Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 8, 1952 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
August 8, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

Publication:
Location:
Fayetteville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Friday, August 8, 1952
Page:
Page 2
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 2 article text (OCR)

I - NOtTHWPT AMAMW mm, , Friday, Auaurf I, I Ml mimmMMtmtHMiitiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiMiiHHiiiiiiiiuii Society m MM. KATHtON DOZN* Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . UCT and Auxiliary. Civic Clubrooms, 7 Saturday . . , Wishlnfton County Youlh for Chriit, Central Baptist Church, 8 Miss Smith Complimented At Miscellaneous Shower GIRL FRIEND DIED TO SAVE HIM Traffic Superintendent Honored At Party DROUGHT HALVES'TOBACCO CROP A parly a n d miscellaneous" ·hower was given In honor of Mi» Patricia Smith, brlU-elett, list evening at the homt o; Mrs. Joel Smith. The hostess was as- ·isted by Mn. M. E. Wlllismion, »nd Mr«. R. A. Lonf. Guests aisembl«d on th* porch until the arrival of the guest of honor and her mother, Mra. J. A. Smith. Then they were all led Into tht living room of the homt where gifts were aranged wilhln a "garden" of lummtr flowera and Ivy, enclosed hy picket fence. Mlin Elizabeth Morris, accompanied by Mrs*. Joel Smith at th* piano, tans "In the Oarden cf Tomorrow" and "May the Good Lord Bletf and Keep you." Cor«a(e wtre received hy illss 'inlth an her mMher trim the hoitwsei. A game "Musical Romance, with Mrs. DwiilM MorriM at th pia'lu.'was played ond prizes v.cr received by Ml» Elizabeth Mor ris and Mix Glenn Stockburgt The floral wedding content wt won by Mr«. Dwlght Morriss, at ter which the group wrote limer icki and gavt them to the honorec The chosen colors of the bride tc be, white and aqua, were ua*d I , the decorations throughout th home and on the refreihmen table, which was covered with ar : Imported white organdy clnth ovei ' iqua. The centerpiece was an ar. rangement of white asters, whlti tapers in eandlehelderi and miniature bride doll, fftwned In white Htln. frosted lime iherbert punch tnii tea cakei were served to about JO fuetts by Mn. J. A. Smith, ai- elsted by Mra. fearl Keeton. West Fork Council Has Regular Meeting Th* West Fork Women's Millenary Council m*t TiMiday tv«- ning with Mr. Otrtrud* Stock- burgfr. Thtre w*r* 11 members present and alx visitors, Paulina Smith, B«tty Davis, Joyc* Cantrell, Ruby Smith, Margaret Thurman and Edna Cox. Mri. Pauline St**l* gave the devotion, which wti followed by a prayer A portion of the "Nile Mothtr" wai r*ad and tht next meeting ef th* council announced for August 12, wllh Mis. J.iHun . Webb. i During I h e evening, a han!:er- j chief shower wai g i v e n !,,- Mrs. Pauline Steclt and Mi.ss Mary R u t h Branham. Savoy H. D. Unit- Has All-Day Meeting The August meeting of the! Savoy Home Demonstration Club! wag held at the Community House on Wednesday afturnunn, following quilting d u r i n g the morning and a covered dish luncheon served at noon. Guests Included Margaret Oil lam, Ima Jean and Innn Lee Hurp, twin nlcots of Mrs. Ben Phlpps TAKIN OFF THI CWICAl lilt at Roosevelt Hospital, N.Y., Louis Martinez, 17, Is kissed by his mother. The youth'i joy it recovering wai tempered by the grim fact that his girl friend, Alice Bellbar. II, wai dead. When Martinez clung to a ledge after falling through a akyliiht. «he tried to support him. Both plunged six itoriei down the ihaft wllh her body breaking hii fall. She died on way to hoipltal. ffittenulloratj Dr. and Mrs. Walter I,. Johnson and daughter, Kathleen, left thlr, morning in visit their son a n d ] d a u K h l c r - i n - k i w , Mr. and Mn. I I'aul Johnson, in Fort Worth, Texas, and from there will go to and Lee Roy Harp of Vinila Olds''IKentucky, where they will visit I member of the Future Farmers'- J c l " l i v t "-of America, all visitors in the! · Phipps home. Another special! Mr. and Mrs. Chester Gales guest wai Mrs. Margaret Brown- h i u c ».s their guests this wee-k, field, Home Demonstration agent, Mrs. J a k e .Jenkins and daughter her new asilstunt, Patterson. Miss Louis ic ArhaclollB. Lt. and ! are former resident! Mrs. Jenl;ins Plan, were made for this unit, ^.T^at'C^cn!. K^ | participation In th- Fair to be . . . ., , htld this fall, with special cm-' ' ' ls slil """ cd w l l h "« F i f t h , phasls on the display. Mra. Kwoll- r '' nrce '" Scnul ' Korea. Cciwin, Mrs. Norma Cowan, M«. Dula Marshall and Mrs. C. G. Mrs. (jrai-c H. Arikins, Betty ^ i h l . W ?'ihii" PPC " ntKl '° work | Courtney and Janet fiulh Davis, TMTta £± L Mimmcr pl.