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March 15, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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NMTHWKT AIKANSAS TMMf, Mcrcfc If, I»* , IIHIUMi MRS. KATHLHN DOZItt ; tmiiiiHiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin t Daily Calendar of Events · Tonight . . . "Cour.try Club Dinner-Dance, Club, 7:30 i''Summer and Smoke," University Theater, 8 · Teen-Age Dance and Open House, Phillips Motor Company, 8 .Monday . . . : HI Si.Club, Clubroom; 7:00 Farmington Lodge, Farmington Masonic Hall, 7:30 Fayetteville Lodge 740, Masonic Hall, .7:30 : Stamp Collectors Club, Civic Clubroom, 7:30 .Sigma Alpha Iota Alumni, Mrs. Fred Kerr, 7:30 ^ THIS 'N' THAT ABOUT TOWN ; KATHLEEN COZIER ; . . "Come every Irish Laddie with your own Coleen. From .nine to twelve to the bonnie rhythm of Jimmy 'McDonald''and his Irish kings." . \ So'reads the invitation to join in the fun of dinner and dance at the Country Club this evening, ;not to mention "bowling on the green" and other en- ·tertainment planned in honor of the Irish Saint. Hosts for the evening will be Ellen and Jim Smith, Mary Lucille and Clay Yoe, and WJlene and Bill Adair. Incidentally, all you who are unmarried may come along and bring your dates. · .Not least among the parties tonight wi.ll be that for the teen-agers, given by the J. I: Phillips and daughter, Janice. This, for the benefit of those who do not care to trip the light fantastic, will also be open house: Buddy Hayes will be there with his music- makers for those who delight in the dance. Town Clubbers gathered for an evening ofbridge .and dinner following a co-op dinner, Thursday in the Civic Clubrooms. This like other parties of the season made Use of the Irish holiday, and individual tables !were covered in white cloths and centered with large green shamrocks., The candlelit buffet table featured a large cake, frosted in white with shamrocks .sprinkled about. Adding zest to the games were prizes for each person, high taking first choice at each table and low receiving what might be left. As players progressed, the prizes circulated. Guests were Harold and Virginia Clinehens and Joe and Adair Atkinson. Those who were in charge were Eugene and Mary Williamson, Clarence and Dorothy Young, and Hubert and Marguerite Cowan. . Russell and-Vera Howard are in Oklahoma for the weekend to hear the Guy Lombardo concert, being P iven in Tulsa. The H. R. Rosens are off on a trip to lorida where Mie professor will attend a small grains conference at the U. of F. in Gainesville. ·--Those who plan to be in Fort Smith next week for the meeting of the Arkansas Council of Church Women are Mrs. R. K. Bent and Mrs. Kyle Engler, who will go for the meeting of the board and dinner, Tuesday evening; Mrs. P. T. Verhoff, Mrs. K. M. Comstock and Mrs. E. H. Cook, all going as delegates; Mrs. Marvin Tatum, Mrs. Robert Moffett, Mrs. Carl Hancock and Mrs. L. D. Traeger, who plan to go for the Wednesday session. Anyone else wishing to go may call Mrs. Bent and transportation will be provided.-- Just returned from visiting her children is Mrs. Ella Putman. She has been gone since October. UA Womens Club Hears Talks By foreign Students Congratulations are in order for the career girls of Fayetteville, those belonging to the Credit Women's Club, that is, for it was six years ago this month that the club was organized by the late Verlie Duncan of Fort Smith. This anniversary was observed with a dinner this week at Ferguson's. Bonnie Spurlock, president, presided, first with meditation in memory of 1 Miss Duncan. She then honored past presidents and charter members 6f the,club, Ha.zel Kelly, Bettye Banks, Alea Lairamore, Glenn Stockburger, Ethel Smith and Mary Cobb, all of whom are still active. The program, in