Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 21, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 21, 1952
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1.1: tmn. Thx-ufoy, tbrv«ry 21, 1TJ] $% MRS. KATHlilN DOZIIR ii{iiiiniiitiiiii!i!iiiniHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii,iiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiniiiMiiiii Daily Calendar of Events , . . . to* American Lesion Au ,'N|"Daik °' " le *'P un '" xiliary, Lesion l l u l , 7:30 Center Theater, 8 ;-|^. Contact Club, Washington Hotel, 7:80 a. m, £. u Fayeiteville Board Realtors, Ferguson's, 12. · ;,..-Women's, ·fh.-irilv l.c^uc. Jlr». C. I). Wiggins, 1 ij r K.J.I.Q. Club, Mrs. Alcuin Kasnn, Sr., 2:30 c *'Tccn-Agc Dance,' Country Clul), 9:30 Shakespeare's "Merchant Of Venice" To Be Presented March 1 ,y Pan try Shower *n Compliments ·y Miss Paddock The Barter. Theater of Abinj-*; lion, Va., will present Shakespeare's n.ost'familiar comedy, "Merchant of Venice," ai the University of ,'rkanMs Theater March L Two performances will be given, nt 2:30 and J p. m. The Barter Theater, which hai attracted widespread attention jinong national tl.entcr groups, is this country's first and oi)ly official stale ihciitc-. It Is financially aided bv (ho Commonwealth of Virginia. In addition, it I* sponsored by the American National Theatre ,-nd Aend?my, which operate* under a charier from the United States Congress.. The- players are now on a lour of 25 slates. Merchant of Venice" It the nost cxtravnngjntly staged pro| duclion in the 10-year history of i Ihe theater. Broadway Director Margaret Perry' hai'- spent 11 50th Year Of Membership Honored By Local U.C.T. · a e erry a » - spent 1 1 tea and junortcd sandwiches were: months planning Inlricatc details served by Alice «nd Edna Dyer, ! o( the technical production. Mel twins, dressed as a chef and a ' Turner and a staff of six ward- majd. They al« delivered the sifts i rnblt a s 5 ' s ' 1 a " ' s s P cnt two ' '! months executing the 34 costumes to the honoree. Game winners were Jackquc Galloway and Chris .. Hhnrlp* · vl ll " : regular university *·· In a «CTies of parlies, cronplpl "?. - . ., , , . I ThcMor series, and separate n , menting ' Miss Alice Paddock, i , ^ nos f, ^ u * tkwie(l w «" ""· | tickets must he obtained. The box '·· bride-elect of Tom IVarson Jr i i Loycc H '" hcMl( . M"s - C. A l e x - j office w i l l . b e open lo take-reser- P pantry shower was give,', f,,t (*$£· SniS"^"^''"--'! I!!!! 0 -"-TM?-"^" 1 TM". 111111 ^l 1 . , night by Mrs. C. B. Wiggnns and | Mrs. Farlow ' Hurt, MrK. .: Miss Anne Wlggsns at their home ' - -- · ! on Ozurk Street. [J The .kitchen and pantry theme was carried out in Invitations, MJ 55C , i- w W|; n h f d «i«''d for the play. ' m 0 r n i n « f- ganiea, and plate service. Spiced Stanbcrry, Jr., Mrs. n. M, hlanbcrry, Jr., Mrs. n. M, Uliodcs,' ,. . Mrs, nusscll Paddock, Misses Vlr- Mrr U a n n a glnla Hcerwagon, Jacnuc Gallo-.j I II J. l l C l l l l l u · Entertains At Canasta Party way, Mary John Skillern, Juil Abraham and M»rnello Thompsor NOW HIAVYWIIOHT, Fill USE 9x12 Ft. RUGS CHOICE COLORS AND DESIGNS *7S COOK'S PAIN; EAST SIDE SQUARE--PHONE 526 wu answered by iniwtrtnf the question, "Do you consider voting important?" Winner of tht mystery package was Mri. L, J. Mclstrcll. Hostesses ifor the March meeting are Mrs. Luthei Rainey and Mrs. I'oagu. Announcements Friday Club Friday Club will meet tomorrow with Mrs. Jay Fuibright, on Ml. Nord. Women 1 ! Chari'y League The Women's Charity League will meet with Mrs. C. D. Wlg- gans, 205 Ozark, tomorrow'at 1 p. m. Mrs. Farlow Bu'rt will be co-hostess 1 . Above, from left to right, are member's of the United Commercial Iravelcrs of America, U. D. Blnnkojiship, secretary, Jcrrj- Lcmarr, past senior counselor, w. F. Sonncman and Carl L Booth senior counselor: Flfly years of membership was recognized'in Fayolteville Council 401 last night at the Civic Clubrooms, when Mr. Sonncman Altrusi Club Book donations of Altrusans for distribution by Ihe Medical Auxiliary to the patients of the State Sanitorium, will be received by Mrs. Hazel Deal at the county library, for shipment to Little Rock Mrs. Myrtle Hanns entertained Tuesday night with i canasta parly in the Civic Clubrooms. She w^s'assisted by her granddaughters, Mrs. Rodney Land and Misses .Monte and Mary Roberts. · An arrangement of snapdragons, iris and other spring flowers was used for decoration. Refreshments consisted of cake, ice cream anr coffee. . Guests were Mrs. Grace Grothcr Miss Mary Ann · Brother. Miss Elhcl-'Shiith, Miss Molly Vaughn Misses Hazel and Elba Johnson Miss' Eleanor Qulnn; Miss Alice Lelsch, Mrs. Pcarlc Trnwbririgc, Miss Pearl Porter, Mrs, Margaret Lee, Miss Mina Marshall, Mrs. Jessie Carroll, Misses Stella and Vclma Hall,.Mrs. Earl Land and Mrs. Jack Robert!]