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1 ;HOtIim»ilt AMUNMI TIMK, tayMMvMt, AitoitMt. IHc-.y, More,, iiiHiiiiHiiMiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHniii Daily Calendar of Events Tonight I ' . f · .' ' · · ' - UCT irid Xuxiil»ry, Civic CJubrooms, 7 BiteS'Sichool Program. School Auditorium, 7:30 Washington Lodge One, Masonic Hall, 7:30 . "Summer and Smoke," University Theater, 8 Cincinnati Symphony-Orchestra, UA Field House, fi Saturday . . - , , . Chemical Wing Dedication, UA Engineers Bulldlnf, 8:30 I. m; Open House, UA Engineers Building, 1 Cour.try Club Dinner-Dunes, Club, 7:30 . . . . "Summer and Sniokc," University Theater, « Teen-Age Dance and Open House, Phllllpi Motor'Company, 8 Perennial Club Hears Discussion On Day Lilies . Mrs.- W. · B, Wail, enterlilned 19 menibei's of the Perennial Oar- den Club »t her homo yesterday afternoon.- ... - . ; ' Following dessert course, Mr», Webb ; Williams prpildcd at .tbo bueinesi sewlon in ihe absence of the prealdentf Mrs. Jack F. Hy- Uitd.. MembtM voted to b e . r e - iponilble for itrransirM flowers in the chapel of the VeHran'i Hoi- pjtil .during IhVmonih of May, Mrs. Ernest Wurd "presented a program on "day lllle»,". pointing out Mat*, "malign tfc* day lily in an undent herbaceous plant, masl cl the idi'aiiO* In dovelopmeht and · h.vbriditing hi* be«n made In recent y'cii 1 *," ·' Marty Varieties in color tre 1 rtoW »vali»ble to the tic- dener:"' Because ot (he c«sc iri pltnllrik'.arld cultivation, day lilies »re'often called "lasy mnn't flow- eM," But given the 'proper cuiti- Va.iloii,! they will provide benull- . fui effects In the garden from M«y. through the,summer month*. Many excellent suggestions for core, location, and feeding of plants \vcfe given by. Mrs. Ward, whp concluded''her lallt by giving a' list of vtrietlM approved by fanciers. Miss Horn Engaged To Robert L Collins Spf1h|dale-(8pe!llilj-Mr. a n d Mrs. Cecil Drown · of Spflngda!*, irinOuhce the «t)iai«rrtent of Miss Lent M»e Horn to Pvt. Robert Lee Collins of Fort Sill, Okla,, the · son of .Mr..and Mrs. Henry Col- llni on .Meadow street. Th« wedding 1 will be arKtveiH of the.tumrfier. : : ; ir' .famous ArchitecV To Lecture At University tUcha'rd NeUlra, one of the two ton architects in the United States, will give a public Icetur* at the University Arts Center Concert Hall «t 8 p.m. Friday, March 21, duHng a three-day vltit to the campus. · · . . Ncutra IjaE been thu-subject of features In Time. Fortune, Look, and other national magazines. He is the author of scvelal widely read books niid special publlcn' lions In- many- languages. He has .lectured; »t. Hs'rvtrd, Princeton, Yale, Columbia, and Mher Unl versltlet in this country, as wcl is In Europe, South America, Japan, and the Philippine Islands, ·-While' oh -the campus. March 19-21, he will confer 1 .With -architecture students _on' their work. Combs-Chapel Club ' Has Luncheon-Meeting The Combs Chapel Homo Demonstration Club met in the home of Mrs. Hoborl Barker for a luncheon. Wednesday. There word 16 member* present and guosls, Mi's. Stella Van Drtint, Mrs. Aliens Taylor, Mi's. Clnud BrooXs and Mrs. Bruce Gates; Mrs. Gates a n d . Mrs... Francis Hahn became new members. Group singing of "Pack Up Your 'Dishes," opened the meeting. The devotional was Divert hy Mfs. Boyd Porter and Mrs. W. E. Dill gave the poem of the.month. The painting of the month u-ns discussed