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, r.b.u.r, IP !· xfLijtiiiiimim M«. KATHIKN DOZIM t l l l l H I I I l l l l l M M l l l l l l l i m i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i l l l l l l l i l l i i t i i i i i i i l i i i - c o l Daily Calendar of Events r j u n l p r Assembly, Keller StutUo, 7 * jJAmrrlcan Lesion A u x i l i a r y , Legion H u t . 7:3(1 ; t Chapter K, P.E.O., Mrs. M c n r l McKlnncy, 7;::o ~- .{Organ Recital, UA Concert Hall, 8 .; BlsConlacI Club. Washington Hotel. 7:.1(l a. m. 'Jfuff'aycltevillc Board llcallors, Feicuton's, 12 ' 2 'University. Women's Club, Facully Cluhmoms, ;i »· -UCT and Auxiliary, Civic Clubrooms, 7 ;°l'"Majnr Barbara." Art Center, 7:30 :i /Washington Lodge One, Masonic H a l l . 7:11(1 ··ijJjClrcIn Eight Square Dance Club, Student Union, l| ; pci Beelcr-Brink ·dv iorjVows Said ]:*"' Mn and Mrs. Orville C. Brink of - ' JlurliaiVt, anni'Uncc Ihe marriage * let of Ihcir daughter, Wilma Louise : ' to Thondorft L. Bccler, son of Mrs. A. Bccler ot DcValls B l u f f , on January 31. The double ring ceremony was performed in the prayer chapel of the Central Methodist Church by Dili ncv. 13. L. »ykj«, Jr. The bride chose for her wcd- dinR .a suit of rose tweed with navy blue accessories. Hpr only attendant was Miss Juanita Robbins. , After R short wcd-'lnii t r i p lo Eureka Springs, they arc now .at liome in Fajittcvlllc, who'-c Mr, Eccler Is attending thi! Untvcrnlly. Edmuiid Kurtz To .Appear In Concert Here Kdmuiul Kurlz, virtuoso cellist, will be presented in a concert by the University February'20, at 8 p.m. In the Arts Center Concert "Hall. There will be no charge for the public concert. Known'thi! world over,'the artist h«s been engaged us soloist, w i t h loading orchestras and condue- . lors, including . Toscanlnl and Iho NBC .Symphony; Kousscvltzky '"' A R I S E ! "Why ill you thtr. .nd di.J" TUNE IN KBRS Monday thru Saturday, till a. m. Sunday, 1 p. m. ^;HEV. BEBYL E. BETH and Ihc Hoslon Symphony; the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Chicago .Symphony, He is (hi- brother of Ufrcm Kurt?., conductor, of the Kansas City Philharmonic. Born in Leningrad, Russia, he and his f a m i l y left In 11)18 for Germany, where he studied. His first public appearance was In Rome at the age of 1*1, In 19,'lfi he came In America on his honeymoon, am; decided In slay ln;Chlcagn, where IIP became the first desk (nan wllh the Chicago Symphony. In 11144 be rcgls- lerccl tn devote himself to sn'.n appearances, and has made worldwide concert tours, Mr. Kurt/, owns the famous "Hausmunn" Stradl.varius cello, called, Ihe most v a l u a b l e cello in the world. Miss Joan Kelly Complimented At Bridal Shower Miss Joan Kelly, bride dirt of Visit f aimachn,. was complimented w i t h parties and showi rs Insi week among which was a miscel lancous shower,* given by M i * Hobcrl K. While at her home on Highway 45. cast. G i f t s from the 4'1 guo. [ ;ls were received by Ihe honurco In a large .insket ornamented w l l h red and svhltc'hearts. The v a l c n l i n e motif wns also carried out in tn,ble dcc- nrallomi a n d refreshments. T h e table, covered w l l h a cut work cloth, was centered w i t h red and white flowers, and Ihe i n d i v i d u a l cahex were iced wilh the names, Visit nnd Joan. Cut flowers were d throughout the ,bousc. , MnvElla B. Hurst and Mrs. Mac Armstrong presided at the table. VA'tftt TINE'S McROY t McNAIR Pho. 131 CRAVENS BLDG. (New Member |Received By Sigma Chi Club The .Sigma Chi Mnthe.n, C l u b met at Hi.