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-NOtTHWISr ARKANSAS TIMtS, f«x«ntvll»«, ArkcMM, Mdiy, January II, I95J ·IHIIIIIIHIIHWIIHHIMIIIIIIUIIMIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Washington School P.T.A., Study Group Hear Dr. Hall MRS. KATHIEIN DOZIER I I I I H I I I I I I I H I I I t l M I M I I H I I I l i l l l l l l i m i i l i i i i l r l l i l l l l i . . t i l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l i m m i l l l Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . UCT ami A u x i l i a r y , C ' l v i c Uillmtiulis, 7 \Va,slnni;l(in l.oil:c Onr, Ma»nni H u l l , 7:30 "A Snail" 1 ." I;,!! 1 .." Fine Arls T h r n l c r , R nudoll FirkiiMi.v Piano Onrc-rl, Field llniisr, 8 Saturday "A Sparrow Fall?," Fini! A r t s Theater, 8 flnlr-r III Kilinbnw Fur f l i l K . M ir.nnir M a l l . 3 Miss Butler Complimented With Shower Scl altcnilc-rl i).v "I I'.T.A.*- : i - l . Penonals Mm. liny A d H m i Wodncsrii'iy from ;i r e t u r n e d week's visit , ;ip|irnxi- ' .. · I -ly t!S parent.*, was held yes- Pprpnn r) ' O I C I H I i a i nficrn the .«hool in L i t t l e pork with her jistcr, Mrs. Harvey f'onlbs. m i r l i t u r i u m . A Study Orrillp inrrl- I rv« inn, helil ill 1:31) p. in. preccdinc ! m$CUSS6S the «(*»im, f-;iliircil a t a l k by Or. · U«^- 1IIOwChll-rtnAP 1 And Rose Culture Study Croup C h a i r m a n , Mrs, j Mourl McKiniH-y, ;i|ipnmted ;i j Members of t h e Perennial Garr o m i M i l l e i - rnmpnM'd uf Mrs. War- 't\vn C l u b met at t h e home of Mrs. i c n H i n n a l i Mr* H C AVniv ^' ;ic ^ H y l a n d (or a ) o'clock l u n c h Mrs. P a u l ' V o m i t : . Mri. ]Wr nn '^hursday Afternoon with 17 *,« M,, 0 ; i l , n n d Wheeler Mr, j m ffl^ffl P «kav« the monthly Jrin C r u m p l e . - , Mrs. R i iMui r rl .. Whal To Uo; . ,, m i n d l n g mcm . f.rcrr nnd Mrs. K l l i s Shelton. Mil* ! h(1| . s ,| ia , , mw is t n p t | me t n hr | n( , f.- V.MS appointed to prlrrt [ j n forced .shrubs such a? f n r s y t h i a i fioy Hruinficlcl and Ty Reed of : l h e M o u n t a i n Inn le(t ihis morn- I mjc to attend the 45th a n n u a l eon-! Ward vrnlinii nf the Arkansas Hotel As-i Jerry Francis, in Little Rock which IE ; held today and tomorrow. Fricks, who di*H Tuesday after- 1 noon at th« City Hospital w»rt i held this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock ! a t t h e Chester C o m m u n i t y ! Church by tht Rev. L, M. Francis. Burial was In the Chester crmr- tfiry with arrangements in charge of Nelson's Funeral Home. Active pallbearers were Lloyd George Hobbs, Joy R. Hobbs, BH. A l p i p , Edgar Barrow, Henry R a n k i n , John Wakefleld, and Roy Furlow. Mr. and Mrs. Uwifiht Moore w i t h Michael and M i t c h o l l have rot u r n e d from Tulsa. Okla., where they visited w i t h members of Mrs. Mnorn's f a m i l y who were en route f r o m o h j o lo Florldn . Hoslcksps (or the f v e n i n p were Mrs Hill P u t n i n n , Mrs. Terry ; C nnd w i n , Mrs. Get a Id r!i(lj;w;,y, ! ,inrl Mrs. Vmce SMllnun). D u r i n g | I h e Ijusincs/ m e e t i n g , .V'*. .Skill- j man, club president, presided. Hrldgu pi i/.es were won by Mrs. I Jenny ShackHford and M i s . Mrs.' Herbert Thomas and Mr*.; Pierre LO|M;;IUX. Gfime pri/i.- \v;m n t ' , iceejvc'd by Mrt^ .1. K. WeanedKU. buff f t Mod C'ashjnn nnd bridal f h . .. Carolyn Butler, WctincsdK* 1 p f l e r - i noon nt the Thomas home. Miss Butler received a corsaRe topics nf inlerr.st to the p a t e n t s f o l l o w i n g I'M- theme of the year's Mmly. " l i u i l d i n t f H e a l t h y Perpon- iilUies," fnr f o r t h c o m i n g disriiH- Thf regular mr-flinc. b c K i n n i n u at 2:-I. 1 ) p. m., f e a t u r e d a p.'incl discussion hy I wo teachers and I t w n parent*. Mr.