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April 7, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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7, 1MJ HimUMMHMIIINUIIIIUIIIMIHIIIHIUl MRS. KATHIWN OOBM IHHtHllllimttlllHItlMIIIHllllllllllllHiiiiiiilliiiiiiHiiiinillMIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIHIIII Daily: Calendar of Events Tonight . . ;·'·'·'· . CreatnV'Arl Group. AAUW, Civic Citibrooms, 6:30 Hi SI Club, Clubronm, " Farainifton Lodse, Farminstun Masonic H a l l , 7:30 Stamp Collector's' Cluh, Civic Cluhrnom. 7:30 District Nurses, Htthcocli Building, t;K Xayelteville Lodge 740, Masonic Hill, I Tuesday Miss Hughey To Wed r · Pilnntd Parenthood Association, City Hospital, 10 Lions Club, Fercutun'f, 12 Klv.-anis Club, Washington Hotel, 12 D.A.C., Mtjor Brian Pcndleton Chapter, Mrs. W. F, Thomas, 1 Pi Beta Phi Alumnae, Mri. Ralph Goff, Jr., 1:30 Modern Literature Club, Mri. Joieph Thalhelmer, 3 Sub Deb Club, Suit C»l«, 7 Naval Reserve Composite U n i t , Kason Building, 7 Ord»r o( Rainbow for Glrlt, Masonic H«ii, 7 Mtth Mlliury Government Croup, 112V4 Weit Center, -7:80 D.A.V., Ullon Hut, 7:30 Engineering Karulty Wives, Mr*. C. O, Cofburo, 7:JO V.F.W. Auxiliary,. Civic Clunrooms;.7:IO Rebtkah Lodje, IOOF Hill, 8 Dr. Kenneth Or To Conclude Talk Series In Southeast Asia,' 1 tomorrow night at I o'clock in the game room of the Student Union. This Is the concluding lecture In a series on Or. Kenneth Orr, visiting pro- anthropological observations on the lesser of social anthropology in the ; "Road to Mandalay," The public. department of sodolnfy will five · public leslure on "America's nol HEftHTBUflll? Is invited to the lecture. Good-Neighbor Club Mettt At Allison Home The Good-Neighbor Club met with RooMwood Allison Thursday for needlework. Mrs. Mary li- beller gave a demonstration on smocking. Nellie Cox, Frances Patton anil WHda Hutchlnson received gifts from mystery friends. Others who were present Included Erma Bocks and children, Catherine Jnck, Eula Hillings. Aurora Ep.ell, Lottie Boyd, Hello Green, Seriin Thomas and Nora Elnm. The next meeting will be w i t h Eula Billings, April 24. . no hicarttDnatc to nvtr.alka w tux uit r*kou.«. Mi.i,. r',,H«(. t. Siill pair tfc. The cnKoijcment nf Miss Lconc Muehey In Ralph L. Burke, is announced hy hw mother, Mrs, Winifred Hujhey of Fayetteville, Burke is a first class petty officer Mineral Springs Organization Names Committees The second meeting of the Mln- i cral Springs Rural Community j I Improvement Organization was I ! held Saturday night at the Com- ! munity House, with approximate- | ly 40 people present. | The meeting was eaHed to order ! by J. T, Mace, chairman, who! then appointed the committees for I the different phases of the program. They arc: Bettor Farming Practices, H u - i bert Burns, Hugh Itelff, and Earn- ' ost Pd.vton; Family-Food Supper, Mrs. R u t h Kcnlcy, Mrs. Stella Hale, Mrs. Dyca. Darling, Mrs. Alice -Malone; Improvement of Appearance of Engagement Announced Personals Mrs. John Harris will entertain ·he Wednesday Club at her home, Wednesday aft ·· noon at 1 o'clock. Mrs. Mrs. J. M. Patrick and Her! Smith of Jonesboro, were weekend guests of their brother, Jacob Sharp and family. G. A. Billingsley returned yesterday a/tcr six weeks in Washington, D. C., where he was with 1 the geological survey offices. Mineral Springs Club Begins Nursing Course The Mineral Springs Home Demonstration Club met Friday afternoon at the Community House, with eight members present and cine new member, Mrs. Mayme F*ell. The devotional was