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July 16, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

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14-· NOtTHWtST ARKANSAS TIMES, FayeHtvillt, ArkontM. Wtdnttdoy, July 16, 1955 Power Firms Under Fire 0! Clyde Ellis Private Companies Fighting Co-ops, REA Official Soys r Jacksonville. A i i .-'·!' -T;.c I. vatt power i n d u s t r y ; ": c a j U tht profits of l:i\ n i n m - " .-per;! i tfce benefit of i i l l Ihc "·;}.'." former ArKiiNs.v* OM" f. :\, charged h e r e y c - i r i f l . i v f Clyde T. K l l i r , r . r . - u , i , . c i , s t f e r of tho N a t i o n a l I ' i i r ; d I - : i n i : nt; In the s;ile of I f u t u r e , a f t e r whMi Prof. Hubert !nvn l M « [ ; i l rhunii M. Smith "f t h e U n i v e r s i t y w i l l t l ' · .'·''in.hvvt^lcrn li?,eu:?i "What Does Your Ark;iii- s;is Poultry J i u j m / v f i m - n l A f M i c i n t i n n M e a n in Ymi?" A t 1 1 . I f ) . D r . O. H. Peterson of SiiNhury'.s Lnh- herc ' f | r a U » r l f s , t'hrulr: C i t y . lown, v / i l l iriii-; I fi' v c some " I l i - t CM! Thf.Uf.h!:; jn '('(J .!c!i-»;t:cs t - » t h e :.hip meet.nu. of t h e ( ' - ( j p e r . l l I V l i i pov.'f-r ['fiinp'iriii**! v ! i r ' i i t J M ! ' us and vi* .'!niii.-c:l in Ar- W A N T E D CHERRY PICKERS .Apply .1 tht Polls July 23th. Compensation: Good Government Political i l d v r n i M n i f i i t Chc-rry fur raj-cluq-nip. Prtil. W. M. lii',k", h c - r i r l of the p o u l t r y ( l f p ; i r t n i f n t ;it Ihr U n i v e r - sity of K e n t u c k y is pi im ipM .spvaker on the MUM-DOOM pr'^r.un. lie w i l l (IcMTiU 1 ' Succf'.v.Jul I n - r u b n t o r O p e i ; i f j ( ' i i . " From 2'W. until 4:30. thc-re w i l l lie ;i p;mH di;;- cussinn on m a n a g r - i n c n t pivic'Jre:;. led by R n v f.'. H i t t r - r . of Spring- , d;ile., Kocre.t.'iry f ' f Pie A I'. I A. ; M a k i n r ; up t h e p.-tnel w i i l !r W. ,S. i Polbrrl. E x t e n s i o n n r i i i l ! : - y j r i ; j n ; , n n y m n m l Hitfj'.ins, m;ui''i^M- nf firm-nil M i l l s fr.rid r i i v i M i . n o! ' K:im-iis C i t y , Mi.^onn; Dr. M. J!. [ M f - C l u n g of U K - U n i v e r s i t y r . t . i f f ; ! 'I'llus M;n;i:co, c o u n t y n,''.cnt of I'olk ( , ' r n j n t v : and p n n l m - c i ; , Joe Kay of n.'inville, Vi.-k W i l l nf ROJ;- rr;;, P.u- Ir-r A n d i ' i M i n nf (,'nriil).-:, . I : , t i n n . I ' o i j l t r y n n - n | ;iml I I . A . Hrnckwiiy o f F;iycllo- (·i t i n - .vi,-it(: ;in' i n v i t e d i ville. Association 01 Pouflrymen To Heet Friday 30 Students Enrolled In Flock Selection Shreveport Wets Win By Slim Margin S h n j v c p n i t , L;\.-Wi Shrcveporl ; ' v n t i i - ; l e j e c l o d i i r u h l b i t i o n b y a ' . i.liin in;ir;:in. according to cum- : ' j/!e;e hi:t i i i - o f f i c i i i l r e t u r n s today. : 'We!...- c i i i l v n l p r l "eli-ys" on all j · Ihree nue;,tions in yesterday's local ; . ;)!irM eiei-!:nn which drc.". 1 / a near i · rerr I'd of ^H,y72 votcu in L o u i s - ' iana'., stifunrl ]arj;c.-,t c i t y . Kc;ur;i:, f r o n i the .11 p r e c i n c t s : ;.ho;'.Td the vote (in the t h r e e is- . MK-S (in t h e h a l l o t : ! 1. On corUiiiued sale of never- \ a«e of kr.v a l e r j h o i i r c o n t e n t : F o r ! I h . f i D H ; a;:ain;.t 13.37-1. '.'