Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 21, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 21, 1952
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1 MOJIHIMH MMMiAi IMK,, rrldeiy, M « s h - 2 5 , mmNMNHCMIIIIIHNIIIHIIIIHW Daily Calendar of Events ... ftajlheering Faculty Wivei Club, Faculty, Clubrooms, 6:30 ·.Washington Lodge One, Masonic Hull, 7 jRlebard Neutra Public Address, Art Center Concert Hall, S Saturday . . . [Family Niflit, Country Club, 7 . , Tulsa Visitor To Meet With al Youth Alliance jFlans For State Meet Ka . ·' · - jiplie. monthly meeting of Tr 3^1to Alliance-wai held Wedhes ;n»y night at the D; J, Burleson home, 426 Highland Avenue. Host -esses Were 'Mri,: C . F . - C u r r y , Jr and Mrj..Davld Burieimv , Most:of-the evening- wft jpen In discussing plans for the slat "-»V£ntion tft b? held here in Fay ifville,-April 2(1, sat which Urn "JiberV f rom over the state wll entertained by the local chap |j and; Alliance,, at this time wai , tiit annual:'award "of ISO 'to,be · mad* -. this - spring .-for .the . second iUme. -This award will be given to -» high schpol gnduit , $25. fo ap %%on thi enrollment fee at thi jyoivenity at the beginning of thi ,'jlll seraeiter and the other 125 ; iM^'th*. beglnfilni of the «prini *eme«ter. The award will be made Cp^-' ; Honors D a y of the schoo i'ftom which the recipient It grad Suiting;--.-·^- , - ' · ' ' · · · . · v; ; .lA committee wu appointed to --eortilder applications and deter- ·tnlne :the. winner. They «rj Mri Jeff Duty, Mri, Curry nd Mrs Jot 8at»«, Prof. Pcllinger Guest Speaker Of D.A.R. ThB JJarlon Chapter of D.A.R, met yesterday; at the home of Mrs. R. D. Baldwin. Asiiitant hostesses were Mri. Ji A. Hackerby and Mill Gtorgla Norman, Rtporta were given concerning the D.A.R. State Convention, held February 2i,' J», and March 1st, in Pine Bluff. After the reports were given by the'efclegatej, plans vim made for a rummage sale to b» htW April Uthi Gueit iptakor forVthe afternoon was Prof. S. C. Bellinger ot the villc will be hoit to tht.iUt* -/Vtntlon, next February. H j jlccts Officers i iLevar*lt Schooi ,TA^m,el last I.' (Srtnlng In th« school auditorium, i Mtnlnf with tht devotional given i ,Mr«. F, M. Mead*. "· V ' " : *A'tal(c on the present school »lt- ; uatlon,- 'given by Virgil Blossom, I was preceded by election of offl- · lien. Those elected were: Mrs. ; Carl. Hoffman, president; Mri. ; Gordon Rowley, - - vice . .president; ; Mrs,.George Cearley, eecretary; : Mrs. Davis Richardson, treasurer. i ." 'Refreshments were served after -, the business., meeting.. .by. Mrs. |.'Raymond Edwardi..and Mrs, · L. : Hanthornt. 1 Progrom Of Chamber'. ! Music Is Scheduled · : The University music department will present a program of chamber music Sunday,'; March 23,' at 4 p. m., in the Arts Center Concert Hail. The program features three major Works 'for piano ·amd strings, the Trio, Opus 11 by Beethoven, the Trio, K548 by Moi=art, and the Quartet, Opus 6G b Brahms. ' i 1 Appearing a's pianist will lie D BruO Benward, associate profes Bor of music; Roger Widder, con cert oboist, member of the fa cully, will play in the Beethove Trio. Marx Pales, director of th University Symphony, will pi viola In the ensemble. Night" Planned I )At Farming ton School , Th* Farmlngton P.T.A. is spon ; coring a basket ball -'fun night, i -'tonight at 7:30 o'clock In th j ^armlngton School gymnasium. .: · Gamei will feature such start a Mabel Massey, former all-Amerl jean; Ola Massey. Arkansas A and M. star;. Ruth Rouse; Alls Shook, Lila Grave, Betty Jo Walk er and many other«. . J Schetiule of games arc: flit! - *nd sixth grade Elvet vs. jcvcntl ; jrad« Midgets; Junior Boys (al ; (tars) vs. their dads; Fnrmimton j jBchool Marms vs. Housewives; A i C.'t Hobble Skirls vs. Lawrence's ; Bloomer Boyi, ' - Then will b* a itiiall admission charge, . Sue Green And Digby Bell Heard In Recital By BHUCE BENWARD Last night : SUc Green, violinist, and Digby Bell,' pianist., of the University music department faculty . presented a program nf sonatas In" the concert hall of the Fine Arts Center. .