Newspaper Clippings
 
My mother Virginia Cardwell Roberts (, who lived in the Springdale, Fayetteville, Lowell area) kept newspaper clippings about people
she knew in the Springdale, Fayetteville area, during the years 1930-1934.  Unfortunately, none of the articles have years noted.  I
thought someone might find a relative in one of these articles.  I will post more as time allows.
Melinda Roberts Lambaren

MR. AND MRS. HERBERT ALLEN
Springdale, Ark., July 7
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Allen announce the birth of a son July 4.  Mrs. Allen was formerly Miss Montez Lindley.

MR. AND MRS. J. H. JULIAN
Springdale, Ark., Aug. 22
Mrs. and Mrs. J. H. Julian announce the birth of a daughter Thursday at their home in College Heights.  The baby has been named Mary Anna.

MARRIAGE IS PERFORMED
Springdale, Ark., Oct. 3
Marie Allen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Allen of Cave Springs and William M. Bailey, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Bailey of Springdale, were married Saturday night at 8 o'clock.  The wedding was solemnized by Rev. E. F. Rice, Baptist minister.

BRIDE OF AUGUST (Picture shown)
Mrs. Hewitt Glass, an August bride, formerly Miss Thelma Trewitt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Trewitt.  Mrs. Glass was graduated from the Springdale High School in the class of 1935.

MARRIAGE IS SOLEMNIZED
Springdale, Ark., Oct. 3
Mr. and Mrs Harry Middlesworth announce the marriage of their older daughter, Mary Ruth, to Omar Eggensperger, son of  Mrs. A. R.
Eggensperger.  The wedding was solemnized at Rogers, Saturday, Sept. 14.

AUTO OVERTURNS, INJURING EIGHT PERSONS SUNDAY
AT LEAST ONE IS SERIOUSLY HURT IN ACCIDENT WEST OF FARMINGTON
Fayetteville, Ark., July 14
Eight persons were injured, at least one seriously, at 6 p.m. Sunday when the automobile in which they were riding overturned one mile west of Farmington on U.S. highway 62.  The car contained six women, a small girl and a baby boy who were returning from a baseball game played near Lincoln.
Miss Ora Worley of Parksdale, near Fayetteville, driver of the car, was the most seriously hurt.  She suffered facial lacerations and a possible eye injury, and physicians planned to make an X-ray of her skull, fearing it might be fractured.
Others in the car were Mrs. Roy Williams, sister of Miss Worley, whose right arm was cut; Mrs. Alberta Bogan, another sister, whose side, arms and legs were gashed, but not seriously; eight months old Charlie Bogan, her son, who received a head gash not expected to prove serious; Mrs. Jewell Drain, whose hands and shoulders received gashes; Frances Drain, her five year old daughter, whose mouth was cut; Mrs. Turley Beard, who suffered a back injury believed to be serious and Mrs. Clyde Jones, who suffered cuts about the arm. The Worley car, a Chevrolet roadster, owned by Miss Ruth Worley, another sister of the driver who was not in the car, skidded in gravel and over-turned when a tire blew out, after an attempt to pass a truck.  Both machines were traveling toward Fayetteville. The truck, owned by the Jerp Berry company, was reported to have been driven by Buster Dunlap, who stopped and brought the more seriously hurt oppucants of the overturned car to City hospital.  Other passengers in the Worley automobile were picked up by motorists.  The Berry Company's baseball team had played in the game which the Worley party had witnessed.
All of the injured persons are residents of Parksdale or Fayetteville. The Worley car was damaged badly.

Articles from the scrapbook of Virginia Cardwell Roberts 1930-1934.

SISTERS WIN HONORS (pictures included)
Miss Abbie Baird & her sister, Miss Anna Louise Baird, of Springdale have won places as valedictorian and salutatorian of the current graduating class.  Miss Abbie is valedictorian.  They are the daughters of Mr. & Mrs. A. H. Baird.

VETERAN ENDS LONG SERVICE IN DEPARTMENT
Lowell, Ark., Jan 26
(This is a long article with picture of Willie H. Cowan, mailman) If anyone is interested in the complete article please contact me.

BRIDE OF DECEMBER (picture included)
Mrs. Marvin R. Littrell whose marriage took place in Los Angeles, Dec. 15, is the former Dorothy Jean Holt, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. S. P. Holt, Lincoln, Ark.  Mr. & Mrs. Littrel will live in Los Angeles.

BRIDE OF OCTOBER (picture included)
Mrs. Walter E. Frazier before her marriage at Clarksville Oct. 29 was Miss Jean Bullock, daughtr of Mr. & Mrs. Walter Bullock of Clarksville. Mr. & Mrs. Frazier, both graduates of the Clarksville high school will live in Clarksville.

EARLY FALL BRIDE (picture included)
Mrs. Darrell Brown, of Rogers, is the former Miss Eloise Graham, of Springdale, member of prominent family in Northwest Arkansas.  Her wedding was an event of early fall in Neosho, MO.

CARL F. RICE
Springdale, Ark., March 1
Carl F. Fice, 35 years old, fruit grower, died in City hospital at Fayetteville Friday night after an illness of one week.  He had suffered
from an attack of appendicitis. Mr. Rice was a graduate of Ouachita College at Arkadelphia. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Madge Carrol Rice; three daughters, Lizabeth, Mary Frances & JoDell; a baby son, Timothy; his parents, Mr. & Mrs. E. F. Rice of Springdale, and two sisters, Mrs. Clara Bolls of Conway and Mrs. Minnie Ross of Shawnee, Okla.

Springdale, Ark., Jan 14
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Baker announce the birth of a son Wednesday morning.

Springdale, Ark. March 21.
Mr. & Mrs. R. Spaulding announce the birth of a son Tuesday.

Springdale, Ark. Jan 28.
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Goree announce the birth of a daughter Thursday, Jan 24.

Springdale, Ark. Dec 12
Mr. & Mrs. D. D. Sietz announce the birth of a daughter, Dec 10 at their home on North Thompson Street.

MARRIAGE OF MISS SAMPIER TO LEDBETTER IS ANNOUNCED
Rogers, Ark., June 14
Mrs. F. R. Sampler, Wednesday, announced the marriage of her daughter, Bonnie, to Homer C. Ledbetter of Springdale, Ark.  The wedding took place in Bentonville, May 26. Miss Pauline Sampier of Rogers, sister of the bride was the only attendant at the wedding.

ODD FELLOWS ELECT OFFICERS FOR YEAR
Searcy, Ark., Oct 29
Clyde Cardwell, Springdale, was elected grand master of the Arkansas grand lodge, Independent Order of Odd Fellows at the annual convention here Tuesday.  Miss Ada err, Fayetteville, was named president of the Rebekahs and Harrison selected as the 1936 convention city. Other officers of the grand lodge elected were John L. Fisher, Hazen, deputy grand master; C. M. Cochran, Texarkana, grand warder; R. S. Whitlock, Bentonville, grand secretary; J. G. Black, Searcy, grand treasurer; and Walter Lemay, Alicia, grand representative. Other officers of the Rebekahs named were Mrs. Effie Smith, El Dorado, vice president; Mrs. Lena Dorand, Rogers, warden; Mrs. Emma Hamilton, Hope, secretary-treasurer;; and Mrs. J. Claybaugh, Van Buren, national representative.