.. On c o n t i n u e d sale of alcoholic ' h c v e r a i x s in bars: for 14,671;' .'i. On c o n t i n u e d sale of alcoholic : l'j"VC!'ae;e:; i r ) pai-ka^'e stores: Kor I S . I V I l ; ai%,in;.i 13.318. , I'.y s t a t e ia\v, another election "n I he same issues cannot he held ] f o r t v o years. Springdale man Crowder, and Mrs. Lester Schmidt entertained with a pink and b l u e shower in honor of Mrs. Dean G u n s e h n a n at the Harner home on Way land Avenue. Guests called between t h e hour:; of 7:30 and 9:30 o'clock and Mr?. Cunscl- man npr-nrrl her gifts and displayed t h r m in an a d j o i n i n g mom around a decora teed u m b r e l l a . R e f r e s h m e n t s were served in the following guests: Mrs. Kobert Harms, Mrs. Jamie Colernan. Mrs. Carl Carmack. Mrs. Calvin Little, Mrs. H. K. Wilson, Mrs. Nc.il ! Horning, Mrs. J. L. Godley, Mrs. Elsie Boone, Mrs. Joe Claypool, Mis. Glen Parsons, Mrs. Jonn Mm eland, Mrs. Stanley Jordan, Mrs. Guy Wann, Mrs. Don Hatfield, Mrs. Edward Berncr, Mrs. Clifford Samuel, Mrs. Richard Harris, Mrs. Elmo Samuel, Mrs. Lundreth Loyd, all of Springdale, and Mrs. Bill Rollins and Mrs. Lurcl McClHiii of Rogers. Mrs. Charles Reed and daugh- ter, Mrs. Donald Smith, of Cr.h' ' as^ia, Okla., and Mrs. Rect, granddaughter, Barbara King, o: Lindsay, Okla., arc visiting in tht I home of Mr. and Mrs, Ira Simond.** ' and family on West Emma Avenue this week. They will also visit other relatives in Northwest Arkansas. i An outstanding flavor--Jungc's 1 Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-tf From loarff la llp f rnnnitij; 'it'iitrr Iiit «U«ji hern · plumbcr'i job. C'rnnc- Line Wjiicr Hcilrrs urir Hold nnd In. »l«Ilcd lij- Hcrmrd rr-c;rrr plttmftrta .. . your ·MUranre of 11 tin! Mnti-r lionk- Hp bftl kultrd In j'Oiir nriiU. Hrfl UN for the brtl In MUmn-ifir, rrftnomi'/'f, hot wntrr *rrvErc. FAYETTEVILLE Plumbing Heating Co. 310 N. Wett Phon. 710 ! .Mrs. E a r l e .lines e n t e r t a i n e d T h i r t y .students f i o n i 12 A r k a n - · w i t h a b i r t h d a y party at her home . i :as counties are enrolled in t h e : on Meadow Avenue Tuesday n f l O l h a n n u a l School for Flock K r | I p r n m . n from 2 t i l l 4 o'clock in lection and P u l l n r u m Te: t i n j ; : honoi of her son. Bobby Louis. Ayent.s beinq held at t h e 1,'niver- ! Eily t h i s week. All areas of t h e state are represented in t h e en- ·KfCISTCKCD CSAHf WATIR HIATBK plALtK C O M P L E T E P L U M B I N G C-O-O-L - COMFORTABLE - ENTERTAINING! COOL PALACE THOSE GOBS GIVE THE NAVY MORE TROUBLE THAN A FULL-SCALE WAR I COLORED CAnTOON AIR CONDITIONED U A R K Now! ONE MAN'S WIFE IS ANOTHER MAN'S POISONI They'rc Lovers -- Yet Bitter Enemies! BETTE DAVIS GARY MERRILL LATE WORLD NEWS COLORED CARTOON "HAS ANYBODY SEEN MY GAL " IOVE AND LIFE WERE CHEAP... WHEN QUAN1PELL S RAIDERS BLAZED A TRAIL OF TERROR ACROSS THE WEST! STARTS T H U R S D A Y * AUTHW KENNEDY · JOHN IRf AND . \r,ff COREY COLOH CAnTOOrf -- -- I.ATE W O U L D NEWS was f o u r years old. Modeling was Kl'ven the quests as fav- Gue.-.ls jiresent were: M y r ^ a r - ' r o l l m c n l . j e t A n n .lines. M a r l e n e .Samuel. The special short course is C ' . i l h y Georpe. Donnie Watson, sponsored j o i n t l y by the Univcr- | M a r y Kllen HodRcs, C h a r l e s In- sity's Collefic of A c r i c u l l u r e and · m urn. Max Tiyan, K a t h r v n Int h e A r k a n s a s Poiiltiy Improve- j a r u m . Bobhy R y a n . Tiobert'liarnis, mcnl Association. I n x t r u e t i o n w i l l j . l i m m i e H a r n e r . Freddy Barber' last t h r o u g h Tliursday. On Friday f/iis Ann Buck. Brenda Barhec.' t n o r n i n c , those w h o wish I n o i i a l - ! f y n t h i a A n n H i t t e r . A l l e n Seay] ify for o f f i c i a l license as acent for j P h i l l i n A i l e n , L a u r a I.vn Sony' Hie N. P. I. P. w i l l l a k e an exam- Connie A l l e n . L i n d a A l l e n . .loan i n a t i n n on t h e weel:V work. i Umbatif;h. M a r y Elnnr Umbatlqh, Most of Ihose enrollerl are pm- ; r;eneva U n i b a u ^ h . Charles Dee ployed by commercial h a t c h e r i e s j liaison, and Bobbv Louis's R r a n d in t h e slate. They rome from T'.en- ' rnollicr. Mrs. I I . TC. A l l e n , ton. Carroll. C h i r o t . C l e v e l a n t l , '. The T h e l n i a Ilachy Circle of the Dc:,ha. F a u l k n e r , l l e m i c ' t - a d . i n - ' '.'