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. i*tt CMaTi CMartt Bntral KifM i The urual Friday Xtriral Nighi will cot b* txli at Cbrlal'i Churcji this wa»k. beeaua* of confiictir.g attiviti** OB the Fourth. It w:!l be resumed the following week, ·»:·_?! ts* rriiujc projram under th* di- Todoy's Market- «MS KATHUIN DOZJOI mniiiaBiimmcnifHtiiiiiiiiiiMiiMnii.iniii.,,1 · Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Nlvai Reserve Electronic C'irr.panjr J-? Dri;!. £*»·.£ E..1 MKa Sigrr.a, ilj;r. KintaW. 7 50 X»;.,"» Alj.Ka Ph:. 45 £»i: Rvx £·/·· · V: f'«I Volunteer Air Forre Rt:ve Trsir.i.'.i Afrr.y Rwirve. !I2 : i V.v-it Cr.'.c.-. 1 y: A»lon R.'.-crier :.*t-r-. Conr«rt Hs.:. ?. Thursday . . . D«e Get, C'.'jb, Jar.'Ke Phillips i:?,o, Cw.'!«T.. i''.-'. -la!:.«n A u » . i i a r y , Lfjion H:j|, 7:; Inform,*! Dance, C«M!!ry Cluo. 'i Upsets Mork I Floy In FCC Golf Tourney D. Personals Mr ar.^Mn H. R. Cawan art eit in Si. L/-AIJJ. Petwtia Carte* Clrt Tr.e J'j.'y rr.»*?.-r;it of th« Pe~ fjr.ia Girden Club has been can- Tr.t n*»t meeting of the club wil! a* heM on the f:nt Wednesday in August. ..^i?" 01 "- 11 -.-..~. i..-,«-.- CSDA-Hop 6,SX). active; barrow: and ajits mostly 25 to 35 h:jhf than Tuesday's average, ipo-j ua . more; scwj neady to 25 higrar- · bullc choic* "0-230 Irs t, rt /j~^ i ai lo pjde « 15-75: leversi'iaad' choice .V«. ar,i 2 around Jf/0-. «~.-iina .i!?»^A^si b ^s ·?»/'. u ^ ~-- -- : !M full width o! fho,r. ^ a -= 'V s *'·' ^"Ests are s.=:ec .'c Nrjvy PncutiifS ,JtnM Im The anc-sl Fourth c? July Go:; P'-A Sf.-.s'e co.?:---".e-e charjed t'-day thit O'.ver. Li::..-.-.-e his beer, 'a COMCIOUS . ar.:;^la-.e ir.j',-. o-'the Soviet a: the Fayette-.-.lle ccr.?pirar;;" a n d recommended C.'jb into the perjury proceedings sgainst him ro'-r-.d iiiT wit;-, a sr ..i J C ;-.T p. D a v jej, Jr., a state iejar.~er.: official. rerxirt of the Senate . . Sw. i! rr/^f'.is a fxpecterl to re- tod*/ after sjKr.dir.g the past v. .-. ·A'aihir.gtor:. D. C . ·KK'K and Mr(. J. W. Fulbnght. Births 1 Funeral services .for Andrew JacXson Huddleston, M, retired farmer from the Habberton community, who died Sunday afternoon at bin home in Springdale will be conducted tomorrow after-' r.oon a'. 2 n'cl4«rk by the Rev. W. F Cfxiley at Round Mountain. Burial will be at Hound Mountain under the direction of Nelson'a Funeral Home. · Mrs. V,' G. Vr'wXv.-ard ar-d son. B;':iie VcCrea, of Joplin. Mo, are 8L-»«ts o.' he: brother jrsd iij:er- in- ia-*-, Mr. and Mrs. llerben La.'.'ier. Mr. a«4 Mrs. Jiliu Smrth Mr. arid Mrs Julius Srr.ith of Klisrj anno-jnce the birth, of a daughter July t, at the City Hoj- piul. » the of a match and h-s i J5.W: boars ·O.iid-il.Wi. fe-*- !3S.'' ; CifJ, !.8«; calve* 600; trading: betwe-i ;o.d Bd · J O * - : Jew Z »-/i fleers 28.50-:3.w.- vo ,... . ;'.Cl T - -- . acout «t*ady; high choice a.-.d-'* " c -°- e - ^ r ---- prmie mixed yeariir.gj 33 M- b'd- dirig uneyeolT !o-*er on of.' Garden Club Meets With Mrs. Stallcup iS.R.T. Program | Opens Here For i Extension Workers Mr. aa* Mn. EBCCW B*;«atn . · Mr. and Mrs. Zua»r.e Boydjton ». ^ ; Ma* A Yi,r *· r,i!». T.,.. i 9 ' Sjiruigdaie announce the birth »ni cuwr. bulls !5r/,-:9.M; .arr-;^ A h«-;^.5, Lr *a l « ' H TM« W '· "· *· Coun;lo spend a veefc with his brother-1 T "^I 1111 '- ir.-la-v tr.d iliter, Mr. a:«l Mrs.:. Royce L*rjfcr(i. Washlnulon-OPi-Som* day it may br: possible to replace a dis- eas»d l u n g v/ith a healthy spare, I two researchers for the Navy said ^'^^^^^!':H^''^J^\,^^ ·;"-" ."