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2----NOHTHWHT ARKANSAS TIMIt, tayctttvlfe, Arkamen, W«dn«doy, February *, 1951 HIIIIIIMMIlillllllllMIIIIIIIIDIIIIIMIIIinilllllllllllHItllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIII acte 'Dream'Girl" Candidates Named MRS. KATHlfiN OOZIIR IIUIIIIIMIIIIIIlllIIIMlllMliiiiimiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiillilHIIllllllllHlllMlllllli Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . -.Naval Reserve Electronic Company B-R Drill, Kason n u l l r l i n f j , 7 Delia Slumn. Hugh KincnitI, 7:30 Kappa 'Alpha 1'hi, -IS Kast R o c k - S l r c c l , 7:.1(l j Flight 13, 08101)1 V n l u n l r c r Air Forcr Retorvr T r a i n i n g KiiUiulriui, T-'-W ' Army Hrcervr, 112's West Ccnlrr, 7:30 U'nlitrs'ily LodRf, U. IX, Masonic- H u l l , 7:30 · University Law Wivcj, Student Union, 7:30 Thursday . . . 11. D. Council. Lwlon llul, Hi a. m. notary Chili, \Vashlnulnn lintel, 12 rhni'itcr S. J'.E.O. Sislcjhoiwl. Mrs, Henry KroncnbcrR. 1:3(1 Mildred Lor Chnptcr, U.D.'C'.. Mrs. Alcuin Kttnn. Sr., 2:30 'Chi Omega Mothers Club, Mrs. C. M. Lav/ton, 2:31) Shnirrock Cluhr, Mrs. Ralph Snnforri, 2:30 Junior Assembly, Keller Studio, 7 Amcricnn Legion A u x i l i a r y , J.cirlnn H u t , 7:30 Chapter K, P.E.O., Mrs. Mcnrl MiMnncy, 7:30 Orient ncrilnl. UA Concert H u l l , fl Hudson-Russell Vows Pledged In Ceremony Here The wodiliiiR of Mrs. Mac llua- ncll of Furl Smith, and Walter C. Hudson of Pine Blurt, was held Siiunlny afternoon In Ihc First Presbyterian Church here by the ·Rev. J3in"s W. Duller, Jr. The ceremony wds performed f n l l n w . ing (irndwitlon exorcises at the University nt wiilch time Mr, Hudson's ton, 1,1, Kobcrt Hudson, received hi* Master* ncjjrec in Busjness A d m i n i s t r a t i o n . AticmlliiB the wedding were Major Hudson. Jr., Lieutenant Hudson, and Mrs. Walter Hudson,-Jr. A f t e r the carcrmmy, Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter C. Hudson. Si-., mn- (orcri lo Pine B l u f f , where t h e y are making . t h e i r home at the Hudson residence. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Peck left this murnlni! tp return lo their h»n)c In Little Bock. FEEL ACHY? OUI TO COLD ' MISERIES/ /* /* /* lymplomolit UOO RELIEF Train for frit Top Learn Many Secretarial Skills Business shorthand ma* chine operation or book- looping -- we offer ovary course you need to moke a c a r e e r of your job. Enroll today. Fayelteville Business College "The School You'll like" 308 W. Dickion Ph«ni II Lewis-Johnson Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Lowi: announce the engagement nnd approaching tnm-rlnge of tlirir dmiKh- Icr. Shirley Lewis*lo Cpl. Ilorm-r Krhvard Johnson,, jtnn of Mr. mid Mr*. F. C. Hyrri, *?3(i South Wash- In Rl.on Avenue. , Miss Lewis nHondtfd Ccntni] M l R h School in Tulsa, Ok'«., before coming hero. Corporal .Johnson who hns served with the Army fnr (he pnst three years, Jins recently been assigned to active service in th Far Itaht. ' Baldwin 4-H Club Elects Officers The D n h l w l n Son I or 4-11 Chili met Monday n i g h t , a\ w h i c h time officers wore elected JIK follows: Phillip Mlmnn. pre.sidi'nt; Honor T.vner, vico pn-'-sidunt; Lnis K i n q , sccretiir.v; Nancy Ret-d,' Hon« k;ul- ; Shirley