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July 21, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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-NMTMWKT Al ; tune 1 ·"»»·» 21. IMJ IMItNIUIWItNHNMaHIMMllHNIIWUHMUmiMMIIIMHIIUIIIHtl ^ Society MH. KATHllfN DOZMt NMIIIIMIIIHHmillHMIIIIIIHIIIIIItlllllllltlHIMIMiamillHIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItlllli course was served from the din- table, which wu center*** with in assortment of summer flowen. Glfl« were received Mr. and Mrs. Edwin R. Shapird of MuikofW, Okl«., art here for the remainder of th« lummer their summer home, Mlzpah, on . - - -. - . * . . . . , . . . u OY - , , "" "' "«"l«, m l t p a n , I Miss Wl«ans In a large gift I Skyline Drive, Ml. Sequoyah. wrapped box, which contained the ' Daily Calendar of Events Monday . . . Hi SI, Joyce Criiter, 7 ?»rmlngton Lodge, Farmlngton Masonic Hall, 7..10 Fayettcville Lodge 7-10, Masonic Hall, 7:30 Tuesday . . , Lion's Club. Ferguson's, 12 Kiwanis Club, Washington Hotel, 12 Sub Dob Club. SUR Cate. 7 Order of Rainbow tor Girls. Masonic Hnll, 7 IX A. V.. Legion Hut, 7 300th Military Government Group, I12'u West Center, 7:30 Hehekah I.nrtite, JOOF Hall. 7:3n V. F. \V. A u x i l i a r y , Civic Clubroomr, 7:30 smaller package*. Clark-Langston Engagement Told Af Evening Party Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kincald and family spent the weekend In Pitlsburg, Kan., with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kincaid, and his brother, Cecil Kincaid, and family. Mrs. J. F. Porter and Mrs. V. C Halpin, Sr.. of Osawatomio, Kan., were to arrive todav to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ted R. Wylie, jnrl Harold Lnngstnn, son of Mrs. 7.oe | -,nd the Lite Mr. D»,. Quartermaster Th.rd Class Roh- «t Club Diner Dinee I Pixley, Calif., and G. H. .of Bor- 40 Club will have a dinner dance j?er, Texas; and eight grandchil- Wednesday evening a t 7 o'clock at dren. the Uark Bowl. On the committee in charge of arrangements are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Standley, Mr, and Clay Yoe and Mr.'and Mrs. A*. T). McAllister, Jr. Reservations should be in by noon tomorro-.v. SiUr Cleveland Lowe Springdale - (Special) - Funeral services for Siler Cleveland Lowe, who die I at his home here early Saturdav, wi: treasury is up $20,000,000." He said the amount of holdings by the stite in securities also is up. "The general economy of the people ii. better than ever, and employment is at an all time high," he reported. The governor arrived at Drake Field by air Saturday morning. The Courts Circuit Court Upon arraignment before Cir- Judge Maupin Cum Obituary Ralph Kite, Editor II De Queen Since '45, Dies here by thc Rev. ficl Gray Hoi-crs. riurbl will be in Friendship comttcry. h ' r f l ' ' u : l " ilusc TM au P'n Lumminss n j Saturday Richard C . Bell, Jr.. 21 be conduct- and left following his speech to ruit ed at 10:30 Tuesday Turning a t ' go to Russellvllle, where he '.he Cal!iv,n-?isco Funeral Home I scheduled another speech Sa. u . , ,,.,,,,,, , day evening. ! Negro, entered a plea of not guil- ers before he spoke how he felt grand larceny. Bond was set at McMATH FAVORS -- CONTI.N-UED FROM PAGE ONE without more taxes, or bonds. If we w a n t to expand our road program further, of course that is Parties Conclude Series Honoring Miss Wiggans Concluding the series of parties, honoring Miss Ann Witgans, »-hnse wedding to Dr. John Sugg will be tomorrow, Mrs. J. A. Williams, Mrs. O. n. Cornell and Mrs. Robert Smith entertained Friday morning at the Williams home on Vandeventor. with a coffee. Approximately 60 guests called between the hours of 9:30 to 11:30 o'clock. Miss