by Mrs. Edd Thlry. The program w»j in charge of Mrs. Gnrnctt Lnney, who led the group In a discussion an cancer. The mystery par-knee WHS wrin by Mrs. Thlfy. It was iiniiounccd that the next meeting will he held ·t the home of Mrs. Faye Harper In Fort Smith. April 9.' GIVE HEARING So Preclout, Netoidiry and Hel|*il-No Fiwr Oif( for uy H»rd-nf.Hfnrin» Ffnon WXII PUDIO '" '|i r S.M.A. Meets At Home Of Miss Gallaway The Southern Mcn.orial A««o cixllon held ll« qtinrterlj' rneetlnx yo»terd«y' »i the homo of :'';n IlOtt-erla Osllnv/»y o'n West Mnplo Street, Mr*. L. H, Unl, president, preilM. durlhx the b u s I n e 11 m(!e'llnj(. : Officer* Were'elected ns: Mr*. ) S. Jbatei, pr.e»'d«nt; Miss G«llflW«y,-..secretary; Mrs., Jack Phillip*, treniurer, MM. UHr ; rcp»rtoa'that Lorn! UftlSri, number 14, at th« Brothcr 1 hood of I'dlhtcru, Decoriiort (tnd Piper Hnhier* of Amefitu .hni vdluhteefed.. to" Hs" 8 ; ' n * *·'·· takcr^e ebttafe at the Confederate cemetery, palnteci with no cost to the stiOt'lntloH/THis offer v:«'il ac- ceplcd'by the association. At the conclusion of business, a «nlnd cour«e wan nerved by tho hostess. · . Washington P.T.A. NamcsNewOfficcrs Officers for tlie coming year were announced lust night nt a irMtlnjl of the W a n h l n g t o r . Schodl tf.A., hold in the school auditorium. They nre MrK. Ilnrrl- son Butler, prcjiilenti Mrs. Gustavo . l lollbom, vice president) Mr«. William. Adrilr, liocrtlary! Mr«. John Shocmnker', trctuflrcf. ' Mrs. L. D.' Tracger, president, presided At tlid meeting. Roy Adnjn* Klivc the devotional, and tilfl Scoill Troop 43, presented ,1 (lag cctoiripriy In obsorvnncc of Girl Scout Week, 'America" was surig by the entire group under the leadership of Jennings Conycr, Following the rirogrnrn, Virgil Blo»8drn it|loki on "Lcfi Look nt Our SchodK," · Meadow..Valley Club':; Meets At'Mf. Comfort. ' The Mondow'^lley ftoriic I'Jeni-. aititratlon Club met at the Ml. Comfort Community House Wednesday \vith Mrs. Lester 1'arlc- hurst ns .hostess' nnd Mrs. Arthur (tart and Mrs. C. E. Mc- Brlrie n« cd-'hostossos. Mrs. V/nync Brown, Mrs. Dnlc Stodiburgcr, Mrs. Monroe Ncal nnd Mrs. Hnrry Goforth became ricV members. The meeting iv-lh the Lord's Trsycr a'nd singing of "America tho ·Beautiful." Mrs. A. Shlvely gnvc the devotional' nnd Mrs. R. K. Marfwcll, the tlnit nf t h e - m n n t h . A prn- ghnm on cancer control was .given by Mrs. Maxwell nnd Mrs. Parkhurst.' It was announced that the club will meet March 23, to quilt with Mrs. Fount Enrlc. The birthday rhoney for the year, a total of eight dollars, was given' to the Red Cross. Miss Mary June Biikc'r, assistant h o m o dcinonslrnlion agent, discussed :i.vlon hose rmri tt'hnt to look for when buying. The April meeting will 1)3 with Mrs. fius llcnbcst. Personals James .Morse has been Initiated at the University Into the Gamma Opsllon Chapter of Sigma Nu, social fraternity. duy Sines of Liberal, Kan., left this morning to return home a f t e r visiting here with Mr, and Mrs. 0. A. Sines. Ogdcn Shirley Is »· patient nt the Baptist Hospital jn Little Rock where he w»« expected in Undergo spinal r,Ursory today. Mrs. Shirley i« In tittle flock with her husband. Mrs. E. H. Perry of Montreal, Canada, I: expected to arrive this weekend to he the guest nf Mrs. J. I'. Perry and her granddaughter, Julie, Mr, «nd Mrs. Wesley Gordon have had tt their guest. Mrs. Hoborl J. Geoffroy of Topeka, Kan.. Mrs.'deoffroy