Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 16, 1952 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 16, 1952
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IMHIIIIIIIIMllllllllllMIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIHnlllltlllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIl MRS. KATHLEEN DOZIER MiiiilHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiMiii · Daily Calendar of Events · Tonight . . . Family Night, Country Club, 7 Order of fiainbow for Girls, Masonic Hall, 7 Sunday . . . , Kenneth Osbornc Orgjyi Recital, Art Center Concert Hall, 4:00 Monday .. . . Hi Si Club, Clubroom, 7:00 FarinJnjtton Lodge, Farmington Masonic Hall, 7:30 Fayetteville Lodge 740, Masonic Hall, 7:30 Stamp Collector's Club, Civic Clubroom, 7:30 University Symphonic Winds, Arts Center Concert Hall, 8:15 Tonsocha-Kelly Vows Are Said In Church Service League Of Women Voters Elects Officers Junior Circle Meets ! Miss Catherine Coward ·, With Pally Pyeall \Vcd In Washington, D. C. The .Junior Circle n( f'rii 1 -" -: , Officers of the newly-organized League of Women Voters arc standing, (from left to right) Mrs. W. J. i Wclbornc. treasurer, Mrs. Ralph T. JOIICF, president, snil Mrs. W. G. Chnmblcss, secretary. Scaled, I (from left to right) are Mrs. August L. Frcundlick, Mrs. Alex K. Junes, Mrs. A. J. Weiss nnd Mrs. Graham M. Leupp, members of the board. Mrs. L. L. Baxter, who was absent, is vice president of. the League. LuncHeon Compliments Miss Paddock Mrs. Guy Pinkcrton and Mrs. Sue Pinkcrton were hostesses to a luncheon Friday at the ML Inn dining room, complimenting Miss Alice Paddock, bride-elect of Tom Pearson, Jr. Two gifts of china and a white Jefferson P.T.A. Observes Founders Day Jefferson School P.T.A. met Thursday nl 2:'15 p. m., for a Founders Day program. The meeting opened with a devotional by Mrs. Walter Hayes, a ptift president, followed by H short t a l k by Mrs; W. C. Crofs, Girl Scout commissioner. S e v e r a l ! !Mrs. Haines Honored Al R. W. Barnes Home A · shower complimenting Mrs. j Dorlha Haincs was given yeslcr- · day afternoon at the homo of Mrs. II. W. Barnes on School Sfrect. Hostesses were Mrs. Glenn Fields l a n d Mrs. 13ob Fields. Games were won by Mrs. T. C. Thiery, Mrs. Gladys Combs, Mrs. Charles Bird -ami Mrs. Lillian corsage were received'by'thc"h'nn-j,rooms displayed-art collections on ! l l i n k l u - C l f t - s wore "pencil, after ",, i . . . . . . . . i wnicii orec from the hostesses. Centering the luncheon table was an arrangement of white .snapdragons, hyacinths, fern and baby breath. Guests included Mrs. Tom j Woods, Mrs. George Mintnier, i Mrs. J. C. Barber, all of Paris, I Ark., Mrs. Alfred Hathcock. Mrs. ! Loycc Hathcock, Mrs. Homer ! Pearson, JVIrs. Tom Pearson, Sr.. I Miss Carolyn Sue Hathcock, JMi.i-, ! Virginia Heenvagen, Mrs. Jack Noll, Mrs. Hussell Paddock and Mrs. Ralph Pinkcrton. (Town Club I Entertained At Dinner-Dance Mr. and Mrs. Visit Tansacha --(Bob's Photo} isorics. The, couple will make thei 1 home in Bangkok. The bride is a graduate of Fayetteville High School and the bridegroom graduated February 4, in business administration at the In a ceremony performed Thursday evening at the Central Presbyterian Church, Miss Jo Ann Kelly became the bride of Visit Tansacha. She is the daughter of Mrs. Mary D. Kelly of Fayctte- villc and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tansacha of Bangkok, Thailand'. The