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Saturday, March 1, 1952
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JOtTHWKT ARKANSAS $*t«rd«y, 1, IM1 MRS. KATHlfiN miiiiiiHiiiiiniiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Cotiritry Club family Night, t Historical Society-Tour, Pea Ridge, 2:00 . World Day Of Prayer Youth Service, First Christian Church, 4:00 ·Monday . . . HI Si Club,"ciubroom, 7:00 . , · Farmington Lodge,.Farmington Masonic Hall, 7:30 Stamp-Collectors Club,' Civic Clubroom, 7:30 Fayetteville District Nurses, City Hospital, 7:30 "" Creative'Art Group of AAUW, Civic Clubrooms, 7:30 Council of Ozark Artists and Craftsmen, Huntsville High School, 7:30 Fayetteville Lodge 740, Masonic Hall, 8:00 THIS*'N'THAT ABOUT TOWN KATHLEEN DOZIER · , With, the coming of spring, smart, and colorful creations -were shown off .'at the bridge-luncheon 'given at the Country Club this week by Mrs. Earl T. (Elsie) Houk and Mrs. Frederick N. (Fern) Moseley. Mingling with the parade of color were the fable decorations of potted hyacinths and the yellow daffodils arranged in a silver bowl on the buffet. Table prizes were the hyacinths. , . . 1 Another sign of spring is when the paint brush and bucket comes forth as in the case of the Tex Waggoner's, now in the process of re-doing their new home at 424 Walnut. They will move in as soon as the job is done. Mrs. Claude K. (Neva) Hudson will return to her borne in Kansas City, Mo., tomorrow, following a week of entertainment. She will be accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Clarence Hight. Mrs. Hudson was guest this week of Lilian Wood at Thursday Bridge Club. Thursday night, she was complimented With a buffet dinner at the home of Herbert.and Ruby Thomas. Last night, she was guest pf Jock and Blanche Hight at their home on Keesler Mountain. Driving up from Little Rock today are the Frank McGees of Little Rock, who with sons, Frank, Jr., and Jim, will spend the weekend here with Mrs. McGee's parents, the Herbert Thomases.--Mrs. Clive Lane with daughter, Nancy, departed this Week to visit with son, Robert, at Yale. -- Mrs. Calvin Beauchamp of Lake Forest, III., left this week to return to her home following a two-week's visit here in the. Paul Steinkrauss home. Mrs. Steinkrauss and Mrs. Beauchamp are sisters. Another sister, Mrs. Gunnard Stark, arrived this week with her daughter, Maty Ellen, and brother, Geb^gie'"Robertson, all of Lake Forest. George stayed overnight and continued his trip to Florida. · Weekend guests of the Roy Woods are Mrs. Ben Dickinson and Arch F. House, both of Little Rock. -Returned home this week is Mrs. H. G. Hotz, who has been visiting her sister, Miss Lulu Palmer, in Mont- gpme'ry, Ala. "Mrs. Waldo E. Stephens of Oklahoma City, who is national director of the League of Women Voters, is to meet with the Fayetteville League next Thursday at which time the girls will really get started on a program for the year and will select a. national problem for study. Also the budget for the year will be presented for approval. Preceding the formalities of business, Mrs. Stephens will be entertained at a luncheon in thd home of Mrs. Edgar Wertheim. , Pi Phis are busy preparing for the arrival Sunday vnrnino of the national treasurer and member of the Grand Council, Mrs. Frank Prouty of Denver,.Colo. ,Vr;. Prouty will first be complimented with a luncheon. A.tea at the chapter house for Mrs. Prouty and University faculty will be given Sunday ofternoon, Engagement Announced NOW you can own A NEW 17-JEWEL ELGIN FOR AS LITTLE'AS ! 33 L5 Including F*d. Ton The engagement of Miss Nora Lee Parncll to Gene Engler, Sun of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Engler, Yuma, Ariz., is announced by her mother, Mrs. Katherine Parriell, 1C East Spring Street. Wedding plans will be announced at a later date The bride-elect is a senior IB the Fayetteville High School. . , j and Monday Mrs.'Prouty.will be guest of honor at a luncheon at the horne of Mrs. Arthur Brown. Several .former Little Rock friends of Mayor and Mrs. Pratt Remmel were among those greeting the visitors here this.week. They included Mr. and Mrs. H; L. Remmel, who are busy building a new home just off the Goshen Road, and Mr.