charge of Hazel, Pearle and Bettye, was tape recorded. The three-tiered birthday cake was sprinkled with shamrocks and topped with an Irish lepricon. Place cards of shamrocks and streamers of green philodendrum, intermingled with cellophane strips, completed the St. Patrick's Day motif. St. Pqt.and Ste. Patricia were named last evening at the Engineer's banquet given in the Dark Bowl. They are James Bowen of Perryville and Sterling Cooley of Tulso. This morning the chemistry wing of the Engineers' Building was dedicated and this afternoon open house is being held, after which St.'Pat and Ste. Patricia will reign at the annual Engineers' Ball, beginning at 8:30 o'clock in the Student Union Ballroom. For the music lovers, the best has been offered this week in Fayetteville what with Jose Iturbi and his sister appearing at the Field House. Last night the Cincinnati Symphony Concert was heard by all those having a season ticket of the Community Concert Association, either last season or this year. It was a full house that heard the 85-piece orchestra Two Students To Represent U.A. At West Point Two students In advanced ··uries In H.O.T.C. hnvc been selected to represent 4he University ·t Ihe observance of the scsqui- ecntcnnlal of the United Stales Military Academy at West Point on April -24 to 27, it was announced today by Provost Joe E. Covlngton and Col. Henry Neilson, professor of military science and tactics nt the University. The students were selected upon Invitation from the superintendent of the Military Academy, ·The students named for the trip tiro Robert W. Newell of Diaz, who l,i taking advanced work In Infantry, and Richard D. Pryor, Frcdonia? K»n., who It In the Signal Corps. . Newell is a junior student in the College of Engineering and is a member of Sigma Chi social fraternity and Theta Tau, honor engineering fraternity. Pryor in a junior student in Education, a member-of Kappa Sigma social fraternity, and is co-captain of the 1952 football team. Two other students were selected as alternates. They are Bonnie J. McCoy of Dermott, of the In-| fantry, and Glenn T.' Feilke of| Stuttgart, of the Signal Corps. McCoy, a junior in the College of Engineering, is secretary of Theta Tau fraternity. Fcilkc is a junior in the College of Business Administration. The engagement of Miss Doris Jean Wilkes (upper left) to Paul Kemper Johnson, son of Dr. and Mrs. Walter L. Johnson of Fayclte- villc, is announced by her parents, the Hcv. and- RTrs. Stanley E. Wilkes of Houston, Texas. Miss Martha Harlan (lop center) is engaged to William Pritchctt Morgan of Atlanta, Ga,, as announced by her parents' Mr. and Mrs. Grady Harlan. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Curry announce the engagement of their granddaughter, Miss Bobbie Jean Curry (upper right) to Jimmy January, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. January.- Bob's Photo. (Lower left) The wedding of Miss Lorraine Mason, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Mason, to Joe Walsh, son ot M'r. and Mrs. Charles Walsh of Rogers, was an event of March 7, in Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tickncr nre shown (lower r i g h t ) ) , following thiMr wedding March 1, at the home of the bride in Springdale. She is the former Miss Dorothy Barnott.