Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 19, 1952 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 19, 1952
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MOtlfWBt ARKANSAS TMMS, fayMttvl*., ArkeuM*. Monday, May 19, 1952 pringdale XIeven sophomores wprc scleci- on the staff of the Springdalc School Bulldog Section for *SJ. They were Neva Cram. imlta Ballengor, Patricia Flad- fer, David Stauffcr. Joyce Young, Shelby Baldwin, Wayne Johnso Leann Hitter, Henry Tabor, and returned lo Ihclr home after vpcnrtlnf Ihclr vacation here. Mrs. Kcrmlt Conlpy cntortnlnert borough of West Emma Avenue! last week was her mother Mrs.' M. C, Scarborough of Mcna. M with a birthday party Friday o f t - 1 Scarborough was accompanied b y ' crnonn from 3:30 to 5:30 p. m. lit her two grandsons, Micrs and her home on Maple Street in Dennis Itabb, sons of Cant, and ~ ' Mrs. Harry P. Rabb of Wisconsin , A friend of the family will return ·· the boys to their home in Wis-1 honor of her daughter, Carolyn, who was six years old. Favors (jivon the guests were birthday balloons, A f t e r the honoree had I candidates, e.ich of whom was '· $ m "' n °' ) i;ca Do ". "overly Snn consin soon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Drniuuiiird of i weekend 1 opened her gifts lefrcshments . were served to the following | tittle' Rock spent the jJtmmie Morriss. There wcrc about I Kanls: Jo Ann Anplcgatc, Sue with Mrs. Broussard's a u n t nnd "--. Rebecca DOM, Beverly San- mother, Mrs. Grace Jones, .and Bobby L a r K e n t, Kenn Mrs. Eula Goodson of Sprinfidalc. The. Women's Choir of St. John's College of Winfield, Kan., a choir of 25 voices, presented a program of sacred music at the Salem Lutheran Church on North Thompson Street Sunday afternoon at 2:30. Two contralto soloists and n women's trio were the outstanding special features. Many other numbers were presented by the choir. A large, crowd attend- Thc- third annual Clifty Slraw- '"" berry Festival and supper will bn held on the night of June 6 in the .--Clifton Cannery. Speakers and ·peclal music have been planned, t f Tickets will be available for mem- j' t-e*r! of the Clifty Home Demonstration Club in Madison county. · The Hcv. H. M. I.ewis. pastor of . · the First Methodist Church, Mrs. :;..Jcff Brown, and Mrs. Carl Wat'""--- - ' --' ' host to j .. Watson, I Philip Slcele, Robert Perry, Caro| )yn Emerson, Alice Godbold, Marts: garet Becker, and Lou Vcrn ji -Backus, member of the 1052 grnd- «! suiting class. A "brunch" was ji: wrved Friday morning for them Mill the ladies parlor of the. church fojiirlier this week the First Bap- r * tilt church honored their students i-;.-wlth a banquet. Mrs. Lucky Chesser of Route 3, f an were hostesses nnd immie Roberts, Dann [.· "Bprinudale, was returned to her is," home Friday morning from the ... County Hospital in a Calllson-Sls- f.' Up ambulance. Gardener, J o h n n y Robertson, Sally Gardener, Lndcll Brogdon, Ellen Erickson, Kenneth Sfsco, Erlck Erickson, Wayne Slsco, Sandra Brogdon, Terry Slsco, Zone Xrlzzo and Chubby Zrlzzo. Ma.-to! Gilbert and Gerald Gilbert, SOPS of Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Gilbert of Christian Street, left Friday for Port Angeles. Wash. They will go to Forks, Wash., to visit Mrs. Pete Peterson. Mrs. Ciifton Slsco entertained Thursday afternoon with a house- wanning for Mrs. Willard Djck- i at the Diekson home on North II Street. Guests present were: Mrs. Dale Perry, Mrs. Ester Graham, Mrs. Jimmy Ames, Mrs. Lc- roy Ames, Mrs. Bill Ames, Mrs. Burl Cypcrt, Mrs. Fred Ames, :;;:--Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Bean of 133 iitJ? ierce Avenue arc vacationing 3 ? 5hrouth the West Their first stop plfcjvM in Monte Vista, Colo., to visit ·^Ihtlr son-in-law and daughter, Mr. !V««nd Mrs. L. T. Elmoro. They plan tti,t" H" io Orovlllc, Calif., to visit · .;{h«lr son arid daughter-in-law, t. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bean. While i-' 1ft California they will also visit ' ». Bean's sisters. |!"|i Guests in the home of Mr. and iTMrj. S. H. Barrack of Holcomb Street are their son Tom, and his ,., daughter, Nancy, of Bisbee, Ariz ·;; Vrs. Barrack has been ill for the "/J»st few weeks. and .. Mrs - Joc SBlll "« «nd TM' Margaret, of Wantagh, R.