Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 27, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 27, 1952
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TM2__NOtTMWtfT AlKANfAS TIMil, Ny«H«»lllt, *rk«M«t. Wonnotdoy, Ftbriwy J7, I»5J IIIIIIIHD'MllllllllllIIIIIIIIIKIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHI Illlllllllllllllllllllllll MRS. KATHUIN DOZIIR MlllliillHIIHIIMIIIIIlllllliiHiiiliiiMliiiiiiiiiiir.liiiiiiiMlilllllllllllMllllllllllll)" · Daily Calendar of Events · 'tonight . . . .,.Naval Reserve Electronic Company 8-8 Drill, Kasnn Hiiildlnic, 7 ···Delta Siems. Hugh Klncaid, 7:30 Community Meeting, Kirn! Baptist Church, 1:30 Ks'ppa Alpha Phi, 45 Eatl Rock Street, 7:SO '8841st Volunteer Air Force Reserve Tralnini Squadron, UA Military ---'KJept,, 7:30 I.O.O.F., 100K Hall, 8 40 Club, Uark Bowl, 8:30 Thursday . . . , Rotary Club, Washington Hotel, 12 Slgmi. Nu Mothers and Wives, 235 North Block, 1 'Jefferson P.T.A. Study Group, 1:30 .'Commerce Wives'Club, f Wcsl Dlckson Street, 1:30 "Ipshela Club, Mrs. A r t h u r J. Peterson, .2' Year 'Round' Harden Club, Mrs. Olive King, 2 "Trowel 'And Spnde Garden Club, Mrs. Georse Holcomb, Jr., 2:31) ^Daughters of Dcmcler, Mrs. Kyle Bugler, 2:30 Boy.' Scout' Board of Review, First Presbyterian Church, 7 V.F.W., 1081,4 Weil-Center, 7:30 Tar West Chapter One.- H.A.M., Masonic Hall, 7:30 ^.Xpiturc 950, 40 and 8, Legion Hut, 7:30 ' Afternoon Tea Given At Hdme Of Mrs. Might .Mr», Clarence High! entertained ' yesterday afternoon with » lea in; her home, 5011 EaH Maple . Elfeel,. Approximately iOO HUMUS .called between the hours, of 2:30 and. 8:30 o'clock. ' : In Ihe receiving line were Mrs. .Might, .hei daughter, Mrs,'Warren K. lj»nn«h,.. h e r . slsler, Mrs, . Claude K. Hudson of Kansai City, Mo., her slBler-lii-l«w, Mrs. A, H, Gerard, and her-liiece, Mrs, p. W. Dozlcr.. . '"· , · '", The lea (able w«» covered wllh : aii 'imported lace . and cutwdrk cloth, centered . with an arrangement of Iris, carnations, roses, and hyacinths,''flanked'by tall green lepers. A variety of spring (lowers were, used : throughout the house, .Presiding «t the'table we're Mrs. David McNalratid Mrs. Bill Cain, Mrs. Herbert Thomas and Mrs, Rpy Wood, and Mrs. Arthur Hi-own and Mrs. Fenner Slice. · Those who assisted were Mrs, Piul Heenvagen, Mrs, Jtclt Might, Mrs.. Don Trumbo, Mrs. W. C. i WhlUield, Mrs. Norman .McCartney and Mrs. Harry Shull*. '· Corsages n f white hyacinths and sweet pea« wei;* recelveu from Ihe hostes» by Ihose'ln the receiving line and those who assisted. D.A.V. Chapter Requests "Queen For Day" Show ^Washington · Counly Chapter Three of Disabled American Vct- eranrmet tail, night at the Legion nut. : - · -'· "s "".".' .: Members of the committee In charge o 1 ' securing the "Queen for a. Day" program for'Fayetteville, reported having written to Jack Bailey for Information. The chapter membership will be discussed at the April meeting and'election of officers will be held, Following the meeting. Jack H. Howard arid Geor«« C. Miller served eoHee and doughnuts. Mm, .1. H. Boston, Mrs. Bill Adalr and Mrs. Joe Crumpler are spending the day In Fnrt Smith THE BARTER THEATRE t ; of Virginia . Presents. 2Performances THE MERiHik]|tl0F VENICE · · . · / Art Center Theatre MARCH 1-, 2:30 P.M» and - . 