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January 17, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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2---.NORTHWHT AIKANSAI TIMIt, PiytfMvillt, ArhcitMt, Thuridoy, January 17, 1953 Mtliyr.llMllllMIWIIIIIIIMIIIXIIIIIIIIIIHMIIIMIIIIHIIIMMIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII m Society, MRS. KATHLIIN DOZIIR UIIHIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIlllllMlllllllliilillllllllM/liiilMIIHIIIIIHIMHMMIIHIIIII Daily Calendar of Events *Taili£ht . . . Lcvei-m'School P.T.A.. Nickel Supper, School C a f e t e r i a , ,1:3(1 WcM'idc I'.'I'.A. Supper. 3:.10 U m w i M t y Cily f . ' h i i p t o r O E.S.. Masonic l l a l l . 7;.'IO /\.'iicncii:i Lesion Auxiliary, i.rjlnn Hill, 7:.10 Beta SiiMiM I In, C i v i c Clubrnoms, 7:.?n · Pul::i: Lei-Hue, "linmia I n The American ThMltr." Arl C e i i t e i , 8 ,--Fridit-y . . . I Conl.icl Club, W a s h i n g t o n Hold, 7:;«l a. in. : K a j c ' l c v j l l c Board Hrallors, Krwson':. 12 i ."Oih C c n l u i y Club, Mrs. n. A. Vinccnhcllar, 3 ' W a s l i m c l o n Lodge. One, Masonic H a l l , 7:.1( Marriage Announced Personals 1 Allcna Van Brunt Is Bride Of Francis Taylor Mr. nnd Mrs. II. II. Van H n i n t nf Fnycllcville winounce the marriage of their daughter. Allcnri, I" Francis Taylor, .von nf Mr. and M r s . Tom Taylor of Cano H i l l . Tim ceremony was performed at this liciriic iif (ho flcv. JSwell M. Uiiiuc, December -H. / the wiunl'K only H l t c m l a n l s tycrf Miss D a p h i n a Drake, Mr. .jml .Mrs. David Cliirk, and Mrs. A l t e r ,1 short t r i p lo the Lake, nf the Ozarks, Mr. nnd Mn, Taylor are m a k i n g Ihcir home here «t 624 Mission Avenue, Spears-Buckley Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. Lcnn Buckley (if Cincinattl, Ark., announce Ihc marriage, nf their daughter Onnna Mm-, to James Kelulal Spears, son ot Mrs. Nornh Spears of Clndnattl. The wedding was nn event nf January 11. performed by County Judge W i l l Curler. Mrs. Spears was a student nf Slloam Springs High 'School mirl Mr. Spears, brother of Mm. Vehim Arveny of West Fork, iii a (trad* ualc of the Fcho'il. They arc now mnklnrc t h e i r hnnlc In California, i Mrs. Harry Hohinnon, Mr*. M. C. | M n r l l n and Mrs, Hay Tlll«?.v, all n f ! Fort Smith, visitrrl hero yesterday | with Iricnds and relatives. Japanese military fncintcrs before World War II b u i l t one. of lli« Far F.ast's finest r a i l networks in Korea. The American glass-blowing in- ]' dustry in recent years has pio- i noered in the creation nf new d c - ! i Mr. and ,Mrs. Morris Collier 1 wore guests last niflht of Dr. and j [Mrs. Charles Paddock in .loplin,' ' Mo. Films were shown by Mrs. "Collier to a group of .loplin people, nl a c t i v i t i e s at SI. John a n d ! Nugawicka camps. Cpl. and Mrs. .Julius A. Mursnn a n r l daughtf-r, Deborah, of Pamona, C*lif., arc v i M t i n g Mr. Burson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. ./. A. Burr.on, Highway 45. Corporal Hurson has t e c e n t l y returned j'rom serving in Korea w i t h the N a t i o n a l G u a r d U n i t of Northwest Arkansas. The Oldeil Office Supply Heute in Korlhwtit Arktnn* IT'S VALENTINE TIME St.Joseph ASPIRIN HUM'S IAKBT Mtt AT POSTPONED Until Further Notice UNIVERSITY CONCERT BAND Originolly Scheduled for January 17 at Fine Arts Center, University of Arkansas Watch (or Announcement of i\eiv,Da-le. Misi M/Sal. naymiind K. llodgef. in- i slrur.