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Thursday, March 13, 1952
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(At tIMIt, . AriMmw. Thundoy, March 11, 1»SJ IMS. KATHLKN DOZIIR ·IIIIIHIHIIIHIIIIMIIHimiilMlltilliliilMiHiiliiliniiiiiilllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII · Daily Calendar of Events · Tonight -.-...-.. Washington"School PlT.A., ; School Auditorium, 7:30 '· " · V.F.W. 1DBI.4 West Ccnicr,"7:30 . Far West Chapter One, R.A.M. Mavonlc Hall, 7:30 Kapps Kappa. Gamma Alumnae, Chapter House, 8 Friday . . ... . Conl.-icl Club, Washington Hale], 7:30 a. m. Fayettevilic Board Realtors, Ferguson's 12 UCT and Auxiliary, Civic Clubrooms, 7 Bates School Program. School Auditorium, '7:30 Washington "Lodec One, .JWusonlc Hull, 7:30 "Summer and Smoke," University Theater, Jf · . Cincinnati-Symphony Orchestra, UA Field House, 8 DAC. Chapter Luncheon Guests InLeshHbme The., Major t . Brian'', Pehdletoh Chapter : of the Daughters of the American Colonists,i met for 1 o'clock,luhcheon/nt the.home of Dr. Biith Lesh yesterday afternoon, 1 : wlth Miss Elisabeth Ellis, co-hostesi. .The -luncheon -table was decorated with ii "centerpiece of yellow fiprlni flowers find place Mtnni'j Beauty Shop ; · · SALE 50% OFF ; Cold Wart Machine fri iw u-4ii or tr.M ut i«r ill INMH ··* It ' Call U ' IM W, MwoUrhl cards of early American Fccncs were used. . . Following the luncheon, reports of the mutual Assembly of the Ar- knnsan .Society which met March 7, at Little Hock were given by Mr*.; Arthur Brown, regent of the Arkansas socie'iy, Mrs. Lyl« Hryan, regent of the Major Brian PriMlc- tori chapler and Mrs. L. L, Browne. Other chitptqr member's 'who attended nrc Mrs. W . . ' F . Thomas rind Mrs. M. L. Slgmcin, Mnnticello, Ark. At the tncoting of the National Society to be held nt Washington, D. C., In 'April. Mre. A r t h u r nrown,. regent will represent 'the Arkansas Society mid Miss Ell/n- beth Ellis will represent the chapter as regent's alternate. New chapter officer!; elected are vice-regent, Mrs. Earl 13inl; recording secretary, Mrs. Powell nhca; corresponding secretary^ Mrs^' .Tack Phillips; registrar, Mrs. Charles Slonc, ···Mr "Hum" An l«y Tt SM Tan, too, mar not b« tbli to Udt th«t Und, Mrroua, jltory look each month DO mnttar how ·uch "milM-up" you lue. Keep jour wicret rafe · ' ' r . uriM ·thoie'' dan-don r t b UM am girl la AraTwbo «ho»» th« ab*ln from Wl-ul. nem» md ami* - tm "that look".* Tain Cardul, · tflxM nwdltln. tnuicd by Vjouaanda of woman, f IrU !o help Inattro ncainat ^aama^ aed osr l(na of Monthly mlwtry. A Uttli Caidul «Kh day Mini build itrenfth ao miniaifir nn r tin fraa If r r» ill manlh. aid Nfltrtec )«· and Icat. Look m I tut Md atop tetter, Aak your da^e · «Hf tn frtm C A R D U I iln,nervouin«aa mm natural-mitt tor C«rduL Umi tfiiH.f W Monthly Crompi · Chang* of life Small change can make a In'e change in'.you! ISW! Warner-Wonderful thrifty girdles! Only $595 *TO5 Panlle girdle in two-way ulrttch 'power net, woven by Warner'l own mllli. Illue rm- broidery trims the magic-Hal- lening front. While. Matching jptdlf, *704. l,:ni 'and short i*iftht. Small, 'medium and : V Urge. (fJMO.Warner-VpcUl cup'"-' ' In.... mO.:- New W«rner-\Vomlcrfu! Thrifty girdles ilcsigncil lo keep you ]iainlrsn]y prclly -- for a mere pit- lance! All the fabulous fit and .comfort thai \VnrnprV in fitmoni lor! llnc't ju.»l one ... Iml we'll fhnw ynii all of limn. Only $3J)5 to$10.'J5. Mrs. Nonnamaker Is Hostess To Goldenrod Club Mrs. F. .F. Nonamalicr was host to the Goldenrod Club yesterday with a luncheon at her home. Mrs. Ann Jones .and Mrs. C. D. Atkinson assisted the hostess. A SI. Patrick's Day motif was used w i t h g r e e n shamrocks mingled with yellow Jloweri and Li pcre. Spring flowcre were used throughout the house. Guests of the club were Mrs. Bob Whits, Mrs. Thavcr Shelton and Mrs, Ella B. Hurst. During the business session, the club, voted to make its annual do- nalion to the Rod Cross and a volunteer collection was tal;en for fireworks and entertainment at the VA Hospital. Ladles who attended the Federation meeting at 1'orf Smith, last week gave reports. They were Mrs, K. L. normms, newly elected district president of the Federation, Mrs,, Harry York, Mrs. Atkinson and Mrs, I. J. Kirkpatrick. Mrs. DwLght Morris presented a f i l m on cancer control and Mrs. White gavo n brief talk on the subject.