Rev. Edward Brubaker read the vows at the altar where baskets of gladioli and fern were placed. The bride, given in marriage by her grandfather, John H. Cox, wore a ballerina length gown of 1 white slipper satin with white lace panniers and shoulder length veil of illusion. She carried a white Bible topped with n white orchid. Miss Margaret Cox, aunt of the bride was maid of honor. She wore ·n aqua slipper satin gown with a while floral coronet. Her flowers were rose carnations. Miss jPatty Kelly, sister of the bride, served as bridesmaid. She wore a gown of pink slipper satin with net panniers and white rnrw' "f /lowers. She carried pink carna- "tions. Freddie Chunn served t h e bridegroom as ' best man and ushers ·were John Kelly, Billy Batson and Bi'ly Nix. A program of wedding musiu included "At Dawning" and "1 Love You Truly," with Mrs. Davis P. Richardson at the organ and Dr. Fount Richardson PS soloist. Mrs. Kelly, mother of ihe bride, wore a grey crepe frock and a corsage of pink carnations. Immediately following the ccre- _mony, a reception was held at the "church. Dining room assistants were Mrs. Ella B. Hurst, Mrs. Arthur Cooper, Mrs. May Armstrong, Mrs. G. P. Stockcr, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert While. For travel Mrs. Tansacha wore a rose colored suit pinned with an "orchid corsage, and black acccs- JUniversity. Denney Studio Will Present Recifal Piano and voice pupils of. Mrs. Eva Denney will be heard in a recital, tomorrow at 2:30 p. m., at the First Baptist Church. Those appearing on the program are: piano pupils, Joy Stc- wurt, Nancy Cole, Alice Ann Willis, Martha Alexander, Willa Charlton, DeOtta Thics, Barbara Shrcvc, Carolyn Webster, Martha Gould, Barbara Kileorc, CoEtta Dyrd, Sue Phillips, Retha Woods, Mary Lou Pitts, and Rose Marie GriRsby. Voice pupils, Judy Roberts, Jackie Main, Co Etta Byrd, Marilyn Sharp, Rose Marie Grigsby, Martha Alexander, Bobbie Stewart, Marilyn Johnson, Barbara Shrevc, Mary Lou Pitts, C a r o l K i n k l e and Carolyn Webster. A chorus will sing. Arts Center Receives Gift From Mrs. Clark Mrs. W. E. Clark of Little Rock has presented to the University a coll6ction of cooking utensils and serving dishes to be used for receptions and other purposes in the Arts Center, it was announced today. The collection will make possible the serving of upwards of JOO persons at a lime. .There are two small kitchens in the Arts Center--one in the theater and the other at the north end of the gallery. COMING TO Calvary Tabernacle 1130 S. Kill St. Holy Ghost-Pilled, .God-Called Man REV. FRANK STRIBLING of San Antonio, Toxat Man Used Might of God Don? Mill Thil Opportunity 1a Attend Thi» Survlcm Storting Tuesday, Feb. 19, 7:30 p.m. Servicn Twin tally ·» tht lord Uadi 10:30 «.m. -- 7:30 p.m. All Churchn «nd All Ptepl* Wtlcomt Bring Your Bible R«v. Beryl E. Btth, Pastor various subjects and the school j scrapbnok was also on exhibit. ' Mrs. W. 11. Morris, Mrs. Pauline. Slccle and Mrs. Hoy Higgins were ' named fur Ihe nominating commit- ; tec. / Group singing was led by Mrs. Hilly H a r p which included the "P.T.A. Sorig," "America," nnd "Yankee Doodle," after which ! came mothers carrying rainbow-' p n n n n [^ hucd placards in "Our Child Wei-; ' ut J _ ' ' l b fare Rainbow." under the dree-: Of ForCHSIC ^ lion of Mr«. fiaymonrt Davis. following tho program. Mrs. DuVal C. Pagan, son of Sen. and Harvey Warford and Mrs. Wallace-' Mrs. Ellis M. Fagan of Little Hnrk. refreshments were served. Guests were Mrs. Betty Boston, .Mrs. Dodson Lewis, Mrs. I l i n k l e , Mrs. Thiery, Mrs. Comb?, Mrs. Mavis Barnes, Mrs. Waller L. Johnson. Mrs. Bcrnieo , Downum, Mrs. Charles Bird, Mrs. Lucille Ferguson, Mrs. Edith Briyh'.