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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 16, 1952
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NOtTtflMIT AKANSAS TUMI, F«yeH«.HI», AHMwe* Wednesday, April It, 19S9 0r CHABLES E. LYONS (Fer Hal Bojle) New York-W)-When a guy takes his little' woman stepping to the music of a big-name band, she may look for the "name" but he's a sure bet to get round-eyed over the girl vocalist. This entirely natural phenomena is reason enough for a great percentage of the music boys to see to it that a bosomy, blonde little thing 1 sits at the end of the front row of bandsmen. Her main funcion seems to be toe-tapping the beat, bobbing the head in a somewhat rythmic pattern and throwing a smile at the boys occasionally. And a couple of times during the evening the bandstand beauty gets up and demonstrates a certain talent for vocalizing to boot. I idea for controlling that situation | He had his own daughter do the But Freddy Martin at the Hotel Roosevelt is one baton maestro who has reached the top without feeding his customers this formula. From his bandstand Martin peddles sweet music with artistic arrangements. In fron. of U..o band is Freddy and his sax--but no sex. "Too many headaches," is the way Freddy explains it. "When I was first starting, my friends in the business advised me to steer clear of girl singers and so far I've been doin' all right." But he knows some of the troubles that make other band leaders reach for the aspirin. "Sometimes when a band is playing a night club, a customer will wobble up and try to date the vocalist," he said. "This cab get complicated, especially if the vocalist goes with someone in the band." singing in his band. A series of one-night stands with- long jumps in between is tough on the men, let alone a lady singer, says Martin. She also -has to have special hotel accommodations. And as you'd expect, a girl has about three times as much luggage as male looters what with prettying paraphernalia and a bunch of evening gowns to be lugged around. The more talent and the more beauty that goes with the vocalist, the harder it is to keep her in the organization. The mortality rate via matrimony is high. Either that or they leave to solo on their own. "But generally girl singers don't last too long," said Freddy, "Men are the big money-makers. Girls like Doris Day, Ginny Sims, Dorothy Lamour, Kay Starr, Peggy Lee and Lena Home--all of whom got started with a band--are unusual exceptions." But to get back to the psychology-of the thing. Martin claims it's really the little woman who calls .he tune anyway. And she'd much rather not give hubby the chance So ogle a curvy velvet-throated brush. How can she have a good time with all that competition? Bill. Hitz, one of Martin's . sax men, says that intra-band romance can often spoil the close harmony. He cites the case of one luscious warbler-everytime she smiled at the customers her musician boyfriend frowned. Some singers have three or four bandsmen frowning at the same time. Frankie Carle had a pretty good JTOMAClTGAF Takos Joy Out OF LIFE! Some people bloat up with ia« after almost every meal. They fcave heartburn, Indijestion and dyspepsia, and can't even eat the best food without suffering afterward. SLOW dijwtion o f t e n eausn food to remain in the stomach too long and (as forms. The New Medicine, CERTA- VIN, is now brinrln; real relief to many gas victims here in Fay- ettevllle. It acts to relieve the (as caused by food laying UNdigested In the. stomach. CERTA-VIN also supplies vitamin B-l when needed to help prevent indigestion miseries from coming hack. That's how This New Medicine gets at a REAL CAUSE of gas and Indirection because it helps AVOID a RETURN of the. suffering. Many have waited years for a aitdicine like thli, because It gives Real L A S T I N G Relief (when taken as directed) and it supplies Iron, too, when jnur system needs this Important mineral. Certa-Vin does even more! It will enrich the blood (increase red blood corpuscles) to overcome