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;., 2 NOtfHWKT ARKANSAS TIMK, feyttUyiNt, ArkÂ«mÂ«, Tueidoy, Ftbrwery 5, tÂ»SJ IIHIIIIIIIHI' Â·IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIll POPULAR ILLINOIS WEDDING SITE Daily Calendar of Events P| Tonight . . Â· : ji 'Sub Deb"Club. Sue Can-, 7 -. - K n \ r t l MCRcne Composite U n i t , KHPMII Hulldmc, 7 7$' Washington County Medical Sodely, U'athinglon l l o l r l , 7 (j: Sflfilh M i l i t a r y GuvcilimciH Ciroup, l ) 2 ' . j West Center, 7:;i() IJ-j Sportsmen's Club, Clubhouse. 7:311 O.Ii.S., Masonic H u l l , 7:;|(I D e m i t f r Garden Club. Mrs. Don Bniwn, 7:.10 Boston MuunlJiin Hesort Asinciatinn, M o u n l a i n h u i i ; , II JH-- Â· M s pi; t i c : re ; Cl ur -. n ' \r\ m : 'If I Wednesday . Â· . rlxrhr.nsc Club. Kci Kutim's, 12 Sigma Chi Wlu-s and .Mothers. Mr*. A l f r e d Hnthi-wk, 2:110 Dee Gee Club. 4 .Naval Reserve Electronic Company H-ft Drill, Kason K i n l i l i i i K , 7 i.iclUi Sisinu, Hu^h Kinr.airi, 7:!UI Kappa AlphM Plil. -15 Kasl llnrk Street, 7:30 Fliphl I). IIBWIh Volunteer Air Kmce Ileserve T r a i n i n g Squadron, Army ncscnc, 112'.i West Center, 7::ill Uimirjily Lnclge, U. IX. Masonic H u l l , 7:30 Unit roily Law Wives, Studrni Uninn, 7:.in V il It t| a :"t "Flashback" Features UA Strike The slwry of the "strike" nf the University student body 40 years ago Uiis spring In told hi the February Issue of Klashlwrk, which Was swil out toffily to members oC the 'Washington County Historical Society. Other, articles In Ihc current number give the history of two rural 'commuhltlc.i--Harmon imd '"Walnut Grove, The W a l n u t Grove "aHlcle'wiis written by Mrs. Jewell n. Hamblcn..The Harmon nrllcle, written -by Linda Klnlon, won tirti prize In .the society's recent public-school essay contest. Thn raster of Co. E, Arkansas Confederate Cavalry, composed of Washington County men, is given. There is also n list of Revolutionary pensioners living in Arkansas. According to the latter, article there were 27 veterans of the American Hevolutlon living in Arkansas in 1810, eight of them In Waslilnglon County, The. Wash- Jnclnn County veterans were Bedding Pufmfln, John Liggett, James 1/ceper, Samuel Gregg, Martin Ulindlemau, Aaron Smith,Henry Scott and Warren Phlllpolt. W. J. Lcmke, president of the From Diiiper Pins to Fraternity Pins No.moltor Iholr age, you will find our pharmacy Â· ready to servo everyone In your family wild all that's lotoil and best In drugs and sundries. Make us your headquarters for health. GatUei 100 W. Diekion. Phont 3000 county hiKloi iujil widuty ;:nil rtli- \nr nf Klujslil'iick, rontributtis tin ;u1 i rip on UN* Hose collactlon of Ini.iinc-sn Icitcrs nf the 1880*8. J'Vy- Htcvilk* firms reprt.trnlcd im. 1 the H a n k i n g House rf W l l l i i i m Mc- Iltoy, Gc'orÂ«e S. A l h i i ^ h t , mid JcrnlfCfliii B n l p f u h r ft Cu. The lot- tors rnvoiil Ihtit there wits n Mmiit- pox epidemic in Knycltcvltlc in Urn spring of Iflfl2 t h s i t brought biiKlnrjif; 1n R slmidslill. Other rewiftble nrticlcfi art 1 "Firiii PostofficTK in Wfi.sbiMutuii County" and "nuÂ»lripss Directory nf 1000." An announc'Cnicnl rcvrnln (hat thf! society will m;ikc n pilcrimngo In Kilt horn Tavern March fl, in obiicrvnnco of the fldlh fliiiilver.inry of the b a t t l n of Pen HidKc. The