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MMIMWkn « k .; «unwi, lut»doy, January 21, 1»S2 ·HUllHHItllWIIimiMIHIHIXMtMIIIIIIMMIIIIIMIIHIIMIinMIIIIIIIIMIIMIIIIIIIIIIII Observe Anniversary MRS. KATHLEIN DOZIM l l l l l H I I I I I I I I I H I l l l l H l i m i i M i i l l l i i t l i m m i i i i i l i i i i i l i i i i i l i M I I I I I I I I I I I M I I I H I I H I I I I i Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . , . Sub Drh Club. Sui Calf, 7 Order of R n l n b n w , Masonic Hall, fl D.A.V., Lesion H u t , 7 30(Hli M i l i t a r y Government ( J r n u p . ncbcknh Lodge. IOOK Hall. 7:30 Wcr.t Ccntrr, Wednesday C . . . Exchange Club, Krrgu.'nn's. 12 Lionr Club, Washington Hotel. 12 Iris Garden Club. Mr*. AS.I Hull, I :.W Clovorlcaf Club, Mrs. W. n. Posers, 2:3n Dte Gee Club. 4 Naval Ttescrvo Electronics Company fi-fl Drill. Eason B u l l d l n R , 7 Delta Sigma, Hugh K i n c a l d , 7:30 K a p p a Alpha Phi. 1.1 Kasl Pork Strfct, 7:30 Luncheon-Shower i Given Sunday For Recent Bride Miss Grole-hen Stevenson and her mother, Mrs. Fred Stevenson,! fiitcftmiKTl in honor of Mrs. Don I Kdv.'firrts. iiriti! her recent imirriayci Mih.s Helen llaiwr. w i t h a l u n c h con find linen shower Sunday nl icir home. Carrying nut the bridal mot If, the I able was crntrrcd "with n , m i n i a t u r e bridegroom and bride i wilh two aULMKl;ml. Lighted j txpor.s in c.imlclabra ndorned with w h i t n satin bow and ferns, illuminated the wedding stone. Guests included Miss M i l l i e j | THIfljiiiUKh. Miss Mary MiddlcLon, MJFS M c l d i i l h BaUlnahousc, Miss I Kelly Sue Kccly. Miss M « L t h a | I Hm-ris, and Miss Dorothy Parker.: Kelly-Tansacha Engagement Told Donna Coleman, ,nd her daughter. Mrs.! at ]:S_n p.m. in,tht Hero of Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Wallace B. Wood of Glen- C1 °*"'"' c ' Uw ,, ile wl n ontertain dale. Calif.. Is hc.e v ls ,t,,, 8 h",,,^'^,, club Wednesday at brother. Roy W i l l i a m s , and to a l - l j . J o _ m in tn e home of her tend Ihc g r a d u a t i o n of her Foll -| JiauKhter Mrs. W. R. Rogers, on Wcldoiii on February 5, at the Mt Sequoy»h «t Mapl« »nd Vin- Univcrsity. son Streets. Announcements Charity Lcufriif The scheduled meeting of Ihe Charity I.eiiKUC for Friday witl^ Mrs. C l i n t Walden and Mrs. S a n i j McNair, has been postponed until February 1. K a p p a A l p n a I 111. i.l I-"" 1 H ' " " U I . . . . L " ,. ···^^^^^··iHHMMMMmHBM^HM^^^^^BHHl-v-*-- I I Flizl'.t B flSUIth Volunteer Air Korcr Hescrvc T r a i n i n g .Squadron, 7:3(1 J M | . an( , M r s _ itlm rjanicy observed their goldc-.i wedding anniversary I I.O.O.F.,'10OF H u l l , « Sundi.y. J a n u a r y IS, w i t h a covered dish' luncheon given at their j 40 Club Danfc. Dark Bowl, B:,'iD Tulsa Couple Marries In Rogers Church RnKcrK-(Spei'lal)-Mrs. Mildred 1 Schmilr. annnunces the marriacc - nf her daughter, Mlw Gloria S. Ad(im» of Tills", Okla., lo John \V HosorH also of Tuls.n, mn »f M r t . ' H u r l i i n d noyd nf San FrHii- clreo Cullf. The marrlaRc was pcr- Inrmcd Sunday nflcrnonn In Hie f u n c t u n r y of the Mclhodl.it Church In Bonlonvillf. performed by ihp Rev. r.ohert Pearcr in the pre«- fnef of relatives of the bride und ».pm«ll g r o u p - n f friends. The bride wore H milt of navy blue vllh black accessories and n eorsHRC