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February 12, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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NMTHWIST AMANSAS TJMK. f«y*t*vlfc, ArfcMMh TIM*?, febfltwy It, 1MI Greenland To Open New Gp f And Pay Honor To Wilsons Greenland will honor Dr. G. W.» Wilson, veteran Greenland dentist,! tnd Mrs. Wilson Friday night when the new high school gym- · nasium bearing their name is formally opened. The community appreciation event will include a chicken dinner, program, and bas- ! ketball game. The dinner will begin at 6:30 o'clock, and will be combined with a program. Circuit Judge Maupin Cummings wiil be principal speaker, and Robert Barnes will be toastmaster. Entertainment will include a male quartet and instrumental music. Preceding Judge Cummings' talk, a gill will be presented to Dr. and Mrs. Wilson on behalf of the community. After the talk, a ribbon ,vil] be cut to open the gymnasium formally. The building will be named Wilson Gymnasium, j The basketball game, between Greenland High School and a team yet to be selected, will start at 8:30. The gymnasium has been partly in use since lart year. It was completed last month except for finishing touches. Dr. Wilson, a native of the community, has been a dentist there for about 45 years. Race For Top Movie Honors Wide Open; Vivien Leigh Favored To Win An Oscar By BOB THOMAS ·--; Hollywood-OT-Thc movie world I Rirths A today learned the hopefuls In the' "** w annual Oscar derby, and it shapes up as a wide-open race. Only Vivien Leigh, who played | ,y demented Southerner in "A I Mr. tni Streetcar Named Desire," appeared to be a favorite among the top contenders. T h e Eng H s u beauty has been tabbed a probable winner of. the best actress award in advance predictions. She .has strong competition, including lominees Katherine Hepburn in "The Af- Vtvien Leiqh West Fork Sgt. Jack Garnett and his division have moved from Camp Car- sm to Camp Robinson. They moved their- heavy excavating equipment and are helping in the flood control in that area. Sergeant Garnett operates an electric machine that lifts 13 tons of dirt »t a time. Jack visited his parents this weekend. The Rev. Mr! and Mrs. Dean Parker were surprised with a house warming Thursday night by members of the West Mountain Church at Winslow. The Parkers have recently moved into their new home in Clifton Height Addition. The guests gave the Parkers a tree on which money was rican Queen"; Eleanor Parker in : "Detective Story";'Shelley Win- POLITICKING-A11 set to en- j tcrs in ,, A placc in the s , m| ,, ar-d tor the New Hampshire primary j al|e \v y man in "The Blue Veil.' as a. candidate for President is ; Tne race £or top honors among 60-year-old Albert S. Falk, ot j lhe actors Jooks , ike a nard fi W h e a t o n, Minn He plugs , among five Broadway . t r a i n e d "America's Greatest Plan for pcrfonncrs- Two vc terr.ns, Hum- World Peace" which, he says, ; h B t (1 , Th A f r j c a n means $00 to $100 a month for : £ ueeyn ,,) 8and vFrederic , l V , a r c h everyone over 21 in addition to . ,,, D th f Salcsman ., ) arc pitr their regular wages. He would . { three tcrs _ finance the.scheme by a 2 p e r , Jtreetcar cent federal tax on all business Named D c s i r e ,,;-. . Montgomery transactions. C H f t ( ,, A p , ace jn ^ S u n l l ) _ and Arthur Kennedy ("Bright Vic- lory"). March Hai Two Awardi If March won the award for 1951, he would be the first star to win three Oscars. Walter Brennon has won three, but as a supporting actor. Contention for the best picture award is -also, unpredictable. The nominees are "An American in Paris," -"Decision Before Dawn, 1 "A Place in the Sun," 'Quo Vadis," and "A Streetcar Named Desire." "Streetcar," from Tennessee Wit Hams' outspoken play of life in New.Orleans' French*quarter, netted 12 nominations. "A Place in ;he Sun" was second with nine, and "Quo Vadis" and "An American in Paris" won eight apiece. The naming of "An American in Paris" is noteworthy because musicals are seldom honored by the McFann, the Rev. and Mrs. Floyd Parker, Mr. and 1 Mrs. Dave Cowen, Mr.