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MORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES. FovittÂ«villÂ«, Arkoiwn Saturday, March I, 19St MRS. KATHLEEN DOZIER lAimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Â· Daily Calendar of Events Â· Monday . . . Fayettcville Ministerial Alliance, Central Methodist, 9 a. m.. Business and Professional Women's Club, Ferguson's, 6:80. Hi $i Club, Clubroom, 7. Washington Lodge One, Masonic Hall, 7:30.. THIS'N'THAT ABOUT TOWN KATHLEEN DOZIER With all the excitement of a basketball tournament there has been little time for other forms of entertainment this week, however this did not delay the plans of Jere and Mary Block and Helen and Jack Edmiston, who are giving the city of New Orleans a whirl. Jere and Mary left daughter, Diana, with her grandparents, the Roy Woods, and Davey and Joan Edmiston have their grandmother, Mrs. Clyde Tidwell, with them while the parents ar^ away. Peter and Virginia Harkins expect ot join the party in New Orleans, Sunday. Mrs. Grady (Brunette) Harlan is making preparation to join daughter, Martha,-* in Memphis, from where they will fly to Jamaica and Cuba for a vacation in the southern climes. They plan to leave Memphis Wednesday on the flight. spend tomorrow evening at the chapter house for they are invited to attend initiation at-6 o'clock and the banquet which will follow. Pledges to be initiated are Delores Clark -svho hails from Texarkana, Georgia Doty, Marked Tree, Ouida Ferguson, Texarkana Patty Jackson, El Dorado, Patsy Kidd, England, Sarah Priddy, Russellviile; Sandra Taylor, Oil Trough- Carolyn Smith, Van Buren; Anne Singer Little Rock- Pat Warren, Little Rock; Arra Glen Wells also of Little Rock. Endorsed for president of the Slate Federation of Women's Clubs by (he Northwest Arkansas District of F.W.C., Mrs. W. E. N. Phillips is now visiting the. district conventions of F.W.C., throughout the state. She will return home in about a week for a breather before going'to Little Rock fo'r the stale convention, April 7, 8, 'and 9, at which time she is expected to accept office. Mrs. Phillips has served in every office in the state federation except secretary, which she did not.hold, going from treasurer to the Vice-presidency. She was endorsed for her qualifications in busi- iness ability, industry, integrity, and effiqiency. She has traveled extensively and is speaking on the highlights of her world tours, while attending the district conventions. Another distinction for our city was the election of Mrs. E. L. Romans as district president of F.W.C. Here again qualifications run high. Candlelight 'Service Held . Mrs. David (Feriba) McNair and son, Malcolm, will be guests in the home of her brother,'Dr. W. F. Thomas, Jr., in Tulsa this next week. A word from the Army is that Major Louis B. Wantuck reported Tuesday at Camp Stoneman, Calif., where he expects to remain for a few days before leaving for^overseas duty in the Far East. Hjs wife, Lena, will stay.in Santa Barbara with relatives until arrangements are made for her to join her husband. -- Maj. and Mrs. John Philbeck and children, Martha and Tommy Moris, are in Fayetteville 'with the major's mother, Mrs. John W. Philbeck: He has been assigned to overseas duty as public safety officer with the Military Government and will report at .