given by Mildred Camp and Mrs. Ezcll. The Red Cross Home Nursing Course, sponsored by the club, was announced for tonight in the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Woolson, who will alto teach the course. An Easter-egg hunt and covered-dish supper was set for Easter Sunday Miss Marlcne Bowling's engagement to Ivan Bromley, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bromley of Malone; ·' Fayettenlle. The .wedding date /-, , 1 « . . . . * "·' "-' ' v - . i l l l - . I M C V V U U U i l l K ui Community Acttvlties M rs. i ,,,,., heen « t for mi ,,. sun £, ei , izam'th wnnhtnn J IT T . j n H * v _.»«__ Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Funk Denton, Texas are the guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Bllllngsley. at 3 p.m. I A discussion was held on means of | of taking care of the financial · Three town* In Berkshire, Ingland are named Upper Wallop. Middle Wallop and Nether Wallop. ·--· . In Gambia, Northwett Africa, many people live in Sin, which is . the name of a town, lays the National Geographic Society, It is estimated that the United States uies about 28 million com- . mcrcial Christmas trees a year. needs of the rural community Im- provemcnt Program, which the club is sponsoring. Mrs. Woolton gave a talk on cancer and tuberculosis. The mystcrv package was Prof, and Mrs. H. M. Black, their daughter, Bcrnice and son, Bruce, of Ames, Iowa, and Dean. . _. .,. _ _ J S. C. Hollister, dean of engineer- j The meeting was adjourned un- ing at Cornell University, Ithaca, L' 1 May 2nd, at which time Mrs. won by Mrs. Clifford Brinkworth. Kerley and Mrs. E. A. Payton". "Hot Flashes" Stopped or strikingly nlitvtil In 63-80%* »f C*MI in «t«t»r» 1 t»ih · If you're miserable from tht "hot flashes," and. accompanying Irritable. restless feeling; of "change of life"-- fou may be stifferlnf unnarauarllri ·For...hi teils by doctor;...Lydla pinkham's Compound and Tablets brought relief from such lunctionilly- caused suffering to 63% and 10% ire- , . Elizabeth Wnnlson, J. K. Lindsey, wlth the Coast Guard, stationed I and, Mrs. Frank Crawford; , at St. Louis, Mo. He has only re-I Publicity, Mrs. Earl Darling I S k y l i g h t Glib Plans cently returned from four years; a "4 Mr». Harrlola Payton; ^ _ j EoSter-Enn H u n t service in the Aleutian The wedding will be an event of late spring. Islands I Road s. Perry Malone, J. T. 'Mace, and Earl Darling who was also elected as assistant man. MUM TUMMY MMMEMENT METHODS Wrif. . . . 13 Ctllxl tlrlll» I. U»ai ., II ll.k^ 1(11 Mrs. Orin Glass Entertains Ozark Mudhens Mrs. Frank Lee was program and project lender for the regular meeting of the Or.nrk Mudhens Club when It met for an afternoon session Friday In the home of Mrf. Orin Glass. The program was opened with a discussion on "figurines you cnn mnke." which w;is n review of a current magazine article.. Following t h e riisnifMon, Mrs. Lee supervisor! the group in ilcBJKnlnfi Easter table drc-oralinnx from eggs and "dils and ends from the scr/ip bag nnrl sewing basket. During lhi r.ori.il h a l f - h o u r the mystery pnrknfje was received by Mrd. Dotpon Lewi?. At the cnn- chipion of the mcetlnc, an Faster The Skylight Home Demonstra- A new pulpit was receiveJ by the Community from Mr. Darling and the Home Demonstration club. A young pig, donated by Sam Hale, was raffled off to bring money for Immediate expenses. The winner was Perry Malone. It was agreed to begin work on the improvement of the 'Community Building and grounds next Saturday, all day. Lunch will be served at noon by the ladies. Plans were also made to start a "better mail box" project. An Easter-egg hunt and picnic supper was planned for Easter Sunday at the community House and it was decided t h a t a meeting would be held on the second Saturday of each month hereafter. The meeting was adjourned after the serving of refreshments. chair- ;icn Club r.ic- in the home of Mrs. Louie Wcems Friday, with viu. 1 im-'juiiK, HII r.asipr i i -.