Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 20, 1952 · Page 2
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. MIS. KATHlfEN DOZIH HIIMMIIIIIIIHIHflMlltMllliilMlllllllliliiiiiillliiillliiiiillilMllllllliillllllllllllll · Daily Calendar of Events · Tonight"".".', Naval Reserve Electronic Comj.any 8-8 Drill, Eaton Building, 7 Dells Sigma, Hugh Kincaid. 7:30 .Kappa Alpha Phi, «» E«st Rock Sired, 7:;in 884let Volunteer Air force flesiirve Trainini Squadron, L'A Military Department, 7:30 University L«w Wives, Stud«nt Union, 7:30 Army Reserve, 112V, West Center. 7:M Military Order of Purple Heart. VFW Hall, 7:30 Washington Lodge One, Masonic Hall, 7:.ici University Lodge U. I)., Masonic Hall, 7:3(1 I.O.O, K., 100F Hill, I Cello necltjil, Art Center Concert Mill, B "Bark of 1h.c Moon," Art Center Theater, 8 Thursday . , . notary Club, Washington Hotel, 12 Chapter S, P.E.O.. Mrs. Cicorxe Branigan, l:jri Maiioii Chapter D.A.fl,, Mrf. J. Normcn Payne, 2:30 Chapter K, P.K.O., Mrs. Thart finwdtn, 2:30 Shamrock Club. Mrs. Hrnry Shreve, 2:30 'Levered School P.T.A., 2:45 Bales School I'.T.A., 2;15 American Legion A u x i l i a r y , Legion Hul, 7:30 "Dalit of the Moon," Art Center Theater, 8 Junior Civic League Plans Rummage Sale 7'he Junior Civic Lenjjue m at the home of Mrs. F/iye HI last night, when plans were mud for · rummage sale to be he! Saturday for th* benefit of Ih Boys Club.. Rummage will be re ceived by calling 2288-11 or 31,11-J by topiorrowi Tentative plans wore made fo supporting an extensive wasl · paper collection, also for the benc fit of Ihe Boys Club. Mrs, E. L. Romans, senior ad ylsor, discussed Ihe proposed five year teacher-training p r o j e c sponsored by the Ford Founds lion. The club indorsed resolu lions In favor of the plan. Mis Dorothy Branlley (rave a demonstration on personal grooming, for the evening program.; Good Ntws For Mother Whin tomtom i» III In your family, depend on ui to htlp. No motttr th« hour w«'ll rush you your nttdi as rapidly as w« possibly can. FREE DELIVERY Call 3010 CONYERS PHARMACY CORNER (LOCK k DICKION Luncheon Given At Home Of Mrs. Morris Delta Gamma Mothers met yesterday for luncheon at the home of Mrs. Jelci- Morris will) Mrs. Floyd Pierce as co-hnalcra. Twelve members were prcscnl and one (tied!, Mrs. Charles Byoi-j of Springdalc. Mrs. Earl Houk presided during a brief business session, which ; preceded the luncheon. * Mrs. Dwight Cahficld was appointed lo succeed Mrs. Allen Joiner as secretary. Mrs. Byant, who organized Ihe Dcila Gamma Mothers Club In Kansas City, Mo.,' spoke on the nc- tlyltlcs.D/ the Kansas Clly club. The lace covered table was centered with an arrangement of red carnations and the cake, iced and ornamented with cherries, carried Jul the George Washington motif, n observance of his birthday this monlh. Party And Shower .'Compliments ! Alice Paddock Mm. C. p. Slacker. Mrs. J. Glcasun and Mrs. fi. C. Wray were hostess last evening al the Stacker home on West Maple Streel. foi v kilclien shower and dessert bridge and canasta In honor of Miss Alice Paddock, bride elect of Tom Pearson, Jr. A dessert plale was carved b u f - fet style from the riininj, room table, which was .covered with an imported Chinese clolh and cen- lered with a crystal epcrgnc f i l l ed with while sweet peas. Tall white laprre were used in crystal holders. Hcd tapers were placed j 'in t h e buffet and cut iprinii I flowers were arranged throughout ;ho house. Theic were 18 gucsls present ncluding one out of town guest, ·Irs. Rufus McNair ol Tuba, Okla. ?harmacy Wives Entertained At Bachman Home University Pharmacy V/ivcs met Barnett-Tickner Engagement Told Heart Fund Donation Made By H. D. Club The Elm Springs Home Demonstration Club made IT donation f $» to the Heart Fund Friday a n lill day niccllng nt the home if Mrs. Elbcrt Grlmslcy. Plans wcr« nudn for some of the 17 lombers present to help wth the vork being done at Sprlngdnlo on :owns lor Ihn now hospital. Mrs. 