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2 NORTHWtST ARKANSAS TIMfS, JFayttMvlHt, Arkantw, Friday, January IS, t»S» I iWMIinlllMlllllllimlllllllKIMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIHIMIIIMIIIIItllllllHIIIIIIIIIIMIIIII Expansion 01 Library Services During 1951 Reported MRS. KATHLEIN DOZIIR IIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIWIIIIIIIMIipiHiiliiiiimiiiiHNli'imii'.uillllllllWIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIi Daily Calendar of 'Events Tonight . . . Northwest Arkansas H i d i n g Club, Ferguson's, V Washington Lnrtco One, Masonic Hall, 1:30 Shower, Party Compliment Miss Butler A dcs.icrl parly and k i t c h e n sbowcr complimenting Miss Carolyn Duller, bride cR-ct of Oliver Wickcrhnm Gatchell, Jr., w»s Riven Wednesday evening by Mrs. Loycc Hiilhcoc-k and her dauRh- tcr, Miss Caroline Sue Hathcock, at- Ihcir home. ; ''Mrs. Joe Bates presided al (he coffee sen-ice and.Mrt. .1. W.71IUI-. ler. Jr.. served cake' from the flln-' IhR ta.blc which was covered with an ecru lace and linen cloth and centered wilh an arrangement of pink and yellow snapdragons, chrysanthemums, and pink stock. G i f t s ' o f the )fl KUcsIs were received by Miss Butler on a larjie tray, ' a n d t h e - r e m a i n d e r o f - t h e - evening was spent /"In, playing canasln.. Sigma Nu Mothers, Wives Meet For Luncheon .The Sigma Nu Mothers nnd Wives met for luncheon, (ken yesterday at the home of Mrs. C. W. Stewart with 32 members «nd 7 SHOPS IN ONE · Appthccary Shop · Tclltlrln Sh*p · Candy Star* · it«tl«ntry Star* · T*b«cc* Shtp · S*da fountain · Gift Shop B for baby'i htalth noodi gtt th» world'* (Inoil. Nothing Is loo gorxl for your baby . . . Ihdl sums up our policy In: slock- Ing health needs for'your baby. Only the best brand names In packaged and formula baby foods, lotions, toiletries and rubber goods. The ones you know and respect. Hcly , on us for everything your your baby needs, SHOP RED CROSS DRUG FIRST RED CROSS DRUGSTORE PHONE 490 N. Side Square The anniif^J open meeting of the ·- Fiiycllcyllle Public Library Hoard ' warf held .Tuesday evdninjj in Ihe library, W. K. -McWhorlcr, chairman, presided. Mrs. Lowell Chancy, treasurer, gave the financial report (or HIM and Mrs. Hazel Deal, l i b r a r i a n , reported on the activities and progress of the l i - brary /or t h e year. Mrs. Deal laid a t o t a l of MI,!(M houtt?, periodicals and recordings were loaned for home use In 1051, n Increase of 17,0111) over the fig- gttesls present. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Henry Tuck, Mrs. Herman Tuck and Mrs. Jacob Sharp. Gtipsls who a t t e n d e d were Mrs. Goff of Colorado Springs. Cnlo., Mrs. J. A. Adiims, Mrs. fiurton and Mrs. L. II. W r i g h t , Out.of town members a'ltendlni; were Mrs. Pies Necley and Mrs. K. -n. Gord-onnler of C a r t h a g e . Mo., amiMrs. Roy Slcelc. Mrs. T. .1. Cusa'ck, Mrs. [lurl McCoy and Mrs, J. L. Lav.-fon ol J n p l i n , Mo. Pi Phi Club Observes Loyalty Day The PI Beta Phi A l u m n a e Club met last " n l c h l nl 7:30 o'clock al Hie hnmc of Mrs. Charles C'rnchott, Mrs. Hcrmtm TiiL-k, Sr., was en- liOHtcfis and nxstatcrl In serving rn- frrshmcnl.t of ricsscrl antl coffpc. Theme foi the pnixnim xvtis hBptPi'-Lnyall.v Ony," in honor f Carrie Ch'iipmmi Cfitt. Mrp. Lconnrd CJrcc.