nf red roses. Her ninlron of honor, Mrs. G l e n n W l n l i l c n i n n cf nogcrf, wore a pray » - ult wllli black accessories and » corsBM ot pink carnnlloiif. Glenn W l r t k i c m a t i served Ihc brlriesroom ns best man. A reieptlon and rilnnci 1 wns held al the home of Mrs. Schmil/., iller vvhic.l, Mr. and Mr*. HoRiird l«lt lor Tulsa where they will m«k« their hnmc.' Mrs. Hogurd, » (irndinte of HOR- ·r« High School, wns employed three yenrs nl the Rogers a i r p o r t , before goinn lo Tulsi 18 m o n l h s [ ·|o lo work In Ihe offices o[ the Intcrndlional All Workers Union. She was a member nf the Ho«cr unit nt the Women's National Aeronautic!; Association. Mr. Howard, n supervisor of a Safewty store In Tulsa, Is itud.v- InK (or the ministry. He Is t a k l n R · three year course In theology it North Eastern State at Tnhle- i)U»h, Okla. He served in the Pa- ciflu area w i t h the M n r i n r s In World War I I , and Is a g r a d u a t e of the John Brown M I H I a r y School at ft Springs. Presbyterians Plan Meeting Tomorrow Night Wednesday cvonlns nl fi:30 o'clock the members mid f r i e n d s of the Ccntrnl Profib.vterimi Church will R n t h n r at Ihc church for 1he iimninl oohflrcflfitlonal mccllnfi which will be preceded by n rov- tfred-rilflh dinner. At thl* mactlng the flmil ropnrb on (ho work nf IflflJ will be presented Oh primed fonin HW! Interpreted by Floyd Groflory for Christ i n n erhicatlon, Hsslsted by Wilmer Smith for Ihe chuti-h Rchool. Lnvln.lft Lee for the High School Westminster Fellowship, find Iinrnl/1 Doorcnbo.s for the U n i - versity Westminster Fellowship. Mrs. Kyle ICn^ler for I h r woman's n r p i m i z f i l i n n , Rny Adam.s for the men's orgimi/.tilion, K e n n d h Oshorne for the choir, Kylr TCrtfcler for t h e o f f i r l n l hoard. Dr. Henry Kronenbei% its rouHvinji triMtjmrcr. IV, Davis Hlchnrrison as p a v i n g Ireiisurer. Mr*. T. M. M n r r e i l as build ini! f u n d treasurer, find t h e Hrv. Edwurd n r u b n l t f t f ns pallor. D u r i n g Die ineelitiR elections will be held to d o l n r m i n e the new officers for 1952. Elders, deacons, find deticonncfwe.H HIT elected for llhrqft year terms In classes of f o u r nnd mny not j=ccvn /or one year a f t e r holding office. Four riders five dcneonx, nnd five flrnconnpssos j f l r c to he 'elected, A n o m i n a t l n n conuntiteo ninde up of Dr, l . y m a n Porter, rider. Dr. Earl deHcon, Wilmer Smith, _ School, Mrs. GcorRii llrniiitjan nnd Mr*. 7,, W. Ford, woman's orRit- nr.rit Inn, will present a .slate of nominations, n n d nomlniitlom : f r o m the floor will be rtirnurnpe.d. Those whi) are nimble In b r l n q their own table service or: [nod In be contributed to the "common l n h l c " will be supplied from t h e kitchen. home. The d i n n e r was iitlcnrlad by 31 relatives and friends nnd during the afternoon, an a d d i t i o n a l 17 guests called. |At Luncheon Weavers Guild Meets Here To Plan Chicago Exhibit The Weavers G u i l d , ncarinfi I t s f o u r t h year of organization, met yesterday in the home of Mrs. hlnnehc .loyncr for HI) nil-day Hp.tsion and luncheon. Assisting Mrs. .Joyner were M r s . Gene P l n n n l t r i 'nnd Miss Marnc Joyner. incct- wofjlcns a n d cottons,^ r a n f i i n f i from linen and cnllon hand towels to f u l l sb.c co\-erlctp. Mrs. Alice