Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 11, 1952 · Page 14
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August 11, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 14

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«** rail · ·· -;- -- NOOTHWttt AMUNtAS TIMtt, NyrtttvK*. ArkMMt, MwMfay, An** II, 1M1 yiles Concerning Offkials Of flection Cited In Statute Book Springdale .n^hiir ^ C;Mr « H-rneriM^JTifi.. n^'^ W.-land "' e -" nd J l m TM' C l 0 ' ! '' n f J ' N ° W '" n r "" n " r "' t'iuBhUwo 1 and 2, Act. M, o f . n u h H , or any interred p a r l v m a v H^Sh'^rS^E ! J/''""''"^ '/h"',?' tu.hicr Arkansas Statute..,, contain! Inspect the same. The orl|m.l o f , M , TM ' w r Trav OhvT ,nH ' M 'V lc " »"»«r« and her ^ ^..f^TM'^"L 0 'I"." 1 ""' » «'·«'«" "y the jud^ children of V 0 n,,cT,," )1Ver '""^lTM "' M «"j n "- ."'·· -ho w,ll : reads: es, r n n a i n ; nspcrl the tame. The orlilnil of m» Uw which governs activity of ; said list, so certified bv the iudiet i f l i o o f f i c i a l s at the polli. The! of f uch olcctinn and ' a l tented bv eads: | | h( . Uvn ( 2 ) clcrk5t s h l j l be f(1(! j ..-{n cicry election hrlrl in thlr. I w i t h the county clerk within Itite, ih| two clerks of the dec- ; Iwonly-four 121) hours after the in each prcrinel, ward, o r , ' i n , i l mum is completed in mid children of Menticcllo. The Rev. Nelson T u l l , Brotherhood secretary and .... iy. ! Ausust 10. at 2 o'clock. The simple I Ihe third a n n u a l reunion of.ccrcmoy was performed on the! members of the Graham family] lawn of Mr. and Mrs. G. O. New- was held at the Monitor School | man's home in the Harm building Sunda.v. A cooperative i munity bv the Rev. L. D Price dinner was served at the noon | Miss Mary Davis was the maid of . rour and a program of music was j honor and James Dutton served as !^'.l. dur .' ng .. thc a «*"ioon. The best man. The bride was a junior in the Sprinjtdalc High school last spend Ihe next fcw'da.'.s heie. ' l G r a h a r ". family came lo Arkansas «*rtified to by Jtltgcs holding said elrdlon and Iftisted by the two (S| , le by said clerk in hi% office and three ( 3 ) Minll be a public record subject lo inspection by any candidate or 7z^"" L " ./.» 1111.( iM 7 , ^ ( DC, «;*. any other person interested Ihere- «J)fl one (1) duplicate ropy thcrr- in. but no candidate or other per- 4C,1i.ha!! be immediftiely posted in i son ihall be permitted to take the £ponsplcllouj place on the outtldo f a m e out r,t the clerk's ff: Raid polling place where the *·*·· -·-'-- -~ -'- -·- COMING TO THE (HARK-SOON office. Any judce or clrrk of any election who phall fall and-or refuse to keep such list, or shall fail ncclcct or refuse to post'a copv thereof al Ihe polling place as above provided, or to file the original of sairt list w i t h the county clerk wllhin the t i m e and in the manner provided for herein shall be deemed suilt.v of a misdemeanor, and upon conviction shall be fined in any .sum not less than $25 and not more than $100 anri shall thereafter be Ineligible lo serve as a jiidfie or clerk in any election held in this state. West Fork Mr. and Mrs. M u r » t Smith. Mrs Robert Glover, and Mrs. Mamie Thrasher have had si guests for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Garland Blaylock and children of '...uicimniii nccrnary aim evan- Louis L i c h l v l p relist who has been preaching in (lore, and Maj Zl^ !:°" is '·i''':': 1 '"'. M »' to'"TM W. J i m Carpenter arc Okla., at a reserve ! , m . ' ' .. t . · « ··· .^i.. .inn j the tent revival on Holcomb' i,, i ,,,·_ s Street, returned to his home i n . i r a u l j n ^ V Little Rock Sunday night. The rc-i,,,,,,,, ..".,.,' V'lVJtl n i * » t i n « 1 A u u · " Brotherhood of the First Baptist; *, '?' " Church. The Rev. Stanley .lordan ' · j J pastor will preach and Ihe Rev'.| !"f n "!'' ,, C ' l '' Lt wrck »"er John Morcland will be i n charge 1 , s 1att m o n l h v " lh his of the music for this week. The fol- 1,! """ ! " n ' J ," e Rr! " 1 - '" Spring- Inwing week the Rev. Mlllon Dupriest of Waco, Texas, will preach,. asiitled in the singing by F r a n k , Boggs of the Southwestern Scm-' Rl " Dickon on. who has been i nary at Fort Worth, Texas. The cm l )ln . v !d as ne'.vi'-ar.tcr at KBRS ! third week w i l l be youth week I f n r icvcl ''l yea is \ v i l l l c a \ c the Ciuests in the home of Mr and !,'?"' s l a l i o n "'"' rn!cr J | a r v a , d - - - - - ' t | university nt ihr he;;inning of the ' h we Mr. Rpcd is v. i t h I h e ' F a r m ; Security Adininistralion jn Wash- 'inslon. before it became a state and is among the largest fmily in