Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 10, 1952 · Page 3
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Thursday, July 10, 1952
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,JOQ Expected At Slate Legion .Meeting In Spa Hot Spring;, A r k . - l / I V S o m c ·MKIfl delegates a i c expected in _ .-.Itend tlic 34lh annual i-nnvcnlion I't the Alkansiis Department of the American Ivjainn. which opens here tomorrow. W. Clyde Siniih, convention I'hulriiian and commander of '.he Ilr.i Sprines post, · said the resort city is propa] ing for the bigj/cM Lecion convention evr hold in Arkansas. Hegis'.nilion fnr the Legion sos- . sinns and its associated organiza- lions begins today. Speakers during the Jhreo-da.v Vi GALLON Vaniiid Ice Cream 63c Buies U T T L E R O C K MEMPHIS UNION BUS DEPOT 103 N. Coll-gt Phon« 65 Ch»rlgr « Bus for Group Tripi ti'cctins will im-Jude Govcrnnr | !\lrMalh. National Commander ! IAHI Wikon of Lo.s Anseles and ' Alabama Adj. Gen. Walter J. i Manna. Several Legion official* said | yesterday that Lre Ward, a Para- ; gnu Id attorney, is bcms boomed i for national com man dT of iho : Lesion. Ward is a finner slate i commander. , Springdale \ .Mr. and Mrs. Gus Wright and . daughter of Alma were guests i over the weekend in Ihe home of j Mr. and Mrs. Marion Parish o f ' near Springdale. A picnic supper was held recently in honor to t're quests of Mr. and Mrs. Kvere.ll Thomas of Cress Hollows. Presci.l were Mrs. Forcsl Cross and Daughter of Houston, Texas; Mrs. Thomas' fa- 'hcr, Mr. W. T. Bunch and Mrs. Knnrh of Atchjp.3on, Kan.; Mr. . and Mrs. Molt of Morton, Kan., and Mrs. Krncst Vander and two children of Alchinson, Kan. . Cpi. L. W. Willcy. Jr.. son of .Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Willey of Sprindale. is home from Camp Rucker, Ala.', on a Ill-day furlough and will visit his parents and oilier relatives and friends here before returning to camp. Mrs. Edna Maddux and son, Burl Maddux of DcWitt, arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. "Doc" Maddux and son, .Mike, on West Emma Avenue. Mrs. Maddux is "Doc's" mother and Burt is his brother. A f t e r an extended visit here they will vis-it Elmo Maddux, another son at North Madison. Ohio. They also plan to co to Niagara Falls. -- 1 _ h £__j^|"£djilc^I-'irc Depart- Housework ~ Easy Without Nagging Backache Unrein* lurkybr. Ion of pep ind cnertr, h^ariachM finrl di«in-«* m«j he due to alow-' 'l'iwn of klapff function. Uoctnm my irood kitlnT function ij very important to jtwil health. When iom":vcryriiy condition,turh "" " tt 'j^* (sr " i 9lril ' n ' a" 1 "*" thf » tmporlint ·r irrilnuQAs due In co!d or wrom: dift may "iwKrUlnKupniKhtsArfrMin?ritpiB»iifii. ['on t n?c.rrt your kirinpj-s if these ton-lions IitHher you. Trj- Itopn'i nih-« tiiiH urrirr. LnH miccensfully by milliun- ft-r ·rmO yra«. It's *mnr.inK how man? (imoi nnn eKivehnnny rciicf frnm UII-M; dinp-m- ...rtE-hf-lptlielSmilcBrj/fcfrlnrj-tiihpsiinHfil- tcn llusn out w«n. G« Doan't PilU tidrrl merit has answered several calls lended the meeting Tuesda · nighl i k. i · · · · f- I . I reicnlly Wednesday they answer- sponsored by the Kiwani's Club MI S^ I SS I DDI CT (HPT ed a call about two tnd one-half of Springdalr Flvnn C'Mallv of ° 3I ~ " 31 KH 1 V J ' l v J C I L_/"».L/V^I i j miles northwest