-tor in the A r m y R.O.T.C. u n i t W a v e ThniiipannJ' 1 1 "" U n i v e r s i t y , "has been prn- Alice of Mr. and Mrs Home Service To Be Host At Conference Titf local fled Cross w i l l tic ii"f;l lo A seven-county conference f o r i llom! Service volunteers Monday.! The a l l - d a y rneelinjrj, beginning at ft a. m. w i l l take place in tlie Women's Civic club. Miss Eleanor .1. r i y n n , SI. Louis, Mo., home service field consultant, w i l l attend the meeting. Home Service o f f e r s holri for the personal and family problems of men and women In tht armed services and veterans in tach community and at this meotlni ways anil means w i l l b* rtlscusicd (or keeping these services prompt, e f f e c t i v e and in accord with rtillUary and VA regulations. .. . ' - . . .The. seven counties .represented will b» Washington,' Bentori, Carroll, Charleston, Crawford, Miidl- ron itul Orark. . Mrs. Paul F. Stclnkrauss Is c h a i r m a n of Ihc al fled Cross h'orne service! group. Laier m e e t i n g s arc srhtil-i tiled for May i n and September, 15. Ceril ' nolcrir ! 0 . ll ] c TMnK ol warrant of- " c r r - C °'- Ht!nr -* r N c i l s n n , p i o f c s - « n r l - - l r e l . i t K a i l iml " c r r - U n l - """^ N c l l s f ) n , p i o f c s - M,n nf L u r c k i i K""-r "»i sni . n , , n , mn , c|pm . f , riri ( f l c l i Jlcrm, son of Mr. and Mrs. - nnnoUn:c[ | to(1 , y t h l l t ,,,, ,,,,, bccl , nienri of Sprlnrjdalc, were] n ,, vlsc( | ,,,, f n u r l h A r m y hca(i .! cd Deccmlicr 2B, in a cere-: qunrlers t h a t Serjeant Hndcc-sj K n r l (Jl( I'aul Olclin marricc irtony iiciforincd nl I l u n t s v l l l c . ; was selected (or the promotion They ai'c now residing in Spring-! throufih A r m y - w i d e competition. dale, where Mr. C J l c i i n is ern- ployrd at flrucc's R a d i o Shop. lo Wed Frank Mitchell i i r i K d a l e - 'Special 1 - Mr. a n d Mrs. Cln.v Fie of Springs .f. ('. Barnelt, formerly of P r a i 1 rift Oro\-G w h e r e he was e m - ' ployed «l Ihc farmers nnd M c r - ! chants fianlt, has been named vice president of Ihc Fanners and : M e r c h a n t s Bank nl S t u t t g a r t , i where lie has lived for lhc last six years. He was a resident of i Prairie Grove before goiiiH i n t o ; announce the cnjjacomc-nl and a p - 1 scl ' vic6 in World War II. He is j pron'chlni! marriace nl t h c I r j l h c son of Jlr. and Mrs. Joncc I UnuKhler, .lean Fields, In Frank Darnell of Prairie Drove and Ihfl M i t c h e l l , son ol Mr. and Mrs. H. F,. M i t c h e l l of Sprinsdalc. The grandson of Mrs. Mack Morton of P r n i r l e Grove. wedding is to l a k e place; j .Saturday at n p.m. at the J'reshy- Dr. l.lppcrt S. Ellis, dean a n d ! terlim Churcli In Pofiers, and the ( |i,- C clor of Ihc University CollcBC-i couple will m a k e t h e i r home i n , ,,, A a r l c u l t u r e , w i l l take part in '".,."