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February 29, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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;--WOtTMWtJT AMANIAS TMMS, fey*"**)**, ArkcntM. Fridcy, febriMry Jf, IMJ MRS. KATHLEEN DOZIER fUHHIinitllllltllllllimilllllillllimiilit.ilifllilllimiiilllllllllinillllllllllllllll Daily Calendar of Events Tonight:.-.-. . 'tJ.C.T;: Benefit Bridge, Women* Civic. Clubrooms, 7:110 Saturday . . . Country Club Family Night; 7 Cub Atsplue And Gold Banquet · One hundred and 50 Cub. Seoul!, parents and leaders attended Ihe 42nd annual blue and- gold ·ban- quet at. Wesley Hall l a s t - n i g h t 'commemorating the 42nd anniversary 'of .scouting In the United States. ' ; . / . ··;: .;.. . - * : W a y rt c-.* Henbcst,. cubmact'cr, served aijrnaMcr of ceremonies and a motion picture on astronomy was'presented by. Dr.B. H, Gund- IfSK'M'Oii 'University faculty, ?The"!hsppcllon contest was Woi. - bjr. Clay.-'-Voji.-'Jrl.-jDBn Jj.^eston nbgersi'Den 2; Oeorgcjoncs,- Jr.', Qfa 3; Wayne Hydra, Den 5; and .Don McGoodAvin, Den. 0, Den .1 tocih » banner for having ihc most . unique table decorations, arid Den T.Jolnor'Mrs. Eleanor Johnson ex: hlbltc'd - the..mbft original color and decorative scheme. . Awards went to the following . . . Bobcat-Phillip Bonier, Chiilm S ciial, Bobby West, Julian Arpen, . Dfvi intl Carl. .WpIf-.-Mlchael id Ross: Mitchell and Bear--Mlk« Davis, Clay Yoc, J*., and Wayne Myden. JLidn--Weslon Hoiere, and David Steinbrucggc. - · · 'Gold 'arrow -- Weslon Uogcrii, rry Henbesl, Clay Ync, Jr, Da JU^rry H NofiM'* fciuty Shop SALE 50% OFF _ CeW Wave fc Machln* ·«· H-*ll Hr'|T,HIN I w l l l : · · · · · · ' ·' Clll W MaJHiWii in 'vid Slandlcy, Michael Milchel and .'David Ross, . . . Silver, arrow -- Weslon ilogers nnd David Lchn. . .-. . . Service stars--Sieve.Cummlngs, Mike- Davis, Don McGoodwin and Lylp Cloud, - . - ' . ' · .Deri mothers.present wore Mrs. Coy-Kaylor, Den 1; Mrs. Spc-nccr Brown,': Den 2; 'Mrs; yVllllum n'dgefs, 3; 7 MrK, I), L. Dykes, Jr., Den 5;. JMra. .Eleanor Johnston, - Den 5; , McGoodwin, Den (1; nnd Mrs, Wnync Hcnbcst. Don 7. ·' ' ' two Performance* Of 'Merchant" Scheduled ';Thc cxactliig' role of Portia-In Shakespeare's "Tho.Merchant of i'l'tb bo glvcn'at the.Uni- versity/Theater tomorrow by the Barter Players,' wilt bo played by Sussn- Willis. , The professional troupe will give performances of the play-flt 2:30'and B p. in, Miss Willis was once a "professional dancer. . . '·· In the casl with Miss .Willis are Wqodrnw nnmoff ns Shylock, Moshcr as the Merchant, ind Clayton Conatte as Portia's love'e. ' · . . . ' . - · ' · . - . . - · .Tickets; for tho. proriuullon may « reserved .or obtalhcd a t . tho Jiilverjilty Theater box offjcci etephohc. 2D20, tomorrow morn- **..·: :,·'.;..·::;/-- .-,-··;: ; COPtHECTION! f hit Priet Miiquottd in Yottrdoy'i ALUMINUM FOIL 3rffiL 33c F. W. WOQLWORTH CO. Suffocating "Hot Flashes" stopped or ·rrilcingly r«li«v«d hi «I-IO%* «f com ih« ·it nut aq you kno».