Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 31, 1952 · Page 3
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March 31, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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NMTMMfT AKANSAS 11MB. Plans Ready, Work May Begin In Two Months Organization Has Had Two Locations During'Past Year By ALLAN GILBERT, JH. ,In following its policy of build !ng slowly but well the curren board of directors of the Fayette ville Boys Club appears to hav solved- one of its most cntiba problems--^that of housing the or ganization. As., plans now stsn ·work on a permanent home fo the club 'is.; scheduled for lat spring. ' : When the Boys Club'in Fayette ville was-'reactivated a little les t h a n . a year : .ago the board wa well aware of the .difficulties tha faced it in.securing permanen quarters and equally aware of .the importance of securing such a Past history had left the club with, a sore, spot on the subjec of building. Under the board tha preceded the present one plans were made to construct a headquar ters on the city park property. Tha proposal met with considerabli public opposition and subsequently was -dropped, along with much Interest in the. organization. In 'May of last year a group of Interested, citizens decided to re vive the club. Bob Logsden, a graduate of. the University with previous juvenile guidance experience, was- hired as director and on June 17 the club put out a call for boy's.'interested in taking part in its program. Firit At City Park Two boys showed up the firsl day, but 55 turned out the-second day, and.by.the end of the three- month summer period there were 125 boys enrolled in the activities. The vacant field north of the swimming pool in the City Park was the first location of the club. The board felt that it should feel its way carefully at the start, and only limited expenses were made on equipment in the early stages of the program. The play at the park was supervised carefully by Director Logsden, who was able to show marked progress In his individual guidance of the boys and in his efforts to create Interest in the program. Baseball and Softball for three ·ge groups (11 and under, .11 to 13 and 14 to 18), volleyball, badminton, horseshoes, speedball, awimmins pool, tennis, and indi- Tldual contests were offered. The baseball teams · of the two older age groups played 10 games with teams of other: towns, using the EVERYTHING M nUMBINO and SUPPLIES FAYETTEYILLE IRON and METAL CO. OOVERNMINT AVI. Beiutiful Colon. Atk F.r Details. CLARK VENETIAN BLIND AWNING CO. II wllNamt n. Mil After I p. m. uarters Is Present And The Future Trailer Truck Turns Over On Highway 71 - BcntonvIlleT(Spccial)-A Springdale .truck driver apparently was u n i n j u r e d Saturday morning \yhfen. .a 1 'Peter Fox semi-trailer truck left the road and overturned on Troutbronch hill about three miles west of here on U.S. 71. Sheriff John ' Black said the driver -'was not found at the scene. The job of pulling the truck back onto the road caused t r a f f i c to pile up for nearly a mile Saturday morning. All traffic ii being routed on U.S. 71 since State road 100 Is closed for some four and one-half miles ilraishtcning. CAMERA FINDS THE STOKOWSKIS Births Mr. and Mri. Koy Baker Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bajcer'pf Fay- ette.yiile announce the · birth of a son; March 29, - a l the City. Hos' ' : · · · · * · 'he present home of the Fayettevllle Boys Club (bottom) and a drawing of the building planned for he future (top) depict a measure of the interest being shown .arid the rapid growth that is taking 'lace in the club's program. When the club moved into its present location, the old Assembly of Jod White Chapel'Church oh South College, 150 boys were taking part in the activities offered. In ess than a month after moving the membership swelled to 250, more than the facilities could adc- uately. accommodate. The chapel .has been renovated through the cooperation of the Faycttevillc Exchange Club, but it is-hoped, that the building, shown at the top, can be constructed this summer o provide for. the steady'growth of the organization. The chapel building will be open to visitors this week n observance of'national Boys Club Week.. (Puska TIMESFOTO). ' . . . . ' . Vashington County Fair Ground s the home field. With no indoor quarters th aily program of activities ^ nable. to be held in inclcmen veather and with the approach o all the board began searching fo ome manner in .which to 'cbntinu he work thrbugh the fall am ·inter. Throughout this time th oard was attempting to iron ou he problems that" stood in th way of the construction of a per anent building. Building Available When the Assembly, of God IHiite Chapel Church building on outh* College became available he board decided that it woul e wiser to purchase that property a temporary . headquarters lan to let the program lapse o o rush into the plans fpr. buildini efore all necessary ground worl ad been made. The board, upon careful investi ation, felt that the purchase o: le church was a safe investmen' nd would realize a margin o: rofit in the continuation of the ub's program of work. The pur- lasc-was made early in Novem- er and the Club officially moved December 1. In the period between the enc ! the summer and the .transfer o: cation to South College about I boys took part in Fayetteville's, rst midget football program quipment was secured through ooperation from the University hletic department, .and four ames were played with other 'ams. The two home games-were eld at Harmon Field with the nal one designated "Homecom- g" and complete with a queen nd maids. In the football, as iif all the :am sports, -the. emphasis, was .aced on participation by all boys terested in the sport rather than n trying to win. Your and Dealer ATTENTION: FARMERS NOW THAT SPRING IS HERE, LET US HELP YOU . 