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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 17, 1952
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GOVERNOR DEWEY GREETS THE EISENHOWER^ Sunday with th« J. H Ztllnrr family. Sue and Collftn MrKenzie arc v«citionin| with relatives in Tex- AKKANIAS TIMK, foyen.vlllt, A,..nv». Tu.idoy, J U n. 17, 1*31 N«^- t h r TM ' a TM l d j d a i c fnr lhe GOP Presidential nomination, Is greeted o n his arrival FrmZ w i ^'r^ I ,? E ' °??'° y - ° nc "' his lorcmost 5u PP° r '^s- In center is Mrs. Eisenhower. The Empire Stateis Chiof Executive said: "I want to welcome next President Eisenhower, the |r«t«l admin, jstratpr and tht mcnj-ii'i Uiewarmcst heart." The Eisenhowers will be in New York for about a w«k. Tail's Team Of Veteran Professionals May Win Him Nomination If Not Election By JAMES MARLOW Madison. Vi?.. i, one Washington-l/Pl-Win or lose, at!" 1 TM around Taft. HP Prairie Grove least Senator Taft has had expert'Sta. . _ . . . ,, . . help in Irvine for the presidcnry. j ID'S, when Stnssen The men around him are a buni'h - of pros. There are two Taft headquarters. The one here. Ihr political headquarters, is called the "Taft ' Committee." Thp othpr, in New :rc and another in New Mrs. Linroln Maupin, assisted by her sister, Mrs. Kathleen Cum, mings, gave a ten at their home, f Ihr key r The O aks," Saturday, in honor as Harold · nt M r s . H o w a r d Clendening of najrer in · Bunker Hill, Vs. The guest* were nowhere. ] Mrs. R 0 bp r i Earl Cunningham of " : ""'""" n I Fuller!nn, Calif., Mrs. Mac Thomp- n j son of El Paso, Texas. Mr«. Robert 'fucker and children and her mother, Mrs. Doug- lat Cummlngs, arrived last week to «pend the summer in the Cum- mingB home here. Mr. and Mrs.' Bill Demoss of Coffeyvllle, Kan., were weekend fuests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert 'Jones. I Members of the Order of iern Star, drove to Springdale Sat- 'urday nijht to attend "Pearl Keeton Night", when the Springdale ! r.hapttr honored. Pearl Keeton, associate grand matron of the Grand chapter of the Order of Eastern Star in Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Nations entertained at supper Sunday night for Mr. add Mr«. Byron Batten- Kield of Texas, who are visiting here. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McKenzic and children and. Mr. and Mrs. William Giles were th? other guests. Dr. and Mrs. Willard Brook and children and Mr. and Mrs. Layton McCoy and sons left Sunday fnr a weeks fishing at Lake Norfork. John Issacson has returned to Houston, Texas, after a few days visit in Prairie Grove. Miss Pauline Curtringer, who las been working in the Colorado General Hospital at Denver, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hay -urtsinjrer, en route tn Muskogee, Okla., where she will he supervis- in the Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Donald Parks and the Rev G. C. Bldwo.ll left Monday morn. ng, taking Katie Sue Helm, Kath- |ryne Ridwell and Eddie Deiap to | "Ferncliff" Presbyterian camp for youth. Mrs. Parks goes as a coun- mwn at the Folklore Festival In Fayettevllle. Taking part In the square dance are .luanne Bell. Knty McCartney. Judy Oliver, 'Jerry Otick, .hmrme Dawson, ; Wayne Wainripht, James Lane and Dannie Cook. Buckner York, called hower. 1 ' In a d d i t i o n lo regularly . staffs, both men fct office in charge nf , MJ thp Midwest. whoT'f 1 hp'p politics a long lime. The T . . . . . . . . pip picked him In l,o (hrir floor phoebp manager at the convention. Mr , e TM. , .,, Still in his 30s, Richard I.. Guy-| J u l i a n Rogers, lay handles Taffs publicity. A l - v i l l i - , and from .hough his rocuhr job is with a I Clyde Borders, public rplalions f i r m j c i s , Mrs. D. N of Houston, Texas, Miss Harris of Little Rork, . E. N. Phillips and Miss both of Fayett*- McCormick. Mrs.! , . · . " ,. ' · "ii.