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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 11, 1952
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ArfcMMt TwMtey, March 11, 1«J Personals ' ' V Mr, 'and Mrs. Paul Wilcox and jMr, ind Mrs. Wade Hester visited 'friend* Sunday at the Booncville Sanatorium. £· Miss Haltle-May Butterfield of ' ; fort Srr.llh wag one of several '"from Fort Smith 'who attended '·the Iturbi piano concert last night ·at the University. -? Word'has been received here '"by Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wnntuck ; lhat their snn, Ma). Louis B. Wan'- tuck, left this. morning by plane : from Snn Francisco, for ;'\Tokyo, Japnn, where he will serve .'.8,1 public Informatloii officer. - r Cpl. and Mrs. Robert I.. Scllc .'and children, Robert 1,.. Jr., ami *'Marilynn,*.'hnvo moved to Omp Polk, La., whore Corporal Stile has been-reassigned to service nl -(or t year in. Korea with the (13(11 ' Rational Guard Unit, a'nd-after 3 '; rlavg furlough here w i t h Ihelr par .cnts, Mr. nnd Mrs." Clyde " " and Mrs. Ruby l.ollar. Returning wilh Mr. nnd Mr. 'Proton Woodruff and MJ-S. Wood · ruff's brolhciv Kretl W. H u n t , from ·:-Tor( Smith this evening arc Mr -and Mrs. Jack 1. Mills of Cam paign,' 111, and Mr. and - Mrs .'Richard M. Carter of Little Rock "and their families. They will b fucsts of tile Woodruffs. ·J Among the large group of out "of-to\vri residents here fur thi ·iplano concert bv Jose and Ampsro ; Jturbl last night at the Unlvcndlj "were Hugh Park and his son from -Van 'Buren. Mr. Paris Is publish ,-«r of the Van Burcn Press-Argus. v' Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Eoff nf 720 ; 'iDouglas Street, had as their wcek- 'rnd guests, their sons-in-law, and ^daughters, Mr. and Mrs. li. S ·^Jjeonard and Mr. and Mrs, Lcc K ; ; Evlns all.of Little Rock. Mr. and .·/Mrs. Eoff and Mr. and Mrs. Robert ii'G. Lconaul and their daughter, '-.Nancy K., visited Eoff's son, How- · »rd Eoff, Sunday In -Rogers ·cheduled to meet Wednesday, has canceled the meeting and will meet next on April ». Allrusa Club The March · business luncheon ...e«tlng of Allrusa, will be held Thursday noon at 12 o'clock, In the Blue Mill dining room. Public Lecture p r . - K e n n e t h G. Orr, visiting professor at the University, will give a public lecture on "Sland- irds of Living in Southeast Asia", tonight at 8 o'clock In the game'room o f ' t h e Student U.-.lon. This is this second nf a series of four lectures scheduled for fti'.er- natc Tuesday evening. 1 ; fin the general topic of "Anthropological Observations on the Road In Mandalay." The lecture- will be illustrated with mnvloi "" Is Invited. 'Announcements · ' VA Diilafftrs '·(· Meetings of the VA'Dlslaffers \ have been cancelled until f u r t h e r ' -'notice, berause of redecorating · .;;'facing done at the VA Nurses ;,Homo. · Democratic Woman's Club ; 5- The Democratic Women's Club, 2 YEAR ROSE BUSHES 55c Crkter Bros. Nursery GREENLAND. ARK. The (funeral public , Club Wednesday C l u b will meet to- morrnw at (he home of Mrs. J a y Fulhrlght, on Ml. Nord at 1 p. m. Tin! Preibyterian Dinner And Meeting The a n n u a l congregational dinner and meeting of the Fii-.'it Presbyterian Church will be held tomorrow evening at fl o'clock In the church. Cloverlcnl Club .Mrs. R. K. Ellin, ( I I S Wall Street, will entertain members of the Cloverleaf Club with I o'clock covered-dish luncheon tomorrow afternoon. Pre.School P.T.A. Matting The March meeting of (he Pre- Seliool P.T.A. will be held this evening at 7:30 o'clock at Washington School. Pupils of Mrs. Sue Wood's Kindergarten will provide entertainment, and Mls.s Catherine McJIugh will demonstralc music nstructlon for the pre-schnol child. Parents of pre-school children of the city arc invited to the meeting. MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL Handle Me With Care Bobies, to bi happy and healthy need the best in tart -- a» do everyone »!»