. Sub Deb Officers And Mothers Meet At Stevenson Home Officers of Ihc Sub Deb Club Hiiri the jiib Deb Mothers Club net Tuesday afternoon at the ionic of Mrs. Fred Stevenson on "·ark Avunue. A round-table dls- Ussion was held on plans for pring, activities. Those who attended were Mrs. -loyd Calc, Mrs. Emil SonncmHii. rfrs. Ben Stricklcr, Mrs. 0. H. Gamble, Mrs. Rex Perkins, Mrs. V T. Robertson, Martha Brock- vay, Carolyn Stevenson, · Ann Vhitflcld. Ann Kennan, Sandra Noll, Clavena Huvall, Lavcnia .cc, and Lynell Smith.. :lm Springs P.T.A. Hos : ounders Day Program The Elm Springs P.T.A. met kTbnday .night for a Founders Day rtigram, which included a short 1m on the life of Abraham Lin- oln. During thq business mcellng, ic regular meeting date was langcd to the fourth Tuesday of »ch month. , · ---n - - - · -- -- . . . * . u . u w l u u l l l j , ll;t-|, 1 V 1 J , Ol)IlnCnl3n ·ecclved a framed token of appreciation by the local council The! · ·- " mc/norial came from the Supreme Council, signed by (he supreme .' last s t u d y cour se in lounselor "for iallhful service lo Ihe order for a period of fifty years " Mr. Sonncman joined February of 1902. Following this award plans were discussed for the state convention of U.C.T., to be held here in May. Tri Delta Alliance Plans State Meeting Here Exemplar Chapter Of Beta Sigma Phi The Exemplar Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock, in Ihe home of Mrs. George Holcomb, Jr., 106 North Olive Avenue. Lincoln School P.T.'A. Lincoln School P.T.A. will con- series of four discussions, entitled "The Relationship of Parents to the Schools," tonight at 8 o'clock at the school. The general theme ol (he course is "Problems of the Modern Family." Guest speaker for the evening will be D r - J. W. Butler, Jr. Refreshment.; will be served following theistudy course. Murry Pushes Probe Of "Gas" Price Fixing In Washington To Confer With Justice Department Officials Little Rock-W-AUy. Gen, Ike Murry was in Washington today lo confer with Justice Department officials on the alleged fixing of retail gasoline prices'in Arkansas. He is-expected to insisl that the department's anti - trust division renew an investigation of the charges or make · formal report on its findings. or intentions. Murry was told last spring that division officials were conducting a probe. ' The 1951 legislature requested that Murry and the U.S. attorney general look into sale of motor fuels in Arkansas to determii.e if there was any price discrimination. Last month, Governor McMalh revived (he issue when he demanded that Murry take "vigorous action" against an alleged price fixing conspiracy by the "big oil dealers" of Arkansas. . The governor charged that Murry was "a spokesman" foi :'ie Oil Dealers Association, which he said was dominated by the big dealers. Murry commented then hat -he had not been able to substantiate g a s o l i n e price-fixing charges. /lovertise In the '1IMKS--It Refreshments 'nf ice cream and ako were served, concluding the bscrvimrc. SPECIAL SALE TO MAKE ROOM for incoming merchandise, we offer exceptional opportunities to obtain those much desired quality furnishings at greatly reduced OUR FINE FURNITURE including o complete bedroom suite with tester bed in knotty pine a pair of twin beds complete with box spring and mattress French 1 rovmcial, solid cherry drop leaf tables--one lazy susan model maple hutch, cabinet and drop leaf table,,Mahogany coffee lamp and end tables; cedor chests and various occasional chairs, 'OUR ENTIRE STOCK of famous name table and floor lamps many with imported bases. CHINA including three complete sets with service for eight of a nationally well known make. Entire Stock of the Above A DISCOUNT OF 9Q (tf FROM OUR REGULAR PRICE For the Remainder of This Month Included in this sale are remnants of drapery and slip cover materials, some at a reduction of '/3 off. BARRETT QUALITY SHOP 522 W, DICKSON FAYETTEVILLE The Tri Delta Alliance of Fay-»- cltevillc held « cooperative luncheon yesterday afternoon