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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 11, 1952
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fMITHWtST AMANSAS TUNIS, ArktitM*. *Undテつォy, II, 1M1 War Games Continue, Seven Soldiers Die They Eat- In Austria Men Injured In Accidents Plane Loaded With Paratroopers Crashes In Taking Off Camp Drum, N. Y.-(7P)-Tho big- テつサcale winter war same of the . Army and Air Force entered its third day today with a death toll of seven. A paratrooper plane crash, a railroad crossing smash-up and ac- j cidents in parachute jumps yesterday claimed seven lives. Ninetec'n other "fighting men" were injured in the "warfare" phase of "Exercise Snowfall:" The toll since the first practice phase of the exercise started a month ago rose to nine dead and 117 injured. Four of those who died yesterday were crewmen of a C-46 transport loaded with paratroopers, which crashed in taking off from Wheeler-Sack Airfield here. Five . others were injured seriously enough to require hospitali/ation. The nose of the plane, in which the crew was located, was ripped apart by the impact, but the passenger -section in which .32 fully equipped soldiers were riding, was damaged only slightly. Two men were billed and f i v e .hospitalized when a true!-: participating in the. maneuvers was struck by a freight train at a grade crossing. The third paratrooper to die in jump accidents since the start of the exercise was killed shortly after the plane crash. Grower Clinic To Be Held At Springdale Hut A strawberry, tomato and cucumber clinic will be held at the Springdale Legion Hut Friday, February 15, at in a. m., with Dan Ingruni as master of ceremonies. Speakers will cover all angles of all three subjects. Following invocation by the Hcv. Stanley Jordan of Springdale be Sp: . During the morning County Agent Carl Rose will discuss fertilization of strawberries, and' Gordon Barnes, University extension entomologist, will talk on insect control. The market outlook will be outlined by Clay Moore and Hoy Lambert, and Dr. V. M. Walts of the University will talk on tomato plant proriuc- Sal/burg. Austria--CpL Richard McC'orltle, of Faycltcville, Ark., ( l e f t ) , and Sgl. L. B. ijcrryhill of Savannah, Tenn., cook over a'portable stove during "Kxcrcise Sno\vihoc : " a recent maneuver staged by U, S. Forces in Austria. The two soldiers are members of Battery B, 510th Field Artillery Battalion, and the scene is a forest a few miles west of Salzburg, Austria, in lower Bavuria. (U. S. Army Photo). Springdale Mrs. H. L. Haynes, who was a patient at the County Hospital last week for observation and treatment, hfis returned to the home of her dnuqhtor, Mrs. Stanley Jor- also a state director of the Professional School Photographers Association. Several members of the Chris-1 i:m Womens Fellowship attended! lie meeting held in Siloam jprings, Friday afternoon and also :hc tea sponsored by the CWF テつキirganization of Siloam Springs. Mrs. 0. O. Green of Springriale was the special speaker on the program and used for her talk テつキ'Friendship." Mrs. Walter Haggard is troop leader and Mrs J. S. Robinson assistant troop leader for the Brownie Troop sponsored by the Robert E. Lee Parent Teacher Association, Barbara Crain was elected president. Kayc Wilson reported for the three month term of office they will hold. The Springdale Association of Presbyterian Women will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. A. E "John" Allen on Allen street. ' The Steadfast Sunday School class of the first Baptist church will held their regular monthly class social Monday night at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Richard Harris on West Emma Avenue. The Dorcas Welfare Society of the Adventist Church will meet for a federated meeting all flay Tuesday at the church. Aicovered dish luncheon w i l l ' b e served at the noon hour. The guest speaker will be Elder Henry Brown from the general conference. Elder Barwell from the Union conference and Elder Wcstermycr from the oca! conference. Everyone is invited to attend. Approximately '200 Cubs and Cub adult leaders attended the annual Blue and Gold banquet 1 Shoots Husband To Death As Children Watch Trying To Smother Baby, She Reports; No Charges Filed Shreveporl, La.