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July 9, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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NMTHWIST AWANf AS TIMK. Joint Conference . To Be Held On Mt. Sequoyah This week on Ml. Sequoyah the School or Missions and Christian Service Conference opened, ex- lending from July 8 to the 15. This conference is sponsored by the Woman's Society of Christian Son-ice of the south central juris- riiction of the Methodist Church. The Wesleyan Service Guild will join with them in a weekend conference, extending from July 11 to 13. The theme for the conference is "Proclaim The Good News" with Dr. Cautious A. Choale serving as dean. About 400 people are expected for The School of Missions and Christian Conference, with about 300 more expected over the ·weekend for the Wesleyan Service Guild Conference. The jurisdictional officers for the Woman's Society of Christian Service are: president, Mrs. C. A. Barr; vice president, Mrs. Harold Soulen; recording secretary, Mrs. C. T. Srhocdel; treasurer, Mrs. H. K. Wernes; secretary of foreign work, Mrs. Joe T. Rogers; Secretary of home work, Mrs. K H. Farmer; secretary of Christ i a n social relations and local church activities. Mrs. J. Russell Henderson: secretary of promotion, Mrs. Sam T. Evans; secretary of education, Mrs. G. W. Dameron; Secretary of Wesleyan Service Guild, Mrs. Alrna Rilcy; secretary of student work. Mrs. J. N. R. Score; secretary of youth work. Mrs. O. Ray Cook; secretary O f children's work. Mrs. Neill Hart; Secretary of literature and publications, Mrs. R. H. Cook; secretary of missionary personnel. Mrs. J. B. Pollard; secretary of spiritual life cultivation. Mrs. C. A. Bickley; secretary of the status of women, Mrs. Virjjil Walker; secretary of supplies, Mrs. Clyde Bar- i ton. I Personals Miss Margaret Lahay and Miss Mrs. Glenn Ricketts. Mr. and Mrs. Joel Carlson and daughter, Judy, of Tulsa. Okla., have returned home after spend- , Jrfy 9, Shniid ii leider. TW Majora Carey of Muskosee, Ok!;... | inf[ the holiday weekend here have been guests week of Mrs. Jeter Morse, io Souin Duncan Avcnut. '.vilh Mr. Carlson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Carbon. Miss Ha/.el Kelly and hci Miss Ha/.el Kellv and her Leaving Saturday evening, Mr. | mother. Mrs. A. M. Kelly, returned rid Mrs. Jeff Duty went as far Mnnrfa*. fr ( l m ("h.^TM in ,,.!,«..* B»y" The Whitehoaded Boy" opens [tonight at the University Theater,! ; continuing through Saturday. Kavh I performance will begin at 8 o'- ! I clock. The theater box office will I ; i - M - - - I each n.'tcrnoon and on .Saturday morning. . - . C o v i n g o a l u i u a j c i n i i i i g t , n i l . and Mrs. Jeff Duty went as far as St. Louis, Mo., with their son. Davis, who left fro i there for Newark, N. J., and Seeing Eye Monday from Chicago. III., where they spent a week with A. M. Kelly, Jr.. and f a m i l y . Kred and Carol Kelly made the return trip *ii.-viaiK, 11. j., ana seeing r.ye carol Kelly made the return trip Incorporated. Morrislown. N. .1..'with their grandmother and a u n t . vnore he is to receive four weeks | Mrs. Robert ,1. Zembsch of Berkley. Calif., the former Jo Ellen Carlisle, is hera for a visit ·- ' - - Mrs i training preparatory to enrollment f a t the University this fall. I J JMlen Carlisle, is here for a visit I LI. Billy G. Ames of F a v e t l e - i v;itn ncl ' parents. Mr. and Mrs. j v i l l e , is w i t h the "Weekend"War- jJ ; [ ck Carlisle, while her husband j r i o r " Task Force, which took to i i s al fml Eustis. Va. Mrs. Zembsch , t h e sir Monday afternoon headed i aild lhc Carlisle* will leave Fri- for the U. S. Naval Air Siation, iGrosse lie. Mich., where t r a i n i n g I will be received for the next 14 i davs. i day for a few days in Fort Worth, Texas, with relatives. . Jimmy McRoy left Monday a f t - ernoon for a v.-eck in Chicago, _, ,, ., , III., where he will take aptitude ehiinv v ?' Barnm """i'Mts and lessons at the University children. Nelson and Charles, of Chicago. He will then go fo'r were overnight guests recently of a month to the Illinois Musie Ur. and Mrs. Alfred Hathcock. Camp, Champaign-Urban*. The Barnetts were en route to ilhcir home in Batesville. from the international meeting of Kiwanis in Seattle. Wash., and the .luris- Mrs. Wallace W. Dullon of Talonsville. Mel., is visiting here in Seattle. Wash., and the Juris- in the home of her brother and dictional meeting of the Methodist I sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Je- Church in Wichita. Kan. rome McRoy. Drt Walter R. Kearney, Jr.. has joined the staff of the' Veterans Hospital, Dr. Leslie H. Wright, manager, announcer! today. Dr. Kearney, Mrs. Kearney, and two children, came to Fayettevillc from Chicago where he completed residence . training in general surgery. He holds a B.S. degree from the University of Chicago and an M.n. from Loyola University in Chicago, and served his internship at Presbyterian Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Thompson returned Sunday to their home in San Antonio, Texas, after a brief visit here with his sister, Mrs. Earl Bird. Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Thompson, who have been visiting here and in Springdale, were overnight guests last night in the home of I Mrs. Earl Bird on Mt. Nord. Mrs. W. C. Hardy of Southwest City, Mo., is a guest of her son- in-law and daushter. Mr. and Sale All Salts Final No Exchange No Refund Air Conditioned Dresses Slips Blouses Purses Hats Swim Suits ] /4 tO Off I X C I U I I V I I Graver Hughes of the University faculty of the College of Engineering, has joined the engineering staff at the Boeing Airplane Company in Wichita, Kan., for the summer months. Erie Hopkins has returned to Kansas City, Mo., after spending j the weekend here with his son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bird. Mrs. Hopkins will remain for a few days visit. Mett Holtzcn oi Brentwood has , been selected to attend the Ar\ kansas Forestry Camp at Petit Jran State Park, July 14 through 18, representing his local 4-H Club. : Mrs. Emory Gose of Fort Worlh, j Texas is here for a visit of sev- , cral days w i t h her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mri. Hugh K i n - 1 caid. ; Announcements Lritut Of Women V*ien Units of the League of Women Voters will meet tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock, as follows: Unit two. Mr-'. M. C. Kik, 315 West Maple Street, with Mrs. Betty Sciftel as leader; Unit three. Mrs. Everett Ham, 32 Louis Street. Mrs. Ham as leader, and members of Altrusa as guests. Unit one will meet July 17. in the home of Mrs. W. H. Fowler.! ISOn Cleveland, with Mrs. Hirold; summer shoe Clearance · Delmonette · Carmellette · Troy ling Dress Styles Values to $19.95 $085 f Medium and High Hssls Casual Styles · Town Country ·Penaljo · Old Maine Trotter ·Round-About · Arthur Murray Values to $12.95 7 Wedges Medium Heels Flats No Refunds No Exchanges Junior Cirri*. ' C.nltal M.th'odiit Church | Th- Junior Circle of Central i Methodist Church will meet to- · morrow night at 7:30 o'elnek, in ' the home of Janice Rogers. He Will Clean House, General Eisenhower Says Promises To Oust Those Appointed In Wosh:ngton i Chiraco -1.1*1 - r.en. Biviihi n. ' Eilcnt " lw " ''"''"' lrlri ''' v " 1!)t i( hr Ourk Mudhmi The O/.ark Mudhens will meet '"' '"' ' '".'"·' ""* l l l "'· Friday it 7:45 p.m. in the home ls n n r n i "atrrt for president by Ihi of Mrs. Hobart Shackleford, 720' Republican p a r l y he v i l l rl-iin Stone Street. \\' t -..sbine.inn of those in a p p o i n t i v e positions." The general met '.lie Oklahoma : delegation to the Ilrpublican na- j l i n n n ] c o n v e n t i o n f r , r only a · couple of [ M i n u t e s before r u s h i n g j o l f to confer w i t h the Caliloinia j crimp. I In icspnmr to » question. Eisc.n- ; h o u c r :.aul he believed a ficsh ] start was needed in the federal I povenimr-nl in Washington and I t h a t th'ife in a p p o i n t i v e positions ' wi'.ild be rrinoi ed. .StmidniR amid the d c l r c n t l n n | whirl! had eiimc lor hieakfast. K I - . scnhower said he had been at.ked : j frequently whether he v.as n "reali iRrptihlii-an." He tr.iml hir, He- puhlican backsioiind in Kansas and added: "If | had been i n t e r - : C'.leil only as a p o l i t i c i a n there would h a \ e been for more inter- M i i i K place-, lo s t a i t wiih" and ·an racier Job. But lit naiit "I bf- lieic the UcnimTata h;uc got to Iw thrown out." Utnln rnllllol DtliH He leii-r.-itwl lli.il M. OH rd no pnlitii-al debts .uid w a s nut "ham" He sairl. too, he wa-, not ir.akinK any promises of euiinj; every- t h i n g from "poverty to f l a t fret." 1 in t u r n i n TM to t h e California (lele^atlnn, [li.senhnwer \\ as out , for MTinr!-ehii-o '.oiccs in t h r 1 70-i nte croup now pledsetl to : Clov. Karl Warren and also fought I I'y Sen. liobcrt A. Tad. ·· They want lo be fir.-.t in line if nml when Warre-n rrleawi hii (leleiatcs to v o l e for another : cani'irlatr. Warren, whnse o'Mi randiria.rv is keyed In t h e |in:.5ihllity of a Tafl-Ki.enhowc-r deadlor k. nu iled Klwnhmver to tnt* with the CMi. .* fnrnlans. It wu it Wirren'i puf- \ sestlon, too, th«t T»ft Hiked ' thinrs over with the -··ii". iit a meetlnr After that session the _ . r h a i r i n a n . Sen. Wllllim Kh*w- ond, conferred prlvit«ly wKh '.he Ohloan. , Both said the meeting h«4.no ;ctccp sisnilicance, but it did heffi- ·nit |o discourage Ulk cf Kiww- lan'l a j the l c e prnidentlal nominee if Wirren'i dirkhont ' chan'Ts for ,Vo. i spot on pM picket evaporate. · ; Both the Taft and Cia^nhomr camps list Knowland among uet- ernl othrn as po"iblt eheieei fir : No. 2 spot. First in Fa The event you've waited for-just in time for July Bargain days! Season Closeout They just arrived! New styles of famous Nelly Doit cottons iii both regular and half sizes. It's the dress event of the season .,. one you won't want to miss. See our large assortment first thing tomorrow. Sale Summer Hats Three groups from our own stocks of STRAWS, PIQUES and LACES. Formerly priced from $3 to $12.95' $900 $900 2 Regular $8.98 Regular $12.95 J Regular $14.95' $ Regular $19.95- · main floor roar Junior House Skirts Solid and novelty prints from Junior House, one of our best lines. Sizes 10 lo 16 Regular $8.98-$10.98 · main floor front Sportwear Reduced Blouses, shorts, T-shirts , . . one large tablt of broken lots ... oil famous brands. · NMlfl fHMf tftfff r 1 " I

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