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Society iiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiHiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini iiiiii.iiiiiHiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniHti · Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Family Night, Country Club, 7 Sunday . . . University Symphony Orchestra, UA Concert Hall, 4 Monday . . . Creative Art Croup, AAUW, Civic Clubrooms, 8:30 Hi Si Club, Clubroom, 7 Farmington Lodge, Farmington Masonic Hall, 7:30 Stamp Collector's' Club, Civic Clubroom, 7-30 District Nurses, County Hospital, 7:30 g«y;»eville Lodge 740, Masonic Hall, g THIS 'N' THAT r ABOUT TOWN KATHLEEN DOZICR It is another tour of the continent for Tomi Wortham, according to word received here by former teacher, Sue Keller. Tomi, soloist with the New York City Ballet, will leave Monday from New York, for Barcelona, Spain, where she will appear at the Liceo Opera House. April 16 to May 10, the company will have the honor of opening the Paris Exposition of Art of the Congress for Cultural Freedom, at the Opera, which will be attended by the president of France and members of the diplomatic corps. At the Theater des Chjcrmps Elysees they will appear May 11-15, also as a port of the Festival of Congress, opening in Florence, Italy, May 16th, as part of the Maggio Musical Festival. From here they will go to Lucerne, Switzerland, then return to Paris for their own season at de Champs Elysees. Brussels, Belgium, will be the nex ftop where they will remain for three days and from there to the Holland Festival. Then to England an the Royal Opera House Covent Garden, and Edin burgh, Scotland, to participate in the Music Festiva i hey will be gone for five and one-half months. A follow-up on the paper drive sponsored by th Junior Civic League: It will be held two days, Apri 14-15, the proceeds to go to the Boys Club. Jone Truck Line of Springdale will provide a trailer trucl to be located on the parking lot of Collier's Drug Store for the paper collection. Notices with informa tion concerning pick-up of paper will appear in th TIMES. Observe 25th Anniversary MMTHWHT AMANIAS TIM* Miss Hooker Engaged Weds At Central Methodist Wes and Helen Gordon ar«s attending the golden wedding anniversary of his parents in Hill City, Kan While in Kansas they will also visit her sister, Mrs Al Hawkinson, in McPhersori and friends in Topeka . . . S. C. Dellinger and Dean G. D. Nichols are attending a meeting oh pre-medical education at Buck Hill Falls, Pa. Tfvj men were accompanied by their wives, Elsie and Dorothy, and Miss Martha Ellen Dellinger. The women are going on to New York one Washington, D. C. Elsie and Martha Ellen will attend the wedding of Miss Genevieve Courtney at Newport News, Va., April 12. They will return home by the way of Lincolntown, N. C., to meet relatives and attend the Azalea Festival at Charleston, S. C. Dorothy will visit friends at Charlottesville, Va., before returning home . . .. Mrs. Carl Smith and daughter, Ada Lee Smith, left early this morning for New York where they will sail the 15th of this month for Baumholder, Germany, to join Colonel Smith who is commanding officer of the 142nd Field Artillery Sam ond Henrietta Peck returned to Little Rock Wednesday to prepare for departure Sunday night for New York. They will sail from there on the Isle de France for a two months European tour. . . . Joel and Jo Ann Carlson and daughter, Judy, have returned home to Tulsa after being here with his parents, the T. C Carlsons. Jo Ann"and Judy spent the week here while Joel was in Camden and El Dorado on business. Miss Jeannine Campbell honored her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. E. E Campbell (above photo), with a surprise party in observance of thei 25th wedding anniversary. The party was held Wednesday evening at their home, 808 Vandeventer, from 8 to 10 o'clock. The dining table, covered with a cutwork cloth, was centered with an antique branched Dresden candelabra, flanked by two Dresden figurines. An old English silver tea service, recevied by