Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 29, 1952 · Page 6
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 29, 1952
Page 6
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Springdale A fir»t aid traininf clisi i s b- ing held here by the Washington County chapter of the Red Cross. The cliwes began Monday night ind will be .held each night through Friday. Mrs. R. W. McCorklndaie was in charge of the activities Saturday morning at the weekly children s Story Hour at the Public Library. All children from six to 12 are invited to attend the story hour this Saturday. y A new class in handweaving ·nd leather work op-ned Saturday at the Children's Workshop The course is being «ponsored bv he Council of Ozark Artists and Craftsmen. Guests last week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bailey and children, Sammy and Barbara, on Waple Avenue, were Mrs. Bailey's irother and sister-in-law, Mr..and ·Irs. Lester Allen and children =,""-l«y. Patricia, and St-vie, of Mollne, 111. They are also visiting other relatives and friends in and irounrt Springdale. A singing convention was held at 1:30 Sunday afternoon at the Goshen Nazarene Church. Bruce McCoy is the manager. Th- Coon Hunters quartet took part on the program. Several people from Springdale attended. Prairie Grove Mrs. ,T. Frank Holmes «nd Mr!. , Rob Magruder entertained the Past Time Club at the home of Mrs. Holmes Friday. Punch was served as t h e buests assembled. | Rook and canasta were player! .'during the atfcrnoon. Guests of 1 club were Mrs. Liford Gibson o f ' \ New Orleans. Mrs. Alton Cole of Theodore Drive. Sunday dinner gu«t» included Mrs. Ruth B. Allison of Springdale. Mr. and Mrs. John Rose have as their guest, Mrs. H S. Bennett of Auburn, Wash. Mary Ann and ./immie Marrs, children of, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Marrs of Magazine, spent the weekend wi'h Ihoir a u n t . Mrs O. E. Hawkins of Springdale. Mrs. P. W. Boone of Springdaie has gone to Buford, Ga., to visit her son-in-law and daughler Mr and Mr.-. Clyde Wallis and baby. Before Mrs. Boone returns hom- she will also visit Indian Rocks, St. Petersburg, and other points in Florida. A group of Sprinirdale residents left Friday morning to attend the Cheyenn?. Wyo.. Frontier Days Rodeo. Those taking the t r i p were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Harp. Mr. and Mrs. .foe Robinson, Harold and Patricia Parsons, Mayor and Mrs. H. R. Sharp and daughter Miss Nina Faye Sharp. Miss Joyce Perry, the 1!)52 Springdale R i d i n g Mace Howell and family. They le rodpo 6n ° i ' " * 0 . f '-'Lrvuir, wncn employes O! ! son. Rodney, of M a n h a t t a n Beach. I goes to open a slo = H Jelforri Relit, Mrs Tom" B~U5ho'ng ' ' Mrs. A r t h u r Thurman and Mrs. Burl Horlon. .'HOC Blakemore. Frances Gar- · rett and Anita Tunnell have re: turner! from Fayetteville wrier: they attended the a n n u a l Arkansas , 4-H stile camo at the University i . Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Berger a n d ' ; son of Odessa. T?xas. are soend-! Doctor Reports New Child Nomed "Adlai" ' Tyronz., Ark.