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2 NOtTHWtST AKKANSAS TIMH, f«y«1«vlH« r Arkemtn, Monday, jonunry 14, 19S7 MIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIHWIIIIIIIIIIIXIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillllllllllllllllllllllllli jTwo Professional Musicians Living Here To Take Part In Mozart Festival MRS. KATHIIIN DOZIIR ·iMiiiwiiiiiMiiiiMiMHiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiimi Tw* t'ip-r;i!ikinc pmfr;..--inn.-tl ' ;m): i r i a n s now rriiriinE in Fav- % * i /··· ,.!t.-vi!l' vvi kr p a r t in |i),. M II11 llCW.S-Ll'LI 111 Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . U n i v e r s i t y T r a i m n t Srhnni r.T.A, Dmnrr, K a c u l l y (Jluhiunms. 5:30 B.P.V.'.C.. KciruM'n's (Jafctma, 0:30 HI S; C l i i l ) . CIlllT'ioni. 7 W a i ' - i n t t o n l-nilcc One. M J V J I I I C H a l l , 7:30 Grr.-it Rooks Gniup. Mrs. Delta! 1 } Swait/.. 7.30 Tuesday , . . City C m i i H i i P.T.A.. hMiol A d i m m M i a l m n Bmhdns. ii.311 a. in. planner! Purcmhftnr! A ' s n c i a t i n n . C i t y H o s p i t a l . 10 n. m. XIW.-MH.'. f l u b . W a s h i n g t o n Hotel. 12 Ji Bi'-a F'hi M o l h f r s Club Mrs. S. (.'. D r l h n c c i . 1:20 JJcltrt Gamma Mothers Club. K c i s u s u n ' s , 1 :.1(l Delta (Jainma M n t h r r s f l u b . Krrsusnns. 1:30 Qirrcnt Book Hex-lew. Mr.'. F a l l o w Burl. 2:3(1 \fashincton County Historical Snciciy Dinner, \ W h n m i S.Uh IJrli Clnl). SUB Cnle, 7 Naval HcH-ne Composite U n i t , Kason R u l t d i n i , 7 Ordif «( Rainbow For Girls. Masonic H a l l . 7 fiiib !3rh Moihcrs Club, Mrs. R. K. Bent. 7 SJIGth M i l i t u r y Government Group, 112'j West Center. 4-A.V., Lesion H u t . 7:30 V.F.W. A u x i l i a r y . Civic Clubn.om, 7:30 nScbekah Loiter, IOOF, H n l l , B Zcla Tall A l p h a Alumnae, Mrs. George H. Slimrt. K |~ri Delta Sorority Dance IJHeld At Student Union iA furmal Haute.'given by m e m - , Chapemm-s and house m u l h c r s Mrs of Tri Delta sorority, v.-afj were, entertained at a . intcTinu- hild Saturday e v e n i n g at 8:30 n ' - j s i o n party at 10 o'clock in the efock In t h e ' s t u d e n t Union B a l l - ' nine '(nom. Tho refr«l:inont Inhli.- riom w i t h Miss Anna Belle W h i t e , ! was covered w i t h a w h i t e Hitin fielal i-hairmsn in chaise ol n r - l c l o i h over which was drii.-i-d blue i-lngrmcnls. Music wns provided j nylon net. Blue carnations u n i t hi- Forrest Waaon and his o r - . silver baby breath were arranger! c6«fra from Joplln, Mo. i in two silver bim-ls, placed w i t h jTheme for riecoratiuns was "Blue Chpmpacne." chrried out in lUvcr R l i t t e r and blue colors. A Irfl'Ee c h n m p a a n e class w i t h blue bubble balloons ornamented the hlndjtand anrl m i r r o r decorations xuere painting* of th? leader and men in the orchestra. , - , . ... u r u i i n lln the leccivliiR line «ere M,.