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Friday, July 18, 1952
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1 MOtlllWiiT A0KAMAf TM*S, hMテつォy, Jテつォy lテつサ, ItSl mm*テつサm*nuHimmumu ...... wtmiMiiiiiiHiiiiimiiiiiiiiiHi ^ Society MK. KATMUIN DOZIB Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Withlrifton Lodge One, Masonic H u l l , 7:30 Husbands Guests At Picnic Dinner Of Garden Club Wednesday evening, the Fay- ettevillee Garden Club mrt for Colwell-Crawford Engagement Told inテつォ ths Community frounds. Myitory piii-ka|テつォ were won by Mm. McClelland and Krankie flutchinson. Honor Society Initiates 36 New Members Tt-c Kappa JJnlverntly chapter of Pi, national honor In MliHiurl. Part of their tlmテつォ will b* ipent at Lake Taneycotno. Miu Betty Banks plani to leave tomorrow on a trip to Philadelphia, Washington, D. C., and New York. .Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ocarhart and daughter, Sue, left today to drive to New Orleans, La., and from there to Blloxi. Miss., to visit thel Ifcree Ptows FiN hi Resktaflal Areas Of Southern CaWomia; Six FHen Die Ixw Angelテつォ-MP)-In the ipace of j victims were Pilot Dale E. Baker, two days three planes crashed in , 38, of Grass Valley, Ore., his bride "' monlh, Muriel, 21, and her llcnlonvllle - (Special) - Mr. nnd Mis. II. K. Cnlwi-ll. Renlonville, announce t h e enRagemc-nt and ap- pnirichlng m a r r i a g e i,f t h e i r . , Crawford, Mcmphii, and Mrs. K. V. Wnllchiirrh on | . . . H*ikell Hel|ht. The huibands of j snn of Mr. and Mrs. Lnyd C'rnw- members were honored guests, foul nt Middlcion, Ten The nring MKlcty, Initiaterl 38 i """ "d daughter-in-law, Lt. and ' Mrs. John A. Gearhart. Mrテつォ. H. C. Hankinj hai returned to her home, 317 North College Avenue, from Washington County Hospital where テつォhe received treatment for a broken knee. Kenneth R. Osborne. c h a i r m a n of the Univenlty division of fine and applied arts, *nd head of the department of music, will attend an all-day meeting of (he planning committee of the Arkansas new tnrmhers Wednesday night. The organization encourages high intcllrrtua! and ncholasllc standards among education Undents and recognizes outstanding con- t i l b u t i o n s to education. The new I n i t i a t e s are: Harley H. Adams, Hotles.wa, L;j.; Marie Alice Askew, Warner, Okla.; V i r g i n i a Hanks, Joplln, Mo.; Rose A. lierry, Hazon; Forrest Dirks, Villa Park, 111.; June lluhlor, Shreveport. L, Archie The committee, which planned the picnic nnd aided Mrs. W h i t church tn serving, was composed Root and Mrテつォ. C. W. McMillan. Dr. and Mrs. W. J. nnc.rc were In churfe of the program for the evening. t h h bride-elect graduated from Abilene Christian at Abilene, Texas, where Wright-Cornelison Wcdd ing An n ou need cat Inn. Sgt. Crawford graduated from Ihe Mlddletoii High School In 1044, and entered the Army Ai Force in 104.1. He Is a veteran o World War II, and is now Honed at the Memphis Munlclpa Airport in Memphis. The wedding will be an even "f Aug. IS, nt 8 p.m., and will. R o g e r , . A r k . - (SpectaH-An- Surc hP oPch'i'lst l h e テつサ""テつサテつサ"テつサテつォ nouncement of the marriage of ( n u i c n ot u " lst Mia Betty CornelUon nf F-yelto- ville, to Jack G. Wrl \ I of Lincoln, Neb, w a s m a d e h e r e Wednesday. The ceremony \vns read In the home of the officiating minister, the Ilev. Carl Chinn, of Imroanuel flaptlst The bridegroom i. the son of Mn. ROM Wright of Rogers. W. Ford, C'onway; Tressa Fleming. L i t t l e Rock; Pauline Graham, Sprin^'Jali*; Tr-mi I A" 1011 ' 1 Hargls G r i f f i n , Ullle ' ' テつキ R u c k ; Haymond Jerome Hartsf i f l f l . Bossier City, Lit.; Glynna Hellstern, Springrialo; L i l l i a n Hodges, Ullle Rock' James M. Hughes, Lake Village; Mary Louise Cook Janz. Pivnr Okla.; Siicllman T. Viola; nnrnlh.v Ni-ll Jones, Star City: Southern California residential areas, killing ell