-(/P)-A delegate to the Democratic National Convention, Dr. L. H. McDaniels, performed his first medical duty since returning here by bringing Adlai Stevenson Bel! into the Dr. McDaniels was at the convention Friday when Gov. Adlai Stevenson was nominated for the presidency. Saturday he delivered Chaney Glover Bell's sixth child named after the Illinois governor. Sulphur City · Bergen·.,,,f spendingTaTof thelr' i i m e at fishing spots in Northwest i A « 1 m _ _ _ _ I Mr. Mrs. N a t h a n Brooks supper on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Troy Ryan- and sons of Putman Street left Monday on a vacation trip to Lake Norfork. Mr. Ryan is the manager of Rowlands in Springdale. Miss Carolyn Barnes of West Huntsville Street is visiting her aunt in McAllen, Texas. She also visited relatives and friends in Pans and Dallas, Texas. Miss Madeline Hardister of Fayetteville w»s « weekend guest In the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W A HirdisUr and son, Eddie or Stevenson of near W. A. Shaffer, who lives west on in Highway 63, ,-,,., ,,,,,-..,, County Hospital Saturday Calli5on-Si3co ambuulance. The Springdale Fire Deparlm answered a call to the Ted Saum j M r an farm Monday morning at 101 children The Happy Hour Club met at Ihe manse Friday with Mrs. G C Birlwell as hostes*. Guests were Mrs. A r t h u r McCormick, Mrs Rosemary Simons. Miss Eula Butler. Miss Virginia Butler, and Bentonville were damage was reported. . on with the times--reat* T'MES dill;. By J. R. Williams Mrs. George Wallace has returned from a visit of several days wrth her sister. Mrs. Emma Dear- Mr?. G.' C. Bidwell was the i Dl'lh K s n to cart hi. vote Miss Ellen Marie Clark who .,,, \\7oft J7x-».£ \V f i t rOrK nri M Martcra, Calif., who have been v i s i t i n g relatives in Fayetteville I for the past three weeks, were jcucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sharp 1 Saturday and Sunday. Mrs Sharp I is the siter of Mr. Colthar. Mr. and Mr. J. C. I.assiter and children visited Mrs. Lassiter's I parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hear- I ids? of St. Paul, Saturday. I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Underbill had as Sunday guests, Mr. and ! Mrs. Iris Underbill of Verno. Mo.:' Mr. and Mrs. Lenarct Underbill of j AND UP ON THE MILL rTS HIM OR ME? THIS TIME I WON'T PAIL' TMEVVE DISAPPEARED XTTTHEOTVIBJ END OF THE,UUE. TvevbE TAKING MiAL RIDE -mts 4LL WCMT, GIRLS. WE LL CO ABOUND THE LAKE ONCE MOPE. TMBN, WE'LL CO IN. OUT OUR WAY / V.OW.' J HE'S LIKE / TH' CITY NEIGHBOR \ I PKA6SIW6 A TENT THRU'iOUR IIEPSE !Bdkve /I or AW MtCONTIMUt 01f WKMI. IT (MY R A COUM OF DM KKW THE SUPPLY TRUCKS CAN THERf. VOL'lL FLY THJ STAC? AT ONCE, SO THEY CAN ORGANIZE THE CREWS. ARE FDRBIDDEM 16 EMTER THEIR HOMES * Houston .Te«5 ATE 18 DOZEN OWTERS ATONE Sim.Nfr ^ YOUR FRIEND S6EM5 TO BE HAVING A ROUSH TIME.^ IF ME NEf» HADN'T 1OU XklE, HE'5 3U«E BETTER SO / TC SAY. BUT UNTIL GIVE HIM ( HE DOM. HERES A HAND? X WHe«S 1 ST/V By Sr/e Burnett "I wouldn't be UMuilyhtvta day. Business was attended to in Ihe morning. Hoy Gore is president and Miss lister Harris SK- crelary and treasurer. Luncheon noon there was special music. Mrs. Bevins and her daughter, Mrs. McQueen, sang several songs. Miss Shirley Evans and MIES Osborn gave a duet. Bob Smith introduced the speakers for the afternoon, The Rev. Noah Robbins, of Durham. The Rev. Noel Dodd of Fsyetteville, and The Rev. Burl Dodd of Oklahoma. Glen Vaughn, 15, of Fayetteville, preached at the Baptist Church Sunday night. He was introduced by The Kev. Re.v Morgan of Fayetteville, who is doing evangelistic preaching in rural sections of Washington County. Others from Fayetteville attending the service were Mrs. Cora Elkins, mother of Glen and Mrs. Eex Morgan and daugh- The annual Sunday School convention for rural Sunday Schools d j ny ' a n d "«· Gregg's fater. John ' VIsited Mr - 8nd