Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 3, 1952 · Page 2
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March 3, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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1-- MOtTHWMT AMANtAS TMMf, AikwMi, M.ndoy, ft^rdi 1, If 51 acte MM. KATHLEEN DOZIER \ IMIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIHIIItlllltltllllllliliiiiillilllliMiillllMllllllllllintlfllllllllll ^Local Chapter, D.A.C._ ^ostess^lxi State Assembly yM Arthur S. Brown,of. :i -41/^llle, st.ilo resent," has' Ittucd ff ci ' lor the 2Sl.h Annual Stale jf'A »mbly . of the AjkHinai s»- ' defy, "'.Daughters- oV the American Colonists, for Friday,'-at the fiery, Smarting Itch «f CommonIMfi 'Mrim , Don't stand lucli torment another hourl ·^ilil smooth Kritnol Ointment on your irritated ftkin at oner. See haw nuickly Us medically proven Ingredient* in Un olin brinj blltilul, loni-luiliii rellcl. Mnrlnn Hotel. The Mtjor Brian Pcndlclon Chapter of K.-iycttoville will serve as Ihc hostess group, . Kciiiliitratlon will bojjin nt 0:.'iO H.m, with (he formal 'opcnlnn nt .1(1 a.m. Mnrfinrel ' Flag · bcnrcnt Yost and Paul la A Gnlusha.' Harry Leslie Giilusha, Jr., will *erTM as busier. All fire nicmhcrs of the Janics McCulch- cn Chapltr, Children .'of the American Colcinists. Miss Frances McSwain of tlltle Roclt, will serve as pcrsot»nel |;;ne for Mrs. Brown. A n n u a l reports will be rondo by Daily Calendar of Events 'HI SI Club, Ciubroom, 7:00 Fsrmlnslon Lodge, Farmlngton Masonic Hall, 7:30 Slump Collector 1 !! Club, Civic Ciubroom, 7:30 Fnycttevlllt) .District Nurses, City Hospital, 7:30 Creative Art Croup of AAUW, Civic Clubroomt, 7:30 Council of Ozark Arllsl.i and Craftsmen, Huntsvllle High School, 7-30 Faycttevilie Lodfic 740, Masonic Hall. 8:00 Delta Gamma Alumnae, Mrs. Hubert Cowan, 7:30. Tuesday . . . ' . t ' Boys Club Board of Directors, Fergusons, 7:30 a.m. Womcns Civic Club, Board, Clubfoom, 8:30 a.m. Lion's Club, Ferguson's, 12. Kiwimis Club, Washington Hotel, 12. . · AAUW, Holcombe Hall, 3:30. Sub I3eb Club, Sus Cale, 7. . ' Naval Iletcrve Composite Unit, Kasnn Building 7 Washington County Medical Society, Washington Hotel 7. ·· 308th Military Government Group, 112V4 West Center, 7:30. Sportsmen's Club, Clubhouse, 7:30. O.ES., Masonic Hall, 7:30. , Northwest Arkansas Riding Club, Executive Committee, Miss Lorraine Williams, 7:30. /iota Tan Alpha Alumnae, Mrs. Hayden Mcllroy, 8. ' Covered Button! -- Buckles -- Belts : Including th* Ntw Contour t*h« In fy»ry $ty|t Cuitom Flnlihed And'Rtidy to Wtir ih« Stunt Diy Wt Rtctlv* Your Ordtr. SkH Gr««n Blimpi en Cr«r»itng Ctnttr the following slate cliainr.eih Colonial and Gcncalogicill Ke^- ords, Mrs. Victor Watts, Fay- ctlcvillu; Coircct use of the Flag, Mrs. Phillip Baldwin, Little Rock; Golden Acorns, Tcafpd, Occolo; E. M. Archer, morials and Spots, Mrs. Mrs; Ambrose Inilgnla, Mrsc tic Rock; Mc- Hisloric Slgmon, Marking Martin L. Montlccllo; Microfilm, Mrs. James B. Clark, Blythcvillc; National Defense, Mrs..L, L. Browne, Fay- ette,vilie; By-Laws, Mrs; Johi. F. Wcinniann, Liltle Rock; Patriot'.c Education, Mrs. Normnn, : Payne, Fayettevllle; Radio, Miss Hilde- gtrdc, Smith, Little Rock, and Rehabilitation and Veterans Hospital, Mrs. Earl Bird, Fayettevijle. Following the morning session, a memorial service will be coi- ductcri by Mrs. (James C. Ellis of Blytheville, State C h a p l a i n . . Luncheon I be served at 12:30 in the" Colonial Hoom. · Mrs. Lylc Bryan, regent of the Major ; Brian" Pend!eton Chapter of Fay- cUevillc will serve as toastmistress. Mr.. W. J. Lemke of the University journalism department, will be the guest speaker. A group of numbers by Bach, vDvorak and Charles will be sung