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Tuesday, March 4, 1952
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i__N«imW»T AKAMAI TMB, tayrttovM*. AitaMM. Timfey, fttarch'4, IMl MIHMMMIINHIIMIIIIIIIHIHIIMIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIHJ ·' · .MRS. KATHIIIN OOZIM a j l l l M l l l l l l l l l l l H i l l l l l l l l i l l i l l i i M l l l l l i l i i i m i i i l i l l i i i i i i i i i l l l l l M I I I M I I I I I I I I I I i l l l l l l Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . ·no Deb Club, Sug Calc, 7. Nival Reserve Composite Unit, Eason Building, 7, Washington County Medical Society. Washington HotDl, 7. 306th Military Government Croup, 112W West Center, 7:30. Sportsmen's Club, Clubhouse, 7;3Q. O.ES,. Masonic Hull, 7:30, - · . · Northwest Arkansas Riding Club, Ex'cculivt Committee, Miss Lorraine , Williams, 7:30. " · " . - ' " ; Zcta Tnu Alpha Alumnae,'Mrs. Haydcn Mcilroy, S. Wednesday . . . . Exchange Club, Ferguson's,-12, ' · " Petunia Garden.Club, Mrs. Emit Knackulcdt, 2. . * Sigma Chi Mothers and Wives Club, Mrs.-Roy W. Roberts, 2:30. Dee Gee Club, Barbara Marlin, 4. . ' Naval Reserve Electronic Company 8-8 Drill, Eason Building, 7. Army Reserve, 112li Went Center, 7:30. University Lodge, U.D.. Masonic Moll, 7:30. 884! Volunteer Air Force Reserve Training Squadron, UA Mililar/ Dept., 7:30. · - . ' ' - I.O.O.F., IOOF Hail, 8. . . . - -· . - · _ ' . .: . Teai At H. G. Hotz Home Compliments Miss Paddock Mrs. H. G. Hotz, Mrs. Joe* Balei and Mn. R. W, Roberts .entertained with-a iea at the Hotz home on Raznrhack. Road, yes ierday afternoon, complimenting .Miss Alice Paddock, who will be -married Friday to Tom Pearson Jr. . .In the receiving lino were Mrs Russell Paddock, the hunorcc · and the hostesses, The tea table was decorated with the wedding colors of white blu* and (old. The . centerpiece 'composed of 'these colors -was formed of flowers.' Presiding · at the table Mrs.. George Branlgan 'and Tom Pearson during .tho variety of spring Mn first and second hours. Those who assisted were Mr*. A. W. McMillan, Mri. Fariow Burl, Mrs. Webb Williams, Airs. Fount Richardson, Mrs. C. B, Wlggans Mr;. K. H. Eayle, Mri. Van Howcll, Mrs. Alfred H · t h c o c k, Mrs. Harry SchulU, Mrs.. H. R. Rosen, Mrs. Gedrie Bowoh and Mrs. G. P. Slocker, , Drug Club Plans District Meeting The Washington County D r u g Club met latt night at the home o! 8111 Weil. During the evening there was a general discussion pertaining to the district meeting nf the; Arkansas Pharmaceutical be held «t Jhe Illlching Post in Sprinfdile, next Monday at 8:30 p. m, ·I Creating an Interest in the coming presidential election, -wa« iilto discussed at this time and plans were formulated for tl.e annual doctor-druggist picnic which is to be held this spring, Members who were present for the meeting wcrfi John Alexander, Luther Freeman, Glen Rlckotis, Willis Rlckctls, Jennings Tonyers, Bill West,. Pearl Cllnehcni 'and Leonard Prall. j The next meeting of the club will be held Monday, April ?i at (he home of Glen nickclts. UA Business Students Named On Honor Roll Seven -University sludents enrolled in the. College of-Business Administration m a d e .straight "A" grades during the fall semester, pcan Paul W, Mllam has announced. In addition to sturionls in the upper 10 per cent of each class, -the honor roll of the college includes, as honorable .men- lions, students making at least a four point grade average. The students making perfect (trades were