Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 25, 1952 · Page 2
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 25, 1952
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1 MOiTMWT AMAMtAS MIIIMIimHHUIIINHMIIUIIIMIIIHIHIIIHIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIHIHIIIIIIIUl Arfc«««», Friday, My M, I Ml New State Officers Of 4-H Clubs MRS. KATHIKN DOZItt HiniliintiiliniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiin Daily Calendar of Events Saturday , , . Artiiip and Cra/tsmcn Children'* Workshop, NCJIT Lake KaycUcvJIIc 10 .1. rn. ; 100 Attend Quarterly Meet Of H.D. County Council Approximately 100 attended washlnjton County Council i n j of Home Demonstration -Clubs yesterday at the Horrow ·""CrniiTh. rlubs for the third quarterly meeting wcr 1 Dutch Mlllj, Evansville, Skylluhl and Vineyard. The theme for the nwetine was "family fun nnd rwrcation," and roll call w»s In keeping w i t h the theme. Mrs. Hugh Williams, Council president, called the meetlns to order, after which group singing vas led by Mrs, Ann Venable \vlth piano accompaniment by Mrs Orn Mntlock of Dutch Mills. Mrs. Ann Venable led the Home Demonstration creed, nnd the devotion, Given by Mm. Be«s Winsted. wa« the 21st Psalm and the Lord's Prayer, which was repeated in unison by the flroup. During the business meeting. $30 was jlvrn for toclnl welfare work at. the Veteran's Hospital. It was announced that the state meeting will be held hew, September Jrd. 4th and 5th. The program was hlghllsjhted ty a demonstration of food preparation, given by Mlsj Lorrain WHUms, home economist, who prepared .chicken, two casserole dishes and Ice box cookies. These dlshej were given as door prizes to Mrs. Nina Rowley and Mrs. Bell Harrison. A basket lunch was served at noon and ot Intervals during the day, fkits were presented. The; were; "Gqlng Fishing," Skylight Club; "The Viper Is Comins,' Vineyard; "The Family pVnle.' Evansvlllr; "All Work and Nr Ploy Makes Jack A Dull Bov,' Dutch Mills. . JHoll To Be Manager ' Of Hope Penney Store Harrcll H«ll, who has been ns- ·ktant manager of the J. C. Penney Company store in Fayello- ville for the last four and one- half years will become manager of the Penney store in Hope, iArk., effective July 19. He will report there next week, and his family will follow later. Hall cnme to Fayettevilli' from Fort Smith, and prior 1o that he ·nd hl« family lived In Ada, Okla He has been,active in civic affairs of the city, and Is o former chairman of the Retail Merchants Committee of the Chnmbe.- n f Commerce.. He hai just relumed from training at Camp Chnffce with the organized reserve-, In which he is an officer. ; Shower Given y Willis Ricketts At Parents' Home 1 Winfielri M c M u r t r c y , bridc- | groom elect of Miss Jeannine j Campbell, was surprised w i t h a shower last n i g h t , given by Willis nickctts at the home or his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn nickctts. As guests arrived, they wore served a Dutch lunch on the patio, during which they were entertained with TV .showing of the convention. Later in Ihc evening, g i f t s were unwrapped by the honored guest. Among the 15 guests was McMurtrey's father. A. W. McMurtrey Sr., of Poteau. Okla. i Baldwin H.D. Club Has Rug Demonstration The Baldwin Homo Demonstration C l u b met Monday at the ^ome of MIT. Ed Huberts with Mrs. A n n a Catcs as co-hostcjs. Seventeen members Minuted and three guests. Mrs. Ralph Cooper, Esther Lou Wilson nnd Mrs. G. R. Hale, The meeting was opened hv Mrs. Henry Baum, president, who led the group In repeating The Lord's Prayer. Mrs. A n n a C'ales gave the de- voilon, a t h u m b n a i l sketch of the "Book of Acts.'" Discussions were held on the Fair booth project, I n d i v i d u a l exhibits and attendance of the County Council meeting. A report on a dinner, served to the Jersey Breeders Association, was given by Mrs. Baum. Mrs. Forest King, Home Industries leader, gave a demonstration of brnlded rugs. She showed color relations, rug materials, dying techniques and braiding with five strands Instead of the usual Ihrcc. She demonstrated the steps of m a k i n g an oval shaped rug. Mra. Clem Gentry acted as ntic- lloneer for the quarterly sale, which nelted $8,95. Mrs. Anna Cates won the mystery package. Mrs. M.ilcom Slipfncr acled a s ' ecretary In the absence of Mrs. | ^conard Couch. Announcements CMUm'i Workabop *f Ozark Council of Ariliti and Craitsmen The Children's Workshop of the Ozark Council