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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 19, 1952
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TtMMtoy, rvfeftNiry l», WJ \\ .t Miss McClelland Engaged NUt». KATHIKN OOZIM MIIIIIMIIIIIHMIIIIIMIItllMflllllllinilliliiliilliitllliiiiilMllllinillllllllllllllllilti · Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Sub Deb Club, SUB Calc, 7 Kaval Reserve Composite U n i t , Easnn Building, 7 3Q6th Military Government Group. DiM/i West Center, 7:30 Junior Civic Lenjue, Mrs. K«yo Hull, 7:30 Sportsmen! Club, Clubhouse, 7:30 0, E. S., Masonic Hull. 7::i(i ..Chilu Study Group, Mrs. Edmund Walkon, R Zet« Tau Alpha Alumnae, Mn. 0. H. Gamble, 8 "Dark of the Moon," U. A. Thealer, 8 ' . Wednesday . . . Council Of Church Women Board Meeting, Mrs. Elmer H. Hook 9 t.. m. Exchange Club, Ferguson's, 12 Outlook Club. Mrs. Vlrpll Fielder, 1 Trl Delta Alliance. Mrs, James T. Phillips. l:3n . Fayeltevllle High School P. T. A., A r t l v i i y Room, 3 Dee Gen Club, 4 Navsl Reserve Eleclronlc Company S-8 Drill, Eason Building, 7 Delta Slirma, Hugh Kincnid, 7:30 Kappa Alpha Phi, 45 East Rock Sired, 7:30 88lsl Volunteer Air Korre Reserve Training Squadron, UA M i l i t a r y Department, 7:30 University Law Wivcj, Student Union, 7:30 Army Reserve, 112V4 West Ccr.lcr, 7:30 Military Order of Purple Heart. VFW H a l l , 7:30 Washington,Lodge One. Masonic Hall, 7:. p )0 University Lodge U. D., Masonic Hall, 7:30 1,0. O.F, JOOF Hall, 8 CeJlo Recital, Art Center Concert Hall, 8 Methodist Men's Club Has Election Of Officers · The Methodist Men's Club met Monday night at Wesley Hall for dinner and election of officers with approximately 175 members and guests present. Officers eljcled for the cnmlng year were Allen Reynolds, presl- 'dent; Hnrrel Hall, vice president; · J. F. Palmer, secretary; Jack Lson- «rd, treasurer, Rctlrlpg officers .were Wesley Gordon, president; ·L. O. Graham, vice president; Bill Heinrichs, secretary; Paul Petty, treasurer. Entertainment, in charge «if Wesley Foundation, included Miss Ida Weir, singing "Serenade," and a duct, "Song of Love." with .lack Wlnegart; Kay Thompson singing a medley of George Gershwin songs; three numbers by the "barbershop" quartet, composed of Charles Marlel, Denny K l t t r e l l , Jack .WInecarl and K h e i t n n Sovct; engagement and approaching marriage of Miss nillio Sue McClelland to Harold F. Harmon, son uf Mr. and Mrs. Tony Harmon of Springdble, Is announced by her parents, Mr. nncl Mrs. Earl McClelland of Johnson. pantomime skit entitled "Th Lighthouse Keeper's Daughter" b pledges of Wesley Players; in con elusion, Kay Thompson, as a litll liny,' singing "Is I Gotta Go T School, Mom?" Piano accompani mont was by Cherry Glnglos. Guest speaker for the evcnln was the Rev. Albert Gatlin o Conway, head of Town and Coun try Commission of (he Methodis Church in the Northwest Arkansa Conference, who spoke on the rils integration of rural communitle and r u r a l churches. His subjcc was "Reclaiming A Lost Heritage. Special gucsts were the Re\ Hubert Pcarcc of Bentonvllle, th fcv. Jimmy Wcathcrford of St Paul, and the Rev. J, G.'Cordcl of the Church*bf the Nazarcnc in iayctlevillc. New members of the Town Club "·ave been aimounccd as Capt, mic Urs. George Parsons, M a j . and Ylrs. Al Hughes, Mr. and Mrs George Goarharl. Mr. and Mrs, cue Williams and Dr. a n d ' M r s . Cny Knylor. "One of Arkansas' Fine Stores" High School P.T.A. Plans Silver Tea And Program I The" Fayellcvillc High School i I'.T.A. will observe Founders Day tomorrow nflcrnoon at 3 o'clock J i n the Activity Room, with R. K. Bent, president, prcsidinx. . One of (he main features of the program will be a short play, prc- i senling the aims and objectives : P.T.A, and a brief history