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March 17, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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I MNimmiHHIINIIIIIIHtlMMIIUIIIIIIMIHIIMIIIHIIIIl Announced MM. KATHUIN DOllU 'MNIHHIIIIIINniHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiiiiilMlilllMiililllMMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIMIMii; · Daily Calendar of Events f ~ ^ ~ ~ ' ! -- ! --'·--· : -^Tonight ....". JJJ SlClubj Ciubroom, 7'iOO' - Firmlnflon Lodge, Farmlnfton Maionlc Hill,' 7:30 rtyetteVllIe Lodfe 740, Masonic Hill, 7:30 Stirnp Collectors Club, Civic Clubropm, 7:30 · Sigma Alpha loU Alumni, .Mrt. Frid Kerr, 7:30 Great. Books Oroup, Miss Julia, Vaux, 7:30 '^Tuesday--. . . iloht.Club, Ferguson's, 12 . . · " ' klwinU Club','-Washington Hotel, 12 W Phi Mother! Club, Mrs.-Paul Barrett, 1:30 Delta Gamma Mother! Club, Chapter House, 1:30 Current Book'.Group, Mrs. Charles Byeri, 2:30 Northwest; Arkansas Scottish. Kite Club, Washington Hold, 7 Naval Reserve Composite Unit, Kason Building, 7 Sportsmen's Club, Clubhouse, 7:30 Ladles Night, Saculty Club, 7:30 -0, K.S., Masonic Hall,-7:30 !06lh Military Government Group, 1121,4 West Center, 7:30 Delta Sigma'Mothers Club, Mrs, W. B.'Cnrmlchael, 7:30 Child Study Group, Mrs. Vlclor Wutis, II MissO'Kelly Engaged To ..'Mfi. Edwin' 6'kclly announces . the engagement of her daughter' Maty' Patricia, io .Wllllom Howard '.Gail, ton of Mr. and Mrs, William .B. .Oai» of Warren, Ohio. The eddlng will Uke : place In Fay- ttWvllle,-- during the early part of lUmmer. /; -' ' v Miss O'Keliy Is a graduate of the University and of Southern Methodist University In Dallas, Texas. She is a member of Kappa Kappa , Gamma, sorority, of Phi Beta Kappa and Mortar Board. ,.. ; Mr, Gass who.ls. an Instructor In the department of .ihllonAphy of' Wnoster College at Woosler, Ohio, Is a graduate of Kehyon College and has worked on his doctorate at Cornell University. fit served three and a half years during the war, .having been «n ensign in the Navy. He was com- miinlcatlona . officer on .the .USS Faiadena a n d ' w a i on the staff of the. .commander of the Seventh Fleet. . . ^^_,_ Memorial Association To Name President Mi 8. J, S. Bates Is not president of the Southern Memorial Association as announced In the Friday Issue of the TIMES, and a new president will be turned later to tuccted the retiring president, Mri. L. B, Uhl. Land-Pratt Vows Said Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Prnlt nn nounce the marriage of thel daughter, Dsryl, to Thomas Ernes Land, son of .Mr. and .Mrs. Ear Land The marriage was an even of December 31, In Fort Smith. Mr. and Mrs Land arc boll tcnlorii In the Fayettevllle hlgl school and are making their hom here .'until their graduation thl spring.. He lit also employed with his father at Land's Grocery on North College Avenue. . · " -i Garden Club Meets Aj Horiie Of Mrs. Barnhart The March meeting of liic Fny ettevlllc Garden Club began the clubls c.urrcht year, at a mecllnR Wednesday in the homo of Mrs Ritlph Barnhart,' -with a eoopcl-a tlVe 'luncheon; Mrs." Watts and Wrs.,.Morlweathcr were assls'tnn' hostwses ··':.,.':'"-. · . . · · . - · ? . ' · ' After the' guests ·Inspected the lew home of the hostess . a n d uhchoon was served, the business neetlng was hold, 'Mrs. Clint Waldcn, president, presided. The main business for the afternoon was an nnnouncomont- of irograms for the following year, y MnvDclbert Swartz, chnlrmnn if the program.committee, Following the business meeting, Urs. .Vera Wndc, guest spcnkcr, alkcd on "balance fintl hurmony n in-ranging flowers." She emphasized that ntiy nrrBngoment shoultl be miltable to the typo of house, ho place 1 where it is to be used, md the container should be-juitcd o the material. Chicken wire cnn c cut and bent -for satisfactory lower holders and may bo shaped nto R 'Inll cone for a miniature "WWA ZAPATA" A Scratn Exp«ri«net You'll N«v«r Forget! . . . o leva that will ntv«r dial Announcements rtiss Poffly Jo Hnglcr's engogcment til Leo George Plerron; son o i's. Aria Picrron nnd the late L.