Walter Page Henry, PlttsburR, Kan., George W. Vest, Waldron; Franklin Wayne M i d - dlclon, Lcachvlllc; and Suzanne Shlrrman vllle, .nil McWhorlor, Fayctle- icnlori; Eugene Was- Norou's Beatify Shop .SALE 50% OFF Cold" Wave It Maehlni III Mr M--III Mr IT.H in l«t ill MM Cut II Call ill Ul W. Mwnlalli For Reservations And Ticket AIR -- STEAMSHIP -- RAIL HOTELS -- TRAVEL AND LUGGAGE INSURANCE AMERICAN TRAVELERS CHEQUES No Sirrlct Charge in4*pfntnl.ti CtiKuelm Toiin K R U G E R TRAVEL BUREAU ·** "«ln PHini S.7I UTTH KOCH, AHK»N»At don Lambert, Jr., Memphis, Tcnn., a junior; and- Robert Vornon Dunlavy Fayettcvlllc, and Betty Ruth Holmes, .Dumas, lopho- mores. Others from Norlhwcst Arkansas on the honor roll were; Seniors--William Joseph Dickson, liogcrs Betty Jean Cain Savage, Fayeltevillc; Patsy Black Mitchel, Fayettcvllle.. Honorable menlion--Maxlne Kathryn Reams, -- ... . . ^ . :ecil Nelson Mclvi Fayettevlile; Frankie Joan Roc ding, Springdalc; James Sidnt H a l l , Fayotlcville. iHonorab mention--Ruth Sue Bradley, Fay etteville; Charles Thomas Chaffl Faycllevillc. Sophom,6rcs -- llah Bruns'o Mycrii, Fayettcvlllc; Field Kim cy. Wasson, Faycltcvllle; Hubc; la Anne Proctor, Hlndsvil]. -harlcs E. Smith, Springdnl Honorable mention--Lorna Stok cnbury, Fayetlcvlltc: David Eu gene Lashlcy, Faycltcvllla; Jc» Ann Stewart, Fayettcvlllc; Thorn as Ewlng Milburn I I I , Harrison lichard Alfred Reid, Blythcvlllc r rank Sheridan Garrison, Harr on,' Lois Amelia Joyner, Ben tonvlllc'i .Ronald Lynn Wilcox Buffet luncheon Compliments Miss Paddock Mr». Loyce Halhcock and daugh- Icr, Carolyn Sue, entertained for Miss Aiic.' Paddock) trldn elect at Tom Pearson, Jr., with a buffet luncheon at their home Saturday. There were 22 cucsls present. The dining table .vns covered wilh.ari*embroldcred. Chinos^ trust cloth anil-centered with minla- lurc bridal, procession, using story booh dolls. The procession wab outlined .-with' white posts, ribbon streamers and baby fern. Spring /lowers of yellow Jonquils, pink snapdragons and roses were also used for dccoratlrin. Miss Paddock received a gift o/ silver from the hostesses. Dinner Compliments World War II Veteran A dinner was given Saturday night In honor of Carroll H. Gate nl the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Catc. of 809 Maple Avenue, Springdalc. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cute, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cate, Linda and Charlotte Andcr- on, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Gate and son, Cortc?., of Faycllcvillc, llr. and Mrs. Harold Catc and'son. Tharlcs of Farmlngton, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Cale and daughter, Carol Leu, and son, Johnny Smith. Carroll Cato is a World War 11 veteran, spending four years and one month in service. He spent even months active duty in 1951 at Fort Sill, Okla., anil is now ·ailed back for 24 months service He'will report to fort Sill. Women's Civic Club Plans Luncheon For This Month At the Women's Civic C l u b Joard meeting today in the club- otims, it was announced that there vlll be a covered dish luncheon icld Monday, March 31, at 12:30 m., in the Civic Clul) rooms. All women are urged to bring dish or' 75 ccnis'for a plate. Maxlnc Licrly and Lois Mitchell rom'lhe senior class of Fayctle- 'Ille High School's ctas^ in govcrn- mcn" gave, a report on their study if civic clubs. They staled that civic clubs are found to be co- 'Pcralivc,- f r i e n d l y , . competitive hd a very Important rnntributive actor to the American way of Ife." ?i Phi Alumnae Accepts' Position .WithTexas Company Joe F; Fellicr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Q D. Felber, 20 Spring, has accepted a p'ositlon with the Atlantic Refining Company in Dallas, Texas. He will be .cm- ployed as a physicist in the com- lany's geophysical research division. Felber will receive in · May a professional "degree, in geophysical engineering from, the Colorado School...of Mines,. .Golden, -Colo., whc:r;e 'he , Is a .