-Wl 1. y ti u n K woman yesterday shot and killed her husband as their three children watched "because he was smothering her baby," a deputy sheriff reported. Dr. J. D. Hall, coroner of adjacent Bossier Parish County, clas- si'lrd the death of Teen. Sst. 0. held Friday night in the dining room of the First Methodist church at 7:30 o'clock. D. D. Denver was the toastmaslcr for the program. Rev. Jim Workman pastor of the Wesley Methodist church on Hunlsville street gave the hixh light talk of the evening using as his subject "Tokens and Totems." Rev. H, M. Lewis pastor of the First Methodist church gave t h e t invocation. The singinR,* was led j by Lawrence Layman with Mrs. Joe. Holt at the piano. A film "High O'er the Border" was shown. Melvin C. Kenn gave the welcome address. L. Gibson, 27, "justifiable homl- eitle." Deputy Sheriff Steve Norris slid Mrs. Gibson told this story: Her husband was sleepini off a "hangover" in their tourist court residence about two mile: north o( here. Their one-year-old d a u g h ter, Sarlinc. tried lo sain Ills attention by ( D i k i n g to him and pulling nt his clothing. Gibson grabbed the child and placed his hand over 1 ;r (sec. When Mrs. Gibson attempted to p u l l the child free, Gibsui, pushed his wife away. She not an automatic pistol from a dresser rirawci and shot her husband U.rough the chest. He attempted to grab the r u n and she shot him again, this I time from H distance of about IS I inches. Gibson died instantly. In the room yesterday besides the parents and the youngest d j u g h t c r were the Gibsons' three- year-old twin daughters, M a r l c n e and Darlenc. Gibson, stationed at nearby P.arksdale Air Force base, had lived at t h e tourist court since Dc- I ccinber. His home was in Thayer, Mo. In the TIMES-- It nui. 2 YEAR ROSE BUSHES 55c (rider Bros, Nursery GREENLAND, ARK. Wcst Emma Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. M. K Mitchell, who live one mile west of Springdale, held open house Sunday afternoon from 1 o'clock to 4 o'clock in observance of their 55th wed- j ding anuiversarv. Mrs. Mitchell is I 7(1 and Mr., Mitchell is 79 years I dan oil AHcn'stVeXM "and M"S. i nl ' i : ' S "' ur ?' fTMpds and relatives Hnyncs make their home here, j cnllod riunn S t n l s llmc The Springdale Canton Two o f ' , T ^ Lutheran Womcns Misslon- thc 1OOF held installation of officers Friday night. The following were installed: .1. A. Davidson, Keith Went?., lieutenant; Mays, ensign; Roy Mc- Camcy, banner bearer; J. H. Ferguson, guard; J. H. Cooper, sentinel; H. L. Ferris, picket These officers \veru installed by the installing officers Col W. H. Watson, nf GravrHc, Colonel Recce of Bentonville, adjutants, Maj. Loyd Francisco, chaplain; Capt. Milo Washburn, aid. Rev. and Mrs. A. L. Leake will ary "League meet Tuesday 1 nieht at 7:30 o'clock in the base-I mcnt of the church. Mrs. Mauriee i Boycr and Mrs. Walter Bird will! he the hostess and Mrs. Edna i Hickcn will lend the topic. The Presbyterian Women's evening circle of the Missionary society will meet Tuesday night at 7f30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Russell Seay on Pleasant street. Hoy G. Nixon and J. 13. Black | have just recently returned from i a meeting held in Kansas City, 1 Mo., of the United States Cam-O session tion. At noon a free lunch will be le the welcoming address will Rev. and Mrs. A. L. Leake will corporation. Nixon was named given by Gilbert Sisco of'lhclH"TM ;1 TM 10 program each day representative for this firm, in iringdale Chamber of Commerce, '"onaay tmoiiKli J-'noay Iiiiin .11:15 Arkansas. In this position he will . ,,_ _ ..:.