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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 11, 1952
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^·1 mHHmoumHmtum Society, m ««. KATWON DOZM ^ ·HHHMHIMIWHIIiminHHIIftltHIIIHIIHIIMIIIIIMHlllllHIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIlllliHii,,, e Daily Calendar of Events · Tonight . . . ~ " B. P. W. C.. Ferguson'I, 6:30 HI fil Club, 7 Washington Lodge One, Masonic Hall, 7.30 Tuesday , . . Lion's Club, Feigurai's. 12 Klwanii Club. Waihinjton Hotel, 12 Sub Deb Club. Sug Cate, 7 Navai Reserve Composite Unit, Eajon Bulldinr 7 Oror ol Rainbow for Girls, Masonic Hall, 7 D. A. V.. Leclon Hut 7:30 V. F. W. Auxiliary, Civic Clubroom, 7:30 3Mth Military Government Group, H2* \v«t Center 7 ?,o Rebtkah Lodge, IOOF Hall, 8 ' " MAYBE FIVE POlifiCAT HEADS ARE BETTER THAN ONE Wednesday for · covered dish Blotsom, Mr«. Virgil Henson, Home Lovers, Mr«. Fay Morrison, I p. m., Sonora. Missionary Circle And Club Meet Jointly The Ladles' Missionary Circle HuntSVllle Youth and the Home Demonstration club i » · i. « met Thursday in the Memorial ! LlStCCl AS Clubroomi with Mn. Walter Tern- pleton and Mrs. J.nnle Templeton serving as hostesses. Mrs. Max Tat. fave the devo- BcS, rtjoah" Th Sl " tC ? ?' lhe Book of Joshua. The missionary leaion, also liven by Mrs. Ta!c. GoMeiir.* Clvb ·Mrs. Dwight Morris will enter- trin members of the Goldenrod Club and their families. Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock, with a picnic supper. Mrs. Guy Kinman will be the assistant hostess. proval to the sweeping t.-ant of power. The Lower Houie already had approved the measure, which now is enacted Into law. It cives the premier the right to c.rr»-rn hy decree in nearly every phase of Iranian life. KM* e» "It* Ik* TIMKS lettr. Modern Woodmen The Modern Woodmen wil, meet tonight at 8 o'clock in the Woodmen Hall, for installation of officeri. . Listed amonf the wounded I n ' the Korean Area, as announced by ' the Dep»r!me.-.l ,,, Deh ,*° * Erne!l D ' Z " b "" »n of ·FIVI HEADS arc b e t t e r than onp, m i g h t be the reasonlne her* «· rvi» ^i.i o. .demi.l campaign stratfRy with Democratic leadersTtheTovern'o^m.n f'""" 0 " ""*· "·'» PTM|. Senator Richard n Russell of Georgia: Stevenson; Wilson Wyatt ( i A Springfield, III. From left: l a g e r ; W. A v f r c l l Marriman. and Senator Blair Moouv at Mirhl.. *1Sl!I B '' stev ' nion ' campaign man' O u r Presidents,- by will Rogers, ·ucmjaji, BOOK on ubl| ^ ., H()w W( E| ^ (International Sound-photo) . G Zcrbest of The Home Demonstration Club program included a itork ihow- er, honoring Mrs. James Dennis. Tht mystery package was won by Mrs. Bob Giles, and Mr«. Bobby Garner became a new member. Meetings Scheduled By County H.D. Clubs Home Demonstration clubj of the county will meet thla week aa follows: Tuesday, Oak Grove, Mrs. Carrie Edkrldge, 11 a. m., Mt. Zlon -^ Mrs. Nannie Holland District, 2 p. i C i n , . ... m., Vlney Grove, Community t l IJOrodO A u x i l i a r y HflUKP. 