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February 20, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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6----NCXTHWiil AiiXANS AS tIMH. Fine Production Of A Poor At University Theater j '. ' By.,GILLIAN MASSKY . ere Is a witch and the other a liu The performance of "Dark of 'nil' being, the course of true love ·the'Moon" Tuesday,night nl Hie : »" d so "«· H is unlikely thut any ..University Arts Center i»i«ilrc: tody cures to nrgufi ihc point. :il!u»lrat«d the truism thin the [ The authors teem to have trice best production cnnnot redeem a j l o construct conventional plot bad play.- ' | Involving n struggle, · nnd jiccm, -. I.- rf ; ·· 'To begin with, "Dark of the -·Moon" is not nbnul a n y t h i n g lit all. Obviously, the idea which underlies a pliiy does not have to .be brilliant or original or pro% '^',l i 'found. It Just has lo make sense. ' ''Although great plays embody '""·'·great'ideas, good plnys-- many 'r^'/good plays--make no more sig-' ;* -jilficant comment on h u m a n . ·''·'..'existence'"thsri that the course of true -love never did run smooth. ; Howard Richardson and Wll. ' Ham Berncy, the persons respnnr slblc'for concoct1/ig "Dork of the -. Moon," have mtidrfled this slm- *· : pllcity \vllh n proviso to the cf- .feal that if one of the pair of lov- ftirther, lo ask (lie audience to accept the struggle ns sufficiently serious thul the contra] figures must be destroyed in order .to restore tile equilibrium between the opposed forces, it IK not clear, however, whether the struggle is that of the Witch Uoy to gain 'a soul or that of the people of a lilll village to recliiim Barbara Allen. I f ' t h e agents in a dramatic action nre Involved in o' serious struggle, they should be sufficiently characterized to seein, human. Olhcrwise the spectator · cannot care what happens to them. Possibly Barbara is human and pathetic enough to amuse pity, ·.jl £ r *..·. t'-.' . HOPE ARTHRITIS, STOMACH AILMINTS, NH/WT/S, RHtUMATISM,HlADACHtS, WtAK KIDNCYS, DIZZY SPILLS, HtRYOUSNiSS, BLOATING, .«-** *-»«-*««« Colon IHutrr.tkM» Itr. Intrnr, Achlni Back, Lum bain, Undcrwelcht. jpecajrini Twin, ratlin. trssliht, Badcom plexlon. Stop Suffering NO MATTER HOW I«NO VOU HAVE SUrFERED, «r what Irtfi you have put In jr*«r aodjr, jmi can w« kaf* (·T, MIRACULOUS RELICF wHfc sularal HOK MINERAL TABLETS In Jnt a lew days }n will in nnU*. The khirk ponmwii witle will beflti to tare your bo4)r ami jtm wU Iftl womlraM ckM(e. Mother NiUrt hai blened Inert .of riFTEEN niFKKHKNT MIN ERALS In Hope Mineral, fer- »»»» jo«r Mj h cnvlnr jw* ·M of IhcH lo lUrt ,TO«r HUT NahirtHMli , Man MS* mm ateton an ·ttraJaMTkaei to Mt*re far ··**· retiwlllin snui sUtcner- «· hi a nalaral s»M irowthj r»w anhm will kill bacteria ·ft. a SKST SMlHtHite far kleW has been r.and In Okn UM earth, maniiracliral In na- tmnft ·*· tobmUrr. ThrreU «»*»«lelr NO ALCOHOL I. Htfe Mineral. It will Mt dm m that fata lift whkhwnn ·B wnen the al»bol wean off. Tnc IntettliH U UK mort In- IMHant mail In your h*dr-- M4 It li afio the niMt abue*. Wk«i 7M Feel and Look OM Not aalr will yon FEEL n- ·all* with HOrfe MINERAL, tat yo. will §EE the renlt*: Watch yoar elimination a few : HOPE MIN- ays alter aslnr E1AL. Yoi will aee the walls -BLACK AB NIGIIT-berln t* lean roar body and you will fealto the minerals are dolnf their work. The yean will begin to slip away and you will want to tell roar friends and all Ike world about theae wonderful minerals. SOMETIMES we lifter » inmiut cOMH.Miimii.imiM. kTM P MJHMn of y Hr coba trill »· h'llthr. MW, we forget what It In t* be healthy. THE DOOR TO HEALTH In open U yoil. W"« yTM ·« nerf ou, dill, tired, lack ambition and iparkle, have dlitv ipelli, whrn your powcn are weakened and life "OPE Guaranteed Dtn't Suffer Another Day. We irte ?»» t» try « bottle of HOPE MINERAL TABLETS. UM It and If you are not wmderfally ulliflrd, we will (ladly round your money. PRICE II.M fHONE 717 and ixwfilblr the Witch Boy can lie Hllcftorlccd Into something more or less Interesting. Most of the Icnnor characters, however, arc ! cither unriiffcrenllati'd or jjro- Icsque, · . Choreography OatiUndlrif The dialect used by all the speakers Is n strange mixture of the language of 'the Inhabitants of Dog Patch and that'.