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August 12, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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2 - MetWWBT MMMIM wm. .,.»..«. U, 1H1 MM. KATMtNN DOZtt imlMMmiMHIinillllMIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIMmillHIIHINHIHIMI Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Sub Deb Club, Suit Gate, 7 A'aval Reserve Composite Unli. Eason Building, 7 Order of Rainbow for Girls, Masonic Hill, 7 t, A. V., Lesion H u t , 7:30 ,V, IT. W. A u x i l i a r y , Civic Clubroom, 7:30 306th Milility Government Croup, 112Vi West Center, 7:30 Bcbekah Lodge, IOOF Hall, I Wednesday Miss Smith Honored Guest At Bridal Party his mothef, Mra. George McKin. ney, who visited her aunt, Mrs. W H. Cox, In Forrat City. Mr. and Mrs. Wlnfleld McMurtrey, Jr., returned Sunday from a trip through Missouri, Illinois and Michigan, They will visit here in *X5 « , « £ .I* £^£«tf£, E rldal i hower, given laat night at home of Mrs. Ferguson's .Fayelteville Gaidcn Club, Mrs. P. N. Bragg, 9 a. m. ·Exchange Club, Ffrguson'«, 12 GoInVnrod Club, MM. Dwi»hl Morris, 0:30 Kaval Reserve Electronic Company 8-8 Drill, Kason Building, 7 Kappt Alpha Phi, 45 East Rock Street, 7:30 .8041 Volunteer Air Korce Reserve Training Squadron, 7:30 Washington County Democratic Women, Lake AUIanta, 7:30 AMVETS, Courthouse, 7:45 :l. 0. O. F., IOOF Hall, 8 Storm Whaley ;To Speak On r Convention i Storm Whaley of S11 o a m : Springs, who mide the nominating Speech for the Arkansas delegation at the Democratic Convention last month, will be heard tomorrow evening at a meeting of the Democratic Women's Club. Mr. Whaley will speak on the Chicago . Convention. · This meeting, to which the public Is Invited, will be held at Lake Atalanta at 7:30 o'clock, following supper, to be served in the dining 'room. All persons interested in attending the supper - meeting thould call Mrs. Cal Collins or Mrs, Glenu Rlckells for reservations. Reports Heard On Community Improvement The Mineral Springs Rura Community Improvement Association m«t Saturday night at the Community House for a covered dlah supper, followed by a busl neat aesslon. Out of town guests who were present Included Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Rome of Dei Molnes, owners of "Deer Ridge Ranch." Earl Darling, chairman of the Improvement Committee, report' ed the completion of a lira* sign, : four by six feet, Jilting-all-resl- -dent* of the community, and slated that it will be installed this week o» Highway 71, entering the Mln- ·eral Springs Road. The R. E. A. telephone service was discussed and several appll- ft cations for telephones were received. Two hundred applications are necessary for service and approximately 180 applications have Jbeen received. Work on the road has net been completed u»der way. but Is still Paintln* the Inside of the Community Building will begin in a few weeks, it was -p.nounced, and the advisability of Installing propane gas in the Community House was ditcusied. Earl Darllpg will make a report on this at the next meeting, which will be Saturday night, September 13. Announcement was made that the monthly youth party will be in the form of a picnic at Lake Weri- Ington, Sunday. : Bethel Baptist Picnic : Held At Wedington Members of the Bethel Baptist · Church were entertainrd with an . outing at Lake Wedington last Friday with about 40 members pres: ent. 7 : Recreation consisted of swim: ming and games, followed by a . picnic supper. Bridal Shower Given For Miss McSpadden A bridal shower, honoring Miss Doris McSpadden, was given at the home of Mlssen Virginia and Mary Lou Dixon, 3 Ml. Nord, Friday evening. Assisting the hostesses was Mrs. Alia Lee of Springdale. About 40 guests attended. Decorations for the living room were gladioli and zinnias and centering the dining table were miniature bride and groom, flanked by burning white tapers. Single white gladioli surrounded the mirrored centerpiece. Pastel green and white streamers reach- Ing from the chalndcller to the outer edge of the table, formed the setting for the gifts. Miss McSpaddens' wedding to James Mosley will be an event of late August. "Pie-A-Thon" Given By Mrs. B. F. Harper A Cherry "Ple-a-thon" was held today from 12 to 2 p.m. for voters from the City Hospital »nd Nuwes Mrs. B. F. cherry pic Those present were Miss Lottie Jackson, Mrs. Jessie Arney, Miss Gllstrap. Mrs. Reed, Miss Ruth Rlley. Mrs. J. F. Knox, Mrs. J. W. Trewltl, Mrs. Julia Jarvls, Mrs. Joe Walker; Mrs. J. P. Harris, Mrs. Myrtle Holt, .Mrs. Fordls. Mrs. Nora Strain and 'Mrs. Jim Crlder. Highland Club Has Luncheon Meeting The August meeting of the High and Home Demonstration Club vas held with Mrs. Blair Hill Frilay. for luncheon and the regular ironram. Fourteen members were present. A recreation period was con- fa the mother, Mrs. Edwin O'KelTy," .142 St. Charles Avenue, honoring Miss Pat Smith, whose wvddlng will be Sunday. The dining table was lace covered and was centered with howl