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J_-NO«THWWT ARKANSAS tIMIS, FiyMMvilta, Ark«m«l, Mfey, January^1II, Itfl HI.VIIIIIIIIIItlllHIIIIItllllllHIIIIIIIMIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIII I · J- LI.-,, ,· A . ** i k. Audience Hears 'lecture By Margo Jones ** cte 1952 Buicks To Go On Display M«S. KATHUiN DOZIU iMilUiilUiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiHiMiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiii Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . W«k1lJK»lem Lnrlce Out-, Mninnlr H a l l , ~:M Saturday . . . Faculty C h i l i Pol I.nek Supper. F a m i l y I'luh, n-.:W Mozr.ri Festival. Art C'enler Concert H a l l , R Two Parties Compliment Miss Carolyn Butler In » .tcrirs.nf parties given for* Mi.ss Carolyn H u l l e r , b r i d e - f l e e t j o( Olkcr Wickersham Galchdl, Jr., two parlies were liven yesterday In rcr honor. Ycslerday a f t e r n o o n H lin.cn lowcl shower ·was-.givcn by Mrs. O. H. Gamble-'iirml Mrs. H u r r y Shullr. at Ihe Gam'-lo home on East Lafayette. A b u f f r l l u n r h e n n ivas served to 20 Kiic.il s. Centering Ihe t a b l e v.-ss an ,,, ,,,,, iway formed of (Iciir dc amour I H;,,,,,;, n . Bible Class Entertained By Mrs. Hanna The Friendly Bible Class nf the ness meeting, at the homo (if Mr." Mai-no Jniirs, m a n a g i n g dircotor of T h c M t r r :'.'.. In P a l l a s , Texas, who pioneered in tl"? !'.r-M "' -·'··· .iter and the r o u n r l , a r l r l i f s s e r l »n audioiu-o ln:-l nil-til .'t '"' ^ ' · ' · - vrr:..ily I h e a l e r u n d e r I l i o auspi''-:. of t n r DIsUiiKUlshert Lecturer,; Committee. In her adilre.-s, Miss Jours slalr'l t h a t "llioator in Ihe round is t h e anruvr lo cr.tBblii.hiiii: theaters all uvor tlio c i n i n t i y al t h e least pos- fiilile' expense because it needs Irs.f scenery lhan proscenium type of p r o d u c t i o n s , a n d t h a t n e a r l y .my play may tic p r o s o n l o i l in t h i s ., . iniinncr." She i i n i n l r r l out the c u r - [ " i out inn-, enicnl of Ihi- theater's riemitraliwilum has resulted in t h i s type of p r o d u c t i o n . Miss Jnnes maktv no d i . - ' l i i r : : i ' i i between profos.Moiuil a n r l a m a t e u r p r o d u c t i o n s holii , ,n;; I ·[ . . . . o n l y t'.vo kind.', nf t h e a t e r , ilond inrl had. She expressed belief t h a t '"college t h e a t e r lias ;m obligation I instead of ronsistenlly r e v i v i n g ciiKine to 170 w i t h improved economy and performance. The 11)52 model goes on display tomorrow | plays (rum B r o a d w a y , " which i s | a l 'h^J'j^"^ '^_ k t ^ m . l ""- v ' _ ! her ;;na! In Dallas. ' ~ " . . _ . . . serve as honorary pallbearers. Mn. Marian Pitchtr Wilkinson Funeral serrvice for Mrs. M a r i a n Lucrclia Pitcher W i l k i n s o n , 48, Fayctlcvillc resident and business woman for 1(1 years who died yes- Icrdav, were lo bo conducted Ibis a f t e r n o o n at 2 o'clock in St. Paul's Episcopal Church by t h o rtev. Alarms .1. L i n d l o f f . p a s t o r . Requiem cueharist was held at 10 a.m. today. Services will bo held tomnrrrr.v at 10 a.m.. in Memorial Park in Tulsa. Okla., wilh cremation following. Nelson's Kuncral Home is in charge nf arran.qomonts. A c t i v e pallbearers arc Hush K i n c a i d , Dr. C. G. Melton, Herbert Lewis, .Jarncs