-. . . . . sivcn by Mrs. Harold Meetings 1 his Week THE BLAIRS, STATIONERS Tfc. DUeil OfHee tup*, «««.; , B « :(Wl » W MAUTWt IA|TH CARDS on ·*.,,,,,,,, . rthw .,, AfklnM , Cllnehcns. '· r\l r ' i ( \ r^ s-\ \ The nrxt mei'ting of the club i Ut L O U n f V H. U. UuDS will be held in the home of Mrs. Lee on Mny 2nd, nt 7:3n p.m. Mrs, Arthur Llnard.iwill be program leader. ', ' . · · High School P.T.A. Sponsors Pie Supper The rsrent-Teachftr Association of Fnyotlcville High School is sponsoring a pic nupper to be held tomorrow night tit 7:30 : in the sehnol rafcteria. Proceeds will go toward the purchase of furnishings for thc new high school. Plc_s will he auctioned by Richard ureer mid cntorlainment will be- provided by the Girls' Chorus under the direction of Mrs. Elsin Mitchell, nnrl Jhe "Hungry Five," directed b y ' n . W. Willis. Tickets for birtdliiR w i l l be Meelinc of the Home Demonstration clubs will be this week as follows: Tuesday, Cane Hill. Vine.v Grove, Community Building,. 2 p.m., Prairie View, Big Springs, Mrs. Ftnsa Drain, 2 p.m., Mt. Zion, Mrs. Ralph D. .Tones, 2 p.m.: Wednesdav, Johnson. Mrs. Ewcll Logue, 2 p.m.. Goshen, Mrs. Esther Haughey, li.in p.m., Goldenrod Mrs. C. L. Vcak, 12:30 p.m. Meadow Valley. Mrs. Gils Hon best, 11 a.m., F.lkins, Mrs. Eula Lewis, 2 p.m., Elklns, Mrs. Fannie Carrigan co-hostess, C o m b s Chapel. Mrs. Faye Harper. 10:30 a.m., Monitor, club house, 10 a.m. Thursday, Cincinnati, Clubrooms, 2 p.m., Colony, Mrs Charles Russell. 11 a.m., Summers Mrs Emily Scott Tucker, all day Friday. Gem, Community Build- Ing. 7 p.m., Highland, Mrs. Dennis Massey, 11 a.m., Dutch Mills, Mrs D. and Elizabeth Villines, all 18 members present and four visitors. Mrs. Edd Villians, Mrs. Travis Villianj. Krf. Jane Maloney and Mrs. Angel. The Lord's piayer was repeated by all. Mrs. Henry Whitehouse led the snngs and the devotional was given by Mrs. A. T. Ray. The poem of the month, "Garden Cr.Il," was read b;- Mrs. ChsHje McCratic. Roll call was answered with "something I have learned about buying.' Mrs. Bill Jjindrum, h e a l t h leader, discussed "undulant fe- on buying v e r " Demonstrations clDthcs were given b;' Mary. Jane Baker, assistant. Home Demon- ftration agent. Mrs. H e n r ;· Whitehouse received the my«tery package. The club voted to :r- to church Easter Sunday at Skv.ight. dinner to be served at norn and an Easter- egK hunt scheduled for the afternoon. The dinner, given hy the club March 28th, wiis, well attended. t was reported Tl.e proceeds will be used toward buying a rug for the Morrow S.-hool lunch room. Announcements · ivallnblc. as will refreshments of ce rroam, coffee and soft drinks. lf*2 PACKARD "MO" 4-OOOt MOAN DeJivered in Nyattevllle S 2648 'Optional equipment, white sidewall tires (if aviilinlc), sod tun md loc.l Kiti (if aw), extra. Prices may vart llightlr in nearbr commum- liil dm 10 shipping chargti. PACKARD Costs Less Than You Think! WITH the creates! line of cars in its history, " Packard has good newj for you to read on the price tag it hears today! · · ·*·· · · · Packard's hig-cir comfort and ^performance are yours to enjoy at medium-car cost. VChm's more, Packard costs