Mhonn, reporter. A l proprnin cornmiUoc w;i:; (fleeted (n |)!an Hie next moot inn of t h e Jti'oup. which will be lield Fchruiiry 21. Cluunmui of the t'uinmiUcc is Elizabeth King, Skylight, Clublieels Wifh Mrs. Mavis The Skylliihl Hume Duiiinnstrn- tlnn Club met Friday in the home of. Miss Slelln M n v l s of P n i l r l e Grove. Mrs. Aurlii Cute read the di-vo- llniiril and the poem nf the- month Was read by Mrs. Hiizcl W i l l i i i i i i » . It was voted to t a k e a.s a project for the year, Ihc Morrow School .hmcli room. There were 2(1 present for t h e meeting- IneludliiK four Kuesls, Ivfrs. Charlie Lolla, Mcs. Asher, Mrs. Georgia Slinrp and Mrs. Gladys Pennel. Next monlli the chili w i l l meet ill the home of Mrs. Gertrude Smith. Defense Deparlmenf Announces Casual lies Arkansas' citFiiallies in t h e ' K o - renn area ha\'e liecn i i i i n o u n c e d hy the Department of Dclense today us: Killed In aclion, Pvl, Clove Driver, son of Mr. nnd Mr.--. Henry Driver, l l u g l i e k ; wounclivl. Pfc. Charles W. McKinney, hiisliniul of Mrs. A n n e McKinney, North 1..11- t l e Hock; Sgl. L u t h e r H. Moni- comery, snn nf jMr, and ,Mr$. Laurence MnnlRomery, L i t t l e Hock: P v t . Derlc L. Hini|)son, son nf Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Simpson, Jud.'nniit. S«t. Hilly Onw rotiinied Mi... day from acti\ p e ditty in Kdi-ea. in visit his grandmother. Mrs. J. K. Ooss. I'inlurert above arc candidates for the t i t l e of "Dream Girl of Pi K A" at the University of Arkansas. mote, Oklahoma.. Television Skit Presented At AAUW Meeting An ( i r l K i i u i l television s k i t , "Women Are Here To Stny," writ- Ion and directed by Mrs. I.,. K. Hurl was presented In t h e F:iy- I ' l t c ^ i l l n l l i n n c h of I h e American AK.snci.'ition of U n i \ ' r r s i l y "Women, yesterday aftci-uiion io the Game llnnm of tin: Htndent Union. Mrs. H a r t is Statuji o£ Women chairman. Other. 1 ; who p J i r l i d p a t r d in the u k i t were: Mrs. Conde W a l l e r , Mrs. Kilwnrd Heed, Mrs. U n b e l t K i i l i T h i l d , Mrs. Paul N n l a n d , Mrs. I.. M. MeGondwJn, Mrs. n. C. Wray, nnd Miss J u l i a V a u l x . Hostesses for the lea w h i c h preceded the mcetlni! were: Mrs. U. M. H n n k i n s , Mrs. J. G. Green, 1 Miss Elizabeth Kills. Mrs. Elmer I llocilt, Mrs. C. n. M n r p h v , Mrs. Phil Deal, Mrs. W i l l i a m S. K r a i - nur. Mrs. Ij. I,, llaxler. Miss Mnr.v Droke. Mrs. A l f r e d l l a l h c o c k , Miss Wincie Ann C i i r n i l h , Miss Catherine M c l l U R h nnd Miss Florence Claphani. Bronner Club Will Have Public Meeling Tnnmrrnw eveiiint! -at 7::in «'- clock, tlie H r a n n e r fienlnuy C l u b , .-ill o r g a n i z a t i o n of /;i'oloj;y slu- denis. v.'il! lun-e a public mcct- inc nt the Chemistry A u d i t o r i u m . There v / i l l be l\vo .shorl movies. "Oil Kor Tomcu'rnw" and "This Is A l u m i n u m . " II. C'. Cross, chief clinnisl for Alcoa nnd rVorcc Mc- Hride, ccolnKisi. w i l l jpeak. Oiiark Coinmunily Club Has All-Day Quilling The O/ark C o n i i n n n i t y C l u b met Monrlny w i t h Mrs. Oleila K l r m i i i K h n i n w i l h 12 ini'iobcrs nnd one Kucsl j)rrscnl. The day was spent in ciuillini! w i t h a l u n c h e o n , served at noon by the hostess. The next meelhiK