Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 14, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 14, 1952
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MOfTHWBT AIXANSAS Tttttl, ·».«..ifc ·, Tltwrtden/, February f4, Mrs. Phillips.... Is Guest Of Goldenrod Club Mrs... Herbert Chandler entcr- tiiing/J the Goldenrod Cl'Jb yesterday at 12:30 p. m., witli a luncheon. Mrs. Alva Hush and Mrs. 1. b. Chilcutt were co-hostesses. A Valentine motif and spring fit wers were used- throughout the . house for decoration and for the luncheon table. Mrs. Clirisline Irwin .presided a t . t h e table. Guest; speaker" for the aflcr- . nopn; was .Mrs. W.'E. ,N. Phillips, who told of her trip to South America. She showed slide, illustrations. Other guosls were Mrs. E. i Campbell'and daughter,. Jearminc. Mrs. Clarence Vcak 2;av« the devotional which was "A Thumb- Nail Si;elch of the BOD!: of Deuteronomy." Mrs. Dwighl Morris read the poem of the ironth, one of Abuiham Lincoln's addresses. Mrs. Harry Yorkavas winner of the. mystery package and Mrs. Morris v.'pn, the game prize. Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Linam have as their guests this week their three sons and families. They nrp the ficv. and Mrs. J. E. Linam and . three sons,, .lames, Charles and Paul, of Swifton, Ark., Mr. and Mrs.,Earl B. Linam and two sons Eddie and Robert of Wichita, Kan., and Mr. and Mrs. Ceeil Linam, also - of Wichita. Thimble Club Meets With Mrs. Graham Members of the Thimble Club met at the home of Mrs. Harold Graham on Olive Street Tuesday evening. During the social hour, which ! followed the business session, Valentine gifts were exchanged. High game prizes were won by Mrs. Olen Wages, Mrs. E. C. Aumick and Mrs. Garnctt Jones. Low prize was won by Mrs. Marjorie Budd. A new member, Mrs, Lucille Aston, was taken into the club. Refreshments were served by the hostess, assislrd by Mrs. Jess Tune and Mrs. J. U. Phipps, Jr. Sunshine Club Meets At Reed Home The Johnson Sunshine Club was entertained yesterday atfcrnoon by Mrs. Ollie Crum at her home with six members present and one visitor, Mrs.. Joe Reed. · Mrs. Frank Ma thews j^ave t h e ] devotional and the poem of th month was read by Mrs. War Grauc. Two games were' playec which were won by Mrs. Upton Simpson and Mrs. Graue. Mrs Simpson also won the mysteo lockage. - " After the meeting, refreshment were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held March 12, at the home of Mrs. Everett Luper. Personals Mrs. Itobcrta Fulbrighl today observed her birthday and tonight will be honor guest at a birthday and Valentine party given in her honor by members of the TIMES' staff. The dinner party will be given at the Washington Hotel. Mayor and Mrs, Bob Cummings o[ Webb City, Mo., have been guests of Capt. and Mrs. John J. Henneberger, 722 West Maple Street. Col. Alexander T. M. McConc, chief of the Arkansas M i l i t a r y District, and LI. Col. Remond Pchafer, a d j u t a n t , visited the U n i - versity yesterday, for an informal inspection of the Army P.OTC unit. Colonel McCone also con- rerred with the University 'provost, Joe Covington, on KOTC matters. Yw Net* Mire Thin Make-Up Ti Hide Jittery "Ntrro Cm everyone see from that nervous, women build jittery look in your eyes that you trc s u f f e r i n g "changc-of-lifc" misery? Sure, make-up may help tome, yet it can't take the pain and nervousness out of your eyes. But Cardui olten does. A lilllc Cardui ·acll day has new resistance / , ,.,._ and vitality, changing dark monthl and years to brighter, happier times. So let Cardui lielp you look, relax and sleep better. Get C A R D U Monf/i/y Cramps . Change at tilt FORMAL--Luxura calf cus- om oxford. Style with simplicity. Brown orblack. We believe we've found /our shoel Perhaps you feel your, shoes have been "comfortable enough." But tell us-is "comfortable enough" goad enough? Especially when Fool- stivei's co\t no more. The first time you try on our Bostonian Foolsavcrs,' we believe you'll say: "At last--my shoe!" You can't ace. what makes our root- savers what they are. But oh-Aoif you can feel il! Slide Fooisavers on. You can almost hear your feet say "thanks!" Grater comfort them you've ever known I Hcnnc- _ . . . Street, left today on a trip into Me.vico. They plan to visit with friends in Mexico City and motor on south of Mexico on the newly opened portion of the Fan American Highway to Tehuantcpce ant Junction. On the return trip, the} will