Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 3, 1952 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 3, 1952
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NOtlMWm AlKANtAS TIMB, I We«tnenl«y, September Dr. Long Leads In Contest For Louisiana Post Victory Would Put Fourth Member Of Family In Congress New Orleans-OP)-Dr. George S. long was more than 6,900 v votes ahead today in his bid to become tht fourth member of Louisiana's Long dynasty to eit in Congress. The, den tut, lawyer, and patent mediciae manufacturer said he had no doubt about the outcome of yesterday's Eighth congressional district race with Mayor Carl B. Close of Alexandria. Dr. Long, 88, said he considered his victory over the mayor, 49, »s representing "a comeback of the LongE in Louisiana." Returns from 202 of the district's 348 precincts gave Long 21,»75 votes and Close 15,427. The uncounted rural areas were considered Long strongholds. His brother. Earl Long, could not succeed himself as governor this year, and his handpicked successor, Carl's Spaht of Baton Rouge was overwhelmingly defeated by Robert Kennon. The former governor campagin- ed for his brother this time, although twice before he had worked against him In congressional races. ·Pr. Long's neohew, Russell Long, is Louisiana's junior senator. Russell is the son of the Istn Huey P. Long, who was slain 17 years ago next Monday in the State Capitol at Baton Rouge. Hep. A. Leonard Allen, 61. who twice defeated Dr. Lon* in congressional races, did-not seek tf- election. race, T. A. Thompson. 36, s former state budget officer, Jed John W. Clark. Eunice lumberman, 14,882 to 8,125. Dr. Long, a native of Winfield in North Louisiana, moved to Tulsa. Okla., shortly after finishing dental school. He practiced there for almost 28 years before returning to Louisiana. He served in the Oklahoma Legislature from 1920 to 1822 and was admitted to the practice of law while in Oklahoma. Madison County Fair Boosters Make Tour Huntsville - (Special) - Boosters of the Madison County Fair held a goodwill tour Saturday, visiting Aurora, Whittier, Pettigrew. St. Paul, Delwicy, Crosses Elkins Wesley, and Georgetown. Among the group were 12 members of the Jones Grange, in costumes representing the dress of the 18th century. Dick Holland, as a red-headed clown, and Carol Ann Holland, nine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Holland, who played the accordion, furnished entertainment. Hindsville Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fallin ·nd daughter, Barbara, and son, Jimmy, of Corcoran, Calif., are visting Mrs. Tallin's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Fitch, and family. Donnie McCarver returned to his home in Tulsa Sunday. He has spent the summer with his grandparents, Mr. and. Mrs. Ross Starnes and Mr. and Mrs. Gilford McCarver. Miss Gayle Johnson and Miss Eula Mae Davis of Hindsville will teach social studies and commercial subjects in the Huntsville State Vocational. School. The Baptist Intermedaite Training Union held a party Friday night at the home of their sponsor, Fred E. Reed. Miss Mary Chappell had charge of games, which carried out a back-to-school theme. Refreshments were served to 14 young people. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Adams and sons of Tulsa, Okla.j were guests of Mrs. Adams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hawkins, over the Labor Day holiday. Micky Whitfield of Fayetteville spent Sunday night with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Starnes. Edward Wittiwer has returned to Texas after living with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Bridges, the past year. General Electric Roasters Furnished at LEWIS BROS. CO., Inc. Myers One Of Four Smtth Scholarship Winners In State L. B. Smith scholarships for scientific study at the University have been awarded to four 1992 graduates of Arkansas