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Wednesday, March 5, 1952
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1--NOtlMWtST MKANSAi TH*$, Nimnirtlk ArkMMt Wtelcmcf.y, fttarch I, IMf n ! - r ·'. *!· : i: ? M 1 '*. *'-. ' !(·· - .IMimuiltllllrrMMHIIIIIIirilMillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllil Society - MRS. KATHlilN DOZIIR IMIIHIIIIIIIHIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIillllllllllllliiiiiiiilliilil illlllllllMIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIl · Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . -Naval Reserve Electronic Company 8-8 Drill, Ensun Building, 7. Army Reserve, J12M West Center, 7:30. ^University Lodge, U;D., Mawmic Hail, 7:30. P 4rVolunlecr-Alr Force Reserve Training Squadron, UA Military Dcpl., 7:30. J.O.O.F,, 100F Hall, ». . Thursday . . . Rotary Club, Washington 'Hotel, 12. Chapter S, P. E.-0. Sisterhood, Mrs. Kmll Sunncmsit, 1:30. .Mildred-Lee Chapter, U, D. C,, Mrs. W. 13. Wall, 2:30. Chi Omeua Mothers Club, Mrs'. C. B, Wifgans, 2:30. Junior Assembly. Keller Studio, 7. Fayetteville Practical Nurpcs, Cily Hosi)ltn! Nurses Home, 7:30. American Legion Auxiliary, Legion H u t , 7:30. Chapter K, P. E. 0., Mr». H. W. Younkin, 7:30. Exemplar Chapter, B(Stn Slgnm Phi, Civic Clgbrooms, 7:3(1. Miss Hoeltzel Speaks At Annual Tea Of AAUW i "As college women you hnve no Choice 1 about assuming your responsibility In your community," Misc Pauline Hocltzcl said yeslcr- 8ay st the annual tea for'fcnlor flilr. · given by the Faycttevlllo Brnnch-.of the American Association of University Women In Hoi- combe -iHall; "Your, education ihould have given you the.know- whst »nd the know, how that responsibility,"'she asserted. I Miss Hoclttel, head of the English department In the Junior College at Little Hock, Is also · member of the Board of Trustees of lhf University. ' ·5 Mri. Dwight Iscly and Mn. C. Norm's Boiuty Shop SALE 50% OFF Cold WiTi k Machlna III f*r It-tll tar I7.H in f*r |i« Pn«to C«t II Call 121 111 W. Mnmtetii a.Nichols at the tea table. Mrs. George Holcomb,. Jr., chairman of the hostess committee, was assisted by Mrs. Charles Bycrs, Mrs! Bruce Holcomb, Miss H e l m Frnsler, -Miss Jobello . Holcombc Mrs. Dcrrcll Springs, Mrs. Joh. Kccsee, Mrs. H; D. Ivc.v, Mrs. I M. nenri, Mr/,'.Virgil Jones, Mrs W. K.' Notycy Mrs. Bcrnlce Welch Miss Jeannctte" Scudrlcr, Mis Grace Unchurch, Mrs, F. N. Mosc Icy, Miss Gcncvlve Dennis, Mrs M. T. Edlmsbn, and Mrs. C. L Garcy. Mrs. Davis Entertains Ozark Community Club The Ozark Community C l u l met Mondny w i t h . Mrs. Klleeni Davis, The 14 incnirieni. mid twi visitors who wqrc -present spcn the d*y' In quilting,' At noon luncheon was served to the group The next meeting will ha with Mrs. Mamie Doyle on Murch 17th dlydim ^ ·Z. i'HI . A nt!|hbar hod colltd John Sptnctral wark-hli houwwoi'on flrel A ihort linn lattr nothing r». molned but a ftw bllckaned btomi. . A man approached John and put o riouurlng arm around hit ihouMir, It wai III! Slonton, Ihi Cinlrol Agtnt who hod rictnlly r»viwtrf hit -Iniuranct proftfami John'i'houii and belonglngi wtri ·ont--but now thty could bi rt plated!. '. : ·I SUftl that your Iniuranea program li up-ti-datil Call ui or com In today, IMC i», nit HttiH. fttmlli yta It Ila ,11 rictnf In »·· ·/ III,. "SEE GEORGE" McKINNtr AGENCY · PHONE 316 OVER McllROY BANK flton Hnrf nt ywr fa* Centra/ rltvtttiotj Invttttory, Dinner Given For Miss Paddock And Tom Pearson, Jr. Mrs, Sid Bcntbn'and her daughter, Mri. W. VI. Murrell of Mountain Home, were hostesses