Mrs. Campbel from her husband, was placed at one end of the table opposite the three tiered white and silver wedding cake. Spring flowers were usec throughout the house. Serving the first hour were Mrs. Jack Noll and Mrs. William D. Diggs, and during the second hour, Mrs. Robert E. Rceser and Mrs. Joe E. Larrimore presided at the table. Miss Campbell received at the door, Miss Pearl Porter and Mrs. Pearle Trowbridge were in charge of the guest, book during the first and second hours. Each who assisted received a corsage as did Mrs. Campbell. Mr. Campbell received a buttonaire from his daughter. Approximately 100 guests called during the evening. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edd Grettenberg of Dayton, Iowa, who arc house guests of the Campbells. Life Underwriters To Hold Session In Little Rock The Arkansas slate Association jf Life Underwriters will convene or its 20th annual Life Insurance sales Congress, Friday at the Lu- ayette Hotel in Little Rock, more, han 500 life underwriters from over the state have m;ide reserva- ions. Outside of the greater Little Rock area the largest delegations vill come.from Fayetteyille, Fort i m i t h, Paragould, Joneshoro, Blythevillc, West Memphis, Forest City, Helena, Stuttgart, Pino Huff, Camden, El Dorado, and ''exarkana. The underwriters will bo lunch"on guests of the following Aransas life insurance companies: 'he National Equity, National Old inc, Pyramid, Southern National, nd Union Life. Several nationally known speak- rs, including Hal C. Nutt, direc- ir of the Life Insurance Market- Guest Day Observed At Wade Home Chapter S. P.E.O. Sisterhood had its annual Guest Day Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Clifton Wade. Mrs. Fount Rich- Miss Mabel Rainey were assistan hostesses. Following the business meeting at 1:30 o'clock, approximately 30 guests arrived for the program and tea. Mrs. Marion Wasson ond Mrs. Virgil Blossom assisted the hostesses in greeting guests at the door. Mrs. Allen Reynolds and Mrs. Walter Cole assisted in the living room and Miss Carolyn Sue Hathcock was in charge of the guest book. Katherlne Woods Marshall, author of "Mr. Jones Meet the Master," was impersonated by Mrs. William F. Cooley in her review of Mrs. Marshall's more recent booK. "A Man Named Peter." It is the story of the author's life with her husband, his "career in Mr, and MM. Howard Hooker. 101 West Rock Street, announce the engagement of their daughter. Doris Jean, to Lloyd N. McConncll son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McConncll of Highway 45, east. Miss Hooker graduated in 1948 from Fayettevillc Hi K h School and attended Brians Business College in Hot Springs. She is a member of Bcla Sigma Phi Sorority and is employed by the Arkansas Western Gas Company McConnell isDlso a graduate of the 1948 class and has just recently been discharged from the Armed Services after serving one year lii Korea. The wedding is planned for mid-summer.--Bolj's Photo. Banquet At Country Club Honors Rose Glen R o s e , newly appointed head basketball coach at the Unl 'ersity, was guest of honor nt a banquet last night at the Fayette- 'ille Country Club. Members o he Razorback Club were present buffet dinner was served . sr Powell Rhca extended ar. fficial welcome to Rose in be- lalf of the citizens of Fayette- ille and University Provost Joe 'ovington welcomed Rose as spokesman for the University. More than 150 persons attended. Benefit Planned By Sigma Nu Club Tlans are under way for a benefit bridge and canasta party to be given by the Sigma Nu Mothers and Wives, Friday, April 18. This will be held at the chapter house with the proceeds to be used to purchase furnishings for the house. Dorian Tuck and Mary Louise Cain are in charge of arrangements. Symphony Concert To Feature Marx .1. Pales Prof. Max J. Pales will be violin soloist in n concert of the University symphony Orchestra to Following a week of entertainment while the guest of Mrs. J. C. Jordan, Mrs. Waldeen Maho left yesterday morning to return home to Dallas Martha Harlan is up from Memphis with her parents Grady ond