Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 29, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 29, 1952
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"I--MMTMWIST MKAMAI TUMI, NyMMvM*. Mmmm. TunAiy, January If, 1*51 tHIIMI.-ilHHHMMMtllllimi IIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIinilllllllllllnlllllllllllM MIS. KATHLIIN DOZIER /IIHIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHI Daily Calendar of Events ^Tonight . , . 'Altar Society Spaghetti Supper, SI. Joseph'* Church, n:30 · Sub Deh Club, Siij Calf, 7 Naval Reserve Composlli Unit, Eason Ruildln:. 7 306ili Military Government Cin.up, I I 2 H Weil Centfr, 7:3(1 . Kayi-ltcvillc l.odirc 710, Masonic H u l l , 7:30 International Relations Group of A A U W , Mrs. rlrucr Molcomb, 7:30 Wednesday Kxchtnee Club, Ferguson's, 12 Lions Club, Wasbinslon Hotel, 12 Dee Gee Club, Patsy Anderson, 4 Naval Reserve-Eld-Ironic? Company l-» Drill. Esson Building, 7 Delta Slcma, Hugh Kinc-ald, 7:30 Kappi. A l p h a fill, -15 KaU Rock Slrwl, 7:30 Fllslii B, f)840th Volunteer Alr'Forct Reserve Training Squadron, 7:30 1. O. 0. F., IOOF Hall, I ' Health Films Shown At B.P.W Meeting P«rk which In In be InsUllcd in the jprlng. Thf program v.'as under the direction of Ihe health irid safely lth i mi. Two health educalloniil film* on the heart were shown last n i g h t i at a meeting of the BuJtlnetc.i and Professions! Womeix's Club, by O, .L. IIonomlcht-1, Washinjilon County sanitarian, w i t h Mlsj Ml- liida Plate serving as commentator. The first film was "Be Your A«c," ""concerning people past middle IRC. 'The second w » s "Emotlonul Hcallh." . Mary Kiln Mode" "' the Aincricmi Government cla.cs of the Fayetteyille High School w«s Buest and spoke briefly on the Citizen 1 ! Eduutlttnil P r o j e c t , which Is being sponsored by the class. A · report of the state board mectind 'held in Little flock, during thi! weekend was given hy Miss Hazel Kelly and Mrs. I'ctrlc Trowbrltlgc,- who attended. A committee of the president, MU* llaxcl Kelly, Mrs. Kins Wheeler, ; Miss Ethel Smith and Mtai Glenn Siockburgcr met briefly with the City Council nnd presented a check for })!)0 to purchase « shufflclward for the City committee with -mi. Vcnctah Ciluss and Mis* Pink hi chiirgc. UA Receives Painf ings From Esso Collection Two paintings which have been given to the University by the Esio Standard Oil Company of New Jersey. w i l l be formally pre- nenied by rept'escntatlvcs of. the compuny »t 10 «. m, Friday, In the Arts Center Gallery. They will KO on exhibition there immediately. , One of the palnllntts, nn oil called "The Drill Bit," wns painted by Joe Jones, 1 former Ar- kinans'. 'The oilier, a water color, Is' "Indlun Vill»gc" by Adolpli Dehn. Both paintings arc from Ihe "; Organ Recital Opens i February Concerts Corliss lllchard Arnold, director of music at the First Methodist Church of El Dorado, will be cucst orsanist al the University Arts Center al fl p. m. February 7. A n a t i v e of Montlcello, he received a master of music degree from ! the University of Michigan. j I l l s program will Include Con-! c-erto No. S by Handel; three Schu- bler chorals hy Johann Sebastian Hach. Sleepers, Wake! A Voice Is Calling, My Soul Doth Magnify the Lord, and Pnirsc to Ihe Ixird; Faniasle nnd Fugue in C, minor bv B;ich; Konata on the flllh Psalm by J u l i u s fiucbke, two short pieces, Air and Gavotte, hy Samuel Sebastian Wesley: Deck Thyself, My Sniil. w i t h Gladness. Johannes Brahms: Will-o'-the-Wisp. Gordon Batch Ncvin, and Variations sur un Noel, Marcel Dupre. The public-is Inviled to the concert. There will be no admission I eharec. I Other February c-oncerls In the I Arts Center Concert' H a l l wtll he: piano recital by Robert Smith, University instructor of music. 