Northwest Arkansas. The reunion was attended by more than 200 pert sons. I Miss Wanda Louise Siscmore, . daujhler of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. '::··! ··'iiiviie c: IDC Harmon commlin- j ity was married lo Bobby Dutton son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dutton year. Mr. Dullon attended schools Hamburg. Friday guests were Mrs. Robert Karncs and Mrs. Robert Crouch and son, Bobby, of Fay- cltovillc. The First Presbyterian Church bad as guest speaker for the 11 o'clock worship service. Ihe Rev. .lames A. Burris, chaplain of Ihe Veterans. Hospital in Fayettevillc. Mr. and Mrs. Mural Smllh are having a deep well drilled on their place. The Assembly of God Churoh had an all day .service Sunday, with dinner al the noon hour and an afternoon worship, In honor of their paslors, who are leaving to go into evangelist work. Mrs. H. H. Clark on North Thomp- , son Street are Ihcir daughter and j granddaughter, Mrs. Alexandc Hamilton and daughter, Faith, o RusKllville. They are spending two weeks here while Mr. H a m i l ton In training at Camp Polk, La. w i t h t h e Arkansas Nationa Guard. The Springdale chapter of the Episcopal Women's Auxiliary wil neet Tuesday for an all-day meet Ing in the home of Mrs. R. W Me Corkindale. LI. Col and Mrs. Eddie Bishop aod children. Joanne and Eddie of Washington, D. C., have ar- ived at the home of Colonel Bishop's parents, Mr. snd Mrs. B. N. Bithop, northeast of Springdale to spend a month's vacation. The South Thompson Street Church of Christ will begin a vacation Bible school for all ages Monday, August I I . Sessions will TELEVISION IS VERY COMPLICATED Buy Yours From a Television Service Station SMITH RADIO SHOP - and Van Buren. He ~ i ·»··* ^ WHB now employed in Fort SmiUi. I Ike flint! filr --^^^^^~^^^^^^^^--*~*^^^m^m**^ma^^ Tonire Tuesdoy . . . Don't Miss KM ~ Ml IN III f j if if * Cartoon: Shoemaker the Elves Pony + Miniature ** Phont 3103 Rides * Golf f- i I.MIrf JP Kiddies Playground IDRIVEN » . Word has been received by Mrs Minnie Ferguson that her son, L O. Ferguson, has landed in France. Keep IP with Iki the TIMER tfallT. BUILDflK AND REPAK CABINtT AND Mill WOftK ·f AM Kind.. Pr» IOY KINZM St. CARTOON LATE WOULD NEWI 1:08 . 1:10 5:10 . 7:10 - liJO LATE WORLD NEWS An Ov*rpow*ring LOVE that Udto a Dtvaitaring SCANDAL! ENDS " WA TCH THE BIRDIE of Sacramento" TUES. -- It's Big! Ift Wonderful! It's Here? Biggest Musical Ever Made! , be held from six to eight o'clock in the evening, Monday. through Friday for two weeks. Dr. Stewart Schempf. chaplain md Instructor in the Bible department of John Brown University at Siloam Springs was guest speaker at the worship service in the Presbyterian Church Sunday morning. The Lutheran Women's Missionary League will meet Tuesday at the church at f) p. m. Mrs. Harlan Bird and Mrs. Allen Strcubing will be Ihe hostesses. Mrs. Mclvin Kenn will be in charge of the program. Mrs. R. w. McCorklndale was In charge 1 of the story hour Saturday morning at the public library. Al'l children from six through 12 are invited to attend next Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Pay Tabor arid children of Springdalc left over the weekend on a week's vacation trip where they will visit in Texas, the Rio Grande Valley, New M""ico. and Colorado. The two circles of the Presbyterian Church will meet in the civic club room Tuesday morning at ·:.!0 to flniih the sewing they ire dolnf for the new hospital. All members are urged to attend nd brinr a "school girl" lunch. J Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Willis and I hlldren, Marvin Dean and P a m - l la, and Mr«. Inez Robinson of Si- I oanrSpring-s visited Mr. and Mrs.) V. A'. Hardister and son, Eddie Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Jim Wilson and daughter, Cay Wilson, and Darleltc Holt, herry Holt, and Peggy Plumlec. eturned home Friday afternoon from Ferncliff, the Girl's Auxil- Jary Camp located near Litlle Rock where Ihey had spent the week. They were sent as rcpre- FT. SMITH'S First Big-Time ICE SHOW! HARPER STADIUM Aug. 19 thru 23 NrUty At 8:15 ALL ^^ * NEWI ORBS K«»tm Snla -- Incl. Tai $1.50 - $2.00 - $2.50 Ftw lox Slid $3.00 -- $1.00 MAIL ORDERS FILLID PROMPTLY Send check or money order with lumped Klf-addreued envelop* to: ICE VOGUES ol HS2. % AmrlU Grotto. Masonic Temple. Ft. Smllh. Ark Make checks payable lo: ICE VOOUW. WOtLD'l LAEOI8T roBTMu ict rux»! MATING ITABI FROM FIVI OVrBBBNT COUNTRIES! TMuta O* M tat* Aw. « at CkaniM ·« CWMHtrt Offlct ·It Gun!**, Ft imik IT A*rlu (inn* fw Cmfrnl PaJtr CDIMm N. 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