-The devotional was given by Mi's. Romans and two poems were rend by Mrs. M. E.' Willlaifi- ,'ion and Mrs. Harry Kngler. The April meeting of the club has been . changed t() the third Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Clarence Deak. leveret! Study Group Has Discussion Series The Study Group of Leverett School met ycstcrclny '.I (lie school for Us Kccond discussion, in a Hcrlcs of four, under the direction of Mrs. Kenneth Onhor'n, Study Group leader. Subject for discLftiiuti ycster- d»y WEIS "Transition frcm Kle- '.nentnry to Junior Hlijh School and from Junior High to Senior High." Participating in the dis- cunsinn were Mrs. H. P. Jenkins and Mrs. W. C. Crosc. This v/tts followed 'by a general discussion by tlic tfioup. First. in tills series w.-u held lar.t week with a panel discussion on "Homework." Next \Vednes- dfiy, Miss Stella Hall will speak J o n "l^ws and traditions '.hat Govern the Schools in Arkansas." Last in the scries will .be March 26, with a panel composer! of Mrs. J. K. Payne, Mrs. Carl E. Hoffman nnd Mrs. Aubvc;' Harvey. Miss Betty Vogt Weds Guy Thomas Rogers, Ark.-(Spccial)-Thc marriage of Mies Betty Vogt, daughter of Mayor and Mrs. Rpbcrt L. 1 Vogt, (o Guy Thomas,'ton 1 of Mr,and Mrs. F. C. Thomas of this city, has been announced by the bride's parents. The marriage took place Satur- dny evening, In the sanctuary of the Huntsvllln Methodist church, with Ihe Hcv. Kermit Van Zunt o f f i c i a t i n g . Both Mr. and Mrs. Thomas arc employed in Rogers where they w i l l continue their work, nnd will mnko their home.' Ml, Zion Club Has Ha! Designing Contest The Ml. Zlon Home Demonstra- llon Club 1 met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. A r t h u r I.inard, 700 South School. There .were 12 members present and one guest, Mrs. Duncan. The program Included a rounri- tnhle discussion on health, led by Mrs. C. J. Finger. Mrs. Frank Lee gave the poem ot the month. Following"- the business session, .1 hat dcsigm'nK contest was heki with prizes (roiiig to the models, Mrs. Claude Dale, Mrs. W. P. Holland and Mrs, Edith Jones. Esther S.S. Class Entertained At Dinner Mrs. T. M. Liies nnd Mrs. nalph Lehman entertained the Esther Sunday School Class of Ihe First Baptist Church Tuesday night with dinner at the Liles home, assisted by Mrs -Eula Crippin. I Dinner was served from a lace covered table centered wlih pink roses, RiKipdragons and sweet peas nnd candles; Spring flowers were placed throughout the house. The devotional wns given by Mrs. .1. A. Patterson and the social hour was In charge of Mrs. W. R. Pugh. Fourteen members were present. Sunshine Club Names Flower Commit lee Mrs. Everett Ltiper entertained Iho Johnson Sunshine Club yes lerday afternoon w i t h 10 members and one iruest, Mrs, Kenneth Tlllitison, present. The meeting- was opened with the group rending the club collect, followed by the devotional on Dnnlel, given by Mis. C. C, Daily. Prnyer was given by Mrs. Luther Stamper. Mrs. Tlllitison nave a t a l k on health, substituting for Mrs. Stumper, who Is thd club health leader. The mystery pnck- ngc was won by Mrs, Tllllilsnn, Those appointed to Ihe (lower committee were Mrs. Ward Grant, Mrs, Everett I.upor anrt Mrs, Olllc Crum. Refreshments were served by the hosiers and Ihr next meeting planned, to he held nt the home of Mm, Ewtll Lofne. Sixth Anniversary Observed By Credit Women Thirty-four members and guests nf