4 ni, February 10; concert by tho.i Weaving Displayed .j Joplin, Mo., Symphony Orchestra. ' 8 p, i% February M. and an organ ! recital by Kenneth Osborne, chair- i man of the University's Division of ' Fine and Applied A r t s and head ; of the music dcpiirlmcnt, 4 p. ni. ' February 17. Surprise Coffee Honors Mrs. Meenen ' Mrs. Henry Mucnun was complimented with n urn-prise coffee at her home Saturday morning at i n o'clock, in observance of her birthday. Those attending and t a k i n g refreshments of coffee and cookies were Mrs. Frank I.oe. Mrs, Arthur Linarcl, Mrs. Robert Moffett, Mrs. Bruce' Critler, Mr*. Tom Smith, Mrs. John Sample, Mrs. Jim Artcr- burn, and Mrs, Arch Cloud. Juleen Cloud Honored Robert Barnes Artists And Craftsmen Meet At UA Art Center Esso Standard Oil Company's collection n f \ paintings which h a v c j been reproduced in advertise- f) n t p u p n t h R j r t h H a V menls. The company was one of UM J B V C I I I I I D l l l l l U d y the first commercial concerns pioneer In using conlcmporary art n advertising. Best Gift of All - Baby's Health Wh«n Baby Is healthy, h»'» happy. So give yourself 111* b»l gift of the 5«aon --health. Ste your doctor r«gularly. Call him al the first symptom. And call ui, too, for the best drugs- rushed to your need. 100 W. Dlckwn, Phone 3000 Daughters Of Demeter Entertain With Supper The Daughters of Dcmcler held Its January meeting in the Faculty · Clubi-Qoms last evchlng. The men of the faculty of the College of Aifrlculturo were special guests for the pot luck supper. Chairman of the hostess committee was Mrs. M.' W. Slushcr and servlne with her were Mrs. I. S. Kills. Mrs. K. M. Crallcy, Mrs. Charles Lincoln. Mrs. Dnrlght Iseiy, Mrs. T, C, Carlson, Mrs. "Vance Kdmnndson, Mrs. M i l l i a r d Jackson. Mrs. II.- A. Brockw.iy, mid Mrs. .1. B. Valle. R.'M. White Appointed To Experiment Station Robert M. White, » native of Arkansas Courtly, hns been nddcd lo the staff of the Rice Branch Kxperimcnt Station at StiHttrarl, nccordlnp lo Dr. Llppcrt S. Ellis, dean of the University CollcKC of Agriculture. He replaced W. V: · Thompson, who resigned last sum- White is a graduate of Stuttgart , High School. He attended Arkansas Polytechnic College in Hus- sellvlllc and the University, from which he received the U.S.A. degree In June, IDSfl. White worked for a commercial concern In Stuttgart, In 194! and 1942. From 1943 to 1946 he served in the U.S. Air Force In the China and Burma theaters. After gradu- a t i n g from the University, hr was employed ns^ field 1 representative hy the nice Belt Produce and Fired Company of Stutlgnrt, but was called hack Into the Air Force In September 1P50. lie was released . f i o m active duty last fall, Mr. While Is married and has l.\vo children. A parly honoring Juleen Cloud on her seventh birthday was given Sunday by Mrs. Arch Cloud at her home on Itebccca Street. Guests were entertained with games and by m a k i n g valentines, after which refreshments of Ice cream and cake were served. Plastic purses were received hy the children, as favors. Those who attended were Nancy Gordon, Pamela Buckress, Bonnie Burgess. Rebecca lla.inah. Ann Earls, Frances lllnklo, Judy arid Hsla Brush. _ Dee Gees Meet For Mock Initiation Dee Gees held mock Initiation Saturday night at the homo of Valerie York. Preceding the meeting and I n i t i a t i o n , the group met at Collier's Drug Store for refreshments, before going lo the York home. Mr. and Mr*. K. T. Uchty nnd sons, Selwyn and Larry, of Forl Smith, were recent visitors of Iheir a u n l . Mrs. B. K. Harper. A called meeting nf Ihe Council of Quirks Artists and Craftsmen was licit! last evening in the lecture room of the Fine Arts Builcl- cration of the department to the council anil its work. The program for the. evening ing at the University. Bill Ken- ! w;ls in charge of Robert Barnes necly, president, presided. I whose craft is weaving. He spoke wlth a general discussion of the i ***» operation of the Council Ipr the benefit of (bests and new members, in which Mr. Kennedy named the crafts and arts of the group. These included woodworking, pottery, hand weaving, jewelry making, silver smithing, metal enamel, braided rugs, wood carving, leather work, doll making, ceramics, painting and weaving.. A social hour followed with refreshments served by Mrs. C. fioundquist. J. E. Pom fret-Named Purchasing Agent James E. Pomfrel has been appointed purchasing agent at the University, succeeding W i l l i a m A. , Hcffclflngcr, who has been transferred to the University's Panama Mission. Mr. Pomfrct, who has been chief accounlant of the University since 1848. will be succeeded in that position by John Carney, former junior accountant. As purchasing agent. Pomfrct will