«i M '« , W h c c l c r aml *'" s Wh " C J^lhciine Wheeler, president, n i l l | B C n M ' ' T ._ Oiolldge, Mrs. Harry Wilson.! hbusemolhcr, Mls. While. Bill j LI I") ( " | l l h / v W t ItlOS Hrarj-.. Mrs. Joe Bates, and M i s s ; ' 1 ' , , Y-W * i Jeanncttc Scudder, dean of worn-! Scheduled I H I S Week !'·' chr.rnbr-r n : u i f p r ' i ^ i r u n ',( I h e ·- Told C'onr'Mt H . i l j ;it B p. i n , S a t u r d n v . C ! : . i M i h ! mu.-it 1 .--(··'·MIS tin' i(irv;l rnu.-ir f " i m l - i Sue df l '»(i, v j f i l i n i f - l . .'ind I'l i r c i i i f i Person. f t l i s t . A l t h f d i c h llwy liave both pbyed w i t h '.'tin r i,! t h r - n;itinn'. ; Irndin;: v.-M-.jitmhV nrrh'-lur:, llif.v pn-ff.T · j '(i r-r,r.'.-lii/r \ V l t h ;i srr,;i!i music · j r M ' f . ' n l i i r Thf-y c r i m e 1" F# j v i l l f - f f f u n Ni-\v York la-a Miiinnni 1 ! an'J I m u p h r ;\ b i l M n p homf w i t h -i i e n r ' i r n . p l n n n i n c to f ^ t Miss Broylcs Is Wed To Sergeant Pope | t'.iini;i\z:ni\ ~ ( S p e , r - ! u h - Mr. and · M;s. H u m c r Hrt»y!i.v announce t h e marriage* nf t h e i r d;i B a n t e r , Mi.-s 1 Alice Merler.r H n i y l r s f S S~t. H n y Pope, M-n « i f Mr. id M i . . C. .1. Po|H- nf liHi'.i'ry.'ield, C ' d l i f . The v/( dnm;i ir:erv.ijiiy w;ts M · Sigma Chis j Entertain At Winter Formal Highland H.D. Club 'Meels Wittr Mrs. Tefer n;U' ii- iri f » n p hJu* a f p i a r t f I r^ust ! f : i i r i V loiij; pci jfif) nf t i n i O In a t : ;-'in p T f p c t u n i t y br-frn't* y l a r l i n t ; "n .i c ' u i c t r t lour, It:*- t w » mur.i- 1 · f i i j i - point (nji. It \v(»uld i) 1 ? rapic-r in l i v e t h r o u g h (h;it inrninp-lrvs \ prnoH nf p r . i r l i r r r ' u i i r v v h r r r n u f ' · idr N'(-\\' Y i u k , v/ln-rr I h r - y cmiUI ; irnv.v ;· ;!Hiden. tlir-v f r i t . V/hilo ^^^^^^^^^--.^^^^^^^^^^ i t h r i r p l f i i i F '.vrrc s ' i l l i n t h o n i a k - ' ^^^^^^^^^*v*^^^^^^^* inc. ih-v p;,,*^ i h r n i i B h N m t h - ' . Mr. .-·nj) Mrs. J. F. M a t t h e w s of · u - f t \ i - u - i . - . - -r i- i n n rr - SpniifiHidc announce t h e cncaRp- , .'M.,,1 , .1.. t i i in c - i i n- n^pt ; i n f j appi-ojifhinj* in;irriacc ; - r r : onc;.ficinuit. U-MC rnchau'.-d O f i h c i r d h u a h l c r . Betty May Mat: hy t i r O / n r h M n - j n t H i n : . n t u i im- ihcws. \v W i l l i a m A. Crum. .son nf = ; mediately r h n t p thr *'pnt fnr t h e i r Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Crum nf John- : ? n n . Mis?; M n l t h c w s is a senior in t h e R p r i n R d n l o H i c t i Sf.'honl a IK! · L'rutn is a grariUfiU* of ihr U n i v p r - ;;jty His'n School in Fnyc'Ucvilio. | lie is now r c r v i n R as a i r m a n aboard t h p USS C f i r r i r r Rihonry. The wcddine is planned for early, summer ami dale will be a n , nnunccrl later. s i h c r and blue candles mi the iable. N!r.«. Pnrtcr Snrrcls. Pi K » p pa A l p h a housemother, and M i s . W. \V. ScrnRRin, Sicmn Chi hnusu- mother, piesidcd ;it I h t table. Preceding the tinner. » des.-ert party was R i v e n fnr mf.