Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 28, 1952 · Page 2
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February 28, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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I . fehrWry II, If51 IHMmmNMimiUIIIIIIUIIMHMIIIIIN h MRS, KATHLIIN DOUR MtlllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMirilliHillliiiliiiiiiitlillMiliiiilllltllHIIIIIIinillllMMlli Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Boy Scout Board ol Kevlew, Klr»t Presbyterian Church, 7 VJ.W.. 10BH West Center, 7.:M Far Weil Chapter One, H.A.M., Masonic Hall, 7:30 Voilure 056, 40 and B, l.cgion..Hut, 7:30 Baldwin Commandery Four, 7:30 Friday Contact Club. Washington 'lintel, 7:30 n. m. FaycttevlJle Board Realtors, Ferguson's, 12 World-Day of Prayer, Central Methodist church, 2 20th Century Club, Mr«; J. C. Jordan, 3 ' U.C.T. Benefit Bridge, Womens Civic Clubrooms, 7:30 Agri Students Of This Area On Honor Roll 7 : Five students In the University College o1 Agriculture marie, perfect grade points during the (nil semester, according to thu college's, honor roll released today" by Dr, Lipperi. S; Ellis, dean. Fcur seniors and orto, sophomore made the six point ttrndc averages. They were: Jesse Mi.Cokcr, Wll- trur; Kenneth B. .Smith,. H o b c r Springs; Mary. .Ann Slokenbcrry, E'kinc; and Jan)is' Harold White, .Havana, 'seniors, and Marrion 'Baxter Jones, Bporicville. Other itudcnts of Norl|iwcsl Ar- V»nBos litk'd 'on (he honor roll M'ere, by .class: . \- Senlor«riGcnc Ouinn, Fayctlc- v.'lle; JajOE. -Woqdridge, Ijunts- Vlllc; .Clyde 'Henry, Kon'drtckV Lowe)'.;': Pn'tsy Ann 'Tcnnls6n, NORM'S Beauty Shop SALE 50% OFF Cald War* fe Machine III Hr M-411 tar IMS IM fw IK PM«H cm it oil in ui Rprlngdale; Dorothy Neil Mitchell Green Forest; ' Juniors -- Oil-jert W. H a 11. Spilriiidale; and James Wilkes Tjc'an, Harrison, Sophomores--Nelia Lucre, Fay- etleville; Darlye Ku^ene Green C,irfic'.d; Jerry Max tlckcs, Bon- (onvlllc. ' ' Freshmen--Mary Lnu Looking- blll, $prin«da,lc; Paul · James Thompson, Sprlm;rialc; Mornn 'Ann Crawford, Green v F6rc'st; Lorraine Beverly, Mason, Fayeltcvillc; Merle Ocrtrude Brady, : . 40ClubDance , Merhber« ,at : 1he 40 Club attended the regular nionfhly dance la'it nighy.«t ; .'th -Uaifk; Bowl ' wlth;«lx f ueiiii' present, Mr. rind'Mrs/Har- mon Hefjitpel, Mr. nnd.Mrs. Warren Hannah' aridi'Mr. a n d , Mrs G rover Ttjoniaji. .'· '·(.·/'' Refreshments of cokes and sandwiches were served during the evening;. Committee members 7)n charge of arrangement^ were Mr. and Mrs. Maupln ^Cummlngs, chairmen, Mr. and Mrs, John Williams, Mr, and Mrs. George Cole, Col* and Mrs, 'Henry Ncllson-and Mr; arid Mrs. OrHn HcnbesL SPECIAL 10 diamond let While Gold To The Lucky Lady . . . In The City-Wide Treasure Hunt We are giving a ... Sterling Coaster Tray Baptist Ford Club Has H.D.1 Meeting · The 1 Baplltt Ford Home Demon- lilratioii Club met Wednesday for an all-day meeting. There \vcrc 17 members.'who attended three children and three guests, Mrs. Charlcl I. Maple, H u l l , III., Mrs. W.- H. Dunlavy, Faycttevlllc, and Mrs. C. A. Blackburn, West Fork, who own rife a new member nf the club. / ' . Picture of the month, "Wash- inrfion Crossing the Delaware," was stur'iod and the poem of the month, "Come Softly Spring" hy EC] Shenton, was read by Elsjc Chase. Th! Rroiip cut wool material 'Into strips Jor use In the hooked run which was skirted at a spc- clal mnctini! held at the L. S. Ter- h u n e hnm'c last Wednesday. The club plane to purchase a book /or the library of .the Booncville Sanitarium. The next meeting w i l l br at the home r! ,1. C. Mace In West Fork, March 2fi. White Rock Club Names Finance Committee ..-White Rock Home Demonstration Club met Tuesday niitht at the clubhouse with Mrs; Nellie Cox arid Mrs. Flcela Delano hostesses. The meeting opened with The Lord's Prayer repeated by the Kroup, followed by singing o] "Battle H y m n ' of the Republic.' Mrs. Gladys Masficy accompunied them at the piano.'The April Finance Committee was named «E Mrs.' Doris Ncu, Mrs.