-Seattle, Wash., March 31. Mrs-. Philbeck and children will remain here. -'Â·" Full Schedule Of Concerts For U. A. The C i n c i n n a t i Symphony Orchestra will give the first concert to. be presented at the University during the month of March. The concert, to be given under joint sponsorship of. the University ;md the Fayetteville Community Mrs Jfewarf Complimented At Kitchen Shower Â· A kitchen shower, complimenting Mrs. Terry Stewart, the former Miss Koselynn Baker, was given TbursdrV night by Misses Concert Association, is scheduled j Pati ^ Thompson and Monln Rob- for March 14, at 8 p. in. In addition, the University's department of music will present four concerts during March. Digby Bell, instructor of piano, and Sue Green, violinist, will he heard in a sonata program at 8 p. m.. March 20. A chamber music program featuring the piano is slated for 4 !i m., March 23. Dr. Bruce Ben- ivard, associate professor of music, will be pianist. Others who will erts at the Roberts home. Assisting the hostesses were Mrs. Jack Roberts and Mrs. Ly- ! Miss Davidson Engaged To Thomas R. O'Meara, Jr. f dock man Thompson. Coffee and cake were served fo !" n ' ssc j!'. the 30 guests, from the d i n i n g - t a - ' Mrs. Tom Pearson, Jr.--Photo by Puska Miss Alice Paddock Weds Charles Thomas Pearson, Jr. The marriage of Alice Ann Pad- Halhcoi-k. Mrs. .lamps Younkin ble. centered with an arrange- participate in the chamber mwic Ev( ,j yn Mo| . g .; n a n d program are Roger Widder, oboist; ment of f r u i t and vegetables. Guests included the mother of the bride, Mrs. Virgil Baker, and mother of the bridegroom, Mrs. Jack Stewart. Game prizes were won by Miss Lor- daughtcr of Mr. and Mrs. was in charge of t h e bride's book 'addock, and Charles I Mrs. Joe Hates. Mrs. Halph Pearson, Jr., son of Pinkerton, Mrs. Guv Plnkcrl"" Charles Thomas Pearson and 11 Up this week from Little Rock were Fred Prioleau and Ann Ferguson, for a drop-in at the home. of Bob and Julia Ann McKinney. The occasion was Tom and Alice (Paddock) Pearson's wedding yesterday afternoon. Others in the McKinney home for the evening were Chris and Dusty Rhodes, Carolyn Sue! ""; PTMs r jÂ»nK will be given in the t i l l , r. , r\ y^t AHs Cpnfnr Cnnpnt-t T-*!]ll Ttin Hatncock end Ira Parsons and Peggy and Charlie Crockett. -- Just returned from two months in Mazatlan, Sinaloa, 'Mexico, are the 0. A. Jennings, who on the return trip stopped to visit in Texas and Priscilla Parson, ccllisl; and Sue : Iroen, violinist. The music department will prc- scnl the University of Missouri Siring Quarlct in a concert al 8 i. m., March 27. Kcnnelh ft. Osbornc, chairman of the Division of Fine and Applied Arts and head of the music department, will give the second of a series of spring semester or- gan.recitals at 4 p. m., March 30. Except for the Cincinnali Symphony Orchestra concert, all of Â· f rainn Mason. Arts Center Concert Hall. The symphony orchestra will 'be heard in the Field House. K. E. Moss Reports On Oklahoma. Â·-- An honored quest in Fayetteville this! i nrn i c or ,,:,- Q next week will be .William G. Pollard of Oak Ridge, -service Tenn., who is director of nuclear studies there. Mr. Pollard will be a dinner guest tomorrow of the Lambda K - E - MOSS, field rcprcsenta- ' this /-i - . ., i , , ~ r , i i -wn.uii.ib w a s ni raycuevnie mis i_ms at the chapter house. -- expected to arrive Mon- week in the inierest of ihc sen-- day are the Rev.- and Mrs. Roger Blanchard of Green- icc Pr Â°K''am which the local com- wich, Conn., who will be guests of the Rev. and Mrs. ^M^M^T '"' " Marius J. Lindloff. Mr. Blanchard is here on a tour I pleased wi of colleges from the East to the West Coast, in connection with his work as executive secretary for College Work in the Episcopal Church. mittee is rendering. Mi-. Moss staled lhat he is well eased with the amount of good that is being done by the local committee under the leadership ot the Kev. James Butler, Mrs. Dwight M. Moore and others of the local committee. This work . . ,,, . , , ... , , consists of assisting with helping A supper and party, Western Style, W i l l be t h e ; to met emergency welfare needs next entertainment for members of the Northwest | o f people in distress ihai cannot Arkansas Riding Club. The Volney Parkers are the !rue a To S TMMoLÂ°re"uiSnT'regu- S hospitable ones, for this affair is siated to be at their .