· , , , i ,, n - ' ' h « a n n u a l Southern Farm t'nriim Mi""s iS'nn i"'TMw'"npll^i ·*'"« "CM i" f"w Orleans l-dny hv Dr. James i.. Irby. Mr. M i t c h e l l I " n f l tomorrow. He will lead a ailendcd SprliiRdalc Hieh School I l'»"«l discussion nl the Friday scs- a n d Inis f p c n t some tinic In t h e : s l n n oh lhc rclaliv* positions of U.3. Air Force. »«*! CARDUI S P E C I A L I H I S W f F K O N I Y ' NATMNAUY-FAMOUS KENTILE ASPHALT Till 9x9-IN. SIZE Vi-IN. THICK OICORATO* COLORS WAS 6c U.A. Cadets Leave for Tinker Field A uroiip of :I5 air reserve o f f i - j ccrs t r a i n i n g corps utdets from i leans. I h c University l e f l t h i s a f t e r n o o n at 1 nYiocU for Tinker Air Force Ma.'.c, O k l a h o m a City, Olila. A f t e r spending tlic n i ^ h t liiere, the cadets w i l l lie t a k e n on a tour of the base tomorrow. The a ; lour w i l l i n c l u d e m a i n t e n a n c e |n j shops, f l i g h t tcsl, engine lest and r, and the f l i g h t line. ( l e n l r , t h r r ' r s l n i l n i r r r n r i m n 1 n toll n nre Dessert Luncheon Given For Mothers Of Delta Gamma Mrs. .Icnnlc Cale and Mrs. 11. 15. H a m m o n d e n t e r l a i n c d Ihe Delta finmina Mothers Club in Ferguson's d i n i n g room w i t h dessert luncheon at 2:.1li p. Tuesday. Tabli- dccoratiuns c o n - j slsled of potted A f r i c a n violets. M o s e l e y , ' w h o Is Delta A "' '"" L " I M I U I - K M . Province secretary for tills "is-! , .. T .. trlct. Mrs. Moseley o u t l i n e d I'ei | Q e n n e y $ U( ||0 JQ HaV6 work in the r.lates of Missouri,! ' C u l u h n m n and Arknnsns. Mrs.; Karl T. l l o u k , president of Ihc club.-'iiKtrdod tltirUig lhc ; businnss incclliiK- Tht nexl meeting will lie held February III, at. lite home nf Mrs. Jeter Morse, 20 South Duni-nn Avenue. Mrs, Floyd Tierce w i l l b# assistant liostess. i small and large f a r m s In our acri- c u l l u r e . Wcdnesdav, Dpan Kllis and Dr. John W. While, bend of U n i v e r s i t y ' s department of rural economics and sociology, a t t e n d e d a incelinK of t h e Icchnical committee nn regional cnlton i n a r k e l - iig research, also held in Ne\v Or- Announcements · Dill* MAMLIIZIO WAS 7'/ic IA. UOHT MARILIIZID WAS i2c IA. IX. IT. MARILIIZIO WAS Me WALLPAPER SPECIALS 21c fATTHNJ Uc 2k PAHUNS 17c 14t fATTHNJ Me 44 PATTtDNS 2tc I2c PATTHNS He 74t PATTHNS 4»e Itc PAHIRNS »c OUR UADIRS 'Still C«(f 9««,n [COOK'S MltUS Nit M» S2« Bethel Grove Club Adds New Member Witshlnciton l.odxc Onf \Va.shini:tn I..odnc Oiie will meet Friday a i 7:3fl p. m. in the Masonic H a l l lor \vork in the fellowship decree. All Fcllowcraft .1 n d Master Masons arc i n v i t e d and refreshments w i l l he served. Bill Sigma Phi Ileta Siqma Phi will meet tonight in lhc Civic Clubrooms at o'clouk. '( Reciial Of Pupils . The Dellncy Sllltlio of piano ami voice w i l l present a