Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 4, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 4, 1952
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IAS nMK, taycHtvMb, Arfcen Monday, February 4, 1»5J HNWHHIIWMHnNMmillllMIIIIIIMIHIIIIIUIIIIHHIIMIi'llllllli Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Fiyrllevillc DUlrlrl Nurtcs Ferkusonj, R:30 Hi SI Club, Cluhroom, 7 rarminjlon Lodsc, Farnilniitnn Masonic M u l l , 7::iO Stain]] Collectors Club, C(vlr Clubronm, 7:30 Tuesday , . . Boys Club'Board of Directors, Kcrfuson't, 7:30 a. in. Womcns Civic Club Board, Clubrooin, fl:3n «. m. Kiwanls Club, .Washington Hold, 1'i St. Joseph's Mother* Club, Church M a l l , 2 Kaycltcvlllc Branch AAUW, Student Union Gnmf Ilonm, 3:30 Sub Dob Club, Rug Cult, 7 Kavi.1 Hi-serve Composite Unit, Knfon BullHinc. 7 Wftahinglon Counly Modlral Society, Washlnnlon l l n l e l , 7 306th Military Government Group, I I 2 ' , J West Center, 7:30 Sportsmen's Club, Clubhouse, 7:30 O.K.S., Mnsonic Hull, 7:30 · Dtmclcr Garden Club, Mrs. »nn Hruwn, 7:30 Boston M o u n t a i n nesnrt Ai.'n(rlnUnn. .Mounlalnhun;, 8 Hobbyists," given by 1 Mrs. Ol;idy« Slwkk'ford; ;i ilcmniutriilinii on cniboiislnE by Mr: 1 . Crorcc Mourc; jin hrlk'le on "My Klrnt Mould," read by Mrs. Li?l;i Perry. Members brought and displayed plecM i: ccrnnilcn, marie by them liui-lng the past month. I'ollov.'inR tlie mi'dlnji. irliesh- tm'iilK were .fln'prl by the hostr-flH In which !hc Viilenlint: ir.otlt was c.'irrloti out. Shower Compliments Mrs, L. D. Wagnor A miHrellanrroiif; shower wan qiven Frirlay night lor Mrs. I.. D. Wagnnr, the former. Miss Nellie Raker, nt the Wngnor home. Yellow chrysanthemums Jonncd the centerpiece nn n litre covered table from which the hostess, Mrs. fAay Wood, served refreshments. Guests who attended were Mrs. H u f c i r t l H a n d , Mrs. W a l t e r Baker, Mrs. Nosle Hix, Mrs. Jirncst Hopper. Mra. Mnry Umble, Mrs. Hok- cr, Mrs. Frank Taylor, Mrs. Harold Klni:hcr, Mrs. Kenneth Wag- IIIM-, Mrs. I'lw. Muody, Miss Mary Kllrn Moody, Miss Doris Garriolt, Mrs. Maker, Miss M a x l n c fiarriott and Mrs. Myrtle Wagnor. Dinner Party Is Given By Covingtons Mr. and Mrs. Jot Covlnfton en: terlafned with a dinner parly following University Commencement, Salurdty ivenlnn at their home. Guests Included Dr. Oorcc U Cross, president of the Oklahoma University at Norman, Okln,, and Mrs.. Crosn: .Dr.- And Mrs. Ira E. Sanders, Little nock; Druns H. C. Nicholson and Frank G. Mltlcl- Kl«cdt,'both of Little flock; llenry Yokum, El Dorado; Miss Taullnc Hofltzel and her mother Mrs,, Liltic Rock; Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Carlunn, Mrs. Llpnort Ellis, Dean and Mrs. Henry Kronenbcrc, D e a n and Mrs. Gror/ii Branlwn; Dean and Mr*, nobcri Leflar, n e i n - a h d Mr«. V. W. Adkisson, DMII ,»nd Mrs. Paul Mll»rn, Mr. · lid Mr«. Chirlcs Cross, Dtin and Mrs. John Shoemaker, D e a n Jeinnette Seudder, ill of Fayett*'ville; Mrs, T. D; Hare of V«nn- «»!«,· Ark. _^_^ Parents Entertained At Veterans Hospital . Pilltnlt « l l h » Veltrtn'n Hos- pitil wtrt tnlerlalned Siilurday nllthl ivlth 'd «erl«(i of «am«s, »pon- ·ored. by iht 'JjidltJ Auxiliary to the V.F.W. of.lhi Department of L.L.L. Class Sees Showing Of "'Mr. Texas" Till! L.L.L. Class of I h n first na|tlst Church met Thursday evening m the home nf MIT. Kmll Sonncman. Mrs. Frank Siiltle and Mis* Zellft JJcver were co-host- eRKCK. Mrs, A. J. Head presided at a short buslncFs mcctlnK. The devotional was given by Mrs. Robert Kmlth. Mrs. M a r t h a Tldwell