*-. ·'· H- Boston »et- | eel m: m o f t r r a l n r , assifilpd by Mrs. j W i l l i a m Crmlc.v. Teachers were I roprescnlcd hy Mrs. Ambrose and j Mr.s. HI inner, sixth and (irsl Riven fnr Miss! r c f r P S ( i m C ntR of coffee nnd ,, · The dining table WHS cenlri with R milk glass bowl filled w i t h AM arrangement of w h i t e chrys- Hnlhcmiinir- nnd carnation*, and flanked by silver bell*, Utid w i t h white satin bow*. Giftfc were received hy the honnrcp. in a wagon drawn hy Mrs. Thomas' grandson, Frank Mcfiehec. The wpridlnjr of Miss Butter to Oliver Wiclterham Gatchell, Jr.. will be an event of Krbruary 5, in the First Presbyterian Church. Law Wives Meet In Student Union The University LHW Wives mel Wednesday nljiht in the Student Union fnr a brief business session followed by hrlriKt nnd Miss -- « from j r,,jCombs Chapel Club The Conihs Chapel Hume Deni- onslrfilion C l u b mel Woflnrsda.y at the home of. Mrs. .Inmt l x Brri- liaUKh f o r a covered Hlsh luncheon. A.I I n'clnrk, the mei'lin^ was enllerl to nrrter by the pccsidrnl, '··ho Ird I h r Kl'tnip in repealing the Lord'* Prayer. There were 1-1 manner.-; prr.iont \ v l l h Mis. Kenn e t h Thlry, Mrs. Clarli McClinton and Mrj. Ed Helms, as quests. During the business meclinji a plan was ciiseuspcd to start the foiind»llon for the new c o m m u n i t y W i l l i s , membership eliriinn;in. announced 100 per- f-ent membership In the P.T,A. f drive. Mrs. Dwijjht Morris, nafe- ly c b i i l m i a n , annnnnertl a f n r l h - roiniiu; safely f i l m tn lie shown lc Ihe parenls .50011, e n t i t l e d Closed JJfink." Itonni count was wun by Mrs. Clinl Jones. Delta Sigma Mothers Review Activities The Delhi Slftimi Mothers Club nii'l Wetinusdav evening at the hnmc of M i s . I l i i t f h Slubbleficld on I la filrrrl. Mrs. Stuhhlefield wn;: fissislod liy Mrs, Karl Land ,md Mrs. Priciv Dirkson, ro-host- and japnnica, and In prune such .shrubs a.s rre|)e myrtle. A paper - was given by Mrs. Webb Williams on *'H»w To Grow Muses In Arkansas," using » p a m - phlet written by Dr. H. R. Rosen, a noted a u t h o r i t y on roses, Mrs. W i l l i a m s mentioned types nf roses .iiiitabl e for t h i s climate, diversity of usr. and type of noil. She ins u i t n h l c (or t h i s climate, diversity pare » new rose bed," and urped everyone lo Krow more roscp, .stiessinK t h e iiUerpsl nf such a hobby. Mrs. W i l l i a m s states t h a i this hobby is not a d i f f i c u l t one, as is the popular opinion. Lt. Iv/.ra Kylle is ex pet-tod lo arrive t o n i g h t by plane In Fort Smith from Fun Lee, Va. Mr*. K y t l c is to meet h i m there and t h r y will .spend a few f l a y s here before he return?, accompanied by bis wife, to Fort Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Marsh M c L a u R h - Honorary pallbearers were John Hobbn, John L. Smith, T. K. Taylor, Cal Smith, Pearcy Bradley, Bert Fiddle, Carl R a n k i n , M a r k Lane, Prrry Arnold, Wallace Gann and Luther G u n n . Movie Operators To Strike In Magnolia Magnolia, Ark.-W)-A s t r i k e of Magnolia motion p i c t u r e machine operators d e m a n d i n g higher wages nnd shorter hours ha* been set for Saturday. J. L .Wilson, business agent for the AFL union, said last night CORRECTION Sliced Peaches, 2"° Con» 55c KROGER West Sid* Squor* Painful cramps of "Monthly Periods" stopped or amazingly rtlicvtd in 1 eul of 4 cat.t in doctors' own Ittti! l e f t this morning for Little n p e r a t o r s a r e working * o l ^ h o u r j wcek f o r ^ 2 5p The u n , n n , s Isk _ Hock, where they w i l l attend thc w a n n u a l convention of the Arkansas Hotel Association today j and tomorrow at the Marion