Springdale, Ark., Oct 22 (picture of bride shown)
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur E. Long announce the marriage of their daughter, Isabel Long, to John U. Cloer.  The wedding was solemnized Thursday, Oct. 17 at the home of the bride.  Rev. Karl McClendon, pastor of the local First Baptist church, officiating.
Mrs. Cloer finished school in Tulsa, Okla., her former home.  Cloer is a son of Mrs. Hettie Cloer and attended the University of Arkansas from whhich he graduated, receiving his L.L.B. degree.  Mr. & Mrs. Cloer will live in Springdale, where Cloer has opened a law office.

MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE JENNINGS
Springdale, Ark. Sept. 26
Rev. Ellis Plumlee and wife, residing near Springdale, announce the birth of a grandson Saturday.  The baby is a son of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Jennings of Los Angeles.  Mrs. Jennings formerly was Miss Thelma Plumlee of Springdale.

SPRINGDALE GIRL BRIDE
Springdale, Ark., Nov. 12
Miss Elsie Knoll of Springdale and Ray Livingood of Zanesville, Ohio were married Monday night at 8 o'clock at the home of the officiating minister, Rev. Karl McClendon, pastor of the First Baptist church.  Mr. & Mrs. Livingood left at once for Zanesville where they will live

COUPLE IS MARRIED
Springdale, Ark., Sept. 26
Miss Dorothy Mae Foster of Centerton and Robert Cline Lane of Springdale, were married Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock.  The wedding was solemnized at the Methodist parsonage, the pastor, Rev. James T. Willcoxen officiating  They were attended by Miss Wilma Lane, sister of the
bridegroom.

CARDWELL NAMED MAYOR
Lowell, Ark., April 3
Clyde Cardwell was elected mayor of Lowell at the election Tuesday.  Jim Snodgrass was elected recorder, and B. E. Napler, J. H. Smith, Tolbert Graham, A. C. Mayes and P. V. Johnson were elected aldermen.

TWO HURT IN WRECK
Springdale, Ark., Feb. 17
Royce and Jack Leslie, drivers for the Jones Truck Lines, Inc. were in an accident Sunday morning near the Arkansas & Missouri state line.  Royce was driving and said he was crowded off the highway by another motor vehicle, and his truck and trailer plunged down a 34 foot embankment. His brother was asleep at the time of the accident, and was not as seriously injured as the driver.  The trailer was badly damaged.  They were returning from Kansas City.

ROGERS MAN MARRIES
Rogers, Ark., Feb 17
Announcement was made here Saturday, of the marriage of Ernest William Bywater of Rogers and Miss Madge Pearson of Fayetteville.  The ceremony was performed in Bentonville by Justice of the Peace F. F. Floyd, Feb. 11.  The bridegroom is a brother of Mrs Henry Tonar of this city and a son of Mrs. James Bywater, until recently a resident of Rogers.  Mr. & Mrs. Bywater will reside in Fayetteville.

MISS SARAH FLEMING
Fayetteville, Ark., Jan 7
The funeral of Miss Sarah Fleming, 19 years old, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. W. T. Fleming of Fayetteville, was conducted at 10 o'clock Monday morning at the Central Presbyterian church.  Rev. Harry G. Finney, pastor of the church, officiated.  Arrangements were directed by the Moore Funeral Home of Fayetteville. The cortege left following the service for Poteau, Okla., former home of
the Fleming family, where a second service and burial were conducted at 3 P.M.  Miss Fleming died at midnight Saturday, after a long illness.

G. VERNON BROOKS
Springdale, Ark., Jan 25
Funeral service for G. VERNON BROOKS, 49 years old, lifetime resident of this community, who died Wednesday afternoon in a Little Rock hospital, was held Friday afternoon at the First Methodist church here.  The service was conducted by the pastor Rev. JAMES T. WILLCOXON.  Music was by the church choir, Mrs. V. PRICE directing.  Burial was in Son's Chapel cemetery, south of Springdale,  Callison-Riggs mortuary here was in charge of funeral arrangements.  Mr. Brooks is survived by his wife, three sons and two brothers.

NEEDLE SWALLOWED IN CHILDHOOD TAKEN FROM WOMAN'S ARM (Picture shown)
Springdale, Ark, Jan 14
A sewing needle, swallowed by Mrs. MARION LINDLEY when she was a small girl, was recovered from her arm by a physician Friday night. Mrs Lindley, residing in the eastern part of town, suffered intense pain in her right arm while milking a cow.  A Springdale doctor was summoned and took a steel needle, measuring 1 1/4 inches in length, from between the bones above the wrist. The woman remembered having swallowed a needle or pin when, as a child, she was running and looking up at some bluebirds.  She felt no discomfort and had forgotten about the incident until last week.

WAYNE PARKER GOVER, 23
Obituary-This is a long article mentioning these people: GUS ELDSON, JEFF GOVER, HARLEY GOVER, ELLIS GOVER, MAURICE RUSSELL, HARVEY JONES, REV. KARL MCCLENDON, W. A. GRAVES, H. L. MCDONALD, W. H. NEEDHAM, CARL WATSON, HOMER LEDBETTER, RAY WATSON, MAX KENNAN, ALFRED ADAMS, CLAUDE A. FULLER, FLOY YOUNG GOVER, JAMES WOODY GOVER. If you are interested in this article please contact me. melrlamb@juno.com

GERALDINE FLETCHER
Springdale, Ark., Sept. 8
Geraldine Fletcher 16 years old, died Friday night at the City hospital at Fayetteville. Funeral service will be held at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the First Baptist church, conducted by ev. Karl McClendon, pastor, Pallbearers will be Kathleen Garner, Bettye Lou Bateman, Virginia Ingrum, Mildred Jarvis, Virginia Sanders and Glenn Jarvis. Burial will be in Bluff cemetery here.
Miss Fletcher is survived by her mother, Mrs. Elsie Fletcher, one brother, John Lynn Fletcher and one sister Mildred Irene Fletcher.
Funeral arrangements are in charge of the Callison-Riggs Undertaking Co. of Springdale.

HOWARD HENRY, son of Dr. R. T. Henry, who had been attending the University of Arkansas, left Thursday night for Kansas City where he will enroll in the Kansas City-Western Dental College, to take up the study of dentistry.

MR AND MRS CLYDE HOWERTON
Springdale, Ark., July 30
Mr. & Mrs. Clyde Howeton of War Eagle, announce the birth of a son Monday morning.  The baby has been named Clyde Aaron.  Mrs. Howerton formerly was Miss Thede Henson of Springdale.

MR AND MRS ALFRED HOLLAND
Springdale, Ark., May 11
Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Holland announce the birth of a son Sunday night.  Mrs. Holland was formerly Miss Oneita Alvis.

MR. AND MRS. ROY MILLER
Lincoln, Ark., May 17
Mr. & Mrs. Roy Miller have announced the birth of a son at City hospital in Fayetteville Thursday morning.

MISS JOANNA GREATHOUSE, daughter of Mrs. Beulah Greathouse, has gone to Chickasha, Okla.

HOWARD BACKUS, youngest son of Mr. & Mrs. A. A. Backus, arrived Thursday of last week from Nashville, Tenn., where he had been a guest of his uncle, Joe Backus, for several weeks.  During his stay his uncle and aunt took him on a week's motor trip to a number of interesting places in several different states.

THE BLUE HORSE KINDERGARTEN opened Monday at the home of Mrs. Loy Lichlyter on Grove street, for children from three to six years of age. The school is being taught by Miss Mary Erma Berry, who studied in Chicago Teachers' College.

LEWALLEN
Mr. & Mrs. Buster Lewllen of Fayetteville, formerly of Springdale, announce the birth of a daughter Oct. 9th at the city hospital.