/omens Missionary Soi.-l,-1 v of t h e dependence. O u a c h i t a . R a n d o l p h , . Fir:.t n.-intist Church net at t h e W a s h l n r . l n n , and Yell counties. j home of Mrs. Hnhprl Harms west ! of Sprin.'.ldale Tuesday a f t e r n o o n i :il 2 o'clock. Mrr. H i r a m Test. .Ir.. | t a u e j i t a lesson from the book "Jf ; Two of These Afirce." A short . business m e e t i n g was held w i t h the c h a i r m a n . Mrs. Frank Sharp. j in charge. Others ;.resent were: : Mrs. noberl H a r r i s . Mrs. Harry I l l o w e l l . M r s . Lvnion Houston. Mrs. Carl Carmack. Mrs. Mvrl NATIOi\'o KiSS'f MOSQUE-After three years' work the first authcnlie moslem temple ever built in the U. S. is being completed in Washington, D. C. B u i l t of Alabama limestone, the body of the mosque is dominated by a m i n a r e t more than ISO feet hifih, from whose balcony m u / - zein will call the f a i t h f u l to pray. Advcrtiftc In the TIMKS--It Taint--Rcmmlrl--Rrpairs flaritjirj!--!trc*?,Rwayft No Money Dawn Easy Monthly Paymonlt DYKE LUMBER CO. H* St. Charln and c h i l d r e n . Eileen, Tom, nick and Jean, of Chicago have spent a two weeks v a r n t i o n t r i p in Springdale in t h e homo of Mrs. Sommer's parents. Mr. and jVlrs. .1. C. MeGetrick. Mr. Sommers r e t u r n ed to Chicago last week, but Mrs. i Sommers and t h e c h i l d r e n remained here for a longer visit w i t h friends and lelatives. Mr. and Mrs. H. Marcus Fit/.- hugh wetd of S p r i o ^ d n l n ter'eiv9'' \vord t h a t their son, Dobhv L. Fil/.hugh, returned to Norfolk, Va. from the M e d i t e r r a n e a n on t h e Escort Carrier USS Palau. j Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ilardi.-tcr ' and son. Eddie, of Theodore Drive , spent Saturday w i t h Mrs. Hardis- '. tcr's parents, Rev. and Mrs. Ar- -, t h u r Hart of B c n t o n v i l i e who ; were celebrating t h e i r 34th wed: dine a n n i v e r s a r y . Miss L i l l i a n H a r t was also there. On the Screen at Last!! A true story taken from the files of the American Mexican Border Patrol. TONITE Thursday 8:00-10:10 SENSATiONAL Return Premiere iicuto mm MONTALBAN · MURPHY Cartoon News Added Fun if Pony Rides for th Kiddiss . . . . 18 hole Miniature Golf Courts Don't Mtss It! K n i i n i n q , Mrs. K a r l Mason. M r s . ! 1 M a r v M a r l h a Sunday lidward B c i n c r , Mrs. Kspen Wai- i school class of the First Baptist, ters ;:'.v\ "!!e "upst, Mrs. Norman ' f ^ h u r e h met Monday night at 7 Crowder. At Ihe close of the i o'clock at the c i t y park ,'or a pic- m e e t i n g refreshments were served | n ' c supper. Mrs. Carl Carmack by Ihe hostess. j and Mrs. .loe Claypool were the Odell Graves, who is in the .' hostesses. Others present were t h e N a v v is spending a two weeks w i t h his parents, Mr. and teacher of the class, Mrs. Paul Brogdon, Mrs. Edward Berncr, d Firpraot Bnutilul Colon PHONE 30M FOR THEE ESTIMATE CLARK VENETIAN BLIND Ii AWNING CO. i'DVf w s parents, r. and , . rncr, Mrs. Ed Graves and f a m i l v cast of Mrs - Elmo Samuels, Mrs. Robert Sprinfldale. Harms. Mrs. .lack Loyd, Mrs. Har- nr. and Mrs. .7. D. Holler, Mrs. Ian Phillips, Mrs. John Late. Jr. j Kenneth Slewart and Mrs. .lohn ! an1 Kenny Bcrner and Marlene I Lee, all of Kansas City, Mo., spent! Samuel. | the past week w i t h t h e i r p a r e n t s , ! Mrs. George Harner, Mrs. Nor- j Mr. and Mrs. Will Sharp, south- | ~ = =----·· ---·=.-··-- --.--. east of Springdale. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sommers If You Are Not Seeing the Convention you are missing the ch'ance of your life. Let us install a Zenith TV in time for the Democratic Convention. We have the latest equipment for servicing television. 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