Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 5, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 5, 1952
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2--HOITHWBT AtKANtAS tlMtl, faytrtMvlHt, ArlnnMi, Fridoy, Seplembor S, I»S» MMHHHIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllll limilllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! oct Mitt, KATHLEIN DOIItt aiiiiimiiiiiHiiiimiiHiiiiiMHiiiiHiMiiiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiHiiHiMiiimiiiiiii · Daily Calendar of Events Tonight , . . EnytttevIIle Association of Life Underwriters, Kcrtruson's, fj Teen-Age Parly, Country Club, 7:30 Washington Looge One, Masonic H u l l , 7:30 Needlework Guild Announces Week's Membership Drive The Needlework Guild of Amc lea, through its national he.ndqua ters in Philadelphia, has ai nounced the week, today throuj next Thursday, as Membersh Week. In the approximately 50 cities and towns across the coun to' where this charitable organlza tlon operates, Needlework Gull Branches will intensify their e forts to gain new members. The basis of membership is on of the features of the Necdlewor Guild. Annual dues consist not o money primarily, but of at leas two articles of new clothing o household linen, which muy b made or bought by the member Each Guild branch collects new articles from its members once year, In the Fall, then distribute them among institutions and wel (are agencies In Its own com munlty. Each Guild branch has sustain lug members who prefer to moke a money contribution for neces sary expense*; each branch con tributes toward the very modes budget of the national organlta tlon. The Guild is completely nonsectarian . . . its members represent all race:, creeds and colors . . . all walks of life. Membership is open to all in this "charity that helps other charities." Further Information will bo given by Mrs. Joe Walker, prcsl dent of the Fnyettcvlllc Branch, or Miss Mary Lou Davies, secretary and treasurer, Mt. Comfort Club Receives New Member An all day meeting was held WSterday by the Mt. Comfort Home Demonstration Club In the Mt. Comfort Community JHouse. \ cooperative luncheon was nerved »t noon to 17 members and four Woods-Thompson WeddingAnnounced Benlonvllle-(Speclal)-Miss Louise Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Thompson of Rogers, became the bride of James I,ec Woods, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Woods nf C'cnlorton, Saturday evening at 7 o'clock. The double ring ceremony was performed at the home of the officiating minister, the Rev. .lumen A. Word, pastor of the First Christian Church. The only attendants at the. wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Johnny IJoolltllc, brother-in-law and sitter of the bridegroom. | For her wedding, the bride i chose a black and white suit dress, 1 and black and white .'icccssories. I Her corsage' was a half-circle of j talisman roses. Both the bride and bridegroom ! arc graduates °' Bonlonville High .School, a n d both a t t e n d e d visitors. One of the visitors.- Mrs. E. Dye, became a new member. The other three were Mrs. J u l i a Heed of Upland, Calif., Mrs. Francos Komian of Coinptun, Calif., and Mi;.s Gladys n a n k i n o f , ,, Springdalo. . Drauglions Business College in Mrs. Mne Cassat presided dur- s »'''"C (i e!d. Mo. ng the business nicotine which ( They are making their home in began with the devotion by Mrs Kathryn Hatficld. A poem, "Rccip for Happiness." was given b Hazel Weir, after which plans Jo' the Fnlr booth were discussed anc accepted. Work Is to begin immc dlatcly on completing the plans. Hostesses for the day were Mrs Esther Porter nnd Mrs. Opal Harte Garden Clubs Will Complete VA Flower Program Fayettevllle's seven garden clubi are furnishing flowers for the hapel chancel at the VA hospital, each club having been assigned a month beginning with April, ac- ordlng to Mrs. R. H. Rosen, Red -ross representative for the Ozark Council. The