-nlc ,,, ?' ch "' ls . rd, are attending he Savoy Unit will be held at,'! 1 " Kl '" I1R '" s f o r C h n f Blb!e *edlnglon at 7:30 p.m., August L;jmp ' · v o u t h ."""I 1 , ° r l h c K i a - Wedi . 22, It was announced. JSN Recruiting Office Closes On Wednesdays The Fayetlevlllo U.S. Navy re- Tuitlng station will be closed ivery Wednesday u n t i l f u r t h e r lotlce, It was announced today by he local US. Nnvy recrullcr, L. '. Purcell, chief bollcrman, USN. 5n Wednesday of each week Mr. "urcell will be on road trips to ther cltlet of this area. Announcements tafcr* Ckvnh He Supper A pie supper will he held at the Jogeye Church, Tuesday night, i michl M o u n t a i n s Christian Mission, and are c.\pccteri to return Thursday. Mrs. Arikins is assisting in the direr-lion of music and devotional period. Mrs. Eert Lewis has relumed from an extended visit with her brother, .Inhn Sanders, in Grcy- inonl, III., her daughter, Mrs. Helen Horqiim, in HI. Louis. Mo.. and in Columbus, Miss., with her son. Dr. James Li-wis, and family. dullah Feiscl, grandson of King A. M. Rubeck, district traffic superintendent for the Southwestern Bel Telephone Company, of Fort Smith is shown (center), with employes of the Fayelleville office at one of the parties given for him Wednes- · lay; In the district, observing his birthday, others were given at Fort .Smiln Van Buren arena and Rogers. Amon K the 150 persons who at- .ended were Charlie Hubbard, district manager, and Olin Smiley dis- inct plant superintendent, both of Fort Smith. Decorations consisted of streamers and balloons and 12 baskets of flowers, about the lounge of the telephone building. A large birthday cake was served snd Mr Rubeck received a box of cigars as a gilt. Those in charge were Mrs' Bonme Hawkins, Miss Dorothy Estes, Miss Henrietta McKnight Mrs Aline Rogers. Mrs. Betty Williams. Mrs. Madge Kinscy, Mrs Joanne Smith. Mrs. Nannie I.ittrell, Mrs. Frances Black, Miss Ora Boyd Mrs nuby Nell Williams, Mrs. Bethel Milhoan and Mrs. Loyce Stratton. (Puska TIMESFOTO) SHE'S 'MISS VFW OF 1952' , ,big kick out of the striking view Mrs. Uocqum .iccompaniod h e r ! «±, '^WlLS ^ ?'"- 'ourWtne. .iTCipen, month of August. i at Grand Canyon. He and his there... Miirv Gardner of. Ttussellvillc, is leaving today to return home, following a visit here wilh her cousin. Susan Lcsh, daughter nf lujcje v^nurcu, I iiesugy n i f m . ,-,_. ,,,-,, , , ' , ," ; he public I* Invited to attend the i V '" ccnt !md n " lh Lcsn upper ind the singing which will I illow. Mr. siul Mrs. Robert Sly and Hayden Nicholson, dean of the University of Arkansas School of Medicine and Mrs. Catherine Hockaday of Pine Bluff, president of the Arkansas State Nunet Association. Dr. Nicholson told the group tMILINO HID 'IIASURI, Jenns Man Wrm'.Jey (Iclt), Wlnnlicid, La.. U| t.reaented with * Uoiiijuet by Ecrcr-n \i-tres« Ida Luplnu after be'lnci thoaen "Mlsa VFW ot IBSr »t t.lf Vncrann ot Foreign Wan encamp-1 ·TMnt In Loi Anjelea. Looking on la Callfurnii Department Commander _Wilter G. Kelt. (/iU(iniatioii(USou,tJp/iolo; JOY REIGNS AT NAVAL ACADEMY | DENNIS THE MENACE ·y Krteham !L [ Of cougg Mt -.CM wv BUT TP c*w?y HIM." Miss Grace Hamsey. chief oper- illor of the Fayrttcville office of Ihe Southwestern Hell Telephone Company, and Miss Belly Duncan, central office clerk, have just returned from tv.