Wifgans and her mother, Mn. C. n. Wiggans, received at Ihp door, and presiding at the coffee service during Ihc first and vcrunr! hours were Mrs. John Clayton and Mrs. Ella B. Hurst, rink gladioli and zinnias were arranged as the table centerpiece. Those who resisted were Mrs. Charles Williams. Mrs. Hugh Stubblefield and Mrs. Walter fJray. Friday evening. Miss J a n i e Sullivan assisted by her mother, Mrs. O. 0. Sullivan, and her sister, Miss Pat Sullivan, entertained for Miss Wiggnns with « bridge party and linen shower, given at their home. About 12 close friends of the honorec were present. During the evening, a dessert y her parents Friday y sivcn h - v them Guost, receved hou.es of ,,,- chet ii. favors and bridge and cnnnsta prizes were won by Mrs Frank O'Douald, Mrs. Robert Bo- bo held here tomorro Kite, i the imrncdiat ·· 5200,000.000 will be Mrs. 0. R. Cornet! plans to leave Wednesday morning for fe , Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, Kappa Delta PI about an Associated Press story that Dr. J. M. Robinson of Little Rock, president of the Arkansas Negro Democratic Association had pledged his support to Jack Holt, j saying that McMath had "ig- ; nored" the organization after win' ning his second term in 1950, said ' he had "no comment." He likewise ! refused to comment on another Associated Press story from Pine Bluff which stated that the Jef- I ferson County Negro Democrats apparently were not going to support Dr. Robinson in his opposition to a third term for the governor. DENNIS THE MENACE By Kctcham ---iry fraternity and Coterie. Miss Clark was formerly on the /acuity at the University and will be a member of the faculty of Little Rock Senior High School. Langston attended the University and is now the Medical School ircmbcr of Phi Chi fraternity. The wedding date wos announced fdr August 23, at the Central Methodist Church. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Lewis Morion of Prairie Grove, Mrs. J. Royston Brown, Little . . Rock, and Mrs. Kansas City. , Tommy Glass of Party Given Mr. and Mrs. George M. Towc of Little Rock arrived this weekend to be here for Ihe wedding of Miss Ann Wffgans and Dr. John Sug|, which will be Tuesday. They will also visit with Mrs Towe's mother, Mrs. Ella B. Hurst. Dr. C. G. Melton, Dr. Garland Mellon and Dr. Harry Otwell attended the regular study program of the optometric extension program held In Rogers at the Hotel Wednesday. Dr. H. | tion I Port : '"*'nj'iins .-i^Miciaiion ' i"' 1 lcu v,-,uuu,uuu nr.rt former president of the Snpa. I lr cse projects. Survivors include his widow Cit.i Educational and a son, Ralph B. Kite, Jr.. of Do Queen. C. Hink of Bentonville was elect-1 Fayetteville. Mn. Paul Cunningham Word has been received here bv "irs. Thad Rowden. Jr.. of th'» death yesterday of her sister-in- law. Mrs. Paul Cunningham of Cincinnati, Ohio. Mrs Cunningham was before her marriage a reporter on the Cincinnati Post Mr. Cunningham, formerly of ed chairman of the group for the next six months. Mr. and Mrs. William Sheppard Norman of Little Rock, were recent visitors to Fayetteville. "Shep" Norman was formerly a resident of Fayetteville, where he attended the University. They were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nor- and a graduate of . - ' - " - . ,.,.l, n J ^ l d u U d L l * OI the University, is a staff member of the Post. Mr. and Mrs. Rowdenl Mrs. Cran Thomas of Okmnlgee Okla and Elberi Cunningham of Rogers' left this alfernoon for Cincinnati. Infant Willis r . . * [ "OM303, JJL- saia. Ihe infant son of Mr. and Mrs. have an abundance of power to Theodore A. Willis of California do this. This state has the greatest Drive died at birth al the