clubs participating n the program, which will be oncluded next month, are Green Thumb, Petunia, Iris, Faye.ttc. Hie, Perennial, Year - Around nd Spade and Trowel. With mnny Fnyettevillc gardens blcfom In November, with chry- anthemums and many grounds canting red and while nunriinas, oly, winter jasmine, and some ypes of euonymus which inspire eautlful mid-winter bouquets, rs. Rouen is expecting plentiful onatlons until the now program begun In the early spring. Any- ne who can furnish those color- il bouquets Is asked to get In uch with her. Arranging the flowers Is one of Bentonville, where Mrs. Woods is employed In the Welfare office at the court house, and Mr. Woods is employed at the Arkansas Farm Bureau Cooperative. Personals Mrs. Mary Mathls of Cudahay, Calif., Is visiting here with her sister, Mrs. Minnie Brown. Bill Wallace and family of Oklahoma City, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Scales. Mr. Wallace Is sales manager for tfae Atomic Manufacturing Company. Mrs. Chester F. Might and son, Chester, Jr., of Little Rock, are here for the weekend, vlsling In Ihe home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McConnell. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lee Moore and daughter will arrive this evening to visit with Mrs. Moore's mother, Mrs. Jeter Morse. Mrs. Woore will remain a week and Mr. Moore will return Monday to their home in Webster Grov*. Mo. Marie Morris Rushing left last night for Way, Miss., where she is o direct a poetry workshop at .he Allison-Wells Writers Con- ercnce, which begins Monday and 'ontinues through Friday. Plowing Contest May Bring Out 100,000 Crowd Kasson-Dotge Center, Minn.-l/P) ·Elsenhower and Stevenson wi 11 have an "18-acre audience" for their Saturday speeches at the national plowing contest. Site lor the talks by the two presidential candidates is a natural amphitheater of that size--but without any seals for the spectators. "Each person, average that is, will take up a standing space two hy two square feel," explained W. M. Roberts of Rochester, director o[ operations. ""That brings it to 10,000 standees per acre, or 180,000 for the whole shebanc. Could be." Roberts added, however, that his committee would be "more than satisfied" if the expected crowd of just over 100,000 show^ up. Boys Club Bookkeeper And $36,500 Missing Washington-(ffV-An FBI search was under way today for the bookkeeper of the Boys Club of Washington after the discovery of a $30,500 shortage in the club's accounts. The bookkeeper, James H. Kinsey, 53, was dccribed by a club official as "a funny little Milquetoast," but was said by police to have a criminal record. An FBI spokesman said a complaint has been Issued charging Kinsey with Interstate transportation of stolen property. J. A. Kaemmerer, president of the Boys Club's Board of Directors, reported Kir.sey rc.-.ted an automobile last month and disappeared. A checl: the next day showed the money missing. POWER--AjratoUah Kashanl, above, who heads the fanatical ·Warriors of Iinel," it regarded I by both the Western powert a n d ! , Russia ai the most influential)' mtn In Iran. j | rvlng at the hospital. The Red ross Is recruiting Gray Larty vol- itecrs. Mrs. Lonnle K. Hall is airman of this program. MNNIS THE MENACE September it Dollar Month or Gardtnhire'i Jewelry Il'i jiwt» good is the real thing you bring it io our store during our mammoth new style DOLLAR D A Y S w I e -- j u , t . s good M caih in payment for any purchase of $10 or more. Here'* · flying Hart for you on special laving* you will enjoy when you ehooRe from the tremendou* value* featured during our DOLLAR DAYS SALES. Gardenhire's Jewelry IS N. Block Phone 83B FayeWerille University students, Joe Coble, Gene Worsham, Tom Richardson incl Charlie Brown, with faculty ncivisor, Ralph Eubanks, returned m ntmtti i i r IL. f 1 1 - M « i i n u i ( n f i i j i n £iuuciuns u r i u r n e u vTV± °J'^5,TM^^ ·« "l«ht from attending . three- Old Beer Case Senator O'Conor To Work For Stevenson i Ocean City, Md.