Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 27, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 27, 1952
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1 . NMTHKBT MKAMUt ***, 7, mi Huhtsville" to'Be Named At Beauty Pageant A^out 20 of-Huntiville't lovely firll will''appear In a ' beauty psittnt Friday nirht. In th« high ·ehool iudltorlum il 7:30 o'clock. "Misi -Himtsville" will be chosen by Judges from Fayetteville. · , Mr«. Chirlcs Smile ·)! director of the pajeanl and his Announced that Flynn O'Malley of Fsyettc- vlile wiil be master orccroinnnlcs. Richard Greer, John-. .Kane, and Eon Lovell 'will providt enttrfaln- mtnt. . . : . All proceeds will be 'donated to the tornado relief fund to be handled by the. tied Crots. "ASOUIHERN FAVORITE'' BANANA CAKE with Mentation MOLASSES CREAM ! ICING A Tree* Jud|*i of the beauty contest will he Mrs. Sadie Qreer, Mri. Katherine Kane, Mrs. Marfarelti O'Malley, and Grecr, Kin* and Loveil. Baptist Ford Club Gives To Relief Fund · The Baptist Ford Home Demonstration C l u b met nt the hnmc of Mrs'l J. T. Mace, Wednesday tor a covered dish luncheon with II members and three children present. The group worked on » hooked rug Which will be, vyhcn finished, nine by 12 feet. Mrs! William Tyson led In the devotions with a discussion nnd - talk on the Life of Daniel, The Lord's Prnycr was repealed by all. Mrs. O. T, Wll- llnms led in Binning "Brighten the Corner Wh,ere You Arc," arid EUlc Chase rend the pocrn of the month, "Wild Violets" by S. Omai Barker. Mrs. Williams gave Ihc lewson on the picture o f - the month,, 'Gainsborough's masterpiece, "The Blue Boy." Mrs. Mace cave a health talk and facts on cancer. A discussion with questions and answers followed', · and · literature was distributed; It was voted In give $5 to the Red Cross f u n d and a building committee, was appointed with Mr«. G, E. Llndsey ns chnirmnn, Mr». Mace was 'elected secretary and treasurer to fill .the offices vacated by Jhc resignation of Mrs. L. F. Bromley; Mm. Clyde Jones was winner of (he mystery package. The next meeting will be With Mr«. Loreh Caiey, April 23. Foirview Club Has. White Elephant Sale. The Fulrview Home 'Dcmon- ulratlbn Club met Tuesday at the Community House with H members present and four guests, Mrs. Paul Sulllns, Miss Delia Bradley, Mr». Claude Lunsford and Mrs, B. R, Arthur of Plalnvlcw, Texiu. Mrs. Sullins and Miss Bradley became new members, After-'a covered dish luncheon a white elephant sale wan held The meeting was opened with the devotional* by Mm, Bill .Hembrce. The club voted to send $10 and n box af clothing to the storm- stricken area. Mrs. Arthur, being a SS-ycar member of » Home Demonstration Club, gave a talk on "Why' We Should Keep the Club Alive," nlul Mrs. Hcmbree gave « demonstration on making flowers from ribbon. .The mystery package WHS wor by Mrs.' Ari Carmody and game prizes were won by Mrs, Carmody and Mrs. Lunsford. The next Family Night will be a welner roast a t ' t h e ' C o m m u n i t y House April 18. HiHHiiiiHiiiiiiiHiiHimiiifXMiiniiiniiiHiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiimiHii 'Know Your Realtor" NEWS! · It i Howpften have you heard property owners say "I'd like to sell my home and buy another, but I can't afford to sell! Tax oh my capital jjain is '·^-IMJ-M*''- ° ' .. 1C! \. " ' ; - '·' - ' . - ' ' "" A recent law provides that when the sale of the taxpayer's principal residence is followed within a year by purchase of another house for use as his principal residence or when the. house is bought within a year'jw'vor to sale, gain is recognized only to the extent that the selling price of the old house exceeds the cost of the new one, For Complete Information "See Your Realtor" Eerie Bates, Hathcpek Building Med Caihien, Highway 71 North J. TV Duggar, Reit Haven Courts Chandler Realty Co., South Side Square J. D. Eagle, Cravens Building Wade Finchor, Arcade Building H. D. Hammond, Eaton Building Hugh Kincaid, 6Vi East Center