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February 18, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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2--MOflTHWffT AMANfAS TUMI, NytNcirW*, Artumwi fy.«nfny, Febrnor/ 1?, 1?S2 ·'·MWHIIIIIIIMHinninllHIIIMIHIlnHIIIIIHMIIIIIIIIIMHIIUIIIIIIIIIHIIIUIIIIIIIIMi , MM. KATHUIN DOZIIR illlllllllllllllMlltHIMIMIIIIlllllllllllllliilllllllillllllllllMIIM^IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Hi SI Ciuh, Cliibmom, 7:0(1 Farniington Loricc. KarniinRlnn Maknnir Hal], 7:30 Xaycltevillo l.otlco 740, Masonic Hall, 7:30 Stamp Cnllci'lor's Club, Civic Cluhrtnm, 7:3(1 University .Symphonic Winds, Arts Center Concert Hall, 8:15 Tuesday . . . Klwanis Club, Washington Hold, 12 Lions Club, FcrEUFon's 12 Delta Gamma Mothers Club, Mrs. Jeter Morris, 1:30 Sub Deb Club, Sug Cate, 7 * Kaval Reserve Composite U n i t , Kason Building, 7 300th Military Government Group, I12'.i WeH Center, 7:30 Junta' Civil.' I.racuc, Mrs, Knyn H a l l , 7:30 .Sponsmrnr, Club, Clubhouse, 7:30 0. E. S., MHsonlc Hull, 7:30 Chilu Study Group, Mrs. Edmund Watson, 8 Zola Tail Alpha A l u m n a e , Mrs. 0, II. Gamble, 8 . ' Art Exhibit Is On Display In Schools A public nrt rxh'lbll, taken from the 1050-51: Children's Art Project, is being shown in Ihe schools of "Monthly Pains" stopped " «f amazingly relieved · In 3 tut tf 4 »tt« In daclert' ttttil · OhincM lire you're putting up'-- tt*nccmarHil--with the tunctlpnilly caused paint, criunpn and weak..'-'no good" feelings of menitrUMIoru'^,"" , .For.lnht'tua! te»t»'bydoctors.tydl» Pinkham'B Compound brought com- fide or ilrlktng relief from nir.h distress In, 3 out of 4 of the cueil Ljttlt rinkhitm'R Umorftrn In lu Aciton.' Bo net LrdU K. PlnkhWi VntUbli compouBd--or nr.w, (mpf-ourrf Tablet* with Added Iron. Bcr. If--uken t h r o u g h Uie month--It dorin't'Rlve rellrr Iron tDOM bRck*eheB, jltt«r»--brln you f" briwr-bc/orr find tlurtnf. your ptrtor .Or--If you iufi«r from f(mcUontl l "nc flMhfiB" ot "chMiie of Itfe," find out holt leondcr/ul rlnAr'tllN'i (i for that, tot! I'Xvcllcvillc beginnlns today. The exhibit, done In all art mediums, Is- t h e work nf children from the first .through the 12th grades in Arkansas' nchool?! sml is npon- nored by Ihc American Association of University Won.cli. The cnllcctlon of Oil pictures la hcihg shown today anrl tnmnn-ow al^BBtes School; Jefferson School, Wo'dnosday and Thursday, at which lime Baldwin and Lincoln students will have the opportunity In we the display; Fayctlei'llle H i g h Schnol, Friday tlirnugh next Monday; Washington School, February 26 and 27lh, also for the benefit of Bradcn School; Lev- crctt, February. 28 and 2Dlh, also for Johnson. · *· Mrs. Eun Broylcsleft llus m u r n Ing for Mineral Wells, Texas, where she will visit her son, Kennel h nrnylcs. Osborne Presents Organ Recital .. Tho first of three-orirah recitals h.v Prof. Kenneth R, Osburnc was presented yesterday before a crowd in the Fine A r t s Centci concert hall. II Included chorale preludes In "Kin Twite Burg"; Haydn's "The Musical Clocks"; Chhrnl In n · ivflnor by Cedar h'ranck; Sonata 1 by Piiul Hlndc- i n l l h , nhd Pahsacaglia a n d ' F u g u e in C Minor by Bach. The audience was reprcsenta- t i v o of this part nf the slate, several mining from Fort Smith and :j number from other towns jbi the concert. Tho second of the series will be given March 30, and the third May ·!. Mrs. Ralph Barnhart Enlerfains Law Wives Mr. 1 -:. R a l p h B a r n h n r t e n t e r t a i n e d for the U n i v e r s i t y Law Wivej; and their hufh.'mds, Thursday evening al her hninc. A dcssej t course was served from a b u f f e t table, which WHS sprinkled w i t h red hearts and centered w i t h yellow jonquils. Uriilgc and r a n n s l a were played d u r i n g the' rest of the evening. Drama lies Fraternity Schedules Play Series Tile firs! nf n series of one-net 1-iayr, to be given at (be Uniyer- sily. u n d e r sponsorship of the Na- limnd Collegiate Players, honorary dramatics fraternity, will be 'l j hoenix Too rcqucnt," by Christopher Fry. It will be staged in March. The cast w i l