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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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AKAMAI TIMH, Hu«d*y, s«iH*nk*r i, t nMntni'ttmmimtiiiiuiiiBiiMttHMiHimiiiiiiiitiiiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiii m S oce KATHLHN DOZiU laiMiHmiiiiammiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimMiiiiiiiinim.iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiii · Daily Calendar of Events · Tonight . . . Ozark Council Artiste and Craftsmen, Mountaihbufg, all day FayettevlJle District Nurses, VA Hospital Nurses Home, 7:30 Farmlnglon Lodge, Farmington Maionlc Hall, 7:30 Tuesday . . . BoyB Club Board of Directors, Ferguson's, 7:30 a, m. Lion's Club, Ferguson's, 12 Klwimis Club, Washington Hotel, 12 Washington County Medical Society, Washington Hotel, 7 Sub Deb Club, Sug Cate, 7 Naval Reserve Composite Unit, Eason Building, 7 300th Military Government Group, 112V4 West Center, 7:30 Sportsmen's Cl'ib, Clubhouse, 7:30 O. E. S., Masonic Hall, 7;30 Zela Tau Alpha Alumnae, Mrs. Bess Boynton, 7:30 ^____--_^-_ State Chairman Named By Mrs. Phillips, AFWC Head Department and division chairmen for the Arkansas Federation of Women's Clubs, al named from the Northwest area by their president, Mrs. W. E. N. Phillips, are: Mri, James T. Brown of Slloam. Springs, Radio and Television; Mri. Oscar Sabon, Eureka Springs, Foreit and Recreation; Mrs. G. C. Tlnnln, .Bentonville, department chairman of Education; Mri. C. D. Atklnton, Fayotteviile, Scholar- ·hlp and Loans; Mri. J. M, Shinn, Harrison, Moral and Spiritual Valuoi; Mrs Tom Dearmore, Mountain Home, Historical; Mri. S, E. Apple, Fort Smith, department chairman of Communications; Mrs. R o b e r t Baker, Mountain Home, Drama and Pageantry; Mri. T. J. Gilstrap, BentoAvllle, .Projects for International Affairs; Mrs, Colice Stotc, Slloam Springs, UNESCO; Mrs. C. R. FenJmorc, Prairie drove, Gerontology. Committee chairmen from this area are: Federation Clubwoman staff, Mrs. Fred McCulitlon, Mrs. J. C. Parks and Mrs. Donald Parks, all of Prairie Grove; Nursing, Mrs. ; E. L. Romans, Fayetteville! Mrs, : Carl A. Keys, Mountain Home; , Credentials, Mrs. Lee Sanders, Sprlngdile, representative to Unl- vertlty International Exchange Student Council; Mrs. E. L. Ro-i matu, Fayetteville', Resolutions. Mrs. Phillips will leave Wednesday morning on a speaking · tour, visiting the following clubs: ! South Culture Club of El Do'r- i-'alOylVpdncsday afternoon; Friday, ' Waldo Civic Club; September 9. Slloam Springs, Woman 1 ! Fort- nightly Club; and September 18, Plggott; September 22, preside and conduct a Board meeting in Little Rock. Next month she will attend the General Federation Board meeting In Washington, D. C., October 15-18, and attend a forum to be held In New York by the New York HeraW-Trlbune; act as moderator for a panel discussion on "Plans for the 'Collegiate School o? Nursing," which will be held In Fort Smith, October 31, by the Arkansas State Nurses Association; November 22, speak for a meeting of the Malvern Federated club. Mrs. Phillips hopes to Include both the Rogers' and Mountain Home clubs in the fall calendar. She aso announces the publication this week of "The Arkansas Woman." a bulletin which will be Issued to all dues-paying members six times during 'the year. Each Issue will feature, one of the ·ix districts. _ Mr. and Mrs. Gage Honored At Dinner A dinner was given yesterday by Mr and Mrs OHO Gage at their home In honor of his parents, Mr, and Mri. M. D. Gage, of Compton, Calif. Guecti for the occasion were Mrs. Nola Carter, Mrs. Alice Davison and Mrs. Sharp, all of Forl Smith; Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Sandor and children and Mrs. Mary Keown, all of Fnycltpvillc; John Loyd Gage, USN, and his sister, Sharon Gage, aon and daughter ol the Otto Gagis. DENNIS THE MINACE f By Keteham ·HEH-HSH. 0-oajt let THINK XX) iSR Uf« Blevins-Hunlcy Marriage Told Avoca-(Speci»l)-Announcem*n has been made of the marriage o Mfss Joyce Hunley of Wichita Kan., to George C. Blevini, ton o Mr, and Mrs. Hershel Blevini o: Avoca. , The marriage took place Augur 9, in Wichita, the home of the bride. The couple left for a honeymoon In the Ozarks, during which they visited in the home of the bridegroom's parents, returning Saturday to Wichita, where they will make their home. The bride Is manager