Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 16, 1952 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 16, 1952
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Receives Legion of Merit Medal r a H i , ' A l a -"(Special)-Lt. Col. Thorgny C . Carlson, Jr., of Edgewood Hoad, Columbus, Ga., has received the Legion of Merit Medal here /or "exceptionally meritorious conduct in the I'erformance of outstanding service" in Korea. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Carlson of Fayetteville, Ark. The award was . presented by Maj. Gen. John DeF. Barker, deputy commandin. gen- ?TM.S · ,1, D , Univer ^ ty ' Whcrn Colonel Car '«n. Is presently stationed in the Plans and Operations Division. Colonel Carlson was riled, for exceptional achievement and devotion to duty" as Director , of Combat Intelligence of the Fifth Air Force. ; Homemakers Club Meets With Mrs. Strange The Homemakers Demonstration Club met Tuesday night in the home of Mrs. Dorothy Strange at 668 North Lindell. The roll call was answered with "my favorite recipe." The devotional was read by Mrs. Mary Lingelbach, and the poem of the month, "Keep A- · Coin'," was read by Mrs. Geneva Kirsch. · Mrs. Patricia Kulbeth read the · painting of Hie month, "The Lion's Storm." The mystery, package was won by Mrs. Barbara Kinkade. Each club member broughl her . favorite recipe and exchanged it lor another. Mrs. Turner Marie Vick gave a demonstration on foods. Plans were made for the club to attend a demonstration at the Singer · Sewing Machine Company in Fayetteville on sewing machine attachments. Fourteen members and two ' guests, Mrs. Pauline Lancaster and Mrs. Rosemary York, were present. The next meeting will be | held in the home of Mrs. Eunice I Noland. and Mrs. Ben Butler in Van Buren. She has been the guest.of I her sdn-in-law and daughter, M r . ' and Mrs. Ted H. Wylie. j 1 Naval Reservist Max C. Gab- i b a r d . h a s been accepted for two j years active service with the U. S. ' Navy. He left Sunday for Little Rock where he will be inducted. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gabbard of Wedinglon. Mrs. Guy Carroll h,is returned .from Mexico, Mo., whore she attended funeral services for her brother, Robert . Mundy, former Fayetteville resident who died unexpectedly Saturday morning following a heart attack. Mrs. Carroll was accompanied by her son, juy R. Carroll, Joe Mundy of i'ayelteville, and Billy and M a x Mundy of Siloam Springs. Miss Jeanneltc Scudder, dean )f women at the University, will be one of the'speakers at the opening general session of t h e Seventh Annual Conference on I Higher Education, sponsored by I the National Education Associa- | l i o n to be held in Chicago. Thurs- through Saturday. Theme for j the conference is "Manpower and I Financial Resources for. Higher 'Education: An Immediate and Long Range View." f» f ^B-"-- ^_ '· '" · Z^KC=K=m^MMMMM Sub-Teen Fashion Styles Offer Smart, Practical Wear MOUTHWBT ARKANSAS TUUt, feyMtoviM*, Ark. program was given which included two numbers by the rhythm band led by Mrs. Kerr; appreciation speeches to all teachers, directors bus drivers, cnoks and janitors; a talk on "the improvement and rating of Farmington Schools from 1949 under the leadership of Fred Kerr who has resigned as superintendent," given by Ewing Jackson; Eugene Dorman discussed the operations of the lunch room from the time it was started until the present lime, and presented a plaque to be placed in the lunch room Monday night following a cnvpred-dish supper. The lunch room will be called the "Lucy Allen Lunch Room" in memory of Miss Lucy Allen., In conclusion, the new superintendent, Charles Hansard, was introduced and Mr. Kerr gave a farewell speech. The meeting was adjourned by singing "Blest Be The Tie." Announcements Shamrock Club The Shamrock Club will meet tomorrow afternoon at '. o'clock at the home of Mrs. Griff Wilson | in Farmington. Bates School Tie Supper A P. T. A. benefit pie supper will be given at Bates School Thursday evening preceded by a program at 7:30 o'clock, which will include musical numbers by F. N, Stuckey and the Eagle Trio. Curtis Crouch will be auctioneer. AIR FORCE'S NEWEST JET BOMBER MAKES DEBuf spring lambs nnt sold, mostly 12 I 00-14.00; culls il.OO-ll.oo. -* ^'a^sg^^g^te^ -unt Pleasant Church Thursday Obituary William Andy Reetl U n c n l n - f S p e c i n l ) - W i l l i a m Andy Reed, 70, died at his home in Morrow, early this morning. He was a long-time resident of that comm u n i t y . He Is survived by his wife. Mrs. M a l t i e fieed, of the home; four sons, Fred Reed, of Morrow, Lary Reed, of Springdale, .lames Rocri. of Avondalc, Ariz., and Burl Reed, of Lincoln; four daughters, Mrs. Gladys Kidd, of Lincoln. Mrs. Bcrnicc Bradley, of Springdale,' lesam., Wash., iui'l Mrs. I r m ; i ' at 2 p. m , with the Rev. Arthur o'rT' iT '" ?';'-'M"" F: " ls - : EM " y ""M""'"*. B«"al will £ ,?,,,·· ::' .! LSI: '·"" lr " n nnd ·'. n "". ··«. 