MISS PENNY IS BRIDE
Springdale, Ark., Aug 18
Mr. & Mrs. Luther Penny, who live east of Springdale, announce the marriage of their daughter, Ferna June Penny, to Horace Locklin, son of Mr. & Mrs. Jack Locklin, who live in College Heights.  The wedding occurred Wednesday night at Fayetteville at the home of the officiating minister, Rev. Charles Pepper, pastor of the Assembly of God Church.  Mr. & Mrs. Locklin will live here.

THREE BIRTHS ANNOUNCED
Springdale, Ark., Aug 13
Mr. & Mrs. Jess Daniel, living northwest of Springdale, announce the birth of a daughter Saturday.  The baby has been named Sarah Janice. Mr. & Mrs. Vergil High, who live in Caudle addition, announce the birth of a daughter Sunday morning, who has been named Peggy Jr. A daughter was born to Mr. & Mrs. Noah Cooper, residing northeast of Springdale, Sunday morning and the name Merladean has been given the baby.

MR. AND MRS. ALLEN THOMAS
Fayetteville Ark., Oct 9
Mr. & Mrs. Allen Thomas announce the birth of a son at their home here.

CLUBS WILL MEET
Fayetteville, Ark., Sept 10
Meetings of home demonstration clubs at Cane Hill and Lincoln will be held Tuesday with Miss Harriet R. King, home demonstration agent, and Mrs. M. R. Ellis of Fayetteville attending.

RECENT MARRIAGE RECORDED BY FAYETTEVILLE OFFICIALS
Fayetteville, Ark., June 25
Recent marriages recorded here Monday include the following;  Earl Perry of Memphis, Texas, and Mrs. Mae Williams of Fayetteville, married June 9 by Rev. J. T. Gillespie; Norman Spencer of Durham and Miss Pauline Ballard of Thorney, married June 15 by Elder E. A. Counts;  Robert Wolf and Miss Lella Lucille Williams, both of Springdale, married June 22 by Justice R. L. Atwood;  Claud Wheeler and Miss Mary Dick, both of Springdale, Married April 26 by Justice Monroe Neal;  Arcale St. Jacque of Fargo, N.D. and Miss Esta Lee Holliday of Fayetteville, married April 26 by Justice J. S. Jameson;  Monroe Bishop of Springdale and Miss Bettie
Kendrick of Lowell, married June 24 by Justice R. L. Atwood; and Francis McMullen and Miss Lillie Morris, both of Fayetteville, married June 24 by Elder O. L. Lierley.

SPRINGDALE GIRL WINNER OF OZARK SMITH CONTEST (picture attached) The owner of the dazzling smile is an excited, happy girl of 17.  She is on he first trip in the official capacity of "Ozark Smile Girl", having been elected last week at Joplin, in a competition in which 13 girls from Ozark regions of Northwest Arkansas and Southern Missouri took part. Miss Arendale graduated from Springdale high school this spring, ranking second in her class.  She was editor of the Springdale Bulldog, high school newspaper.
(This is a much longer article.  If anyone is related contact me.)

ODD FELLOWS AND REBEKAHS HOLD SERIES OF RALLIES
Springdale, Ark., July 8
The first of three rallies to be held in different section of the state to create interest in Odd Fellowship and Rebekahism, and to raise funds and select a location of an Odd Fellows Orphans home, was held Saturday night at the Odd Fellows Hall.  The New Era Odd Fellow lodge and the Rebekah lodge of this place entertained jointly. Louie Joseph of Texarkana, past grand master and grand representative to the supreme lodge, was principal speaker. Other past grand maters who were present and made brief talks were Albert Simms, W. H. Laubach, and A. L. Justine of Little Rock, Ellis Murphy, Eureka Springs, Dr. C. E. Laws, Forst Smith and R. G. Whitlock, Bentonville.  Mrs. Mary Margaret Neal of Hazen, president of the state Rebekah assembly, was introduced and talked in the interest of the orphans home.  Clyde Cardwell, grand warden was master of ceremonies. The welcome address was by Senator Cardwell of Springdale and the benediction by Mr. Joseph.

ATTEMPT MADE TO SET FIRE TO RURAL HOME
Fayetteville, Ark., June 24
Barn and outhouse near Fayetteville destroyed late Saturday night in suspected arson plot. County officers Sunday were investigating an attempt to burn all buildings on the Fred Graue farm near Zion, northeast of Fayetteville. (This is a much longer article.  If anyone is related contact me.)

Articles from my mother's (Virginia Cardwell Roberts) scrapbook.  The clippings came from the newspaper in Springdale or Fayetteville.  There are generally no years given, just month & date.  I think they came from 1930-1934.

YOUNG PREACHER ORDAINED IN CEREMONY AT LOWELL
Lowell, Ark, Aug 13
The Baptist Church of Lowell held an ordination service for Wendell Zimmerman Sundy afternoon Aug. 12, at 2:30 o'clock.  Ministers who had part in the service were Rev. John Stevens of Lowell; Rev. E. M. Gillispie Fayetteville; Rev. Joe English, Gentry; Rev. Clarence Coffelt, Springtown; Rev. Karl McClendon, Springdale; Rev. Pat Murphy, Rogers and Evangelist B. B. Crim who is now holding revival services in Rogers. Wendell Zimmerman is the 18-year-old son of Mr. & Mrs. Fred Zimmerman who live on a farm in this community.  He preached his first sermon in the Springdale Baptist church, Aug 6, last year.  He attended school at Moody
Bible Institute, Chicago, and was recently elected pastor of the Baptist church at Centerton, Ark. Young Zimmerman is assisted in his work by his brother, Fred, who is two years olden and is in training as an evangelistic singer and musician. The two are now engaged in their fourth revival meeting for this summer and their success has been marked.

STUDENTS PLAN REVIVAL
Springdale, Ark., Aug 19
Kenneth Shamblin, Brooks Wagoner and Harold Eggensperger, student ministers of the Methodist church, will begin a week's revival Monday night at the church at Zion, southeast of Springdale, Monday evening. The trio will be assisted by Rev. Elmer H. Hook, pastor of the Methodist church here.  Shablin will do mosst of the preaching and Waggoner will direct the music while Eggensperger will assist.

MISS NOVA BACKUS, local music teacher, has moved her coservatory from the home of her parents, Mr. & Mrs. A. V. Backus on South Thompson Street, to the home of Mrs. Vernon Brooks on West Emma Avenue.  The change was made, it is said, in order to be nearer the local schools and more convenient
for her students.

"SPOOKY TAVERN" A THREE-ACT MYSTERY PLAY
Admission 10 cents and 15 cents  High School Auditorium  Friday, February 2, 1934
Cast:
R. D. Goss, Alene Young, Lucille Hodges, Dympel Vandever, Mary Belle Richey, Frances Cottrell, Earle Jones, Ed Jones, Bruce Parker, Leon Young, Frank Hunt

E. L. JONES VICTIM OF TRUCK WRECK
Edward Jones dies in Springfield MO, hospital Monday following truck crash near Republic. Edward Lewis Jones, 17-year-old son of Mrs. James Jackson, died in the Baptist hospital at Springfield, MO, about six o'clock Monday evening from injuried received when a truck belonging to the Springdale Produce Co., which he was driving, overturned near Republic, MO, 18 miles south of Springfield about 11 o'clock Monday morning. (This is a long article, mentioning James Lewis, Rev. E. H. Hook, Woodrow Stockton, Paul Sizemore, Charles & Robert Sprinkle, Edward Barrett, Howard High, Nadine Scott, Elmina Scott, Margery Galey, Montey High, Hazel High & Juanita Ivey)
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DR. CHARLES L. RICHEY
Springdale, Ark, June 24
Dr. Charles Leonard Richey, 47 years old, died early Sunday morning at his home here, after a long illness.  The body was taken to Bunceton, MO, Sunday morning where funeral services will be conducted Tuesday afternoon. Dr. Richey was born Feb 20, 1887 at Vermont, MO, and was a son of James Richey & Nancy Ellen Cox Richey, both of Missouri. He is survived by his wife, Flora May Chapin Richey, one son, Morris, and a daughter, Mrs. J. B. Ballard, of Fayetteville; his father, James Richey of Bunceton, MO and five brothers, George W. Richey of California, W. B. Richey and A. N. Richey, Kansas City, MO, Charles Richey and J. H. Richey, Sedalia, MO, and three sisters, Mrs. Earl Glenn, Kansas City, MO, Mrs. R. E. Hickerson, Sedalia, MO, and Mrs. Margaret Calahan, Bunceton.