that tired, worn-out feelinj. So don't to on suffering! If you ·well with gas or feel weak and rundown, due to the above conditions, get CERTA-VIN--Fayette- vllle Drug Store. Large Bottle 51.65. DOROTHY DIX -- CONTINUED FROM PAGE FOUR stop!" or "This has gone fa enough; let's go back to the poin where we were, say, two month ago!" Emotions just aren't tha accomodating. They gain mo m e n t u r n with each kiss and if permitted to go on unbridled end inevitably in disaster. It i practically always the girl's job t call a halt and if she delays to long, the heartbreak is usuall hers to bear alone. You Should Know Better At 22 you are certainly ol enough to realize the dangers in volved and to^be in.better contro of the situation. Naturally, Jim mie feels that if he can't respec you in big things, it's rather un. necessary to extend to you th simple courtesies of everyday life He certainly has given you through, his negligence :jn thi matter, a thorough picture of hL feelings towards you. Volumes couldn't provide a better indication. Are you going to profit by it or continue the petting that has already lost you his respect, anc your own? You are not beset by the question of right or wrong that you have a conscience is very evident. Just listen to it and exercise a little self-control. Since neither you nor Jimmie even know.if you're in love with each other, I suggest thst you give him up, try a little self-analysis and recover your own confidence in your morals and ideals. Per- laps if you're apart for a while, :he question of mutual love will also clarify itself. If not, profit by the lesson with the next boy you date. Keep your own self-respect and demand consideration Irom him. You'll be much happier. Farmington Baccalaureate s e r v ic e s for Farmington High School's seniors were conducted Sunday night at he Methodist Church by the Rev. Jesse Coleman of Lincoln. Miss .ucy Leigh Brown directed the music, and the Rev. A. L. Riggs gave the invocation. Commencement exercises will be held Thursday at 8 p. m. at the school auditorium. The Rev. Edward Jrubaker of Fayetteville will be he principal speaker. Wr. and Mrs. John Neimeyer of Kinsas City, Mo., spent the weekend with Mrs. Neimeyer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loy Rusher. Other guests in the Rusher home were Mrs. David Dorman and sons of Fayetteville. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Finger spent the weekend at Kansas City, Mo., with their daughter, Mrs. Emily Sanders. Miss Barbara Jean Toney and Billy Wilson, students at John Brown University, spent the weekend with their respective parents. Members of the John Brown Choir, they have just returned rom a two-week tour of South Texas. Mrs. Nolia Lowman, who spent I the winter in Texas with her son- in-law and daughter, has returned to her home here. Charles David McNeal, who has been called to active duty as a naval reservist, reported for duty last week. His wife and sons accompanied him. A film on cancer was shown at Vital New Discovery About Polio Will Be Tested On Children the school Monday night under sponsorship of the Home Demonstration Club. Dr. Frank Riggall was the principal speaker. Eddy Arnold And Company To Show At Joplin Hall Eddy Arnold, the "Tennessee New York-OT-A vital new discovery about polio will be tested on children this summer, to prevent infantile paralysis. The discovery is that the polio virus apparently gets into the blood before it enters nerves and destroys them. And while t' e virus still is in the blooc', it can be killed by giving antibodies. This kind o[ prevention of polio has worked in monkeys and chimpanzees. Next, children threatened by an epidemic will be given the antibodies to hit the virus before it oooies 10 nil me virus Deiore H . " U L nu-ie is miomer encourag' makes them sick. Where or when j in S fact--that only n small dose o. the tests will come was not dis-' antibodies does the trick. Dr. virus left the blood and attacked nerves. All the monkeys produced their own antihorlics, but some apparently did