w i l l be held I'YIminry 1(1. ;it the home of Mrs. P a u l i n e llrri-h. ' Explorer Scouts To ' Have Open House Open house for all Explorer Kcouls in the Northwest district will be held at' the University M i l i t a r y Arts Department from 7:30 to !) p.m. next Monday. The open house will be con- t ducted by U. Col. nay W. AHord, I professor of air science and. ,ac. tics, and M a j . H. C. Burton, serving as^explorer project officer. H. D. Council Meeting i To Be Held Tomorrow The Firsl Q u a r t e r l y Council meetinK f Hie County Home Demonstration Club will b e . h e l d ' lo- morrov. 1 at the l.c^ion ' H u l , s t a r t in/; at 1(1 o'clock. Following the business meeting' there w i l l he a program lio^inninjj at 1 (:.'!() o'clock, foreign Exchange s t u d e n t s w i l l appear on the pro- g r a m in the aflcnicion. Kach person is asked to brins a lunch. 'ersonals the U.S.S. Cascade has been as signed to special duty with the radio school class at Norfolk, Va Neil B.'Ingles has just returnee from Chicago, 111.,-where he at tended the meeting of the Nations Council of Proshytci'ian Men, ns the delegate of the local church and the Presbytery of Arkansas. Mr. a n d - M r s . Clarence Ashlock and son, Joe, 110 East Pr'uspce Street, wore called lo Sherman Texas, yeslcrdny because nf Uic illncs.-: of Mr. AshloeVs, father. .1 L. Ashlocl;. who died this morn- ili'; noon a f t e r t h e i r a r r i v a l . Clarence Ashln:-k is employed nt the Veterans' J l n s p i l a l and Mrs. Ash- Inck is o f f i c e it'cretar.v at t h e Faye t t c v i l l u Business College. Announcements Chapter K, P.E.O. Chapter K, I'.E.O. will meet tomorrow at 7:3(1 p.m. w i l h Mrs Mear! McKinncy. Mrs. Orrin Henbest will be co-hoj-tess. Practical Nurses P r a c t i c a l nurses w i l l meet tomorrow nt 7:31) p.m.. in the Nurses Home at the City Hospital. Mr. atirl Mrs. Herbert Thnnia.s, , v.'lin llace heen \'i.-:ilinir in L i t t l e Shamrock Club I.Vock for tile past week, rclurnod [ The Shamrock Cl'ub will mee! home Saturday. Congratulations, Boy Scouts Voung toes wriggle with joy in Boslonicin Ji's, BOLD STYI.K !K! H'/ii/f Ti/i tblnnl in Hniii'ii Vent NOH5I STVI.B 1:10 JWorriuin Front Illiiclirr f/t/nrrf i/i llmu-n Vfal (·/AO I/I Hill? ffntiC SIM SI-YI.K ;i(ij Your son will he proud as punch in Ihcsc Bo.sUniian Jrs. Miiiurc Myling, roomy ctimfori. livcryihing lhai active growini; f cc t Dr. nncl Mrs. Dnvirl Russell nf I Si. liniiis, i\1n., n r r i v r r l last n i c h t ! and iire t h e cuqsts of Mr. find Mrs. j Hoycu Jj.nn.sford. j ]\lip. nenny R a p ^ o t t anrl son, J Mike, of Hus.srtlville. liave r e - ; turned t( Ihoir home following ;i ' v i s i t liorc w l i h her lutsbands p a r - J nuts, Mr. nnd Mrs. .?. Tl. Hogget1.1 She nnd lior son will leavo R u n - } ;:cllvilk' Friday In j n i n licr h u s - ' bund, \vho is xtationrd w i t h i h e j Medical rOv;ictiintinn Air Squadron, j in Honolulu, H n w n i i . Sonman I'ii^t Class Larry Raj,'-; ^ctt who has been serving n board For Reservof/ons And Tickets MR _ STEAMSHIP- -- HAIL HOTELS -- TRAVEL AND LUGGAGE I N S U R A N C E A M E R I C A N T R A V E L E R S ' CHEQUES No Service Charge Independent A Conducted Tour* K R U G E R TRAVEL B U R E A U 704 Main rnnne 5-7870 LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS H A L L M A R K V A L E N T I N E S McROY McNAIR Pho. 131 CRAVENS BLDG. Who Gives Green Stamps?? McKoahan'i Fabric Center * 18 East Center Johnson's Paint and W a l l p a p e r Store 25 N o r t h Block SI, Hilton Bros. Drivo-in F u r n i t u r e Slor* Hwy. 71 N o r t h Town Campui MEN'S WEAH O i a r k t h e a t r e Bldg. L n n u r Rroi. Shoe Stores South Bldi Squnrt We Do! ' Fairwqy Grocery 416 N. Collcgt Glann'i Dairy (Houtv to houfc« delivery} rhonn 660-W-4 Oiark Cleantrs 101 North Block SU Harlan'i Service Station Frinndly Gulf Station 11 N o r t h Collogi McRoy-McNnir r«yptl(ivlll« P r i n t i n g Co, RtlKll Slori CASH Sulet Only Phillips Motor Co. 62D North ColUgi Moore's Gift Shop 25 North Block SI. Foirwoy H a r d w a r e 230 Mill SI. Waggoner'i B a k e r y 108 Weil C.nt.r St. Quaker Diug Store 22 Cad Ctnlic St. Bcebe'i Jswelori U Cm! Conter Redeem your SH Green Stomps ot the Redemption Center, 420 North Colle 9 e tomorrow at 2:31) p.m., with Mrs. Ralph Sand/ord, .120 Jla Street. Whit, nock Homo Demonstration Club The- White Rock Home JJemon- stralion Club will sponsor a box nuppcr at the Community Hou:;c next Monday at 7:30 p.m. Proceeds from the supper will go toward the building fund. Baldwin Commandcry, Kour B.'tldwin Commandcry Number Four, w i l l meet tomorrow night at 7:30 p. m. Country Club Valentine Party A V a l e n t i n e party w i l l be jih'cn at the Country Club Tor members, Saturday night. Dinner w i l l be served from 7 to 8 o'clock, followed Ijy dancing and bridge. Junior Assembly J u n i o r Assembly \vill be held tomorrow n i g h t at 7 o'clock at the Kclliir Studio..Colored movies of the mid-winter party . will be shown. West Fork Mrs. Charlie Hny is a patient in the City Hospital. The Sunbeam Class, under the direction oT Mrs. M. L. Morgan, gave a parly February 2 ,'it the Haptist Church basement for Mrs. .1. O. l.imiscy's department beginners, primary and juniors and teachers, Mrs. Hnrlon and Mrs. Irene Tipton. There were 25 pre.i- ent. Hot chocolate and cookies were served. C. C. Stockblirccr, Mr. and Mrs. Gus C l i f t o n and daughter. Cornice, wont to fingers Sunday to nttcnd Die insfallation of Joe Fay JVIoorc as an elder, in the Presbyterian church. · The J^cv. Douglas Brewer, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, had as liis gmst at the Sunday evening service his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brewer of Dallas, Texas. Tile Pageant .Committee met Sunday at the Baptist Church. The Ilev. Rnyinoud Reed acted m c h a i r m a n . Members from the d i f - ferent churches arc the Rev Douglas Brewer, Mrs.' T. L. Mc- Knisht and W. E. Phillips of the Presbyterian Church; the Ii;v. Raymond Reed and Paul Curtis of the Baptist Church; the Rev. Pauline Stcclc, the Rev. Mary R u i n B r a n n a n , Mrs. Mary Rose and Mrs. l.illimi Webb of the Assembly uf God Church; tlic Rev. John Asbcll, Mrs. Lon Thomas and Mrs. L i l l i a n Garnclt ot the Christian C h u r c h , and Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Woods of the West Fork school. The following officers were elected to form a permanent organization: Mrs. T. L. Mclvnighl, c h a i r m a n ; Mrs. Lillian Garnctt, secretary, Paul Curtis, treasurer, and Mrs. Mary