Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 9, 1952 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 9, 1952
Page 12
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H U MMiiinmT MNumus turn. », 1*51 WORM Spendliif August hi The ·Stole Studying Agricultural Programs a O«« rf the lint two Turkish wt- . ville working with members of ;:men to receive formal training in!the University Collesc of Africiil- .-.n*ni economics Is spendin K thcl lure, and during the rent of the ·month al Aujutt In Arkansas. | month she will study with utale ·\ SPi« ii Mist Inayfl Bcrkman. of and counly per»onncl of the Ark,'i Izmir, Turkey, who came to the ansns Aitncullural Extension Ser-j ; i United Statei In May for a year's vice. "sSltvTT 1 b *."'V'" 1 """' 1 Mi»« Berkma and M| 5 , s,,del - : TMnt L ' ?*' '^ SS """"'""IKundnk h»« been sent to the -·pent th* pail week in Fayettc-i Unitert States In the initial tep| of a loni-ranfe program for the training of women who will stuff the home economics and nutrition Bcrkman studied the rclationihlpi, I between resident teaching re-! warch, and extension activities in ·wvkej of the Mini.try of A»ri- home economics. She has a ls, culture In Turkey. | fccc n interested in the high .school Mini Berkman Is a graduate o f ' vocational home economics nro- a CoUeie of Afrlculturc in Turkey ] eram and Ihe training given tuch 'Mchcrs. She attended several Mechanical Momma Pig inj melh. Nominate W.S. (windy) BRONSON and hn been employed by the Ministry of Agriculture as teacher finises Io observe ti»uiinj n of phyilcs, chemistry, and meteor- °** used in American univcrsitic* Jlogy. Her special Interest here Is | Mrs. Mary Burton of Ihc home In the field of nutrition. On her I economics department was in return lo Turkey she will be a charge of her program, member of the staff of the new After a few day's in uui,, nock 1 Bureau of Human Nutrition and working with the sla:c and dis: Hume Economics. Iricl homc demonstration accnis ' While al Ihe University Miss! Miss Bcrkman will spend the rest i 1-11 I"' lhc nionth nb.servini; the couii- i ly home demonstration program i 'in Arkansas. I Miss Berkman has .studied In Connecticut and Oklahoma. A f t e r ' I Icaung Arkansas she will spend! || three weeks in Alabama before! I; enrolling al Ihc University of ; [(Tennessee lor the fall and winter! , sessions. for \Bentonville Mr. and Mrs. Gus Kocrner and I children ol San Antonio. Texas ' are here visiting Mrs. Koerncr's ' j innther. Mrs. Ela Craig. Earl F. Pettyjohn of Little Roc£', slate field representative for the ' j Farmers Homc Administration. I . visited the local office Wednesday ' land Thursday. ! Mr. and Mr?. Gerald Taylor. CIRCUIT CLERK Subjflct to Action of Democratic Primary, August 12 in the Pine Didgc- Indian be inaugurated next Friday for hli second term, is paid an annua saJary of about $^,300. The current government budget also alJows Rhee an additional $2.300 in tax-free funds, $5,800 for office expense, and an undetermined amount in a monthly expense account, a rice ratjon, as well as a rent-free home furn- i hcd and maintained by the gov crnmcnt. Survey Of Fiyelfeville Milk Shed Completed A United Slates Public Health Service milk and food consultant, O. D. Moore, with headquarters in Dallas. Texas, made a sanitary survey of the Fayettcvilie milk shed August 4-7. the Washington County Health Uril reported today. Pasteurizing plants and producing farms were inspected. A raling of (he milk shed will be made by the United States Public Health Service based upon results of these inspections in accordance with the United Slates Public Health Service standard milk ordinance and code, the health unit said. M6HTES OF MOTION PICTURES! CECIL B.D GREATEST SHOW. ON EARTH 4-11 Clubbc.- Ernest Bacon of Chattanooga, Tenn., rigged a seven-hot- , tie mess hall_ for his young porkers after their mother died. He says ! 11 teachers ..._ ^_ uti | School in South Dakota, are Jcav- I ing this weekend following a visit ||with friends and relatives in Bcn- j tonville and Ccntcrton. .loc Aoplcgolc of BentonviiJc I and Mark Pulman of Dogcis have Leonard Wood, Bobbie Ncal Au^uil returned from a five-day float L.vdia Looney, Brcnda Treadway.'j The The first open hearth steel fur- ace was set up in 1868. BOWL FOR PI.EASUB* flm Benton Bow'ing Lanes--Ad» lie ha.- to hold the device to keep the eager pig ' from pushing it all I (AP Wirenholo) trio down White River. Mrs. J. R. Cummings has returned to her home in Seatllr j Wash., after spending the past six weeks here visiting her mother. and Jimmic Gayle Kohlcy. Miss Vernellc Niermcyer. former pupil of Miss Richardson, will be a guest vocal soloist. The public is invited to attend. .m ·^ F^ Ffj.