left Wednesday to return home. ' Frank 8. Crawford, seaman apprentice, USN, soh of Mr. arid Mm. Frank S. Crawford of West Fork)' Is-serving aboard the submarine USS Splntx, operating In the San Diego area. Jack Roberts Is attendlnf the fifith ahnivermiry meeting of the Mauler Piurnber* of Oklahoma, held -yesterday and continuing through tomorrow, In Oklahoma City, Okia. Mr. and Mrs. W. .H. January, their son, Tdmrrry, and'Mr, Janu- i r y ' i - p a r e n t s ' l e f t Tuesday o n - « trip to the Texas Valley and Mexico, 'icy expect ta be t°~.' about two weeks, Marshall T. Starr, fireman, USN, .Of Evamvilld, Is «6rVlha aboard' the attack- transport USS Sandoval, which 'recently participated In the'largest Pacific Fleet training exercises held since tho Korean .outbreak. Oufvis I. Jeffcfsrtni machinist^ mate fireman apprentice, USN, mm of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Jcffcr- «nh of FsyttteVille, w«s - among the graduates rtf the Naval Machinist's Mate School, Service Stohool Command, U.S, Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, 111. Sgi. Frederick W. Johnson,, son of Mr, and Mrs. Fred- Johnson ot Wesley, is In charge of line m a i n - ^na'nce of cnrgo aircraft support-' ing B-29 bombers of FEAF Bomber (Command, with headquarters nt the fllflst A i r Base Wing, San Francisco, Calif. Pies Auctioned At Jefferlon Schrol The pie supper and program Riven last evening in tho auditorium of Jefferson School netted the sum Of $114, toward the purchase of a now stage curtain. Auctioneers were Hoy Cole and W. H, M o r r i s , - C a r o l y n Pecvey had' tho "prettied girl" rake and Ronnie Wylio had the "ugliest boy," The program was-composed ot » vocal trio, Barbara Kelley, Wanda Lou Moody-and Peggy Caughman, accompanied by Mrs. T. C. Main at the piano; "The Umbrella Song," Joan Southern nnd Jimmy Laughlin; original · poems, Ruth Anne Poynor; Charleston dance number, Lola Shoffit; clarinet and cornet duet, Donna-Flowers and Tommy Slusher; original poems, Mary Jean Poynor;-solo, Jackie Main, accompanied by Mrs. Main, and group singing of "We're Americans Ail." (Photo by Puskn), U. OK) Wyllc Parks, U6N. husband of Mrs. IJetty J. Parks of Faycltcvlllc, is serving aboard the high-spded mineswecpcri USS Ohornrdl; which was recently tuvardcd the Mine Force Battle Efficiency Plaque for 1651. and is now operating In the Mediterranean with the UiS. Sixth Fleet. Announcements Teen-Ate Dance and Open House Mr. and Mfs. .Inmns T. Phillips ami daughter, Janice, will entertain high school teen-agers ,tt a dance and open house At Phillips Motor Company tomorrow eyo- nlng, beginning at (I o'clock. Biid- ·ly Hayes and his orchestra will provide the music. St. fat's I)lnner-lanre Members of the Country Club ire invited to St. Pat's dinncr- dnnce Saturday evening at the :lub. Dinner will be served from 7:3(1 to 8;3fl o'clock and dancing wil be from 0 to 12 o'clock. The occasion will be semi-formal and music will be furnished by Jimmy Mc- Donald'and his orchestra, Unmarried members may bring their [latos, --.-- Elklna P.T.A. The Elklns P.T.A, will mee Monday, March 24, for a coverer dish supper at 7 p.m. This will lie 'ollowctl by a business meeting fit 8 p.m. The election of off! 