Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 31, 1952 · Page 2
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,1. ttOUIMIK MeWBAi nMH, ».r.m»l.. AHMMW, Monday, M.rth 11, W2 HMNHHMIlilllllHIimUIIIIIIIIIMHIHIIIIIIl L. F «Mtt; RATMUIN DOUBT Hiiiiiiiniiimitt iiiiiiiiiiim.MiiiimiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ^ ' | i Daily Calendar of Events · Tottighf . . , : .. : l ' '·::, :,tff..0,:t,. Asumaj Binq'Met, ftrfusoi'ii 7 · · - . . '. i fuesd t $y ..''."·'$ ' '""'· .'"· ' " · , .Joy'* Club Board'o£; Directors, FergM«'o»'», ,7:30 a. m, : Wonu!nV.ClyIc\Club : ;.B6ard, .Civic'.Clubrodms, 9:30 TI. 'm'."" Lions; ClUb? Ferjtuson'i la' 1 '-'".- iKfwahii Club, "Washington Hotel, 12 . . · Jfurai Builder'* Club;'Mm, K a r l G r e e n h a w , 2 - - S u b 13eb ClUb,'. : 6ug'.Cafe, 7 ' : · Vtashlngtiph"County; Medical: Sotlcty, Washington Hotel, 7' Naval Heierve 'Composite Unit,' Kason...Building, 7 . . 306th Military Government Group, h2Vi .West-Center, 7:30 Sportsmen's Glub, rCluhhouse, -7f36 go*.*.. 'Mwbnle, Hall; MO ' '··'··' ijMbl.ii's' Art tacture;-' AH Center Uc !t«--T)iu Alpha Alumnae, Mr», iclure Room, 7i4,1 Harold Clinchcns, B ^aughri-Graff WeddjhgPerforniec ding of Miss Martha Ora'.t, daugh ··;lejr OfrMr.'and Mri. Ernest Gra j of-Ml. -Pleasant, Tenn;',- to Doy vVauinivion'bf Mr. and Mrs. J. F ·Vaughn of. Springdaie, w a s - p e r itormed list Monday In the horn 'ot 'the H«v, Jamei Neal, The cou ··pl«'.*a« attended by Mr, and Mr Xewli'Hirmon. .sl-Misi'Grtff-ii a graduate of In 3iMtV-.Pllsa|ant;.H.Ig.h School. Th ^bridegroom received -his educaflo ·'in the Springdaie ··c.hools and I now in~.the ; Air-.Force, ; , . . . . . . \.A reception was liven, in HonO ofjUie young couple: following, th cireniony at t!ie Home of Mr, ant ·-. MrtvHarjTion.'.Folloiylnir a wed i ding'tfl'pV Mr. Vaughn"V?IU;'ripor .' to Langley Kleld, Va., from wherf hi yill leave "for London, Englimi 'iiiui member of We Air Force Po · illce Fprce._.. c - r - ' ' ! .- :· . - ' . - - · ' ' · · .- .'.- fDay-Harrelspn Wedding Announced \ Sprihgd«l*-(8|»clil)- ,Mn. Hoses Hatrelkone ·dele announce the' J marriage ? 0! their daughter, Leona, to, Paul G Day, son of Mr. and Mrt, Dallas -Day also of Sprlngdale, Thursday javenlng at J o'clock in the jrMl- .Sdence of 'ihe: Bey.'James' Neil. 1 ~i« bride, ilVen In marriage b; ''·''·" ;..w6ri"n";iirMi. : wfiii(! of embroidered navy nylon with i white bolero, white flow- · «r« and white icceJsorlej. She was HitUnded'oy her 'aunt, Mrs. Irene ' Celllns/'Whe Vai matron flf hnnor. ! "' : Both-thV'brJfl)'.and : W-ldegroom ··' weie educated W theVSprlngdale ' achools. Private.:Day spent -part · of .the year, talth the Tweniy.fourth · Inflntry.MHviclbh" in"Korea,: H : will be proeewed-at Camp Chaffee ·nd. rttMlKned, -'-· A; reception .was. given-In honor : oi the couple -at -the. home ot the i bride's parents' following the cere- H;'D, Glub'Schedule : :' . Announced For Week · '.. Meetings'of the Home-Demon atratlon Clubs have been, scheduled this week as 1 follows: .Tuesday, Rural Builders,. Mrs. Kirl Greehhaw, 2 p.m.; Wednesday, S«vby,- Community House, 1:30 p.m.;. - . . '· .Thursday, Rlchland. .Mrs: .Ot(i« Walton, noon. Walnut Grove .Cpm: munlty Bullaing,' Durham,' Com- rnunity Church, 2'p.m: Ml.'Comfort, Community Building, noon, Friendly Neighbors: :-· 1 Skylight, Evansvllle, Mrs. Doris Denton, -2 p.m., Mineral Springs, Commupnlty Building; 2 p.m., Friday, . .. Rogers Rainbow Girls To Observe "Hobo Day" .' Rogers - (Special) -Tlogers Aj- ·embJy No, 8, Order of Rainbow for: : Glrls;- will finance their trip to,the Grand Assembly held in Fayetteville, June 15, I6.'and 17,1 by Bulging a "hobo day" Saturday .April 19. The girls .will visit homes ''and ask housewives tor.any kind of work from mowing lawns to bjby silting, Approximately 23-members of the Rogers order will attend grand officers night at Eureka Springs. April 11;. Formal Initiation'of the new officers of the Rogers order will be held at the Masonic Tem- »if April 8, An Invitation has . bwe extended to the Bcntonvllle Assembly to lie guests of the Rog- eh ireup that evening. Fifth Sunday Coffee Given At VA Hospital '; The fifth Sunday' coffee hour sponsored by the ,!nck · Tldball Auxiliary of the V»iernns of Foreign. Wars, was held nt the Veteran's Hospital ycetcrdny nfter- noon.-. ' . ' Coffie was served In the rtec- reation Hall to Ihe pnr*nl« -ond their Quests. A muslcsl program was presented ny Sir. and Mrs Charles Davis,, -their' daughter, Geneva;, :and KerrS 1 Patrick. : Those (issls'llnji with the coffee were Itfrj. Lllll!! M, Cpurtncy, Mrs. Nori'-^Mi.*.' Ward,-'- Mrs. Helen Blackwell, Mrs. Bcrlhnnln T. Davia, Mrs, Irene Powell, Mrs. Eva A. Putnam and Mrs. .Jewel Frltts. - . ' · ' , Daughters Of Demeter Have Annual Party The Daughters of Dctnelor met 'or their annual bridge and sew- n«.party-Thursday afternoon at he 4-H House! After o short business, session,.- refreshments were itrycd .In ,thfc;Game Room. Prizes were won b'y Mrs. T. P. lead, Mrs. n. p. Thomns, and Mrsi'E. O. McLehn. Co.ehnirltiert -for Ihe ncca'slnn 'ere Mm Dale Hinklc and Mrt. C.-L, Mason, Serving with them vere Mrs. V. M. Watts, Mrs, .7. L. Cason, Mrs. V. H. Youne, Mrs. .1. Brown and Mrs. Xzin Mc- Announcements Qree* Valler Club ; Mrs. Tom H i l l ' w i l l have th Green Valley Club luncheon to morrow at 1 p. m., at her home I Green, Acres. '/eta Tau Alpha Alumnae 'Zeia Tau Alpha will meet In morrow evening at 8 o'clock wit Mrs. Harold Clinchcns, 42(1 Adam Street. Chi Omega, Alumnae The Chi Omega. Alumnae ar invited to attend Founders' Dt; banquet at the Chi Omega house Sunday evening, April 6,,at 5;3i o'clock.. Call - Mrs., .C;...R. Xross ph6hS"384-J for'.Reservations b; tomorrow. Demeter Garden Cluh The Dtmenter Garden Club wil meet tomorrow nisht at 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. Dwighl Isely 330 East Baxter Street. Petunia Garden Cluh The Petunia Garden Club will meet Wednesday it 2 p. m.. with Mrs. A. P. Stevens, Highway 71 north. Art Lectur.e 'The Art of Cniha 1 ' will be discussed In one of a series-of art eclurcfi being presented by Edgar A; Aibin. I t - W i l l - b e . :d by ieara i n , t h e Lecture - Room of the University Art Center nt 7:45 p. m., tomorrow Instead of Wednesday at sched- jled. First Awemhl)' Of God Church A sectional Bible Conference and Fellowship meeting will be conducted at the First Assembly of God Church, tomorrow and Wednesday by'.G. W. Hardcastle ot Hot Springs, superintendent of the Arkansas District of Assembly of Clod Church. J ahala Club Has 'laht Exchange The : Piia'la Clu'b : met .Thursday . ·llh a dessert luncheon nt the ome of Mrs, : .Alden SlrucbltiR. urlng the business session, eight ollars wore donated for the Deri rose and Tornado Relief Fund his was followed by a social hou nd the annual plant exchange. Door prize was won by Mrs leorge Evnns niirl' the contos rlre was Won ' bv Mrs. Errol :cC»nriless. Mrs, A r t h u r Pclcrsor 'ad n