las evening at a b u f f e t dinner given in the Bnnffm home on Ila Street for Miss Alice Paddock and Tom Pearson, Jr. The b u f f e t table was conferee with an arrangement of white sweet PUJJS f l a n k e d by tall green tapers. A gift of silver was received by the couple 1 from the Other RUcsls were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Younkin, Miss Carolyn Sue Mathcock and Ira Parsons, Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Crockett, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob McKInney. Mrs. Armstrong Has Club Luncheon Mrs. Hoy Armstrong was host CHS tn the Green,Valley C ub yes icrdfty ut 'A covered dish luncheon In hi-i' hume, for Jfl memberc and I wo' guG.sir., Mrs. K f f f e Jones and Mrs. n. A. Brady. Mrs. Tom Hill presided during (he short business session, at which limo members voted to give f i v e dollars to the Red Crusn Fund. The riflunumn WHS spent in sew- inn. Winner of the mystery package was Mrs. K. C. Taylor. .vtr.i. A l l e n Dowel! will entertain the club at Us ne;:t meeting, VA Patients Hear McAuliffe And Band Over 100 patients were present last evening f r o m 5:45 to 8:30 o'clock in the auditorium of the Veterans' Hospital fur an all request program, Riven by I.eon McAuliffe and his Western String Band. This was Ihc first appearance of M u A u l i f f o and the members of his band at the Kayctle- vllle hospital, though they have made numerous appearances at other veterans' hospllris. Their program which Is hearn regularly over Station KVOO 'in Tulsa, Oltln., was broadcast last' night over the bedside network to all patients In the wards. Future Teachers To Observe FTA Day Members of Future Teachers of America chapters and clubs in ilgh schools and colleges ot Arkansas will observe ETA Day* March 14, on the University campus. . . ' · . ' . . . ' : The onranlznlion, sponsored b he Arkansas Education Assocla .ion, has as members ..studcni ntcrcsted in raising the q u a l l t ind quantity of teaching person icl. ' Pharmacy Wives Entertained At Bridge, Canasta The University Pharmacy Wives met last evening In the home o Mrs. E. C. Christcnsen. The evening was spent in playing · bridge and canasta with Mrs Ft. O. Bachmann and Mrs. Stewart Frledmin w i n n i n g bridge. Mrs. Churles Bishop and Mrs. Luther Goings were winners In canasta. Prizes were distributed after refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by co-hostess Mrs. Agatha ' Hoberson. Pictures of the group were taken, by- Dr Chrlctensen, and It wss decidet that the next meeting will be held ot the home of Mrs. Freldman. Those whs attended were Mrs, Bachmann, Mrs. Bishop, Mrs, Goings, Mrs. Clarence Bolin, Mrs, need Holiman, Mrs. Wayne Griffin, Mrs. Jim Steed and Mrs. George Pazdcra. Dental Study Club To Meet In Rogers The O/ark Dental Study Club meeting at Rogers will hear discussion pf ''Oral Infections" at 7;30 p; m.,.(CST) Monday. This presentation will be. the f i f t h ' a n d f i n a l monthly session of the telephone extension program offered by the University o£ Illinois College of Dentistry. Announcements Hhamrock Club Tl e Shamrock Club will meet Thursday at 2:30 p. m., In the lonn. of Mrs. Clyde Pimbrook, 518 Center Street.. Chapter K, I'. E. O. Cnauter K, P. h. 0., will meet Thursday at 7:80 p. rn. w i t h Mrs.. 1. W. Younkin, Sycamore and W a l n u t . Mrs. W. F. Cuoley will be co-hostess. xemplar Chapter of Beta Sigma I'M The Exemplar Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet in the Woni- en'.i Civic Clubrooms, tomorrow at " "1 p. m. Zollege Of