less lo own over the years, because "Built like a Packard" means built to last! · · Meat bstwrrifiH car on the road, this magnificent new Packard offers you cxtra- wjdr doors, hifi hsndiornt interior, scuts as wide as the car is high and the ail- around visibility of 3046 square inches of safety glass for added protection. · · P«ck«rfl«lon»Bivcj you Ultramatic*. the automatic drive thai eiccls all others, and the flashing get-up-and-go of the world's highest-compresiion eight. Sensat i o n a l n.cw Packard E i s a m i t t c Power Brakes' afford quicker, easier stops with 40% less foot pressure. · ·lookMonomer*cor. Compare Packard against the field. Test it and you'll agree-Packard is today's top motor-car value! Fayetlevilli; District Nurses The FayctWBv.iJIe Distrht Nurses will meet''tonight at 7:30 o'clock in the Drs. Hathcock office. A panel discussion will be held on structure study of the nursing organization. Fi Re.ta Phi Alumnae Club The PI Beta Phi Alumnae Club will meet tomorrow for a dessert course at 1:30 o'clock in the afternoon, at the home of Mrs. Ralph Goff, Jr. Mrs. Dick Miller will be co-hostess. Engineering Fnulty Wive* club The Enginee'in^ Faculty Wives f lub will n;eet tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock for bridge and canasta, with Mrs. C. O. Cogburn, 282 South Florida Avenue. · N « I N ·OpiioMl equipment si rslri cat*. **0«l, lMtnril IMS Ultn. aHili*,tneauiomiiicdriv(ih«t etceli ll otheri in imooth per. fctnaBce and dcpendahilit]'. **H«w l«i«m ( i|i ··wir ·rchei* (I've fatter, caller nopt awe, 29% leu lime to apply! O U T L A S T T H I M A L L I **»«tk«rJ kulUl |rMt ··. jlmil Packard'] Thunilrrholt bnginf, world'i highrit-coni- preHion eight, has up in 2^r fem'er working p«m thin tnginei of comparable power! ft^Psuhartf't sBfttir-f(MSI af« of .1,046 square inchn fives you all-around viiihiliiy. **H«nili«nia n«w' IfifarlsWs' and frc^h exterior color torn- hlnstiotn nccent PnckarH's smsrt. low linta. .Sfati are · wid« «i the cir ii high; * * lv*ry ··ch«r«t MM- iinder- gon -(,287 iep*r»ie factory i n i p e c t i o n s . " H u l l ! l i k e a Packard" mcuni built lo Ifil! ASK Tttt MAN WHO OWNS ONK ONLY PACKARD BRINGS YOU NtW EASAMATIC POWER BRAKES FOR QUICKER, EASIER STOPS! T LYLE BRYAN MOTOR CO, 2M Ntfft Block Slrnl, Fiyilftvilli, Ark. Major Brian Pendleton Chapter, D.A.C. The Major Brian Pendleton Chapter of D.A r. will mest for a 1 o'clock luncheon Tuesday afternoon, with Mn.. W. F. Thomas, 354 H i g h l a n d ' Avenue. Mrs. : harles Stone n-ill be co-hostess. Fayetleville Garden Club The meeting of the Fayetteville Garden C l u b , scheduled for Wednesday, has been postponed. The date for meeting will be announced later. Newcomers Club Newcomers Club will meet Wednesday at 1 :?,f) p. m. in the i Civic Clubrooms. located in the ; City Administration Building west j of the City Library entrance. Mrs. ! .John Henncbcrger and Mrs. H. S. j Madaiis will be hostesses. Bridge and canasta will he played and all I newscnmers to Fayetteville are '· invited to participate or visit with | the club. Members are urged to ' bring clothes for the rummage i sale which will be held Thursday ' afternoon and Friday morning. Officers for the coming year will be voted upon. British railroads use track sections 80 feet long prepared in advance by any new cohstruction. They are put in place by cranes and welded together. · POST » fetter Ho*** · HMW BfHiifil · American Home HMwLtrpiig \JUSS-IMII WATH HUTil$J ( PAYITTIVILLl Plumbinf Hearing Ct. 11 H. Weal J N. 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