Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 25, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 25, 1952
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; - NOfTHWBT ARKANSAS TUMI, ArluMM*. Monday, Attaint 15, 1*5 TfillllllllllillllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIillinilMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIII Society m MRS. KATHliEN OOZItt MMliiiiiitiiiHiiimniniiiiiiiiMiiiriiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiHiiiiMii Daily Calendar of Evrnts Tonight . . . Salvation Army Service Board, Mrs. D. M. Moore, 7 Hi Si Club, Clubroom, 7 B. P. W. C., clul.-room, 7:30 Washington Lodge No. 1, Masonic Hall, 7:30 Tuesday , . . Ijlon'i Club, Ferguson's, 12 Kiwanls Club, Washington Hold, 12 Chi Omega Alumnae, Chapter House, 2 Sub Deb Club, Bug Cale, 7 N»val Reserve Composite Unit, Eason Building, 7 Order o( Halnbow far Girls, Masonic Hall, 7 D. A. V,, Legion Hut, 7 306th Military Government Group, 112V4 West Center, 7:30 ncbckab Lodge, 10OF Hall, ?:30 V. F. W. Auxiliary, Civic Clubrooms, 7:30 Mountain Union Club Meets For Luncheon The Mountain Union Club met with Mri. A. Beverly for an all- day meeting and a covered dish luncheon, which was held Wednesday. Mrs. Charles Tjylor, president of the club, presided during the business session. A t/ftimbnall sketch of the Book o* Joshua wai given by Mrs. Beverly after which the poem of the .month, "Powder Youur Nose," was read by Mrs. Frankle Phipps. Mrs. Clarence Vines was a guest of the club. Th« myttery package was won by Mn. Fern Beaman. Meetings Scheduled For H. D. Clubs Meetings this week of the county Home Demonstration clubs are announced as follows: Tuesday, Sulphur City, Mrs. Alia Gregg, 7:30 p.m., Fairview Community Building. While Rock Community Building, 7:30 p.m.; Wednesday, Farmington, club rooms, Baldwin, Mrs. Ed Roberts, 1:30 p.m.; Friday Peaceful Valley. In the Highland! of Panama and CoiU Rica. Mr. and Mn. Carl Hancock and daughter, Carol, hive returned from a month's vacation, vijit- Ing with relatlvei in Georgia, with frlendi in Washington, D. C., and traveling through the Northern states and in Canda. They returned by the way of Chicago and St. Loult. Announcements Irii Garden Club Mrs. t, T. Nonamaker will entertain the Irij Garden Club Wednesday with a coffee at 10 a. m. Mrs. M. E. Williamson will be assistant hostess. Tri Delta Entertains Rushees The Fayctteville Alliance and members of the active chapter of Delta Delta Delta entertained at a rush party at the home of Mrs. Robert Bogart on Ranch Drive, Sunday evening. Upon arrival, guests were served fruit juice cocktails In the home and then escorted to the terrace, where in the manner of a terrace cafe, a buffet supper was served. Following the supper, the group fathered Informally In the living room. As a farewell for the evening and while active members tang "Trl Delta True," the three deltas of the fraternity naine were lighted outdoors in the darkness, using a ceremony which has coma to be traditionally known as "Burning of Deltas." Guests for the evening Included Shirley Henley and Carolyn Sager, bolh of Harrison; Nancy Jo Stccie and Mary Eleanor Stafford of Sprlngdalc; Ann Bennett, Sylvia Fitzgerald, Susanna Handy, Bculah Monahan, Monte Roberts, Lois Jean Smith, Jean Ann Stewart, Fatsy Thompson, Rosita Varela, Mary Sue Wade, Barbara Wester, of Fayetle- ville; Sybil Wong of Hong Kong, China. _ Several parties have been planned this week In honor of Miss Daisy Barnctt, who is expected to arrive tonight from Dallas, Texas, to be the guest of Mr. .nd Mrs. A. D. McAllister, Jr. GOOD BREAD GOOD BUY + FRESH BREAD is a BETTER BUY + Wait for "Hot Holsum" Each Evening by 4:00 P.M. At Your favorite Grocery Personals Miss Carol Carson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Carson, is attending the Eighth International Christian Youth Fellowship Commission, meeting at Purdue, Lafayette, Ind. Fred Stevenson, manager of KORH, left Saturday for Little Rock where he attended the professional football game and meeting of the Arkansas Broadcasters Association. He is expected to return this evening. Dr. and Mrs. Tim H. Milcy and daughters. Ann and S.'