-mhers ^iul lhcii d a t e s in t h e d i n p t e r liouso. "Hot Rashes" Stopped ·r strikingly r*ll«vMl tfl*»-M%**f C«M* tH rfMtftfft'tMH · If you're miertblf from thr "hot (lubes," »nd »ccomp»nylnf irrltuble, «sl1*s fwlinrs ol ' r ch»n«e of \\tf"-- you miy be .-ufferin* unnece«wrllyi 'For...(»i tttti by docfon...Lytltft Pinkliam's Compound and TubleU broughtrtllel (romi-uchfunctioniilly- sptcttvcly ( of t hf »'omfn teswd I Complete or striking relief! Tt»! Rfimrch h»» prortd th^w m»d« Iclnft tftOTOuyhly modtrn In nrflcn . . . hn thown you wh^rc to look lor relief Irom thwtt dlBireiiini. nfnoui. -"oyt of »oru" frellniti of mid-lift* "rh»ni§'1 Bo-.-cct Lydi» E. Piokh»m'i Vwublt Compound--«r nt". improvfd T»olM*, With iddPt) iron I I Wondrrful. f»o, fnr tHt 1l »rt« thr««ch · »·*·»» ·JMpAlhrik HrftMM tj*irm |« f«-lt»t« tfdltNM »f ItaM Home D p m o n s U a l i o n Clubs w i l l meet t h i n week as follows: Mnn- cluy, O f f i c e r s t r a i n i n g mct-'liiiK. H o K p i t f t l l t y Hn»rn5, A r k a n s a s Western Gas fompimy, It.'lO p.m.; Tuesday, Miirrou-, Mrs. Kddic Morris, 1:30 p.m.. Victory, Civic Club Rooms. Bethel Grove, Comm u n i t y Hoii5C, 11 a.m. Oak Grnve church, noon, Hrush Creek, Mrs. Harvey, 1:30 p.m. Home M a k e r , Mrs. Mnrjorle McLfon, ":30 p.m. \Vcdncsdny. nhcii, Mrs. Rella Pfl.ilcy, 2 p.m., Salem. C o m m u n i t y House, all day, Mt. U n i o n ; Tliur*- ridy, Hrndcn, Mrs. J. C. G i l h i m l h , Stony Valley. Mrs. Marine S w o j ) - , j noon, Braty; Friday, Kim Springs, i Sonora, Nirs. Jake Cook, 1:30 I p.m.; Home Lovers Mrs. Doyle Rei'd, Apple nlnssom, Mrs. C. T. ' M a r s h a l l , 2 p.m.. Rut'kner, Mrs. CJ. A. Lawson, 1:SO p i n . : Miss Pursnn h;is hcr-n leatrhini.* j t f i l n .'it t h e I j ' n i v e r M t v . A n a i i v r of Chicacn. : : hf has playr-d v.-iih ihe P i t t s b i i r K h Symphony ;inH t h e : Snn A n t n n i o Symphony. She VCHF : asRJsl.'int cellist w i t h 'he Kansas C i l v j ' h i l h i i r m - m i r a n d the- Chi, cayfi Wdmen's S v i n n h o n y . In ('m'- ! rac", : ; lif v.-as lirurd ;*5 MI!" cellipt w i t h t h e Civic Orchestra. Tnuririk K u r n p c fnr the U.S.O. and pi,iv! in;; w i t h thp Met?: Quart' 1 ! in Nru 1 i York and ("hirafid arc nMicr m u s i cal r-xperirnrf 1 ^ in Mi": P^rsnn'y ; h a r h f i r n u n r i . Kdr .1 y r a r she t n u r i h t n t K n c i x f'nllrK' 1 and was ;i mrni- . her nl t h e f.icniiv t i in. ! Mi^ P.-irsfin ^ t t f n r i r d both t h e i A i n r r t r n n Crn;.rrv.i(nry of M u s i c · a n d N n i i h w CM r i ii U n i v o r s i : ly. A i n n n » hrr cello tr.-irhcrs v.'cr,? I !hn imlcd rmuTrt r c l l i ^ t . Ivtmund : K i i r l / . raid Frank M i l l t - r . f i r s ! rrll- | 1st of t h e N'.H.C. Symphony u n d e r T f i f r a n i n i . Mir.;; Crcrn, who JUIK a maslcr'.s decree from t h e C i n c i n n a t i C'nn- .irrvntory nf Music, studied v i n l i n ; in N r w Ynrk w i t h Hans LoU and i Kdounrrl nctliinr at J u i l t a i d , and ] \ v i t h I h c I n l c .lacctues G u r d n n «f thr Gordon Qiwrlul. Shr ;ibn studied c u n d u c t i n c w i t h A n t n n i a Hrisco, coiiductnr of the Nrw Ynrk Women's Symphony, and chamber music w i t h OUn ller(7 v Han? Let?, and tin 1 l a t e J u l i u s P r r n v c r , former conductor of t h e B u r l m P h i l - h a r m o n i c . Miss Green's experience with symphony orchestras i n c l u d e a pe- rim.i »s a.