K. r-rc^ory, W. C. W h i l f i c l d , and F.arl Dyes?. Frank riisgall,' James Ptak. Ellis A. It M. prcsiilcnt, succeeding the SlieHon, V i r g i l Blossom. Jasper · lato Dr. Henry G. Bennett. Pycali. .Jacl: Reed. DonaTu Truinbo, j A p p o i n t m e n t was made yesler- l l a y d o n Mcllroy. .lames Kays, f ] a y |, u t announcement withheld Herman T u r k . Charles Crockett,! Walton Polk, Sam G c a r h a r l , [ b nW ^ tMv n o t i f i e d . Morris Collier. Dale Kent. Leo M. Rogers, and Leland F.ryan. Willham Named President 01 Sooner Aggies Succeeds Bennett, Who Was Killed In Air Crash Oklahoma City - f/TI - H«ents for O k l a h o m a A. M. Colleges Inday announced selection of Dr. Oklahoma New swcrpspcnr mnlilliiss, new rear (curler ornaiticnls and r. redesigned bumper-grille combination rli.stinRuiidies t h i s two-door Buick Roadrnastor R i v i e r a for Ifl52. H f e a t u r e s a Airpowcr carburetor, h i g h e r compression and new m a n i f o l d i n g thai boosts llie horsepower o u t p u t of its F i r e b a l l - e i g h t w - ;-. . r. r. t D.A.R. Delegates nmlcr which v / e r c ' t h p hriric and i members present, bridegroom dolls,, pn each side · · - - ··· " '"·· 'nnf)'ert!t"'wVtii 'Mr*. Myi tic ] I ' r i ' K r a m f r o m y e a r to .voar. a l l ( l . W a r n p H Tn ' u l ('outer vas one of | H u M I G U I U wun IVM.*. i v i y n w i * s,. There were n l l l i n l Hie A ,. of tlic arch wore.buncliM of m i n i - eture while chrysitiHncinumE and white t u l l e miosM w l l n l n c a1 '- r«n««ni«nlK Mrft.il.-W. B u t l e r . Jr., mother . o f . IhcrAmmrtf, presided «'. Ihe table. , · · " Last, niithl.Miss Duller was cn- terlalnrd by Mm, Jnck llylmiri n t her home, 2 2 0 ' East 1/aInycUe Stre«t. Games were played rlur- ine the evening, .followed ly a trciurc h u n t in .which t h e Hues! o f - honor (mind hrr I'wwcr of handkerchiefs under a pln'i crepe paper parasol i n - t h e center pf I h e dining room table. A celnr nhcinc of pink and \nlilte was r n r r i r d u ' i t In the refreshments. Mrs. Duller Mrs. W. K. C h a s t a l n , prrslil presided f l u r l n i i the business meeting, nl which lime Mrs. H a r e gave a drvoilonal taken from t h e he f i n e s t in thi. 1 c o u n t r y . New ROTC Policy gave n drvoilonal token from t h e A ,,..,-,,.-..,,,,1 II,. nook of Ads, the subject bcinB Announced m "Krlrndshlp." She closed her d l s - 1 ~ , ... .. russlon wilh a poem. "A H c a u l i f u l | C()I. Day." Mrs. Sands, program lender, presented a questionnaire on I n H dents, pluces and characters of tl Bible. Members were allowed '.Ml questions on these subjects. Following the program, guests adjourned the where Ihe t a b l e was decorated w i t h a centerpiece of nweet peas and a larse b i r t h d a y cake holding six candles. One of Ihe candles represented the class and f i v e were for the live members who h a v e b i r t h d a y s d u r i n g t h e m o n t h presided at t h e punch bowl. j nf J a n u a r y . ' M i s s M a r y Roberts Cjurslr who atlciulcd wrre Miss .li.net Dlekmsn, Miss Nancy Lane, Mrs. Carolyn Hathcock, assisted in serving and Mrs. Chas- lain cut and served the cake. The next meeting Avlll be held Delegates to t h e s t a t e rjonvrntinn I of D.A.H.. w h i c h will ho held in I Pine B l u f f next m o n t h , were named at tho. meeting of the