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February 13, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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2--NMIMWtST AJKANMS TWMt. ·»·*·»»·, ArkcmHM. W«*Mt4«y, February II, 1»51 MMNNMHIII iiimiiuiimiiiMMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHimiuiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHi Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Washington County 'Democratic Women's Club, Kcrituson'j, 7 Naviil neserve Electronic Company 8-0 Drill, Esson Duildinji, 7 Delta SiRmn, Hugh Kincaid, 7:3(1 Kappa Alpha 1'bi, -15 Kasl Hock Slrc-ol, 7:30 Thursday . . . notary'Club, Washington Hotel, 12 Kappa Alpha Wives and Mollifm, Ferzuson's 1 Alti'USB, Mrs. Sue Keller, 7 Democratic Women's Club, 'crsuson'c, 7 V.F.W., 10814 West Center, 7::il) far,West Chapter One, n.A.M., Masonic Hall, 7;;iO VA Dlstaffers, VA Nurse* Home, 7:M' K*pp« Kippa Gamma Alumnae, Kappa Hou*e, ft and Greeting Card From 35 NORTH HOCK ' W« Giv« S.«H. Crnn Stamps D.A.C. Officers Elected For Coming Year Covered luttoni -- Buckles -- Belts Including tht New Contour hit* in Ev»ry Style Cuilom Flnlihtd And Riidr to W.ar Ih. ··mt Day Wt IlKtlvt Your Ordtr. SfcH Gr»n SUmpi on Everything MtK««hon'i Fabric Center '· «· «·"·" I Good Shoes Properly Fitted I! how tpft can a ioe be? Soft enough to hong on o line, So loft and light on your foot, truly the most comfortable shoe you've ever worn, See · Ngfuraliier'i famoM loft to* High and Medium Heel In Spring'! Newest Calbr . . . ST. LOUIS BLUE k $ 10 9r As advertised In GLAMOUR soft-toe shoes by th* thoc with th* beautiful fit The Thfnn»h Fox of Concord Chapter of 0.A.C. met Tuesday niehl at the home of Mrs;. Victor M. Walls. The following officers were ek'ctr-d lor the new year an: Mrs. Charles liranniin, rodent; Mrs. J. Norman Payne, first vice-regent; Mrn. Shannon Bohart. .*ceond yice- rcfient; Mrs. R. D. B a l d w i n , chaplain; Mrs. Kills Shelton, parliamentarian; Miss Louise P l a n k , recording secretary: Miss Octsvia Lowry. corresnondinw secretary; Mrs. I. O. Miller, rcitislrai; Mrs. Victor Watts, treasurer; Mrs. Wll- I'am S. Sonneman, historian; Mrs. Mnry Lot) Paynf. crnrologist; Mrs. Aubrey Harvey, color bearer. A paper on patriotic education was presented hy Mrs. J. Norman Payne. In a d d i t i o n to Mrs. Brannan, who will attend the state convention of D.A.C. in Little Hock. March 7, as cliaplor regent, artrl Mrs. J. N. Payne, who is state rcRlslrar, delegates will be Mrs, VldorWatb and M,rs. I. O. Miller. Alternates are Mrs. Shelton and Mrs. Austin Way. Jefferson P.T.A. To Observe Founders Day .Ipffortion Si-hool P.T.A. will meet · tomorrow al 2:45 p. in., for Ms H n t i U H l Founders Dtiy program with Mrs. W. n. Wylic. president, in charge. There'will he n nursery for the prc-schonl children. After the invocation there will he urnun sirring, followed hy "Our Child. Welfare Rainbow," a u n i t on the purpose of P.T.A., which will be directed hy Mrs. finymnnd 13ivij, vice-president, with Mrs. .foe King, Mrs. Juctaon Smith, Mrs. Hubert Apcc, Mrs, Ralph Sinir, a n r l M r s . W. H. Morris participating.- Presiding at the "silver" tea will he Mrs. Wallace Watson and Mrs. Harvey Warford. Birthday Parly Given For Linda Kay Elkins I.,inda Kay Elkins, daURhtcr of Mr. and Mrs. tinnier Elkins, fit? Wall Street, observed her seventh birthday Tuesday afternoon with a parly at her home. Prizes were won for the games, and refreshments of ice cream, rake and cold drinks were served. Each Kucst received R basket of candy hearts, with each heart bearing a Valentine h.scpntion. AsslslhiR Mrs. Ell.IP were Mrs. ,1. Tl. Evans and Mrs. Raleigh Hilton. Guests were CaiVyr. Jean Rommel, Wanda .line n.ostcllnr, Laura and Blibbn Evans, Betsy Wages, Linda Kay Gould, Linda, .Toyce and Buford, Jr., Hand, Geraldine Johnson, Tommy