Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 26, 1952 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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;J--NOtTHWIiT ARKANSAS TIMtS, Fy*tt*vlN«, Arinm«, Monday, May 16, 1952 Holt Declares McMath Too Busy Seeking Senate To Be Governor Harrison, Ark.-IJPl-Jack Holt, a* CMidldate for Democratic n n m l - j j U E t (hrow , , (w moth D , lls niUon for governor of Arkansas,i m ( n |h , ma| , box ,, you n h , v . «y» Governor McMath is on|i n l i troub |,. w | lh a n ( B gettinj mlx bu»y setting up a political machine I od ' w ] ( h your ma|1| m ,, tne to run his offco. [wasps are. giving you a bad time, Holt said McMath "sold (he of-!yr,ii might Iry this remedy. I'd sort «c» before he entered it; was 1ooj 0 f | j k e ln |, n ' ow if | t W 0 uld do the young Tor the office of governor,, | on ·and has completely DCKlcclcd his gubernatorial duties because he's elected U. S senator in 1954." "Holt's comments were made in · speech in a hometown celebration in his honor at Harrison Saturday night. McMath is seeking a third term in office.. If he is elected Holt Raid echoo teachers would be taken care of the Highway Department would be tiken out of politics, and "our Old folks will not be forgollen." R.F.D. Seven Sy JACK CARLISLE Last Friday was the kind of day .fhat makes a rural carrier wonder why he didn't take up some other line of work. All that rain that fill on Thursday night and Friday morning really had the creeks rolling. It was out of the question ta think about fording Middle Fcrk; I couldn't even get across Creesy Creek. It is not often that I fall to cross Greasy Creek hut whan I fail, Bill Thompson knows Oj«t h« will find the mall down at CUn Stout's mailbox. And Saturday morning when I crossed the Middle Fork bridge just beyond Baldwin, 1 could see that it would be a miracle if it .'.'as IQW enough to ford up around Ht»el Valley. So I decided that J would go on out the highway past Durham, make that part of the route first, and then come back t» Sulphur City. However, I man- ifad to cross the first fork and Ythen I »ot over to Hazel Valley I4i»ted to do all t h a t exlri driving; if! ould just get across,! thought, I,? could make the route back- wsrds until I was back In Sulphur j City. This woold save about 2 5 ' rijiles of driving. So 1 gambled-Ud lost. I cot drowned out In the ejreek and when I finally got out, I-.wii or/ the same side I started Mom--so I still had to go back. ,T. V. Wood has moved into the property which he recently bought 'from Hubert Robbins and Dale Lewis. He seems well pleased with the layout and plans (o raise a lot of stuff up there--mostly livestock, I think. He seems to be especially interested in horses, particularly quarter horses. Friday Is decoration Day, and you won't be getting «ny mail that day. Maybe it will give me a chance to alch up on some fishing. There arc several cemeteri-s on RFD Seven, and I imagine there will be a lot of cleaning up done this week so t h a t they will look nice when the folks come with Pendergraft, and Vclma Yar- Miss Gertrude Stockard was the brough. director. The Brotherhood of the First | Mrs. L. J. Stpphenson directed Baptist Church will meet Tuesday | t n l Children's story hour at the li- night at 7:30 at the dining room I brar - v Saturday morning, of the church for its regular monthly dinner. The I?cv. Roy Fish will be thr principal speaker for the evening. All the men of the rhurch are invited. Weekend guests in 1ho. home of Mr. and. Mrs. H. .T. Smith were their son and dauchtpr-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kmmett Smith and sons, Lynn and Lawrence, of. Houston, Texas. They have been on a business and pleasure trip to Chlraco. III., Springfield, 111., and Kansas City, Mo., and arc en route home. The Goshcn Fourth Sunday singing was held in the Nazarene Church in Gnshcn Sunday afternoon ;il 1 ;30. Bruce McCoy, president of the group, reported that a number of singers and quartets were present. Three hostesses honored Mrs. Gillie Bailey of Stilwell, Okla. Twenty bank employes and their families attended. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Murphy accompanied Mrs. Paul Brogdon on a vacation trip to the West Coast. They planned to visit Carlsbad Caverns and the Grand Canyon enroute. They left the early part of the week. Mrs. Bertha Plemons of the Springdale schoo] faculty left Wednesday for Fort Worth and l l l l f c IJUMtMit-'S IlUllUrl'a 1V1TS. | n, Ernest Walker w i t h a stork shower V ^". n ' exas ,' ^ her ? she wl " V15lt Thursday night. They were Mrs Carl Carmnck, Mrs. H. K. Wilson and Mrs. Elmo Samuel. The shower was hold in the home of Mrs. Carmnck on Center Street. The rnnms wore decorated with spring flnwors. Two games were played and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Robert Harms and Mrs. Cleo Oakley. After the honoree had open- I cd the gifts refreshments were The Rev. Hoy Fish delivered j scr ved to the following guests: both the .morning and evening I Mrs. Media Zachary, Mrs Dallas sermons at tho Firft Baptist | Walker, Mrs. Irene Conner. Mrs. Church in the absence of the Hcv. | Robert Harms, Mrs. Cleo Oakley The Rev. Karl Sherry of Springdale conducted Decoration Day services at Goad Springs cemetery Sunday afternoon at 2:30. Stanley Jordan, who is on a six- week tour of Europe. Weekend guests in the hnme of Mrs. Charles B.vers and her Drother, Winn Stlpp, were Mr. and Mrs. Curtis B. Hurley and daughter. Dorothy, and Mrs. Dnr- thcir flowers. Practically all of the | otny Sc ] { McGuirc, all of Morril- crmeleries I see along the route always look well-kept. '·-.List Thursday I took in two Ulei. First I stopped at the Coy K^tley place; 1 didn't have time tft ttay long but I did manage to buy some of those good pickles that Mrs. Kidd had canned. The Kldds have told out, too, and had «, lot of their things over at Coy's Nle . . . Then after I finished the route, I went back out to tht Griyton Gardner sale, juit off · 3«t 16 on the Happy Hollow road. Irene always hates to see me come ip from one of these sales, for I ·Iwayj lug in a bunch of stuff (hit we have no earthly use for. "Now just wh«t," she said, "do you plan to do with five straight razors, tix hones and Ihree-and-a-half pairs of barber shears?" I t h i n k Mr. Gardner was a barber, and 1 (Ot hold of some of his discarded tools. Springdale Annual memorial services were held Sunday at 2:30 p. m. at Elm Springs cemetery. The Hev. Jeff Sherman of Searcy delivered the address in the afternoon. The Springdale post office will close at I p. m. Saturday beginning June 7. The announcement wns mace by Postmaster R. O. Hannah, who said the decision to close earlier on Saturday afternoons was made after receiving suggestions from the Post Office Department. The Springdale Riding Club j met Sunday afternoon at the rodeo grounds nnii rode to Lowell, vhere a Joint picnic dinner with he Rogers Riding Club was held »ter in the evening. "Student* electee to the National Honor Society from Springdale ligh School 1 at the close of school ire: Pansy Baker, Edward Berry, Nena Brogdon, Alice Godbold, Virginia Hebree, Steve Newton, Jack Page. Harold Smith, M a r - jorlf Zachary, Faith Allen, Margaret Becker, Buddy Bonner, Jerry Elklns, Beety Matthews, Dorin Jackson, Eugene Paje, Peggy ton. Mrs. Virginia B. Smith, teacher of piano and voice, presented Miss Alice Lea Godhold, p i a n i s f , in a recital Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the First Baptist Church. Miss Godbold was assisted by Miss Rosemary Patrick, pianist. Miss Godbold is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Godbold. and a )f!52 g r a d u a t e of Springdale high school. Miss Patrick is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Patrick. elementary school presented the fifth and sixth grade recorder ensemble in a recital at the high Mrs. Oliver Walker, Mrs. Lucy Penalto, Mrs. Charles Fontinel, Mrs. Louis Fontinel, Mrs. Albert Zachary. Mrs. Grovpr Burnett, Mrs. Henry Kuxhaus. Mrs. Wayne Allen. Mrs. Charles Batson, Mrs. Robert Crudup. Mrs. Edward Ber- ncr. and Mrs. George Harner. Several who could not attend sent gifts. