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Society, ', July 7, ItM TEXAS Hit HARD BY POLIO MIS. KATHUiN DOZJM ·MIHNHHMNMMHHIIIMllllllllllllllliiiiliillillllllilillllHlinilllllllllllllMllllli '-· · Daily Calendar of Events · · Tonight . . . . HI Si Club, Cluijroom. 7 . Fanrungton Lodge, Karminfton Masnnir- H a M , 7;30 · Washington Lods-t One. M a t n i i i r H a i l . 7 :ii ' Faettevillf Dlslrlc! Nursrs, County |lr.«;u!al, 7:iO. '. Fayetteville L«ij.e 740, Masonic Hall, 8 i Tuesday . . . · CtDta Club, Ferguson's, 12 · Krtfanis CJub, Washington Hotel, 12 Xeti Tan Alpha Alumnae, Mrs, Charles Stone. 2:30 . Sub Deb Club. Sug Gate, 7 . Order of Rainbow for Girls, Masonic Hall. 7 ' Bavai Reserve Composite Unit, Eason Building. 7 · -JMtn Military Government Group, 1124 West Center 7-30 ·" P, A.V., Letrion Hut, 7:30 : X. F. W. Auxiliary, Civic Clubroorn, 7:30 '- Ijftebekah Lod»e, IOOf Hall, 8 Walnut Grove Clubs was received by Miss Jannie Templeton. Joint Meeting i Canadian Guests Mrs. Jack Hamblen was hostess ; Entertained At 1o the Missionary *nd Home Dem- r\* · onstration clubs, Thursday after- ! tlClUC noon in the Memorial Clubrooms. ; The group donated J1I.50, to be- Mr! E'i*«beth Woolson of the i , FISIT POLIO PATIINT received at the Sifter Kenny Institute tt Jersey fiven to i local family. Projects '· Min ""' Springs Community, e n - j j City, N. J., medical ctnlerli H-fnonlh-old Pitrlcia Ann Maloney (held ·nd magazine* for the home de- i " n * lnf) w ' lh · P'mic at her partment of the Sunday School j hon * TM"y "'*"'· v;lth »PPTMxi- were discimed. A r«ir Commit- ; mit * ly *° " 1ulls a n d 23 Children t« w« tppointed as Mrs. M a x ' P r e K n t - -by her mother), daughter of Auiatant District Attorney John P. .loney of San Antonio, Tex. Th» ·outliern iUt hu been hard bit ty polio In the p?st few \veck«. (International Boundpitolo] Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Mayptte. will meet tomorrov; st the home Tate, Mrs. Loyd Rouse, and Mrs. ; Following a supper of fried pf Rnute four.' announce 'the birth ,,, ,,,, rh . , _, Jack Hamblen, i chicken, salad, pie, cake, coffee of a son. Kit-hard, June 30, a t ; E ' charles stonc - 20 ° w « The Missionary program includ- and lemonade, a musical program | Camp Chaf/ec, ' -Lafayette Street, a^ 2:30 p.m. «d a thumbnail sketch of the Book S"«c presented. Special numbers ' of AcU by Mrs. Ms* Tate: a poem, i included piano duew by Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Parker Rushing G«Menrod Club "Little Toti." by Mrs. Mac Ham-'M""'- Theodore Gray of London, spent the holidays m Cassville blen: an article on "The Christian Ontario, Canada, v.'ho are guests ; Mo., and at Roaring River State . . ·" ". Way to World Peace." by Mrs. : "' Mrs. Woolson this week: songs · P a i k . "i!h Mr. and Mrs. Perry lenamptl James Dennis: « discussion o n . D - v · froup of children; a solo, "Christian Education." by Mrs. A. ! " st Louis Blues." by Mrs. Bernice A. Hamblen. " ! Crawford; music by Sam Hale. The H. D. program carried out ' Congregational mu.Mc was le:i patriotic theme. Mrs. Max Tate by Mr! - D - vca Dariinc and Mrs The Goldenrod Club will be en- t a luncheon to be Rushing and children of Cassvilic. Kivtn by Mrs. Jrel Sr.iith at her home Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. be Mrs. Leo Mr? Rora Pa.«arelli. her son Co-hostesses v.