Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 17, 1952 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 17, 1952
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Housework Easy Without Nagging Backache MmnlBf bukse W. bw of p^ Md«*«ir. iwdiehM and dlsiinM* BUT to dm to slow. 4owB of kidntr fmetim. Itoeton HT good kidnwr f auction it y»ry important to food - . n i n , i i / - . u itrcM end ·train. CAUM* thii fttiDorUnt function to ·Jow*m»,BWH7folkiinrT*rri»»- ·ie* b»ck»ch«-f«»l niMrthl*. Minor bladder irritations dut to eold or wrong dirt enpuMcn . Don't ntfbct your kidncn If thm eondi- ttont bother you. Try Dftui'i PHb-m mild diuretic. Uf*d caeeMifallr by million* for «wr SO 7«rv. It'i unatiet how mtny time* *Do«n'* rt^e htppr relief from th«w dUcom- forU-hclpthtlmilMOf kldner tube* ind fll. trrm flnih nut wot*. Grt Doan'i PUb today! (MM hi iri See Us About Our Easy Payment Plan on R«-Modtling Your Horn*, Building N«w Garagt, Chicktn HOUM or Milk Barns, ttc. Cliffon Lumber Co, Fhon. 27. WtM Fork, Ark. Springdale AtKANiAS flMB. foytmvlB.. TuMdoy, JUM IT. IM1 Mr. »nd Mrs. H. W. Hurst and ·on, Ralph, of Washiniton, D. C., and Mrs. John Lightfoot of Fort Myerj, Fla., have been visiting ! Mrs. W. E. Walters in Springdale. Other relatives visiting in the Walters home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs.-Espen Walters and sons David and Jimmie, and Mr. and i Mrs. Doyle Clark and daughter,! Oeorse Kelly's Claudia, of Springdale. First Theater Presentation Of Summer Session Termed Surprisingly Good, Work Of Juanita Fairchild Outstanding Hy UU.IAN MAKSIE The in-the-round production nf ·The fata) Weak- I ness," directed and staged by H In The Army a w a r e of the character. It i sons. H. O. of Trinidad, Colo Fred McClun* Rnrl^l «,,. i .v p r o b a b l e , too. t h a t n p l a v Neil of Ewms. Va . .md Donald of pTM Mrclui « . B u r i a l wa« In th» farth.igc. Mo., t w o d a u g h t e r ? F »'rv«w cemetery under the di- Edward Price. .Ir . of S u l p h u r Citv.' ·md Mr:-. M;k'- FVic.i-ii i l i of l.i-' J u n t a . C'nli, . ..!·.· si..t... Mi^ l l r n i y M r K i n n o n of Son Mnrr Texas. F u n e r a l -it i n.i^prr.rn! 1 . in of .Velum's Kun' l l n n - v complrte. . :MTM fni -.nwn!ion.-il f t a g m g . -. dtrr'ivr m Hie round t h a n ,ii!.-| |,r ;, ,,l;,v inc.inl by its a'l- .r for t h ; i t kind of production. region of Moore's Funeral Chapel. illbWTs -i-.7e: 0. L. Daily, (.'inch. F r a n k Gibson, C. E. ·John-.on, Gcorgs Smith, and C C I.ncns ' Jbituory The Springdale Chamber of' p TMston Magruder, opened M n n - Summer Brides Commerce held a party Saturday night at 7:30 at the American Legion Hut. A picnic lunch was furnished by the wives of the Jaycees, who were guests. Commencement exercises for the First Baptist Church Vacation Bible School were held Friday night at the auditorium of the church. day night, at the Arts Centre Theater with H surprisinglv cood . performance, for a first play o f ' the summer session. .Juanita Fairchfld Interpreted delicately the principal c h a r a c t o i , Mrs. Paul Espenshade, a charming and incurable lover of weddings. a woman whose veneer of senti- IQ THEN CHOOSE ^ .FAMED P A T T E R N S IN We will be happy to set a table of your choice, so that your friends can select gifts for you that you yourself desire. 4 1 Buy 'Your Sterling . . . in units of place- settings · each consisting of teaspoon, luncheon knife and fork, salad fork, cream soup spoon, nnd butter spreader. 6 piec* place letting at low m 39.7$ The school had an enrollment of | mentality covers a hard wood of. 250 children. E a c h department good sense. The real s e n t i m e n t a l i s t of the comedy is the p h i l a n d e r i n g husband, who never saw the woman he had married because he insisted on looking at the imago he had created on their wedding · day. In this role Fred Kerr was '· adequate and amusing, although his performance lacked the subtlety of Mrs. Fairchild's. Years of neglect by her husband and of contempt from her daugh- ! ter failed to sour or embitter Mrs gave a demonstration of some of the work-completed. Lt. Col. and Mrs. Thurmond I,. Walters and children, Michael and Janet, of Arlington, Texas, left Saturday after a visit with Colonel Walters' mother, Mrs. w. E. Walters of Springdale. An all-day singing was held at Spring Creek Sunday with a basket dinner at noon. The third Sunday singing- in June has been 8 custom for over 50 years. A number of good quartet's and singers were present. Mrs. Edna Bradrick has moved back to Wichita, Kan., her former home, to live with her mother, Mrs. J. F. Baldwin, who is seri- Leo McKinnon i Col Elderton i F u n e r a l s i - r lon. who die-| Su f.,r l.oo M r K i n n o n . 