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July 29, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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-NOffTMl , July 2f, 1»5J Society MM. KATMlsm DOZN* MHiMmiiiiitiiiiitiiimiimiiiiH iimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiii iiniuiii · Daily Calendar of Events · Tonight . . . Sub Deb Club. Sug Catc, 7 Naval Reserve Composite L'nll, Knton n u i l d i n R , 7 3fl6lh Military l.:..vcrnmcm (irnup, J J 2 ' « West Center Street. 7:30 Wednesday . . . First-Fourth Grade Party. Country Club, 11 a. m. M.vrhrnge Club. Ferp.uson'j, 12 Fifth-Sixth Gride Parly, Country Club, 2.-30 Nival Recerve Electronic Company 8-8 Drill, Ea«on Building 7 Dclt-i Sigma, Dnn Lewis, 7:30 Knppa Alpha Phi, 5 East Rock Street, 7:30 08)1 Volunteer Air Force Reserve Training Squadrori 7:30 I. O. C. F., 1OOF Hall, 8 Two Will Spend Time At Youth Foundation Camp I ."is Jean Smith, of Kaycltevlllf, and .Jim R. KimbrouKh, of Route B, Ka.votteville, w i l l each ipend two weeks at the American Youth Foundation ramp at Shelby, Mich., ns representallves of the U n i v e r s i t y College of A g r i c u l t u r e this month. Miss Smith left for Oliver. A cottn wu given Thurj- day morning for tht fueiti. Mrs. J. K. Johnson, who i« a patient at Barnm Hospital in St Louis, Mo., ii reported to be 1m- provint following surgery. Announcements Obituary Quake Victim Meeting Harrell Halls Entertained At Butfet Supper Mr, and Mri. Dale Cooper entertained Thursday evening with a b u f f e t supper, served on the patio of their home on Assembly Drive. Guccis of honor were Mr. and I "nnfr of the Northwest A r k a n s a s , , Mrs. Harrell Hall, who will leave I Contractors Association, held last! foon to make their home In Hope, evwlng at Lake Alalanta, Rogers Contractors Attend At Lake Atalanta Approximately 0 contractors, their wives and guests attended the regular monthly meeting and' Country Club Ferllei I Chllrlrcn of thr first grade I through the fourth jjrade in! ; school will he entertained at a party tomorrow morning from 11 a.m. to 1:311 p.m., at the Country c.-imp Saturday July 28) and w i l l c l u h - There will be swimming, return nn Aujjusl 10. Mr. Kim- I l u "ch and camel for a l l . The f i f t h braiRh w i l l attend the ramp later i and , si . xlh *''?!«» wil1 nave their in August. i F.acii year the College of Agrl- | i - u l l u r o selects two freshmen a n d : , ill two junior students In receive 1) !\ n f o r t h leadership training scholarships. The freshman boy ;ind girl atlend leadership camp for two weeks. The j u n i o r students spent two weeks at the camp and two additional weeks in St. I.ouls as guests of the Ral- iilon Purina Company, t?king a special course in leadership train- Ing. The two juniors selected to re- ] ceive fellowships are John D. I Glower of Monticcllo and Mildred Bullington of MtCrory. Jim Klm- broufih and Mary Lou I.ooklnjf- bill, of Springdale, were selected, as freshmen representatives. Since Miss Looklnjblll was unable to attend the camp, her alternate, Lois Jean Smith, is taking her party from 2:30 to 5 p.m., and be allowed to bring one guest. There will be s w i m m i n g , badminton, croqiifl and refreshments. In case of rain the parties will be postponed Jor one week. where Mr. Ksi! vl-; be manager of Pcnncy's Store. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hose, Mr. and Mrs, Bill Hitter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Welbourn, Mr. and Mr«. E. F. Whltchurch and Mr. and Mfs. George Faucet!. Utley And Company Employes Entertained j Jasper Pyeutt and Haskell Utley I entertained the employes of Utley and Company with a picnic *upper Saturday afternoon on farm near Gravettc. attended were: Those who Mrs. Mary Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hurley, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pollltt, Miss Diana Dcth- erlce, Mr. and Mrs. Geor«e Cau!!e, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Ferjuson ·nd r!au»hter.