8:00 P.M. ' BOX OFFICE OPEN FOR RESERVATIONS Feb. 27, 28, 29, 1:00-5:00 P!M. and March 1, ,9:00-12:00 A.M. onrj 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 Stewart-Baker · Weeding Told Mr. nml Mrn. Virgil Baker announce the marriage of their daughter Iteclynn, , lo Terry Stewart, mm of Mr. and Mrs, Jack Stewart, In a . d o u b l e ring ceremony in the Hapllst Church at Lincoln, Ark., on December 27, 1951. Uoth Mr. mid Mrs. Stewart were graduate! from Fayeltcvllle High School In 1051, and are now al- tcnding the University. They w i l l soon be in their home on the Wire Hoad. Fair View H/D. Club Has Luncheon Meeting The Kalr View llnme Demonstration .Club met yesterday al the community b u i l d i n R wilh Mrs. Caroline Smnrt as hoslcss. A covered difh luncheon wn's served nl niK»n and I h e ' meeting was called lo order at 1 o'clock, wllh a devotional by Mrs. Hembrce. HcportR were made of two pink and blue showers, a f a m i l y party and while n l o p h n n t · sale, given since Ihe lasl c l u b niccllng. The mystery package was won by Mrs. Smiirl. Game prizes were won by Mrs. Evn Andrews and Mrs. 'Mary Spnldlng. Mrs. Brownfielrl Kfu'o H demonstration on buying nylon hose, afler which plans were made for pnhillni; nnd repairing the in- Icrlor of the community building. Pliins were also made for a play In he (riven In the near future to help with the expense. It wn« volcd to have the club meeting each month at the build- Ing and to have a family party March 14. There were 14 mem- pcrs. present and guests were Mrs. Edna Walker and Mrs. Spalding, who became new members. Five Generations U.A. Social News Announcements laid Century Club , The 20lh. Cenlury Club w i l l nivcl Friday al 3 p. m., In Ihe home, of Mrs. J. C. Jordan, 417 N. College Avenue. Mrs. Frank I'ickcl will review "My Six 1 Convicts" by iDonald J'owell Wilson. 40 And K, Halon 307 40 and. 8, Salon ,1117 will have its regular meeting tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Legion Hut. I'aat Matrnni nf O. K. N. Part Matrons of O. E.' S. will meet Thursday al 7:30 p. nf., In the home of Mrs. M i n n i e ' Eads, 412 Easl Lafayette Street. Miss Geneva Cherry will be co-hostess. Slim» Nu Mothrm And Wlvei Cluh Sigma Nu Mothers and Wives will meet tomorrow afternoon at 1'o'clock wilh Mrs. Dick Miller nl he.v home, ^.IS North Block Avenue. Births Mr. and Mrs. Rnhert Cannon Mr. and Mrs, Robert Cannon of Rogers announce the birth of a son, February 25, at the County Hospital, Mr. ind Mrs. Charles K. Stokrnltcrry . Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Stok- cnhcrr.v of Elkins, announce the birth of a son, February 26, al the City Hospital. . Mr. and Mrs. Kuicnc .fonts , Mr, and Mrs. Eugene 'Jones of i'ayetteville announce the, birlh o( a son, February 27, at the City Hospilal, \ Who Glues Green Stamps? McKiohan't Fabric Ctnltr II Eiil Cinitr We Do! Fairway Groctry 411 N. Colltgt Jahnion'i Glcnn't Dairy Flint «nd Willpiptr Stori (Houii IB heuit dtllrery) II North Block SI, Hilton »r«. Drlri-in Furnllurt Store ' Hw r . 7J Nsrlh Ttwn t Campui MEN'I WEAR Otiik ThMlrt Bld|, Uiwr IrM. fiortt Phon. IIO-W-4 Oiark Clidntri 101 North Block SI. Harkn't Strvlc* Station Fri.ndly Gulf Sl.llon 11 North Coll«t* MiR«y.McN«lr r«yilt«rlll» Prlnllnf Co. ·with IM« Muir Htlill Stor* CAIH lilti Only Philllpi Motor Co. HO North Colltgt Moore'i Gift Shop Z5 North Block 81, Fairway Hardwar* 230 Mill St. Waggon«r'i Baktry 101 W«it C«nl«i SI. Quaktr Drug lloro 12 Eul Ctnltr 81. t»b*'i JtwtUri 14 Eiil Ctnlir Royal I. §W« Shtp PhoiK lill la ROM Houit of l*outy III N, Colltf* 'hont III Kxixm y*ur SAH GrMn Stampi «t tht Rtdtmption Ccntar, 420 N*rfh Five generations of one f a m i l y nrc shown -in the picture above, taker, last.Sunday at the home of Charles Kitchcl, 103 West Third Strccl. S h o w n . a r e Mrs. Minnjc Johnson Kitchel, 71); her father, Isaac Ernest Johnson, 115; her son, Charles Johnson Kilchel, 42; her prrunddnuRhtcr, Mrs. Adelle Kilchel Hougliind, 20, and her'great Kra'nddnuBhlcr, Judy Marie Hougland, one month old. Fayetteville Auxiliary Observes 