-Mcriobcrls Photo. Upon arrival at West Point, the students will be integrated into the student body for the duration of their stay. They will cat at the cadet mess, attend classes with them, sleep in cadet quarters, and take part in cadet formations. Their transportation to and from West Point will be paid from government funds as a part of their training. Premed Day On Campus Of U.A. Is Planned To promote a better understanding- of pre-medical education, Pi Mu Delta, premedical association of the University, will sponsor a Prcmed- Day on the campus on April 10. All interested high school students in the state, their parents, educational advisors, premedical students and educators, medical educators and members of the medical profession are invited, to attend. Overnight housing facilities will be arranged- for persons who write to PS Mu Delta, room 218, Chemistry Building, Univer- ;ity of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bystrom and children, Keith Neville and Billy, of North Platte, Neb., are guests Lhis weeltencl of Mr. and Mrs. -.eonard Greenhaw. They are en- route to St. Petersburg, Fla. Vows Said In Springdale Miss Dorothy Barnctt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. L, I3arnett, who live near Springdalci and Jack Tickncr, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Tickner of Kansas City, Mo., were married Saturday afternoon, March 1, at the home of the bride's parents. Robert D. Barnett, brother of the bride, was the officiating minister. Vows were pledged before a mantel decorated with pink and while gladioli. Traditional wedding music was ' p 1 a y ed throughout the ceremony, which included "I Love You Truly" 1 and "Because." The bride wore a street length dress of baby blue, fashioned on princess lines and navy accessories. Her flowers were a corsage of pink rosebuds. Miss Pearl .Barnctt, sister o£ the bride, was maid of honor. She. wore a gray suit with navy blue accessories and a corsage of white carnations. John Abel served the bridegroom as best man. Only relatives and a few friends were present for the occasion. A reception was given soon after the wedding, at the home of the oridc's parents. M rs. John Abel presided at the (able. Mrs. Tickner is a former em- ploye in the business office of the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company in Fayetteville, and Mr. Tickncr is a graduate of the University school of law. They will make their home i n . K a . s a s City, where he is employed. Martha Harlan Engaged To Wm. Morgan Mr. and . Mrs. Alonzo Gracly Marian of FaycHeville, announce :hn engagement of their daughter, Miss Martha Mae Harlan, to Wiliam Pritchott Morgan, ;;on of Mrs. Smilie ·' Pritchott Morgan of At- anta. Ga., and Henry Strickland Morgan of Washington, D. C. Miss Harlan is r. graduate of the Univerpily, where she was a member of Pi Beta Phi Sorority. Morgan is the grandson of the Into Mr. and Mrs William Priichcll of Dublin, Ga., and of the late Mr. ·md Mrs. James Morgan of At- anta. He attended the Georgia School of Technology and Emory Jniversity of Atlanta. He served n the Navy during World War II ind is now engaged ns an engineer with Lockheed at Atlanta. The wedding will take plncc Tune 1, at the Central Prcsby- crian Church, here in Fayctle- villc. Bobbie Jean Curry Engaged To Wed - Mr. and Mrs. J; O. Curry, 000 Jorth College Avenue, announce he engagement of their grand- laughter, Bobbie Jean Curry, to "imm.v January, son of Mr. and drs. W. II. January of 503 Forrest Avenue. Miss Curry nnd Mr. January ire former graduates of Fnyettc- ville High School, ;mcl he is now a student in the School nf Busi- icss Administration at the Uni- ·ersity. Wedding plans arc Incomplete nd will be announced at a Inter late.--Bob's Photo. IN APPRECIATION We, the members of the Ministerial Alliance, wish to express publicly our appreciation to all the grocers of Fayetteville who are now closing their stores on Sunday. This includes both those who cooperated so splendidly in agreeing to close recently, and also those who have never opened their stores because of personal convictions. Respectfully, The Members of the Fayetteville Ministerial Alliance Wilkes-Johnson Wedding Planned Formal announcement has been made by (he Rev. and Mrs. Stan- Icy E. W.'" cs of Houston, Texas, of the engagement nnd approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Doris Jean Wilkcs.'to Paul Kompcr J-jhnson, son ot Dr. and Mrs. Walter L. Johnson ot the First Bsiptlsl Church in Fayette- villp. Miss' Wilkes has Invited Mrs, W. C. McCna of Shrevcpori, La., to be her matron of honor. Brlss- malds will be Miss Carolyn Smith and Miss Dorothy Clcndening, both of Dallas, Texas, and Ml, Kathleen Johnson,. Miss Patricia Porter of Dubach, La., cousin of the bride, v;lll lie flower girls. Doctor Johnson will attend his son as best man and Bob Nunnelly of Faycllovillc, Tom Landers of North Little Rock, nnd Stanley Wilkes,. Jr., of Houston, will be groomst :cn. ' Miss Wilkcs is a graduate of BjTd High School in Shrevcpori, La., and Baylor University in Waco, whore she was a member of Alpha Chi and Sigma Tau Delta. Mr. Johnson graduated from Philadelphia, Miss., High School nnd Oklalio'ma Baptist University, w h c r j ho was a member of the Bison Glee Club, lie is now doing graduate study at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary In Fort Worth, Texas. The couple w i l l make (heir home In Fort Worth, following their marriage. O.E.S. Club Entertained By Mrs. Pearl Keaton The O. E. S. Social Club met with Mrs. Pearl Keeton, 609 Storer Street, Thursday night with Mrs. Rertia McGchce, Zctta Dover. Junnila Cherry and Nena Cooper is co-hostesses. Door prize' was won hy Mrs. Grace Blankcnship and the mys- Icry package by Mrs. Keeton. Games were played and refreshments served, following the business cession. Listen Every Sunday KBRS Sprinqdale, 1340 K.C.--6 to 6:30 P.M. KFSA Fort Smith--1 to 1:30 P.M. KRMG Tulsa, Okla.--2 to 2:30 P.M. New Kind of Radio Preaching ' THE CHURCHES OF CHRIST GREET YOU WITH The HERALD of TRUTH OVER THE ABC RADIO NETWORK . Don't Take, Someone Elto's Word For What The Church of Chfijl Teaches Worship With Us At Corner of Center Locust Sts., In Fayetteville Inrasllgali for yourself ind you will io wg r.rt Idfnllcal with lh« church In fwr N*w Teilamnn!. Phono 2731 or I3I9J The University Women's Club was entertained by wives of the College ot Pharmacy, the department of Military Science and Tactics, and the Air Corps ROTC. at a mooting yesterday in the Faculty Clubrooms. A' St. Patrick's day theme wa« carried out in the table decorations. While gladioli and green tinted snapdragons were arranged in an oval bowl, the sides of which were formed of dark green shamrocks. Dark green candles flanked the- arrangement. T h e . c o l or scheme was f u r t h e r carried out In lime punch and individual cakes decorated with shamrocks, Mrs. Earl Houk and Mrs. E. C. Christiansen served. Miss Helen Hughes, assistant in public relations at 'the University, acted as moderator for a group of. foreign students In a roundtablc discussion. The subject, "Problems of Leisure," was discussed by Miss Hclma Janls- chowsky of Austria, Miss Sheila Brown of England, and Gunthcr Gottchnlk of Germany. Differences and plrnilnrltiOH In taste between stu-Jcnts in other countries.and the United States were brought out in relation to dancing, individual and spcctn' sports, walking, reading, movies and conversation The hostess committee included Mrs. Henry Nollson, Mrs. Chrls- tlanson and Mrs. Ray Alford. cochairmen, and Mrs. Houk,- Mrs. Frederick Moscly, Mrs. R. D Barker, Mrs. R. O! Bnchman, Mrs. John Hcnncbergcr, Mrs. George parsons, Mrs. Cyrus B. Vance and Mrs. George Dawcs. Ladies Aid Meets At Knowles Home · T h e ' W a l n u t Grove Ladles Aid met with Mrs. W. E. Knowles Wednesday, for a covered , dish unchcon. There were 12 members pres'cnl, The scripture reading Was given jy Mrs. C, E.Shafer, taken from the look of St. Mark. Prayer wa» led y Mrs. Bob Giles,- Minutes were read by Mrs. Glen 'Giles and an article on "hldticn taxes" was given by Mrs. Russell Late. "The changing