'or the new year, will be held at his meeting. Farmingion P.T.A. Elects Officers The Farmington P.T.A. met Monday night st t o'clock following a.coyered dish supper in the lunch room. .Deyotlonals Were giv^n by students.from the hon room of Marie Brown. These were taken from the'23rd Psnlm and other scriptures ;lnd songs. Election' of officers for tho c6m- Ing year was held. Those elected were Tom Lowe, president; Mrs, D. C. Massic, vice'president; Mrs. Huth nousc, secretary; Omer use, treasurer; - Maurine Buch a n a n , reporter. It was announced that llmrc will bo a pro-school clinic to be held March 28, at t h n school. Frltlny night, there will be three ball games held in the gym. One between the women teachers and the mothers, tho junior boys and their fathers, and the third between the Farmington "shorts" and the Bethel Grove "skirt?." A f t e r tho program there was singing and songs by a quartet. Mary ClarS Maosic of Faycttc- vlllc played several piano solos, James Wilson Presides At- 4'H Club Meeting Tile Habborton-Mountain Homo 4-H Club held Its regular business meeting Tuesday, with James Wilson presiding. He presented a gavel, which he Lad made, to the club and explained its use. Each member was reminded of the 4-H Hally and was asked to give a demonstration. Those giving demonstrations w e r e Doris Jean Campbell, James Carol Hendrlck- son, Barbara Johnson, Betty Skol- ton and Jerry Paul Johnson, ' A skating party was planned for Thursday, at the Springdale rtnllcr Rink, and Betty Skellon was made a new member of the club. Used by thousands tn reduclne diets--Junge'i Roman Meal bread. 11-lfl-tf Berean Class Meets With Lee Cunninghams The Berean Sunday School Class of the Control Christian Churcli met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cunningham, Highway 1C, east, last night. Business was transacted and all financial projects postponed until a later date. Mrs. Orace Stephens was appointed assistant reporter. The' class received a box of assorted cards nnd each member sent one to the minister and his wife, the Rev. a n d - M r s . Fred Huckleberry, who are ill- Decorations used for the meeting, carried out the St. Patrick's Day motif, and there wa? an attendance of 19 members. Special music was provided by Mrs. Shirley Shelby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Davis, superintendent of the Sunday School. This was followed by refreshments and a social hour. Tlie next meeting will be announced at a later date. Strike Is Ended Pnnixould, Ark. -(/P)- Members of the striking AFL Garment Workers Union returned to their jobs at the Ely and Walker Shirt Factory yesterday, company officials announced, ending a 22- day strike. RMP up with U time*--md tile limn daily. 7V, Million Repeat Cuilomeri Demanded It! NOW HERE IT IS CharU* Antcll Formula 9 and Shampoo -- both containing lanolin and hormones. ·Mint Eatt Side of Squar* Youth For Christ presents GREGORIO TINGSON · A Native Filipino · Known at the "Firebrand of the Philip- · Travtled a r o u n d th» world for Youth for Chrlll JACK WILSON · Oulttdndlng ongl«ad«r of Kaniai dry · Trumptl lolalil Unique Program Arranged UARK BOWL MARCH 15 7:30 P,M. Everyone Cordially Invited W» hdve been appointed distributor's of Ruth-Berry Water Pumps, manufactured by A. P. ftulh Co. of Houston, Taxas. Tha Ruth-^srry Pumps using the Jet principle for shallow and d««p wells are not new pumps, but by proper engineering (hay have assembled a new style unit, eliminating many troublesome, costly devices. Thus making them more economical to install, to maintain, and for