Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 24, 1952 · Page 2
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 24, 1952
Page 2
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MKAMSAt , M«r«h 14, t»M fHMHHHilillHNIMIIIMIItlMli'lllllltllhllllllllllllMllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Daily Calendar of .Events I HI-SI ub, Clubroom, 7:00 J B. P. W. C., Clubroom, 7:30 . ; Washington Lodge Oiic, Masonic Hall, 7:30. . . . | Tuesday . , . / .! Country Club Coffee, B:30. a . m . : I Lions Club, Fcrguson'si 12 · J Kiwanij'Club, :Washiii{l6n Hole]. .12 ' · · Tel Delt» Moiherj, Mrs. J, A. Willlami, j tN.F.P.O'.O Auxlliry,:"Mri;iKlnl«y.J6hniQn, J = . . tModern Literature Club, Miss Georgia Clark, 1 j Sub.Deb Club, SUR Cate, 7 . . . · ' · · " · " · '· Naval Jtebrve Composite -Unit, Eaton. Building, 7 I Order ol Halnbo'w For tilrli, Muonlc Hall, 7' ;. · ·. jD.A.V., Legion Hut, 7" ' .'· · AAUW International Relations Group,. Mri. J. E. Vaile, 7:30 ',306th Military Government Group, 112 H West Center, 7:SO ^ebcOiah Lodge, IOOF.Hall, 7;30 .Chi Omega Alumnae, Mr*. Lonnie Hall, 7:30 . Little Rock Officers Guests At KP.W. Meeting . . A dinner-meeting for the planning board of the Business and i Professional Women'* Clubs was * held yesterday at the Washington ; Hot«l with Miss Jane Boberls, j;trlct chairman in charge of ir- .;'rangemenui. . . . "America th« Beautiful" wa« ?»ung, opening the meeting. This · was led by'Miss Pearl Porter. i Cueitt were introduced by each 'i'lub president, and Mrs. Roberts .^Introduced Mrs, Fannie. Hardy, 'alate .redlstrictlng. chapman; and ,Ml»i Gertrude Witt, stale mcm- ', b«rship chairman,: both of Little SROCk. ·· ;:.-:. . ' - . , . 1 A flannel board discussion was i given by Miss Witt, assisted by Mrs. Hardy, on the history of B. Hot Flashes" Stopped or strikingly !· If yoii'rt mlHfable from tUt '.'hot JlaaheV" ana aw«ni«Jiri»t 'IrrltaHi, fitttlMa feellngi of/'chanit of life"-- irou jaur k* auSerlag uaaeoeaiarilrl *rtr , . . in iuti tt tfocteri . . . Lydlt tnnkbwn'n Compound and,.T»b]rta Jbroiint relief tram such functionally- muaM aufterlng to M% and ·*% (re' ' e t t v e l r ) at the wenen teatedl tHttt or UHlcIni rtllttl ':· Teal Basaarth tat «rot»d thwt m«l- M*H (fwr*llf *l .mail n (« «o»lon . , . . ·kM.BkM* Mrg whtn to look Jor nlii' .mil* UMW duutwiai, iwrmut, "out '·( MHa" IMllnti «t KK-1IX "ehinti"! i ·o...|HLr*l*C. HMIwm'I VMtteblt ·«tMiMM«3 Irani iWimtcrtui. too, lor Hit .'/uttction«l atlfM o/ mcnitruct H and P.W, aha;Us ilahdardj,"Key to Fuller Living." ' ,"B. and P. W, became a fedcrr ·ted organization in July of 1919 with 284 clubs representejl, 1 ; Misi Witt stated. "It. now Includes 4,700 ctubi wltl)-;I«(),OIH) members, an more thin' 700 occupations represented. Arkansas'now has a. membership «., 3,300."' Other clubs' represented : at the meeting- were 1 from Sprlngdale Hunlsvllle, Bentonvlllc, Rogers Slloam Springs, Berryvllle anc Harrison. McGaughey To Speak At Press Club Banquet · Carroll McGaughey, associate editor of the Arkansas Gorelle, will' b» principal speaker' at the annual University Jress Club banquet April, 3 at thr Uark Bowl, The banquet Is given for the staffs of| the (ludelil newspaper, the Traveler,- and the yearbook, the Razprback. · · · '.The University student named as Mlsi Arkansas Traveler will be announced and next year's Traveler staff will be named by Tom Jygard, Little Rock, editor for U6Z-B3. A trophy will be given to an Arkansas Traveler reporter for lUtstandlne work, and keys will it awarded to outstanding members of the Traveler nnd Raf.or- back editor!