21st Anniversary The 21sl anniversary meeting of the Fayetteville A u x i l i a r y . t o the N a t i o n a l Federation of Post Office Clerks was'observed yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Graver George, 81 i North Highland Avenue. Mrs. Klnlcy Johnson, state president, installed the new officers as follows: . . Mrs. George, president; .Mrs. Herman Riley, vice president; Mrs. Harvey Graham, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. George S/Rogers, Sr.. reporter. Corsages were received by each new officer. The following committees were appointed by the new president as: Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. G r a h a m , publicity; Mrs. Rllcy, membership; Mrs. William H. Rogers and Mrs. Johnson, visiting; Mrs. Robert C. MHJTS and Mrs. Silas Campbell, courtesy; Mrs. William Rogers, program; Mrs. Campbell, year book; Mrs. Johnson, legislative; Mrs. Wlliam R. Rogers, parliamentarian. Refreshments of cherry pic, ice cream and coffee were served and t h e . next meeting set for March 25, st the home of Mrs. .Johnson, 335 North Gregg: ' cent's Hospital there, last £alurday morning. Capt. and Mrs. Albert R. Burns, 453 East Prospect, are spending the week in Hot Springs. Captain Burns, who did graduate work at the University last semester, and Mrs. Burns will "sail for Scotland the last of next month for a visit with relatives and Captain Burns will continue his studies a t ' the University of Edinburg. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Criclcr and children, Sharon and Jiirmy, have just returned from attending the 50th wedding anniversary of Mrs. ("rider's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kersh of Potcau, Okla., .vho were married at Ml. Ida, February 21, 1302. The Cridcrs were accompanied by Miss Lor- rnlne Sargent. Missionary Council Meets At West Fork Personals Mr. and Mrs. Roy Adams are in Little Rock, visiting her sister, Mrs. Harvey Combs. The Rev. John McConnoll,. former pastor of the Central Prcs- bylerlan Church here, is a guest a the home of Mrs._J. C. Jordan on North College. Mr. McConnell wil lenve tomorrow to return to his home in Larnmio, Wyo. The West Fork Assembly of uod Women's Missionary Council met Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Vol Davis with 15 members present. Devotion was given by Mrs. Davis. After the business meeting, the group continued reading the book, "Nile Mother." Refreshments were served, after ·\vhich the group adjourned to meet again March 11, w i t h - M i s s Vera Colthcr. Frank McMullan, associate professor of play production at Yale University, will come to the University March 17 as visiting director in the department of speech and dramatic art. He will direct the University Theater production of "The Merry Wives of Windsor," to be presented April 22-26. The appointment was made .under a grant to the University by the General Education Board. - A n exhibit of,'-paintings and drawings by children from the ages'of six to 14 years is now on view in t h e ' . A r t s Center gallery, the 24 panels were selected by the Committee on Art Education of the Museum of Modern Art in New York from art work; sent to its 1951 annual conference, i The exhibit is representative of art work in private- and public- schools in Missouri,- New York,' Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, and Canada. The public is ' invited to see the Exhibit, w h i c h : will be on display until March 6. \ ncr North Fork; Nancy Matthews, Tex'arkana; Jackie Pugh, Portland; Palsy Watts,' Little Rock; Dorothy Girdlcy, Manila; Delores Clark, Tcxarkana, and Martha Brooks, Springdalc. Cub Pock 31 Meets . Friday At Leverett Cub