^nd Mrs. Lester Kelley and j Loufse Kelley. Pie, coffee and hot chocolate were served. The February birthday dinner was held at the-Christian Church Friday. Those celegrating birthdays were Mrs. Snow Webber, Mrs. Lillian A. Garncll, Mrs. Edna Doke, Mrs. Alice Malonc, Mrs. Bill Hart, Paul Smith, Luxtcr Walker, Charles Hotinson, Bill Underhill, and Mrs. Addie Winn. Celebrating wedding anniversaries were Mr. and Mrs. Zcke Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith, Mr. and Mrs. W. \. Corbin, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Underbill. The Under- bills have been married 57 years. Tile Rev, Douglas Brewer, pas- WAY TO GIVE YOURCHU pinned. Those present were Mrs. , 1J " .. ._, . , . ,,. . Matt H. Holtzcn, Mrs. Katherine tor o£ tha P^yta-ian Church, and family spent last week in McKinney, Texas, where Mr. Brew- er nac ' a P ar * ' n ^' le scrv ' CG °f the ordination ot William Proctor, of (ne p resbytcrv of Da ii aSi Presbyterian Church. T. L. McKnighl is recovering from a severe case of flu. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Chrisfian- son and daughter have moved here from McAnlosh, Minn. Mrs. Christiansen is the daughter pf Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Caudle, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Clifton and Bob Clifton were in Fort Smith Thursday. Ed Garnctt and Bill Hcndrick- son wont to Little Rock Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Wheeler spent Academy. For Reservations And Tickets AIR -- STEAMSHIP -- HAIL HOTELS -- TRAVEL AND LUCGACE INSURANCE AMERICAN TRAVELERS CHEQUES No Scrvict Chargt lmiM"""t It CMMlKtM Twirl KRUGER TRAVEL BUREAU n* . auiii MMM 5-7170 UTTLI ROCK, ARKANSAS Thursday in Noel. Mo. C. D. Clark underwent surgery in the Veterans Hospital Thursday. Bert Clark from Tcxarkana is here for a few days. Now Listen, Men! You haven't much time. Have you phoned and ordered your Valentine?' ·Potted Plants ·Corsages ·Bouquets Berry's Flowers 41 South Gregg. Phone 2933 Other major nominations are: Best direction: John Huston in "The African Queen;" Vinccnte Minclli in "An American in Paris;" William Wyler in "Detective Story;" George Stevens in "A Place in the Sun;" and Elia Ka?.an in "A Streetcar Named Desire." Supporting Hopefuls Namtd Best supporting actor: Leon Genn in "Quo Vadis;" Karl Maiden in "A Streetcar Named Desire;" Kevin McCarthy in "Death of a Salesman;" Peter "Ustinov in "Quo Variis;" and Gig Young in "Come Fill the Cup." Best supporting actress: Joan Blondell in "The Blue Veil;" Mildred Dunnock in "Death of a Salesman;" Lcc Grant in "Detec live Story;" Kim Hunter ir ''Streetcar Named Desire;" and Thelma Ritter. in "The Mating Season." Now» begin feverish weeks 01 campaigning by- the contenders their press agents and their stu- Jios. The final awards, which arc Hollywood's highest honors, will DG announced at the Academy's annual big show March 20 at the Pantages Theater. It will be the 24th time the awards have been given. Nominations were made by 11,739 workers in the film industry. Final awards will be voted by lhe 1,700 Academy members. Two Candidates File Benlonville-(Spccial)-Two Ben- .on County men filed for Justice of ;he Peace positions yesterday, tfarry Pratt filed for position No. in Osage township, (Bentonville) and J. H. Barr filed for position No. 1 in the Brightwater township, northeast of Bentonville. and Mn. Jimmy Baxier Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Baxter of Springdalc announce thu birth of at daughter, February 9, at the County Hospital. Used by thousands In reducins diets--Junge's Roman Meal bread. 