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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 25, 1952
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, fttarcfc 31, IfM j f t Daily Calendar of Events *.-- -- «v * ' ,' · Tom^ht . . . Spaghetti.Supper, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 6:30 Sub Deh Club, Sug Cat* 7 Nt"al .Reserve Composite Unit,-Eaton Building, T OrderVisf : Ralnbow For Girls, Masonic Hall, 7 D:A,V;t"Uglon Hut, 7 . . . . : ." ' · · . . · : . . " . : . . . . ' · ' AAUW International Relations Group, Mh. 1. E. Valle, 7:SO 308th Military Government Group; 112% West Center, 7:30 Hetekeh Lodge, 100F fl|ll, 7:30 Chi Omega Alumnae, Mrs. Lonni* Hall, 7:30 Wednesday . . . Exchange'Club, Ferguson'*,' 12 . ' Iris Garden Club, Mrs, Charles Clinehens, 1:30 Dee Gee Club; 4 Chi Ome|a Mothers .and Daughters Dinner, Chapter House, 6 40 Club Dinner Dance, Uark Bowl, 7 Kaval Reserve Electronic:Company 8-8 Drill, Eason Building, 7 Eelta Sigma, Hugh'Klncald, 7:30 " Kapp» Alpha Phi, 45 East Rock Street, 7:30 SMlsi-Volunteer Air Fore* Reserve Training Squadron, UA MUltary.DepL, 7:30 i.o.o.r,rlooF H»)i;.1 -..- :I«Jler (poke before ;j .:»nd Professional . aiehcksolthCThlted Nation* Se curltjr ; Ceuhcii. 1 Tjlirmitilnji- Was - ' the UNttCO conference In-tiew York, attending afthe enly rep- reieriUtive from Arkansas among the 2,400 "Ieg»te« *cm 37 countries represented. In her report, Mri. Erjgler stated thai Europe'i chief 'concern. Ii peace and .Asia's concern Is -independence, food Ii most irhpertant In thetFai! ,E*ii, a fertile field for communism, the . Mid. Dlteetes . prevalent with children In. many countries have been eradicated or greatly reduced -through the work end efforts of speclil agency vork of the UN, .however.' ·' ". ". ' " · Mrt.'Merl»ret Griffith wai.ln- troduced as a new member and Mlti Elizabeth Heffleflnfer end Mif». T. : R. Heith'were Itierti. A eontribt»tlbn,we» the Tor- Btdo.Iellef fund'before 'refresh- inehti of coffee and cookies .were aerved by the legislative committee wltlch was also In charge of the program. They were Mln Ml»a Marshall, Mrs, King Wheeler end MUl Juanlta Caudle. ^ rcleClub Plans Auction Sate ' The Friendly, Circle Club met tilt evening-, with Mri.. Mibel Nlaan. There were 10 members "preient. · : Articles of 1 clothing w e r e jbrimght b y ' each member to be efM.Jor the relief of tornado victims. YThe devotional was given By. Mrs/ Hoy Ollvere and plans were discussed for "an. auction ·ifle to be held soon. After the Dullness -session garnet : were played and Mrs. John Clark received the mystery package. In concluding the evening, refreshment were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be April 17, with Mrs. Jake O'Dell. Supper'Compliments. · Iowa Visitors 3- Mr. end Mrs. Jack · Event of * Durham were hosts at a supper, j given Saturday night in honor ol { Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sprait and chill dren' of',Mt;: Pleasant, Iowa. , Other guesti v,'cre,Mr. and Mrs ; :Andr*w i Smith of Sulphur City, Mr and Mrs, Curl McOanleli ana chljdTfn, Mri and Mrs, Jack Evans, ·Jr.j-Mrs. Lucille Osburn ond chllr dren, Mrs. Bonnie Cusnck .and children and Clayton Adams, all of Feyetteville. _ Springdale Club Entertained Here "i Ma], and Mrs: H. crBui-tpnj »ot East Maple, entertained ~" "the Springdale Friday Night Couple's Club March 21 with a Lenten buffet, supper and an evening of bridge. Guests Included *Dr.: and Mrs. Stanley ApplcRat*, Dr. and Mrs. Preiton Broldon, Mr. .and . Mi's. Jack Danf orth. Miv and "Mrs." 'Kcn- ricdy Denver, Mr! 'and Mrs; Ronnie! Gardener, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Stafford. Bridal Shower Honors Mrs. Fannie Moore Mrs. Tannle Moore wan honored with a bridal shower Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Rusaell Moore, assisted: by Mrs. Ray Jamet, Mrs. Eva Williams, and Miss Ethel Mullenlx. Following games and presentation of gifts, coffee and cake* were served. (Juents" Included Mrs. Frank. Cad, Miss Bcrnlce Kami's, Mrs. N«ii Brewi»r.'