and Sam Peck hotels. j ng a 40 -hour week at $5150. Newcomers Club Has le Bridge And Canasta The Newaimer.f C l u b met yesterday a f t e r n o o n ,it the Women's Civic Club rooms for a bridge and cannsta p a r t y . Hostesses were Marie H a m p t o n , Hester Grace and Helen Ivy. Births Bud R. DunnaRan, son nf Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Dunnagan of Prai- | Mr 1B- Mri . Charlei Rex Hot* rie Grove, has been promoted Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rex Hood f r o m corpnral to K c a n t Dunnagan .Japan Logistical tinned at Camp hama, Japan. sergeant. Ser- o f nyetteville unnounce the birth is with the O f » rliufhtp.r, January 10, at the Command. «U- County Hospital. McGill, Yoka- Obituary DiiriiiK the business hour a r o u n d - t a b l e discuKsinn was held house. The d e v o t i o n a l wwn R i v e n | conrcrnin« Jhn H r t i v i t i r s of t h e by Mrs. W. K. Dill niul the pnnn 11 111 ^ 1 r ^7 11 ,'.'...'!. WBS ' ollowcd by nf the month WHS jiven by M r s . ; ' ' /j. 0 ' Karl Oburn. Mrs. H i l l y W i l c « i x i h v ^ Rave the p a i n t i i i R of the month, j d^ut, fmm a table covered w i t h a Mr.s. K e n n e t h Thiry received the | 1 f i m j worked linc-n c l n t h , nnd een- myslcry pockiiftc and giiine prizcj-'j tered w t l h :i .-iilvor bnwl nf pink were won by Mm. Karl Limey; and w h i t e and Mrs. Rnyd Porter, The jaeh- Thr winner nf Ihe eana.sla prixe f Harold L** Ro* was Mary Ann Henncberprr, VI- ' n i t a H a l l and I t t n e M e n d r i e k s wnn j the bridge prize. Thirty-six at tended. Savoy H.D. Club Has All-Day Meeting The S»vny Home D e m n n M r a t i n n iorvrtl to Hi mcmhci-sl c l u b ." m c l Wednesday M the Com- irrsi- n i u n i t y Buildj.p£ with Mrs. Frances L u t h e r as h*° st css. I D u r i n R t h e morning, the x roi 'P n ^ a ' i f ' P d and not question WHS answered hy Mrs. L»nry, Mrs. Cecil Karnir nnri Mrs. Thiry. The next meeting w i l l be nt the home of Mrs. Gnrnrtt I.ancy on KchruHry J3. h r y s a n t h c m u m s and sweet, peas, f tanked by uilver candle holders. WASHINGTON COUNTY YOUTH FOR CHRIST SECOND ANNIVERSARY RALLY . Saturday, Jan. 12 7:30P.M.UirkBowl Rtv. "Bill" Dowtll from Springfield, Mo., pastor of tht largiit soul- winning church in the Mid- wftst with the largest Sunday School in Missouri, will be tht speaker. SPECIAL MUSIC FROM SMINGFIILD, MO. Hit hard Gr»«r, Song Liadtr Mttting at Uark Bowl on W. Dickson St. EVtftYONI INVITED Mrs. McClinton Entertains O.E.S. The O.K.S. Sociitl Club met last night in the hnmc of Mrs. Marie MnCliiUon. Twenty - eishl mcm- i hers and five guests were present. j Mrs. .lorry Smith, president, pre! sided. I Knr the snctal hour. Barnes were i pljtycd. Alrj. iUtby ,'lurtson 'von j the surprise package, and Miss i Zctla Dever won t h e door ph/.c. j Rcfrushments were served by the hostess and the 1 co-hoj.tcss.es, Mrs. flencvfl Cherry. Mrt, V i r g i n i a Pi'iekelt and Mrs. Monica Page. The Kebruary meet inn w i l l be held in the A r k a n s a s Western Gas Company h o s p i t a l i t y room. Mrs. .1. A. Adams has had as j her guests her sun, Jimmy Adams f Monliccllu. Ark., and son-ir- j law and daunliter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harold .Parker of I . f l M c Hock. Neat »nd Smurlly Slyltd H«lr- cult and Good Cltan Shavts HAIRCUTS ONLY 50c WHITE'S BARBER SHOP 40S W. DICKSON at noon a covered dish luncheon R o g e r s -(Special)- Graveside services will be held S a t u r d a y a f - ernoon at 2:.10 o'clot'k for Harold Lee Roe, seven-week-old son of Mr. and Mrs. W i l l i a m Hoc, Jr., who died in Bates M e m o r i a l Hosp i t a l in JJcnlonvillc. T! e Rev. C. ,". Mowrer will conduct the