Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 18, 1952 · Page 2
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 18, 1952
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* MfMlfHiifattf atMtAlliatAt ftMM · tfTr~^ · ·wwinw»pi . HHMnnvMv *HnvV| Tiwtatay, Ntardi II, Ifil iHNIinilMNHiniHIMIIHIHIMIMHIIHIIIIIIJlHllllli ·fi Daily Calendar of Events Tonight. . . . Northwest Arkansas Scottish Rite Club, Washington Hotel, 7 Naval Reserve Composite Unit, Eaton Building, 7 Sportsmen's Club, Clubhouse, 7:30 Ladles Night, Sacully Club, 7:30 O;E. S., Maronic Hall,'5:30 . 806th Military Government Group, 1124 West Center, 7:30 Delia Sigma-Mothers Club, Mrs. W. B. Carmichacl, 7:30 Child Study Group, Mrs. Victor Walts, 8 Wednesday Exchange Club,.Ferguson's, 12 Outlook Literary Club, Mrs. W, A. Fowler, 3 .Dee Gee Club, 4, ' ' Naval Reserve Electronic Company 8-8 Drill, Eason Building, 7 University Law Wives, Student Union, 7:30 . · Delta Sigma, Hugh Klncalri, 7:30 Kappa Alpha Phi, 45 Ea'st Rock, 7:30 SMl.lh Volunteer Air Force Reserve Training Squadron, 7:30' Army Reserve, 112',4'Wcst Center, 7:30 Military Order of Purple Heart, VKW Hall. 7:30 University Lodge U. D., Masonic Hall, 7:30' "The Art of China,"'Art Center Lecture Room, 7:45 , 100F Hall, B ' General Platoff Don Cossack Chorus. To Sing , The General Platoff Don Cos- jack Chorus and dancers will appear at ihe University Field House · at a-p.'m, April 2, under dltcction of'Nicholas Kostrukoff; The Cossacks sang their first concert together. 22 years ago .In the Cathedral of Prague, Ctccho- ' Slovakia. Since then they hnvc toured all five continents, The chorus first came to the United States in 1939, to the San Francisco Exposition, and has been here ever since except for .two. long overseas tours, to sing for American troops. All members are now American citizens, and some fought during the second World War in the 0. S. Army. .The program will be open to . by Mien Tanta Llzer T h i s w e e k Johnson's at 2 N; B l o c k , ar showing the: A ' H. Jacobs Coun try .House dollcc tlon of wallj w i t h 'matchth f a b r i c s . T h e *come' In Calic and Country Garden; 4 prlnts «r alto in plaint: tones. *!rhese ai identical in coloring and pattern and the use of both wallpaper an fabric together make a very s 1 tractive decorating theme. Yes and'too, they have, the'matchin paint for'Woodwork in the nc\ rubberized · satin finish at onl, J4.JW pet gal. . ·: Boys will b boys,; but they w i l l be belle ; i dressed y o u n . Mdi-if you trea them . !o Twig boys Wear found at P«irl Lee's Here is the epl tome of perfection for little boys who wear sizes from -2 lo 6.-Twigs have a knack of tailoring boys clothes in a verj masculine yet very adorable man- ner.-These-stylos come In Batons tusomcs, topcoats, .jackets'.' ant jlffyaHs · ,, · . - . a n d - t h e fabrics wll wear like « bear. What's 'more they're washable,, crease-resistant and spot-resistant. Bring junior to Purl LM Children's Wt.r. He'll have'the time of *U life trying on his new spring wardrobe. Ask for Twigs.. C u t e as the E a s t e r bunny ' h i m s e l f . . . color" ful as Easter eggs . . . the happiest, m o s t - colorful I ' little Easter Bonnets Wall can be ,,. ,, , . . f o u n d In the Children's .Department at the Boston Store. The dainty straw rollers..and- bonnets trimmed-In flowers or ribbons' should flnd'iti place'on any'little girls shining curls and in her heart. And so small boys can also walk proudly In the Easter parade' If they have Cotton Gabardine caps made of the flmwt fabric available in brown and navy to match his suit. While you are there you might ask to sre the cute Plissc gowns with dolllc night gowns to match. Luce trimmed In maize pink, green, or blue- In sizes 4-6-8 Fashion hits its best stride this spring i n - t h e more than beau- llful accessories, i G o i n g through } Silrermari's this week one couldn't help oohlng arid aahlng over the m a n y unusual . . . , ' " l i t t l e thing!," that make any costume successful. ... Hand-some beyond comparison "!