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February 26, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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. .. ·. . ,:2--MOtTHWKT ARKANSAS THMS, tayMtvife, ArtwMi, Tottrfoy, febrwary 16, 1952 HIIIIIIIIMIIIIIHMHHIIIIHIIIWIHHIHIItHHIIIIIIIIIIHNHIIIIIUIIIIIIItllllllHIIIIIIl ··i.:i Debs Hove Series Of Rush Parties MRS. KATHLEEN DOZIER itiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiffiiiiiiiiiiiimiiMiif ·;/·, · Daily Calendar of Events · £ Tonight . . . Sub Deb Club, .StiR Calr, 7 , v Naval Reserve Composite U n i t , tat on Building, 7 1 ' Order of rtnlnnnv.', Mssnnic Hall, 7 - D.A.V., Legion H u t , 7 ··' AAUW Intcrnallaiml Delations Group, Mrs. W. A. GUinn, 7:30 "' Kcbckah Ixwto. IOOK Hall, 7:30 . V.T.W. A u x i l i a r y , Clvlr Cluhroumi:, 7:30 Ur. Kenneth Orr Lecture, Sludcnt Union, f) Wednesday 1:30 Exchange Clnh, Ferguson'* 12 - It'ip Garden Club, Mrs. Charles Salverson, Dee Gee Club, .f Navul Reserve Electronic Company 8-8 Drill, Eason Building, 7 Bella-. Sigma, Hugh Kincald, 7:30 Community Meeting. First Baptist Church, 7:30 Kappa Alpha 1'hl. 45 Knit Rock Street, 7:30 084lit Volunteer Air Force Reserve Training Squadron, UA M i l i t a r y Depl., 7iM · l.O.O.F;, IOOK Hall, II 40 Club, Uark.Bowt, H::tO Party Honors Janet Englcr Mr, and Mrs..Kyle Knglcr cnu* taincd last evening in their horn for their daughter,' J a n e t , on he- Better Brands Build Better Babies No doubt about It - Baby thrlvBi moit wh»n given lh» best. Thal'» why 16 m'any c a r e f u l mollnri make uj (heir headquarters for reliable drugi. 00 W. DIclcMn. Fhone 3000 IStli birthday. Entertainment consisted of grimes and dancing, which was concluded with refreshments of cuke, ice cream nnd cold drinks. Guests were Marilyn Ambros;, Janire Hullcr, Phyllis Campbell, Stisue Fleming, Miii'y Johnson Snrn Tr;tcRcr, Hill Ad.'iir, Jodie Crumplcr, Jim Boh Whrelcr, T n u l young, Jr., nnd Billy W h i t f i e l d . B. And P. W. Hears Talk On "News Sources" Ted H. Wyile, editor of the TIMES, talked oh, "Sources ot News" at a meeting of the Busl- tefis and Professional Women's Jlub l»sl night In the Women's Hlvlc Clubrooms. He discussed the three sources of news used by he TIMES--Associated Press Wl Service, which bringn in wori wide, national and state news, tl irca nnd local. He displayi Biimplcs of copy, mats nnd cu and traced some of the storl publlrhcd In yesterday's pane Islng a mnt of the front page llustrnllon. A general discussion followe j»d in conclusion coffee ai :ookies were served hy Miss Klh Smith and Mrs, .Jessie Carroll ho News Service Commltte which was in charge of the pr jrnm. _ewis Speaker For Salesmanship Class Burclt I... Lewis, salesman I · ic Metropolitan Life Insuran .'omwny, : .addressed the ntudeli salesmanship class at the Fay Icvlllc Business College ycslcr n.v. He pointed out many advantage f l i f e Insurance and dlscusse ·pos of policies to suit Ihu Insui d's lnterc.it. Mr, Lewis als resbed the value of l i f e insuranc r (hose who engaged In husines itcrpVises. iub JJclw are shown at a Coke party, given at the home of Sandra Noll on Ml. Sequoyah Saturday ricrnoon m one uf the rush parties for Charlotte Anderson and Eleanor Ellis rushces This was preceded by a b u n k i n g parly In the home of Emlle Sonncman. Sunday morning the group attended church ! S(;rvicesjM.J5l. Paul's Episcopal Church, followed hy dinner at Ferguson's. (Photo by Puska). Historical Tour Planned At Pea Ridge · THE BARTER