Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 5, 1952 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 5, 1952
Page 12
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MOtTH*tlT MMHIAl flMIt, lunfsxille And lewisville Teams rnnen In FFA Contests At U. A. ( Farmers of Amcrlra ( n m o n e five w'nntez teams' Bat- teams from the high | urday in the . Arkansas T, F. A. M^ulaw !!· if · !··· iwwmiwy, nwy a, IT9Z .. each team a trip to Kanoi City. Other winner* were: , Poultry--Roger*, first; .Huntn- ville, Keomf: Harrison, third. Dairy r«tt!»-- Siloam Sprlng«, first; Tttlt and Waldron, tied for Mcond; Marketf Tree,, fourth, , Dairy prodiicU!--Marked Tree, Die Of Chemkil Spriy In Control Of Brush And Forest Is Discussed if Prairie Grove A discussion of the use of chern-* at HuntsUUe and Lewis | Judging .ronlesl at the University,I Cenar»l livestock -- Bismarck, first; Drew Centrii, second; L»-'l' cal " *"* ront r°l of brush and un ' desirable hardwoodi. was given at vaca, third, i, Ark., will represent Arkansas! The Huntsville learn won flrBl " ?c ° nd; .' i * Eha Central -third, two divisions of the American I honors in judging meats, and the M e n u -- Morrilton, Ihlrd. secondj October. They wore era! llvcMtnk judging, earning i oprmsaair, inira, ··I Livcfiauc -snowjn Kansas jLc ^tville.tcam scored first In gen-1 · More than SOD F. F. A. members from- 81 Arkansas high schools took part In the contest, held at the U. A. Farm and Dairy r Building. They .had previously won honors In .'our district contests .in Arkansas. toe Chow, an engineering, student from Moose Jaw, Sask. in three-letter University's REBUILT WITH STATE PARTS BY STATE EXPERTS ELECTROLUX 3-DAY SPECIAL!!! i In im TJUCKS--rt BI;I FLOOR POLISHER at No Extra Cost 'with tyiry cltantr purchotod... 1. Ita iM (M pnfccf, ,,,, mil ,*, t. n, *M (fc» win fnm ,, rm / mf.0K,irnxfi. t. 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Perhaps you h»vc KMTM in the third clan and don't hove ill of the few in the flrrt cliw. Tbat'i dangtrouj to your bank account. We'll bo glad to study your policies, without charge or obligation on your part, and cluwify ihem according to your individual nmdi. RENNER COMPANY, Inc. "/Rsuroiie* of All Kindt" Phone 236 Security - Connecticut Compunie Prairie Grove Friday night by H. C. Ray of Fayeltevllle, range npc- sial l s ' w 'th the .Soil Conservation Service. The meeting, designed to quaint farmers .and others with the strides being made in chemical control of brush and scrub Jorest, '.'an sponsored by the civic clubs of Prairie Grove. Don'ald'Ong, vice president of Ihc Aero Chemical Industries, Inc., nf Kansas -City, described the airplane application of 'chemical for range and pasture improvement. He told the 'group that 'several hundred acres of land, largely non-commercin! forest, will be sprayed in this area this summer. Ray pointed out there are approximately 4,000,000 acres of land in Arkansas classified as noo- comtnerc^al forest. If Ihe undesirable hardv/nods were n-movcd from this land, he said, the area v.'ould support a good cover of grasses for grazing. The area sprayed last year at Harrison IK looking very encouraging, he said. A good grass cover is coming 'in. He added hat airplane needing results have been excellent. Orrin- Henbcst, offiola! of the Washington County soil conservation district, advised armcrs that want area sprayed this year' to contact the Fayetteville SCS of- 'icc. Springdale Miss Doris DuVault of Little Rock was a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Riggs on Hoi- comb Street over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Samuel of West Emma Avenue returned Sunday from H vacation spent in Mississippi, Tennessee, Louisiana and Arkansas. Mr. Samuel is employed at the Coger Drug Store She made the trip in i Callison- Slico ambulance. ' St. Raphael'! Altar Society will meet : Monday night at 7:30 at.the home of. Mrs. Conrad Hammond north of Springdale. AH members are invited to attend. Dr. Howard Hpnry was elected vice-president and .Dr. C. M. Kimbrough secretary of the Ozark Dental Study Club at a meeting held in the Hotel Arkansas Saturday night. The . president and treasurer 'are from Rogers. ! Jerry Ludwie. son of the Rev. and Mrs. William I.udwig of Springdale. was taken to the County Hospital last Monday where he speht. the week undergoing observation. He underwent arid Mrs. Samuel is employed by the First State Bank. "Astronomical figures' motif In the decorations, menu and entertainment given Friday at 7:30 o'clock when the Sprlngriale High School juniors vere hosts honoring the seniors at a banquet given in the new cafeteria, "Hitch Your Wagon .To a Star"- was the underlying theme. The Hcv. H. M. Lewis, pastor of the First Methodist Church, opened the program with the invocation. Chuck Morton gave the welcoming address and Jimmie Cypert cave the response "from the senior, class. Paul Shaffer gave the farewell speech. Rosemary Patrick an appendecomy Friday. His condition is reported to be satisfac- I tory. were the Mr . and Mrs . w ] A.