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KAMAI , March 12, H5J . jfiii "t'.it). .;·;·· Uhf ·" i'' · J l r r i ' F-' f'!3 .""i IS *? · {"*' IttlllUIINIHIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIItlHIIIIIIIIIIIllMlllHlllllllllll oete · ? £ : ' ' · MIS. KATHLEEN DOZISI - tJ^IHHIIIIIMIHIIIIIiMllllllllillllllllllliiiiliilliIiliiiiMtllltllMllllllllltllllllllfllll · t : · Daily Calendar of Events · .. blnner-Mccting, Cliurdi, B. .-"^iv*!'Reserve. Electronic Company, fl-B Drill, Eason Building, 7. pelta : S'cm», Hugh Klncald, 7:30, -, KtPpsiAlphn Phi 1} East Rock Slrcet, 7:30. : 0841 Volunteer,Air Force. Reserve .Training Squadron, UA Military, AMVET5, Courthouse, 7:45. l3Gi.0.jy.lOQF Hall, .8, Thursday .'..-. Hilary :Club','Washington Hnlel, 12 Alirusa Business Luncheon, Blue Mill Dining Rnnm, 12 Porernial' Garden Club. Mrs, \V. B. Wall, J:30 AVnsliinjton School P.T.A., School Auditorium, 7:30 y.F.W. 106U- Went Ctmtcr. 7:30 ' · ' .- ' Far West Chapter One, R.A.M. Masonic Hall, .7:30 Kappa tfnppa Gammn Aluinnnc, Chapter House,,8 Arine Allbrighf Has Lead In Summer And Smoke Phlbh'5,' Stlllwaler, Okla., Archie Kramer. Sets .and costumes will bo by H. Preston Magruder. Miss Eleanor King in choreographer.. Joe Carrier, Kent Chicago, Ind.,- i s - in charge of lights, and George Campbell, Piggott, is in charge of sound. - · · · i The box office opened yesterday, and will be open through March' 22, from 1 to 5 p. m. on .-The cast of " S u m m e r and 'Smoke."-ihe Broadway hit from the pen of Pulllrer Prize dramatist, Tennessee Williams, has been weekdays, and from 9 a. m. to . . . . ,: -. _., .. 11 noon on SaturdayE. Mcscrva- enounced by V. L. Baker, direc- ,, n| . ^ b( , m£|de hy ,,,, hnn Wr.of the University Theater p'ro- j ng 2020, ductlon slated for March 14-22. Anne AilbrlRht,: Little ,-Itp.rk, \ylll portray the leading role of Alms Wlnemlllfr. Keith Vlnson- haltr. Little Rock, ·will be seen n» the yoUng'. doctor she loves. Her father,' the-Reverend AVincmlller, wilt be playcd-by Barron Co'ller, rayettevtllc. /Vlo:ander, Summers, will be Mrs. Wlncmiller. The cast Includes: Lois Mellor, El Dorado, «s Rosa Gpntelcs; Bar bira Bennett, . Fayeltevllle, as Nellie Ewell; Don Lbvcll, Springdale, us Roger Doramusl-Al Ha?*l- wood, Gurdbn, us Dr. John Btic- haniin, Sr,; Marjorle .Wood, Fny- etteville, as Mrs. Dassctt; Richard Lynch, Fort Smith, . » s . Vorn'on; Elilne Campbclli , Fayctlevlllc, Ho»em»ry; .Maurice .MqEiidrcc, Emporia, Kan., 'Dusty:'.. William F«il!a. Gould, Oon^alcs; and Paul Norm's Beauty fhop SALE 50% OFF Cold Wan fe Machln* IN Mr it-Ill tor t'.M IN »« |1« crt-n e«n ui Ul W. MMtnWll ,,. Mmt IIOHWITIS Chronic bronchltij miy develop If yjjiif couih, chest cold, or aculejrdncm|is. to not treated and you ciinnpt iltoid tn.Ukc a chance with iiny mnllcine leu pottrit than Crcnmuliioh which im rljhl to the (eat of tile trouble lo htlp looicnunil expel acrm laden phlegm and did nature lo looihc and deal raw, tender, Inflnmeil, bronchial membranei. CreomuUlon blends beechwood Creosote by specltl proctis wilh other time toiled medicine] for couilis. It cantaiu no nnrcotlcs. No (ntttlcr how many medicines you hsve tried, Crcomul«lon Is timrintetd lo pleaie you or druccist r e f u n d s money. Creomitlsion has itood the Into}manymillloniofusen. l A r t v l Farmer's Market 111 W. tinier. Phrtt* *3« CAR LOAD PRICES on FEED, SEED, FERTILIZERS and FIELD FENCING Check Our Garden Seeds and Lawn Grasses Before Buying Allan Gilberts Entertain At Dinnerparty Mr! and Mrs. A l l a n Gilbert, Jr., were hosts lh.