poem antl Mrs. Carl Wrlghl BS welcomed nt a new .member rs, P. Casson WHS B guest of the ub. The. April mcetlns will 'be held W. E. Hambys Honored At-Hduse Warming The Walnut Grove Church gave 9 house \vfirmlnR Friday night in the Memorial Clubrooms; honoring Mr. nnd Mrs. Willlnm Edward amby and daughters, Lofo an Jennnle. Mr. and Mri,. Hamb pitrchnsGd Ihe former Hcrber rcrpenlni! ' farm and rccentl, moved to the community fror fingers. Clubrnoms were decorated wit peach hlnnsomR, dnffodils and hy nclhlh«. Cooperative refreshment and drinks were served, A picturi was presented the family, signet )y the followlnsi Mr. nnd Mrs, Mnllle Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Rouse ant ion, -SRl. Lynn House, Mr. ant Mrs. Clyde Newell nnd son James, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Tiile Mr. nnd . Mrs. Msx Tnte, ant dflughlcr, Charlotte Ann, Mr. am Mrs. ,1 6 h n n y Templeton ant daughters, Pnlsy nnd Peggy, anc son, Donnlri, Mr. and : Mrs. We Slntcn,. Mi. and Mrs,. Gene McKoe, Mrs. Waller Templeton, Miss Baldwin H.D/Club.. Swanson's The Baldwin Home Demon«tr ·tlon Club' met Wednesday " afte noon with Mrs. Leonard Couc The rneetlf was opened with ti son»Y "Down By The Old Ml Stream." There were 14 mernbe present anfl .one niw mernbi Mrs, Taylor. Mrs. Henry Baum, health leade distributed pamphletn on cana control. She also reported on dinner given by the Farm Burea a,nrt ' disciiHed the Importance Health insurance. · · ' Mr«. Clifford Hicks won th mystery package nid Mr». Pin VanHoose and Mrs. Marvin SPXSO received anniversary gifts from their secret friends. The croup then went to Fay cttevllle for a tour of Swanson Poultry Processing Plant. Henr Baum explained the dlfferen operations and five statistics, he led the group. Personals Marleen McKeehan attende 'minder's Day. at Cottey College i Nevada, Mo., this weekend. Mrs. W. G. Hight returned Sat urday from Huntington, W. Va where.the been with her lon-ln aw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs I. H. Proffltt and family, for th winter months. Among those who attended Rho'.ving of "Mr, Roberts" at Jop In, Mo'., Saturday night were Mrs Goldle Jones, Mr. and Mrs.. Bo Sanders of Sprin jdale, U. A. Lovel and Bryan Work. Mr. and Mrs..D, H. Eoff of 720 )ouglas Street had as iheir week nd guest, their son, Howard, Mrs Kntl't brother, S. B. Wlngate and Is daughter and lon-ln-law, Mr hd Mrs. Floyd Karns all of Rogrs, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Boyd Mount Comfort community nri Mrs. Dee R. Eoff. of Texar- «n». Mrs, Eoft Is also visiting her arents, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd. . the home of Mrs. W. E. Clias- In on Assembly Drive.' , " Victory Club Meets . With Mrs. Dora Elam The. Victory Club of VI. Vlev. Community held its mooting for March Thursday at the home of Mrs. Dora Elam.' A -covered dish luncheon was served at" noon to the members present and five visitors. ". .. · ·-. The devotional was given on the Book of Daniel, a s-nns., "Precious Memories," and a poem "Farmer's Ghost." The Lord's Prayer was repeated during the devotional, Mrs. Sidra ThomriK was winner of the mystery package. Club members have given clothing for the Tornado Relief nnd agreed to make a donation of money. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Phanla Ezell, April 17. I .lunnic.Templeton, Mr. and Mrs Hamblen nnd son, Gary Jnck, Mr, and Fvlrs. M;ic Hamblen nntt ,snn, Lcroy Bon)jrook, oncl Mr. and /Irs. A. A, Hamblen. ' Farming ton Club Has Textile Demonstration The Farmlnglon Home Pemon- slrstlon Club met at the clubrooms Wednesday nftcrnnon with 21 members nnd two visitors present.