-T.r'back Salisbury, Eng!and-MP-A R n v a l | "'o'L-rlblng pioneering experi- '1 V,v"ca-r^f ard P "t r , ,'j-?«- ? ^ Roy V, ooc. Gu=*n snares Air Force fightc-r-bombcr ,. u i ,, ! rnonlH with iung transplants in T R ",Vm-^"l. n -;:,^. s ._ !2 n 0 ;-'v e i»« llor » rc! *. «··:=« ·"* flaming path through M mall ! "°* a . llr - WIUor'/B. Neptune and Wiijon. M far, :« the dark, ,- ,,,, ,,..,,, ; . sa h «se of the He ousted pre- corn-T.M-cial ar.d be!o»-; CO-A·= im- i tcjrr.ey iavcr::e E:;:J Boran i.i A . - . * , . . . J . . T _ _ 1 . -- . · " - · * ! . . . . . TM Plane Falls In England Striking 14 Houses i May Be Made Possible co.T,rr,?rr;sl zo.OO-"«00 : " «--" ,Tn -k ^ / x vL « :r -'' n Ci2r -'- houses in a crash on the outskirts '· '!'; '."·"";» .''· '"'"^ reported an,d the detendmj champion Gar- of Salisbury today The plane's I "'"' lhp ' 1 '' ""'"" """' « round s ^ ISM "Jug" Wheeler. two oreunant, u^'un.;. -ncour,-, K( .,nfnt. I Dr. r'li;ir!f'B I', Hjtiiey reported ers l.ftO higher; good and choice 2« 00-32.00; io.--.ed prirr.e to 34 00- j utility and corr.mercia! vealers * r ,^ Demeter Garden Club rnei laat night at the home of Or and Mfs. (5. T. Stalkup on Virginia SUeet. FoHowiRg the busmen m*«ing Mr:. Irene Stejrnt gave a demonstrstl.or. on coriag. roak-. .,,,.,,. ,,,,, wg ,-ncJuded df! Of the flower arrangements PIKTIC, Rico .-..«. .^u., .*j ftw ^^;. im viu[ju«y ii-^tt j j i. - !hree-v.-tefc refresher evening for St. Louij where she i ' ' Sau * n * a g r i c u l t u r a l ntenilon will vi-.t for t-j.o ^-e«lu v/ith her Coun 'y Horpita!. this A iperial course in -,. .- mf.hfjdi opened the University ., ..-workers from 24 itates and .-., f o r e i g n ciuntrifu represented. Ficgisiralior, eonrfuctc-d In ari- Mrs. Bob Ixjgiden left Monday morning at farr.ily and exteniiop.. before l!r Logider.. Br. W, B. Stiles lhat of h«r husband,i to Kansas City to join i *' tisoeitt di Mn. AnllM*7 i. retsmkrl Mr. and Mn. Anthony J. p e l- mieri of West Fork announce the birth of a son July J, at the "Jug" Wheeler. In the first flight Eirl Williarr-s is to play Kerb Lewis, Jr., sr.d la Jde 1» slliam prime spring lambs 25 to 50 high- Herb Lr.vU, Sr. It was considered announce tr.e, er; lower grade steady to 50 quite possible that both Lewises July 2, at the jugher^than^Tueiday^no^ change ». ou! i rca! - h e f i n a l s iam^. ,.*,,");-- '__ J ,' ... C J^'· Wallace Wester, with a victory over L. L- Browne, became the two occupants were killed. LSAVE..BUY 1M TabMs 49C top 29.00 for 1 sprinkling w i t h ' Counly «tv«d ... Mix plac' W. fttdnbiuH«T \iimi «TJ u i n u . me lourtri y^ar inat the u n i v r r - i The hostess served a fruit plat- £ j[y nll b^n host to the Southern ! .,.i ,,w,,i.. ,,,,*.., m ,,un (...i- j,[y nll rtrrn nost to me souinern j ,, ,., ,,. . Ut with cookies and lemonade . Regional Training Program. Sim-i «, MK TM i? r " nc f , * Ind Mi * _ aftar th* mMting. The next m«*t- i] 3r schools fre conducted in New I , r P*." """J 1 , 1 ? le , ft '"' « v e n l ni in» will be July 22, with Mrs ·: y or ),. Wisconsin, and Colorado, i'" dr '" to Ytllville. where they O. W. Steinbrugge. i Counts are offered in develop.. f"tl dcd ». b TM tk .'»