-.i:-tJtnt conccrtnirtSter of _ihe San A n t o n i o S y i n ; m n n y , ;iti(i ' ;md ;.iie li;ts played u i t h Die N'a- ' '.innal Symphony of W a s h i t i K t o n . · D. C.. under H.-JW K i n d l e r . She toured Europe \vilh H piano t r i o for t h t - U.S.O. M i r s Green is, · f o u n d e r and first v i o l i n i s t of t h e : Met? Q u a r t e t , v.'hich N named for ' a m i l sir benefactor in t h e Ka---t. She formerly was hear! of the vio- · t i n riepi'i'tmrnt at t h e U n i v e r s i t y . o f Geoi-Ria, and h,^ l;uia!-.t a t ^ o ! ;M the New Yui k Colk-^c of Music · and in C a l i f o r n i a . ' Mr am! Mrs. Cy C n r n c y . Kr.. ; h?!"t y e s t e r d a y in siitcnrl the mee!- !in^ "f B u t a n e dealer 1 ; beinc held : i n I . i l l l o Rbck. They will r e t u r n i Wednesday. American con.su! on Dpcember 21. The couple traveler! bark to Johnson Air Base lor a rerond ceremony by t h e c h a p l a i n of t h e base. A f t e r .t wcck'.s v.uvit'.Dn t r i p they flic at home in N«j»nya. \vherc Sergeant Pope is stationed w i t h t h e U.S. Air Force. Mi;;. Pfjjc w a s - f o r m e r l y cr - ployed by ihe Shre^-cporl, La., rchoo! .system before she enlisted us n c i v i l i a n empl';.c in !he Air Force education program. Mrs. Cafe Entertains Ladies Aid At Luncheon Mrs. Omar Gate entertained t h e W a l n u t Grove Ladies Aid I n s t week n t t i e r hc-'ne with n envoicd d i s h : lunchecn. There were I! members, Mrs. Russell Talc was in charge j nf the pi oRi'flm. The scripture i r e a d i n g was g i v r n by Mi-?. G l e n ] Giles, follnwed by donations m a d e 1 to 'the M a r c h of Dimes and for flowers lo vend to t h e Mrk. Poems were given by Mrs. Kenneth Crimes, Mrs. P n u l Giles, and Mrs. Kouf-e. Mrs. Clyde Game? received the mystery package- and Ramc prizes; were Won by Mrs. Clyde Carnes, and Mrs. Shnfcr. \ The February p r u j j i a m will be. in 'ch.'n'Kr "f Mrs. K e n n e t h Carnes', and w i l l be held the second t Wrdner-dny nf the m o n t h at t h e : home of Mrs. Clyde Carnes. , Sism;i Chis held a f o r m a l l i d n r c - i F r i d a y n i g h t from Jl:3» to 11:30' n'rlofk i n the S t u d e n t U n i o n b h l l - . room. 1 A w i n t e r inn'.if V.MF carried out . in decorations \viih j-nnv/ jTfMie?. i d r i f t s of snov/ in 'hv comer" of ' the loom, and laloo.i .sciitterei! a b n u t . and f o r m i n g t h e entrance to t h e Those in the receiving line were. Bob Newell, counsel, Miss H e t t y , Burt, Quinion Cone, social c h a i r - ' man, Miss Pal Chandler, and Mrs. . \^. W. Scrofisins. house mother. 