by Mrs. Gilbert Dean, acfompa'h- ied by Mrs. B. E. Janseri. State . officers serving with Mrs. Brown are: first-vice-regent, Mrs. Charles Branncri of Fayetteville; "second vice-regent, Mrs. William Nash,' Little, Rock; Recording secretary,-Mrs. Lawrence Witherspnon, Little Rock; Corresponding secretary'; Mrs. Charles H. Stone, Fay'ettevillc; registrar, Mrs. Norman, Payne,-Fayetlevillc; treasurer, Mrs/J. A..Wannarnak- er,-Little Rock; .historian, Mrs. Baldwin, chaplain, Itors. Ellis, and parliamentarian, Mrs. Weinmann. i ^ Preceding the Stale Assembly the State Board will meet for breakfast at 8:30 a.m. The" State Officers' Club will meet on 'Thursday evening at 7 p.m. at the - Marion Hotel* \.-lth Mrs.-James B. Clark, president, presiding: Following dinner Miss Hlldegardc Smith will present Mrs. Phillip Baldwin and Miss Betty Chandler In · program of music. «^ Farmington Club Has 'Lamp Demonstration The Farmington Club met at the clubroom Wednesday at 1:30 p. m., with 23 members and four aooK- STOP! . -If you like good' music, at what the Fa'yetteville Community Cpncert ' i ICTCM As sociaMon offers for your enjoyment, ' LISTEN-to the CINCINNATI SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, on March 14 at £ ., the University of Arkansas Field Housd, Open only to this year's ^5 :;;i 'P nd next,year : s association members and university students. Hear -.::: i:; next year s series of at least four concerts, to-be announced when. the sixth annual membership campaign is 1 over on March 8. Then · The association,, which operates .oh a non-profit, non-loss basis will r. ^ w much mone V 's available for artists. U-- Get your. Community Concert Association 'membership card- available this week only-- before it's t6o late. The -membership campaign opens tomorrow and ends at 5 p.m. Saturday, March 8. Atter,,that, no more memberships will be available for qnother year, and tickets will not be sold to single concerts * io y b Jt^i lr . m oiiey's ; WQrth.-,Ihe Uiiiversity:of Arkansas cooperates ssspctation;: matching' 1 mefribersh'ip 'fes's, arid the combined fund t r . rcr v o 1 i n k r . WORKERS MEMBERSHIP CARD TODAY FROM ONE OF THESE VOLUNTEER Mrs. Robert Moffett Miss 1 Betsy Bridenstine Mrs. O...H. Gamble Ilmmy McRoy ; Miss LavfnTa Lee Miss Elizabeth Morris Miss Eleanor Quinn Mrs.,Paul Shbrrah Mrs.-. Tex Waggoner George Parspns · .Mrs. Orrin- Henbest Mrs. 1 Pearl Kirkpatrick, Rogers Mrs. Davis Richardson Mrs. Fred Kerr Miss "Eva Williams Mrs. Jerome McRoy Mrs. Lessie S. Read Mrs. W. Cain Mrs. Vera Greene Mrs. Rlchord Greer .* A . ---r.- 1 . * » i r o . i M u i i u i u oreur Mr 5 .- Joe Kay, Springdole Mrs, W. J. Smothers Mrs.-Fern Massingole, ' Rogers . , Mrs. Harrell Hall Mrs. Stephen Stephen Mrs. Carl Hoffman Mrs. Bruce Denny . ' Mrs. L. B. Ham Mrs. George Hunsberger Mrs. Goldie Jones Miss Tamora Keck Mrs. Earle Lawrence Mrs. W. A. Guinn Miss Gretchen Stevenson Miss Cqrolyn Stevenson Miss Carol Sue Dunlap Mrs. James L. Smith *~ Ralph Kennedy, Silccm Springs /·N LI i ' Ol -"=r-"i=" Jiepnan .springs Ur Headquarters-Guisinger's Music House-Phone 3177 ASSOCIATION OFFICERS HARRY E: SHULTZ, CLINT WALDEN v.um_wALi«iN,. , MRS. WILLIAM G. MIGHT, Secretary President ROY V. SIMPSON, First Vice President and Campaign Chairman Second-Vice President · PAUL BARRETT,. Third Vice President MRS. ROY V.SIMPSON, Co-Chairman ELLIS SHELTON, Treasurer .Mrs. Jay Fulbright - Mrs. Herbert Thomas- Mrs. Emil Sonneman MrVAIarius Lindloff .Mrs. G. X. Vincenheller Mrs. S. C. Boharl * ' - BOARD MEMBERS: Mrs. J. .Frank Holmes, Mrs, Homer Crow Prairie Grove Mrs. Ho'jvord Clark, Springdale Mrs. Alfred Hathcock Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stevenson Mrs. Jerome McRov v!