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Thunttey, March 10, WJ IIHIIIMMINmMIIHHXIHHIIHinmillllimiHIIHIIIIIIIIIIIimilHIIIIIIIIIII Bodeiy, m Â»Â· V. . MRS. KATHlttN DOZItR Â· iiiiiimiuiiHiiiiihiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiKiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini Â· Daily Calendar of Events Tonight .... , Junior Assembly, Keller Studio, 7 .-. * American Lesion Dinner, Legion Hut, 7 Jefferson-Bates P.T.A., Hates School, 7:IJ Â· Leverctt School P.T.A., Jjthopl Auditorium, 7:45 : Â· DJgby Bell-Sue. Green Accit^l, Art .Center Concert Hall, 8 Friday . , . Conlt-ct Cluh, Washington Hold, 7:,1U Â», m, Feyeltevllle Board Realtors, Kcrguson't-, 12 20th,Century Cluh, Mrs. Bruce Uolromb, 3 Engineering Faculty Wives Club, Faculty Clubrootns, 0;30. Washington Lodge One, Mn.sbhlc ilnll, 7 - Â·" ' Richard Ncutra Public Address, Art Center Concert Hull, I Bridge-Luncheon Entertains Guests '..-At Kearney Home Â·,Mrs. Vincent Kearney nnd Mrs John Jensen were hostesses Tuesday, afternoon. a't-,a brlrifje-luri.cl)' eon,.given at thi home -ol.'Mfs Kearney, on Rusli Drlvt...." .. Guests.were".served, at four individual tables, do'coralco'with a green and white ,'sijrlri'g v .motif Prizes 'for.-.bridge were w o n - b j Mrs. J.'vFij Hyjand, MM. Jnmes and Mrs. George Mrs. MJftk Tucjiif 'Tuesday with [ a cooperative-; dinner'servediVai ; noon, Â·-. THe afternoon" business 1 meetlni wai prwlded over by'-the vice president, r?rs .Norman Shipley, in")the. absence ofVMrj.'n. W. Crane, 1 president,';'. .'' A .,.;.-.Â· 'Mrt! C. E. ferguBdn' led, the devotlonalt taken' from the .Book of .-Proverbs. Roll call Was answered by giving a household hint. The motion was made' and seconded that the group (lv. a donation to the Red Cross and also raike a quilt (or a family, which, recently, .losi Its homt.by lire.' Mrs.' Mack Tucker was . appointed to provide lining, thread, and cotton. Mrs. Hugh Davis donated the top. Special gucsls for the,, meeting wen! Mrs.. Lester-Beaver and Mr?' : A. M. Jcnnmft, The myat*ry pack- ; went to -MrÂ», Jennings. an ! d MrÂ». Shipley was winner of the game prize. Games were, in charge -SALE 50% OFF CeM Wen k Mechlne . lit Mr W-IU fMr.'ltJI IN-fee III eirtfi Â· ' : Â· 'ttH n , Â· in - w, ; r!i M'lllen Kepeot -.- CuiMfflera Demanded IN N O W H E R E IT IS Chorlti Anttll Formyla 9 and Shampoo -- hoth containing lanolin and hormonti. of Mrs, C. Â£, Ferguson. After the meeting, a tea (owe! shower was'given fi/r tho hostess. .The next m c n t i n c - w i l l be with Mrs. Marvin Gibson, at her home April Ipth, V^|ul"Grp|e 4-H Club Hears; Report Of Tour Richard.. Kleutr, .Guest 'A - . - Rlchird"'.NÂ«litrÂ«, one. of th world's most -distinguished archl Â·tects, arrived here yesterday -ant has conferred with University stu dents of architecture. Ncutra wa brought here with funds suppllei to the University by the Genera Education Board. A reception -li: being 4 held foi him this afternoon in the Art Ccn ler Gallery. Tomorrow Â· evening he will make a public address in the Art Center Concert Hall at 8 p. m., at which time -he will show slides jit his work and speak on his philosophy of architecture. Personals Friday Bridge Club will be en tcrtalned this wce't by Mrs. Arthur Brown at her home on \Vest Maple, Street. Â·Â· Â· . ' Charles Sncad Williams, who has been n finest of Mr. and Mrs, Herbert Thomas for the p a s t - 1 0 days, left this morning to return to -Little Hock. Horace D, Bcnner, airman, LJSN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dewy Bonncr of Faycttcyille, ..is serv- ng with .Utiilly Squadron Seven at the Auxiliary Lnndlrig Field, ian Ysidro, Calif. - j -. Grove 4-H Club met'-.Monday ^Ight In thi Me morlal'Clubi-ooms, with 11 mem hers..and'sIX,leaders and .parent . '.iliss Marilyn Jine.'Shlplny nn Miss .Palisy-. Icmpjcton baked bis fultf and tirn.'.mujflns to b Jurigcrt for a county cnnlest. A vc nbrl ()f-.'the ! (our'innclc by mem ; bers-. In honor of National 4-1 eiilb-Week was given by the sec rctar^rtMIss-'.Jnnnic.'