-.member of Tau Eel*' PI, honor society. He is a graduate of West. Fork H i g h School and attended the Faycttc-r 'ilie Business College. Mrs. Kirkpatrick Honored At Dinner A surprise birthday dinner was Iven Sunday evening by ,Mrs. -lyde Jones at her home, honoring icr Sunday School class and the birthday" of Mrs. Wathcn Kirk- :atrlck. , Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lemel Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lancy and family, Mr. and .Irs. Johnny Kelly and family, Mr. and Mrs..-Clarence Blackburn and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ar- Veterans Of Korea War Guests Of Honor At Son's Chapel PLUMBING? IT'S A PIPE FOR HER M»5. TERESA SMID, 41, demonstrates her skill In Chicago following state" examination before 65 critical men to obtain her master plumber license. Mr». Smld, who weighs only 120 and has three strapping »ons. waa a lingerie salculady before marrying her plumber husband. Now they operate their own plumbing shop together. (International) TRYING TO GET KNACK OF IT Gentry, Linda luper Honored At Birthday Party Mrs*. Lynn Luper entertained group of children Sunday after noon In honor of the ninth birth day of her. daughter, Linda Mac After games were played th birthday cake and cold drink were served to the guest*. Balloon were given as favors. Mrs. I/upc was assisted In serving by Mrs Alberta Martin and Mrs. Thelma Hughes, Those present were Martha Martin, Charlcna Hughes, Bobble Dale Luper, Joyce and HaroU Brewer, Helen Lewis, Junto Nlckclls, Martin Smith, Judy and Joanne Nlckclls. Dale llutchinson Ellen Hart, and James Oonnai Luper, brother of the honorce. IfeiN Nn, Joy Gift, 1522-J, i «.m, » 0 * ,.m. t ' · iold, Miss Betty Arnold, Fuoli Arnold, Miss Mary Miss Ann Entertains Grand Treasurer The Pi Plii Alumnae Club met yesterday at thc'Siome of Mrs. Art h u r Brown on West Maple Street, for luncheon honoring the national | grand treasure^ -Mrs. F r a n k ] and Prouty of Denver, Colo. There were 18 members present for the occasion. Mrs. Prouty reported on plans for the romlng national convention this summer to be hold in the Shamrock Hotel in Houston, Texas. Mrs. Jim Gregory was chairman n f . t h c luncheon committee in charge. The Rev. and Mrs. Sam Yancey have returned from visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Bill Harper, in South Texas. The Harpers live at McAllcn. Porter,' Mils Betty Gaylor, George Porter, Phil Mace, Philip Porter, and Kcnnsth Mace. Jones Serving In Mediterranean Area ' Word has been received hero by Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Jones. 