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2 MQttHWHT AtKANSAI T1MK, NyMMvM.. Ark.m., Monday, June H, 1951 iimimiiiMiiiiHitiiiii tmiiiiiiiiiii mi IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIII I « , A / - / · / · . r J ^% ^ ^ VA Coffee Hour Given By V.F.W. Auxiliary IHItlllHIIIIIMVIIHIIIIIIII III! limillltlllllll Society MRS. KATHLEEN DOZIER IMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII.'IIMMIIIIIllllllllllllllli ..... Illlllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllirillim Jeannle and Jimmy French of I I Washington, D. C., arrived Sat- j i urday night and arc guests of their | uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mi j. J. O. i Ware. PAROLED FROM LIFE SENTENCE -Til A coffer- hour, sponsored bv the Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Hi Si Club, Cluhroom. 7 Farmmslnn Lodge. Karmlngton Masonic Hall, 7:30 fB.vetlevllle Lodge 740, Masonic H u l l , 7:30 Tuesday . . . Lion's Club, Ferguson's. ]2 : Kiwiiiiis Club, Washington Hotel, 12 Sub I)cb Club, Sug Catr, 7 1,'avai Reserve Composite U n i l , Enson Building, 7 306th Military Government Group, 112H VVcsl Center, 7:30 Sportsmens' Club, Clubhouse, 7:30 · O. E. S., Masonic H a l l , 7:30 1.1. Cr.l. and Mrs. R a n d a l l Stal- i Hani..,,,, Auxiliary,,/Uie'veierans : ,I) 118 ' °' Arlington, Va., announce of Foreign Wars, was IHrl at the 1 " 1 0 blrl1 ' 8 '»-s«i, Harold Bennett, . Veteran's Hospital yesterday al- ''" nc '^ Mrs - Stallings is the I tcrnoon. | daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh ! In iharKi' were Mrs. L i l l i e M. 'Siittle of Kayctteville. j foiirtnf-y. V.A.V.S. representative : i ; An''" l All" y w;um""'nd l; vlrV 1;ir v;·' Mr """ MrS ' Jamls R °« nrrt a »- ! A I ' u t i ' i m ,'if Fayr'-u'viHe '· ' n ° uncc t h e bir ' h "' » d »"«hler, A mu::ical program was present. J u n ? 7 ' :vl Medical Center lias- erl by the local Central Christian ' pll;i1 ' Odessa, Texas. Mr. and Church with the Rev. Fred: Mis. Clyde Bojfard announce the Huckleberry in charge. Special! birth of a son, June 7, also at the numbers w c i e g i v e n by the Tackctt Medical Center. Mrs. K. II. Guy sinters Ihc SI. .laura HaptiM choir ' of Fayottcvlllc, grandmother of anrl the West Fork Assembly of the new babies, is now in Odessa : (.Mi quartet. ^ | v , s i l j n , hcr snns and fami]i(!5 _ ' ' Personals · Mrs. Keelon .Honored By O.E.S. District Flag Day Observed At Luncheon Given By Marion Chapter Mr. ,-inrt Mrs. Rex Morion left Satin day for a week's vacation w i t h her miithi:r in Pennsylvania. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Hcaly Announcements Tri Dells Alliance Tri Dcla Alliance will meet , Wednesday a 3:30 p.m., in t h e | home of Mrs. L. K. Hart, Janice and Dean streets. Numerous sub- ami son John, of Ilochellc, I I . . , ! J C c!s will be rtiscu^d of im- wero visitors in Faycttoville yes-; portance to members of the AlTi- tcrday. Boy Dying Of Cancer To See I TV Show Dedicated To Him Chelsea, Okla.-(/P)-A 13-year- *- : old cancer victim who isn't aware ' r · J T D LJ ; that doctors have given him only rr.enOS 10 TOy H0fl0r i three weeks to live is w a i t i n g T_ I I P n » f p r i calmly to watch an hour-long tele- « « · · · » · . B U A i c r ' vision^ program tonight d e d i c a t e d ' p , ans for Q rccogl uion ^..^ ! Bon"by Shaw, amazed bv all the h TM°TM 8 '" U Baxler ' P resid «" ·' \ publicity and gifts ho has received, lno Arkansas Western Gas Con.