'ohri Anderson, health leader, live ii report on the health mect- i« litld;liist .week nt Fnyctlevlltc. A discussion on the Importance of 'otln« was led by the president, Mrs. Hirry Jay roe. After the business mcetlinj, aniM were led by Mrs, Fred lellstern, recreation leader, The group was invited to the ome of Mrs. Tommle Combs for ic meeting in March. t Ihe home of Afrs. n. O. Bachnan, last evening for canasta and 'n-idgc. .Mrs. Charles Bishop and Mrs. .uthcr Goings worn winners for anasta and Mrs. Wayne G r i f f i t h nd Mrs. C. K. Chrislcnscn, Win- ers for bridge. Prizes were dis- ·ibulcd, after which the hostess, ssislert by Mrs. Clarence Bolin, o-hoslcss, served a sandwich ourwe by candlelight. Future business was discussed nd it was decided the next meet- will bc at Ihe horn of Mrs. hrislcnscn. Those a t t e n d i n g were Mrs. · eorgc Pazdcra, Mrs, Reed llollo- nirin, Mrs. Ii. O. Jones, Mrs Agatha Kobeson, Mrs. Slcwart Friedman, Mrs. Jim Steed, Mrs G r i f f i t h , Mrs. Chrlstenicn, Mrs Charles Hishop and Mrs. Goings, Miss Juonilo Cassat Entertains H, D. Club The Homemalicrs Demonstration Club mel last night in Ihe home of Mrs. J u a n i l a Cassat on Highway 1C wesl. The devotional was read by Mrs. Bully Honkins, and the ;,ocm of the monlh was read by Mrs. Cassat. Mrs. Dorothy Strange cave the palming of the month. Roll c.ill wns answered wllh a discussion of "something I need to learn lhal would help me vote more Intelligently" or "do I con- cider voting Important?" Mrs. n. D. Maxwell spoke on the membership drive, and Mrs. Margaret Hrownflcld, county H. D. agcnl, spoke on "good 1 grooming." A while cicnhunt xq\c .brought $1.411. Mrs, Marie Maddux'won the mystery package. Plans were made for the c l u b to make a footstool. Three visitors, Mrs. niowniiclrl, Mrs. M a x w e l l , and Mrs. Martha Mayo, and one new member, Mrs. Mary Lingclbach, were present. The next meeting will lie with Mrs. Turner Zick. Mr. and Mrs. T. .' Darnell of Springdale announce the engage- mem and approaching marria'.c of their daughter, Dorothy, to .lac.:- Tickncr of Kansas City, Mo. The wedding will he an cvcnl of i March I, in the bride's home. Miss ! Harriett is now an employe of I the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company In FayeUeville. Mr. Tickncr is a g r a d u a t e of law school al the University and is now employed in Kansas City, where Ihe couple will make Ihcir home.--Bob's Photo; i Shower Honors ' Mrs. Bob Clifton ' West Fork-iSpeciali-A pink-and blue shower honoring Mrs. Bob Clifton was given Thursdav night in Ihe home of Mrs. Maggie Thrasher and her daughter, Mrs Robert Glover, will] Mrs. Murat Smith as co-hostess. Those present were Mrs. Lake Carter, Mrs. Diehard Smith, Mrs I5d Sample, Mrs. Mary Harp Mrs H. A. Carter, Mrs. J. O. Phillips' Mrs, Bucl Woods, Mrs. T. L. Me-' | Knight^ Mm, Jewel Karncs, Mrs., tor, Mrs. W. E. Phillios, Mrs." G'IIIS ' Chflon. Mrs. Dean Parker, Mrs. II. V. Dc.xter, Mrs. Francis Hall, Hubert Crouch. Mrs. Ed Garnctt Mrs. Gcorae Hill, Mrs. Itoy Francisco and Mrs. George Freeze. After the gifts were opened nnd displayed, refreshments w e r e served. Valentine colors were carried out. Bridal Shower Honors Bonnie Jo Watson Bonnie Jo Tyrcc Watson was ignored with a bridal showr jivcn at the home of Mrs, Harry ·.'oilier or Prairie Grove, Satur- · iay evening. The dining room, where gi/ts were displayed, was decorated with the Valentine motif. The I table, covered with a lace cloth, was centered with a bride's cake decorated with pink carnations. Game prizes were won by Mrs. , I.oyd Khsrp, Mrs. J, J. Fiddle-, : Mrs. J. H. Walton, Mrs. Ezclta Clones, Mrs. Ella Younl nnd Mrs. · Ronnie Walson, Refreshments | wore served by Ihe hoslosses and gifts were presented to the honoree by Jonnio