recital of piano p u p i l s Sunday a f t e r n o o n ill 1!:.'HI o'elm-k in lhc studio. Pupils who w i l l appear on lhc profirnm arc: M a r l h a Carncs. J u n e Slev/nrt. L i n d a C l o u l d , Donna j A l e x a n d e r , M o r i d e l h Stuljlilcficld.,] l.ymie H a r n c t t . \ V i n n l e \Vinfi, i C l n i l d l a Woods. Deeiin l)od:l, Doll- j aid Kilfiorc, Sbarnn Kay (!ric,s- tiy, P a l r i c i a Tune, N'anc." 1'islcs, Members nf the Bethel Grove j Denny Time, M a r y A l e x a n d e r anrl Home Demonstration Club met Paula Sharrah. Tuesday lor an a l l - d a y mcctint! Following t h e rccilal .of Ihe and covered dish luncheon, w i t h : v , llm| , pupils, ,\] rs Hormnii Slew- Ifl members present and t w o vis--| I,,., ^.-sisifd hv Mlss Hl , rv Lm ilors, Mrs. George Applcby o r . p i H Fayetleville and Mrs. Dean Neal. M Wes W i l l l a Butintii And Prefeiiionul Wom«nt Clans Of Cfrtlril Mtihodiit The Business nnd Prnfessioiifil Women?! Clns nf C e n t r a l M e t h - otlisi Church will meol tornnrntw n i g h t w i t h Miss Lois Gilns. 11IM.'j Ka.sL Spring SlrRot, at 7:30 o'clock. Births Mr. nnd Mrs. Kii(ffn« Curlialf Mr, and Mrs. IMIRCIIC CarH.slfr of K n y e l t e v i l l p Announce the h i r t h nf t w i n riauphtcrs, J a n u a r y 15, at the C o u n t y Hospital. were d Mrs. Hostesses 13; Mrs. Auld 1-HiiH Syni 1 " nm "Sweet H o u r of Prayer," were; SUIIR hv the members undor the! Inidcrship nf Mrs. Sam W i l l i a m s . ; The devotional wns led by Mrs. j Monroe Ncnl. i The m r r t i n s of the C c . u n t y Chili ' Council w i l l lie held on February · 7. at the I^pjilnn Mm in Kfl.vctlc-j vlllr. It wns Himouncrd d u r i n g · lh6 business mcctiiiR. Mrs, l.ois [ Smiih resicnrd ;is MtTctjiry be-' IJjIUll^ rtlKi ni i -·. n v .· n 1 . 1 1 1 · . Mrs. Applehv was marie a new M '" lc '' '" ;l I 11 '" member ol the chit). ; cllal t ebrunry J ; Junior Assembly Plans Formal Tonight Mr. and Airs. BUI Carnes f Lincoln, piano pupils, will ! Mr. and Mrs. R i l l Carnes of give a voice rent:?! at 4 o'clock.! S P' infidale a n n o u n c e the birth of High school p u p i l s w i l l he prc-; a son, J a n u a r y H, at the County no and voice r e - i Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. t s a u r Caildlr Mr. and Mrs. Isaac C a u d l e of \Vesl Foik a n n o u n c e the h i r l h of a son, J a n u a r y 15, at the County Hospital. J u n i o r Assembly, sponsored hv '- Mr. and Sirs. Billy I). S|»ar» Mrs. Sue Keller of the K e l l e r ! Mr. and Mrs. Billy D. Spears Dunce s t u d i o , w i l l have it's mi,,- i of Tulsn. Okla., announce the winter f o r m a l t n n i f l h t . Ivginning j b i r t h nf a d a u g h t e r , J a n u a r y 1G, at 11 o'clock in Ihe studio. i at the County Hospital. n c f r c s h m c n l s w i l l lie served hy ! c m c o ilincs; in her J a m i l v . a m i ! H c f r c s h m c n l s w i l l he served by ~ Mis' M a l p b Iluhy was elected t o ' m e m b e r s "f Hie Mother's Board, I T h e n n r l h o r n part w Mexico s serve as t h a t officer for lil.'i'J w i t h ! includinc Mrs. Don