^ has told his mother continually: f«ny to be held at the Fayettevii:,. "I don't deserve it. I'm not good CoL1 , nlr j ( C ' U ° , , F ''' da y «TM^ ; -- ," ' " ° «° "' ^ SS today. °The£,£tspl: ! ,, ' _ , _ . sored b y friends o f t h e g a s co: I But Mrs. Earl Shaw says she par , y executive who desire ·'-, tells Bobby he's been a good boy non[)r h i m for 2 Q years of sem, ( .' ! who has had a tough time of it, j n this section o f ' t h e state It -'. I and everyone is trying to help not a Chamber of Commerce ever- i him get well soon. · it was pointed out today. Bobby is expected to slip into a The first football coach in th-. history of Colgate University w.v; lan named Samuel Colgatr. CILHiATING M n _. n rh , n ui , ' Fr - d c °S cr ln " Saurdav to visit ; Friendly Bible Clan, Mnrion Chapter, Daughters of | relatives at H a r d v , and w i l l leave Cenlr.l M.lhodi.l Church the American devolution, observ- I from there Thursday for Camp I The Fri Approximately 335 guests n t - i e d Hag Day S a t u r d a y w i t h a i Gordon, Ga. ' Cci tended the district dinner and j luncheon nt Ferguson's. The i-egcnl j meeting h o n o r i n g Mrs. Pearl l a n d post regent of the Mary Baker i Mr. and Mrs. A. y. Gerry. Jr ,.,,,,,.,,,., ,,,,,.« m-uncsuBv Keeton of Fayettcville, associate f h u r m a n Chapter of Fort Smith , and children of Fort Smith, spent at 9 a.m., for its monthly meeting grand matron of the Order of were among guest members rop-! Sunday at the home of Mrs. Ber-I -- ~ Eastern Star in Arkansas, given resenting other chapter-, of the I ry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam E.! sn , u* FUU PAROlt from a lif e sentence, Joseph Jablonskl 60. 1. served his first home cooked meal outside of Illinois' State"'lie », in his Chicago home by his wife Carmella. In ·o others were sentenced to life following a roh- rneet with Mrs. C. A. Marshall, TM ^"^"' marr " ! ° ^TM"la. After his 11 years O f "borrowed frce- Ml^ Scquoyah Drive, Wednesday ! ^TM. £TM_ b ^ c »nie^conselence-strickcn, turned him over to authorities. nitentla 1 Jablo The Friendly Bible Class of the D.TM ,| avin - T.T.IV. .. , u °'-" l " lcea l ° '"« Blowing a ro ntral Methodist Church will t n?hil , .? £ " capcd from thc honor fa TM. TM Del with Mrs. C. A. Marshall, '" ,, * e °' marr ' ed Ca TM ella - After his 11 y eilrs of "borrowed frc Saturday evening at Springd'ale. I Osagc district of the organization. The district In composed of 151 Mrs. Russell Paddocic, district O.E.S. Chapters In Washington, Bcnton and Madison Counties. Guests included those from the districts of Fort Smith, Little Rock, Stuttgart, Hazen, Helena, Ilusrcllvlllo, McGhce, Joiner and Clarksville. Out-of-stats guests were from Oklahoma, Missouri, Louisiana nnd California. A program of music waj presented for entertainment and thc main speaker for the evening was Mrs. Keeton, who received a mi her of gifts of money, sterling and Gearhart. Bobby anrl Phillip Dozier left director, presided. A brief program of appropriate readings was j yesterday w i t h their unc:e ano , Riven, including a toast to the f l a g a u n t , Mr. and Mrs. Marion Kvans, uncle and by the chapter repent, Mrs. I... L. iixter. Pauline Pcarce, young 'lAiri. rauiinc i carce, young visit daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mrs. Pearce of Fort Worth, Texas, e n - I and Mrs. Evans Icrtaliicd at the piano during the ' luncheon. for Dallas, Texas, where they will vijll their grandparents. Mr. nnd Thomas I.olt and with Mr. Elvin Geiser Quilling The Coaching Profession North Little Rock, Ark.-(#·)-£!- vln Geiser, head football coach at North L i t t l e Rock high school the past three years, is q u i t t i n g the coaching profession. He announ- ystal. Yesterday morning Mr. nnd Mrs. Keelon v.-ere host and host- cst nt a breakfast for O.E.S. guests, ot thc Mountain Inn Hotel. Cherry Coke Parly Given At Kaylor Home A Cherry Coke partv, first here Jn a ncrles to be held as a port ot the Francis Cherry campaign for governor, was given Thursday morning at the home of Mrs. Coy Kaylor on Vandeventer Avenue. About 12 guests were present. Including representatives from Springdole. County H. D. Clubs Announce Schedule County Home Demonslrafibn clubs will meet this week as follows: Monday, Goldcnrulo, sahool. 