Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 24, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 24, 1952
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44MTHWIST AKKANfM TIMII, Nyvrtovirh,, .Thundny, January 24, lf» liiniiiiiniiniiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Society MRS. KATHLIIN DOZIEI MiiilliiiiMiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiii iiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMHHimiiiiiiiiiiii Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . JfluRhJers ol ncmelcr, Faculty Hub Hunm:,. 5:,'U) · Boy Scout Bord of novicw, Kim PiTsbyicrian Church, 7 V.V. W., infl'.t Wcsl Ccnlcr. 7:311 I'iir.Wei.l Chnnler One, II. A. M., Mnsunlc H f l l l , 7"!() Voilurc l)5li. 4ii anil B. l.eclnn l l u l , 1-M Cniil.ict Club'. WashinRlon. Hotel, T.Iin a. HI. Kh.veUcville nnsril Ik'lillors, Ferguson's, 12 Norlhwcrl Arkansas itidlni: Chili, Kcreunnn'i, 7 W.vhinKlnn l.ndtc One, Masonic H u l l , 7t.HI 40 Club Features Square Dance L.iM nlRhl at Ihe Un'rk Hnwl, mcinheri, of the 4(1 Club held t h c i r [ monthly dance. Those hi; charge of iirrnn«ements were Mr. and Mr;. George Br/uilKiiN.-i'hnlr-j men, Mr. ami Mrs. Leonard U e h - j ly'lor, Mr. nnd Mn:. Hill Pulton,' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fulton and M r . j and Mrs, Hoy Adlnns. Special leniuie for Ihe evening was -squnre dancing under the leiidcrshlp of.Mrs. 1C. .1. Mnrt.v. · GucMs who attended were Mr. nnd Mrs. Vincent Kearney, Dr. nml Mrs, W. .1. JTIchnrrts, Mrs. Knrle Smith, Mr, and Mrs. ller- · rnlrl Hendley. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Pcndlcton, ty. and Mrs, Clem Thompson. Dr. and Mrs. n. L. Becrher, Dr. and Mrs. Coy Kny- lor. Dr. nnd Mrs. Spencer Brown, .. Mrs. Hersey Young who is visil- Iflfi here from Cnlorncki, and Hcii- ry. Voso of Van-Dureii. Mrs. Evans Entertains With Luncheon Meeting Mrs, George Kvans wan ho. 1 .- tcKR to n covered-dish Imieheon for the Green Valley Club at her home yehlerdny, \viih 13 mc/ilbcrs .inn 1 one guest, Mrs. WHponer, present. A f l c r the luncheon n short business, session wns conducted hy . M r s . T o m ' ' H i l l , newly Installed president. The minutes were read Observe Anniversary and approved and dun for the year were paid by several of the members. It wan agreed to bring canned goods and other food supplies lo the next meeting, to lie gis'cn to a needy f a m i l y . nin-illi: the social hour jitmibcrs were d r a w n lor t h e mystery packages which were won by Mrs. John Cox and Mrs. Milton I-raliek. Young.Mothers' Club ' Meets With Mrs. Keener The Vouiiir Mothers Club mot j at the home of Mrs, Vcrmt Mao Krcjncr .yesterday ttHernoon, opening Ihc meet I UK hy repeating Ihc Lord's Prnycr. Mrs. Unsafe Lnifiii 1 was winner of Die iny.stcry pndtHfit'. Kollnu'lnK t h e meet inn, Mrs. .Ifick Kvnns wns honored with 11 plnlc iiiul blue shnwcr. The d i n i n g room wns decora led with pinlt mid while sirciimcrs find pins were ))lnccd »round a centerpiece of pink fUmiioli, Game pri/.es were won by Mrs. Kvnn.s nnd Mrs. Ina K/cll. The. next niccliiiK of Ihc club will he. nl Ihn home of Mrs. MU- tlr«d Klnir. ^ Junior Civic League Plans Boys Club Fund The F'nyctlGvllIc Junior Civic LetijfUc met Insliilfiht nt Ihc home of Mrs.