M a r i o n Chaplcr nf D./i.n. yesterday. Delegates included Mrs. L. L. Maxtor, regent, Mrs. Lelnml Bryan, Miss .lulia V a u l x , Miss Georgia Obituary funeral Services For Capt. Morrow Tuesday Rogers-(Spccial)-The body of Mrs. Floro G:lbreath Smith Funcral'service for Mrs. Flora Gilbrrath Smith, lifelong resident u n t i l r,ov. Johnston Murray could ,· n o t i f i c d . W i l l h a m was put i n . c h a r g e of the school when Bonnctl l e f t to assume t h e role of chief of President Truman's Point Four pro- cram in 1050. He was named executive vice president at. the of West Fork and widow of t h c ; t i nf , , L , t a j n c d that position l a t e A. P. Smith, who diorl Monday i i n | i j (otl l\ll.si , m i r t v n i n A , ,,,I.,.T ^.^tiih" Tile d e p a r t m e n t of the A r m y N o r m a n , Mrs. N o r m a n Payne, Mrs ns :imu,im('r(l n new r t O T ( ' l r \ f-\ H A . , . , rlnl.t 1M .-r I f\ M M I r , . new ROTC policy, w h i c h w i l l result In I10TC liradualcs l e c e l v i i i ^ their orders /or a c t i v e d u t y al the name lime Ihe.v receive t h e i r commissions. This is ii f l e p f i l t u r e f r o m previous policy whereby IIOTC firaduales m i K l H not be ordered to aclive d u t y for several m o n t h s a f t e r receiving t h e i r commissions. Col. Henry Neil.'.on, PMST, advised. Furthermore, the ROTC stdcnt O. 0. M i i x f i c l d , M r s . 1. O. M i l l e r , G. Mellon, and Miss . A f t e r the business session. Dr. Horsey Jones of the d e p a r t m e n t of history nl t h e University, K a v e :i t a l k on Turkey. He summarized his t a l k by saying, "The larce peasant p o p u l a t i o n has an an- l i p a l h y fnr Russia. Turkey is fac- InR the West and is our bcsl f r i e n d in Ihe Hast." c r i l l i n f ; Mrs. M a r y Smitli, telephone 2fl77-\V, a f t e r .1 p. m., or Miss M i l l i e Davis at the VA Hosp i t a l Nurses Home. SlirillRddlr Gardfn Cluh The S p r i n g d a l c f'.ardcn C l u b w i l l meet M o n d a y at 2 p. m.. at ' Iho home of Mrs. W. C. Hadcn i w i t h Mrs. D. O. Smith as co- f mstcss. R o l l call w i l l be answer- i Capt. Douglas E. Morrow. 34. RoB- ;d bv tcllina "my garden rrsolu- I crs N a t i o n a l Guard o f f i c e r killed ; ion." The program topic w i l l be I in K o l c a October 8. l i l o l , w i l l ar- , · W i n t e r Bomiucts," and win . h c rive hefo Sunday i i i c h t f r o m O a k ; n charec of Mrs. B. B. firncdon. ! '»"''. C a l i f - Thc bnd v w l " bc m r l I'horc w i l l also bo a discussion of i "t "if rnllroarl station by an honor i m c l y topics ' guard oorr.posod of men who PCTV- ". l e d w i t h Captain Morrow i n t h e , r.oshrn Meihodlsl Chnrrh I 142nd Field Artillery d u r i n a i Douclas Brewer, pastor, assisted by the Rev. John Asbcll. B u r i a l was in the West Fork cemetery under the direction of the Watson Mortuary. Pallbearers were Roy Karnes. Tom Carter, T. L. M o K n i q h t , W. E. Phillips. H u r l Carter, ami E. A. Stockburgcr. i ( r a d u a l i n « In J u n e , may now s t a l e ! his p r e f e r e n c e of month of e n - 1 _ .. trance o n in-live d u l y -- J u l y , A u - j Shower C o m p l i m e n t s iiws. t . n i i i i v i i i i n n i i . . i - · ; · " ! '") M gi'fl. or Scptomhor. ROTC s t u d e n t s . M r - M a r a o r e t M u r n h v C a t h r r i n e McCartney, Miss Alice I K n b r u a r y 20, alMh.: home of Mu. I w h o ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,, 1| ,| r ,, ! ,| their acr, : M r S ' ^°rgarei u p y Catherine McCartney, Miss Alice r r u a r v , a w h o liavl , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, l c , ,,,.,, P.ridwk. Miss Virgin* Hrorwugen, ·'"f. C " v " 1 ",r';." n " G , "' ] " , S ' ' '^'"i' "".TM V'" "? M " mA u . 