TlTirnlon of Siloam Springs, art instructor at -lohn Brown University and president of Ihe K u M d , presided durlilR the session, at w h i c h time Tou'tu represented at wqrc Sllonm Sprinr..". B c n l o n - l plans were made for Ihe t r a v e l i n g el Kogcrs, G r e e n l a n d . Eureka e x h i b i t which bcidns in March Sprinttft And Kim'cfis, Okla. Most of the m o r n i n g was spent in watL'hln« H d e m o n s t r a t i o n on warpliiK tflvon by Hnhert Bfirncc of Greenland, post president of Ihe Hulld. This was followed by lunch, Ihe m n l n course nf which WHS an l l a l i a n dish, rbi p o l e n t a , propmed 1 . Planalto. The meeting was resumed w i t h an exchange e x h i b i t in Chicago, 111. The Chicago e x h i b i t will be shown al Greenland in A p r i l . Miss Jo Ann Kelly Sijma Nu Mothers And Wives Chih ! Sigma N u Mothers and Wives, w i l l meet Thursday for a 1 o'clockt luncheon at the home of Mrs. C. W., Stewart, 341 SI. Charles Avenue. Mrs. .Mary D. Kelly announces^ the engagement and approaching, marriage of her daughter. Jo A n n , ! to Visit Xansacha of Bangkok,! Tiiailand. Personals Mrs Loyce Hathcock and Mrs. Fred Stevenson were hostesses at a luncheon Saturday at the home of Mrs. Hathcock. complimenting Miss Donna Colcmnn, bride-elect! Mr. nmt Mrs. M. S. powers spent , of Rromo Wilson. | Die weekend with t h e i r son, p v l . j The luncheon table was decor- j A. .1. Powers, who is now st:i- ( ntcd w i t h a mirrored centerpiece j tinned al Shcppard Air Force Base, | on which were placed a m i n i a t u r e j Wichita Falls, Texas. Accompany-; bride and bridegroom s t a n d i n g ' inir Mr. and Mrs. Powers were; Officers and choir members of; Ihe Order of Kainbow For Girls ; w i l l meet in the Masonic Hall this! evening al 5:30 o'cl'.-.-k for -prac-| ticc. The regular m e e t i n g will f o l l o w at 6 o'clock. i ! Advertise i» th« TIMER-- It p»t». Trowel And Sjiadr Garden C l u b The Trowel and Spade Garden C l u l j will meet Thursday with Mrs. Bob Boston at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Kenneth Osborne w i l l be in charge of the program nn house plants. before a background of huckle berry, fern and forsythia and seven t a l l tapers. Gursts Included Mrs. Paul Cofc- mah, mother o f t h e honorce, Mrs. Jim Younldn, M i ss Carolyn Rhodes. Miss Mary K a t h l e e n H u n t i n c t o h . Mrs. Joe Smith, n u n u n c i n n . iviis. jut 1 oinun, i v n j - h i " . Betty Joe Melton. Crclchen Stev-1 K n «' nc % r '."? i Mrs. Andrew Colcman and d a u g h ! Icr, Geneva, of West Fork. i l.croy 1-Juri'is, ai-.sist;inl Pi'ofc.s- | nor of [ndustrial Illngincrin? w i l l ! attend (lie M i d - W i n t e r McctiiiK oi I h c Section On Kii^inccrs* draw- · inj;s of Ihc American Society For Guests included Mrs. C. A. I cnson, Miss-Lortia Stokcnbury nnri ; Ynrk City, Wednesday in New j t h r o u g h ' Charlc.sworlh t Miss Mcarl Cnarlos- j Miss .lane Pearson. worth, Mrs. Everett Smith, J i m I · lira IK. Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy j ;"'" Mrs. Moore. Members a t t e n d . : frtf ^Qpg J p g g ^ j Mrs. Gene inc Ihc nu'ctmy wen- Mrp. Mnljcl ' | Crniii. Mrs. K l h c l Cicnn.'in, Mr.i. j M I a l j n i a n r h c E l l l n l t . Mrs. Ellin l l e n - j l O UA I Friday. Dauthlrrfi Of Dcniel'r The Daughters nf Demcter w i l l ; meet at the Faculty Club Hooms, Thursday at 6:30 p. m. fnr p n t . luck sun'ifr "-isbands of incm-i bcrs arc invited. I ' a h a l j ("lull The Pahala Club will m e e t j Thursday at I p. m., at the Blue; M i l l . I I:;i(l p.m.. w i l h ii discussion of t h c j d r i n k s . Harvey Chase, Mr.