COWBOY NEARS END OF GRID CAREER (picture shown) Winton (coybow) Kyle, whose thrilling runs for touchdowns last season still are fresh in the minds of Razorback rooters, is playing his third and last year at halfback on the University of Arkansas eleven.  yle is one of the colorful Razorback football stars of recent years.  His broken field running last year was spectacular, sports writers calling him the "most dangerous back in the Southwest."  Kyle's home is in Magazine, Ark, but he played his prep football at Fort Smith High School, where he was named all state halfback.

SENIORS OF SPRINGDALE HIGH SCHOOL TO GRADUATE FRIDAY
Springdale, Ark., May 17
Graduation excercises for the senior class of the local high school, will be held at he high school auditorium Friday evening at 8 o'clock.  The address will be delivered by Orville J. Hall, whose subject will be "Goals and Responsibility."  Miss Nova Backus will play the processional. Special musical numbers will be a violin solo, "Agio," Saenger, by Mrs. Glenn M. Riggs, a vocal solo, "Recessional" DeKoven, by Carl Rice and "A Medley of Southern Airs," Pike, by a ladies quartet comosed of Mrs. V. Price, Mrs. C. C. Means, Mrs. V. Brooks and Mrs. O. E. Hawkins. The salutatory address will be by Miss Elaine Arendale and the valdictory by Kennedy Deaver.  Diplomas will be presented by J. A. Trice, superintendent of Springdale schools.  The invocation will be by Rev. E. H. Hook, pastor of te First Methodist Episcopal church and the benediction by Rev. Emmett Davison, pastor of the First Christian Church.

MISS WHITE IS MARRIED
Springdale, Ark., Aug 2
Miss Jewell Dean White, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Earl White, living northeast of Springdale, and Chester Allen, son of Mr. & Mrs. H. R. Allen of Springdale, were married Saturday evening at Lowell at the home of the officiating minister, Rev. J. Smith.

DAVISON TO GIVE SERMON FOR SENIORS AT SPRINGDALE
Springdale, Ark., May 12
Rev. Emmett Davison, pastor of the First Christian church, will preach the baccalaureate sermon Sunday morning for the high school graduating class.  Mr. Davison's subject will be "Life at it's Best." Special music will include numbers by a special choir, and a vocal duet by Mrs. V. Price and Mrs. Ben Watkins.  Miss Gertrude Williamson will play the processional and the recessional.  Rev. Karl McClendon, pastor of the Baptist church will give the invocation and Kenneth Shamblin, president of the senior class, and student pastor, will give the benediction.
The service will be held in the high school auditorium.

A BUSINESS CARD FOR THE "MODEL CAFE", OZARK COLEY LLOYD, PROPRIETOR

BIRTH
Mrs. & Mrs. William Lyle Carter announce the arrival of a daughter, Elizabeth Ann on Jan 16, 1934.

NEWS AND NOTES
Mack Whitson and Robert Barnes are digging a well on the John Braddy place just south of the house. Tomatoes have been ripening very slow here in the valley. Dr. & Mrs. C. P. Sisco were thru these parts Sunday afternoon.  Dr. Sisco was called to see a lady at the Fredrick home. Tommie Graham, who has been in the north the past few weeks is home again.

FOWLER
Lytle Demps Fowler, 20, son of Mr. & Mrs. Demps Fowler, died at the home of his parents, north of town, Wednesday morning, September 13, at 7:20 o'clock following a long illness.
(This is a long article, mentioning the following people:) Rev. Karl McClendon, Rev. Taylor Stanfield, Hal Brogdon, John Howard, Vernon Buenning, Morris Stevens, Fred Zimmerman, W. Whaley, Thurman Walters, Ralph Howard, Norman Buenning, Wendell Zimmerman, Shirley Norman, Jack Reed, C. D. Christian, E. N. Wisdom,C. H. Fowler, Mont Fowler, Wilma Fowler, Vernelle Fowler, Helen Fowler, Tom Fowler, Mrs. C. E. Ennis, T. L. Fowler.
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BIRTHS
Springdale, Ark., Nov. 9
Mr. & Mrs. Hubert Graham announce the birth of a daughter Wednesday.  The baby has been named Jerry Jo Ann.
 
Mrs. & Mrs. Lester W. Mullenneix announce the birth of a daughter, born Wednesday, October 18, to whom they have given the name Belva Jean.

Mr. & Mrs. Ray Ralston announce the birth of a son on Saturday, Sept, 9, at their home on Spring Street.

Springdale, Ark., Aug. 17
Mr. & Mrs. Joe Holt announce the birth of a son Friday.  The baby has been named Wayne.  Mrs. Holt was formerly Miss Winnie Phillips.  Rev. J. H. Caldwell, pastor of the Baptist church at Spring Valley, and Mrs. Caldwell, announce the birth of a son on Friday morning.

MARRIAGE OF MISS WEBSTER ANNOUNCED AT SPRINGDALE
Springdale, Ark., May 17
Mr. & Mrs. John M. Webster announce the marriage of their daughter, Mozelle, to Harold Lieberknecht, son of Mr. & Mrs. I. J. Lieberknecht. The wedding took place at Cassville, MO, May 11, Rev. Charles Vanzant, pastor of the Baptist church, officiating.
The bride is a graduate of the local high school, and also attended the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, and has taught school for several terms.  The bridegroom is a graduate of the local high school.  Mr. & Mrs. Lieberknecht will reside in Springdale.

S. H. S. HONOR PUPILS (pictures shown)
Kennedy Deaver was valedictorian and Elaine Arendale, was salutatorian of the 1934 graduating class of the Springdale high school.  Miss Arendale also won the local "Smile Girl" contest held atthe Concord Theatre Friday night of last week and will represent Springdale in the all-Ozarks contest to be held in Joplin, MO, Friday & Saturday of this week, where she will compete for the title of "Ozark Smile Girl" for 1934.

JOHN HARRISON KING
Springdale, Ark., July 21
Funeral service for John Harrison King, 74 years old, who died Friday morning at his home near Springdale, was held Saturday morning at the Shady Grove Baptist church. The service was conducted by Rev. E. F. Rice of Springdale.  Burial was in Shady Grove cemetery.  Funeral arrangements were in charge of Callison-Riggs mortuary.
Mr. King is survived by his wife, two sons, one daughter, one brother and 12 grandchildren.  He had been a farmer in this neighborhood for a number of years.