« Ui*. (Sieves . . . Handoe glovos with delicate embroidered cufls adjustable too, In navy or Chamois, Nylon trimmed in nylon luce; ruffle* or puff cuff, White Handoe flovea Wmmed in linen . . . and the lilac color you've been.ajklnf for. · · . . . . . . . While you're actwsory shopping dont foriet lo look at the m n n v atyle* of bell*, straws with flowers or bead trim .... last but not Icnst . of any wardrobe , , . nylon hose · with '.the colored hftel« o sought after by all the ladln . . . In **vyj black or brown. the public. University students will-be admitleo. will, student activity tickets, and an admission fee will be charged others. Lambda Chi Alpha District Conclave Opens Here Friday Approximately 150 ' delegates and guest*, representing in chapters of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity, will arrive In Faycttevillc Friday, for the Annual Southwestern Dlstr'icl Conclave. Schools represented w.ill be the University, Louisiana Tech, L. S. U., Ccn- Icnary, Texas University, S. M. U., Tulsa University, Oklahoma A. and' M., Oklahoma City University, and the University of Oklahoma. The conclave will open with registration Friday morning and a smoker Friday night. Saturday's activities w'ill include 'Informal dlaciiMlon groups followed by the general assembly. /. banquet and formal (Jance will cllma: the conclave, Guest speaker for the banquet will' be Dr. Houston T. Karnes, grand high Alpha of the fraternity. Dr. Karnes is also head of the mathematics department at If S. U. Sigma Omicron Alumnae Meel Wilh Mrs. Kcrr Alumnae- members of Sigma Omicron chapter.'of Sl«ma : Alpha Iota,.- national.'professional mUs fraternity, met last night wit MM. Fred Korr. Mrs. Vcra Green president, presided, Miss Jan Lester, president nf the acttv chapter, was .n guest, . ; Plans were niarie for a coopcra live, concert tea, to be held at th Fine Arts'Center April 27. A-rum mage sale will also be held 1 April,:. , . The.St. Patrick's mollf was car ried out,.and refreshments wer served' by. the hostess. The nex meeting yvill be April.21. Sonata To Be Heard In Recital March 20 .·the-first Fayettevlllc -perform ah'ce of Sonata In C by Hlnde given during a so nata recital presented at 8 p. m March 20, In the University Con :erl Hall by Sue,Green, violinist nd DJjby Bell, pianist. The Hind mltn sonata, composed in 1938 V. the'laical of three violin anc ilano sonatas written by the amous contemporary composer.- Miss Wessell To Wed Robert Davis, Jr. Dr.-and Mrs. M. S. Wessell o Hiawatha, Kan., announce the ap proaching marriage of the! daughter, Miss Marilyn Westell to Robert' Davis. Jr., «on of Mr and:Mrs. Robert C. Davis of E Dorado.. Miss Wessell 'resides at 218 North Church Street and is employed at the University In the office of Dr. Dwig'nt Iscley. Mr Davis is a senior at the'Univer- sity, majoring In geology. The wedding will bo conducted Friday in the home of Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Frey, M Ranch Drive, by the Rw. Marius J. Llndioff. rector of St. Paul's Episcona'l Church. . Kitchen Shower Given For Miss Fidler P'rairib Grovc-ISpeciali-First of a series of bridal showers planned for Miss. Mary Elizabeth Fidler bride-elect of Troy Wayne Cox, was Riven Friday night, following the regular .monthly meeting of the Order of Eastern Star In the Masonic Hall. The .hall's unll-rwim, wllh its large sign "Bargain Basement." was filled with counters marked "5"-" 10" and 2S cents, held the shower . of - kitchen sifts, from members of the chapter. I n ' t h e dining room the grceji a n d . w h i l e St. Patrick's Day theme was carried out In-the table decorations. Cake and coffee were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Joe