*! and business staffs. Luncheon-Shower Compliments Mrs. Tommy Land Complimcnllng Mrs, T o n* m y Land, a luncheon-shower was given Saturday afternoon by Mrs. Arch Cloud at her .home on Re- tocca Street, Mrs, Land was the former Miss Daryl Pratt. · The luii'heon table was centered with a yellow and white arrangement of spring , flowers In a crystsl bow], -flanked by green tapers In crystal holders'. Miniature gumdrop nosegays were used for\ place cards. - ' , After the dessert course 1 , the honoree received her gi'ts on a lea cart. These were unwrapped and displayed. Those who attended. w '.e Corky Fe'iblemaii, Martha .Ann Mayes, Pat Kelly, Peggy BroiV.:s, Sue Hatfield, Charlotte Edmonson Gayle Jones, Lynell Smith, Lena Sue Walker, Sharon "· 'Prill, Earlene Land, 'Mrs, E. W. Dozler,' Mrs. Earl Land and Mrs. Leonard I'ratt, mother of the nonoree,- Miss Thomas Complimented With Birthday Dinner ..Miss .Friday Ethel Smith entertained night with a chop ,»uey TO PURCHASERS OF NEW 1952 48" JETiTOWER DISHWASHER WITH HYMO-ILICTRIC CONTROL To introduce the new 1054 Youngs- · town Kitchen* 48" Jet-Tower Diah- wiAher with Hydro-Electric Control, we nre making the above offer. t6 purchasers who will promise to show ·nd c*pUin ii to five friends, neighbors, or relatives, " , No other method - washes dishes in bleati, so fist! In less t h a n ten minute^, dishes are wn.thrd. flushed ami "rinsed hygieniKIIy clean, sparkling bright! *T5.W *!Uwenc« *n th» 17" mtrftl. * YOUNGSTOWN KITCHENS 48* ELECTRIC SINK Kllell pritt $429" Sfttitl illtwonti. 100°° ..$329" EASY TEKM! MirchlS-MoySI, It52 IMS Yoimd»loirn Kitchen! Electric Sink, 48" widt. Jet' Tower piiliwohinR, f u l l jink (utilities Food Waste Dispiurr and rinje »ptay available at extra coil. CrCimty Appjimci Co, on us TOH UKVICE ·Mi SIMM p hM , fir dinner at her home, 203 Conner Street, In. honor. f the birthday of Miss rteathel ThomaV Guests came dressed in Chinese fashion- ed-pajamai and coolie coats. Other.guests were Miss Luella Lille, Miss Dorothy Estes, Miss Edith Smith;; Miss Geneva Clark, Mls8 i : nhct» Pence, Mrs. 'Pearlc Trowhridgc, and Mrs. W. T, Smith mother., of the' hostess. ' -The 'centerpiece for" the. dlnlm table · was an arrangement o spring flowers, and folIoWinf 'th dinner.(he evening wai ipini i playing -.·jnnt«, Telephone Employes Begin Red Cross Drive C. T. Hubbard, district manager of the Southweitern Bell Telephone Company, has announced that telephone employe! of the Fort Smith district are organized o help In the local, communltln in the drive, tor Bed; Croai funds ; Mr. Hubbard named Jim Clark and -Mrs. Mable Horton to conduct the campaign in the Fayetle- vllle exchange. The. co-chairman states that all employes are being liven a chance to assist in raising 'he Fayettevljle Red Croii qtiota. H. D. Clubs Announce Meetings For Week' Scheduled 1 meetings this week of the Washington, County Home )omonstr.itlnn - Clubs are an* nounccd as follows: Tuesdiiy, Sulphur City, Betty 'ones, 1:30 p.m., White Rock, jommunlty House, 7:30 p.m.; Falrvlcw, Community, Building, 11 a.m.; Wednesday, Farmlngton, clubrooms, 1:30 p.m., Haldwin, Mrs. Leonard Couch, 1:30 p.m., Baptist Ford, Mrs, J. T, Mace, I I a.m., Monitor, lunch, room, 1:30 p.m.; .'.Thursday, Ml, View, Tcrj-y Village;. Mrs. Eloiso Jante, 7:30 p.m.; Friday, Vineyard, Belle Harrison, 2 p.m., University Heights, Mrs. R. M. Anderson, 2 p.m., Peaceful Valley, Mrs. Minnie West, 2 p.m. bemocratic Women's Clubs Have District Meeting Bates-Jefferson Have Joint Meet Of P.T.A. Groups A joint meeting of the 'Bates School P.T.A, and Ihe Jefferson School P.T.A. was held Thumday at Bates School. The meeting opened with the invocation given by Lewis John* »on, followed by a talk on "Our Schools" -by Vir«il Blossom. The program which concluded the