- . . home on Greathouse Springs Road. Everyone will come in Western or square dance togs, and following the supper at 6:30 o'clock next Saturday, there w i l l j o f the committee is voluntary. be a full evening of entertainment. Since this is forj,^TM^ "Â«*';__ L G ', the adult members only, there will soon be a ride and picnic for the junior group. Walker Honored On Sixth Birthday Mrs. Bryan Walker entertained yesterday afternoon in honor of the sixth birthday of her daughter, Suzy. Those who attended the party, given at the Walker home, were: Jane and Janet Kemp, Connie Lee Bridenthal, Turnsie Sanford. Mr.kii Atha, Mnvtha Morrow, Mnry, Anno and Joe Roy Cnmp- bcll, Diane aftd Donald Lee Pumphrey, Jacquiin. Robert, Roger. Randy and Kicky Sanders, and adults, Mrs. Luther Kemp, Mrs. Will in m Sanders. Mrs. Tom Rrl- dcnthal, Mrs. Polly Graham, Mrs. Sam Morrow, Mrs. Ewinft Pum- phrcy and Mrs. James Fletcher Guests were served refreshments of icc cream, birthday cake and nuts. Favors of balloons, cnndy and plastic toys were received by each child. African Art Exhibit Shown At University An African Art exhibit is on i view in Ihc Arts Center gallery. A gallery tour, with a panel discussion of the' exhibit, is sclicd- i uled for 3 p.m. Sunday, March fl.' Participants in the forum discus- iale Mrs. Doris Pearson, was solemnized al 4 o'clock in the afternoon, yesterday at the Central Methodist Church. The licv. William Miss Carol Davidson--Bob's Photo Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Davidson | Mr. O'Meara received the idc- nmiouiicc the engagement and ap- i greet of Bachelor of Science and proachliiR marriage of their daugh- Muster nf Science from the Colter. Carol, to Thomas ricllly ' O'Mcara, Jr., :;on of Mrs. Linn Hickimm of Ormond Beach, Tin,, formerly of Kansas City. Mo., and (he late Thomas ricilly O'Mcara lc;;c of Engineering of the University of Illinois where he Is now an assistant jn the electrical glnooriiiB department, while completing work on the Doctor.-of Philosophy degree. '."" During the Second Wprld War of Kansas City, Miss Davidson was Rnidiintcd - ............................... t ...... from the University etas:: ,,r la.n. | the prospective brldcgroom-Â«cw- aml. Mi-s. Earl n.vess received, in w ! th " Bachelor of A r t s degree ' CL. with tin Ariny in the European the 'ball on the H-eon'l lluor, where ! ttlln '"8" honors. Khe is now al- i theatre. Me Is a member of Comma the wedding gifts were displayed.! tending Ihc University of Illinois ! Alpha fraternity. In the (lining room the table 'was Xrhool of Library Sdcncc. She The wedding, which will be. a .......... "' -'" ----------- " ' " " covered with a white linen cloth of F. Cooler, I t a l i a n cut work with inserts of superintendent of the FayeltcviHc i I'"'" 1 do Venice lace, and was ecu- District of the Methodist Church, tol 'Â«l with tall silver c.