- Mrs. 'Tessman Rave Ihe devo- tloiials and the poem uf the month wns reatl by Miss Thompson. The fjroup Joined In-slnRlng "I've'Been Itine On the Dailrond." This followed, by roll call, nnswcr- cri w i t h "something I could do to ie healthier." Plans for a cancer film, to be shown at the'school, wcro discussed, and Miss Baker gave a demonstration on textile palntini;. Hostesses were Mrs. Hutchison and Scott and Barbara Mitchell. Cticsls In the home of -Mr. and rtrs. Cnrl Thomns the past week have been Mr; and Mrs. Paul Elsey and daughter, Paula Sue, of .princflelri, -Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Valler Faylcr nnd Mr. and Mrs, Icrbert Hadley and son, Jodie, of Kansas Cily, Mp. U.A. Social Newt The cast for the Gaebale Varsity Show to be presented May I at the University ha* been announced by Norman DeMarco, director. The show will be "One Touch of Venus." .lames Klncsid, Hot Springs, will be Whltelaw Savory; Barbara Bennett, Fayetteville, M o l l y ; M a u r i q e McGndree, LaHartc, Kan., Taxi; Tom Whltakcr, Forrest City, Stanley; Jim Keifner, Wichita, Kan., Rodney; Mary Jane Watkins, Sprlngdalt, Venus; Jan Dllday, Pine Bluff, Mrs. Moats; George Freeman, Magnolia, ntore Manager;' Bill Wilson, Westfield, -'N, J,, bus s t a r t e r ; John McFann, El Dorado, Sam; Joyce Walker, Wynne, Mrs, Kramer; Blllle Joe Moore, Hot Springs, Gloria; , Fred Kerpel, Rldgewood, N. .T., police lieutenant; Nancy Anne Hall, Little Rock, Rose; Bob Truett, Amarlllo, Texa*, Zuvetll; Tom Maclin, Miami, Okla., Dr. Rook; Dick Bat, Gnlveston, Texas, Dr. Crlppen, and Elaine Campbell, Fayetteville,, The chorus and dancers will be Betty Frailer, Little Rock; Barbara Byars, Alma; Mary Scar- jroURh, : Fayetteville; Ida May rlunter, England; Margaret Gist, Helena; Martha Martin, North | ,!ttle Rock; Joan Bell, Little I Rock; Jackie Stucker, West Helena; 'nanne Hamilton, Little Rock; Bety Henrlci, Tulsa, Okla.; Jane Pharr, Fort Smith; Janet- Dlek- mah, Pine Bluff; Jeanne Ford, Sherrill; Kay Thompson,- Fayetteville; Shirley Gentry, Little Rock; Marilyn Peting, Shreveport, La.; Bill Jordan, Willlford; Anne Gray J o n e s , | Mountain Greve, Mo,, and JUM ·Daltvn, Trinidad, Colo. : George Miller', Augusta, his oeen named-president by members of the University chapter of Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity. Other new officers are; Leon Braddy, Monticello, vice president; Jamas Atkinson, Morrilton secretary; John.Stipe, Batcsville house manager; James ' Dasher Grecnbrlcr, chaplain, and Erens Smith, Watson, reporter. IT SHOULDN'T HAPPEN TO MY DOG Dr, Franklin/Bridge, Universit political jcience instructor, ha been elected as ah honorary rriem her of th'e University Forensic So ciety, DuVal C. Fagan, Little Hock president of the organization, an nounced today. Dr. Bridge wa selected because of His Interest in public speaking and hi« advlc »nd assistance to the society in th past. He will be the only faculty mnmber to receive the honor thi, semester, Fagan said. The presen lallon of the lifetime membership certificate to Dr. .Bridge will bi made at a dinner April ' 17, a which Lieutenant Governor-Nif- than; Gordon will. - be guest o: honori'Gordon will five 1 * publi address at the Student Union lol- .'-the dinner.-..