·Both , reclta.llfits '· played ' with scarcely a flaw, and criticism will therefore have to fall into the category of differences of opinion a« to Interpretation ~ of which there were- few. The program consisted of the Sonata In G major, Opus 30, No. 3 by Bcclhovcn, the Sonata i n . E -flat, Onus 11 by Hlndcmlth, Ihe Sonata in A minor, Opus 137,,Np. 2 by Schubert, and the Sonata in A major, Opus 100 by Brahmi. All are pillars of music*! profundity and demand the utmost in "couccntrallon from the listener. The Beethoven work received a clear and precise playing from from the two artists, and seemed lo be, the most appreciated of any of .the. compositions 'on the prn- trarn. Both Miss Green and Mr. Bell have the technique to handle Iho fastest of tempos, and their lively pace was;welcome In the First two movmcnts. If anything the last movement was taken too fast--It was hard at times lo digest the music at such a rate of ipced, and 'those who were not 'ftmlllar with the composition may well have wished for n milder reatmcnt'. Nonetheless, e v e r note was Clearly evident, and hot players maintained ah amn/.ln. unity of ensemble. The next work on the program was Interesting because it revealed the" composer, Paul Hinde- mlth, at a time when ho was just eginning to develop his charac- rrlntlcs nf linear writing, some- imes tinged 1 with nco-classlclsm. 'he Sonata in K flat Is from an pun which contains a-net of six irlng sonatas, four with piano ccompanlment, and two unac- ompanied, This strange work ndcd with a slow movement ·hlch Is laden with emotion and t'dcllcate as anything over writ- en by 4hl» comjxmcn After* ·Inttrrofetilon ,. came the onataWnlA-lmlnor. £y {.Schubert, he la«t two movements of this work*: iroSexeeptlohally. appealing, two artists presented them ·The, final nteWpoj .Which were- most pleas . 'work of the evening was' the Opu* 100 of Brahms, rnhrns Is Always K""d to end a rogram because his music Is a ever union of the beat in elns- cal form snd 'tht finest of ro- lantlc melody. Miss Green's tone ·as - warm' throughout the ovc- Ing, but It seemed' that in -the Brahms It reached .the peak of broadness, while Mr. M e l l ' l n his own planlstlc fashion aided the total effect with a wide gamut of dynamic changes. Harmon 4-H Members See Film On Club Wo.rk The Harrnon 4-H Club met Wednesday, at. which time a movie was shown entitled "4-H Headlines," "in place of the regular business meeting. The boys received their pine seedlings and the girls who arc aklng cookihg received cook books. I t ' w a s . arranged for the- girls to have a cooking contest next Wednesday. They will be judged by Mrs. Wright, teacher and local leader. Arrangements were also made for the sewing contest. Mlsi Joyce Anderson of Tulsa, Okla,. chairman of the Provincial Youth Commission of the Southwest 'Province of the Episcopal Church, -Is expected to arrive In the. morning and will me-1 with Young Churchmen of St. Paul's Episcopal Church this weekend. Mlts Anderson will -be honored guest at open house In the home nf Mrs. Herbert Lewis, 32" North Washlnglon Avenue, tomorrow Kfjernoon, beginning at 4 o'clock; Mrs. Rose To Present Recital Of Pupils Mrs. W. M. Rose will present her pupils in a piano recital tonight at 7:30 o'clock I n - t h e Calvary Baptist Chlirch. Those who will appear on the program.are Shirley Glenn, Caroline Hammcl, Norma Harris, .Rcba Center, Sonya Dill, Mary Jane Frederick,'" Gnry Whltely, Doris Ann Frederick, Lctha Preston, Doris Farrar, Mary Farrar, Palsy Lewis, Helen Bailey, Martha Katherine Dalton, Jeanetta Fiy Fredrick, Arlehe Pitts, Caroline Peevy, and Dixie Peevy. Law Wives Entertained At Bridge And Canasta A mooting of the . University Lav/ Wives Was held Wednesday evening in the Student Union. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Bill - Pulman, Mrs Perry Goodwin and Mrs, Bob Henry. Brldgo was played and prize were won by Mrs. E. J. Ball, Mrs .loo Covlngton and Mrs. Roy Finch. Democratic Women To Have District Meet Mrs. Zulu Calico of Hunlsville, iislrict president of the Democratic .Women's Club, will prosldC at the a n n u a l business and dlnnci mectinj; to bo held tomorrow nighl at 7:30 o'clock, In Springdale al the A, Q, Chicken House. Entertainment will be provided by each club represented at the meeting. Miss Peggy Lighten Is program chairman of the Fayette- villc club. Homemakers Club Meets -Tiny Tot Finery- Sew Children's Spring Wardrobe '71 SolerrfClub Reports On Projects Started Th» Salem' Horn* Demonstration Club met Wednesday at the Community House'. Mrs. Elmer Weir imd Mrs. L W. Thompson were hostesses. Before dinner, the group quilted, after which the meeting opened by the group singing "My Wild Irish Rose." Mrs. Sallie Wohlford gave a poem and Mrs. Dorothy McClelland gave · reading about "Hands." During the- business meeting, a report was given on "family night" which was held "Monday. Eighteen dollars was the total receipt. It was alsn announced that the first coat of paint had been applied on the Community House and the new sign put up. Plans were made for an Easter egg hunt, April l l t h . Games were played following the business session. Mystery packages were won by Mrs. Wohlford and Mrs.-Lyn Luper. Personals Cpl. Charles D. Kirkhart of Fay etteville is helping mainlain Army aircrafl in Korea as a member o :he 79lh Ordnance Battalion. H is ' serving as in' airframe me chanic. ' George WifRMV (M fcwrnniiht Avenut.' ·' ,,, Mr. and Mr*.. It H.,Panto and Mrs. Nari Warner arrived yesterday from Houston, Texaa (or a few days with'Mr. and Mr«. R..H. Pentz, Jr., at their home en Highway 45, east. Lt. Peter Estes and It. James Holder, commander arid executive officer respectively of Organized Electronics Company 8-8, Fayetteville, art on a two-wae!ii tour of active duty .with a nival air development squadron;*t Washington, D. C. ..- Pvt. Donald E. GIbnay, ion of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gibney of 'armington, has arrived at Fort Hood, Texas, to participate in Exercise Long Horn, the largest military maneuver in th* United States since World War II. He is serving with the 298th Transportation Truck Company. ]CEW YORK--(NBA )-Evtn very A ' mull try Ilka to dren up for the Baiter parade. But that dotf n't mtan that it'i alwayi pouible, In view of living costa, to deck a child from head-to-toe in Easter dnery. The answer to the problem lies fn your sewing machine. Pick a pattern that flatten a tiny figure, pick a pretty color. Then pick a aahforiiMl cotton that won't shrink. Sewing for your small (irl Is both ilmple and quick. And, when BY GAILB DUGAS NBA Wraaa'a UlUr you're finished, you have a miniature fashion that the can wear all through the lummer. For one little girl (left), there's a cotton broadcloth coat dreu with robin .motif. Made to pattern number 8520, It has iwattheart ntck- line. tiny puffed sleeves and prin- cen lines. It easily could fo under her beat navy blue coat if the weather's chilly on_Ea«ter_Sunday. sizes three to eight yean. Raymond E. Smith, electrician mate, second class, USN, son Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. 