«, Mr. and Mrs Pyeatt, Mr. and Mn. Utley and ·on, Tommy. Mr. and Mri. Eddie Mackey and ·ons, Wayne, Phil and David, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sargent were thorn wha attended from Rogers. Sprinjdale, Roger* and Siloam Springs were present for the occasion, at -which time the purpose and plans for the organization w«r* discussed. Following, the chicken dinner, Tltui Chlnn of Slioam Springs told of the cooperation of the people of Siloam Springs in planning and promoting the Frontier Day celebration^ Young People Relurn From Kon-MizzoCamp Seven young people f r o m Chrlsl's Church returned Salurclny from « week at Knn-Mlr. I Ian Service Camp, lo They are: Ruby llainmnnri, Virgh Joan Southern, Willarlec Lu Mno TwIgRs, Johnn. Three H. D. Clubs To Meet This Week Home Demonstration C l u b s , meeting this Friday, are Skylight, F.vansvllle and Mineral Snrings. The Evansville Club will meet w i t h Mrs. Beatrice Barter at 2 p. m. and the Mineral Snrlngs Club w i l l meet at 1 p. m., in the C o m m u n i t y House. Time and place of the Skylight meeting has not boon announced. Organized Reserves To Leave For Training P.h.I. Club The Pahala Club will meet Thursday at 2:30 p.m., with Mrs D. J. Collins, Highway 45, east. Friendly Circle Meets At Cole Home A meeting of the Friendly Circle Club was held Monday evening in the home of Mrs. Everett Cole. Nin? members answered the roll cill by giving a household hint. The business meeting wai followed by a social hour, d u r i n g which time games were pliyed. The mystery package was won by Mrs. Harvey Warford. Concluding the evening, refreshments w«re served by the hostess. Officers Elected By Cemetery Association The Ml. Salem Cemetery Assocl- Funeral services for Miss Marylin Taylor, 13, daughter Taylor of Sprinsdale, Hattie Lange, New York City, of Pea Ridge by the Rev. Ray- Mrs. Frances Irvine, Greenfield, Mo., Mrs. Kathcrine Suddath, Whitesboro, Texas, and Mrs. Gladys Plowrian of Hannibal. Mo.; seven grandchildren and one great-grandrhild Mrs. Wiintuii. had been a resident of Faycttevilla for more t h a n | :30 years. She wns a member of I mond Woodworth. pastor of the Pea Ridge Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in Simbury cemetery by Miller's Funeral Home. ; Drlta Gamma Mothers Club and pait i Club, president of the Pahala ind belonged to various j other organizations. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 10:30 a.m., at Moore's Funeral Chapel, and burial will be at Fairviev/ cemetery. Mn. Maggi* Entity Pea Ridgc-(Special)-Mrs. Maggie Easley. 86. died Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Maud McLcod of near Rogers. She was a native of Washington County, but had spent most of her life at Pea Rltige. Surviving are her husband. Frank Easley; one daughter, three stepdaughters, one grandchild, and two creat grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted this afternoon at the Little Flock Primitive Baptist Church by the Rev. W. A. Carrett of Tulsa, Okla. Burial was in the church cemetery by Miller's Funeral Home. . ation met Sunday at th tery e Ml. Salem . Church for election of officers, as follows: Roy Gore, Charlti B. W«ll«.l«y R o g e r s - ( S p e c i a l ) - C h a r l e s B. ... . Welleslev. 86. long-time resident as killed in the ! nt Pea Hidge. riled Sunday at his j home near Jane, Mo. A native of Michigan, he spent 20 years of his life at Pea Ridge and Jane. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Welleslev: five sons. Wilbur. Clarence, and Everett of Jane, Howard of Onoway, Mich., and C. .1. of Rock Creek, Kan.; two daughters. Mrs. Elizabeth Ed- Otto Want''fck~ died"a't'h'or" home ' warrls of F l i n l - Mich - a " d Mrs. . McGarrah Springdnle - (Special) - Samu- I el A. McGarrah, 82, of Lowell j Route 2. died last night in a Rogers convalescent home. He was born September 14. 1869, at Lo- j well, and had lived there all of his life. He was a member of the Pentecostal Church. Surviving are one son, Albert McGarrah of Springdale, Mrs. A r t h u r Main and Mrs. W. E. Main, both of Lowell, and Mrs. C. C. McMurphy of Guadalepe, Calif.; one brother, George McGarrah of Springdalc; 25 grandchildren, and six great grandchildren. Funeral services will b« conducted at 2 p. m. Thursday at -the Callison-Sisco Funeral Home Ollie Hackett. Burial will be Frisco Springs cemetery. LIKI Iff £i Thru ·«··* ·* U T T t l ond ,^ UNION IUS DEPOT 103 N. College Phone It Charttr · But for Qtvup Trips and Allen Burba, Ollic Cordes, Raj-mond Hulscy and Dovle Wright, of Springdalc. Mn. lull* Wantuck Mrs. Lulls T. Waniucli, w i f e of j president; Bobby Smith, vice president; Ben Hicks,! Shelblna, Mo., the dn-.ighler of the director: F,sther Harris, secretary; | late Judge Chnrles H. Myers and 1200 North College at 11-20 i Lyriir ' 1 ppleT ' s °n of Ono . . . sn.. Sunday. She was born in : cranrtrhilden, and 26 grcat-grand- 30 and Carrie Reed, treasurer. A colltrlion of $130 was taken and will go toward the upkeep of the cemetery. Speakers for the children. Funeral services Sarah C. Myers, and was one of i dur-tod tomorrow bins of Durham, tho Rev. Noel Dodd of Fayettevillc, and the Rev. Two