Mars and Sandra Lee Josmlrc. Mt. Zion Club Has Program On Voting .The Mt. Xion Home Demonstration Club met with Mrs. C. E. Williams Tuesday afternoon with 111 members present and lour pucsts, Mrs. C. C. Ash, Mrs. John Campbell, Mrs. Maude Lcc of Kansas City, Mo., an-l Mrs. Margaret Brownfieid. Refreshments were served prc- iTdinR t'-o business nicct : nR, which ,;as planned to stimulate an Interest in votlnc. Miss Mary Nlckolson was In chm-Re. Members voted to buy new song books for the club. The meeting was concluded with an exchange of household hints. G.A.M. Johnson Honored At Dinner Air Force ROTC Holds Open House For Scouts G, A. M. Johnson, who has been on sick /cave for the past .year, was o f f i c i a l l y retired, effective February 4, after 43 years of service with the Southwest Bell Telephone Company. He retired as manager of the Northwest district of the company, in honor of the occasion, a dinner was hclrl at Mary Maestri's, with CO friends and associates attending, n. I,. Ranksnn. commercial manager of Little Hock, acted as master nf ceremonies. Mr. Johnson received an Elgin wrist watch, presented by C. T. Uubbard, district manager of Fort Smith, a leather bill fold and a life membership to Telephone Pioneers, an organization requiring a minimum of 21 years of service to be eligible for membership; The membership was received from Olin Smiley, president of the Telephone Pioneers of Fort Smith. Mrs. Johnson received nn orchid corsage from the itroup. Out-of-town guests attended from Tulsa, Oklahoma City, Fort Smith, Hot-Springs, Little Rock and offices in this area. Service Men Guests Of V.F.W. And Auxiliary A covered dish supper was served l;ist night ;it the Women's Civic Oubrooms by the Jack Tidball Post and Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, honoring returning Korean war veterans. A program in charge of -foe Anderson, service officer, followed the supper, and included; The Invocation by Charles L. OH vis, department chaplain of V.F.W.; the welcome address by James C. Putnam, first national commandcr-in-chief, who reminded the boys of their privilege of having a veterans organization to help them in handling their problems; the response by Lt, Paul Jameson, USNfi, who stated t h a t "the hoys are glad to ho back, but that those who paid the supremo sacrifice must not be forgotten." Lieutenant Jameson, a past commander of a post, praised the organization for its high ideals, service to veterans, and lack of communism; Lieutenant Colonel Bush introduced the boys from his regiment; Joe Bush, patient at the Veterans Hospital, told the boys that lie is ready to assist them in any of their problems; n clarinet soln was piven by Miss Kosalea Powell; vocal and pin no numbers by Misses Betty and Barbara Courtney-ant! instrumental numbers by Miss -Mcrlecn Mitchell and Mrs. Olcnnfe B. Chambers; "Ode To The Flag," Riven by Mr. Putnam; the rest of the evening WHS spent in playing games. Besides Lieutenant Colonel Bush and Lieutenant Jnmcson, n t h r r fiucsls were M/Sgt. Curtis Crouch, Jr., M/Sfll. Hubert L. Burch, Set. and Mrs. Donald H. Cecil, Sgt. and Mrs. Rodney E. Land, Sgl. W. E. Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sclle, Mr. and Mrs. Dcwcy Traylor, and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Gage. Practice Organ Installed At UA A new practice organ for University music students has just been installed in room 331 of the Arts Center. Designed by Ernst While, the noted organist and or- gim architect, the organ has two manuals and pedal. Its metal and wood pipes, which number almost 300, arc all in the open. It has six stops on the pedal and swell organs, and eir.ht stops on the great organ. The organ was built by M. P. Moller, Inc., and installed by Mr. and Mrs. Tom Spcnce of Memphis, Tenn. , A demonstration of the new organ will be given for interested