.Shipley, im pictures'made on the tour wor Â·down by'jMrs, A. -fy. Hamblen am Mrs. Marvin Glhsoini A skating, pa'rty''yB planned by lhe.:group for next VTnui'sda night. Following ! th*; mcctlnj J. D. Ford presented tv5o 4-H pic turw. Refreshments wore., servec by Malon".Gibson, Harrel Shlplc; and James Newel, Air/force ROTC-Order lilcludes-UA Graduate AhVestlmatcd 5.000 graduates o the AiBlfpKe RDTC will Â«lr order ert. intjj'-(ic1lve-i? military Jservlc w.lthln=/lÂ»p.dayi, aficr graduation this h'prlhg'; the.!' Air Force ah n'6'iincis'd today,- through ,:'Lt. Co Ray W.j Ajtbrd, Â«t the University - ' ' - - ' " "include (ill new :.v cbmmlwiltmcd^ graduates withou prior service MW. receive, their do grew before ^Uftif 30, 1JJ52, In addition "(ft 1 the S,0(10 grndu atcÂ«, I,l6(l,Â«tudÂ«nlB will Save com plcted the' Air Foree ROTC Ip Â«iruction by thai day hut will no j commlsalonedyn th'fi;Alr Fora Reserve until they cortpletc cdu catlonnl requirements,'-Tho ma ority of these officers ,will br or- lerecl to active service before Maj 1, 1.853..: '...-. Col. Alfort! also rcpo/.tcd thn ill.members of the 1951,"A(r Force ROTC classes were ordered Into acllvc service, with exception 01 hose, granted delays. Dzark Club Meets : or All-Day Quilting The Oairk Community Club met Monday with Mrs. Mamie Doylci There were 14 members present md four visitors. The. day xvns .pent In quilting with luncheon erved at noon. Tha next meeting will, bo held icxt Monday with Mrs. Lucy larp. . : rifhl for ymm fashion takes to its heels in Fortunets . Now ill itintj h*rf Â»tjfef, F'onunel Â·mtVft ettiul footWMT ;ke height Â»f Fnhion ... for ill Â·Meifonii. In fine Â·cfl Uitheri, Utek |Â»4,coituinc ii'li) ,-tW Mep l)9Wrt ena Ijpe Nrnnrff DirÂ» TuUin lor lorl.nil rllilÂ» Forutl Gordon Wllkins, freshman the School of Business,of the Unl- . vcrsily, hns been initiated into I Alpha Zeta c h a p t e r - o f the - Pi Kappu Alpha fraternity. Wllkins is the son of Frank Wllkins, 902 North College Avenue. Thomas F. Jacliiion, fireman, U.S. Navy, son of Mr. and Mrs. 1. M. Jackson, West For!:, recently spent n . brief vacation at Camp Wood Rest and Recuperation Center in southern Japan. He is regularly attached to' the USS Doyle. neccntly graduated from the Avlntlon Machinist's Mate School, U, S. Naval. Air Training Center, Memphis, Ten n., were Arthur L. Garrifion, iilrmun, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dcwey Garrison of Fayctteville. Garrison is a graduate of Elklns High School. William E. Morton, seaman, USN, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. George W. Morton of Prairie Grove, Is Serving as a member of the ship's company aboard the radar picket destroyer, USS Furre, which has recently' returned from'bruise in the Mediterranean area with the U. S; Sixth Fleet. L. L. Browne, supervisory engineer of, the University physical plant, has returned; from Chicago, 111., whore he attended a meeting, of the'Executive Advisory Council of the National AÂ«joclatlbn,of Physical Plant Administration. He is vice president of the association. Plans.were marie at this meeting for the annual meeting, of the associations to be held in Ann Artor. Mich.,'-May'12,' H and 14.--.- A. t. Frcundlich, Instructor of art at (he UnlversUjv.is attending meeting of the Committee on Art Education at Ihe Museum of Modern Art in New York City, lodny through Sunday. He is com- nlttec associate for the rcjrion comprised of Ihe states of Arkansas, Kansas,-Oklahoma, Louisiana, Mexico, and .part of Texas, nnd will give n report on the state of art education In this a**ea, Hospllalman Second Class Ar- Â·cl S. McCloland, ^r., who has icon in Japan and Korea for the last 18 montnii Is vliltlnf his father, ind mother,, Mr. *nd Mrs. A, S. McClelahd, Sr. John, nabea- Â·elfer of Onkiand, CalU., who wai with MeClelend in Korea; also if visiting In the McCleland' home. Both visitors were juest' speakers last, nlfht .at a 'meeting of Scout Troop 104, held at Wiggins Memorial Church. Announcements Waihlnftan Lwlie One , Washington Lodge One will meet tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock in the Masonic Hal! for work in the Masters degree. Refreshment! will be nerved. Matron'! Claw. Central MethÂ«4i!t The Matron's Sunday School Class of Central Methodist Church will meet tomorrow at 2 p.m., with Mrs. Frank Suttle,' Highway 71, nnrth. Mrs. J. F. Backstrom will he. co-hostess.