Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 20, 1952 · Page 3
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August 20, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Rainbow Girls Honor Grand Officers EXPERIMENT -- CONTINUED FROM PACE ONE. education is highly desirable, an many of the states have already reoved in that direction. The gran of funds from the Fund for the Advancement of Education wil '. enable Arkansas to explore the values of a five-year program without burdening the slate with the increased cost of the preliminary experimentation, he said. Many Retain Froram During the time of the experi ment, students who" wish to follow the existing progam of teacher education will be permitted to do so, Dean Kronenberg said. After ! the program has been in existence long enough for its effectiveness to be fully determined--probably a period of eight to 10 years -the agency responsible for certification of teachers in Arkansas will decide whether the program is to be retained and required of all prospective teachers in Arkansas, or whether It is to be retained as an optional proKram for the certification of teachers, or ·whether It will be abandoned entirely, Dean Kronenfaerg said, Committee In Charge The University will serve as the disbursing agency of the grants from the Fund for the Advancement of Education, but the exper- mental program itself will be under direction of an executive committee which will consist of: 1. The state director of teacher education and certification of the state Department of Education, who will serve as chairman a^d chief administrative officer of the committee; 2. One high school administrator or teacher, to be selected by the Association of School Administrators; S. One elementary classroom teacher, to be selected by the Classroom Teacher Association; 4. One representative of the Arkunsas Teachers Association; . 5. One representative from each of four Institutions -- The University of Arkansas, Arkansas Slate Teachers College, Henderson State Teachers College, and Arkansas A. M. N. College; 4. One person to represent the four remaining state-support*! colleges for white student*; 7. One person to represent the participating private collcftt for white students, and I One person to represent tin participating private college) for !{cgro ttudenU), The participating Institution*. will initiate their experimental programs wth the opening of the 1952-1953 academic year in September, but as yet it is uncertain whether the fifth year of work can actually be added this year. Dean Kronenberg said. Typhoon Blows ifself Out In North Pacific Tokyo 1 - (fP) -. A typhoon that howled across Korea and Northern Japan blew itself out in the North Pacific today. Kyodo News Agency estimated the storm's strong winds caused $500,000 damage to the Japan apple crop as it moved eastward to sea between the islands of Honshu and Hokkaido. Ten Japanese fishing boats are missing, Kyodo said. Recovery In Stocks Is Led By Rails New York-OFJ-Railroads stepped out in front of the stock market today c.nd created a mild recovery movement in the rest of the list. Most of the advance was fractional with a few issues rising to between one and two points. Losses were universally small. No Parking Meters For Wynne, Voters Decide Wynne, Ark.-(^P)-A proposed $25,000 bond issue to finance construction of a City Hall and fire i station was approved yesterday oy Wynne voters in a special election. But the voters rejected the installation of parking meters. Both issues were sponsored by the City Council, ^i.-~:, (JS.V--.: State officials of the Order ft Rainbow tor Girls honored Saturday eight a banquet here are, left to right, Miss Gaye Warren, Springdale, grand fidelity; Miss Kay Douglas, Rogers, grand religion; Miss Marion Sacrey, Russellville, grand worthy advisor;' and Miss Lois Mitchell, Fayetteville, grand nature. The Springdale and Fayetteville Order of the Rainbow for Girls honored Miss Marion Sacrey of Hussellville, grand worthy advisor, and other grand officers, Miss Lois Mitchell, Fayetteville, grand nature, Miss Gaye W a r r e n , Springdale, grand fidelity, and Miss Kaye Douglas, Rogers, grand religion, Saturday. - A formal afternoon tea was given in the home of Miss Warren in Springdale. In the receiving ]ine were Miss Jo Ellen Watson, worthy advisor, Springdale; Miss Warren and her mother, Mis. Tom Wsrren; Miss Mitchell; Miss Sacrey; Mrs. Reba Shell, mother advisor, Springdale; and Mrs. Essie Ray, mother advisor, Fayetteville assemblies. The tea table was covered with a white linen cloth centered with an arrangement of