of Artists and Craftsmen will meet for classes at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning at the _ site near Lake Fayetteville. Han'dwcaving and leatherwork will be taught and instructions in creative dramatics, folk tinging and dancing will continue. Births Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Leo Thompun Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Leo Thompson of Springdale,- announce the birth of a daughter, July 24, at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mr«. Estes McLeod Mr. and Mrs. Esles McLeod of Springdale, announce the birth of a son, July 24, at the City Hospital. Mr. Mri Mr*. (Mb B. Wkatler Mr. and Mr«. Otis B. Whatlcj of Fayetteville, announce the birth of a son, July 25, at the bounty Hospital. Form ing ton Church To Honor Pastor, Wife Farminjfton - (Special) - The Rev. and Mrs. A. L. Higgs will be honor guests tonight at a reception on the lawn of the Methodist Church, given by members of the congregation. Mr. Rifts was reassigned to the church as pastor at the recent district convention. The reception is to Itart at ":30 o'clock. * AdvertlM ta taw TDRft-ll M7*. It's Cherry Picking Tim* in Arkansas Enjoy lh« frulli of food B«T»rnm»nI. Pol. Adv. tor by Chtrry for Governor Committtt. ny«tt.vlll«. The Book that Conquers Fear The f a l s e rnuk of evil's homed power is torn off by Christian Science. SCIENCE and HEALTH with Kty to the Sftiptuftg ly Miry Biker Eddr shov/s to any sincere seeker · Ihe way of liberation. This book that conquers fear is studied together with the Bible. These are the Christian Science textbooks, which may, be rciu ur obtained at ' CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM Corner Forrttt ·net Lafayette 3 P.M. to 5 P. M. Each day except Sundays and Holidays The newly-elected slate officers of 4-H dubs of Arkansas pose at the University for a picture Front I row left to r l s h , Kay Kent ol Hempstcad County. , nn|f leader; A. L. Lowe of Miller County, prcsidem Barbara Kell ,, Garland County, secretary; M.rttn Vickcrs, Lafayette County, sonr- leader-back row n u l h navis, Columbia County, vice president; .loe Slroud, De.sha County, vice president; Ilfc Lee Coons' r n u l k n e r County, vine president. Jimmy Van Parr, Jackson County, a vice president is not in the picture.' (Puska TIMESFOTO) Janice Palmer Honored With Surprise Party City Hospital Gives Picnic At Wedingfon City Hospitiil employes picniced nt L u k e Wellington nn Wpdncsdny afternoon. Following Is the personnel of IhoEff who attended: ..,,..,. M I 1 D I . K m . , nurses, Mte H u t n RHey, Mr, ,1. ^'fl.' H?U, Mr!"an',1 S. Ivnox. .IcssH' Arney, Pearl Sidney Hall and Mi' Walker. Edna lUorelnrk- ! K i n r - n i ^ l ' C a m p b e l l - B e l l Bargain Basement Buys Miss Janice Palmer was honored w i t h a surprise party, observing nor 13lh birthclav, Tuesday even i n g at her homo on West'Maple Street. Hostess, Mrs. Forrest Palmer, was assisted bv Mr. and Mrs, H u g h Kincaid, Dr. and Mrs. Mr. am! Mrs. James .. - ...iss Neita Ann K i n r a i d . Gifls were opened carlv In the evening. prccerlins a b u f f e t sup- ·per, served on the lawn. This was followed by dandnp.. | G u e s t s were Patsy Davis, Mebane Harrison. Mary Johnson, Marilyn Ambrose. Phyllis Campbell,! Mary Jo Shullz, Dec-Icy Kincaid, i Bill A d o i r , .lorlie Grumpier. John A t k i n s o n , Dorothv ,lon n s. J i m m y I l a t f i e l d , Donnic McGaugh, Billy W h i l f i c l d , and Paul YOUIIR, Jr. Out of town guests were Miss . . . S a r a h Stone a n d brother, Bill Became of Ihc rainstorm t h a t j Stone, of Nocona, Texas, and George Mitchell of Slilwell, Okla W n l k o r , Kdna lUorclnck; Aldus. Polly PycMt, H u t h Fcl- ber, Klsic Sultle, Irlcan Alexander, Kslcr Woods. Others resonated with t pital a d m i n i s t r a t i o n ; J Maycs, Frances Slricklo Smith, M y r t l e Hope. Carr. nnrtor, Gladys Lawson, Clark. 1 hos- ':inc Hae A l e x Kay c Attending ns quests were Ollle Milsap, Bcrlha E. Harper, Mary Alexander, Janet strloklrr, Sandra Morelnck, and W i l n i t a Mayes. DENNIS THE MENACE aflernonn, tho party was held in Ihc Recreation Hall of the Administration Building. Entertainment was afforded by a .series of Ramos, followed- by anecdotes and stories, Riven by members of the group. Food brought for the picnic was spread on table* nnd served to all. Consensus of Ihe party was lo make the picnic nn a n n u a l a f f a i r for City Hospital employe;.