Parks, Mrs. Claude Nation, Mrs. fi. C. Lane and Miss Ethel Specd- lln. Brownie Troop 41 Reports Activities i Concluding a series of Girl Scout t.roop reports is one turned In by Brownie Troop 41 of Jefferson School: Brownie Troop 41 was formed nt Jefferson School at the beginning of the school term, last fall. Twenty-one girls were present st the first meeting. Although a few of these have dropped out of the troop, the. average .attendance is Skating Party Given For Junior Group A group of young people from the fifth and sixth grides of Washington School were entertained Saturday afternoon with a skating parly, given by Carolyn Lewis and Charlotte Wauoner at the skating rink, The group of approximately 35 boys and girls were chaperoned by mothers nt the hostesses, Mri. lleydon Lewis and Mrs. Tex Wag- Weather Is Subject Of ROTC Talks At UA Two guest speakers visited the Air Force ROTC classes Monday, and d e l i v e r e d lectures on ''Weather." Major Tlddy, of the 2059 Air Wcallicr Wing, Tinker Air Force Base, told of the "Or- janization of the Air Weather ervice." Lt: Col, Bounds, of the Sishlh Air Force Strategic Air Command, Carswell Air Force iasf, spoke on "Weather and its Effects on Air Force.Operations." Mri, Loran Maples ind chll. dren, Connie and viefc't, of Sweetwater, TIMS, arrived Sunday to visit her parents, Mr. anO Mrs. Glenn Hlcketts. · . Sam E. Gcarhart of the TIMES will attend an executive uinner- mecting of the Boy Scouts of America, Westark Council, tonight at (1:30 o'clock »t the Goldman Hotel, in Fort Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thomson- of Springflelj, Mo., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kerr over the weekend. While here they attended the Delta Gamma banquet Saturday night ·( the chapter house. . Ernest Godfrey of Rogers is representing this district at the second annual convention of the Arkansas Cleaners and Dyers Association at Little Bock, today and tomorrow in the Marion Hotel. Mississippi Sludents. Visit UA Campus The Livestock Judging class rom Mississippi State College, itarksville, Miss., visited the Uni- ·crsity campus over the weekend vhile en route to Oklahoma City, Okla ( George Reid, coach of the udging Team, gave high tribute o the University's herds and ^ocks. The class practiced judg- rig two classes each of cattle, heep anrt hogs. They will partici- late in a contest'nt the Southwestern Fat Slock Show in Okla- iqma City, Tuesday. 'ersonals Mrs. Larry Bird has returned rom visiting her parents, Mr. and .Irs. E. G. Hopkins, in Kansas City, Mo. What's New for Baby? Plenty. Every day n e w drug products are being developed 16 keep . Boby imlling. When your phy- ·Ician suggests them for you, be a i s u red you'll find them her* In our friendly pharmacy, 00 W. DkkMr,. Mmnt 3000 18. The girls had a Christmas parly at Wiggins Church just before school was dismissed for the Christmas holidays. Mrs. Nell Pederson taught, folk dancing to the group and last Tuesday, an inveslilure service was held in the school auditorium. Mothers of the Brownies were guests.. Members who hnve been In the troop since Its formation a"e: Mary Alice Boyd. Carol Rose Budd, Charlcnc Collins, Linda Sue Counts,'..Mary Ellen. Counts, Barbara Courtney, V.'aynle'Mae Griffin, Carolyn Su: Harvey, Clara Janelle McDaus Nancy Mason, Sharon Simpson, Betsy Wages, Cheryl Whiilock, Janet Wv'll-. J u d i t h Wylle, Frankie Sue Davis and Linda Shaffer. Mrs. Jack Budd and Mrs. Everett W-hillock arc troop leaders. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Edmiston, Mr. and Mrs. Jere Block and Mr. nd Mrs. Peter Harkins returned his'weekend from New Orleans, La., where they have been for the past week. Dr. Fount Richardson returned Friday from a trip tj New Orleans. Others In 'Jew Orleans last w e e k were Dr. and. Mrs. Loycc Hathcock, who made the Natchez Pilgrimage and tour of Bcllingrath Gardens. While In New Orleans, Doctor Hathcock atlcnd- cd the New Orleans Graduate Medical Assembly. CARDUI MMTaiT (MMft OIMHI ar Lin . Elder A. D. Stuckey, pastor o( Ihe Calvary Baptist Church, left yesterday f o r . Wewoka, Okla svhcre he will take part in a revival with the Missionary Baptist Church and its pastor, Elder Darst. Mrs. W. E. N. Phillips returned yesterday from attending district meetings of the Arkansas Federation of .Women's Cldbs in Hardy, Fort Smith, Te:;arkana, Helena, Little Rock and Warren. ' Mr. and Mrs. M. S.. Watts have purchased and moved into the former home of Mr. and Mrs Glenn Ricketts, located at the corner of Gunter and Walnut streets. Mr. and Mrs. Ricketts have moved into their new home at 1013 Vandeventer Avenue. Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Fowler, accompanied by Jacqueline Solet, returned this weekend from a trip to New Orjeans, where'Dr. Fowler attended the New. Orleans Graduate Medical Assembly.- Mrs. Fowler and Miss Solet went from New Orleans to Natchez, Miss., for the Pilgrimage of Anli-Bellum homes and to Mobile, Ala., where they toured Bellingrath Gardens and the Azaliat Trail. , More Returns In On School Election Bentonyille-(Sp'ecial)-r. e t u rns from' Gentry and Bayless, two polling places which had 'not reported- yesterday "morning, showed today that they pretty v/ell 'went a l o n g - w i t h other Benton County districls in voting the school election Saturday. At G e n t r y , a n increase -from 30 lo 34 mills carried 58 to I. Clcgg Ralcliff, who was unopposed for a board position, polled 69 votes. At Bayless, one of the polling places in rural district Mo. 1, the vole was 11 for and 12 against retaining the present 43-mill levy. However, the .total vole in the dis-' tri'ct favored-retaining the mill- age 193 to 97. Charles Eldred polled 15 votes for director. H .vas unopposed. · The final vote for a five-yea term as school board'director in he Bcntonville district is Phclp 370, .Rife 230. . . Mmim At Confederate Horn Approved By Judge Little nock-(/PJ-Removal of baiixlte ore from the Arkansas Confederate Home at nearby Sweet :iome was approved yesterday by-Pulaski Chancery Judge Guy E. Williams. ' However, Chancellor Williams ordered that no mining be done Alice's Beauty Shop MOW UP TOWN 7'/4 E. MT. ST. Firm. Latest Styles Reasonable Pricn 620 or S331 Evanlngs within 200 feet of the home before April 1, 1953, and that no done within 80 feet of the home until residents obtain adequate housing elsewhere. Th Million Repeat Customers Demanded Irl NOW HERE IT IS Charles Antejl Formula 9 and Shampoo -- both containing lanolin tmt hormonti. Ecnt Sid* of Squ Miss Catherine McHugh, assistant professor of music at the University, will attend a 'meeting of the Music Educators National Ccnference March 20-22 in Phila-' delphia, Pa. Theme of the meet. Ing will Le "music in American education." Miss McHugh, who. Is state chairman of the organization, will appear in a panel' dis. cussion: St.Josepn « WIEY CM HT. 1 Norma's Beauty Shop SALE 50% OFF Cold War. k Machine 111 tar II--III Ifr I7.H tH tar 111 ut II call II] Ut W. MMKtell Double SH Green Stomp Day Wednesday, March 19 '/3 Off !/2 Off '/3 Off '/3 off B LAMPS I/ I/ ~rr Bedroom and Living Room /3" 72 Off Plui A F«w Other Item* Alto Reduced 2 SETS -- 52-PC. SET CHINA Req. $66.00 1 SET EARTHENWARE DISHES R.g. $49.50 LINENS Handblocked MADEIRA BRIDGE SETS B LAMPS 25 N. BLOCK 17 J ELGIN 10K Gold Filled $5QOO $1 Down $1 a Week 5 DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RING Similar to Illustration $ 185 oo 1 Year to Pay Fraternal Emblem RING 10K Gold SMART COOKS LOOK TO AN AUTOMATIC GAS RANGE FOR TASTIER BETTER COOKING Sit YOU* GAS APPLIANCE DIALER ARKANSAS V "He/pmg Build North and Wesf Arkansas Jill- -nln

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