Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 26, 1952 · Page 8
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March 26, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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§·^MCttlMWBT AKAMAI IHMI. tawmwfllt. AifctMam Wednt^y, March M, W» ATE LIFE OF BUCK If rCl ton you're) only looking for uranium, Spike, I'll be glad to itndyou it^Gr V-r counted" SdicvG/torJVbt/ EUPHANTTEMPU iai.ItKtiA WAS 6ULT OVER AN ICE CAVE WINS DEGREE MtOUMOAN, blind, crippled and hard of hearing, amllei from -ajiit cart U aha «celve« her diploma at the University of Minnesota. "ItttaiwapolU. from Preaidcnt J. U Morrow. She Is 31, llvei In St. Paul. ^.lUnn., and her )egre* la bachelor of iru. (liiicnmliriinl iintimltitinio thadtobeodto Building At Fair Grounds Is Planned Committee Will Be Named, Board Members Decide The flrat unit of a series of permanent buildings lor the .Wash- ngloh County Fair may bo built this summer, according to action taken by the Washington County Fair board at a meeting last night nt Chamber of Commerce headquarters. The board authorized the president to name .a building committee .which would be charged with the planning of a structure- which could be used by farm and other groups in the county throughout the year, nnd which would be used by as an exhibit building (luring the Fair. Previously the Board of Directors had frozen $7,000 in a fund which would be used for permanent buildings. Tentative plans for building at the Fair Grounds include a scries of exhibit buildings overlooking trie, race tracks, and over which could be- constructed a grandstand. When completed this program would place nil of the Washington County Fair, including the grandstand a n d ' exhibit rooms, nnd executive offices all under the same roof. - . The- board las : t night set in motion all of i the activities for this year's Fair, including the publication of the premium list, promotional dinner meetings- in many of the communities of Washington County, and a Washington County Fair promotional tour. Two Cases Set For Benton Circuit Hearing Bentonvlllo-(Spcclal)-Two cases in the March term of Benton County Circuit Court'were to be heard today. The' suits are: Grccr vs. Creek ct al (damage) and Pcarcc vs. Sharpcnstccn (contract) In court action Monday, Moncc Marlcr entered a plea of guilty to procuring money under false pretense and was given a one-year suspended sentence. Circuit Judge Maupin Cummlngs of Faycttcville is on the bench. Sptmgdale Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Epley and children of Meadow Street (pent he weekend, with Mr«; Epley'* parent!, Mr. and Mr».' Curtli'C, Vbod of Fort Smith. Mrs. Hugh Muliins and the Rev. Douglas. Brewer, pattor of the First Presbyterian Churches of Springdale and West Fork, are the delegates from the two churches d the Presbytery and Presbyterial at the College of the Ozarki at Jlarksvlllc Tuesday and Wednesday. The Women's Missionary So- licty of the First Baptist Church met Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock nnd saw the film, "A« Our Boyhood Boy," on Home Missions. After the film the group wen( out to .visit the sick, prospects and absent members. Mr.: and Mrs. Joe Epley of Vinlta, Okla., spent Monday In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Epley and family on Meadow Street. The Woman's Civic Club cele- Drated its 31st birthday with a :ea Monday afternoon at the home of the president, Mrs. Lee Sanders, on Holcpmb Street. Special guests were Mrs. W. Ni Phillips vice-president of the Arkansas Women's Federated Clubs; Mrs E. L. Romans, district president; and Mrs. J. Si Harlan and Mrs. J. S. Parks. District Committee chairmen. Three foreign students from the University were special guests. Music was furnished by Morris Jackson, who recently received his master's degree in music from Drake University, and Jennie Jane Smith, violinist. Mrs. Guy Wann and Mrs. Raymond Joy to Annapolis VICI ADM. C. Turner Joy, Far But commander of U. S. naval forcci and chief Korea true* negotiator for tli« UN, will become luperin- tcndont of tht U. S. Naval acad emy In Annapolla, Md., Uili turn mer, Navy announcea. Ht will iuc- cced VIM Adm. Harry B, Mill, who will retire on reaching atatutory «2 age limit. ' Haveiw ·Ijried it? -»C__ · Isi.^i.HiSaiV --- " ' - iil/MHT HOOK C O M P A H Y , lOUtlVIUI, K I H T O C I f Y Linkford were vocailfii'and Mn. L. J. Carr jave a vocal aelectlon ind «n accordion solo. Max Sample of the Firit National Bank hat been named chairman/ of; the Northwest Arkansas itudjr ffoup- of' fhe American''In- stitute of Banking'for 1^52-53. "He has completed the cour« in business administration sponsored by the organization. .Vaughn Neill, another, employee of the First National Bank, also completed the same course. The Brotherhood of the First Baptist Church met Tuesday night for its regular monthly supper at the dining room of the church. After dinner the members went .to the auditorium where they were joined by others to hear the Rev. J. Harold Smith speak on "The Need for a Revival." Mr. Smith is the pastor of the First Baptist Church of Fort Smith. Pfc. Robert L, Brelsford, son of Mr. and Mrs. C; R. Brelsford of Springdale Route 3, is on temporary leave from the Air Force to attend the University of Oklahoma at Norman to complete his college education. The Air Force's educational program, "Operation Boot- rtrap, 1 ? and li designed to help service men finish their college training provided they lack only one semester. He will obtain his B.A. degree in May, this year, :ma)orin«. in business admlnistra- "oriT-**'''' The Mary Martha Sunday School Class met Monday night for a buffet supper at