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May 29, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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a MOHTHWKT AIKAHIA* TIMB, «""««"» i, May }», 1»SJ '" i- »t · " .Mo Prr nt .So MRS. KATHLEEN DOZICR lllllllllimillilliinilillliiiinmiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiini niin.,1,,,,,, Daily Calendar of Events Friday Contact Cluh, Washington Hotel, 7:30 a. it Faycllevllle Board Realtors, Ferguson's, 12 Red Cross Course In Wafer Safety Complefed Farewell Parly Given For Miss Burgess Miss Delia .Mattison and Mrs. John Hamilton entertained Tuesday evening at the Hamilton fled ('rots water safety coursesi "° mf · 1 ) 0 Buchanan, with fare. I well party In honor of Miss 31st Infantry Regiment, has In-1 colleges, Incidental to the experl- cluded four Korean soldiers in h i s i m e n l ; general direction and sup- daily news discussion with , n en of lei-vision of the program; expenses the Company, and has aided them of the advisory committee; scholar- ,,.,.h ,»,,, !,,--:.. .., ,,__,,_,. i shii)s f n r (he |n(crns for scvcra] yenrs; supplements for salaries of , with the learning of English, using in reverse the textbook, "How to Speak Korean." Cwunche Yacht Favored I Rummage ule, Central p r . Bay Shore, N. Y.-f/Pj-Comanche, · byterjan Church, Saturday mo r_ owned by Jack Price of Biscayne' ing, 7 a . m . . , q "' · "'« chfiirman of the water safety serv Ire, was completed by Elaine Glas cow nnd Alice I,ea Goribold of the j ownea oy JULK r i u u ui OLICCI^m. i Bay, Fla., held the lead today in j = the competition to select n star 1 class yacht for the U. S. Olympic verslty bands, and Bernard Fit* eerald, professor of muMc and dl rector of the Symphonic Hand at j wati-r safely fiel the University of Texas. The lal- j was i-omplcled by Music Workshops Scheduled *.- Four music work«hops will be inaugurated this summer at the (~^ IfAftt University, K e n n e t h Oshnrnr, i *J" UCI1 chairman of the division of f i n e ! /~\1_ and applied arts and head of t h e i L/DSCfVCS department of music, said today, j wlslized workshops are design-' A f l f t l VPT«O f\r for piano teachers, organists. r l U I "VCfSdry Mrs. W. G. Burgess of Dallas,: give the address' Texas, mother of tile honoree, was 1 a special guest. University, and James R i c h a r d ! Mi5s Georgia Clark and Mrs. J. Roberts, fiprlngitalp High School.| c - Borrlr-n presided at the refresh water safety instructor t a u g h t by B. G. Snuthall, Club The Rev. Douglas Brewer will class trr will be guest lecturer mirier ! l c r Claphnm, Martha Lou Chanda grant from 'the General Educa i '' T ' E l n l n o Glasgow, Patty Wood lion Boird. Harrlln, rntricla R u t h Miller, Martha .lean Mitchell, Linnlo Lou Mtirchisnn, Margaret Eileen Wilson, Jackie Stucker. and Florence A n n e Williams of the University; Charles Dlxnn, Springdale Hl|h School; nnd .loci Wesley Whitelcy, Favetlcville High School. Completing the instructor class hut too young to receive certifi- Studies Nutrition i EISENHOWER -- CONTINUED FROM I'A.iE O,\E Humphrey 41.4. Blokerine Can Hurt In Washington, meanwhile, two Republican senators said the Taft- public school . teachers who v.'ill team. supervise trainees: workshop and i · conferences; expenses of consul- . u, s. | n challenge Round lants to be brought in;^publica-1 Singapore - i/T - The _ lions and communication; a n d ; st a ( CS gained the challenge round evaluation and continuing study ! o f lne international badminton (if the procr.lm. I compction by defeating India, 5-4, After the first stages of the j n , nc j n ier-zone final yesterday. program, scholarships of $750 for , the f i f t h year probably would be paid. And students certified to : tench after completing the five-! year program would he placed on' the state salary aid schedule h a l f v.