six occupants of the planes and damaging four The third accident came last night when a small private plane crashed into a tree and burned in .., u , the front yard of M. D. Eberharfs killed when his Navy nome at Blythe. This home was j plane crashed through not damaged Coroner Ben White identified the victim The first crash was Wednesday in Santa Ana, Lt. Robert Nephi Anderson, 29, an advertising artist for the Los Angeles Mirror and a Navy reserve pilot, was twin jel the roo: Births Mr. ui Mn. Cktrlni Hirrii Mr. and .Mrs. :Charles Harris of Elfins' announce the birth of a daughter, July II, It Utt City pilal. of the Ray Stedman home. Hazel McCallum, seated Mrs the ,, ^.l- , c f i - - - . . - . . . . , . x . , . , u , , , , aiiattu l i t L I I L it Clayton E. Cooke of Reseda. | dining room of her home 300 feet C n l f . Four persons were killed away, was i n j u r e d by flying yesterday when their private I debris. n * , , er a takeoff from Hawthorne Airport near Los Angeles. The I i was tht onlv occupant of a house to be injured ii l the crashei. ^ n テつサ 4 , ,, . -- i Music will include two pianos oi^'sauirtf SCC "テつー n '" C テつー nWay fテつォt' "-- テつキテつォテつォ *テつサP* p a d o r Church. T I Mlsi Betty Springier of Fayette* vllle WM Ihe bride's maid of j honor. Li* Rodgers of Rogers Jr テつサerved at best man. m. A dinner was served at ... ^ home of the bridegroom's mother for members of the wedding party, after which Mr. and Mrs. Wright left for Lincoln, where Mr. Wright has been employed by i construction company since his return from Korea fast March. Helping Hond Club Has Regular Meeting The Helping Hand Club met Tuesday with Mn, Marie Harp. All members were present snd lour vltllori. Mrs. June Savage became テつキ new member. Blanche Skelton led the group In singing and H u t h Lnngley led the prayer which followed. Marie Hテつサrp ,retd the devotion, after which "secret pal" gifts were exchanged by all the members. A kitchen shower was received by the hostess and game prizes wtnt to Blanche Skelton, Nelle Johnson and June Savage. U was announced that there will be i -upper at the Community Houテつサe, Saturday At the close of the frrithmMits of pic, Ice-cream ind punch wer* wrvテつォd. Bridge Luncheon Given At Frey Home Mrs. Harold Frey nnd Mrs. Robert Mogart entertained with bridge luncheon nt the Frey home on lianch Drive, yesterday afternoon. Cumin Included Mrs. King Whei-ler, Mis. Curl Ferguson, Mr*. Warren Hannah, Mrs. Henry Omrtlc, Mrs. R. A. Long. Mrs. Pat Reed, and Mrs. Mnrtln Johnron. Salem Club Plans Improvement Program The Snlem Home Demonslrntlon Club met Wednesday at the Comm u n i t y House with Mrs. Oren Mc- Fadrien and Mrs. Dora Sldler hostesses. Dlnnrr was served at noon, after which the group tacked nnd f j u i l t e d . The business meeting was opened at 2 o'clock with the group singing two sonqs. led by Mrs Johnny McClelland. A prayer was reneated by Mrs. Lonnie Gibson, followed hy a rending, "Have 1 Done My Dent," by Mrs. McClelland. Holl call was answered by 14 members and one, Gladys Aherns. The club voted to buy paint for the Inside tit the Snlem Community Houre and the men テつサf trie Salem Orange will provide -- -fhiHabor. Plann were mndテつォ to have n Country Store, August 28. Proceeds will go toward Improv- テつォ I DINNIS THE MENACE , T. K i r k wood, Allheime'r; Lltchfleld. Rogers; Salll- Auslin N. Chandler has taken over duties as assistant manager at the Fayeltcville Veterans Hos- Jennings' I ?"