- Gay HardiA and' Mrs.' Irraa Becks. . "Our Collect" was- read- by Wilda. Hutchlnson nnd a.'dcmoV str.ation-pn purchasing-nylbn hose was given by Mrs. Marorel Brown^leld. An announcement was-niad* that the 4-H Club.will sponsor's 'pic.supper, March ; -3, it the clubhouse. - . : ," ·. * Credit Women Plan Birthday Party .S'he 'Credit 'womcns Breakfast Clulrmct Inct.nliihl at Ferguson's for its regular program and meet- Ing, Mrs. Mary Cobb gave the program on "The W:iyn In Which Credit Has.. Helped TJie Small Business," taken from the Educa- liomil M a n u a l *nl her own experiences. .. There Were 12'members present and plans were disctiHscd for Mrs. Pcarlc Trowbridgc and Miss Bonnie Sp'urlock to attend the district corfvcnljon, to 'be held March 23- i5th in Topeka, Kan. A birthday \\arty is plimncci for he next meeting of the group. Wesleyon Guild · Begins. 'Study Course The WcsWyan Service Guild vill'bcRln a study course on the 3ook of Acts tomorrow at 7:30 ). m., in the Lndies Parlor of Cen- rnl Methodist Church. First Bussion In the study is cn- .Itlcd,, VPcnlccost." Mrs. Grace Strain w i l l have the devotional inri Mrs. W. F. Cooley will give he talk on "Pentecost." A f t e r the lesson is' giveji, \hcrc will be a criotl of open discussion for the [roup. Ronald Reagan To Wed Nancy Davis Lns Angclcr-{/lVlt's weddinj ells next Tuesday for- Actor-Don- rid Reagan and. Actress Nancj Davis, The two. announced yos- erday they will marry at "some ·small church,-" as yet unselectcd nd hnneymonn for two weeks in J hoohix, Ariz. H will be Miss Davis* first marriage. Reagan is divorced from Actress .lane Wyman. T'ley have two children. Mm. H. L. Tuck, Sr. ' M r . am'. Mn. -Viriil -Blouom were in Joplln, Mo.. Monday and Tuesday to be wfth hig mother, JfTt. George,N. Bloisom, who suffered a ji'eart attack and is'ln St. John's Hcspital in Joplln. Announcements · Paretlevllle District Nurnei The Faycttevlllc District Nurses will meet at 7:30 p. m., in the City Hospital Nurses Home, Monday. Guest speaker will be Preston Magruder, professor at the University, who will discuss "Public Speaking." Washington Lodge No. 1 Washington Lodge No. 1 will meet tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. for work in the E.A. degree; All E.A., fcllowcraft, and master Masons ire'invited. Refreshments will lie served. Baldwin.Cnmmandery Four Baldwin Commandery Four will meet -tonight at 7:30 o'clock for work In the Master's Degree. Today's Market--· Cub Seoul Pick 41 ! West Side Cub Scout Pack No. · 4 1 ' w i l l hold its anniversary sup- i per at the Bates School tornor'row night at 6:15 o'clock. Families of Scout* are especially invited. Junior AHiembly Junior Assembly will meet the first and third Thursdays of bach month from 7 ' u n t i l 8 p.m., at the ·tudlo of Mrs. Suj Keller. Births Mr. and Mn. Howard Hatfleld ', Mr: and Mrs. Howard Hayield of. HIndsyille announce 1 the 'birth of.a daughter, February 27,'at the City riospltal.- ;: . · ' : '' Mr. ana 1 Mrs. Far Anderson , Mn and Mrs. Fay Anderson of Bprlngdale announce the birth of a daughter,;; February 20, at the City, Hospital. ' ^ Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle L. Huff muter Mr. 'and Mrs. 'Lonnie U H u f f master of Springdale announce the birth 'of a sort, February 26, at the City Hospital. . Mr. and Mrs, Wayne Lnflon Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lofton of Fnycttcvlllc announce the birth of a daughter, February 28, at the County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bradler Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bradley of Springdalc announce the birth of [ son, February 23, at the County 'tospltal. i "The (ireat Discovery," Religious Film "The Great Discovery," religious film*, will be shown at the Negro Methodist Church, Satur- d a y - n i g h t at 71.10 -o'clock. The same film will be shown at the Farmlngtoh Baptist Church, Sunday night at 7:30 o'clock. These will be public presentations with no charge for admission. Si. Lemia LlTMieck National Stockyards,' I1I.