of a cloth- Ing store in Wichita. The bridegroom attended the Rogers high school, spent some time in the U.S. Navy, and Is employed by the .Swallow Aircraft plant in Wichita, _ )eMolays Entertain Initiation Candidates Rogers-(Speclal)-As its first social event of the year, · the Order of DeMolay entertained the candidates for initiation Friday night with a hay ride to Dream Valley Ranch, followed by a fried chicken icn(c dinner. Music for dancing nd singing was furnished by larold King and hit western tring band. Attending were Bobby Wyatt, : oyce Wilson, Robert Wright, flary Jane Herndon, Paul Glvens, loyce Croxdale, Derkey Wilson, Judy Tuel, Harrell Miller, Janice Skclton, Rex C a r s o n , Sonja Grimes, Dickie Adcock. Margaret Kennan, John Garrett, Barbara Ricketts, Jeanne Bender Clayton Evcrsole, Janice Beaulieu, Richard Bungart, Sue Fraier, Jack Deason, Barbara Brust, Donnie Jefferson, Barbara Robinson, John Gregory, Nancy Ka» McDonald, Dickie Conway, Maxle Gundlach, Gall Banks, Bobby Skaggs and Russell Rlggs. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Grim, Hall Crossman, Mr. and Mrs, E. C. Eversole and Mrs. Alta Wyatt chaperoned the group. Mr. Crossman, secretary of the Masonic bodies announced that all boys between the ages of 14 and 21 years of age wishing to become members might contact him at the Masonic Te County H. D. Clubs Announce Schedule County Home Demonstration clubs will meet this week at follows: Tuesday, Baptist Ford, Mrs. Ava Tcrhune, 11 a.m., Rural Builders, Son's Chapel Church, 10 a.m., Bethel Grove, Community Build, ing; Wednesday, Savoy, Community Building, 2 p.m.: Thursday, Rlchland, Mrs. Homer Bragft, noon. Mt. Comfort, Com- muntly Building, noon, Walnut Grove, Friendly Neighbors, Mrs C. L. Reed, 7:30 p.m., Durham, Community House, t p.m.; Friday, Evansvllle, Wanda and Winnie Price, 2 p.m., -Mineral Springs, Community Building, 10 a.m., Sykllght, Auda Wright, 10 a.m. Miss Hutchens Wins Scholarship Award Glynda Vestal Hutchens, II, of Route 1, .Bentonville. has won the R. Coin Mason scholarship at the University for the coming year, according to an announcement made today by Edwin E. Dunnway, chirman of the University's Scholarship Committee. Miss Hutchens, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl D. Hutchens, was an honor graduate in June at the Bentonville High School. She won the school a citizenship award, and was a member of the honor society and the staff of the school annual. She plans to major in home economics at the University. Larry Steven Robbins Honored On Birthday Mrs. Keith Robbins entertalnei Friday alfernoon at her horn with a party in honor of her ion tarry Steven, on hit fourth birth day/ Mill Betty Jo. Ledford of Elkin was In charge of games. Favor of dolls and toy planes were received by the guests, For refreshment], the 15 chil dren were seated around the linen covered table, centered with tiered white birthday, cake. Ice cream, punch and cake were served, after which group pictures were made. Guests included Brenda am Sharon Gayer, Linda and Bobby 5eorge Dockery and Jimmy Haw- dns, all of Fayetteville; Joyce Fay Robbins and Betty Jo Ledford ol Elklni; Delmer Baggett, Richard Hall, Ann and Kathy Barls, Mary and Larry Robbins, Patricia Lair- imore, and Danny and Dewey Boyd of Buckner. Miss Wade Engaged To Carl Cotrill Rogers-(Special)-Mr. and Mrs. lalph Wade of Bentonville have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their laughter, Barbara Jean, to Carl Cotrill, son of Mr, and Mri. Carl Cotrill of Rogers. Mill Wade attended the Bentonville high school and li now employed in the Sample Store at Bentonville. Mr. Cotrill attended logers high school, terved with the National Guards in Korea, and now employed in Tulsa. The marriage will be an event Mate fall, and will take place in he First Baptist Church in Rogn. _ Jack Tidball Post Sponsors Coffee Hour The Fifth Sunday coffee hour sponsored by the Jack Tidball Post, VFW, was held yesterday afternoon at the Veterans Hospital. Music wag under the direction of Bud Ledbetter. Mrs. Lilly M. Courtney and Mrs. Eva A. Putnam were in charge. of Dr. and Mra. Dorsey Jones ir Mri. Jones' son; Colllna E. Ruth nell, his wife and their ion, Tod Robert, of Lancaster, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Miller anc daughters, Linda, Pat and Joyce of Topeka, Kan., arrived Saturda; to spend the weekend here a guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Cloui and family. Relatives of Mrs. W. T. Smitl met here at her home yesterday and went to the City Park for i picnic lunch and swimming yes. terday afternoon. Those who wen there included Clarence Smith Miss Lou Verna Smith and Delores Reeves of Cane Hill; Mr and Mrs. Carl Carte, Broken Bow Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Parke and children and Vemon Smith of Wichita, Kan.; Mrs. Irene Bow- lir. and children and Miss Ethe Smith of Fayetteville. Announcements Ztla Tau Alpha Alumnae Alumnae of Zeta Tau Alpha wil meet tomorrow evening at 7:31 o'clock, with Mrs. Bess Boynton 220 East Maple Street. Allniu Business-Luncheon Meeting The business-luncheon meeting of Altrusa will be held Wednes day at 12 o'clock, noon, in Ferguson's dining room. Births Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Oreenlee Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Greenlee of Fayetteville, announce the birth of a son, August 30, at the County Hospital. Mr. *nt Mn. Junior Sprlngiton Mr. and Mrs. Junior Springston of Elkins, announce the birth of daughter, August 30, at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mra. George Steele Mr. and Mrs. George Steele of Fayetteville, announce the birth »f a son, August 30, at the City Hospital. Personals Dr. and Mrs. George V. Harri: have returned from an extensive vacation trip; which took them a far north as Lake Louise The' also visited in Calgary, Alberta Canada, with Mri Harris 1 brother. Mri. Grace Rene Adkins ii the author of a feature itory on the history of Christ's Church in Fay etteville, which appears in the September issue of the Restoration Herald, published In Cincinnati C. A. Stump of Fayetteville wa; named Northwest District vice president of the Arkansas Furnl lure Association, which met lai week In Little Rock. Visitors yesterday In the D. H Boyd home were former Mt. Com fort residents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lavender and two children and Mrs. Dee R. loft, all of Texar kana, and Mr. and Mrs. Garland Cannon and ton, Dean, of Long Beach; Calif. W E .Hodnett will leave this week for Lincoln, 111. He plans to be gone about 10 days. Frank Scott hn returned from Louisville, Ky, and will leave again this week to enter Pennsylvania University. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gasperi and children of Pasedena, Texas, were guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carl, Jr. Mri. Mary Bateman plans to leave Wednesday to visit her sister, Mr. H. J. Fruin, in Boston, Mass: Guesti thus week in the home 5 steps to enjoyment in · THE PENGUIN ROOM OMARCOCITAIL LOUNGE · THE ALCOVE · THE COFFEE SHOP ·THE SCY-HY ROOF Flu* all dub ladUtUev I* pool. 22 0««n ·! jMibtitthMrtM Cily. RtMcEACHIM. Direction--SouthwMt Hoteli.lne H a Manning, Founder GOOD BREAD GOOD BUY but FRESH BREAD is a BETTER BUY · Wait for \\ Each Evening by 4:00 P.M. At Your favorite Grocery Mr. an* Mn. Leonard Hendricks Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hendricks of Springdale, announce the birth of a daughter, September 1, at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mra. Wilbur L. VanDine Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Louis VanDine of Seligman, Mo., announce the birth of a daughter. August 31, at the County Hospital. Mr. and Mn. Norman Ubl Mr. and Mrs. Norman Uhl of Fayettevilie, announce the birth of a son, August 31, at the County Hospital. Diughler Held In Gaj Death Of Cancer Victim Norwalk, Conn.-(/P)-A 32-yearr old woman was held today in connection with the gas death of her 72-year-old father, who was critically ill with cancer. Detective Capt. George Risi ordered a 24-hour, police guard at the Norwalk Hospital bedside of Miss Lois Curtis, overcome by gas fumes which police said killed her father Saturday. Police said a suicide note disclosed Miss Curtis may have killed her father by turning on all the gai jets on a kitchen range, then remaining in the house in an attempt to take her own life. Here's How to Cut This Loss Complete fire inturanc* coverage Is the safe, sura way to protect yourself from lest. · No matter what the cause of the fir* may be, we hove a type of fire insurance that will give you absoluU protection against financial loss. Com* In and diuusi insuranc* coverage for your property today. · Renner Company, Inc. IKE GOVERNMENT, WE