1 An intermission party fnr the chaperoncs, composed of F a y e t t e : I villc parents, a l u m n i , faculty, a n d ! j hou.'O mothers, was given at H i - I ^hli'ind Home Dcin-m.-tr.'i- s i n E i n s npr-iird ihe m e c i j t m , l ( 'd by Mrs. El/.ic T J i u r m a n . Mi.«. O. K. Tucker p.i 1 . c 1 '- r * dcvntifii;;.!. Mrs. ttlaine H i l l rii.:cu.-rd ti.e piclurc of ihe i R ' u i l h and Mi:? MUJ.V lJi)J:ei. a.vsislHnt county .·tfieiit. gave- a f i e m n n ^ t r a t i u n on covcrin.2 himp ;.lKidtv. Leadci.s for '.he coming ye;ir \\ ci e *i]jpoinlef! loan choft for Iho yick to be used in the cominum'.y. D n r i n R t h r rr i - r r h t i n n hour, games \vere p l a y e d under the ui- rection of ^Irs. W a y n e Smith. I Mrs. Georsc B. Stuart 106 Forrest I A v e n u e . ; Central Methodist j F r i m d l y Bible Class i Mr.--. M v r t l c H a n n a will be h o s t - ' r;.- to the V.'omens Friendly R i h ! e ~ .Class \Vctinesriay at 2 p. m.. at - t h e home of Mrs. Jack Roberts, : 524 Shady Avenue. Washington County Hisloriral Society Dinner T;-f Wnsiiin^tcn County Historical Soricly - w i l l have a dinner l i i c c ' n n ^ tnniorrnw m?,M flt 6:?-0 r.'clock at t h e Washington Hotel, Tickets may he purchased at the door. On the ocean bottoms a r c ' m o r e t h a n JOO.CiOO rnilcs of inicrna- t i f i n a l c o m m u n i c a i i o n cables, ! nidc-tl at the refreshment table. Mack lidball Auxiliary Entertains Veterans Members of the Jack Tidba!!; A u x i l i a r y of the Veterans of Fnr- ; eign Wars 6*f Faycucvillc. e n t e r - j tained paiicnts at t h e V e t e r a n s ' Hospital Saturday n i g h t , at which time thr usual games were p l a y e d . . Those in charge of the e n t e r - ' f a i n m e n t were Mrs. A l l i e Osburn, Mrs. Lyriia TrnllinRer, Mrs. Para- lay H o l l a n d , Mrs. Nora May Ward and Mrs. Lillie M. Courtney. ; Announcements · ! Siih I)rh Mothers Club ! The -Sub Deo M n i h t r s C i u u v:i!l I inert tomorrov/ n i g h t at 7 o'clock ; a! the homo nf .Mrs. ii.' K. Kent, ; H i g h l a n d and Prospect Streets. Tri Delta Alliance The Tn Delta Alliance w i l l hold ;i 1) u s i r. e s s moelins t:t 2:30 p.m. Wednesdny at t h e i i u m o nf Mrs. A l l a n Dowcll. Green Acres. Members are asked lo notice th? change in m e e t i n g pljtco. Personals .lame. 1 ; H. lUuscr. Jr., a i r m a n , ) HQ H i d i h Air Ba^e Wins. J a p a n , 1 v - 3s recent ly promoted t' the Ri-aric of c o r p o r a l . - C o r p o r a l Hau- ; fcr is Ihe sin of Mr?. B. J. Arbon j of K a y e t l e v i i i e , and is i h c mcUical t e c h n i c i a n w i t h the base dispensary. Mi*. E'.la H. Hurst ha.i returned i In h e r w o r k in t h e U n i v e r s i t y I housinc o f f i c e s f l e r jpcnriine a | \-ac;ilion in ( " f i h f o r n i R w i t h her son-in-l.-uv and ( b u R n l c r . Mr. antl Mrs. O. C. Monroe, and in Uttlc! nock with her s o n - i n - l a w and rtaiiRhtcr, M i . and Mrs. George ,M. Tov.