-n weeks dial training in El Dorado. Mr and Mrs. O. D. Turner and (laughter of A u s t i n , Texas, are visiting Mrs. J. \v. Barker. Mr. Turner has been in San Anlonio. Texas, eompletlns thesis research for his rlcurce at the University of Texas, In A u s t i n . SMALL HO*s7lTALS -- : (raining pharmacists find aiding in I medical research. I Mrs. Hockaday requested sup- I port of conference delegates in j setting the legislature to author| ize construction of a nurses school as H branch of the new medicil j center. She said the number of i Arkansas nurses was inadequate I to moct the demand. j Dr. ,1. Arnold Henry of Russell' ville. chairman of the Committee j on fli.ral Health. Arkansas Mcdi- , cnl Society, introduced members ,'if the Rural Health Committee j and doctors who have settled in rural areas during the past year. The conference ends today. be- . w »h'"*on had 2.400 men with , . """ v -'"Cn be crossed the Dela,77,. 'r\i ir'i i ' · · i j . . churches in New Mexico in 1626 O lf,-l hospH.l, In Arkansas. n n d 34,000 Christian Indians. nprz xiid. only -13 ;iro member? of : * »-.-^ .^^ the Amorici.!, llcwpilal Association | T he necklace is believed to be and onlv 2J are cquipoed to meel j the oldest form of jewelry reqiin-emenis of the American - --._ "nlleKe nf Km-Ronns. j The Romans used asbestos for Other :peakers n u l l i f i e d Dr ' shrnuds. tAKINO COMMAND a» auperlntendent ot the V. S. Naval Acidtmj at Annapolla, Md., Vlca Adra. Charles Turner Joy (right) la congratulated by retiring Superintendent Vlc« Adm. Harry VI. Hill during ( changeover ccremoniea. Joy was commander of U. S. naval forcea In Ui« r«r Eut ajid aenlor truct dclc^nU in Korea. (International) ^VACATION TIME ·''._ * By Margaret Rorke WASHINGTON COUNTY YOUTH FOR CHRIST SATURDAY, AUG. 9, 8:00 P.M. Dr. D. A. (Scotchit) McCall, e dynamic youth iptoker, will bring th« manage. Dr. McCall It a full timi evongtliit work- Ing with John R. Rici ond ih« ·word of the Lord Foundation ·nd is on* of th* tptakcn ot th« Bibl* Conf*r*nc« In Fsrt Smith, Auguit 10-16. EVERYONE WELCOME Meeting at CENTRAL BAPTIST CHURCH Muth D. A. (Scotchit) McCall ·M N»r* Scho«l, ^ i« mountoini folkt art pouiiri} // Ttt a lait to the plains, .From the cititi thty'r* t»ploring · In tht mountainous ttrrains. , .'They ore rushing by the Ugion // North ond south ond eost ond , a .Each to see the other's region ^1 At o wanderlust's behest. They ore golfing, fishing, hikir.;. They're in ships ond cors and planes. They ore swimming, dancing, biking. · They're in motor, boats and trains. A VERY HANDY--At LM( Rlv*r, III., ! onl . tint "drlvc-u" pnat offlc* In th« U. S. SUFKilNO WORST OKOUOHT In yean, tobacco tinners Walter Barbara ·nd nephew Lurojr prtmatunry cut crop near Rlcevllle, Ttnn., hoping they will get »00 pound! of poor grade leal per »crt, Lut year thai yltld WM l.«M pound! top fnit per acre, (/nternatlonul Soumtp/ioto) I Jupittr ii largest of the sun's planets. Abraham Lincoln was elected captain of a volunteer company n tht Black Hawk War. Bake sale--Saturday morning, Cook's Paint store. University group, First Christian Church 8-2t-x St. Joseph Breaking our Fetters The f e t t e r s o f o u r captivity ire false and ready to b« broken. Whatever our need, the way to turn to God -- the way of answered prayer -- is now made plain. SCIENCE .nd HEALTH u-ith Kty to tht Scripture! by Mmtj Biker Eddr ii proving to be the "key" that optni wide the truth of the Bible wilh vajt and vital. healing power. This book, together with the Bible, may be read or obtained at CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM Cernir Ferrttt and Lafayttt* 3 P.M. to 3 P. M. Each day txctpt Sundan and Holiday* Tired of SHOUTING?- Are you annoyed by wmeone you must yell at to be heard? If that person only knew how easily he or she could heir normal speech again! A phone call will arrange t private hearing check--without cost or obligation. ··rr MMMN WTK vawt NUWM- -SONOTONE -* Hearing Center Monday, Auguit 11,1952 Washington Hotel 10:00 AM to 7:30 FM Mr · KttH · IM.N - Mw m w, tan. JOHN B ANDREWS, Manager Sonoione of Fort Smith 100 North Sixth Stint Ttkphon* K07 For Progress in Politics Vote For PAUL CHAMBERS Candidate for Democratic National Committeeman · Ht it not rht candidate of any indi- vidual, any group or any special interests, and is paying the cost of his own campaign. Political ad paid tor by Paul Chambers, Helena, Ark. COUNTY CONVENTION Is Colled to Reconvene ot Washington County Courthouse Tuesday, August 19th at 7:30 P.M. to Nominate Candidates and For Other Purposes Victor E. Russum, Chairman, Med Cashion, Stcrttory.

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page