Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 2, 1952 · Page 2
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 2, 1952
Page 2
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AMANtAI IMMt; «»·'««'·-. ,,.... v«*dMt««y, t, IM2 IJmiHHMIIMMHUMHHMIIMIIIHIMMIHMIHIIIIIHfllilli Year Ushered In MRS. KATHlltN DOIIM MMIHWlilHNinillllMllllllltllllllllllllllillllllllinilllllllllllllllllllMIIIIMIIHMlM Daily Calendar of Events ml son, Jon linger of Little Hock;, Mr. Tile's brother-in-law """i A f ( r»l mtl*V/ I I I IH I JflHrP i sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ch»rles TAT V-OUll l l y V _ I U U L/UI IV-C ChronlsUr, and sons. Tommy nnd . Chuckle of Tulsa, Okla . Approximately 200 Fiycllcvllle i ed the dining room, where brcaX- ... [country Club members and out- i fast was served following the I t und Mrs. John A Gt:»rliari;of-town guests ushered In the New |dance. h-lt yeMerday to l e t i i r n lo Kceslei-j Vear Monday night w i t h a dance Mu.-ic by J i m h i y .McDonald and Air Field, B l l o x l , Mis?., lolloiving'. at the club, a visit here d u r i n g t h e ' h o l i d a y i i Holiday decorations w«rc «c- Nival fif«trvt Electronic Company 8-1 Drill, Kason Building, 7 mita SlBin*, Hunh Kinctld, 7:jo - Kapiw Alpha Phi, 45 Kant Rock Street, 7:30 Flight B, 9*40lh Volunteer A i r Force Reserve T r a i n i n g Squadron, 7:.10 Army .Reserve, I12'.» West Center. 7:30 with his lamlly. his orchestra, was provided for the formal occasion, and after the ,1 week of Mr. and the fireplace, and the New Year Mi-s. L. F. Hell, 415 Ensi Maple | |, a | )c ,,,, t h e opposite wall. Belli .Street, were his son-in-law and am | s n mvmcn glittered on the dauuhter, Mr. and Mrs. Wilier' lh a n d , o u ( h - W ,H S of thc yStf-AHStflg'K M": I "»»««· Ch » w " ° r b "' w " is * nd ccntcd with spotlights, displiyinK i stroke of m i d n i g h t in observance Winter Wonderland scene about of Leap Year, ladies chose part- Thursday notary Club, Washington Hotel, is Chapter S, P.K.O., Mrs. M a r i o n Wansmi, 1 ::!0 Chi Omega Mothers Club, Mrs. Hussrll Paddock, 2:30 American Legion Auxiliary, Lesion H u t , 7:30 Held Sigma Phi, Civic Clubroums, 7:30 Chapter K, P.E.6., Civic Clubrooms. 7::ui Il.-ildwJn Cnmmnndcry, M»»onic Hall, 7:30 nrnftva Savage of MuskoKce; sons; aiirl families. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred He]'., Mr. and Mrs. Eugene BeN | and d u U K h l c r . Evelyn K ranees, a! of Wesley, Ark. M had and their Mr Happy New Year Iclters ornament- nei'S for the last d;mce. Those who were in charge of arrangement!; were Mr. and Mr.-:. Joe Stcelc, Mr. and Mrs. John Tyson, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hatfield. -. and Mrs. O. E. Linam have i\K Kitcsts in llirir hoinr, Mr. Mrri, W. T. Vjintrccsn .'ind finn-ln-Kiw and claufihtcr, ·nul Mrs. Telcr Walsh of Mar- , j kcl, Texas. Open House Given At Wade Home Mr. mid Mrs. Clifton Wade entertained about 200 guests at open house, New Year's Eve at their home on Forest Avenue. Guests relied during the evening between the hours of 4 mid 7 o'clock. necclvlni at the door werr Mrs. H. n. JJoscn,. .Mrs. Marion Wasiinn, und Mrs. Webb Williams. The dining table was covered with a festive Christmas cloth of »rc«n, uppllqurd w i t h Sunta Clans, his slelRh mid reindeer. Christum* trecu and packages, all ornamented with ne(|ulns mid jewels. Centering the tible, win a miniature tree with gold and *ll- ver bulls, surrounded by nlxlcs holding i streamer of Hippy New Ycsr. Prnldlni ··! the tutalen were Mrs. A. M. Hardlnn, Mrs. A, D. McAllslcr, Jr., mid'.Mrs: "'.Lfi.VCe Hsthcock. · " ' 7. AssisthiK In' tiie timing room were Misses Mary Sue Wndc nnd Kay Thompson, Mrs. 'Clay Yoe, Mrs. Lonnle Hall, Mrs. Victor nussum, »nd Mrs. George McKln- ney. Birthdays Observed Wif Dinnerparty ·-^ Mrs. M. 0. Uoolittlc mid her lister, Mrs. \V. A. trigger, were ·ntertaliicd at a birlhdny dinner it Mary Mneitrl'i, Suturdiy evening, j;lven by Mr. Doollltle, Present for the occuslon wero Mr. und Mrs. Criirgcr, I'nyettt- vllle, pHt'ents of the. honqrec; » ulster, Mrs. Julius Grtiser, Uo- bm't, Okln.; » ulster-ln-lnw, Mr». 