-OT-Senator O'Conor (D-Md), who has freely criticized the Truman administration, says he will take the slump for the Democrat's presidential nominee, Gov. Adlai Stevenson oi Illinois. O'Conor is retiring from his Senate scat after a single term. In announcing last January he would not seek reelection, O'Conor said he wanted "to be free to speak frankly and bluntly" about proposals of the Truman administration for "socialization of medicine, of education, of public utilities and other economic activities." Bells Popular With Pledges Stockton, Csli_'.-(P)-Missing any church or fire bellsy You might try the Alpha Kappa Phi fraternity house at College of the Pacific here. Last December, someone store the 600-pound brass noise-maker long used as the fire alarm in Santa Clara. Yesterday, Fire Chief Leonard George got a tip to loot in the Alpha Kappa Phi house here. So he grabbed Police Inspector Frank Sapena and sped the 60-odd miles from Santa Clara to Stockton. Sure enough, there was Santa Clara's big fire bell in the fraternity's trophy room. So were eight other bells--tropKIes of freshmen pledge raids. Banter Bests Mrs. Luce As GOP Senate Nominee Hartford, Conn.-(#)-The Connecticut Republican Convention today nominated Prescott Bush of Greenwich for the vacancy in the U. S. Senate created by the death of Bricn McMahon, a Democrat. Bush, an investment banker in r.ew York, received 412 votes on the first ballot, 96 more than was needed for the nomination. Former Rep. Clare Boothe Luce, who had been considered his principal opponent.'placed third She got 50. Erickson To Work In Stirs Interest Stevenson Headquarters day Acacia Convention, held the t'nmpus of Northwestern University, Chicago. First Lieut. Marguerite Dixon, \vho has been visiting here with her aunt, Mrs. S. f. Bohart, for.__ the past 10 days, left this week to i | W O report to Griffis Air Force Base at Rome, N. Y. Before coming here Lioutennnt Dlxon completed nine week's training course Lackland Air Force Base at San Antonio, Texas. Gobies, Mich.-W)-Tavern owner Earl McNamara scoured the countryside yesterday looking for an empty hcsr case. It wasn't just an ordinary case, but one in which McNamara hid his Labor Day receipts of $1,600. In the rush of business, he sold Ihe case lull of beer to four men and remembered a short time later what he had done. Yesterday one of_ the four returned to the tavern "and, upon questioning by McNamara, sairfthe men drank the beer and threw the case away. When last seen, McNamara and some volunteers were headed a'ong Van Buren County highways looking for the lost case. John Erickson of Rogers, administrative assistant to Sen. J. W. Fulbright of Arkansas, is taking a leave of absence from Fulbright's office to join the Stevenson - for- Presidcnt staff in Springfield, 111. He will take over his duties in Illinois Monday, and will work mainly with handling the mail! which comes into headquarters.' I In his absence, John H. Ying-' ling of S'earcy, another member of I Senator Fulbright's staff, handle Erickson's duties. Sparkman Will Speak AI Slate Democrat Meeting Little Rock - (IP] - Sen. John F. Sparkman of Alabama, the Democratic vice presidential nominee, will address the Arkansas Bemocratic State Convention here September 19. Harvey G. Combs, Little Rock attorney, said Sparkman would speak about 3 p. m. on the convention's opening day. Combs, who is slated to be returned by the convention to his former posi- ! tion of state party secretary, is' aiding in arrangements for the visit. Births Mr. and Mrs. Marvin J. Rabbins Mr. and Mrs. Marvin J. Bobbins of Lowell, announce the birth of dauRhlcr. September 4, at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. n. A. Harvey Mr. nnd Mrs. D. A. Harvey of Kayolteville, announce the birth of son, September 4, at the City Hospital. Springdale Mrs. Paul Kunce returned Vcdnesday evening from Minnesota, where