11 '|" · 'TM'" 5 - Miss Sully IngelE, MI»B M a i y John Skilfrrn, Mrs. Al'cUln Enson, Jr., Mrt Ernctl Stunberry, Mrs. Jim Vounkln and Mrs. Butler. ' Lloyd Pond I: lee ted Shrine Potentate Uoyd H. Pond of Pine B l u f f , native of Fayctteville and son of Mr. ind MIT. U, J. Pond of Kay- ettf.villc. WBJ elccteil illustrious potentate of $aharn Shrine Tcm- ple.ln Pine B l u f f Tuenduy nl«ht. M TM- ment o f f i c i a l of the Arkansas Powrr »nH Light Company, Hc ha« lived In Pine B l u f f slnw 11133. He win serve as Shrlne po.enl.te dm inn lO-J^. DISSTON Choin SAWS 4-9-12 H.P. MERCURY'MOTORS PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Ihry rocr-ivo t h o i r dcgrcs or w i t h d r a w f r o m college. Fd Baxter President Of Pi Kappa Alpha Tho U n i v e r s i t y c h a p t e r of Pi K a p p a A l p h a f r a t e r n i l y h a s n a m e d Ell Baxter, Hatosvillc, president for t h e coming year. Other new officers are: Jack G a r d n e r , Wynne, vice- president; Charles Morton, Crossott, sc.orcUiry, Joe Ely, F.I Dorado, l i o a s u r c r ; anil Joe Pete Mc- Noil, Momplli.s, Tonn.. social chairman. Thc f r a t e r n i t y lias recently pledged B i l l Cowan. FayiMtovillc; .loo Carl G u l p , N o r t h L l t t l o Rock: Sammy Dumas, F.I Dnrado, and l.amar M c H a n , Lake Village. Couple's Club Meet At Moseley's Home j Tho Delta G a m m a A l u m n a e I Mr and M r s . David A. Hood, I Couple's L'lub mot last night al Jr., of l,ong Bi-ach, C a l i f . , a n - j t h e home of Mai and M i s . Fred Salem H.D. Club Plans Repair Of Building Mrs. Floyd Johnson and Mrs. Jack H u l c h l n s o n were hostesses lo Ihe Salem Home Demonstration Club Wednesday at the Salem C o m m u n i t y House. Before d i n n e r , the group q u i l t e d and d u r i n g the a f t e r n o o n a demonstration was given by Mrs. , Baker on how to make corsages j from nylon hose. - ·· 1 1 om i i y m o MUM . Is »n engineering depart- During Ihe business m e e t i n g , Iht club voted to p n l n l t h e com m u n i t y hotiso nnd repair t h e roof. Oht xamc was ulayerl by t h e A p i n k and b l u o shower compli- m e n t i n g M r s . M a r g a r e t Brooks M u r p h y was given Wednesday j i R l l t at t h e homo of Mrs. George G r a y on City I ' » k o Road. N u m e r o u s games wrre player! a f t e r t h e R i f t s wore u n w r a p p e d b y the honoiec. R e f r e s h m e n t s of angel fond cake and p u n c h wore served d u r i n g the e v e n i n g lo ,17 ·s. Elmer Wler w l n . n i i m i.,t K....IO prlx.i'. Thc two mystery packages were u'on by Mrs. .!. W. Thompson and Jack Hutchinson. Personals Howard Barnes l o f l Thursday for New London. Conn., where he is stationed w i t h t h e Coast G u a r d , a f l e r s p e n d i n g 111 days here w his parents, Mr. and M r s . R. W. Bnrne.s. ' Mrs. Artie Bridenthal Maguirs Faycttoville more t h a n 75 years, who died Monday night, were held Wednesday