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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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nUBTHWKT AtKANSM TIMH. remNevM*. AtkpMtv, , May 21, U.A. Soci.1 The University chapter of Phi .. . . . ,, Sigma, professional biological fra- 1 at the West Fork cemetery Sun-; Mrs. George W. Evans Highway » ,, : i _ _ _ _ - , . , . , . . . . . . H a \ . -it 1 r* m TV..* D « . . r \ n l . n l n » _ . . . ° J Decoration services will be held be Mr«. E. J. Ball and Mrs. L. L. Peik. Pahali Club The Pahala Club will meet with lernity, will be headed during the gay at 2 P; m ' The Rev ' Dou B' as coming year by Jesse Anthony,! Brewer will give the address fol- Mirnsfield. Other officers are: ' '° w ! n S " business meeting and election of officers. Music will be furnished by a quartet. Personals are: Warren Yates, Bismarck, vice president; Lois Thompson, Rushing, tecretary; George Templeton, Little Rock, treasurer; Florence Cntto, Farmington, corresponding secretary, and Donald Adams, Richmond, Calif., editor. i , __!__ Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Timbrook, David Lashley, Fayetteville, has ! . of F"»«ton, CMt '\" e h l re . viSi l" been elected president of the Uni- mg their son ' Clyde Timbrook versify chapter of the scholastic a . nd family, and Mrs. Timbrcok s honor society, Phi Eta Sigma. Hej s l s t c r ' Mrs - Wiley Holt. Recent visitors at the home - f G. H. Denton of Evansville, is v.'ill serve during the 1952-53 school year. Other new officers are: Rohnrt Holconbe, Springdale, vice p r e s i ri e nt ; James Weaver, Prairie Grove, neasurer; Douglas Young, Fayetteville, secretary; Howell Lemipg, Fayetteville, historian, and Thomas Bich- ardson, Salem, 111., senior advisor. Five senior students in Ihe University department of music will seWing~aDoard the provisi"orTstore be- soloists with the University j ship US S Alstede in Far Eastern Symphony Orchestra in a concert 1 Saturday at 8 p.m. in the Arts Center Concert Hall. Marx Pales will conduct the orchestra. Soloists will be Bobby Joe Dunn, Booneville, 'trumpet; Ida Weir, Little Rock, ami Penny Rice. North Little Rock, sopranos; and Mary Anne Maddox, Fayetleville, and Frances Townsend, Fayetteville, pianists. The concert will be open to tht: public v.-ithout charge. The combined University Chorus and A Capella Choir--a choral 71 north, tomorrow at 2 p. m. Poultrymen To Mftt Poultrymen will meet at 2 p. m. | tomorrow at the county agent's' office to lay plans for sponsoring ! a 4-H Club-FFA broiler growing contest. Obituary Mrs. Betse Foyo Stout Sulphur Springs, Ark.-(Sppoial)- Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Eoff of 720: Mrs. Bessie Faye Stout, 71, of Douglas Street were Mr. and Mrs. I Sulphur Springs, died Sunday aft- Warren Bradley of Center Hidge. | ernoon in the Bates Hospital. Ben- j seizure dispute. Conway County. Mr. Bradley will attend the first semester of summer school at the University. ASNE Disputes Morse Claim On Steel Row News Coverage Has Been Complete, Says Atlanta Editor Wa5=hirigton-(/P}-The president of Ihe American Society of Newspaper Editors has challenged a statement by Senator Morse (R- Ore) that press, radio and television did not fully report the steel Government is Partner In All Businesses today, Republic Steel President Charges New York - f/P) - Government is ; now the rintninnnt partner in at! i business enterprises "ami I don't has expressed rverv mnrdvablo j attitude as "it always doer, on c o n - ' troversial issues." j Morse, H supponer (ir President Truman's seizure of the .steel mills, accused the preps, rnclin and television of falling to meet their public trust. He said they j^norcd the seriousness of the situation confronting the country and concentrated on the "political overtones" in the dispute. mojin silent partner cithrr." C. M. White, president of Republic Steel Corporation, told a businessmen's convention here yesterday. Addressing the n n n u a l meeting of ihe American St?H Warehouse Association, White declared: "When I was a l i t t l e boy I thought company presidents were big shots who made f i n a l decisions up in the front office. I can't deride n n y t H n g any more until 1 check with Washington." The problem, he said, is to "R