0TM^- ^ *·· me KIC;I| K r a i i ' t r h i l r l . sm-i'-K! w i l l lip held ,it "' "" wont you Tastt-a SHAKE? Personals Braden Home {Demonstration Club The Bradcn Home Demonstration Club will meet tomorrow at Jt:.!G p. rn. for n covered-dish luncheon at the home of Mrs. Ben Henson, Ml. Scquoyah, north. Country Club Junior Hifrh Dance The Junior High group of the Country Club will h a v e a dance Farmington P.T.A. ·Has Program-Meeting The Farmington P.T.A. met in the lunch room of the school Monday night following a covered-dish supper. The devotional . was/given by Mrs. Charles Kehn, followed by a prayer by Maynard Dorman. After the business meeting a Brislow, Okla., have been guest? of Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Gilbreath, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Napier returned Tuesday night after spending the Easter holidays with their son, Barron Napier, Jr., and his wife in Enid, Okla., where Barron is employed as radio announcer at radio station KCRC. Mrs. J. F. Porter left yesterday to return to her home in Osawatomie, Kan. En route she jtoppcd for a short visit with Mr, may bring a guest. Kniipa Alpha Wives And Mothers Club The Kappa Alpha Wives and Mothers Club will meet tomorrow at 2 p. m. in the home of Mrs. G. G. George, 811 North Highland Avenue. Mrs. J. F. Franklin will be co-hostess. Albln Art Lecture Edgar A. Albin will lecture tonight at 7:45 o'clock in the Art Center Lecture Room at the Uni- _yer8lty. His subject will be "The Ew"YORK-(NEA)_The sub- teen of this year is a lucky *irl. For her, there are sleek cottons for school wear fashions ns smartly styled as those in her big sister's wardrobe. They're practical, loo, taking easily to soap and water. Colors for these cottons are ns fresh and clear as a spring sky. There's apricot, smoke gray, green and pecan. Touches of sparkling white appear often in these Kale Greenaway designs. The girl (left) who's playing GAM DUGAS, NEA WMUI.-. EdIUr teacher wears a broadciofh~dre!J in smoke gray that's banded and trimmed in white pique. The pique bands of the bodice are continued at right angles down the side of the full skirt. Her companion (rlrht) has a sleeveless sheath In apricot cloque cotton. A clever left-side closing is fastened with shiny, white but- lons. White also bands the arm- lolcs. collarless neckline and the two left-hand patch pockets that are set above and below the self- belt Age of Artisans and Traders in the Art of Chin,-." Color slides will be shown in connection with the talk. 20th Ccnlury Club The 2(l;h Cnmiry Club w i l l ncel Friday at 3 p. m. at the home )f Mrs. L. B. Ham, 1228 Cleveland. Mrs. L. D. Tragcr w i l l review "The Fifth Chinese Daughter," by Jade Snow Wong. Make shopping easier... refresh! University Women's Club Plans have been changed for the University Women's Club luncheon to bo held Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock in the Faculty clubrooms. Members will not be called, but are asked to bring covered-dishes to serve six persons. Dessert and coffee w i l l be provided by the hostess committee. The nursery will Le open for small children. Today's Markef-- St. Louis Livestock National Stockyards, 'lll.-(/P)- (USDA)-Hogs 11,501); opened fairly active, later slow and uneven- ISO Ibs up steady to 10 lower than Tuesday's average with little change on 230 Ibs up; 170 Ibs down mostly 25 lower; sows steady 1o 25 o f f ; choice 180-230 Ibs rlown mostly 25 lower; sows steady lo 25 o f f ; choice 180-230 Ibs f u l l , w i d t h of grade 17.00-15; largely 17.00-10; top to packers 17.00- choice Nos. 1 2 and 3 240-270 Ibs 10.00-85; few io 17.00; 280-350 Ibs 15.50-85; 150-170 Ibs 14.75-1625120-140 Ibs 12.50-14.50; 100-110 Ibs 11.00-1225; sows 400 Ibs down 15.00-50; few 15.75; heavier tows 13.50-14.75; s l a g s 11.50-13.50- boars 10.50-12.50. Cattle 2,500;. calves 700; steers slow, little done; heifers and mix-, ed butcher yearlings opening steady but undertone easy; cows generally steady; utility and commercial largely 22.00-24.50; canners and cutters 17.00-21.50; bulls strong to 25 higher; utility and commercial bulls 23.00-26.50; cutter bulls 20.00-22.00; vealers unchanged; sorted prime offerings in modest numbers 39.00; good and choice 30.00-37.00; utility and commercial vealers 21.00-28.00. Sheep 800; early sales and general undertone weak to lower on lambs; very little here of quality tnd weights to fully test market; small lot choice lambs including few prime up to 29.00; most wool skins good and rholce 28.00-50; ncluding short deck Texas lambs at 28.50; which mates to 2875 Why take less when you get the T H E O L D S U N N Y I R O O K C O M P A N Y , t o U I S V I U E , K E NtlTC IC? Things go better after a pause at the familiar red cooler. 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