-ay between the bachelor's a n d , master':; degree cerfificate levels.) The University would serve a s j the agency for disbursing f u n d s ' An outstanding flavor--Junge'i Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-H -~«I|»H , · ASPmiN ·,, FOHCHMJM" MOTHERS J TO «V£( · Verbenas. Petunias, Scan.. Sag. and M.n r Other Flo!" triK? PUnli · Tomtlo, Pepper «nd Ege Plants s · Summer Blooming Bulbi and Flower Seedi A D A M S FLOWER SHOP Phone 320 31 N, Block Fourteen members of the Bap- J"l y ' s1 ^ an TM* in ' he November list Ford Home DemomtrM on f 0 l"7'^'7 NA ,^ft man, Milton Young of North Dakota, was particularly disturbed over intra- party strife like that In Texas Club met Wednesday to tie « comfort, which Is to be given to a needy family. A covered dish luncheon was served at noon. Mrs. William Laney led the devotion, taken from the Book of Joel. Mrs. Bill Tyson offered a prayer, after which the song, Eisenhower joust could be gener- secured from the Ford croup a n d ; allng enough heat to melt the w ith the aouroval of the Exccu- live Committee would transfer the! funds to the other colleges. i Each college would disburse t h e , funds for addilional college per-' .b i . / w J I / U H K u* *l:li;l: l;cl n i l - )" o j t i . c i t L c l w j l l l l l l l l r Fung, w.los were Alice Lea Godbold,|'Long Long Ago" was led by Mrs. W i l l i a m Carrie Nelson, and James O. T. Williams. The poem m o n t h , Choral a n d voice teachers, a n d : TI. t , / * , ,, , , - - btpd directors. Each workshop w i l l ! , TM* ?" rdc " C '" h ohserveH " irh;ird n ° berls last two weeks Two bour» of u n l i anniversary with a coffee j The water safety instructor re- Twenty Years From Now," verfity credit will be granted for j al (h ' " 0!r " ! °- Mrs - M - °- Doo-, ^'TM hnr Bourse was completed by each workshop. j l i t t l from June 8 to June 21, ma.klng it possible .for teachers to attend the piano workshop In the morn- jpjts and the organ workshop In ·je afternoons. The work will be nh'ided into Interest groups, in tfldltlon to round table discussions on problems relating to leaching r.;4here will be lecture demonstrations and performance of major le. yesterday morning. Mrs. works of 'the "literature' nT'thr- instruments by students and staff members. In the organ workshop, problems in church music nnd i;narl fnT ( Mi ( P l a y ! n g , W l l i l , b l riisr "« wl »P"le on "Plant Your in Addition, to teaching problem,. [ With Iris." Mrs. Urban Clark Mcdlnlon served with Mrs. i Doolltlle, as co-hostess. | Mrs. M. E. Williamson and Mrs. I. J. Klrkpnlrlck presided at the roffw. service. They, being past presidents Bf the clutv received corsages, as did the present president, Mrs. Nina Nnnnmaker. Guests for the n f f n l r were Mrs Jack Page. Mrs. C. W. McClinton nnd Mrs. W. A. Crlgger. I Garvln E. Martini and Herman A. Turk. Women students of the Univer- . ------ . ...... , Martha Powell Moffett, was read by Elsie Chase. Mrs. L. S. Terhune it-ported on the Home Demonstration leaders' meeting, held , ., from Springdale were organized by G. E. Martini, instructor. 'Garden reminders fur June' . was the subject nf a talk by Mrs ! Charles Cllnehens. Mrs. Williams j Garden j Holland I w^i^^'^ixz "r? "''t"^''-""^ 23 to July 5. Hen-old Head ley I M ", P . f "} Cllnehens and Mrs. will be In charge. "· Ij - Holland were received as Climaxing the workshop series, npw members. . I · bsnd directors workshop will run Birthdays of Mrs. Urban Hoi- from July 7 to July 11). 'The r t a f f I l f l n f ) and Mrs. Dwight Morris were i of this workshop will consist o( I observed with each receiving! K.J. Marty, director of the U n l - 1 a rake.. ' DENNIS THE MENACE 40 Club Has Informal Dance At Uark Bowl Chairmen for the informal dance (riven Wednesday night at the Uark Bowl for members of the 40 Cluh and their guests were, Mr. -- ! nnd Mrs, Johnny Morris. Serving with Ihem on the committee were Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Pyeatt, Mr. of physical education, and Herman j"" v l u u ""««:n mm uicn unc uy Tuck, Jr., High School student! I d u b " of ine county and cooperate Ingdale were organized uw in " rommunlty. She answered many questions and gave helpful suggestions on the subject. She also told about the 4-H Hofse and Its benefits, a» well as the financial problei,is