* t this morning Address , For Everybody In Albuquerque some others heH st the price"; '' rs * Iran * n t ' ne D urney to gsin early bulk good to prime o f f t - - ' a - iEal berth. He will plsy the ings 27.5-0-29.00; scattered sales winner of a match between J. D.' lu;s desirable kind 25.00-27.00; Edrr.iston ar.d Bill ASair ' cull throwouts mostly 15.00-16.00 to packers; btct kir.d 17.00-18.00 to feeder buyers; cull g o o d W A N T E D CHERRY PICKERS Apply at Ihi Palli July Hth. Compmutlon: i Good GoTtrnrnmt Polilicil advcrtlwmcnt pild for by Cherry for Governor Committee. FayelteviUe. Ark*na«j. slaughter ewes 4.50-6.50. Massachusetts Prison Riot 1 Ends In Hurry Mine Closing Bill I Comes Before House Ytung Mothers' Club His Regular Meeting fc"h» Young Mothers' Club met Tiawday trening j t H h t home of Mn. Juanlta Henbest. Tht meet-' Inf uperied with the group repeat- · For Mr lot the Mrd Psalm. Mrs Vivian r O r * ll *' N»»l wcai the mystery package and Washington - IVPi - A - , . . . ^,----TT -- - · · · - ' " h ? no r °' F " nlt p »«. J "-., _,.,. _. -,. G i f t ShOWCr GlVCn The appointment w a j j h e r e , eliminated names there The man. The instructors and rasrds : '-ion. LeMON CLARK, M.D. .ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE TV THE DOCTORS' BUILDING 241 W. SPRING STREET FAYETTEVILLE GYNECOLOGY BT Appoinunent SURGERY OBSTETRICS Office 30ZI "· : Bei. 417 [ Xn. Onevirve Gayer received a I M " " l! fienhrook, who Is W*thi!T fift from frfcnd her : . j . t - KI'-·»-· at the 1,'nivprsity "secret"-niovins today to her nc-A h o m e : S n e ,, , h , l a u g h t e r ' ol |,n rarmrngton, v,». gues^of honor, Mrr Loyc , M £ cnc ^ effective yesterday. Mrs. Parsons!plan'wen'i"into effecTtodav" attended Warrl Bclmont »nd r e - ' -- , ccr.ed her B.v.hdor o, Arts --' A r k o n | a n $ N|med J,, ·CTia. j iri r ,11 uiiiiftrm, \,nt (ucci ui nuir^i Th« n«* mMUng of the club ! Monday afternoon at a gift sho*cr wfll b» July 22, it the; home of and party »t the home of Mrs.! 1851. Dr. and Republican Committees : , Evant. S Swimming Meet Slated For Country Club A nrimmlng me»t rs scheduled ,v, r nnfl , Si* i .^E?'.£ l "l ) ., r 'Jl*»' " liv«d on Mt .... W. Polly. , i Guests were Mrs. Ixiis Van J ICicve, Mrs. Joe Gregg, Mrs. lloiea I Kincher, Mrs. Homer Frv, Mrs. I j the prisoners filed out oi the bar- Talks IB Recesa | ricaded store house. , Munsan, Korea-The snarled ·Korean armistice talks are in re; cess for 24 hours at Communist [ request. The Reds gave no reason ; for asking cancellation of today's j Little Rock-uPj-The Arkans55 Chicaeo-W-Two delegates from i 5'. b " c . S , chfnl f u n d r ««'vcd Sl.- irkan«a. u.-cr. rt.i.n.rf «».i.,j,,. i oZ4.Sn from state revenues col- P,u. Ilccrwagen. Sr.. returned I ^^^^^^^ \ 624.577 from" i,V re^u^ col- ; ,-esterdav·from Little Rock where |to subcommittees of the" Nationa'l '' cted in Jun5 ' state Treasurer J. : je attended funeral services for I convention's Resolutions Commit- ' / an , ct ^ayion said yesterday that j lOnn A. Jinerrill. Hlc «nn TSiM · »-- ...I-:_L _ . _ : i , . _ ? . _ .t . . . ' I n t a l rnllivfinnc In -Tnn*i arnnnnlK^ I session, but the U. X. command immediately agreed. John A. Sherriil. His son Bill ,, -- y- -- . " t e e , which will v.-rite the party's Heerwagen, cam» with him to re- j platform i turn to Little Rock with his i Mrs. Lloyd T. Bailey of Hot! Springs, Sixth District Oils Baker. Mrs. Walter Franks, Mr«, Glen Kennedy snd Mrs. Nora M r . ' nnrl Mrs. Btnbrook have ! v i'J"nf here with her grandpar- wa total collections in June amounted to »«.954,540. Ksei *r with the Ttnm 4»l». RED CROSS DRUG North Sid« Square Phon«490 , oc w « |dau«hter Sherrill. who has been Sequnyah since he i cn '*' to participate. A eaih phi* will b« awarded for th» v/lnn*r of the m«*t, and blue, red and white rib- born for In* fliviiioni will alao be · warded. Divisions w!H lixW* tin Aui- tralian crawl «« for |»y» ami «irl»; frw ityl« rac- for nth and raring back stroke racf-tor e«ch; b*st forms of ilrle itrnkr. brnit atroke and back itroM; dlrrng contest, jack knife, twan, baek, one and one-half, and other forms Life guard, Bob Warren, will Judge. Water Company. 