-«-h«i a v irritability, w|li do for fair Soru you J other type* niven't ex|ierl(nc«U lh r«llft of functlonnlly-caused dls- or teniion. "n««h«" mm trrl- (ress of this difficult time? »Mllty u no alien brinm it -Then,.,,h«re"s hop, for f%£^ Mttin . ,, ,,.. try Lydl* _Plnknftrn'« fouM IB tests by doctors, . , ihtt Ve«rtibl» Coninouuil, L y d l a P l n k h n m / f l C o m - inn v«»ii ffiffifcwa-/Wbftw- 84V. . or·nSw. V 'ffi';rai«' · with nrldiffl Iron , , . nrirf dln- ,.'K:y^r ho* much «*fr jour ..J'cruiniil of lilt" miy !«[ . Surely you know th«t,_^._ Pinkham's b ediMlfeaUt .modern In.teflon/ -Surely · . "I'ttliJlper Htbmen and btrli- , . « u f t » r l n « Irom f u n c t l o n d -ftl /( rontaint no ncr- t'OMfl t]islrin~re~ t/i«"/l*nltcami"/ 5igma NuClub Hears talk By MrlShultz SCREEN LOVERS TOO OLD/SHE SAYS Thirty-five members of ,the Sigma Nil Motherland Wives Cluh were present at a luncheon held Thursday at ihc home of Mrs. Dick Miller,, 235 North Block Avenue. Co-hostesses with Mrs. Miller were Mrs. G.' P. Stocker, Sr., Mrs. Charles Cross, Mrs. Vic- Inr'-Russum and Mrs, J. W. Cain Jr. · . .. Mrs. K. 'H. Cnrdiinnlcr of Car- ha^c, Mo., presided at th,o meeting. Other out of iow.n guests were Mrs, floy Sloqlc, Mrs. Tom Cussack and Mrs, J. L. Lawson of loplln, Mo;; ' Mrs. F. T. H'Doubler, Mrs. W1I- inrii ilackney, Mrs. Lawrence Lcc uid Mrs. Dwlght Shult?. of Spring- ield; Mn. Mrs. Shult/ Is the mother uf ! orry Lynn Rainwater, who re-i cently won first place in- a na- f lonal essay contesl enlillcd, "Wha 1 ' Tic Bill 'of-Hiirhls,Means.lo Me.' Jits, ShulU gsvc.'ah account 01 he trip awarded her'.daughter ind also read Ihc cssfty which'won or her national honors. Tom ialmvater, a Slltma . Nu, 1| Tnther of Miss liainwatcr, Dinner-And-Shower ionors Mrs. Gabel Mrs. Allan Gilbert and Mrs. David McNair entertained Wcdhcs- Hy-nlght at,Ihc Gllbcrl home.on West Maple with a dinner and W. Clark OaMc and the mlsmii. Humphrey llognrl, I.aurrn. Slie: They're »|iarated now. '"There's life In I lie old boya yet." howerj : In honor'of'Mrs. J. Gabel.'Following 1 'Ihc shower, the v c n l n g . w a s . spent'· In playing ridge. Traveling prize w»» -won y Mm. George Ernst, . Other, guests were -Mre. Ogden ihlrlcy, Mrs. Davld-Burlcson, Mrs. lex Allen Smith, Mrs. Jim Pom- ·ct, Mrs. 1 Jnck Edmlstoh, · Mrs. JOOI-RC Ernst, Mrs/ Jake Davis, /Irs. Larry Bird and' Mrs. Jerc lock. . ommerce Wives Meet t'A. P. EasonHome The Commerce Wives Club ihct cstcrday at the home ot 'Mrs. P. Eason, with Mrs. Paul am. Mrs. Leon Cook, Jr., and rt. Herbert.Madns ai hostesses. 'A . color, .sdjcme of pink and hltc w:.is carried . out at the iblc, where Mrs. W. V CJulnn Hi Mrs. Orvillc Hall pralrlcd. The afternoon was spent In uylng bridge and sewing. PrUes ere won by Mrs. R. 3. West eyer, Mrs. John Kane, Mrs Glenn Wing and Miss Helei Barlow. , Tho next meeting of the clul will be with Mrs. Orvllle Hail. / Exhibit Planned For Artists ^And Craftsmen' The i artists'' of -Ifunlsyiile .nave invited Ihc Council of. Or.nrk Artists nnd Craflsmen lo be thcii r.nests |n tho Home Economic: building a t tho -lluntsville H i g h School; Monday al 7:,vO p. m Artists of Ihe' Council are requester: to bring one of their late paintings nnd an easel to display it on. program for the occasion ha