Bassnam. Mrs. Pinkerion Has Green Valley Club Mrs. Ralph C. Pinkerion entertained Jfi members of the Green Valley Club and two guests, Mrs. i K. E. Brady and Mrs. Jones, yesterday afternoon at her home. After a short business meeting a social period was held and refreshments served by Ihe hostess Mrs. A. H. Lindsay received the mystery package. Goshen 4-H Club Meets At School The Coshcn 4-11 Club met last night in the Goshen School House. The meeting was opened by the president, Jim D u l t o n / a n d Clifford Duttun gave a demonslralion on how to make a cyclone air cleaner. Refreshments were served by Billy Charles Phillips and Pa-jla Morris. Albin To Discuss Art Of The Orient Under sponsorship of Ihe Art Guild, Edgar A. Albin, associate professor of art at thr University, will give the first in a scries of lectures on Art of t h e Orient, tonight at 7;45 o'clock in the Lcc- lurc Room of Ihe Art Center. There is m charge for admission. Art of India is the subject for personals Mrs. Don Trumbo entertained the Wednesday Bridge Club thi. afternoon at Ferguson's Cafeteria Friday Club will be entertained this week at the home of Mrs Jai Fulbright on Ml. Nord. Mrs. Wade Hester spent the weekend in Bolivar, Mo., visiting her daughter, Miss Sue Moore who is. a student at Soulhwcs 1 Baptist College. Phillip V. Engler, seaman op- prentice, USN, con of Mr. and Mrs Kyle Ensle'r of Fayetlevillc, is in recruit training at the U.S. Nava! Training Center, Great Lakes, 111. Mrs. Edith Lewis is recovering from an appendectomy, performed Monday evening at the City Hos- pilal. Her condition is reported as satisfactory. Mrs. Stanley Bohe has returned from a two weeks trip with her husband Sergeant Bohe of Fort Sill, Okla., to the Rio Grande Valley, Mexico and New Mexico. Ser- ccant Bohe will leave Saturday for overseas service. Capt. Frank D. Proclor who re- cenlly received the Bronze Star for "meritorious service" in Korea in ceremonies at Tmrd Army Headquarters, Fort ,-McPherson, Ga., is Ihe husband of Ihe former Miss Helen While, daughter of Mrs. J. M. White of Fayetteville. Norman K. Warren, electrician's male, Ihird class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin H. Warren of Faycltcvillc, and husband of Mrs Mary Jo Warren of Pico, Calif., is returning from a six months lour of duty, lo Ihe United Slates aboard Ihe attack cargo ship, USS Oglethorpe. Dickson Street. Uverelt School r.T.A. Lever It School P.T.A. will have its regular meeting tomorrow afternoon at 2:45 o'clock, preceded by an executive meetinj, at 1:30 o'clock. Mrs. E. C. Tatum will be in charge ol the Founders Day program. A silver tea wil! follow the regular meeting. SEC Will Require Athletics To Sign No-Pay Affidavits Palsy Walls, daughlcr of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Walls of Little Rock, has been -elected Commerce Queen at Ihe University. She will rule over the annual Commerce Day celebration of the College of Business Administration, to bc held this spring. Miss Watts was selected in a student election from a group of 11 candidates. To More Comfort Wlth.ut Minim N»«lni h»r.kiiehp, I-IM of pru und rnrrrr » «rt. t hr. unit 4ltlncli mir lie dnt In .In.. l'iwn or kldnny fiinctlnn. Doclorc my fond hi 1 *?!' l"r cll f" '· "" |J Jwd li^iltn. Whfniompevrrydiy nmill'lun iiuch ·· plrm n;l iinln/num Ihli Imnmlmt funtllnnln«l..wdi,wn.m.nyrolk..ul).riii,. tint hitkirhr~f«l mlranblt. Mlnnr h «5. d.r Irrltittonp dur In ,M nr wmn« dltl i»» «U..I.llln«unnlthl n rftr,| l ,,n[ r .M,,", . , len'l v'lM rour kHnt» If lh.."'" n ": tloni hilhrr ;nu. Tr, Ilo.n', rill,.. ,,,,,,, dlurftlr. U,«d iucr«.f,i|| r ky mllliTM. f o r 5»r«0 mr». If, .nj.tln. tin. m.nT llmei ( - 'i* " J", r " '!"'' 