-imli'labia officiated at the double ring cere-1 holding w h i l e candles. The tiered . , . I" n member of Phi Ijclii Kappa, very quiet one because of Illness Phi Alpha Tlieta, and Lambda i in the bride-elect's family, is Tail. i planned for early June. mony, before an a i t a r banked w i t h wedding calte was surrounded Mrr VA/alfnr fÂ«lr fern, baskets of calla lilies, g l a d i o l i ! with white carnations and an or- I'll). V V u l l C l LUlC and lighted candelabra. raugcincnl of white flowers ornn- I . New President Of Chapter 5,P.E.O. Organ music was played by ""'"""' the buffet. Mrs. Roy Simpson, who also ac* [ Those who serve;] were Mrs. companicd George Gparhart, who Homer Pearson. Mrs. J. \V. Plnker- sang "O Promise Ml!" and "The MÂ°". Mrs. George Mlmnicr of Lord's Prayer." The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of ivory Paris, Ark., Mrs. Charles T, Pearson, Mrs. Onllin:; G n l b b nf McCook. Neb., and Mrs. Charles satin fashioned with a cathedral Grubb "f Hammond. 1ml. lating their funds. The Salvation train and buttoned down the back, 't'be fitted bodice was trimmed with a deep yoke of lace which extended around the back and across the sleeves, coming to a point at the waist line in front. Her nylon illusion veil hung from a Juliet cap of satin which, was trimmed wilh pearl's. She carried Chapter s of P.K.O. Sisterhood Others assisting in the d i n i n g i Mrs. room were Mrs. Rny Itobcils, Mrs H. C. Wniy, Mrs. Wi-hb Williams. Mrs. Loycc llathcock..Mrs. Sidney I3enlon, Mrs. J. (.'. Gk'iison, Miss V i r g i n i a HocnvagcMi, Mis:; Ann Wifigans and Mrs. Robert M c K i n - met Thursday at the Scmneman home of North Announcements eft Country Club Family Night . Family Nlsht at the Country Club has been cancelled f o r ' t o night, because of the basket- bull tournament ot the University. It will be held next Saturday night at the usual time. Mrs. College Avenue, for election of ,. , ... , ,,, . lams, 1 officers. Modern Literature Club ' The "couple Ml immediately nfler the reception for a short trip, aTlcr which they w i l l be at homo at fi Fast Trenton Uoulevard. a bouquet of gardenias and lilics- of-lhe-valley. Miss Caroline Sue Hathcnck,. maid of honor, and Mrs. Wiley I For travel tHe bride wore a spring Murrell of M o u n t a i n Home, matron j suit with skirt of navy hluo gab- of honor, wore gowns of light blue j ardine nnd a checker! coat. Her nylon net Irimnicd in self colored accessories were in navy and she satin. They wore light blue net wore an orchid enrs:ige. mils and matching hats of horse-1 hair braid, and carried bouquets of King Alfred jonquils Miss Uianne. Grubb of McCook, Neb., j r i i Â· A Â« cousin of the bride, was junior j t n F 6 n d i n At bridesmaid. She was gowned in yellow ncl trimmed in yellow n, . i. , i , ., , ,,, i The .Modern Literature Club Ihose elected and their off Ices j W I M are: Mrs. Walter Cole, president; Mrs. Allen Heynolds, vicc-prcM- dent; Mrs. Oliver cnrdinj; secretary, Phillips, rc- Mm. Marlon satin and wore matching mils and a hat of yellow horsehair braid. She also carried King A l f r e d omiuils. James Heersvagen served the iridegroom as best man. Ushers loc . k wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Pinkerton en- ' tertained 1,-uil evening w i t h a d i n - Â· ' ner party al their home on lUish ' Drive in honor of out of town i guests, here for Ihe Pcarson-Pad- be L,ynn Howard, archaeologist and assistant curator of the University Museum; John r, sculptor; and Edgar Foyetteville olumnoe of Zeta Tau Alpha may Army is a member agency of I A. Albin, painter and art his- the local Community Chest a n d : torian. They will discuss various aspects of. African art and its in fluence on contemporary art forms. Many of the rJIcccs shown in the exhibit are old, and some arc reccnl. Included are some of the less well known types of A f r i c a n work 