---) Jeffennn School "Parenta Parents of Jefferson . School, Lvho have boys 'nesvring the 'age of eight.years and-bn up to 10 years of age, are '.Ufged to .meet the school audlMriiim .Friday evening U ' 7:30 "o'clock, -where lohnny McWhorter, Boy .Scout 'leld executive,, will try to get a "uti Pack organized. . . iharp Insurance Rafe Hike In Oklahoma Urged Oklahoma City - (IP) - Increases of up to 30 per cent in'rates for excess bodily injury and proper* damage insurance iii Oklahoi Â· vas recommended today by .egislative Council subcommittee in insurance. The report was-approved last week but the com- Â·nittee did not release It until,today. - . Small Insurers,' those carrying he $5,000 a n d . $10,000 basic cov- rnge, are helping to pay for more han Ihelr share under present atcs, the report said. It rceom- icndcd the increases as a solu- lon to that condition. Weather Proves Spring Is Here I.lttle Rock-UP)-This is the first lay of Spring I'eather offered ;iear skies and :ures prevailed and Arkansas' no argument. warm tempera-: throughout the tale. Low temperatures . this norninf generally were- in the O's, with highs expected 1 to be in. he 80's this afternoon, Official Â· beginning Â· of the prihg season in Arkansas came t 10:14 a. m. SIGN ISN'T SUITABLE-The removal sale sign on.an Arlington, Vo., .store, refers only to the merchandise on'display in the lower part of the building. Personnel in Democratic headquarters on second floor aren't making alterations In their plans to stay until at least November. Swallows Come Back On Time San Juan Capistrano, Calif.-OT- The swallows arc back at Capistrano, 'right on schedule in spite of. Leap V.ear's extra day. They flew in yesterday, a few hours later than usual but still on the traditional arrival dale--St. Josephs Day. IKwnle A Candidate Little Hock-(/P)-Tom Downie of Little Rock says he will seek re- nomination for a second term as prosecuting attorney for the sixth Ustrict, serving Pulaski and Perry Counties. Â·toJ all Critically III New York-(/Pj-Thc condition of former War Secretary Kenneth C. Royall, w h o - u n d e r w e n t surgery at New York Hospital, continued critical today. Royall, 57, underwent an operation yesterday for an abscess in a sinus area. No Political Prisoners In Cuba, Official Says for. Cuba-(tf)-A spokesman Fulgeneio Batista's 'revolutionary regime s a i d last night there is not 'a single political prisoner in 1 Cuban jails as a result of Batista's 10-day-old revolution; The .spokesman; Interior Minister Ramon Hermida, said many persons were arrested but all were turned loose after questioning. Child Killed By Car Sheridan, A~k.-(/P)-An futomo- bile struck and killed a six-year- old boy near here late yesterday. The boy, Jimmy Charles Hardin. had -just . alighted ,from a school bus. Plan* Wrtckaga Found Front Royal. Va.-m-The wreckage of an Air Force B-26, its three crewmen all dead, was found on. n Blue Ridge mountainside six miles cast of here yesterday after a day-long ground and air search. The plane crashed late' Tuesday night. Bills Torn Into Fragments Sent To C o l l e c t o r s Chicago-(;p)-An envelope containing $300 in currency which- had been torn into fragments was received in the office of the collector, of internal revenue ye'stor- diy. . Revenue officiates laid the envelope contained a .note, which said, "to the Internal revenue." The envelop* bore the postmark of a state remote from Illinois which officials declined to disclose- . . . . . Officials said an attempt. will be made to- locate the lendenwith a view to possible prosecution for mutilating United Statei' currency. AdTertlM' In tlÂ« TOIKS--It Mja Week End Special CHOCOLATEER Dad's Favorite Cake Cocoa and Buttermilk Batter with Mint and Chocolate Icing ;.. A FAVORITE 69c Friddy and Saturday Little Damage In Blast Malvcrn, Ark.-ffl'J-Two hundred I ^5-gaUon steel drums -illled wi'' wood preservative exploded nei here late -yesterday 'from''..he; generated by a grass"'and- wool fire. Although flames were throw some .distance, no other. : damaj was reported. . ' Music Festival Held , Little Unck-Wl-The Arkansa music festival, with, some 2.0C high school students parlicipatini opens here today. Closing even will be a concert by a SOO-membe chorus tomorrow night. 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