Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 2, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 2, 1952
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HIIIMN MRS* KATHUM DOZM ·. "iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiitHilllllliiiiiiiiiiiiiiniriiii Daily Calendar of Eve his Tonight . . . * i . * Niv.1 Reserve Electronic pomfany, »-t Drill, E.son Building, 7, , Dtlto Sigm*. Hugh Klncaid, 7:30. .f Xippa Alpha Phi, 45 East Rqck Street, 7:30. f W41 Volunteer Air Force Reserve Training Squadron 7:30 5 Army Reserve, 112K West Center, 7:30, - - ' Univwslt Lodfe, U D , MMonle H»U, TiSO.' · · · · · · ' ' . ' f, I. O, 0. F., JOOF H«ll, 8. ' . ' . ' . Den CosMck'Chorus, U. A. Field HOUM, I. r Thursday . . . RoUry. Club. W»"«hlnj(ton Hotel, 12 " : : j Chi Omega Motheri .ClulJ, Ferjfuson't, l .- '··'· ·.' ' Jefferson School Study .Group School Auditorium. 1:30 Ch»pt«r S PEO SUt^iood,,Mrs: Clifton"W.»i«, li30 Shamrock Club, Mr» Garland Wheeler, 2:0 · . Mildred Lee Chapter U D C , Mrs.. W. A.- Qulnn, 2i30 Junior Assemblj, Keller Studio, 7' ·'··'·'·!·.·· · f Oupu-r K, PJO, Mr» Ed Critz; 7:30 v :30 I Artists-Craftsmen I Hear Talk By ? Harry S. Scholl i ; The, monthly meeting of the, j Ciark Artist* and Craftsmen wai ;. h«ld Monday evening in the b«»e- ! mini of the First Lutheran ! .Church in Sprlngdal*, Northwest I Arkanut wai represented with i an attendance of 31 members and i (UMti, Amber Waddtr and Media Eackiry of Sprlngdale, Mr. arid tin. Paul Brumm, Mr. and Mn, Bircher, -all of Rogen, ' Mr. arid Mn. Dinkelocker, recently'moved to, Fayetttvillt from Houston, ·Te*ai, Bryan Braddon and Paul- toe Reed of Blloam Springs. Th« group joined in an Informal' dtscuMlon of actlvitlei in other atti iroupi. particularly that 'of the Kevada group, itirWrfd in the fwtruary 16th i«aiw:'«K (he:fcetu- day Evening Post;** 11 ^'-" - ·--«· · (iaiHd for the a dealfhuii engineer by profession who has received a 'number of awards in the field of sculpturing, and studied under. 1 , Larndo Taft, America's leading sculptor. During his talk he told,of how brass .easts are .created. Various lejhhltal angles were considered, nt'.uii, his family; earne to Arkansas from ·'Chlciigo and made their. home': at Happy- Hollow Ranch teWjien Sprlngdale «nd HuntaVlile. There they, design and create .original/tempi- which are niarkMW -over;the coutitfy, '"'.:: Mllbwlnijt the meeting, refreishi mtnti wen airved .during the social hour. - - - · - · · ' · ' · '· : - i . o g n ~ . m , A Mulpturt denonftn'tfen. .ivl : talk wai ftetur^ctt$«,: R rwrim, Harr»r8 t J5Jchol) t ' W MOW BREAKFAST | WOtttYl OUR DELICIOUS HOT DOD6HHUIS lr«rrW*ik Day of Come in for your supply and start the day right. t«r r j«1i.*m*«V-8Ktn7teria"b!e" Mr»,'j E, ajMcLeah presided · at .'ftl-jiii'ttttiiiiuntM that" members are InvlMirr, to :· inspect the Boys Club ttMiairif JThu'riday. Preliminary plans foil'the annual flower show to be held in Mny were dls- cusifd with a staging committee member' Mlected and p o s t e r planned, The program'Included talks on "difference*; among" true : bulbs, cormt, tubers, risers, and rules of planting;" "gladioli and begonia Belectlorii ; . care .More : planting plintint. and care'and cultivation;" ''primary-' rules on dahlia planting and. care:! 1 ,'.'planning of a perennial-'border from early spring to frost time with'200 kinds and--l,000-varleti*«. to choose from." . Taking part in these discussions were Mr»..C. L. Mason, Mrs. Raymond Stalen and Mrs. F. M. Meade. r 1 o w e r. arrangements were Judge* with Mrs. Isley winning flrtt' place,' Mrs. Dale Hlnkle, mtttg; tlhtjUti. McLean, third, :Scciif JtoopJOO .