Mrs. Fred wo i ,, ' I attending business school in Little] * m Tulsa last i Rock, spent th? weekend with her! Mr - a n d Mrs - Arthur Oshorn · n a n - n t s , Mr. and Mrs. Herchel j a n d children, Gene and Bettv, of i -- - ^ Cattle ' Wash - are visiti iS 'Mrs. Osborn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Smith. Guests in the home of Mr and John Morris and son. Howard, of Farminjrton and Jerii Reed of Elkins visited Mr. and Mrs. Glen Reed Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Gene King and children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arch King over the weekend. Dean Harris, who was inducted last week, was sent, to Fort Sill, Okla., for basic training. Mrs. Howard Youngpeter and children, who have been visiting Mrs. Youngpeter's parents, Mr. Miss Emma Walker had as S'm- riay guests Mr. and Mrs. Eden of Washbiirn. Mo.: and Mr. and Mrs. Clint Walker rr Lowell. The Rev. and Mrs. John Asbell of Fnyetteville w e r e Sunday srucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Thonv as. Mrs. Asbell celebrated her birthday and the Christian Church congregation presented her with a b i r t h d a y gift. : Mr. and Mrs. Jake Winn have as their guest for several days, Mrp. Winn's sister. Mrs. R. E. Rey- monrj? of Manchester, Okla. For A Tiny School Belle TUESDAY F. 8:00 Dinner Music 8: IS StirlifhtTim * (1:30 Newj JM5 Qzarks Sports Btylew ^:00 Wayne Kin« Show Gabriel Heatter--M Rthymic Rendewous Lombardo on the Air 7:15 7:30 7:4S d:00 Election Results 9:00 Election Results 10:00 Election Results 11:00 Election Results 11:30 Election Results WEDNESDAY A. M. »:30 Rise 'n Shin* 5:50 R.F.n. 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine *:30 Markets and Wwlher 6:3^ Rise N' Shine ':00 Kofftc Kup Kapen 7:30 Morning News _7:4S Koffee Kup Kanera «:00 Robert Hurleigh-- M 8:15 Morning Devotions 8:30 Times Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel i 0:00 Morning Melodiei 9:1S Paula Stone Show 9:30 Take a Number 10:00 10:1.1 10:30 iToo" 11:1.1 11:2,1 11:30 11:45 11:55 Food for Thought Random Rhythm* Quee.n for a Day Rhythm Ranch Hands Bauckase Commentary News--M Church of Christ Musical Roundup Market Reports ^·hl^^B^-^J wac it ···run !.».,,,, lv ,,,,,, ,,,... .,,,,,, too critical of Jin«'« boy fri«nd! birli * n TM lnd Wh *" look ' nc ' or An artornhle l i l l i e yoked dress! for her first day ai school. Dainty e.vlct is used for pocket t r i m and i yoke and there's a saucv bow it ! the necklmee. It requires i minimum of fahrlc, loo. Pattern No. 8BS8 Is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 3 4 s «. 7. « years. Si?.e 4, l»» y« r ds of 39-Inch;' ' i yard contrast. Tor this pattern, »nd 30c tot F1ACII, in COINS, your name. ,d. dres.-., sizes desired, und the PATT K R N N t l M H K H lo Sue Bumelt, Northwest Arknnsas Times, l l s d Ave. Americas, New York .1(1, N. Y R party for you now -- Bitlc FASHION for 'S2, F.ll ,nd Winter. This new Issue Is filled with Ideas for snwt, practical n e w l n f i Irtfis for · new s««»on; gift p«t. I tern printed inijdt UN book, 25c. I WEDNEflDAY P. H. 12:00 .lordainaires 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chiiekwagon Jamboree lj:4,-) Riders of the Purple Sije 1:00 BASEBALL N»w York Y«nk«*i vj. Chicago While Snx 2:30 Aflernonn Varieties 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Pick 'n Time 4:00 Tunt Pick'n Tlm« 4'.10 Tun* Pick'rt Tim* .VOO The Merry M.llm.n^ ,V,10 Sonii nf th* B-Btr-D

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