of pastel colored ilnnias. A dessert course was serve* to the following guests: Mrs Olive R. Lan«, Mr§. Jamei A. Smith, Lorlta Slmmoni, Marie Louise Peterson, Margaret Jones Mary Scarborough, Alice Pearson, Ann Sugg. Janie Miller, Jo McChrlttlan, George Mae Newton, Jo Ann SUnberry, and Marilyn G u f r i n . , teau, Okla., with the Winfleld Me- Mtirtreys, Sr.. before leaving September I, for Stillwater, Okla., where he will complete work on his doctor'a degree at Oklahoma A. and M. College. Fred Huckleberry Honored At Dinner Following the regular Sund«y morning s e r v i c e a t Chrlit's Church, the Rev. Fred Huckleberry, pastor, was honored with a. dinner, given In the basement of the church, In obiervance of his birthday. An array of gifts were brought In on a lace covered table and presented to Mr. Huckleberry by Janet Ruth DavU and Janet Elizabeth Balrd. The dining table featured a large birthday cake decorated with a personalized verse, which was the gift of A. A. Adklns. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Decker nf Terry Village, left Fayctteville last Friday for Mena. 'Vhile in r'syettevllle, both Mr. and Mrs. Decker have been students at the University, where he has completed work on his mister's de- dree in nuclear physics. While here, Mr. Decker has served as music director and Mrs. Decker as Pianist at the Bethel Baptist Church. The Deckers will enter Southwestern Baptist Seminary In September, where they will be enrolled in the School of Sacred Music and Religious Education. Announcements Personals Mr. and Mrs Hugh Klncaid am Mr. ind Mrs. W. C. Whitfleld, Jr with their families, are vacation ing it Lake Hamilton, near Ho Spring:. Home. Hottest was Harper, who terved and drinks. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Guinn enter tained at their home Saturda' night for Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Me' Connell. on their 27th wedding anniversary. Other guests were Mr. and Mri. Aud Dyer, Jack and Sue Guinn, and Mlis Louise Walton. Mrs. Dan Roberts, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Roberts for the past week, returned to her home in Enid, Okla.. Sunday. She was accompanied by (he Jack Roberts and their daughter, Monte, who returned to F«y- ettevllle yesterday. Wilson James, and left ducted by Mrs. Wayne Smith, preceding the meeting. Mrs. Eugene Teeter received the mystery park- «gc nnd prizes were won by Mr» Ethyl Tucker. Mr?. Elzle Th'urmmi nnd Mrs. Chester Smith. Mrs Teeter, vice president, had charge of the meeting In the absence of the president The devotion was given by Mrs. Tucker, tn which she gave a brief sketch of Joshua. This was follewed by the poem, "Tolerance," read by Mrt. Franklin Tucker. The committee gave reports on plans for the Fair booth, after which Mrs. Wayne Smith gave a demonstration on rug making. The September meeting was announced, to be held at the home of Mrs. John Green, also there will be hpeclal entertainment for I Community Night. Friday, which will be special entertainment for St. James Baptist and St. James Charlei Morrow ions, Morrow and , , Monday afternoon for }few Ygrk, Boston and their place near Putney, Vt., where they will spend the remainder, of August. In New York, Mr. Wilson will be the guest of his publishers, Harper and Brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Bob McKinney returned yesterday from Little Rock, where they attended the Sigma Chi rush party and the wedding, Sunday, of Miss Zurline Burbank and Bill Taylor. They were accompanied on the trip by "Old Settler." Reinlon The Colony Community Sunday School will be host to the 13th annual "Old Settlers" reunion at the Colony Community Church. Sunday, for an nil day meeting and dinner. Cloverleaf Club The Cloverleaf Club will meet tomorrow afternoon it 1:30 o'clock with Mrs. W. H. Cherry. 535 Oakland Street. There will be a business meeting followed by a pro gram. VA DliUffera The VA Distaffers will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock In the VA Nurses Home. Hostesses will be Mrs. William Fink and Mrs. Raymond Henly. Danes Resent March Of Germans In Jutland Copenhagen, Denmark - (/Pi Danes angrily denounced today the march of a number of German crew members from American minesweepers who paraded [hrough the town of Frcderik- havn, Jutland, to a cemeterv carrying a big wreath for "fallen comrades." The Germans staged the march last night, placing the wreath on lombs of German sailors who diec :n action In Denmark during the war. Danes still remember with anger the German occupation ol their country. JONESBORO JUDGE -CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONI cancelled two statewide radio broadcasts scheduled for S to 10 m. and 12 to 12:15 p. m. be- ause "we didn't need them." McMoth said he had received ome telephone calls this morning nquiring as to the state of his ealth. "I'm in (rood shape; feel ne," McMath said, and. he quip- jed, "I certainly haven't suffered heart attack. GOVERNOR SAYS- CONTINUED rROM fAGE ONI