'TM m lh »' ithrom. Un I i « . n n c y l i i » , . , H i oul wHtf, G«t i)o«n', Plli M. Chi Omega Officers Named For New Year Officers for the new year were elected Monday night by the Chi Omegas and are announced as: Shirley Newman, Berryvillc, president; Joanne Hamilton of Ultle Rock, vice president; Carolyn Polk, Little llock, secretary; Carolyn Cnbb, Little Rock, treasurer; Mary Jo McMakin, Fort Smith, pledge trainer; Catherine McCartney, Fort'Smith, rush cap- lain; Pally Murphy, Fort Smith, chapter corvcspondonti L i b b y Hol.ncs, Fort Smith, social chair- nan; Mary Pearl Harbuck, Maln, personnel. Dr. Espy To Address UA Students, Faculty Dr. Ii. I|. Ertwin Espy, executive ccrcUry of the National Sludenl Council of the Young Men's Chrls- iiin Association, will address Uni- 'crslly students, faculty members nd religious leaders at the Uni- 'ersity February 27, at II p. m., in he Student Union game room. Dr. Espy will also meet that a f t - rnoon with religious leaders, and will conduct a discussion group that ni(!ht ill Gregson Hall. He is flic author of a recent book. "The Religion of College Teachers." Dr. D. A. Hinkle Is S. W. C. President Dr. D. A. Hinkle, head of the University agronomy department was elected 'president of the Southern Weed Conference at Ihcir a n n u a l meeting held recently in A t l a n t a , Ga. The conference is composed of research workers in the southern region who arc engaged in experimental work on weed control. Workers in other regions of the country are organized into similar conferences. As president of the group, Doc- lor I l l n k i c will be primarily responsible for arranging next year's meeting, to bc held in conjunction with the annual meeting of the Association of Southern Agricultural Workers in New Orleans. at later dales. Lectures to follo\ will be heard on alternalc Wed nesday nights at the same time Ozork Club Meets With Mrs. Pauline Brock The Owirk Community Clui met Monday with Mrs. Paulin Brock with IB members and threi visitors present. Two of the ijuest became new members of Hie club Quilling was done during thi day for the 'hostess. At noon lunch was served and gifts weiv received by Ihe retiring officers for services rendered during the past year. The next meeting will bc held wilh Mrs. T. L. Davis in the Bethlehem Community, March 3 State Contest Winners To Be Named In March "Build Freedom Wifli Youth," conletl sponsored by Ihe Kroger company and Ihe General Federation of Women's Clubs, -closed last Friday. Kroger will award $25,000 in national and s t a t e prizes to the women's club doing Ihe best job of community improvement. Stale winners will be announced within the next month. Top ranking projects from each of Ihe 48 states, Alaska, and the Dislricl of Columbia will then compete for national, prizes. Winners will be announced during Ihe a n n u a l con- vcnlion of the O'cncral Federation in Minneapolis, May 13. Births Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Heffernan Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Heffe inn of Fayetteville announce th Jirtli of » son, February 19, al II Counly Hospital. ·J, 0. Wilt, Jr., of the Hargis tanneries, is the new president of he Ozark Canncrs Association. The election was held at the annual meeting of the association in Springfield, Mo., Thursday. Larry Dewese of Springdale, was named vice president and Joe Talbert of Fayetteville, is treasurer. Birmingham, Ala. -W)- T h c Southeastern Conference will require its 1952 athletes' to sign affidavits t h a t they have not re 1 - ccived any extra compensation for their athlclic abililics. Comissioner Bernie Moore announced loday lhat such a slep was approved by the SEC at Its annual meeting last December. The new rule will be in effect by next football season. It makes the affidavit a condi- ion of eligibility for ail alhleles entering after January 1, this year. The conference permits athletic cholarships provlding'room, board, books, tuition and laundry. The new SEC regulation does lot change the value ol scholar- hips, but it will place each play- r under oath that he has hoi re- eivcd aid in excess of Ihe scholar- hip and lhat he had received no i d , except through established school sources. A'uinni Association, Sinkwich came \» Timpa in 1950 for. his first f U n f i t college coaching. He found only t fey/ players left from a team that had won but two'fames In two years. His learns w o n 11 games] dropped seven and tied one d...