the Credit Women'* Club observed the sixth anniversary of its organization last night a 1 . Ferguson's. Miss Glenn Stockburgcr save a resume of the activities 01 the club during the six years anc Misn Hazel Kelly served as master of ceremonies. Irish EnngB wcer Rung hy the group, led by Miss Myrlilla Dorman and Mrs. Kva Lee Campbell They were accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Nona Allen. Past' presidents present for the occasion were Miss Kclley, Miss Betty Banks, Mrs. Alea Laira more and Miss Stockburger. Miss Bonnie Spurlpck Is the presiding president. A color scheme of green and white was carried out in table decorations and also in a three tiered birthday cake, which was cut by Miss Spurlock. Goshen Club Hears Talk On Cancer The -March meeting of th.L Goshen Home Demonstration Club at the home of Mrs. Omer Guinn was held yesterday afternoon with 17 me.Tibers present, and two vis itors, Mrs. Carl Fiedler' and Mrs Chester Gayer,. who became, a new member of the club. Roll call was answered will "something I could do to improve my health .Most of the answer, were "to cat less and get more exercise would be the greatest jm provement."-. A ?5 donation wa; voted to be given to the.Red Cros: Drive. Work in the Goshen cemc tery was announced for next Monday, Everyone is urged to partlci pate Mrs. Kenneth Puryear gave a report on the Farm Bureau meet ing which she attended and stressed the importance of having » regular checkup by the family physician to help prevent cancer The' painting "Blue Boy" ; by Gainesborough, was discussed by Mrs. Homer Bragg, and a poem "Last Analysis" by Miriam Foot was read by Mrs. Pt.Ul Johnson. The mystery package was won by Mrs. Clifford Button and game prizes went to Mrs. Horace Lang ham and Mrs. Paul Pray. Follow ing the games, refreshments wen Kcrved by the hostess. A St. Pat rick's Day motif was carried ou in decorations. Mrs. Esther Haughey will hi hostess to the club for its Aprl meeting. .^^ Rosa Marinoni Speaks At Rogers Study Club Mrs. Rosa Marinoni was 'sues speaker Tuesday, at a meeting of Ihe Rogers Study Club in the Harris Hotel In Rogers. She presented a program of Mexican, poetry using Mexican costumes for effect .Friday, Mrs. Marinoni will to-members of the Book Lovers Club In Sprjngdale at the home o Mrs. W. P. Hail. At this time she will speak on contemporary poets nnd will feature the works of W II. Auden. Completing the spring schedule of Mrs. Marinoni, will be appointments in Carthage, Mo., Hot Springs, where she will do a wire reortl'ng, Little Rock and Morrilton. Progressive Dinner Honors Miss Steele A progressive dinner was given last evening in honor of the 16th birthday of Miss Carolyn. Steele who lives near Greenland The first course of the dinner was given at « o'clock at the home of Mrs. Boh 'Steele of Crocnlanc and the main course was given al the home of Mrs. Edith Bayless in Fayetleviilc at 7:30 o'clock. The last course of dessert and the lighting of tile birthday cake was held al Ihe home of Mrs. Clarence Haines, also of Fayetteville, at 8:30 o'clock. After the dinner, a tour of the town was given by the honorec's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Steele. A bunking party followed the tour, at the home of the nonoree. Big Springs Club Meets At Croft Home The Big Springs Club met with Mrs. Mac Croft Tuesday, with 10 members present. During the'busi- ness session, the group voted to contribute to the Red Cross drive. Mary Jane Baker was present and cave a talk on the buying of nylon hosiery. Refreshments of cake anrt coffee were served during the social hour. Mrs. King Won the mystery package It was announced that Mrs. Drain wyi be hostess to the April meeting. Tom Mull To Show Wild Life Pictures Colored pictures of wild life In Arkansas will be shown tonight by Tom Mull of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. The program is fchcduled to