* \V. A. Pnvlp, .Jr., nn fin- shcii Hnnd for H rcirulfir husliicnK nicclmg. Plans wrre discussed concerning funite In be raised Ijy the. club for the Buys Club. Mrs. Kny M u l l will be hnstcsa to the cluli nt her home, for tlic next meeting, February 20. ! White Rock'Club !Plans Box Supper Till' White Hock liomc Peinnn- stra'.ion Chili met Tuesday night at the clubhouse with 10 members present. The meeting was opened lh the fcroup 1 re;jealin[,' the Lord's i'rayer ;ind the devotional Kiven by .Mis. Klceta UclaiK). The poem of Ihc mouth was read by Mrs I'reUa Miner. Finance, committee njcmbers for llio iii'Mith of February, Mrs. Vclmii liurtiun, Mrs. I'earl Kidrler and Mrs, Gladys Mas.sey, anmiunccd t h a t a box supper will be field al the c o m m u n i t y, February IS. Il was voter! to sponsor a Mip- erviscd recreational hour cucli Sunday a.'tcrnoon Tor the community. · \ New members received by the club were Mrs. Doris Won and Mrs. Mas:;ey. A demonstration on I plain and fancy hand hcniilitcli- · ing wan given by Mrs.' Orviilo Bcehs. lionesses for the mcciiny were 'Mi:'. Unison ntul Mrs. Hecks. Personals 1 Robert S. Morris, ton of Mr. 1 and Mrs. W. Ft. Morris ofjBellairc, ! Texas, formerly of Faycttcvillu lias ! icceived his commission as second lieutenant in the Quartermaster ! Corns Uescrve at a special review of the Cadet Corps of the Univcr- |sily of Houston R.O.T.C., Houston. I Texas. Cadet Morris is a graduate of Fayollcvillf High School. Master Sfjt. Thomas W. Lierly. son of Mr. and Mrs. G a r l a n d Licrly Route two, returned from Korea Tuesday. Cnpt. Carmen Licrly who has recently returned from Korea after being wounded, left with his laioily suun after the i arrival r,f bis brother for Fort Sill, lOlilii., where he will be stationed. Another brother. Sfc. I'.nnwt 1- Licrly, is now nn 'his way home from Korea and ir, expected to reach ti:e States hy February a. The three brothers served with the D3(i Field Artillery Battalion of the Arkansas National Guard. Mr. and Mrs. li. K. J'eiininRtnn, Sr., of Wuodvllle. Texas were j guests during the past weekend o. I their daURbter-in-law. Mrs. W. M. i PeimiiiKton. nnd her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Grarly ilarlnn. Thci. jirandclaui^blei. M'-i' ^ niiiKton. returned with them .H Woudville. Mr. and Mrs. Alc)t ptircv/alt. Jr., and Mrs. Stircwalt, Sr., left Tuesday to return to their homes in Turrell and Gilmorc, following a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. W. P. McN'air Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Carter Short. J. E. Parker who luffercd a heart attack early Tuesday morning, is reported in satisfactory condition at the City Hospital. .Mr. and Mrs. Grady Harlan returned last night from Little Hock, where they have visited for the past three days. THE BLAIRS, STATIONERS °« T Th« Oldul Olllc« Supply Houit In NorthwMt Arknnm IT'S VALENTINE TIME W« h«vt tht onti you want, from 1c le $5.00 each FnytilivlUt'i Lirgul S«I«clton -- Stylnd by Glbion MMMf "Itawi" An iMy I* St* C A R D U I I Monthly Oontpt · Ow«i0« of Lift -. *,«·'· : · ,' oll e^lt I n i n n t h e I'luini anil l o n i a n u c of c.uly Colnni,il il,t\'.s into \otii home hy usinp I'liishinch i lisioric Wall Paints. T u c l v c h e . i u l i f n l eolors, apj'iovcii hN'^'illiiinislnnji kr.stoiation l i K n i p o i n l n l , ;nr a\ .ulalilr. (,'ouic pi ''nr 1'irr hnoklrl "f.'"