- hum" of Mrs. A l f r e d J l a l h - j cock ycslmlay afternoon, with 18 i members and one guest, Mrs.; C'harlCK Bycrs, prcsenl. Mr.-.. Bycrs; of K|rin|;dale. and Kansas City, 1 Mo., became a new member o f ' Hie club. j Mrs. George. McKinncy, prcsi- d e n t , presided d u r i n g the business: n.cclliig, at which lime Mrs.} C-1-mly l l a r l a n was named chairman of a committee, to decorate the now powder mom al the Sigma Chi house. A box of membership .cards was given lo the club by Pen-in Jones nf Scarcy, In be mailed to all Sigma Chi iiolhcrs Ibroiinlioul A r 1; a n s a s, several nlhcr states, Mexico and Nicarauga. A letter from a member, Mrs. H. P. Bartholomew, giving dclajlcd description of her lirsl o f f i c i a l d i n n e r g K e n in Panama, was read by Mm. George Mnwcn. At the conclusion of Ihc business meeting, gucsls were invited i n i o the d i n i n g room. Table decorations and refreshments carried out a p i n k and w h i l e color scheme, i Mrs. _W. H. Scruggiiis presided at I Ihc cofff-e service, Mrs. McKinncy served the cake, and Mrs. Herbert Thomas served cranberry ice. The March mecling w i l l be held ' w i l h Mrs. R.. \V. Roberts. I Hammons-Agnew Marriage Performed lingers, Ark.-(SiJccial)-Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Agncw of ilarficld announce Ihe marriage of llieb d.iughlcr, Belly, to Hilly l l a m - nions, son nf Mr. and Mrs. W M. Hammons, Route 5, Best. A r k . J a n u a r y 1C. The vows were spoken in 4hc home of Fred Todd, juslicc of Ihc. peace. A t t e n d a n t s were Mr and Mrs. M a r v i n l l a m m n n s . A sl.nwcr honoring the newly weds was an event of February I gh-eii in Iho homo of Mrs.' Bil Mi-Olnnis. Mr. and Mrs. J l u m i n o u s arc m a k i n g t h e i r home In ringers. Announcements Haiti School Program The first and second grade students of Bales School will present a playlet, "Modern M o t h e r Goose," at 7:30 p. m. tomorrow at the school.The play will 'tis under the direction of Mrs. Arlie Bolt and Miss Geneva Thurman. The first and second grade group will be assisted by Miss Elizabeth Shipley and her fifth grade. The public is invijcd to attend. There will be a small admission charge. ^SiiSiiiiiifc.'''·-... .'.-.J THIS CAKE WAS LOADED-Eddic Cantor cuts into Uie 150- , pound, six-tiered cake that was a feature of the 52,600,001) party honoring the comedian on. his sixtieth birthday. More than 17flO persons each bought $1000 worth or more of State of Israel bonds to attend the 'Cantor party at a New York hotel. THE BLAIRS, STATIONERS o.^"^ Tht ttldtii Offlct Supply Houi. in Northwtit Ark.ntu IT'S VALENTINE TIME W* hovt th* on*i you wont, from U to $5.00 «och fw^jr~j F«relt«Tillt'i Ltrg»l _ Styled by Gibion Air Force Commissions , Approved For Cadets Approval of HcguUr Air Force rummlssions for two A i r Force K. O. T. C. cadelj: lias been received by the Air Force Department of Ihe University. Cadols J.nncs F. Koonce and Wayne U. f H l n f f w i l l be tendered commissions In Ihc Regular A i r . Force upon completion of Ihc Air Force and academic work at Iho U n i v e r - sity, Lt. Col. nay W. Alfiird, PAS (t T al. the University announced today. Koonce, a senior chemical on- linecrlng major from I'lnc B l u f f , s a member of Sigma A l p h a ijislllin, Thclii Tau, Ijluo Key, American I n s l l u i i c of Chemical engineers, Pcrsbing Hides and Ihe A r k a n s a s Engineer S l a f f . O r l l o f f , alsn a senior student In ''hc'nlcal Knglnocrim;, i s f r o m Carlhagc, Mo. He is a member of Sigma Chi, Thclii Tau, American I n s t l l u l c of Chemical