been planned and members' may bring their . fiimillcs and friends Any member who Is unable to attend, and would like t? show one of the! "paintings may contact Bil Kennedy, president, by calling 2184 i l l ) Springdnlc or 1127 In Rogers. Sylvana Fampanlnl.,. "Tlierc'a a difference..." Spencer Tr»ey Ronald Oilman Charlea Boyer * IOT OF HOLLYWOOD'S topnotch actors are loo old to make love on the «cr«en, Including the torrid «cone spcclallsti shown above, eays Sylvana Pampanlnl In Rome. La I'ampaninl, 27 and one of Italy's moil celebrated celluloid burners. lays, "Jt'« ridiculous to ece a man old enough to h« your grandfather playing an ardent lover. The violent, passionate kind ot Ion that melts a woman't resiitance looks more ilncere when It Involvci a young man . . . There's a difference In being klaaed by a young man . . . Hollywood needs new lovcr»."c/n(«rna((otial; SQUARE DANCE OUSCIS! Filled wHh Delicious Flavored COTTAGE CHEESE Baldwin Club Meets With Mrs. Shofner The Baldwin Home Demonstration Club met Wednesday ot the homo of Mrs. Nellie Shofner. There were'-11 members and eight guests and new members present. The meeting wan called to order, by Mrs. Tlllic Bnum, president, who led the group in the Lord's Prayer. I t . w a s voted to (live valentine plants to the Veteran's Hospital each year. The club also voted lo give one dollar lo the 4-H Club House. Tenlatlve plans for raising money this year were djs- cussed,·including quarterly auction sale's, bake sales and .carnival. Tho firsl auction was hold at thii. meeting. Llrlinn Couch WHS winner of Ihe mystery package. Leaders were named as follows: Mrs. O. H. Fisher, home grouncte; Mrs. Tillle Baum, health; Kay Childrcss, home industries; Norma King, home management; J u a n i t a Van Hoose, foods; Sue Hicks, clothing and home furnishings; Ruby Sexton, recreation and family life; Mrs. Ed floborfs and Zola Slanberry, correspondents; Margaret Ilughcy, song loader; Flecta Gentry, reporter. New members and guests included Mrs. Newell Shaw, Mrs, Verna Tnylor, Mrs. Orrin JVhtto- lousc, Mrs! J.- M. Hutchins, Mrs. (oc King, Mrs. Jake Murphy, Jr., Mrs. Lcland Couch and Mrs. :!con Gentry. The meeting was closed with he presentation of a tablet lamp o Mrs. Bauin in appreciation of lie use of her home for the home lursing course. Personals Announcements ONLY PATTON'S offers you thew conversations! piecet--a ict of four differ- ·nt ipirkllng DO-SI-DO GLASSES... · f n f dwith dellc 'ou» PATTON'S ·""·I* 'I***... In your ehoict of . in*n! Get your PATTON'S SQUARE DANCE GLASSES JOBAYI MILK AAU\V, FayeHeville Brunch . The Kaycttevillc Branch of AAUW will honor nil senior Kirls of Iho University with a tea Tucs- dny afternoon at 3:30 o ' c l o c k In llolcombc Hall. Miss Pnulinc Iloeltzcl, H member of Ihc faculty al Junior College In I.lltle Pock, will bf,cuc!t-sptokcr. W luliclicon ln;hom)r_of-Miss Hocltecl .will be' Rlvrn In the Student Union at 12 o'clock, precertinR the meeting. Mrs. Roy .Wood was hostess yesterday afternoon to the Thursday Bridge Club. Daughters Of Demefer Hears UNESCO Report The Daughters of Dcmelcr mel al the 4-H House j-cstcrday