Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 26, 1952 · Page 3
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August 26, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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NORIHWtM AMUMUA* IIMt, NwnavMt, Art Mugutr To Enter Nurses Training The Courts Stand ^'9 nls Last San Uieso. 3. Circuit Court 'n,oc*iyn Bert Wilson of Kaycttcvillc \vas New Yen.'; fined $10 and costs (in four counts ' St. Lnui-; of embezzlement yesterday ly Philadelphia . . Judge JMaupin Cumming:;. 'i'hc [-'l 1 ^': 1 - 0 . | fines and costs amounted to ; , ; ^m^mnali total of $126. Wilson WHS charged j 1 .":'.,"^ ,.| ' in connection with allegedly COM- ! M '^' d Vy's"no SU ll» By The AsMniatcd I'rr») I NATIONAL LEAGUE' ! W 1. IVI.. r,u .vi 70 :"0 TL' 52 (By The AbSiH'Utcd I'rrw) Chicago -- i)i'.;!.Y Noble. IB I.' I Grand Island. Neb.. nut|iiiiiiU-ii · l Cecil Hudson. 180. Milwaukee. 8 12.' Brooklyn--Johnny Hi.itlon. \'i2.-. Chicago, stoppvd Irwin Sleen. H7, Hi MHihlyn--Dannv .In Pircr, HO. i v Yoii:. iiuliniintrd 1'lnl Mo-! i. I3a. New Ym-li. 8. i Good Avcrjic Tor Irvin lUlpomled Gleu Flanagan. Cincinnati - IT'I . Mori'.f: Iivin. since returning t-i .:r..-n Ijsl month, !·;!·; i.i[!|jr,l out r,^-t hils in 21 timer, at U.it lor a .KS-jv- ,, :.3.'c!iM off the Reds' Ken Rttitnt- Ui-Kcr Monday night. ' ' t erase. The hu.kr ,ut:;c; ior, tlif TIMFS.-II Dlfl sufferer! an nm.lr fi.nti;ii : AISU: .·lift .-nil vcrtinK gasoline purchased Arkansas Broiler Hatchery ti uck to his own use. r.inuklyn li-II. Si. Lour, l-.'i, ilaj - C'inrinnaU :!. Ne\v York H. m^l !. Municiool Court Chicago .1. iiTlulrd. Miss Beverly Johnson. FaycUcville, who has been selected by tho Washington County Medical Society Auxiliary to receive assistance to enter nurses training, is shown (riyht) receiving $100 from Mrs. Spencer Brown (left), auxiliary president, and Mrs. F. W. Ogdcn, chairman of the Selecting Committee. Miss Johnson, a 1951 graduate oC V-nivt-isity Hiirh School, is a nurses aide at County Hospital. She will innings. Onlv games Bill Fields of Springdale v.-ni · ' - _ fined S20 and costs, a tolal of f!,n, j AMERICAN LEAGUE on a charge of gambling with ! W 1. dice. ' New Ym k . . . 72 5:1 Sylvester Parker, .16. nf i.-.,j.. : Cleveland - .. ~n 33 etlcville, was fined S3 and costs, i ""I 1 " 11 ri ?i a total of $9, on a charse of speed- I yijJC'i',, J|-| ijlj ing. State Police .said 1'c ^^·.·^s | \v'-rl'hinotnn HI M driving between Oft anrl 70 miles ^;' j out 1 r '' 7") an hour and was involved in an , De'.nut 42 fil accident. I'd. .S7I1 .5511 .521 !i)l« .4li:i .341 At Least Eighf Die In Philippines Storm ! Monday's Rocults : Detroit 1. New York (I. no-hittei. '· Cleveland V. WiuOliimtm) 2, nifiht Only j-'aine:; s-jhedulecl. SOUTHERN | ChaUanoosa Manila-l/I'l-Tcn inches of rain i Ncw Orh'an- in 15 hours flooded SO ner cent of ^VJTM!" Ihis capital yesterday and today. ASSOCIATION W 1, Pet. receive S100 annually from the auxiliary's loan fund until she becomes j A S ^ e onc | O threc-fool-deen a rc^i.'-tcrcd nurse. She will enter training this fall in Arkansas Bap- ' t.st Hospital, Little Rock. Cooperative Nursery Plans For Autumn Field Trips ' In its fifth vear, the Fayettcvillc i working with the prc-.vhool child i homcs nnd wooden bridges. Thou-; of civins cows wide pastures in ,, ', ,, . , , ' , . , j ,. , 'sands of workers In the cilv of i which to crav. herns are somc- Coopcralive Nursery School, Io-; having had three years work as !)i000i00(| 1)cl . s(ms wcrc n ., nron , lcr , · , imrs k( ., rt in the, city limits and x cated in the Mcllroy House behind supervisor of the Veteran's V i l - j f o r hours in waist-high, swirling! iheir feed is shipped in Irom walers receded, al least cighl dead were counlcd. Six bodies v.-ere recovered from flooded Manila streets. Two persons drowned in the provinces. The slorin, whipped by heavy winds, injured 14 others. Three were missing. Swollen rivers and ' streams swept away rows of j fil rr, (IS (17 nn 71) 71 EO Mobile Mcnipris Ka-hvillc LiUlc Hoi'k .... Dirmingbam . Monday's Results Nashville 1, Little Pnck n. Chattanooga M, Memphis S. Mobile !, Atlanta 2. Birmingham (i. New Orleans 3. In the Los Angeles area, inMcad ttic Episcopal Church, will open classes for the pre-school child, September fi. lage Nursery School. A program running ihrnujrh May, is divided into three terms | w ; atcrs. The school will he in charge o f ! of three months, with an organized mother's jrroup assisting. Dur- Mrs. Barbara Bradford, who is University graduate in nursery school work and experienced in DRESSING ENTIRELY DIFFERENT FromAnytrrxiniYiu Htvt fvtr Taltd Btfort -- ~ ~ WONDERFULLY DELICIOUS ng these months the mothers arc actively engaged in working with the instructor, serving in rotation, or they on Hie Chairman /if (he group is Mrs. I niphl ' David McNair and serving with Lodge Where Hoover Is Guest Burns farms farther away, says the Na- ; IkmH Geographic Society. Bishon, Calif.