.c, of Oklahoma City, Okla., left Thursday to return home afler a weelt's visit here In the home of Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Mlley. Guests this weekend In the Mlley home w.rc Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Shaw, also of Oklahoma City. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Smith returned last night from Kansas City, Mo., where they visited their daughters, Mrs. U. S.. Smith and Mrs. Patricia Frills, their granddaughter, Pattl June Frills and Mrs. Smith's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W .W. Diven., R. N. Shaw, who hai been with the Internmcrlcan Geodetic Survey In Haiti since October 1851, arrived Sunday to continue his studies nt the University. Before goln to Haiti, Mr. Shaw served Benton County Ringing Convention The Benton County Fifth Sunday Singing Convention will be held next Sunday in Slloam Springs at the Community Building. Lunches will be served In the cafes or each may bring a basket lunch. N.F.F.O.C. Auxiliary The N.r.P.O.C. Auxiliary w... have a watermelon feast for mem-i bers and their families. Thursday Boyle's Column New .York-(fl)-SiSme weeks ago A. P. Cookt, editor and publisher of the weekly Pl»nt City, Fl Courier, learned some bad news about one of his readers. The reider was himself. Should he print the news or keep silent? Cookc hesitated, then sat down and typed out his regular column, "Just .Roaming." "The word cancer is an ugly word," he began. ''It is, to most folks, cruel word, a despairing word because the very thought or it brings despair to anyone close to one so afflicted. "1 have juat been told that 1 have a cancer In the tissues ot the rnouth, but I am not despairing. 'You see, medical people say that early detection is hall the battle, and medical science has idvanced rapidly in the treatment of this affliction." ·/ BAL BOYLE I've got a life expectancy of 80." evcnlns at 7:30 o'clock »t mon Playfleld. Har- Generat Duty NunM Section There will be a meeting of the General Duty Nu-w« Section, tomorrow at 7:30 p. m.. in the doctor's lounge of the County Hospital. 40 Club Dance Dancing, beginning at 8:30 o'clock, will be in the Uark Bowl Wednesday night for members of the 40 Club and their guests. On the committee in charge are the Thad Rowdens, chairmen, the Carl Grays, the Mearl McKlnneys and the Joe Per.dlctonn. fans Chapel Auxiliary The Son* Chapel Auxiliary will meet tonight at 7:30 with Mrs. Turner Brown. Mia* Truman In Oslo Oslo, Norway - Iff) - Margaret Truman arrived in Oslo this morn- Ing by automobile, after missing the train from Stockholm. Tree Gnw» In Illlnoli Lincoln, Ill,-(fl»)-A tree of heaven is making a valiant try to get there. Sprouting out of the chimney at the home of Mrs. Minnie Houser last spring, it has attained the height of two feet. Mrs. Houser says it probably started from a seed left by a bird. Editor Cooke recalled wryly how often he, like his readers, had dropped a dime into the little boxes that appear on store counters during the American Cancer Society's annual drive--boxes that say: "Cancer strikes one of every five." '"I thought--if I gave it a thought--that I was one of the other four. But I was wrong. "I have become a statistic . . , not altogether a p l e a s a n t thought*. . /· DENNIS THE MENACE ·y Kttchcm Cooke then told his readers how a dentist had first noticed Ihe suspicious lump in his mouth, how his doclor had diagnosed il ar cancer, and of his Inlenlion lo Ily lo New York lo see Ihe specialist his own doctor recommended. "I can, 1 will keep you informed ... Meanwhile, good luck and God be with you unlil we meet again." On his arrival here Cooke met further bad news. The spccialisl recommended immediale surgery. Cooke had to make up his mind In 20 minutes whether lo be operated on two days later, or wait another week. As he hesitated, Ihe specialist said: "When your garage is on fire, put il oul before II burns up your car." "Operate," said Cooke. The next day he was in the hospital, and the day after that he was operated on. He spent more than four hours under the knife, required three blood transfusions, but 