not make enough, or rlirt not mjikc them soon enough. If Ihe monkeys were first given an extra dose of antibodies, they did not get sick. The hope is that such antibody shots would protect many humans in a piillo epidemic. It might be a hard problem to get enough of the blood medicine, or io give it soon enough. And Ihe antibodies that are given this way don't last effectively for very long. But there is another encourag- if closed. The antibodies will come from human blood. Most people have hrd polio, .without ever knowing it, and they make their own antibodies to destroy the virus. One substance in your blood carries these antibodies. The new discoveries were re- oorted to the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology by Dr. David Hodian of Johns Hopkins University and Dr. Dorothy M. Horstmann of Yale. Their findings ir. monkeys ap- larently apply as well to humans. The National Foundation for In- !antile Paralysis supported tlieir work. The monkeys got polio virus in heir food--just as humans do. A veck or two later, the virus was 'ound in their blood, and it stay* cd there for a few days. All this ime, the monkeys showed no signs The gestation and incubation period among . elephants is from 1 to 22 months. 'lowboy, will present his radio amboree show at. Memorial Hall in Joplin, Mo., Saturday, April 26. Along with Arnold will be Guy Willis and his Oklahoma Wranglers, Comedian Jamup and Honey, the Dickens Sisters, and Little Roy Wiggins and his steel guitar. Eddy Arnold, and RCA Victor slcKnes «- recording artist has sold m o r e Later, some monkeys got sick than 16,000,000 records in six I and became paralyzed when the years. Among his big recording hits, Arnold will sing "Bouquet of Roses," "Anytime," "Molly Darling," "I'll .Hold You In My Heart," "I Wanna Play House With You," "Easy On The Eyes," and many other songs he has made famous. It will be the first appearance in Joplin of the Eddy Arnold show. Arnold has appeared on such radio shows as Arthur Godfrey, Perry Como, Tallulah Bankhead's "The Big Show," M i l t o n Berle show and Ezio Pinza show. He has his own coast to coast radio show which now is in its eighth year on more than 200 stations. Seats for the show are not reserved. The doors will open at 7 p. m. Mrs. Jay L. Wilder, Box 686, Joplin; Mo., is presenting the show. Bodian said. This brightens the hopes for a real vaccine. Springdale The Women's Missionary Society met Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. for a lunchcjn and royal service program. Hostesses were Mrs. Ella Fletcher, Mrs. Shaffer, Mrs. Harry Croft,. Mrs. Betty Searcy and Mrs. R. A. Eidson. After tho luncheon Mrs. Lewis Epley, president of the society, took charge of the meeting. The Wilma Weeks Circle presented the program, directed by Mrs. Loftin Brogdon, Mrs. Cline Lane brought the devotional. Others having parts on the program were Mrs. Harvey Truitt, Mrs. V. R. DuCotc, Mrs. Jim Wilson -ind Mrs. Elmo Lane. .Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hensley of Springdale " are in Detroit, Mich.,. on a business trip. They will return some time this week. The Rev. nnd Mrs. I. J. Kerrick arc in Little Rock, where Mr. Kerrick will attend the quarterly meeting of the state board of managers of Ihe work of the Christian Churchy o j the utate. While in Little Rock they will be guests of their daughter,, Mrs. Alice Rody. The Steadfast Sunday School class of the First Baptist Church met Monday night at the home of Mrs. Troy Kyan. Mrs. William Hunt brought the devotional. Guests were Mrs. Richard Harris, Mrs. George ii;irncr, Mrs. Jo Ann Trolllnger, Mrn. Bert Ingram, Mrs. Robert Cuopor, Mrs. Lois Newman, Mrs. June Carroll, Mrs. Ted Insco, Mrs. Lester Schmidt, Mrs. Guy Loyd, Mrs. Robert Harris, Mrs. Clifford Samuel and Mrs. Lydla White. At the close of Ihe program refreshments were served. Members of the 1952 graduating class of Springdale High School, together with Rotary Anns were guests Monday night of the Rotary club. The banquet was held in the high school cafeteria. Dr. Richard Hosteller, head of the exchange student program at Ihe University, presented Mario Orsenigo of Milan, Italy, nnd Shago Oiyama of the Ryukyus islands in the Pacific, who gave their imprcs sions of the United Stales. The Rev. John Morcland presented two vocal numbers, accompanied at the pinno 'iy Mrs. Stanley Jordan. The girls trio also sang two vocal number. 