prc- slded at the refreshment table, which curried n u t the Valentine mollt. The centerpiece was a large ruffled white net heart, f l a n k e d by red snapdragons on a large oval" silver tray, Red snapdragons were also used for decoration throughout the house. Mrs..Sonncman entertained at the orian with request numbers. Preceding the parly. · Ihc group nf 2!j attended the mm-io, "Mr. Texas," shown at the church. Ozark Mudhens Meet With Mrs. Linard - . Tht Oinrk M u d h r n s met with Mrs, Har.el L i n a r d ' t o r their February mtetlng Friday night, A program was presented which Included a comical article on Announcements Thos* Aitlillnf wert Mrs. Nora Mae Wird, Mrs. Iren? Pbwtll, Mri. Vtrne B, Ad«mi, Mrs. Eva A. Putrnun, ; iiid Ml«« Rrwilea Towtll, all of K»y'«H«vllle. HD Meetings Scheduled . To Be Held This Wefck. MetllhiiS .chtduletl this wttk for · the Home .Dtmonstritlon Clubs, hivt btcn announc** at: Tuesday, Rural Buildjfn, Mrt. Robert Fentr., 2 p. ro,; W«dn*»d«y, Savoy, Community Bulldlhf, Z p. m.; Thursday, 111) C o u n t y Council meeting Legion Hut, 10 t. m., D u r h a m . Community Church, 2 P. m.; Friday, Dutch Mills, Mrs. Truly Swain, 1:30. p. m.. Highland. Mrs. Ben Thomas, ill toy. Gem, Community Build- IIIE, 2 p, m. Jodie Crumplcr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crumplcr, Is a patient at City HospltM. "Miithly fiiis" stopped or ·maxingly relieved In I *ut *f 4 HMI In i»rt«rt' *«UI · Chanets lire you're puttlni nn -- unntceuerllti-- with the functionally eau/jd p»lhi, crumr* and »«ak. "no toc'J" leellnis of menstruation I For. In «ctu«l tc*U by docton, Lydl« Pinkhim'K Compound kreufbt coin- flete or i f n k i n j relief from tuch dl»- Irtfci in 3 out of 4 of the citetl · Ldl* Plnkb»m'i Lt mottrn in Hi acllon/ So it« LfdU E. riiubkm'n Vfttuhlt Compound-- or nttr. imprortd Tibltu with »d4rd Iron. Srt U-- ukrn throunf ttie month -- It dotau'l Klvr rrllrf 'rot thme btckftches. Jltuta-.-hrlp Jon If bfttcr br/orr ind tfuhiif tour ptrto Or~l( roil niRer from luilcttontl "h liuht«" pf "rhunf nf Uf^." ^rtit out Jlot. l r/ttkaam'j u /or I n f f , loo.' I *Af« n««t (ftwltol *·*·) Oiiivrrslty City Chiptrr 49,-i. O.E.S. University City Chapter 4!)r, O.K.S., w i l l mi?el tomorrow at 7:3(1 p. in., at the Masonic H a l l for its regular inoetlnc and o f f i c i a l visit of Hie deputy iirnnd lecturer Mrs. Kdlth Taylor, Lincoln. | Orern Vitlli'y, Chili Mrs. Milton Fralick w i l l be hostess to the Green Valley Club at her home, with n enverod dish linu'licon, tomorrow at 1 p. m, Food w i l l he r-olJecleil for 1 n needy f a m i l y . SI. Joseph's Mother*. Chili St. Joseph's Mothers c l u l wl " meet tomorrow at 2 p. m., In Ihc church hall. llfmrtrr Otrilrn Club The Dcmenlcr CJarrlpn Club will meet nt Oie home of Mrs. Dor Brawn, H i g h w a y 10, went, tomorrow nt 7:30 P. m. ' WfiL'inii Church W.S.C.S. . Thn Women's Society of Christian Service .of Ihc Wicgins Memorial Church w i l l meet with Mrs. E. C. Aumlck, 17 West Rock Street, Wednesday at 2 p. m,, instead of w l l h Mrs. Arnold Simpson us previously announced. Slim» Chi tVlviv and MMhfri The Sigma Chi Wives ant Mothers Club will meet with Mr*. Alfred Halhcock, («() North W a s h - ] nj(ton Avenue, Wednesday al 2:30; p. in. Home at Huntsvillt/. (llrl SiMiiil Council A Girl Scout Council meeting will he held in the Civic Clubrooms tomorrow at JO a. in. Personals Miss l l a l t l u W i l l i a m s has returned from a visit with rclaliv In Knrl Smith. * Mr*. Carroll K. Ariuistead r e - . turned this murninK from Mul- j bourne, Kla., where she has been visiting since December; Mr. and Mrs, Herbert Chandler and Mrs. o. H. Gamble attended the f u n e r a l of Robert P. Chandler Muskogcc, Oklahoma., Saturday. * The Rev. W i l l i a m F. Conlcy and the Rev, Arnold Simpson arc In Dallas, Texas, to attend Ministers Week, being conducted at Southern Methodist University. Cpl. Floyd K. Burns, an automatic rifleman In Company B of the ' F i f t h R e g i m e n t , which has been in Korea since August 10. 