of Sjiringdale t o ! Kavetteville gave' instructions In i T I I f~ n t "room and sauare dancing, i I OKG LeSSOHS [TOm DUZZQrcJS vere five chaperonfs from · _ . NORTH WIST ^KANSAS TIMiS. fay«r*vlll». Aikomov fhur,d fly , i v \f 18, m) _ miles northwest of Sjiringdale to a brooder house in the Elm Springs community. Two thousand chickens smothered. The Pen Point Club met Tues- Kayettev bol There were five c'laperonfs fron- the Ki'vanis Club and IS nine,-, adults present. All adults interest- j Mil- ' will bo the Nava! Research ot- ,i:.hmgton, which has bc- iow interest in the buz- rimcnt-;. day night at 7:Jf) o'clock at Ihe , °d in t h ^ organization srf invited home of Mrs. Billic Jincs Meadow Avenue. Jack Carlisle, president, presided over the business session and appointed Irving Kills as chairman of the yearbook committee and accepted Ihe resignation of Miss Rosemary Patrick who is a junior member of the club who to attend. Lon Moore Appointed To FHA Committee m^be'r"^ v o l e more of her time to her | Washington County FHA Corn- music activities. Orijinals were i mittee, according lo information read by Miss Eva Howard, Mrs just received by F. E. Delicti county supervisor, from J. V , . . Lctha Brogdon, and Mrs. Billie , rom ,. i u iRhfiI i' J st . at ? director, Fanners t o ee ams of - i , n ''. n '/"i rt Hcrnl »» ·» eathouse ! Jincs. At thc close of the meetine ; iT" V _,"'."'.'- """iui. r turners : refreshments were served bv the H nmv Administration, Little Rock, hosless The next meetinc w'm be , U ri" " p]!( " Coc " Thom "- hcld I.ilv r.,,H ,n,V i , K ,^ °" nf Roulc '· Lincoln, whose ncld July 22nd and will be at thc ! appointment expired July I home of Mrs. Mabel .Jarrison o n ; In addition lo Moore'ihe FHA North Mill Street. j Committee of Washington Counlv The annual Baptist Assembly at i, q .., r ,"TM po "' d . "'. Lw Williams of Siloam Springs attracted mar, n-embers of the Baptist Churches in Springdale at the various serv. ices Ihroughout It has been in progress for the past 10 days and closed Wcdncs- j *I JOMUI-H.IJ ior purcnase, pnlarge- 'day night. Those who stayed en i ment, or improvement with loans the grounds were: Jim Lawrence ! mac| e or insured by the Farmers I Edwin Shell, Jimmie Bedell, Jean Hom ° Administration. j Ann Cook, Eddie Buford, Nancy | Young, Clemeni Test. Jicland "P. Bobbie Johnson, Deioris - sponsible for det-rmining the ces throughout the day and night, eligibility of applicants for loans t passing upon farms being idered for purchase, enlarge and consi Farmington rncfit. Friday, f p. m.. - Calholie Churth Hall. Holt, Mrs. Ruth Marie Simonds Crowder, and the Rev. Clyde Sanders, j The Presbyterian Women's Association met at 9:30 a. m. Tucs- j day in the Civic Club rooms lo I do sewing for Ihe chu-rh's hos- pilals in Africa, Ihe Children's home in Embudo. N. M., and for Ihe Negro hospital at Cordele, Ga. i - - - - -- ^" "^Mtv.- m- Mrs. J. A. Bradley gave thc clc- \ f c r s Pf"ding a week as guests of -I lunch Mr - an() Mrs - ·''"' Lester. Mrs. Vess Brooks and Mrs. Bar- The Farminglon Home Demonstration Club will sponsor a pic supper on the lawn of the Masonic Hall Tuesday. July 15. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lester and children of Griffin. Ga.; Robert Lester of Jacksonville. Fla., and Roy Lester of New Hall. Calif., have returned to their home.' sf- Sailplane Champion: Dick Johnson followed the vultur« By JIMMY WARD (KKA1-- of Jollow- votional and a school girl lunch was served at Ihe noon hour. The Saint. Raphael's Altar So| cicly met Monday at 7:30 u. m . ' at Ihe Cenarle on tne corner of ; Huntsville and Shilo Slrcels for : the first meeting since the Ccn- | ade ' hara Mitchell'"a'nd dawh'iers"" n "f I j 1 "' 1 "' "'= M . 15sis: ;' 1 ' 1 " SlnU ' C " |J Farmingtoo. and Mrs May A r m - - i C " f " ro »"- vs " s " l " ; " ilnf -' ! "' "" strong nf FayctJovilio. ppcnl Mnn- rla.v at Springfield, Mo., with Miss Lena Smith, had been redecorated. Mrs ' Mr anr1 Mr5: - R«vm»nri JJrrd , Brucp Vaughn, Jr.. gave the trcas- and c h i l c f r c n ^ Whitticr. Calif.. I TM s | arit urrr's report. Plauj; were . *au e l o ! havc lc)ur 'i^ nomp after spend- c f / l t : i c n t air Planc. Stale Collocc M Playing ;m acii.i! ^,nn the- lead or wil'i wild M is.sis.-ippi buzzards, r;ul|3];inr ctianipinn Dick Johnson hn.s been Icaniinq j-ccrc-ts n[ aerojjiiy.'-ii-j; tlinl nmy pmviflo Inng-rnuplit answri^ in li.c ,-tvi.i- tlon field. .Johnson and J)r. Au^u:l ll.i.-.pci, C»l- : TKc aornpl- ;in instinct for xrkmy cm) MIVI il)lo updrali. 5 ' and rnn Mitir ii)rnui;li the air w i t h Irs.-, lh;m luilf the or "driiR," »£ t c r nin:i : hone i n g n v i id ilicvl in Ihr inid.'-.t of c-.x- ii.v He doc:-n't intend i 0 !(.' ;imc ini.,t;ikc iij;;nn. v. Johiu;(iii is en route Spiiin. In rdinjicLc in j ilional .v(-.;ii-ji)K meet. U:-- ! tin:, kiirnerl from hi: tiiiiiij:. ""flfneRicHn«^o STRAIGHT BOURBON WHiSKEY IM i«mc»« tnnurae COKMHT. inc. - mm. in. MONB 717 ell a hand painted pic'lurcThat': '"* a wrt ' k ncrn - ' ' To find oul w h , Jolin; was donated lo thc society hy Mrs : Mrs ' W - n - wi " h " 5 returned ' rd thc wilrl hin's i" his Pn-i-M RI-JI,,, ., r . , 11( , an ' s [ or j n _' I from Fort Worth. Texas, a f t e r I '""' sailplane, radioing 1 ,,:,,. Impending a week with her d a u g h - j of flighl. a l t i t u d e and n Mrs. Ryth Hendrix. ,' formation t c ON KLEENEX BOX Of 200'. BOX Of 300' IUY A MONTH'S SUW.T . CROSS DRUG Percy Braun ' creasing the funds lor thc parish. : Mrs. R. K. Hodges was appointed j the leader for Ihe discussion on Catholic action. Mrs. Frances Gil- Toy donated the door prize which was won by Mrs. Leo Thole. At the close of Ihe meeting refreshments were served to the 11 members present. The Wednesday Bridge Club met Wednesday at 2:.ln p . m . a t the home of Mrs. L. W. Searcy. A dessert course was served by the hosless. Mrs. W. H. Frazier and children. · Wilson, Wayne. Cind.- and Jane '· of Fort Worth. Texas, visited Ihe i First Baptist Churcn Sundav. They i -. -ere visiting relatives and friends in Springdale and they returned to j their home Tuesday morning. . Fifty tccn-aRe boys and girls at- Shoe Sale ENTIRE SUMMER STOCK Priced to Sell Quickly Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Bcnhrook ] To Train Vultures * ; have moved from Favetteville to ! JJesuHs their home here. lha , ,,,,,' I Mr and Mrs Brooks Lewis are t w o snuadrous of the vultures to n St. U,u,s. Mo.. ,,.,,,,, M ,,. ai ,. (hi , m ) n ^ Le«,s ,s a palient at Barnes Hos-| ine rnn . ro , M ,,,-,,,,,,, 1hp ,,,,.,,. House guests of Mr. and Mrs I "''," TM' TV in ' lnlmr " 1 -- wl »'' h ^'.11 John Morris this week are