テつサ'テつキ succeeding Wiliard G. Hilch- テつキ ' ings, who m o v e d ' t o Providence, I R. I. Chandler has been placement ' officer at the Veterans Administration central office in Washington, and recently completed a hospital assistant managers' t r a i n i n g program in New York. He and Mrs. Chandler and two children - i . to Robert Martha jane Lynch, Fayetlevilic; Elsie Taylor Mitchell, Asherton, Texas; C h a i l e n e IXirr Palmer, .Jnnesboro; Robert W. Plants, Cotton Val- , - - - テつキ-". ley. La.; Dorothy Speed, Texnr- ^""nda^and^Dnuglns, have moved kana, Texas; James L. Stewart. ' " "'"" "" T c x a r k a n a ; Ella K. Taylor, Conway; Hetty Williamson. Heavener Okla.; Letha (i. Wilson, Kl Dorado; Ruby W. Wilson, Little Rock; Mary Wlmucrly, Rlnggold, La.; Marguerite Vann, Conway; Emogene Stover, Plumcrville; Charles I. Hunks, Faycltevllle; Troy L. Thompson, Little Rock; nornard l l a n a v a n . Pineville, Mo.; and Mrs. Ralph Misenhimer, Little Rock. Annual Picnic Held By Cy Carney Company The Cy Carney Appliance Company closed at noon yesterday so t h a t employes and their families might attend the a n n u a l picnic, bold at Devil's Den. Seventy-five persons attended, and activities for the afternoon included swimming, games and hik- Dr. J. Rowland Reid has joined the staff of the Veterans Hospital here. Dr. Leslie H. Wright, manager, reported today. He is in the department of internal medicine, coining here from Ann Arbor Mich., where for the last four years he has been a resident in internal medicine at the University Hospital. He received his bachelor's degree from nridge- water College in Virginia, and his M.D. from the School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania He served a rotating internship at the Philadelphia General Hospital. He and Mrs. Reid have moved to Fayetteville. singing. Gospel recordings will be played before services. Walter Jesser is pastor at Providence Housewife Cleared In Shotgun Slaying Texarknna, Ark. year-old housewife was - A 33- cleared Announcements Sunday Service and Sinrlni An all day sen'ice and singing will be held at Devil's Den State , . . . , . - テつキ ng. A picmc dinner was served at | Park , Sunday. A baske Bci:iテつサs^** KHPof ?テつ」 BOXifT Ml PUT \T THIS WAY: TMt 0テつォ*SS A N O T r l E SIGN i" the close of the day. Mountain Union Club Has All Day Meeting The M o u n t a i n Union Home Demonstration Club met with Mrs. Mace Phipps for an all day meet- ng Wednesday. The meeting was opened with group singing of "Nothing Hut Ihe Blood." after which a t h u m b n a i l sketch of the Book of Acts was Riven by Mrs. Frankle Phipps, vice president. Mrs. Jack Taylor, president, lead the poem, "When All the World Forgets You.' 1 Eight members were present. The mystery package was won by Mrs. A. Beverly and game prize as won by Mrs. John Wallen. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Beverly, August 20. Bethel Grove Club Plans Family Dinner The Bethel Grove Home Demonstration Club , meeting* was opened Tuesday with group singing. Mrs. Esther Rainey gave the devotion, tnken from the Book of Acts, and a poem "Country Club." There were 12 members and one guest present for the meeting. Miss Baker, assistant home demonstration agent, gave a demonstration on banning laundry and ironing shirts. It was decided by the club to have a family dinner. July 25. beginning at a o'clock. be spread at noon. t lunch will FrevMenee Brush Arbor Revival The public is invited to attend a revival meeting in the cane covered brush arbor, opposite the new building site of the Providence Baptist Church, six miles west of Fayetteville, Highway HI, starting Monday evening at 8 o'clock. by a Coroner's Jury yesterday of the shotgun slaying of a paroled convict here. The Miller County Coroner's Jury ruled that the shooting of Hcrschel Martin, 23, by Mrs. Myrtle. Hake was "justifiable homicide.' Martin was shot to death with a 12-gauge shotgun a- he tried to break down the front door to Mrs. Hake's home Wednesday, Deputy Sheriff Tfllnian Johnson said. ' ' Martin was paroled from the Arkansas penitentiary last Saturday. Police Chief Max Tackett said he had been serving time for a Texarkana robbery. Jbituary The Courts Municipal Court In Municipal Court this morning Edward Ollnger, 34, of Festes City, Mo., was