-p, and Mrs. Barnes. The Town Club was entertained Thursday night with a dinner nnd costume dance at the Bubble Club. Costumes were worn to represent song titles. Guests entered the club through a Jargc heart. Walls were hung with comic signs interpreting songs, nnd tables were decorated in the Valentine motif. Hearts presided at the "silver" tea. "Dark Of. The Moon" Production Staff Named The production s t a f f /or "Dark of the Moon," University Theater prescntHtion to be given February H)-2'J, has been announced b; Norman DoMarco. director. j Preston Magrudcr, instructor o f ; wa? elected president of the U n i - versity Forensic Society Thursday, -and Fred A. Philpot, son nf Mr. and Mrs. Fred Philpot of Mcnn, was elected vice president. Other uffici?rs elocleri were: Mnrjoric Wood, .loplin, Mo.. .secretary; Fred 'Livingston. Baies- villo, treasurer, and Ollir Rlnn, Fort S m i t h, p a r l i a m e n t a r i a n . Fagan also appointed Don Chancy, i Branson, Mo., as public relations I officer. The Forensic Society Is n earn- Mcthorlia Church me! Tlmn,;'.-- evening at the home of Miss Patty I'yeatt. Tlir devotional, "Mravrn T: Here" was tftvon by Miss Sniulra Noll, followed by an open discussion on. Latin America. Officers \l'pro elected as follows: Shirley Whitnhcad, chairman; Sylvia Vanrlcrsiicc, p r o g r a m , chairman; Sue Yoe, hostess; Patsy : J-o n (.· s, secretary; communion,' Marilyn McRoy; telephone com- · mitlco, Diane Stricklcr, c h a i r m a n , j Beth Losiin, V/illa Charlton. M a r y j Sue Stoncciphcr. Janice Phillips and Amanda Hilton; reporter, ' Janis Holers. Others present were Cnil Jnnat, Lena SUP Walker, F.vclyn H u n t - ing ton, Mary Lou Wray, N a n c y ' Chamblce, Ann K e n n a n , Carolyn Dunlcvy, Rita Hankin.s Betsy, .Jones, Vada Ham and Barbara i Crawlcy. i Combs Chapel Club Has Luncheon Meeting i i The Combs Chapel Homo Dem- j onstralion Club met at the homo of Mrs. Garnet 1 . Laney Wednesday! Tor a luncheon meeting. There j were 15 members and f i v e guest*, present. Mrs. Claud Brooks, Mrs. ; Uruce Calcs, Mrs. Francis Hahn,! Mrs. Ilnbnii Corbitt and Mrs. J Hnberl Combs, Jr., were guests, j The meeting opened by the group singing "The Battle. Hymn nf the Republic." The devotional \ was given by Mrs. Cecil Farrar j and the poem of the month was j by Mrs. Dotson Lewis. During the business meeting the group voted to have a hnbby show. The mystery package was won by Mrs. Boyd Porter and the game prizes were won by Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Carl Laney. The recreational hour Miss Gallic-Hue Coward, dough- 1 Fulbright. Mrs. McLccs Is smploy- Cow- e ler of Mrs. Edward Kccder Co ed in the office of Senator .Tul- was spent with a Valentine ex- ard of f'nyettovillc, was married - b r i g h t , n position she has held Tor change between "secret pals" of February .1, to John Skclton M e - { s i x years. Mr.-McLce, 1 ; is employ- Lcey, son of Mr. arid Mrs. D a v l r l l r d by Congrr-ssnvin Brooks Hays McLccs of L n t t h Little Rock. The ' in the office of the bill clcrw, N a t i o n a l City Christian Church, House of Representative*.-* and is the club. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Barker on March 12, in the valentine motif. Hearts I V l i " l l l l * i i"" 1L -TM V , m u , . ' , ' f a c u l t y director of the orinnir wnrn used as place cards and the ' m £l u Olr . hi: !"? cclh ?"" ' ' ' Y n , ,' ' ' tion " centerpiece ,,., -The Thing.- L ^ ^^^SnnYTo · ,**». n sopha,TM,. ,, ,,.,«.- Special Rucsts were Dr. ami ', , h c Director: Marilyn PctzliiK. " lcc '" m:lkc ;1 series of trips Mrs. Spencer Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Davis, Jr. The committee in eh rangcmcnts were Mr. Dale Englchcart, Mr. ami Mrs. Bill Younkin, Mr. and Mrs. David McNair, and Mr. and Mrs. Warren SeaRravcs. UA Symphonic Winds lo Present Concert A concert will be. presented by the University Symphonic Winds at R:15 p. m., Monday in the Arts Center concert hall. There will he admission fee. The musical organization is composed of a group of musicians from the University concert band. E J. Marty is director. Organ Concert To Be Presented By Osborne Kenneth R. Osborne will present a concert on the organ in the Arts Center concert hall nt t h e University tomorrow afternoon starting al 4 o'clock. He will follow this with a demonstration on a new Moller practice organ installed this week, upstairs in the same building. His recital will include compopi- [Jons by Bach, Hindcmith, Franck, Haydn, Hanff, Pachclbel, Walthcr and Peelers. Shreveport. La., stage manager; l h TMu«hout the stale for the pur- A n n e Allbright, Little Rot:k. ini" 0 ;* . nf ""'""raging high school Jhargc of ar- charge of the light control board;' tlobl ' lh "«- P1 "lpot, a junior, -who - . a n d M r s ! . T o Garner. Ensi Chicago. Ind., ! lCCCIltl y relurnpd from Knrcfi. was George Campbell, Piggott. sound effects: Ellen Luffman, Rogers, wardrobe mislrcss: Anne Deckelman, Dumas, Lynn Carruth, Charleston. Jack Sutton, Viola, and Pat Farnsworth, Fort Smith, wardrobe assistants: Claudrtle Goshen H. D. Club Names "Clean-Up Day" The Goshen Home Dcmonstra- Konsas Group Will Entertain Veterans Lay-Mo Pup Tent Number Kight of the M i l i t a r y Order uf Ihc Cuolie of Coffcyvilk 1 , Knn.. will enter" t a i n patients of the Veterans' Hospital tomorrow afternoon at the hospital. The group will distribute gift kits to ench patient and will conduct open house. At 2:30 o'clock, a variety show will be given by I hi. company of 25, in the a u d i t o r i u m for patients, their guests and visitors. This will ncludc Gene Wren nnd his swing band; ,Fred Hclnr, ns master of ceremonies; Normat: Phipp, ventriloquist; Bob HIcc and Calvin York, special'fiddle music; R e d Partholcmew with a black-snake v/hip assisted by Charles Miller; Joe Cramer, drawing with accompaniment hy the band; Miller and Bartholomew in a black face skit. Sunshine Group Meets ; With Mrs. R.W. Crane Mrs. n. W. Crane entertained members of the Sunshine Group at tier home Thursday with an all j day meeting. A cooperative d i n n e r : was served at noon. The afternoon business meeting was presided over by the president, Mrs. Crane. Mrs. Mack Tucker acted as secretary in the absence of Mrs. Marvin Gibson. C. E. Ferguson led the de- votlonals. taken from First Corinthians. Holl rail was answered with a Valentine verse. The mystery package was won by TVJrs. II. H. Bonncr, who also won 1he pri/.c in a -Valentine gnmr. Mrs. Lcland Bryan of Fayetteville was j a special guest. Washington, D, C., was the seen of the ceremony, with .Dr. J. Warren Hastings officiating. The bride was given in marriage by John L. Eriehfion, assistant to Sen. J, W. attending George Washington University Law School. Thfi couple will make their home at 1815, 17th Sired, N. W., Apartment 508, Washington, D. C. -: Isely, Miss Mary Drake. Mrs. W. A. Gulim and Mrs. Dplbert Sw.