Involved. Mrs. Joe Laney, president, described the building, the furnishings and color schemes used. Mrs. Terhune told of the system employed in operating the hxtse, with all girl resident's sharing in the work. Mrs. Bro'mfteld also spoke on the subject of "Proper Nutrition." She distributed leaflets showing seven food groups that are needed to keep people strong. "It is no more expensive to eat adequate diets than to eat Inadequately," Mrs. Brownfield stated. Mrs. L. F. Bromley of Fayette- vllle will be hostess at the next meeting, June -25 where rival Taft and Elsenhower delegations were vying for recognition. "Any split of that kind is very bad for the party," Young said, "and could hurt our chances if the differences aren't patched up." Sen. Karl Mundt of South Dakota, who has kept his own counsel about whom he will support said: "I see a possibility that many of the followers of the candidate who loses may kind of sit on their hands and let the parade go by Instead of pitching in to help elect soniic-1 and equipment for the! transition period and for scholar- j ships for internes and salary supplements for teachers acting as ad- I visors. j Plan Long Considered A committee headed by Dr.. Henry Kroncnbcrg of the Univer-i sity has been working on the pro-! posed experiment since last f a l l , ] when the Ford group granted S85.- ( 100 to explore the possibilities of! tising Arkansas as a pilot state in I pioneering the experiment. I One plan submitted in January ! i was rejected by the Ford officials, I who said a more specific plan! it,., _,, ·-----·""··· «· "-.ii'«".-t.i [ «ni saio. a more specific p a n i the man who wins the n o m i n a - ! would be necessary. Dr. Alvln C ' Eurich snid then the Arkansans' At Nashville, Tennessee Democrats select a 28-vole delegation expected to be pledged to ballot as one for hdme-stater Kcfauver. should include specifically a pro-! gram concentrating in the first I four years on general education with a f i f t h year of professional! nnd Mrs. and Mrs. _ Refreshments consisted of sand- Morris Collier and Mr, Hubert Cowan. pre-convention delegate strength He has 122, compared with 8(514 for Georgia's Sen. Richard Russell and 85VJ, for W. Avercll Harriman, mutual security director. STATE EDUCATORS - CONTINUED FROM PAG1 Oil should be the common possession, £?,"!? , ° common denominator, so t o ; urther a c t l m the speak, of educated persons' a's" individuals and as citizens in a free society." Changes-would be marie in the colleges' basic curricula, and would not necessarily be on the foundation was not interested in; financing a plan requiring "two,' three or f o u r , more years of fur- j ther discussion." I Dr. Eurich was not present at j yesterday's meeting, hut the p l a n - ' ning Committee was informed that a copy of the adopted plan was b c i n g - s c n t to him In New York. Further action now is up to the Ford Foundation officials. Announcemeni.., Due to the critical shortage of experienced operators, I hove relinquished my managership of THE ROYAL BEAUTY SHOP and have .old the Lo ROSE HOUSE OF BEAUTY (effective Monday, June 2). i have re-decorated my uptown salon to accommodate my combined staff. I wish to thank each pcttron who has mode it possible for my enjoying a wonderful business in the past. A cordial invitation is extended to friends and patrons to visit my newly re-decorated salon. RITA'S BEAUTY SALON Suit* 3, BOSTON STORE BLDG. Phone 3134 "II Your Hair Isn't Becoming To You, Be Coming To Us" Today's Market-- wlches and Cokes, served from «| table decorated Informally with a " basket of field daisies and cand.les.1 p d i f View C l u b Guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Wallle Ingalls, Mr. and MM. G. C. Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Ofden Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tancred, MaJ. and Mrs. Fred Moseley, "unuon i^iuo met mesaty it the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rose, Mr. and I Community House, with Mrs. Mrs. Vincent Kearney, Mr. and j Everett Andrews at hnitess. There the colleges. or form for all of i St. Louis Livestock National Stockyards, 111. - Plans Wiener Roast The Fair View Home Demonstration Club met Tuesday »t the General Courses Slated Prospective teachers would take , . (USDA)-Hogs 10,000; opened - tive, later slow; mostly steady to =·.