9 ri m Pr *(»·(· vi... *·__ f~ i i · \ / entertains Veterans and Mrs. George Huntivllle. Mrs. Hufhlt B. Cole, husband of Mrs Rose Ann Cole, Pine Bluff; Master Sgt. Edward W. Hollenbeck, husband of Mrs. Alice Hollonbeck, Fort Smith; and Bobby E. Wooden, HM3, aon of Mr. and Mra. William ' f. Woodell, North Little Rock. Those from Arkansas who hove been killed In action are announ- I ced as First U. Avon H. Crook,! Jr., husband of 2nd U. Dorothy j L. Crook, United Slates Army Hospital, 4002nd ASU, C a m p l Chaffee; Pfc. Harry Woodfolk. son of Mr. anrl Mrs. Harry Woodfnlk Cotton Plant. Full Power Given To Iran's Mossadegh Tehran, Iran-Wj.Iran's Senate voted Premier Mossadegh authority to govern the country for the next six months as he sees f i t . The upper h o u s e g a v e fin.-.l ap- AMRIN AJ ITS BESJ 'S LARGEST SEllENIIIlc Personals Mr. and Mrs. Genre,. Wr-ssells and children of SI. Louir. Mo are Rucsts of Mrs. n. A h i r t h d o y dinner, honoring .!. D. McT.irland. was held last night w i t h guests, his son and daughter- in-la'.v. the D. E. McFarlands of The Walnut Grove Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. C. E. Shafer . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . - . . . . c a r a n s o f C. C. Y a r r m g t o n . Port S m i t h , and his parents Mr . ' a n d M r s . C. C. McKarland of Omaha, Neb., who have been visit- W i l l i a m n. rtniier:: i, a m i ,ng ittendins camp ,-t Fort Sill, Okh. Mrs. Joe Deroulhac of A l h u - i those f,- om Fayctleville v.ho me j ing their son and his" fVm'ilv for the past week. They will return ; I home the latter part of this week. J ., , Houne, 2 p. m., Prairie View Mrs Hufh Lan«-rell, Bi» Spring; WeelnsieJay. Goshen, Tlsdalc Ford for picnic, n a. m., Meadow Valley, Mrs. C. E. McBrlde, 11 a. m., Goldenrod, Mrs. Dwlfht Mor- ., rii. 6:30 p. m., Monitor, i'ute, 1:30 p. m., Hlklns; Thuraday, S u m m e r s , Club Club House, · p. m., Cincinnati, Community Building Combs Chapel Mrt. Orvll Dill, 8 p. m., Mt. View ·nd Colony; Friday, Buckner, Community House, 1:30 p. m., Elm Springs Mrs. Bill Delo;.ler, 10 a. m.. Apple Schuyler Lowe of A t l a n t a , Ga., urolhcr of Mrs. Howell E. Lem- injt of Fnyclteville. h;is been appointed director of the department of general a d m i n i s t r a t i o n of the government of the District of --.- -., at St. M n r v ' s i 9"' u m b i ''- H n "'ports for d u t y in I'.irkview Hospital in M a n h a t t a n , ! ns ' on ' September 2. Mr. Kan. ' I.nwe has on m a n y occasions visited here w i t h his sister. qucrqi.e, K. M., arrived this a f t . I crnoon for a two-week visit w i t h i her mother, Mrs. Ethclvn Wilson. | Mr. n n d Mrs. Lloyd o. Warren announce the birth of a d a u g h t e r lla Denise. J u l y "~ " ' Skin Dry? Itchy? Oil-rich* Rttinel latent ·nd HMh*«. Relief last* 'Contain lanal*i RESIHOlr-' It Is Your Duty to Vote! % FOR TRANSPORTATION TO THE POLLS CALL 2400 · Baby Sitters Supplied · Political Ad paid for by Jack Burgc, IAMBO Mr. and Mrs Charles Van-inn- ' ton and thildrc-n. guests last week of , , , y ''° " f Fa . vellev illc is one e "' lh '° e scheduled to The El Dorado A M V E T A u x l l l - ' ary with Mrs. Ruby Anderson as i lesson, also given by Mrs. Tnte. . In charge of arrangements were | Mrs. W. R. Rogers and Mrs. James T. Phillips of the Fayettevllle Auxiliary. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown an Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Byers an aon of Fort Sr.-ith, were weeken fueala of Mrs. Martha Brown - '» h " * I .-.dn - . and Mrs. J, K. Backstrom. DENNIS THE MINACI ·y Kotchom 'PHEW! WK«T» HE 60T/N THERE?' · ^ ' U ^ 1 U , 1 I I l \ . . I J / L - U J ^ . ls tl " v Republican c a n d i d a t e for m , Rovernor or Arkans.i; Mrs. Jennlnss Cnnyers and her «i Kansas, b r n l h r r , K. J, Thomns, have re- j . X n « lhe r«,'"S- ^' \ Announcements · " I'-'l'l ''J'.' 9SE .1 nt . - ll f alh - "' lh "r I " Fayettevllle Garden Cluh The Fa.vetteville Garden Club will meet Wednesday morning at 9 o clock at the home of Mrs. P N [Brag*. University Heights Mrs · U w i u n t Isley and Mrs. Irene Mcurnes will be co-hostesses. S - T - R - E - T - C - H YOUR DOLLARS F A R T H E R A T PENNEY'S' mother, Mrs. K. J." Thornas. M i d s h i p m a n t home for James Sfewart ,, 30-,iay v.ii-ali isc to KiiRl.-ind, France »i. lie is tlio son nf Mr Mrs. C. W. Slcwnrt. .141 Walnut r.rove l.adlei Aid FOR NON-PARTISAN TRANSPORTATION TO THE POLLS Call 1677 or 487 · Tin Proriiionol Ltogut of Women Votori will provide M f«, frte transportation to Hi. polli tomorrow if you'll juit coll on* tf»« numbcrt abovt. Th« driver will f Udly rtmoin in the car with your children while y«i vote. Tht League is well organited to takt car* of all transportation re- ·.utsts. .. but VOTE! Klahorntc whose KOV lighthouse ccrcm(mics .·crnmcnt is momoi-ial "n I,?!.,?" " n" 11 " 5 " "" St " 1 ' 1() . ' 8 ' 7 . -L n, M y Prpsitl( -"' R"ael Trujillo. ' M R . u the complclion of a half-mile-Ion* I" '!« xrcat navigator pledged by the 2? «^UtiiU.«:_iibJi r y DECORATIVE CHENILLE 1 " s 'stUL SPREADS , , __ OMBED Reversible COHON RUGS . HOMEMAKERS SPECIAL PERCALE! 28x52-- $6.00 Add color to avcry r o o m with thm handwm* rugi. Shop now! Save! Huntor green, gray, light green, rote Many rf«ilgni In your favorit- color. Hurry for your ul*c- tionl First Quality PENCALE* SHEETS 42"x38'/j" Coses fine - ttock up no^r «t SAVINGSI I»5» SHREDDED FOAM RUBBER PILLOWS NEW TAILORED SHEETS CUSHION DOT MARQUISETTE PRISCILLA · They fit tnug and "eat . . . never wrinkle! CURTAINS 198 · Shredded foam latex pillow. You con shake and stuff like a feather pillow. · Fluffy w h i t e cushion eloft on durable cotton marquisette, lig Hi*, too, 4S»90, and with deep 5-inch r u f f lei. Color, white. · lf« cool. It's sanitary. · H'l a bargain! Notion-Wide Colored Sheets odd to your bedroom! woman ever to hold the post, Mr». ,\| ar . |«iet Daly Campbell i« the new ComiHroll"r tif Cuslnms of the £ort of iS'ew Vork. HEADS AEC - Rep. Carl T. Durham, above, of Korlh Carolina, will succeed the late Sen. Orien MrMahon ns chairmnn ol th« Joint Congref.'lnnal Atomic Energy Commll'et. FLOUR SACK SQUARES W«och««l s q u a r e i, ·pproxl metely J7»J7, u n h · m m · t. Hvrry for th*M super vcliml Cool and l o v e l y whether you use them a. bed iheett or make Wtem Into p r e a d t- ··» ^«p«, y OT , p , omp |, t , v eniemblel And they're (·|c«t) for big Mv . IngiNOWl

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