2 p.' m., Brush Creek, Mrs. Vera Smith, 11 a. m.; Tuesday, Oak Grove, cht.rch, J.I a. m., Bethel Grove, club house, 1 also among thc out-of-town guests present. The next joint meeting of the chapters of Osage District w i l l lie in September. District V.F.W. Installs Officers Delegates from the Volrrans of Now he U free again by action ot the parole board. They have a 17- year-olcI daughter. _ (Intcrn^onalloun'pL^ New York Markets Are dulled By Potatoes Benefits Bill Boost Meets House Approval Mrs. P. n. Pearce and daughter ced ycslerdav t h a t he was resign- 'iiuline. and Mrs. Hugh Brooks;' ing to become director of youth . , ....... .,,,,,, ,, vu . lllllu! ,,, ul ii" .!,.,· »'iTMa, of Fort j a c t i v i t i e s for the Highland P a r k ] Dealer! predicted prices--now members indicates approvnl bv u o i t h , lexas. returned home this! Methodist Church of Dallas. i well below the old OPS ceiling.;-- '· voice vote. Representative Fon New .York-m-Potatoes g l u t t e d ! Washington-tfPj-The House today local markets today alter several shouted'approval ot a bill boost- · eeks of scarcities and h i g h - i n g Social Security benefits by prices. Neither retailers nor i 5300,000,000. It postponed final wholesalers were in any hurry to passage u n t i l tomorrow. bun- I More t h a n two-thirds of the morning a f t e r v i s i t i n g here w i t h , ·presentative Ford Geiser. a halfback for the Uni- would go still lower this week. ( R - M i c h ) objected on the ground Mrs. Pearce's brother-in-law and | vcrsity grid team which topped The market has "broken wide : that a quorum was not present sister, Mr. and Mrs. Royce I.ans-; the Southwest Conference in 1933, open," ' Foreign Wars Post and A u x i l i iary of District Onc( met nl Renton- vllle yesterday for n regular district meeting and election of officers. Everett Donaldson of Springdale, was elected district com- t n l d - coached at Fayetleville H i g h | prices arc ahead for the New York " School before coming to North I housewife. hgt. Jack Decker, son of Mr. I Little Rock. His Norlhside team! Herman B. Glascr, attorney for | and Mrs. .1. E. Decker nf Farming- last fall won nine games, lost one; the Retail Food Merchants Associ- ; Ion, has reported for d u l y at White . and lied one. ' S a n d s Proving Ground, N. M. Sei - i geant Decker is with t h e B.liMrd Technical Services Unit a f t e r serving in Korea for I I months. Dr. anrl Mrs. K. R. Riggall an- manrier of V. F. W. anrl Mrs.! ; ,t ri'.incc the Frances Davis of f3entonville reelccled district president for the auxiliaries. FHyettcville.offlcers elected were John S. Gale Lnnrtmi Births Mr. and Ms. Harry W. Home Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Home of Springdale announce the birth was ; l-hRlaiHl. Dr. niaBi.ll who Is in the ,,, ,, r | a ,,g htf ,,. J u n c 15 , at t h c cit y i post K i a r l n a l c division d o p a r t n i c n t : Hospital' I of the I'nivcrsily of London, w i l l j Georgia Delegates To Vole For Russell I _, j. . , h - J l a r o l d , district chaplain ,| u i v . FT W., Mrs. Irene Powell, | sail fnr home on thc .Maurctania.! Mr .Mr. anrl Mrs. Kendall B. Harp ,, . , , of Springdale announce the Herbert I.. Si-ay, son of l l c r l j c r t ; |,j r th O f for V district guard and Mrs. Helen Blackwell. district historian for P . R( , a . of ,.,, V( , Ucn ,| 0 . v . i M ,. .,; j";"; - · t h e a u x i l i a n e s . ! Saturday K, K,,rt Hcmamin H a , - ' ' ' Refreshments were server! by . ,. isnll ,,,,, ,,, p.,,.,,,.;,,;,^ (,, lho ; rison. Iml., t the Bcntonvillc A u x i l i a r v . and ' IJOTC s,,, ,, c · ' · - , P '"' an " nlr "' f " 1rl Marr those a, ( endln, from Fayctteville . ^^'iVC*cT-5'^ ! 0 ,^lic'^ounS''!^^[n 7? J. C. P u t n a m , J. C. SrnHh, ^·^^^^^l^"'"- J TM '"· "' lh ° TM* H °^' alion here, noted that ."wholesalers are loaded with potatoes." "Spuds are not moving at whole- ' A(lanta-W)-Georgia Democrats sale or retail," he said. | today named a slate of 28 party * 'officials and instructed them to Fire At Racetrack I TM lc for Sen. Richard B. 'Russell Belmoni, N. Y.