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August 5, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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THIS 'N' THAT ABOUT TOWN XATHLCEK DOZ1EH More than 1,000 undergraduates, I alumni delegates and visitors are! txpected to attend the Lambda' Chi Alpha fraternity convention August 31 to September 3, at tlv Waldorf-Astoria in New York Jean Hersholt (Dr. Christian) wil deliver the address at the oificia banquet which will be held September 2. Those from the University chapter who plan to be there are Frank Brunner, Jr., c. Rodney Baker, Wilfred Morgan, Jr., Wade Egbert, Gilbert Buchanan, Doyno Dodd, Jr.; Bobby Norcross Jim Heckman, Jerry Hager, Buzz Johnson, Mack Walker and fiich- ard Battle. . . . Boarding the train Friday and settling comfortably in their drawing room were Norma Kennan, Paula Cummings of Springdale, Shirley King, "Miss Congeniality of Arkansas," from Blytheville, and Vera Cummings, Paula's mother, who are by now in Chicago. They are stopping at the Congress Hotel and will first attend the president's reception before beginning two weeeks of work. They are attending the National Association of Dancers and Affiliated Artists, the staff of which is composed of New York teachers. Rosalie Bent, who has been vacationing in Maryland, joined them there Saturday. The girls, who are pupils of Sue Kcl- lar, have with them Toby Jorgensen, dance instructor, who will be there for 60 hours work. MOfTKWIST AMAMSAS TUNIS, tayrtto***, -School Doys- », 1 Fashions for Children Ellen Smith tells us that the children's subteen parties at the Country Club Wednesday were well attended and afforded plenty of entertainment for all. She also Kives the blue ribbon winners for the swimming events in the afternoon for fifth and sixth graders. These are: free style for 10 yards, Pamela Palmer and C. C. 'McDonald; free style for 20 yards, Totie Alford and Dee Goff; free style for 40 yards, Anita Grcer and i ~ Dee; under water distance, Judy E. Stovall at Brent, and her sis-1 BY GAM DUGAS, MEW YORK --(NEA) --Going bick to school may be · lirk [or the college girl, but it'i a real trial to the small fry, whether she's returning or Just getting started. That's why, for the tmall girl on her first day at school, a dress that's fun to wear, in which she feels pretty, is a great aid to morale. It will, just as in the case. of her big sister, give her confidence and help her to get through the day with ease. The little girls shown here have been dressed by their mothers according to this very sound principle. Small girl (left) wears a green cotton by Kate Greenaway NEA WO '* UM*r that includes some geniic' cpula- polishing in its design. The bodice has an appliqued "For Teacher" and two red apple pockets. Crisp white pique Is used to band the puffed sleeves and form the collar. Her friend (center) wears a quilted button-on bib jumper from this same house. It's in schoolbook print cotton over a simple, short-sleeved blouse. Small artist (rifht) likes separates. She wears a three-piece outfit that -combines pleated plaid skirt, white blouse and red pique sleeveless jerkin that is gathered at the back waistline by means of a buttoned belt. OfArmisHce Docimenl Worked Oil Munsan, Korea - (/p) - United Nations and Communist staff officers today agreed on the wording on a proposed Korean armistice document. Still blocking a truce, however, Is tlie deadlock on the number of war prisoneis IT be exchanged, wl'on the document becomes cf- re-.live. The staff ufficcrs finlrl,. ed their work OM ihc text wordin,; in a session nt P'-.f-munjum, anci i went into indefjmu recess. Interpreters will work over the text in the next few (Jays to insure that Korean, Chinese and English versions will coincide. Vacationing French Leaves Paris En Masse Paris -(£)- The tourists have ?aris almost to themselves today. From July 24 to Aug. 4, the nationalized railway system said, 1,637,000 Frenchmen left the capi- al by rail alone in the usual mass /action exodus. Nearly 600 extra rains were used. Pays Bill At New Office Announcements of the IMtti Military Government Unit «t Fort Sill, Okli. Order Ol Eiikrn Stir The O. K. S. will meet tonight j a* 8 o'clock in the Mn?on!r H.iii fnr i n i t i a t i o n and a special pro- K.-am honoring the past matrons and patrons (if t h r O. E. S. Reet u» with tk« Umm n*t tit Tlraet Oily. Telephone bills were being paid yesterday and today at the ne\. Southwestern Bell Telephone Dial Bulding at the corner of East and Spring. Among the first customers to appear at the new offices to pay 2 bill was W. H. Gibson, shown above. (Puska TIMESFOTO) Jupiter has about 320 times the | Since 1800 West Virginia has mass of the earth. | produced five billion tons of co.nl. P«luni« Cirdtn Club The Petunia Garden Club will meet Wednesday afternoon u t 5:30 o'clock, for n picnic supper with Mrs. Witt Carter, 229 West Clcburn. j ..... . | Jim Phillips nnd Judge Thnmas' F. Butt left Sunday morning t n i atliMlc! the summer rncninpmcnt Vote to Elect Lloyd McConnell Tax Collector Tuesday, Angus! 