THE SENIOR CLASS OF LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL PRESENTS "THE LADY SLIPPER"
May 1, 1934  Cast of characters:
Mary Donney, Elmer Payne, Annie Cox, Edward Mout, Marvin Miller, Frances Thornsberry, Y. W. Whelchel, Juanita Thomas, Merle Simpler, Helen Rauch, Flora Turner, Luther Norwood, Fred Coats, Joyce Wynne

STUDENTS IN 12th GRADE OF SPRINGDALE HIGH SCHOOL (Letter to Santa Claus)
Emile Baxter, Esther Lane, Kennedy Deaver, Elaine Arendale, Winnie Mae Foust, Ruby ?, Della ?, Dale Graham, James Robert, Richard Harris, Joanna ?, Wayne ?, Dimple ?, Dirindia ?, Helen Knoll, Virginia Late, Richard Linebarger, Mary McFadden, Janis Neal, Ruth McCord, Merline ?, Pauline ?, Scott Price, Eugenia ?, Maxine?, Dallas ?, Mary Sellers, Kenneth ?, Frank Sharp, Velma Smith, James Tippin, Richard Umbaugh, Ione?, Lula Rae, Richard Walker, H. W. Scroggins, Anna Mildred, Iota Wilkerson, Katlyn Watts, Raymond Smith, Mildred Davis, Mildred Phillips, Mrs. Hall
(teacher).

JUNIOR CLASS PLAY - L. H. S. (Lincoln?) "HERE COMES CHARLIE"  FRIDAY,
APRIL 6.
Cast of Characters:
Mildred Griscom, Graham Wright, Eva Rodgers, Roscoe Parker, Harry Richey, Jonnie Bell Glidewell, Alva Spears, Mae Corrine Hunt, Geneva Anderson, George Mout.

PAUL IVEY
Springdale, Ark., May 5
Funeral service for Paul Ivey, 21 years old, who died Friday afternoon at his home southeast of Springdale at Zion, will be held at the Oakland Baptist church Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by Rev. O. L. Lierly of Fayetteville.  Burial will be in the Oakland cemetery.  Funeral arrangements are in charge of Callison-Riggs Undertaking company of Springdale.

WEDDINGS
Morris-Byars
Miss Murtha Morris and Leo Byars, both of Springdale, were united in marriage Saturday evening at 7:30 at the home of the officiating minister, Rev. Elmer H. Hook, pastor of the First Methodist Church.  The young people were accompanied by Herman McCollough and Miss Marie Cardwell.  Mrs. & Mrs. Byars will reside in Springdale.

Foust-Holcomb
Miss Eva Foust of Springdale and Millard Holcomb of Elm Springs were united in marriage Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the home of the officiating minister, Rev. Karl McClendon, pastor of the First Baptist Churc, the single ring ceremony being used.  The young people were accompanied by Miss Winnie Mae Foust, sister of the bride, and Preston Anderson.  An informal reception was held after the wedding at the bride's home and dinner was served at six o'clock. The bride is a daughter of Mr. & Mrs. S. D. Foust and was a member of the 1933 graduating class of the Springdale high school.  The bridegroom is the son of Mr. & Mrs. Frank Holcomb, residing near Elm Springs, and is a graduate of the Elm Springs high school.  Mr. & Mrs. Holcomb are residing at present with the former's parents but will move soon to their own home where Mr. Holcomb will operate a farm.

WEDDINGS
Graham-Baker
Richard Baker and Miss Pauline Graham, residents of the district east of Springdale, were married Saturday evening at 8 o'clock by Squire R. L. Atwood at his home.

Lichlyter-Fowler
Mr. & Mrs. G. D. Lichlyter of this place announce the marriage of the daughter, Louise, to Powers Fowler, only son of Mr. & Mrs. T. L. Fowler, also residing here.  The wedding was on March 5 at Anderson, MO, and the ceremony was read by Rev. Foster, pastor of the Baptist Church at Anderson.  The young people were accompanied by Larry DeWese of Springdale and Miss Myra Fergus of Elm Springs.
The bride has resided here all her life and was a member of the 1933 graduating class of the Springdale high school.  The bridegroom also graduated from the high school here, and for some time has been associated in a business way with the First State Bank.  Mrs. Fowler has been visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. & Mrs. Donald L. Jones at their home in Little Rock, and was joined there for the week-end by Mr. Fowler.  They returned here Sunday evening to make their home. Mr. & Mrs. Fowler have rented the residence property of Mrs. Ola Thompson on West Emma Ave. where they are already at home to their many local friends.

Miss Cate is Bride
Springdale, Ark., Nov. 23
Mr. & Mrs. Stanley Cate of Sonora, east of Springdale, announce the wedding of their daughter, Della Mae, to Sam E. Williams of Prairie Grove.  The wedding occurred Sunday at the home of the officiating minister, Rev. John Caldwell, pastor or the Baptist church of Spring Valley.  The ring ceremony was used.  The young people were accompanied by Miss Delois Cate and Bill Brewer of Prairie Grove.  They will live on a fruit farm ner Prairie Grove.

Miss Keller is Bride
Fayetteville, Ark., Nov. 23
Miss Josephine Keller sister of Mrs. Hugh Sowder and Mrs. V. J. Ptak of Fayetteville, and Sam Smiley of Wenatchee, Wash., were married Nov. 17 at Wenatchee, it was announced here Thursday.

Miss Carlock is Bride
Springdale Ark., Nov. 23
Mr. & Mrs. Bern Carlock, who live a short distance east of Springdale, announce the marriage of their daughter, Golda Earle, to L. B. Ball, Nov. 18.  The wedding occurred at the home of the officiating minister, Rev. H. H. Davis, pastor of the Springdale Nazarene Church.

RICHEY-BALLARD
Dr. & Mrs. C. L. Richey of Springdale announce the marriage of their daughter, Zuella, to John F. Ballard, son of Mr. & Mrs. J. W. Ballard of Fayetteville.  The wedding took place at Alma, Ark., Thursday evening at sis o'clock, Rev. H. C. Hankins of Springdale officiating.  The young people were accompanied by Miss Marjorie Jones of Fort Smith and Jack Ballard of Fayetteville, cousin of the bridegroom.  Mr. & Mrs. Ballard will reside in Fayetteville, where he former will continue his work as a student in the University of Arkansas.  Mrs. Ballard graduated from the Springdale High School in the class of 1931.

DEATH
Rogers, Ark., Sept 6
Funeral service for Miss Helen Smith, 17 year old daughter of Mrs. Britt Smith of Rogers, was held at Central Methodist church Wednesday afternoon, conducted by Rev. Conner Morehead, pastor, assisted by Rev. J. P. Womack of Van Buren, former pastor of the Central church.  High school students attended in a body.
Pallbearers were senors, Lee Dean, Dean Roller, Jack Penn, Richard Holyfield, Hubert Musteen and Roger Hartman.  Honorary pallbearers were members of the basketball team on which Miss Smith played last year. Besides her mother, Helen is survived by a rother, urley at home, and four sisters, Mrs. Margaret Simmons, Detroit, Mich; Mrs. Elizabeth Bell, Rogers, and Mildred and Betty Lou at home.

SENIORS PRESENT PLAY
Springdale, Ark., May 5
The initial event of commencement exercises for the Springdale high school, was the presentation of the senior play, "The Thirteenth Chair" at the high school auditorium Friday night.  The following students composed the cast:  Elaine Arendale, H. W. Scroggins, Virginia Late, Scott rice, James Greathouse, Eugenia Sanders, Pauline Salyer, Richard Umbaugh, Dale Graham, Kenneth Shamblin, Ruth McCord, Jo Anna Greathouse, Esther Lane Crutcher, Wayne Hyden, Kennedy Deaver and Richard Walker.