-ill Mis. Margaret' 'reilerick and Mrs. Christine Irwin. Coftey h a v f - returned from a t r i p dl»cus«fd "Improving our mail ; tht cv(nl "f!- boxes." and gave a h a n d i c r a f t ' l h e P i l n o demonstration. Mrs. Clyde Newell ! A discussed "What's Your Rating as · Citiien?" Mrs. A. A. Hamblen demonstrated proper ways to dls- pltr the American flag, and Mrs. Virginia Foults gave a poem, "Ynur ring and Mine." Mn. Loyd Roua* read i prayer entitled "My Son In th«Servlce." RefrahmTnts and table decorations carried out the patriotic tlwmt In observance of Independ- «nc« Day. The mystery package Lindsay, accompanied nt . l ? Vl " v York cit - v . a n d Toronto, Mrs. Ted Gray. display concluded Mr. I. W. Stamps Is ill in the County Hospital. Canada. Mire Carol Cnlc. d a u g h t e r of Mr. and Mis. Walter Cole, left \-r-5tfrnny for Memphis, Tenn., w h e i c flic v.-ill visit Miss Linda Lambci'. for two ^ecks. , Miss Marge Joyner has returned ! Stafe"c'i5ei'p ln '\v 1 522L /ir.J h A.. c| y.."«?«''-ih!,' t doc t iora.c : 1 Wl Herrold llcarilry plans to leave F r i d a y fur Ucn'.un, Texas, where : · he will altc-nd the Isst FI\ weeks j summer session at North Texas hile working on where she has been a patient for the past in days. DINNIS THE MENACE Ketchotn Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marinoni and c h i l r i r f n loft v ^ j t c r d a y for Tuisa. Oklr,.. lo at!c:Tl a reunion of M r r . Mani:nni's f a m i l v at :hc home of ; hrr p:""r.'.s, M i . and Mrs. Pat I O'Connor. Guc.-ts thi.i u-crkcntl in tho , hwiic of Mr. and Mrs. S A. M a x - ·· -.vi-11. were the Hov. H. T. I.ane i »»:! Mr. ;,rid Mrj. I.PC Parker ,-ind ; chil'iren. all r.f K i n R s I m i . A i k . . \ Mr. and M r . Frank Maxwell and | s'inr. and Mr. and .Mis. A. L. ' Stovrr. M i 5 . W.-nd A. C'nlnman and c h u - l r r - n . S h - i r y J a n e and Doua- lay. hrtvo i(.':urne.'i to t h r - i r home in Sfjii Ai.l'jrii.-i. Tcx.i?. after bc- inc h(-r(- w i t h Mr5. Cnk-n-.an's ?is- b'M-n a jK.;.iT:l l;i-ro ,-,: tho C i t v Hn|iit,-il. :.r.d -.i-ith her mother, .Mrs. Dl.-.nchf .loyner. Mr. sir! M i « . A D. A y k i n ? nf Minn,: Yrrn'.:i. f ) h i o . arc- vm .... in the l;o::if nf MIT. A«l;in's r i o t e r , Mrs. II. I! lii-uiibciii. D i n n e r ci:cslr, Krh-i.'iy a; :h" R r o n j o n home were: the Asking M r f . D X. MrCormick of I ' r a i n e flroic. Mr. and Mrs. Krnno.th MrC'nrmirk and (laufih- trrs. Botty. K o n n a i r a n , nnrl Karen Kay of S.ilh--:i-.v. Okla.. Mrs. C. A. Rrov.-n. Sr. Mrs Jack S-.'x?»n and funs. I'.u-l iy and Hilly, both o( Announcements Zeta Tau Alpha Alumnae Tho /.o::i T.-ni Alpha Aj'imnae OH, DOCTOR!-Dr. Virginia lioyujieff, above, of Reading, Pa., has beon chosen as the "licst-Looking Doctor in the United Stales." by the National Chiropractic Association, Doctor BoydjiefTs winning smile has been soothing patients for 'eight years. the FORD TRACTOR has the PROOF- METER few ihwrftrt* ff«tMtf M f irery New M TrtKltr BUY OH HOOf /Mftfef ·/ fr»miiei! Why gattt about traciof performance-- or/or, you buy W ffltr you buy? Now g\ie»swork ii no longer ncccunry! Tbt Dtw Ford Tractor Proof-Meier shows ftrformmct, tfwitiK) and rcannmy right before your cyci on the il»hbnarl. li w i l l Hy you to tec this Proof -Meter-- TODAY! OnlyinciordTriaorhtiii! HAILEY SALES CO. We Pay for This . . . When the