-WA voung d! Jl 113 D J" lot ' r;i ' lic national con- groom and between 12 and 30 TM"',°"- The Democratic execu- horses were killed early today llvc -omtniltee appointed 72 dele- when fire destroyed part of a barn Katcs and alternates, headed by I at Bclmont Park racorack. j G o v . Herman Talmadgc, ^nd i n - ' · | eluding the ei.tire Georgia con- Falhtr Of 64 igrcssional delegation. Cairo, Egypt-(/l'i-The newspaper ' l n addition to voting as a unit Al Akhbar reported otiay t h a t . f° l t n o Georgia senator so long a son, June 10, at the City; Saudi Arabia's King Ibn Sa'ud. 75. ' a s he desires, the delegation was has become a father for the G4th charged by Executive Committee time. ' C h a i r m a n James S. Peters to · ''fight to the last for the rights End Bob Wilkinson on the New, of Georgia and the South." York football G i a n t s has played! feature parts in Hollywood movies. Arlvrrtlse In f t r TIMES--II oT«. coma in about three weeks and never recover. He has had three I operations in a Tulsa hospital b u t ; -- doctors finally have given up That was in 1890. hope. i Television station KOTV at Tul- ! sa and the Tulsa World joined i forces to put on the big show for j | Bobby at 11:30 p. m.' Eastern Standard Time. A large cast o f ! tertainers and well-wishers w i l l . be headed by Gov. Johnston Mur- i ray who, by letter, will make him an honorary commodore in Oklahoma's mythical navy. Bobby's father has returned · from California to be with his son i during the last weeks. i 'He's so appreciative," said ! Mrs. Shaw. "He came home from the hospital the last time June 6 and started crying when he saw a j brand new television set which! friends had bought for him. He | didn't think he deserved it. Since ; then he h=; become an avid television fan." "Mltf Newspaper articles describing , Bobby's plight have been kept j from him. By special arrangement, ! captions on pictures do not men- , tion that the youngster is doomed,. and these are shown to him. i Radio stations here have agreed not to broadcast the story. The Shaw television set will be | turned off at the start of the pro- ' gram tonight. Mrs. Shaw will be · in telephone contact with the sta- ! tion. During the first five minutes of the show the announcer will j tell the audience what has happened. , After that, Mrs. Shaw will t u r n '' her set on and no one will men- ; MELON KINC-Alhert Ray, C4, of Fayettcville, N. C., has been i and Mrs. Krndall B Harp "They'll just say he's a good kid who has had a rough time of it," ! said P r o g r a m Director Don i Thompson. i Dubbed the "Watermelon King." Ray says he's never dropped his "crown." since he substituted a watermelon for a pumpkin. Giles Snydcr, No. 1 player on the West Virginia U. tennis team, »« S '" d TM' "' " and Mrs. Charles L- Davis, M r . : n , , hc Sc ,, ior n t ) T C ,,,-,,,,,,,,, and Mrs. Joe C. Anderson, Mrs.; Mora Mae Ward, Mrs. Irene Pnw- j 'II, Mrs. Estcllc Blackwell. Hugh Latta, department son Ice | Fred High of Uerryville. folk :, and Mrs.. S j n| , ( , r nm | iU | ( | 101 . of l w n htm j (s . . "Ohl Old Folk -Snugs" anrl "4:1 Today's Market-- pccial g V. F. W. District momhcrs wei · installed by Charles L. IiavU. department c h a p l a i n , nnd A i m l i n r y officers w e i r installed bv Mrs. Charles Taylor, all day, Salem, Community House, all dav; Thursday, Benlly, Praden, Mrs. Robert Bone, 12:.'lO p. m., Stony Valley Mrs. Jim'fieert, 11 a. m., Valley View. Mrs. Maudie Gabbard, 2 p. m.: ^ Friday. Elm Springs, Homo Lov- r rrs.'Mi-f. E. E. Jones, noTM, Buck- '. bUnSnlHG ofOUD ner. Communitv House, 11-30 1 1 n r a. m., Sonora, Mrs. W. O. Everett. rIOS K l C H l C buppcr ! paid rather freely by shippers and · butchers, mostly for choice Nos. 1 Aiming Ihrise from Fayettevillc : and 2 l!)0-22() Ibs; 240-270 Ibs f u l l a t t e n d i n g the State H e a l t h Work- width nf choice grade 10.7S-20.S5: ., . , simp at UK-- Pelit Jean State Park 2HO-300 Ibs 19.00-3S; 150-170 Ihs Margaret M a r t i n , d e p a r t m e n t . ,,,,,,. Mnl . ri | |nll ., lmc ls , h r m | g h ,,, 2S12 0.00; mostly 18.SO-19.75: ' 111. inciiuii- Dr. Troy llenrtrieks. 