u n i t s of the Organized Re: Berl Dodd of Seminole, Okla. serve Corps will leave for Camp . mond. and Jlmmle Wilson. Fred Huckclberry, pastor o Chris- ; Polk. Ln.. for two weeks of traln- IIIE h u g i n n i n E August 17 The mills nre tho 807th Order of B a i l i e r)ptai'hm»nl and 380th Translater Detachment. Since last year, the two weeks t r a i n i n g hns become a compulsory p;irt of the Army's organized rc- i. K a n . n Baird. Curtis, Hnm- of Christ's Church, and his Haughter, Miss Nola Huckelbcrry, accompanied the group. Mr. Huckelberry was one of the evangelistic speakers for the camp. serve corps program. Personals DENNIS THI MINACE ly Kttchom meeting were the Rev. Noah R o b - i otto Wantuck; one daughter, Mrs. Frances Lehn of Fayetlerille; three sons, Harold W a n t u c k of Tulsa, Charles M. About one-third of the United Stales is arid or semi-arid. Indians eslablished irrigation works in the Southwestern Unilecl States long before the coming of the White Man. will be con- afternoon at six children, the first to break the | Simshury Church IS miles north f a m i l y circle. ' She Is survived by her husband, ft GALLON Vinilia Ice (ream 63c HolloiH) Bnn. locker Plant Charles M. Wantr.clc of Springfield, Mo., and Maj. Louis j H. Wantuck of Camp Chaffee; one I brother, William T. Myers of I Hannibal, Mo.; four sisters, Mrs. Summer Clearance Used Rebuilt PIANOS Wholesale Prices Terms If Desired 70S S. School Phone 3021 Southwest Piano Service Penny Harrison of Tulsa, O k l a . , , is v i s i t i n g here this week with ! J u l i e Perry. I Pvt. Jerry Lollar left Sunday bv plane for Cnmp I.awton. Wash , n f l o r spondiriK a M-day furlough liorn with his mother, Mrs. Ruby Lollar. He will leave from Camp Lawton for overseas duty. Mrs. Bruce Holcomh returned this morning from Ardsley, N Y where she has visited for 'the past f i x weeks with her son, Richard Holcomb. Ntw imy-Blooming Variety I "Blaze Red" Frank and Mary Ann Sharp of ' I l i R h w a y 62, west, returned Frl- ! day from their vacation in Texas, ' where they visiled in Tyler, Corpus Christ!. Alice, and islands along the g u l f coast. AFRICAN VIOLETS Dottni of » » « c - » » Mr. and Mrs. M. 13. Sladc rnt-r- Iallied w i t h a d i n n e r party Sunriav evening at their home, 'in honor of Mrs. T. J. Walker of Little Rock. Olbor guests were Mr. and Mrs. O. A. .lenninss and Dr. and Mrs Howard Murray. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Milam arrived Friday evening from Dallas. Texas, and were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Ir- vln or Old Wire Rosrl. Yesterday he Irwins and t h e i r pnnst? spent i ho day at Roaring River. ' to. £-_ « p Mr«=. I. r. Adams and dauRhlor, liincho. have returned to their home in Shawnec, Okla.. after a visit w i t h Mrs. Adams' sisters, the M'ssos Rnrhrl. Kathryn and Bess I Jumbo Bloomft ' Here's i new and b s a t i t t f u l variety oT A f r i c a n Violets j t h a t many folkj' my bloom* no easily If* amazing Gorgeous rich red blooms up lo ,1 inche.i wide! Big velvety di Kreen leaven. Bloom for years. Sent In bud or about to bud. ( P l a n t s are ihipped In special pucka** for extra protection--not In breakable pots). Send $1 for 1, nr better s t i l l J2 for 3. poitnafd. C. O. D.'* welcome. If not delighted re I urn for your money buck. Limited supply BO don't wait to KRUSI HURSIR1IS DIPT. U4M ·(·*fflfltft*«, HlitlfU Srnd me "Bla« Red" African Vloleu Name .. Addrts* They're Here! And Only Here! ?. Double SAII be careful when driving on the highways during this vacation season. be carefree by having adequate insurance coverage f o r your family's protection. Cravens Co., Inc., Ins. INSURANCE "7« Rusiucss For Your Protection" CRAVENS BUILDING Stamps Wednesday, July 30 at [Moore's Gift Shop 25 N. Block St. ll 53-picce S«t ...'/i off M Brass Lamps % off JEgg Platts '/, off IA Selection of After Dinner Cups and Saucers '/i off Other Items Reduced Stroke of genius: luxurious fur collars on brealhtakingly beautiful coats with magnificent linei, magnificent fabrics! Come tee, comt marvell Ours Alonel Shown at l e f t : Dyed squirrel scarf ovc-r a m a n d a r i n collar--the coat in all-wool 'oopcri fabric. Tho collar can be worn in m a n y ways for interesting variety. Sizes 8 to 18. RiEht: N i t u r a l sheared beaver collar on a coat of Anglo's all-wool Nobella Sizes 8 io 18. Both furs processed by Hollander. Air Conditioned For Your Comfort GLAMOURI Open Q Charge Account Use Our Layawoy or Budget P|on "One of Arkansas' Fine Stores" ··»«««.«»t«»e»».

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