-.Mrs.'-Ahna' Mashbilrh, Miss Annie Lee Cobh, Mrs.-C-.-V, Brown. Mrs. ^Al Whlt- comb,THUi"Leli:whltcomb', Miss Beulah Whltcomb, Mrs. Elsie Patterson, Mrs. Myrtle Harris, Mrs. Bertha Jones, Mrs. J. D Edmiston, Mrs. M. N. Hlnkle, Mrs Arthur Patterson, and Mrs. Stella Matthews. ,~ic- ' f JUMBO ILOOM "Royal Red Velvet" AFRICAN VIOLETS Special. by-Meill $119 I eo. (2 fer $3.00) Man* Felkt S«r, "Tin ·leemt Ai. Bit At fllrtr Dollars" Here's ·my n«wttt, mwt boiutlfui varleti' at Alrlcan viclfl. Lovtllrr er reen of bcautr. Offtnd .for « MNiMl time at Dili »TMtni low 11.11 ea. or VelTM Arkansas War Dead Returned To U.S. ^Korean \var dead from Arkansas, returned to the United States aboard the Iron Victory which arrived"' Sunday at 6«m Francisco are: . · - :· Sgt. James A. Fletcher, eon of ·Tames B, Fletcher, Eudora; Master Sgt, Fred W. Murray, husband of Mrs.'Charlotte E. Murray. Little Rock; Second LI. Harold F. Overton, son of-Harold A. Oyerton, Malvern. Persbnal* ··Jot B. Grebe of lit North Walnut Street went to Little Rock last night to enter, Unlvertlty Hospital as · patient.' Mrs. Paul Lewis In In Fort Smith today for the JOtb wedding anniversary^of .her .parents, Mr. and Mr«. J. A. Golden. .Mrs. Ralph Carter and her mother, Mrs. Mary K. Eck,' returned last night from Scmlnolt, Okla., where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Carter's father, John L. Eck,. who died Friday morning. Dr. and Mrs. G. Harrison Butler Ml last night after receiving word of the death of his brother, Dr. Thomas C. Butler, In* San Antonio,. Texts. They expect to return this weekend, " · . - In Little Rock to attend the Mutual Insurance Company dinner, given In -observance of its 200th anniversary,' are W. M. Rltter, who it chairman of the committee in charge, and Mr. and Mrs. George McKlnncy. Mr. and Mrs. Will Fleming and Mrs. F. M. Wylie .of Fort Smith were Fayettevillfc visitors today. Mr, and .Mrs.'Fleming guests of their, son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and "Mrs. Joe. Fleming and family, and Mrs) Wylle guest of her'son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs! Ted R, Wylle. Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Hudson have returned from Erie, III., where they attended "the golden wedding anniversary of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hudson. In their absence, Mrs. Hudson's mother, Mr», 'LUcy. : Woodruff of For', Smith, remained here With her granddaughter, Becky Hud- Here for', the funeral: of Mrs. Dan T. Gray were'Mr: and Mrs. J. .D. Hardin of Albany, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Casey Barrett, also of Albany, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Gray, Nevada, Mo,, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie-Gray of McFalt, Mo.', arid Miss-Emily Dale Gray -find J. Scott : Roge'ra|- both "of Washington, D. C. Marguerite Dlckson who has been stationed at the Naval Hospital at Camp Lejeune, N, C.', with the WAVES, has recently received * commission as · first lieutenant In the Air Corps Reserves and is visiting, here with her aunt, Mrs. S. C. Bohsrt until she receives her assignment. U.A. Soci.l Ntw« officers of the University chapter of Delta Gamma sorority have been (elected. Dorothea -Murzicoi, Texarkana, Texas, will serve n president; Delon Bowden, Little Rock, as vice president; Princes Garrett, El Dorado, as secretary; Ra'moria Patrick, Charleston, N. C., as treasurer; Uwthy Little, Benton, as. social chairman, arid Sally Ingcls, Fayetteville, ts pledge mistress. Miss Bowden his received an awarde for being high ' point pledge this year, and also a. jewel pin for being -model pledge. Alumnae of the sorority have named Sue Redyard the outstand- ing'senior of the year, presenting a loving cup to her. Six University students have been initiated Into Phi Delta Theta fraternity: John Melsen- liacher, Little Rock; Gustav