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40ITHWKT UKAMUU TIMK, tmnitmiUk. AifcwwMi trtvrfey, Merdi 33. 1991 MRS. KATHIHN DOZW MiiiiiiiiimniimiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiMiiit Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . , Ftniily Night, Country Club, 7 . Ch«mber Music, Arts Center Concert Hal!, 4:00 Monday . . . HI ii Club, Clubroom, 7:00 B. P. W. C., Clubroom, 7:30 Wishington Lodje One, Masonic Hall, 7:30. THIS 'N' THAT Y ABOUT TOWN · -- KATHLEEN DOZIER Brushing the cobwebs aside and digging deep . into the old attic trunks, members of Central Meth- odiit Church are searching for clothing of bygone days to be used in an old style Easter Parade scheduled for Tuesday night at Wesley Hall. With the style show will be a picture gallery featuring some of the local males, and songs appropriate for the occasion · will be sung by Jack Winegeart. Guinn Pyeatt will appear in the wedding dress of her mother, Mrs. Arlie Giiihn Botts, who was married to C. H. Botts at Hunts- · ville, in 1911. It was packed away and brought forth again in 1933 for Guinn's marriage to Jasper, also in Huntsville. Helen Fields will appear as the bridegroom in the high button wedding shoes and striped · shirt with detachable collar, which were worn by Ralph Lewis. The suit is one borrowed from Mrs. C. C. Yarrington. Lucille Tuttle may take the bows for the · original dialogue and script. She and Mary Joyce McGoodwin are directing it. Another musical touch will be added by the Rex Perkins and Jimmy McDonald combo. Others starring in this attraction are Ruby Hudson, Bonnie Farley, Mary Louise Henbest, Mary Lucille Yoe, Carol Kaylor, Amanda Ann Hilton, Sue _ Dykes, Rachael Spriggs, Reba McNeal, Alma Dodd, 'Josephine Melton, and Rachael Gilbreth. These will pass in review while Mrs. A. F. Wolfe reminisces from the Gay 90's through the flapper age. Delta Sig Mothers and new pledge mothers were entertained at the Carmichael home on East Lafay ette with Martha Davis, Gladys Sanders and Marie · Carmichael as hostesses. Discussion for the afternoon was mostly concerned with plans for the big Delta Sig banquet and dance next month at the Uark Bowl .Also on the calendar for next month is the annua spring luncheon of the Women's Civic Club. This i: set for Monday, March 31, and invitations are ou to officers of the Springdale club. Mrs. V. 0. Tdnse\ and Mrs. Powell Rhea are co-chairmen in charge and Mrs-Johnny McClure of Springdale will be guesi speaker. In Former Days Plans April Wedding Miss Stewart To Wed An old style Easter parade program, written ami produced by Circle 4 of the Central Methodjsl Church Women's Society of Christian ervicc, will be given Tuesday night starting at 7:45 o'clock at Wesley lall. Clothing of days gone by will be'modeled, and a picture gallery f local men will be a feature attraction. Above, members of*a wedding arty which will be part of the program are Mrs. Jasper Pyeatt as he bride, and Mrs. M. W. Fields as the bridegroom, wearing wedding ostumcs of bygone days--(PuFka TIMESFOTO). Another visitor in Fayetteville this weekend is Joyce Anderson of Tulsa. She is the house guest pf the Paul iarretts and daughters, Ann and Barbara. Gertrude .ewis is entertaining for her this afternoon with open iouse. Next Wednesday night all Fayetteville High School students are invited to be the guests of Sub '"Debs at a dance to be given upstairs in the Legion Hut. Don't disturb the tux and the taffeta for it is . strictly informal. Those on the committee are Betsy ·Jones, Ann Kennan, Sandra Noll, Lavinia Lee, anc Lynell Smith. After the dance all the Sub Debs wil go to the home of Carol Perkins for a bunking party -- Chi Omegas are in the process of preparing for the mother-daughter dinner, this too on Wednesday eve- ing at 6:30 o'clock, to be given at the chapter house with Virginia Taylor in charge. This, according to the girls, will become an annual affair . . . Mrs. .S. C. Alexander, Chi Omega housemother for the past 11 years at Psi Chapter, was recently initiated into the sorority at Pine Bluff. New initiates here are .Beverly