*,, ..m-cinn 0 CIOCK OV01 l a d l o Station t p a r h ntVlplx ( h i t a r l nf M l i n l テつサ _ served by the Chamber of Commerce, and at 1:15 p. m. Dr. John Bowers of the University horticultural department will speak on the fertilization of tomatoes. He will be followed by Dr. iw Fulton of the plant pathology department, speaking on disease prevention. The final talk, at 2 p.m., will be by Earl J. Allen, Gordon Barnes and Dr. Fulton. They will discuss cucumber production. Open discussions will be held after each talk. Holds Foreign Policy Has Been Si-Partisan Washington -(/1V American foreign policy since 1942 "hns-in general been bipartisan in its niiijor aspects" despite contrary contentions by some Republicans, says a report prepared for Senator Spark- KBRS. Evory onn is invited In listen lo this program. Reverend Leake is the WashhiRton-Miidison Counties Associations! missionary. They arc taking the time that had been used by Johnny Womack. Pete Toptcrs of Sprintfdale entered a hospital in Memphis, Tenn., over the weekend where he will undergo a stomach operation. Rev. and Mrs. Bon Nicholas, v/erc guests over the weekend of Mrs. Nicholas' parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hallock of 201 South Main street. Rev. Nicholas is in school in Kansas. テつキ*テつキ l テつキJust the blouse you've been looking for ... and at a price. 49 Only at $119 I the Womans of the First The circles of Missionary Society Baptist diurch will meet at the following places Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Ann Judson j circle will intel at the church, Thelma Bagliy circle, Mrs. Robert Harris on West Emma Avenue; Irene R r a n u m circle, Mrs. Troy | fiyan, 320 Putman street; Wilm'a. Weeks circle, Mrs. D. O. Smith,, 418 Allen street; Jewel Abcrnalhy j circle w i t h Mrs. W. C. Haden on Maple Drive. The Winsome Sunday School class of tho First Baptist church j will have their regular monthly f social at the home of Mrs. Stanley I Jordan on Allen street Tucsdav ' , ' night at. 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. W. T. i C Pitts, Jr., will bring the devo- ; tional. | Edith Ki'iin. daupghler of Mr., and Mrs. Melvin Keen of 1610 n A I , I Theodore Drive, is suffering f r o m ; '"TM ,, i ,, i a ,,.nv,i-nr -iai.l to I " " a l l i l c k of glandular fever and i The Alabama iHWiukci wit* to- brf day the report, just published ..s i wccks rcst , a Senate document, was prompted | Mra s vicrhcllcr of Fort Worth, j ' by charges in Congress ' that the Texas, spent the past wcok_visit-! テつキ administration had not sought the advice and help of representatives ing her granddaughter, Mrs. Friedman Sisco, and also her grandsons, of the minority Republican party i Charles and Kenneth Sisco, o f , in the formulati policy.'' ' ncpuoneaii pui 'j I ^narics HIIU jxunncui OI.ILU, 111 , ^ ion of our foreign j Sprinjjdale. j S The Rev. Stanley Jordan, pastor j I _. of the First Baptist church o f , * Two Held Fur 1'olice Keylcsvillc, Mo.-(7P)-Two Hcbei Springs, Ark., men were held here today for Scarcy, Ark., police on a charge of breaking jail. Sheriff Clcve Iman identified the .men as Frank Sweat, 21, and his 17- year-old brother, Gcorscc. He said the men admitted oriiping from the Scarcy jail and stealing an automobile in 'which they drove lo Kcytusville. ' Not white, not wncat. not rye, but テつサ flavor blend of all three- lunge's Roman Meal Bread. 