Pack 31 will have its annual Blue and Gold pot-luck dinner at Leverett School Cafeteria at 6:30 p. m., Friday. Jimmy McWhorlcr, Scout field executive, and Scout leaders from Central Mcthodisl Chinch troop, Baptist Church troop and Leverett School troop will be prcscni. The new five-year charter will be presented by Mr._McWhorter. Jupiter is a mean distance of 483,900,000 miles away from the sun. for COIOS' Mvfcfe Athts- 1 Fine b As«e«e , Guy Thompson, S3, of Spring, dale, was fined $15 and costs--$46 in all--and sentenced to one day in jail this morninj when ha pleaded guilty in Municipal Court to a charge of drunken driving. He was arrested by Sheriff Bruce Crlder. Tom Dygard of Little Rock has been selected b y ' t h e University's! Board of Publication as edilorof Ihe 1052-55 .Arkansas Traveler, sludent newspaper. Dygarri is^al present news and sports editor of Ihe Traveler. The board named Perrin Jones, Searcy, editor of the 1953 student yearbook, the Razorback; Rob Robertson, Little Rock, editor of the "A" book; Harry Kraus, Fort Smith, Traveler business manager, and Bob Wrighl, Lewisville, Ra/orback business manager. . St. Joseph ASPIRIN MRlirSlAR6EST SELLER AT IOC Candidate For Justice Bcntonville-(Spccial)-EdwarclJ. Harn filed his corrupt practices pledge yesterday with Benton County Clerk Mrs. Ruth Wharton announcing that he is a candidate for Justice o f , t h e Peace, position No. 5, ir Osage · Township (Ben- ' tonville). · Not white, not wheat, not ry e , but a flavor blend of all three-- Jungc's Roman Meal Bread. '11-18-tf . Norma's Beauty Shop SALE 50% OFF 'Cold Wavt k Machine $10 (or JS--SIS for I7.M *2D for 110 Pntfte Cut »I Call 11) 131 W. M«»U1 Army ROTC students will chose an Army ROTC queen-in an election February 26 and 27. The winner will be announced March 28 at the annual military ball. Candidates arc: Frances Black, Little Rock; Pat Moore, Ozark; Susie Newton, Harrison; Jackie Bon- RELIEF AT LAST For Your COUGH Chronic bronchitis may develop if your cough,, chest cold, or acute bronchitis is not treated and you cannot afford lo take a chance with any medicine lest potent than Creomulsion which ROCS right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed, bronchial membracs. Creomulsion blends Keechwood creosote by special process with other time tested medicines for coughi, It contains no narcotics. No matter how many medicines you have tried, Creomulsion is guaranteed lo pleate you or druggist refunds money. Creomulsion has stood Ihe test of many millions of users. (Adv.) Covered Buttons -- Buckles -- Belts Including th» New Contour Belts in Every Stylt Cuiiom Finished And Ready lo Wear iht Same Day WB Receive Your Order. i SH Gre.n Stamps on Everything 1 McKeehan's fabric Center " «· c """ M Pains, distress of "those days" stopped or amazingly relieved in 3 out of 4 cases in doctors'tests I · Here's wonderful news for women and girls who -- each month -- suffer the tortures of "bad days" of functionally- caused menstrual cramps and pain -- headaches, backaches, and those "no-good," dragged- oul feelings. It's news about a medicine famous for relieving such suffering! Here is the exciting news. Lydia E. Pinkhani's Vegetable Compound -- gave complete or striking relief of such distress In an average of 3 out of 4 of the cases in doctors' tests! Yes! Lydla Pinkham's has been proved to be scientifically modern in action! This news will not surprise the thousands of women mid rfrls who take Lydia Pinkham's regularly and know the relief it can bring. And it should encourage you (if you're not taking Lydia Pinkham's) to see if your experience doesn't match theirs... to see if you, too, don't avoid the nervousness