Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 3, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 3, 1952
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AMANIAf TIMtt, i«nHe«Me, AftWMW. Thumfay, April 3, Iff! lewelf Pageant Wnl Feature State History A pageant of Arkansas history · will ; be given by pupils of the fourth, and fifth. grades of Lcv- erett School, Friday at 2 p. m. and 7:30 p. m., in the school audi- · torium. ' .·This is a play covering the hls- tdry of Arkansas from .pro-historic time, through the Indian era, explorers, early settlers, the War · between, the States, the gay nineties; and concluding with a display which depicts Arkansas as the flourishing, "progressive and ' productive state of today. Annual Air Force Inspection' Announced · Lt. Col. Ray W. Alford, of' the "University, has announced that the annual inspectioa of the Air Force ROTC Detachment will be ' conducted on the 15th and 16th of April. - The inspection team . of Air Force personnel from Headquarters 14th Air Force, Robins Air Force Base, Ga., will arrive in time to begin their inspection as . of 8 a. m., April 15th. The inspection includes an inspection in ranks of the Air Force HOTC Cadet Wing on the Drill _Ft'eld*atai a. m., April 15th. At " that · time the outstanding Air Force cadets will be announced. Staff members of the Air Force · ROTC department will entertain the inspection officials with a luncheon in the Student Union on April 16th, Col. Alford advised. White And Morrison · Assigned To Panama Dr. John W. White, head of the University department of rural . economics and sociology, and W. R. Morrison, instructor in the department, left yesterday for Panama on a temporary assignment " in connection .with the Arkansas Agricultural Mission to that country. Members of the mission have · reported that marketing of agricultural products is a serious problem in Panama, with practically no marketing system in existence. Dr. White and Mr. Morrison wil study the situation, in" eluding the need for transportation, storage facilities, and other marketing facilities. Their work will take them to all parts of the ·country. Or. McGovran Visits .State Agri Stations 'Dr. E. H. McGovran, of the Office of Experiment Stations, U. S. .Dept. of Agriculture, Is spending two weeks in Arkansas making the annual federal inspection of the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station. He will be in Fay- ctteville until April 9, and then · will visit the branch stations and substations with Prof. Dwight Isely, associate director, to stud Ihe research work, under way ' those locations. Personals M/Sgt, and Mrs.,Adam A. Williams have returned from the Ar kansas state teachers convention in Little Rock. Maj. Claude A. Hughes, of the University, has just returned from the Arknasas state teachers convention i n ' Little Rock. Mrs. J. F. porter, formerly of Faycttevllle, was to arrive from Osawatomie, Kan., today to v,isit her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Ted R. Wylie. Mr. and Mrs. William L. Bunch are among those who attended the District Meeting of Rotarians in Eureka Springs. While there they visited wilh a number of friendf. . Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. .Robert Porter and son, Bobby, from Orange, Texas, are visiting here this week with'his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben. Porter. Mr. nhd Mrs. Jack Harlan, 604 South Mission Road, Okmulgee, Oldo., .formerly ot Fayetteville, announce the arrival of a son, born March 31 at the Oi-.inulgee City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. D. M u l l e n s - a n d family of California were honored giiests at a dinner, given H the 13. F. Kmion home in Elklns, Sunday. Fifty-one relatives wer; present for the reunion!' Dr. George Fischer left last night for Chicago, where he will meet Mrs. Fischer, who has been visiting her mother for the last two weeks. Dr. and Mrs. Fischer will return to Fayetteville Sunday. Roy D. Howard, son of William Clyde