Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 11, 1952 · Page 2
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March 11, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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MRS. KATHIKN DOZIER IIIIIIIIIIIIHHIIIfllllMlllllllllllllllllllliiiititlliJIllllillllllllMltlMMIIMMIIIIIIIIII · Daily Calendar of Events · fom]ht . . , OrdirCH Rainbow For Girin, Masonic Hal), 6:3(1 (aval-Hiterve Comporlte Unit, F.sson Building, 7-00 iub Ucb Club, Sug Cale, 7:00 5. A.-'VyLegion Hut, 7:30 ·'. F.W,.'Auxiliary, Civic Clubronm, 7..M " ,'06th.Milllary Government Group, 112H Wett Center 7:30 'r«-Seheol P.TiA., Washington School, 7:30 ' iebeklnr Lodge, IOOF Hall, 8:00 . . . . Wegndsday . , , !xchari|e Club, Ferguson's, 12. 'aycttevllle Garden Club, Mrs, Halph Barnhart, 12:45. Vednesday Club, Mrs. Jay Fulbrlght, I, rewi-dmers Club, Wonicni Civic Clubrooms, 1:30, iee Gee Club, 4. ''Irst Presbyterian Hinner-Mecllng, Church. B. {aval Reserve -Electronic Company, 8-B Drill, Eason Building 7 ella Sigma, Hugh Kinciiid 7;'3(l. lappa'Alpha Phi 45 East Hock Street, 7:30. °!1 Volunteer Air Force Reserve Training Squadron, UA Military 7:30. · · iMVETS, Courthouse, 7:45. ·O.O.F,, IOOF.Hall, B, .'ulJO'OW703:rOetaoin shrdlu c'mfwyp vbgksj eluonl shrdlucrnfwyvb Wid In Home Ceremony Miss Lorane Mason is Bride Of : oc Wayne Walsh Rogers, Ark., (Special ) - T h incluary ol. Central Methodls hurch-'wai the scene Thursday venlni.of the marriage of Mis Jinnt Mason of Fayettevllle and IM Wayne Wilsh of Rogers, The lev. ;Vfrn,on'Chalfont r«id tb louble'Tint, service before «n «'!· ar Illumined on either side b: 'jhted candles. Mr, and Mrs, Jameij Walsh rothw'and sister-in-law of the ridefroom, nerved the young . ouplt tat best man and matron t honor. Mri,' Walsh It. the daurhter ol , Ir. and Mrs. Monroe Mason, and .fr. \ynlih l the iion of Mr, and vlrs, Charles Walsh ; of .Rogers The bride Is a freshman at the Jniverslty, and the bridegroom It i junior at the? University. Mrs. .V.alah is a graitualc of Fa'yettii- .'Ille tjigh school,' where she ;ervtd as basketball queen In her senior year. She' was a member of Die National Honor Society thrauihout her high achoo! years. Sht Is majoring in home economic!. The bridegroom .Is a grad- lat* of, Stamford, Texas high chool and lettered last year at be University, where Mr. and 'In. Walih will continue their ·hool work. vloorc-Richardson /dws', Coffee and cold drinks will be I served. The lalcnt show w i l l ' be ! composed of nil student talent, i Auctioneers for 'the evening wi be Hoy Cole and Bill Morris. .This will be a benefit with tl proceeds to go for new stage cu: lains, and the public is invited. Springdaie'Has District Meet Of Pharmacists Prairlt Grove - (Special) - Miss :««ul«h Richardson ol Sprlngdale md Beryl Moore of Prairl ov«, .'were married Sunda; tiornlni at th« Prenbyterian nanie by the. Rev. 0. C,.-Bldwcll Tht tingle ring ceremony wa ised. For her wedding 1he"brldi · vore a gray lull with cardinal'Jie ·fsmrif j. She carried' a coreagtJo pring (lowers, i 1 Mist.Barbara -MurKtaffa, the rlde't only attendant, wore 'ress of jonquil crepe. Homer Vatts served as best man. Follow- ng'the ceremony the couple left or Sprlngdale, where they were 'Inner guests of the bride's par- nts, Mr. and Mrf, Richardson lie couple will be at home In rslrle Grove. ?fferson P.T.A, Plans olent Show, Pie-Supper Jefferson School P.T.A. .. will ·onsor a pie-supper ' and talent .ow Thursday. evening «t 7:3(1 'clock. Women bring the pies «nd '0 men bring the pockctbooks. Cakes lor the prettiett girl and le ugliest boy will, be offered. Normi's Beiuty Shop SALE 50% OFF Cold Ware k Machlna III tar IHll I,, IT.H «M fw |U *"*· e 8.»L _ ··" m 111 W. MMmtMii District One of tht Arkansa 'harmaccullcal Association me last night In Sprlncdale at' th Mitchln' Pnsl. The district com loscd of Madison, Bcnton an Washington counties, was repre scnted at this meeting with 5 leople Including -wives of t h pharmacists, Glenn Rlckells ircsldcnt of Ihc state association and 0. L. Dailcy, ,lr,, secretary manager of the association, fror Little Rock. Principle topics of discus.sioi nclude'd p l a n n l n R of the annua ihyslclans and pharmacists picnl o be held «t Lake Wcdlngloi ome time In July. All physician: f Northwest Arkansas will bi uests of Ihe pharmacists of' thi 'orthwesl district. Plans were alst announced for the annual stale convention lo be held In Little Rock In May., Phi Delta Theta Party 15iveiiiWiofi : Ne8l Hole Phi Del.la Thela, social fraternity, entertained