· in your family. At the firil ilgn of illnisi bo sure lo call on your doctor. And for drug care be jure lo coll our pharmacy. Collie* 00 W. Dickton. Phone 3000 Washington School P.T.A. Washington School P.T.A. will io]d its regular Thursday mecl- ng at 7:30 o'clock In the school auditorium. Virgil Blossom, superintendent of schodls, will bo irinelplc speaker w i l h the subject, 'Lets Look Al Our Schools." This vill illuminate, education prob- cms which have been solved and iiture problems, in a comprehen- ive survey of our school system, 'lie program will be directed by Mrs. William Coolcy and will be jrcsentcri In honor of Girl Scout Week. Mrel EHIs Shelton w i l l give the devotional. The executive meeting and study group are post- loncd until the April meeting. fnlv«rslly Women't Club The University Women's Club vlll meet Friday at 3 p. m. , in the Faculty Club. The hostess group vlll be formed of the College of Pharmacy, the department of illllary science nnd tactics and le .Air Coi-ps R.O.T.C. Foreign tudcnts will be presented In a mind-tunic discussion with Miss Iclcn Hughes, assistant In public elation; at the University, as moderator. There will be,, a tny »howcr for the Veteran's nursery. Members having suitable toys, books or records are asked to bring them to the meeting. Southern Memorial Association TheSouthcrn Memorial Associa-' tflon Tyfil meet with Miss Rowena Galloway, C20 West Maple Street. 'Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Public Ltctun The American Chemical Society and Sigma Xi will sponsor a lecture Thursday evening at 8 o'clock In Room 13. Chemistry Building at .the University, by Dr. Henry Eyrlng. dean of the Graduate School of the University of Utah. Dr. Eyrlng will speak im "Rale Theory 1 ' Applied to Biological Processes." Chennault Denies He Will Run For Senate Talpeli, Formosa - (/!').- Retired Ma). Gen. Claire L. Chennault, wartime commander of the Flying Tigers, leaves tomorrow for a three-months visit to the United States. He denied reports published in Chinese newspapers he intended to rim for U. S. senator in Louisiana, Mortgaged Property Included In Ickes' Will Rockvillc, Md,-(/lVl'hc will of Hnrold L. Ickes, except for specific bequests, leavi-s $80,048 personal properly, and Illinois real estate mortgaged at $270.000 to his widow and eldest son. Ickes, former secretary of (he interior, lied February 3. The court papers istcd personal debls totaling $·)!,- IVImls Disrupt Lines Dolhan, Al.i.-W)-T u 1 c p h o n e nd power lines were knocked ut here last night by winds of H miles an hour. There were no n o u n casualties. Blooms Up to 1 Foot Wide GIANT DAHLIAS Widt Variety of Colors Specio/-by-Mo/; 0 25' " KHVM eo. IS l*r SI) H «r S2.M) - ..-...,,' never Krown -..··.