«t/evening at a dinner for i)5 siitjsls, slvcn at the Country Club,. Feature of the dinner was a whole rmislcd plR with Ihc traditional 'apple In Its mmithi This was carved by Dr. Allan Gilbert, Sr. . Following the dinner, the cvo- ning*was spent in playing various card flames', fortune telling, and other entertainments. Girl Scouts Will Receive Radio Greetings Radio . and TV..programs will caj-ry. · birthday greetings' to, Girl ScpUts over; th'4'.riiitloi'i''(ftii'iriB' th'is aiinlvcr$iry ;wccki .Tpmqrtow evd- nlng-from 7:30 o'clock. Miulhu .IJiindcrgbst, executive director "of ·jl)|;t*)»'Angcle:S. Ojrr Chuncl!,-will lippijar-fls ;n -.c;onicst«ni'on .the 'De- 3pto^Pl.yrhot(th dealers "qulr. iiro- ijram,' : fcfttUrihR Orouuho Mavx, 16 be seen rind heard over NBC- TV.-'. " Saturday evening from 5:3(1'to 0:30 o'clock NBC nnfl NBC- TV' (simulcast), llclc:n Wayra will speak .for Girl Scoutinc. She will be introduced by the- nationnl executive director, Dorothy C, Stral- lon, on the program wilh 'the NBC Symphony, conducted by A r t u r o Toscanlnl, sponsored by the liey- nolds Metals Company. B, And P.vT Names Nominating Committee A nominating committee was selected Monday night n t - a ·meet- Ing o f ' t h e B. and P. W. in Washington Hotel lo report at the next business meeting, when election of officers will he held, composed if Miss Glenn Stockburucij, Miss-| Hazel Johnson and MIsT" Vclma Hall. . . . Mary Ella Hodges, member f the Citizenship Education Project class of the Fayctlcvllle High School, reported on Ihe f i n d i n g i of Ihu members, who have Ijcen i attending civic club meetings'. She. also gave constructive crili- ' cisms as rcporfcd. The club voted to rewrite the ronstlltitlr.n and by-lnws, nfler n report was given by n special cpmniillco composcrt of Mrs. R a n - dall Hobcrts, Miss K t h a Johnson and Mrs. l'cor!c Trowbrld.gc. The club nlso voted to rnopcr- ale wllh other civic and church organizations In dctrayimt expenses of Mr«. Kyle Engler lo New York, where she attended the mcctiiv. of UNESCO. Mrs. Jcane Taylor Maxlicltt Icll today for Tucson, Arlx., where she will visit w i t h friends. Austin-Holliday Engagement Told : M r , nndvMre. W, G, Austin of Grcrn Acres, announce the cn- RDKcment ami nppruaehin;: mar- ri.'ice of their daughter, Sue, to To'mey JloMiday of Far.jlnslon. The v/l.'dding will lake place 'i'hursday mprnlng. at 11 o'clock (it the First, Christian Church. Friendly Circle Club Meets In Rogers 'The .Friendly Circle Club' met Monday evening with Mrs. Victor Jones in ttogcrs, with 11 members present and two guests, Mrs. Victor Jones, S.r., and Clara While. The dcwotional was Riven by Mfibc) Nirmm and roll call was answered with "something pcr- l a l n l n g to fK. Patrick's Day." It was announced that club members and their liusbnnds will have a birthday d i n n e r , Friday evonlnK, at the AQ Chicken House in Sprlngdaie, honnrin'g six mcmberi? who have had birthdays recently. A f l e r the business mculiiiK, games were* played and Miss N i m a n received Ihe mystery package. Concluding the evening, refreshments were served by the hostess. Mud Hens Meet With Mrs. Ora Clark The 0/ark M u d Hens n i f t wilh Mrs, Ora Clark Friday night at 7:30 o'clock, with J2 members and one guest present. 'In nn clccllon of officers for the coming year, Mrs. Edd Thlry was elected president; Mrs. Frank Lee, vice president; Mrs. Dolson Lewis realccted Bccrelhry.- Ircns- lU'cr; Mrs. Ilobert Shnclieltord, reporter. Mrs. George Moore, .retiring president, appointed Mrs. Clark, program chairman. Mrs. Orln Glass conducled the gflmcs _\vhich included M 20 questions on f-eramics," won by Mrs. Harold Cllnchcns; "finding mistakes," won by Mrs. A r l h u r Lln- ard. The myslcry package went to Mrs. Cllnohcns. ' T h e * next meeting \vllh Mrs. Glass will be April 4, at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Loo will be in charge of. the program. Miss Colther Hostess To Women's Council . Miss Vcrn CollAcr was hostess ·lo the West Fork Assembly of God Women's. Missionary Council last evening. There were 15 members nnd one visitor. Mrs. Edna