Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 1, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 1, 1952
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IMHHMMMIHMMIHHUIIIUMIimilllHUlK ; _^ J; . : : . -. . .·HIIIIMMIItltimttHHIIiHilUIIHIIIIIin HUB. KATHIKN DOZIER · Daily Calendar of Events llllMllllllllllllinilllillllll Tonight , Sub Deb Club, Sug. Cate, 7 Washington County Medical Society, Washington Hotel, 7 Naval Reserve Composlie Unit, .Eason Building, 7 SOSth Military Government Group, 112!i Weit Center, 7:30 Sportsmen'! Club, Clubhotue. 7:30 .OX.Sv Mawnic Hall, 1 7:30 ' . . - - . . - · XlbiuV-Art lecture,.Art Center Lecture Hcmm, 7:45 pets Tsu Alpha Alumnae, Mrs. Harold Clinehens, B Wednesday . . . Exchange Club, Ferguson's, 12, · . Pettirija'-'Garden Club, Mr*. A. P, Stevens, t, · ·· Dee Gee Club, 4. . : -...'-.," . ., ; ' " frtval Reserve Electronic Company, B-B Drill, Eason Building, 7. Delta Sisma, Hugh Klnpald, 7;0. .Kappa Alpha.Phl, «.Eart ; Rock Street, 7:30; ' 8811 Volunteer Air .Force'Reserve Training Squadron, 7:30, Army Reserve, 11214 Wort Center, 7:30. ' - University Lodge. U. D.. Maionlc Hall, 7:30. I , 0 . 0,,.'f, 150F. Hall, B . Don Comtek CJiorWj U. A. Field Houne, 8. ~ ' ·^^·^^"^^^"^^"^^^^^··^^^^^·MH Women's Civic Club Elects Officers At Luncheon A buffet luncheon was served lo a n u m b e r of Fayeltevllle women yesterday afternoon at the annual Civic Club luncheon given in the Civic Clubronms. Flowers were used, throughout the. rooms and the lace covered table appointed niece. with a silver center- Mrs. V. O. Tensey Mrs. .Jame« T. Phillips and Mrs. Powell Riiea wore hostesses, with Mrs.' Llppcrt CMIs, Mrs. Dale Inglchart and Hrs. : Jack Welbornc assisting. Cnffea was served by Mrs. Eugene Williams and Mrs. Robert Arndt. Out-of-town guests from the Sprlnfdale Civlo Club were Mrs. Lee' Sanders, Mrs. Gus Eidson, Mrs. Lillian Holt and Mrs. J. C. McKinney. A discussion was led by Miss Helen Hughes on "Women's Activities. officers The annual election of followed. Those elected . os e e c e were Mrs, Banks Newbcrn, second vice president; Mrs. Joe Backus, treasurer; Mrs. C. A. Vlncen- heller, parliamentarian; Mrs. W. J. Good, secretary; boa.-ij members, Mrs.. Lippert Ellis, Mrs. J. R. Boston, Mrs. L. D. Trafer and Mrs. Earl Dyess. home of Ihc bride's Mint, Mrs Ch.-irley .Turner, following the ceremony. Miss Campbell, sister of the bride, presided at the punch bowl and Mrs. Phlpps s»rved the wedding .take.' Mr. and Mr«. Ilulton left after Ihe reception on a short .wedding to Louisville, Ky. They will ^ r ,.,-,-_. v -.,_-__-._.- Held By Off icers Of Reserve 't The Reserve Officers 1 Assocla-*- jlon held its annual banquet l a s t i i - _ , ki.M... *.».».»»·. r»r.!. r i, .,,!,(. fiutton-Campbell Vows Said At Springdale 16 members and guestj presfnt. ^he Air Force. Kavy, and Anny Vere. represented. I After Introduction of the guests, ' Col. Harrell Hall,- dhlipter of th 1 . sas, . Ray Alford, head of the Air ROTC at the-University, and Col. Henry MeiUon, head of the entire ROTC unit at the University. . ?. Colonel Galncs spoke on "Re- lerve Affairs," ' Colonel ' Aiford ·poke oh "Rtcent DcvelopmenU-in " , make their home in at 728 Treadwell. Shower Compliments Mrs. Harold Beach - - · ~ - * » « n^; t^-WCULMIig UI JI11BB T-1CU4 · |9: 'JaanelS