bnkln t Aulhorlllti ind by th. F»diral nitirri link el Ihli District. l i n g 01 AC^t-TC ^ J. a k e t t l e of boiling water on her feet. She Is able to b« In a wheel chnlr. J. F. Broyles, who has been cm- ployed in Colorado Springs, Colo., for Ibc past six months, has re-! 24. turned home. TOTAL ASSETS f 1,111,271.0 I . I A n i l . l T I E S Demand deposits of Individuals, partnerships, anrl corporations . $5,147.036.11 Time deposits of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations .... . . ],)OI,770.7I Deposits of United States Government 'Including postal savings' . . ., 1](,240.13 Deposits of Stales mid political subdivisions l,49I.IN.tl Deposits o f bunks . . . . ·12,«7.l5 Other deposits Iccrllfled and officers' checks. etc.L- 7,1*0.02 TOTAL DEPOSITS- .$0,OB3,5«0.2» Win flow The marrlnce of .lohnny II. Shlpp. son of Mr. a n d Mrs. Harrison Shipp of Winslnw. and Miss of of Elkins, was solemnized J a n u a r y .1 at l l u n t s v i l l e by Judge Howard I l a n k i n s . The groom, a solrtler, is TOTAL IIIAIIILITIES (not Including subordinated obligations shown below' I9,0t3,fl0.20 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital' I 100,000.00 Surpl«j_. 100,000,00 Undivided profits.. JJ,191.43 Reserves iRnd retirement account for prcferrtd capital) _ |00,000.(H) TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS - lli,9tM3 · nasaline Mr. and B r a n n n n , Mr*. Jim daughter Hrannon TOP CASH PUKE FOR YOUR PURNITURI AT HILTON IROS. AUCTION HOUSI, PHONt 1770 (All EVIRY SATURDAY 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ll,lll,i7l,M 'This bunk's capital cunsitb at: Common fitock with total par value of $100,000.00. MEMOftANDA 31. Ass«ls pledged or assigned lu iccurt lubllltlei and for other purposes $ 922J14.M I, Hayrlen Mcllrny, President, of the abnVr-nmnM bank, hertby certify t h a t the above statement is t r u e to the belt of my koowlfdf* . and belief. ' H A Y D E N MctLROY, CORRECT--Attest: ,lamc« H. Kays, J. B. McConnell, L. O. Or»bfm, ·· DlreclorR. State of ^-kansas, County of Washington HR: Sworn lo and nubscrlbed before me this "th day of January, 1»SJ. - KLEANOn SHEPPARD, Notary Public. My commission expires April 9, IB55. . 7-1-e nd radio programs arc to prevent the. patient A small suitcase, j can be used for a hack rest or footstool. Plastic table cloths also; jiake useful substitutes fr rubber sheets' and should be sprinkled with talcum to "remove chemical odors. First-Aid will be studied next and. will include licating snakebites, preventing burns, and saving people from food poisoning, and applying tournquists. I The Peppers have slarted prac-! ticing on a h a l f - t i m e m a r c h i n g ' drill to be presented at the Springdale-Fayetteville game. j « I Rosalie DeLaney is a new j u n i o r ! in home room 27. i he presented in concert Thursday | j n home re night, January 31, 1052. j, ,, ncw , rcs room 0 Violet Coplin eshman. Poles Sentenced To Die As United States Spies Warsaw, Poland-(/P.I-A military court sentenced five Poles to death last nighl a f t e r ithey pleaded guilty lo charges of be^jng ·Ypics sent into Poland by the-Amcrican intelligence service." Their trial lasted one day. Summing up, the prosecutor accused tht U. S. embassy here of leading activities against Poland "since th* very fir.rt day of diplomatic rtlations lietween the People's Poland and the United States." The condemned men are Tadcusz Gluchowski, W a c l a w Korwcl, Ku- genlusz Falkus, Edward Dltifioz and Ryszard Kor.ubski. Probation Granted For Former Bank Teller Fort Smllh, Ark.-(/I'l-A .H-year- old former bank 'teller at Hot Springs, Ark., ha* born placed on two years probation alter pleading BUllty 10 charges of m a k i n g false entries to cover up a t h e f t of 5S.620, Mrs. Gloria Wallers entered the 'lea before Kederftl .ludpe John '. M i l l e r here yesterday. She ad- 'itled t a k i n g the money by al- LETTER TO GEN. DEAN PASSED ALONG t e r i n g the books of the Arkansas Trust Company. The theft was uncovered by bank examiners investigating another shortage. Sumner Welles And Baroness To Wed New York-f..Tj-Former Undersecretary of Slate Sumner Welles and former Austrian Baroness Harriet Post Wilson von Joszensky were to marry here today. The couple obtained a marriage license | yesterday. Kach listed two previous i marriafics. I Plans for the marriage were announced last October ly the pro.--peclivc bride's mother, Mrs. George R. Post, ot the cereal i products f i r m . Welles, 51). f i r s t wa.s married to the late Ksther Slater, heiress to the Slater t e x t i l e fortune. They were duorccd in 1 923. .His second wife was the former M a t h l l d e Townsend, who died in 19-lf). His bride-to-be, who is 57, was divorced recently In New Jersey from Baron Emmerich von Jcs- zensky. She pre\ iously was dl- _ vorceil from Th_ n rnlnn_Wilson. A eO MMUN(lt COURIII (rtjht) tt Pm Mun Jom..««pt. . i.tttr It I- thoucht t h a t Chubb Outer addr " t « d lo "'· °« n ' Wlllitm f - »«·". ""TM" "· 8. 2«th Inf.ntr, in No, hwe?e ,n O l i e h e r *."'· dM " IOn " mm «" 1 " «"« '« "«» · P«««ner. The letter I. being handed ° V " " y LU H " r0l(1 ' ni1 TM »""""«»«l Mr. ·"" l» P«rt of the first e eor, e from 3g lo 1M centuries ago. 41 I. CENTIR FHONI 21 SMART TABLE AIRLINE 23.95 A beouty for ptrform- onc and looki. Brown ploitic eon, wothabl* flHIla, taty'lo-raod dial. Uory ploitic tl mort. 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