-. V c r d l e ! p l a n n e d operation for the j e n r · t h e Council of Ox.ark Arlisis and Cransnir-n. 'I'hc- discussion was U.d bv guest speaker, I3III K e n n e d y , president of council, who I pointed out the nrlvmit.'iKCs o f f e r e d by Ihc council In its membership, w h i c h includes a pcrm.-ipjcnt inc-i'l- I I I K place fnr n l h c r orRniii/cd criiftpuion, w o r k s h n p ruld i n a r k e t - iilk f.-il'ililics and ington. nobnrt Barns Mrs. D n r n t h v W i l l i a m s . Illinois Club Plans ihc eouncil plans lo exlenrl Us membership not only In (irlisls nnd c r a f l s i i i e i i Inil In im.v person who Is' inlercsted in the work t h e oriiiinl/allnn. Mrs. Owiulit Mo.ire, also ,-, i;ucsl speaker, gave an nccour.t of he: personal experience in r a i s i n g | C*Y IN THf IftOtl OF THI NIOHT! -- that tnakvtt you glntl you St. .lnnopli A s p i r i n ·iluU'rio'it." J«" IthlrTboilie'lSt.. Buy ·I. JfUtph Aipirln For Chlldron now! program. Mr, K e n n e d y staled thai and Pnif. M. II. Stone, c h a i r m a n of t h e d e p a r t m e n t of mathematics of t h e U n i v e r s i t y of Chicago, spoke S a t u i d a y m o r n i n g at the University on revision of the mathe- m a t i c s c u r r i c u l u m . " In a d d i t i o n lo I h r U n i v e r s i t y personnel, there were a h n u t 3" m a l h c m n t i c s teachers from other rolloges in this vi- Thc I l l i n o i s C l u b of N o r t h w e s t , c j,,ity. A r k a n s a s .-innouncrs a m i d - w i n U - r ' | N. F. Tsang, assistant professor ! of electrical cnfiinccring. w i l l prc- I sent a j o i n t paper al t h e Winter General Meeting of the American j I n s t i t u t e of Electrical Engineer-; ing. which opened today In N e w ! York Cily anil w i l l continue i Ihrough Friday. His paper w i l l b e , ·riven w i t h T. C. Tsao of the Con-] solidatcd Edison Company of New York. Incorporated. Mrs. Fred Bnnlcn of WashinE- Studr Club Of Jifitrion School P.T.A. The Stud i- Club of Jefferson School r.T.A. will meet Thursday Tender Skin Needs Extra Care G u o r d B o b y ' t t k t n against Ihe rovogei of windy winter days. Our Inrge selection of better lotions and creams offers the most reliable, most effective protection. Best for everyone else in your family, too. Stock up today Ski* Phone 1000 Free Delivery THE BLAIRS, STATIONERS °-«. Th» Oldest Oific. Supply Houjt In Worlhw«J ArkulIM IT'S VALENTINE TIME W« hovt th« on«» you wont, from I t to $3.00 ««eh Faytll.rills'i L.r 9 «il S.ltcllon - Slrltd by Glbion K t t t h c r i i i c to ho held in the C a l h o - ' L . II[( lie llccrcation H u l l , fingers. Sntiir- i Jj|"i,, n ' ' ' I-'olInu-Ing Ihe addrrss. a l u n r b was held at Ihc S t u d e n t rlay i^voniiifi at rt:30 o'clncl;. F f l m i l l n s or groups w i l l ' brine i f ! Hirir im*n food and t a b l r w a r r . C o f f e r w i l l be f u r n i s h e d . Movie? w i l l he shown by W i l l i a m T h u m n n On 90th B i r t h d a y Tidbnll Honored uf Pt-a Midfic. Vonncr l l l i n n i s people who d n , Open house was held S a t u r d a y ; UPl'SonHI t*.