-rjK. Y., were guests In the home of ·;.nMr. and Mrs. Lafe Cupps of West hcv have n r . a n Mrs. Lafe Cupps End Street last week. Th -- . ----- Mrs. Kate Diekson and Mrs. Kenneth Diekson. Several others sent gifts. At the soc.iyl hour refreshments were served. Bob Hargrove, who has been leaching school in llartville, Mo. visited his cousin and family, the Rev. and Mrs. Stanley Jordan and children, Janet and David, Sat urday. John Sanders of Graymont, 111., brother of Lee Sanders of Holcomb Street, and Mrs. Bert Lewi. 1 ; of Fayetteville, attended funeral services for Bert Lewis. He was a guest in the Sanders homo. Myrl Fanning of Wayland Avenue spent the weekend in Barllcs- villc, Okla. Mrs. Fanning and son, Rodney, who have been there visiting returned home with him Sunday night. Mrs. Fannlng's fh- tcr has been seriously ill and she went to be with her. The Winsome Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church will hold its regular monthly meeting Tuesday night at 7:30 In the home of Mrs. Myrl Fanning on Wayland Avenue. Mrs. Vance Edmundson of Fayettevillc will ,ie guest speaker and will also show pictures taken on a trip in foreign lands. A royal service program and luncheon *vlll be held Tuesday at 12:30 o'clock in the dining room of the First Baptist Church. The Jewel Abernathy Circle will be in charge of the program. Guest of Miss Helen Scar- ed. The annual Washington County quarterly singing convention was held at the Sonora Methodist Church Sunday. Dinner was served In the old-fashioned manner and was co-operative. Simon Graham, president of the convention, presided at the singing. Mrs. Albert Hough entertained children nt [he story hour Satur- DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED PROMPTLY Quick Sanitary Service Fayetteville Rendering Service Coll Collect No. 1819 Jfctp Your Farm and Ranch Sanitary day at the public library. Lr crowds an; attending and the attendance is expected to increase with .school out. Ail children from six to 12 are invited to attend. Mrs. Jennie Hall of Springdale was taken to the City hospital Saturday. She will undergo observation. Mrs. Hall has been ill for some lime. Karen Kelly of Tulsa, Okla., has been visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Kelly Sr., of Springdaic for the pasl week. Tosca Berber Kramer of Tulsa, Okla., presented Jane Smith, x'io- linist, in a recital Sunday afternoon at 4:30 at the First Baptisl -hureh on Holcnmb Street. Beau- lab McConnel! of Tulsa accompanied Jane. Jane is the daughter )f Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Smith of Sprlnifdale. Ushers for the recital wcrc Glencla Worthy and Sandra ~asklns. Jane was assisted by Calhy Gaskin.1, pianist, who is Ihe daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. Allen Gaskins or Springdale. A large crowd attended the recital. Mrs. Ed Tost was elected secretary and Miss Maudinc Far'rish Ireasurer pf the Norlhwest Arkansas Women's Bowling League at a meeting held at the campus Grill recently. Springdalc's o b s e r v a n c e - of Armed Forces Day slarlod off with n bang al 12:30 Saturday afternoon with a dinner in honor of Brig. Gen. Clinton A. Piers. Troops from Camp Chaffee wcrc in the parade which began at 2:30. General Pierce was guest o( honor I at the Nest of the A. Q. Chicken House with Springdale officials HE'S COT HIS GOAT--Pablo Picasso, renowned painter and sc-ulplor, displays one of hLi newest creations, a semi-abstract goat, executed in bronze, at the Annual May Salon in Paris. Picasso's controversial work has often "gotten the goat" of some art patrons. and Chamber of Commerce leaden; acting as hosts. Master. Sgt. James Toopes, head of the Marine Corps recruiting office, was in charge of Ihe afternoon program which began after the parade and included the following: Invocation by the Rev. W. H. Ludwig, talk by General Pierce on "Why Korea," music by the Springdalc 1 high school band. Mayor H. R. Sharp made a presentation of an "honorary citizen" award to the grncnd. A reception was held for him at the Legion Hut Saturday evening at 4 o'clock with the mayor and other distinguished guests present. Not white, not wheat, not rye, but a flavor blend of all three-Junge's Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-tf mmmww////////////////// reasons for selecting DEARBORN-WOOD BROS. COMBINE 1--Straight-through balanced design 2-6 ft. cot. Straw-walker type rack ? jjp.. 3-Oversize cylinder; quick speed changer 4-Easy adjustments 5--Finest construction. 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