REDSKINS BANQUET 1932
James Wosley, George M. Booth, R. K. Baker, Capt. Haynes, Dr. H. H. Price, Dr. J. R. Loftis, Couch Ruby

CALLING CARDS FROM PEOPLE WHO GRADUATED IN 1933
Eleanor Foutz, Frances Louise Lichlyter, Juanita Muriel Leak, Anna Marie Sailer, Effie Caroline Jernigan, Lorene Stewart, Ruby Smith, Eba Louise Foust, Reba Lillian Mabry, Orion Hamilton Dodd, John D. Givens, Oscar Ahlstrand, Jr.

DEATH
Springdale, Ark., June 28
Funeral service for Irene Bailey, one year old, who died early Friday morning at her home south of Springdale, was held at 3o'clock Friday afternoon at the Church of Christ on Holcomb street.  The service was conducted by Rev. Mr. Head and burial was in the Gehring Cemetery.  The baby was a daughter of Willie J. Bailey of St. Paul, Ark, and Eunice Mason Bailey of Wesley, Ark., and was born in Springdale, July 13, 1934. Besides her parents, she is survived by two sisters, Marie and Maxine. The child's death was the result of whooping cough and complications.

VERNA CALICO
Miss Verna Calico, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Fred Calico of Springdale, underwent a major operation at the city hospital at Fayetteville Tuesday.  Her condition Thursday morning was reported to be very satisfactory.

CLASS DAY PROGRAM
Monday, May 22, 1933
Billy Smitherman, Wendell Zimmerman, Katherine Keicher, Harold Picklesimer, Brooks Waggoner, Lorene Stewart, Jo-Al Bunch, Helen Jones, Dorothy Carnes

SPRINGDALE HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT
Wednesday, May 24, 1933
Processional- Miss Gertrude Williamson, Invocation- Rev. Karl McClendon, Vocal Solo- Mrs. V. Price, Cornet Solo- C. W. Aslschwede, Address- Dr. Harrison Hale, Boys' Quartette-Ralph Howard, Millard Means, Fred Zimmerman, Brooks Waggoner, Benediction- Rev. E. E. Jarboe

JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET
May 16, 1933 Springdale, Ark.
Virginia Cardwell went with Earl Spaulding
More than 100 members of the Junior and Senior classes of the local high school and faculty members and guests, attended the annual banquet given Tuesday night by the juniors at the Dodson Memorial Home Economics Cottage.

TWO COUPLES MARRIED
Fayetteville, Ark., Aug 29
Joe Roberts and Miss Virginia Cardwell, both of Springdale, were married Aug. 26 by Elder L. L. Johnson. Loy West and Miss Lula Mae Cpeland, both of Elkins, were married Aug. 26 by Rev. J. A. Stone.

CARDWELL-ROBERTS
C. Y. Cardwell announces the marriage of his daughter, Virginia, to Joe Roberts of Springdale the young couple driving to Lowell Saturday night where they were married at the home of the officiating minister, Rev. L.
L. Johnson.
Mr. & Mrs. Roberts will make their home in Springdale, residing temporarily at the home of the bride's parents.  Mr. Roberts has a position at the local plant of the Welch Grape Juice Company.

BIRTH
Springdale, Ark., June 24
Mr. & Mrs. Hal Brogdon of Springdale announce the birth of a daughter Saturday.  The baby has een names Nena Jean.  Mrs. Brogdon was formerly Miss Edna Myers.

WARREN SANFORD FUNERAL PRIVATE
Friends may view body Saturday from closed window at the Residence Roy Warren Sanford, only child of Mr. & Mrs. Harry Sanford, passed away at the family home, 320 East Maple, at 3 o'clock yesterday after a five days' critical illness.  Funeral services will be private and will be from the home Saturday, starting at two o'clock. Warren was born in Fayetteville, January 14, 1916.  His friends and those of the family are invited to have a last look at the boy through a closed window between the hours of one and two o'clock Saturday. Surviving relatives besides the parents are a grandmother, Mrs. Matilda Sanford, two uncles, Will & Carl Reed of Wichita, Kansas, all of whom are here; and a cousin, Paul Reed of Wichita.

35TH ANNUAL GRAPE FESTIVAL  TONTITOWN, ARKANSAS  OFFICIAL PROGRAM
August 2nd, 1932
St. Rose Drill Team: Miss Cleo M. Berdelle, Catherine Kaelin, Ceielia Kaelin
Address by Storm O. Whaley, state senator Art Dances by the Madden School(Kathleen Kerwin Madden):  Margaret Ann
Hurley, Margaret Brun, Martha Bell Abington, Mary Jane Gearhart, Frances Gearhart
Musical selections by Prof. John Mollar, Lucille and Josephine Brun Novelty numbers :  Lawrence Kelly, Mary Nell Kelly
Selections by Margaret Fenolio
Vocal selections:  Memo Morsani
Running for Office:  H. E. (Homer) Jackson Candidate for County Judge,
Roy W. Williams- Candidate for Collector, Henry B. Walker- candidate for
Circuit Clerk, Harley Gover- for Sheriff, J. C. (Cal) Wilson-for
Collector, Mrs. B. B. Bronson-for County Treasurer, E. P. (Ed) Watson-for
County Clerk, J. Kay Phillips-for Sheriff, Pat Johnson-for Circuit Clerk,
Merle Cruse-for County Clerk
Advertisements: Quaker Drug Store, Fayetteville--Fayetteville Ice
Company--Ward's Ice Cream, Fayetteville--Pioneer Lumber Co.,
Springdale--Watson-Bunch otor Co., Springdale--Heerwagen Bros. Co.,
Fayetteville--Hodge's Cafe, Fayetteville--The New Pollocks,
Fayetteville--Springdale Cash Dry Goods Co.-- Fayetteville Drug Store (R.
H. Clinehens, Ph. G.)--Springdale Grocery--Red Cross Drug Store,
Fayetteville--Cravens & Co., Insurance, Fayetteville--Callison-Riggs
Undertaking Co., Springdale--Ozark Grocer, Fayetteville--McAllister Bros.
Co., Fayetteville--Long Style Shop, Fayetteville--Boston Store Dry Goods
Co., Fayetteville--Continental Service Station, Springdale--Fayetteville
Democrat Newspaper--Link Way Store, Fayetteville--The Smoke Shop,
Fayetteville--Famous Hardware Co., Springdale--Applegate's Drug Store,
Springdale, Rogers, Bentonville--Sav-It Store, Springdale, Clarkson
Mercantile Co., Springdale--R. C. Walters Dry Cleaners, Springdale.

THE AMERICAN LEGION OF SPRINGDALE PRESENTS "ALL OF A SUDDEN SALLY"
Friday Evening, July 26th, 1929   High School Auditorium
Marjorie Ann Hancock, Director
Cast:
Franklyn Sturdivant, Marvin Graves, Mary Elizabeth Stafford, Ervin Fitzgerald, Mrs. Frances Croyle, Mrs. P. W. Boone, U. A. Lovell,
Elizabeth Strode, Jack Pierce, Dorothy Crumbacker, Opal Parrett, Doris Phillips, Dr. P. W. Boone, Sanford Boone, Gladys Jones, Mrs. Percy W. Brown

PRAIRIE GROVE KIDDIES GIVE PROGRAM OF CONTEST SELECTIONS
Prairie Grove, March 26
Article mentions:  Mrs. Charles Woolverton, Mrs. J. C. Parks, Miss Sarah Carl, Miss Janice Barker, Miss Jane Hannah, Mrs. G. B. Shafer, Mrs. Earl Cunningham, Mrs. J. H. Zellner

RECITAL TO BE GIVEN
Springdale Ark, Dec 6
A piano recital will be presented at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon by Joanna Greathouse at her home on Johnson St.