- House Warming Given For Dee Smith Family j A surprise house warming v:as, nivcn M o n d a y evening fur the j ing at the coffee service was Kl'iss Rev. nnd Mrs. Dee Smith of Wins- Pamela Palmer. Miss Janice Pallow. Friends nnd relatives En!tiered nt t h e i r home and presented them \ v f t h furniture for their living room. A basket supper was served on the lawn and music was provided by a t.ipe recording of the Rarlholomew Q u a r t e t . The party, which lasted u n t i l hile in the eve- nine, was a t t e n d e d by 93 guest?. Mr. and Mrs. S m i t h , w i t h their son, Edward, and daughter, Barbara, have only recently moved their home in Wlnslow. Texas Visitor Complimented At Coffee Mrs. M. P. Wilson of McAllen, Texas was cnmplimenlod with an Informal coffee, given Wednesday M K i r n i i i K by Mrs. Forrest Palmir.- at her home on East Maple Street. Lavender hibiscus was used as Ihc table centerpiece, anil presid- mcr assisted in serving. Among the 15 guests were out of town guesls, Mrs. Fletcher Hall of Chicotah, Oltla., and Mi;. Sarah Stone of Nocona, Texas. Picnic Supper Held By Baptist Ford Club tests were followed by two versions of drop-the-handkerchief. The next meeting was planned to be held at the. Arthur Miller home, August 27. Sunbeam Club Meels With Mrs. Henbest The Sunbeam Club met at the home of Mrs. Juanita Henbest, Thursday morning. The devotion, Riven by Mrs. Judy McCormick, opened the meeting. Roll call follower! and was responded to by each member naming a favorite sport. Mrs. Wilma Spears received the mystery package. The remainder of the morning' was spent in doing embroider work, with a luncheon served at noon by the hostess. Jt was announced t h a t the next meeting of the club will be held at the home of Mrs. Celesta Hulse August 14. FOR COUNTY JUDGE Elect Roy Scott Present County Clerk · EXPERIENCED AND RELIABLE · Scott will give you better form to market roods, end will Pftmote and assist in building more hard surface and gravel reads. Y00« VOTI AND INFLUENCE Will IE OMATir APPRECIATED Roy A. Scott oWlUctl Ml pild for by Roy A. Scott, F«yott»v Illf Shop In Cool Comjort Our Store Is Now AIR-CONDIIIONED Cool refrigerated air every inute of these hot days. Now you can enjoy shopping at our store, where you can find shoes for the entire family. Visit our store often and enjoy the delightful comfort wo hove provided for you. VELVET STEP, CONNIE and NATURAL POISE SHOES FOR WOMEN CITY CLUB SHOES FOR MEN WEATHER-BIRO SHOES j FOR CHILDREN Washable SUMMERETTES And a Complete Line of TENNIS SHOES and HOUSE SLIPPERS (MMAN'S SHOE STORE EAST SIDE SQUARE PHONE 707 The Ford Club mot for .1 picnir supper on the lawn of Ihe Clyde Jones farm, Wednesday evening. There were 1?. inerr.bcrs present w i t h their families. Mrs. Cora l l o u g h l a n d of Tulsa, Okla., was a guest of the Miller family. Contests nnd games were held j for entertainment. The potato race was won by Mrs. C. A. Blackburn and sack race winner was the nephew of C. A. Blackburn. Con- WILL SPEAK TONITE! Station KGRH 9:30-10:00 P.M. Political ad paid for by Arthur Ormond, Campaign Manager. LAVISHLY TRIMMED SLIPS by STRAINLESS $198 1 The b*tt ilip for tht monty we have b»n abb to find In wotnabl., luxury crepe trimmed lavishly of top and bottom with fine lacti. Size, 32 to 40. Wt hav« juit r«c«tv«d these, .o you wi || h av. a wond.rful .election NYLON TRICOT SLIP Reg. $3.98 Vol. $3.9* valut in 40-d«nitr nylon t r i c o t , full cut tlip with lac* trim top and bottom. A limittd · upply of then, to ihop ·arly. NYLON TRICOT HALF SLIP CLOSEOUT GROUP, 60 ONLY "T" BLOUSES, Reg. $1.98 From Betty Kay SLEEVELESS GINGHAM BLOUSES 2 From Painrset SUNBACK DRESSES Clearance 22 only GABARDINE SKIRTS sizes 12 to 20 Summer Pastel Shades 80 Reg. $3.98 vol. 90' 198 2" 1 Men's Summer Weight ·At Reduced Prices SLACKS Still telling ort these tremendouus value groupt of men'i lummer weight slacks. Regular volues to $7.98. Selling at reduced pricei of $3 and $5. Not all patterns in all sites. 3 5 You'll find DAIRY QUEEN ·dds the "p«rty fouch" to centaloupe, pie; c«ke »nd other ferorite home deuerti. Pied up · quirt of more of tmo-o-oth, delicious DAIRY QUEEN tonight. Perfect foi perties, fool lUn Mutat liln tmi · im»if IMMII · tJMT 700 North College I. 50 m Just a Few MEN'S STRAW HATS $ 1 18 Only Men's S. S. DRESS SHIRTS short Sleeve - - Summer weight Reg. $2,50 vol. Rayon Knit in Pastel Colors BOXER SHORT and VEST . Both BARGAIN BASEMENT -T3II BARGAIN BASEMENT

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