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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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90, 1M2 On Ik Radio New Yotk · (*) · Listening tonight. ,,. NBC - 7 Jan* Am*; 7:90 Start ,Jn ; Khaki and Blue; I Ohio River . .Junbor**; 1:30 Grand 01* Opry, I Reuben P*ub*n; t:30 Duke of -,-CBS - 6:05 Saturday in St. · ~L*ttit; 7 Gent Autry; 7:30 Taresn; .4 C*ngbu»teri. ttfsABC - a:30 Dinner Huilc; 7 rWtndng Party. «' MBS -. 6:30 Down Vou Go; 7 Twenty Questions; 7:30 Theater of "the Air; 8:30 Guy Lombardo; B ·Tnteago Theater. -fr. ·« _ " Early observers of the moon be- ..lieved Incorrectly that the dark .jwtchet on Ita surface were oceani. KVENINO tM Lombardo on the Air t:U Starlight Time . ·:» New. ·:U Ozark Sports Review 7.-00 BASEBALL Pittsburgh Pirates Vs. St. Louis Cardinal! , J;tp Twenty Questions K News Dance Orch. Dance Orch. Newt UHO Dine* Oreo. tlifOSIfBOH .... SUNbAT MOBNINC : 7» Freedom Story JjjD St. James Baptist Church ! ta Chart* of ChrM 1:10 raytttevUk. Baptist Aim 1:45 Central Baptirt Church MO Nutrtnt Chuic 1:1) Central Christian Church 1:10 Central Christian Chuch l:« Music for Sunday Ifclt TIMH Morning ttawi Edltloa 10:10 Vote* of Prophecy 11:0* Pint BeptlM Church .with MUM Poctnttt Tips and Shew TUBM 1-00 BASEBALL New York dlanta Vi. Brooklyn D»d««rf Bandstand U.S.A. U/V 1:00 Oratn Hornet JO Under Arrest 4- 4:00 Th« Snartow *« True Detective Hysteria I (tOO Sft Preston of In* Yukon I 0:30 Sunday Down South SUNDA* NIOssT «00 Meet Your Congrm «:M.N*wi tM Christian Selene* Program ; 7:00 Hawaii Calls t SM Methodist Church 8:30 Musical Interlude 1:00 Top Ten tM Top Ten AM Top' Ten $45 Quiet Music 10:00- News 10:13 Political Picture |g JO Slffi Off *** MONDAY MOmNINO 8:30 Kise N' Shin* »:50 RFD M50 6.00 Rise N' Shin* 1:30 Market Report and WMthsjt C:3S Riae 1!' Shim 1:45 Stock Talk Tim* TiOO KorJw Kup I 7:30 Mornlnf News I'M Koffee Kup Kapen fcOO News ·US Morninf Devotion 1:30 TIMES Mornlnf Editin* 1:43 HoUum Gospel Hymns »:00 Morning Melodies 9:15 Paula Stone Show »:30 Take a Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Random Rhythms 10:10 Queen fo.' a Day llcOO Rhythm Ranch Hands llil 5 Bauckaie Commentary 11:15 News 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup ll;53 Market Report : MONDAT AFTUNOON l!;00 Jordannalret 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuckwagon Jamboree 17:45 Riders of the Purple Sage SpringdoU Memorial Hospital Holds Open House Tomorrow The $000,000 Springdale Memorial Hospital will open for public Inspection tomorrow afternoon, and the first patient will be accepted September 8. The front of the building is pictured at the top. Also shown in the photos taken by V. D. McRoberts, are the obstetrical and delivery room, the nursery, and the interior of one of the rooms. There are 12 private rooms, each with its own bath t half of the rooms air conditioned. There are also 10 semi-private rooms which have two beds. Per- j sonal and group donations ralsec $200,000, and a federal grant o $400.000 was obtained to financ the completely modern building and equipment. Springdale The Pen Point Club met Tuesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carlisle of Fayetteville Lynn Bickford of Tulsa served as co-hostess. Mr. Carlisle presided over the business meeting at which election of officers was held. Pat Patrick was elected president. Other officers: Vice-president, Tom Rothrock; secretary- treasurer, Miss Eva Howard; corresponding secretary, Mrs. H. H. Clark; and reporter, Leo Lichlyter. Lynn Bickford and Miss Mable Harrison lead some of their original work, and Leo Lichlyter read a poem submitted by Melva Birch of Lowell. Sales were reported by Mrs. H. R. Clark to "Voices of St. Jude," and by Miss Mable Harrison to the "Baptist Training Union Magazine." Those attending the meeting were: Mr and Mrs. Tom Rothrock, Howard Clark, Mrs. Earl Jines, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Patrick and daughter, Miss Mable Harrison, Lynn Bickford, Leo Lichlyter, Eva Howard, and Irving Kltts. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served. Mrs. B. J. Barlow was given a surprise bridal shower at the wme of Mrs. Leslie Buchanan on Maple Drive Tuesday evening. After the honoree had opened her [ifts refreshments were served to he following: Mrs. Stanley Jordan, Miss Betty Morris, Mrs. Garand Tripp, Mrs. Effie Snell, Mrs. Clifton Sisco, Mrs. Espen Walters, Miss Virginia Gray, Mrs. Claude Rust, Hiss Helen Jo Buchanan, Mrs. J..-C. Payne, fcud Mrs. Allen McClabi. Gifts, were sent by Mrs. CMorge Harner, Mrs. Richard Harris, Mrs. Doyle Clark, Mrs. Landreth Loyd and Mrs. Don Hatfield. Miss Virginia Gray of Missouri is spending the week with her sister, Mrs. Espen Walters. St. Raphael's Altar Society met Monday evening at the Cenacle on Shiloh Street. Mrs. Conrad Hammond presided over the business meeting. Plans were made for a pot luck supper Wednesday, September 17. The door prize was presented to Mrs. Hammond. There were 12 women present. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served by the hostess, Mrs. Michael Paparella. The next meeting will be October 6 with Mrs. Leland Pepple as hostess. The Dorcas school class of the First Baptist Church met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs Mel Collins on the Cave Springs Road. A cooperative dinner was served at the beginning of the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bird of Springdale are in Winifield, Kan., visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. "Stoney 1 Jackson and baby. They were accompanied by Mrs: Ji'" E. Marin, and her sister, Miss Byrte Smyer, who is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roland Clark of Coffeyville, Kan. Members of the Springdale High School band met Thursday evening at the band room for a pecial practice session. The band, lirected by Harry Hinckley, will urnlsh music for the open house and dedication of the new Springdale Memorial Hospital. Investigation Asked Detroit-yPJ-The Air Force As- ociation today drafted a call to Congress for a full scale investi- lation of the proper responsibili- ies of the military services. - · | In the early days of the auto- iqbile, closed cars were rare be- ause they were expensive and hard to build. SdwIarsMp Won By Hiss Bohannan Of Fayetteville ' The first National Old Line Insurance Company scholarship in business administration at the University has been awarded to Lena Mildred Bohannan of Fayetteville, Edwin E. Dunaway, chairman of the University Scholarship Committee, has announced. Nearly all of the asteriods, fhich are small planets, revolve round the sun in orbits which lie aetween those of Mars and Jupi- er. MISS BOHANNAN The . scholarships, which were recently established, will be awarded by the Little Rock insurance company to an Arkansas high school graduate on the basis of ability, character, and need. Each scholarship will pay $600 the freshman year and $300 annually for a maximum of three additional years. Miss Bohannan was graduated in June from .Fayetteville High School with almost an "A" grade average. She will study general Business at the University before deciding what business field she srefers for specialization. She is the daughter of W. C. Bohannan. W. E. Darby, president of the National Old Line Insurance Com- any, said, "We are delighted to lave as the first to receive the National Old Line scholarship in the University College of Business Administration a student of such promise as is Mill