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April 9, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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ArtaMM, WWiMMkiy, April 9, I Ml 4 NMMWHMHIMIIMIIIIIHlmilllimilinilllMMIIHIlmi ·nillllllllllHIIIIIIIHIIHIIIlllllllllMllllHiliiKUUIImuilllllMIIIIHtlllllllllllllllll Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . WlEhingloh County Democratic Women's Club, rVrguson'n, 7 Naval Reserve Electronics Company 8-8 Drill, Enson Building, 7 Delta Sigma, Hugh Klnc-aid, 7:30 884l!t Volunteer Air Force Reserve Training Squadron, University Military Department, 7:30 AMVETS, Phillips Motor Company, 7:30 Henderson State Teachers Cohrcrl, UA Concert Hull, 8 Thursday Rotary Club, 'Washington Hotel, 12 Washington School Child Study Croup, School'Auditorium, 1:30 Jefferson School P.T.A.. School Auditorium, 2:45 Washington School P.T.A., School Auditorium, !:)« Altru.n. Mr». Dwight Moore. 7:30 V.F.W., 108M, West Center, 7:30 Far Wett Chapter One, R.A.M., Masonic H a l l , 7:30 V.F.W. Auxiliary Elects Officers And Chairmen . Installation of officers for the I lain: Mrs. Melvada Stanley, con- Jack Tldball Auxiliary of the j[ductrcsn; Mrs.. Ruby B. Anderson. Veterans of Foreign W»rt; was'heW I ?! 1 , l "' ri i, %."', ·'-"·'" B ' Mi!cht;;1 ' i . i ui . ,t. « , ' · . ,,, , Miss Ruth A. Morns and Mr*. rh J"£ 8t ^ TM°TM n l C V ) C Eva A ' P" 1 ""'". -tnislew; Mrs. Clubrooms with Mrs, Frances M u,. n .|| pafr | n ,| c in.inidor; Mrs. D»vis, district president, aa In-(Frnnci., F ' T r a y l o r , hWorlan: Mr ,, Olcnni( , ,, ei.nmbers, Clubrooms, with Mrs, Frances Davis, district flailing officer. Officers for the coming year · musician; Mrs. Josephine N. .,,,,- ·r« is follow^: Mrs, IMK M a c ] gin, national home chairman; Mrs, w«rd, president; Mrs. Helen 11'a r h I a y Holland, IcRlslalive Bidckwell, senior vice-president; | chairman; Mrs. Ruby B. Ander- Mrt. Jewel Fritts. junior vice | son, rehabilitation chairman; Mrs pretident; Mrs. Irene Powell, see-j Verne B.'Adams, Arkansas cottage r«t»ry and treasurer'; . chairman; Mrs. P u t n a m , publlrl- Mrt. Lillle M, Courtney, chap- ly and |Mppy chairman; Mrs. Courtney, hospital chairman. Mrs. Davis announced that district one leads the state in membership. Mrs. Powell and Mrs. Hlackwcll were appointed to serve on the reception commit- MMKTMIMT. !i GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 63c Hctfand IrM. Iccliir Manl Dry Eczema Itch Quick, lolling relief--skin soolhtd and seflened with Oil-rich Resinol OINTMINT-- 'Conro(ni_ lanolin i^ont you WUIOY -- Oorc 11|M)n Moclroui In RrdwoM) ·nd Brovn Rtiffil. TO* Cu*.N-Cntt Kit. MOCCMIN FIONT-- InilnMlnp ilh hidden clinic ion. IB 9um*a, Wu^ «u»L Cedar. Tiwny Onaiciu. tee for thf JUM District Encampment, i Following th» buslntis m*ftlng, names w*re pl«y«d durlnf a «o- elal 'hour. Easter Sunrise Service Slated On Mt. Sequoyah ' The United Christian Youth Movement Council i.« sponsoring [ a n Kastor sunrise servire to be I hold on Mt. Sequoyah at (1:30 n. m. ) Kiislor Sunday. The service will j he held on Ihc soulhwcsl corner I of the Methodist Assembly Erounds. Miss Klb.abeth firiden- stine is in charge of the program. The Rev. Allan Brnrkway will be the x»est speaker. Mr. Brockway Is n graduate n f Fayetteville High School anrl is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A u s l i n Brockway of Green Acres. He is now a prr- minlslerial sluHcnt at Hendrlx College. Nnncy Chamblee will be or/ianisl. Young people of the St. James Melhodlst and Baptist churches will furnish a special -musical number. Food Association Elects Officers For The Year The Madisnn-Wnshlnston Counties School Food Service Association mnt at -West Fork last evening at which time Miss Mildred Slringfield, district supervisor of school lunch of the State Department of Education, gave a demonstration nn quick rolls, meat alternate