=.«. ',E"U't=;sS=°'=- time; little change ,,,, i ( u ,,,,, down and sows; bulk choice Nos. 1, 2 and 3 180-230 Ibs 21.50-22.00; sional nature in their first four years. In the first semester of their fifth year they would remain on the campus for specialized courses on teaching for several Mrs. Nnlsn E. Williams and Mr. nnri Mrs. Joe Crumpler, Community Builders Meet At Roehl Home Sulphur City - (Special) - Mrs. William Roebl was hostess to the Community Builders Home Demonstration Club Tuesday afternoon, with 12 members and two were 11 member! present. The'builnest meeting opened -at 1 o'clock thit afternoon wltrr.the devotion t»kcn from the Book of Joel and read ,by Mrs. Bill Hembree. Mrs. Art Carmorly, food leader, gave a talk on nutrition and members voted to have a wiener roast Thursday nl»ht. Mrs. Andrews was winner of the mystery package and game prizes md would then ,, , ,, ,,,,,,. between such courses and observation nnd participation in teacher training centers. In the second semester of their fifth year they would assume "nearly full v responsibility" for a group of students or set of classes, probably as an interne or apprentice. College credit of at least 18 semester hours, under the plan, may be given for the work of the f i f t h year. m o n t h s ,' J ""-"" los 21.50-22.00: theTM"TM I f"'- 1 " Sa - CS 21 ' 75 down; 24 °- 270 lbs ,,,, . ,. ,,"--; -' '"J"."."" I m - vner . v pack age and game prizes! Each Participating college would Riicsts, Mrs. Ray Lewis and Mrs. I were won by Mrs. Carmody a n d i b e responsible for organizing and i.ari.ind Murray. i Mrs p st Walker. I directing its program nf profes- rne devotional, a t h u m b n a i l I The next meeting will he June sional 'iTM-.vear work, regulated only by the stale Board of F.du- cation for certification of teachers. Committee Setup Arranged The plan proposes that a small Executive Committee be set up Personals Mrs. Robert Stokes and children, Judy and Stone, of Marion, are visiting here with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stone. N O T I C E The Retail Merchants Committee of the Chamber of Commerce Requests That All Fayerreville Retail Stores -CLOSE MEMORIAL DAY Friday, May 30 c.-ill was answered by "Something I I have learned about nutrition." Poems were read by Mrs. W. L. Harris, Mrs. Margaret Price and Mrs. Dorothy Harris. Members were asked to bring suggestions fnr the fair booth to | Ihe next meeting. Mrs. Lewis and j Mrs. Murray became new mem-! her* of the club nnd the mystery j package wns won by Miss Anne; Price. Mrs. Doehl demonstrated the procedure for making clover |eaf rolls. , During the social hour, several games wore played and refresh-1 -- --·· ··"-· "1 -. ments of cake and ice cream were "'.'." "Pending the past two weeks i served by the hostess. The J u n e ' meeting will be at the home of i Mrs. Jim Hayes. width of choice grade 20.5021.40; 280-810 Ibs 19.25-20.00- 150170 lbs 20.25-21.50; 120-140 Ibs 18.00-10.75; sows 400 Ibs down 18.00-75, mostly 18.25 up; heavier sows 17.00-18.00; stags 14.00-1600 boars 13.50-15.50. Cattle 600, calves 600; generally about steady on small supply of| all classes; mostly individual head and small "lots commercial to choice steers and heifers 28.00-' 33.00; utility and commercial cows' 22.50-25.50; canners and cutters 16.5fl-22.00 utility and commercial! bulls 24.00-26.75; cutter bulls 2 0 - ' 00-23.00; most good and choice vcalers 30.00-3fi.0fl; sorted prime, to 38.00; utility and commercial vealers 22.00-29.00. Sheep 200; active, fully sleady trade for all grades and classes"; few lots good and. choice spring lambs 28.00 to mostly 29.00; top 2J1.00; few small lots good and' Miss Louise Lambert of Monticello. Ark., is in Fayettevllle to attend the Hathcnck-Parsons wedding nnd to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Brooks