fined $40 and costs and sentenced to n day in jail upon convinction of a charge of drunk driving. Olinger was arrested by city police. Support Price* Continued Washington - (ip) - President Truman signed into law today a bill continuing government support of prices for cotton, wheat, corn, rice, tobacco and peanuts at 90 per cent of parity through 1954. Thelmo Ric* Springdale - (Special) - Thelma nice, nine, died of wounds suffered at their home near Hindsville yesterday afternoon while ihe and a sister were playing, Sheriff Berry Denny reported. He said the shooting was accidental, and that a gun held by a sister, Juanita Pearl, 11, went off about 2 p. m. Funeral services, in charge of CallisonテつサSisco Funeral Home, are not complete, but will be held at Burkshed, with Cecil Garrison officiating. Burial will be in the Morris cemetery. Survivors arテつサ the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Levi Rice of Route 1. Hindsville; five brothers, Isaac Leroy of California, William Ben of Springdale, Route 3, Artie Edward, John Franklin and Howard of the home; three sisters. Juanita Pearl, Lorene and Ethel of the home; and the paternal grandmother, Mrs. Bertie Rice. A N N O U N C E M E N T ! NORMA'S BEAUTY SHOPPE Announce the New Muugimeni of the Royal Beauty Shoppe S. Sidt of lhテつォ Squirt. Phone ISIS Sp*c!altiテつォ Include: Hair Stuping, Styling, Tinting PununMt WITH, IS up FOR COUNTY JUDGE PROMOTE ROY A. SCOTT BE SURE-VOTE SCOTT Experienced in the Work Loyal to Duty THANK YOU! ROY A. SCOTT Subject to Democratic Primary July 29th Political Adv. paid by Roy A. Scott Ring Cracked Mexico City -(/P)- Police say they've cracked a ring which smuggled more than 1,000 automobiles from the United States into Mexico in eight months. They arrested four rrien. INVESTORS MUTUAL INVKTOtl SELECTIVE FUNO IHVMTOM STOCK PUNO iNVISTOiS SYNWCATt OP AMMfCA , on nqvt* from frinipal Uncfcrwrifer INVESTORS DIVERSIFIED SERVICES BTテつォUSNEO 1194 -AS INVtSICHB STHKCAlt MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA HERMAN B. FOSHEE ZONE MANAGER Bon 4M . Fテつォfrttwillテつサ, Ark. Pitta, UIJ-W Personals Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reed have gone to Tulsa. Okla., (or the weekend. For Extra Playtime Vigor Youngsters Need More Food Vitamins Keen eyesight, strong muscle and plenty of wallop to send that ball over tin fence takes lots of power... strength thaf cad only be developed thru proper eating habits. Healthy, hard-playing youngsters need extra rich nutritional foods like Super-Enriched Bread... the loaf that supplies greater amounts of vitamins and minerals than any other. You'll increase the nutritional value of your family's diet when you serve Super-Enriched Bread at every meal. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grace ' and son. David, will leave Sunday ' for a vacation in Colorado. They ' plan to be gone two weeks. i Mr. and Mrs. Cy Carney, lelt yesterday for a short vacation : for with severely impaired hearing NEW STYLISH! 6AY! ^テつキテつキ^Wrtsr- 0 1 *-* "テつキ In I (44H). ------テつキ .-----, -H-HIIU, テつキ iMaa-1/uv 2-.0""". Blue mxt YeHow ** (テつォテつキ?テつォ) l*テつサ Eight ilicei of Super-Enrichtd Brtod will rupptyl lupply you with approximately Iht following daily! requirement! of these essential vitamins and mineroli 7Sy.|0*THttテつォJUIlTHS) For Normal Appttin. Good Digtstion ond Hwhhy Ntrvn M%|0*ONE.FOUKTH) it to OlildrwTi Sfowth, ond for HtoWiy EyK ond テつサin テつォX|C* MOKE THAN A TH1テつサテつ」| EuMtiol for Proptr AuMiotion of Calcium C A I C I U M J5%|0テつォMOテつォETHANATMIIID|' Niouory for ttw Growth of Sturdy Bones, ond Hwhty Tテつサテつサth N I A C I N M% (0* MOKE THAN HALF) Einnliol to Proptr Nutrition of thl Body Cth 11% (OX MOKE THAN HALF) for Good Red Blood Nteded for Good H*aMi SHIPLEY'S SUPER ENRICHED HOLSUM テつキAST MM IQUAM DIXIE RADIO , 4 M D k H . 1141 f

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