-ahd Mrs. Ewing Jackson of west of town. ·· . Year 'Round Garden Club Plans Field Trip, Considers City Project, Studies Roses - Stewarts Honored By Classmates At Party Mr. and MrS. Harry Stewart, who were\ recently married, were honored last night with a party given by the class of 1950-51 'of Fayetteville High School, in the home of Dale Canfield.. Kenny Boyer, a member of the 1950-51'class who 1 Is" stationed" af Cheyenne, Wyo., with the Air Force, telephoned during the evening from Cheyenne. A gift from the group was presented to Mr. and- Mrs. Stewart. A special guest was T. I. Gwaltney, a member of the high school faculty. Mrs! Stewart is the former Miss Roselynn Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Baker. Mr. Slewart is the son of Mr. and ' Mrs. Jack Stewart. The couple graduated in 1951 from Fayetteville High School and now are atlend- 'lhe University. Agri Students Elect Association Manager Loyd Ford, Cotton Plant, lias been elected manager" of the Agri Students Association in the Uni- ersity College of Agriculture. ·Ytrd won the post by one vote, opponent was O. P. Hillard, Ozark. Other offices filled in the annual election of the association .his week were: Editor of the Ar- (ansas Agriculturist, Jim Turner, Forrest City; assistant manager of the ASA, Sue Walker, Clinton; secretary, Willine R u n s i c k, ; rubbs; treasurer, Julius Hunter, Forrest City; publicity manager, Eugene Kerr, Gravelte; associate editor of the Arkansas Agriculturist, Juanna Jackson, Etowak; business manager of the Arkansas Agriculturist, Richard Hudson, Harrison. Bill Clowcr of Monticcllo and Bill Hestir of Wattensaw were selected to receive keys from the association. Cub Pack 41 Holds Blue-Gold Banquet Fifty Cub Scouts, parents and leaders attended the cooperative blue and gold banquet supper of Cub Pack 41. last night at Bates School. The event was in observance of the 42nd anniversary ot Scouting. Mrs. F. N. Stuckcy, Mrs. Bruce Kcllar, Mrs. J. D. Eagle, 'den mothers, made the anniversary cakes' nnd directed skits given by their dens, .following the dinner. Group singing was conducted. BEEBE'S JEWELRY 14I.CINTER Year 'Round Garden Club met with Mi's. Olive King. Thursday afternoon, with .the following present: Mrs. Herbert Chandler, Mrs. C. B. McCoy, Mrs. Jennie- Gate, Mrs.. Joy Markham, Mrs. B. F. Harper, Mrs. Wallace Oliver, Miss Elizabeth Curry, Mrs. E. A. Hill, Mrs.-R. G/ Woodruff, Mrs. A. A. Ladpn, Miss-Eleanor Quinn, Mrs. Olive King, Mrs. Howard Wardlaw. Routine reports of' committees was heard; the new constitution and by-laws, in preparation; during past -\veeks, was read 1 ancl tabled for future consideration and vote. Mrs v King served as secretary- treasurer, taking the place of Mrs. Tom Feathers, who has been hospitalized for several weeks, but is reported convalescing. Mrs. Ladon presented a City project which .after much jdiscus- sion was left to the project committee to complete. A field trip is being planned for women who are fond of the great out-of-doors. Invitation is extended - to Women of Fayetteville who would enjoy a day in the woods, with dinner cooked in the open, to enroll. The trip will bo arranged and supervised by a member .of the University staff, date for the trip will be announced. Mrs. Chandler .lectured on Hoses --selection of varieties, planting, and culture. A contest on names of roses,closed the program. Mrs. McCoy won the prize, by naming the most roses in a group of 16 colored plates. Refreshments were serveft. Theme study for March will be '"Famous Gardens of the Southland," Ferguson To Study * Phi Delta Theta Mothers, Wives Organize Club A local chapter of the Mothers and Wives Club of Phi Delta Theta was. formed Thursday, at a tea given by housemother, Mrs. Alex Caven. in the Phi Dclt house. This | j group, ^ne of many throughout! the state, was formed so that as an organized body the mothers and wives could give as much help as possible to the growing Phi Delt chapter in the Mate of Arkan- taf. · Officers elected at the meeting were: Mrs; Frank Gordon, president, Mrs. Robert Arndt, secretary-treasurer. Other Fayetteville women joining ihe group are Mrs.! Joe Bates, Mrs. Charles-Cross. Mrs. Alfred . Hathcock, Mrs. Chester Robinson, Mrs. James Sparks, and Mrs. Herbert Thomas. From Lowell, Mrs. J. J. Neil; Springdale, Mrs. Harvard Harp; Rogers, Mrs. C. B. Porter. Mrs. Teter Leads In Study Group Discussion The Jefferson School Study Group met Thursday afternoon in the school auditorium f o r ' a , discussion of "Ways to Mental Health," led by Mrs. Eugene Tetcr of the Highland Community. Those present were Mrs. Ray" Davis, Miss JuaniU Prater, Mrs. Jack Budd, Mrs. Horace Griffin. Mrs. W. H. Morris,-Mrs. Dave Rose, Mrs. Bill Shafcr, Mrs. E. L. Cumbic, Mrs. W. D. Wylie and firs. Raymond Davis. · The fourth and last meeting of he scries will be held April 3. at p. m. in the school. Subject for iscussion will be "Home Room or' Hobbies." Rainbow Order Holds initiation Ceremony The Order of the Rainbow for Girls held formal initiation Tues- ay night for Vivian Faubus. Prc- cding the initiation ceremony, a cRular business meeting was held. \ftcr ;thc ceremony' a social was icld in the lounge and refresb- icnts were served, Visitors were a Rroup of Rainow Girls from Prairie Grove As- cmbly, accompanied by Mrs. latha Lane, mother advisor of hat assembly; Mrs. Joe' Parks, vorthy matron of Prairie Grove Order of the Eastern Star, and Mr. 'arks; and several" members of he Order of the Eastern Star and Masonic lodges. Named F.F.A. "Sweetheart' University Of London Oliver W. Ferguson, former faculty member at the University has received a Rotary Club scholarship for study at the University of London during the coming year. He and Mrs. Ferguson will go to England the first o October. Mrs. Ferguson, the for mcr Joanne O'Kelly, is the dauglv ter of Mrs. Edwin O'Kelly, a Uni vcrsity faculty member. Fcrgu son, who taught English at thi University during the 1D48-40 am 11)49-50 school terms, will com plote work on a doctorate in Jun nt the University of Illinois. II lias held a scholarship at tha institution the past two years While in England he will work'o: his dissertation, which will dca with English literature. Resort Association To Meet Tuesday Evening The Boston Mountain Rosor Association will meet Tuesday a R p. m., at the Boston Mountain Lodge. Central Baptist Church "Where Christ h Real" 220 N. School Sunday School 9:45 Morning Workihlp 11.00 I, T. C, 6:30 tvinlng Wonhlp 7:10 A Missionary Baptist Church · JACK DEAN Paitor 'upilsTo Present Recital At Church', '' Mrs. Marguerite Willis Humphreys will present her annual 'high school recital Monday evening-at the First Presbyterian Church, ilartihg at 8 o'clock. Eleven pupils will be presented They arc: Janice Rogers, Mary Sue Stonecipher, Patty Pyeatte, Freddie Miller, Bill Harrison; Rosalie Bent, Mary Elizabeth 'amble, Alan Adams, Sandra Noll, Rhonda Rhodes and Betsy Jones. 'ahold Club Meets With Mrs. Peterson The Pahala · Club met Thursday for a dessert luncheon at the lome of Mrs. A. J. Peterson. Mrs. Don Snyder, president/ presided at a short business meeting. Five dollars was donated to the polio 'und. During a social hour Mrs. eorge Evans and 'Mrs. Otto Wantuck were prize winners. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Aiden Struebing. Dee.Gee Club Has" Television Party The. Dee Gee Club met Thursday evening in the home of Miss "amelia Morrow Jpr a buffet supper and television'party. The following parents were special guests: Mr. and Mrs. E\vell Logue, Mr. and Mrs. Dotson Lewis, Mrs. James B. Stowe and Mr. and Mrs. S.' E. Morrow. Miss Normn Kcnnan, .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Kcnnan, has been named "svocthcart" of the local F.F.A. Chapter, and us such \vill psrliripale in co.nter.ts throughout the state. Miss Kennan Is n senior . nt Kaycttovlllc High School, where she is president of the. N a t i o n a l Honor Society, n member of the National Thespian Society, Girls Glee Club, 26 Club and Peppers. She is a member of the Central Methodist Church, whore she Is president of the senior department and a member of the church choir. She is also secretary 'of the C.E.P. class, being conducted hc.c under the sponsorship of Columbia Uni- versity.