300 S o u t h College A v e n u e , that their, son, Noah E u g e n e Jones, seaman, serving aboard the USS P i t t s b u r g h , is with the Atlantic F l e e t i n t h e M e d i t e r r a n e a n Area. This operation is the l a r g e s t combinbd mnncu- vcr of the British, y.S., French forces, covering 1,200 miles in the Mediterranean. Births NATURE'S- MOST RICHLY COLORED TREE! New Royal RED MAPLE $ 1 Special Offer by Mail · GROWS ANYWHEREI T Wonderful Shad* I t0t Tr " (3 for $2) In UH. ihlK ]· the mnitt unricouily anri richly colored tron In all Aincrlra. The IMVM «r« « rosy crnrlct--hrlBhlcr tlinn you can UUBjhiM In i,prlnB Ihc Irce It dill nf h r n u l l f u l McMrlot flnwrri. An .vnn can «f from plrturo thl» mainlfl- crnl Irrr l« perfrclly ivmmctrlcal. vvnnrttrfully itriceful. Will urtil Irf- nipndnin vntun lo your property and give you yc«ri of uroud »«!!- facllon, Rrnchm hrlKhl In 70 tt. Seni Ideil irnninlnniini «ir.c, ,1 to II I On »rrlv«l Ircci c«n ht Bl»n|. if. nr .lorprt it ymir convenience. ..unllert Mipply and ihey mn't lail on« l their irlre«-nrrter nowl Srnjl SI IUT P. J2 (or .1, po«|«I« pr«- Mill. C. O. TV. welcnmr. K nnl ctl- fhled rplurn »l mice for money luck EXTRA Q1FT-K you nrder H nnre you'll receive a colorful led Twig noiwnnd. HMUH NUMlmli, MM. IINI Name Addrell ...,,.,, · Mr. and Mra. David Slwmnre Mr. and Mrs. David Sizemore of Springdalc announce the birth of a son, March 3, at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mm. Curth CnunU Mr. and Mrs- Curtis Counts of Springdalc announce the birth of a daughter, March 4, at tlie City 'Hospital. Mr. v aitd Mr*. Lewis Mitchell Mr. and-Mrs. Lewis Mitchell of Snyder announce the birth of a DEIP CONCENTRATION Is etched on race of a South Korean boy aa he tries to develop the bubble gum prowess shown by his American friend, Cpl. George J, Skowkowski, Port Lcavcnworth, Kan. The gum was tn a donated clothing shipment which included the coveralla the Korean lad is shown'wearing. (International Soundfliotoj daughter, March" 3, at the County Hospital; Mr. and Mrs. J. c. Cartwright Mr. and Mrs. .J. C. Cartwright of Springdale Jnnounce the birth of a son, March 4, at the County Hospital. Mr, and Mrs. Karl Gardner Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gardner of Stilwell,- Okla.,' announce the birth of a daughter, March 3, at the County Hospital. · - · Adtertlte. In the TIMES--It paya. Can everyone ·*· from thit nmyoui Jittery look In ioiVr eye. th»l yiiu «re mnirlu ''cMnie-oMIW' mlilryi stir.-. m«Xc-un m«y help «iine. itl II etiTt tike the pain nn.l nervotiMieaa nut nf your erf*, .lint Cirtlill otlen flo«. A tlf.le Cirtlul WKh An hai aoif v'llsll?y M di»nrlnri| l «Hr (npnlb"VBrt r yetfi lo hrllhter happlpr ilmn..% lei nuiliil help you look. relJi «n« itep heller. O« Cfitaiil "InsiinnrC' Irnm ynur dMler todfef. (Sty: "cortf-yim-w )· MINTHLT CUHn CUME IF uri ICARDUI ' About 90 persona'attended a 'covered dish fupper. list night honorinc ly/o veterans of the Korea war who have /eturned to their homes in fhe Son's Chapei community. The dinner, hclcf in the Son's Chapel Church, honored M/Sgt. Curtis "Bucky-" Crouch, Jr., and M/Sgt, Edward liouth. The event w»s sponsored by the Son's Chapel AtixiJiar) , " · . · · " ' Curtis' Crouch, Sr,, was master of ceremonies. He intrjduced veterans of World Wars I and -II who were present, and the honorees. Serjeant Crouch and Sergeant ^louth- spoke, briefly.'. ' . Out-of-town .guests present included Mi. and Mrs. J. W. Cause, of West Fork,' Mr. and Mrs. 