socioty's April luur will be In Mnfiiilrotown find tho KltcK nf ihe cnrly Whiti Ulvnr :;ot- tinmen L^, Friendly Circle Meets With Mrs. John Clark Mt'5i J o h n (Mark enlerl.iintMt Ihe Fricnrlly Circle .Club last nlcbt with a 'Valentine parly. Kifleen member/i and f i v e snesls, Mrs. .1. n. Meek, Mm. Ted WII1K Betty Rice, ttonnlc Cole, and Vickie Sue Joneff, were present. Mm. Everett Cole led the dcvo- catlonal, noil call \vas answered with current" Hayings. Alter the Imslnesrf mcctlnu, Kamcs *erc played nml Valentine n\t\z were exchanged. MrÂ«. .l^ikc 0,'Rell received the mystery pae'!;aKC. Re- tresbments and decorations enrrletl onl the V a l e n t i n e meilif. 't'he next nicclln^ will be held February II wllh Mrs. Cverctl Cole. ' Charles Grays Complimented At Dinner Party Mr. and Mrs. George Cole and Mr. and Mrs. Carier Short enter- lalncel with a d i n n e r parly Sntnr- elay evening at the Cede home 1 on Clcburn Street, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray who will leave soon lo make their home at SprinRfleUI, I I I . Guests wort; Dr. and Mrs. Jim Stoeker, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Thomas, Mr. anet Mrs. Charles Hanks, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Mor- rlss, and Mrs. John Barnhill. Out of town Huesls were Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Mathews and Mr. and Mrs. Ray DauKherty, all Of L i t t l e Hock. THIS HtART and cupld'a.dnrt rnniJC('ni''I of Mr. and Mrs. "Arthur Martin fainou.H In Aicola, ill. Built for a Valentine's day ornament, lt!i fame apreml am] it became scene of- weilrllngs. U fa. a atecl f r a m e covered will! UtuuHamln of anialJ rocks act In concrete. (International j Births Mr. Kiict MrK. .Irssln Genr .lohn.sun Mr. and Mrs. .Ir.ssio Gnnc Jnhn- ,son of Fay el lev i lie announce 1ho birth of Â« clanphlcr, Kcliruary Ji, at the County Hospital. Mrs. W. C. Cross Named President Of koyt Council Mrs. \V. C. Crus.s has been named new piesidcnt nf the Kay- ctlcvillc Girl Scout Council, re-, placing Mrs. J, H. Moslon, retiring Mrs. Cross moved to K a j e l l c - villc in July. 1IM7, from Neosho, Mo,, and took over the leadership f a Scout troop in Ifl-tfl, carryni: them through Ihe seventh an.! ilglith grades. Previous experience was wilh a Brownie troop In S a l l n n , Kan. Also in 11148 she became president of the Girl Scout Lenders C l u b holding the office for one year and leader's representative on the Girl Scout Council for two yrars. Another contribution Mrs. Cro:;s has made In her work w i l h the r'aycltcvillc Scouts is Ihe organization of a Girl Hcout Choir, with members from all over the city. Her choir has been singing for three years nnd has each year put on a Christmas program on the square as part of the Chamber of Commerce prc-Chrlslmas activities and has sung carols at the local hospitals. Hcsidcs h e r n i r l Scout activities, Mrs. Cross was Ways and Means c h a i r m a n for the v.