\ )(, H nui: ui i ii m i l l . , · ·· ·- ·· i 1 ; · , ,, . . _ ,, , . . coiored .:oiu'n here in Cyclic- I n,,l bHo,, K are ,r,uc s tcd Io send afternoon ^rom 3^10^:30 o^lnclt, vlllc. c n r d l n c and 1 spirnlni; 11 .-.:id | thi'ir namu 4,i Herbert H. S m i l h , ; j" j ,Jj: M ] ' Virginia T i d b a l l : f i n a l l y w r a v l H K II i n t o c l n t h . Klic i sccrclarv Hou.e Uvo. H,, R e,' S . ; ^ n ,, 1 ( ' Mt ^ S E .T Mean" Th Co,"" .i , , ir i .,.,,] r.\ t i i n i n c - f i i h r i I nri't 1 will uc no u'harGc. - _ . . : . . _ _ i _ _ _ * 1.1... i Lei Us Assist You WE HAVE AN ADDING A N D riouniiia MACHINE roH EVERY TYPE BUSINESS *)so ITANDARD AND ELECTH1C TYPEWRITERS We rfp»lr t.vpfwrlUr* ol nil insXf*. Prompt nnd rellflhle servlcr. Wrht or phonf f o r ' * frpp Irlal In your nwn office. No obligation, n* yrars In Ihe Typewriter and Adding Machine nu.lneiK. Mnti I" li« Un««rw.«« 0. B. WILLIAMSON AND CO., Inc. 113 W. Mount.In Phont 2471 FAYETTEV1LLE. A R K . Duck Dinner Given Last Night At Ferguson's Dr. and Mrs. Lipperl S. Kills en- t e r t a i n e d u-llh ft duck- dinner at rorguson'x last evening. Follow-; Ing Ihe d i n n e r a colored movie ; was shown of New Orleans. i The remainder of the cvcnliiB j j-wan spent playlnB brlrigp nt t h e ; Ellis home, Owests were Dr. Reul l a h V. Glllasple. Dr. and Mrs. I ! Warren G l f f o r d . Mrs. Pale H i n l i l c . I i Dr. and Mrs. ",. H. Hudson. M r . ; and Mrs. Fred Kcrr, nr. and M r s . ) John White, Dr. and Mrs. Kreil Whilehead, and Dr. and Mr?, .loc [ Vallr. Tulsa Couple Guests In Prairie Grove Home Prairie Grove - (Special) - Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gitiney were hosts al a f a m i l y d i n n e r Sunday in honor of Ihe coldcn wedding a n n i - versary of Mrs. Gihney's parenls Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. A r t h u r s of Tul- *«. Okla. Mr. A r t h u r s was one of the last to secure a marriage license in I n d i a n Territory. j A t t e n d i n g Ihc d i n n e r were their 'son. Jnmes A i t h u r s . and his f a m - j ily of Tulsa. Mr. a n d Mrs. J. !-. Kicrsleadl. of D.'livcr. Colo.. Mrs. ' Margarel Wood, sister of Mrs. A r i Ihurx. Mr. and Mrs. .1. Ed. Posers, nd Mr. and Mrs. W i l f r e d Thomp- ilcmoiistralert and explained I h r | There d v r i n g of wonl f n u n w a l n u t aiul ~" riicslmil bark and the processing! Paul Lewis, | sioo was in observance of Mi's, i'l'idball's nillh birthday. A p n r n x l u:1 "! matL-l.v . r )l) friends called d u r i n g dcnvcllt r u r a e r y nl Ihc C i t y Il"s--i|, c jihcnioon. i n c l u d i n g members: ens Mi's. Moore also displayed p i l i d . ir. reported in satisfactory .of i h c U.D.C.. ncifihbors nnd numerous articles of - l i a n d w o v r n ' c o n d i t i o n . ' c h u r c h iissociatcs. Sue Garrett Keller SPRING TERM Begins January 22nd STUDIO DANCING DRAMATIC ART 402 ARKANSAS AVE. PHONE'1867 TOPS THEM ALL! nncakcs und hot "lirfadu! R r i f f l n ' s W a f f l f Syrup Is so rich w i t h maple flavor . . «nrt .«,, Mirk lll»l w a f f l M sl».v crisp, p » n f « k f s uy fin». Cosls Irst Inn- sonic loilayl MAPLE GINOERIRfAD an automatic gas range-gives more time for me I Set Your Gat Appliance Dtcltr ARKANSAS/WESTERN

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