parties involved have had the forethought to let us protect them with proper insurance. Home owners, motorists, businessmen-all take a supreme risk when they live from day to day in the hope that "nothing will happen." Let US take the riskl Call now for details. Wt on glad to help you solve all your Insurance Problems Renner Company, Inc. ''Insurance of All Kinds" PMfff 71 fhc.ie 1M9 VIET NAM ENVOV-Trnn Van K h a , lnt nmuasmidur tn the l.'nltod Sistrj f r l , m Viol N»m Is ilic-sjcd in (i t r a c l M i n m i l couum* nf Ins rminiry i« he ralli at the n l i l l e lloiue lo present his credentials iu 1'reudent Truman, J f Phone 236 DtyMrik Changes tviefs Obituary WoscoM'-i'/Ti-The ret-a!] of the Soviet I'nior.'s long-'inie anibas- , sador to Romania and his replacement by the man v.-ho h a s . been ambassador to Czechoslovakia were announced here today. Anatoly I. Lavremiev. 43. a career diploma: and one nf the most important men in the Soviet diplomatic CCTPS, has been named to: !h* Romanian post, succeeding Serge Ka-.'tsradze, who held the iob fiir.ce 1946. Jn Lavrentiev's place in Prague Ihe .Soviet Union has named Alexander V. Bogomolov, long a c:p- . lomat, \vho served as envoy to t h e ' Czech exile g o v e r n m e n t :n London during the war. Orvilfc O. Graham Funeral sen-ires for Orville O. Graham, whn ciiod J u l y 2, were conducted at 10 a m. Saturday at the Buckner Church by the Rev. . Ed Counts with burial in t h e Combs Chapel cemetery under t h n direction of Nelson's Funeral Home. Pallbearers were Dan Mvors, John ilinkle, Oiin Hall, Bahard Drake, rfillsrd Drake, and Kenneth Caudle. Center. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Cronn, he was born in Kensington, Kan., January 26, 1920. He moved to Springdale with his family | : from Fayetteville two years ago ' and was a member of the First Christian Church here. | He is survived hy his parents; I his wife, Annabel Clark Cronn; j one son, TJonald; one daughter, Saundra Sue; and one step-daugh- , tcr Sharlyn Holtzcndorff, all of , the home; three sisters, Mrs. John C. Moher of Tuisa, Mrs. Marvin 1 Campbell of Sonoma. Calif., Mrs. ^rmqnd Kirschbaun of Anchorage Alaska. son, Charles Fost*r, Travis Vi] lianes, and- I. Hamilton, Coffee planti jrow wild In Ethi op it. Most elephants nitiTt to Ceylon . do not have tusks. Binhs Mr. and Mn. Floyd Hodm, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hodges, Jr., of Fayetteville. announce the* birth ; of a son, July 5, at the County : Hospital, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pinkler Mr. and Airs. Albert Pinkl'ey ,,. Sprinjdale, announce the birth o f . a son, July 6, at the County Hospital. Mr. art Mn. Tnonui J. Davis · Colsi * R o u e h Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Jefferson Davii of Springdale, announce the birth of a son, July 5, st the County Hospital. Mn. Cera Alice Hughes Funeral sen-ices for Mrs. Cora Alice- Hughes, who died Juiy 2 at the City Hospital, were conducted Saturday at 4 p. n-,. at Vol.-nn's Funeral Home chapel hy the Rev. John Abcll. Burial was in the Fain-Jew cemetery. Pallbearers v.-ere: Eajjle Cascv, George Holenmb. Davis Hicharri- son. D. T. Bovd of Joplin, Mo., W C. Whitficld, Dr. L. B. Hamm. Dean T. D. Nichols, and Dean Virgil Adkisson. Honorary pallbearers v . ' e r r - r I.eland Bryan, Dr. V.'