THEATRE of Virginia Presents 2 Performances THE MERCHANT. OF VENICE Art Center Theatre MARCH 1 - 2:30 P.M. and 8:00 P.M. BOX OFFICE OPEN FOR RESERVATIONS ^·27, 28, 29, 1:00-5:00 P.M. and March 1, 9:0002:00 A.M. and 1:00-5:00 P.M. Reservations made by telephone (2020) must be picked up at the Box Office one-half hour before each performance. Prices: Activity Books or $1.00 mm-nm 'Cnly $19.95 for orto of these smart 17 jewel water resistant wat chcs. Fu || y Guorantwd only $1 A WEEK * FBJ uniy 9 1 HUfe* I fait CtnUr In observance, of the !l()th a n n l - .vermiry of the b a t t l e of Pea Hidgc, members of the Washington County Historical Society w i l l mnke a I)ilgrirnafjc to Klkhnrn Tavern on Sunday, March II. The batllq wat fought Mnrch 7 nilfl 8, J8G2.' According to Prof. W. J. Lemkc jf the University, who is president of the historical society, over 100 mcmhcrs from Fiiyctteville, Sprinsdiilc. Prairie Ornve nnd Wiishinclon County towns will Tiiiikc the tour. Any interested citizens «re' invited to ;itlond. The Kroup will meet n t 2 o'clock .it the lilsloric.'il nuirkers on I f i g h way 02, south.of Elkhorn Tiivern, where ft spanker will tell the story of the first day's fixhtiiiB. The lour will then co west post the site of old Leelowh, where some of the hottest fighting took plncc, and circle north nnd cost to Elkhorn Tnvom, where the events ot the second Any of 1 tho battle will he rel.itcdi Professor Leinko mid his committee spent two afternoons Inst week in tracing the route of Van Horn's Confederate army from llcnlonvillc to* Elkhorn Tavern nnd In checking the movements of Union General Curtis' divisions from their cjimp M BneJitwiUor lo the f l n n l nctlim neiir Elkhorn. Ovor 700 Confederate (lend in the htiltlc of Pen Hldgc, includliiR Ocncrnl W. Y. Slack, iil'o buried in the Confederate cemetery in Fnyettevillc. Many of the Federal soldiers who lost their lives nt Pen nid(!e lire buried In the Nn- tloiuil Cemetery nt Fayetlcvillc. Officers of the Washington County Mistoricnl Society who will conduct the pllgrlmasc arc W. .7. Ijcmkc, president; Miss Jobcllc lolcombc, vice-jiresidcut; Tom 'calhei's, secretary. The society KIS mnde previous pilRrimaRcs to he Prnirle Grove b a t t l e f i e l d , the lie of Cnne Kill College, and the j 'rlmltlve Baptist C h u r c h In I iprhiRdalo. Auxiliary Meets At Son's Chapel The Son's Chapel 'Auxiliary met last night with Mrs. Frank Randal with 12 members and one guest Mrs. Robert White, present. Mrs White became a new member ot the club. The devotional · on "Love Foi One Another" WHS given by Mrs. Earl Cole. During the business meeting, n community cooperative supper was planned for Monday night, to bo held in the church in honor of M/Sgt. Curtis Crouch and M/Sgt. Jack Routh, recently returned from service in Korea. Mrs. .1. A. Joiner led the group In the .study ot "The Book of Acts," using the first six chapters. The next mcilng will be in the home of Mrs. Gene Washburn. Friendly Circle Meets With Mrs. Hugh Jett The Friendly Circle Club met Monday evening with Mrs. Hugh .Ictt on South Street. During :'ic devotional, a poem was read by Mrs. Victor Jones and members gave the club prayer. A rummage salu was plsnne for the near future and olhr nloncy making projects worn dls cussetl. Doll call was ansv.'cre with "my most embarrassing mo mcnl." Games were played .