'Smith of Elkins, is serving aboard the Cotton eyelet edging it uMd for amphibious force flagship, USS tht falM boliro; there ar* little bows at either aide of tht bodice. Thii can be made in aizei from two to ten yean. Another little girl (right) gets a cotton broadcloth dre«a with fascinating Noah'i Ark print and full skirt that could take crinoline. Mada to pattern number 8370, it has a high, ruffled neck with the ruffles repeated again at the sleeves. Pattern for it comei in Al Bohannon Home The March meeting of the Mountain Union Homemakcrs LIlub was held Wednesday at the liome of Mrs. Paul D. Bohannon, .. . . with a coVcred-dish luncheon decorated with spring flowers. Cut Friendly Bible Class Meets At Collier Home The Friendly Bible Class of the Central Methodist Church met with Mrs. Grace C. Collier of 220 Su.tton Street, Wednesday lor the monthly social meeling. There were 15 members present and two visitors, Mrs. W. E. ^hastain, the president, presided. Mrs. Myrtle Hanna read the minutes of the last meeting and ·eported on the sick calls and the cards sent. Mrs. Charles Nichel- on gave the devotional, using a meditation based on the Sermon n the Mount, and Mrs. H. C. Hanklns jsvc the hlshllghts of ':cr recent trip to Florida. Mrs. Chastain poured and Mrs. Hankins ticrved. from a table served nt noon. The president of the club, Mrs. Charles Taylor, presided during the business session, and the vice- president, Mrs. Franklc Phlpps, read the nocm of. the month .''Bat- lie Hymn of the Republic." Leaders In subject mailer were ap- to the following com- Mrs. A, Wallcn, recre- pointed mittees! , , ation; Miss Bctllo Taylor, clolh- ng; Mrs. Paul D. Bohannon. loods; Mrs. Frankie I'hlpps, home Industries; Mrs. .Taylor, -home- Rrounds and flowers. · Mrs. John Wallcn was appointed as secretary to fill the office vacated by Mrs. C. Blackburn. Tho next mccling will be held April loth, at the home of Mrs. Wallcn. flowers were also used throughout the house. Helping Hand Club Sponsoring Supper The Helping Hand Club met at the home of Airs. Ruth Gayer Wednesday witrMO members present. Luncheon was served at noon to the group. Lord's Prayer. The evening was spent in quilting and it was votec to finish the quill tonight. It was announced that the Apri meeting will be with Mrs. Dorth'a Millsaps for a covered dish luncheon, and a supper will be given next Friday night at the Comm u n i t y House. 'Valley View Club Meets At England Home The Valley View Home Demonstration Club met yesterday with Mrs. Wayne England at her home. Mrs. England was elected to fill the vacancy of vice president. Mrs.'Everett Miller gave the devotional, a brief story on the Book of .Daniel. An article on growing fern wa's read by Mrs. Ray Cress. Mrs. Margaret Brownflcld, Home Demonstration agent, discussed the meaning of lerms used in purchasing nylon hose. The mystery package was received by Mrs. Earl Perkins. . The next meeting of the club will be at the home of Mrs. Cress, April 17th. DA Band To Perform A song, led by Mrs. Barbara At Music Festival Langby, was sung followed by (he devotional and repeating the The University Concert Band UN Town ASriUN TO YOWCNtO Alice's Beauty Shop NOW UP TOWN 7',-i E. MT. ST. Perm. L»!tit Shrlta R«onablt PIICM Phone 620 or 7331 Evaningi H^n^L^W · I^^^^VIW ^r^^PH SALI50%OFP Md WIT* .ft HMklM W Mr WHM *ar n* WlMr tl» J U M B O A T T S A C T I O N ! 101 Smooth, dtllctoui Dllry Qutin toppid with ,lch, thick fudii tilli you "thtri'i i diff«nnc«." EUphirli don't fotgtl --md you won't -ho» qoeil a DAIRY PUEEN Hot Fudg. SgnJ.i f«H.i. DAHY QUEEN I. Ixthly frottn dlity food. Nut 700 NORTH COLLEGE Week End Special CHOCOLATEER Dad's favorite Cake Cocoa and Buttermilk Batter with Mint and Chocolate Icing A FAVORITE 69c Friday and Saturday will perform with Robert Smith, UA instructor, as soloist at the Annual Bi-Stale Music Festival in Fort Smilh tonighl. Several music faculty members will serve as judges during the two day festival, including Smith, E. J. Marty, director of the University band, Kenneth Osborne, Digby Bell and Roger Widder. Herrbld Hcadley will also serve as judge ot the Fort Smith Festival tomorrov/, but today Mr. Headley and Dr. Bruce Benward are serving as judges in a district music contest held at Monett, Mo., in collaboration with the Mor nett Junior College Festival of Music. Mr. Benward was judge of piano contests last week at