Pharmacy To Be Inspected Facilities of the University College of Pharmacy will be in- pccted April 1, by representative: [ the American Council on Phar- laceutlcal Education, The inspec- lon, designed to evaluate the col- 3Rc, will precede f i n a l aecrerllla ion .i.' Ihc college by th« Council H present the-college Is opcrat- ns oil the rating previously grant- tl tn the College of the Ozarks harniHC.' school. Who Gives Green Stamps? We Do! Fairway Grocery 411 N. CollB fl . Olenn'i Dairy (Houit to hauu dillvtty) Phoni ttO-W-4 Oiark Claanen 101 North Block BI. Harlan'i Service Station Frltndly Gull Station 11 North College McRoy.McNalr rayetterllle Printing Co. Smilk IMe a^uare Retail store CASH Bain Only McK»*hon'i Fabric Center II E«il Center Johnion'i Faint and Wallpaper Start IS North Block St. Hilton Broi. Brlrt-ln Turnllurt Slot* Hwy. 71 North T*wn t Compui MEN'S WEAR · Oiark Theatre Bldg. l«wr IrM, SlrM Storei Phillip! Motor Co. 120 North Cellege Moore'i Gift Shop K North Block SI. Fairway Hardware 230 Mill St. Wnggoner'i Bakery 101 Weil C»nt.r St. i Quahtr Drug Store 22 Eait Ctnler St. leebe'i Jeweleri 14 Etit Centir . «»)r«t Beauty Shop SM* lejtuie Phone 1511 La Rot* Houie ef Beauty 211 N, College Phone III ft«J«Ml your SftH Grttn Stamp* at tht Rtdtmptian Cinttr, 420 N«rth ColU ( « 'ohn»on P. T. A. The Jonnson School T. T, A. will meet.Thursday at 2:30 p. m. or in regular monthly meeting, t is important that ah members itlcnd for the election of offi- :ers for the comin,T year. Those crvlng on the nominating commit- are Mrs. Henry Seay, Mrs Bryon Biven and Mrs. Alvfft Pecry M Omega Alumnae All Chi Omega Alumnae arc nvlted to attend the initiation Sunday afternoon at - the Ch Ortega--House, beginning at 1 o'clock'. .Please notify Mrs. C. R js, telephone ,184-J, before tomorrow. laigest Pacific Fleet training ex- ercltet held since the Korean outbreak. He is serving aboard the USS Spinex. , Arvil, L. Wiles, seaman apprentice, USN, of Fayctlevllle is serving, aboard the destroyer. USS Orleck, which has participated recently In Pacific Fleet training exercises off the coast of -Southern California. , · Dr. Lippert Ellis who returned from Panama Thursday, left Saturday for Washington, D.. C., where he is meeting with the Department of Agriculture and the Department of State on the Panamanian program. VA Dislaffers The meeting of VA Distaffers scheduled for Thursday, March 13, has been postponed until f u r - ther -notice, because the nurses home at the Veterans Hospital will not be available at that time. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Banks Newbern have had as their guests, his mother. Mrs. W. D. Newbern, and sister, Miss Dolly Newbern, both of Little Rock. M.ij. John M. Pemberton of Little- Rock Is visiting his aunt ind uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Mack A. Ocatrihi Highway 62. Major Pemberton has just returned from Korea. Frank S. Crawford, scan^nr. ap- prcntki, USTJ, son of Mr. nr.d Mrs. F. S. Crawford of West Fiirk, recently participated in the Mix In A Pinch of This Good enough far a recipe but not for a prescription. Our work calls for minute exactness. For your prescriptions, call us, FREE DELIVERY Coll 3010 CONYERS PHARMACY count* BLOCK · DICKBON Mrs. W. W. Murreli and son, Dub, of Mountain Home, are guests this week o[ her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sid Kenton. She will also f a k e part in the wedding Friday of Miss Alice Paddock and Tommy Pearson, Ur. Miss Mary Lou Davies has returned from six weeks spent in