of organization. The production be directed by Mrs.' Bent, nnd will star Mrs. 0. H. Gamble, ·Mrs. George Cole, Mrs. Hugh Kin- '·sid.'Mrs. Orrln Hcnbcst and Mrs. George Rranigan. Following the meeting, there be a Founder's Day Silver All contributions will be to promote child welfare. The tea will be in chirgo of Mrs. W. C. Whltfield, and the devotional will be given by Miss Vclma Hall. Teen-Age Dance To Follow Game Friday Night Teen-agers will be entertained at the Country Club, following the Fayetteville High School and Sprlngdale'basketball game, Fri- Announcements World-Famous Cellist to Be Heard At U.A. Edmund Kurtz, · world-famous cellist, will give a recital at the University Arts Center concert hall at 8 p.m. tomorrow. Following a concert .in Berlin, in 1828, tht great dancer, Anna i t e a a n d formcr presidents will be Pavlova, went backstage to see him i spcc ' 9 ' gucsts ' B*t« SehMl P. T. A. Bates School P. T. A. will have its regular meeting Thursday afternoon at 2:45 o'clock. There will to an executive meeting at 2:30 o'clock. Founders Day will be observed with a program and silver and offered to buy up all of contracts if he would accompany her on tour and play the cello solo every time she daiiced "The Swan." Kurt-/, accepted the offer, and toured with the company Jpr two and a half years. His f i n a l appearance with the company was Brussels, under the patronage pe »· of the Queen of Belgium, when, In spile of the fact that Pavlova had died suddenly, the company carried on and Kurtz played Saints a »nt' " " stage. Xhe Swan" to an empty day evening. A party and dance has been planned wilh dance music to be furnished by Buddy Hayes and his orchestra. Committed members in charge of arrangements arc Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hatfield chairmen; Mr. and Mrs. J u l i u s Laner, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shreve, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stewart. Shower Compliments Mrs. Jack Evans A shower, complimenting Mrs. Jack Evans, was given Thursday night at the home of Mrs; Roy Jackson. . Hostesses were Mrs. Dana Lee Means and Mrs. Hcttie. Bogan. Decorations were carried out i . l)ink and blue. Game prizes were won by Helen McCullah, Mrs. ay Jones and Mrs. Evans. i Gucrts who attended were Mrs. R. Gabbard, Mrs. Dewey Se- murn, Mrs. Jim Gabbard, Mrs. oe Bassett. Mrs. Glen Courtney, 'eggy Sebourn, Mrs. Lucidlle Os- urn, Ilcltn McCullah, Mrs. W. H. Junlcvic, Mrs. Carl McDanicl, Mrs. Ray Jones, Mrs. Juanita Tors'. Mrs. Charles Rochier. Mrs. Bob Crudup. Mrs. Earl Ralston, Mrs. ietty Gabbard, Mrs. George Ro- hier, Mrs. Alfred Carson, Mrs. Yank Terry, Mrs. J. A. Evans. ..avona Thompson, Mrs. Ethel :eese, Mrs. George Pense, Mrs. Ithel Fincher, Mrs. Elva Shclton, tn. Donald Walker, Carolyn Os- turn and Mrs. Leonard Ray. toinbow Girls Have ormal Initiation The Order of Rainbow For Girls eld formal initiation Saturday ighl in the Masonic Hall for Co ;ita Byrd. Preceding the ceremony, a busi- css meeting was held, at which me Lois Mitchell was introduced as grand representative from Arkansas to Nevada. Various reports were made. Several. Master Masons nnrt F,astcrn Stars were present. Among those Introduced: were worthy matron and 'worthy patron, Mr. and Mrs, Howard G r i f f i t h , and worshipful master of Lodge "40, Sterling Byrd. Refreshments of hot chocolate, coffee and cakes were served in the lounge by Delora Wilkinson, refreshment chairman, and Char- Icnc Rlggins. There will be i n i t i a t i o n held at the next meeting, February 25. "Dark Of The Moon" Open Tonight At UA .."Dark of the Moon" opens tonight at the University Theater lor a five-night run. Curtain time will be at 8 o'clock and tickets are on sale at the box office. The production, based on the 'oik