--ISob's Photo. Garden Todls Discussed By , Iris Club '.'·'·! The Iris Garden Club met-Wed-. 'ncsdiiyat the home of Mrs. Charles I SalverKon, with Mrj.' Henry York* j r,5 co-hostess. ^ A dessert course was lerved ; from a lace covered table, cenV tcrcd with an.arrangement of red carnations, white snapdragon! and 'c-rn, · In thf nbsentc of the president, Mr* K; 0. Dot/little presided,:^ · the iii*;rcss session. At this lime a rr-porf from the garden club council was given by Mrs, R. ;H. Font*. J r . . . ' . ' , ' Rciil call WHS answered with each member ii-lilng about her favorite garden tool. In connec- ilo-i \v'th th-s a proup of new' garden tools v.'crc displayed. Kollowing Hie business meeting, Mrs. R. A. long presented the following program: 1 A poem, "Thi Prayer of th« Tree," tcsd 'a-' Mrs. Long; a dis--'d by Mrs, I. J; K i r k - i Patrick, entitled "Don't Let Youiy Evergreens Die for.Peal's Sake"; an illustrated talk on pruning by Mrs. Long; a closing prayer given by Mrs. Henry York. Gucr.ts for the meeting were' Mrs. Pearl Clinehens, Mrs. Harry' t'nglcr and Mrs. A. P. Stevens. . Mr. and Mrs. E, W. Dozier and children are spending the weekend in Memphis. Tenn., with - Mr.' Dozler's brother-in-law and (is-- tcr,.Mi-. and Mrs. John'7?. Oakes/ Jr., and his mother Mrs. E. M. irt.zicr of Sea Island, Ga. Rev. Cordell Announces Radio Program On KGRH To be heard weekly uver station KGRH, Ihe young people's choir of the Church of the Na?.a- rene will be featured on a 15- minutc program, each Sunday morning from 9 to 9:15 o'clock, it has been announced by -the pastor, the Rev. Joe Glyn Cordell. Harold Barnett, Sunday School superintendent of the Church of tho Nazarenc, announces that plans have also been completed to launch a program with emphasis on Sunday School, which will be known as "the six weeks climb." Mr. Barnctt explains that the "six weeks climb" is just a "spring board" for Easter Sunday, April 13, when the Chjrch expects to break all previous rcc-. ords, with 200 pr9sont. . . To make certain thai lliey reach this record, Mr. Rarnotl has .organized;* Visiting .Club of .over .10 workers, which will call from house to house issuing invitations lo Sunday School, throughout the "climb." _ Competition For Award In Poetry Announced The Annual competition for the Felix Christopher McKcan award for excellence. In poetry js announced by Dr. A. 11. Carter, head of Mho University English department. Two pri7.cs, amounting to S25 and $15, will be awarded. University students may submit .manuscripts to the English office j by April 1. Two copies of each poem should be submitted, without names.on 'the manuscripts. Judges will bo Louise Began, poetry reviewer of The New Yorker magazine, who is visiting professor of English; Dr. Carter, and Wesley Davis, instructor of English. W. S. C. sTToLedrn Of Deaconess Work The W.S.C.S of Central Methodist Church will present Deaconess Work, Monday nt Wesley Hall. The origin of the deaconess movement will he presented as a backdrop of the program. The program will consist of the beginning of deaconess' work In Ihc Methodist Church ami will In- lodure |he lown, country and i urban work in the 61 types of| activities as carried o;i at .thei present time. Mrs. E. H Hook will l e a d ' t h e program. Mrs, Witt Carter will have the dcvotionals nnd the chancel choir Irio composed of Mrs. H a n d Hall, Mrs. Bill Smothers and Mrs. L. 0. Graham, will smii. Nat white, not wheat, not rye, but a flavor blend of all three-Junto's Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-tf Alice's Beauty Shop NOW UP TOWN 7Vt t. MT. ST. P«rm. LiUit Slylw Riitbniblt Priett Phono 4JO or 7111 ivoning* Koran's Beiuty Strop SALE 50% OFF* Cold WIT. ft Miehln. Ill Mr It-til Mr WM 1M ftr III cm it ««M in 111 W. MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL Yes Dear,., Where! Why, North Side Drug of Coune. We're Not Hard to Find. North Side Drug Store 930 N. Collcgi Av«. AM More Room Finish Your Attic Cramped for ipa»? 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