l include M a r i l y n ilkinson, Fnycftcvillc; Lynn Car- rulli,' Charleston; and .lack Sig- tnan. speech rlcparlmont Instructor. Al Ilazclwnqd, Gurclon, n charge of Ihc Covtrtd Buttons -- Bucklti -- Btlts Including th* Ntw Contour Btlft In Every Style CtUlom FliiUhtd And Rvidy to W«ttr Iht V ttfti* Diy Wt Rictiv* Your Ordtr. :: tffcH Grttn BUmpt on Everything M*K*ih«n'i Fobric Center » «· «»"" Officers Elected By Dramatics Fraternity *crsonals Paul Phlbbs, University student from StU1w«tcr, Okla./.has been elected brcifirl'tnt of the honorary i. dramatic: year! -····"--· ....... - · ..... "'* | |i .. Mr - and Mn - William Howard ° Dallas,. Texas, announce cifirl'tnt of the honorary ^"f ol Uallas,. Jcxas, announce organization. National !' lhe l)irth ol - a » on yesterday mofn- Players, for the coming :!"' ;% "?'' t l l c Flounce Nlghlcngale * | Hospital In Dallas. Mrs. Gray is Other new officers of the group j f hc f o r m c r Mis s Malecl y McKce- arc Dolores Alexander, Summers, vice president; and Gail Adkisson, Fayettcvllle, sec-clary - treasurer. Preston Maj,.-udcr was again .named faculty sponsor, 'lew members of the organization are Miss Adkisson, Miss Alexander; Sur.anno B r y a n , V a n Ruren; Lynn Carrulh, Charleston; Colema.n Clark, Fort Smith; Ncp- pie Conner, Faycttevlllc; W i l l i a m Janncy, New York, N. V.; Catherine McHugh, Faycttcvillc; Paul Phibbs, Stlllwater, Okla.; Sylvia Stewart, M a g n o l i a ; M a r j o r i o WoiH, ^aycttcville, 'and Fred L. Kerr, Fayeltovillo. Meadow Valley Club Has Comic Hat Sale The Mearinw Valley Home Demonstration Club met Thursday with Mrs. George Berry for a cooperative luncheon. Mi's. A. N. Shively was co-hostess to the group with 10 members and one guest, Mrs. Harold Zick, present. The meeting was opened with "Our Collect" and "The Battle Hymn of the nepublie." Mrs. n. J3. Maxwell, president, gave the "history of tlio song, a f t e r which a sale of comic hats was held. Hats purchased by the members were worn throughout the meeting. A report on the County Council meeting was given and plans were made for a membership drive. Mrs. E. O. Helms was marie a new member. A number of potted p l a n t s were given for the Valentine presentation at the Veteran's Hos- pltaL .Mrs. Raymond Licrly was winner of the mystery package. The next meeting will he held at the home of Mrs. Gus Hcnbcst with Mrs. Lester Park Hurst as co- hostess. Kappa Siqmas Elect Officers For Year Bob llorncr, Helena, has been elected president of the University chapter nf Kappa Sigma lernity. Other new officers: clv- m n n Izard, Van Burcn, vice president; Doc Kstes, Fordyce, social c h a i r m a n ; Tony Dickinson, England, rush captain; Joe Edd Looney, Tyronza, treasurer, and ·Mm Bell. Pcrryvillc, sccrclary. ion, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. WcKcehan. Airs. Evelyn H a n n a h of Prairie Grove, is Visiting here . w i t h her son a n . l d a u g h l e r - l n - l a w , .Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hannah, -on Ranch Drive. · · . - Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gordon of Ann. Arbor, Mich., announce the birth of a ( daughtcr, Ann Stewart, February 9, in Ann Arbor. Mrs. Gordon is the formcr Miss Jean Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas of Fayetlevillc, and Mr. Gordon is the son of Dr. and Mrs. F. N. Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Jess D u g g a n ' a n d daughter, Jessica, left Saturday evening for Tulsa, Okla., where they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fuess of Little Rock arc the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Douglas and daughter, Anne, visited yesterday in Bcntonville, with his father, Marion Douglas, and Mrs. Douglas. "Summer And Smoke" To Open In March The Tennessee Williams play, "Summer ant! Smoke," will open in the .University Arts Center Tl -iler March 18, with Anne Allbright and .Keith Vlnsonhalcr, both of Little Rock, in the leading roles. Others in the cast will be Barbara Bennett, Faycttcville; Ban-on "Collier, Faycttcvillc; D o l o r e s Alexander, Summers; Lois Mcllor, El Dorado; Don Lovcll, Springdale; Al Hazolwnod, Gurdon; Marjorie Wood, Joplin. Mo.; Will Failla, Gould, and Paul Phibbs, Stillwater, Okla. Virgil Baker, chairman of the speech department, direct the production. Announcements Junior Ciylc Ltiiue .; '-'.'