-.n Mrs. Jctt received the myslcr package. There were 12 members pros cut and four guests, Mr. arid Mrt Carl nay Kinscy, entries Bank and Jake O'Dell. O'Dell reliirnci Friday from service with Hi Navy in Jnpnn. The next meeting w i l l he ,j the home of Mrs. Jones in Honors March 10, Jefferson School P.T.A. ~ Study Group The Jefferson School P.T.A. Study Group will meet Thursday at 1:30 p. m.. In the school auditorium with Mrs. Eugene Teter as leader. Her subject will be "Ways To Mental Health." Public Lecture Dr. Kenneth Orr, visiting professor of social anthropology, will give a public lecture on "Con- fllcting^Values In Southeast Asia," in the Game Room of the Student Union tonight at 8 o'clock. The lecture will be illustrated with slides and movies. The public is invited. I'lhala Club The Pahala Club will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Mrs. Arthur J. Peterson, 1407 North Garland Avenue. Announcements Clovcrlenf club The Cloverlciif Clu1 will mec: with Mrs. Tom Karis, 412 Eus Jitnyctle Street, tomorrow, afternoon al 2:30 o'clock. lony Valley Club New Membei Deceives The Stnny Valley Home Demot slrallou - C l u b Kelt' Its rcgula ncctlng Thursday, in the home o Mrs. Laccy Drahcr. The meeting opened with ong, "The Little Brown Church, ollowcd by the devotional give y Mrs. Button. The Lord's Priiyc MS repeated hy a l l . Poems wcr cad by Mrs. Madge Kwnpc, Mrs mnltn Heed, and Mrs. Mar rowning. Roll call was answer! y 12 members with "do I con der- voting important?" Three new members were re ·Ivecl by the club. They wcr rs. Gwcn Pncc, Mrs. Kenneth andeis.nnd Mrs. Media £achar he mystery package was won by i-s. Euln Pearson. A f t e r a short business meeting pink and blue shower was givei honor of Mrs. J u a n i t a Heed ic meeting adjourned a f t e r ni vltation to hold the March meet g In the home of Mrs. Mar.v ·owning. Vegetarian Pick J RITIKED Uric. Gen. Herbrrt C. HoldrlilRC, 60, Now York, In tho VeRctnrlitn pnrty's cnndldmo for prroldent. P l n t f o r m : pence. Hold' rldgii l nhnwn In ChlcnRo when h« WBS picked by 60« dclcsnlM from 20 itntn. Ills running m*« li iiynion Gould, 30, Drlroit r*r« booh «xp«rt Bciicfil Bridge And Cana«tai A benefit bridge nnd canasta party will he held in the Civic Clubrooms Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock, sponsored by the U.C.T. Auxiliary. Proceeds will go toward financing the entertainment for auxiliaries attending the stale convention to be held here in May. Suh Drl Mothers Club The regular meeting of the Sub Deb Mothers Club' has been post- loncd until March 11,-due to the meeting of (he High School P.T.A. 'Study Group meeting, tonight. V.F.W. Auxiliary The Auxiliary of the Veterans ot Foreign'Wars. will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock in the Women's Civic Clubrooms. .' 'Round Garden Club 'he Year 'Round Garden Club will meet w i t h Mrs. Olive King, 347 North Willow Avenue, at 'I o'clock Thursday afternoon.' Tron-cll And Spade Garden Club The Trowel! and Spade Garden Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Gcoi-gc Holcomb, Jr., 106 North Olive Avenue, Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. J. R. fiu-jlon will be in charge ot the program on "Practical Landscaping." Daughters Of Demclcr The Daughters of Demelcr will meet at the !-H House, Thursday at 2:UO ix m. Mrs. Kyle Englcr will speak on llur trip to UNESCO, after the business meeting. Concluding the meeting, a lea will be given. Commercial Wives Club The Commercial Wives C l u b will n.eet Thursday at 1:30 p. m., in the home of Mrs. A. P. Kason, i West Diclisnn Street, with Mrs. 