ballad. "Barbara Allen," was v i n n c r of (he Maxwell Anderson prize for verse.drama during its run or Broadway in 1943. Starrin in the play arc Jim Keifncr o Wichita. Kan., and Sue Rcdyard of Fort Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Blossom nnd daughters spent the past week- e n d , in Little Rock. In his concert at the University, he will play another composition by Saint-Sacns, Allegro Appos- sionato. Other compositions programmed are: Toccata, Fresco- baldl; Largo and Allegro, Boc- chcrini; Sonata in F major, Op. 99. Brahms; Sonata in G minor, Opus 19, Rachmaninoff; Capriccio, Opus 8, Hindemlth, and Tarantella, Opus 23, Piatll. Leo Nadelmann will be at the piano. There will be no ' admission At St*n In Vogut Our's Alone Be'lriann Inlermels the Spring Suits for '.M w i l h the .iciilphirod lines, t l i r b e a u t i f u l de- t a i l i n g , which only his creative genius can «lve jou, In Forttniftnn'i Tanuccn. $125.00. Train for the Top Acquir* Greater Earning Power Your first «ltp to business luccesi it thorough training. Enroll now for on* of our thorough coursei. Fayetteville Business College "Thi Sch**l Yeu'll llk«" HI W. DIckMn Phoni II charge for the public, which will be presented under auspices of the University's Artists and Concerts Committee. Skating Party Honors Helen Marie Graham A skating party was given Saturday afternoon in honor of Helen Marie Graham on her 12th birthday. Chaperons were her pa.-- crits, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Graham, and . E. W! Dozicr. Those w h o a t t e n d e d were Joan Blankenship, Carol Coldiron, Louise Guisinger, Charlotte Waggone,, Martha Nan McKinncy. Sarah Smith, Carolyn Lewis, Carol Cooley, Sue Dunlevey, Scottie and Sandy Dozicr. Judy Morris, Kay- cile Woodruff, Becky and Nita Ann Kincaid. Minette and Dorothy Silverman. Julie Perry, Janet Adams, Ronnie Woodruff, Jce. Tom Backus, Perry Foringer, Allan' Beauchamp, John Henbost, Jimmy Co.\, Bernic Huvinga, Joe Bisselt, Tommy Utley, Donnie De- Univemlly Liw Wives University Law Wives will mcl tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock "in the Student Union. This will be a special meeting for the election of officers. Morris, chairman, and program. Refreshments Personals Mrs. J. H. Liles "of Anaheim Calif., was the guest. this past weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Allen Reynolds of' the Coca- Cola Company is attending the Arkansas Bottlers meeting in Little Rock. He is expected to return Wednesday. · Marion. Chapter, D. A. R. The Marion Chapter of D. A. R. will meet Thursday at 2:30 p. m., at the home of Mrs. J. Norman Payn=, 919 West Dicksnn Street. Assisting Mrs. Payne will be Mrs. Mary Lou Payne, Mrs. Paul Mc- Whortcr and Mrs. W. H. Church. Miss Harriet King will be in charge of the program on "Girl Homcmakers." Chapter S, P.E.O. Sisterhood Chapter S of the P.E.O. Sisterhood will meet Thursday at 1:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. George Branigan. .Mrs. A. W. Blake will be assistant hostess. The Program Committee has arranged a program en "Time To Exchange." and the finance committee w i l l be in charge of a "talent auction." Outlook Club The Outlook Club will meet meet Wednesday with Mrs. Virgil Fielder for luncheon at 1 p. m. Mrs. Lippert Ellis will be in charge of the program. Chapter K, P.E.O. Siittrhood Chapter K of the P.E.O. Sisterhood will meet Thursday at 2:30 p.m. with Mrs. Triad Rowdcn, Jr., 100 North Skyline Drive. Mrs. Ernest Ward will be co-hostess. Washington Lodte One Washington Lodge One have Miss Florence Shivel left yesterday morning for her home in Albuquerque, N. M., after visiting here since October with Miss Eleanor Quinn and Misses Hazel and Ethel Johnson. ; Maj. Gen. Crump GarVin, former Fayetteville resident, is visiting