Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 23, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 23, 1952
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V--MMTHWIfT AWANSAf TIMB, hyrttovUk. Artcm*. W«rfiM«day, July 11, If31 HOUR AND A HALF OF THIS, THEN HE CAUGHT ONE Springdale IOOKI IIKI A GOOD CAST, hut It took Republican presidential candidate General Elwrnhuwcr an hour and A half to catch a scvpn-lnch rainbow t r o u t (Jurln, 1 ; this «?Mion on the J,900-mcr« ranch of nil friend Akitl *tr Fraser, Co)., wh«rc he I* "doing nothing in a great bl£ way.*' (International Sonnilphoto/ . My flop! Helta* PHILLIPS 50 GASOLINE nd a i mart Pop } i nu' for ill around p nt}' Phillips M i 't^«rWwiih Il -TfM flcmrn assure tmtn ires fast a tarting ftn this. '\e got! He kno*' erformance wiih s the gasoline to i-Tcst energy! in Phillips ff tk performance. d evenly . . . pro- H lively iccclrra- tisoline because in'entlyl Phillips M Giso- ding lot he .season. or full-- it's right t a station where range and hfack The R«v. «nJ Mrs. C. L. BtrnM of Spiro, Okli., are fUMta thli j wefk In the home of th*ir son and I his family Mr. iinri Mrf. H. C. Barnes. They are accompanied by '· ihcir daughter Misf Oleta Barneft i also of Spiro and their grandson ; Davy I** BarnM who is stationed | at ("arswrll Air Fore* Base at Fort Worth. Knihert A. K i r r h o f f , assistant industrial agpnt of the Frisco Hail- road, flnrf Mr*. C. B. MichtJaon thp Ernrrfll a g r i c u l t u r a l agent visited the Sprinffdal* office Tuts- rfsy. The Winsome Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church met Tuesdav nieht in ths Jiunie of Mir-, "A- T. Pitts, Jr.. on Maple Drivp. Mrs. Stanley Jordan f»ve (he devotional thoughts for the evening. Mrs Leslie Buchanan w« in rhar«r of thr meeting in the absence nf the clafis president. At the rinse of the meeting refreshments were jcervp/i by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Polling who live northeast nf SprinRdale hgve returned from a t r i p tn Minne- ano!J5, Minn.. wherr Mr. Polling was host man at the wadding of his nephpw. Mrs. PolMnc served at Ihp rrreption following the cer- pmonv. Thev wprp arcomnanied hy Mr. Poline'f mothrr. Their twn children, Ro.'ky and Cindy, remained at home with their Rranrf- mothor Mrs. B. W. Ixinsanecker who livp« south of Springriale. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cooper and f h r i r daughter Connip of north HighwAv 71 vteitrd Mrs. Conper'c unrle. Wi»ber Wilson in Favette- vilte Sunday. They alfo visited in Baldwin in t h p home of Mrs. Coopprs crcat-uncle Dave Wilson and family. Thp fwn group?; "f Sunbeams of the First Rantist Church met Tuesday afternoon for a picnic in the p f f y park. Mrs. V. R. DuCote is ! the counselor of the older group i anri Mrs. Robert Harms is the | counselor for the younger group. j The RusinPss and Professional · Women's Club mot Mondav night I in thp homp of Mrs. Will Kennan I on Wept Emma Avenue. The meet| inc was held on the lawn and I a picnic supper with fripd ham- j buiTPrs was served. Thirty-two j mrmhprs and visitors werr pres- I p n l . Miss M a r y Sellars and Mrs. Ro.«;p Kva OvPt'ton furnished the rookies. The Riiests inrluried' Miss! N'plda H a r t l e y . Mrs. Betty Beeby, | Mrs. D. E. Richer, Mrs. Dale Feed, Miss Ida Jones, and Mrs. Marie Robinson. The Rev. Stanley Jordan, pastor of thp First Baptist Church, was the Ktiest speaker at the: Rotary Cluh Monday. Rev. Jordan was j introduced by the Program Chair- m a n , Vernon Matbis. He. Rave a t a l k on the Holy Lund which he toured recently. Other speakers on the proKrnm were; F*rel Hulick of Chicago, who discussed the present steel strike; Loyd McCon- nejl and Richard Greer of Fay- ;pt(pv!l!c who made brief announcements concerning their campaigns for office in thp Democratic primaries. Other tban these guests t h r r p werp eleven other out of town guests. The executive committee of the First Baptist Church met Tuesday afternoon at t h e home of Mrs. George Harner on Waylanri Avenue. Mrs. Lewis Epley we* in liHi-Rn of Ihp meeting. After the cvotional reports from the circle chairmen and various, other chairi- inen «ind committees were heard. ro tfH NfWS. ·aril wMkdiy, «t 730 AM, *vtr tf^ian KORH OKLAHOMA till 4 SUPPLY CO. INSURED against FOOD SPOILAGE Holds 217 OTASCO ii proud to o f f e r ou trm Hlf. R 2 Cubic FotM Homr Frcrjff * s PKH'Ii ji 1 1 w ""''i o*pfC! to *uy for » 6 ot 7 foot nK^id. Mcro't a Home i : rcvct »'ith plenty nf (Kp.i(i( Ii plj* for it^flf »nd shnppinj! i* kept .11 n m i n i m u m , A food bink f«r s^ini; in \ « u r - ,, bnmc. YOU WII.I, FIND IT "Tnp» in Vnlur!" Oklahoma QUALITY WMt I W« Sqvarf fhon* Ut -HOMI OF IETTER VALUES' A Personal Message to People of Washington County from IKE MURRY My visit in your county re- cently was much too brief. It did not provide an opportunity to visit many whom I would like to talk with personally about the issues that will be settled July 29th and August 12th. As Attorney General, I have enjoyed working in harmony and cooperation with the University of Arkansas.As Governor, I shall never fail to support its worthy objective. Fayetteville is entitled to a Member on the Board of Trustees who will be a liaison between the University's administrators, fac- ulty and students on the one hand and the remaining trustees on the other. When the situation with respect to the University's board reaches the point where Fayette- ville has no member, and Little Rock has four, it's time to see what can be done to rectify it when new appointments are sub- mitted to the Senate next year. The University is doing a magnificent work for the entire state, and should be supported by every branch of the state govern- ment without political embarass- ment or harassment. There's another pledge that I want to make, tpo. As Governor, I shall ask your representatives to vote as their consciences d i c t a t e . I shall threaten no reprisals a g a i n s t cither the University or their friends and associates if, on occa- sion, they oppose an administra- tion measure. Four years ago when I was one of four candidates for the Attorney General's office, you people in Washington County gave me 2,235 votes, a substantial majority over the field. I shall al- ways be grateful for your support in 1948, and I have tried to serve you faithfully in the years since that election. Now I come back to you and ask that you give me the oppor- tunity to use as Governor, the knowledge and experience in state government which I have acquired in your service for the past 15 years. IKE MURRY Candidate for GOVERNOR

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