1 ;. The trio is composed of Miss Dewlila Riggs, Miss Shirley Zachary and Miss Carolyn Tlsdale. They were accompanied by Mrj. Guy Wann. Nelson-Dodd, president of the-Rotary Club, gave the welcome address and Jimmy Cypert, president of the senior class, gave the response. D. O. Smith arranged the program. H. R. Clark served as riaster of ceremonies. The dinner was servc'd by the home economics girls and prepared under the direction of Mrs. Charles Elmer. Mrs-; David Hairier attended Ihe funeral service of her (reat- uncle, Bob Wilkcrson, at Purdy, Mo., Tuesday tflernoon. Mr. Wll- kerion was a former resident of Springdale and at one time served as city marshal. He Is survived by several relatives In Sprlngdule and Knycttevlllo. Pleas Sigrmm was taken fo the Veterans Hoipital In Faycttcvllle Tuesday morning by a Calllson- Slsco ambulance, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Harister and son, Eddie, of Theodore Drive, were guests Sunday In thf TM_ of the Rev. and Mrs.- Arthur^,. Hart of Bcntonville. Mr. nnd Mrs. Georft Ward,: f Springdale were Sunday dinner guest of Mr, and Mrs. G, G. Morris, north of Sprinfdile. ··'·-. In many states. * mrfll of an unmarried woman Is regarded as'ri- vokcd by her subsequent rrito- riage. '"' Announcing . . . THE RE-OPENING OF THE VENESIAN INN TONTITOWN, ARK; *· Serving Italian Dinners, Chicken Barbecue and Steaks EARL and ADA HENRY B E G I N N I N G A P R I L 2 0 CHANGE IN SCHEDULES A change in schedules of certain Frisco passenger trains will be made effeetiye April 20, 1952. For complete information ask y o u r Frisco Ticket Agent. Come In and See Us About Our Easy Payment Plan on Re-Modeling Your Home, Building New Garage, Chicken House or Milk Barns, etc. ALSO We Have Old and New Philco Refrigerators and. Freezers Clifton Lumber Co. Phone 27. West Fork, Ark. ^Wlf 'Q7W COTTONS Who Gives ~;/Green Stamps? We Do! McKeehan'i Fabric Center IS Eait Center Johnson's Flint ind Wallpaper Start II North Block St. Hilton Bros. DrlT.-in Furnilur* Stort Hwr. 71 Norlh Town t Campus MEN'S WEAR . Oiirk Thtitrt Bldj. Un«r trot, Shoe Stern Fairway Grocery 41S N. Colin. Glenn's Dairy (How* to hou» delivery) Phon. StO-W-4 Oxark Cioanera 101 North Black St. Harlan's Service Station Friendly Gull Station 11 Norlh Collet MtUoy-MtNoIr FeyetterUle Printing Co. Phillips Motor Co. 120 North Colltg. Moore's Gift Shop II North Black St. Fairway Hardware 230 Mill Si. Waggoner's Bakery 10S Wtil St. Quaker Drug Store 22 Etlt C«n!tr St. Beebe's Jewelers 14 Eeil Centtr Yards and yards of bright and cheery cottons... specially reduced in prke to make Summer sewing more of a pleasure for your budget than ever before. Come choose from plains and prints, sheers and itripes. All washable, of course! CANNON 81x99 FIRST QUALITY SHEETS . . 81x128 COLORED PEPPERELL . WASH CLOTHS . . HEAVY, LARGE SOFT, ABSORBENT TOWELS . . WOMEN'S X SIZE PANTIES Doz. 5* FOR Children! TRAINING PANTIES 5 for 50c SOX SAME PRICE Women's Blouses--Special price 79f for $1 ·euth SUe Squirt (UliU Blon CAIH Siln Only Rita's Beauty Salons Phene list or IIS Redeem your SAH Green Stamps at the Redemption Center, 420 North College Men's Sanforized Shorts . . 2 for $1 Blue Chambray WORK SHIRTS SANFORIZED Khaki Work Pants Sanforized $1 298 TEST O'ALLS Men's 100 Fur Felr $059 V* 79 Mi 2 " : 2 for $5.50 Men's SLACKS 3 tf ·JiniS MATERIALS, 3 yds for $1 Western Cowboy Hots . JP COATS Thread 4c-8c-25c darks BIG BALL, 2 for 49c Any Unused Item May Be Exchanged or Returned for Refund. We Cheerfully Cash Checks Ark. Brokerage Co. The Piece Goods Paradise of Northwest Arkansas East Main, Siloom Springs Wett Emma, SpringdcU

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