briefly in Little Rock, with his brother, 0. W. Garvin, b e f o r e leaving on Europe. a new assignment in Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hancock and daughter, Carol, returned Saturday from visiting in Athens, Macon and Atlanta, Ga., and in Columbia, Tenn. Mr. Hancock while in Atlanta, attended a con- ference of Southe Workers. Agricultural The Rev. Marius 'Undlo'ff hai .been appointed as Provincial Secretary for College Work in the Seventh Province, effective January 1, 1952. The ippointment was made by the presiding bishop and approved by the National Council, at its meeting held at Seabur'y House,' Greenwich, Conn. Mir. and Mrs. Henry Watson o( Oardcii Grove, Calif., have been visiting with Mrs. Watson's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Rich,, while en route to New Orleans, La., where .they wiJJ attend the Mardi Gras. Accompanying Ihem was .Mr. Rich'i cousin, Mrs. Lucy Washington of Joplin, Mo. Births Mr. and Mri. Edwir* Bcrner · Mr. and Mrs. Edward Berner of Springdale announce the birth of. a son, February 19, at the Coun- Hospital. Used by thousands In reducing diets -- Junfe's Roman Meal bread. Keep ·» with UM atom i«M [fee Timra M/Dle Flavor TOPS THEM ALL! Yes, all your waffles, pancakei «id hot breads!. Griffin's Waffle Syrui is so rich with maple flavor . . . and so thick that waffle* stay crisp, pancakes stay firm. Costs lesa too--: get some today 1 ' (/***' University UD Lodge, Wednesday ments will be served. Central Presbyterian Birthday Party The a n n u a l birthday party of Central Presbyterian Churrh will be held Fridjty at 2:.?0 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., at the church. The fioubtv food whtii y*u UM G r i f f i n ' i flour for «rtr» lijrhtnccs . . . thee fl*v« (t with t.rr.plini Griffin 1 ! Wtf- fl* Syrup! A bit trett--« costo »o littl*] Try it today. Ladies Organization of tile church will he in charge wilh Mrs. Jeter No Place for a.Heavy Rot! You'd find it out, in 3 mile or so, even if we failed to tell you. But we t h i n k it's best if we tell you now-- -you mint treat the accelerator wilh special respect vhen you drive the Golden Anniversary Cadillac! ' Down under the hood of this gorgeous car is the most powerful engine ever used in standard American production. · So take it easy--wherever you drive. Don't use t h a t power to bolt away when the light t u r n s green-and other cars have their ways to make m the tr.irfic lanes beside you. And never use it for unnecessary speed, or for dominating the highway. Use it, instead, for the thing it was put there for--use it to t h a t easy, floating, comforting ride which can come only when your engine is "loafing, and most of its power is in luxurious reserve---use it to give you that "shot ahead" when an opening shows in the traffic line-or when your safely calls for a blast of power-- --use it for a thrilling sense of mastery over car and time and space-- --use it, in short.Jbr happiness ind luxury--and lor adding satisfaction to every mile you drive. As you would expect, this amazing performance is out o;« ol the wonderful virtues t h a t have been added to the Golden Anniversary Cadillac. There is marvelous new beauty-inside and outside. I here is a wholly new type of power steering- available as optional equipment at extra cost. And there are literally scores of refinements and improvements ol vital importance. v . l;nr its "year of years," Cadillac has certainly built its car of cars. ' Come in and see it-whethcr you feel you are ready for a Cadillac or not. It s an inspiration to inspect it- ana an experience to drive it. But if you do drive it, please remember-//'; no place Jor a heavy Joot! HATFIELD PONTIAC CO. 22-24 [AST MEADOW FAYITTIVILLI, ARK.

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