voles because he wants to "prove a ' man can be elected governor without selling his soul." His only promise, he says, is "honest, clean and decent government." Chief planks of Cherry's platform arc a non-political state Highway Commission to work toward a perfect road system and a revision of what he calls "our obsolete" tax-structure, embracing a redistribution of taxes to provide f u l l nine montr.t terms in public schools. i The judge closed out his campaign w i t h a statewide broadcast from the breakfast table of his home in Jonesboro this morning. After voting here, he planned to fly tn Little Rock this afternoon to be on hand in his slate headquarters to watch returns tonight. King Of Jordan Ousted, Son Succeeds To Throne A m m a n , Jordan-(/P)-The Middle East kingdom of Jordan prepared today to welcome Its third king In just over a year and awaited his arrival to settle the f u t u r e of his royal father-predecessor and of the country's government. Parliament dethroned mentally- Ill King Talal I yesterday and proclaimed his 17-year-old son as King Hussein I. A court envoy left for Switzerland, where the school- 1 hoy Hussein is vacationing with his mother, Queen Zeine, and two brothers. In Lausanne, a Swiss official AECToMU New Plant In Ohio Washington -(A 1 )- The Atomic Energy Commission will build a new $1,200,000,000 p l a n t in South- i does it on his own time. Tax Collector Relishes Work way 71 south. Th« blue was extinguished with no damage. Face T» YlfwIavU Frankfurt, Germany . (ff \] s Boston - /P) - Henry Lons likes ! ? e ,- re . tary .°' th ? Ar TM* Fran * Pace collecting taxes so much he even j *«.* TM.TMZ £__**?** I. , said the royal family would leave for Amman on Sunday. *i»ertt«e hi ISM TIMES--II pan. ern Ohio, Representative Elston (R-Ohio) said today. The plant will produce uranium-235, a key atomic substance. An aide to Elston reported the new gaseous diffusion plant will j be located on a 6,500-acre tract in ' a sparsely-settled area of Pike County, about 18 or 20 miles north of Portsmouth. It had been said previously that a new plant would be located somewhere in the Ohio Valley. Texas Continues To Bake In 100-Degree Weather Chicsgo-W)-An August heat wave baked most of Texas and parts of the Southwest today while relatively cool weather spread across the central portion of the nation. The mercury vaulted to 109 degrees yesterday in Presidio, Texas, and Phoenix and Yuma, Ariz., and the U.S. Weather Bureau here said more 100-plus heat was in store for the same areas today. A puny cool wave pushed just across the Texas-Oklahoma border and then stalled. Cloudy skies and posible showers offered the witness Yugoslav troop maneuvers I and to study the results of Amcr- The energetic Massachusetts tax | lean arms aid to Yugoslavia, commissioner is supposed to be on a month's vacation now, out he's spending it in his cluttered cubbyhole office at the State House. He'j entitled to four weeks off a year but he hasn't taken a day of it since he was appointed in 1920. And there's no extra pay involved either. Don't get Long wrong, though; he's all for vacations--for the others. His advice to vacationers is: "Eat hearty, drink hearty, and go to the races." All are heartily taxed by the state. Alarm Ii Answered Firemen answered a grass fire alarm «t 12:20 noon today at the Restful Zephyr Courts on High- mch MUTT MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchtry ' ' ' * " only hope of relief for parts of Northern Texas. Continued hot was in prospect for the rest of the state. Dallas had its 10th consecutive day yesterday of readings 100 de- irees or higher. Beware of 1953! Warn Creat Prophecies of the World A strange man in Los Angeles, as "The Voice of Two is offering, free of charge known Worlds to the public, an astounding 64 page book analyzing the great world prophecies covering these times. It shows that four of the greatest prophecies could not come true until the present time. But now they can, and world- shaking events are due. 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Readers are urged to write promptly, as onl ' . . .. t *u · -- »»-« tvi n i HIT jjiuiiiuiiy, as only are Utent 1^1 'TTM 5 ' TVJ^ a ' i m l l e d number of the free books are latent In all of us, and t h a t ! have been printed. UM our loy-A-Way ·r Charfjt Account while you (hop in comfort in our Air-Conditioned Storo. Th« shirred middy makes your mid- riff tidy ond tiny in contrasting two- piece Wyner'i jersey with flartd skirt and push op $29.50 priced to fit your POCKET BOOK! Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Shepherd left Saturday to spend a two-week vacation in Los Angeles, Calif., where they will visit Mrs. Shep- i herd's brother, Elbert Jetton. AN AUTOMATIC GAS RANGE DENNIS THE MENACE ECONOMICAL TO BUY ECONOMICAL TO INSTALL BIGGEST SAVINGS IN OPERATION MOKE PEOPLE ARE BUYING AUTOMATIC GAS RANGES S»» Ytir Gts fjumur Htipmt Build North «W Wat Ark*nm"

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