dish using cheese, and a meat dish. She also stressed uses of standardized 'recipes In school'' lunches. This was followed by a pot-luck dinner. ' , During the short business session, officers for 1952-53 were elected as; Mrs. H. H. Hudgcns', Fayettevllle school lunch supervisor, chairman; Mrs. Lela Carter, school lunch manager at West Fork, secretary; Mrs. Cnrey Bussell, St. Paul, recorder. This group Is a f f i l i a t e d w i t h the stale and national school food service. Mt. Zion Club Has Easier Program Mrs. Tlnlph Jones was hostess to the Mt. 7,lon Home Demonstration Club. Tuesday, assisted b y . M r s H. D. Jones and Mrs. Morris Johnson. The club prayer was given by Mrs. Frank l,ee, and the devotional was given by Mrs. r,. L. Neeley who presented a "thumb nail" sketch of the Gospel of John. The poem of the month, "Easter 1,lilies" was read by Miss Mary Nicholson. Fifteen m e m b e r s answered the roll call with "what 1 have learned about -buying." Mrs. Fred Dorld, )-,,,r,ie 'grnsinris leader, gave an Illustrated t a l k on Ihc selection anil pruning of roses. Mrs. Lee gave (he history of Kaster eggs and demonstrated the making of egg heads. 'Missionary Council Meets At- West Fork The West Fork Assembly of Ood Women's Missionary Council met last evening in the home of Mrs. Steve Emerson w i t h 14 members present and visitors, Mrs. Lll- la numcarnrr nnd daughter, Virginia, and Miss Joyce Cantrnll of , West Fork: Mrs. Kriith Smith. Mrs. i Ruby Smith and daughter, Pauline ! and l,ee Smith of Fayelleviile. i and Mrs. Myrl Pnrter of Odessa, Texas. The devotion w.ns given by Mrs. | Fdlth S m i t h who read from the I Book of Luke. This was followed by prayer. Following Hie busi.icss meeting, Miss M a x l n c Peters, who Is soon lo be married, was complimented | with H shower. I The next meeting will be April I 22, w i t h Mrs. Clyde Goodinp. Plumbers Association Features Ladies Night Northwest Arkansas Master Plumber* Association met at the Chicken House, Sprlngclalc, Tuesday evening }or . its regular monthly meeting. The features wero Ladies Nljjht i with Mrs. Dick Miller as co-host- and the showing of a recently nc- css ' , , ... , . . . ,, During the business meeting of- quired film, dcmonslratinfi pollu- rjcm ^-^ mmin ,, yrar wcrc tlon of wnl*r supplic. 1 where in- elccled as: Mrs. Ai f'r^on, . J r . itallatlnna are not in conformity president; Mrs. Paul Milam, vice with the new Stale Plumbing Code, | president; Mrs. Herman i urn, now in effect. I treasurer; Mrs. W. R. McNair, . H. I.. Taylor from Ihc Arkansas ] ^-.mdir.K roerctary; Mrs. Ewing Pi Phi Alumnae Names President, Mrs. Al Eason, Jr. The Pi Beta Phi A l u m n a e Club met ycsterdffy afternoon in the home of Mrs. Ralp;i Goff, Jr., by Mr, and Mn. Carl A. Smith that their daughter, Dr. Kathleen Smith, houie resident at Barnes Hospital in St.-Louis, np«efalizin£ in ncuropsychiatry, hai been granted a post-doctorate research fellowship in ncuropsychialry in the United States Health Service. Dr. Smith was born and reared here in Fayetteville where she attended the public schools and the University, She received her M. D. degree at Washington University in St. Louis, three years ago. Easter Specials You're Twice As Lovely in a Permanent from Nbrma's Shoppe All Permanenls V4 Price Phone 323 J21 W. Mountain Slate Board of Health and acting i JarUron, corresponding secretary; code administrator of its plumbinK i M r s - Dl)n Tr "mho, convention del- division, appeared and introduced ieE'ilc, and Mrs. Al Eason as alter- his staff assistants, James Shcl- ton and Gerald O'Quinn. I'lans were discussed for the an nual picnic to bo held next month .