al I I a.m. in Iho Watson M o r t u a r y by Dr. W a l t e r Johnson, pastor of the First Baptist Church, of which she was a member. Burial was in llie Fail-view Ibcarcra wore Jerome McRoy. The'Wcv."fin"v"'Gran't!''Bernice ' w o r l d War I I . Tho guard w i l l b c ' Fred R a c d r l s Jack need. Paul commander! by Capl. Lawrence GuisinscT, Carl Gray. Lylc Bryan, and Clay Carter of Springdale. La., w i l l bo guest speaker in t h e ·· Evangelistic Service at Ooshcn ! "'"" n f ""f"' 5 - Mayor R. I,. Vogt Methodist C h u r c h , s t a r t i n g s u n - ; w i l l also be present, day at 11 a. m. Thn n i g h t s e r v i c e 1 Captain Morrow -was born N o ( w i l l bc hold at 7:30 p. m., Sunday vc-mbor 37, 1 P I 7 , near P a r n g o u l d - ! t h r o u g h Friday. served as Asgio president for more than a q u a r t e r of a century. W i l l h a m is a former A. and M. s t u d e n t , and received his Bachelor of Science decree in agriculture in 1823. Hc majored in a n i m a l h u s b a n d r y . He received master's and doctor's degrees at Iowa State University. Hc came to teach at A. M. ill 1335 as assistant professor of animal husbanrdry. Hc was promoted to assooiatc professor, professor, and vice rlean of agriculture by 183!). W i l l h a m was born on a f a r m at deal-water, Kan., June 26, 1901. M a i n e was the first s t a t e ' l o ratify Ihe i)ro-;o..cd :J2nd Amendment lo t h e U. S. Constitution. It would l i m i t In two Hie number of l«rms any perron mav serve «s president of the United Stales. Mrs. Moore Purchases Barren's Ceramics He came lo Bcnton C o u n t y w i t h his p a r e n t s in 102!). and moved to Rogers in 193fi. Hc was a graduate nf t h e Rotors schools. Called to d u t y w i t h the H2nd Field A r l i l - ; lery. Arkansas N a t i o n a l G u a r d . : Mrs. M r d f i Moore has purchased ' ho served as an a r t i l l e r y o f f i c e r in | Harron's Ceramics from Mrs. M i l - I \Vorlil War H. In A u g u s t . 1050. rlrerl Ban-on, and has re-opened · 1 10 u-as placed on m i l i t a r y leave the business at 906 West Norf ' Street, it was announced today. rlrerl Ban-on, and has re-opened ! 1 10 u-as pi..*.. ..- . _ . · · the business at 906 West N o r t h j by the postal service to a g a i n cn- ' tor federal seivice--this time on August 2fl w i t h the Rogers b a t t e r y of Ihe MGth Field A r t i l l e r y Bat- · t a l i o n nf the Nnlional Guard. SALES REPORTED- CONTINUED FROM PArif; INK chases. He-said t h a t d u t y devolved S u r v i v i n g are his w i f e , Mrs. nouncc the Wrlli rf"i ^."Mlch.,. ^"^^"a^s, Braillcy, Thursday. Mrs. Reed was the former Miss Elsie V i r g i n i a i Suttlc, d a u g h t e r of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Suttlc of F a y e l t o v i l l o . On Thl Squirt THE BLAfRS, STATIONERS Th« Oldttl OMIct Supply HOUM in Northwul Arkin« IT'S VALENTINE TIME Wt havi Iht an« you wont, from Ic to $5.00 *ach ll'l Lirgnl StlKllon -- Slyltd by Gibion II. \V. McR.-ic a r r i v e d Iliis n i n r n - inir (mm M i i l l : i r u l , Texas, to visil w i t h Mr. anrl Mrs. T. KwinR Shellon. He will r e t u r n to Miclliind to- L n - 1 mO rrov.