«i* iicforr you'll UP! rxhlltl- pi:s f S;S K' i"."TM"' ''I 0 "" W h i l e , Mf- Chant'lnV' MlmTT'f.'nt" " Cat " IMI ·laamlmnii, in. Cincinnati Symphony To Appear In Field House The Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, one of America's leading orchestras, will be presented In concert nl the University Kleld House Friday at ' p. m. The appearance will bo undor joint auspices of the University and the i'ayoltcvillc .CrilnmunUy Concert Association. Thor Johnspn '1 music director of the group. Compodllions by Mozart, Charles Urlffcn, lllndemlth, and Berlioz arc programmed for the Fayoltc- ville concert. In the cuursi- of its existence, the Cincinnati Sym- phnny Orchestra has amassed an extensive and widely representative repertoire. H has performed ipproxlmatcly ,'1,00(1 Compositions from the p«ni of 650 o{ the world'a most distinguished composers, The 85-membtr orchestra fives around 100 concerts each season, planned for all types of concert- goers. Obituary John A. Sullivan Funeral service for John A. Sullivan, 52, retired merchant, postmaster, and teacher, was conducted yesterday afternoon In the Watson Mortuary by Guy W. Couch, minister of the Church of Christ. Burial- was in Fair'view cemetery. Active pallbearers were Raymond Loguc, Edward W. Logue, Eugene A. Loguo, .Carl Logue, Paul Loguc, and Hal Shnfncr. Hon- orary pallbearcra w e r e Allen Strain, Will strain, . Odt Wood, Wallace Shofher, Ernest McGuire, Hugh Miller, Dave Wilson, Harve Strmiflcld, Hay Parker, Raymond Hay, Turner Miller, Leonard Logue, and F. M. Wright. Mn. Floyd Ferguson Mrs, Floyd 'Ferguson, 70, the former Miss Mary Louise Wyatt, died Saturday in Los Angeles, Calif. She Is survived by her husband; two brothers, James E, Wyatt of West Fork and William E. Wyatt of Gary', Ind.; five sisters, Mrs. M. S. Berry of Fayette- villc, and Mrs. H. A. Warner of Srownsvllic, Texas, Mrs. Effie Selfridge of Dallas, Mrs. Sarah Webb of Siloam Springs and Mrs. J. C. Chapman of Mounds. Okla. Funeral arrangements will be I announced by tht Wataon Mortuary. . ---- MJu twmmm tM^mt* "··· tnnB IfWrW Funeral acr'viccs were held yesterday morning at St. John's Catholic Church in Bartlesville, Okla., for Miss Irene Marie Crate, sister of Mrs. T. C. Carlson of Fayettevillc. Miss Crate died in Barllesvilie Saturday after an illness of several weeks. She had been' a resident of Bartlesville since 1920, and was associated with the Phillips Petroleum Company sales and marketing division. She was a member of Jane Phillips sorority and of Si. John's Church. A Rosary was said Sunday evening in the memory chapel of the Arnold Moore Funeral Residence. Burial was in White Rose cemetery. In addition to her tislcr, Mr«. Carlson, Miss Crate Is survived by four nieces and nephews, and an aunt. Ralph Austin Ruby Prairie Grove -(Spcclal)-Ralph Austin Ruby, 54, resident of Farminglon, died at his home last night. He Is survived by his wife, Ida; three daughters; Mrs. Edith . Marie Keen, Mrs. Mary Tyrec, 'joth of Farminglon, Mi:s Gail Ruby of the home; one brother, K. D. Ruby of Washington State; one sinter, Mrs. Hester Nellson of Boone, Colo. Funeral services with arrangements in charge of Luginbuc] Funeral Home, are incomplete. Mn. Signora Kent Turentlnt Rogers-(Special )-Mrs. bignora Kent Turentine, 77, died .yester- day at her home on Rogers Route 2. She Had been · resident of Texas until two month! ago when she moved to B?nton County. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Mabel Nash of Refers, Mrs. Anna Atkinson of Kirkland, Texas; Mrs. Bertha Drummond of Wellington, Texas, and Mrs. Dorothy Lively of Fort Worth, TLXSS; four sons, J. C. Turentine nf Rogers, W. H. Turentine of 'Amarillo, Texas, and M. T. Turentine and T, M. Turrentine, both of Kirkiand; one sister, Mrs. "jy Walls of Washington, D. C., -:id one brother, N. A. Ken!, i.lso of Washington. The body will be returned to Uhildress, Texas, for servlces_and urial. 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