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July 1, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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MMTHWfST ARKANSAS TIMB, Paralyzed Father Saves Life Of Young Daughter Huge, Okla.-fJPJ-Olen Petty, a Hufo mechanic paralyzed since childhood, made i desperate lunge Into Schooler Lake yesterday to tavc hu drowning son and daugh- tei and somehow managed to make it back to shore with the girl, Lucille, 11. His son, Jot, nine, perished. Petty is paralyzed from the waist down, able to walk only on hi* hands and knees. How he got into the water it a mystery be- ,,- - - - - -- - - c.u« wltaw.. attracted by the N " a /r e ^ u ^:.,L r " c . 1 !^ h fu r ! Springdale Mr. and Mrs. Lymon Houston and daughters o( Christian Street have returned from a 10-day vacation trip to Colorado, where they visited Mr. 'Houston's sister and her family. They also visited the Royal Gorge and Pikes Peak. The Rev. Amos Howard of Springdale. an evangelist for the plan also to visit other relatives there. A called meeting was held bv the Springdale Junior Chamber o'f Commerce Monday night at the First National Bank. Don Peterson announced that the meeting was held to complete the final arrangements for the rodeo concession sales. A permanent metal- roofed stand has b«. erected at the northeast corner of the arena children'! acreams, w«r«" not 11""° watching Uwii crippled father. Cecil Garner, uncle to the children, gavt this account of the tragedy: They were wading in the lake while on a family picnic. About 10 feet from shore, Jo« dropped out of tight, accidentally wading Into deeper water. Lucille grabbed him, but was pulled into the deep water »lso. Neither how .to. swim. child knew Somehow, Petty grabbed Lucille and dragged her to more shallow water. But she lost her grip on Jo* and the boy drowned. ' I t was miraculous," said Garner, in regard to Petty'! rescue effort. iday. The regular pastor, the Paul Watson, is in Kansas DOROTHY DIX -- CONTINUED ntOM PARE rtUB now passe with the young. It is the accepted practice for a girl to dance exclusively with her escort. Commingling: at affairs of this type was one of the most pleasant things about them in the last generation, and, it is too bad that such about, The same may be said of the practice of "going steady." Today, if a boy takes « girl out twice, the crowd assumes they're "going iteady." This term was once used City at the general assembly of the Nazarene Church. Cecil Norman, manager of the Norman Furniture Company, Inc., returned over the weekend from Chicago, where he attended the International Home and Furnishings show at the Merchandise Mart and the American Furniture Mart. Mrs. Herman Mitchell of North Thompson Street was taken to the County Hospital Saturday night in a Callison-Sisco ambulance. . Wayne Barrack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Barrack of Holcomb Street, was taken to the County Hospital Sunday morning by a Callison-Sisco ambulance. Eugene M. England, third mate I aboard the S. S. Zoella Lykes, is I visiting in Springdale at the home of his brother, Ray England, Jr. He was recently commissioner as I ensign in the U.S. Naval Reserve. The Springdale Fire D-partment extinguished a grass fire on West Hunlsville Street Monday night. Monday from Elizabeth, N. J., where she had spent her vacation with her daughter, Mrs. George Doerrew. W. G. McCormick returned Thursday from Washington, D. C., where he had spent his vacation with friends. He left Sunday for his work in Little Rock. Lt. and Mn. Paul Lawrence and children, who havt been visiting Mrs. E. H. Cook have returned to his station at Lackland Air Base, San Antonio, Texas. i Mrs. C. R. Fenimore and Mrs.] W. R. Simon spent Sunday w i t h ' their sister, Mrs. A. H. Flanagan, in Fayetteville. Greatly Expanded Telephone, Telegraph Facilities In Dam Area Truman Visits Prairie ! paper requirements well Mrs. Louis Morton and Miss;..,.. ,, , .,; . . Betty Villians left Sundav for hi"d"o " o ' d f t h " '* """ lLawton. Okla., to visit Mr. and I n TM u°..?TMr 1,^,° T"""'TM"' Mrs. Estes Ryker. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bell a n d ] baby of Ardmoie, ,0kla., arrived! Sunday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dougles Cummings, and his mother, Mrs. Eula Bell. Gene Prater who spent his leave with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Prater, left Friday for Massachusetts. Prater is being ·arriers lo M o u n t a i n Home. j thf president's rout* through , Telephone i n n s i r u r t i o n rrrwn! kanjas lo take care of special '131 c F i n i n g at a d d i t i o n a l cop- j staiution vork for the pregirl, -er circuit bctv/cen H.-irrison and} 1 ' 3 ' P*rty and to serve as co i l o u n t a i n Home, and a copper- i r.iuniration trouble shooters. . clad circuit between Mountain I · Long distance telephone ind those for t h e preslde-nn.ii r.nr'.v. II,.me and t h e fi'iil Shoals dam i klcgrapli facilities feeding i n l o l Most o( the additiOii.il loiij f || S . . w r e r c t h e president is to deliver j the Mountain Home area h a v e i t a n c e lines tvill he Mipnhed hv hss dedication address. This latter been temporarily increased t o ' means of "carrier" e q u i p m e n t c i r c u i t will m- equipped w i t h a carry the h e a \ y t r a l f i c r e s u l t i n g ; which enables more t h a n one trie-'''·' 1 r r " r '" P rnv "l 1 five voice chan- from President Harry S. T r u - I phone or te!egr..ph mrssagf !o he '" ' !i 1r lhl 'I' 1 TM «itr. man's visit tonight and lomnrrmv r.irried over a pair of wires a! t h e ' A six-channel telegraph carrier i u Ve"'in IlritiVh 'public~ \\\r-"ln to dedicate the Norfork and D u l l ' s a m e lime. Carriers, opcn.linj; svstem will he put ,n hv South- . Se-rel;,rv A V h o n y fief.\ 1 bhoalsdams. | something like radio self, send j western Boll Ir, connect L i t t l = | Foreign "office' announced The Southwestern Bell Tele- several conversations alone ,1 wire . Rock and MounMin Home, pro-' n J E n , h e -,11 not be ahle to c phone company. WeMorr. Uni n n ( j P' 1 ' 1 ' a t d i f f r r e n t frequencies, thr-n | \ iding a d d i t i o n a l f a L - i l i t i e s for . ry n .j[ f v ; i r l u f i e - n' h : 3 o'ffice and the M o u n t a i n Home Tele- ' separate the conversations out at t r t --- -- J ·' - "' '' ' phone Company, which servos t h e ^ h c other end. Eden III, To Be Out Of Office For Weeks I.r.nrlnn - (Ft - Jaundice h struck down another leading f Sis- telephone, lonq distance circuit* in a nev.- carrier system he- tv/een L i t t l e Rock nnri Hatesvillo a s ' h a v e been extended hy temporary I ThI'- ll! wires and pre.v 1 ; service.. · n number of -vfk these telegraph c i r c u i t s : Thi; fJiirt of Edinburgh, h. extended to the H u l l :,,,,,,, ,,, Qwi , n ai/ab( . tn ,, , M m i l s d,-in. lbr?r\ c o n f i n e d to Buckingham T I Telephone employes w i t ; be .,'.i-;aco w.th trie, s.imc ailment for t tinned ot Ftrnlegic places a l o n g ' p a s t -eck Mrs. L. E. Maupin and Mrs. Kathleen Cummings entertained Thursday at the home of Mrs. Maupin, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Magruder Cook of Arlington, Va., who are visiting Mrs. E. H. Cook. Miss Pheobe Harris of Little Rock served punch as the guests ar-! ,, rived. The evening MJS spent j transferred from Sneppard Field", playing canasta. The guests were Texas, to the base in Springfield, Mr. and Mrs. Magruder Cook, " Master Sgt. and Mrs. Carl Carlisle of Offatt Air Base, Omaha, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Donald Parks, Mass. Mrs. R. E. Cunningham who has spent several weeks with her son Robert Earl, and relatives has Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parks, Dr. antj returned to her home in Fullerton, I Mrs. Calvin drastic change: came Bain, Mrs. Lewis i Calif. Mrs. Porte Pittman went' . _._ . _ _ _ _ Morton, Dr. and Mrs. Willard,with Mrs. Cunningham and willj rle has been with the merchant Brooks, Mrs. John Alton of Eli visit Howard Pveatt in Fullerton.' marine for the past seven years Paso, Texas, Miss Harris, Mrs. I Camilla and Kathryne Bldwell and is now shipping to European Robert Tucker of Houston, Texas, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. EXTRA LOW PRICES! ports. Airman Firstclass Mollie Belle Cook, and with other relatives Barry Parks and M. J. Sharp. and Mrs. F. J. Mathias at New Mr. and a t I H. Shader left! Hope. for Detroit, Mich., f o r j Mr. and Mrs. Magruder Cook reunion which will cele-jleft Friday for their home in Arand friends. She is stationed atl b r "te their golden wedding an-Mington, Va. They were accom- Belleville, Mich. She has been in service for