meeting, consisted of a piano solo by Owanda' Fay · Davis; a reading by. Naomi Baker and a vocal solo by Zelda Hazelwood with accompaniment by Owanda Faye Davis. - , During the Bates business meeting, · officers were . elected as: J. Bruce Kellar, president; Mrs. T. L. My«n, vice-preildent; Mrs'. Arlin Jones, secretary; · Mrs. Vaughn, treasurer. A E l m o rummage sale was planned for April 12th and room count was won by the room of Mm. Arlle Bolt. Jefferson School's b u s i n e s s meeting also included the election of officers. They are Mrs. W. H. Morris, president; Mrs. Bert Flowers, Jr., .first vice-president; Mrs. Judson Smith, second vice- president; Mrs. nalph Sims, secretary; Mrs, Grovcr Couch, treasurer. This group planned a rum- mage'sale to be held March 29th. Room count was won by Mrs. Charlotle Couch. · Refreshmenls were served in Ihe school .lunchroom after the program and ..meeting. Hostesses were ladies from Bates School. Matrons Class Meets At Frank Tuttle Home The Matrons Class of the Central Methodist Church .was entertained at the home of Mrs. Frank Tqttle, Highway 71, north,-Friday JfttJ-noon. .Mrs. J. F. EacKstrom was co-hostess. There were"" 18 nembers present and two guests, Mrs. Marie Hnllandei and Mrs. Eunice Thclan of Des Moines, Inwa. Following a Bible quiz, conducted by the hostesses, a dessert course was served from a table decorated with spring flowers, which were also used throughout the house. Missouri Quartet o Present Program The University of ^Missouri Itring Quartet, a faculty ensemble ounded in 1934, will present a irogram at the University Arts Center Concert Hall at r, p. m. 'hursday. The quartet personnel includes :ogers Whltmore, first violin; Huth lelcher Quant, second violin; George C. Wilson, viola, and Elizaeth Mulchy, cello. Mr. Whilmore, ·ho founded the quartet, is, pro- cssor of violin and chairman-of le department of music. Us violin :udy Included three years each 1th Otlakar Sevcik of the Prague onservatory' and Cesar Thom- h of Belgium, and a Juilliard oundation Fellowchlp for one ear's study with Leopold Auer New York. ' The Third Congressional District meeting of the Democratic Women's Clubs was held Saturday night-following dinner at the Chicken House In . Sprirgdalc. Unils of., Washington, Madison and Johnson counties were represented. Officers were elected as: Mrs. Pearlc Trowbridge, Fayetteville, chairman; Mrs. S. E. Apple of Fort Smith, first vice-chairman; ^r«. W. E. Acre of Huntsvllle, second vice-chairman;. Miss Laura Lowe of Springdalc, recording secretary; Mrs..Myrtle Hanna, Fayetteville, c o r r e s p o n d i n g secretary; Mr», Jack Paul, Ozark, treasurer; Miss Suzanne Llgh:on, parliamentarian; Mrs. Owen Revis of Ciarksvllle, historian; Mrs. pllle Beaver, Springdale, chaplain; Mrs, Zula Calico, Huhtsville, councilor. .. The. new officers were installed in a candleilghting ceremony by Mrs. Elmo Thompson, third atate vice president, of Hartman. The U shaped table was decorated with a large Easter basket and spring flowers. This was in charge' of Mrs, 1 Mona Murphy of Springdale, Guest for the evening was Mrs., W. P. Hail of Springdale, and entertainment was a Hawaiian dance number by Miss Lettie Cain of Huntsville: . Mrs. H. Honored At Tea And Shower Mrs. 'Silas H. Campbell, 631 Wall'Street, entertained with a tea and shower Friday evening at her ho'me, honoring Mrs. Herman W. Rllcy. Gifts were brought into the living room in a pink and blue bassinet .and were- unwrapped by the honoree to be displayed. Guests were served from a lace covered table renterd with a .crystal bowl of pink gladioli, blue IPjllntjed daisies and baby breath. Individual cakes were decorated with pink and blue floral designs. Mrs. George S. Rogers, Sr., presided at the tea table during the first hour and Mrs. Joe Backus, during the second, serving the 35 guests".