Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 7, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 7, 1952
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NWmtWfST ARKANSAS TIMIS, FoyMtvilb, Aftmtw, TtiurMtWy, MbriMrf 7, 1*52 -- 1MI 1949 1950 1»52 BT. RADIO-TV PICTURE--Above Newscnart shows production rates for radio and TV sets over a period of four years, and what can be expected in the way of output for 1952. There are now about 15 million television sets, or one for every 10 nersons in this country. But TV still has a long way to catch up with radio, as there are more than 100 million radio sets in use, an average of two sets r to the family. Women Voters League lo Meet Saturday The Fayetteville League of Wo men Voters will have an organiza tioii meeting Saturday afternoon beginning at 2 o'clock, in thi Parish House of St. Paul's Episco pal Church. A meeting of thi board will follow the general session. Mrs. Martin Row, a national official, fill speak to the group, and the public is invited to attend. Information may be obtained bj telephoning 1030 W. Demeter Garden Club Has Flower Judging The Demeter Garden Club met Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. D. A. Brown, Highway J6 west. A program on "spring shrubbery" was in charge of Mrs. J. O. Ware. History of the ucpperinim- But Ihli scientific way' ,-., may avoid showing monthly "nerves' lUiTM 1 ! I? 0 *.?-"! 1! " tb " wrj rl'l '-an'l take thul draw nn-ioiis look oui nr yuurcyra cn.'li monlli. Hut hcrr , »i. .nor » ilme. it»ny wornTM Irpl no monlW s at all Also lirlpi relax JIucry nm-c5-- oot, feel your normal, funny Sir. " - " S'vr^.orc^iriss-io CARDU MONTHLY CHAMPS CHMBE OF LIFE stripe zinnia was also discussed. ' Flower arrangements Brought by the members were judged as first and second places, Mrs. L. II. Burton, and third place, Mrs. E. O. McLean. Concluding the meeting, refreshments w.ere served by the hostess. Robert Smith To Give Piano Recital Sunday Robert B. Smith, University piano instructor, will give a recital Sunday at 4 p. m.. in the Arts Center Concert Hall lo which the public is invited. Programmed are works of Thomas Arnc ( Jcelhoven, Schumann, Milhaud, 3 oulenc and Chopin. A graduate of the University of ndiami, where lie received both )aehelor and master of music degrees, Smith has been a member of the University faculty since September, 1949. Dental Study Club To Meet In Rogers The Ozark Dental Study Club \ r ill hear a discussion concerning dvanccK in dental radiology and adiobiology, Monday night in logers. Dr. E. L. Milcy and Dr. olola Nance will attend from Xveltcvillc. This discussion, one in a series o be conducted once n month for next five months, originates t the University of Illinois Colof Dentistry in Chicago. 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