Bohannan. · From her put record wf know she will take full advantage of her opportunities. It is the bop: of the National Old Line Insurance Company that the and.those'who will follow her will enjoy being the recipient of these scholarships as much as we are to have made their enjoyment possible. The greater the use to which all of them put these scholarships, the greater will be our joy in having provided them." Another Temblor In California; Woman Dies Bakersfield, Calif. -(/P). T h i s earthquake jittery city was^ alarmed last night when another trem- blor shook the city and indirectly caused the death of a woman. No property damage was reported. Mrs. Zelda Reynolds, 27, wife of Ralph Reynolds, a real estate man, was sitting on a tufa beside her husband when the quake struck. She leaped up, then fell to the ' floor dead, victim of a heart attack. The - word "nerve" originally meant tendon, but now refers to the structures through which the brain sends messages to the body, including much of the brain itself. OCT. 1st Final Date TO PAY 1951 Taxes Without Penalty Moil Cheek Early To Avoid Ruth Ralph Taylor COLLECTOR Weekly Classified Business and Professional Directory EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS CITY HOSPITAL Phon* 1300 GAS. Phono 21*0 i «»·«·· ·UIINIM comma ** TRAM KM CITY WATW PUNT. Phon* 721 LIGHT AND POWER. Phon. 2200. PIKE. PhoiM 75 POUCi. PheiMU CIVIL SERVICE JOiS SECRETARIAL -- STANDARD COURSES ' FAYETTEVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE FAYCTTEVILLE, ARKANSAS H. O. DAVIS. PUBS. PHONE VI* OLAU · AUTO GLASS A MIRROR SHOP Automobil. Glass Installed Glass Tabln -- Plate Glass -- Mirrors Minor RmUwing. Olasi Furnlfun Taps ALL WORK GUARANTEED II* W«4f MMdew. Phono 2720 ur» Mimn.il FAYETTEVILLE AUTO SUPPLY II EAST MOUNTAIN FATETTEVILLE. ARK. PHONE 7T4 Crankshaft Grinding Mctor RotHiildinr tat* Fw AH Can ant) Track* Tmgstefl Works In 1:00 BASEBALL Game of the Day StM Afternoon Varieties »;00 Swing Session *30 Tune Pick'n Time 44* Tunt Pick'n Time 4:M Turn Pick'n Ton* Ml The Merry Mailman tO» taw of th* » lar · itM Cecil aVewp GALLON i».,., ffc Tungsten, N.... C.-(P)-Becaus Chinese Communists control much f the world's ;supply of -tungsten his little mining town has be come * strategic center in the U.S efense program. It is one of the sw places in ' the 'country where he metal has -been, found. The' Hamme mine ' and mill ii forking to maintain suppli« f .and ulld. ub a stockpile. Tungsten rent into the A-bombs in World far tl. It will also have a part in he H-bomb if and when it i ullt It Is used in' Jet engines, llgh ulb filaments, radio end radar uttlng tools and armor-piercini htlts also use it. The deposit here was discovered In mi. The 'trouble, with mining it Is that prices varied so sharply It cost $100 for JO pounds in World War I, but Imports from China later 'brought the price down to $12 for 20 pounds. Now the U.S. jjovrrnmont has guaranteed · price of $A3 for 20 pounds In dnmestlc producers and the Hamme works are booming, Prairie Grove Mr. and Mrs. Jo* Parka enter- Uintd with a dinner at thrlr home Thursday rrtnlng. Ouetts wart Mr. and Mrs. Abbott Johnston, Mr*. Ltwli Morton, and Miss B*t- ty VUNMi. Abbott Jehniton, tn _. Is iNiving won for MtYttf ta Kow«, and Mra. Morton, ·to* ^k'lMMr fuwt, U going to 34*M»r to b* with her husbtnd, A. M. Nlchol, wh« spent their vacation with Mn Nichol's parents, Mr. and Mr: Bob HightoYvr, have returned t their base at Oakland. Calif. Nlch ol is a chief petty officer at th Navy's Oak Knoll Hospital. Mrs Nichol, the former Miss Hole Hightowcr, is assistant supcrviso at the Eastsidc Hospital In Oak land. Mrs. E. C. Carl has rcturnci f r o m - a visit to her son, Barton Carl and family nt Gorce, Texas She was accompanied by Mrs. J