-Begins :M.etol Drive Boys of Scout Troop 100, who are promoting a scrap metal drive this week, report that metal has been received at Moore's Glass Shop and' wme - taken to the Howard Hudgens' back yard, Proceeds from the sale of the scrap wl{l go toward sending all of th« boyi to camp this «um- men Tin. cans cannot be used but any. of the following will be 1 acceptable: galvanized laundry tubs or water palls, pipe," auto radiators or batteries, wire fence, »tov«s or water heaters, brass or copper pipe, and electric irons. The boys feel that this is the" time for spring cleanup and helping to - keep .the city clean will alio help them. Anyone wishing- to .donate* scrap metal and cannot djiiver it,to the above mentioned places, may . call:" Arlin Jones, telephone 2664-J; Elwood Whitechurch, 1703-W; Dclbert Swart*, 311-J; II. P. Jenkins, 2C2-W Z.T.A. Alumnae Ejects Officers .-Officrn elected last night at a meetlpg of ZeU Tau Alpha Alum', nae, to serve for tb« year, 1D52- 83, are: Mrs. Car! E. Rose, president;. Mrs. Harold O;' Clinehens, vice president;.Mrs, W, A.·Ram- sey, secretary and treasurer. Mrs. Clinehens was hostess to the group at her home, 42D Adams Street. Lutheran League : Meets At St. JohnV · The Lutheran Woman's League of St. John's Lutheran Church, irbup one, met in the Sunday ichool rooms of the church for Its regular afternoon-meeting yes- ttrday. Frederick Gurriz, pastor of the church, opened the meeting with prayer. After the business session tHe Book of Esther was studied. This was led hy Mrs.' Joe Lllje- gr'en.. The' study was closed with the Lord's Prayer. ^Refreshments were served by Mrs.' Llljegren, - hostess, assisted by her daughter, Mrs.' Virginia Burton. (ennan Named Chairman QfT.B. Seal Sale .The , Washington County T.B. Board met" ai'2:3p p.:m. yesterday in ; the Courthouse with Marlon Wasrori,.president/presiding. Annual report! were given :by Mrs.- C.'.p. Atkinson, executive eecrc- taty; Hoy Scott, treasurer, and Mriij'Anna Johnson,'.education director. JThe budget for the year was submitted and adopted. * J. R. Kerinan was riamed county Seal Sale chalrrrian for this year and a vote of thanks was given to Mf. Kennan for .his work in the 8eal Campaign. Purchase of a'; miniature X-Ray machine was discussed and a committee appointed. Those named for the committee were Mr. Kennan, Mrs. Wa'sson, Mrs. Atkinson and Mrs. George F, McKinney. They'will look into the matter further and red report to the next meeting. Rural Builders Club Sees Cancer Film ""the Rural Builders Club of Son's Chapel met yesterday at the home of Mrs. Karl Grcenhaw, with Mrs. Leonard Grcenhaw,. and Mrs. Savannah. Hartley .as co- hostesses, · - ''·"'~ · '" The Lord's Prayor-.was repeated In opening the meeting, followed by singing of the "Old Hugged -ross." Guests were introduced as Mrs. Dwlght Morris, Mrs. Dwlght Moore and Mrs. Blanche Edwards. Mrs. Earl Cole gave the devotional, "Story of the Rcsurrec- ion," snd the poem, "My Prayer," waa read by Mrs, W. C, Whitflcld, Sf.. Mrs. Hobert White, who is "a Registered nurse working .with the Cancer Society, gave an editorial on cancer. Mrs. Morris and Mrs. Hoore presented the .film issued by the American'Cancer Society D'ntltled, "Breast Sclf-Examiria- tion." Mrs. Robert Pcntz, Jr., received the game . prize. Refreshments were served from the dining table with Mrs. Hartley presiding at the coffee service. Terry Village"Club Meets A't Jaunte Home The Terry 'Village Home r_n- onstralion Club .met at the :*i)e of Mrs. Haworth Jaunte, Frida night. Mrs. Doris Lnfferty ga\ the devotional and the. poem o the month was read by Mrs. Dor is West. "God Bless America" was-sun by the group. This was followe by' roll can, answered wit "something I could do to b healthier." Mrs. Jaunte discusse Ihe -painting' of the month, "Th Blue .Boy'" by Gainesborougl and Mrs.. Herbert Marshcll gav i paper on "rheumatic.fever anc ts control," Miss Baker, afsistan 'iome'Demonstration agent, then rave a demonstration on textil straUon on rug making, MemUrt agmd to bring food for a needy family. The r myat«y. package wai won by Mrs. Johnson.. /. .Concluding the meeting, games went played 'and refreshment! were s e r v e d by the hostess. Guests and members were Mrs. M.' M. Morton of Texas, Mrs. Frank .Brooks, Fort Smith,- Mrs, Brpwnfield, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. John Wolf, Mrs. O. L. Claterbaugh, Mrs; Rowley, Mrs. -A. 