-0P)- USDA-Hogs 10,000; active, generally 15 to 25 higher than Wednesday's average; bulk choice 180-23(1 Ibs barrows and gilts full width of choice grade 17.50-65; several hundred head mostly 190-220 Ibs 17.75; choice Nos. 1, 1 and 3 240270 Ibs mostly 18.50-17.25; 280320 Ibs 10.00-25; 150-170 Ibs 15.7517.25; 120-140 lbsO3.50-I5.29; 100110 Ibs 12.00-13.00; sows 400 Ibs down 15.25-16.00; heavfc'r sows 13.25-15.00; s t a g s '11.50-13.50; boars 3.50-10.50 Cattle 1,500; calves 500; relatively little .done on steers;, some early sales, good and low choice lots 31.50-3300; some choice quality yearling steers to feeders at 33.00; commercial and good heifers and mixed butcher'.yearlings largely 27.50-32.00; cows and bulls steady; utility and commercial cows 21.50-24.00; canncrs and cutlers 17.50-21.50; utility and commercial bulls 23.00-26.75; vealers 1.00 lower; few prime sorted of-! fdrings 40.00; bulk and choice j vcalcrs 32.00-38.00; utility and I commercial vealers' 23.00-30..00. Sheep 900; trading dull; several lots choice and prime wooled and fall shorn lambs to shippers 26.7527.25;'top 27.25 for deck fall clips;, all others held at that price; mar- j kct mostly 25 with spots 50 lower' than Wednesday; no early sales to packers; slaughter ewes steady, bulk 12.00-14.00; culls 9.00,11.00; aged bucks one price 11.00. Miami, Fla,-(/P)-Victor Cascarano told police · today . that he thinks the loot taken -from his home last night will come back. He said thieves took 22 homing pigeons, worth $220. Wollcing lik« Ntw KOREAN .WAR veteran Anthony Trollo, Lowell, Man., arrive* with hll bride, the former Juliette Page, In New York for a TV appearance. Tony, 26, loit both lega due to a 21-day farced march barefoot acroai frozen rice paddies before rescue. x Little more than a year ago ht brought tears to the eye* of a TV audlenct when ht appeared minus hit legs to rtcitt the "Battle Hymn of the Republic." Now ht says M can even dance, and better. (International! Final Clearance! i. .Winter and Early Spring FELTS $ l 0 0 and $ 2 0 0 VALUES $3.00 TO $12.95 ·H**tf jftwt' trttnu MetrMitl Sltrt MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Here Are the Woolens You Have Been Waiting For! At The Price You Want To Pay ... American Woolen Mills Short Lengths . . . 60" In Width . . AFinest Quality Women's Day Price $O50 LJvd. W» Give · S. H. Green Stamps McKeehan's Cutfomers Of McKetftan's Fabric Center Rtce/vt In- (IMduallmt Att9ntlon--A Tremcndeusfy Rewarding f o/icy. Poiiib/e Only In An Intimate, Friendly Specialty Store Such At Ours. 18 EAST CENTER CENTER LEAP YEAR SALE You'll Really Leap at These Bar gains ·. Blouses Gowns - Slips - Pajamas Robes-Lounging Pajamas -- Greatly Reduced -Nylon Hose, 2 pairs 1.25 Broken Sizes and Colors 1 Rack Dresses . . .5.00 · NO TRY-ONS (You've Probably Tried Them, Anyway) · NO PHONE ORDERS · ALL SALES FINAL 2 Camel Hair Coats Sizes 9 and 11 Were $65.00... $25.00. To The Lucky Lady Who Holds Our Number in The City-Wide Treasure Hunt We Are Giving $5 in Merchandise. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Gcorg .. Bowcn of Texas City, Texas, announce the birth of a son, Hrucc Keith, yesterday. Mr. Bowcn is the son of Mr, and Mrs. George Bowen of Kayettcville. Mrs. .7. Koyslon Brown has returned to Little Hock, after spend- i n g . H few days w i t h her mother, . . . :IT HAPPENS ONCE IN FOUR YEARS very beginning'of the new season . .'. LEAP YEAR SALE! and at the Spring Straws Regularly $5.95 to $7.95 A aflnsotlonol group of our vary n e w * i t ilrowi jolt priced for this tola ONLY at $4.15 I . Chooie youn from tkft grand new grouping I Sings Out For Spring With -HIGH NOTES" ofFashior Blue' Calf With Eggshell Platform Multi-Brown Wedge $10.95 toolt for (lie Ptnol/'o Way Ar', $9.95 Red Calf and Beiaa Calf $8.95 Penoljo high wedges hit the high notes on the teal' of fashion . .. exciting designs harmonize with beautiful, color- ful tones of Spring.

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