/or ' Dyiitiinii f IIIT yo»r Hnnlf" Enr/c/itd wilh VllOUitO Oil GALLON We Give SH Green S/ JOHNSON'S WALLPAPERS -- MIRRORS -- GLASS 25 N. Heck . Phon* 804 i?.; wedding T i l l .V Olid 1'IIVI Mr* 151s fc ( S p t c i r t l ) - M i nnd M i s Hugh PCI r\ obsci\icl then siKci anniversary at their home on North M i l l street Sunday af- wilh open house. Mrs. 1'crry was the former Miss Pearl Can- was married lo lUitfh Perry 25 years ar.o at FayeUcviilr. For can; they lived on a farm near Springdale hut three years purchnsed the. Harvard H a r p residence on North M i l l street ! made it their hn.iif. Mrs. V i v i a n I'orry, Mrs. Kern Stone and j it: K a i l curved Ihc rcfrc.' the juicsls Sunday | Mrs. Williamson |wiii Attend UNESCO Is Hostess To j National Conference Iris Garden Club Mrs. M. K. Williamson cnlor-1 liilncrt tin' Iris Ciiinlcn Club yrs- | torday nt n ck'h.sert luncheon ; i t t 1:30 p. in. w i t h Mrs. Asa Hull :i^| co-hnstcss. j The Valentine motif WHS used | for the house nnd 1;tli1o dccor;i-' lions. CfPliterinK tin' Inblo was nn nrrnniicincnl of w h i l u i-hr.vsnnthe- mums, cneirelilif; n larj^e red Val- Clitlne from whieh rqd rlljbon streamers' led tn noseRiiys of SWOCtlK'ilS, 1'roslclliiK lit Ihe table were Mrs. H. J. Kirltpnlrli'k who poured, t|iid Mrs. K. l r . NoniimHknr \vho scrv'cd 'Ihdlvleluiil lionrf slinpcd c'akes. : . Guests of the c l u h were Mrs. Hay. Wulters. Mrs. I.. H. Uhl and Mrs. Karl Hall. Mrs. Charles Snivorsim read Ihe. poem, "The Violet," nnd Mrs. E. 1,. Romimi;' Inlked on "The All American .Select ion of tlic Ycnr." Mrs. K. A. Long read a paper on "Saving Tinn?." The meeting wns adjourned lollowlng a short business session. .'.'."..n-dy [itskH Mrs. Kyle Engler In resptf lo ;m in vita linn frnm the United Nation- Knmomic S e i e n t i f i f and C t i l l u r H l Organization, Mrs. Kyle KriRler will k'rivc Friday for Nov.- York City, where she w i l l a t t e n d the Third NH- i tioniil Conference, of t)i(; U.S. jNa- j lioiiiil Commission /ur UNESCO, f lo bo held jil Hunter College, be- j u i n n i i i K Sunday mid continuinj; throuch Tlntrsdny of next \\-eek. j Contrihuiions am hoinji made by ctiurrh niifi civie groups to f i n a n r r the trip. Those making c-ontributions are'tliG Kiwani.s and I.Jons clubs, Kaycttcvillc Council of Chnrc-li Women, and women's orKJUii?.ati(»n,s of tho Central J'rcs- bylcrian. First Christian. St. Paul's; Kpi.seopal, Central Metliorlist and Wiygiiis Memorinl ehurehes. 7he purpose of this conference J5 to brinfi together a proup of loadei'5, brondiy vcpresonlative of American life, to consider ways to improve understanding of and piu'ticipalion in world affairs, particularly t l m u i f i h the U n i t e d Nations nnd the specialized ncfii- eic. 1 :. Tho. theme is "Thr Citizen »net tlic United Nations: The Stnuyle for Praee, Kreednm and Advancement." Mrs. George Wallace On Birthday nf Art in Washington. D. C. M r s . j ]VairioGmvc-fSpcci:il)-Mrs.J. R. i Kverette Trice, Jr., secretary, R a v e ; n l ; i k r m n r o rll | C| . ti ,ine(] at dinner aew nf the yo;u*s work. ] M f , m lav in honor of her sisler'?, Mrs. Cicm-fio Wallace's, birthday, flnt'st^ were lier four sisters. Mrs. Mollie Maddox. Mr:'.. Emma Dear- iriH of Kaycllcvillo, Mrs. Non Carney and Mrs. Mngflin C'ouncil of Lincoln, dauQhlers of the I f j t e JudKC II. O. H a n n a h , a iiioneer of Wasliinj;lon County, who practiced law in Prairie Grove, for many years. Twn b i n t hers. J i m H r u m a h . Kayetloville, nnd Huh H a n n a h , who has been postmaster at Sprinpdalo l a n d H Army IU)TC crtdots at the f o r n n u m b r r of .vrars. complete I University V'cliniary 2. I'omniis- , the f a m i l y circle of cifiht. sinn ceremonies for t h e Army j , --· cadets will be held in the o f f i c e ~ ~ -- ' of Col. Henry Xeilson, nnd for t h e A i r Force cadet.