7.T. retired me i - h a n i i - . .inri i e = i r | e n t of F a v p i t e . ,,, "-. · v i l l r - Home 7. died at 4:411 o'clock 1 ?" ' ,'T TM "Tv'"i " r v c M e i d . i y a f t e r n o o n in n L i t t l e ' ? / " H -?." "' '" lf " n f , ?""·"! Hor-k ho,p,,al T h - c o n n f l h e Rev '"T " y , :h " , l " . " '·- TM"and M r s . H P. M c K m n o n . he wa , ' : "''""I * :t to he in !hr M o u n t horn a t M i n e r a l Springs. A r h . . " September .'in. 1877. Ho u-.-i.: , member of !hc M e t h o d i M C h i i i i h ;md tail attonnert l l e n d r i x Cnllri'r- F i i n c i a l H.| vires foi Mr-- Wsllc: In Mill! lie m.-inicd rUl-na H V d l i - r . vh" rlicrl S a t u i d n v 'i-err Kelson. n.ndiic;«l a! 3 p m . .. He is survived hy hi.s w i f e ; t h i c o : t ( "- ( ' h u u - i i of (.'hiist by t h e Rev Mr'«. Wolter Miller H E A V Y MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery r. a, ·« in r ously ill. While in Springdale Mrs. j daughter not to ruin her own Bradrick lived in »n apartment at marriage and the husband to the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Riggs on Holcomb Street. The Missionary Guild of Espenshade or to cure her of be- ' Sam Gray, son of ,Mr. and ing impressed by the words of the ' Walter Cray, who received Ins marriage ceremony: b u t , when the commission as second lipuicn.-in'. show-down came, it was the easi- ' last February, and was pradualori ly deceived wife and stupidly sen- ! from the U n i v e r s i t y J u n e 7. w i l l timental mother who controlled · leave t h i s weekend for Fort, the situation. She forced First Christian Church met Thursday night at the home of Mrs. W. S. Oakes in Springdale at 7:30. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served by the hostess. . , Va . whore he w i l l enter the Qunr- termastcrs Corps. An employe of -..- ..- | Hunt's, he was honored w i t h a marry his mistress. She also w e n t : gift at a picnic Kiven by the store to the wedding, wearing the kind ' at Lake Wellington last Thursday. of simple dark blue dress and ' white hat much affected by her i : rival. The daughter of the (Bob's Photo) j dtiction xvas more effective than ;. Espen- i conventional one would have been shades, Penny Hassett. is an in- | is debatable. Theater in the round sufferably verbal young woman I has proved itself no Mr and Mr r A K.nn ; i w h o h a s Picked up a fund nf I and has been w i t h us Iran: cnmich Oak Park III snenTth ,, t v 1 P s «^o-in(ellectual patter w i t h I to justify a serious a t t e m p t to .-,. ° the horne'o Th.r P S!"' hich Ehe b '" sters hcr "Poilrrt-! sav its merits. Such an a t t e m p t the home of their son a_nd brat insistence on her own wav obviously passes as far bevonrl t l , p Pay Only $1 Weekly .. -- --- -- , Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Kenn and children, Warren and Edith, on Theodore Drive. Dr. and Mrs. David Harner of Crouch Street have been in Miami Beach. Fla.. where Dr. Harner was one of five delegates from Arkansas to the National American Optometric Association ron- · -- «;iu(njiii, . i d L n ij. oilman, wno 1 gress. They returned home over] convincing as the not-too-long Open a Charge Account Earnings, Training, Savings and Fun the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Garland Tripp and son, Monty, of North Mill Street, are in Spokane, Wash., -where they will spend their vacation. They also plan to visit Yellowstone National Park. Order of the Eastern Star. District One of Arkansas, honored Associate Grand Matron Mrs. Pearl buffet supper at and browbeats her husband as she, scope of a short review as it does · her . the capacities of a j o u r n a l i s t i c reviewer. However, t h e point at issue is clear. A production in t h e . round sacrifices esthetic d i s t a n c e ' to i n t i m a c y . Which is worth more? In "The Fatal Weakness" .some ' of Mrs Fail-child's and Miss H i n - i ton's excellent a c t i n g in the f i r s t scene of the t h i r d act would not ' have been visible to spectators in a conventional theater. On the ' other hand, it seems probable Ilia! spectator seated in d.ii-knes; at . has always browbeaten mother. Belt Hmtnn turns good performance in the role. Other members of the cast in: elude Karle'Smith. whose por- ! trayal of Mrs. Mabel Wentz, con-! f i d a n t e of Mrs. Espenshade, is in- : telllgcnt: Jack L. Sigman, who is ; suffering of Penny; and Dorris I Tate. who plays the Espcnshadcs' sympathetic maid. Tint Act Slow On the first night the whole some remove from the slakje more OUR newspaper Hoy has the right idea about us ,ng spare ti me to make money, ahead and have fun-er.pecially in the S inT er months! To h TM' sc h°ol va n9 "° problem of w to earn extra dollars. On "pare-time activity! See 