23 years 3jo. Pyeat! President Of The Emcee Club J. J. Pvealt was elected president at thf Chamber of Commerce tmtct club last night. He will tvcntd Htydon Lvwls as presl- ctent. Othtr officers are: Kirk Hale, vice president; Clint Walden. secretary, and Wesley J. Gordon, social chairman. Officers will serve for a three months period. DENNIS THI MENACE ly Kctcham delegate, appointed to the Taxation .and Montary Policy- Subcommit- j te*. Osro Cobb of Little Rock, a Arch Cloud will , delegate at large, v.-as named to two weeks! the Foreign Policy Subcommittee. Mr. anrl Mr- leave tomorro-.v for ,, .,,,, ,,,,,,,, vacation in Kansas and Missouri , S£'!r,S^^^ KH ^75 vfistei h ,j ii! U h %^rj.c fqr u o s %£V^^ fc»s^srj-g sag? vislterl in El Dorado, Kan.. Kansas City, Mo., and In Warrensburg, Mo. measures against and members. party leaders Announcements All-Day Service and ftliging, | Devil's Den There will be an all-day service and singing at Devil's Den State Park, J u l y 20. The public is invited and is asked to bring a basket lunch. Singing At CalTarr The Victory Singers of Northwest Arkansas will mt*t next Sunday at 2 p.m., with the Calvary Baptist Church on the corner ot West and Maple Streets. Many singers and quartets from over this section will attend. Everyone Is invited. ----- ---.u, . -.-· -=^ KDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS WASTE . , . M dkii.w «,., ta ;« u .10": *w» a kldittr rtncilon. Dotlon ur fni fMw tujction I* »rrj impOTI.ot u r»l hwlth. Wbrniomc«v«rT(Urennditfoa luch u Urm ind .trim. utMi Uik Im-nrUM Junttlonloik.*,.i,,miii/t ( )lln ,fc rnw . tint tKkKk^f,.! mlMnHi. Minor tin. *n Irrlutlm 4» lo cold or *roni tin air HUMnttlliupmltbUorfmi r)«« I »tbct Tour kld»n if tMtt c llcnu totlw 7 em. Trr Do««'» FU1»-. dl«r«lt. UH nmMhillr br 0'vrSOrMn. It I ·niilni bow t MI M4. CM DOU'I 41 E. CENTER Phoni 21 Open Saturday Nights Till 8 p.m. VACATION NEEDS FOR THE FAMILY Limited time only! Tussy Fragrance Trio ·II three for only »].25 A different scent for your different moods! sunbonnet linens 3.00 (, ao shod/, «o flotlaring. Our lunihodei in fraih lirnns lo w»or wilh oil your summer clolhtt, brims, on« with stmi-opin crown, th« othtr covar- )r*vr curls. Whlt», navy, block, colfe*, grttn, yallow A triple mloap* valne! imn different acents; a whole fragrant colltriinn... for what yon anight pay for a (ingle bottlcl HICM haMms Tnwr tn^nmtn make am h an attrartiv(-lookin| trio, you'll want lo |iv« tlw act M a fifi too. RED CROSS DRUG ftfc SMt S.]iMrt PtMM 4fO COOL WASHABLE SEPARATES r-« 98c .v* 1.98 CombW cotton T-Shirh In slrlpas, totidv O«w , vtMtks. Smart with oN ploy-logs. Al siits. OD NMtly tailored Shorn in practical d«*m and t^fc. Lt SMMT »h«««. Jiiw 12 M 20. COLORFUL NOVELTY PRINTS I Ofl Auoited 1.7 O All men's sfies Tailored for smart cppeoronc* ond comforlabl* fU. Smooth rayon acetotet in handiom* floral, tribal or modern pattern!. All have short sleevei, chest Docketii all art hond-waihable. See theM ihirti now. GIRLS' LEATHER CAMP MOCS Vou'll tuptriMc* ntw taot COM In HWM tmort. lookino Moo, Thty'r. idtol for worm nio, ovfinji, Dw baoch, etc, M«da wHh

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