high schols, it was announced today by Prof. Allen S. Humphreys, chairman of the L. B. Smith Scholarship Com mittee, a division of the University Scholarship Committee. Scholarship winners are Bobby Fincher, 17, Clarksville; J. L. Kit chens, Jr., 17, Texarkana; William Allen Myers, 18, Fayetteville and Sam L. Rakti, 18, Bentonville. The scholarships, established to provide educational advantages to students of exceptional ability, are for a maximum period of four years of undergraduate study. Each carries a stipend of $900 annually. The students' general scholastic ability, scientific aptitude, social adjustment, economic need, moral character and personality were taken into consideration. Myers, the son of Cecil E. Meyers, placed fourth in the Arkansas science talent search of 1982. He was a member of the Fayetteville High School Student Council and has been an assistant scoutmaster, and this spring was elected vice president of the Arkansas Junior Academy of Science. Rake was one of three honer graduates at Bentonville High School. Kitchens was the top- ranking senior in the 1952 class of Texarkana High School, and Fincher was an honor v graduate of both junior and senior high schools at Clarksville. ^frringdale The picture, "Dedicated Men," was shown after the worship service Sunday evening at the First Baptist Church. A large crowd-attended. Pvf. Bobby Taylor, who is stationed at.Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., spent the weekend with his grandmother, Mrs. H. R. Allen. He also visited two of his aunts and an uncle while in Springdale. Robert Holcombe of Springdale IUE been elected vice president of the University, of Arkansas chapter of the scholastic honor society, Phi Eta Sigma, to serve during the school year 1992-93. Bill Dickson, a former newscaster at station KBRS, will enter Harvard University at the beginning of the fall semester to begin work on his doctorate in the field of management in agriculture. Faculty member* were on hand Monday to help students register late. School opened Tuesday. Mrs! Hallfe Poe presented her pupils in a piano recital Friday night at the F i r s t Christian Church. Those who appeared on Electric Roaster is answer to many cooking problems ·Roasts · Bakes · Broils · Grills Enjoy the many comforts and conveniences made possible by the use of an Electric Roaster. Plug it in anywhere. Easy to use in any room of the house... on the porch... or in the back yard. Bake... roast... broil... or grill. A simple and economical way to prepare complete meals quickly. Enjoy the many year-round advantages of an Electric Roaster. See the makes and models of Electric Roasters on display at your electric appliance dealer's store. E. t, DYEII, DIVIStOII MANAGE* Al SOON e* current atock ot Women Marine uniforms U exhausted, theae new modela designed by alalnbocher will be general Uiut. Modeling In New York are (from left) T/Sgt Margaret K. Bibcock, Portland, Ore., In new blues, a two-piece dark blue aerge wlUi nlpped-ln jacket and atx-goreA aklrt with collar and shoulder detail emphaalied by piping; Sjt. Johanna Muttrson. Wlnthrop. M««§. in turn- mer uniform, a one-piece of preen and white atrlprd nylon-dacron with matching long-aleeved Jacket; Cpl. Shirley Roth, Butler, N. J.. In new! winter (nena, cut on tame Unea a* Ue bluea hut to regulation Marine I Corpa torMt (reen aerg*. I International j j On The Radio New York-W?).Listening tonight: NBC--7, Vaughn Monroe; 7:10, Great GUdenlMve; 6, Groucho Mnrx Quiz. CBS--7, Hearthatone Myittry; 7:30, Dr. Chrlitltn "Will of Caleb Johnton;" 8, Youra Truly, Johnny Dollar. ABC--7, Postmark USA, Quiz; 7:30, Valentino Bong; 8, Mr. Prui- dent MBS--7,Muslc for Malt Hour; 7:30, Great Day Quiz; :30, Family Theatre. ____^___ MGM And Mario Lanza At Odds Over Picture Hollywood - (IP) - MOM'l quarrel with Singer Mario Lanza reached a new crlili today with the itudio