'About n R mHf / or YOVR Snn NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES Keeton with 6:30 Saturday evening in the lunchroom of the high school. A | special meeting was held at 81 o'clock at the new field house. I Mrs. Irving Kitts is the matron i of the Springdale lodge. Mrs. R. W. McCorkindale was in charge of the children's story hour held in the Library Saturday morning. The regular activities were featured on the program Saturday. Mr., and Mrs. Charles Hall and daughter. .lane, of Dallas, Texas, arrived Friday to spend the weekend with Mrs. Hall's mother and aunt, Mrs. J. E. Martin and Mis Byrte Smyer, who will accompan.v them home for two weeks. While in Dallas they will also visit Mrs Martin's son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. James Martin. A meeting of the Rainbow Mother's Club was held Friday afternoon at the recreation room o the Wilson's department store. Caroline Simonds, Sally Anderson, Margaret Johnson and Paula Cummings returned over the week end from Little Rock, where they attended Girls State at Camp Rob- fnson. ~ Wilma Jean Wines, Shirley Wines. Anna Gordon.. and Paul Jasper and Marie Brick nf the First Christian Church attended the annual young peoples conference at Lake Fort Smith last week. This week Kay McKim will represent the Christian Church at Chi Rho Camp at Lake Fort Smith for the junior high group of young people. The Illinois Club of Northwest Arkansas ; held its annual picnic »t Lake. Atalanta Sunday at noon. Each family brought a picnic lunch. All other former Illinois residents who wan) to join the club may do so by contacting the pres- dent, Herbert H. Smith of Rogers. Thirteen new parking meters lave been installed on the plat- brm- of the Springdale railroac station on Frisco Street. Mr. and Mrs. Hewitt Glass n Kansas City, Mo., have been spending several days with their larents, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Trutt in the Hickory Creek community, and Mrs. Lena Glass on North Main street in Springdale Miss Dorothy Seville, a return- d missionary from Africa, was le guest speaker at the Church of if. Nararene at the morning wnr- hip service Sunday, Miss Seville pent seven years in Africa and tans to return there in Decem- fr. Her home is at Searcy. The regular third Sunday sing- ng assembly of the Churches of hrist for Northwest -Arkansas held Sunday afternoon it 2 clock at the Clifty Church of hrist. After the morning wnr- hip service a cooperative d i n n e r as served. performance dragged somewhat, j easily takes in the t o t a l i t y The first act was especially slow. ' feet of a play, becaus Ncvertheless. intelligent direction combined with competent or better acting to give an excellent performance of a pleasant comedy. Whether the in-the-rnund pro- nf ef- . . must be af a certain distance from a n y thing of any size to rt?alizc liie whole of it. Possibly, also, i n - l h e round production keeps the spec- | f a t o r loo aware of t h e actor to be ' New "swept-back "jet-streamed styling! 1952 STUDEI COMMANDER V-8 OR CHAMPION Eleven body styles including the dramatic new Starliner "hard-top" Two great engines-the Chair n or 120 h.p. Commander V- Studebaker is one of America's lowest price cars All mrriek offer Stud.baker Automatic Dri». or Ov.rdriy.-ond trnt«J glau-ot .,tra c«t WESTER MOTOR CO. 441 W. DICKSON STUIIT, MVEfnVIIU. AIKANSAS Are Mothers Nutrition Wise? An outstanding flavor -- .lunge's om»n Meal Bread. 11-19-tf «| with the k* TIMlg fall;. Of course they are, , . . Mothers of ioday know that nourishing foods are essential for building slronj bodies and good health. They know from experience that some foods are richer in vitamins and miners than Diners . . . that's why so many are changing to Super-Enriched Bread. They want their youngsters to eat the bread that will give them more vitamins and minerals (see chart below) than any other. For a better balanced diet for all the family . . . serve Super-Enriched Bread for every bread need. , fight slices of Supar.Ennched Bread will supply^ ·supply you wilh approximately the following daily' requirement! of these euential vitamins and minerals 75% (OH THtEtfOUtTHS) For Normal App«tit*. Good Option and HeoHhy N«r*t 15% (OR ONE-FOURTH) Important to Oitdr«n'i Growth, or»d (or H«al(Ky Ey«i and Sttn V I T A M I N D 35% (Ok MOM THAN A THItO) Nocauory for Iht (growth of Sturdy Bon«v and Hwlfhy TMth 35% (Ot MOKE THAN A THIRD) Prow Attimiiatiofl of Calcium SIX (O* MO*E THAN HALF) bientiol to Proptr Nutrition of th« Body C«lh SIX (OK MORE THAN HALF) For Good Red Blood Nt.d.d for Good H«allh SHIPLEY'S SUPER ENRICHED BIIIJID MORE VITAMINS and MORE MINERALS than any other loaf! \

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