11-in-tf Colon Troubles Often Serious FREE lOOK-Exploins Causes and Rtlottd Ailments A new, FREE book c n n I n i n N m*ny rilNimmt, churl* nnd X-rny plr- Inrfft of rectnl unit rolonic onnfilflnn*. Write today, Thnrnion Jt Minor Mos- pltflt, Hutu I7J, 111 C. Llnwoarl, Kurt- MB niy 3, Mo. ptis Springdnle, wns the main .speaker I at the annual Baptist Student j Union "Sweetheart Banquet" held j Saturday night in the educational building of the First Baptist | church of Fnyelteville. "Foots" i Moreland, music and educational} director of the same church was also featured on the program. Mr. and Mrs. Elbcrt Hitter left .Thursday morning for Oklahoma City and met their son. Pvt. Ray Ritler, who canit from Camp Roberts, Calif., where he was in the food division. Private Hitter will spent his ten day furlough here in Springdale, and then will return to his dutirs at Camp Dctrick, f Fredrick, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Donaldson of the テつ」ion community have received word from the defense department staling thiil their son Charles (Cliucki Donaldson was wounded in fiction in Korea, January 23rd. Marion Hrownc who has been spending a furlough here' with his wife and son, Mike, re-] turned the last of tho w e e k ' t o Camp Chaffer:, where he will ho reassigned. He had spent a year's 1 active duly in Korea with the (136th i Field Artillery with the Arkansas i NaHonal Guard. Mrs, Browne and i Mike have made thoir home here 1 with her mother Mrs. Rachel Rlggs'. 1 her g r a n d m o t h e r Mrs. D. E. i' rr while Sg'.. Browne was! away. ' i Phi Chapter, and XI Chanter, : 5eta Signii' Phi will ln':rt Tuts- lay night for a joint meeting nt ho home of Mrs. Joe Sleclc on , graphing young people. Nixon is! Sizei 7' to 14 in a sptcial bonus group of blousti at a taving: of 7oc ptr blouit. White cotton broadcloth with eyelet trim. Red and Blue trimi. Children'i lit floor. テつキJust 4451/2 Yards Beautiful Cohama Silk Prints 'テつキ Actual $2.98 Values テつキ Shown for First Time Tomorrow Morning! テつキ Save Around $1.00 Per Yard テつキ 20 Attractive. Patterns to Select From COHAMA'S silk prints, pure dye, actual $2.98 values in a gorgeous array of patterns. These are typical of the fine, modern styling found in all Cohama fabrics . . . 39"-40" wide, rich and colorful . . . you will be delighted with the fine quality and the low price which means a savings of at least $1.00 per yard. テつキ Still Selling at 1952's Low Price, These Lovely Spring Fabric Belding's 45" Pucker Nylon .$2.19yd. Cohama Nylon Prints ;..$!.98yd. Pure Dye Silk Shantung $2.85 yd. Genuine Irish Linen $1.69 yd. Sun-'n-Surf Denims 79 yd. ell- tttrt Good Buys in Our Big Popular BARGAIN BASEMENT! テつキ Special Purchase EW White Goods 69c to 89c Values' テつキ Batistes テつキ Nainsook テつキ Dimities テつキ Lawns テつキ Organdies yd. . iv_/ \j/\^ r i j i u t . 3 39c While and pastel E W Spunwell Fabrics for lingerie, children's wear and blouses. Slight mill imperfects. テつキChildren's Boxer Type Blue Jeans Sizes 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 and 6 $ I "Little Bob" Bluテつォ Jeani, lonforiied, *laitlc waist and fail color. Will takt a lot of hard iubblng and wear. テつキ36" Solid Color and Striped : .テつキGenuine -l : Dress Chambray .1 Easily a 39c value. B u y yourself; yard after yard for house dreises, p l a y suits, etc. 'yard テつキ.Genuine. Plisse Crepe White and pastel colors in that good Plisse for gowns, pajamas, shirts, etc, Only 39c yard. 39 C yd. テつキChildren's Elastic Waist PRINTED Suede Flannel Skirts Sizes 2 to 6X Think of a .value like this. Sizes 2 to 6X. Solid color Flannelette! Printed Flannelette! Wash- qble, serviceable and about onejhalf price. ; w 55c Sizes 10, 12 and 14 Childrens Printed Dresses $|69 Fast Color Choice of two styles in children's fast color dresses. At least $2.49 values. Only $1 69. Sizes 10, 12 and 14 only. I テつキ Full Fashioned Nylon Hose Sub-standard Quality Attractive colors in o good quality nylon stocking at an extra low price. 69c *New 80-Square A beautiful assortment of patterns of full 80-square prints as well as solid color 80-squarcs. All at only 45c yd.

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