with Its a n n u a l chicken roast at Ihe home of Bob Ncal o'f Lowell Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock/ About 30 couples attended the outing with Mrs. Alex Cavin, housemother, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob rArndt as chaperons. Jim" Emery, social chairman, was in charge of arransomcnts. Second Performance Of'UA Play Tonight The second performance of "A Phoenix Too Frequently" by Christopher Fry, will be presented by the National Collegiate Players at vnom 212 B of Ol Main, tonight »t 8 p. m. Fry, is one of Ensland's lead ing contemporary writers. H works, have been compared t nastcrs. Three of his plays h»v appeared on^Broadway. 'A Phoenix fob Frcquehtlj vas taken from an old-Latin tal The scenes build up to H pla which Is chiefly a play nn word 'he cast Is composed of Jack Siii of Fayettevllle, Madly Vllklnson of · Fayctteville an Lynn Carruth of Charleston. This play. Is the first in a serle f short experimental plays to b Iven by the National Collcglat 'layers and an Informal- discus Ion of t h e ' p l a y 'will follow .the reduction. . . . . ' · . There is no admission charge;. Mr. And Mrs. Carlton Mho'on-Photo B/ Pat Individually Tailored From The Cloth YOU Choose. In the Style YOU Prefer. Miss I'nlsy Curry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Curry of Springdale, was married Tucs.lay lo Carl- Ion Mhoon, son of Mr. and .Mrs. Ilimmle Mhopn of Fayettevillc, at the home of his parents. Officiating at Ihe ccrcinohy wac the Hcv. George Dockery. The bride wore a blue dress with orchid accessories and while car- wtion corsage. Her moiher chose for the wedding a gray .frock and lilnlt accessories. She wore a pink carnation corsage. Mrs. Mhoon was dressed In navy blue and winter nation corsage. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Eddy, Curry, brother and sister- in-law of the bride. Immediately following the wedding,.^ reception was held, at the home,- with Mrs. Robert Mhoon receiving at the. door. Gucsls were Mrs, .Flint Mhoon, Mr..and Mrs. E u l i c 'Mhoon, -Mrs. Dockery and Mr. and Mrs: Roy Curry of Springdale. ' Mr. Mhoon is a graduate of Fay- ctteville High. School and attended the · University before going into Ihe Navy. Mrs. Mhoon is now at- For Normal Driving-ft I les with whhe far-1 tending SprlMd.l, Hi "h Sehii! 750 Join Concert Group; Tentative 'rogram Revealed The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, n chorus, violinist . nnd ilanisl will appear at the Unlvcr- lly d u r i n g the '11152-53 concert oasnn. under auspices of the Uni- ·crslly nnd tho Faycllevillc Cnm- nunlly Concert Association. The program was announbcd nt ic close of the. a n n u a l mcir.ber- hlp campaign of the concert as^ nclation. Harry E. Shtiltz, nresi- cnl, termed the campaign the nost successful In the scvcn-ycnr Istory of the organization. About 60 members joined the group. 'The."symphony orchestra will e hoard in December. Other art- Is, nnd the tentative dates for icir concerts, are: DePaur In- antry Choi-us, composed of 35 v-GJs, February; Aldo Clccolini, anist, who has played with ma- ir orchestras and won a series prizes In Italy nnd France, No- vember; i.nd Ossy Henardy, vien- nose-born violinist, who has appeared as solosit here and abroad April, The final joint University-concert association concert of this season will he given Friday by I the Cinci.'.natl Symphony" Orchestra. U. A. Places Third In Debate, Tourney Participating for the first time, the University varsity debate squad placed third in the Southwest Conference debate tournament Saturday at Baylor University. Southern Methodist was first and Baylor was second among the seven school whlch'competed. . The Arkansas' squad participated for the first time. The Arkansas affirmative team, which won all its debates, was composed of Sam Sexton, Jr., Hot Springs, and Charles Jones, Fort Smith. Tho negative team was composed of Bill Prewett, Northtittlc Hock, ind Gene Worsham, Russellville. You cross over the boundary into another state --and there are the posted rules and regulations. Maybe the daytime limit for passenger can is forty-five -or "fifty-five." Or, maybe no limit at all ... just your own good common sense and the general rules of safety. · NVell, whatever' the legal limit, your Golden Anniversary Cadillac is going to "loaf"! Down under its hood is the most powerful engine ever used in a standard American passenger car. There's more power, there than you 11 ever need-except for emergency. . 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