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February 14, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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NOHMMfT ARKANSAS TIMIS, Montis Of Preparation necessary In Getting Ready For Total Eclipse Of Sun February 25* .Washington-(*)-The next total eclipse of the tun wjll.be all over in the space of three minutes. But consider the work that goes into preparing for those three minutes! The government has supplied tome facts and figures. WALT BEACH WoMi R.poMftfl MvrrnviLLi. Mm. ' WH On finrtw PILES lift Like Siii! Bit It* I Iriii Git «p~d/ "Hit froaa mlMrr of riln. 'formula drvrtopcd by famous 76- Ul Clinic brine* Tut Pftllialiv. nliff fmil naca-inc pain. Hchinj;, Mi. Btbf Mtur* nhrink vwellinr. »often fcu* HTfr. Mali lift w.rH lltlw atata -- fit tht medication proved by experience writ 11.000 clinic palient*. Get Thorn!.". Mhtiv-- i« cintmcnt or EUPpoeltory form-- (ne TCor drum-ill today. You'll diicover MlMfd relief at once -- or your mnnry rr- fuM. Aak for it by pame-Th»rr,t.n ·taal til |W4 dnic ·tora crenrwhert. First of all, government scientists decided on the best. possible place for viewing the moon passing over the sun's face. For the February 25 eclipse, they have settled on ' Khartoum, halfway around the world in the Anglo- Egyptian Sudan.- After some preliminary work in the slates, a field team headed by Dr. George van 'Biesbroeck, Ycrkcs Observatory astronomer, went to Khartoum. around January 1. Dr. Van Biesbroeck reported to his Pentagon superiors this week: "It's 98 dgerees in the shade just now." Then, he added a. bit ruefully: "And this is the cold season!" Eight weeks' planning at Khartoum was necessary for the important three minutes. Concrete footings were poured to support the National Geographic Society's huge, tripod-mounted telescope- camera. The instrument was shipped to the Sudan back in November. When 7.cro hour tomes on the 25th, the American team may find that all its work has been Jot New Automatic Washer COME IN See the Automatic that Washes YOUR Way! 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The Air Force considers the study very important. It hopes to be able to chart vast areas of the earth's surface for n6w air maps with less than a 200-foot margin of error. · That requires split-second precision. And that means months and months of preparations and some sizzling heat to endure. Incidentally, Americans at home won't see the eclipse. Its path will sweep in an arc of 8,000 miles from near the Equator to the middle of the Atlantic on one side and Southern Siberia on the other. Khartoum will be right in the middle of the arc. Jefferson Standard Sales Up In 1951 M. W. Fields, representative for the Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Company, said today that the annual report of the company, read at a recent meeting of the stockholders, showed that company sales were more than ?125,000,000 for the second consecutive year in 1951. Final figure was $127,150,721. He said actual payments to policy holders and beneficiaries during the year amounted, to J13,306;294,- the largest amount the company has ever paid in one year. Highlight of 1951 was the reaching of $1,000,000,000 mark in amount of insurance' in force, according to Fields. Cane Hill Mrs. Stirman Karnes entertained members of the Cane Hill Home Demonstration Club Tuesday afternoon at her home. The devotional was given by Mrs. Conrad Russell, and Mrs. Clay Pycatt read a poem on the life of L«icoln. Mrs. Louie Lindberge presented the painting, "Washington Crossing the Delaware." Mrs. N. C. Menls demonstrated the making of braided rugs, and plans were made for the sale of hand woven rugs. A roundtable discussion was conducted by Mrs. Karnes on the problem of voting and citizenship. Guests were Mrs. Lonnie Earlcs, Mrs. Emma Haney and Mrs. Curtis Karnes. Mrs. James Erwin had charge of recreation. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. Ethel Marian. Mrs. N. C. lleajs attended a luncheon at Fayettoville Tuesday honoring health leaders of the c o u n t y ' s home demonstration clubs. The luncheon was given by the Farm Bureau. The rfome Demonstration Club will sponsor a community night party Friday evening at the school. A cooperative supper and games will be highlights: Mrs. Charles McClellan, Mrs. Charles Getty McClcllan, and Mrs. Henry Mc- Clcllan will be hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Walker, recently married, will- be honored with a shower Thursday night al the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Colburn. Mrs. N. S. Mathews, Miss Martha Elizabeth M'oore, Mrs. Henry McClellan and Mrs. Loyd Trc- whitt spent the weekend at Tulsa, Okla. Mrs. Lonnie Earles, who is employed at Muskogee, Okla., spending her vacation at her home here this week. Mrs. Clint Carl, and Mrs. Jack Marian of Prairie Grove visited Mrs. Joe McArdell Sunday afternoon. Chick Placements In Area Shawl Decrease Hatcheries and dealers placed 1,227,000 broiler chicks with producers In Northwest Arkansas during the week ended February 9, according to the Arlu nsas Crop Reporting Service. This is a decrease of three per cent from the previous week. Of the total placemen';, 890,000 chicks were hatched in the arm and 331,000 came from o t h e r states. Eggs set during the week \ were up five per cent over the previous week. Wheeler, were marreld February 9 by the Rev. George L. Dockcry. Jccff Wcrtc.i and Miss Betty McKlnney. both of .Jonks, Okla., were married February 9 by John Klrsch, justice of the peace. Bernard G. Allen, Stlllwatcr, Okla'., and Mrs. Mary L. Holcmnb, 1'crklns, Okla.. were married February 7 by the Rev. J. Robert Moffclt. Earl L. Lynch and Mrs. Meniah M. Hilbish. both of Enid, Okln., were married February 6 by Courit Judge Will Carter. Jack D. Walker. Cane Hill, and Miss Faye Nell Hill, Faycttcvllle, were married Februarv 3 bv the Hev. D. L. Dykes, Jr. Fire Damace In Pusan Pusan, Korea-(/P)-A wind-swept fire Wednesday damaged Pusan's busiest black market section. A government representative said the loss was about $130,000. Reds Court Japanese Tokyo-(/P)-Russia has 'invited four officials of the Japanese Foreign Office to help celebrate Russia's Army Day in Moscow February 22. Marriages · James Franklin Wadlow. Jr.. and Miss Eula Mac Youngblood, both of Tulsa, Okla,, were married February 13 by Chancellor Thomas F. Butt. R. L. Hurst and Miss Elsie Mac McQuai'd, both of Ponca City., Okla,. were married February If by Circuit Judge Maupln Ciim- minus. . James Oliver.Watson and Miss Mamie Jewell Reynolds, both of Baxter Springs, Kan., were married February 11 by the Rev. J. W. Webb. » · Truman Ball, Fayetteville, and Miss M a r g i e Icclinc Hulse, Creighton's Drive In has been purchased by Louis F. Bromley of Colorado Springs, Colorado, and Pueblo Mr. Bromley is an experienced' Restaurant man, having operated the famous "Blue Spruce" restaurant in Colorado Springs and the "Mecca" in Pueblo. After remodeling he will be equipped to serve the eating public of Fayettcvillc the same fine food served - at the Blue Spruce and Mecca for which he attained a national reputation. I wish to take this opportunity to thank our many customers from Fayetteville,the University and surrounding territory for their fine patronage and at the same time invite them all to continue as customers of Mr. Bromley. Signed, Milan S. Creighton. WATCH THIS PAPER FOR OPENING DATE "Water Takm "Waler puppies" are nol so rare as mlghl be Imagined in Ihcse parts. Tracy Harrctl of Fayrtte- vlllc It the scctmcl to report taking one on a hook from » nearby stream. The one he caught Just off Highway 16, west, measured about 10 Inches loni!. It died before II could be taken to the University zoology departemnt. 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