and tension, weakness, irritability--and Hew Lr*i« Plnkh.m'i wcrki It haa a "calming" end tool/iinp effect on ilie uterus... Quitting ttie contractions (Bee the chart) that so often cause menstrual pain, cramps, other distress. pain --so often associated with "those days"! Remember Lydia Pinkham's, too -- if you're suffering the "hot flashes" and other functionally- . caused distress of "change of life." , Get Lydia Pinkham's Compound or new, improueii Tablets witft, added iron (trial size only 59;). Start taking LviiiaPinkham'i toda* Mrs. C. L. Pratt and daughter Mrs. J o y Pratt M a r k H a m , h a v e returned from a visit with Mrs Pratl' daughter, Mrs. Laird Archer 1 and f a m i l y In Athens, Greece. During (he trip they visited also in Italy, France and Spain. Glendon K. Laningham, seaman recruit, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lanlngham of Fayetteville, if undergoing recruit training at the U. S. Naval Training Center, San Dlegu, Calif. Mrs. Preston Woodruff let! ibis morning for Little Rock, because of the critical condition of her mother. Mrs. Andres H u n t , w h o ! undcnvcnl' surgery at St. Vini She Got a Shiner HIMIAND la a-imirmui after near Ing that actrtia Jane Ruiieli (above) wit nurilng a «hlncr and swollen, (act In I JIB Vegaa, Ntv., where ihe went with husband.Bet- vVatcrfldd (Inieli for prcmlrrt 01 iter latest film. Hit Hidden return, lo Ixii Angclu without her added iiiteml, alnct M followed a Water fold-Ben Ulut altercation In · La*. Vegaa night elub ovir « remark the ewifdUn made tbout Jinr during nil performance. Jint Mln the ehintr waa MUNI) by the duoi at i M* We've whacked prices to the bone to. bring you this final end-of-the-season clearance sale. These special bargains are yours Thursday, Friday (city-wide WOMEN'S DAY) and Saturday. Check this ad carefully, then hurry in first thing tomorrow. · . .,,_ *«ti**wr f '^'*}"'9t t -.'-' M/ ''·- 6,only TOPCOATS, sizes 34 to 37, Reg. $35 to $45 Values....'.~."~.....~~~..~...... .Vi Price - 1 lot year-round SLACKS, sizes 27 to 44, rayon, rayon and wool and all wool, values from $6.95 to $17.50.... Vi Off 11 only imported Chinese long-sleeve CASHMERE SWEATERS, Reg. $22. .,,..,... : ....,. .$15.00 10 only imported Chinese "sleeveless CASHMERE SWEATERS, Reg. $15.. ... : . . : $10.00 1 lot flannel and corduroy SPORTSHIRTS/ Reg. $3.50 to $8.95 ; . Vi Off 14 only CORDUROY-.COATS, sizes 34 to 37 short, 34 to 36 regular two 44 .**. I14-.95 to $22."50 values. , . . .' ' .....i/ 4 Off 4 only all wool SPORT COATS', sizes 34, 35, 38, 39, Reg. $22.50 to $25, close-out at Vi Price 5 gabardine SPORT COATS, Reg. $16.50 '. . .$10.50 705uits Here is a selection of 70 suits of year-round weights from our best failors. Not o special purchase, but. from our regular stock. 10 off 1 only size 34 quilt-lined, fur collar, coot-style JACKET, Reg. $17,50 ,.,. .,., $12.50 3 only Zelan cloth, water-repellant coat-style JACKETS, Reg. $9.95 ...;,....,... .$5.95 20 only nationally advertised HATS at close-out prices Rc g :$10.QO , .,,.'..,,.. .$6.50 Reg. $12.50 , $800 Reg. $15.00 , '. : ... $io.QO 1 lot SPORT SOCKS, siies 10 and 101/2, Reg. 50c to 75c. .,, - 4 f or $1.00 1 lot FLASH FIRE SOCKS, bright colors, Reg. $1 ' 2 for $1.00 1 lot French cuff SHIRTS, broken sizes in stripes and pastels, Reg. $3.65 to $3.95 $1.95 X 1 1 only 100% nylon, nationally advertised WHITE DRESS SHI RTS, R eg . $9.95, close out at $5.95 1 lot leather and cloth BELTS, Reg. $1.50 to $3.50 ' $^oo THIS IS OUR FINAL END-OF-SEASON CLEARANCE! Sorr _ , Exclusively A Man's Store N, Sid« Square No Exchangtt No Refunds No Alteration* The Spot to Shop 411

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