S. Hnrlan and tjrs. Clyde Sonc. Mrs. R. H. Morrison, city librarian, is on vacation until the firs o f , September, Mra. S. E. Brewer, Charlen Brewer, and Mrs. W. D. Mullinax have returned from a two-day visit with Mrs. C. L. Shepherd o Shawnee, Okla. They were accompanied by Miss Pat Brewer, wh was enroute to Slaton, Texas where she will teach. Miss Carolyn Nelson has rclurn- ert to her home in Little Rock nf- ter spending the summer mention with her sister, Mrs. Jnmcs Gnrt- mon. Cpl. and Mrs. Bob Krlsby of Midwest City, Okl«., announce the ilrth of a son, Robert Michael Mrs. Frlsby is the former Miss Mary Nell Cawood. Cpl. Frlsby Is erving on Okinawa, Mrs. Lily McCoy and daughter of Dcnlson, Texas, were guests of ilrs.'W. J. Butcher Tuesday and Wednesday. Robert Bldwel! spent a week with his parents, the Rtv. and Mrs. O. C. Bldwel!, enroute from h* University of Virginia, where * worked this summer on his Ph. D. degree, to Klngsvllle, Texas) 'here he will serve »r, principal f th* Tex-Mex School for boy*. Ww«ll will spend the w«ke: indfat Mo Ranch, Texas, attending th Young Adult Conference of th Presbyterian Church. Miss Jerry Waddel has return to Mt. Ida, where she is teaching this year, after a visit with Mis Pat Brewer. Mr. and Mrs. Estes Ryker daughter of Lawton, Okla., visiting Mrs. Ryker's parents, Mr and Mrs. Dolph Helm. Barbara Patrick is spending th weekend with June Seals of Pettigrew. Miss Martha Basham of Clarks- villc, senior high English teacher on the Prairie Grove faculty, wil live with Mrs. Msy Fcree. Miss Louise Stubblefield of Charleston the new home ec teacher, wil stay at the home of Mr. and Mrs Dolph Helms. Mr. and Mrs. Layton McCoy and sons have returned after spending two days in St. Louis attending the Cardinal - Dodger baseball same. J. B. Curtslngcr, aviation mechanics mate, has returned to the navnl bnsc nt Jacksonville, Fla., iftcr spending a 30-dny leave with his pnrchls, Mr. and Mrs. Jess ^urtslngcr. Miss Dona Marrs Is a patient In ho Fayetteville City Hospital. Mrs. Hugh Cox of Van Buren Is spending th* week with her daughter, Mrs. Herbert Burham. Natural gas is lets polsonou* han manufactured gas because manufactured gas contains carbon monoxld*. The Greek word for muilc In- luded all studies Intended to cul- vatc th* mind rather than th* body. SINES BODY SHOP Bedr and F«d« Work. Painting, Safety Glass. Upholstering. But COTMS. 227 W. Dickton Phon* 196 CL1AHIM · LAUNCHIV CITIZENS LAUNDRY DRY QEANERS Quality -- Service 32«N.W.tt Phone 2146 PhoiM (77 Complota Drug Sten S*rv!c*. Fraw Delivery from 7:30 A. M. to 10:00 P. M. PALACE DRUG STORE Walgreen Agency 422 Dtckaoa St Far«rt«Tlll«. Ark. ·iiecnv · LAND'S GROCERY WE DELIVER "Right on f*o H/woy-Xigfef on fkt Fr/eo" 100 N. COLLEGE PHONE 1212 JIWILHV ' Also LOANS LICENSED PAWNBROKER ROCHIER'S JEWELRY SOUTH SIN SQUAM LIQUMI- SAM'S LIQUOR STORE taytrrtvJHt'i Mas* Hit FAYETTEVILLE M|LK CO. WwhiiflionCwBtyFirmen MufuilFirchwirince Organized 1922 1952 will be 200th Anniversary of Mutual Insurance Phone 180 209 North Block Street MW* STAND · CARMEN'S NEWS STAND (Formnlr Fowler's Frutt and Ntw. Stand) "THE BI3 LITTLE STORE" la FAYETTEVfLLE at 412 WEST DICKSON PHONE 1*4 PLUMVIN*- JOHNSON PIUMBRIG AND HEAIHW CONTRACT OR REPAIR Corner Spring and School. Phono IOM HKVICI tTATWNf- WALKER AUTO SERVICE COMPLETE SERVICE FOR ALL CAN BaUndPg ^ AND Hi S. COILEGE, FAYITTEVim, AMC. PHONE 771 mot i PEERY SIGN AND ELECTRIC SIGNS -- NEON -- ELECTRICAL WIRING 1-DAY.SERVICE ON NEON REPAIRS FREE ESTIMATES ON ELECTRICAL WORK 132 SOUTH SCHOOL PHONI 2M1 ·AXI M 400 W. 0-K TAXI CO. Oat Cakt IN SMW *qulrT*1 with 3-wtf Radio to gin y« b*tl*i Mtrle*. For Tajd S*rr«M nil Th« N«w ROYAL F.miry eon M* You toco. ALDUNMRmiWRIYIR CO.

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