Campbell, daughter -' ol Mr". Ind :Mtl,-. J. : V. Ca'm.pj*!!, HlndsvUlc, : ip Edward Hutton, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Htilton of Fsyetteville, was performed Saturday evening at 8 o'clock at the Nome'of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Turntr In -Sprlngdalc. The Rev. Ke AirFoV^'anTSKl Neil.' i^'J^","^^'^ th! d °"- *n talked on "The Role of the ; , , * , * , ? ' ' Mutual Defense Assistance Pro- /"'cndanls of the couple -were jram for. Peace" | Mrs - Robert D. Parker, matron "of Letters to the group honoi '; ""'' R P bcrl D ' rarke^'best 1 --- *·--·- "· ·· - - · · -· man to the bridegroom. trtim Senators Fulbright nnd McClellan and Representative Trimble In reply tn the stnnd of the R. O. A, favoring universal mill- tan' training, 'The following officers were fleeted to serve the next year: President, C»pt. William S. Bon- B«r; -vice nrMWent,- Mai. Loult Wchlyter; secrelary-lressurer, Lt. 'Gaylan Pyle; judge advocate, Lt. Col. Tom Butt; historian, C«pt. Elliabeth Galnes; public relntlons · officer Lt. Col. M, T. Edrni.on; chaplsln, Lt. Frankie Bowlln; district vice president. Col. James Phillips. Following the business meeting entertainment was provided by Capt. and Mri, William Bonner. Fayetteville hrid * e ' complimenting Mr. and Mrs. Pete Head who will leave this spring to make their home in Alabama. Guests were Dr. and Mrs. John White, Mr. and Mrs. .Carl Hancock, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dulan. Mrs. Joseph E. Vaile and Dr. and . · . Mrs. F. E. Whitehead. A pink and blue.shower, Tion- oring · Mrs. . Harold Beach of Greenland was given by Mrs. B.-'ley Hunt at her home in Greenland. Friday evening. Mrs. Mnurine Lea was assistant hostess'. There ivere 31 guests who attended and gifts were sept by those unable to attend. Refrcsh- ,^, . of. coffee, cake and ice -J ^..Q u^mna tTWedding at Miss Freda j'.-ream were served. Favors were Featured skits by the dens _. m r*.M«K*n ^t.i.Mut.u . ~t m m i i i f f t m · ninir· n**,i ;,!=!-- t--«,... pictcd characters from Kipling's Jungle Tales." Awards were made as follows: Bobcat pins. Robert Snydcr, Peter Taylor and Dickie Albin; wolf awards, Cyrus Gilbreath, Kenneth Osbornc, Jr., Bill Harbison; bear, Don Hawthorne (silver wolf arrow point). Gerry Edwards (gold «nd silver wolf arrow points). Bill Edmison (sold bear arrowpoints), Burt Athorloii, Garret! Jorfjenson, Bruce-Chambers (gold and silver bear .. arrowpoints) .and David Dinner-Bridge Compliments Mr. Arid Mrs. Head Mr. and Mrs Joe Fleming were hosts-Frlday.night at a dinner and . The bride wore a toast brown suit with brown and laver.dar ac- corsncc of yellow carnations. Mrs. Campbell wore a black and pink frock pink ccssorlcs. Her flowers .. .. ^ ,, corsage. Mrs. Hutton. wore a beige dress· with .black' accessories nnd pink car'riatioh corsage... .. . . Out of (own gu'csta* were Mr. nnd Mrs. J. U. Phlrps, Sr., Mr, and Mm. Paul Walts end son, Miss Johnctta Campbell, Mis:, D o r i s Simon, Jack Englc, all of Fayelte- villo; Mr. nnd Mrs. Ula.t Burnett of Mnyfleld; Kenneth Cjmpbcl Hlndsvlllc; Mrs. Far! Hutlon an children nnd Mrs. ,Cora Burhct given ai' 4 th miniature · p i n k ' and bin-; koolm ·nade of -ccppe-.J??p*r with pink and blue satin- tows. Don Cossack Chorus To Appear At U. A. The Platoff Don C o s s a c k Chorus and dancers will givp a concert at the University Field House at 8 p. m. tomorrow. Tickets will be on sale at the-.dobr for the lib Pack 31 deceives Awards Cub Pack 31 of the Scouts met 'riday. night at 7 o'clock at the Jnlversity Women's Gymnasium. de- Don Trumbo left yesterday for Oklahoma City, where he will visit for a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A: C. Trumbo. puoiiov.. unwersuy aiUQcnts will --"· ·· -·*«"F«.