the past two years. Mr. and Mrs. Garvln Martini have as their guest, Mrs. Martini's father, Nicholas Frederick of St. Louis, Mo. He was stricken ill last week and is a patient in almost as a synonym for being ] trie Veterans Hospital, engaged. Now, however, it is a n ) Mrs. Earl Brown of Springdale indeterminate expression meaning'entertained Friday afternoon in simply that one goes with one boy I honor of her sister, Mrs.' James at a time. A pernicious practice, Cummings of Washington state. " 1 local women attended. and Mrs. Carter Plemons iturday morning for California, where they will spend several weeks visiting Mrs. Plemon's son, Cecil Stone, and her granddaughter, Chsrla Stone. They but since it is accepted so defi- j nitely by our young- people, w e j . ,, r i f"i. oldsters must learn to live with it. le " Balura - r It is believed that the first print- Ing was dope by the Chinese. niversary July 5. panied by Mr. Cook's mother, Mrs. Miss Sue Vinson returned Sun-IE. H. Cook, who will spend the day from Hobbs, N. M., where she visited her sister, Mrs. Tommy Ledford. Mr. and Mrs. Frank summer with her sister, Mrs. Clayborn Mobley in Washington, D. C. En route they will spend the Glenn!weekend with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Blakemore and son, Keith, of Fal-jGibson in New Orleans, La. furrias, Texas, arrived Saturday! Miss Pheobe Harris has re- to spend their vacation with the turned to her work in Little Rock J. R. Blakemores and Mr. and after spending several days with Mrs. J. G. English. her aunt, Miss Betsy Campbell. Mrs. Clyde Borders was hostess. Rev. and Mrs. G. C. Bidwell, to the Past Time Club Friday. Kathryne and Camilla, returned The members held » luncheon «t Saturday from Millington Navy I o'clock and spent the afternoon'Base at Memphis, where they vis- playing rook. jited their son, Capt. David Bid- Mrs. Trella Thomas returned i well. Is it time for Declaration of Independence ? Th« men who wrote the first one itruggled to put new ideis into simple words. Humbly, they tried to »et down clearly certain rights of man that could be called Cod-given, and hard-to-say things of a apiritual nature--truth,equality,freedom. f And the words came alive, and the ideal ihone clear. The idea that each man is more important than hit government; his Independence more precious than his security; his spiritual itrenjth more lasting than his armies. · -'" ' ""*·" \ Upon these ideas, a nation grew great. f There are alwayi people who fear nich Mean--even today, even in America. These people feel that man cannot he trusted with his destiny. They are work, ing to make government the master-, instead of the servant--of the people. W Their distrust of the individual hat ipread frighteningly in the past few yran. ^ y % It can be stopped by ideas--the same idea* ipelled out in the Declaration of Independence. · pl Maybe it's time for all of us, privately anil in public, lo declare once again our independence--to speak up for freedom, and against anything that threatens it, 1|| The trend touard more and more gov- f trnment centrals M a i*r«f lo every Au*inm*, every foully, nery individual. Tkal'i nVij MV '"injl V"" thii mm.vigr. E. I. Vnm. BIYUIOH MARftOM OUTSTANDING VALUE! ONE BIG GROUP SUMMER DRESSES 3.98 · SEERSUCKERS! SHEERS! · BEMBERGS! COTTONS! · LONG-WEARING BROADCLOTHS! · MOST ALL SIZES! · NOT ALL STYLES! HURRY! WOMEN IN WHITE! COOL PLISSE UNIFORMS · Whit. Only--SitM 10 ta 44! · Nctdt No Ironing! 2. EXTRA! EXTRA LACE NET PANELS ·42"«90" SIZE! · IEAUTIFUL QUALITY! · HURRY for THESI! 1.00. ONE BIG GROUP! COOL DRESSY SANDALS · LOTS OF COLORS! · NOT ALL SIZES! NOT ALL STYLES! 3.98 SPECIAL BUY! RAYON KNIT GOWNS · DAINTY TRIMS! ·TRICOT KNITS! ·SIZES S-M-L-XL! 1.00 ENTIRE STOCK! CHILDREN'S SUMMER SANDALS ·MOST ALL sizes; · NOT ALL STYLES! ·WHITE ft COLORS! · HURRY! HURRY! 2.44 FOR MEN! POLO SHIRTS · LOTS OF STYLES! · WHITE, COLORS! · SIZES S-M-L! 98' EXTRA! MEN'S ARMY TWILL PANTS · KHAKI OR GREY! · SANFORIZED! · ZIPPER FLY! · SIZES 29" TO 42"! 2.98 TREMENDOUS VALUE! 39 ONLY SUMMER SUITS · MANUFACTURER'S CLOSEOUTS! · SHORTS -- REGULARS -- LONGS! · MOST ALL SIZES! HURRY! · NEW STYLES! NEW PATTERNS! 19.88 ONE IIG GROUP! SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS ·COOL COMFORT! ·SIZES S-M-L! 1.49 run ALTOA

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