McCartney-Lewis Co., 12 North Block Street G*orgo F. McKinney, Mellroy Building UH«y,A Company, Woolworth Building A. L. Slnmblin, 10 North College SNndard Realty Co., 29 Eait Mountain BlMW y*ra«iMer, Boston Store Building WhM»ir llMrty Co., Oserk Theatre Building WilkiM ItMrty Co., 902 North College F^ Ittii of Realtors MRS. KATHLEEN COZIER. . iiiiiitimniiii i ,i,i;ii,.,.,niuiMiiilliimiiiiiiiiiiiiin Daily Calendar of Events 'Tonight' . , . Boy Scout Hoard of Review, F|fst Presbyterian Church, 7 V.F.W,, lOBM, Wr.M Center, 7:30 I'nr Weil Chapter One, R.A.M., Mnfiinic Hall, 7:30 Vollure MB, 40 and 8, Legion H u t , 7:M Friday . . . Contact Club, Washington Hotel, 7:30 a. m. Kaynttevlllo Board Realtors, Ferguson's, 12 Women's Chanty League, Mrs. J. A. Williams, 1 Beta Sigma Phi Benefit Bridge-Canasta, Legion Hut, 7:30 Uhlvcrsjly of Missouri String Quartet, Arts Center Concert Hall, 8 Miss Fidler Honored With Linen Shower . Prairie Grove - (Special) Miss Mary Elizabeth Fidler .was complimented with a linen shower, given Monday evening by clnssmatcB, Mrs. J: B. Trailer, Mrs. Jay Kctchcr and Mrs. Tommy Lcdford, at the home of Mrs. Trailer. Following the chnwcr a dessert plate was served by the hostesses. * dut of town guests were. Miss Wanda Lou Shofncr, .Marcclche Tlddl? and Mrs, Ledford of Fay- otlcvlilo, and Mrs. Howard Colburn of Cane Hill. - Benefit Concert t Planned 'For-UA Fund 'The University Symphony Orchestra will be heard at 4 p.m. Sunday, April fl, In a benefit .concert for the Symphony Scholarship Fund. The now fund' will provide scholarships for string players at the' University. Murx Pales, conductor of the symphony, will be violin soloist while Edmund J. Marty, guest conductor; loads the orchestra in two Romances lor violin and orchestra by Beethoven. Also on the program arc Twelve Conlra-dalicca by Beethoven, Intcrmcz7.o from "llary Jnnns." a suite by the Hungarian composer, Kodnl.v; and the "Romantic" Symphony by Howard Hanson, who is director of the Eastman School of Music. Tickets for the concert will be available at the music department office any afternoon (luring the . week, or at .the box office of the f Concert Hall the afternoon of the 1 concert. Keller Drama Students To Present Program The second evening of drama will be presented tonight by drama students of Mrs. Sue Keller. A variety nf one act plays, cuttings from full length dramas and readings will be given at the studio. Those participating in' the presentation are Rosalie Bent, Diana AVray, Nnrma Kennan, Emile Son- nemah, Gay Warren, Barbara Bos- Ion, Sarah Trager, K a y c I l i e W o o d r'u f f, Paula Cummings, Nancy Snydcr, and Eudora Horton. Announcements University of Missouri String Quartet The .Unlvcrsily department of music will present tonight at 8 o'clock, the University of Missouri String Quartet at the Concert Hall nf the Arts Center. Scents Plan Trip To Philmont Ranch A total of 30 Explorer Scouti, ranging from the ages of 14 years to 17 years of age have signed up to make the trip to the Philmont Scout Ranch in Northeastern New Mexico in July this year, accord* Ing to Dwlghl Sample, Jr., chairman of the Philmont Spout Ranch Promotion Committee. Sample stated .that R. Karl Karnsworth, principal of the Fort Smith Senior Hich School and Explorer Advisor of Post No. 66 of Furl Smith 'will be the leader of the expedition for the sixth time. Ho will be assisted by Jack H. Storey, former field executive and now a. scoutmaster of Troop No 14 of fort Smith. A third adul leader will be selected later. Boys from this vicinity makln, the trip this year include: Hober Bcvers, Don Whitaker .and Jac 1 Deason of Rogers; Don Lewis an Jimmy Swartx of i'ayetteville; Jim 'Rcdpath, Robert L. Sims, Jr., am Dickie Collier of Harrison; am Mclren Muthis of Sprlngdale. The croup will leave Fort Smiil on July 27, making n side trip t the Carlsbad Caverns . In New Mexico, El Paso, Texas, Santa Fe and Taos, N. M., arriving at th Philmont Hanch near Cimsrron N. M., on August 