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And with members of the Exchange Club doing much of the work showers were installed,'"th'e. 'plumbing repaired, 1 .the library painted and locks were placed on 'the doors. The biggest spurt in participation : followed 1 , the move to the chapel building. The enrollment jumped from, 125 to 250 in a little more than a month, with many of the new boys of the type the club feels it can do the most for -boys with limited or no access to supervised recreation. The present building has two floors, the top one 30 feet by 40 feet which is used for basketball, and the bottom one divided into a number of rooms devoted to a library, quiet games, boxing and utility purposes. " At the present time - it appears that the planning, by the club board toward its goal of a permanent building will -soon bear fruit. The plans' for a very functional structure, approved by the national Boys Club organization, arc ready and it is hoped that a Contract can be let for the con- 'struction within two .months'. The plans call for an "L" shaped structure with one wing scrvin] as a gymnasium. The buildini will be erected in the northeas' corner of the club's 10-acre plo; in the. south part of the city; Th first step in the development 01. the property was'ma.de recently when the.Kiwanis Club agreed to help in the building of a bridge and road into the property from Fourth Street. The. City will also furnish help in this project; · ' And additional development plans call for baseball and softbalL diamonds and. courts for various outdoor games. d Mn. iyand Mrs. K. : Pense ; of, Wiri!j r low announce the birth of : a' son March 29, at the -Clty^H«pitili Mr. and MM. H«rvr U'.lreli Mr. and Mrs. Harvey .Littrell of Huntsvili* announce the birth; of a daughter, March 30,it the City Hospital., · __i_;. ;.·..-·;:· V A ; ;--: Mr. and Mn. Bernle Farker ' VMrJ and Mrs: .Bernle Parker of Fayettcville announce the birth, of a 'son, March 31, at the City Hospital. . Mr, and.Mra. Jamei D. Wilton Mr.' and Mrs. James D. Wilson of Fayetteville announce the birth o f ' a daughter, March 29, at the County Hospital. Mr. and Mn. Don Hendrlcks " Mr. and'Mrs. Don Hcndrlcks of Springdale'announce the birth of a daughter March : 29, at the County Hospital.' IT'S ALL VOUKS/- this DELTA Shop FOR ONLY $ 53 20 DOWN Complete) as shown ACCURATE! .... the true quality and built-in precision of famous Delta Industrial Tool* HEADY TO USE) no time waited in changing tool setups--lust flip a switch . . ' . DO EVERYTHING! .... Dig Delta circular taw, jointer and drill .press perform every operation required in making . home repairs or building rrost furniture pieces GREATEST VALUES! . . . . this "lifetime" shop can* easily fmy for hull on one job' It's what you get that modes Delta the top tool-value 4S 4DVERT/SED IN PAKADE Also availabU without motor or stands 'PIONEER COMPANY, INC. SPRINGDALE, ARK MA Mr. and Mn. Jamei w; Thdale Mr. and Mrs/ James W. Tisdale of Fayettevllle announce the birth of a daughter, March 30, at the County Hospital. Mr. and Mre. Eugene Gnhb Mr. and. Mrs. Eugene Grabb of Springdale announce the birth of a daughter, March 30, at the County Hospital. Mr. and Mn. Bert L. Linjlev Mr. .and Mrs. Bert L. Langlcy IT'S A (All occaifon when a ncwj photographer Bnda Leopold Sto- kowikl and hit .wife, the lurroer Gloria Vandrrblji, and when one did, at opening of the Sadlor'i Wells billet In New York, both third away. Tnt famed dlrrctur II thuwn leaving ai aoon' at''he »poltcd the cameraman. Mn 8lc~ kowiikl u shuwn leivlng later, during tntermlsilon At end of January ihe give birth to tfif.r iccund cnlld. llmenuitlonalj Barbara favlM leeki DiSrerea · ''Lot Angi?li»-()-Barbara ,Parton has sued -for · divorce Jrom Franchoi Tone:and aayi'ih* ha» ' made up with Tom : :Keai, Who broke Tone's nose In a Jl|ht la»t ' summer over her aflectionj. :By filing her nult the actrtti blotted' the rxMilbllity of obtaining th«Di- vorce by default. Trial of hit kc- tioh without contest bad been' ict f o r April'7. ' . - · ' - ' . ...,,'. K*«t e« irtU tt* the Time* ft** th* rinifAf* Html tot** *. ·Urt to iwlittt C*Mfc't:C**Pf MM tone DeKomor Cokn -- turf rtt *' Color PUn ro14*r that it 7**fl rr«». fltM with color ·wttclm W yuur KeKtieft, . , · : '.. '-; C O O K ' S P A I N T S if Fayclteville announce the birth if a .son, March .31, at the County lospital, 35 LiccniM Issued Bcntonvillc - (Special) - Thjrty- 'ive marriage licenses were issued )y the office of .Bcnto'n County Clerk Mrs. Ruth Wharton Saturday morning. Mrs . Wharton said hat five additional couples were urncd down' who could not show roof of their iige. Eighty-three narriagc licenses were Issued last week. ' , - . REVIVAL Second Baptist Church Beginning Sunday, March 30 . · " Each Ervniitf it 7:36 EVANGELIST TOM RICHARDS rianrrt Betty Hcmlnx EVEftYONI WIICOMI TO ATTMD N.V. DRAKE, fetter first in Fayetteville that fresh, laundered look in stripe ·eenucker by NELLY DON $10.95 The fabric, th* cut that's In tha newtl From N*lly Don's series of fresh, soft-tailor drtssn In fine quality woven strip* leer- tucker, Sl««v*len coatdrets, above, with ' pique collar. Brown, red, black, purple. Sim 10 to IS. · main floor rear Blouses and Skirts $5.98 skir, s $5.98 tc, They're newl Th«Vr» oul.of'thli wofl* llouMi"«neJ ,,, a Gibson Girl influence. The blouses feature MSJ, pu'ffat) and softly fitted bodice. You'll love the whirling * lull, well-tailored iklrt. Sim 10 M 14, , , : -.'\- I-

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