Washington to decide a n y t h i n g on facts rather than politics--and then stay put. "First they decide on wage sta- blllzatlon rules. Then thry buckle j down to find ways and means to! | got around these rules. This f i n a j c - · ling would be a fascinating process | if it didn't cost us a million dollars per flnacle." Commenting on the jtteol dispute. White said the "partner-! ship between Rovcrnmcnt and the ! Idbor leaders has been a disgrace to our country." "It was the idea of Republic and ! other steel companies that (he', economy would best be served by 1 a 'no wage increase, no price in- j rrease' policy,' 1 he went on. ''But s the WURC Stabilization Hoard in j Washington was not in agree- ' I ment." j No Court Martwl f«r I 1 2 W h o R . f m « T l 14 reserve air offlcen who nftiMd to fly are belnj dlsmfwd under honorable conditions tnd without court martial, thc Air Force sayi. The other two were convicted by court martial. In tit* TIMCS-ll M7B. RADIO t TV SERVICE Utott TV T«* Equipment 24-Hour Sttvto TRI-STATE SALES CO. 310 W. Dlckum Phot* III tonville. Mrs. Stout, t resident of "News coverage by the Amer- i ' ican press of all viewpoints on the -, · s t e e l controversy has been · Carl D. Denton, gunner's mate who was shot to death in a rob : (thorough and complete," Wright i · · -- , . i Bryan, editor of the Atlanta Jour-! naJ, said in Atlanta last night. "Anyone who says otherwise sim- Sulphur Springs lor 52 years, was I the widow of L. M. Stout, j i Sulphur Springs 1 seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. i bery in 1925. She was born in Plattsburg, Mo., fn 18BO, and moved to Sulphur Springs in 1900. She was a member of the First Meth-1 ply has not read the newspapers, " j: - i ·""-----'- -id active in the I or else refuses to believe the evi- Mr?. Stout was I dence before his eyes." in Northwest Ar- Bryan said C[|jtorial commcnl PENNEY'S A L W A Y S F I R S T Q U A L I T Y odist Church and active , 1 oo ,«-, Eastern Star, service July 26, 19ol. ^ widely known I kansas. Gerald L. Clark, USN, son of | Survivors include two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Clark of j Mrs. John Lester, of Fayetteville, Evansville, has been promoted to · and Mrs. Harry Hilboldt, of j the rank of machinist's mate, third : Shreveport, La.; two sons, Louis I class. Clark enlisted in 1949 and I M. "Doe" Stout, of Kansas City, | now is serving aboard the light Kan., a football player at the Uni- cruiser .USS Manchester, with the J'?"^ "'. *?.kansas in the early Seventh Fleet in the Korean area. ' p'-i 3 "]^ a - fcr'Mrs Marv Two Springdale men are among the nine sets of brothers now ensemble of 150 vo'ces--will be i Eervins aboard thc USS Mount herrd in n .public concert at the! Arts Center Concert Hall at 3 p.m. Sunday. Herrold E. Hearlley. which is operating in the Far East. Four of the sets of brothers are twins. The Springdale men nrc John B. King and assistant professor of music, i s | _ , conductor of the choruses. Mrs. | Pau l B - Kln B. seamen, USN, sons S. Martin, of Tul;a, Okla.; a brother, Earl Mcnefee, of Denver; 12 grandchildren, and 15 great- grandchildren. Funeral services were to be held at 2:30 p. m. today at the Methodist Church in Sulphur Springs, with burial in the Gravette cemetery. EVERYTHING M nUMBINO and SUPrtW FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. GOVHtNMENT AVI. Headley will be piano accompanist, and Konneih Osborne, organist, will play for one of the compositions. Delta Gamma Mothers Club Elects Officers The Delta Gamma Mothers' Club met with Mrs. E. L. Wilson yestertl.-iy at a 1 o'clock luncheui, with Mrs. Neil Ingels co-hostess. Decorations on the table were in Delta Gr.nvua colors, ivith bronze, pink and blue spring flowers used. Thirteen were present. Mrs. F/srl Houk presided at a business session and n e w officers were ·lected. Mrs. J. A. Hobinson was named president; Mrs. Jenny Cate, vice president; Mrs. Dwight Canfield, secretary; Mrs. Floyd Pierce, treasurer; Mrs. Jeter Morse, reporter. Mrs. Houk will be honor guest at the next n ceting, v.'hich will be a luncheon at the home uf Mrs. Byars of Springdale at 1 o'clock on June f). Mrs. Cowan Host To Young Mothers Club of Mr. and Mrs. Gillis King. I Thomai Brady Pryor Bruce Denney, son of Mr. and \ Fort Smith. Ark.