-trl/.. Mr?, l^cly is slate president of 'AAUW. Mis. Harold Hrown of CorvallU, Ore., nnd daughter .Tudy, formerly of Fayetteville, were guests of Col. and Mrs, n. MX O'Day in Seattle, Wnsh., for the past week. Mix Brown will pail soon for Yokohama, Japan, where she will join her husband, Lieutenant Colonel Brown, who is on duty in Yokohama. The O'lDiiys m e former Fayetteville residents also. Child Sludy Group The February meeting oj the Child Study Group will be held Tuesday at fl p.m., at the home of Mrs. Edmund Watson, 125 Wrst Lafayette Street. Dr. Joe B. 'M* will speak on the r.ubjccl. "Ho\v Does Your Child Acquire Mcralc.". Announcements Practical Nur*e* CIXKR Mrs. Eva Mac Lewis will 1 teach · a course in practical 'nursing at the Nurses Home of Ihc City Hospital beginning Monday and.con- t i n u i n g through Friday. Classes will be conducted from 7 to 9 a. m. and from 3 to S p. m. All licensed j practichl nurses are required to take this course. Delia Gamma Mothers Club Delia Gamma Mothers Club will meet Tucscla; at the home of Mrs. Jeter Morris, 211 .South Duncan U 1:30 p. m. Mrs. Floy Pierce will be co-hostes. Used by thousands In rediicin* diets--Junge's Roman Meal bread. ·Il-ll-tf The planet mercury is » mean distance of 3(i million'miles away Munrio, Little Rock, and Ri!a Mc- Rogers, Fort Smith; Mike Collier. Faycttevillc, stage nnd construction crew; and box nfficc, Juanita Fairchild, Fayetteville. Mrs. Lunsford 4 Honored At Shower The O.E.S. Social Club mel Thursday evening in the Civic Clubi;ooms for the regular business meeting and a shower for Mr?. Bruce Lunsford. The mystery package was won j by Mrs. Lunsford and Mrs. Vircinia Priekclt won the door pri/.c. Other prizes were won by Mrs. Lunsford and Mrs. Ann Jones. | Hoslcsscs were Mrs. Kil Patter-! son, Mrs. Helen Baxter; Mrs. Pearl Spyrcs, Mrs. Gertrude Cupps a n d ! Miss Marie Murray. The program consisted of a ! March 13. demonstration on textile painting ·ivcn by Mrs. Clifford Button and Mrs. Pauline Clark. February L5 was named as "C o m m u n i t y Clean-Up Day," for the work in the cemetery. \ Next meeting of the club w i l l ! be March 12, at the home of Mrs. I Omcr Guinn. I Personals Members of the Kayctteville Branch of A A U W who arc attending a slate board meeting at Little Rock, today arc Mrs. Dwi«ht University Of Arkansas Band Presents A Concert By The Symphonic Winds Monday, February 18-8:15 P.M. Concert Hall-Fine Arts Center No Admission Charge REVIVAL Calvary Baptist Church Corner Maple and West Streets A. D. STUCKIY, Potter Beginning February 24th Sorvicot Each Evening at 7:30 Com*, Itlna Your Family and Wonhlo With Ui just what she want!, to give and receive C.nnrt CoDni WALLACE STERLIIG A place sollinq in her very own Wallace patiern. Wn hav« a complete collcclion of Wallace Slorling designi. Com* in lodoy and choose Ihe patlern you'll be happy lo giv» because il'i Ihe one she reolly wonts . . . Wallace Sterling Silver, Pay ai liltle at $1 Weekly Per Plat. S*flin« Ihc only ucrhnc ilhtr »ith*'/4W T(*H*ti*« Your Credit Is Always Good at

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