0. Andorson, Mrs. Eolcri, Mrs. W. B. Johnson and Mrs. H. L. Holsell. Homemakers Class Honors: Mrs.'ydeger Mrs. Max Powell entertained the Homemakers Class of the First Baptist. Church'with a buffet supper in her new home, 1318 South West .Street, honoring Mrs. Patricia Yeager. the .lace covered dining .table'was centered with pink and white carnations. Following 'the dinner,- Mrs. Wanda Loman presided at the business meeting and led in the study of' the fifth chapter of the Book of Matthew. '· The dessert course was served by the hostess during the social hour. Announcements Mtk CMlwy Clrt · -. ' Th« 20»h Century Club w i l meet Friday at 3 p:m., vith Mr H. L. Pearson, 575 North Wash ington Avenue. Mrs. Bruce Ho: comb will give th* review. Fayett«ville Baptist Association Churches of the Fayettevill Baptist. Association will noli Workers- Conference, tomorrow with the Calvary Baptist Church Maple and West streets. Lunc will be served by ladies of th church. Personals The meeting was adjourned until April 24, at · which lime Mrs. Doris West will be hostes to the group at her home, Build- Ing three, apartment three in Terry Village. .Cub Pack' 41 Meets At Bates School The Weslside Cub Pack 41 met last night at Bates School. J. Bruce Kellar 'preildcd' and announced that the order for merit badges had been delayed. the'entire,paek participated 'l^ three skits, directed by den mothers, Mrs. Kellar, Mrs. Fred Stuckey and Mrs. J. D. Eagle, this was followed by group slng- Ing led hy Mrs. Stuckey, H. D. Club . .... At Anderson Home the University Heights Home Demonstration Club met Friday t the homo of Mrs. R, M. Anderson. The meeting was called tn order by the president, Mrs. I. L. Johnson who gave the' devotional A poem, "fprlng Shopping List," wns read by Mrs. Anderson. ' In 'Keeping with the club's de- filre to become better acquainted with the govr.i'nment and its function, Mrs. Gordon Rawley discussed "Our City · Officials nnd Their Duties." Mrs. Edlin «aVe.-. "'-paper, ,o'n "Health and Diets," after which Mrs. Margaret Brownfleld urged each member to. watch the ..daily,diet .in their homes. Mrs. Anderson gnvc a demon- Mr, and' Mrs. William L. Bunch have returned from attcndingthe have returned from attending the ing numerous friends in Eureka Springs. Chapter K, P.E.O. Chapter K of P.E.O., will mce with .Mrs; Ed Critz at 7:30 p. m. tomorrow. ' Shamrock Club The Shamrock Club will mee with Mrs. Garland Wheeler tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. Warren "Gratified" By Vole In Wisconsin KtfNver Siys Ptople Appwre Hb Prtyam Orriaha-iyPj-Cbrifidtnt qf victory In Nebraska's Democratic presl dential primary. Senator Kcfauve of Tennessee issued a statemen early today saying: "The people of Nebraska, as in New Hampshire and Minnesota have voted decisively,. The vote of confidence in my program and the things .1 will fight for--integrity and honesty and saving in government,, progressive policies and an effective world peace--is Ihe highest honor. "1 will carry.out these policies b the utmost,of my ability. J be- ieve in restoring .to the people heir control of their government. The people approve." . ' *w»-Acre Ranch Sold Van Buren,- Ark.-(fl)-The 900- cre Circle R Ranch, five miles orthwest of here, has been sold )y R. K. Rodgers to Mrs. Edith Pvt. Billy. Ray Webb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vergil Ray Webb of Greenland, is completing his Air Force basic airmen indoctrination course at 1 Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. Guy Scott of Mansfield, Ohio, is convalescing at the Washington County. Hospital, following an operation performed in Mansfield. He is a former resident of Fay- ctteville and is th- brother of Roy Scott and Mrs. Fred Carson of' Fayetteville. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Eoff of 720 Douglas Street had as their recent suesls their cousins, Mrs. Rose Martnin of West Wood, .Calif,, and Mrs. A. C. Beavcrt of Chicago. They are.also visiting their mother, Mrs: Lucy Bell of Ccdarville, Ark., and other relatives in Hot Springs and Little Hock. Sacramento, Calif, - (f) . Qov Earl Warren of California issuec this statement early today when Wisconsin election returns showec he was trailing Sen. Hobert A Taft, (R-Ohio in the presidential primary there: "Without belittling the vote which Senator Taft received, 1 am deeply grateful for the confidence the voters of Wisconsin have expressed in mo, particularly in view of the fact 1 that I had very little opportunity to become acquainted with them. We made a very modest, campaign, both in time spent and money expended." Warren commuted by plane between California and Wisconsin, devoting half of his time to his legislature here and the remainder ti campaigning. Rubber Workers Out Memphis-W-About 3,500 em- ployes at the big Firestone tire and rubber plant here remained off the job today because of a wildcat strike in the tire building room. Montgomery of Springfield, Mo., for in undisclosed wm. The new ...... is 10 take possession September r. ' Kern m Witt HM the TIMES .all;. . "Hot Hashes" Stopped or strikingly relieved In 3-IO%*«.f citai In dKtert'lMli · If you're miserable from the '"hot restlett feelirigfof ^u»f oOlfe"-- you may be EulTerini unneeeaurlly! .·Far:,., in .(MM by ifoc(orj,..Lydl» Pinkham's Compound and Tablet* brought relief from such f unetlonaUv. caused suffering to 63% and M% rt- spectiyely) of th. women tested! Complete or striking relle/l · Tef! Rt^etrch hu proved then naa- Iclnet fftorou»fti» mourn- If actim" lui shown rou when to look lor nlltf from tho«e dlitnulni, jervolli. "out or «ort«" f«llng of mid-life "chihie"! 66. . .get Lydlft E. Ftafcham't VMetable Cpmpound-^or new, Impioted - r e w , mpiote weU. with added Iron I wmder/Hl, too, for the functional ftlru of mctittml ptrtott.} lest Than fhe Coif of Gat for Driving/ KANSAS CITY SHREVEPOtf * NEW ORLEANS MORTH tv. Silottm Springi-- Ar. Kanm Clhr SOUTH lv. Stlsom Springi- Ar. Shreveport Ar. New Orleans till* . 3:42 AM . 10:15 AM . 1:22 PM . 3:00 AM . 10:19 AM Train V-IO 2:3! PM 7:43 PM 1:30 AM .: 7,43 AM 2:30 PM 3:33 AM 10:43 PM 12:20 PM 7:43 AM ' F«f For«, Routn and Mlpnon leienrrrtofn TM" Call E. G. Sugg, Agent, Slloam Springi Phone 219 ^ Wylle H. Davis, associate pro- cssor of law at the University s author of an article entitled, Insurance Commissioners' Model "·revisions for Individual Accident nd Health Policies," which ap- ears in the current issue of In- urance Law Journal. Births ' Mr. and Mri. Leo Ball Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ball of Johnon announce the birth of a son \pril 1, at the City Hospital. ' llittn ta HM NEWS, tach w.tkday; at 7:30 AM, evir itation KOIIH OKLAHOMA TIRE SUPPLY CO. DAY SPECIAL! Regular $169.95 ANNOUNCING OPENING OF ·SLIPCOVERS · DRAPERIES · IEDSPREADS ·CORNICES * · LAMPSHADES · INTIftrOft DECORATING 18 MONTHS to PAY' 41 Eatt C.nter Phone 21 " OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 6 P. M Compare this gltammg be.uty ind 'its f with other rangn . . . then comp.tfJhe prictl ' M outside surfaces »r« tnd acid-resisting " Tinnium porcelain; automatic top iighrtrs; ' heavily insulated ovtn with precision control' ' orip p»ns under top bumenj beautifully «tyled »|cacc any kitchen! Oklahoma SEE WARDS NEiy SALE BOOK FOR REDUCED PRICES ON SPRING NEEDS PRICE Weir Side Ul !HOMi OF JITTER VALUES* Ourrww Siil* look off «n 132 pogtt of geod'Aepplng IMW« fo oil bud. 0«t-wl» honwmakwn. You'll want to iw. AM wid« itlKtron of attractively prfcwd gabardin* tpring win and topptrs for wom*n, and HM specially purthaMd nylon fabriei at sol* prie.1. You'll M«. ·Itctrkal appll. 15% in ptiot, mi i»w lew priets on colorful dinner, wart, radioi, automobile tir*« and i«a» eov.n, on hand and power lawn mowers. If you haven't a copy of Wardi Midipring Sale look, phone or come In for youri today. Discover why our Store and our Catalogi combine to offer you the mort com* |M»H topping center tervke in tow*

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