120-MO Ibs 16.00-17.75; few 1S.OO: head of the Physical Education sows 400 Ibs down 17.50-18.00; Department at thc U n i v e r s i t y , Dr.! heavier sows Ifi.00-17.00; stags Kral-.ior Damron, assistant profcs-! 14 00-lfi.OO; hoars 12.00-14.fiO. sor of Physical Education, a n d ' Cattle 5.000. calves 1,100; trad- 100 T/UUT HTUI ONLY 49c St. Joseph ASPIRIN SUPER! (See Page 10) 1 prcsidcni. 1.30 p. m.. Apple Rlosson,. l u n c h - : Mrs. H. H. Bonnor entertained ! Mrs. \Vmcio Ann C a r r u t h , a s s i s t - j ing very slow and initial binds un- con, First Christian Church, 12:30 members of the Sunshine Group; nnt professor of Physical F.duca-' evenly lower on steers and hoif- p. m. and their families al hcr h o m e ' t i n n . i ers; few cows about stcadv w i t h ' Thursday nigh, with all member.; Fridav; u t i l i t v and commercial optative'suppTr'T.^Served TM ' I I 1 ' "' J ' f: " hli "' h i f " i f ° who """ 2(1 nn - 22 - 5(1 : " w 2 TM°: «"' t n e l a m i IS t l i e '"'"'"' M'ldrod Adkins of I ners and cutters 15.50-20.00; bulls Mrs. R. W Crane pre-,idcnt i ' ' a c t t e \ illc, anrl children. Peggy. 25 lowers; utility nnd commercial ' Susan and John Richard, of bulls 2250-26.00; cutter bulls 19.- Hrnwnstou u, Pa., arc \-isiting iiere ! 00-22.00; lightweight canner bulls VA Party Given By V.F.W. Auxiliary The .lack Tidball Auxiliar. ... Veterans of Foreign Wars of Fay. ry nf . , presided d u r i n g the Inisini'ss s- Roll call was answered w i t h .. .,, v- , , , * ",".^ "i i-rtv- . (iii.ii you can no 10 improve voilr ctteville. held its regular monthly ! health?" Mrs. Crane won the inyv. party at the Veteran's Hospital, j lory package and the hmti-ss re- iVhat you can rlo to improve your w '!h Mis. Goldin's parents. Mr. Saturday night. , reived a shower of tea tpweK Music was provided by Burl j Mr. and Mrs A u b r c v S!..ph Ledbotter. Games were p l a v i - d . ] son of Dayton. Ohi conducted by Mrs. Lillic M. Court- i guests. riey, Mrs. Nora Mae Ward, Mrs. ! ' The next meelini; will be h-lil tva A. Putnam and Mrs A l l i c Os- J u l y in. the place to be a i i i m u n m i burn. hi,,,. n i . r l Mrs. A. A. Adkins. They le.ive tnmonow ft»r l.it'.lo Rock where, tbey will visit w i l h friends Iiefnie rctiirniiig home. Dr. Golrlin were special si,,,,,,.,! |,i 0 .,i u , ( ] |,,, IO ,,, t | lp ,; ni . \-crMty and is mnv prr.i'licing H i i n v n s t i n v n . 17.00-18.00; v e a l e r : 1 steady: bulk good nnd choice vcal- crs 30.00-34.00: sorted prime sparingly to 36.00: u t i l i t y and commercial vealers 21.00-27.00. Sheep 1,300; market opening slow, undertone weak but no carlv I sales. DENNIS THE MENACE By Kctchom H6W9! flHi mjRHtQ THi A LIGHTED MATCH You can't afford to throw away thousand! of dollar!, but that's what might happen if your homt it not adtquattly covered with a FIRE INSURANCE policy that givei you complete Financial Protection. RENNER COMPANY, Inc. "Insurance of All Kinds:' Phone 236 L Lt seems the favorite words in June are "I Do." Before the month is over, some 185,000 couples will have said them...and set up households of their own. Today's bride has more help than ever in making a house a home! Flick a switch, click a button--nnd there's power aplenty to lighten every task! Electricity helps with the washing and ironing.., cleans the rugs, protects the food, Does all this and much, much more--and does it at such low cost that even a "newlywed" budget finds th« bill painless! In fact, all the comfort, convenient and pleasure that electric service brings you and your family cost only a few cents a day! The skill and efficiency of your friends and neighbor who work in this company--together with sound business management--have mad» thii bargain possible! E. J. DYEB8, DIVISION MANAGER

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