SPEND MORE THAN WE TAKE IN FOOD AND IEVERAES 30% VARIOUS GOODS AND SERVICES V)'/. HOUSING, FUEL AND REFRIGERATION 15% PERSONAL INSUR W ANCE PREMIUMS GIFTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS 4% 5 JIHI AVERAOf AMtRKAN family waj juit like the government In I860, (pending more than It took In by $400 according to · lurvejr at Bureau of Labor Sttttatlca, which points out that period Include! a national buying ipree during outbreak DC the Korean war. Chart at»»« ahowa where the money went Flgurea are |bued on expenditure! o» 10.SU funlllea In II urban areea. Survey wu nude for consumers' price tndtx, Degrees Conferred By tenlon Pomona Grange The Benlon County Pomona (range youth degree team con- erreri the fifth degree of patrons J husbandry on candidates at Vaughn High School auditorium August 29. Wayne Lawrence of Sentry presided: · Community service reports en- ercd in the state community serv- ce contest were discussed. Final winners will be announced during he State Grange session October I. Mrs. Dele N. Doke was appointed chairman of a committee to lan an educational exhibit for he Benton County Fair, present- ng the story of the Grange. Mem- wit are Mary May, Roy Stewart, toy Cunningham, Dan Jeuup and W. C. Sumner. September 14 was selected as) he date for the annual Benton County Pomona picnic to be held it. Little Osage Bridge, near faughn on Highway 1£. The next meeting will be held September 10 at Vaughn School. Halley's comet on its last visit 'as under observation by astron- mers from September, 1909, to uly, 1911. It is estimated that less than 20 per cent of American Negroes are f pure African descent. HOSPITAL -- CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE er administrator of City Hospital, Vinita, Okla., where she worked 15 years; administrator of the Durant, Okla., Hospital; and administrator from June, 1950, until its management was taken over by a Catholic sisterhood. Chief of staff is Dr. John W. Dorman. Vice chief of staff is Dr. Friedman Sisco, son of the late Dr. C. P. Sisco, and members of the Executive Committee are Dr. Preston Brogdon, Dr. Ed Wheat, Dr. Charles F. Bloom, Dr. Dorman and Dr. Sisco. Harvey Jones is president of the Board of Directors of the institution, and other members are Louis Lichlyter, secretary; E. R. Stafford, Autrey P. Wilson, Joe Robinson, H. R. Sharp, Joe M. Steele, Luther George and Shelby Ford. The Hospital Auxiliary, which will supply volunteer assistance, is headed by Miss Eva Atwood. Other officers are Mrs. Jeff Brown, first vice president; Mrs. Luther Johnson, second vice president; Mrs. Tom Ellis, third vice president; Mrs. Earnest Holcomb, recording secretary; Mrs. E. R. Stafford, corresponding secretary; and Miss Mary Sellers, treasurer. Java is the most crowded region of its size on earth. Jbituary ·oyd Potterson Richardson Boyd Patterson Richardson, 84, died yesterday morning at the · home of his daughter, Mrs. Edgar Baker, o'f Prairie Grove Route 3. He was born at Strickler, the son of the late Lev! and Myra Richardson. ' Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Julia Deaton of West Fork, Mrs. Alice McClellan of Bethalto, 111., and Mrs. Baker; two sisters, * Mrs. Malicia Mondell of Olathe, Kan., and Mrs. Alice Hall of Broken Arrow, Okla.; 21 grandchildren, and 12 great grandchildren. · Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. in the Zinnamon Church. Burial will be in Zinnamon 'cemetery under the di- · rection of Moore's Funeral Chapel. The Hague Convention, dealing with prisoners of war, was drawn up in 1899. ' Skin Dry? Itchy?]. Oil-rich' Reiinel teftani \ and taonSet. Relief lottt ' RESINOab"TM"' WHAT MAKES THE WHEELS GO AROUND? Look around you and you can plainly see American industry and labor at work creating our military and civilian needs at a faster and faster pace to meet the requirements of our present situation. But behind it all are the investments of all Americans, investments that buy the equipment and the materials needed to keep our factories going. It is your savings, deposited and earning interest in such financial institutions as ours, that power the wheels of industry. All Americans who save arc part of this picture. Are you? F I R S T N A T I O N A L B A N K tAYirriVILLI, ARKANSAS ~ "The Friendly Bank" Mwtbit Mm) MNTM inwniM cw» Mm* BMtrr* tyt»«

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