Shreveport, La.,· with her sister, Mrs. C. D. Head, in Tylc^ Texas with Mrs. Luther Kay and in the home of Dr. C. D. Head, in Dallas, Texas. Newcomers to Fayetlcville are Mr. and 'Mrs. L. E. Cantreli and children, ' Mike and . Carolyn, of Kansas City, Mo., who have made their home on Ranch -Drive. Mrs. Lou Stamper and daughter, Mrs. Vilsle Reardon, b-th of El Paso. Texas, have recently moved to Fayetteville and are making their home at 601 Park Avenue. Mrs. Bill McNair is entertaining the Wednesday Bridge Club at her home this afternoon. Guests are Mrs. Bill Pcnnington and Mrs. Larry Bird. Coach and Mrs. Tommy Thompson of Mountain Home, are staying at the Mountain Inn, while here for spring football practice. Births Mr. and Mm. Walter L. Shepherd Mr, and Mrs. Waiter L. Shcp- icrd of Fayclteville announce the -irth of _a son. .March 5, at the -ounty J-tospilal. Used by thousands In reducini diets--Junge's Roman Meal bread. Il-10-tf British Drug Helps Blood Cancer Patients Butane Chemical Brings Relief In Many Cases ,/Clncinnati-(/P)-A new British drug is helping some people with one form of chronic leukemia, the blood cancer. It came from a 20-year search into the cause of cancer, and that hunt promises far better cancer- killers to come. The drug anrt research were described today to the-second National Cancer Conference by Dr. Alexander Haddow, director of the Chester Beatty Research Institute, Doyal Cancer Hosoital in London. The drug is GT-14, a code name j in honor of George Timmis, .the chemist who created it. It ij a butane chemical, in a new family of anti-leukemia drugs. In early tests on small numbers of humans in Britain and the United States, GT-41 brought temporary remissions or improvements in 25 to 50 per cent of cases of myclogenous chronic leukemia, Dr. Haddow said. One patient has stayed improved for a year. The drug does not affect any other forms of leukemia, including any of the acute or rapidly progressing leukemia .which usually affect children. GT-41 can be taken by mouth and has no serious bad effects. Dr. Haddow termed results to date "as good as with any" other drugs used for leukemia. The work of'Dr. Haddow and associates earlier led to urethane and nitrogen mustards in tablet form for use against, leukemia. All were based upon clues turned up in their main research--of learning just how a normal, healthy cell grows, and exactly wh»l happens to turn the healthy cell into « cancer cell. By learning that mechanism science then can build more effective drugi that could prevent the cancer process. ·"H we find the main principle, we will have a- line ot' drug research that will be really fruitful," Dr. Haddow said. "In 10 to 20 yein, all these drugs now being used may be, of historical interest only. They will be obsolete. Better things will come from the fundamental knowledge:" Obituary HOW UP TOWN IVi E. MT. ST. Alice'sBesutyShop P*rm. Lalill StrUl Rtaionablt Pricti Phone 620 or- 2311 Evtningi ·ob Alkinen Bob Atkisson, 54, 1 "ormerly of Washington and Benton counties, died at his home in San Diego, Calif., February 24, after suffering a heart attack. He was born at Lowell, September 7, 1895. Mr. Atkisson is survived by his wife, the former Beatrice Canon of the Mt. Comfort Community; one daughter, Mrs. Bettie Grove of San Diego; one son, Clarence of Washington Stale; five grandchildren; his father, W. S. Atkisson; five brothers, Otto Atkisson ot Jefferson City, Mo., Hartley, Leonard, Frank and Edward Atkisson ot California; three sisters, Miss Pearlie Aililsson of San Diego, Mrs. Bessie