Edward Hal Alvis, of Springdale, and Miss Margaret Jackson, of Fayetteville, were married here Saturday by Justice F. P. Galbreath.

DAVISON MARRIED COUPLE
Springdale, Ark., Oct. 9
Oletha John, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Glenn John of Cave Springs and Lewis Bell, son of Mr. & Mrs. Walter Bell of Springdale, were married Sunday morning at the home of the officiating minister, Rev. Emmett Davison, pastor of the First Christian church here.  The couple was accompanied by Miss Oleta Jones & Eldredge Fagala of Cave Springs.

DESCRIPTIVE PIANO RECITAL
Baptist Church, Springdale, Ark., Tuesday June 18 Lillian Joyce, pupil of Mrs. W. H. Wood, assisted by Margaret Joyce

YOUNG COUPLE MARRIED
Springdale, Ark., Nov. 10
Miss Onetia Alvis and Alfred Holland were married Thursday afternoon by a justice of the peace at Pryor, Okla.  The young people were accompanied by the bride's mother, Mrs. J. E. Alvis and her uncle, T. J. Alvis.  The bride is the only daughter of Mrs. Alvis and has spent her life in Springdale.  The groom is a son of Mr. & Mrs. J. A. Holland residing northwest of town.

CRUMPACKER-ANDERSON
Dixie Crumpacker of Springdale and Woody Anderson of Fayetteville wee married Saturday night at Bentonville.  Anderson is an employee of the Griffin Grocery Company at Fayetteville.  Mr. & Mrs. Anderson will reside at Fayetteville.  The bride is a daughter of Mr. & Mrs. D. D. Crumpacker.

W.K.C. girls gave a party last week at the home of the president, Barbara Cardwell, on Grove and Blair Streets.  The guests were: Kathleen Crumpacker, Dale Graham, Glenn Bradley, Helen Ballew, Ruth Hartman, Richard Henry, Dallas Petross, Morris Richey, Virginia Bunch, Pansy Lee Lindley, Leila Carpenter, Boots Bench, Mary Cypert, Lois Bency, Elouise Graham, Walter Myers and Harold Simonds.  Dancy, games and refreshments were enjoyed by all present.

DISTRICT SESSION HELD
Springdale, Ark., Nov. 10
Miss Alice Dean Price and Miss Barbara Cardwell of Springdale, took parts on the program Monday night at the district meeting of Odd Fellows and Rebeckahs held at Rogers.  Others attending from Springdale were Mr. & Mrs. C. M. Donaldson and saughter, Miss Ruth Donaldson, Miss Mabel Lantz, Mr. & Mrs. Clyde Cardwell and daughters.  The next district meeting will be held in Springdale on the first Tuesday in February, 1932.

FOOTBALL GAME FRIDAY, OCT. 18, 1929  FAYETTEVILLE VS. SPRINGDALE
Springdale Coaches: Robertson and Christian Lineup: C. Wood, H. Phillips, Norvell, Eldson, Adams, Moore, H. Graham, Thomas, M. Wood, Watson, Kennan Substitutes: Gover, Begley, Sturdivant, Grant, Ingrum, Dewese, J. Graham, Disney, Conner, Eggensperger, Blakely, Turner, Gallaher, Butler, Howard

FRED HOLT
Fayetteville, Ark., Aug. 7
Fred Holt, 16 years old, died Monday afternoon.  Funeral arrangements had not been announced Monday night. The boy is survived by three brothers, Kenney, Earl and Jack Holt; and an aunt and uncle, Mr. & Mrs. Kenney Armstrong.

May 30, Fayetteville, Ark.,
Mr. & Mrs. Clyde Cardwell of Little Rock were week-end guests of Mrs. Cardwell's brother J. H. Smith and family.

MR. AND MRS. HARVEY OVERTON
Springdale Ark., May 12
Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Overton announce the birth of a son May 7.  The baby has been named Donal Eugene.

BIRTHS
Cypert--Mr. & Mrs. Burl Cypert of Springdale announce the birth of a son on Thursday, May 24.  The baby has been named Jimmie Dean.

Miss Anna Butts, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Jess Butts, was given a surprise dinner Wednesday in honor of her 16th birthday.  Miss Flossie Butts was hostess, and 12 guests were present.  A weiner roast was enjoyed at Hewitt's Spring in the evening.

Jess Butts and family will move to Huntsville this week, where Mr. Butts plans to open a meat market.  Miss Flossie Butts, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Butts, has been enployed to teach the school at Harmony, two miles northeast of Huntsville.

Miss Beulah Brown entertained the members of the Vota Vita Sunday School class of the First Baptist Church with a depression party on Thursday night of last week, held at the home of her parents, Mr. & Mrs. Hayden Brown, northwest of Springdale.  The group, all of whom were dressed in a manner to represent the depression, held a short business session following the dinner which was served at 8 o'clock.  The prize for the one dressed the most depressing went to Miss Very Braddy.  Members of the class attending te party were Misses Hattie Waggoner, Anna Mildred Wisdom, Very Braddy, Eugenia Sanders, Helen Knoll, Ione Walden, Lelia and Louise Gregg, Virginia Cardwell and Dirinda King.  Special guests were Mrs. A. E. Long, teacher of the class and her daughter, Isabelle.

AMERICAN LEGION "PRIZE BABY SHOW"
Thanksgiving Night, November 28 1929
Jimmie Roberts--Acrobatic Specialty, Dorothy Fugitt, Nell Borden--Tap,Dorothy Fugitt--Acrobatic Fan Dance, Nell Borden--Toe Tap, Virginia Greenhaw, Catherine Dickey, Martha Ellen Hurst, Jimmie Roberts, Betty Lou Phipps--Waltz Clog.

BRIDE OF HOLIDAY (picture included)
Mrs Carl Watson, is the former Miss Ellen Blck of Fayetteville.  Mrs. Watson's wedding was an event of Tranksgiving day.  She is a graduate of the Fayetteville High School, and resided with her brother, Jeff Black and wife in Fayetteville.  Mr. Watson is manager of the Springdale office of the Arkansas Western Gas Co.

HONORS ARE WON
Alva Speer is valedictorian, and Leon Young is salutatorian of the graduating class of the Lincoln, Ark., High School.

PLAY PRESENTED BY THE WOMEN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY OF THE CENTRAL METHODIST
CHURCH
Lincoln, Arkansas, Friday, December 21, 1934
Cast of Characters:
Mrs. George Oakes, Ida Crockett, Beulah Carter, Louetta Luginbuel, Geneva Smith, Mary Denney, Cleo Burton, Elsie Norwood, Florence Miller, Marie Beatty, Claudia Reed, Kathryn Tennis, Dora Tittle, Leona Pitts, Ossie Dixon, Mansie Pitts.

GIRL EVANGELIST SPEAKS
Springdale, Ark., July 26
Mary Doom, 16 year old evangelist of the Assembly of God Church, is preaching this week at a meeting which the church is holding under a tent which has been erected west of the rock church building on U. S. highway 71 in the northwest part of town.