1. There they will hove some 12 or more, days o mountain camping, hiking with a burrow.train In an altitude from seven to 12 thousand feet above sea level. i The total cost of the trip is $1)1 which includes bus transportation to the ranch and return, food en route and all camp fees while a Philmont. I Benefit Planned For Girl Scout Troop 44 Beta Sigma Phi will sponsor a benefit bridge and canasta party Friday night at 7:30 o'clock in the Legion Hut. Proceeds will go to troop 44 of the Fayetteville Glr Scouts. While sponsoring the troop for the past several years the sorority has aided in funds for camping trips, parties and part of the troop equipment. Door iiri7.cs will be supplied by total merchant!. ^v~v***'***ni«k AfftQVtl i · HAtnFl "tru 1 FDR CHILOS|jJ (0,000 fj Donetsk 8 Edit Cinter Phone 2616 GENERAI/-TOASTER Now is the time to buy your toasterl Whila our present stock of "General Automatics" lasts, you get this sensationally low price. Come in. Compare the "General Automatic" with the most expensive toasters, selling as high as $20.00. In the "General" you get the same designs, patents and features, FOR IKAUHf--Tdtrmeifetie cferatlM · Absolutely eceirele «*est*ceitrel trew "smi-kUt" te «·!«·» brew* · Heevy sHel ceostrmtlei, triele cbreme totiR« · OeteekeMe betteM fer tesy (ItenlRf · Operottt ·« AC er DC «irr**t · UK dtrwrlteri Leberetery Afprevte 1 · UeceMltie*' elly feerenttee* No Interest -- No Carrying Charge A Real $20.00 Value personals Mr. and Mrs. Bob Thompson of SprinicUle were overnight .guests last night In the home of Mrs. Thompson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Lane. Kenneth W. Philbeck 'of Dallas, Texas, has returned home after spending a Jew daye here as the Rucst of his mother, Mrs. John W. Philbeck, and his brother, Maj. John Philbeck and family. Mrs. Henry Jacoby,' ZeU Province president of Dallas, Texas; is in Fayetteville visiting Epsilon Chapter. She will be honored with a dinner this evening at the chapter house. Marine Tech. Sgt. Leo E. Nord- man, ion of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Nttdmin, of W«tt Fork, .has arrived in Hor«i for' fluty with a jet fifhter-bomber; squadron of Marine Air Group 33. Maj. and^Mrs. jnhn Philbeck left for Okla-homa Cit'y, Okla., today. He will leave by plane from there for Seattle, Wash., and the Far East; Mrs.. Philbeck and children will remain In Fayetteville until they can join Major Philbeck. '- Sgt. and Mrs, Ed E. Williams announce the birth of a daughter, Jennifer Jo,, in the Army Hospital at San Antonio, Texas, March 21. Sgl. Williams is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Williams of Rogers, and Mrs. Williams is the former Joan Greathouse of Fayetteville. · ' Mrs. R. C. Lani are their son, Newton Lane, and * daughter; Mrs. John D. Fllbecir, both''of Lbs Angeles, CaUf., They, were, called home because of the illness.'of. their mother. Mrs. Lan* will undergo an operation tomorrow morning. . i '· ' · Lippert S. Ellis and Mrs. EJlii- have returned from Little . Rock and Memphis, Tenri., where h« attended the annual meeting of thi Agricultural Council of Arkansas. In Bald Knob, he inspected tht storm damage to -the strawberry station. . . Dr G. E.' Bentley; director, of graduate studies in-.'EngliihVat Princeton University, is on the University campus, today and to* morrow in an advisory capacity:to discuss the "graduate profram iiv: English with'the department and-· the Graduate Council. - · - Guests in the home of Mr. and Adirrtiie In t»» TIMES--It paj». ..KEYED TO YOU AND YOUR BUDGET I your important Easter hat... SPRING VIOLET . . . fresh new accent for navy ONLY Of course you need a new hat on Easter Sund a y . . . and why not? when Penney's tigs luch smart ones so low! Textured strawcldth in soft-toned, flattering violet... a-bloom with Spring's freshest flowers and softened with sheer nylon tulle. P.S.: Yours, too, in darks, or other Spring pastels. 1

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