announcing abandonment of hi» new film, "The Sti)dent Prince." The ituoMo Hid more than (700,000 already hai in- veited In the movie. A ipokeiman (or Latin said the linger expecta the picture will be completed. Reporti circulated that the actor does not tee eye to eye with those in charge of making the movie. Horn-bills, · kind of bird, makes their nests in hollow trees after the male teals up the female by closing the entrance with clay and feeds her through « small hole while the fj Incubating the eggs. Today'* Morket- | «»;ly to packc.i; »laii«%Ur ew« I itnady; cull to good ewes 4.50-».50. II. Leuta LivtaiMk National Stockyards. III.-(JR. USDA-Hogs 12,000; moderately, tctive; barrows and gilts 40-90 lower than Tuesday except occa- llonal sales heavies near steady; lows strong to 35 higher; spots 901 higher on boars; 1)0-230 Ibs u n - j lotted for gradt but largely Isl ind 2s 20.90-20.63; top 20.79 sparingly; Included being about 350- ·00 at the price; popular price 10.80: 180-190 Ibs 20.CO-20.29; 230290 Ibs 20.10-20.80; 280-300 Ibi; load of 380 Ibs 18.00; 190-170 Iba 17.79-10.90; 120-140 ,bs 14.79-18.79; lows 400 Ibs down 18.79-17.90; heavlre sows 14.75. 18,90; boars 11.90-18.90; stags 13.00-19.00; good early clearance. Cattle 4,000, calves 1,800; opining alow; few good and choice liters steady at 28.90-33.00; 3 cars commercial Kansas grass steers 18.90; cows opening steady, utility and commercial 17.90-lfi.90; ,-anntr and cutter 13.00-17.00; bulls weak to 29 lower; utility and :ommerclal 19.00-23.90; cutter; oulla 19.00-17.90; vealera steady: lew prime to 14.00; good and :holw 28.00-32.DO; utility and commercial 18.00-29.00. Sheep 2,000; run Includes about 190 breeding ewes for special auction tomorrow; only about 1,200 iambi In early; trade slow; undertone bearish; few salts good to prime spring lambs 28.00-28.90; top 18.90 to shippers; little done The Newcumen or tin engine, first made in 1709, was I predecessor ol the steam engine which ojt- erated because of * vacuum created v.'Vn flteam was condensed rather than by the fore* of the steam. The cost oi iniecticldif tued by the American farmer i» only one^ third of 1 per cent of his farm crop value. ." We (My TOP rtlCISftr KILLER HORSES to «r pint FHONI JOPUN WI4 DOYll PACKINO CO. (·mwdTlMMMMMfC.) -' IOYAI HIIOMTf, WHIN, MO. Lhe program were Rita Faye Zachary, Elizabeth Pringle, Otis Watson, Jr., Mildred Jean Holloway, Maxine Foster, Theresa Butler, Joyce Scott, Geneva Sutherland, Emmett Rogers, Ellen Rogers, Helen Hinds, Nadene Watson, Erma Lee Watson, and Gem Poe. Sunday services were held at 4 o'clock at the Caudle Avenue Bap- ;ist Church for the Labor Camp Baptist congregation. The Rev. A. W. Noland was guest speaker. Services will be held at the church in the future. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hardlster of Theodore Drive visited Mrs. Hardister's grandmother, Mrs, George Hart, in the Mt. Pleasant community near Gravette over the weekend. Mrs. Hart has been seriously ill for the past week. Member* of the Ozark -Artists and Craftsmen made plans for the new club year at a basket dinner Monday evening at the home of the president, Barnard Barton, at Moutainburg. The council is no-.v a member of the American Craftsmen Council of New York and its · member pf (he council. A number of films were shown. A disolay of the work done by the members ( during* the summer months w a s j shown. A business meeting will be held September 22. at the Salem Lutheran Church in Springdalc. The Council will hold its October meeting at the Fine Arts Building at the University. Mrs: Joe Byars and daughter, j Joelene, have returned from Hot} Springs where Mrs. Byars had: been visiting another daughter. ] The Hobert Morris annual pic- I nic of the Order of Eastern Star was held Fric'-ay night at Lake Atalanta. All star Masons and [heir families were invited and a large crowd attended. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Hall of Kansas City, Mo., arrived Friday and ] spent the weekend in the home of i Dr. and Mrs. E. L. McNally and j son, Jimmy, on West Emma Ave- \ nue. ; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Smith, who \ have been in California for the past few months, have returned to their home near Springo'ale. DOROTHY DIX -CONTINUED ntOM PAGE FOUR band. D. C. Answer: I like the way you added the real reason for the difficul- :y almost as an afterthought -- he 55, you are 30. A difference of j 25 years in age is a considerable I span to bridge, and you cannot ex- i J*ct a man old enough to be your father to be as attentive and demonstrative as you are. Your hus- jand seems, In all other ways, to a fine person and the fact that le has undertaken the care of your four children and is being a good stepfather to them is more Important than gazing soulfully into your eyes. I It is a wonderful thing when a ! husband continues his courtship j attentions Into marriage, but when you have a man who is faithful, sober, good-tempered and congenial In every way, you can figure Hie extra attcntlvcncss as the frosting on the cake: if you get It -- fine; If you don't learn to he contented with the many marital blessings you have. You may not realize It, nut unleis your husband has previously been accustomed to children, your four lively youngsters may be quite a strain on hit ncr- i-cs. Older folk who have grown lii-,t the age of close association with small children arc apt to find tlicni quite a nerve-wracking experience. If, on top of this u n a c - I :uslomed activity, he has to contend with your nagging for «pe- 'lal attention--well, the man must »e a pnrngnn of mnlw to stay put EO genially. Certainly, you could | have no greater proof of love than j even a passive acceptance of this 1 mnlrlmonlnl mcrry-Ko-roiind Young husbands show their love i lth constant endearments, dc- ] mostrativo nciturci, loving alien-' lion; older husbarin can be evrn more convincing by being merely j contented In the bononn of their quite satisfied to spend a quiet-i,- reasonably quiet -- evening, with your and your children, you ! may rest assured he loves you. Be willing to skip the fvostingl The planet Neptune requires of the sun. BUILDING AND REPtiR White Asbestos Biding Ho. 1 A Cacnpl«te Job I16.IS Per 8q Cabinet and Mlllwork. IOY KINZER SSI Wall SL Phena 1011 America's Favorite Electric Roaster See the complete line of Westinghouse appliances at We:tinghouse With compltto 5-pltc* heatproof alau ovtnw«rt eiith Mt and lifting rack. LINK WAY STORES CO. PHONI 162 Buy Now And Use Our Convenient Lay Away Plan These Ever Popular Jackets Coats Of rtio FINIST Smdt «r Mt, SmtwHi filer* LMtfctr «rt ovoilablt in TOWN AND CAMPUS as wtll at WESTERN AND FRINGED STYLES Are mscie in many beautiful ityln and edon, »uch at: Short, medium and long fringed WESTERNS, al»o with Indian" beaded yoke and pockets. Town and Campus styles arc three-quarter length Swing-back, Peter Pan, full length fltt*d .. Princes or Belted French Styles and Fitted J«kett. Some style* with urcborn calf trim. Colors of SUEDE are: Camel Beige, Ruil, Ecru, Champagne, Turf Tan, Tiger Tan, Rhum Brown, Red, Green and Or«y. Glove Leather: Golden Buck, White, Brown, Wine, Black, Tan, Red, Green. LADIES' CHILDREN'S MEN'S From "Holly'f liie on up If we don't have what you want In itock, you may ·elect your leather and color combination and we'll have it made for you. "Wtttorn Rodeo Girl" Suits '?* ·'A Gabardine with Leather fringed trim, Grey with White or Brown ·,-.-. ; 4J with Beige trim. T Ji Our tourliti trade tell ui that our pricet are the BEST en thtta Coon and Jecketi. DROP YO' REINS AND SAY HELLO! Drive Oul iri Irowse Aroiri Open nit«i till 9, 10 on Saturday Jack Holt's Western Trading Post Springdolt how Highway 71

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