-.-./ . au-j uavm be admTttettrwItHTfbtlviaes tickets. Ov,TM,' ( * nld ' bear """"point); Webclos award, Gary Burke; ar- rnwpoints, Robert Burris, Jimmie Allen, Denny Burke. , . Awards were made by parents Fellowship For Study Received By Dr. Hantz .Dr, Harold 13. Hantz, professor and chairman of the department of philosophy at the University has. received a fellowship /or the 1852-53 school year from "The Fund for the Advancement: of Ed ucation." Similar awards, give] to 240 college teachers, are a con tinuation of the Fund's Faculty Fellowship program, .which wa started last year shortly after th Fund was created by The Ford Foundation, ' The.purp'ose of the fellowship- according to Clarence H. Faust president of the Fund* is to en able the recipients to become better qualified to teach in the! respective fields, which Includ the humanities, the social sciences and the natural sciences. - Dr, Hantz will spend th, academic year In study, research and observation of general education. In addition to his research at Columbia, he will, study the general education programs a Harvard, Boston 'University and Amherst. A graduate of Columbia University, Dr. Hantz has been on the Arkansas faculty ,slnce'. 1948. Cast For "Merry Wives" Announced By Director Frank McMullan, guest director for Shakespeare's "The Merry Wives of Windsor," which will be presented at the University.The- ater April 22-26, has announced the cast. . William Bolt, Texarkana, will be cast as Falstaff; Coleman Clarke. Fort Smith, as Tenton; Don Lovell, Springdale, as Justice Shallow; Charles Hathcock, Fay- ettcvillc. as Slender; William Failla. Gould, as Ford; Keith Vinsonhaler, Little Rock, as Page;' Alexander Hazelwood, Gurdon, as Sir Hugh Evans; Jack . Sigman, borne, West .Helens, as Mistreu Psge; Loli Mellor,: El Dorado, as Anne P»fej Lynri C a r r u t h , Charleston, as Mistrew Quickly; Harry Oakes, Sprinjdale, as John; Earl Watkins, El Dorado, as Robert; Elaine Campbell, Fayetteville, as Lady, and Tommy Maclin, Miami, Okla., as Gentleman. Maclin also will serve as stage manager. He will be assisted by Richard Lynch, Fort Smith. Prairie Grove Couple Observes/ Anniversary Prairie Grove-(Special)rA number of friends aha.relativ:s were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice T. Cruse, Saturday,-'in observance of the host's 3»th wedding anniversary. . . . Games were played after which sandwiches, cake and coffee were served. member! of the group ire Invited to tak* part. In'the discussion. Chapter I. p£aTlalarhood ,Cnapter S .of the P.E.O. Sisterhood will have Guest Day, Thursday at the home of Mrs. Clifton Wade. Assistant hostesses will be Mrs. Dave Richardson, Mrs. Fount Richardson and Miss Mabel Rainey. The meeting is called for 1:30 p.m., with guests to arrive at 2:30 p.m. for a book- review fay Mrs. William F. Cooley. A tea will follow the program. Births