'L, JR. Crlgger, »nd snn L«u Roy, Jr., of TOUCH Clly, Okl«.; brother- in-law and sister, Mr. mid M; , Charles BOSKS and son Gregory of Normin, Okla.! brother W. A. Crlgcer and duughlcr, PnHcia.-of rayettevlllc. Sunday evening Mrs. Doolittle was surprised by f a m i l y and friends with n party »l her home. - Guests were Mr,.^nd Mrs.^Charles McClinton, Mr. and MI-ID- Sam Morrow mid .daughter/ Martha: Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard Eoff and tons, Don nnd Doyne; Mr. and Mrs. I, A. McDonald and son, Jerry: Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davis, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clark Mclllinton, Mrs. L. B. CrlRfcr and son; Mr. . «nd Mrs. Rrynn Wnlker and children, Bruce and Suslo; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. trigger and" daughter: Mrs. Julius Grelsefi-Mr'.' and Mr£ ' BOBK» and ion; Mr, and Mrs. H. P. | Criu«r. Dinner Parly Given At Chicken House Or. f i n f l Mrs. Gcorsr Fisrhrr, King's Hoarl, rclurnrd this mnni- f i i R from Chiciisn whore they spent ttic hoHdii.vs w i t h relatives. meet at the home (if Mrs. I,. D, Tracer, 3 Ml. Norrt, Friday at 3 p. m. Mrs. G. A. Vincenhcller w i l l give H book review. Baldwin Commtndfry B a l d w i n Cominandcr.v, number four, w i l l meet tomorrow at 7:30 p. m., at the Masonic Hall, Mildred I.ft- Chapter, 1J.IKJ. Thc Milrlred Lee Chapter of. U.1D.C.. w i l l not meet tomorrow as I scheduled. The meeting ha? been Mr. and Mrs, .J. K. Jordan o f ! postponed u n t i l next month. Kort Smith vteitod friends nnd rcl- 1 ntivcs hfre last Fi'idiiy. HowTtRtlitvt · Crtomulsion relieves pr H JOTS ri|ht lo the ml of tht Iroublt to help loocn and tkpcl germ ludtn phlegm and Rid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial membranes, Guaranteed to please you or money refunded. Crtomulslon hat itood the test of millions of liters. CREOMUL'SION STUDENTS PLEASE NOTICE Now in itt Thirty-third Year 'Tht School You'll Llkt" Full limt, 5 day w««k, now ·p*n for clnsitt. Stvin Standardiitd Cour»t or* offortd' at approved. Wt in now liking n- rollmtnti for Iht coming n t w cl» in th« Shorthand and Sftnographle Subjteti . . . Clan will itarl loon. Thlt it b«t approach to many valuabla poillloni optnlng ·T»rjr w»k in trtry llktlf Comt in for !nt*rvlaw on ·' I0»0 A.M. F A Y E T T E V U L E BUSINESS COUEGE MX N., 7* tOt- II W*it Dt*ht«M H, 0. Itavii, Prm-tor, Mrs. J. and Jack Tuck. Hoyston Brown Mrs. 1). F. l l a i p o r has returned o Fayelleville a f t e r a visit of several wftkj In her former home nt Gnudi-hhutttn, Ohio. She visited relatlvtj In several other nearby Ohio towns, also. Personals Dr. Max M c A l l i s t c . is iiltend- ,ng tht Mid-Winter Convention of the Hew Orleans Academy of Mr. Chiplar K. P.E.O. Chapter K of P.E.O. w i l l meet tomorrow at 7:30 p.m., in the Women* Civic Cluhrooms. Hostesses will be Mrs. D. M. Moore nnd Mrs. H. A. Melton. inrl Mrs. ,JeiT Ulnrk :ind , i 1 luivc rclurnnd home a f t e r Mr. and Mm. Chnrles. Croclii'll i v i s i t i n g with his pnrcnls In Wynne, · nd Mr. nnd Mrs. George Gcarhnrl i Ark. _ wei» hosts »t a dinner party t'iven | ; I -- nt the Chicken Mouse in Spring-! R" 11 , . «' kT1 returned '** {r "}£, \ B.ta Sigm, Phi dale Friday n i g h t i '''""' LMc Iloc;k ' w h ' e hc sp . B(- '3 SI(,'ma Phi Guc-sls wri-c I w r »nd Mrs. K r n n k i the holidays w i t h his parent*, M r . Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Frank will meet tomorrow Jit 7:30 p.m. in Ihe Women's Civic Clubrooms. Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Bellas and Mrs. M a u d e Duncan of Mt. Gaylor and Winjlnw were visitors in Fay- ottcville d u r i n s the past weekend. Mrs. Bruce llolcomb was hostess lo the Friday Social Club last wreU a I her home, 61(1 lieagan Street. Mrs. Wythi; Vr'allter has returned Chi Omtja Molhtri Club Chi Omega Mothers Club will meet tomorrow at 2:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Russell Paddock. Assistant hostesses will be Mrs. O. A. Vincenhcller, Mrs. Floyd Price, Mrs. C. C. Brown and Mrs. B. F. McAllister. Ophthalmology at the .lung Hold j In her home In .Slillwater, Okln., in New Orleans, La. He will rc- :ilrn Saturdsy, Mrs. Hnymond Llerly Is reported Improved after becimiinu 111 Christmas