have returned from Blythcville, | with their son, Kelso Brooks and j family. Births · Mr. and Mm. Oorne .lonen Mr. and Mrs. Genm Jones of Favetlcville announce the birth of a daughter, May 28, at the County Hospital. PITTSBURGH PAINTS MADE. WITH VITOUZEB OHS PAINT PROTECTION FOR HOMES,' FARMS, f ACTORHSS AN4 E«VIPM(MT · Domestic and Imported Wallpaper i«n! Get the ^ m i u u prwtciion wd^thc monk building !,(«,«, rf P»me. working for £*; | n «,;»»*·*» lUvt . product/or every ",« irf «irf««: Bring your P«im problem! to u*, we'll help you lotvt AM. ^ Ut Us Help You With Tour Color Scheme ·21 N. llock We Give SH Grem Stamps JOHNSON'S Phone 104 Mrs. S. S. Stephens nf Fort Smith, spent the weekend here with her sister. Mrs. John Philbeck. She is now making her home with her son, Francis Stephens, in Fort Smith. Mrs. George Appleby has guests over the weekend her daughter. Mrs. George A. Fogleman and three children of Marlon. Ark. They will visit Mrs. Foele- man's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Young, Jr., also. . rhoico old crop shorn Iambs 26.00- to supervise and direct the program, with the state director of teacher education and certification acting as administrative officer, i-noict Administrative personnel could be 27.50; yearling wethers o u t " a t ? A hired by the committee. 00-25.59; utility and good shorn Membership on the committee lambs largely 23.75-2400- includ- would consist of the administrative ing load lightweight Texas clips at 23.75; yearling wethers 21.75 and sprinkling two-year-olds 18.00; scattered sales cull to good shorn officer as chairman: a high school administrator; an elen cntary classroom teacher; a representative of IN THIS BIG Father's Day Contest Use This Ballot. m m m m Arkansas Teachers' Association; and seven college representatives as follows: one each from the University, A. M. and N. College, Henderson State Teachers College, and State Teachers College; one from the remaining state-supported white colleges; one from private white colleges; and one from private Negro colleges. Headquarters for the project vould he in Little -Rock. . Funds From Ford '! Costs of the project, "other than those normally carried by the colleges in their usual program." would be borne by the Fund. Funds for a 10-year period would be provided for: Cost of reorganization in the . Sgt. First Class and Mrs. Roy | I.awson are spending a six day .- leave w i t h Mrs. Lawson's parents, i Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner on , Government Avenue. The Law- · sons are enroute to Fort Bragg, N.| ; C.. where he (vill he with the Psychological Warfare Center which is to he set up at Fort Bragg. Miss Catherine McHugh, assistant professor of music at the University, has been granted a year's leave of absence for work on a doctorate. She will go to New York City this summer to begin her studies at Teachers College, i Columbia University, and in a d d l - 1 tion will study voice with Bernard : Taylor at J u l l l l n r d School of Music. slaughter ewes fi.00-11.00. C O R R E C T I O N All-Porcelain FRIGIDAIRE $ 129 95 ervice OFFICIAL BALLOT MY NOMINATION FOR NORTHWEST ARKANSAS' "MOST POPULAR POP" (Father's Name) (His Address) Special Low Price! Sgt. Avery B. Smith of Fvv eltevlllf. troop informntlon «nd educntion non-commission officer of the Heavy Mortitr Company, Nttionally advertised POCKiT WATCH Sturdy, reliable timepiece with 30 hour movement. Smart, modern desifn. Nickel plated cm. RED CROSS DRUG North Side Square, I (Your Name) «· - J VOTI AS MANY MES AJ YOU WISH FOR ANY NORTHWEST ARKANSAS FATHER 14 Wonderful Prizes For Father Receiving the Most Votes Contest Closes June llth Winner Will B« Announced In This Paper June Uth JU " CLIP OUT THE BALLOT _ DELIVER YOUR VOTE IN .PERSON TO ANY OF THE FOLLOWING STORES: Fiyelteville Drug Fairway Hardware Halt Tire Co. Ward's ke Cream Cy Carney Appl, Co, Ozark Ctoamrs Prici-PattOH Fay,Plbg.4HtaliiigCo, Fayelteville Hardware 6a.ntenhire's Jtwilry Tuck's KeHeyBrisXifylk.Ce, Quaker Drag PionetrShtp

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