- ing his two-year tenure. Placing Slug In Meter Expensive In California Glcndale, Calif.-(yP)-For dropping a slug in a parking meter, Mrs. Helen Marie Nyegaard was conviclcd yesterday on a charge · of defrauding tne city, fined $50 and sentenced to lO.days in jail. Tbdoy'i Market- Mrs. Bculah Whorley, associate professor of vocational education at the University, attended a mccling of Ihe Southern Regional , Conference on Home Economics i F.dticatiorj in New Orleans, La.,! il week. She was secretary of ! (he general sessions and on com- j mittces working on criteria for selection of student teaching ccn- lers and p l a n n i n g for in-service training of teachers. Successor Sought For Sinkwich At Tampa U, Tampa, Kla. -(K)- University of Tampa officials arc considering a successor to Frank Sinkwich as head football coach from a Ilsl of several candidates. Sinkwich, formerly' an' A l l America halfback at the University of Georgia, lias resigned ef- fective.March 1 to enter Ihe furniture business here. The Youngslown, Ohio, coach resigned last spring but reconsidered al Ihe insislcnce of the SI. Louis National- Stockyards,- lll.-f/pr. USDA-Hogs 6.500; fairly'active- barrows and gills steady to strong with Tuesday's average; sows steady to weak; hulk choice Nos I, 2 arid 3 180-230 Ibs 17.75-90-' several loads mostly choice No. i and 2 under 220 Ibs to shippers and butchers 18.00; packer top 17.75; choice Nos. 1, 2 and 3 230240 Ibs 17.50-75; -250-325 Ibs I6.00-17.2S; 150-170 Ibs 150017.25; 120-140 Ibs 12.75-15,00; l'nOi 110 Ibs 11.25-12.75; sows 400 Ibs down 14.75-15.75; heavier sows 12.75-14.50; stags. .11.50-13.50- boars 9.00-11.50. Cattle 2,000; calve's.'46o; opening slow on all'classes;'few commercial to choice' steers arid heifers 27.50-33.25, about steady; very little done on cows; initial bids u n - ' evenly lower; bulls, and- vealers steady; utility and commercial bulls 23.00-26.75; few high choice and prime vealers .40.00-41.00; · bulk good and choice vealers 32.0039.00; utility and commercial veal- ers 23.00-30.00.... '.Sheep 1,500;'lambs opening fully steady to 25 higher than Tuesday on limited early transactions; few lots mostly choice and prime wopled lambs 28.00-50; earjy top 28.50 to butchers and shipper; " short deck mostly good grade fall clipped lambs 26.50;'large part of run still unsold; slaughter ewes steady, largely; 13.0fl.r24.00 except, cull ewes 9.00-11.00; aged bucks mostly one price 11.00. Used by thousands.In reducing diets--Junge's Roman Meal bread. 11-U-tf iaTerti«g In the TIMtilt-lt »u«. Miss Elizabeth Ellis plans to ve Saturday for Dallas, Texas, where she will allend the Music Tcacht n National Association convcnlion beinj held there Sun- , day through February 28. She will ; also attend the Southwestern re- j fiional convention of the National ; Association of Teachers of Sing- | , which will be Monday and Tuesday in Dallas. Miss Ellis is [ icutonnnl-govcrnnr from Arkansas of Ihe Association of Sinking j Teachers. Announcements Shamrock Club The Shamrock Club will meel omprrow al 2:30 p. m. with Mrs. lenry Virevc, California Drive. K.M.Q. Club Mrs. Alcuin Easnn, Sr., will en- crlain the K.M.Q. Club Friday al p. m., in her home al 5 West K ». |_ itchen . GUARANTEES YOU BETIEK IAKING OH r0t/ff MONIY UCK At your SAFEWAY STORE WE ARE R E A D Y ANNOUNCEMENT TO SERVE YOU at 17-19 NORTH BLOCK BUY AND P A Y THE E A S Y W A Y ! 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