Balch of Little Rock; Ethel Bemis, Prescott; Martha Guy Blackwell, Pine Bluff; Barbara Byars, Alma; Louanne Hurley, El Dorado; Carolyn Jacobs, Fort Smith; Shirley King, Blytheville; Patty Murphy, Fort Smith; Caroline Polk, Little Rock; Deane Reid, Little Rock; Mildred Claire Roberts, Lufkin, Texas; -Mary Scarbrough, Fayetteville; Beverly Townsend, Pine Bluff; Sylvia Varnell, El Dorado; Patsy Watts, Little Rock, Janet West, Berryville; Julie Wood, -Little Rock; and model pledge, Mary Pearl Harbuck of Malvern. Coffee will be served Tuesday morning, 9:30 o'clock, to ladies of the Country Club. This will be the annual brunch and business session, a get- .tog'ether to discuss plans and appoint committees for the year, therefore it is hoped that there will be a good attendance. Jean Greenhaw is chairman of the .committee in charge. Serving wjth her are Rose McNair, Jo Dalton and Grace Tancred. Louise Whitfield will preside at the coffee service. In the mail comes a note from lone Nettleship who is in New Orleans with son, Louis, and family. She writes that she has attended two of the Mardi Gras balls as an "onlooker" and has taken in some of the parades. -- Charles Snead Williams, portrait · pointer, was a guest of Ruby and Herbert Thomas for about 10 days'while doing a portrait of Herbert. The artist left Thursday morning for Little Rock. -.The Thomases also went to Little Rock and expected to return today. -- Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McCord of Fort Smith have been visiting here with daughter, .Vera Noll, and granddaughters, returning Wednesday to Fort Smith. -- Maurice and Virginia Wessell will return to their home in Hiawatha, Kan., tomor- Vow. They have been here for the wedding of their daughter, Marilyn, to Robert Davis, Jr., and have been the guests of Harold and Louise Frey on Rush Drive. -- Mr. and Mrs. George Boone are up from Dallas. She was entertained today at a luncheon qiven by Mary Margaret.Grumpier at Ferguson's. -- Sirs. McClure Will Speak Here For Civic Women Mrs. Johnny McClure of Springdale, president of the North Arkansas Women's Society of Christian Service Conference, will be guest speaker of the Women's Civic Club March 31, the annual spring luncheon to be held in the Women's Civic Clubrooihs. Mrs. McClure a t t e n d e d the Ecumenical Conference and the W o r l d Federation of Church Women in London, England, last summer. While in Europe she made a tour of the continent. Her subject for discussion here will be the "White House Conference of Youth,;' Miss Fidler Complimented At Bridal Party Prairie Grove - (Special) - Mrs. Edward Broyles, Mrs. Delford lieff, Mrs. Clyde Delap and Mrs. Ray Cornwell entertained 22 guests, Tuesday night at the. Broyles home. Honored guest was | urged parents to tak'o their child Creamer, Texnrknna, and Walter Tucker, Helena. Mrs. W. H. Pryor Talks On Eye Health BB guns .or air rifles not only often do property damage in the iiands of boys but cnn also damage young eyes, according to eye physicians' records, Mrs. W. H. Pryor told members of the Bradch Home Demonstration club, meeting Wednesday in the new home of--Mrs. F. E. Brooks, Lukbsirte Drive. It was through the efforts of the Minnesota Society for the Prevention of Blindness, made up of ophthalmologists and laymen that the sale and maufacturc of these so-called toys, was outlawed in that state. She pointed out tl'fit too often it is an accident to the other boy's eyes, possibly a playmate, that makes for tragedy. Over half the blindness in the world is preventable, she said. In many states where surveys of in- school children's eyes have been made, medical examinations reveal almost 25 per cent of the children examined need medical attention, so pre-school check-ups should be made by parents. She The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Lorraine Sargent to Elton Skelton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Skclton, of Prairie Grove, is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Sarscnt of West Fork. Miss Sargent has made her home here for some time with Mr. and Mrs. Brure Cricier. The wedding will he an event of April 6, at the First Christian Church.