Graham, Tuckerrnan; Jack, -Evans. Joplln, Mo.; Dick, Cross, Little Rock; George Gillie, Joplin, Mo., and George Paul, Springfield, Mo. Ursula Stephens, · University student from Gurdbn, has been installed as new ' president of Davis Hall, women's residence hall. Other newly installed officers are: Ann Sneer, Fort Smith, vice president'; Frances Parker, Huntsvllle, secretary; Betty Parsley, Newport, treasurer, and Blanche Llndsey, Bauxite, social chairman. Fred Shaffer, son o f ' M r . and Mrs. Bill Shaffer, who is serving aboard the.' USS, LST 827, has Joined the Pacific Fleet and is ;n route to Japan by the wly of Ihe-Philippines. A graduate of Diesel Engineering School, Shaffer ias been put'in charge of the section on ship to instruct In Advance Diesel Tnlnlng. n · Business Teachers To Hear Blanchard The Business Education Section of the Arkansas Education Association will hold its annual convention at Little Rock on Friday, according to Herber S. Madaus of .he University, president of the jroup. - Prof. Clyde--!; Blanchard, head of the department of business education "at TulBSf University, will speak. · Items of business to be considered a t ' t h e meeting will'In- clude election of officers for the corning year and discussion of the reparation of a handbook for Arkansas business teachers. Rex Woodruff, senior electrical engineering student in the University, has been named chairman of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers. He will take office next fail. Woodruff, the son of Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Woodruff, Mena, succeeds James R. Younkiri, Fayetteville. He Is also a member of Theta Tau, national professional engineering fraternity. Jimmy Snapp, Walnut Kidge, was named model please of the fall pledge class of the University chapter of Kappa Sigma fraternity at a banquet honoring new initiates this Week. Other students who have just been initiated by the fraternity are; Bill Mays, Fordyce; Frank Wilson, Neosho, Mo.; Grady Thompson, Fort Smith; Pat Janscn, Walnut Ridge; Archie Adams, Pine Bluff; Bill Ketchum, Lonoke; Beverly Lambert, Holly Grove; Johnny Cole, Warren; Bill Alexander, Osceola; Pat Phillips, Ashdown; Brad. Young, Texarkana; Gene Raff, Helena, Sidney Carvlll, Helena; Bill Bell, Perry- vllle; Fred Burress, Jonwboro; Bob Waters, Hot Springs; Joe Ed McRae, Hot Springs; Joe Hemphill, Hughes; Ted Hurley, Warren, and Frank Wagner, Blytheville. A concert by Ray Anthony; which will be open to the public, will be given March 2* at the University Field House preceding the annual Military Ball. Tickets will be available «t the door. The concert will be given from 7 to S p.m., and the ball will .begin at 9 p.m. ; · Jean Sutton of Huntsville has been elected president of the Associated Women Students at the University for next year. Sally Ingles, Fayetteville, will be vice president; Anna Jean Pappas. Hot Springs, secretary, and Marjorle Hammond, Fayetteville. The ot- fleers wjll be. installed next month. Miss - Sutton and Miss Ingles will represent the group at the Eastern Convention of Associated Women Students, to beheld at Penn State College April 22-2fl. Alke'sBeiulyShop NOW UP TOWM 7W E. MT. ST. P*tm. Lattlt StrlH Itusenable Prlcet Ph«ne 410 «f 2131 Ivenlng. Announcements Clemlnf Clik the Cloverleaf Club will meet at the home of Mrs. H. C. Knight, 14Z Hill Street, tomorrow at 2:30 p.r.i. Members are asked to bring packages for. the Easter baskets. Rlgmt f i t Mothers and V/lvei Sigma Nu Mothers and Wives A'lll have their monthly, luncheon meeting Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Mrs. Leonard Greenhaw will be hostess to the group at the ! Karl Greenhaw home on Goshen ' Road. . I trawel and Spade Garden Club ! The Trov/el and Spade Garden 1 ' Club will meet Thursday at 2:30 ' p.m.. with Mrs. M. L. Price, 512 North Highland Avenue. . Whetlchoir Trip Endf Benefit Spaghetti Supper | A benefit spaghetti supper, ' sponsored by thhe Altar Society, i will be held this evening begin- j