Howard, Drr-kes Creek, has been promoted to .he rank of cor poral n Heidelberg" Military Post in the U.S. Zone of Germany Ho is armorer with the 45th Engineer Construction battalion. second class, USN, »on of Mr, an Mrs. D.. S. Meeler of Springdal is serving aboard the landing sh tank .USS 533, hclplns supp Naval Installations in the Med terrancan and Caribbean. Capt. and Mrs. John J. Hennc berger, 722 West Maple, ha've.h; as guests Mrs. llcnnebergcr's pa: ents, Mr. and Mrs. Otho J. Ra forty, Mrs. John Rafferty, and M and Mrs. John McCu'rrcy of Web City, Mo. Among the recent honor gradu ates from the Air Force Technics Training School, Chanute A Force Base, Rantoul, 111., w; Staff Sgt. Julius M. Allen, USAF son of Mr, and Mrs. L. A. Allen o Fayetteville. Recent initiates of Phi Alph lelta are Malcolm Levenstcii Osceola; Leroy Finch, Little Rock "iill Demmer, Little Bock; John-n Wood, Arkadelphia; Joe D. Olson Harrison; Ollie Bland, Jr., For Smith.- Pierre Tt. Loiseaux, professor aw at the University,' addressee he August II. Garland Chapter o ^i Alpha Delta, national honorary egal fraternity at -its regular offee meeting, Monday. His topr vas "Social Responsibilities of At- orneys." Kdgar A. Albin, associate pro- essor of art at^ihe University wil] give two lectures at the Mem- ihis Academy of Arts Tuesday. He vill speak on contemporary arl nd on Picasso's Guernica in con- lection with the opening of an ex- jbition of African sculpture. Mr. uiid Mrs. Ross Ames entertained witli open house last week- TM (-end for Mr. cr.d Mrs. Walter McFarland' of Duncan, Okla. Mrs. McFarland will be remembered here as the former Betty Lois LeMarr. Pvt. Delmar F. Wood, son ot Mr. and- Mrs. Sherman Wood of Fayetteville, has been selected to attend the Food Service School at Camp Chaffee, after completing eight weeks of basic training with the Fifth Armored Division. James C. Meeler, gunner's mate, First Lt. Darrel! McFarland ho has spent the past 14 month, acftve duty i n Korea v/'th the 36th Field Arti.'cry, Lome Sunday. Lt'. McFarland ai · ived in Tulsa Sunday morning: He was met by his v/ife yncl parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jame. McFarland and family. Donald L. Easterly, seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Easterly of Springdale, and husband of the former Miss Mary F. Sisemore, daughter of Bob Sisemore of Johnson, is serving abo'ard the USS Essex, recently returned to the .United States from a nine- month tour of duty in the Korean combat zone. Dr. L. W. Russuin,' son o! Mr. ynd Mrs. Victor RUSSUPI of Fayetteville, has been promoted to section leader heading the proc · ess economics section of the process division of the Standard Oil Company of Indiana. Russum re- SoManyLHHeOiddhoodHls *br ·» nmny mod- era motbera mike jut. to keep St. Jo.«ph A.plrin For Children hiorlj, run, for emertenci... If, ipprorfj Jr llunuMl of loeton. Tablet. .,, ^ £", «oie. KonerflobreikthTM. children like lu pBreorniUhmr. Bui St. Joseph Aipirrt For CMldreolod.,. BoW« ol so Ublet. oolr MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL reived Ms A.B. and U.S. degrees here at the University in lt18 and 1939. and his doctor -. degree from Massachusetts Inst't'ute «' Technology in 1947. first Lt. J.-.ku Jenkins h';.s been assigned to the 502nd T.utlcal Control Group of the Fifth Air Force in Scoi-1, Krre:i o.i ai. 1.8 months tour -of duty. He left WrlghWatterson A F.D . Davton, Ohio, February IB Mrs. Jenkins .".nd daughter, ArLadclla_wIli remain in Ohio until'school Is out. They will then return to Arkansas to inake their home. Lt. and Mrs. Jenkins were former Fayetteville res;c'ents Toddy's Market-- St. Louis Livestock National Stockyards, III. -{#)- (USDA)-llogs 10,500; weights 180 bs. up and sows mostly 25 lower than Wednesday's average except some heavy sows little changed; .70 Ibs.