Doak read the i£th chapter of St. John lor the d:- votioiutl. Afler the business meeting, the group played games and. sang hyrrms. . The next meeting will bo March 25th, with Mrs. Doak. Birthday Party Honors Alice Lee Meredith Alice Lee Meredith -\vas honored w i t h n.pnr'ly Saturday a f t e r noon, on her 13th birthday. The piU'ly was given by her mother at her home. . Games were played and several prizes wore won by the children. Those attending were Mary Alice Shipinnn, June, Shirley and Paulr cite Reavers, Nancy, Oscar nnd Phyllis Cntcs, Merman Lcclford, F r a n c e s Fredrick nnri Millie Fredrick, of Baldwin; Leola a n d Melton Jny Lane :md Hcalrice Skuggs of Wyman; John M a r t h a and OniiH Meredith. Mrs. Meredith served refreshments of hirthday cak;, hut chocolate and cnndv, assisted by Mrs. Huslcr Fredrick of Halrlwln. Si. Pat Dinner-Dance Scheduled At Club A St. Pat's dinner and dance will be held this Saturday evening at the Country Club. The dinner will be served from 7:30 to 8:30 o'clock, followed by the semi- lormal dance. Hosts for the evening will be Mr, ,ind Mrs, James L. Smith, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Clny Yoe and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Adair. At interisslon there will be "bowling on the green" and other entertainment. Unmarried members may bring their dales. M u s i c will be furnished by Jimmy McDonald and his orches- Iro. Tri Delta Alliance Honors Mrs. Kelley The Fayettcville .Alliance of Delta Dclta^Delta entertained with a dessert party last night at the chapter house, following formal initiation. Honored guests were, the new initiates and Mrs. B. S. Kelley of Tulsn, Okla., district president of Tr! Delta, who has been visiting at the chapter house since Sunday. Outstanding Students Named In Engineering Outstanding seniors in the University College of Engineering have been announced by Dean George F. Branigan. The student who will receive the annual award 'if the Arkansas Society of Professional Engineers will be selected from the group, and will be announced at the a n n u a l Honors Day convocation in May. The departmental loaders are Elijah L. Thomas, Jr., Wheaton Mo., agricultural cnngincering Robert .1. .Hpaston, Cntter, chemi- cnl 'engineering; Donald H. Holing Pine B l u f f , civil engineering Wayne Williams,. .North .Little R o c k , electrical engineering Adarln Fnrmof,'", jndustria engineering, nnd Nathaniel T nichmond, Fort Smith, mechanical engineering. Skylight Club Plans Benefit Dinner The Skylight Home DemonKtra lion Club met Friday in the home of Mrs. Gertrude Smith. There were 20 members Drcscnt and f ffucsls.- Mrs. Charlie Latta, Mrs Georgle Sharp, Mrs. Maxine Me Clcllnn. Miss Ina Smith, Mis Gcraldlnc Claunch nnd Mrs. At well. The devotional was given hy Miss Clnunch. The mystery pack age was received by Mrs. Pear nay, It was announced thai the pro coeds received from the dintie which will he r.ivcn March 28, in the Morrdw School lunchroom will be used to buy linoleum fo the lunchroom. , Rabbi Shain Here For Programs At U. A. R n h b l Samson Shain of Tempi Israel, Hot Springs, arrived i Fnycltevllle yesterday tn Uke par in Religions Emphasis Week activi tics at the University. Rabbi Shain holds the bachelo nf arts degree from Harvard Un vcrsity and the degrees of rabb and master of Hebrew Hteratur from the .Jewish Institute of Re ligion. He lias rinne graduate wor nl the Hebrew University in Jeru sfilrm. lie in one of seven visiting re ligious leaders who . nrn givln seminars, speaking in classrooms and leading discussions in all or gAiilzcd houses during REW. UOKIWBIEROfflt 40NQXZEMA OPEN Under Now Management Castle Cafe Serving Rigulir Neils ind Short Orders Good Home Cooked Foods ' Hifhw.r 71 North look lovelier In lOdayi . . . your money backl Clip coupon below! · Have j'tifi boon longing for H rom- plcxion thnt'wins compliments-ihnt looks softer, smoother? Then wn urgn you to try Nox»oma'i Home Bonuly Routine. It wns Havel- opcij by H Ricni skin doctor. Anrl in c l i n i c a l tesU, it liplpod 4 o u t of 5 women with problem* inch us rouRh, dry skin and nxtornBlly-cnujoH hlom- Ishos to lovelier-leaking rnniplexionn, Nnxromn woiky nr nwntiy hackt Try It fnr 10 doyi. If not delighted, return jnr lo N n x i n n i A , B u l t i m o m ~ y o u r money buck. Tnko ndvnnlnfio of I.OOK l.ovi-i.ihR orrc.R todnyl J® ^feWPfc.