City|P° w 'er potential of any state in will be spent on - Progress He declared that "we must continue our educational program for the young people of the state, and said "we have made more progress in the field of education m three years t h a n any other I Southern state," and asserted he favors "providing adequate educational advantages." In announcing plans to propose Ihe poultry laboratory and the animal industry building at the University, he said that financial support for the University has more than doubled during my administration." He remarked on the Medical Center planned at Little Rock, and said he would ask for a nurses' school in conjunction. "We must get industry into Arkansas," he said, "and we must · CHIEF EXECUTIVE -CONTINUED FROM PA.-.E l.v": Russell of Georgia, Harriman of New York and Sen. Robert A . , Kerr of Oklahoma remained only S750. The information filed by Deputy Prosecutor Peter G. Estes accuses Bell of stealing; a $355 diamond ring belonging f 0 Xo| an Mitchell from a Fayetteville hotel room, July 1. n*r «·*·»·· i . . . Weatherproof tat Fireproof Boatful Colon PHOME Mil FOR FREE ESTIMATE CLARK VENETIAN outside possibilities for the nom- · njft · AtA/UlfcJ/* ff\ (nation. A dozen "favorite sons"| 0 L i n u * AWrfir«* CO. and others were mentioned in lobby gossip. POISON OAK « SUMAC STOP ITCHING wilh this IMfe jV^kjfl^ excellent new treatment · VM Vp 'ot ivy, oak or sumic · ^f · poisoning. It's gentle and · W ·§ safe, quickly dues up Ihi Mistefs-flften within 24 noun. IVY-DRY at thc Country Club. ' ' · house detective Thc 22 guesls were entertained M a n n '"g Hotel, for the evening with swimming! ~ and a picnic supper, followed by ' television and dancing. Out of town guests included Miss Paula Armbruster of Coxville ' ' ·---- Momgomery'''!, 0 " 1 "-TM B "' °' TM Dtl " *»«·"· «»lc montgomerj, Ala. Thc a n n u a , Trj DH(a A]1 . jnc( picnjc for members and their hus- Harnson Auxiliary Entertains Veterans A coffee hour, sponsored by the Veterans of Forci.n W,rs A u x i t - , -- ,, ,,.,,,,.,, n l · a i y of Harrison, was held yei-1 th « Crippled Children's Clinic. were conducted in Harrison at 1 p. m. today. MTM. Carrie King Springdale - - firavn him "is instigated by people who are interested in expanding the POWCJ- trust in Arkansas." H.msrks On Financial Condition ;u 3 p. m. today in the Spring! cash, more reserves, Creek Church by thc Hcv. Father i debt." he said, "and Cripples Children's Cllnie Volunleen Volunteers who nre helping at tcrday thc Veterans Hospital. A musical program during the afternoon which in- "", nan niiu y e s - j -·'* *-»*j'tji*u v,mi[»reii s Clinic in thc Recreation Hall o f , w i ' l meet Wednesday afternoon . " p. m., at Bates School in preparation for the Clinic, which will be held Thursday, as announced was given eluded numbers by the "Weil fork Harmonecrs." the "Tackett by Mrs. H. G. Kotz, president of the Washington County Crippled She is survived by voy of Borger; and Hurt Wilson. son, Hari brother, Sisters" of Fayetteville, Mr and Children's Society Mrs. Doyle Clark of Springdale a trombone solo by Claude Chambers, vocal solo by Betty Court- Womrn'j Democratic Club The Women's Democratic Club _______ ! w . ""d a duet by BeUy Jones i»'ill meet Wednesday evening at and Betty Holden, both of F a y - i ~ : 3 0 o'clock in the home of Mrs rt «-ville. ' J.Glenn Ricketts, 1013 Vandeven-i The coffee was In charge of,'", for the TV broadcast of the | Mrs. Lillie M. Courtney. V. A. V | Democratic Convention ;S. representative, assisted by Mrs I Xora Ward. Mrs. Eva A. Putnam i Iris Garten Club and Miss Betty Courtney, all of I Mrs. Joel Smith will entertain fayetteville. Natiom.1 Park, Arkuuu -- youri a » vocation thti y«*r. 1 octwnmodoMow ol itidfly Mnntir , 0 |,. _| «.