Trinnho, Mrs. 1 Lower California has rnioycd a Mrs. Ncal as assistant KCciclary. I Ku'ing Jackson. Mrs. \ V a l l e r Cole, · rlccade of such phenomenal popu- 1 Mis. F.I nest Hosier gave n dem- Mrs. John K o c h e x a r . Mrs. L n n ' l a l i o n crowlh that it is now seek} onstration on m a k i n g of flower:; P a t r i c k , and Mrs. M a r t i n J o h n - ; ing promotion to Mexican state- and corsages from n y l o n hose, | 'several varieties of w h i c h w e r e ' ; shown. The mystery package wns i won tiv Mrs. Huby. ' Hostesses for the February meeting are Mrs. Clark.. Mrs. .Hosier and Mrs. Il.uold Pi.vnr, at '· Ihc Hclhcl Grove C o m m u n i t y 1 lluilding. _ Miss Peterson Weds In California Hogcrs. Ark.-iSpcclal.'-Tiic mar- igc of Miss Kllcn Peterson o f : ! RORCI-S and William T. l/.ard. U.S.i ( N a v y , was an event of J a n u a r y fi.. ' a t Palm Springs, C a l i f . Mrs. l ? a r d i was reared in lingers, the- daiigh- ler ol Mrs. L. A. A l l n k a r d . She Is: a g r a d u a t e nf HORCI.I high school I and member of Ihe lingers l l i d i n c ; club. She was chosen Queen of Hie Omrk Ilodeo at Sprlngilalc In l a t f t . : Tlie co\iplc w i l l live in R a n ; Diego, Calif., where Seaman l/.ard ( is stationed. | Thof Loosen Nt«d Not Em borrow wf$rci!i nl A DOG-GONE GOOD FORTUNE ·Htftlmt nnn.|rl«1i pauritr. on ymir ·lltti Hrtlrti lilif lHh mor« nnii- Tw* not miir OhPPXS "plBlf fflfir irtcntuff tir'iMhi ,i»i fA^'rr**" -· WIUID M',009 hy hla f n r m t r matltr, (.ilribtd H. Chllinftirlin, .--..., mkM It Ml c a l m l y a« he Is Inlrodnrtri ID TV it Rod»n, Cil., by C. A. r.oy at P A l A n k n keniifU. O» (hi doj'i death lh« r»»llui ot t n » tiiilt »e.M to thi «t"t*. »ay« thl will. r f n l EXTRA SAVINGS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT! JANUA ENTIRE STOCK! WOMEN'S BETTER WINTER COATS *NOT ALL SIZES! *NOT ALL STYLES! 12.88 ONE BIG GROUP! BOYS' ALL WOOL SWEATERS ^SLIPOVERS! *COAT STYLES! 1.50 ENTIRE STOCK! BOYS' FINE QUALITY WINTER JACKETS ^QUILT LININGS! *FUR COLLARS! 5.00 FINAL CLOSEOUT! MEN'S WARM WINTER CAPS ·^LEATHERS! ^SATINS! 1.50 UNHEARD OF VALUE! MEN'S HEAVYWEIGHT CORDUROY PANTS *NOT ALL SIZES! *BROWN ONLY! 2.00 CLOSEOUT! GIRLS' FINE QUALITY CHENILLE ROBES *MOST ALL SIZES! *LOTS OF COLORS! $2 $ 3 ONE BIG GROUP! CHILDREN'S WARM PAJAMAS ^ J U V E N I L E S ! -^GIRLS' SIZES! 1.50 CLOSEOUT! MEN'S WINTER WEIGHT WORK SHIRTS ^SOLID COLORS! *PLAIDS! 1.50 ENTIRE STOCK! GIRLS' BETTER WINTER COATS ^TWEEDS! *REVERSIBLES! 12.00 CLOSEOUT! MEN'S QUILTED LINING SATIN JACKETS *MOST ALL SIZES! DHURRY! 7.00 FINAL CLOSEOUT! WOMEN'S BETTER MILLINERY *NO EXCHANGES! *NO REFUNDS! $1 $2 $ 3 ONE BIG GROUP! MEN'S BETTER SPORT SHIRTS *WOOLS! -^GABARDINES! 3.00 CLOSEOUT! MEN'S FLANNELETTE PAJAMAS *NOT ALL SIZES! *GOOD PATTERNS! 2.50 ONE BIG TABLE! MEN'S WINTERWEIGHT UNION SUITS *SIZES 36 TO 46! DHURRY! 150 ONE BIG GROUP! BOYS' ' WINTERWEIGHT HELMETS CAPS *WARM LININGS! *FINE QUALITY! i.oo 300 ONLY! B R A N D NEW BETTER NECKTIES LIMIT! *HURRY FOR THESE! 59 EACH

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