12 days later he left the hospital. Today Editor Cookc has p.';ippy ending story for his readers. The stitches are out of his juw, he feels Ihe surgeon is ss oplimislic over Ihe results of the operation as he is, and he is on his way home. Before he and his wife left, I visited with (hem on a park bench in Greenwich Village. "1 feel as if I had been through a tremendous nightmare," Cooke said. "The hospital code word for my type of operation is "Commando," and I can truthfully say that after going Ihrough it you Jeel like you've been on a Com- | mando raid. But now I feel like He expressed gratitude that his own doctor had told him promptly the full truth of his ailment. "It's a hell of a shock," he said. "But it was almost as hard for my doctor to tell me as it was for me to hear it. He haled to. "But I'm glad he did tell me. Pussy-fooling . . . bumfoozllng . . . doesn'l do any good. It's like the specialist said about your fa- rage. If it's on fire, you want to know it--and do something about il quick." Cooke is also graleful for many newspaper edilorials and letters from his readers praising him for the forthrighl arlicle he wrote about his own cancer case. "It was fine of you to boldly and frankly tell of your illness and warn others of the need for vengeance," v/rote a Florida judge. "There has been too much 'hush hush' . . . Articles like yours will help greatly in the early detection and tieatmenl of this disease." Window Mr. and Mrs. Estin Parks and daughter, Paddy, of Dodge City Kan., spent the past week with MIES Ellen Crutchfield and Miss Mary Dot Calhern at their home west of town. Mrs. Edward Bellis, Jr., and daughters are spending a few day- at Oklahoma City, Okla., with Mrs. Bellis' sister. Mr. and Mrs. Wleriok returned Thursday from Kansas, when .hey were called by the illness o Mr. Wierick's brother. He diet shortly after their arrival home Guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. M Wells are their son and daughter- to-law, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Wells and daughters of Madison, Wis Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Forsythe left Saturday for their new home at St. Auguitine, Fla. Mrs. For srthe will be In instructor at the Florida School {or the Deaf at St. Augustine. ' Mri. E. A. Bellis, Sr., is attending a family reunion at Seneca, Mo. Mrs. Estelle McFall of Oklahoma City, Okla., is the guest of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Miller. She will remain through Labor Day. Mrs. George Brown of Chicago has returned here to join her husband and son, Charles, for a vacation of several weeks. The Indian Ocean is almost half as big as the Pacific. Printing inks are a mixture of pigment and varnish. Peita Winning Out Washinglon-(/Pj-Man may be losing his age-old battle against insects. In the foreword of a new 95?-page Agriculture Department year-book titled, "Insects," Secretary of Agriculture Brannan ' calls the situation "disturbing." He said insects are costing the country approximately four billion dollars a year in damage to crops and property. , To Scrap Locomotlvee New York-OPJ-The New York Central Railroad plant to scrap ' 300 outdated steam locomotives containing enough steel to make 15,000 light tank!. 'SO UPSET BY CHANGE OF LIFE' I SCREAMED AT MY HUSBAND!" wrffw Mra. M. tfeiwWor of Mr. Voiron, M. Y. "Mm I toi'l »irff.r furelr rou too* tlut tjilU rl n Uiii»-« torn Twl ll.ihu' m*4 H Klmtlfmttf moaetn In ,cHmu IT.* HI IMIKM .MI f M know whl f Uiuttmata TM"^} · Are you going through "change of life" . . . guttering the "hot fluhei," nerroui tension, Irritability, weakness and other types of functionally-caused diitrew of thia difficult time? Wtal DMtan' Tim (IwwMI tat you l Hi i'i Com- . n . " * ' «» "* »ou? Hot It jou hiren't etncr.'snrca the relltf ol ttniion. "flni*M"ud im- WblHlj it m oltra brloi! «t tuck "liwi Before another d»y hte pwncil trv ofnlJ ,1%""" VWS 1 * cBwS fl ?"· l TM?'??" 1 AbUtj with icaed iron , . .and ducoT«r how mitca cuter jour "ch.nn ot lit." m»» bil Young* women aim oi-J»-- lufeilmt '"f function!! ,,.!,,,, n°ontsij crtSp? jna. 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