- A. Picrron of Little Rock, is an- lounccri hy her parcnti, Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Hiiglcr of Hickory Bidgc irk. MIcs'Httglcr l».a fitudent n t the University in Business Admin- .itration. Mr. I'lcrron Is a grndualc of Little Rock Junior College and s now A t t e n d i n g the University, majoring in business administration He served with the Navy in tne South'Pacific in. World War II. The vedding w i l l take place in early:fnll. (Bob's Photo). Christmas tree., ; Thoro were 21 members prcsen ind one guest, Mrs. Jamps Hal t. Pat's Parly Matures Dance And Dinner ·0 persons wits present for the S 0 persons was prespnt for the S J fU s dinner find dance, given Sal rriay . evening at . the Countr :iub. Hosts for the evening wer Wr.. nnd Mrs. .Inmea Smith, ,lr Mr. and Mrs. Clay Yoc and Mi nd Mi-s. Dill Adiiir. Jimmy McDonald .nnd his or hcstra provided music for th vening. Guest artist was Joe Cox rummr-r, from Scligman, Mo. Entei-tainmunL nt intprmissioi icludcd "bowling on the gi-ccn,' Yhlch was bowling with Irish po ntoc-s. Hugh Klncnld, Jr., fthc onn Sue 1 Wulkor wtirc^ featured in Apache dnnce for tlie flooi low. I Scout Troop 45 jells Most Cookies · OlrJ Scout Troop No. 45, with Urs. Hslph Sims as leader, sold ore Girl Scout cookies in the an unl Girl Scout cookie Bale, than ny other troop, It has been nn ounced. The troop sold 684 boxes Members of the troop and the -ndcr were guests of Manager oi-is Stnnton of the Ozark Thc- .cr at H showing or "Bcnri of the ivcr" in honor of the victory. Mrs. Hobcrt Sly and daughter, nn, o[ Memphis, Tenn., have nr- vcd here for a. two-weeks' visit th her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. . Kirkpatrick. COLLEGE T O D A Y You CAN enjoy the advantage! of a college education IF you start saving for it, now. Open an account here -- watch the mounting balance bring, college days closer and closer! IRST NATIONAL BANK FAYITTIVIUE, ARKANSAS Try-Out For Play Begins Tomorrow Frank McMullan, visiting director from Yale University, will hold try-outs for Shakespeare's "Merry Wives of Windsor," tomorrow, Wednesday and Thursday of this week, from 3 to 5 p.m., In the Studio Theater, 212B of Old Main. The play will be produced in UA Theater. April 22nd through the 2!!th. Townspeople, facultv members and their wives, as well ;is students are Invited to try-out for the play. The cast includes 10 speaking parts for · men, four speaking parts for women and a liirRe number of extras including singers and dancers. Mr. McMullen arrived In Fay- ottcville this morning. He is associate professor of play production in charge cf directing at Yale University and has been guest conductor at the Shakespearean Memorial Theater at Stratford on the Avon. He was the only American ever Invited to direct for the Shakespearean Festival there, tomemakers Class Entertained Mrs. Boy Yeager entertained the Homomakofs Class of the First Baptist Church, Thursday night at the home of her mother, Mr M. S. Grlgsby. i The'president of the class, Mr Wanda Loman, presided during th nisincss session. Mrs. Don Yar berry, led in the study of the thir and fourth chapters of the Boo o( Matthew. During the social hour, refrc.il ments wore served by the hostes nd n group picture was taken. A covered-dish luncheon at th lome of Mrs. Max Powell will b eld for the April mcetinn. -I. D. Meetings Scheduled For Week Meetings of the County Hom Demonstration clubs are schcd uled to meet this week as follows Monday,-Strickler, school house p. m., Gnlden Rule; Tuesday 1orrn\v, Mrs. Bill Nolan, 1:30 p , Victory, Civic Clubrooms, m., Oak ' Grove, Oak Grov Church, 11:30 