«ltori preseifi. Mri. Tessman gave the devotional and roll ca|l was a'n- iwered wlih · "a demonstration *c' would like to: have this year." -Mablc King Was winner of the mysiqry package. A health report wa£ given by Mrs. Teeters and it was announced that a pre-school clinic' will'- be hold at the nchool, March 28, at 1:30 P. m, A demonstration was given on converting Kerosene lamps into electric. Hostesses for ihe meeting wcr* Irene Lewis and Beu.ah Siin- ers. / -. Tea Honors Two Members Of Esther Class Mrs. .Sherman Sypres enler- oincd th* Esther Sun'day Schot, Class of. the First Uiptitt Church Saturday afternoon with a tea at her home, 217 North ·. Locust in honor of. Mrs. H. H. Howe and .Mrs. J. H. Garrctl who are leaving Fayetteville. Members and guests who called. Included: Mrs, Ida Ballard, Mrs: T. M. Lilcs, Mrs. W. H. Cherry, Mrs. W. R. Pugh, Mrs. M. Y. llcnsrjh, Mrs. Madge., Hutledge, Mrs. ,H. H. Graham, Mrs. :'J. A. Mllltoni an demanding StJoseph ASPIRIN GAS is FINE in Fhe Furnace-nol in Your Stomach I(. your atomach : burns "like re" it means your food turns to las instead^ of, digesting -So you ·re in misery with bloat and can lardly breathe. ' - . . . Fayot'.eville people say they arc 'ree of stomach gas since they got CERTA-VIN. This new .medicine digcits food faster and better. Taken before meals it works with onr food. jGas pains g-! .Bloat vanishes! Cdntains. Vitamin'B-l to enrich, the blood, give you pep and make nerves stronger. Miser- nble people soon feel different -all over. So don't go on suffcrint. Get CERTA - VIN. -- Clinehcn's Fay- ctteville Drug Store. --adv. WORLD'S URGES? SEUfH AT 100 Patterson, Mr«. .Gilli* Veaver, Mrs. C,, W. Trtwhitl, Miss Ethel Smith,-Mrs. "Golds Cornctt, Mrs. C. B. Wiggans,' Mrs.' Magnolia Walker, 'and the honored frosts, Mrs. Howe a*d Mrs, Garrett. Mrs. Spyres was assisted by Norma's Beiuly Shop SALE 50% OFF Cold War* Ic Machine !· Imr $»-- S» far S7.H in f«r III *n*i em ti cm in ui w. Mrs. Ballard, tcachar at .tb* clui. Mrs. Francet Conitantino of Fort · Smith ii visjtinf h«r »on- ih-law .and daughter. Mr. ' a n d * Mrs. Sam E. Gearhati Alice's Beauty Shop ' HOW UP TOWN 7Vi E. MT. IT. Perm. LilMi StrlM RiiMiubU PrtcM Phen. MO «r 2131 Ivtnm^t WHAT ARE K-K THRIFT TRADING STAMPS I,? ^ H u H T . r ?? in 9 LStoi "P* «M. *« premiums you roc.iv. c,n ·aeh ortiele bought m th. stores hovipg tKt K-K thrift plan. ?if l T!!TMto-? al T *L P *" d 2" 1 ' °"« ** am ' ) - YOM wi " be 9' v «" « K-K Thrift Savtr Book in which to paite the stampi for rademp. · tion or exchange. ' K-K SAVEft BOOKS CAN BE REDEEMED 3 WAYS CASH-MERCHANDISE-PREMIUMS TUBl . ^ ^ THRIFT TR AWNG STAMPS, AND REDEEM THEM AT THE FOLLOWING FAYETTEVILLE STORES: Shoemaker Grocery Northside Drug Store Hwy. 62 Wett 930 N. Col| IB « Av.. Paf Malone- Sinclair Ser.Sla. Mix Grocery Hwy. 71 South Hwy. 71 South Bohe's Grocery ludwick Conoco Ser. Sfa. Ball Gro, 4 Mkl. 16 E. Center 223 W. Dickion 23.1 Mill St. listen to the NEWS, each weekday, at 7:30 AM, over station KORH · OKLAHOMA TIRE A SUPPLY CO. 11 c u b i c f e e t o f space, artanBcd ' or maximum convcn- icn«. Giant actoa- thc-top Itcczcr chest (rc(ris«.itcd on 3 sides); handy ^ lv " built into the door; huge win moist-cold vegetable ctisp«s... i PLUS "Music C V C ' C 18 MONTHS TO PAY A completely, NEW kind'of refrijcrstor . . . with ·n entirely NEW Icind of DEFROSTING system that is ful»; AUTOMATIC! Does faOT use.nny kind of electric heating elements. Defrosts faster . . . «nd is '·biolutely foolproof! Keeps your foods safer through the Hefrosiiag. period. THERE IS A DlPPERl-NCB in imomatic defrosting systems . ,, to, be lure 10 lnve«ij«re before you buy! Wttt Sidt Square Ph«n« 161 'HOMi OP JITTEK VALUIS~

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