Announcements. · Chl Onega Mothers Club The Chi Omega Mothers Club will meet for 1 o'clock luncheon Thursday afternoon at Ferguson's. University Law Wives The University Law Wives will meet tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock at the Student. Union: Mildred Lee Chapter Of V. D. C. The Mildred Lee Chapter of U. D. C. will meet with Mrs:W. A Guinn, 125 Boles Street, Thursday at 2:30 p; m. Mrs. P.'L. Hathock will be in charge of the program on-the four battles, "Beginning of Our Fall, Vicksburg the Most Decisive:" Mr. And Mr«. Burl Detton Mr. and Ivirs. Burl Dntson of .Springdale announce the birth of a daughter, r,:arcr, 31, at the County Hospital. The average 'iti» .« Amtriitn farms has growp from about 155 acres In 1935 to- about 200 acre*. gas CM trvroM ·»· to* ·*·» rour *7«* tbat rmi «r» ryl.Ru m f r y . u . m - «» ·«·«, 7K ,, t*kt tbt pllD IDd MTVIHUMH *tjt *f y#tpT Hut C'trdUl OHM dOM. A URWCMtftU Mfhl* brjprf tbouuftdi or woMft kfiM M» Mr White Hock Benefit Party The White Rock Home Demon- tration Club will sponsor a bene- t party Thursday evening 'at 7:30 clock in the Community House D roreeds will go to the building und. Tayctteville, as Dr. Caius; Paul Phibbs, Stillwater, Okla., as Host; Robert Truett, Amarillo, Texas, __ Bardolph; Phil Sncclecor, Fort Smith, as Pistol; Maxwell Cheney, Calico Rock, as Nym; Carl Cnllier, Fayetteville, as Hobin; Harry Buckley, Carlisle, as Simple; Willam Cooper, Texarkana, as Rug-' by; Margaret Carner, Little Rock, J*ff*non School P.T.A. Study Group The Jefferson School P.TA Study Group will meet Thursday at .1:30 p.m. in the school auditorium, for a discussion on "Hou=e Room for Hobbies." Mrs. W. D W y h e w i l l be the leaner and all All you do with fruits and vegetables it package, seal, and put them in the Ben-Hur freeiing compartment They'll retain their garden- U fresh flavor throughout the year. «I KM-HUK-tnumi't HMff-FffffZM* HOLLAND BROS. LOCKER PLANT 203 WEST DICKSON. fHONE 2*3 for thot new twowme- dtamond trio for bride ond groom. Uk gold moumingt. FUTURE FEATURES TODAY -STARRING MIRC-0-MATIC DRIVE* * New "Forerunner" Styling, with "Jet- scoop" Hood it "Space-planned" Interiors * 125-hp Hl|h.compresslon V-8 it Suspension-mounted Brake Pedal * "Interceptor" Instrumant Panel * 3-Way Transmission Choice - Merc-0- Malic*, Touch-0-Matlc Overdrive*, or Silent-ease Standard Transmission ·(Monti it utti mt rpHls IS ADDRESSED to folks who love to stretch out. For 1 this is news of the new "Space-planned" Mercury-with room to spare from handsome "Interceptor" panel all the way to huge rear window. It's headroom, hiproom. leg room-it's deep, deep comfort of wide divan-like seats. It's a lot more loo. The Kltings and fabrics harmonize like a decorator's ilromn, The visibility puts a pic-lure window lo shame with whittled corner posts nnd wide, wide expanse of glass (as much as 3,210 sq, in. in 4-door scdnns). Add "Forerunner" styling that's turning heads e\erywhere. Add prize-winning V-8 engine stepped up lo 125 high- compression horsepower. Add Fiilnro Features in every alriil and boll. What have you got? The newest new car on Ihc American AW-lhc new 1952 Mercury that's challenging all comers for 1952 and the years ahead 1 GOFF-McNAIR MOTOR CO., Inc. 331 North C*IU V . ' \

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