nlng at 5:30 o'clock in the recreation hall of St. Joseph's Catholic Church. ·- ' Tear 'Round Garden Club The Year 'Hound Garden Club will meet Thursday at 2 p. m., in the home of Mrs. Howard Ward- aw, 724 Park Avenue. Thimble Club The Thimble Club will m e e t tonight at 8 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Garnctt Jones on North College Avenue. Washington Lodge One Washington Lodge One'will have a called meeting at 9 o'clock- tomorrow morning to attend the funeral of James Suttle. Washington Lodge One Washington Lodge One will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Masonic Hall, for work in the EA Degree. Refreshments will be served. Births Mr. And Mrs. Bryan H. Oibiirn "*'Mr, and Mrs. Bryan R Osburn of Springdale announce the birth of a daughter, March 22, at the County Hospital. Mr. And Mrs. Billf Paul Mar Mr. and Mrs. Billy Paul May o: Springdale announce the birth o: a daughter. March 22, at the County Hospital. Mr. And Mrs. Norman Million Mr. and Mrs. Norman Million ol Favetteville announce the birth of a son, March 24, at the County Hospital. Nin Consumes Barrel if BAKING SODA One man told us he took baking soda for years, Claims he* has used over a barrel of it f o. stomach gas, but got only temporary relief. Recently he quit the soda habit and took CERT A-VIM. This new medicine is bringing REAL, last- 'ng relief to many Fayetteville gas victims because i' is taken BEFORE (not after) meals and thus works with your food. It helps digest your meals faster, so your food doesn't lay there and ferment. Besides rehcvlnj gas, CER- TA-V1N also contains Herbs with Vitamin B-l and Iron to enrich jour" blood and make your nerves stronger. Weak, miserable people soon feel , different all over. So don't go on s u f f T l . i g . Gel CERTA-VIN--Clinehcn's Kayette- ville Drug Store. --adv. tt GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 64c Holland Irm. lacker Plant For the Easter Parade! ·Straws ·Piqut ·Straw Cloth ·Bali Cloth ·Rustic Straw 2.00 3.00 3.95 5,00 5.f5 Scoops Sailors Pillbox Derby Poodlt Bonnits Cloche All Colors Millimiry Department Lot Angeles-(P)-Mr.. and Mrs. Joseph Richard Iclt an airlicr last night to end a cross country trip that started withjlichard pushing his arthritic and pojio-ridden wife in a. wheelchair from New:Haven, Conn. The trip ended at International Airport-here after an li-hour flight from New York, paid for by an anonymous benefactor! Richard started the trip because his wife Rosalind needed'to be in a warmer climate. They left New HaVen with only $15. Some . bees visit flowers to gather pollen in ihe "basket*" oh their legs, and then feed the pollen to young and Immaturit bee«. " . AaVertaw U the TIMES--II pert. Branded Drugs Keep Baby Healthy . . . and the r«t ef your family. .too, for trie.; brand :'you jinow.. ii- thV^brand you {earT'irUit. No 'Matter what drugs or sundries you need you'll find we Have them, produced by companies f a m o y t f o r ' their reliability. . .".' Collie* RvuUl 100 W. DkkMm. Phom 1009 "One of Arkansas' Fine Stores" And International Latex Offer You a , -- Pre-Eqster Special -Your favorite Playtex Girdle at a new low price ·*-· Never such an idea · as White Magic- expressed in such a magical girdle as Playtex Fab-Lined! It's like stepping into another worH-lo see how this figure-diminishing girdle makes the inches vanish, to jecl the freedom that Playtex gives you! It's like wearing a slim cloud--to enjoy the comfort of that powder-soft fabric lining next to your skin-fused to the smooth latex sheath without a scam, stitch or bone. And more magic-it's invisible under the most clinging clothes. All this-and the beauty of White Magic, too! , Come, write, phone for your Playtex Girdle today! SUPERMAN'S, FAYETTEVULE, ARK. !· SUM golden tnbei, fhlli Miile « Bloitom Pink--4.M and Were 8.85. and 8.85 (Other Flaytcx Girdles from 11.10.) . Extra-large sizes, illghtly higher. ,1

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