continuous trouble-free operation. Wholesale ·- Retail Dealers Inquiry Invited J. W. Hill Electric Co. W«* Fork, Ark. ,, MMM 24 Conference Termed Fake Washington -(/P)- Secretary of S l a t e Achosoh' today denouced . forthcoming international -economic conference in Moscow as a lake setup "to confuse and weaken" the West. Maureen O'Hara Honored Hollywood - (/P) - the choice of the Iri.oh is Maureen O'Hara. The Ancient Order of-Hibernians, in a poll conducted in tho United States and Csnada, Voted her its outstanding Irish actress for 1951. Advertise in th« TIMES--It pa?! Norma's Beauty Shop , SALE 50% OFF Cold W«v» tt Machine sit (or it-jls fir |U »«r tie ON 121 *UI II ill w. mwnwii Two Birthdays In'Family On The Same Date Long Beach, Caiif.-OT-One year ago yesterday at 4:40 a. m. Mrs. Robert Drinkard, 17, gave birth to a son, Robert. Yesterday at the same time, in the same hospital, the DrJnkaroV second son, Richard, arrived, · Afterward the mother was taken tn lite same bed, in the same ward. The same doctor officiated and the same husband, Kobert, 18, paced the floors. Ridowiy Loses Command Of Philippines, Formosa Washlngton-(/P)-The Philippine- Formosa aiea is being taken from Gen. Matthew Hidgway's Far East command and placed under Adm. Arthur W. Kadford, Pacific Fleet commander. " The Pentagon announced yesterday the switch would be made effective March 15. It. said this involves "no change" in United States policy in the; Far East. A spokesman said neither the Korean truce negotiations nor the Japanese peace treaty was responsible for the change. Penciltd Lip Border NEW THING ip Hprtick «tyie from; Paris IB dark red pencil llnei dreamed up by '. beauty ipeclalist Fernanrt Aubrey. Llpi are in much lighter shade, (International), Alice's Beauty Shop MOW UP TOWN 7W E. MT. ST. Ptrm. Lateit Strl:i Reasonable Pricet Phon* 620 or 2331 Evenings Breaking all records at N. Y. Roxy Theatre! MARLON BRANDO · JEAN PETERS "YIVA ZAPATA" Suffocating "Hot Flashes" stopped or strikingly relieved in 63-80%* of cases in doctors' lestt! · Are you doing through "change of life" . . , suffering the "hot flashes." nervous tension, irritability, v.'eskrtef's arid otller types of functionally-caused distress of this difficult time? Then ... Here's hope for you! *In tests by doctors, Lydla's C o m pound and Tablets gave relief from such distress... in 63 nnd 50% (respectively) of the.cases Complete of striking relief! Surely you fenow that. I^-dia Plhjtham's Is seientlffcallti- irioderft In action 1 , surely you know what It has done for others! But do you ktiow what tt w'lll do for aoit? Not i: you hftvtfri't experienced the relief of fusion, "flashes" am! irritability It BO often brings ftt times! 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And two fresh-water, Live- Wottr Rinse* Boat oil dirt owayl Buy Ifig new Frlgldalre Automatic Wcsher for only S 47 Frigidaira 5elect-O-DloI don everylhinf'« yeut Frigidoire'i exclusive Select- O-Dlal led you pre-sel«l the proper washing lime you wont for any kind of clotfm--rey- ons, nylom, woolens, etc. All you do it put In the etothei and soop ,.. set the dial once ... ond forget it. The washer doei all the rest. DOWN CASH PRICE $309.71 COME TO SEE US BRING YOUR LAUNDRY FREE Washing and Drying in Our New Frigidaira Kitchtn Buy and Pay tht Easy Way TUCK'S 19 NORTH ILOCK ST. PHONE 15

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