persons by Kenneth H. Osbornc, chairman of the University's Division of Fine and Applied Arts, .following his recital Sunday, February 17, in the Arts Center Concert H a l ) . The recital will begin at 4 p. m. A R I S E ! "Why lit you lh«rt and dit?" TUNE IN KBRS Mondty thru Saturday, 6:35 a. m. Sunday, 1 p. m. REV. BERYL E. BETH The Air Force TiOTC Department at the University held an open house last night for members of Boy Scout Explorer Post No. 106 of Springdale. Maj. Herbert Burton, assistant pastor at the University, was in charge. The Scouts were acquainted with the Air Force program now being taught at the University. Capt. John J. Henneberecr told the group of the importance of political geography to the potential Air Force officer. The second phase of the program was conducted by Capt. George Parsons, who discussed the basic principles of map reading, flight training nnd radar. M.-Sgl. Arthur Bou- drcaux ga.ro the Scouts an inside picture of the pressure regulator system of an airplane, using one of several new trainers recently secured by the Air Force KOTC. T/Sgt. Robot' Dcvor explained the J-47 jet engine. Major Burton conducted the croup on a tour of the offices and class rooms of the Air Force department, ending in the aircraft engine room wberc several a i r craft engines used in World War II were on display. Refreshments were served to the group. Those attending the open house were: Post Advisor Dale Gilmorc, Assistant Advisor Austin Cravens, Bob Sanders, Louis H. Lichlyter, Alnnm M. Roberts, and Joe McKim. Explor-. crs included: Jim Haden, Bud Ralston, Bobby Ford, Joe Heed, Jim Ralston, Bobby Johnson, Mcl- rcn Mathais, "Edwin Shell. Bill Nelson. Jimmy Roberts, and Robert Robinson. Credit Women Have Valentine Breakfast Members of the Credit Women's Breakfast Club met for a Valentine breakfast this morning at Ferguson's Cafeteria. Bonnie Spurlock, president, presided at the business session. At this t i m e plans were discussed for the birthday observance of the club in March and a committee appointed, composed of Hazel Kelly, Betty Banks and Pcarle Trowbridge. An announcement was made concerning the a n n u a l convention of ; t h e Seventh District which will be held this year March 23 through the 25th, in TopcV.a, Kan. A donation of $2.SO was contributed to the Heart Drive. Concluding the program, hearts were drawn for "the sweetheart of C.W.B.C." Ethel Smith drew the lucky heart, receiving the table centerpiece of red carnations Interspersed with fern and huckleberry. BSD "Sweetheart" Named At Banquet Miss Louise Stubblelield was named 1952 Baptist Student Union "Sweetheart" at the annual Swcct- I heart lianciuct held in the E'lu- i cational Building of the First Bap! list Church, Saturday.' I Miss Stubblcfield is a Univer- ; slly senior from Charleston. Her I selection was based on service rendered to the B.S.U. during the year. Approximately 130 persons at! tended the banquet and program, ! which was .semi-formal and based I on the western them*. Cowboy I bats and boots hung from the ceiling and m i n i a t u r e horses were on the table, tied to hitching rails. The program centered around the slife of the cowboy and his dreams. Richard Grecr sang several songs and illustrated each by using different styles of hats. The Rev. Stanley Jordan, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Springdale spoke on "mtkini lovt in * dirty street." · · · . . Lewis Johnson of Tayetteville was named "honorary sweetheart." his selection «lso beinf based on outstanding scrvict rendered to D.S.U. this year. Keen u» with lk« ·- TIMES UU. IT'S -muwiH THt IDDU OF THt MOHH --that make, you (lid you have St. Jcntph A i p l r l n For Children handy for cratrunelei. Doctors approve it. Children like ita orange flavor. You'll like 1U accuracy. 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