-it Ihc farm of Mr. and Mrs. Ewing Jackson. Mr. Tayior reported as to pt'ng- res beinR made by similar voluntary regional organization; in this slate, patterned after Northwest I . , ~ ~ Arkansas Master Plumbers Assor- j r n f l i l l P P r i n n i WivP\ f l l l h iation, which organized in August, | t i i y l l l e * ! llliy TWO U U O 11)51, toward informing the public i 11 i i j r L U as to basic standards now required, j 1*1661$ At lOQullffl 1101116 The sound . f i l m "The Ominus Arms" ran be had (or showing Tho KnginecrinK Faculty Wives by applying for same to a ] 0 »jl j d" 1 " met last evcnini! at the homo member of the* Northwest Aritan- i "' Ml ' s - c - °- Cogburn, W2 South s,is Master Plumben Association i Florida A*-nue. The Easter motif in this area, without charge l o r : Wils uscd throughout for dccora- ts use. j tlnns. · j. Bridge and canasta were ])layed Tl-iir^kl^ f ~ l , i k M^,-i,- during the evening. Mrs. M. K. l h i m b l e L l u b Meets Tester,TM,, v.TM high for brirl^ W i t h Mrs Jordan I and Mrs. n. L. Jnske was high for I canasta. The Thimble Club met last eve- ' nine at the home of Mrs. Mary [ Jordan on Maxwell Drive. The evening was spent In playing games. Winners were Mrs. Garnett Jones, Mrs. Letlie Oshitrn, and ' Mrs. Trollinger. I,ow prize was i won by Mrs. Roberta Wages and ! Mrs. Aston received the mystery i package. j During a brief business session i Mrs. Jordan was named club reporter. % HEAR Clyde Record PREACH Ivtry Night Thi» Week Bethel Church 631 Mission St. Word hns been received here "Monthly Pains" stopped or amazingly relieved in'3 out of 4 cai«i in docloiV l««tit ·Chances arc you're putting up -unnecessarily--with the functionally caused pains, crnmps nnd weak, "no Rood" feelings of menstruation I For. in actual tests by doctors, I/ydia Pinkham'B Compound brought complete or striking relief from such distress in 3 out of 4 of the cases! I.iillaPinkhRin's is mortem In it! action Set firt Lydi.i r,. Plnkham'fl Vrwffibl Compound--or Tino. tniprorctl Tnblt-t with ml (led iron. Rrc i f -- t a k e n throiifi ttio month--it (loc.sn't Rive relief fron Ihour hackachM. Jltlcrn--br!p yon for better bc.'ore and ciunrip your period O r -- I f you suffer from lunriiona! "ho flftfthes" of "chnntfe of liff!," fitnl out hoi irmiffrr/t/f Plnkltnm's is /or that, loo.' I It has a qutrlitif fffcrl n I u t r r i n e r n n t r n c t i o n * IJit I oftcH Cftunt mrnNlruxl Choose Your EASTER Shoes from our vast collection! Never before have we been so proud of our Easter array of pretty footwear! Pictured below ar» only o few of our many marvelous styles. Come in early tomorrow while the selection is complete; MADEMOISELLE . .'. high »IM| blick patent priced at only I14.U LIFESTRIDE . . . In blue or r«d '. calf or black patent IMS smvu mi THEM ABOUT Junge's ROMAN MEAL BREAD Lazy-dozy Casuals in glove-soft leathers! I The cool, Indian tanned leathers of these shoes are mascu: j line u pipe smoke ... comfortable is your own pet slippers 1 . . . stalwart-looking, yet light and easy on the feet! J j i W *n tune with today'i trend to lightweight living, these j y imoothies ire SLIP-ONS. Your choice of four exciting models, ' atiM «mirt colon. Sltf Into new Mansfitld cam/an todayl Tailored and Cool Rich, lightweight fabrics in new distinct checks, smart over-plaids, and solid tones. Individually Tailored In the fabric YOU choose. In the model YOU prefer. from 58.50 Jonnicljalli Our 20th Year # \- LIFESTRIDE . . . wheK nylen mtih with tan calf trim 11,15 AIRSTEP ... a fararlte In black patent _i 110.95 PEKALJO . . . medium wedgi' sandal in red calf and bamboo calf $8.95 AIBSTEP . .. cemfort-plui In IhU midium heel pump of blui etli flOJf LIFE3TH1DE . , . wheat m«ih with tan calf trim; black meth with black patent trim $3.95 MADEMOISELLE . . . high e» medium heel opera pump In blue calf $14.15 ACROBAT . . . black patent tan- dal $6.SO and I8.!5 AIRSTEP . . .' happy strap In red . or blue calf 110.8$ ;y || ACROBAT . . . brown and whlta .--_,·; aaddla oxford 18.50 and Si.li »""· ^ ACROBAT ... brown 1*athtf ox. lord II.JO u« IMS » ·

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