Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 7, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 7, 1952
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7, 1992 Qf Fdicade The Best Of Making Woman "feel Better, Designer Says UUOHTIMI . _ »T DOBOTHY KOE v 4 (AP WMMtt'i EdrUr) ," When a vomin «tart., fcclln . n «orry for henelf it's time for »·« et»nge of facade When she start " .. brooding over her humdrum .life 1 Her gray hair, that start of 1 4«Mble chin and he) spreadln ..·Jaiplme, drastic action is needet * " * Some women meet ihi~ «itua f tidn either by stoeklnj up on as "','IWrted pills/:or by consulting * *|f»ychoanalyat. But a quicker, »ur« '- cure s»ys designer Lilly Dache at io do over her'own exterior, A new hairdo a new riakeuj ; i little body streamlining h diet and exerclH, a new tt GALLON Vutilla ke (reim 6k plant · »V«b«n«i. Minlu, Scarlet l*t M4 Mihr Oih»r Flwr- ·rbtf Ptanli ·Temiiol Pepper »d EM Plinli ··uRwuriBloomlnt Bulb* in* flower M*di : A D A M S FLOWER SHOP Mm* MO It H. Block hut ind i new dress v.'ill do wonders for almost any v.'oinan's state ol mind. Siys Lilly: "H«lf the vague ailment* women complain about ire whit you call lJ«yrtiospnntie-i-they.'« merely the result of being bored, or fed up or dlicoufafed or worried; When her mental outlook It changed, the ache* and piini dl»«pics.'. That's probably why psychoinilysls Is so popular. Women don't kncv v/hat'ii the matter with them, (6 they go and have a doctor teil them it all started when they were two years old and somebody broke '.heir doll. "I've found it's quicker, cheaper and more fun to do over the appearance. Sometimes it takes nothing more than a new hat'to make Ihe world seem rosy again, Sometimes · complete overhauling job necessary, but when a woman nows she looks well, she almost Always starts fooling well arid icting well. .''Women have a wonderful ablli- y to liv* up to their loolui I have put a lophllticatcd hat on a dov.'dy, shy little woman and seen her ihange before my. eyes irto a worldly, poised attitude." Rumpfe' Of Own Theory Lilly hericlf is » snining example of her own theory. She goes kt everything with the kind of dynamite enthusiasm that blasts 11 obstacle!. Whether it's hat deigning tor gardening,'ibUUdins » ne\v terrace on' her Pirlt Avenue without* or transplanting wild Wwerj 01: lier tcuntry estate, she IM · while of » jood tine doing W:; ·''··' " · ·'- · .'' · ' " She's never been near · piycho- nalyft and the ibhon, pllll, But "Stop complaining. You lost the other wick et." In Case Where Three Are Held Blytheville, Ark.-(P)-The body of Harold A. Dean, who died at Rlverdalc, Ark., last November, has been sent to Little Rock where an autopsy will be performed. Prosecuting. Attorney H. G. Partlow said yesterday that the body had been exhumed from a cemetery in Caruthcrvillc, Mo. He said it would be several days before results of the autopsy are known. Three persons, including Dean's widow, Mrs. Vantecn Dean Smith, are being held in connection with an investigation of Dean's death. The man lirst was thought to have died of a heart attack. The other two persons being held are Clyde Smith, whom the widow married about three weeks after Dean's death, and Gene Mote. Bartlow said Mrs. Smith agreed to the autopsy. Lean If Approved Washington - (IP) - The Rural Electrification Administration has approved a-loan of'$1,315,000'for he First Electric Co-operative 'of Jacksonville, Ark. nt-xt trip ··via CROWN COACH You 11 be i/nutd it the low Jow fries Clown oflitrs toiti only M « much «t liming ytur mil jUtJ And when you buy round* i tickets iou ive 20% mm on tyota ttturn trlpi Down Cp»ch avcl a io convenient, too-- Hth frequent schedules »nd ', heirt-of-the-city depots. Sec your jlo»l Crown Co»ch «gent for ;fiu*s «nd schedules, inywhere, · UNION .BUS oiror er own bubbling good spirits keep er physical and mental processes running in high. She loves practl- illy everything--workitij, eating, Ullng in the