-nhaw, provident, presided nt t h n business incctlnfi itl wiilch time nlic rrarl » lotlcr from Princess Elizabeth to the PI Phi National Frntcrntiy. in npnrcc-latlon of Ihfi hiind woven gold slole miulc- n t the PI Phi Settlement School nt G i i t l i n b W R . Trnli., nnrl rrcrlvrd by hrr d t i r t n f i Iwr visit in W«»hlnKlnn. D. C. Drama Pupils Present Program The junior dmmii class of the Sue Keller Studio of Dance and Dramatics, e n t e r t a i n e d parents anrt friends last nlKhl w l l h an evening of one act. plays and readings, stnced wllh the round. The itroup wan assisted by three members of the senior class. Those appearind were: Margaret Ann Cntes, Nancy Snydcr, Patsy Davis, Kaycllc W o o d r u f f , Marl a n n Sharp, Mcbln Harrison, Harhara Boston, Judy Kcrrell, Sarah Tracer, ICudora llorlon anrt Jan- Ice Hutler, Senior pupils who assisted were Diane W r a y , Kmllr Sonneman and Paula CinnmliiB' C'oncludlnii the proijrnin, rc- freshnienls wer.e $cr\ r cd. Commerce Wives Club Receive New Member Members of Ihe Commerce Wives C l u b met yesterday a f t e r noon with Mrs. W. A. G u l n n . 12* Boles Street, for n "chaltcr-plal- ler" party. A new member, Mrs. John Clark, was introduced. Mrs. G u l n n was assisted by Mrs. N. K. Williams and Mrs. 11. I I . Jones. l i b r a r y has added ninny new records to the collection in Ihe past few months and plan to increase the sl/c and use of this service. llcjlslrallon files show that 77(1 .adults and 417 children, a total of 1,22.1, became new users of the library d u r i n g the past 12 months. The hours open were increased .10 to 48 per week and arc frorh n,-;iO lo S:.10 d a l l y except Sunday. The s t a f f was Increased to two lull lime assistants. 1285 new books were added In the book stuck, Including 3 IS nlfls and 31 memorial books. The library now has subscriptions to 47 periodicals, , A record player, uslnc three speeds, has been purchased and a listening room arranscd for the enjoyment of patrons. A recent check shows Hint it is used on an aycrn£e nf once each day. Three new 5 I ions of shelving were In- slallcd In the children's department and 21 nesv shades for the windows were bought. The Public Library cooperated w i t h the public schools In a summer rending program for the children. During the three summer months a total nl 9,261 books were read by the .children as .compar- Relieve miseries dfrrcl ---without "dosing" ·.VVI£Jtt THE BLAIRS, STATIONERS °-' Th* Oldeil Oflic* Supply Hou» In Norlhwtit Arkantat IT'S VALENTINE TIME W* hov» Ibt enti you want, from Ic (e $5.00 tach r«-|tll«irllle'« L«rg«il fitliclion -- SlyUd by Glbton What you insure belongs to you . . House Warming Honors Couple At Walnut Grove The W a l n u t Grove C o m m u n i t y Save a house wanning Thursday night honoring Mr. and Mrs. Mol- llc Tucker who have recently moved lo Ihe community from Vincy Grove. The 38 gucsls who tire for lOSO. She said that 1,70.1, were present included. |icrior)icials and 425 recordings! Mr. and Mrs. Bnb Giles, Mr. and wcrc i:sed d u r i n g the year. T h e ; m r! fi, iu | Gj| e s and son. Joe Dale, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Giles, Mr. and Mrs. flussel Talc, Mr. and Mrs. Max Talc and daughter. Chariot Ann, Mr. anrt Mrs. Clyde Newell, Mr. and Mrs. Gene McKcc, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd House, Mr. and Mrs. t i h n s y Tcmpleton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tcmpleton, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shaffer, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne K a n n , Mr. and Mrs. John Galnes, Mr. nad Mrs. Mac l l a m b l c n . Mr. and Mrs. Jack llamblcn and son, Gary Jack. