Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 14, 1952 · Page 2
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 14, 1952
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ITHWIf T AMANtAf TUNIS, , ArinmtM, Thuriday, February 14, «*S2 Public Invited To 'Concert By Cellist EJmuntf KurU, famous cellist, will »Dt'«r !.". rr.iii.-rri ai Ihr Unl- vmlt.v at 8 p.m. February 20, The public is Invlferl to .attend the concert »t the University Arts Center Cnm-crl Hall. It will be pri'M-ntcd under auspices of I h o j Art!.'.'.:; sfiii Conrrrls Committee w i t h n u t :*dmiy!op ch;ir«e. FLASH/ EARLY TIMES IS KENTUCKY'S FAVORITE STRAIGHT BOURBON!! ' I. 'I- '·a, . Daily Calendar of Events ronight . . . Allrutii, Mrs.'Sup Keller, 7 Drmdcrntic'Women'B Club, Korgusun's, 7 V.K.W., i n f i i j West Conlcr, 7::iO I'.-ir West Chapter One, H.A.M., Masonic Hall, 7:30 VA Dislatfcrs, VA NurjCB Home. 7:311 Prnctic;il Nurscti, Nurses Home, 7:30 Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumnae, Kajjpa House, B Friday . . . ciuli, Wiinhinxlon Hold, 7:30 a. rn. F;iyelicville Umird nf nenltnr?, Kcrcuson's, 12 20th Century Club, 'Mrr. E. L. Mlle.v, 3 UC'i' and A u x i l i a r y , Civic Clubrooms, 7 Wnshlnijlim Lodge One, Masonic Hall, 7:30 : Every Ounce a Alans Whisky/ ARLY TIMES THtt WHISK* IS 4 YEMI DID · II NIOOF UtiT TIMIS MlTIUMY COM»ANT IvWivAt I, K··rccftp FIFTH Gray-Wear Marriage Announced in Rogers Hom.T;; - (Hpf.'cialJ - Announcements have been received here of] the marriage of Miss I'arlcy Wear "f Tiilsa, Okla., and ,/amcs II. Gray, also nf Tulta, a former resident of Rogers. | The marriage \v.-'n performed! by the Rev. W i l l i a m D. Gray, f a t h e r of the ^room. in the home, of the minister and his wife in Roger;;. A double-ring service was used. Only the immediate families \vcic present for the ceremony which was i ( ])erfonncd February 9. Mrs, Gray, before her marriage, was employed in Tulsa, Mr. Gray served four and one-half years In the army during World War II. 1 Me is now employed in Tulsa, where the couple will make their home. New Architectural Designs On Exhibit What's new In school, church, and home design may be seen in an architectural exhibit which opened today in the gallery of the University of Arkansas Arts Center. It w i l l be on view u n t i l February 2?. Photographs and -floor plan's 'of some of 'the most advanced schools in America are shown. Most of them have been featured in leading magazines for lilttn le the NEWS, MKh weekday, at 7:30 AM, over «totion KGRH~ OKLAHOMA TIRE SUPPLY CO. Fully Guaranteed Trophy" BATTERY NEW BEAUTY Saran"Plaslic(oven COACH $ (Exch.) Replace ihit tir«! old hitrerf with nrw "Trophy" and q u i t , worrying about cold irti. Quick, dependable power it SPECIAL LOW PRJCE! S1.25 a WEEK! 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Oklahoma QUALITY Wetf Side Squart Fhonv 161 ^ E N A M E L Cowri jrnooihly with one to*t loving no hnuh miiki A hi;;h £lnit finitli tiiit j j osy to k«p deiri. Choice ol muty bttuiiful coJon. "HOME OF BETTER VALUES"! builders an-J school- tore. The exhibit inelii'ic: graph* shoiving population trends and direction of city jjrowlh, prepared during research on school needs. admlnlstra- pcrformnac-R each evening J» the iheatcr o! the Center. Box Office Opens For "Dork Of The Moon" The box office for "J3ark of the Moon" opened this a/tcrnoon at 1 o'clock at liic University Art Center. Reservations may alfn be made, by calling telephone 2020. The box o f f i c e ' w i l l remain open through Saturday, February 23, on week days from' 1 to 5 o'clock and on Saturday from 9 a. m. to 12 noon. "Dark of the Moon," based on an old folk hqMad, w i l l open Tuesday cvenins at 8 o'clock with 'a Mrs. Utley Is Hostess At Informal Tea An informal tea w;is given* yesterday from 3 to 5 o'clock ( by Mrs. Hiiskcll Utlcy at her home 1 . Approximately 44 guests.called d u r - ing the afternoon. In the receiving line were Mrs. Bill Dalton, Mrs. Thad Howdcn and" the hostess. Presiding at the lea table were Mrs. Howden and Mrs, Jasper Pyealt during Die first hour and Mrs urrin Henbest and Mrs. IJ. J. WurJcson, during the second. Decorations carried out the Valentine motif with colors of pink and white. The t;ible was covered with* a white linen cutwork cloth and centered with an arrangement of pink roses and w h i t e .snapdragon. I n d i v i d u a l heart shaped cakes, iced in pink and white, were served. Others who assisted were Mrs. Hugh Stubblcficld, Mrs. George A R I S E ! "Whjr U YOU Ihtit and di«?" TUNE IN KBRS Monday Ihru Saturday, 1:35 a. m. Sunday, 1 D. m. HEV. BERYL E. 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