Brunette. Joining them this evening wil be Bill Morgan who will fly here from Atlanta . Marion Manlove with daughter, Ginger, left Thurs day morning to return to their home at Fort Leaven worth, Kan., after a week's visit here with Paul anc Helen Virginia Young. Founders Day will be observed tomorrow by Ph Delta Thera, with alumni from over the state in attendance at the chapter house. Scheduled for the day ore: Registration at.3:30 p.m., followed by a guidec tour of the campus; a reception is planned for 5:3C p.m. with dinner at 8 o'clock that evening. The invocation will be given by Robert Attevery of Little Rock, fraternity chaplain, and a welcome will be extended by Sam Boyce of Tuckerman, president. Following dinner,-a musical program will be presented under the direction of Charles Plowman of Little Rock. An estimated 50 alumni are expected for the occasion. Officers-Airmen Annual Barbecue Slated Tomorrow DM 'annual barbecue and fet- toftttiw of non-coinmisvoned of- ficM and the airmen of the Army MOORE S ; N E R A L CH and Air Force ROTC s t a f f of the University will be held tomorrow f.fternoon »t the City Park. Members of the stiff and their families have been invited to the event, which is scheduled to begin .it 11 ».m. and last thrrjghhout the afternoon. Included In the list . ( those '.o bs present nre s follows: Sgt. ind Mrs. Abbott L. Johnson M/Sft. »nd Mrs. Kenneth K. Truitt, Sgt. and Mrj Rrbert V. Pop*, Sgt. «nd Mrs. Edwin V. Lyon, Sgt. nnd Mrs. Jetse C. Boyd, Jr.. |M/S«t. and Mn. Arthur O. Bou- drcau, M/S»t. and Mr«. Uwrence I\V. Bcckstead, M/Sft. «nn Mw. I.Inwph .DonMo, S«t. Jvnes D. Mttc«H; M/Sft. and Mrj Suttor,, M/Sft. and Mn, Charles E. Alley, .. ~. ..... u .._ ............I... ......,!,_.- W I L I I IILI iiuMjiuui, nis career in g Institute, Purdue University, the ministry and as chaplain of m orfj-n,, »u. c«i»- ,-,,., | ne united States Senate. Flowers from the Wade's garden, including a variety of jonquils, narcissus and snapdragons on the tea table, were arranged throughout the house. Outstanding specimens of single blossoms were also displayed. Paper Drive Planned For Boys Club The Junior Civic League of Fayelteville will sponsor a paper drive, April 14-15. The proceeds will go to the Boys Club. A trailer truck, donated by the Jones Truck Line of Springdale, will be located on the parking lot of Colliers Drug Store, West Dickson Street, for collection of the paper. Notices will appear in the ill address the Sales Congress. Homer L. Bailey, Union Life nsurance Company of Little ock, is general chairman of the -ales Congress. New officers for e state association 1952-53 will e elected at the luncheon meet- g. _ r ariety Show cheduled For .oot Auditorium "Bubbling Over," a vaudeville variety show with an any It cast, will be given Thursday evenin/ ii the Root Auditorium, under the direction of Jim McDonald, Henry Seamans ?nd Wallie Jng.u;,. Thi- ib under the sponsorship of the I Wnrhington School P.T.A. Musical accompanimenL will bt Cpl. Charles C. Hutd.cpr, son i-f Mrs. Rachel Hutchens nt Fay- ctlcvillc, has been ass!*r.(d to Amarillo Air Force Base. Texas, motor vehicle maintenance specialist. Cpl. Hutchjns was transferred from Fort Ord, Calif. Dr. M. Blair Hart, assodr-tc pro- essor of speech ond dramatic art it the University, gave an address Thursday at a convention of the Southern Speech Association in ackson, Miss. Dr. Hart spoke on Speech education In the South." The marriage of Miss Vera June Barr to Edward T. Sholtus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sholtua of Fayetteville, Is announced by her Barents, Mr. and Mrr. Clyd- I, 3arr, also of Fayetk'vllle. Per- 'ormed by the Rev. U. 1,. Dykes. lr., the weddlnK vows were saiil March 31, In the i-hapot of the Central Methodist Church. The bride wore an afternoon dress of navy and white corded silk with navy and white accessories and a white carnation tor- sags Mrs. Jimmy George, matron of honor, was attired In a black t n f I fcta afternoon dress with black accessories. She too wore a white Charles H. Cross, professor and dministrativc assistant in