'Roy Tucker of Rogers, Mrs. Eubanks of Goshen, and Mrs. Atlanta Crouch and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cowarri of 'Kayottovllle. ' _ - ' The tables were ccnt-.rpd with yellow daffodils. Blue candles were used,- and ycliow-and-biui napkins inprinted with the honorees' names .were at plate Girls in the Son's Chapel 4-H Club assisted in serving. Routh and Crouch A'cre also g'Jests, following the dinner, at a meeting of the Son's Chapel 4-H -lub in the church. Sergeant Routh talked to the group on agriculture in Korea, and Sergeant Crouch explained the effects the war has had on agriculture in K6- ·ea. Mrs. G. w! Jones Honored At Shower Mrs. Freeman Baker.and Miss Nan Findt were hostesses at a pink and blue shower, honoring /rtrs. George W. Jones, Thursday night at the Jones residence, 511 North Willow Avenue.' Refreshments of pink and white cake, ornamented with a stork and miniature babies, was served with cookies and coffee. Gifts were hidden in a ba.ssinet vhich was decorated in pink and lye and formed a nest for the argc stork in the center. Games were played, with prizes won by Mrs. Ruth January, Mrs. jally Myros, Mrs. Cathy Hagcer, Louise Harrison, Mrs. Betty Nash, and Miss Lou Root, who won the door prize. Guests were Louise Harrison, .1rs. Lucille Brashers, Mrs.. Betty ·Iash, Mrs. Hila Mae Walker, Mrs. 7 anuary, Mrs. Myers, Miss Root, Miss Hag**r, imt Mn. Willa D:. Williams. . ' · ' · - . · · Those who cent flfti were Mr; , A. B. Walker,.Mrs. P»ul-Walker. Sr., Nadine -Biley,·;:.M.n.' William- ' W. Harrison; Zeljla Heckathqrn, Paula Kay and Dirinda Walker, -Wllma Hodge, Rita Brewer, Clara , Mitchell, Betty Villines, 'Muriel Slapc, Jeanne Slmms, Faye' VtU Hill, Willa Dean Curtia and F. S. Root. .. . ' · · | ·· Linen Shower - Complinierits . Mrs. Stewart f A linen shower, eomplimentihf Mrs. Terry Stewart, the former Miss.RosAyn Baker,, was given" Sunday afternoon from 1 to 5 o'clock at the home of Mri.-.Vine' . Blumenberg, ' 415 East Spring Street. Co-hostesses with'' Mrs. Blumenberg were her daughter, Barbara, Mrs. Glen-Stewart and her daughter, Jean Ann. Refreshments consisted of a dessert course of cake and punch served by Mrs. Glen Stewart and . Mrs. D. J. Feibleman from a table centered with pink and _white sweet peas. A variety of spring flowers were arranged throughout ., the house. Approximately 25 guests attended, including the honoree'i mother,.Mrs.-, Virgil.L. Baker, and her mother-in-law,, H. Stewart. Mrs. Jack Used by thousand! In riducini! diets--Junge's Roman Meat bread. ii-u-tt No Man or Woman (an Enjoy Life With Stomach Gis! Poor digestion -- --"elling with gas after meals -- heivy Reeling iroUnd waistline--rifting of-sour food. These arc some of the penalties of an Upset Stomach. CERTA-VIN is helping such victims right and left here i \ Fayetteville. This new medicine helps you digest food faster and better. It is taken hefnit meals; thus it works with your food. Gas pains [o! Inches of bloat vanish! Con- :ains Herbs and Vitamin B-l with , Iron to enrich the blood and make nerves stronger. Weak, miserable wople roon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering. Get CERTA-VIN-:iinehen'»,Fayette- ' ·ille Drug Store. adv. Individually Tailored 'One of Arkansas' Fine Stores" new UUVCLLb glove Wonderful Nylon Batiste Wrinkle resistant -needs no Ironing, Pink, Olue, Whit* $5.95 our Jutt slip on on* of th**t jloyei - , IN how slim and dainty your hand lookil It'i tU don* with Ktllop*, In two cl*v*c rowa. Hand-MitclMd by DOVfXLE-*nd mad* et full ·hruak, doubl«-wov*a cotton (or wonderful WMhabUMf. rmhSfrinf colon. $3.00 Ours' The doll waist and flaring skirt vie'with this suit's beautiful detailing for i Importance. Cinched waist and full cuffed pockets make this a.big suit In your life for Spring, '}2. In Wool Shautung.. Sizes 7 to 17, 59,50

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