- down steady to 25 lower; )ulk choice 180-230 Ibs. 16.50-75; shippers and ( butchers 'buyirtg Choice Nos. 1 and 2 220 Ibs. down argely at 16.60-75; lop 16.75, owest since April 20, 1950; 24( 170 Ibs: f u l l width.of choice grad 5.50-16.35; 280-360 Ibs. 15.00-5 50-170 Ibs. 14.75-16.25; 120-14 bs. 12.50-J4.25; 100-110 Ibs. 11.01 2.00; sows 400 Ibs. down 14.51 5.25; over 400 'Ibs. 13.00-14.2, l.i»s 11.50-13.50; boars 9:50-12.0 Cattle 1,200, calves 400; deman 'illy moderate for steers; litt one early although few good 1 choice steers and * heifer .endy at 29.00-32.50; cows opene tendy; bulls strong to 25 highei ealcrs steady; utility and com nercial cows 21.50-24.00; canner nd cutters 17.00-21.00; utility an ommcrcial bulls 23.00-26.25; cu' bulls 19.00-22.00; most goo nd choice vcalers 30.00-38.0( rime to 40.00; Utility arid cpm nercial vealers 22.00-28.00. Sheep 500; lambs steady to spot i higher than Wednesday; to 9.25 to shippers sparingly fo loicc and prime woolskins es mated around 100 Ibs; other gooi i prime wooled lambs largel 7:75-29.00, including load burr neven weights at 27.75; same rice for mates yesterday; slaugh er ewes unchanged, " few sale 2.00-14.00, culls 0.00-11.00. Cerro B o I i v a r, Venezuela* ountain of iron, is expected to eld 10 million tons of ore a year ' U.S. steel mills before 1900. itaniji' I li/l-it · F E E L I N G «* LOW ? Maybe You Need VI-MINTEX tllimlra Vl'"mlli«rill,°V|.MINtlX T..blatl mar Pep Y°u "P '"· nobody'i 1 '*"· Tluy pick · wallop. _ Y o u t I body ntcdt Ihtm all. Try VI-MINTEX labl.h for a month at our ri-.k -- ot « poiltlv. monty back quarintu. VI.MINTEX only coiti 11.00. Sold only by Clinthtn's Fy«tt»ilh Oral Mm Mlif OrMn FIIM Announcements Frartical Nurses Fayetteville Practical N u r s e will meet tonight in the City. Hos- ·pital Nurses' Home at 7:30 'j'rlock. Paroles Granted To 23 Convicts By State Board Lltile Rock-WJ-The stale Board of Pardons and Paroles yesterday granted paroles to 23 rnnvlcts. The board also recommended two commutations of sentence and sc-ven furloughs. Those paroled, the county In which they were sentenced, dote'of sentence, charge and term included: Basil Blcvins, Cralghead, May 2,-1949, accessory to murder, five years. Nelson Crowe, Mississippi, November 2, 1950, assault with intent to rob, two years. Chester Davis Lewis, Mississippi, August 4, 1951, burglary, two years. Adam Van Hook, Mississippi, April 13. 1D15. second rlogive murder, 21 years. James L, Ward, Craighead, November 23, 1951, receiving stolen property, one-year. An outstanding flavor--Junge'i Roman Meal Bread. 11-ll-tl Advertise in the TIMES--11 i,iyn word for Wilken changed to txtra-smoo country-style flavor avor THE WILKEH COMPANY, UWKUCEBURG, INDIANA .· BLENDED WHISKEY · E6 PROOF - 701 GRAIN NEUTMl PRE-EASTER SALE First in Fayetteville Coats - Suits - Dresses Savings Up To ] /2 Friday and Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Stonesifer "Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Stonesifer ot Winslow announce the birth of a daughter, April 2, at the City Hospital. Dixie Special! Our WEEK-END Ladies' 7 Jewel Swiss Movement Men's 17 Jewel Swiss Movement · Mode with grapefruit juice and lemon gratings · Creamy lime.'icing. · Many Styles to Choose From · Fully Guaranteed · All Have Cylinder Crystals · Add to Your Account or ·Pay 1.00 down and 1.00 per week No Interest No Carrying Charge 8 'E. Center Phone 2616 Famous Labels - Fine All Wool Coats and Suits in the Season's Smartest Styles, Fabrics and Colors Values to 34.95 NOW $ I9 Values to 49.95 $29 NOW Values to 55.00 NOW ¥ A small deposit holds your choice in our layaway! Use Your Boston Store Charge Account. PRICE 38 Only - Early Spring Dresses 1 Dress, Orig. 29.95 3 Dresses, Orig. 34.00 Now 14.97 Now 17.00^ 5 Dresses, Orig. 10.98 Now 5.47 5 Dresses, Orig. 12.98 Now 6.49 7 Dresses, Orig. 14.95 3 Dresses, Orig. 16.75 HOW 8.37 3 Dresses, Orig. 17.95 Now 8.97 . _ 4 Dresses, Orig. 19.95 Now 9.j?7 4 Dresses, Orig. 69^95 Now 1 Dress, Orig. 23.95 Now 11.97 1 Dress, Orig. 79.95 Now 39.97 Now 7.47 1 Dress, Orig. 39.00 Now 19.50,* 1 Dress, Orig. 39.95 Now 19.97f' 1 Dress, Orig. 69,95 Now 25.00^

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