start at 7:30 In Room 113 Building, Tho public is Invllcd. Births Mr. and Mn. Bruce l.unaford. Mr. and Mrs, Bruce Lxmsford of Fnyettcvllle announce the birth of a son, March 12, «t the City Hospital. Mr, and Mn, Carl earmark Mr. and Mr*. Carl earmark of Sprln«d«le announce tht birth nf * d*ught*r, March It, it tht County Hotpllal, Thimble Club Meets At Heckathorn Home The Thimble Club met Tuesday night Bt the home of Zelda Hccka- thorn. "rs. .Jess Tune was winner of the mystery package and game pri7.cs were won by Mrs. E. C. Aumlck. Mrs. Carl Tucker and Mrs. Tune. Low prize was won fay Mrs. J. U. Phippy, Jr., Mrs. H ' " i n OKburn, a guest,.received a gift from the club. During the r/H-Iiiej;s meeting of- .ficers were elected for the year. They are Mrs. J. U. Phipps, Jr., president; Mrs. Aumick, -vlce- presid" r it; Mrs. Harold Graham, secretary and Zelda Heckathorn, reporter. It was voted to change the meeting date to the second and fourth Tuesday of each month. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Garnett Jones on North College Avenue. Digby Bell-Sue Green Recital Scheduled. Digby Bel!, pianist, and Sue Green,- v;.' 1 '-'st, will present a sonata recital nt 8 p. m. March 20, In the University Arts Center. Mr. Bell If instructor of music at the University, and Miss Green ii founder and first violinist of the Mctz Quartet, which . now has headquarters/flt Fayettevilic. Mr. Bell, joined the University faculty last September. He received bachelor and masters degrees in music from the University 'of Michigan, where he was a student of John Kollen. He has been a teaching fellow at Michigan. Miss Green formerly was head of the violin department of the University of Georgia, arid she has taught at the New York College of Music and in California. She has given concerts in Europe with a U.SIO. trio, and has played with the National Symphony of Washington, D.C., and.the San Antonio Symphony. Their program will consist of sonatas by Beethoven, Hindernith, Now Many W«or FALSE TEETH With Mora Comfort FASTEITH, · p I e I u n t ·llullm nnn-icid) powder, hold! false teeth nore firmly. To eit and talk In morn Nimfort, juit iprinkle · little FAS- HCETH an your elltei. No fumniy. foofly, ptity Uite or feeling. Chcekr. "plate odor" (denture breath). G*l PABTEETM at any 'Irux «tor« Schubert. and Brahnt. Then will | b« n dmlul«m charge, tnt the | public will b« invited. Passed ty the 'Cbllege Board' These pace-«etfinj Boslonians will tread many a campus this year. You'llsce them from Maine to California. From Michigan to Texas. Here's solid good looks. Two-fisted ruggednesi. WHAT i tetml Ha W urn mnrcrtgin. Double tote. Topi teitit eoUtgo men. also hi whit* - BOSIDNIAN Keads the list! These superb Bostonians were lined up by men who know college tastes. The leathers are pliant as Youth! Wonderful "walking leather!. 1 * · ' · They'll take hard hikes --and give back kindness. Special Showing of These Outstanding Shoes Tomorrow "««* °" Rock f « r Your Inspection 75 styles in stock ready to try on your feet in sizes 6 to 14, widths AAA to D. Come in, look them over. You will not be asked to buy. If you have foot problems, we can help you. Fayetteville's Oldest Shoe Store Fayetteyille, Arkansas OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT UNTIL 8 ' C^ 41 E. CENTEX PHONE 21 WHIRL-SKTRTED COTTONS Ciecltf, plaid* 3.98 ;nd J.7O PaiMi,datH You'll find tweipingi 150-inch ilcirti--laviih trimi-- up-to-tha-mlnute styling. You'll find chombroyi, ginghams, broadclothi, tome permanently glazed or em- bou«d. All raol valu«i. Jvnion', mlu', womtn't, SOAP.'N 1 WATER RAYONS '2.98 we*'2 for O.OU Mtn'32.38** Cool Blouioi In Crown Fabrk'i "Irelin", a waihobl* ipun-rayon that won't ihrink mor« than 2%. Frtih, pretty itylw trlmmtd with imported linen, boll-fringt, *mbroid«ry,tmartnttklinai. Whit«, vat-dyad poiKIt,'

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