afternoon. Mrs. Kyle Engler presented a review of her recent trip to the third UNESCO meeting in New York. Following .the discussion, Mrs. H. L. Beaebcr, chairman of. the hostess committee, invitert the group to the dining room for refreshments. Mrs. Williams, 4-H Club house molher, and Mrtf. F. M. Mcade presided al Ihe tea table. Serving wilh Mrs. Bcacher were Miss Mildred Stringfjeld, Miss f. Shoemaker, Mrs. M, C. Heck, Mr Earl^ Allen, Mrs. P. n. Bowel Mrs. R. M. Smilh, Dr. Vcra Mi Nair arid Mrs. J. H. Cooper. Tri Delta Club Has Luncheon Meeting . ...The Tri Delta Mother: Club me at Ihe Washington Hotel Tuesda aftc-.noon for a 1 o'clock luncheon Mrs. D. N. Misenhimer, presiden presided over the business meet ing. New officers were announce as: Mrs. R. L. Maddox, presi dent; f.lrs. Jeff Duly, vice presi dent and treasurer; Mrs, Harr, Wilson, se'crctnry. The ncxl meeting will be Marcl 25lli. al l!ic home of. R'rs. J. A William;,. 509 Vandevcnter with Mrs. F. L. Dclzell as co-hostess Births Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kirnrs Mr. nnd Mrs! Eugene Karnes of Taycttcvlllc announce the birth o a daughter, February 29, at the County Hospital. DAYS THE END OF THE EARTH 3bituory Charles Goslee, Newspaperman Of Hot Springs Dies Hot Springe, Ark.-MCharle ' Guslee, C7, veteran Hot Spring newspaperman, died today. He wa taKen to I^o N. Lovi Hospita three weeks ago after a sever hoart attack. He had been undc an oxyaeii tent most of the tinu Oosiee at one time, was cdito of the .Hct Springs New Era am Sentinel Record and later servec as busine:s manager. He was pres idont of the Arkansas Press As sociation in 1827 and had been a r of the association's boarc many years,-.retiring in 1948 He.also'was active in' Associated Press affairs in Arkansas'and^help- ed form ine first AP organization .Goslee 1 serverj'for two-years as press secretary, to Gov, H6n\«r M Adkins, .1942-1944. 'He' alib" hid been a member.of.the'Hot Springe City Council-.and-was active' in civic 'affairs' in Hot .Spring 1 -, where he was born and reared. DRIVE OPENS FOR $85,000,000 Alfred H. Ortgg Funeral services .for. Alfred. H ?rcjg, .73, who,-died at his'home (iere.yesterday,.v,rill be conducted i(t'2. o|clock tomorrow . afternoon at Watson's Mortuary by the' Rev. 0. L. Dykes, Jr.,''and the Rev. WJliam Mhcrman. · , Burial, will .be in Evergreen cemetery with Masonic graveside services. Lewis Brothers will be closed from 1:30 to 3:21, p. m. for .he services. Ed Slaughter Prairie G r o v e '(Special)- Ed Daughter, 65, died at a Little Rock hospital Tuesday morning! He is survived by his mother, ·Irs. Dollie Slaughter; four sons, "ivereli, J. T., and Roscoe Slaugh- cr, all of Fayclteville, ard Jess "'aughter of Arizona; Iwo daugh- crs, Vcrna Mae and Irma Lee of FayeHeville; four slslers. Mrs. M - a i y Carpentar, Barllesville, Okla., Mrs. Delia Neal, Rogers, Mrs. Elsie Swinford Fayeltevilie and Mrs. Ella Lansford of Grav- olte; two brothers, Roy and Charlie Slaughter, both of Prairie Grove. Funeral' services will be held Sunday at 2:30 p. m., ai the Rosa ccmelery, with arrangements in charge of Lutfinbuel Fi-neral Home. White Rock Club