a. m., Bethel Grove Community House, 11 a. m., Brusl Creek, Mrs. Hoxle Meal, 1:30 p. m lome Makers, Mrs. Turner Zick :30 p. in.;. Wednesday, Hhea, Mrs. Clifford iatthews, 2 p. m., Salom, Com lunity House, 2 p. m., Mt. Union (orne Grounds Leader Meeting Vomen's Civic Clubrooms, 1 p. m. hursday, Bradcn. Mrs. F. E rooks, Stoney Valley, Mrs. Mary rownlng, a l l - d a y , Bffaty, Hom Sconomics Building, 2 p. m., Valley View, Mrs. Wnnda England 2 p. m.; N Friday, Elm Springs, Mrs. Tommy Combs, 10 a. m., Sonora, Mrs John Vlllery, 1:30 p. m., Home Lovers, Mrs. Robert Knight, noon, Apple Blossom, Mrs. E. L, Pierce, 2 p. in., Buckncr, Mrs. Cordin Drake, noon, Lewis Taylor and family of Houston, 1 Texas, have returned homo nfter visiting here with his parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Taylor. "Monthly Pains" stopped or amazingly relieved In 1 tul ef 4 c«ei In aUtlori' tail 11 · Chances are you're putting up -- untiecesjnrllv--with the functionally caused pains, cramps and weak, ''no food" feeling! of menstruation! ' For, In actual test* by rtocwn. Lyflla Plnkham'n Compound brought complete or slrU-ho relief from tuch distress In 3 out of 4 of the caaesl Lrai«rin«Mni'elim«ternln Inaction; M an L;dlt (. rinkham'a Vniunle Compound--or Nftt, itnfftvt4 Tablata with aflitm iren. S»» It--takdn thtmiali tba raoith-li donti'l am r«ll*( from tun* baokMliti. Jltun--hflp fcrti »r Mtt«r «/ort ana turtnf jour r*n« or--II wi ·«'·« from fimctlor.il "Hi ftaahn" M "oninn (it nn." finl out nov ic«ti«fr/m rijilrliim'i (i /t/r thtt, t^9l' H kaa · *MM tH n ·IttlKMilrarllfiiauial D*Ua C»«mf Mothti : Club ; » The Delta Gamma Mothers Club will meet at the Chapter House, 1002. y/cst Maple street, t 1:30 p.m., · tomorrow for a deatert -party'.- Mrs. Charles Driver will be will be co-hostess. . ' Ordtr Of Eailtrn Slat · The Order of Eastern Star, will meet tomorrow mg'nt at 7:3( o'clock in th« Masonic Hall. ·(orthwtil Arkansas Seotliah Rile Club The Northwest Arkansas Scottish fiite-Club will have Its regular b; .monthly meeting tomorrow nigh at 7 o'clock in the Washingto Jiotel. All Scottish Rite Mason who have' not made reservations call Bob Maddox, telephone 44 by. 8 o'clock. :in the .morning. Marion Chapter, D.A.R. The Marion Chapter D.A.R. wi meet at the home of Mrs. R. D Baldwin, 4 East Lafayette Stree' Thursday at 2:30 p, m. tonight at 7:30 o'clock with Mr«. Maupin Cummingt, 325 Vand*- venter Avenue/ . Personals Mrs. Kenneth Teaedale Jeft yes- terday for her home in St. Louis, Mo., after a visit here with her mother, .Mrs.' Jay Fulbright and Mr.- and Mrs. Hal 'Douglas. 'Mrs. A. P. Stevens- returned yesterday from Natchez, Miss., where she made the annual Gar- den Club Pilgrimage of garden! and ante helium hornet. On her return trip, Mrs. Steveni itoppee the Community Concert presents- the Cmmunity Concert presentation of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. . . . Ladie« Nisht, Faculty Club Ladies Night at the Facult Clubrooms win be .tomorrow eve hing at 7:30 o'clock. Come fo dessert bridge and canasta. Green Valley Club Mrs. Allen Dowell will enter tain the Green Valley Club at he home tomorrow afternoon A\, · 2 o'clock. Outlook Literary Club The Outlook Literary Club wii: meet Wednesday at 3 p. m., with Mrs. W. A. .Fowler, 1500 Cleveland. Mrs.. Dellinger a n d , Mrs Kills will be in charge of the pro(ram on "Willa Gather," by David Daiches. . Fl Phi Mothera Club Pi Phi Mothers Club will meel Tuesday for dessert luncheon at :30 p. m., with Mrs. Paul Barrett, 230 Ozark. Mrs. Glenn Stoken- berry will be co-hostess, . Tri Delta Alliance The Tri Delta Alliance wi: meet Wednesday at 7:30 p. m., with Mrs. David J. Burleson, 426 lighland Avenue. It is urged that all members Attend. W.S.C.S., Memorial Church The W.S.C.S. of Wiggins Memorial Methodist Church will have business mcetlngi Wednesday at p. m., In the church basement. :hlld