act as supervisor of University j purchasing. He received thc| B.S.B.A. degree from the University shortly before joininc the staff. Me is a native of Philadelphia, Pa. Mr. Carney, a native of Fayctte- villc, Is a graduate of the Faycttc- vlllc High school. He received the R.S.13.A. degree from the University in 1950, and in November of that year became junior accountant. Charles M. Wilson left last night for New York City, where he'will work on, "Acres of Sky." wm M «nie»--read Ik* TIMES lair. THE BLAIRS, STATIONERS «· »· The OldMl Office Supply Houn In Northwest Arkiitu IT'S VALENTINE TIMI Wt havt tht on« you want, from le to $$.00 «otn firtittvilli'i Largeil Scltclion -- Styled by Gibion . Every breath ol croupf * 1 night coughs of colds Sptciil medicated steam brings soothing DEEP-ACTION RELIEF For coughing spasms, upper bronchial congestion'and that Now those croup,, coughing . "'Seref ^Tlike Su^m^e relieved TM'«« Vic*. VapoRub ta W so fast with this home-proved treatment '. . . two heaping spoonfuls of Vicks VapoRub in a vaporizer or bowl "of boiling water as directed in package. It'i eoiy, too . . . Your little one just breathes in the steam. Every breath carries VapoRub's relief-giving medications rfccp Into troubled throat and large bronchial tubes. There inii wonderful treatment medicates and soothes dry, i r r i t a t e d membranes, eases away cough- Ing, helps restore normal breathing.-And real comfort comes in'no time at all. And always rub it on for continued relief To insure continued action, always rub VapoRub on throat, chest and back. Works for hours -- even while your child sleeps-to relieve distress. It's the best-known home remedy you can use when any cold strikes c h i l d o grown-up . . Opening the session, Mrs. Ken- ; ( on the prumcFS of the Weavers Guild in the past four years and ncri.v. In the absence of the sec- , .,,.,,,,,_,,,,,,,,· ( |i,,,i av of , ariMr ., re.ary, read the or the j m TM m e m h ' r s of he G i last meeting,, a l t e r « · - ; Thosc | nc | llr |,, ( , w n r k j,, r n f i a , , * , , , ; ese nmmecmcnts were made and the ,, ov ,,, lv coming craft f a i r discussed. Did,- ,, ·.,,,,,; rat| mc ' ' . , , n , ,, ,, ,, . v . of the f a i r was announced as ,, .,,,,, , i n j , w B ' June 111 through the 22nd when .,,,.,, di ., |3l ,., vo ,, ;1 fol ,,. , Kln , css ]o()n all members and their crafts will ' ant| lo|d ,,, , hc s i m p l i d t y o( usi be represented wjth dcmonslra- : sucn ., , iii, l5 tr a u, ie the oper- hons and displays nf work being ' ., lion ^ shown In Ihe new council house. .Chairman of the new member- ; ·--'--- ship drive was announced as Mrs. i Glenn W i l l , assisted by her bus- I band, Doctor Will. Both spoke on j the q u a l i f i c n l i o n s for membership ; and purposes set forth by the council on completion of Ihe council house, cm Highway 71, north. . Others who were introduced . and spoke briefly were Ned I Bailey, maniiRCr of the Eureka · Sprini:.: Chamber of Commerce, meeling wns concluded moy avoid showing monthlx "nerves" AI ". l "'" h ^'-; l | Il [ 1nrl .'^""^^ 1nHr "' t ' £ * r i t M i dTM«-n. ""nmirVirivn'v'Hi^^^^ who suggested n b r a n c h o r g a n i z a - tion of the Council in Eureka Springs, and D a v i d Durst, chairman nf Ihe art d e p a r t m e n t at t h e U n i v e r s i t y , who offered t h e coop- I Uanllll. IKn.v: "fn I MONTHLY CRUMPS I CHANCE OF tIFE Billy Graham's Great Moving Picture "Mr. Texas" Will be shown TWICE at the First Baptist Church of Fayetteyille THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 31 at 7:30 and 8:30 NO ADMISSION CHARGE · THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED A free will offering will be taken for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Party Hanes b i r t h d a y s o l e / 10 days on/y-oppor/im/ixiosove20% Hones scorn/ess s/octings. newesl shoc/ss. o'/ sly/es.- shorl, medium, l |t.J5 tregijnrly 51 50)/ovowf oil-purpose ilitf, «I«-II5, ISdonier. 3 nil. U60. "One o Fine Stores" the first step toward home comfort AUTOMATIC GAS HEATIHG EQUIPMENT Sff YOUK HEATING CONTRACTOR O» MATING ENGINEER TODAY Build North and West Arkansas TUNE IN-KGRH 10:15 AM Monday through Friday HEAR "LINDA'S FIRST LOVE

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