-omMi's group a t t h e C e n t r a l Presbytcrfan Church for three years and is now n circle c h a i r m a n . Shu has been active In P.T.A. work at Lev- crcli and Is at the present home room c h a i r m a n . Three At lend Meeting Of AMVETS Commiftee .Jninc-s T. Phillips, G r a h a m I-cupp and Orrin Henbest have returned fmm Little Rock where they met Sunday wilh drlegfitcs iilU:ml,inn Â» rnre.tlnji nf the state K x m i t i v e Commlttet* nf Iho AMVKTK. Tho s t a t e A u x i l i a r y c m n m i t t e e met a] tlic snine t i m e in L i t t l e Hock. Plans were made for each pnsl in ni-^ani;'.c ,1 prnCnmi fur blnod- donations, and r n m m t l - tecs ware a p p u i n t f d to assist in the orfianiy.atlon of new AMVKT posts. llcnbt-sl, wlm is slnlo cnm- mnnder, dc.srrihed "Opcrntlon Kriendshiji,' 1 a natinnu'itlc pro- Krtim flr^iqncd to bring about better 1'etnlion.s wilh foreign countries. Its theme Is to havn Anier- i r n n rliiklren send IhousHtid;; (if "friendship balls" lo chlklrcn o? other i-nimtries to provide toy. 1 ; and in LMicouviiKc t h e ycninjrstrrs lo M a r t ;t flood of friendly cooperation. Colonel Neilson Welcomes Officers Into Army Reserve In a ceremony lick! Saturday, at the University, Col. Henry Neilson, PMST, awarded commis- ! "ions as second lieutenants in the . United Stales Army Reserve to 11 KOTC eadetj, and congratulated | them Upon their successful com- ^kron of the arlvnncc course. The responsibilities of an Army ofi.cor "io his country, his superiors and lo the men under him was Etreracd by Colonel Neilson in his talk. A f t e r bis t a l k be present- eel ncserve commissions lo the folleiwinj! men: I n f a n t r y ; Hobcrt . I). Lovinii, Memphis, Tenn.; W i l l i a m D. Mob. j ley; Choudrant, La.; Gene T. 1'or- i t e r , Hot Sprlnsn; .iamcs W. Sewcll, | K a y c t l e v l l l c ; Robert L. Stephens, j Hot Springs; Lawrence L. Wat- I Uins, Fnyeltcvlllc. | Quartermasler Corps: Luther C. BlKjt.i, Conway; Charles S. Gray, Kaycllevillc; Lloyd M. Jones, Arsenal. SiKn.il Corps: Jacob C. AKCC. I'inc B l u f f ; Ilowarrt'P. Cross, Little Rock; Auburn D. Kendall, Jr., Loiian: Thomas K. Little, Kort Smith; Adolph Towns, Kmackover. Make Your Yard the Most Beautiful for Allies Around! Choose your jeweler before Honshu; Jewelry-- Hr-rlic':; 30- ff4 The Oldeil OHico Supply Houie In Norlhweit ArknnslK IT'S VALENTINE TIME WÂ» have the onei you want, from 1e to $5.00 eoch |*| | j J rÂ«yÂ«ncjrlllÂ«'i Lurgeil Snlccllon _ Styled by Gibson I'm ^ " -- -- -- -- -- -- -- H. Â« W _ H -- Â·Â» Â«Â·Â· B^ fe Flavor TOPS THEM ALL! YM, nil your w n f f l n , nmicnkn Â«nH ! hot hrriidi! firltfin's \\i\Wt Syrup is MI rlrh w i l h maplp flnvnr . Â«ncl MI 1/rirA- I h l t l w a f f l e * s l n y r r i s n , I panrikra itiiy firm. Costs loss too-- | K'fl tome toilÂ»yl . | 12 County Children Receive Treatment The a n n u a l report of Miss H u t h j Hoail, Mipei'iiiU'iidpnt of the Ar- I kansiis Children's Hcimo and llos-! pital, disclosed today t h a t during j 111.11, 11! children nf Washington ! Cminty received t r e a t m e n t . Pa- lli'iils from W a s h i n g t n n C o u n t y who v.-i'iT treated at the hospital (luring I!)5I include; Harold Clrn- ham. Lnrry Mowerman. Hiirt Pur- cilltT. Larry Kpp, .James Graham. Carolyn Warfnrd. F r a n k l i n l-'lem- ing, I h i R h Na)iicr, Lee Wynne, Dickey J e n n i n g s , Lli da Farmer,! Donald .li'rneg.m and Carl While. I Crew* UN !