^' ·.%·'·; ·'VM'* ·.^.^ . ' · » ' ' « '·· ·;--;! '.:'·#.".' ^ : ; : f : ; ! ^'-.:^ Mrs. H. .1. Home, and her sister ' Mrs. F. L. Saltcrlcr. ' I f j · J «Ii Mr. and Mrs. .lack Rowers and ! tlinUSflUff daughter, Marcina. of Billings, I Mnnt., have arrived in Bcnlon-I villc to make their home. Mr. j Miss Glcnda Sharp entertained a Bo vr (ho B g '' 0 " P ° f - VOUn « 1)eo " Ie ;vith a Arkan5 « United Daughters of Ihc i Confederacy have notified M i s s L Rachel Reed, daughter of Mr. and '; Mrs. Fred F.. Reed of Hindsvil that she has been awarded t] Jefferson Davis .Memorial Schola ship which is valued at $200.0 a year. Miss Reed is a graduate of th Huntsville Stale Vocational Schoo and a junior in the University o er^.A.-KK'E'n. Hift-KlH, JJIMI,, HO MONKY DOWH ' bir MMtkiy Pa/mute DYKE LUMBER CO. an SL ckwi« OMING SOON she is majorin O. TSru-man. Thov \\-c\\i f r o m ' ^ ^n^'SSr^ ! f fricnrls "ci icumes and fnr Mi,:' John Cunningham and daughter. Evclvn. of Cridlcv Calif., arc here" vh King VrieidV Thev ,,!,,, ,,, return to r a o r n h next week ^aniornia a"" to 0 TM.'Paid Korean President returned . P». q an, Kurca-M'i-South Korean mcnt of an eye condition.: ^,, ihowing borne MV Alma Slone. an Army ' ic, is visiting her brothcr-ii and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Ro · Pledget full tint* to dutiti of Circuit Cltrk. A m.t m for 1 · A rrttran of 5 yton ttrvic* in World Wor II, · foif contmodor of Amtricon Legion Shtlton-Tucker Post No. 27. · Resident of Washington County 28 years. Political .ri p.ld-/or,ty W^JSicison, Fayetteville Mr. and Mrs. Walton Prtk have i returned from Fort Smith, where ' Mrs. Pock underwent an operation · al St. Edward's Hospital. i Miss Sonia Lee Eichcnbcrgcr of ! Chicago, III., is spending her vacn- . :ion here with her uncle ant] aunt. \ Mr. and Mrs Floyd Kcos. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Sattcrlce had as guests this week their son and · riauchtcr-in-law, " Mr. and Mr? : Philin fiattcrlce of Oklahoma City. | and Mrs. Sallerlcc's sister. M r s 1 John Caldwcll of Gilmcr, Texas. Miss Octavia Lowery. county health nurse, and Robrrf Bnglc. sanitarian, went lo Little Rock | this week to attend a hralth con- ' | fcrcncc Thursday and Friday. Charles Hickey. former assistant ' superviscr of the Farmers Home Administration office al Malvorn. ' has hecn transferred to the Ben! , lonvillc office lo serve in the same | i capaeily. He assumed his duties i Monday. I Miss Araminla Rii'hardson will i present a group of her pupils in j i a piano recital Sunday afternoon I August in at 4 o'clock in the audi- I i toritim of the First Baptist Church, i · The playing of four pianos at the j i same time will be featured in this i recital. Those appearing on t h e ' program will be Thelma Baggett, j Carol and Margaret Comfort.'' Charles Dcarien, Betty Garrett] j Linda and Lana Archer. Robin ' Rowley, Nancy Ellen Fields. John i Slone. She will also \'.sit her i father and sislc,-. Mrs. Myrtle' Slone and Miss Fern Slone of Fayettcvilie. j The Colbauuh Homc Demon- j slration Club held an ice cream I supper at the homc of Mr. and ' Mrs. Pelp Sharrork Wednesday.' night. The families of members were guests. ; _ T h c Hindsville Home Demon-, 'inn Club will not meet in HUDSON . . . TROUBLES? SEt BOB HAH AT WHITEIEY'S GARAGE BUILDING AND REPAIR CABINET AND Mill WORK of All Kinds. Free Ettimafo LOY KINZER 556 Wall Sf. Phoni 2019 JHEVISIM IS VEIV COMP1IUIED Buy Your* From a T«lc»ision Sefviee Station SMITH RADIO SHOP We're Open for Business :am AFTER REMODELING Come enjoy our new air con- ditioning and inspect our remodeled kitchen. ' Heinle's Steak House Highway 71 South of Springdole ITS C-O-O-L AND COMFORTABLE AT A MALCO THEATRE llDRIVEINff · · TT^TT^ M "FRONTIER PHANTOM" Lash La RUE The Whole family Will Enjoy a Drive-In Movie This Week-End . . . . See Stars Under the Stan . . . . I I BIG DOUBLE FEATURE * * ·WTSTMK-mr»«.6K K i TMljlw Sht had In* Army going craiy L I MARIE WILSON II I IN *fc J I "SHE'S IN THE ARMY" £ * I A LAFF RIOT ~ * ·I lota « 10:30 ...I., thi rigular ihew . . . *tm«l« ft, midnit* thow 01 *ur gu*tt "j^ ' ~ ,.,. ^ Sir Ctdrick Hordwick IN INVISIBLE MAN RETURNS with VINCENT PHICI Starts Sunday -- 3 Big Days BEYOND FORBIDDEN FRONTIERS men forge a path of sted fir "The inn Horse! PALACE ENDS r«*I.AVC TONITE "ROAD AGENT" SI. Benny the Dip SUN. MON. MOMENTS OF MADNESS! "FUME OF SACRAMENTO" ANN MlOW "WATCH THE BIRDIE" OPEN 12:45 SHOWING Open 12:45, Sat. Sun COLORED CAntOON LATE WOnLD NEWS

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