night. She Is nt her home on Mt. Comfort Itond. Mr. and : *(r». Guy Williams and f a m i l y -Iff! Monday morning for their 'home in Cheyenne,, Wyo., ttftcr a short visit w i t h relatives In Fnyetteville, Greenland, Wcsl Fork, and Wcstvlllc, Okla. a f t e r v i s i t i n g here witli her mother. Mrs. A. M. Byrnes, and family. Sen. J. W. Fulbricht and d a u g h - ters l e f t hv plane Monday, to ret u r n to Washington. D. C., after a visit here w i t h Mrs. .lay Ful- b r l u h l and Mr. and Douglas. Mrs. J. W. was called to Miami, Fla.. lo be w i t h her brother, Robert Williams, who is III. Obituary Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fulbrlxht nnd children,..lay and Patty, who have been the Kiiests of Mrs. Jay Kulbrlithl and Mr. and Mrs. Hal Dounlas, have returned to their holne in Pine Blnft. Ernnt Gavin Prairie Grove - (Special) - Fu, ncral services for Ernest Cavin, Mrs. H a l ! 34, who died Sunday, will be held Fulbrlghl tomorrow* afternoon at 2 o'clock in the chapel of the Luginbuel Funeral Home at Prairie Grove, by the Hcv. John B. Stephen. Burial will be in the Sharp cemetery under the direction ol Luginbuel Funeral Home. Mrs. W. K, Bussetl hud M gucsla Mr. nnd Mrs. Curios Unused and Announcements 2*lh Century Clllh The 20th Century Mri. Alict Job* Unc"ln-(Specinl)-'uncral ser ices for Mrs. Alice Jobe who died in Tulsa, Okln., Monday, will he conducted Friday at 2 p.m., at Ihe Presbyterian Church in Lincoln by the Rev. Frank Brewster. Clnh will She is survived by two daugh- lers, Mrs. IJave S.imuel of Philadelphia, J l a., ;tnd Miss Eva Jobe of Tiilsa; two'brotherf, Ed Brown of Lincoln, and Knmk Brown of LOK AnRclcs, Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. K a l h e r i n c Starr and Mrs. Dcna AnnslroiiK of Pea Ridge; two sons, OHie Jobe of Tulsa, and Melvin ,Inbc. Arrangements arc in charge of Ludinbuel Funeral Home of Lincoln. Ut C. Alliup Prairie Grove-(Special)-Lee C. A I l s . i p , 7fi t resident of the Rhea Community for 27 years, died Monday at his home. f u n e r a l services were held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Hhea Church by thc Hev. George West of Prairie Grove, Burial was in the Rhca cemetery under thc direction of Luginbuel Funeral Home, at Lincoln. Survivors are one son, Everett i Allsu Do children and eight great grandchildren. The record for thc longest field goal in thc National Football League is 54 yards kicked by Glenn Prcsncll of Detroit in 1934. Educator Takes Over Top U.S. Propaganda Job Allen Succeeds Gray As Strategy Board Director Washington -. (/Pi - Pr. Raymond Fi. Allen, 41), educator-physician, today starts trying to Ret more steam behind the American "campaign of truth." Allen, u n t i l recently president nf the University of Washington, is t a k i n g over temporarily the post of director of the N a t i o n a l Psychological Strategy Board. This is the White House agency which President Truman set up six months ago to bring into better focus scattered American propaganda efforts in the global tug of war with Communism. Strategy board officials .raid they arc just beginning to work out over-all plans for the State and Defense Departments to use in combatting Moscow's "hate America" campaign. This is Aliens second job with the administration. He served for six months as the first chairman of the Salary Stabilization Board, on leave from the university. In his new post he succeeds Gordon - -- - - - · - - · - · - - - - - - · - - - - - | Gray, who is resuming the presi- ,',' M IT V'° ,n aUS f ' l dcncy of the University of North rothy Nash of Rhea; 10 grand-1 ^j^ a(tc| . K c U i n f , , he Slri)tcgy Board organized and operating. To Serve A Few Months Allen agreed lu serve only a few months as he is due to become chancellor of the University of California at Los Angeles in September. While trying to pull together loose ends of the cold war cam- paign, he may be in the center of a continuing dlipute over a proposal in Congress to remove information and propaganda opera- lions from the State Department and combine them in a single big agency like the former Office of War Information. 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