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hardister and son. Eddie, of Theodore Drive attended commencement exercised at Bentonville High School auditorium Friday night at 8 o'clock. The six honor students wen* Glynda Hutch-ns. Snm Rakes. Lillian Hart, Lynn Brown. Mollie Copeland and Jimmie Kumpe. Lillian Hart is the sister to Mrs. Hardister. Jirnmie Kumpc is formerly of Fayetteville. John C. Stevens, relatives and friends. The Rev. and Mrs. Herbert G. Marley and granddaughter. Miss Carolyn Greenwood of Rogers, left Wednesday to attend two fam- j ily reunions while vacationing in Ohio, Illinois, Pennsylvania and Indiana. Mr. Markley's parents live in Sharon, Pcnn., and Mrs. Western Union Workers Report Back To Jobs Union Members Vote Acceptance Of Strike Settlement Washington-W) - The 52-day Western Union strike ended today and workers reported hack to tele- I they need to meet the proposed pay increases. The union agreed to support Western Union's application for higher rates, and said the new agreement would raise the average workers' earnings to $1.54 an hour, except foj- messengers. Messengers would get an average of 83 cents an hours. The company said the agreement would raise the average pay of all its employes to $1.73 an hour. The United States Military Academy opened at West Point in 1802. The chrysanthemum probably has been known for 2,000 years. Quality and Economy. St.Joseph graph offices across the nation. . Union and company officials ex- Markley's parents will hold their] pected the flow of messages to re- - - - - - , _ _ , _ , _ - , , _ _ _ _ _ . ,, , _ _ , - qu j c );ly. The Music Department of the dean of men at Abilene Christian College at Abilene, Texas, was the guest speaker. The First National Bank em- school band room Sunday a f t e r - j plnyes and their families were en- Thursday night. Guests nnon. A program of folk and | terlained at a picnic at Lake Ata- classical music was presented by Judy Oilmoro, Janet Luper, Brenda Rogrrs.ifermc-s nn'ii-iins, Glenda Worthy, Sandra Gaskins. Susan Moore, Walter W a l k i n g Virginia j Mrs. Albert Craig. Harold Hodge- Macdonald, and M i k e McCrarkpn. I son of Fnyotleville and Jean and lanla were: Miss M a u d i n e Farish, Miss NYlrln Hartley. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Sanders, Miss Vera Lou Kendrick, reunion in Indiana or Illinois. The senior age group in th First Christian Church Sunda School has elected the followin officers to take charge at the be ginning of the next quarter Teacher, Mrs. Benjamin A. Mayo substitute teacher, Mrs. Thorne president, Miss Wanda Fultz; vie president, Scott Oaks; secretary Miss Anna Gordon; and treasurer Miss Shirley Wines. The Jewel Abernathy Circle o the Women's Missionary Society o the First Baptist Church presented the Royal Service program Tues day at the church. Mrs. Autry Wilson was in charge of the program. A cooperative luncheon was served at the noon hour. The hostesses were Mrs. H. R. Sharp, Mrs Stubbs, Mrs. Cecil Elkins. and Mrs. V. R. DeCota. After the W M. t!. program the Rev. John Moreland met with the Vacation Bible School workers. The Sunbeams of the First Bap- list Church will meet Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock. They plan Lo visit a convalescent home, so each member is asked to bring fruit for a box to take to patients. All children are invited to attend. Not white, not wheat, not rye. but a flavor blend of all three-Junge's Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-tt IVY-DRY STOPS ITCHING ind quickly, imlly, titety dr'm up blisters ol POISON IVY Nk or uimtt. At druHiMi, «k . That was surely a snappy-looking Western-style Panama hat t h a t I delivered for R. T. Fredrick last Monday. Mr. Frcdriclc ordered it Irom some fellow over at Tulsa -that specializes In such things. .Some one has reminded me that '·Ince I hav« accepted money for one of my snakes, I can no longer be classed as an amateur. Luther Dennis' hounds chased come varmint so far one day last week that they didn't all f i n d the -way back home. Old Storm showed Up the next morning, but, my latest r«port was that some of them are Itill gone. Luther thinks that they were chasing either a wolf or a deer. J. W. C. Wood has erected one of these blackboard signs that every f a r m should have. He uses half of it for "For Sale" items and the rest for "Wanted." 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