services. Burns Funeral Home is in charge of the f u n e r a l arrangements. The baby is survived by its par- cuts, a sister, Glcmht Sue, ;.m! the Mr. and Mn. Alvln Ferfitxon Mr. itnri Mrs. Alvin Ferguson of Fayettevllle, iinnoune* the birth of a daughter, January 10, It the County Hospital. · Women and girls who suffer from those functionally-caused ct-anipB. backaches And headaches uf menJitruation ·-- who feel upset and irriuble on t:er- Iftln "particular days" -- m a y o f t e n b e s u f f e r i n g quite unnecessarily! Such is the conclusion from test* by doctors in which Lydia E. Pinfcham's VeRftable Compound Rave complete or sinking relief from Auch distress in 3 out of « of the cues tested! Yti! MedlcMl evidence thnwi Lvdla Plnklum't ttioroiiRhlT modvin In i f i i o n , H axerts ' nn I h p uiprus -- without the Tllft fiflecUvfiiess of Lydlti P i n k l i H i n ' s jippds no proof to t h n rnllllnns of wnnirn inri girls whom it hn.i b c n « n t « d . Hilt how fltlOlll yotl. ] 00 VQH know what li may do for ]ou? T a k f . L y d J a P l n k h a m ' s t h r o t i K l i lh« monih. Si-e if j/nn d n n ' t pr|. i h c name relief from thr pmlns itnd wcaknent o£ "ilinsc clflys"! Sec 1C TOU rtnu't feel biitur before and during j o u r period! Get either Lydia P l n k h u m ' i C n i n p u u u d , or uric, improved Tablets, with idded Iron! If yoii're troubled willi "hot dlslrrBs n[ " r h n n g e of life"-you'll find I,ydla pinklwm't w D n d f r f u l for that, too! · finkham hmi t quiffnif e f f t c t on'tht littrint tontrtf- tinns i*ft efifrt} \rliichoftrnctui9 menttruel paint Mr, and Nn. Charlie H»rviion Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Harvison of Marble, announce the birth of 8 daughter, January 10, at the County Hospital. G r a n d p a r e n t s , Mr. and Mis. William Hoc nf Rojiei.. a n d Mr. . r.d Mrs. John A. Morriron f Gar. field, was served. Mrs. fjilecn ,Ia?kson, the new president, presided at the b u s i - j ness meeting which convex t h a t a f t e r n o o n at 2 o'clock. M Clenrva Lynch the devotional The. Krnun voted lo send .,,,. ,, In t h e March of Dimes, nnd names| ^ hu ^ : . 1l 'L K.. M^ °°"D!.^^ were drawn for secret pals for the "" Mrl. Jitsii May Finchtr Funcrjt! service for Mrs. Jesse Mm Consumes Birrel of BAKING SODA Ont man told us h« took baking .iodi (or years. Cluims hi has ustd over Ji barrel of it In: stomach fias, but got only temporary relier. Recently he quit the soda habit and took CERTA-VIN. This new medicine is bringing REAL, I»st- 'nj relief to many Kayetteville cas \-ictims because it is taken BEFORE (not a f t e r ) meals and thus works with your food. It helps digest your meals taster, so your food doesn't lay there and frr- ment Besides r c l i c m s gas, CER- May Kincher, fiO, who died Jan- was in charre o f ' uat *' 8 in her home in the Black spi-vlpp I O a k c o m m u n i t y , was conducted! TA-VIN also ronUins Herbs w i t h flcmoon in the Strain j V i t a m i n B-l and Iron to enrich your blood and make your nerves cr, assisted by the Rev. Howard) stronger. Wetk, misrr«ble peoplt year. Mrs. Parlier Thompson won the mvstery paeka^e. The meel- Pritchard, Burial was parkas liiR was adjourned S t r a i n cemetery under the direc- the soon feel different all over. So a f t e r s i n g i n c t ' ' o n n ' M°° rc ' s Funeral Chapel. Pallbearers were C. C. Fletcher, John Smith. Ray Parker, Ed Kineher. Lee Lawson, and Charles McClcllnnd. "Blessed Be The Tie That Hinds."