- ; · · The University chapter of Sigma Chi fraternity has initiated 15 men: O. G. Blackwell, Pine Bluff Frankie Welch, Pine Bluff; Harold Hedgesi Little Rock; Tom Dygard,. Little Hock;. Charles Rule Little Rock; "Charles ' Dougari Uttle Rock; Joe Crawford, Little !tock; Honald Jones, Harrison; Charles Hathcock, Fayetteville Bill Stubbleiield, Fayetteviile; Dave Mitchell, Fayetteville; Bobby Hirtiah, Fayetteville; 'George Moffafii-- El Dorado; R i c h a r d PratSerr · Memphii, Term.; Brtlce Schratz, Pine Bluff. ihd Gadgets That Fail Can Be Real Dangers Oklahoma Cily-WP)-Here's how leal Pruckett's automobile enojed ip parked in the living room of a acant house. Pruckett told police he had a emote control gadget attached to ie car and he was using it to tretch fence wire. The gadget roke down. The car headed across an empty ot at 25 miles an hour. Pruckett an* after It, but got winded. A elghbor took up the chase. They finally caught up with it fter the car had crashed into a ome and stopped in the living room. lomb-Loadcd Superior* Crashes And Burns Tokyo, Tesday - W) - A B-29 uperfortress headed for 'Korea Ith a f u l l load of bombs crashed nd burned 30 miles west of here lortly before midnight, the Air orce announced today. » Watch School Lawn Little Rock-m-A new organl- tion designed lo screen nnd in- rprel school legislation has been rmed here. .Representatives of hool boards throughout the ate organized the Arkansas As- ciation ot School Boards Sat-day. Keep ·*. with Ihe llmee^-read Aim '2-TIAt-OLO Jack lButch* Hermann, Jr. K»sn't like what'j happening 'to nla dog ln Pleaitnt Hllia, on tnt outiklrt'a ot PltUburjh, Pa., tnc the dot, aeemi to want to go eumt*htr» list, too, aj Dr. J. T. Herroa veterinary; Inorulatea. Ifa a eommunlty miaiure; tlnteriiatirninl. IRON HORSES CUT UP FOR WEAPONS PRESIDENT SAYS- CONTINUED : MUM! ipAGt fOUK will not .accept the Democratlt nomination?" . "I will not sajr thtt* he re. plied. Spun Campaigning One immediate effect of Truman's action waa to §pur the campaigning of Sen..Estes Kefauver of Tennessee, the crime investigator who defeated, the president In the Now Hampshire prirntryV The hopes-of Sen. Richard Russell of Georgia, candidate of the : anti- TrumaH the-South 1 ivere also raised. Sen. Robert Kerr of Oklahoma, campaigning for delegates for transfer to Truman, openly became a candidate in his own right. . . Paul A. Fitzpatrick, New. York state Democratic- c h a i r m a n , "shocked and disappointed" over the president's 'action, hurried home with the avowed purpose of selecting a "favorite son" candidate at the state convention. He mentioned t h e - m a g i c - name of "Roosevelt" among four already susgesteil by state Democratic leaders--Rep. Franklin D. Roosevelt, ,Ir. And he added the names of Senator Lehman (D-NY); James A. Farley, former Democratic national chairman, and W. Avcrell Harriman, now director of m u t u a l security. Fair Deal Still Alive Truman alrea'dy has -made it clear that fie will: 1. Fight, for inclusion, of the "Fair Deal"-program in the 1952 Democratic platform. He told a news conference at Key West last November he could guarantee this regardless of who ran. 2. Stump the country for the Democratic ticket, especially for Congress candidate* favorable to his foreign and domestic program. Future Though his present term doesn't e x.p I r e until January, speculation was under way as to his future. A man of many interests, , the president likely will range afar. He may well lecture on politics and citizenship, as