visit with Captain Henne bergcr's family in Austin and Dallas, Texas. Attending the 44th Annual Convention of the Ozark Canncrs Association in Springfield, Mo., arc Charles Buxton, Dick Sanders, Bill Cain, Jr., A r t h u r Hodson, Mead McKh.ney, Jim Wood, Jack Hess, Jack Busum, Carl Thomas, Tracy Barrett and Homer Crow. Joan Kcrlcy left this morning for Albuquerque, N. M., where she will visit her sister. Mrs. Hugh Ei'ell and family for the next 1C days: Announcements Rummage Sale Hi Si's will have a rummage sajc at Edlin's Shoe Shop Saturday. AAtJW Curcnt Book Group The scheduled meeting of the AAUW Current Book Group has been postponed until February 26, Great Books Group .The Great Books Group will meet Monday, at 7:30 p. m.. at the home of Mrs. Bruce Holcomb (i!6 Hegan. Miss Vaulx will review "The Nibelungenlicd." Country Cluh Family Mint Family night at the Country Club will be observed Saturday evening with dinner served at 7 o'clock. Dancing and bridge will follow the dinner. Lincoln Junior Hiih School P. T. A. The P. T. A. of Lincoln Junior iigh School announces the third n a series of four discussions entitled ''Training Children to Make Decisions," tonight at 8 o'clock at the 'school. The general home of the study course is 'P.'oblems of the Modern Family." Dr. J. \v. Butler, Jr., will be guest pcakcr. Washington Lodge One Washington Lodge One will meet tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock for work in the Fellowcraft degree. All Fellowcraft and Master Masons are invited and refreshments will be served. Births Ir. and Mrs. Robert B. Grahun Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Graham if Faycttevillc announce the birth if a daughter, February 14, at the City Hospital. Ir. and Mrs. J. C. Taj-ne Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. Payne of ipringdalc announce the birth of son. February 14, at the County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McKim Mr. and Mrs. Joe McKim of Springdale announce the birth of a daughter, February 14, at the County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Reed Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Heed of Faycttoville announce the birth of n son, February 14, at the County 1 Hospital. Millinery Main Floor cleverly creates a grand new collection of HATS! first flowers . . . Winter's flowers that hint of the spring season ahead! Perfect foil for your new winler coslumel $5.0047.95 Here are our*25 suits for expensive tastes WEATHERVANES* tailored by HANDMACHER* 'Jo wear tinder a coat when you need a coat, to wear everywhere under' the sun when you don't. Made of the proven acetate fabric Celanese* weaves for H a n d m a c h c r with a crispness t h a t never cleans out.,They're w u n d e r f t i l suits to own, in a variety of colors, styles and textures. SUITS MAIN floor Classic, but not too much so. The suit with the tulip pockets, the curved'lapels. N u b b y Ruff-Tt.v, solid colon and cross-dyes. 10 to 20, 7 to 15 and young Proportioned Plus sir.cs 10+ to 20+. As seen in AlaiieinoisclU i? / Curves, shortest route to / youi best figure. Here, the - "" ' curved hipline suit with the flared skirt. Checks, solid colon, cross-dyes, nubby Ruff-Tfx. 10 to 20, 7 to 15 and young ' Proportioned Plus sizes 10+ to 20+. '· As seen in' Mademoiselle anil Charm Don-A-Togs Famed Sailor Dress with a wealth of fashion tailored in every line Pretty as it is practical in the city or a I home . . . with its rows of while b r a i d , its embroiderc-J anchor, its stars. Choose yours now in Bluo Ribbon Blue or Brown. Sizes 10 lo 20. IN COOL, DURABLE BENGAL CHAMBRAY $ 8. 95 DRESSES MAIN FIOOR . A Sell-Out Before r .Now 1 Our SECOND SHIPMENT This Missies'.Sizes 12-20; Women's Sizes 16/2-2614 Perfect-for your outdoor activities , . . or Jn your .work-day moments, tool C6rrffortable coat ityle with two roomy!pockets, elastic belt. ACTION b'oclc and.' ACTION sleeves. You'll love \tt crisp freshness and wonderful washability. Grey, Blue, Red, Gieen, Brown. . 5. 98 BASEMENT BUDGET COTTONS ' New and Colorful Paisley Printed Seersucker Pajamas Some Slyle in Half-Sizes $9.95" Colorful paisley printed top with solid coloi bottom .. . the letter In either chartre- ol or dark green, ·(fee- lively picking up that color In the print. 'Chic Mandarin collar adds to Its charm end youthfulnesi. Sizes 32 to 36. PAJAMAS-MAIN HOOI SIMIIAK TO UUSTftATION

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