red roses, flanked by crystal candelabra..Mrs. Irving Kitts, worthy matron of the O. E. S., poured. ' A banquet was held at 6:30 p. m. in Ferguson's Dining Room in Fayetteville. The room was decor ated like a blue heaven with por U-aits of the grand officers on th walls. Miss Mitchell was toasl mistress, and Miss Watson we corned the guests. Response wa hy Miss Sacrey. Dinner music wa presented by four Springdale girl and Leann Hitter, soloist. At 8 o'clock in the Masonic Ha each assembly honored Miss Sac rev with an addenda carrying ou her motto and presented a gift t her. The hall was decorated wit red roses with blue backgroum Grand officers conducted !r,lt1a tion for Rose Marie Grigsby an Peggy Chamberlain, both of Fay ettcvillc. Miss Sacrey made the followinj appointments for Grand Assembl; next June: Rhonda Rhodes, jtrani Representative; Jo Beth Phillip and Delora Wilkinson, gran pages; Florence Thomas and Bet] Logan, grand choir members. . Guests were Mr. and Mrs. In' ing Kitts, Springdale, worthy pat ron end matron, O. E. S.; Mr. Mrs. Sacrey of Russellville; Mr and Mrs. J. W. Daniels, For Smith; Rainbow girls and Mason from Bentonville; and members 0 O. E. S. and Masonic lodges. ·A party was given in the Civi Club rooms following the forma meeting. John Buchanan Named Chairman Of PMA Group Returns of the Washington County Production Marketing As sociation Committee election held in the county PMA office, Fayette ville, on August 15, show tha John G. Buchanan of Marr's Hi] was elected chairman, Elbert H Young of Baldwin, vice chairman and Jack Taldo of Tontitown member. Powell C. Williams o Lincoln and Lee Culwell o Goshen were elected alternates. All of the committeemen an farmers. Four were reelected ant Williams was elected for the firs time. The committeemen will take office September 1, and will bi responsible for the county admin istration of the agricultural con servation program, price suppor activities, federal crop insuranc and other activities which maj be assigned. In the coming year, they wil arrange for the training of com munity committeemen,. direct th( farm-by-farm contacts w h i c h committeemen will make, ant have responsibility for approve of conservation practices carrier out on Washington County farms FESTIVAL AT -- CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE 3eola and Catherine Beckford, and the crown will be presented by Mayor Cel Cortiana of Tontitown. father Kennedy will introduce the speakers. * Saturday Mass will be said at 7:45 a. m. Two baseball games will be slayed as part of the celebration. Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock the Tontitown Junior Grapers will )lay the Prairie Grove Junior jions. Friday afternoon at 2, the Tontitown Grapers will take on ;he Lanigan, Mo., Merchants. Advert!** ia the TIMES--It pay*. OUR SERVICES Include Repairing Electric Shavers Hearing Aids Radio Television Electrical Appliances Locksmith- Combinations Changed; Keys Fitted DIXIE RADIO 428 W. Dickson a wondtrful casual value Now styles, new leathers, new colors designed lo go with every catual or separate costume in your wardrobe. Glove toft, famous for fit and crafted with cart. A wonderful valve at only 8 95 IN RED OR BLACK Good Shoei Properly fitted Personals On Vocation Col. and Mrs. Henry Neilsort, with their two daughters, recently returned from a month's vacation i and automobile trip to Seatt'v Wash., where they visited with their parents. Dr. and Mrs. Wilfred D. Webb and children, Teri and Warren, of Auctin, Texas, will arrive Friday for a visit with Dr. Webb's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Webb, at 601 Douglas Street. Announcements · Shamrock Club The Shamrock Club will meet in the home of Mrs. Guy Pinker- | ton, 814 Rush Drive, tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. Savoy H. D. Club The Savoy Home Demonstration Club will hold its summer picnic at Lake Wedinston Friday at 7:30 p. m. Main event will be a basket supper. Dee Gee Club The Dee Gee Club will m e e t tomorrow at 6:30 p. m. with Miss Doris Hughes. Braden H. D. Club The Braden Home Demonstration Club will not meet during August. Births Mr. in4 Mn. Erneit Walker Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Walker of i Sprlngdalr announce the birth o f ! i son August 19 In City Hospital. Mr. and Mi. Hoy Lee William Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lee Williams of Fayetteville announce the birth of a son August 18 In County Hospital. Mr. MM) Mn. Louli Otli Heater Mr. and Mrs. Louis Oils Hester of Fayettevllle ·nnounct th* birth of a daughter August 10 in th« County