BILLIE ERWIN FALLS IN WELL
12 Year Old Has Narrow Escape From Death Near Winslow Billie Cole Erwin, 12 year old son of Mr. & Mrs. William Erwin of Fayetteville, had a narrow escape from death by suffocation in a well at the home of hes grand, A. N. Cole, in Winslow. (This is a long article also mentioning Jack Dickson.  If you are interested in complete article contact me)

ENSEMBLE PIANO RECITAL-GIVEN BY PUPILS OF MRS. W. H. WOOD, Tuesday, June
26
Jean Robertson, Elaine Arandale, Helen Jones, Naomi Ewalt, Martha and Buddie Nix, Catherine Nix, Ruby Fitzgerald, Geneva Bishop, Marilla Rheubhansen, Richard & Jack Walker, Helen Ballew, Helen Johnson, Virginia Bunch, Ruth E. Pierce, Esther L. Crutcher, Virginia Lee Clarkson, Morris Clarkson, Joanna Greathouse, Dora Dean Mayes, Helen Fitzgerald, Robert Walker, Carolyn Irwin, Margaret Gray, Courtie Connely, Kennedy Deaver, Bernice Mayes, Louanah Riggs, Era Watson, Pauline Graham, Marcie Croyle, Frances Graham,  Lillian Joyce, Pauline Tate, Fay & Frances Linegarger, Mary Walters, Frances Lindley, Lazella Brodgen, Sarah Deaver.

JUNIOR CLASS PLAY, SPRINGDALE HIGH SCHOOL, Friday Night, April 5, 1929
Cast of Characters:
Arthur Spiller, William Chappell, Francis Frown, Myra Fergus, Mary Alice Mills, Will Fred Dhonau, Laurie Dewese, Clara Ware, Lila Moss, Walter Thomas, Don Goheen.

TWO BIRTHS ANNOUNCED
Fayetteville, Ark., July 21
Two births were announced here Saturday.  Mr. & Mrs. Joe M. Dearing announced the birth of a son at City Hospital Friday night, and Mr. & Mrs. Bruce Hawkins announced the birth of a daughter at the same hospital Saturday.

I. W. .W. CLUB ENTERTAINED AT CARDWELL HOME Misses Jean and Helen Cardwell entertained the I. W. W.'s at their home on South School Tuesday evening.  Dancing and bridge were enjoyed.  Miss Mary Louise Graham of Springdale was a guest.  Members present were Beverly Vance, Pauline Krebs Marjorie Hobbs, Artis Esterling, Mary Madge Pearson, Virginia Vance and Maxine Dailey. PLANS SCHOOL YEAR (picture included) Mr. F. S. Root, superintendent of the Fayetteville City Schools, came here in 1908.

CITY SCHOOLS FACULTY LISTED
From an original faculty of five members to a present list of 50 instructors who will be present Monday for the opening of school is the progress of the Fayetteville city school system under the direction of F. S. Root, superintendent.
High School--R. A. Cooper, Brad R. Walker, Louise Bell, Henry Burke, Ludy Boggs, Ruth Crozier, Halavie Dale, Chester Dixon, Evelyn Lamb J. C. Massie, Elizabeth McCartney, Thomas H. Landors, Naomi Williams, Vada Deaton, Mrs. G. C. Ellis, F. J. Foutz, Miss Callie Lou Roach. Junior High School--Hiram Ford, Virgil T. Blossom, Mrs. T. L. Bates, Hazel Dabney, Evelyn Hall, Annabel Libbert, Fannie Wooddy, Grace Yarger. Elementary Schools--J. F. Lawson, Mildred Lauhon, Nellie Kantz, Allie Gage, Lulu Morrow, Lena Oliver, Eugenia Kennard, Roma Ambrose, Bessie Coventon, Rose Blood, Ruth Sowder, Ruth Bradey, Neta Berry, Kara Jordan, Elizabeth Sowder, J. P. Perrill, Elizabeth Shipley, Alma White, Grace Cunningham, Grace Black, Geneva Davidson, Etna Morris, Edith Gosnell, Iva Stockburger, Alice Terhune.

SURPRISE PARTY FOR ARDIS EASTERLING
A surpprise party was given in honor of Miss Ardis Easterling Monday evening by I. W. W.'s at the home of Miss Mary Madge Pearson, 432 N. Williw Street.  Guests were Pauline Krebs, Virginia Cardwell, Beverly Vance, Helen Cardwell, Marjorie Hobbs, and Sadie Porter.

MISS LANTZ IS MARRIED
Springdale, Ark., July 26
Mrs. Rosa Lantz announces the marriage of her daughter, Mable, to Ebb Thomas, son of Mr. & Mrs. Homer Thomas of Springdale.  The wedding occurred Saturday evening at Pryor Okla., at the home of the officiating minister, Rev. Roy Curtis, pastor of the Church of Christ.  The couple was accompanied by the brid's mother and Miss Fern Thomas, sister of the
groom.

MR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE SHIPP
Springdale, Ark., July 26
Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence Shipp announce the birth of a daughter July 11, at the home of Mrs. Shipp's parents, Mr. & Mrs. Harvey West, west of Springdale.  The baby has been named Wilma Jean.

MR. AND MRS. TROY CANTRELL
Springdale, Ark., July 9
Mr. & Mrs. Troy Cantrell annonce the birth of a daughter Saturday night. The baby has been names Dodres Sue.

HAS TONSIL OPERATION
Miss Virginia Vaughan is recovering at her home on Washington Avenue after a tonsil operation Monday.

DEATHS==CARDWELL
Mrs. Mabel Bookout Cardwell, 36, wife of Clyde Cardwell, died at a Fayetteville hospital Saturday night about 10 o'clock following a major operation performed several days ago.  Funeral services were conducted at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon by Rev. L. L. Johnson, Baptist minister of Lowell, at the church at Zion.  Burial was in the Zion cemetery.  Pall bears were Pat Johnson, Henry Walker, and Harley Gover, all of Fayetteville, and Jim Smith, E. D. Forbes and Jay Phillips of Springdale.  Mrs. Cardwell is survived by her husband, Clyde Cardwell, internal revenue collector of Fayetteville, ad three daughters, Virginia, Helen and Barbara Cardwell.  Also by her mother, Mrs. John Bookout and by three brothers, four sisters, two half brothers and two half sisters.  The brothes are Polk Bookout of Springdale, John Bookout of Spring Valley, and Carl Bookout of South Dakota.  The sisters are Mrs. Gabe Julian of Pontiac, Michigan, Mrs. Sophia Harvey of Montana, and Mrs. Lola Cooper of Detroit, Michigan.  Half sisters are Mrs. Carrie Carrington of Texas and Mrs. Effie Hembrey of Florida.  Half brothers are Ed Bookout of Fort Gibson, Okla. and Fred Bookout of Springdale. Mrs. Cardwell was born February 24, 1894, south of Springdale, some four miles, and was a daughter of the late John Bookout and Amanda Francisco Bookout.  She was united in marriage to Clyde Cardwell in Springdale February 13, 1914, and resided in Springdale for several years but has lived in Fayetteville for the past few months.
 


This concludes the articles "From my mother's scrapbook".  The articles have been copied from newspaper articles that my mother pasted into her scrapbook, apparently, from 1929 to 1934, or so.  There are no years given for most of the articles.  They have not been in any order as she seemed to fill in blank spaces wherever she found them.
I hope people find their relatives in some of these articles.  I know my mother would be amazed that anyone would be interested.  My mother is still alive, but has severe dementia and can no longer talk.  She is 88 years old and was born & grew up in the Springdale, Fayetteville area. Her sisters, Helen and Barbara are also still alive.  They are 90 and 86. All now live in California. Virginia Cardwell Roberts, b. 1916, Springdale, AR.  Married Joe Roberts in 1933 in Lowell.  Moved to California in 1936.

This has been a "labor of love" for me.  I have learned so much about my mother's life while she was growing up.  I hope some of you have enjoyed reading them, also.

Melinda Roberts Lambaren in CA
melrlamb@juno.com