\vho wore present. "A corsage was received by the honoree as a gift from the hostess. Dr. Orr To Be Heard In Lecture Series Dr. Kenneth G. Orr, visiting professor of social anthropology in the department of sociology, will discuss the strength of Communist movements in Southeast Asia in a lecture on "Power Structures of Southeast Asia" to be liven in the game room of the Student Union, tomorrow night at 8 o'clock. This, is the third.of a seriet.ot four lectures on the general. ( theme of "Anthropological Observations' On The Road To Mandalay." The public is invited. tending Gulf Park College at Gulfport, Mils., visited here over 'the Weekend in the home of Mils Kaye Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. 'Floyd .'Siiltlc o'f Baltimore; Md., will arrive Tuesday to attend the funeral .of Mr. Suttle's brother, Jamer, Ellis Floyd, who died in Little Rock yesterday. Mrs. Bertha Appleby Cunningham has returned to her home in Upland,- Calif., after visiting with relatives and friends in Fayetteville for the past two weeks. - M r . and Mrs. J. Royston Brown have returned to Little Hock after (pending a (ew days here. with Mrs. Brown's mother,: Mrs: H. L. Tuck, Sr. and her brother; Jack Tuck. · :.. · .: · " Dr. Fount Richardson is attending a convention of the Amqr'ican Academy of General Practitioner's being held in Atlantic City, N; J., as a delegate from the Arkansas Academy'of General Practitioners. Mr. and Mrs. Stcele McAllister. of Fort Smith were dinner guests yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. George Wagner, Th'ey left yesterday afternoon to accompany Mrs. Ann Glass, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .Wagner, to Booncville. ; Mr. and Mn. K..P. McCormick of SalliEaw, Okla., announce the birth of a daughter'in Sallisaw thli morning. Mrs..McCormick is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. B. B. Bronson of Fayetteville. Mrs!' Edmond P. Watson -and daughter, Cherry, came homo last night . from Rochester, Minn., v.'here. Cherry had been to the Mayo Clinic and had been hospitalized for a week in St. Mary's Hospital. Announcements Chl Oracfa. Alumnae Chi Omega Alumnae will meet tomorrow night'at 7:30 o'clock, in the home of Mrs. Lonnie Hall. Mrs. Norman McCartney and Mrs. Jerome McRoy will be co-hostesses;'' . _' .- 40 Club Dinner-Dance Reservations should be made, by noon tomorrow, by members of the 40 Club for the dinner-dance Wednesday night, Beginning at. 7 o'clock in the .Uark Bowl. Committee members in charge are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Schulz, chairmen, Mr. and ' Mrs. George Faucette, Mr. arid Mrs. Earl Allen and Dr. and Mrs. Edward Reed. Cbl Omega Methei* imt ' Daughter* Dbuwr Chi Omega mothers (nd theii daughters will be entertained with a dinner Wednesday evening at 6 o'clock, at the chapter house. Iris Garden Club The Iris Garden Club will meet Wednesday at 1:30 p. m., for a dessert' luncheon at the home of Mrs. Charles Cllnehens. Mrs. Urban Holland -will be co-hostess, Order Of Rainbow For Girls The Order of Rainbow For Girls will have formal initiation tomorrow night at 7 o'clock in- thi Masonic Hall. All members of the Order, of Eastern Star and th« Masonic bodies an invited to attend. ___ J _L.__ Genuine Italian Spaghetti. The best you ever ate and rll you want. Served at St. Joseph's Catholic Church basement, Tuetday, March 25th starting at 1:40 p. m. · · . ' - ' · ' ' '11-Ht-c .% GALLON Vinilla Ice (rein 64c Holland Ira. Ucktr Mont Personals Mrs. A. O. 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