- n i g h t nccompnniiHl by his ...is .» . j \\-lfe f i n d riiiURhter, Beth, who I l l « h scores in bridse were won , m . c h( , cn Rllc! . ls of l h c shcltons. on the p u i chasillK a R cnf, whn WHS i Ch.irlene M n r r n w nf HOKCI'S; one | n rllrect n p p n i n t c e of tlie Rnvernnr. | cbllRhter, K a r k s Kanrbnee; one Baker snirl lie. li:id n o - p a r t in n i i m - ; snn. M.irlin 13. M o r r o w ; his p a r - j ing the p u r c h i i s i n R aEcnt. He .^niil ; ents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. i also t h a t he coulri not rceall ever j M o r r o w of Fayctteville Route 6; h a v i n g sUKSestcd t h a t a purchase i n j s m , n t(,|iial c r a n c i r a t h e r , .Inseph be made from a p a r t i c u l a r vendor, i H Clark of n e a r Fayetteville' The former hishway d i r e c t o r | |h ' rc( , brnt]wrs _ Durwarri C. Mat-, ^^n 'r' 0 -'' /° ii C c . ·' , 111 . 0 'J i row and Thtirplon O. Morrow o f ! t h e tru'dt" U i"i mieslion. He sakl ], c I F a y e t t e v i l l e , and G r a y d n n S ; did not know of the discounts tin- · Morrow of .TaelJFon, C a l i f . , anil til a f l e r t h e purchases were made,1 f i v e sisters. Mrs. T t a n d a l l Beeves, and did not know t h a i I h e vv)liis!-1 nf Spur, Texas. Mrs. Floyd D. lions for the purchases originally I puts nf Fort Smith, Mrs. Bob indicated no provision for a riis-1 f; u n n l l i|y nf Abilene. Texas. Mrs. | Leslie Crablrec of Lake Jaeksnn. Decotur Residents Win Contamination Suit B c n t o n v i l l e - (Spetial) - A IJr- catur couple was awarded SDflO in a cbniaBc suit asainst the Pludd Poultry Company, Dcratur, by a C i r c u i t Court jury here yesterday. The couple, Ralph C. and Lena C. Cheney, had asked SG.OItn for riamaccs allegedly sustained from the c o n t a m i n a t i o n nf a stream r u n n i n g through the Cheney property. It was charged the w a t e r was polluted by waste Iroin the poultry p l a n t . Better Cough Relief! When flew drup or old fail to stop j your couetl or chest cold don t delay. Crcomuljion contains only rafc. helpful, proven inprejicnts and no nar- | cotic.s to ilhturb nature's process. It (toes right to the scat of llie trouble to by Mr. and M i s . Guy l.ehn. Following t h e !.'.imo. r c f r o r h m c n l r wore served by t h e hosts. MGiowii home remtdy to reliert of child's cold Koln or wo*, you »otlo io wti.n At |ord«r'i lowl Afl«r all, a r«frl§ii[oloi holdi only o '«· dor' '"PP'y °' yoo cirhtr brov« tht itorm or your fomily go«i on "ihort roliont." Yoy iKop only on nicn doyi wh*n you owno genuine Deepfre* i e H o m e F i e # z « f I Itcoun it ilor*! enough dellcloui loodi for i«»«rol «»»H, you con wall for e. doy tlwt'i right I Your first choice for quality and convenience is a genuine Deepfreeze Home Freezer * r '*" ·' t«nv«ni«ru« and latiifoction «f« ytun with · i.nuln. DopftMH Hom« Frttur. M'« hultl f | , |!f ( lim-- and k««p · vori«ry ·( dnt fe«lt · A fnyt f«f iti'lf in nvlngi h«cnult y«u buy kdtar f»ll in ^uo»l»r irt 10% le 25% nvlnfl. You c»n rnlly lulu «lv«nl«i« ·' "morlc«l ipttloU" tool * Iv»ry tenv«nl»nn you could w«nl, m«ny ·«· tluilvt wllti D»pfr**ill Cht» Iht rllht *n« f*r y.vt lomlly fr*m kMutlful 7, 11, \7 «nd 11 «. PI. 