weather!' was, given by Mrs. Clyde Newell. ' After the discussion' and disposal of business, Mrs, Max Late had charge of the. social program; She gave a poem on "If everyone were just like me, what would this world be?" and one on "building a bridge for him." Mrs. Clyde Newell and Mr«. Kenneth Carncs received the game prizes and Mrs. Shelter received the mystery package. A gift shower was given for the hostess. The next meeting will be held April 0, with Mrs. Fred Templeton. Mrs. Bob Giles will h»v« charge of the social program.. Good Neighbors .Work : OIT Friendship Quilt-: The Good Neighbors Club met with Mrs. Nellie Cox Thursday for an all day quilting of a Friendship quilt. Those present were Bonnie Becks, Aruora Ezcll, Lottio Boyd, Vinnlc Blew, Vay Cox, Eula Billings, Francos Patton, Rosewood Allison, Mary Lcdbetter, Velmi Burson, Sldrn Thomas, OlllcOavIs, Belle Green, Catherine Jack and Erma Lee Becks. Mystery packages wore received by Avrora Ezcll and Sldra Thomas. . The next meeting will be at the home of Rosewood Allison, April 3. U.A. Social Newt ;··· * . '· -1 Kappa' Kappa Gammi jdrdfity at the University his Installed new officers. . Edith Ann Heiidrix, Horatio, Is president; Sharif Smith, Wynne, vice president; Join Nyc, Fort Smith, treasurer; Nancy Harris, C'ottcyvillc, .Can., loclal chairman; Helen Turner. Sejlgman, Mo., house chairman, and Ruth Anne Scott, Little Rock, scholarship chairman. Newly-elected officer! of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority at the Unl- I'trsity arc: Gloria Flow°r.l, Marlanna, president; Jane Smallwood, Kuuollvlllo. vice president; Sara Priddy, Russellvillo, corresponding secretary; Suzsnno Bryan,-Fort Smith, treasurer; Dolores Clark, Tcxarkana, social chairman; and Norma Jean Stubbleficld, Fayette- vinc, rush chairman.. Charles Jones,' University «iv- dcnt from Fort Smith, has'been elected head of the University Civic Club for the year 1052-53. Other officers of the service organization are: Jake Sharp, Fayetteville, v i c e president; Patty Murphy. Fort Smith, secretary, »nd Bob Jenkins, Fayetteylllc, treat-, urcr. · Pi Phis Plan Initiation-Dinner '·'.. PI Beta Phi.- will-have formal initiation tomorrow evening .it tbc chapter -house. Mrs. Swing iack- son will be honorary Initiate. She was the former Mls» Arlene Mitchell of Little Rock. Initiate: include those from Fayetteville, Ann Barrett, · girl with high point average, Miry Kay Huntlngtpn, Carolyn Rhode* ' and Lorna Stokenberry. . Following the ccremonlei, there will hie"-*' |"cookie, shine" dinner, for Initiates, active members «i.d Pi' Phi a'lui/mae." Used by thousands In nducbui diets--Junge'i Roman Mul btmt. 11-tf-tf % GALLON Vmilli ke Crem Me ^·WnM 9 , SALE 50 o OFF CtU W«T» fe MackaM III tar M-4II tar f Ml m Mr H* · 7W Cuitamtra R«p««t M NOW HER! IT IS CharUs AnUll Formula 9 and Shampoo -- both conlainino; luelto mi kormonn. E«t M» ·( Squaw ROARING SAGA OF MEXICO'S TIGER OM A WHITE HORSE! "MEL ROSE"' 136.7$ for one 6'piece plice-ietli'np including Fed. Tn A plice-ietting Includei knife, fork, tenpoon, lilid fork, hulter ipreider, uii crcim toup spoon. Intrieiie carvings on i quiint' old rotcwood chiir in Melrose Mansion it historic Natchez, Mississippi inspired · Gorham designer ID create "Mclrose"*. Here ii a iler!in( pattern ol s u b s t a n t i a l w e i g h t whoso warmth and richness of design lecalli the romantic settings ot America's gly plantation m. The mansion's columu suggested the artistic theme (or ill h i n d l c , . . the plush chain in full center panel... the larish decorations its majestic booty. See "Melrose", symbol of. plantation days designed far mti- ern living, it our Mort iWif. P.S. Aik to ice Ihe eicliiiv* Cathaa Sleiliitf one-piece, drit-rniiliM tulft

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