she had been visiting. Mrs. Carl Fanning of Highway { 71 south went to Fort Smith Thursday on a business trip. Mrs. Noda Gibson was taken to (he County Hospital Wednesday n a Callison Sisco ambulance. Mrs. P a u l Cummings and daughter, Vora Jean, spent the weekend in St. Louis. While there they attended a performance of "Annie Get Your Gun." Rev. Father Tom Saundcr, assistant pastor of St. Joseph's Church in Tontitown, left this week for St. Louis, Mo., to visit his parents. Dr. und Mrs. S. E. Williams of iprlngdale left Thursday for Albuquerque. N. M., whore they plan to spenrt the winter with their son, Randal Williams. Recent guests in j tho homo of Dr. and Mrs. Willi- I ams wore their other son, Cecil W i l l i a m s and familv, of Enid, H k l a . Mrs. W. M. Hall and son, Bruce, I are in Roswcll, N. M., for a short v a r a l i n n . Bruce will enter the Uni t y of Arkansas when he rot i n n s homo. Roswoll is the form- i or home of Mrs. Hnll. The Friendly Neighbors Home DPinnnstraiion Club met at the homo of Mrs. C. I.. Reed Thursday evening. A business meeting was held nnd the prognim presented. At the close of the meeting a social hour was held. Mrs. Clara Jnnmon of Newport, anil Mrs. Lottie Lee of llnrrison. are guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. MiM.'nd l.nar. Mrs. l.enr Is t h e sister of Mrs. Jamison, nnd Mrs. Leo Is n ciiusin. Miss Joyce K i r k p n l r i o k , dnuffh- IIT n[ Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe K l r k p n t - rick, is in Arizona visiting her sister and family. Cherry Is 44 Todar Little Rook - (/n -.Chancellor Frnnois Cherry of Jonesboro, the Democratic nominee for governor, observed his 44th birthday today. He l« vacationing »t F.I Reno, Oklv, whpr* his father and a brother live. r~ fTM- i rOr:'tlSGnnOW6r C Q J. I |_ |_ JCl Up In Little nock-W»)-Two separate but parallel campaigns for the presidential candidacy of G e n . DwiRht D. Eisenhower will be conducted in Arkansas. Arkansas Republican leaders nd the Steering Committee for the Citizens for Eisenhower met separately Wednesday night following tho general's appearance here and mapped their campaign strategy. Chief difference bitween the drives is that the regular Republican organization will plug its en- ire ticket of office seekers, while he citizens group -- made up most- ] ly of Democrats-- will seek support only for the GOP presidential I ticket of Eisenhower and Sen. i Richard Nixon (R-Calif), the vlc e presidential nominee. Half.Pric* Sal* Leaves His Wife For A Saxophone Detroit-(P)-Mrs. Joan Walsh Phcil won a divorce in Circuit Court yesterday after protesting she had to play second fiddle to Ser husband's first love--a saxophone. She testified that her husband was "intentionally unemployed" and practiced on his saxophone ivhile she supported them. "And he went on a literal toot, wo years ago," she said. "He went o New York to study the instrument, and hasn't come back." : AP To Hold Search Hot Springs, Ark. - f/p) - The Arkansas Civil Air Patrol will tart its annual 2-day search and :ir rescue problem here tmoorrow. ', 103 Check ' Lost In Mails Bristol, R. !.-(/P)-A check for $99,103.78 is missing somewhere in the U. S. postal system. T h e check, representing net proceeds of a $100,000 town" s'ewe · bond issue, was mailed to lie town July 23 by the Rhode Island Hospital Trust Company. The Town Council gave up trying to track it down last night. It authorized a bond to indemnify the bank so it could send the town a new one. Hull Improving Washington,yp)-Former Secretary of State Cordell Hull, 80, was reported today to have "maintained slow improvement" at the Bcthesda Naval Hospital. St.Joseph IB *· »·* · BK . · 1 ^ ASPIRIN mm LARGEST SEUER AT 100 liENUINE LEATHER ZipperNotebooks $ 1 McROY McNAIR up Cravens BltJa. your one* · y Mr chance to MV«! Your completion c«n he lilUrr, srvfirr, lovrlirr n i l h Tus«y Rirh Creim.Thii film. lou» liriuly formuli iirlp, banish d r y - s k i n fl.lincf!, c n i i n t c r a r t s aging l i n r s l Smixilh II IHI...U.W it lov»h. Ir. Let it* rich *nmlli f nu re. fre»li your nUn ill night,,, ««rv night. tl«lt.