F.ngi- necrs, Scabbard and Blade, Pel-shin.? Illflcs and manag;nt' editor of the "Arkansas Engineer." Both students w i l l be commissioned a f t e r completion .ot summer rj'inn in ,lu|v. Caroline Stevenson Is Sub Deb President A business meeting and election nf officers was held Tuesday night by the Sub Debs, at the home of Sug Calc. Presiding at the meeting was M a r t h a Brockway, rcliring president. Officers elected were Caroline Slcvcnson, president; L a v i n i a Lee, vice president; Lanell Smith, secretary; Ann W h l t f l e l d , treasurer; Clayvcna D u v a l l , pledge mistress; Sandra Noll, reporter; Ann Unwell, historian. Sweetheart Banquet Planned By B.S.U. The a n n u a l Baptist Student Union "sweetheart" banquet will be held Saturday, In the Education B u i l d i n g of the First Baptist Church. The B.S.U. "sweetheart" will be announced nt t h a t time. The Rev. Stanley Jordan, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Spriniulnle, will be t h e main speaker, anil Fools Mnrcland. music and education director of First B a p t i s t Church of Spring- dalc, will be featured on the program. A western theme Will be carried out and the banquet will be semi-formal. Tickets may be purchased from U.S.U. members or at t h e Student Center, !I44 West Maple. Jr., and daughter, Gray, o5 Little Pock, arc expected this weekend lo be Ihc isucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomjs, Sr. W. C. Whilflcld is a t t e n d i n g the q u a r t e r l y meeting .of the Oldsmobile Dealer Council, which opened yesterday in Lansing, Mich. Haskell Utlev spent Monday and Tuesday in L i t t l e Rock, attending a realtors meeting.' Corliss Arnold, Organ Recital An organ recital will be presented tonight in the Copcert Hall of the University Art Center at 8 o'clock by Corliss Arnold. The recital is under the sponsorship of the University music department. Washington Lucille One Washington Lodge One will meet Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock for work in the masters degree. All Master Masons arc invited and refreshments will be served. "Majnr Barhara" The movie, "Major Barbara," w i l l be shown tomorrow n i g h t at 7:30 o'clock in the Art Center Ihcator, sponsored by the h u m a n i ties class of the College of Arts and Sciences. I'liiiloerapli K v h l h i t The University.Camera Club is sponsoring- an exhibit of photographs at tr.c Stuife). Union. The pictures, on loan from Popular Photography M'dgazl.v, will be on display until February 17. The total length of New York State canals is. 520 miles. 1 Ail ,TII . Whfn the fIraffc-likc ok.pl was discovered in 1900, jt was called "Africa'i unknown mammal." in Ihe TIMKS--II There's something about GOOD LEATHER mils The important, unmistakable look of 5 the hand -shoemaker's art. Superb fit, lasling shapclincfs that flatters the foot and gives it grace. $22.95 Three (students from Washington County, enrolled at Oklahoma Ai-M Tech this semester arc! Crockett R. Bean. Lincoln; Oliver J. Macon, Springdale; Logan H. Gibson, Summers. Mrs.. E. J'. Pycatt has returner] to her home in Soarcy, accompanied by Mrs. Wallace Pveatt who will visit there for a week. Mrs. Jasper Pyeatt has returned Ifnm a visit in Little Rock, wilh her a u n t , Mrs.'Harvey Combs. James R. Eskridge, a v i a t i o n electronics technician, first tlHSsJ USN, son nf Mr. and Mrs. Joe i! Eskridgc of Springdale, was among those who contributed I Iood at the U.S. Naval Station,) Whidbey island, Wash. Personals Dean Paul M i l a n i w i l l speak at he luncheon mecling of the Little lock