. J. Baorp. Fred Raedels, A. P. Eason. Dr. Harry Strausy, M. W. Mr-Roy. John T. Curry, and F. A. Humphries. Mr. antf Mn. June* T. Forbe» Mr. and Mrs. James Theodore Forbes of Fayetteville, announce the birth of a son, July 5, at the County Hospital. Mr. ui Mr«. Everett Paul C«t« '. Mr. and Mrs. Evere'.t Paul Cate ' Fayetteville, announce the I birth of a daughter, July 6, at the ' County Hospital. j ; Funeral .sen-ices for Cassie Rauch. garage ov.-ner who died July 3. were conducted at 1:30 p. m. Saturday hy the Rev. Fred Huckelbury at the Nelson's Funeral Home chapel. Burial was in the Evergreen cemetery. Pallbearers were Leslie Hickman. Selmar Morris. Gabe Cooper, Richard Bentley. Charlie Cole, Jack Walker. John Baird, Lvlc Allen. Ralph Dowell, and J/L. Csrnev. Mill Imogen* Crutcher ; Springdale - (Special) - Miss. · Imosene Crutcher. SI, d a u e h t e r i ; of Mrs. and the late Dr. W. J. i 1 Crutcher of Springdale. died yes- j : terday morning in the City Hos- I pital in Fayetteville. I She was born January 31, 190! i at Chapell Hill. Tenn. She attend- j ; ed the University of Arkansas, the J I Universitv of Iowa, and Colorado j A. and M. College. Miss Crutcher ; had taught home economics in ! various schools in Arkansas in- i eluding Springdale. She retired' .' 15 years ago. She made her home j ' with her mother on West Emma ' Avenue and was a member of the i i First Baptist Church here. i She is survived by her mother: ! one brother. William J. of San i Jnse. Calif.; four sisters, Mrs. August Ruebhausen of Kansas City, Mo.. Mrs. W i n i f r e d ! Buskirk. and Mrs. W. I. Johnson, i both of Albuquerque. N. M.. and j Mrs. Scott Watts of Long Beach i Calif. j j Funeral services will be con- ! : ducted at 10 a. m. tomorrow at | the Callison-Sisco Funeral Home by the Rev. William H. Ludwig. | : Burial will be in the Bluff Ceme- ·' . tery. j IVY-DRY STOPS ITCHING ·nd quickly, pntfj, «*K| drm up Wnttn cl POISON IVY oak of swine. At draw** (9c Hear Better B U Y W I S E L Y ! f 1 - Wfwi bvymg a NHTMO AM look for fhii Acc«pfmc« S*o, ·f fr* Amtfkon Mwfrtof Aswctaf JM Covncrl on M f i*cof Mtdcifi* A*k yovr Phyticiml Thii MlwtiMBnt k Wiff run H ft Htvic* to Qm lurdK)f-hwriiif by IU ukm ofhicb-qinlity, 1 9 I Mr. and Mn. F. B. Kearney Mr. and Mrs. Frederick B. Kearney of Fayetteviile. announce the birth of a son, July 7, at the 'ounty Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Bennle Gabbard Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Gabbard of Fayetteviiie, announce the birth of a daughter, July 6, at the City Hospital. A«*erttM ta Ike TOUT*--« Mn. Cleo Carllpn Cronn i Springdale - f S p r r i a l l -Funeral : services for CIco Carlton Cronn, 32. Jones Truck Line claim arent 'who died in the City Hospital iL Fayetteville Saturday after an i l l ness of one month, were conducted at 10 a. m. today at the Callison-Sisco chapel by the Rev. I. J. Kcrrick. There wiil be a second service at 1:30 p. m . tome-row at the Simmon-OHf chapel in Smith Center. Kan . with the Rev. Mr. McDonald officiating. Burial w be in the Myers cemetery in Smith ' Eph Martin Foster Funeral services (or Eph Mar-' tin Foster. 15, son of Eph a n d ; the late Mary Honsinger Foster^ of Prairie Grove, were conducted, at 3 p. m., Snturday at the Wat. son Mortuary by the Rev. Dr. Walter T,. Johnson. 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