« utic Molrl and lolti Mow. XMting i ond orrt.ry el ntaibr lokt Nam'iliwi ·tier, wi momtoin o btouhM tod,, f o , .h, ,,dTMv. -- « Moi.,tk Hot.l .«.,, Addition! Wormo,,,*, ond SUMMtR HATES AW ECONOMICAL KATtS H. D. Club Meetings Announced For Week The schedule announced for Home Demonstration clubs this week Is as follows: Monday, Goldenrule. school. 1:30 p.m.; Tuesday, Sulphur Citv Mrs. Alice Showaltcr. 2 p.m.; Falrvjew. communitv building 11 ; a m , White Rock," club house . r.M p.m.; Wednesday. Farmington. club rooms. 1 30 p.m.. Baldwin, Mrs Fleets Mae Gentry. 1:30 pm Rapiist Forn. Mrs. Clyde Jones! B:.10 p.m.. Monitor, lunch room 1:3(1 p.m.: Thursday. Home Demonstration Council mt-etlng. Morrow School 10 a m.. Friday. University ' Heights. Mrs. I. I.. Johnson. '; ; pm., Vineyard. Penc-ful Vallev Mrs. Henry Neal. ; p . m j Coldwells To Be Guests ; A 1 r'~.:\~- AucHKt 4 : IV. and Mrs John Tyler Cald; well will ho honor guests at a din; ncr thr night of August 4 st the ; r.ivi-tteville Country Club. The I dinner is sponsored by the Fay! ottcville Chamber of Commerce, and all members and their husbands or wives are invited. Ar- rnncrmcnts are in charce of a special roir.minrc of which Virgil Blossom is chairman. Mn. Sally Braddy Springdale - (Special) - Funeral services for Mrs. Sally Braddy, who died Saturday morning in Fort Collins, Colo., will be conducted al the Cailison-Eisco Funeral chapel at 2 p. m. tomorrow by the Rev. Howard Harris of Bentonville. Burial will be in t h e , Hickory Creek cemetery. I She is survived by her hus- '· band, J. N. Braddy of Sprinsdaio- i four daughters, Mrs. Mae Carson; and Mrs. Vera Dalrymple, b o t h ! of Fort Collins. Mrs. Eula Guan- clla of Empire. Colo., and Mrs. Irene O'Hara of Chillicothc. Mo.; two brothers, C. Y. Barnes of Skin Dry? Itchy? Oil-rich* Retinal sofrenl and toothci. Relief lath) 'Cantons tono/*i RESINQlr*" · GLIB BARTON for Attorney Central that'every Mtack"'being'mad"e*on , WSJSZuZSSiSuSi! 'i GALLON Vanilii Ice Creim 63c Holland Im. led,*, \ the Iris Garden Club with a des- I sen luncheon Wednesday after|noon at 1:30 o'clock. Mrs. Leroy j ; Burris will be co-hostess. With Arkansas' Most Colorful Candidate in Singing Hii U n u t u a I Campaign Songs. KBRS Springdale Monday --------- ^ Tueadir -------- _. . W*dn*dt r _______ «:4Jp.m. Thursda T --------- 1:45 p.m. Friday ----------- | : 4S p. m . Saturday -------- «:4i p.m. VOTE For NOBLE GILL Gamblers Shouldn't Drive .. . And a gambfor it any man who drivn a cor without adequate insur- ann-and RISKS ALL af hit wardly petMuiom. Remember thil. If you can't a f f o r d insurance, you can't afford to drivt an automotilel Consult Us Today! Renner Company, Inc. ''Insurance of All Kinds" Phone 236 Personals Mrs Fred Rtonks and Mrs. f u n k Ruxton left Saturday morn- mc for a week's vacation at Colo- rndn Springs. Colo. Miss Alma Fulrall of M«rl»nna ' " , " KUCM m the home of Mrs. . Ella n Hurst. She will be here for i inter weeks. Fred K Curtis irturned Suildav from HIUKS Air Force Base El I »MV Ti-x.-ij. where ho completed Air Force R O . T C . summer ramp. Mr. and Mis. Arch Cloud and «fln». l.yle and J. B, returned Thursday evening from vlsltinj friends and relatives In Kansus. ' Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Gordon returned from * w»ek In Dallas. Texas, where h* attended the j Souihwen Institute for Chimbdr 1 Managers EVERYTHING Democratic Notional Cammitttvman ·Ml SUPflfB FAYETTEVILLI IRON and METAL CO OOVHtNftUMT AVt Political Ad Paid for by Noble Gi Cost of Electric S«rvic« t. DYItt, Division MARAOdl

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