'f only on* g»nwin« CY CARNEY APPLIANCE CO. "Depend on Us for Service" South Sid« Squart Phone 1728 Sgl. F.rhvin V. l.yon. 1 :. finrnu-e d o p f l r t m o n t . has rcporlcfl for d u l y w i l h t h e Army ROTC U n i t , rc- pl.ncinR SRt. K. K. Mt-nrynolcls who IIIIK licon retired for "physical rlis- n l ) i l i t y , it has bron alinnliiu-orl by Cnl. Henry Ncllsnn. I J MST. Ser- RPIlMt Lyons will assist Maj. Iloti- Iwn D. Pnrkcr, f r e s h m a n liOTC i n s t r u r t n r . refunds money. Crcomulsion has stood the lest of many millions of users. Troin for th« Top Baker, who resigned I")eccmbor to enter p r i v a t e business, was Learn Many Secretarial Skilll Business shorthand machine operation or bookkeeping-we offer every course you need to make 6 c o r e e r of your job. Enroll today. Fayelleville Business College "The School You'll like" 309 W. Dickson Phon« tS Texas, and Mrs. M a x Traphagan ] _ of Fayctteville. questioned h h c f l v vestcrdav in t h e I . , second session 'of the A r k a n s a ! Fu '»-' :l1 wrviccs W1 " '· m ' .? " c '? cl! " r . al mi.utoru.m h Cpl. Charles 1). Elmer of SpritiR- dale, a i r m a n al Sandia Base. N. M.. i.-r r e U i r n i n R to t h e U n i v e r s i l y to complete his studic* for a Bachelor of Eduralton deftrco MR is e o n t i n u i i i R his studios unrler "Operation Roolstrao," » plan whieli enables members of I h e armed fnrees lo complete t h e i r education, provided they can re- i celve t h e i r degree in six month.-: r of study, l second session 01 Hie m hiin.--,t l H i g h w a y A u d i t Commission's pub- | ' l u c t TM \ . . -,,,·,,-. h .. lie hearings. That session produced l h c h | K h """"I a u o i t o i i u m h . testimony t h a t : i f-" 1 " O l i p T ' "" Cf " Turi.mear, : 1. Governor M c M a l h ' s e x e c u t i v e ! N. M.. .ind Elrio.r R a l p h Gage of secretary, Henrv Woods, had l o j Fort Smth. Buna ml be i n H o s approve all cquipmeirt purchases T' cemetery under he d i r e c t i o n · of the H i g h w a v D e p a r t m e n t . n f '"· Burns Funeral Home. Ac- 2. Woods also selected the d e a l e r ''« pallbearers will bc Korean lo do business w i t h the stale. I veterans and former members of t 3. Persons who did business; tbo I 4 2 " c l - Olh £ r _ w i l h tile Higiiway Department J ^^n--^^mmmmm were asked to m a k e political cam · o n t r i b u t i n n s . CREOMULSION nlitril Ollhl, Ch..l CeUt, *«'* »»ntliilil Suffocating "Hot Flashes" stopped or strikingly relieved in 63-80%* of coses in doctors' tests! · A r e YOU eoinfj thrmich you know what it has done "rhnnpt! nf lifr" . . . sutfiM'- lor n//(rr.7.' Ins I ho "lint IlaMirs." r.pr- But do you know what It vims tPiision, irritability, win do tnr vow* Kot *' y"'1 wrnknor-s and othrr lynps hnvcu'i c\|)frioncrri iv.e f)i-f of iiuirUnnally-cruiserl m^- "f trnMon. · flRHHPs nmi irrj- Iress of this difficult t i m n ? «.-»"VinleM ° 4. PrrKons rloing business w i t h lliat dcparlnipnt presented Christmas R i f l s , sometimes cash, to state ; employes. Kf*p «p with Ihe Umer the Time* itally. --read Neal and Smartly Slyled Hair- cut» and Good Clean Shaves HAIRCUTS ONLV 50e WHITE'S B A R B E R SHOP 405 W. DICKSON Then . . . lirrr'.i "nope [nr you! ' I n fsts by doctors, L v d i a P i n k h n m ' s C o m pound and Table!.