at I o'clock, In the home of Mrs. Jim Phillips, 605 Park Street. During thp 'business meeting which followed preliminary plans were made for the Tri Delta State moellng to bu held In Fayettcville. Saturday, April 26. Also, the president appointed Mrs. C. S. Curry, Jr., and Mrs. Jeff Duty to .complete arrangements for Ihe Annual Scholarship Award, which will this spring be presented lo a gradualing senior girl from one of the Fayeiteville high schools. Members 'rom Rogers who attended were Mrs. Fred Applceat Mrs. Warren n. Felker. Mrs. C. . Land, Mrs. James McDonald, an Mrs. E. H. Woodward. Guest present vcrc Mrs. Harry Wllsoi Tri Delia house mother, Mips An nabcl While, prcsidcnl clecl of th active chapter, and Mrs. Bcula Main of Little Rock. The hostess was assisted by Mrs '. M. Hilton and Mrs. M. F. West fall. - Art Exhibit Displayed At Jefferson School The Children's art exhibit on display in Ihc Fayettcville Publi Schools includes various subjects done in the medium of crayon finger paint, water color, pencil charcoal and pastels. These are lie work of Arkansas school chil drcn in the first through the 1211 trades, mostly from the firs hrough Ihe eighth grades. Then. arc a number of prize piclures ii ach medium and for each grade This exhibit is a project of Ihc American Association of Univer- Bethel Grove Club Discusses Voting Teen-Age Country Club Dance A dance for teen-agers-Will be held at the Country Club Friday night, following the Springdale- Fayetteville High School basket- Mil game. Music will be provided ,.. _ . "' Buddy Hayes and his orchestra. The Bethel Grove Home Dem- Committee members in charge of onstratlon members . met Tucs- j arrangements arc Mr. and Mrs - sity Women and is sponsored here by Ihc Fayettcville P.T.A. Council. H is at the present' showing at the Jefferson School, where it will 'be sent to the Fayettcville High School lo be shown Friday t h r o u g h "Monday; Washington School, Tuesday and Wednesday; . Lcvcrott School. ' Thursday and i Friday. Bates School had the c.\- I hibit Monday and Tuesday of this 1 week. J ersonals Mrs. Hugh Kincairi will be hostess to. the Friday Bridge Club at her home, lomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Stamps and daughter, Vicky, of Dallas, Texas, are expected to arrive lonighl for : a visit with Mrs. Slamps' parents, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Lollar and , her brother-in-law and sister, Mr.'. j and Mrs. A. D. Moscley. I Mrs. Edward S. Finch, who has i been making her home with her ' ', daughter r.nd son-in-law, Mr. and ; Mrs. L. J. Melstrcll, is o.uite ill, ( having suffered a cerebral hemorrhage. -* ^* j «!-" [ «·**"ifci,iMi.iita rtj i. jvir. ana jvirs day in the Community Building.; Herbert Hatfield, chairmen, Mr.' There were 17 members present ! and Mrs. Julius Lancr, Mr' anti and Miss Mary .Jane Baker, as-!.Mrs. Kcnry Slircve and Mr. and sistant County Home Dcmonstra- ' .Vrs. JacI: Slewart. lion Agent, was a guest. Hostesses ^ were Mrs Harold Pryor, Mrs. Ernest Doster-pnd Mrs. H. E. Clark. The songs. "Home Sweet Home" and "The Old Rugged Cross" were led by Mrs. H. E. Dormati. Mrs. John Poage gave the devo- ro help relief con'seT tional wn-ch was a short sketch of tion.cougbihg.muscular the book of Deuteronomy. Roll call · wrecess, rub on wanning Chest Colds A iirtn-of-1-ihot. cr«- ittd of i tlim twining inklt - (trip, « til! iltndtr h«I and thi ajary dslicicy of a spring flow«r. Your foot will look ill vtry prelHesl. Black patent leathtr and .mesh. $4.95 BASEMENT STORE Miss Barbara Jean T o n c y , ! daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Troy 'Toncy of Farmlnglon, and Billy i Ingram Wilson, son of Mr. anil j Mrs. John P. Wilson of Fayeite- ville, havf enrolled as frcshr.icn | In Ihe John Brown University In i Silonni Springs, for (he si.nng ! semester. Both arc majoring In i I F.nglish. | i Reservists f r o m Fayeiteville: | whn are on n two-week Naval lie-! serve cruise to San Juan, P.R., on ' 1 Ihe destroyer escorts, Willett and ! Haas, are Randall E. Bailey, »on of Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Bailey, · David A. G r i f f i t h , husband of the ' former Miss Rillel J. Dlxon, and ' Max C. Gabbard, seaman appren- I lice, son of Mr. and Mr«. John C. Oabbard. Used by Ihotimidt In reduclns jdleli--Junit'i Roman Meil bread. 1 11-H-tl NEVER A CARRYING CHARGE AT

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