Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 4, 1952 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 4, 1952
Page 12
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MR. AND MRS. LEGION^COMMANDER kilt K. OOOOH. «. raMdtna, Caw, .no ni. «n« nut MCH otnet If tlathcuim M national commander .1 American Ufiun conv.n- !L".. N .'" 7"*- C " U « b .!! « Worll) W " » «U««. H, .. u uu»n. iM: lu appralttr u CaJIfbrnii jjbstitute Plastic Lenses )f Human Eyes Described liciio - ·(*) - Little plastic' ire being put Into human , replacing eye lenses lost ujh cataracts, '. Harokl Rlcilcy of ^London, and, reported this now Ale)) to the International College Unions. itar^cti are a cloudihcrs mcr eye lens. They reduce vision, roduce blindness. , j'6 specialist takes out the led lens and substitutes n Ilt- Uc of a clear, pure plastic, e lightweight plastic almost i IrVthc eye, and the patient fffMl.Jt. It Is held In place ' «_irlB. which is a muscle, 'membrane in back of the al lent. ere is no distortion in vision, no need for thick cataract over the weekend. The SMcm Lutheran Church pro-school clasj.cs oppned Tuesday morning. The schnoi -,3 for children under school nge and will meet in the morning and afternoon. I i Homer Scwcll of Shsdy Grove I community was taken In the Bap- j l i s l Hnspllnl In Little Rock I Wednesday morning by a Callison- Sisco ambulance. The Wednesday Bridge Club met in the home of Mrs. Paul : Cummlngs on Maple D r i v e Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. A dessert course was served by the hostess. The Rev. Stanley Jordan, pastor of the First Baptist Church, gave a showing of his films of the Holy Land Tuesday afternoon at the program meeting of the Women's y« to see things at his side, clrde'tet for". I'o'dock'S^n :aji .see through the plastic when Mrs. Shelby Ford and Mrs. as soon as bandages are re-|P. W. Boone were hostesses. Mri. ;d. i Mary Slon* then brought the de- · three years. Dr. Ridley nan ' 15 of the lens nibituutlont. r ( doctors elsewhere · hive ·me. Hflblne 47 nt his patients, Dr. ·yjsald 13 have normal vision 21 others nearly normal vl- ^lelon i.i under par In the yljht. Three persons hove cjlenses in both eyes. I* Tubes Used i^lc tubes can sometimes it|)te for part of the human »%us or gullet damaged by |tjor other diseases, said Dr. Herman of Baltimore, Ml. Sinai Ips of tubing four to nine s long have bridged sections iseased gullets removed in lions, he said. The plastic may remain in permanently, votional. At the close of the meet- Ing the circles each held a short business meeting. The R*v. Woodrow Woods, pastor of the Elm Springs and Harmon Methodist Churches, was the guest speaker at the Thornsberry Church Sunday. The church has recently been organized and services will be held there each Sunday. The Missionary Circle of the Christian Womcns Fellowship of Ihs First Christian Church met Tuesday afternoon at the church Mrs. Glen Parrot presented the program on "Human Rights.' Those having parts on the program were Mrs. J. P. Stafford. Mrs. J. M. Cook, Mrs. O. W. Lively, Mrs Grace Wnlsath, Mrs S. E. Williams and Mr*. G. E. Umbaugh. Mrs George Ward gave the devotional "Keep the Vision Clear." Mrs s removed alter bclnz sur-! Umbaugh was in charge of the led by growth of a fibrous short business meeting. Dedication services for the new $20.000 Pentecostal Church of God was held Monday evening at 8 o'clock. A two week revival wll open toon. The building Is con structed of pumice block:. The auditorium measures 40 by 80 feet and has six Sunday school class rooms and a prayer room. It was constructed by contractor J. C Slay, Ground breaking ceremonies were held last D«cembEr. The Rev E. T. Kelly of Little Rock delivered the dedicatory sermon, assisted by the Rev. Thomas Glbbs presbyter of the district. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Newman of Springdale left Tuesday for Cleveland, Ohio, where they plan to visit for some Urn; with their daughter and her family, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Clack of ringdale : Women's Missionary Society e First Baptist Church met lay at noon for the regular ily dinner meeting and royal e program. Hostesses for ^operative dinner were Mrs. Csrmack, Mrs. Calvin Little. Sobert Hayden, Mrs. William and Mrs. Espen Walters. Lewis Epley, the president, in charge of the buiinws ng that followed. After the sss meeting ths Ann Juson presented the program. . Charles Samuel of Clifty _ _ ,. iting her son and daughter- Springd'aie and" Fayettcvme" apen't ·. Sir. and Mrs. Elmo Samuel i ihe Labor Day holiday with friends lughtcr. Marlcnc. Mr. Saniuel! in Kansas City, Mo. Dr. and Mrs he Veterans Hospital with a Clack spent the past two years I injury. If Improvement con- will be ah!c to return home Kansas City where Dr. Clack wa a sludent at the dental college. CAREY" *·*·** SALT'" fclMlirships At Unhrenify Announced Recipients of six music scholar- i ships at the University were announced today by Dr. John T. I Caldweli, University president. I Five of the scholarships, covering tuition in the students' major applied miulc fleldi, were awarded by the department of music. The sixth scholarship, amounting to 1200, was awarded from the special University Symphony Orchestra scholarship fund. Recipients of the applied music scholarships are Julia Schwcbkc, Kort Smith, and Shirley Johnson, Hentonville, violin; Elizabeth Put- rum, Fort Smith, organ; Charles Turner, Fort Smith, voice, and David Boric, Gravette, clarinet. E. N. McCune, Joplln, Mo., · violinist, received th« symphony orchestra scholarship. The output per man-day of the American coal miner has risen 32 per cent since 193*. AUreMmen To Tillr Only Abort "Fids" Home-W)-The world's greatest exptrtj on the secrets at the skies met here today--but flying sau- ceri were a forbidden topic. Leading attroqomers of 35 na- tions are among the 430 delegates gathered for the eighth General Assembly of the Internatloral Astronomical Union.' i'lying saucers are not the only .subject of public speculation which the stargazcrs are giving the- goby, Discussion of possible life on other planets also will be avoided. "The congress v/ill discuss only' positive facts concerning astronomy," said Prof. Lucio Gialanella, the union's secretary-general. The F r e n c h humanitarians Montesquieu and Rousseau are credited with advancing the thesis that soldiers who lay down their arms are entitled to life and humane treatment. Store No. 1 SOUTH SIDE SQUARE "Air Conditioned for Shopping Comfort" NABISCO VANILLA WAFERS Box 24c CONSUMER'S SUPER IGA MARKETS WE GUARANTEE YOU LOWEST FOOD PRICES IN TOWN ALL PRICES GOOD AT PUBLIX IGA MARKET -- SPRINGDALE ° r FU " WMk |XC ' P * MMh ° nd Produee Whieh M °y Cho "9« BecouM ° f Morket Store No. 2 300 W. DICKSON Plenty Parking Open Until 9 P.M. 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