12 to Has n«var htld a public office STRAIGHT IOUMON l»l IWIKall MSTK1MC CMPM,, Sportswear Clearance UIU. U» U:....»J Who Has Hlccu P ed board diving, Totie Al-1' ' ' Uz and Bob B ° Eart )e£t Tnurs ford and Johnny Robertson. . . ', ay morll ' n S on a fishing trip to Guests of Helen and Wes Gordon this week are the A. D. Grif- fees and sons, Michael and David, of Plymouth, Ind., the A. S. Haw- kinsons and daughter, Ann, of McPherson, Kan. and the Ben O. Wolfes .of Camden, Mo. . . The Earl Larsos and Mamie Rygell of Norfork Lake and returned Saturday at noon. . . The Clint Jones drove to Tulsa yesterday to meet Betsy and Patsy, who have been visiting in California with their sisters, Myra Lee Woodruff and Ruby Banks. . . Bob and Janet Moffett with Christine, Kathleen and Bill Hodnett, coming over from the Wauhillah Outing Club "" ' near Tahlequah. Guinn and Moline, 111., were in Fayctteville I and John, left last week for a visit last week and were guests of Lela I wi *h her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William McHale, and friends in Chicago, and on the return trip will stop in Springfield, Mo., and spend some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Moffett. They expect to be gone about two weeks. . . . The Marius J. Lindloffs and daughter, Damaris, left last week also. They are vacationing in Wis- Jasper Pyeatt have two young guests from Tulsa, Guinn's niece and nephew, Charles and Christie Bott, who have a new baby sister and are staying her* while their mother Is in the hospital. They are children of the J H Bolts cnnsin and will return the last Mary Carolyn and Joe Pendl'e-' weck in Au S ust - · · A 'so gone for ton.and son, Larry Joe, spent t h e ! 8 Wls ' r ° n!in vacation is F. A. .. spent -weekend in Paris, Ark., with Joe's parents, the J. J. Pendletons, and Gumz and family. On . · . . - rt!n- h , TM '° bring X ? " , ,, , ' · e there they visited Mrs. Lee's mother, Mrs. E. "- M ry Ellen, Washington-W-The Office of Price Stabilization yesterday sus- P'' ndcd P rice ceilings on all cigars effective at once. Los Angeles - W)-Jsck O'JLcary, who doctors say has hiccupcd longer than anyone in history, has taken a turn for the worse. The 26year-old former market manager began to hiccup more than four years ago -- on June 13, 1949 -- after his appendix ruptured. Since then the spasms have jolted him at the rate of once per second and he has dropped in weight from 135 to 78 pounds. His mother, Mrs. Margaret O'Leary, said the hiccups now have increased to 70 per minute. ; Jack is on a highly restricted J diet and is able to retain food on- I ly 20 minutc-s. Wellington, N. Z.-(/P)-New Zealand's government, facing a financial d e f i c i t overseas, today ordered imports cut to the bnne. The order particularly affected woolen goods, hosiery and American automobiles. Keep np with Ibt Unit*--read ihr TTTVTCS dally. Who Gives Green Stamps? We Do! McKMhan'i Fabric Cantor Doubl* Slimpi Er«rr Wednesday Johnson's Paint and Wallpapn Storf II North Block Si. Hilton Bros. Drift-in Fumiturt Slut Hwy. 71 North T»wn I Camput MEN'S WEAK Oiirk Theatre Bid* lanar Brat. She* Jtorts Fairway Grocery 411 N. Colltg* Oiark Cleaners 101 North Block Si. Harlan'i Service Station FrUndlr Gull Station 11 North Colltf* MeKoy-MeNuir FM T ilt.Till« Printing Co. South Sid* Squa» ""·' Sl °" CASH Sain Onl r Bccbe'i Jeweler* 14 Cast Cenltr Moort'i Gift Shop JS North Block St. Fairway Hardware 230 Mill St. Waggontr's Bakery 101 W.it Center SI. Quator Drug Star* II East Center Si. Phillip* Motor Co. 120 North Collage your StH Gr Mn Stamp, at th. Rrifmption Cinttr, 420 North Colltg* Smart, coordinated, colorful sportswear separates for every occasion. Not all sizes in all styles, but we have hundreds of beautiful separates which are precisely cut to fit smoothly and comfortably. This is the best fitting line of sportswear made today. MIX 'EM MATCH 'EM SANFORIZED · FADED DENIM ·CHAMBRAY SEPARATES MIX 'EM ft MATCH 'EM SANFORIZED · CHARCOAL CARDS · SAIL CLOTH DOUBLE *#tf GREEN STAMPS GIVEN WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 6, AT McKeehan's foit6i CENTER II IAST OMTN STMfT. IOOK FOR TW NAMI ON TMI OftHN MONT BRAS HALTERS WESKITS SHIRTS SHORTS WHISTLE BRITCHES Sh r,fr' Elasticised to fit. Sizes 10 to 18. For toppers, 10 to 18 Convertible Collar, 32 to 38. Fitted Topper, 10 to 18. Trim, Tailored, 38 to 44. VALUES TO 298 Spread Mowing fullness, 24 to 30. SKIRTS SLACKS PEDAL PUSHERS ^Vr.r' VALUES TO 4.98 Fitted smart sportswear, 12 to 20. CULOTTES R » m ^~ b '. 10 to U. 'Nationally Known Brands NOT All SIZES IN All STYIB, BUT HUNDREDS Of BEAUTIFUL SEPARATES TO SELECT FROM USE YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNTS

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