-ot Uncle Remus. The timing, the grouping, the general finish' of the performance evidenced 1'ie unquestioned nnd blc competence of Nornuiii DcMarco's direction, but, is the script gave him little to work with, the must enjoyable larls of the performance were the lances. Eleanor King's choreograr made the opening scene a memorable experience. The dance of the witches against Preston Miigriiricr's exquisite'set shpwlns he rocky top of Old Baldy Moun- ain Induced exactly tlie sense of ·vil loveliness or love evil which, me suspects, the whole play was nearit lo give. And, the feeling vas recaptured, in a measure at cast, in the last scene of the play. The slrang music, in which the rchestration of Tom Whitakcr nnd Glen Bowen metamorphosed the tune "B a r b a r n Allen" into something eerie and vaguely evil also helped to create a mood. Dance, lighting, music, scenic effcctr can and should be used to evoke moods, but the play which depends for its effectiveness on these essentially theatrical effects is a weak play. A strong play speaks to the intelligence and to sharply dlffcrenti- «U:d emotions. Jim Kicfncr as the Witch Boy and . Sue Rcdyard as Barbara Allen gave remarkably good performances. Barbara Bennett ns Edna Summey, Ben Bolt as Mr. Summeyj John McFann as Marvin Hudgens, and Margaret Carner as Mrs. Allen stood out in a large and compclen^ supporting cast. William Janncy as Mr. Allen seemed a shade condescending to his role," and George Freeman did not get the f u l l value out of the ""· "m scnted two ipecial vocal numbers accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Lynn Smith. Refreshments' Vfcre served by the hostesses, Mrs. Charles Sharurn, Miss Thclma Teeter, Miss -Bernice Thurmond, Mrs. lone Sineletary, Mrs 1 . Kenneth .Morris, and Miss Ada Smith. Chapter G, P.E.O., was entertained Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock by Mrs. Fred MacChcstncy at her home on North Mill Street, Mrs. Jack Uanforth presided over the meeting. The'program consisted of a "songfest" directed by Mrs. Preston Brogdon. A dessert course was served 'by the hostess. Wrs. Ben West of Springdale spent a few days last week with her son a n d ' h i s wife. Mr. and Mrs. Jack West of the Stony Point Community. Lpfue. _ , Samuel Evans, Jr., Fayettevillc. and Miss Edith Alberta 'Simpson, Carthage, Mo., were married February 15 by the Hev. A. L. Buchanan. Billy H. Morris, Seneca, Mo., and Miss Marietta Folcy, Lincoln, were married February 14 by the Rev. F. P, Brewster. "Little David," perhaps the largest gtm ever built, was a U. S. Army siege mprlar that could hurl shell weighing nearly two tons to a target more than five miles away. KOREAN -RITES FOR KING CEORGE-Memorial services for the lBte'kJng~Geirge"vi~a~rr held at headquarters of the First Commonwealth Division at "Fort George" in Korea Note the various flags at half staff and the military "escort" with reversed rifles. The services are being conducted by senior Chaplain W._W. P. Rhys. pnrt of. Preacher Haggler, whose lines Indicate that he is meant to be a slncei'Cj though not very courageous, man, rather than a caricature. The' direction, the acting, the choreography, the music, the sets, the costumes, the lighting were all of such excellence that It is a pity that "Dark of the Moon" is not a better play. EAST SIM SOUARI Hindsville The Rev. Tom Wilson of Hunls- ville hold services at the Presbyterian Church.. Sunday morning. His next appointment is on March 2. Charles Dny of Springdale conducted 'iscrviccs nt the Baptist Church Sunday and will be with the church again on February 24 fpr. both, morning and evening ScrvlcesrJJe was accompanied by his wife', Mr. and Mrs. Day were students.at.'Oklahoma Baptist Uhl- .Vcrsity.-.aUShawncc, Okla., until recently. Members nnd friends arc invited to attend these services. The pie supper ut the Hindsville school Tuesday night cleared over $33 which will finish the payments for the sewing machine recently purchased for the 4-H girls attending the school. The girls of the seventh and eight grades presented a play before the pies were auctioned. * . Word has been received of the death of Cat Wllks of Muskogcc, Okla. Mr. Wilks formerly lived at Hindsville and has many relatives here. W. L. Evans, who has been a hospital luiticnt for some time, is reported to be improving. Willie Gossvner died at the home of relatives in Fowler, Cnlif., February 17. The body is -being returned here nnd burlnl will be at Colbaugh cemetery on Friday, February 22. Mr. Gossvncr's home was In Oklahoma. He had been in California several weeks visitini relatives. He Is a cousin of