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hamblcn, Mr. and Mrs. Kdd Tcmpleton, Miss .lannle Templeton and Billy Garner. Gifts were received by Ihe hon- orccs from a lace covered table centered wilh one of the gilts, an arrangement of red roses. Jetterson Study Club Meets At Budd Home The Jefferson School I 1 . T. A. Study Club met yesterday afternoon .at the home ol Mrs. .lack Hudd.' Those prciCnl. were Mrs. W. D. Wyllc, Miss J u n n l t a Prater, Mrs. AV. H. Morris, Mrs. Owen Oxford, Mrs. Joe Kins. Mrs. A. C. McCHhtnck, Mrs-flay Davis, Mrs. R a l p h Sim.--, and Mrs. W. A. Davis, leader. "The responsibility of children was disclosed ·I hour d u r i n g which were served. Inci- dcnls were related conccrninc. the ol Future llomcmakers of America, i; attending a meeting of t h e Executive Council of F.H.A. in Little Hock, today and to/riorrov/. rcspoiire of children lo the cf- ''·!'· -.-f t h e mothers In he model parents. ...... m e e t i n g of the dub w i l l I't. 1 held at the school, February Pahala Club Observes 25th Anniversary The I'aliHln Club observed ils 25111 anniversary Thursday a f t e r - : Injun wilh a 1 o'clock luncheon a l ! Ihe Blue M i l l . Mrs. W. E. Chas: tain, outgoing president, cut t h e , birthday cake. ' During the meeting Mrs. Don i Snyclcr, president, appointed t h C j following committees: Mrs. A r t h u r Cooper, flower; Mrs. L. B. U h l , membership; Mrs D. J. Collins, needlework guild; Mrs. II. D. Bird, reporter. ! Mrs. A r t h u r Peterson w i l l entertain t h e . c l u b at her home on February '28. Master S-4l. .lames Newport, fon of Mr. anil .Mrs. Harvey Newport, returned Tuesday following service in Korea with t h e OliGtli field Artillery B a t t a l i o n . Si;l. Rodney E. Land, sun of Mr. a n d * MV.s. Karl Land, returned Tuesday after a year's service with I i rt ii ut . u u\ i»i" .*i....»-^ t h e OSiith Field Artillery Battalion j n l n K jinc w i t h the Indians, in Korea, ' -- - --Organization Executives, and As-1 Bociatcd Industries of A r k a n s a s , , inc. _____ | Mrs. Gcraldinc Ilisht »f L i l t l c j Kock. is spcmlins the weekend j here with her parents, Mr.' a n d , Mrs. Frank JlcCnnncll, on Wash-: infitnn Avenue. Colonists at Jamestown, Va., made crude (!la.-,s soon after they landed in Ifi(l7 because of its v a l u e The American Association o| Motor Vehicle Administrators says about 35 per cent of the nation's d r i v i n g public is below visual safety standards. EAT G E N U I N E ITALIAN SPA- GilETTI, handmade, meat ball.:, salad, garlic bread, dessert and coffee. All you can e a t , Sl.v;,, children 65e. SI. Joseph's Calli- olie Church basement. Tuesdav, J a n u a r y 29th. Starling at 5:3n p . m . 25-26-28-c Cpl. Charles Stacks, Kim of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stacks, Route- (i, has returned home following 3 vcar of service in Korea w i t h the iwcth Field A r t i l l e r y Battalion. cd In 4.2HII for the same nonthx of the previous year. Mijs Barbnr* Dennett was story-teller for the iTRuhr S n t u r d n y monilnit story nc-cletlnd were Mins ,Iulla Viiulx, O. W. M c M i l l e n and E. L. Wllmn lo serve three-year terms on the Library Board. Other mcm- be-s nl the board arc Mrs. Chancy, It's not whot you hove but who! you protect that is really yours. Make an appointment with ys today. Cravens and Co., Inc. INSURANCE ln : Business Iw-Yo/tr Protection CRAVENS BUILDING McWhorler, Mrs. Kdmond P. Watson, Mrs. V.-' W. Adklsson, Leonard 'Grccnhaw, \1r. K. Lcljh- lon lluflolph. Virgil Blossom nnd Mayor Powell M. Hhca. The new board elccled the following officers for 11152; W. E- McWhorter, president; Leonard Grccnhaw, vlce : presldcnl; O. \\. McMillen, secretary; and Mrs. Lowell E. Chancy, treasurer. McWhorter appointed the following committees: Budget; Mrs. Chancy and Wil- llnok: Miss V a u l x , Mrs. Watson anrt McMillen. Publicity; Dr. Rudolph and Mrs. Adkisson. House; Grccnhaw, nlossnm and nhca. ·_ Mrs, Cassat Entertains Johnson Sunshine Club Mrs. Harold Cassat was hostess t o thii Johnson Sunshine C l u b yesterday afternoon w i t h H members nnd two guests prcicnt. Guests were Mrs. Lawrence Cassat and Mrs. 1.1. Holding. firs. Sim Luper presented the devotional, u.