Chambers of Lub- bock, Texas, and Mlu Myrtle Atkisson of Fayetteville. ·· · · - · ; · Funeral services were' held if San Diego, February 28, with th body entombed in tht Cypresi View Mauioleum.iri Sin Dltfo. Mill Claudia Dot Rutherford · Lincoln, (Spedal)-Miss Claudia Dot Rutherford, 82, died at her home' at Mbrrowtown Tuesday · night. She is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Nola. Ditmari of Hcnnesey, Okla.j and Mrs. Edith Carmack of Morrow; two brothers,. Clyde Rutherford of Prairie Grove, and Fred- Rutherford of Santiago, Calif.- Funeral services were held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Morrow Methodist Church by the Rev. Walter Pennell. Burial waj in Bethesda cemetery with ar- . rangements in charge of the Luginbuel Funeral Home. Johniton H. Ceorg* ' Lincoln, (Special)-Johnston H. corge, 85, died February 28, at nis home near Lincoln. The body was sent to Spickard, Mjj., by the .uginbuel Funeral Home for funeral services and burial, Saturday in the South Evans cemetery near Spickard. Survivors include one daugh- er, Mrs. Hazel Carter of Lincoln, ve sisters and four brothers. "Hot flashes" of change of life stopped or strikingly relieved in 63-80%* of th« cases in doctors' tests I ·Those suffocating "heat waves" -- alternating with nervous, clammy feelings -- and accompanied often oy restless irritability and nervousness -- are well-known to women suffering the functionally-caused distress of middle life "change"! You want relief from such suffering. And--chances are--you can get' it. Thrilling relief! Thanks to two Jainous Lydia Pinkham medicines! Vnfoefor»'fes'(s,LydiaPinkham'n Compound and Tablets brought relief from such distress/In 63 and 10% (respectively) of ..the cases tested. Complete or striking relic/! Amazing, you say? Not to the many thousands' of women who know from experience what these Lydia Pinkham medicines can do! Their action -- actually -- Is very modern. They exert n scientifically calming, toothing effect! Try Lydia Pinkham's on the basis of medical evidence! See If you, too, don't gain blessed relief from those terrible "hot flashes" and weakness H«w lytfii Pl.khMi'i nrkl It acts through a woman'* syttt- patliettc nervous system to give relief from the "hot flushes" and other functionally-caused Ati- tTUses of "clianst ot life." Don't put it offl Get Lydla Pinkham's Vegetable Compound or new, . improved Tablets with added Iron (trial tize only SSe). Wonderful -- too -- for the functional pains, cramps, "dragged-out" feelings and other discomfort ot · _.._ __._ to common In "change of life." , monthly menitrual periods! OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 8 P.M. PHONE 21 NYLONS IN BOUQUET-PASTELS 2 OP · 7 O In whits, too You'll find torn* of Hi* lovelieit of new ipring poi- tels in our under-three-dollar Sheer Nylon Bleuies. The favorit* quick-drying, no-ironing featvm ef nylon tricot make them a wardrobe "must". 32-38. THEY SHED WRINKLES 4.98 Busy women, career- girli, Khwlqirli--come to Wardi for our ntw ·election of creaie- retistant Rayon Sklrti. Require u little care, make your Ironing chorei easier. Choose from memwear cheekier solid gaborHlneij slender or flared llnet. Mluei' wolttlkie ilzei 221« 30. SMART, PRACTICAL RAYONS 19 00 Spring ihad»i I*.70 Ntwdtlalli for year 'round wear, for all around imarhitn, OUT Rayon Suili or* a wit* inveitment. ChooM.from rayoo ihorhtliini, flortn«l, checki, ploidi and gabardiiwi. SMM art creon-reiiilgnt. In junior, mliMt' iliMi

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