Study Group The Child Study Group will ncct tomorrow night at B oVlock rtth Mrs. Victor Watts, Univer- ity Heights. Mrs. Spencer Brown /ill have, the program on "Art or the Pre-School Child." odeo Amoclatlon Orf inflation All persons Interested In ; form- ng a Rodeo Association, are ask- d to meet at the Legion Hut, Vednesday at 7:30 p. m. MVET Auxiliary The AMVET Auxiliary will meet 1/w. .., Sulphur 'n Molasses You don't have lo b* a grandpo'.to remember sulphur 'n molasses;'but like other "witch doctor" cures sulphur 'n molasses has-practically vanished from the American scene. Why? Well, fortunately, there are ethics among drugflists who present safer and more effective 'wayj of keeping well. Demand, forces all drug stores to stock an amazing variety of health · products. One might be meant for you while another for someone else. You can be certain we put forth our best efforts to see that you, our customers, are sold the medicines, to your best interests. We'll help you all we'can, but, for your protection, we enter the field of prescription only to the point of compounding strictly according to your doctor's orders. We will guard your health' to the best of our ability. It is not merely because of our'friendship with the people of thii community; it's because also, that we feel the improved health.of a person is an implied recommendation. It Ij with a great amount of pleasure and personal pride that we acknowledge the patronage of our good customers over the past 13 years. In the future our aim will be to serve you newer and finer things-at the DRUG STORES. RICKETTS DRUG 13 Years... YOUR DRUGGIST 1M W. CENTER PHO NE 442 G ET SET for a happy surprise when you compare today's new car prices! Comparison proves Packard for '32 offers you tig-car benefits at medium-car cost.' Yes, if you are going to spend 12500 for a cir, then today's new Packard--at just a, few dollars more--is well within your reach. And the record over the years proves Packard costs less to own--for "Built like a Packard" means built» last! · Only Packard offora you thrilling Ultramatic*--the automatic drive that out- performs all others. Only Packard has Easamatic Power Brakes * for safer, quicker stops. With 4091 lea foot fressurt rtqitired. Packard's mighty Thunderbolt Engine is . the world's highest-compression ciglit. · Better in 70 w.yi for '32, Packtrd is engineered and precision-built to give you greater riding comfort, easier handling, smoother and quieter performance. · look at en* m*r* nrf Compare Packard ·gainst the field. Test it and you'll agree-Packard is today's top motor-car value! PACKARDroR'52 Costs Less ForWhatYou Get Than Any Other Car! ! 2648 1952 PACKARD "200" 4-DOOft SEDAN Delivered in Fayatteville $ ·Optional equipment, whin lidrwil! tir« (if ivailiblt), and state and local taitea (if my), «tra. Prices may »arr sliahtlr in nearby communitiel due to shipping charjM. Mart Than 13% Of AII Packard* Built Strut ISMAnStil ONLY PACKARD HAS ULTRAMATIC THE AUTOMATIC DRIVE THAT OUTPERFORMS THEM ALL! HrTHJoml tqu iprntm ·! run COM. **0r.ly P.ck.rd h.l Ultr*. **«.ck.rj fcuiMi ,,..! ,,. * * H.i,di.m. M. lrt. rf «. malic, the automatic drive that |l"«l Packard's Thunderbolt and fresh exterior calot com excels all others in smooth per- Engine, world's highest-corn- binations accent Packard's* formanct and dependability, pression eight, has up to 25% smart, low llnei. Stan are aa · * . * . , ' . , i '"'." w . otl " n « P»"' than widtasthecariihiah **N«w l.i.m.tlc f.w.t enjtines of comparable powerl * * . "^ lr*k«*«irefaster,easferstops tirrmtkmrl'i ailai It,, fZ! nlmt «·"»"!«'· suia, 29% less time to apply! gives you a'lUround'visibim" PacCard'°rne«n. B t a |«! la^Uilt ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE LYLE BRYAN MOTOR CO. 201 N, Block, Fipflevilrt, Ark, fe-^ 1

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