-? in Ihc o f f i c e of l.t. Col. Hay \\', Alford. At my cndcts to )e cnmniissione;! : J.awrence I,. W a t U n s ,'ls Work Reviewed By Community Builders / Sulphur City-fSpecial»-Mts. K. W. Price was hostess m the Comm u n i t y Builders Homo Demonstration Club Tuesday afternoon. Five members were -present and one Kiicsl, Mrs. Willie Rophl. The meeting opened with t h e SOUR "LtM the Lower Lights He Uurn- inj;." Hnll call was nnswercd by telling "what recipe 1 would like to have." Members will bring t h o j recipes asked for to the next meetinp. Tlic devotional was read by Mrs. I,comm1 I l i u r U and Mrs. Kvrrclle Price, Jr., read tho poem of the month. Mrs. Nci! M e K i n n o n read a description of the picture "Nortli- r/ister" and a sketch of tho nrlist, i Wlnslow Honu'r. In addition ?he showed the p i c t u i e , "The Adoration of the M n u i , " painted SOO vrars nun bv Fra. Anqclico and Hefrosbments were served by ihe hostess nnd the mystery package was drawn by Mrs. Price. Cadets To Receive i Reserve Commissions Reserve commissions will he : granted to Ihree Air I'nree eailels Announcements A l t a r Snclcty, St. Joseph's The A l l a r Kociely of St. Joseph':: Catholic t'luiieh will s . i n . ..a«n-in,. ,,. ,,.,n,i ^, ,.i-,. .-.- ,.,,,,,,.,. catholic C'luneh will si'nn- v i l l e ; lloberl L. Slephens, Hot ,,,,,. ,, ,, r|U , fil , p , 1( ,|,,, ui , llp| , rr , Spimi;s; .l.mies \\ Sewell, · a y - .,.,,,,..,,.,,. ,,, .,.,,, ,,_ ,,, ,,, ( h p n t o v l l l c ; dene 1. Toiter, I I n I , . , . , , , m ., M ,,i, m ,,.,,,. Sprinns; W i l l i a m 1). Mobley. _, t.ft.; Hubert llilicc I.ov- Wmhinglon I.oclgo Ono Inn. .Memphis, Tenn.; Adolph S. | Waslilnclon I .(nice One will meet Tovviw, Kelseiilhal; Thomiis K. I . I l - j tomorrow al 7:;tll p.m. In the Male. Kurt S m i t h ; A u b u r n 11. Ken- sonic Hall for work In i h e I.I.A. d u l l , Moonevlllc; Unwind P. Cross, I . I K I e linck; Jacob ('. Auee, Pine ' I l l n f f ; l.loyd M. Jones, Arscnnl; Charles S. Gray, Kayotlevlllr, and Uilhrr ('. rilcss, Coiuvny. Air iMirce eailrls who will lit commMoncd areCJoorr.e I 1 '. Wood. 1'nlsn, Oldii.; Wnync N. William.', North l.lllle. Hock, find Win (red II. MrLaiiRhlln, Malvcrn. and Ihe I'Vllowcraft de«ree. He- frcslinients will he serveil. Birrhs Mr. mid Mr*. Cliarlrs K.irl l-ls^ Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles K a r l Kiss nf Sprlnsdnlr announce Ihe lib III of a son, Jfliuiiiry 2-1, at Ihe County Hospital. TOMORROW! 9:00 A.M.! HURRY! SAVE! PENNEY MEN! HERE'S QUALITY! HANDKERCHIEFS 10 for 1.00 ,_ BlG ASSORTMENT GIRL'S BLOUSES f 144 PAIRS FORGED STEEL SCISSORS 7 INCH 1AVE! MEN 'S FINE QUALITY . BROADCLOTH SHORTS CLOSEOUT! BOYS FLAHHEL SHIRTS *SANFOR.Z«» GOOD COLORS'. JMOST ALL SIZES'. 1.00 1ANO THER SHIPMENT CHEHILLE BEDSPREADS ^CLOSELY TUFTED PILE! ^SCALLOPED EDGES! 5.00 i ! i- TREMENDOUS VALUE! 400 PIECES! HAND LINEN ASSORTMENT * PILLOW CASES! * CHAIR BACK SETS! * LUNCHEON CLOTHS! * BOXED NAPKIN SETS! * DOILY SETS! Vr VANITY SETS! * ALL KINDS OF SCARFS! EACH' Imported From Japan! CLOSEOUT! 200 ONLY BETTER NECKTIES DHURRY FOR THESE! ·frYOU KNOW THE QUALITY! 2 For 1.00 SPECIAL PURCHASE! CHAMBRAY WORK SHIRTS -^SANFORIZED! FULL CUT! ·frBLUE IN SIZES 14!/z TO 17! 1.00 I 2 " x 1 2 " WASH CLOTHS -^LIMITED QUANTITY! ·frFINE QUALITY! 12 For 1.00 ENTIRE STOCK! BOYS' WINTER ^ JACKETS ' -A-NOT ALL SIZES! *NOT ALL STYLES! 5 MEN'S FUR COLLAR QUILT LINED JACKETS *SATIN FINISH! *WATER REPELLANT! $ 8 Y O U 'ALWAYS IAVE AT 'PENNET'S;!"

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