| Big Springs H.D. Club Receives Year Book Mrs. K. C. B a k e r was hostess tn the Rig Springs Home Demons t r a t i o n Club Tuesday nt her honip. The roll rail wnj« answered 1 by giving "a recipe I would l i k c j a t the Brentwnori to have. 11 Church by the Rev. don't go on s u f f P r i n «. Get CERTA-VIN--Clinehen's Fsyettf- ville Drus Store. --adv. ANNOUNCING SPAGHETTI DINNER AT WESLEY HALL SPONSORED BY WESLEY FOUNDATION Proctcdi for building program of tht CENTRAL METHODIST CHURCH S A T U R D A Y JANUARY 12th-6:30-8:00 P.M. Entertainment for the Whole Family All You Can Eat for $1.00 Children's tickets 50c ^ Come and Bring Your Friends Ticktft on sal* of Central Methodist Church Office - r.-?ftK^ Hobion Henry Hughtt Funeral services for Mobson Henry Hughes, 53, who died yesterday | morning at the City Hospital fot- , l o w i n g a short illness, w i l l be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock Community Floyd W . ' Mrs. Weaver, president, save a j Parker. preview of the year's work and I B u r i a l will be in the Brcntwood prej-enled the year bunk she has| cemetery under t h n direction of ·cccntly completed, to Ihe club. A c o n t r i b u t i o n of $1 was made to t h e 4 - I I fihl's clubhouse. Refreshments of iVouchnuts nnd coffee were served during t h e social hour. , Announcements · Your first choice for quality and convenience is a genuine Deepfreeze Home Freeze* PllCIt ICGIN AT n y«im H'. kulH f«Mli M if YHTI ol tonv«ni«nc« «nd tttllfictlon with a Q«nuln« O»plrMz Horn* FrMKr. t« l« yaur 4 P«yi f«t iluK in lavlnji k«ciiu» you ku (·odi In quantify «l 10% la 75% i.vln,.. You cm t«olly lakt Wvantof* of "mirlitl ,p«lali" l»l it lv»ry e«nvtnl«nc« you could w«m, nwny ·- cluilvo whh D»ffnttol Choo.o HM rl«M OKI for your fomlly from kMtrtfful 7, It, 17 «n4 21 cv. fl. mMMil ' Th*r*'f only on* g*nwm« D**pfra«B« Hanw frM CY CARNEY APPLIANCE CO. "Depend OH Us for Service' 1 South SicU Squart Phont 1728 Orrirr Of Rainbow For Girli The Order of R a i n b o w For Girls will hold i n s t a l l a t i o n of officers in the Masonic H a l l tomorrow nishl at H o'clock. The installation will be open to the public. Children's Story Hour Children arc invited tn hear i stories told by Miss Barbara Ren- j nett tomorrow at 10:30 a. m. at j the City Library, during Chit- 1 j drcns Story Hour. I Nelson's Funeral Home. Ellis Jo« Fricks j Funeral services for Ellis ,Inc ; A Three Days' Cough Is Your Danger Signal Creomulsion relieves promptly btonse it foes right to the scat of the trouble to help loosen and expel gtrm Udeo phlegm «nd lid nature to icothe. »nd heal raw. tender, inflamed bronchial membranes. Guaranteed to please you or money refunded. Creomulsion hn Hood the test of millions of users. CREOMUITSION Special Purchase! S p e c i a l Sale! DISCONTINUED MODELS 'il\ ·% of the Fomous Formerly $2.25 to $3.25 NOW $1.59 one C *"SES*r75-WITH POWER TO ANNOUNOJWNT IN NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES LYLE BRYAN MOTOR CO. 2M N*. ll*ck Here's your chanct to dress your chfrubs for drtarm in the quality sleeper Nitty Nitf -- at a big saving. This is the sleepar with the-10 famous features: if fur-soft l fur-warm pure cotton fabric. ·^·Important scams arc nine-thread sewn. if every point of strain is reinforced, if warm sweater-cuff h u p wrists; dives 4-inch adjustable slcevc-lenRlh. if exclusive "bootef" foot, double sole for w a r m t h , wear. if full-cut seal and "1-help-mysclf" closings. if Grippor fasteners end button problems. ·^comfortable neckline assures needed protection. if eauy to wash--hold shape and f i t . if generous sixes, in gay sudfast songbird color?: pink, blue, yellow, green. 2-pc. Model Sizes 00-0-1-2-3-4 Now 3-pc. Set Sizes 0-1-2-3-4 Now $1.59 $2.48 ORDER NOW . . . WHILE ALL COLORS AND SIZES ARE AVAILABLE . . . CHARGE YOURS OR USE OUR LAY AWAY IAIYIAND - BASEMENT

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