-.. LJ. j . n i c v - m n i i L K . ivirs. itizens for tisen- he s no political a m a t p u r either, j Uoyri Bagsett, Mrs. ,1. w. Webb, hchi He_ steered Taffs publicity in t h a t ! Mrs. Rob Magruric, Mrs. J R i.M campaign. | Blakcmore. Mrs. George Wallace. » , ,, _ · . . ,, , , _ , \ j · · . ; · · - ··-' : , °" ""· rr ' s -Inbii D. M. I l a m i l 1 Mrs. .1. Ert Rngerf, Mrs. Porter varton, T»n H i- , al ' n to "',. who "'" r '«iTMa" nf the Re-, Piltman. Miss Marjorie Jones and lln, . Eisenhower or- p u b l i n n National Comniillpp b a r k : Miss Mipjlle Jones, and Miss Bet- gamzations around thp country. in Iho !03ll s when Gov. Alt!sy Camphell. don cot the Republican n n m i n a - ' Mr. and Mrs. Donald Parks, lion hut lost in rrashing defpat t o - B a r r y Parks, Capt. Howard Helm, President Roosevelt. Tom Yost and M. .1. Sharp attcnd- Two other lop Taft l i r u l p n a n t s : cd the Purkett-Bain rehearsal are congressmen: Clarence Brown,'supper Friday night and the wed- an Ohio publisher, and Carroll! ding of Miss .loan Purkett to Dr. Recce of Tennessee, who has been Calvin Bain Saturday. The wed- an educator as well as a p o l i t i - l d i n g took place in Joplin, Mo. Dr. Man. Bolh have been in politics and Mrs. Rain will b? «t home in j Prairie Grove. t h c i Mr. and Mrs. .Tohn Riddle and pros around you can't always w i n ! baby, who spent their vacation Taffs cousin, David S. I n ^ n l i s , s rhirman of the Taft Commiltrp · emeyer, the only non-pro in Btory. Lik Taft, his cousin Ingal an Ohioan, a lawyer, and a man. Besides time spent as a I...... . ,..,,.,. ,,,,,, captain and undersprretary of the for \ears. Nayy ; the grayhairrrt. pleasant I n - : As Dewcy's failures showed : the 1 i 'fielor. Mr. and Mrs. N a t h a n Brook.' and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lark at- j tended the 25th Grand Assembly | of the Order of Rainbow for Girls Sunday night. Mr. Lark is "Rainbow Dad" for Prairie Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Woolverton were 'also In attendance. W. G. McCormirk and Boh Ridwell left Monday for the east. McCormick will spend, his vacation in Washington, D. C.. with relatives. ; Bldwell will do research work in ' the Library of Congress for a few J days, then go to the University of . Virginia where he is working on I his Ph. D. dejree. Mr. and Mrs. Vincil Bell. Mrs. R. C. Lane »nd David McCartney took the first grade square dance team to Joplin, Mo., Friday, with the Silver Strike Jubilee caravan from Siloam Springe. The chiM drent' square dance was included in the caravan's entertainment. They also danced Saturday after- 1920s. He helped Taft " the Senate in 1950. Thomas F. Coleman. a IPJIII and sharp - eyed industrialist from , - , sue- j you the presidency. But they're a ; with Mr. Riddle's mother Mrs " tC b ' e . h o l p i n g e t t i n s y o u l h e n o r n i - Ethel Riddle, have returned to nation. .,, {h , TtMES _. t ,,,,,, their home in Paris, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. M«x Zellner and Pfr. -I. W. CrahiHn. son of Mr. j Hnd Mrs Orvil Graham, has rc- Murnrrl tn Camp Carson. Cnlo , a f ter ?ppndinK hi.c leave hen*. Jerry Hall, pnn of Mr. and Mrs. Olcn H a l l , is rernvfring from head injuries suffered Sunday while divine in the Middle Fork of White River. Several stitches were rerjuirrH tn rinse the. rut. Mrs. Angrline Pointer, who i?; B patient at the Elizabeth Hospital in Prairie Grove, is reported improving. Miss Del phi a Napier is visiting j her sister, Mrs. Georgp Kcdbetter. ' find children of Fullerton. Calif. j Mr. and Mrs. Chester House of i Harrison spent the weekend w i t h Mr. and Mrs. C l i f t o n R n R g n t t and I Mr. and Mrs. Otto Drake. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Tuning and children of Charleston were weekend unpsts of Mr. and Mrs. ' [ C h a r l p s Lairiamnrr. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Skrtton and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ritchie and son. all nf Tulsa, Okla.. spent Saturday w i t h Mr. and Mrs. .lack Couch. The three families were Sunday guests of I Mr. and Mrs. Bird Ritchie of j Crosses. J Mr. and Mrs. Qlrn Elzie. Mrs. Raymond Keller, and Miss Boys were Sunday guests of Mrs. Carrie Carlisle of Greenland. The Rev. E. J. Count*; WHS (lie giirst of his sister, Mrs. Vada Gib- hen of Springdale Sunday. Jack Huches returned home Saturday from W i e h l l a , Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Lawsnn were Sunday guest;-- of Mr. and Mrs. Mark H i n k l e of Fiyetieville. Mr. and Mrs. I,ee Lairiamnre and d;t uch ters attended church services at M o u n t a i n Springs Baptist Church Sunday. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Napier and family Sunday were Mr. am! Mrs. Orval Raker and children of Drakes Creek, and Mrs. Dorothy Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Von Erd- mannsrinrff entertained Sunday with a luncheon for Mr. and Mrs. Sari Mhoon. The Buckner Home Demonstra- mn Cluh will meet Friday at the Community House with a cooperative noon luncheon. ! Development of a new canal permits ships of 4,ODD tons to Mil from Amsterdam to Basel, Swit- rerland. Atomic Plant In Arkansas Aim Of R. And D. Unit l.ittlc Unrk-OPl-Thf Rtsmirrcs a n fl IvHripmrnI C'nmmir.5inn would like in interest thf Atomir Enrrgy Commission in locating a subsidiary plant in Arkansas. Charl»s R. Bnwtrs. R. and n. Commission's executive director, scald yesterday that the AEC It considering the construction of two smlll a t o m i r r n f r g v p l ^ n t v They would he subsidiary to a lar« I n s t i l l a t i o n plannfd for the Ohio River Valley. Bowers -aid atlorplc would be p made to crt i h r f p H r r a i gfivern- j men! lo huilil one of the j m a l l r r ! plants in Arkan.ia«. j A major airnafl (-(.nipai^ 1 al r o 5 ; l s rertdln to locate j,, Arkansas. : Bowers sairl. if tho Air Fnrrr ins congrevsion^l ;ipim-,ii of n requested appropriation. A l t h o u g h lh» j i r a f / f was founrt in F.uropc nn-i I n d ' ^ in pr^- mr. teplojir ifn. |t has been n a t i v e in!.v 10 A f r i c a in r e l a t h e l y mrvi- ern limes. Liberia Program May Be 1 Headed By Or. Davis V/Hshington-'n-An Arkinsx , -durator It h»ln» ronsldered for t h e job of director of the Point Four program In Liberia. The State Dfpsrtment »n- nounri-d last nl»ht th«t Df. : U'l-ronre A Davis, president «?'· ! A r k a n s a s A. M. and N. College' ' f N V j r f t i at Pine gluff. Ark., i» ni-inj considfred fnr the fast. The Point Four projrsm involve! f ' r h n i f ^ l and economic aid to un-lerdeveloped «re«s of the world. in Id. TORS--li Mr*. Du Pont House Point cleans itself! Tur *··!· itiyi MttHaf whHt'ftr r»" when lt'« painted wth Du Pont Houw Paint! Thi« unique blend of pigmentx «nd nil« actually »hed» dirt. /(clean* ilsrl/l With Du Pont House Paint, » fine white powder forms under normal eiposurn to nun and weather. Then, when it raliw, dirt ·ud grimo are waahod away! Howavcr, eictwrivo ·oot or heavy «hade or itaiiu frnn raeUl niifteM, ·uch f t copper ncreenlng, may interfen with of delay thin procfM. Hr»utify your homo with the paint that'a aad* right to ntJiy hright. 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