Mrs!' y " u """ lalK)n " seirntisls Morris' mother, Mrs. D. P. Mauser of Joseohine, Texas, and her , hrother-in-law and sister uf 1 7arH ' ; v '' n hci .Dallas. Texas. ' ! Carter of Kenrla'lvil'e. Ind. Tar- Billy Wilson has returned from ' ^ rr 'rained a hil7.7ar'l for rr-.o-u-f! 1 Voungstown. Ohio, where he has work nn rr IWo'-e. (';-( i: n e been employed. : |1, P hirrl chotied OTI ,, -hlrVri' · Naturalizer Reg. 11.95 Glamour Reg 12.90 BOTH DRESS AND CASUAL STYLES Devil's Den Road Mr. and Mr... 1,. S. Goodins and Mrs. Leroy Cansler and children have gone to Amarillo. Texas where the Goodings were to he joined hy their son and daughter- in-law. Mr and Mrs. Dee Bonding. They plan to drive to Woodland. Calif., to visit their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs | Sid Wsrforrt. Mrs Cansler and ; children will visit relatives JO I Amarillo. Canyon. Harllev and · Canadian. Texas. Mr. and'Mrs J W. Hritt are slaying at the C.n ine home while the couple ir away. 1 Mr. and Mrs. H. T. WebstT of Amarillo. Texas, spent the weekend here. Sunday dinner sucsts of Mr and Mrs. Emmet! Counts and 'laughter. Patty, of Elk City. Okla and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Coles and son. Donald, of Winslow. Other guests called in the afternoon. Edwin Stevensone and sons. Von and Jimmy, are boarding al the J. W. Brill home. Monroe Holcomb and Mr and Mrs. Auslin McClelland attended the Fourth of July picnic and ball- game al Winslow. The Devil's Den haseball team will play at home Sundav, meeting Middle Fork. Mrs. Royal Hoss has returned home from Kansas City, Mo. Today's Market-- o Starlet Deb · Cobbler Reg. 7.95 R eg . 7.95 White Linen - Nylon Mesh - Coif - Elk - Kid - Straw Good Shoes Properly Filled SI. f.oui* l.ivMtork Nntional Stnchyards. Ill -i,T\. U.SDA-Hoes fairly a c t i \ o : narrows and sills steady lo ill higlter than Wednesday's average- sows steady to 15 higher' hulk choice 13H-2.10. Ibs nnsorted for grade 2l.7.-i-il.»: ); packers bii.ving ··" ::i."3: about .in head choice No: I and i 20f)-;:2ll Ihs lo yhinp'is -l.illl;; ^40-270 Ihs ·'07',- · " ' IB.2.1-1B.IK); sows 4tin "]·., !7.. r n-18.flt); n e r v i e r s o - s I'ofl; siajs 1.1.00-1 VOn- IH..V)-I:I :;ti. Calllr 3.non. calves flOH; .,,,.,,, li'ls and individual good and choice sleers and heifeis 28.50-.1JOd: nlilitv and commercial sl-crs and hrifcr.i 'jn.mi-:'7..-,n: u tiin. ,,,,,, i-on-merria! ro\ s 1R.HO-2J.OO: rela- t i ' r l y f j v ulilit offerings brio-./ IS.'iO; ranners and cullers 1.1 On. J8.00 : utility and commercial bulls 2!..iO-2S; c.mner and culler l-u'l'. 17.00.2n.ii(l: good and choice \rd- er.s 28.00-32.00: sorted prime .n'oti: utility a.'id rommeicial \ealers 21.00-27.on. ·Sheep 1.200; receipts mo--'lv lirckcrl in nat.vr spring ] am |, s with few lot.: old crop lambs; ye.irlings and slaughter ewes sen- erally slrady; choice and pru'ir ;^'"'' n ^ lanihs to moct interests 29.00-.10.fW; hi,t pnmp JCIII-CP with moil sales 2K.50 down; goorl »nd ehoice lots J7.0':-2(l.50; e:i;| throw- ni-lj largely I5.00-U.00; small lot utility »nd «ood clipped old crop lambs 18.00; yearlings do--n «t 11.00; mil tn 'goal At Most Drug Stores Only Kiccn.x'pspt uf-tfto wmte, nvu mmcy Buy at feasf a month's supply- Ktcp a box In «v«ry r*«m In th« *t«Mt«t mm -

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