Joplin, Mo., Music Festival. Announcements St. Joseph'a Spaghetti Supper St. Joseph's Altar Society will sponsor a benefit spaghetti supper,- Tuesday evening, beginning at 5:30 o'clock in the church recreation Hall. .Vtount McKinley. Mrs. Margaret Brownfield left today for Lake Charles, La., to greet a new grandson, born last night, the son of Mr. and Mrs Meriweather L. Caring, of Maplewood, La. Serving with VP-61 at the U. S, Naval Air Station, San Diego, CaliL, is David H; Smith, aviation structural mechanic, third class USN, of Window. Patrol Squadron fil Is a photographic reconnaissance unit. Recently returned to the United Stales from duty in the Korean area aboard the destroyer USS Mansfield, is Carlton L. Mhoon, seaman apprentice, USN, son of Mi-, and Mrs. W. V. Mhoon of Fayelteville. Sgt. Firsl Class and Mrs. Roy Lswson returned to Fort Riley, Kan., Wednesday after .spending a 15 day leave here with- Mrs. Lawson's parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Better Cough Relief When new drugs or old fail to ttop your cough er chat cold don't delay. Crcotnulsion contain! only safe, helpful, proven ingredient] and no narcotic! to diiturb nature 1 ! procest. It toes right to the teat of the trouble to aid nature aoothe and heal raw; tender, inflamed bronchial membranei. Guaranteed to please you or druggist refunds money. Creomuliion has stood the test of many million! of users. CREOMUL'SION ·Itm C«*ai, Out Crf*, Aarit ImcMM Kenneth Osborne, chairman of the division of line and applied arls, and Preslon Magruder, In- slruclor in speech and dramatic art, were guest speakers .Wednesday at Career Day at Arkansas A. and N. College in Pine Bluff. Osborne discussed music careers and Magruder talked on careers in dramatics. Extra' Assessment Off You can purchase as many government postcards as you desire now without paying extra for buying large amounts. An order which went into effect March 12, placing a 10 per cent charge on all purchase orders of SO or more post cards at one time, has now been discontinued, Postmaster A. D. .McAllister announced 1 - today. A sounding of 35,040'feet'at one point between the Philippines and the Caroline Islands is believed to be the greatest ocean depth ever recorded. Bake sale. Finrt Christian Church, Saturday morning, J a. m, at Cook's. - 21-lt-e Genuine Italian Spaghetti; The jest you ever ate and all you .vant. Served at St. Joseph's Catholic Church basement, Tuesday, March 25th starting at 5 :oO p. m. 2!-3trC No Hah or WoiniR CM Enjoy Life With Sfomich Gas! Poor digestion --.iwelllni with gas after meals --heavy feeling iround waistline--rifting 'of lour 'ood. These are some of the penalties of an Upset Stomach. CERTA-VIN Is helping such ictims riglit and left here i.i Fayetteville. This new medicine helps you digest food faster arid better, t is taken befoie meals; thus it works with your food. Gas pains go! Inches of bloat vanith! Contains Herbs and Vitamin fl-1 with ron to enrich the blood and ir.ake leryes stronger. Weak, miserable eople ebon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering. Get :ERTA-VIN7-Clinehen's Fayette- ille Drug Store. adv. dreams come fate PLUMBING FIXTURES Now ia the time to modernlt* your bathroom . . . to add a powder room ... to atnamllne your kitchen . . . to fl up your laundry. By aelectlnf Americun^Undard plunbinit niturw, you can make thtee all-important room nMl ahowplacw. And your horn* will ba a peat«r joy than avw to liv* in . . . tha anvy of avary peraon who at«e it. W« invlt* you to come in now and aM our laif* diaplay of nodarn Aawrican-Standard batha, lavaterlaa, water donta, kitchen ainki, laundry traya and automatic w«4«r htiitora. Thfy'ra at Sne at money can buyl And, youH ba eurpriatd to ate how naaonaMy priced th«y aral Lt mr w. w f\ *^ v*, ^..-' ' i: f IAIT MOUNTAIN U G G A N' Plumbing and Supply Co. S

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