-. If Your Stomach Is Like a GAS Factory! j When you cat a meal and i t ; t u r n s right i n t o gas. it's a si£n y n u r food is not digesting: q u i c k l y · enough. It just lays there and fcr- j mcnt?. Sn you are in misery w i t h pas for hour? a f t e r w a r d . Many Fayctlevillo people sisoH to foci t h a i way before they col CER- TA-V1N. This new medicine di- Rcsis food faster and better. Taken before meals it works w i t h y o u r food. Gas pains go! Inches of bloat vanish! Contains V i t a m i n B-I w i t h Iron lo give pep and make nerves stronger. Miserable people j-'oon feel d i f f e r e n t all over. So don't 20 m t s u f f c r i n c . Get C E R T A - V I N -- Clinehcn's F a y e t t e v i l l e D r u g Store. Current Rook Croup The C u r r e n t Book G r o u p v.-jll meet tomorrow Hi 2:!JU p. ni. w i t h ."!·». K a r l i r u * H u r t . Mi.-. Eti I Iced v.'il! rc.icv,* t h e Iiook, "Tiiu President's D a u g h l c i , " b y ' l i v i n g Stone. I'i Mela Phi 3!othcrs C l u b Pi Beta Phi Mothers C l u b w i l l meet tomorrow at l:3d p. m. w i t h Mi5. S. C. Dclliniicr. Mr/. Po'-'-rll Flhca will be cn-hoslc.-3. Xrla Tau A l p h a A l u m n a e Xela Tau A l p h a A l u m n a e w i l l m rr t i nm orro \v at R p. m.. w i t h Sound Business Training Courses Enroll t o d a y . In just a few short months be confident!/ prepared for a job with a good future. Fayetteviile Business College "The School You'll tik«" 303 W. Dickion' Phon« (3 NORMA SPECIALIZES IN PERMANENTS AND f^-*, HAIR SHAPING T * GOOD C R K A M OH, M A C H I N E ... S3.50 COLD WAVES SS.OO . . . . G u a r a n t e e d Work E V E N I N G A P P O I N T M E N T S NORMA'S BEAUTY SHOPPE 121 W. MOUNTAIN PHONE 323 First Sale Ever All Playtex Girdles Reduced! Playttx Girdles are tht world's largtlt-ulling girdles at their regular prices -The world's biggest gridle news at these F I R S T - T I M E - E V E R - S A L E prices, Playtex Living Girdles Were 3.95 to 5.95 Now 3.50 to 4.50 Playtex Pink-Ice Girdles Were 4.95 to 6.95 Now 3.95 to 5.50 Playtex Fab-Lined Girdles Were 5.95 to 7.95 Now 4.95 to 6.95 Playtex While Magic Girdles Were 5.95 to 7.95 Now 4.95 to 6.95 All rcductd for this Ntvtr Before Sole LANE CEDAR CHESTS GREY WALNUT. Reg. 69.95 for MAHOGANY HI- BOY. Reg. 96.00 MAHOGANY BOY. Reg. 89.50 MAPLE. Reg. 69.95 for BLONDE. Reg. 59.95 for $54.95 $39.95 DOWN DM/VMS LANE CHESTS LEWIS BROS. 4 CO., Inc. OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 8 P.M. PHONE 21 January Cotton Dress Sale SPECIAL PURCHASE--NEW SPRING STYLES MANY 2.79, 2.98 DRESSES FROM REGULAR STOCK Wathablt 30-Jijuare pcrcalei £,\J\J Mlisci' and iroraen'j liztl V/id« ityl« choici--easy-lo-ilip-inlo coat slylei, zip-front!, ihirlwoitts. Wide p o l l f r n clioice--gay colorfait ploidi, checki, fleroh, gtometrics. Sweetheart, iquort, V-nnklinai. Many *ith pretty fact-framing rufflei. Trie trims? Generous white orjontfr; .pique louchei. Gay piping, noveltieu Bin handy pockets; full ilcirtij ortrae*. live buckio belts, novelty belli. Hurry in. tuy all your needs now ·*! this special low price ol Wards. ·

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