Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 3, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 3, 1952
Page 2
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2 NOiTM*tlT AMANf At TMMf, F«rtM«Hlt, ·, (Ml milNIHHIIIIIIIIIIHIIIHIIIIMI IIIHH « MtS. KATHIIIN DOZIH Caudle-Carson · Engagement Told · Daily Calendar of Events · Tonight . . . lu£or A«semb!y. Keller .studio, 7 · K, P.E.O., Mrs. Ed Criu, 7;3(l May . . . nct'.CIuH,.Wlihinglnn Hotel, 7:30 «. m. tleville Boird Reallora, Ferguson's, 12. ivlll'e Association of IJfc Underwriters, FeruuEon's, ft as Paseant, Leverett School, ark Club Quills Ai.AII-Day Meeting vifiiinrs present, including viMinr* from Cailfnrnin snr! Memphis. Tcnn. A quill wan rjuiltrd /or the hopl(*K5 and nl noon lunch . WBK lie Owrk Community Club met l«r« d '" thr """."'· ... , . ,, ·? . The next meet ns wi if with Mfjjday v.'flh Mr.. Jake Harp. Mf , Rnh |Jn|on « , hc Woo , My r%re^ 1« members and Ifn community, April Hth. l I -T 1- ~. - - --~- - ~ . J ~ . . -- ~ - L ' . " L - ^ : - ^ ^ - - ±ZZZT.:?.i "...·....-- A ilrwi-d-a-ihM, er«- ·t*d at a slim twitilni ankle*, a tall, alantfar kaal and Ida a f f r delkaey *f a tptlsf fle»«t. Yout loot will le«k til r«rr ptelllail. Blue Calf and antah. Onlr t«.». 4.95 IASEMEHT STORE Women Of AAUW Hear Talk OriiState Election Laws I "Exorbitant campaign expenses* jnf candidates for public office in' ['Arkansas"-was discussed by Ed; win K. Runaway when h» ipoke on the slbjcct, "Election Laws and Practices in Arkansas." before members of th-rAmerlcan Assocl- I allon of the Univerilty W«mien, Tuejdny afternoon In the Game Room of .the Student Union. "Until the altitude of the people of Arkansas changes, and '-hoy insist that they will not vote fur I any candidate who sets up exor- i hitanl campaign expenses, and I until the people are willing to bei stir themselves in behalf of good ] candidate*, we will not find the j solution for this problem," said ! Dunaway. i He further staled that, "we ! need no new laws to correct this j evil hut to oniorce tne law which j already limits the amount spent." The speaker was presented by Window- -(Special)- "Miss J.ols Mrs. Fran?. Adler, chairman of Nell Caudle will leave Monday i the Social Studies Group. Dtma- ·for Walsonville, Calif. Her en- i wa . v . former justice of the Ar- E a»cmem and 'approaching mar- | XTth^k'an"^^ rlage tq Norman Carson of Wat- i |., u , re and if now p ro f essor o f i, w sonvillc, 1» announced by her par- ] al ih e Universitv. cms, Mr. and Mrs; Eli Caudle o f ] M o , H cn|Mt was'named Wlnslow. The bride Hoot is n : prraiin( . nl n , the Fayclteville ernduatcnf Greenland High School. f) ran ch of A A U W during the bus- and -has since been employed by ] ncsf meeting which preceded the the Southwestern Hell Te'ephone : addresses. Other officers chosen Company in Fsyctleville Mr. Car- I were: Mrs. Robert Fairchild, first son Is In business with his father vlee president: Mrs. W. A. Guinn, in Wairanvllle. ' socond vice P;'« idl!n 'j Mrs - ·'· R - Rissett, secretary; Mrs. George llolcomb. Jr., treasurer; directors, Miss Mary Drokc, Mijss Jeahnette Scurider and Mrs. John I. Smith. Mrs. H. G. Hot/ presided at the tea table. Hostesses were Miss Vera McNalr. Mrs. Mack K. Bur- UA Freshmen Receive "A" Bar Awards · . "A" Bar awards to 13 freshmen Air Science One students at the nil otiirricr \jiir. »i!iu£!u* ni me ' . .. ... . « . ». u . University, have been announced i' nn - M "' ) V , A ' 1G y n ;, M ' s 'p Hot , 7 " bv U. Col. Rav W. Alford. The , Ml \ p ?"' , Noland. Mrs. P. L. followim ruriets received "A" Rai- Hathcock, Jr.. Mrs. M. !,. Price, awards" received^ A Hai , ^ w H p r _ Miji . Flor( , nce William V. Alexander. . Ii(ck j Shcrbourne, Miw. Beatrice Sims, Everett, Georce D. Bal«os. Law- ! Mrs. Delbert SwarU and Mrs. rcnce H. Kloorciiinficr, Bobby .M Malcolm Lawrence. Bauttj, Prank R. Garrison: I Herbert A. Beck, Carl J, Gunn, I t . ..,,. .. § John W. Bell, Jr.. George L. Hack- Mf H flOS CSS ney. Owen G. Blackwcll, Edward ' IIJ '""' " UJI " J l.j. Haynes; i _ - ,, .. -. . To Green Valley Club Mrs. Verne Adams Honors Son At Dinner Mrs. Verne Adams honored her son, Clayton, with a curpriie birthday party last evening at their apartment, S02 North Washington Avenue. Rueiti were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Riddle, Mrs. «Chancey, Mrs. Bonnie Cusack, Miii Georgia Norman and Mn. ^. A. Ramsey. Dinner was served to the group, after which the evening was spent playing canasta. Dr. John Hicks To Talk On Modern Literature ' "What's Modern?" will be discussed in a public lecture on contemporary literature by Dr. John Hicks of John B, Stetson University at 8 o'clock in the Student Union game room. Dr. Hickj will be on the University campus through Saturday conferring with University committees on general education. He is director of freshman studie* in the humanities at Stetson. Ollie L. Blan, Jr.. Harold H. HcftKes, George Brenner. Jov L. Hill. William R. Brooksher, Billy R. Hinkle; Jimmy W. Buckley. Nofl W. Hnbson. Cecil R. Calhoun. Freeman R. Irby, Jr., Joseph M, Craw- fdrd. Benjamin N. Johnson; Walter G. Eberle, Gilbert Kenney: John · F. Livingstijn, Luther Luck, Harry G. Neale, Jr.: William L. Oliver, Richard A. Jr.. Mrs. Tom Hill of Green Acr« was hostess to the Green Valley Club it » luncheon yesterday. with Id mcmber.i present and two Guests, Mrs. R. F,. Brady and Mn. W. H. McBroom. During Ihe business · session, members voted to make a quilt. to be completed at the next meet- Ins and given to the Tornado fle- llef. A lalk .on cancer control was Reid, James S. .Reynolds. Bruce E.- Schrnt*. Terry W. Shaw- m ;' a " b y"Mr' t .' M]fn Dnw( , n . whn rr ' v | also distributed pamphlets on the subject. During the social hour, Mrs. K. K. Patterson received the mystery package. Mrs. Ralph Jones will he hostess C. Shlplev. Addlson Smith, Bill H. Stubblofielrl, Joe W. Telford, Arthur B. Thompson, Jr.: Allen B. Vcnner. Roger C. Williams., Bruce A. Fortune, G. A. j i to the club at its next meeting.* VfHITfR WITHOUT than any other IT'S AMAZING-RUT TRUlI New Fab Cashes whtwr without than any soup,- nnj 1 other "no-rin?e" iiids or »ny protiuci known ir//A hle«ch in the wtsh wnter. And freshly rinsed Fah clothe* are clr*nfr than you can get them any *oap. Fah WA!thct out dirt ... leave* no dulling film in the hardest water. With Fah. clothes jtet whiter «nd whiter ...colors fid brighter nnd brighter. And yon have the world's wash! AND, VOU CAN 5TOf HWSfNG/ M ymi prefer »nt to rinse. Fah ftivc5 you the cIcnncM possible, sweetest-smelling no-rinse wash! UnOOTNES! CUT MSNWASHHK THM IN HALF! New Fnh ii wnndrr- fully mild in h«nU. It'l Ifllc tn ilir on clnlhci. And Tub i« kind in ynui own pretty w«*h«bl«! New Fnh immcilutrly din itnit k it flnetinl in the vi»h wairr. No loikini IKtdrd! And you itti Hop rinunft, inn! * C-KMII-rM.M*}ilVt-Mn MKWUC1 fib maw in daiilini fVHt, ju* don't need Clothei Int **·*· hlM tabfkiorfadt Fiih pnn Ihln) rlcAn! If it food rlinav (tif dhhclmh iinff! Nnh.r't i«ll No «Iplna-wilh Fihl Schoolmasters Club To Meet In Springdile President Wayne White will ere- tidt Jt tht meetinf 0( the Nnrth- w e 11 Arkansas Schoolmaster'* Club, Monday night in Sprinfdale. iThe meeting will open at 7 e 1 : clock in the new high school | cafeteria with group lingihf IH| by Dr. R. K. Bent. ' An address wil! be given by Clint Pace of Dalla'. Texts, regional director of the National Citizens' Committee for F u b ] ic School*. Virgil T. Blosaom in chairman of the program com mittee and nervine, with hint .art Joe Fiye Mnnre and Frank Can- »h«wlftf Mmfhtf CARDUI tudy. 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