Chamber of Cnmmci-cc, to- IIOITOW at the Hotel Marion, in jittlc Rock, K l v l n 1C. Spain, seaman recruit, ISM, son of Mr. and Mrs. K l v l n Spain of Springdalr, is undergoing recruit t r a i n i n g at the U.S. ·al Training Center at ban Jicgo, Calif. You Are Invi-Jed to Our Display of ' Spring and Summer Fabrics ^ ' * Tailored and Styled to Your Individual Requirements Suits -- Sport Coats -- Slacks Mny we suggest lhal you make sisleclioni eaily while stocks are complete F W Men " For Ladies Suits From $58,50 Our 20th Year Undergoing recruit t r a i n i n g al Iho U. S. N'aval T r a i n i n g Center in San Diego, Calif., are throe I f o a m a n recruits, USN, from t h i s area. They are Lemuel M. France, son of Mi-, and Mrs. L. M. Krancc I of Winslow; Bobbie T. Rickcn, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dickon nf West Fork; U i l l i c F. Rleken, also liie son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ricken of West Fork. John W. Boa/., driver construc- llonman, USN, of fnyotlcvlllc, recently advanced lo his present rglc w h i l e serving w i t h the 103rd N a v a l Construction Battalion on fluam. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Woodruff are a t t e n d i n g a l a u n d r y convention and demonstration in St. Louis, Mo. They expect to return Sunday. Glen E. Bush, seaman, USN, of West Fork, is serving aboard the l a n d i n g ship dock USS Gunston H a l l , operating with the UN Blockading and Escort Force oft the cuast of Korea. Norman L. Smith, fireman apprentices, OSN, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Smith of Elklns, is serving at Ihe Naval Station in Kodiak, Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. Hcrhcrl Thomas, Kdgiir A. Albin, associate professor of art at t h e University, w i l l leave Saturday by plane from Little Rock, for Dcland, Fin., where he w i l l lake part in the an- n u a l Fine Arls Festival, being hold Monday t h r o u g h February l(i at (ho John n. Stetson University, t i n w i l l appear on a f o r u m on "Art Today." Green Valley Club Contributes To Family Mrs. M i l t o n Fralick was hostess tn the Green Valley Club, Tuesday with a covered dish luncheon served at noon. There were M members and one guest, Mrs. K. C. Taylor, present. Mrs. Taylor was asked to become a member of the group. Following n short business session,^ comfort was lacked, lo be Riven to a needy family. Members brought canned goods for the family and a club donation of f i v e dollars was made for extra groceries, which were purchased and delivered t h a t evening by Mrs. Doyle Rrooks. The nest meeting will ho at the home of Mrs. R a l p h Pinkcrlon. M A D E T O W I T H S T A N D H A R D W E A R I SATIN FINISH For hornet with lively ' youngsters ' New W.llhidc ,S«ln Finish resists scuftinf^ · nil mxrring. Stubborn sl*in5, grca^ft, crnyon, : ink spots nnd finRcr sm«rl c«n ho wither! off in « jiffy, rTM, ,'. /», FRKF, "PM Kttbl nil!, Co/or tJjMn*. iff" tttUn. We Give SH Green Stamps J O H N S O N ' S WALLPAPERS -- MIRRORS -- GLASS 2S N. Mock Phon. 106 Your money's worth ...and then s o m e ! COTTON FAIR! TERRIFIC FABRICS! AMAZINGLY LOW PRICE Embossed Cottons 979 /FINDS AT PENNEY'S LOW Slarcliy-crisp and sharply textured ... tlicsc most-wanted washable cottons are finds at this price!. Solid pastel col«rs .. lots of clear colorful p r i n t s . . . misses', junior, half sizes! FLASH! SCOOP! IMPORTED YARN PLAID RUGS HrLARGE 24"x45" SIZE! *WOVEN WITH SOFT COLORS! ^FRINGED ENDS! VALUE! · 1.49

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