-^ nork. Thrn -*Hth « clnth \ w»ih your Tn» with mtdi- c*trri Nnnrtma Initrid P( uiinj temp! How rlein vour i k l n I n n b i ! N o t d r y n r ,J;«^' r AjPly N OK »m. Kv-mlB-ll 3. "Cre-|tnw«h ifm«. 8rt how It wait n«*ym«kc-up,i)lft. 4.Wi... "pplj- NoKi-cmn n\ nltht -Tiam in help your i6in look imnothiT. Pal · hit f x t r n river «ny hlrfr 1 1 --10 lirlp hen) them. f-- CUP fHII COUPON AS RIMINDIR*^ "Dry Ihln wi»« wy proh- Ipnt," »·!« Xln, Kti«n "'mn of KnlpUli, N.C. iH'illnnioPitrJiil . - milrh, ' It rtmir nnw," M . U w Hill W.I \m,-M. h.w j tovilltr ll h.lp yn ifcln ' 2.1k.« i«v» m lti« ·IANTMM.JM ··f ·III/ 9vi Wtitfal »l Mr 4raf W MMMNl MMHtl Personals Mrs. Oma Temple of DcQuccn was a Ruost last night of her brother, Tim O'Kclly. .Mrs. Shclbur.n Lee left this morning to return to Dumas, iflcr spending the past week with her mother, Mrs. G. 'F. Beaver. Mrs. Kenneth Tcasdale of St. Louij i« vicitini,' her molher, Mrs. Roberta Fulbrlght, and her sister and brolhcr-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Douglas. Capt. Louis V. Hard :asllc, husband of Mrs. Dorothy Hardcastle, 551 Rebecca Street, has been admitted to the Army and Navy Hospital, Hot Springs,.as a patient. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Heerwasen announce the birth of a son, yesterday afternoon at St. Vincent's Hospital in-Little Hock. Bill Is the son of Mr and' Mrs. Paul Hecr- wagen of Fayetteville. First Lt.. and Mrs.. William R. Slapleton nre expected to arrive tonight to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Staple'tdn, 114 North East Street. Lieutenant Staplcton has Just completed navi- Kation school at Ellington Air Force Base, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Carlson have returned from Bartlcsvllle, Okla,, where they have been for the past nine days during the illness and death of Mrs. Carlson's sister, Miss Irene Crate. Lt. Col. and Mrs. T. C. Carlson, Jr., accompanied them home and will leave tomorrow for Columbus, Ga. MrB. E. i. of Bakersfield, Calif., is visiting her sister, Mrs. G. E. Beaver, 520 North Lindell, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ferguson of ' 'ncoln, Ark, Other weekend guests of Mrs. Beaver were Miss Lou Clayton of Prairie Grove, and Mrs. .Beaver's daughter, Mrs. Shclburn Lee of Dumas, Ark. . . · Word has been received here by Dr. Lippert S. Ellir from Dr. R. P. Bartholomew that his son, Lt. Bob Bartholomew, is improving from burns, received in an explosion of fuel oil v.-hlle in Korea. He' is a patient at Brooke General Hospital, San Antonio, Texas. Doctor Bartholomew who has been visiting his son there, has returned to Panama, where he is working with A University agriculture program. Announcements · Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumnae Kappa Kappa Gahima Alumnae w i l l meet tomorrow night at 8 o'clock in the chapter house. Press Sees rioting Conclusive In New Hampshire Vole (Bribe AtweltM Prm) New«p«per«. today viewed thi New Hampshire primary results as a' surprise boost.for Sen. Eslc Kefauver. in the Democratic pros! dential race. and' '» shot in the arm to Republican backers of Gen Dwight D. Eisenhower. But .editorial writers Eafd the single .primary victories of Kcfau ver over President Truman and of Eisenhower over Sen. Rober A-. Taft could