he.expressed a desire to in William Hillman's new book, "Mr. President." He may travel extensively a b r o a d . Daughter Margaret's glowing stories of her recent European trip have whet'ted his desire · to move about without the guards and other restrictions imposed on a president. Circus Season Arrive* New York-(fl)-It's springtime again, and that means circus-time. The big show, Ringling Brothel's nd Barnum and Bailey, moved nto Madison Square Gkrden yes- . erday to prepare for the opening if its new season here Friday night. IO«CM IS APUIID to one at ir Brit railroad locomotives slattd for] melting down to be turned Into weapons ateel In ceremony In 1 Cleveland. Capt John P. Torland, who dew 40 missions m Kor»a t u i destroy enemy railroad and supply lines, wields the torch. Beside nim Is Erie President Paul W. Johnston and Sgt. Richard C. Mover, World War II and Korea veteran who holds the Silver Star. Navy' Cross Bronw Star and other decorations. The locomotlvea were atlll coot) for y«ra of aervice. flnternationaljl Opera Stars Wed. New York - (IP) - -Metropolitan Opera Stars Robert Merrill, 34. and Roberta Peters, 21, were mar- ' ried here yesterday--after thi bridegroom showed up half an hou late. Merrill was delayed by ;· THANK HEAVENaiMo 1« ks , r ,] ll , udfl ndlitstlon. Whfn It «lrlkn. tiki Bel|.»iu They conlalti the fiste»t-.ctln§ "Monthly Pains" stopped or omasinfly relieved In 3 cut ef 4 C«MI In eVlert' teittl ·Chances are you're putting iib -- ««n«M»sarifV-- with the funefloaally caused pains, cramps and weak, "no good" feelings of menstruation! For, In actual tests by doctor!. Lydit Ptnkham's Compound brought complete or jtrfWrv relief from such dts- . tress in 3 out of 4 of the caml Li-dli Plnkhtm'i U modern (n (melton/ rTM * el J' 7 "'" *· f"""""'! VtMttble comiround-- or nets. Imftotiet TiblMi StJoseph Greek Independence Day parade TM."ii=in« imo»-n to doctou top the rtiitt 01 crowd. Iwrtburn. mi* and ilmllir dlitreps. from . . - e y t i S3 be/ore: nd mirtnf Tpur period I 9'--!' Ton iu»er Jroin functional "hot iihM" oi ··ehinci of lift," tint Ml tou /vl Plnkhim'i la "orHtTMJo7 II *··» MMtof tttll «· ·tertae »ilraella ASPIRIN Vhin WIATHiR FORECAST: IAIN rOUOWID IT ·AMP IASIMINTS ·wffeiMeni Seal moisture out with BONDEX Cement Paint. IOWMK protecli and bfautl- del... aakta your btiencnt ·eaMease 1 attractive. MNt«X fatally ef product a CM tolr* ateott a*y maiopry cMtnlprokltm. : YOIM MHMINT MT Doi't Dare Try Piln Striku: fo WHO CARES? The mechanic fixes the broken port The plumber repairs the broken line The carpenter builds the house The farmer cultivates the soil The teacher, instructs the child The doctor cares for the broken' body The preacher directs the way of life We care for the soul ' : ' ' · . ' · " · · ' · Christ died that we might live ' All will spend eterniry"somewhere THINK! To the worried-problem«d-lost We have the solution and answer We Cordially Invite You REVIVAL SERVICES 7:00 A.M.-7-30 PM Daily HEAR THEM TONIGHT Dr. Morrison will preach John P, Morcland will sing Nursery Provided Immanuel Baptist Church Duncan and Ston« Sts. Whew, When or How Disaster Will Strike YOUR Bankroll I Sure, there t re kXe of klodi of tmnaci fay man or hunlDeu can do without. But are you wre you know iMte* MM ymi itn be witlmif H'a jonr Bonn you're pariu for Insurance -- and may lost without "fftiraaoe. So you certainly hav« tlw rwht U A**U what inatiraim you'll my. 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