--Bob's Photo. Miss Mary Elizabeth Fidler, bride elect of Troy Wayne Cox, whoso wedding will be early next month. The honoroe received a corsage of red rosebuds and a piece of her -hina from the hostesses, and each juest wrote her. favorite recipe for he bride-to-be. 'A dessert plate and tea were crved by the hostesses. Alpha Tau Omega 'lans Initiations Formal initiation 1 ceremonies for even men will be held tomorrow ight by the University chapter f Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. Die candidates for Initiation are erald Goss. West Memphis;.Osar Stadthagcn, Managua, Micara- ua; Don Manley, Little Rock; Ed larvey, Bluff City; Roy Rosin, 'ort Leonard 'Wood, Mo.: Jesse to an oculist at once if there is any suspicion that the eyes are not straight, as prompt treatment at the beginning can result in a high percentage of cures. Glacoma. leading cause for blindness among ndults is a mysterious eye disease, sometimes called a "thief in the night." but if detected early by an oculist, can often be arrested. One of the greatest potential sources of eye damage among young children, she said, is a mother's sewing basket left carelessly lying nbout the house. Mrs. Pryor was formerly editor of The Minnesota Eye Health bulletin of the stale society, which lias its headquarters on the University of Minnesota campus. Others taking part in the club's health program were Mrs. Paul McKim, Mrs. Frank B. Whentley and Mrs. L. M. McGoodwin. Mrs. J. C. Giibreath presided. Delegates Attend Guild Weekend In Little Rock The 12lh Annual Convention of the WesleyRn Service Guild and .Ifc Woman's Society of Christian Service of the North Arkansas Conference is being held today hrougli next Thursday at the First Methodist Church in North little Rock, where the Rev. J William Watson is pastor. The Wcsleyan Service Guild has its opening session at 2 p. m. today and a banquet at 7 o'clock his evening. Tomorrow morning here v.-ill be a breakfast at 7:30 j'clock, services at 10:50 and uncheon at noon, followed by an afternoon session and adjournment t 3 o'clock. Delegates from the Pearle McCain Unit ot Central Methodist Church, attending the Guild mcel- ng are Mrs. Ora Clark, Mrs. Grace .train, Mrs. Mabel Maddox, and iliss Mina Marshell. ifc. And .Mrs. Lawson Honored At Shower Mrs, F. M. Wilhelm was hostess to a bridal shower at her home Friday night, honoring Sfc. and Mrs. Roy Lawson of Fort Rlley, Kan. Assisting her was Miss Gene- vievc Simpson. The evening was spont In playing Rflmns, after which refreshments were served and the gifts were received by the honorees. Those present included Mrs. George J. Wngncr, mother of the bride, Mrs. Henry Green, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Henderson, Mrs. Claude Fritts, Mrs. Gene Gibson, Mrs. John McHaffey, Mrs. Eva Cullen, Miss Georgia May Dock- cry, and Mr. and Mrs, Roy Lawson. Fraternity Conventions Being Held On Campus Two fraternity conventions will be held on the University campus this weekend. Gamma Chi Zeta chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha will be host at a conclave today and tomorrow of Lambda Chi chapters in the Southwest. A district convention of PI Kappa Alpha fraternity is being held today and tomorrow. · Representatives from Louisiana Tech, Centenary, Louisiana State University, Oklahoma A. and M., Oklahoma C i t y University, the University of Oklahoma., Tulsa University, S. M. U., Texas University, and North Texas State will attend the Lambda Chi Alpha meeting. The Pi Kappa Alpha district includes chapters at Oklahoma university, Oklahoma A. and M., and Tulsa University. Fayetteville Group Leaves For Kansas Mr. and Mrs. Brban Holland left this morning tar Topeka, Kan., where he will attend the Convention of the Seventh District of National Retail Credit Association, Credit Women's Breakfast Clubs nd Associated Bureaus of America, both credit and collection service divisions. Mr. Holland is president a! the Associated Credit Bureau of Arkansas. Also attending the convention arc Miss Hazel Kelly and