4n Norlhwest Arkansas, has been compelled lo resign from (his work due to his h e a l t h , Mr. Moss said. art. were .lames Bethel. Hessic Browning, Frank Gill of Fort Smilh, George Minmier, cousin of the bridegroom, and Thomas Wood of Paris, Ark. Following the ceremony, a re- ccplion was held at the home of the brides' parents nn Cleveland Avenue. The bridal party received the guests in the living room. Those assisting in the living room , were Mrs. Walter Ilarlachcr o f ! Fort Collins, Colo., Mrs. Henry Holz, Mrs. George Stocker, Mrs. George Branlgan and Mrs. Alfred Guests were Mr. and Mrs. WasKon, corresponding secretary. Mrs.'George Brnnignn, chnplain; Mrs. Halph Goff, Jr., gum I i i M a l h r l l o n of officers ducted ly Mrs. Henry Kronenberg, followed the election and delegates were .appointed for the stale I'.K.O. Convention lo be held in Fort Smilh, May 2-3. They are Mrs. Cole and Mis. Heynolds. Alternates are Mrs. Kroncnberg nnd Mrs. V. A, Tansey. / .F.Vv / . Dislnct Meet o Be Held Sunday The district meeting of Ihe Vel- erans of Foreign Wars be George Minmier and sons, George, held this Sunday instead of March Jr.. and Jim, Mr.-i. Lamar Cox, Mr. l o t h , as previously announced. Th- and Mrs. Tom Woods, all of 1',-iri. Ark., and Mrs. J. W. Pinkcrton, of Fayetteville. quarterly meeting will be held with the lloward-l'arrish I'ost OS.'M at Decatur. beginning al 2 p. in. .vill mcel Tuesday with Mrs. Ed- ;\t WcrthoirnT Mrs'. J. E. Vaile will bo program leader. First Assembly of God Church .The.Rev. F, C. Cornell will continue lo conduct revival services tills coming week at the first Assembly of God Church. Â·' Dinner In Served fioBcra-fbpocial) - Ninety persons were served dinner at the Vuighn gym last night by women of the Mason Valley community is one of ;i series of Rood neigh- dinners sponsored by .the iogers Chamber of Commerce. Ed 'ackson was master of ceremonies. Norma's Beauty Shop SALE 50% OFF Cold Wovt It Michin. tiO for SS-S1S (or Â»7.5Â« lit for 911 r..Â» cut si ' cxi m 121 W. MMllllill Club Is Organized Members of the newly organized Mothers and Wives Club of Phi Delia Thcla arc shown above (left to rlsht) Mrs. Lelnnd Hryan, Mrs. F. N. Gordon, Airs. Alex Cnvuii, Mrs. Koberl Arndt Mrs' Charles Cross, Mrs, Horace J. Smllh of Sprlngdnle, Mrs, A. II. Ilnlhiwk, and Mrs. J. J. Neil of Lowell Mrs. Gordon wns eleclcd president, and Mrs. A r n d l , secretary. Olhcr Ftiyctlcvlllo member! nre Mrs] Jo* Bates, Mrs. Chester KoLlnson, Mrs, James Spares, Â«nd Mrs. Herbert Thomas,--I'uska TIMKSFOTO THE REGAL PATTERN In 1936 millions ol British sub- jects around the world cheered and celebrated the coronation of a new monarch, King Edward V I I I ol England. This was the year Gorham introduced "King Edward"*. A richly ornamented pattern, "King Edward" has clcmlcr handles, the li|is o[ which curve forward in the best manner ol French dctign. The detailed decoration, appearing on the backs as well as the frontfi of the piece*, is ahnoM as colorful as the corona- tion ceremony ilsclf. Sec this regal pattcin nt our btore soon. I'.S. A r k lo *re the exclusive Coiliani Sidling onr-jiiccc, dent* rrsi-.tant knife handle. MARCH lastemark l Ice Cream Tastcmark Almond Toffee . * * Â· Ice Cream has been usteJ, . " ' Â» -- Â» tested and approved by the famous Tastcmaik * Â· , Â· llomemakers Pjncl. Steal a march on Spring w i t h this brisk, liappy flavor-of- (lie-month -Tastcmark A l m o n d To/Tee Ice Cream. It lias t h a t 'I'mltmark kiiul of extra-delicious smoothness... just riylit to cliarm the family "lion" anil please all [lie l i t t l t iambs! Take home enough today.