To Sponsor Pie Supper The White Bock 4-H Club, the "outstanding" club in the county, will hold a pie supper Monday night at the community building, for the benefit .of a fund to purchase a piano. The occasion Is to gel under way at 7:30 o'clock. Free coffee and entertainment will be provided. Dividends Declared N Little Rock-iOT-Directors of M- kansas Power and Light Company have declared quarterly dividends on preferred stock. OfiNINO THE 1852 Red Crosi fund raising campaign, E. Roland Har- rimr.n, president, pins a button on lapel of President Truman in ths Whit« House. National campaign goal l« $85,000,000. tintfmntwr.nl) Pretty Young For A Great Grandmother O 111 w a, Ill.-OT-Mrs. " Daisy 'ohnson, 53, claims she. is one of he nation's y ' o ' u - n g a c ' great- [randmothers. Mrs. Johnson, who s employed a t ' a n Ottawa drug tore , b e c a m e a great-grandmother Wednesday when her granddaughter, Mrs. r 'jcrt Bond, ;ave birth to a three-pound son. Mrs. Johnson was ma -ied when he was 15 and was a grand- lother when she was 32. Her aughter, Mrs. Roscoe Sarles, was 7 when she was married. Mrs. tries' daughter, Mrs. Bond, also vas 17 when she was married. ollce Raid Clubs Hct Springs Ark.-W-About 15 .ate troopers--accompanied by our Ijitlle Rock newsmen--raided le swank Southern Club in down- own Hot Springs and Pines Super Club on Highwav 70 and 10 isl night. Twenty seven persons 'ere arrested. Not white, not wnest, not rye, ut a flavor blend of all' three-- unge's Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-tf Navy Sub Goes Down For 5,000th Time New London^ Conn.-(/Pj-'T h B* Navy submarine Flying Fish takes her. 5,000th dunking today and that, as far as the Navy knows, is more times than any submarine " anywhere ever has been under water. The Navy only claims it as 2 record, for United States submarines, but doesn't know ot any craft that has bettered it. Support For Kefauver Memphis, s Tciin.-WO-V/illiam P. Kennedy, head of the Brotherhood or Railroad Trainmen, says labor will put its weight behind Senator " Kefauver if the Tennessee'law- maker gels the Democratic presidential nomination. sousr FOR Momns] raavtd Order Ling's Chicks and BC SUKf. ng't Pionrtr Hatchery, with 35 yrars xpcrt breeding cxpciicnirc, guarantees our satisfaction with their perform- ice, livability, rapid growth. If it's BS you want,, you can't beat our bite Leghorns and Austrawhites. so White Rocks and New Hamps for ! «tter broilers. Many broad-breasted r« infused each year. Rigid culling ( nd blood-testing program insures :a|thy parent stock, sturdy, healthy chicks. Write today for circular, reasonable prices on day-old or started chicks. ONEIDA HATCHERY PHONE 121 ONEIDA, ILLINOIS Train for the Top · Sound Busineis Training Courses Enroll t o d a y . In just a few short months bt confidently prepared for a job with a good future; FayeHeville Business College "Th* School You'll like" 309 W. Dkkion Phone «S . Covered Buttons -- Buckles -- Belts Including (h* New Contour Belts in Every Style Custom finished And Beady lo Wear Ihe Sam« Day We HeceiVe Your Order. 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