Â· 10 ft. nigh Early. Blooming 1ULIP1REE *^ tor SpecUl-by-Malll N o t h i n n you cnnli) Â· t l i i n t w i l l Rive you -.s nuich 5 f i t l n l n c lion ji* one or llitiso ( n i l , untie- \-- Â· -- Â· T -- / l i c v n t i l y lovply T u l i p Trees. And il will Inrrcner tlic vnliic of your prnprrly huntlrcdK of rtollwrs in J u s l n (rw jcam. Dlnoins early nnd lotiR w i t h druse masses nf fi-pctal t u l i p rinwrr.i. I.crtvcs arc A deep rlrh grrrn. W n n d c r f u l shade. W i l l liinkp your ynrd n showplncc for years to come. Grmvs fast. Very linrdy. We send n s t r n n K tree .T to A feel for xuciTCMful t r n n s n l a t i t l n g L i m i t e d mipplv! Send SI Inr I $'i for .1. poslpnld. C. O. D.'.i urlrnnir. S n i l R f n c t l o n Â«\iarÂ«nlcefl or voitr money hack. K X T R A OIKT, A rolorful Rt-tl Twin PnRWond. KRUfE NUMftlHICft, Otpt. 11431 Â·1Â«*mlnnt*n, HMnelt TflflPPIDV Our modern plnn tnkcs you to h o m e o w n e r s h i p t h e easy, monthly payment wÂ»y. No renewals, no mortgage due. No Rtd Tope -- No Delay FAYETTEVILLE BUILDING and LOAN ASSN. 'The Home Association for Home People '19 I. Ctnur - fhwit 353 Twg Graduates Honored At Dinner /Â· Pt\ Chaptcrii Â«! Chi OIIIIIKLI cn- tcrtalncd with a b u f f e t luncheon' Siilurdny in honor of tv:o gryd- uatcc, Jacque Cialluwny, president, and Barbara Brothers Harrington, Uolh of Little Iloi'k. Â· Guests were members (if the ;;r,uluatcs' families, chapter board founders, and active members of the chi.p.ter. Personals Hal Douglas and Sam K. Gciir- harl left yesterday on. a husiness trip to Memphis, Tcun., nnd Birmingham, A4a. arrived here Sunday from Camp Caraon, Colorado Springs, Colo., to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester McChi'istHm and Mr. nd Mrs. J. K. Edlln. Lieutenant Me-. ChrlEllan will be assigned to over- | seas duty the last of Ihe month. CONFER ON DISCORD IN EGYPT Mrs, J. F. Doiiclsoii is in S(. Louis, Mo., where .-he is inking some posl-xr;trlunlG work at Ftarncs Hospjtnl. SÂ«t. Jmnes W. Harris w i l l Io;ivc this weekend for fort Sill. Okl;i. ( after vtallinu here w i t h his parents, Dr. find Mrs. George Harris. Mrs. .Inck Herring and sun, Car!, of San Antonio, Texas, arc here vtailiiiK Mrs. Herring's brother-in- law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Casio Hoberlson, Jackie Mhunn has returned from Houston, fll'cxns, where he vi.-;ited his rifiughtcr, attended the Houston Ful Stock Show'and Roy Rogers nodeo. Howard Grubbs of Dallns. Texas has returned home after spending Ihe day hero yesterday.. He is Southwest Conference commissioner. Mr. and Mrs. Otto W a n l u r k returned Saturday from St. Louis. Mo., whore Mrs. Waiiluek \vns a patient at Barhcs Hospital for the past week. Chttrlcs Gray is expected to arrive here 'Thursday to remain until the wcHtcnd, at which time ho and his f a m i l y will return to Springfield, 111., were they will make their home. Mrs. .lay Fu.lhri^ht has returned from n visit in Little flock, w i t h Mr. and Mrs. Sam Peck and with Jack K u l b r i g h l and f a m i l y in Pine B l u f f . She arrived la.st night with Mr. finri Mrs. Peck who will be at the Washington Hotel for a few rinys. l.t. and Mrs. Glenn McChristian Guests in the home of Dr. and Mrs. J, w. Butler, Jr., arc their daughter, Mrs. John S. Toney. J r . and twin sons, John and Jim, of Dayton Texas; Dr. Butler's father and brother, J. W. Butler, Sr., of Houston, Texas and -Dr. D. C. Butler of Commerce Texas. * Mr. and Mrs. C. G. THpp of Cane H i l l have recently returned home after an extended visit with their son, Stacy Tapp and his wife, in UCMYCI\ Colo. They returned by the v/iiy of Oklahoma City, Ok la'., and veiled the hist wccl: with their son, Harold, who wa.