Miss Bonnie Spurlock. Miss Kelly is past president of the Arkansas Credit Woman's Breakfast Clubs and Miss Spurlock is president of the Fayetteville C.W.B.C. The mooting convenes today and will continue through Tuesday. Luncheon Meeting Tomorrow For B.P.W.C. Mrs. Gertrude Witt, state membership chairman nf the Business and Professional Women's Clubs and Miss Fannie Hardy, past state president, both of Little Rock, will jive a flannel-board talk following a luncheon meeting tomorrow it the Washington Hotel. The luncheon, beginning ' at I t. m., will include members of -lubs from Springdale, Huntsville, 3entunvilie, R o g e r s , Siloam Springs, Ber/yvillo and Harrison, Mrs. Jane Roberts, district direc- or, is in charge of arrangements. ingineering Wives hostesses At Supper The Engineering Faculty Wives were hostesses last night at a )ot luck fupper, given at the "acuity Clubrooms. Guests for the occasion were their husbands. Following the dinner, the remainder of the evening- was spent laying bridge and canasta. Leroy Jurress won high bridge prize and R. L. Jeske was winner of the canasta prize. Oak Grove Club Sees : ilm On Cancer Highlights of a film on cancer, which was shown at Oak Grove 'ucsday. were given at the tnonth- y meeting of the Elm Springs Club Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Tommy Combs. Mrs. John Mr. and Mrs. H. I.. Stewart of Kaycllcvillc announce the engagement of their daughter, Pearl Marie Stewart, to Charles Couch, son of Mi-, and Mr?. Guy Couch of Faycttevillc. Miss Stewart is « senior in the Faycttovillc High School. He is a graduate of the tamo, school in the 1950 class, and is now employed by Smith Radio Shop. Time and place of wedding will be announced at a later date.--Green's Studio. S A L E ! USED SINGER SEWING MACHINES Electric Portables and Treadles SEE THESE BARGAINS -- SOLD ON EASY TERMS -ALL MACHINES GUARANTEED Singer Sewing Machine Co. Foyerteville, Arkansas In Any A g e . . . A Sign Of Confidence Yes, sir, for a long time now folks hove known the sign of a pharmacist can be trusted, and colled upon for any emergency. And that's the way it should be. We Deliver North Side Drug Store 930 N. ColUjt AT.. Phone 1314 Anderson, health leader, discussed self-examination for cancer. Members voted to donate $5 to the Red Cross Drive and further plans were made (or a well-test ing project., Mrs. Bill Jayroe was enrolled as n new member of the club. There were 22 members present and one visitor, Mrs. Bertha Hurlbut of California. Mrs, John Anderson will be hostess to the club for its April meeting. Siony Valley Club. Studies Labels The Stony Valley Home Demonstration Club met Thursday in the home of Mrs. I'aul Browning. Eleven members answered the roll call with "Something I can do to Be healthier." Mrs. E. C. Fall-less of Decatur was a guest. The group sang "My Wild Irish Rose." Mrs. Glenn Sutlon presented the devotional, after which the group repeated the Lord's I'raycr, Mrs. H. D. Lynch and Mrs. BoM-man Garrett read the poems, "Let's Look Ourselves Over" and "The Stony Path." . The Importance of reading labels was demonstrated by Miss Mary Jane Baker, assistant home demonstration agent. The group examined labels from canned noodi and discussed them; Mrs. Joe Reed, home grounds ' leader, reported on the recent home Improvement meeting, nnd.thft group discussed ways to Improve the community's, appearance. Gifts were presented to the. hostess, Mrs, Browning. The eur- arise pnckngc was won by Mrs. Lynch, The April meeting will bt n the home of Miss Pauline Hail. Revival Meeting Starting Tuesday, March 18 GOSHEN CHURCH OF THE NAZAREHE NIGHTLY AT 7:45 " % ' · REV. BOB CARROU, Evangelist KEITH A. PAGAN, Musician and Singer Everyone Welcome! li Corhara "Strasbourg"*, introduced in 1897, i an excellent example of the ornate- style, ot decoration. Rococo, which waj first used in ih'c Louis XV period. "Strasbourg" is characterized by curved lines and a restrained decoralion of marine thells. Scrolls dominant the doipn which ends at [he handle lip wilh t iheli motif. 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