19.11, is on duty with the First Cavalry Division on Hokkaido, the northernmost of the Japanese Islands. The division was recently t r a n s f e r r e d to J a p a n following 17 months of frontline d u t y in Korea, Jbituary Sam Ntcl yam iM';il. 91, ])!onccr fnniicr of Mnrlisun County rlicfl nt Jiis luunc .,!.-,· \VrrJry last nlghl. Mr \vns bnrn Nni'pmbci' 22, 185ft in Mncli- foii Cn'.inly. HP was a mcmlici' of Uic P r i m i t i v e Baplisl Church. Surviving him nro one son, Krcd Nc;il; one daiiRhlcr, Mrs. Troy Lcdbcttcr; six Rnuulchilrlrcn and cl",ht tfrc;il jzrandchildrcn. Funeral services will be con- duclcd nt Wesley School Inmorrnw aflcninon nt i! o'clock. \.'ltli buri;il in the Wefilry comctcry under ihc direction nf lirasiicniv: Funcnil Alvoh T. Swift Alvcih '!'. Swift, 78, cnrpcnlcr ;uul cuntraclor and resident of KiiyeUevtilc for Ihc past 27 ycar.s,! died Saturdny nftwiioon at 2 j fj'i'luuk in the Washington Counly Hor.pftal. Mo was born June 23, J873, m O l d h f u n Counly, Ky,, the son of Hen iind fiholta Swift, and 'came here from Kentucky. There arc MCI survivors. Funeral service was to be conducted this (iftenioon at 2 o'clock in the Providence Bapiist Church by ihc Rev. Mr. Krvin. Burial was '.o be in Karminjjloii cemetery, un- fer the direction of Moore's Fun- ·ml Chapel. Harry W. Sanford Kuneral servico for Mnrry W. S;m'nrd, 59, Fayctlcville business man who died Friday, were con- rlucted .Saturday at 2 p.m., at Ihc Watson Mortuary by tin: R e v . , D. L. Dykes, Jr., pastor of the \ Central Mcthoditit Chuix-h. Burial I was in ihc Evergreen cemetery. ; Acii"? pBllbenrers were Dr. Ed j Hoed, Robert L. Travis, Frank W. D;ivis, Roy Scott, Judge James Plah, and Karl PaRc. Honorary pallbenrers were Ray Ellis, Jack Rone, John BagRclt, Robert Morse, P. R. Green, Cecil Farley, Dr. Howard J. MU*RV, Roy Sanders, H u g h Kincaid, Wallace Buxton, Rov · Sbcltoir of ' Cwrthafic Mo., V.'R. Chilton, W. C. Wbitfield, Jr., Dr. E. E. Chrislman, Dr. Coy Kiiyldr, Bricc Davis, Claylon Bell, Carl Bell, Pete Bell, and Al Short. Mrs. Mary Elian Nevins Spr.ingdHltt-fSpecial)-Mrs. Mary Elian Ncvinp, 86, died at the home of her son, James Pond, southwest of Springdalc, Saturday. She was bnrn at Pocahonlas, Ark., February 18, 1865. She was a member of. the Thompson Street Churftl. of Christ. Surviving her are two sons. James, with whom she made,her home, and Goorfcc, both of Springdale; f)iic daughter, "Mrs. Lillie Simpson, .Costa Mesa, Calif.; eight grandchildren and four great- grandchildren. Funeral .service w i l l be held tomorrow nt 1:30 i). m. in the Calli- wm-Slsco Funeral Home by the Itcv; Don Stevens. Burial .will be in" the Frill* cemetery, north of Hunlsville. Floyd T. Yarbtrry i'UiuM-ai, tor Floyd T. Yarborry, 77, who died in County Hospital Thursday, were held at 2 p rn. in the chapel of Nelson's Funeral Jlomc by the Rev. J. Robert Moffcll. Burial was in Fairview cemetery, Pallbearers were grandsons of Mr. Yarbcrry: James T'oyd Yarberry, Donald Yarberry. 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