Alia Gossvner and Mrs. Dan Davis o this community. . Mrs. Ross Starncs and Mrs. Fred E. Heed allendcd the Baptist rally al Springdale Thursday. The W:M.U. will meet with Mrs Will Holland on February 22. The morning will be spent sewing for underprivileged children. The Royal Service program will to given al 2 p.m. Springdale / The Women's · Missionary So ciety of Ihc First Baplisl Church rriot Tuesday at 12:30 p. m. fo Ihe regular monthly cooperative luncheon and Royal Service "program. Mrs. Elmo Samuel, Mrs Lanclrclh Loyd, Mrs. Troy Ryan nnd Mrs. W. A. Hardlstcr were the hostesses. The program given in the afternoon was in charged the W.ilma Weeks Circle with Mrs Loftin Brogdon acling as leader She also Rave th! devotional thoughts. Those on the program were Mrs. Freeman Shell, Mrs, R. C. Lane, Mrs. Elrno Lane, Mrs. Jim Wilson, Mrs, Harvard Harp and Mrs. Harvey Truetl. Mrs, Lewis Eplcy, president of WMU, presided over the business meeting previous to the program. The Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church mcl Tuesday for a covered dish luncheon al Ihe home of Mrs. O. W. Lively on West Emma Avenue. Following the luncheon Mrs. S. E. Williams presided over Ihe husi- ness meeting. The program was in charge of Mrs.-O. O. Green. The Wtsleyan Service Guild of Ihe First Methodisl Church met Tuesday in the lounge of the First Methodist Church at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Nora Linglebach was in charge of the. devotional. Mrs. Tommy Hascloff was in charge of Ihc program, Ihe lopic being "Lei Courage Ride With Danger." Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. James Toopes and Mrs. Charles McKinhcy.' ' · Sgt. and Mrs. Marion Browne and'son, Mike, left this week lor Camp Polk, La., where Sergeant Browne will be'stationed. Sergeant Browne returned recentb' from Korea, and had spent his 30-day furlough in Springdale and Fay- ettcylllc friends" visiting relatives and At the Northwest Dorcas Federation of the Seventh Day Adventist meeting held in Springdale recently the following officers were elected: Elder L. W. Frcemyer, of Sprfngdalo, president; Mrs. Curtis Meador, of Gentry, vice president; Mrs.' K; L. Paap of Springdale, secretary; and Mrs. 0. H. Schwartz of Rogers, treasurer. . . The Rotary luncheon was held Monday at noon at the First Methodist Church. Joe Robinson introduced Bill Hcinrich', a Southwestern gas and Electric Company representative, who presented film on Industry and diversified agriculture. At the next meeting eight new members of the board will be elected along wit/i the new president and secretary for the coming year. There were eight visiting Rotanans including Denver Murray o'f Rogers, who led he singing for the group. There was also four guests present. J. L. Lewis of Springdale, who lias been a patient in" an Oklahoma hospital for medical treatment, was returned to his home Monday by a Callison-Sisco am- ulancc. f Mrs. M. B. Matthews of East Meadow Street, who has been a patient in the City Hospital for rcatmcnt for a heart ailment, was eturned to her home Monday fternoon by a Callison-Sisco am- ulancc. Mrs. Matthews is a former teacher in the Springdale chools. The younger group of Sunbeams f the First Baptist Church met Tuesday afternoon with 17 members preienl. · They mad-e 'up a box for the small Baker boy : whose home was destroyed by fire Sunday. At the close of the meeting the children were served 'ice cream. The Business and Professional Women's Club met Monday night at 7:30 in the lounge of. the First National Btink, with nine charter .members of the club as guests. The' Springdale club was organized in 1941. Misi Mary s'eliers presided- ov«!r the business meeting; Mrs. Leattia Brogdon, chairman of the .Health and Safety Committee, was in charge of the program, assisted by Mrs. Clay Carter, Mrs. Lela Hundson and Mrs. Alice Buford. A.skit, "Mr. Citizen vs. Spfcingdale, Ark." was presented. Miss Neva Cram pre- Marriages L.' H. Wells, Thayer, Mo., and Mrs. Otto .L. Simpson, Muskogee, Okla., were married February 18 by County Judge Witt Carter. Richard Dale Stanley, Langley, Okla., vand Miss Mary Lou Jones, Vinita, Okla., were married February 18 by Chancellor Thomas F. Butt. Russell David Raines, West Fork, and Miss Barbara Louise Bond, Greenland, were married February 15 by the Rev. E. M. Diamonds w e r e apparently brought suuth to the Great Lakes region by glaciers. 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