-inc as her subject " N a t h a n i e l . " This was followed by prayer, led by Mrs. Harold Cassnl. A demonstration of t e x t i l e p a l n t K was made by Mrs. Lutlier Stamper, who also displayed numerous articles of her work. In concluding'.the meeting, b u f - fet refreshments were' served by Ihe hostess. The next meeting of the club w i l l be held February 13, Farmington H. D. Club Installs Officers The K f i r m i i i R l o n Home Deninn- stnUion Club met in the cluh rooms Wednesday at 1:30 p. m. ! N\v officers for the .vr«r were ! Installed in a cnnrile lislit cere- | inony n?; follows: Mrs. Ircnn i . Lnwis, president; Mrs. Bertha ! j Hulrhimsrw. vice president; Mrs. ! j M n r i r K i U r r l l , .«rcrptnry .nnd '· \ IrrasuiTr; Mrs. M a u v i n e Bur- I | linnan, reporter; Mrs. Lc Ila \ Shinn, rerreiitioii leader. Mrs. Tcssman JZHVP the dev tionnl which was followed by the j norm of the month, read hy Miss l l n l l i c Thompson, »nd group slng- IHK of "Auld t - n t i R Syne." Mrs. Shinn wns winner o f t l i r mystery ;mrk.iKr. Theme for the propram "Thn Northeaster," in rharRC of Mrs. Amy Wells, Mius linker, i«s- · j sistant home Di'rnoustialion agent, CJIVP n demonstration on pvtrchas- inc nylon hope. Comph'tinK the program p \\f- rn.s5inn on Korean a f f a i r s was led hv Mrs. Alice Htishcr. Births Mr. inri Mrs. Run r. Nrslrr Mr. and Mrs. Huel P. NcMcr ol K a y e l t r v i H e announce the b i r t h of a son, J a n u a r y 2-1, at the County Hospital. at djffcrer.1 a^" was diseiL-:se(! by The group. This was follower! by n social rcfrcjihmcntt Personals Set. First Cl.iss Ernest Nee.sc was among those who arrived here Tuesday a f t e r serving with the IWlith Field Artillery R a t l a l i o n in Korea fnr the past year. lie is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Ncese. SKI. Don Cecil is viniling here w i t h his w i f e and daughter. Judy, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Cecil, after serving for the past year w i t h the fl36th Field Artillery in Korea. Mr. and Mrs. -Tim P r o f f i t t of H u n t i n g U m , W. Va,, announce the birth of a son, J a n u a r y 20. Mrs. P r o f l i t t is Ihe dnughter of Mrs. W. G. Mipht of Fayelteville, who i.s now visiting in H u n t i n g t o n . Painful cramps of "Monthly Periods" stopped or amazingly relieved in 3 out of A cases in doctors' own tests! Miss Lfivcta Ttnmsey l o f t Wednesday to return to her home in "Wnshinslon, D. C. Miss fliim- | Key Cfimc to Ffiycllcville because ; of the illness and death of her · mother, Mrs. J. C. Ramsey, and ! tins remfunrd al the home of her r mother at 2]fl North Willow Avenue. The Thursday Bridge Club was entertained yesterday afternoon ;it thfc home of Mrs. Paul Hccrwagcn on W a s h l n g f o n Avenue. The Rev.'Edward .Brubaker i s : in Harrison a t t e n d i n g the Pro Rn ' N a l a Meeting of the Presbytery of j Arkansas,, being held there today.; · Women nnd Kirte who suffer from tho.sr fiincilon- ally-causcd cramp*, backaches ami headaches »( nicnslniflUon -- who frcl upscL and irritable on certain "panlcular dn.vs" -- m a y o f t e n be . s u f f e r i n g (luitc unnecessarily! Such is the conclusion from trsts by doctors in which Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Rave complete or striking