~ Hard isle/ and son. Eddie, of Theodore Drive spent Sunday afternoon gave a tap dance and the · high school trio--Margaret Johnson, Neva Cram and Caroline Simonds, sang several numbers. Mrs. Effie Slmms, who operate Simms Convalescent Home, wa returned to her home over th weekend from the Elizabeth HOE pital in Prairie Grove. Shft" ha :ipen there for medical trcatmerv Bees Slid NeeM To PolliiMlt Legume Crops "Today it is just «s essential to obtain bees to pollinate our le- j gume crops as it is to obtain good seed to sow." J. H. Davis, state ! apj^ry inspector of Little Rock j said at the quarterly meeting of j the Northwest Arkansas Beekeepers Association in Harrison Friday. , . The meeting was opened by the president, Harry L. Foster, -Grav-, proved. The next quarterly raeetlnj of the «s«ocf»tion will t* held in Rogers, August t. In the TIMES--It D«T». ette;. Benton County. Officers of the association present included W. H. Smith, vice president, Har- Crison; Mrs. Dele N. Doke, sccrc- tary-treasurer, G a r f i e l d ; P a t Clayborne, director, Alpena; Mrs. George Whitman, director, Yellville. The Rev. Earl Cravens, pasr tor of the First Methodist Church, Harrison, gave the invocation. A t . t h e business meeting, a constitution and by-laws were np- PLAN TO BUILD Saa Our Malarial Cat Our PrteM. Trr Our Strrfet, DYKE LUMBER CO. »l SL Charlia with Mr. and Mrs. .Tarcl E. Wheaton and son, Ger.-*', of Andersoh, Mo. Recognition of rank attained by the Girls Auxilary of the First Baptist Church the past year were given Sunday night a) B in; the sanctuary of the church. A capacity (Crowd attended. The work- is nart of the program of the Baptist denomination in teachin? junior msdic/nei imo»n 'io doctor, tor the riiiti of and intermediate girls. The coro nation of kin? and queen was presented and directed, by "Miss Doris CHOKED,,::-: GAS? THANK HEAVENS! Mflitnltacksirejufit acid" Indigestion. When it' itrikea. take BMl-ans tablet i. they contain the lastcst-ncltnt THANKS FOLKS - - - - - - - - BUT WE NEVER FOOL YOU IN -- IT'S EVEN BETTER THAN WE SAID -- SO SAID HUNDREDS ALL THE GLOWING MAGIC 6F YOUNG LOVE . .9} I Want You Dana ANDREWS-Dorothy McGUIRE oday Tucs - 2:30-7:30 -- It'i Naw -- Firtt Here . W!nchell-Hooper-Kilgallan-Ganidin*-Lyont-all toy ·"SEE IT" "SEE IT" "SK IT" "SH IT" 'SPECIALLY RECOMMENDED"-Parentt Mo 9 oiint "MOVIE nf the MONTH"-Etqu!r« "YEAR'S IEST"~Corone» "YEAR'S MOST IMPORTANT"-Womon'i Hem* Companion "HOLLYWOOD'S BEST"-look t's at the finer clean comfortable Apollo in Springdal* DuVault, state Baptist young neople's secretary of Little Eock. She was Mrs. Jim Wilson of Springdale, District W.M.U. oresident. Queen of the court was Doris May Wilson, whose entry was made with her bugler. Bridie guforri, and her flower girls. Marlene Samuel and Ginser Phinps. The highest recognition given went to Jean Ann Cook, ,who was awarded the rank of "Queen with the sccoter." Her flower sirls were Mally Shell and Paula Coleman. Her scepter bearer was Randy Smith. Miss Maudine Parish, new president of the Sprinertale Business and Professional Women's Club and Mrs. George IJngclbach, past president, attended the state convention of B and PW clubs held in Texarkana Friday, Saturday and Sunday. / Master Sgt. Max Dale Steward, who was sent overseas with the 142nd Field Artillery from Arkansas and who has been stationed in ?ramerhaven. Germany, has arrived home on furlough. He joined his wife, Mrs. Dale Steward and is also visiting his parents . and Mrs. Glen Steward Route 4, Sprmgdale. The Snringdale Council Church Women met Friday after- loon at 12:30 in the Civic Women's club rooms in the basement f the public library for the May ellowship covered dish luncheon 'he hostesses were taken from the 'rcsbyterian Church. Mrs. I. J derrick brought the devotional 'he program topic was "Spiritual security for Today's Families." 'hose on the program were:- Mrs J. Carr, Mrs. Mary Stone, and vas led by Mrs. E. C. Boom. A skit nd special music was also part of i program. The University of Florida has player on the baseball squad named Carratt and a track irian named Diamond. toirtbura. t«i «nd umiiar d zs ( . WANTED POKE GREENS Will Buy Starting Sunday, May 4th Crow Canning Co. Old Litteral Plant TONITE Tuesday Sho-trm 7:30-9:39 It had me in stitch:! You're next! EDDIE FOT, Jr.. AlAN HAtF, Jr. Jl j TOM ft JERRY CARTOON Til DRIVE IH1 · · rrre^T'" iiL WHO FSXES RADIOS? We've Been Serving You 20 Years SMITH RADIO SHOP IT'S HERE AT LAST! 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