t h e University College of Education, (tended a meeting of the North Central Association of Colleges and carnage. Joe Goebel served brst man to the brldenwom. · Following the ceremony, · reception was held at tht Acacia Fraternity House. The dining table was centered with an ar- ranKement of jonquils, with the tiered wedding cakt placed opwv dte.thc coffee service. Mr». Ked- fler presided at th* service. The couple left Immdlately following on o wedding trip to Kansas City Mo. Mrs. Sholtus 1» i graduate of the University High School »nd has since attended the University. Mr. Sholtus is working o n ' his Master's Degree at the University; He is a member of the Acacia Fraternity.--Greens Photo. U.A. Social News ocondary Schools March 31-April 4. in Chicago J. O. Maycs, 228 North College venue, is seriously 111, at his ome. His son, Lawrence of Ta- oma, Wash., arrived Kiis morning at the Tulsa Airport, where he was met by Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tuck, Jr. Stefan Hlrsch, noted art educator, will be at the University April 9-11 to consult with the Division of Fine and Applied Arts and the Curriculum Committee of the College of Arts and Science* concerning the general education program on the undergraduate level. He also will confer with the Graduate Council. He Is head of the Division of Art, Music, and Dram» at Bard College, Annadale-on-Hudson, N. Y. Announcements Waihlnttan-MaallM* SchMl Lynch PerwHMl The third meotinn 6Mhe ichool lunch personnel of Washington and Madison counties will be held' at West Fork School, Tuesday '.i 4:iS p. m. ' ' . morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Arts Center Concert Hall. The oublic is invited. The concert will 30 for benefit of the orchestra's scholarship fund, and tickets will be available at the door. Personals Attending Ihe Arkansas Wholesale Grocers Association's 42nd an- n u a l convention in Little Hock are M. W. Schutt, manager of McCord Wholesale Grocery Company, and W. E. McWhortcr of the Ozark Wholesale Grocer Company. The Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Lina and sons, James, Charles and Paul, of Swlflon, have been the Wilkins. g with ber arc Krisna Wardlow and Graham. Tickets will be on sale Monday by children of Washington bchool. Cotfee Compliments Mrs. Grettenberg Mrs. Cal Collins entertained with a morning coffee at her home, 344 York Street, Thursday morning in honor of Mrs. Edd jrettcnberg of Dayton, Iowa, who has been the house guest of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Campbell. Mrs. Collins was assisted by her daughter, Mrs. Robert Keesor. The louse was decorated with arrangements of spring flowers. Rogers Churches Plan Easter Sunrise Service Rogcrs-(Spccial)-Tho liev. Wll- am B. Malotte, pastor of the ^irst Christian Church, will dc- ver the Easter Sunday sunrise ermon at Lake Atalanta April 13 t 6:30 a. m. Except for the sermon the cn- Ire program will be presented by lymen of the various R o K e r.i lurches, and the high school girls' torus, directed by Miss nay Gil- Laymen on the program will be Denver Murry, Dr. F. Carlylo one*, Dr. Cecil Evans, Dr. C. A. lerce and 0. O. G u f f l n . M i s s K Kelly will be the pianist Those living in areas out of the wards, mny bring scrap paper to the truck on Dickson Street. Any further information may be obtained by calling any member of the League nt the following numbers, 2254-H, 2219-W, 3131-J or 2274-J. Dr. and Mrs. Frank D. Knox have as their guest, theii' d.iugn- ter, Ellen Knox Guenther of Seattle, Wash. Mrs. George M. Tow arrived last night from Little Rock to spend the weekend here with her mother, Mrs. Ella D. Hurst. Dr. and Mrs. H. T. Ivcy arc in Amarillo, Texas, where Dr. Ivey will be associated with th? Veteran's Hospital for the next 30 days. Capt. and Mrs. R C Harding lave as their guests this weekend, :heir daughter, Miss Virginia Harding, and Miss Helen Thomas, both of Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson L. Bou([h- ncr. Palatine, III., have been the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. I'ryor, for the past week. They left yesterday to return home. , guests of Mr. Linam's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Linam. They left this morning for Fort Smith, where they will attend the funeral of Die Rev. W. J. Lelioy. From there they will return home. Mrs. Blanche Joyncr and daughter, Margaret, have just returned from San Antonio, Texas, where they visited in the home of Mrs. Joyncr's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Colcman, and family. While there they made a tour into Mexico. On their return trip they stopped In Oklahoma City, visiting relatives there. Sgt. Donald K. Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Davis, 117 Bast Davidson Street, has been assigned as an airpoliccman with the 6610th Air Base Squadron at McAndrew AFB, Argentia, Newfoundland. His wife, the former Erelcne Hendrlx, also resides here with their son, Samuel Kirk. · - · -- · · · -- . * . ,.···) U M K I I I . D tji nll(.-jr, i n l j l f l l T ; IACU.Y w i l l DC llle p l a n M/S|t and Mr*. Jamea J. lomdonfor tba confreiitioltal tinging. People Come for Miles To S«« These Beautiful EARLY BLOOMING Tulip Trees Special By Mail PLANT NOW blooming, t f i l l variety (up In F. n r 1 y\ Krov.'iniiq '"'I. Peo-' m, ,. ,- c ,,. pip comp for rnllpi to nee, incm -- f M t n value of y o u r properly. 0" lullp flowm Growi toil, very himly Con hi- planted now or itorcd for Utcr plnntinf. Bnrmin prlro II e » c h; .1 (or »2 Sntli. faction luarnnteetl or your monny Cnjh ordtr.-w,. S,',* f?'}f*ft OT v;c w l n « l " d| ) f - . _ , _ lh 'P fc °- D - Plu« poitio. ted Twig Dogwood GIVEN, with Tulip .... Ai » lpecl«l htrctln WB ilvr one of lht»e colorful Ken Twl» Dofwoodi with every ordtr. ·WiM HlMMr Print niinn Aildrom ftnrt me I enrlo** David Durst, head of tht Unl- vcrslty art depnrlment, will participate in the opening panel dls- c'J!slo:i at a meeting of the Southeastern College Art Conference nt Louisiana Stale University April Dr. G. D. Nichols, dean of the University College of Arts ond Sciences; Dr. A. H. Carter, head of t h e E n g l i s h department; D r . George Johnson, associate professor of botany and bacteriology, and Edgar A. Albln, associate professor of art, will conduct a symposium on genern] education for the American Asfoclation of University Professors at the University of Tulsa on April 18. Three music faculty members from Henderson State Teachers College will appear In a guest recital at the University Arts Center at 8 p. m. Wednesday. There will DC no admission fee for the public recital. Appearing on the program w i l l be Miss Elizabeth Nelms, soprano; Thomas Grecr, violinist, nnd Charles Wilkcs, organist. Mrs. 1. Grady Smith, chairman of the Henderson music department, will accompany Miss Helms and Mr. Mniera Literature Clik The Modern Literature Club will meet Tuesday at 3 p. m., with Mrs. Joseph Thslhehner, 62S Nortt Wilson Avenue. VA DliUffera VA Dlstafferi will not meet Thursday ai scheduled. The meeting has been postponed unti\ April 17th. Military do«i were used by art combatants In World War I except the United States. Lower California Is rich in minerals ond some workings are hiih rireds of years old. NOWI^M~tar»ii n t r M-Hl Dihliisnpto12"Across · 12 bloamt at a Urn. p*r bulb) · Blooms 10"-12" acrwi -- making Marly 11 tt. ol blooml Miracto" fiant dihllu it about 'i refultr price. Anorted co4on: Whit*. bron». ··Imon, orchtd. mulberry, pink, 1L red. dk. nd. KMr · to grow. 2Sc ' p i u a - - - J N BOitaK, kalMl- unf. I for It: . 12 for 12. We My potute tl ft (1 eiah ordFn. MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. SI t 2 orrten ient C. O, D. tl de- ·ired. OWEN NUBSEKT. MaomlnitOB. 111., D«Dt, 10MS, ' THE BLAIRS, STATIONERS Th* Oldtil Oflic. Supply HOUM and Gift Shop in Hartfcwaal Athaain MAUTIFUl fASTfR CARDS FareUtTllU's Latgatt g»l«ctkia -- StyM by GlbHD SILVERPLAIE T H E N E X T T H I N G T O Ctrkun 50-Pite* Set Dinner Sizt (Strrlc. for I) Ptllerni ihoHn ·re "Off n Dork." Prirt uitl-Umlih then No Federal Tu , JMpr frymau, (/ Ym Wiik No Interest -- No Carrying Charge

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