-tfPl-A former Mrs. Bruce J. Denney of Fayette- j Arkansas political leader, Attor- ville, will receive his bachelor of ! ncy Thomas Brady Pryor, 83, is music degree from the Manhattan i dead. Pryor, a native of Jackson, School of Music Friday night in La., died in a hospital here ycs- Hubbard Auditorium New York terday. He began his law prac- City, in commencement exercises. I tice in Greenwood, Ark., in 1893. Denney majored in piano, study- 1 In 1928, he was chairman of the ing with Helen Scoville. He had | Arkansas delegation to the Demn- previously attended the University I rratic National Convention. He is of Arkansas. | survived by his wife, a son and I two daughters. Four persons from the Arkansas Presbytery of the Presbyterian Church, U.S.A., are attending the j annual General Assembly of the | Presbyterian Church in the United ! States of America in New York. | Mr. and Mrs. Euiene McCoy They are Buell Woods of West -, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McCoy of Lah.ivra, Calif., announce the Fork and Mrs. Inez Bennett of Mena, lay delegates, and the Rev. Richard Geiger, pastor of the church at Bentonvillc, and the Rev. Garner Martin of Atkins. birth May 20 of a son. Mrs. McCoy is the former Miss Christine Spurlock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Sp'.irlock of Fayetteville. Fred Franklin Gibson, son o f : Mr. and Mrs. Albert Yerton Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Gibson, 157 Mr. and Mrs. Albert Yerton of Evtry mellow drop.., TOP KENTUCKY BOURBON South Fayetteville, will be among the 191 Abilene Christian College seniors who will receive degrees Monday in Abilene, Texas. Gibson will receive a B. S. degree. He majored in Christian edu- ,_, ,, ,, ,, ,,, , cation with a Bible minor. Com- The Young Mothers Club met I mcncemcnt yesterday at the home of Mrs. rises will be at 8 I p. m. Monday in Morris Stadium, and the baccalaureate will be at 7:30 p m. Saturday in the College Church of Christ. ! Announcements meet at 7:30 p. m. tomorrow at the home of Mrs. Sherman Spires, 217 North Locust Street. . Mona Cowan. The meeting was opened with n devotional reading by Mrs. Vcrna Mae Keener, and the roll call was answered with helpful household hints. One visitor, Mrs. Genevievc Gayer, became n new member, i ' Mrs. Keener won the mystery I package, and Mrs. Vivian Knoll,, Past Matrons Club Mrs. Waneta Henbest and Mrs. The OES Past Matrons Club will Nellie Bivcns received gifts from · secret friends. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Tna Ezcl! in June. Nurses Of Two Cities To Hold Picnic June 2 The Fayetteville district nurses have been invited to meet with the Siloam Springs Nurses Guild Monday night, June 2. for a picnic supper as guests of the Siloam Springs group. Reservations may be made by May 26 by calling Miss Milada Ptak at 49-W after 6 p. m., or Mrs. Hope Jackson at 2050-J. The nurses will meet at the Washington County Hospital at 6 p. m. and transportation will be arranged to the Siloam Springs picnic, set for 7 p. m. Not white, not wheat, not rye, but s flavor blsr.d. c! all three-Junge's Roman Meal Dread. 11-19-tl Springdale announce the birth of a daughter May 20 in the City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Marion L. Oleneer Mr. and Mrs. Marion L. Olenger of Fayetteville announce the birth of a daughter May 20 in the County Hospital. Commerce Wives Club Thc Commerce Wives Club will have a cooperative picnic at 1 p. m., Thursday at the home of Mrs. H. E. Westmeyer on Mt. Mr. and Mrs. Warren C't k Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cook o f ; Fayetteville announce Ihe birth o f ! a son May 20 in the County Hos- I pital. | Mr. and Mrs. Bii! Smith j Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith o f ; Johnson announce the birth of a ! son May 19 in the County Hospital. STILL ONLY Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Oils Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Oils of Fcyetteville announce the birth -if a sen May 19 in the County Hospital. Keep op with tb« Hi boquoyah. Assistant hostesses will ih r TIMES dally. read $O06 $486 |J PINT OLD $TACG ««rum SIUICHT minion WHISKO. 4 THIS on « "OOF. TNE SMM BISTIUIK CO., FUKIFOIT. «'.' 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