11-19-tf ·«- J Advertise In the TIMER--It ] TOMORROW and Every Wednesday Get Double ." Green Stamps AT THE FAIRWAY STORE 416 North College · Shop the Fairway For Quality and Service Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bartholomew Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bartholomew of Blackburn, Ark., announce the birth of a son, Keb- rrary 9, at the County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wade, Jr. Mr. and 1 Mis. Ben Wade, Jr., of Fayetteville announce the birth of a_ daughter, February 12, at the County Hospital. Mr. and Mn. S. W. Good ins Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Gooding of Fuyettevillc announce the birth of a daughter, February 11, at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Drake Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Drake of Fayetteville announce the birth of a son, February 12, at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Crowcll VanBrunt Mr. and Mrs. Crowel! VanBrunt of Fayelteville announce the birth of a son, February 12, at the City Hospital. Scout Court Of Honor Held At Legion Hut Sherman Lollar, Pro Boll Player, Member Of Board A Court of Honor was held (or Boy Scouts in the Fnycttevillc program area last night at the American Legion Hut| »ank Lewis was chairman. The board consisted of the nev. J. W. Butler, Jr., Bob White, Sherman Lollar, Howard Hudgcns, and Paul C. Davis. Scout Troop 104, host to the Court of Honor, presented a candle light ceremony. Leon McCleland' was master of ceremonies, and Tommy McCleland was clerk. Lollar is catcher with the Chicago White Sox baseball team. Hudgens is scoutmaster of Troop 100, and Davis is -scoutmaster of Troop 104. White presented three second- class advancements, and Lollar presented seven first-class advancement!!. Mr. Butler presented nine merit badges, and also gave the opening and closing prayers. Carlos B. Hill gave a talk nn the history and values of Scouting. He pointed out to the Scouts the value of their present training--in organization, administration, and leadership -- In their future life. Hill substituted for Clint Walilen, who was to have given an address. Walden was called out of the city by Illness in his family. Parents present were Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Bcrnie Hovingu, Howard Hudgcns, Paul C. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Arvci McCleland, and Mrs. J. ft. Mulkey. n«p ·» «rllk Ik* dm**--r«4 Iht Tim* rt»ll». G I V E HEARING any "-rd-of-Henring Por/on r HEARING AIDS The nugar-produclng Island of nome of the lintti bttcnw In th Antigua in the West Indies has Western llemiiphcrc. "0-DAY RITUftN ·HIVILIGI EASY PAYMINTf DIXIE RADIO 421 DICKSON PHONE 1242 BALLOT FOR EXPRESSING PREFERENCE FOR PRESIDENT DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER HAROLD E. STASSEN ROBERT A. TAFT -.-..,,..,. EARL WARREN Mark this ballot for your preference, sign your name, post office address and voting precinct. Cut out the ballot and mail it to Chas. W. Atkinson, Chairman or W. M. Rifrter, Secretary of Republican County Committee, Fayetteville, Arkansas Your name Your name Post office address Voting precinct Challenging FUTURE FEATURES NEW FORERUNNER STYLING- Cteiqn · Tins IK the car that's stirring up the whole automobile world. Tliifl is today's cliillcngcr that took 10 ycirs of research in metal engineering, in tkiUful styling. This h the design that ia daring --yet keeps you always in mind. You get · sweeping view of the rond ... not just all end, but close-up down front, and to the fenders. You get "Spacc*planncd" interior! with real keep-yoiir-hat-on headroom, relaxing tUretch- you/-feet-out (eg room. Every inch of Meel, every tack of spuce Img been put to work to serve yc*. ItYbeau- tiful live weight, nut dead weight. It't your first look at tomorrow In cars -- lite mnsl challenging new car of this or any year on the American Road. 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