-Wl-llcrbcrl lino- '; vcr slroo'e in ni^ht clothes fro;n j may at any time "sit in" ] the burning lodge of a friend at class activities. : Silver Lake near here Sunday "All my life I spent a good deal h7r7,e''M\r 1 Hcr J ber'r'L V ew1.s,'jr.'. :0 '' limc |ielpi"g refugees." a cnmircasurei: Mrs. W. C. Morion. Mrs. ! ^"'TM:..?.-. . l ..!l a .!". 1 !. t ;' 1 ". : 1 ..'L"" l!% ' 1 Allan Gilbert and Mrs. Jack Ed- program committee; Mrs TUNE UP? COMPLETE OVERHAUL? SEE BOB HALL AT WHITELEY'S GARAGE d ! the former president yesterday. "This is the first lime I ha'.e fell j like one." The lodge, luxurious mountain i home of Importer Na:e Milnor, Keep nn with IBe tlmu-- re»t lh. Timer daily. PLACE YOUR LOAN HERE AND GET THESE ADVANTAGES m DcUy or H«d Tape rokerage or Commission Penally for Pay Off nleresl Charge in advance Out-of-lown lenders W« pay borrower Interest on his tax and insurance money. There are many other ADVANTAGES in having your loan at home with Ihis FRIENDLY INSTITUTION FAYETTEVILLE BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION CRAVENS BUILDING PHONE 353 I Chester Williams and Mrs. Jirn i Stockcr. maintenance- Mrs. John 'p^patiorPro^nf "^ "» ^"-« ^ ^ fire ' The mothers also take their turns on field trip?, in which the children visit places of intcrcFl in I ' t h e community. Two such trips, jhavc alrcady'bccn planned surh as | ( t h e one In the University dairy i ! form nnd onr to a paw mill. This 'will follow the study and rlisru?- j ston of milk and its origin and of | leaves and trees. ! A daily program has been se! j un Io inrlur'c a physical check^up I after arrival from 8:30 to 9:30 a. ; I m.; free play frnm !) to 9:13 a. m.. ; which is a creative period, super( \ised but not directed or planner!; games and prenaraliftn for refresh- ; merits; story time; free play. j j A pi?.ah!e accumulation of equip- · ' mcnt is in readiness for the com- ! iii2 school year. There are wood- ' rn inlaid puzzles, hollow building blocks, scaled hardwood blocks, ' workbench, doll house, film view- I cr, croccry store, wooden train · and track, boats, sand table, costume box and record- player. Outdoor equipment consists of · jiinple gym. sand pile, slides, tri- ! cycles, wagons, a doll house. wooden ramn. saw horses, boards, barrels and- nail keps for build- in?. They early cnrollm^nj is limited to 20 chiic'rcn. This has not been filled anr! anyon-j in',.ercsi(,':i may receive further ii r nrmation by rontactins: Mrs. David McNair. Vi GALLON Vaniiia Ice Cream 63c Bros. Locker It's That Time Again It won't bs long ' t i l l school storts again. And autumn with an important flurry of engagements and weddings -and the usual anniversary and birthday celebrations. Let Us Help You.. with your Back-To-School and College needs. Andi if you are one of those "Lucky Lovers" let us show you a selection of diamonds at a range you can afford. And anniversary and birthday presents are another specialty with us. Use Your Credit, at Miller's You can open a charge account in only a few minutes. No Carrying Charge. l Come In Sooii" GOOD BREAD is a GOOD BUY + FRESH BREAD is a BETTER BUY Wait for "Hot Holsum Each Evening by 4:00 P.M. At Your Favorite Grocery II Again Ihis year, corduroy leads Fall's campus fashion parade because it's Ihe most,versatile subject of the busy co-cd. Take corduroy along on "field trips" . . . to soda doles . . . anywhere your extra-curricular (un fake you! It's our candidate for the Masters Degree in Wardrobe. Buy a complete outfit in red, green, gold, sand or copper. DUSTERS 17.95 Specially treated for water repcllency. SKIRTS . . . . ,5.98-7.98 Both (lured and straight styles. JACKETS . . . 11.25-14.95 Thrcc-quarlci und waist lengths, belted. CAPS . . . . 2.25 With adjuslabld head size. A small deposit reserves a complete corduroy outfit in our loyaway! Virst in Fayctleville OUR BOOKS ARIi CLOSED! Buy now - pay in October!

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