'aul Mllam, Mrs. Leon Cook, Jr., in Mrs. Herbert Madaiis, as hostesses. The meeting will be a dessert bridge and sewing party. P. E. L. Sunday School, ·'irst Baptist The T. E. L.- Sunday School Class ot the First Baptist Church net Thursday at 2 p. m., in the "'raycr Room of the church, for regular monthly business and ocial meeting. All members arc rgod to attend. Mrs. J. L. Fcrgu- on and Mrs. Tracy Barrett of roup one will be hostesses. CORRECTION The prices on the following itemi ai they appeared in our ad Monday, Feb. 75, wer* incorrect. "Theie are the correct prices: Wesson Oil . . . . . qt. Bottle 59c Pineapple Juice . . 46-oz. can 29c SAFEWAY with Rich Maple Flavor! Yes, rrtrp thick, nnd full-liodlcdl Waffles « t n y crisp . . . pnncnkcs stnv f i r m ! And you cnn't beat t h n t onpllow mnple flnvor. Serve Griffin'" W a f f l e Syrup often--it costs to littlol Delicious on Biscuits Anit feitrh tlrlit, trnbr whrn fi.il tiiali* Ihrm with (lrlf(in'» Klonrl llr- nirr- tn trrve them *lth m«rl« · llat-orril firirlln'i Wnllln Personals V/cdncsday Club will hi entertained this week at the horn* or Mrs. A. M. Harding. Pfc. Lcvi. S. faylor . of Van Burcn, is visiting his hrolher-ln- f and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sandford He has just returned from 14 months in Korea. Mrs. H. H. Sloken'oerry of Elkins has returned · to her home after visiting with her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Parker, 300 Button Street. Mr. and .Mrs. C. E. Kollelt and Mrs. Margaret Lee returned last night from Dallas, Texas, where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Heckmanj and family. Mr. and Mrs, B. E. Napier re- urned home Saturday from Little Rock where they attended a four- day convention of the Arkansas dil Hardware Association. Future Teachers Meet At .West'Fork The Future Teachers of America of Weft fork High School met Thursday i n l i n e cafeteria for a dinner meeting. The program was on building personality. · Participating in the program were S h i r l e y Meyers, Anna -audio, David Waterson, Doyle Baker and Bob Taulk. Plans were made for the as- sernbly program to be l.cld February 28, .in which the future teachers will receive pins. Special, guests were Mr. and | Mrs. Buel Woods and the sionsor,: Wrs. Presley Askew. / Birthdays Observed' At Lincoln Church The First Baptist Church uf j ,,incoln 'honored Mrs. Jesse Cole- ; man, the pastor's wife, with a i surprise birthday dinner at t h e , "hurch yesterday. A variety o f ! lifts was received by Mrs. Cole-1 Mr. and Mrs. Bob Huff returned .his morning from Little Rock, where they attended the Arkansas Professional Photographers Con- ·cntion. All five of Bob's print entries were accepted for hanging. Tour were given special awards and retained for the association's icrmancnt collection of outstand- ng photographs. Boone Y. Richardson, assistant jrofessor of agricultural engincer- ng at the University, has been ranted military leave for '24 months, it has been announced by Dr. Lippert Ellis. Richardson, who i second lieutenant i n ' Army Ordnance, received orders placing lim on active duty, effective 'ebruary 20. So Many Little Childhood Ills Strike at Night! 5o keep thif ifrttiilirrt MMBBM.^-- tipirin bendy, retdy for I c* i n V r n T wnerjencieii. Approred § « l . J O S E P H by doctor*. No nerd to I » ASPIIII hr«k t.hletn, MC h It · ""'*!· f adult dose. Oring* lnTored. Bur it i«Uy. man. .Also honored at thli time was David Colcman, whose birthday was Friday. 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