the home of Mrs. Robert Harm of near Springdale. Mrs. Ernest ' Walden brought the devotional. Those' present were Mrs. Walden, Mrs. Elmo Samuel, Mrs. Bill Rollins, Mrs. Robert Crudup, Mrs. Ralph Late, Jr., Mrs. Paul Brogdon, the teacher of the class, Mrs. Edward Berner, and Mrs. Bob. Locklin. Guests .were Gaylon Walden, Kenny Berner and Mrs. Vernon Weathers." The Springdale Chamber of Commerce has' purchased two commercial fertilizer distributors to be used by farmers for a small rental fee. They are mounted on trailers so that they can be easily moved from one place, to another. A pre-school clinic was held at the Robert E. Lee School on Quandt' Street Friday afternoon. It was sponsored by the'Parent- Teacher ^ Association. Springdale physicians and the county health If You're Not So Tall 8811 UW-24l By Sue Burnett This comfortable classic is designed especially in halt sizes to insure perfect fit for the slightly shorter figure. Yoke is in crisp contrast, or make it all the same fabric. Pattern No. 8811 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sites 14 1-2, 18 1-2, 18 1-2, 20 1-2, 22 1-2, 24 1-2. Size 16 1-2,' 3H yards of 39-inch; 3t yard contrast. For this pattern, aend 30c In COINS, your name, address, six* desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas, Tlmei, 1190 Ave. Americas, New York U. N. Y.. Basic FASHION for '52 Is filled with Ideas to make your clothes budget go further -- time-saving and economical designs that are easy to sew. Gift pattern printed inside. 25 cents. KGRH WEDNESDAY BVKNM9' 8:00 Dinner Music 6:15 -Starlight Tim* «:30 Newi t:45 Ozark Sport* Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel .Heatter--M 7:30 Rythmic Rendezvous 7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry 8:05 Out of The Thunder 8:30 Family Theatre 9:00 M.G.M. Musical Theatre of the Air 9:30 M.G.M. Musical Theatre of the Air 10:00 News 10:15 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off THURSDAY MOtNINO S:30 Rise N'Shlni 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 8:00 Rise N' Shine 8:30 Markets and Weather 8:35 Hist N' Shine 7:00 Koffee Kup Kapera 7:30 Otasco Newa 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapers 8:00 Robert Hurleigh--M 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition :4 Holsum Gospel Hymns »:00" Morning Kelodlea . »:25 News--M 9:30 Take a N-imbr- 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Markets THtmSDAT AFTCENOON 12:00 Hymns'of All Churches 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of the Purple Sage 1:00 BASEBALL Game of the Day 3:30 Tune Pick'n Time 4:00 Tune'Pick'n Time 4:15 Tune Pick'n Time 4:30 Tune Pick'n Timt 5:00 Sgt. Preston of the Yukon 5:30 Sky King 5:55 Cecil Brown Your Carrier Counts on You · f £5, )ust as you count upon your carrier- boy lo deliver your newspaper quickly, and dependably every day--despite Ihe weather --so he relies upon you lo pay him regularly each collection day. ai- You see, he's in business for himself, JusI as much a "merchant" as your baker or grocer--and just as eager to succeed/by paying his b'ills promptly, keeping hU credit good, and realizing full'profit* on nil lirtt business venture! x Thus; you help your newspaper boy THREr? ways when you see lo it thai he Is paid EVERY collection day. Whal't more, you'll encourage him. to giyo. you the beat poealble newspap|w;,MBria»,i-on : itormy ':: day* 01 well CM (n aumy"w«alh»rl NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES nurse, Miss Malad* Ptak of Fay- elteville, conducted the clinic. They gave physical examinations lo the! children who would' start to school this fall for the first lime and also gave small pox vaccinations when necessary. Mrs. Martha McKinzey, mother of Mrs. Gus Eidson and Mrs. Johnny McClure, is a patient at the City Hospital. She is reported lo be in satisfactory condition. Registered nurses from Springdale helped with the work when the bloodmobile was in Springdale last week. The? were: Mrs. Lena Glass, Mrs. John Dorman, Mrs. Friedman Sisco, Mrs. Gene George, and Miss Eva Atwood. Residents of Springdale donated 139 pints of blood. · · M a n y Presbyterians f r o m Springdale heard .David Proffitl speak at the Central. Presbyterian Church ' in Fayettevjlle Sunday. ProHilt was the 1951 president of Ihe Nalional Council of Presbyterian Men. He and \ Dr. Eugene Blake, state clerk of Ihe General assembly ' of Ihe Presbyterian Church, U. S. A., recently made a tour of a number of countries in which mission centers are maintained by the denomination. He spoke of having been in India Pakistan, -Japan, Korea, «nd Ir .he city of Jerusalem. · Mrs. R. Ralston, mother of Ra3 Ralston of Springdale, was taker to the Milsap Convalescent Homt in Fayetteville by a Callison- Sisco ambulance Tuesday morning. . Andy Cardwell of Johnson wa: taken from the Sims Convalescent Home in Sprihgdale to the County Hospital Monday morning by a Callison-Sisco ambulance. An outstanding flavor--Junge'a Roman Meal Bread. H-19-U Keel HP with tlw iimet--mt the T.TtfEB dally. HOLD ON TO HEALTH DIGESTIVE DISTURBANCES, DIZZY SPELLS, BLOATING, PALENESS, HEARTBURN, NERVOUSNESS, Y/EAKNESS, SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, VAGUE PAINS, BAD BREATH, HEADACHES g^JS^SSBtiSSR Druggist 61 Years , . ach Oat, ft General Run-Down reeling With no Ambition To Wort or Play. Qoitk Relief Berarcueei of how long yon have Mffered these symptoms. It can be die to a lack of NATUEAL MINERALS In year tyitem. Yen can now free yoar kodr ol thcie com- aialnU with HOPE MINERAL TABLETS. Yon need not wait months for rewlts as these marvel- on tableti will prove their benefit In JUST A FEW DAI'S. 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