eirth, entertaining jlends, dolnf over her house, col- ectlng old gins, traveling, t«lk- to children; riislnj dogs and Mckeni, learning · new \vord. It's ill Jun .to Lilly--«nd she opX» the pirt. _· : · ' , Prairie Grove Mrs. L. A. Carman, 'chilrman of he local library board, Mrs. R. H. itorrlsxm, librarian, Mrs. J, C, Park* and Mr«. C. R. Fenlmore, member* of the board, attended the'meeting (or library officials of the Third and Fifth Arkansas con«re«alon«l diltricti at ^ he Civic Club rooms in Fayetteville Friday, The theme of the meeting was "Our American Heritage." Mrs. J. Frank Holmes led the "panel discussion. The group liud lunch it the Washington .Hotel before going Into the afternoon tension. The Washington County A.E.A. met !5»turday in the. new gym at Sprlngdalc. Virgil Blossom of Fayetteville presided. Individual groups met i n . t h e class rooms of the new high school for study. Officers.were.elected, with M. T. Griffith of Springdale named president for the coming year. Prairie Grove teachers attending were Superintendent Hay Cornwall, Principal David McCartney, Mrs. J; Frank Holmes, Mrs. Mor- | tha Weaver, Miss Martha Elizabeth Moore and Tom Bushong, all from the high school faculty; Mrs. E. H. Cook, principal of the grade school, Mrs. Charles Ratliff, Mrs, John Adams, Mrs. Rogers and Mlis Eula Butler, teachers. Mr. and Mr«. Clyde Rutherford were Sunday dinner guests of her brother, D. Btugh, of Morrow. Mr. «nd Mrs. Jack Harlan and baby son, Fred Collier, of Okmul- gcc, Okla., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Marlon. Archie Watson of Wichita, Kan., spent the weekend with his sister, Mrs. Virgil Couch. He was .accompanied home by his family, Which has -been" visiting in the Couch home for several weeks. Mr. and-Mrs. William Giles and childreq and Mrs. Grace Hall spent Sunday in. Springdale a» ttttiti; of -Mr: ·'·'and Mrs Lowell Sanders, , The annual 4-H Club rally for Washington County was held Sat- urdiy "it the Fair Grounds, Prairie Grove ulrls who won places in the dress review 'were Jane Blakemore, first place in the sport dress division; and Anita Tun- Folph noil, first place in the school dresses;. Frances Garrett was awnrded- second place in the school dress division. Marilyn Wilson was elected secretary- treasurer nnd Kay Cates song leader. Mrs. Martha Weaver, Miss Florence Hill and members of the Slain family of Farmington were Sunday guests of Mrs. Earl Cates it her home near Moffctt, Okla. Capl. Howard B. Helm, who re- sently completed 15 months' service In Korea with the 936th Field Artillery Battalion, has returned here to spend a leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Helm. ' Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Lane and children spent Sunday at Noel, Mo., where they attended boat races in.-the afternoon. Dallas County Votes Wet In Local Option ·· Fordycc, Ark.-W)-The first attempt to outlaw the sale of alcoholic beverages In Dallas County since national prohibition cndert 17 years ago apparently has failed. Complete'but unofficial returns on a special option election yesterday sho\ycd 1,411 votes against banning the sale of liquor and beer to 1,315 for. Springdale Guests in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Lafe Cupps on West End Street over the weekend were Mrs. L. V. Johnson and daughter, Elects, of St. Louis, Mo., and Billy Cupps, who · is stationed on the carrier USS Tripoli. He returned to his station Monday. Mrs. Johnson also returned nome Monday. Special guests Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Cupps and Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Cupps, all of Tulsa. After church services Sunday they all went to Fayetteville and had a family dinner with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Cupps. W. T. Pitts, Jr., left Monday morning for St. Louis where he will spend several days on a business trip. He is the owner of Dub's'Motor Company in Springdale. Springdale Business and