-: recently released from .the Air Corps and is now A t t e n d i n g the Oklahoma University in Oklahoma City. Announcements University Law Wives University Law Wives Club will meet tomorrow night in the Student Union at 7:30 o'clock. BRITISH AMBASSADOR to Egypt, Sir Ralph Stevenson (left), Is shown in Cairo with Premier AM Mahcr Pasha as thpy discussed methods of ccUIing the discord between Great Britain and Egypt. (International) Cotton is the moj-'t v.rluj'blf fivH Ktudif's consislnntl.v .qHn-" ''-at crop in the British protectorate ol pcnplc b l i n k more frequently un- Uganda, Africa. 1 dcr trying seeing conditions. H A L L M A R K V A L E N T I N E S McROY McNAIR Pho. 131 CRAVENS BLDG. Best-Known For Chest Colds Brings relief 2 ways at once! University Womens Club The University Women's Club w i l l meet Friday at :j p. m. in theÂ» Faculty Clubrooms. School of Law I and Institute of Science ;.r,d Tech- noloRy members v.-ill compose the hoslcss RI-OUII with Mrs. Robert Lcflar anel Mrs. W. W. Crigoricff ax co-chairmen. L. II. Burton will pi-cscnl a program on "bandscap- hiR w i t h plants anel tree^ in Fay- cttcvillc." Milelred l,ct Chapter of U. 1). C. The Mildrerl Lee Chapter of U. D. C. will meet at the home of Mrs. Alctiin EHSOII, Sr., on West Ditkson Street, Thursday at 2:30 p. m. Â· Chi Omcita Mothers Club The Chi Omega Mothers Club v/ill meet Thursday at 2:30 p. m., in the home of Mrs. C. M. Law- ftin. 2*10 North Collece Avenue. Modern mothers know you can't beat Vicks VnpoRub for, miseries of colds. The moment you rub it on throat, chest and beck VapoRub starts right to work 2 ways at once ... And It keepi up this special tcnctrattitg - stimulating action for hours. It eases muscular soreness and tightness and brings warming, comforting relief even while you sleep. IF THERE'S MUCH COUGHING OR STUFFINESS... . . Â·: get deep-action reliel in seconds with , VapoRub in steam-2 heaping spoonful* of Vicks VapoRub in vaporizer or bowl of boiling water 1 as directed in package. Every single breath relieves upper bronchial congestion and coughing spasmsl Mow you can judge car value for yourself! Go I Ihe complete fads and figures Hie "Show Doivn'Way! only HodJ;R gives von the wonderfully smooth Orfllow Hide. In the group of fcittutvs classified under "Safely," you'll see for yonrself thai only Dnrige gives you - Safcly-Uhn wheels nnd longer- wearing Cyclcbond hriikc linings. Score the proof for yourself! A'o "Strinfis"*--i\o OhUgnlion Conic 1 in today JUK! get.your own copy of lliu "Show JDuwn*' booklet. It's convincing, it's convenient, it's free. Take it home and make money-saving comparisons at your leisure. You'll learn \vhai thousands* of new Dodge owners will testify: "You could pay hundreds of dollurs more for n car nnd still not get all Dodge gives you I" ea room, scat wit an Mrulcli-uul oom wilh t h a t of other cars costing undreds of dollars more, You get the ctual specifications instead of vague eneralizations. Uoclgc gives you lor your n S comfort, ecrtnomy and safety. : . Though Dodge costs less than Ihc t other "cars compared, you will see that '52 DODGE NOW ON DliPLAY HOUSTON TAYLOR MOTORS Â· 14-21 N. College Aye.