«tf Hun Mrir Red Cross Drug f hon. 490 North Si4t GOOD BREAD GOOD BUY b u t FRESH BREAD is a BETTER BUY Wait for "HOT Each Evening by 4:00 P.M. At Your favorite Grocery Smlh Usb $6,501 Cimpiign Costs Little Rock - OR - Chief Justice Griffin Smith of the Arkansas Su- j preme Court says he spent $6,508 I in his successful bid for reelection. Other candidates reporting their campaign expenses to Secretary of State C. G. Hall yesterday included: G. W. Lookadoo of Arkadtlphia, procacutln* attormr'f race, $382; Prosecutor James A. Gutenshon of Fort Smith, $700, and Dr. F. C. Crow of Hope, (347 in his bid far reelection to the UU Senate. K GALLON Vaiilli Ice Cnift 63e (T 41 EAST CENTER FHONi 21 SATURDAY SPECIALS OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK Main Floor Specials 2.98 LADIES' HOUSE DRESSES 2.47 Assorted percales and ginghams. Sizes » to 24V4. 2.49 LADIES'8-OE. JEANS 2.27 - Sizes 2 2 t o Sil " ; - . . . . 5.98 LADIES'DRESSES 3.97 Assorted materials. Sizes 9 to 24'4. 1.98 GIRL'S PAJAMAS 1.27 Sizes 4 to 14. Assorted colors. Crinkle crept needs no ironing. 1.39 CHILDREN'S SLEEPERS .97 Sizes 1 to 6. Assorted prints and solids. Crinkle erepe 1.79 INFANTS' TWILL OVERALLS .97 Fripper crotch. Sizes 12 to 24 mos. Pastel colors 1.79 INFANTS' SHOES . .97 Sizes 2 to 4. Pink of white. 2.29 GIRLS' RED DENIM JEANS 1.97 Sizes 7 to 14. 12.98 GIRLS' COATS 6.97 Red or green wool. Sizes 3 to 6x. 1.69 BOYS' "T" SHIRT ft SOCK SET 1.27 Long sleeve. Auto stripe. Sizes 6 to 12. 1.69 BOYS' PLAID SPORT SHIRTS .97 Sizes « to 18. 1.49 BOYS' PLISSE SPORT SHIRTS .97 Assorted patterns. Sizes fi to 18 1.98 MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS .97 Assorted styles, colors, siies. 1.98 MEN'S "T" SHIRTS .97 ·Sizes S-M-L. 2.29 MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS 1.27 Assorted sizes, colors. 3.98 RAYON-NYLON SHIRTS 2.27 Two-way collar for sports or dress. Broken sizes -white only. 1.00 RAYON PETTICOATS .77 Fancy lace trimmed. Assorted pastel eolorr. Sizes S-M-L. 4.49 BOYS' SKIPS 3.47 For Basketball Gym. Suction Kup soles. Arch cushion. Sizes 2Vi to 4Vi. 2.79 WOMEN'S SKIPS 1.27 ' Washable. With walking heel. Brown tan; blue white. Sizes 4 to', 10. 3.98 MEN'S SKIPS OXFORD 2.97 With thick crepe wrapped soles. Brown blue. Furniture Floor Specials 229.95 2-pc. LIVING ROOM SUITE 199.88 Reversible two cushion. Matching chair 79.95 SOFA BED 59.88 Tweed cover with plastic arms. Slightly damaged 199.95 3-pe. BEDROOM SUITE 179.97 Blond oak finish. MATCHING BENCH 7.97 74.95 5-pc. DINETTE SUITE 69.88 Limed oak finish. ' 5.29 LAWN CHAIRS 3.97 Canvas bottom with slat back. 21.95 CHAISE LOUNGE CHAIRS 7.88 Six sitting positions. 22.95 SIX-WAY FLOOR LAMPS 9.97 16.95 THREE-WAY FLOOR LAMPS 7.97 7.98 DEN FLOOR LAMP ,, 3.97 Basement Specials 15.88 LIGHT DUTY DRILL KIT 31.50 18.45 1.59 1.39 31.90 81.95 61.95 25.95 27.95 13.50 33.50 .49 121.77 59.50 69.50 2/25 2.19 Sands, polishes, drills, grinds, etc. 13.97 SOCKET SET Vi'V/j" DRIVE 24.97 LAWN MOWER 14.97 16" cut, wood handle. GRASS CATCHERS .47 Fits 14"-18" mower 6' FOLDING RULE .97 Inside reading. CAST IRON LAVATORY 22.88 Complete with pop up waste. CAST IRON BATHTUB 69.88 5' Recess type. STEEL BASE CABINET 18" 39.97 Complete with Vinyl lop. STEEL WALL CABINET 18" 12.97 STEEL WALL CABINET 21" 14.97 MICARTA BOARD 2'x8" 9.88 Bed, green, blue, grey. CLOSET COMBINATION 24.88 Syphon washdown typ«. PLASTIC WALL TILE, p«r tq. ft. .33 Assorted colors. SINK CABINET 54" 19.88 Complete with faucet strainer. WATER HEATER, 20 gal. 52.88 Nat. gas. Auto, controls. WATER HEATER, 30 90). 59.88 Nat, gas. Auto, controls. EVER READY BATTERIES, ··. .07 Standard flashlight H». IRONINGPAD COVER SET 1.97 riti standard boards, Henvy muslin cover, thick pad.

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