Professional Women's club met Monday night in the lounge of the First National Bank. The lour people who attended the B and PW convention at Texarkana last week gave reports on various phases of their trip. Miss Maudine Farish, the club president, Mrs. George Linglegach, Miss Mary Sellers and Mrs. Norman Vaught, were the four who attended. Projects for the coming year were discussed. A'board meeting will be held. Thursday night at 7:30 in the'lounge of the First National Bank. .The Springdale High School FTA chapter had two Judging teams competing in the state judg- | ing contest held at the University Friday and Saturday. The two participating teams were on meat: and livestock and had taken sec ond and sixth places at the district contest held at Russellville In April. Those on the meat judginf team were Ed Berry, Harolc Smith, Robert Treat and Jack Page was alternate. They won third place at Fayetteville. The other team was composed · of Harold Smith, Jack Page, Robert Treat and alternate David Eicher. Bobby Head, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Head of Springdale, has arrived home to spend a 27 day furlough. He is stationed at the U. S. Naval base in El Centre, Calif. A demonstration of modern and improved equipment and methods of handling bees was given Monday morning · at the A. J. Wells farm near Farmington. This meeting was sponsored by the board of supervisors of the Washington County Soil Conservation District, and was held to help the farmers who own bees to get the most from their hives. The demonstration showed how to transfer the bees from one hive to another and also how to put a new queen bee in the hive. J. H. Davis, state 'inspector of apiaries, was in charge of the demonstration, and was assisted by Ray' Langston, who is deputy bee inspector. Bees are used for pollination of legumes, fruits and melons and they help to Increase the yield and 'teed production. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Pitts, Jr., of Maple Drive, and Mr. and Mrs.- Lillard of Bentonvillt spent the weekend in Nashville, Tenn. The Pitts' sons stayed with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Decker and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Pitts, Sr. St. Raphael's Altar Society met Monday night at the home, of Mrs. Conrad Hammond West of Springdale. Mrs. Michael PapareHa was a new member. Mrs. Hammond, president of the society, was in charge of the business, meeting. A- financial report was given by Mrs. Bruce Vaughn, the treasurer. -At the close of the'meeting refreshments were served by the hostess,. RADIO TV SERVICE Latest TV Tnt Equipment 24-Hour Service TRI-STATE SALES CO. 320 W. Dickioo Phone S13 Hindsville I t c h i n g Don't Suftr Another MlnuM What e»er jour nltin trouble ra«y r*. Hud to foot. Safe for children. WONDER:;-;, Sold in F«y.!tivin. by Qu«k» Jkltlli, ind FiqretieTllle Drug Horei; or your hometown druggiii. Mrs. Pearl King was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fahrenwald. Mrs. King is a former resident of this community. She spent the past Jew months in Florida and is now on her way to Oklahoma City to visit her sister. Mr. and Mrs. John Nickles arid daughter, Patsy, of Springdale, visited friends in Huntsville and Hindsville Sunday. Mrs.'Leonard Gosvcner is 11 and will not be able to have th Colbaugh Home Demonstration Club at her home as was nounccd. The meeting will be with Mrs. Dean Stone. Fred E. Rccd and Ollle Crum o Johnson made a trip to Bald Knob Tuesday in the interest, of th strawberry market. The ancient Egyptians wer said to knead bread dough wit] their feet although they worker, clay with their hands. Not white, not wheat, not rye but a flavor blend of all three-Junge's Roman Meal Breid. 11-19-t - ~* ^ - V - » - - T ^ T " - ! FLOOR HUVYWItOHT-flLT 1AM YARD GOODS HJlL9-fT. WIN I CNOKH nMMU, KMKTMC AM TIXTWI KSMNt- S P I C I A L 59 COVERING SPECIAL! Medium Weight 9x12-Ft. 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