in no way be considered conclusive as to the fina outcome. The New York -Times said Ke- fauvcr's "amazing showing . . will doubtless have serious .re- peecussions in the highest quarters of the Democratic party" and the results should "give renewed courage and strength" to Eisenhower supporters. "The election figures are h a r d l y large enough to draw sweeping conclusions affecting the future o the United States," the Times said adding: "Yet it cannot be den.ed that i' was a considerable achievement for General Eisenhower to get so many votes when he himself could only be represented by proxy \vhi his major opponent wa^: able 1 conduct a whirlwind tour from on end of the state to the other.! 1 The Chicago Daily News sai that President Truman "woul host serve and his country if he should heed the handwriting on the New Hampshire ballots. He ought to announce his withdrawal . . . For the Republicans the result indicates \yhat they already knew: That they have two strong contenders for the presidency in their party;" The Philadelphia Evening Bulletin: "The surprise in the Ncv Baptist Association Convenes In Oklahoma The North American Baptist Association convened in Oklahoma City, Okla., this morning Elder .Johnny Duggar, pastor from Laurel, Mies., delivered the annual message for the morning session. A good representation from the 14 churches of the FayeUeville Association is attending the meeting. Bethel Grove Jo Have Three-Act Comedy "A Pair of Country Kids," · comedy in three acts, will be presented Friday night at 8 o'clock in the Bethel Grove Community Hnuse by the senior class of the Farmington High School. There will be a small charge of admission. The Junior-Senior Banquet is scheduled for April 11, at Ferguson's Dining Hbom, which will be another of the senior activities before graduation, April 17th. Blu« Calf Pump High or Medium Hetl · wonderful ilyU fw/ce wonderful with ffie Air Sfep foucM Air Step combines Its fovorit* sllhou«ttas with iht wonder of the fom»d Mogic Sole. These are Ihe shoei designed with you in mind . . . trimly tailored, frankly feminine. Th» ShM wMi Hi* Magic $·(· Vou itop on air 10 95 Humnthire presidential preference primary results lies not in the clean sweep achieved by the Eisenhower forces . . .. but in the knockout scored by Senator Kc- fauvor in the first round v:ith the president. The New Hampshire primary begins to look less like eyewash t h a n the president thought. · · "On the Republican side . . . the result will inject new hope into the supporters of General Eisenhower throughout the country." · The Knickerbocker News, Albany, N. Y.: "Despite his surprise defeat .'. . President Truman still can get the "Democratic nomination if he wants it ... Senalo.r Taft's defeat doesn't rule him out as the leading GOP contrt.der. As of now, he still has more delegates pledged to his banner than any other candidate ." . . but "it has been demonstrated that" Eisenhower "does have voter appeal." '-* i Bids Asked Abroad By Mutual Security Agency R Q m e-M'J-William H. Draper, Jr., European chief of the United States Mutual Security Agency, announced today bldf htve beer, asked in Italy and two othtr countries for 150 million dollars worth of arms, ammunition and vehicles. · Draper declined to name the other two countries. He disclosed under questioning lhat 80 per cent of the bids were asked in other countries besides Italy. .-ertiM In Hie TIMES--It payi. Gas Is OK In Balloons, Bui Nol In Your Stomach Some people feel like · swollen balloon after every meal. They bloat full of gas .and rift up acid- ous liquids for hours after eating. CERTA-V1N is helping such gas ''victims" all over Fayetter ville. This new medicine helps you digest food faster and bettor. Taken before meals it works with your food. 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