Rose, historian. The name West Fork Community Religious Council was adopted. The group decided to sponsor four yearly activities: Easter pageant, Christmas pageant, World Day of Prayer, and Thanksgiving service. The community gave n house warming Thursday night honoring the Rev. and Mrs. Dean Parker, who have recently moved into their new home. The 3!) guests present, included Mrs. Lcla Carter, H. A. Carter, Molly Templelon, Mrs. Ed Sample, Mrs. Chester Harp, Mr. and Mrs. ,f. O. Phillips, Mrs. Katherine McFann, the Rev. and Mrs. Floyd Parker, Ernest Stockburgcr, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Clifton, Mrs. George Frcew, Suzanne and Margaret Williams, George Porter. Harvey Chase, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Kirkpatrick, Mrs. B. I,. Porter, Mrs. Elsie Chase, Phillips -Porter, C. D. Chase. Gus Clifton, Mr. .and Mrs. C. R; Paulk, Abe Karnes, Mrs. H. B. Copcland, Mr. and Mrs. .1. W. Crawlcy, Mr. atid Mrs. Roy Fnren, Mr. nnd Mrs. Garlcn Forn, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bartholomew and children, Lnrotta, Carlis and Thomas Bartholomew, and'Louise Foron. Special guests from Baptist Ford and Strickler were present. Suzanne Williams sang "God Bless This Mouse." Mrs. L i l l i a n Garnett sang a special, and by request, the Rev. Dean Parker sanfi "God's Tomorrow." Refreshments were served from a lace covered table, f l a n k e d with a bouciuct arrangement of assorted seasonal flowers. Hostesses were Mrs. Edna JJokc, Mrs. Opal Walker, Mrs. Lillian Garnett; Mrs. Virginia Carter, Mrs. Rebecca Williams, Mrs. Mac Kirnet, Mrs. Hazel Fine, Mrs. Coralee Clifton. Mrs. Lulu - Slockburwr, Mrs. J u a n i l a 'Holland. Don't Suff« Another Mtniu No mntu r how many remedies you hnvc tried far itch me eczema, psoriasis, infections, athlete's foot or whatever vonr rtin trouble' rony b»-- tnythln* froir head to font-- WONDtR SALVE · ml Womler Medic* trd Soup «n heir you. Developed fnr the hoys In the Army -now for y«r folks at home WONDER SALVE I* while, creweien, ·inmrptlc. No ugly appearance. Safe for children. Get ufONDER SALVE * ami WONDER ANTISEPTIC SOAP-- rcsullp or money refunded. Truly wonderful preparation. Try them. Sold in FtyviitYUl* far Qu«k«r, Rickelts, and FayvtUrill* Drug Stores; or your hometown druggtsL WHILE THEY LAST Venetian Blinds $345 Most Sizei Whil. Linoleum Tile 9x9--.08-10 each 6x6--.05 each Fayetteville Floor Co. THE BLAIRS, STATIONERS °»*- ·*»» The Oldest. Office- Supply House in Norihweit Arkansas IT'S VALENTINE TIME We hove the ones you want, from U to $5.00 each I ' clleTilli's Lcrgtst Selection -- Styled by Gibson DRESS BELTS -- BUCKLES COVERED BUTTONS Custom Finished And Ready lo Wear Jhe Same Day We Receive Your Order, SfeH Groen Stamps on Ereryihing MeKeahon's Fabric Center ,,. ,,,, and Greeting Card From 35 NORTH BLOCK We Give S.SH. Green Stamp* tetter MAPS at home wfff, G«t a bag today at your nnny piwi, rnkra, hrrnrl-ymir hnked things hnvo (hut ronl homomnde Roorlncss only wlicn Ihcy're ronlly made ot home. And remcmlwr, it's Ihc home rreipr* nnd l.ho oxtrd. frcsli, oxtrn-nch in(?rcdionlfl only .voii onn put, into them thnt givn your baked things real homemade flavor. Saves monoyl SAFEWAY STORE

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