· uave r r l i r f from .such distrcf-s... in G3 and SO 1 r . (rrpncc- tivrlyi nf thr rases t r ^ t r d . Covipletr wf ft iking relief! Surely you know t h a t Lyciia Plnkha'm's is srir.titiReally ' njodcni in ac.lionf Kurrly R f f o r p u n n t t i r r clay h a s p;ia.ifrt. t r y Lvdia Pinkhnrn's . . . Uic Vei;etnhlp Compmmri. n r n e * . i w p r o t - r d T a b l e t s w i t h nriHrrl Irnn . . . nnd rtls- covrr how imich cntifT your "rhansfi of life" imy be! .VnivucfT iroiti'ii ntirf pir/,i-- d i i f t r r l n e f r o m f u n ' - H o i i B l pains nnrt rtisirn^ n: nirn- ' s - - w n n d r r f n l \cn*. II rojiim pnin-rirfl(f' 1 iiin(7 drugs! * no Sam K. G c a r h a r t of the T l ^ K S | \vill leave tonionn\\' lo a t t e n d t h e i N c w s p n p c r A d v c r t i s i n e K x c c u l i v o | Asj^nrintion m r r t i i i R at the Kciyo- ' w a t e r Hoaeli M n t e l , Chiracn. 111., which will he lielH Sunday t h r n u p h Werinesdiiy, From there IIP w i l l go to the M a r i o n H o t e l in l . i t l l e Roi-u, where h e w i l l a t t e n d t h e A r k a n - sas rrcss Association meet ins. n e x t F r i d a y a n d S a t u r d a y , SRI. K. S. MrRrvnnUl*:. n f t e r t h r e e nmnths 1 lni?;pltiili^atinn al H i o n k c General H o ^ p i t n l . San A n - tonio, Texas, lias hern retired for physical H i s n h j l i i y , a r r n r d i n c to i n f i i n i u i t t n n received by Col. Hen- \ ry Neilson, PMS^T. Serpe;int Mr- lleynolris IIHS been on d u t y w i t h t h r A i r n y ROTC U n i t . K i i y o t t e - ' v i l l e . f o r three a n d n n e - h n l f yeais. He plans to reside here w i t h his family. Announcements Chllrtrrn'x Story Hour Thf C h i l d r e n ' s Story l l n u r w i l l be held al Ihe Cit.y M h r n r y tomorrow nl lll:.TD n. ni. w i t h Miss BHrbiun Hennell ay story teller. K».vfl(r*lllf DIMrlct Nur*f* Tlie K a y e l t e v i l l e Oislnct N ' u n e s will hold a d i n n e r meeting at Fersuson 1 .-? d i n i n g room at fl:M p. m., Mnndfiy, K c b r u a r y 4. Dr. .for Hall will .«prnk on "The M e H - ie*1 find Nur.«in Anperl.1 of R h e n - niftMc Kever," All r r f r i A n t i o n s nre lo hf mudf hy ,lanuar.v 24, by Earl Williams Receives Highest Award Earl N. Williams (center), General Agent of tlie Pyramid life Insurance Company in ihis city, received on January 14 an award from Mr. Bob Whitney, President of llie National Sales Executives, for his outstanding sales performance during the year of 1951. He was voted the outstanding man wilh his company in competition with all of the company's agency men in the State of Arkansas. Mr. Williams is lo be especially congratulated since the Pyramid Life Insurance Company has for the post three years written more ordinary life policies on Arkansas people than ony other company, domestic or foreign. After addressing the Little Rock Sales Managers' Club, Mr. Whitney presented lo Mr. Williams the "Distinguished Salesman Award." This honor is bestowed in recognition of Ihe following traits which are absolute requisites In the development of a distinguished salesman: Character, the keystone in building a career. Intelligence for understanding the many problems in selling. Product "knowledge, essential in building customer confidence. Enthusiasm to create a buying frame of mind. Initiative to create doy-to-day drive toward success. Servic* aft«r th« »ale lo moin'tain customers. PYRAMID of Courtesy at all times under all trying conditions. Community Aclivily performed in tlie inleryt of b«ne- (il lo ollicrs. loyally lo your Company, your customers, and your Soles Profession. k CE COMPANY nsas

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