Hospital. RECORD SHOWS -- ^ cofmwutD nioM MCC am 'i-iS J. W. Trimble, who received 4,050JJ?' for Congress. " In 1D48 there wer« no county Republican candidates. Th« county favored Trimble over Republican Da I ton Dotson for Connrns 4,724 to 2,310, and lave President- Truman 3,029 votes compared to 2,334 for Dcwey. Heady to ride the trails into the foothills of the Sawtooth Mountains at Sun Valley, Idaho, are Sen. and Mrs. J. W. Fulbright of Arkansas, and their daughter, Miss Betsy Fulbright, They were early Auijust guests al the famous resort. Jeta For Japan Ordered London-(^P)-Britain's DeHavil- o n o n - - r a n s e a v - \-umi:i jci uuum-ia a land Aircraft Company announced I cr transport planes. today it had received an order from Jap:;:: Air Lines for two Comet jet airliners and seven oth- Place Your Advance Order Now For the First Edition REVISED STANDARD VERSION HOLY BIBLE (f / Genuine (T 1 /~\ 4)0 Leother 4IU Publication Date -- September 30 METHODIST BOOK STORE Mt. Sequoyah Maroon Buckram LITTLE GIRLS' FANCY GOWNS $6.45 Values $| QO Now I Finer satin, crepe and tricot knit, (isti 2 to I. Only three days -- Thursday, Friday and Saturday -left to buy Summer merchandise ar Hunt's. We don't hare many summer items and these are In broken but we have re-priced them to sell fast. sizes ONE GROUP Girls' Dresses Broken sises In beautiful patlerni. A real bargain In dresses for girls. »1 There are many hot hays ahead, so don't delay or you'll miss out. GIRLS' SEERSUCKER Shorty Pajamas Cool, washable i«rsucker $1 OO shorly pajamas, siiet 1 lo 12. LADIES' NYLON BLOUSES $4.98 Values Now $2 00 Sht», sheer candy stripe nylon blouwt. Push-up tlnm, rhinesleno buttons, open or clo»d n*ck. Needs no Ironing. Si» 32 lo 31. MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE Sport Shirts Valuei to $5.00 NOW A wide selection *t colon, Mttemt tmt weere*. tUes S-M-ML-L. LADIES' SHEER Nylon Gloves $2.98 Values Now oo EXTRA LARGE BEACH Pancho Towels $7.95 Values $900 Now J For beach or boating. Large biauliful designs. e ALL SUMMER Millinery $7.95 Values All this seas styles and ierns. NYLON Comb Brush Sets MEN'S SUMMER SLACKS $7.95 Values $498 NOW *f Cool, light weight, ·jiulltr p*nU !· knkt* W a s h a b l e nrlon briill* bruih an* comb. 66c LADIES GUATEMALA Skirts MEN'S ELASTIC TOP DENIM PANTS $3.98 Values $9.95 Valuts Bouilful, dur ·ble, washftbl* tklrli In most all ttitt. NOW $2.98 Lovily fheer nylon gloves in white and at- lerttd color* Moil all li»t. . LADIES' BATISTE GOWNS $3.49 Values NOW 00 Washable, sheer baiUte in assorted colon and styles. Sites 32 and 34. LADIES' TWO-WAY STRETCH GIRDLES $3.98 Values NOW $ 1 00 Two-way stretch girdles. Small slies only. LADIES' NYLON PANTIES Quick - drying, .longwearing, 20 de.iiei jfiejJtfl nylon t r i c o t with % · OO strong elastic l o p . · * » · -- - · White only. Siiei 5, I, T. LADIES' COOL CRISP DRESSES $14.95 Values NOW $ 5 00 Casual, dreny dresses and sundress** In lovely fabrici oi glased chambray. tytlel embroidery, pure linen, voiles, tlelue ginerhami, sheer silks, nylon, etc. Broken slses In regular, junior and halt sites. Washable, comfortable, knock-about puta. Irregulars. ______ _ _ ' MEN'S ELASTIC TOP DENIM SHORTS $2.98 Values NOW $ 1 98 Brok.n I.IM, but Jiut lh« ihlnff fot «at1nfi. IrrtfuUri, LADIES' Sportswear Separates Denim, chtmbr«y, gtbirdint, botlitil clolhi in first quality, form-filling sporltwtar. BRAS $1.00 HALTERS . . . $1.00 WESKIT $1.98 SHIRTS $1.98 SHORTS $1.98 SLACKS . . SKIRTS . .. SLACKS. . $2.98 $2.98 $2.98 CULOTTES . . $2.98 WHISTLE BRITCHES . . . $1.98 MEN'S SUMMER SUITS Values to $39.95$| Q95 NOW IO Coal wearei In beautiful iwtitnu. Broken siies.. A (cw regulars, Kafi «*4 shorts. MEN'S PUCKERED Nylon Shirts $6,95 Voluei $£88 NOW All colors, all slut. Beautiful Washable. Bembergs 98c Value LADIES' BATISTE SLIPS 4-YD. Dress Lengths Not many left $150 but real bargain. Eo. SHEER Nylon Prints Remnants Coo!, thter bem- bergs f o r h o t weather. e Yd. MEN'S WHITE MEN'S T-SHIRTS HANKIES Btaes S-M.L. Full list Ilxll, 500 10 for $1.00 $3.49 Values 00 $1.98 Value S h e e r n / l o n Jei QQ nls f-rlcsd lo sell out. v . Regrouped a n d re · priced Is r | greater savings ' for you. LADIES' CREPE SLIPS $3.98 Values Broken slaif In multifile- ment crap* wllh beautiful trims. 00 MEN'S STRAW HATS $3.49 Values... Now $1.00 $4.49 V a l u e s . . . . Now $2.00 $7.95 Values. ...Now $4.00 Better brands, better quality. TMa b your Itst opportunity tor these MEN'S SWIM TRUNKS At Popular Prtict $7.95 Values NOW K*l many left. Calelln* twtar 00

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