relief from surh distress In 3 out ol 4 of the cases tested! Y*-B! Medical f v (d r nee shows Lvdiit Pinkliam'ji inoroiiRhlv modern In ncilnn. it exrm «· remnrkfth!? calming pfleci on ihr tiirrux -- without Ihn utr. ol pnin-dcadcuiiig rfrw/ij/ 'f]\f effectiveness of Lytlla Piniclinni's needs no proof 10 DIG nil III mis of voniei) rind girls '.i-tiom It lias benefit Ml. Hisi how about you? Df i/oit km)* 1 wiin i It may do for you? Takf. I . y d l d P i n H h u m ' i i through t h f month. See ir j/o» (Um'l set the SRNIU rrlief from the jjnlns and went ness 1 of "[hosf rtnys"! RPP If you don't frcl better before and during j o u r period' Get e i t h e r Lyclia rinkliam'« Compound, or new:, improved Tabl!t5, with fiddert Iron! If you're iroiihlrd wllh "hot flafihes" nnd nther f u n r l i o n a l ulrrin d l R l i f i s of "rhnniiP nf ll/*"-- tio»* you'll lind LydlR rinklwrn 1 * wnndcrlui lor tlial. loo! menstrual paint Mr. and Mm. Weslcv Gordon, j Earl Dycss and W i l l i a m R. Mt-Nair arc in I ^ i t t l c Rock lo a t t e n d the j o i n t meeting bring held today by the A r k a n s a s Economic Council- Stalp Chamber of Commerce. Arkansas Association of Commercial Miss Rosalie Bent, state president .·SSSiFT **"r»-- iFD8jsH.aa_ lllllK . How To Relieve Bronchitis Crcomulsion rclicvcsprompdybccansc j it goes right lo tlio scat of Ihe trouble 'to help loosen aad expel Rcrm laden phlegm and aid nature tu soothe and 'heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial membranes. Guaranteed 10 please you or money refunded. Crcomulsion has stood the test of millions of users. CREOMULSION rili..., Co»ihi, Cli«it Mil, Ae»t» IrncMtli R E V I V A L at the FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Highway 62 West EVERY NIGHT.at 7:45 Good Singing Spirit Annointed Preaching Everyone Welcome Rev. Den Montgomery Rev. Tommy Gibbs Evangelist Pastor S PRICEP SO LOW! ....-Jl i Mr. and Mrs. JamM \\. R a k r r | Mr, and Mrs. James W. Haker of |i : i:«ve SprlnKi announce Ihe birth ]! j of a dauiihter, .lanuary 2, al Ihe County Hospital. Plan now to cat a real rpncltetll dinner nt -St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Tuesday, J a n u a r y lift. KtrvhiK slarls al 5:30 p. m. firing 'your' friends. 3S-2l!-H-c Rtfi mi « l l h IM (4mt»--rnt Ik* TIMF.S iallr, IOWEST PDICED IN ITS FIELDI {Continuation of ilondofd Iquipmtnl end Inn, illuittattd II dtptndtt ihH r,oW IB IM 'lfl oilobililr §1 moltntl.l Here are the truly advanced aulomnhilcs fnr 1952 . . . ihf only line rars pncfil so Im- , . . and one ride will tell you w h a t we mean hy lhal. \V mean the only cars at nr near their price bringing you the hcauly ol r a d i a n t , new Ruyul-Tvnc Styling with Body by Tishcr! We mean the only cars al or near Ihcir price oiler- Inp such a ir/Wr «w/ winuhifitl r/iw'cc nj ciiln:\ wilh upholMcry nnd t r i m , in harmonix.ing colors, in all DC l.uxc sedan and coupe modclsl We mean Ihe only cars al nr near their price with ('enirrpiiitc I'mver . . . giving almost unbelievable .smoothness and freedom from vibration, Moreover, w e mean lhal Chevrolet supplies nil these line car advantage', al substantial-savings . . . for it's the laweu prireil line in ils Held, Come in; see if, and place your order now! txtra-sm«»th POWCM^2£fl£ \\ilh New Aiilomalic Chole for finest no.»hift drivini «t IOMCM co^l. (Oimbinaiion of PiMcrdiile noj 105-h.p. V«l\«- I n - l l c i i l Hngine oplional oa I)[ I.mc model! «t «tr« col.) M O R E P I O P I I I U Y C H C V W O L K T t T H A N A N T O T H I * C A R I Green Chevrolet Co! 17 E. M««4ow Phent 255

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