.' Junior Civic Leaf ue meet tomorrow night at o'clock at the home of Mrs. Xayc Hall, 65(1 Mission Avenue. There will b« bridge and canasta. Z.Il Tiu Alpha Alumni. Tht Zcta Tau Alpha A l u m n a e will meet at the home of "Mr:: O. H. Gamble, 221 East Lafayette will j Avenue, tomorrow evening .at 8 ":30 o'clock. Tri Delia Alliance Tlie Tri Delta Alliance will have a co-operative luncheon Werincs- day at 1:30 p. m., at the l;',,:,i? of Mrs. James T. Phillips, 005 Park Green Valley. Club ' A meeting of the. Green Valley Club will be held tomor. v'/ al 1:30 p. m., .at the home u! Mrs, lialph Plnkerton. Births O. E. S. The Order of Eastern Star will meet tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock,- in the Masonic Hall for its regular meeting and initiation. Council Of Church Women A board meeting of the Council of Church Women will, be held at the home of Mrs. Elmer H. Hook, Ml, Scquoyah, Wednesday morning at 0 o'clock. Mrs. Earl Brawn v/lll be co-hoslcss. A report will he made on' the final plans for the forthcoming World Day of Prayer, February 29. Friendly Bible Class The" Friendly Bible Class of Central Methodist Church will meet with Mrs. Joe Covington, 308 Garland Street, Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. Elkins P. T. A. The Elkins P. T. A. will meet Monday for a covered dish supper at 7 p. m., followed by a business meeting at 8 p.- m., in the Elkins School lunchroom. U.C.Y.M. Council The U.C.Y.M. Council will meet tomorrow, at 7 p.m., in the Episcopal Church Parish House. UA Faculty Ladies Nighl Ladies N i g h t will be held tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock at the University Faculty Clubrooms. Mr. and Mm. Harold MrKcr Mr. and Mrs. HaroH AIcKee of Ppringdalo announce the birth of a daughter, 'February J7, at the County Hospital. Mr. and Sirs. Vern Whitlow Mr. and Mrs. Vcrn Whitlow of Prairie Grove a n n o u n c e the birth of t daughter, February 17, it the County Hospital. V Mr. and Mn. Hubert HltlHi Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hittson of Springdale announce the birth of a son, February 16, at tht County Hospital. Birthday, parly. Central Presby- Icrian Church. .2:30 and 7:50, February 22. Admission 50c. 18-41-e Used by thousands In reducing diets-- Junge's Roman Meal bread. 11-ll-tf IT.JD*i · ASPIHIN ran CHOOM AftWVft * irtm 1 Wonderful ho ghing colds strike Special mtrfftifeV steam brings DEEP-ACTION RELIEF (ram (Mghs and stvffiiwss Now those raspy, croupy coughs of children's colds can be relieved almost instantly with thix home.proved treatment . . . two heaping spoonfuls of Vicks VapoRub In a vaporizer or bowl of boiling water as directed in package. It'l tnsy, tool . . . Your little one just breathes in the soothing steam. Every breath carries VapoRub's relief-bringing medications dcrp Into doubled throat and large bronchial tubes. There f f t f i - w o n d e r f u l f r t o f m « n f m e d i c a t e s a n d soothes dry, irritated membranes, eases away coughing, helns restore normal breath- Ing. Real comfort comes fast! For coughing spells, upper bronchial congestion and Itiat chokcd-up feeling caused by colds, there's nothing like using Vicks VapoRub in steam. And always rub it on for continued relief To insure continued action, always rub VapoRub on throat, chest and back. Works for , hours -- even while your child sleeps -to relieve distress. It's ths ·best-known home remedy you can use when any cold strikes child or grown-up... VICKS VAPORUB Prices Effective- Tuesday, £ Wednesday, Thursday only SAFEWAY Afore power to, your dollar)'.vilues like'tHese give dollars greater buying power at Safeway. Tissue 13 S1.00 Brown " Btauly Turnip Mustard ; Highway 1 Slfe'e'd Bulch.r Shop Oardemida Brand Standard Pack Loke Mead Fancy Gelatin Deistrt Htint, Gerberi 10 Cans $1.00 11 ^$1.00 4 12 8 6 8 16-oz. 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