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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 10, 1952
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ThurxUy, April 10, 1«M WMiimiHHiMiiuiiiMiiiiiimiiiiim · Daily Calendar of Events , Mri. Dwight Moore, 7:80 VT.W.,;ioaH Wwt Center, 7:80 Vlf W«*t Chapter One, H.A.M.. Masonic Hill, 7:30 Union Communion Service, Christian Church, 7:30 ·^Friday . . ., Contact' Club, Withinflon Hotel, 7:30 a. m. Fayettevllle Boird .Keillors, Ferguson'!, 12 Good Friday Service Of Commemoration, Firit Biptlit Church, I UCT'and Auxiliary, Civic Clubrooms, 7 Mrs. W. E. N. Phillips Darned A.F.W.C President I Newly elected president of the 1 Atkaraat Federation of Woman's Clubs 1« Mrs. W. E. N. Phillipi of Fayetteville and Prairie Orove Election of officers was held Tue« day at the 55th annual convention of the Federation in Little Rock Others attending from this area were Mrs. E. L. Romans, prettden' of the Fort Smith district, of Fay. etteville; Mrs. Lee Sanders, presl. dent of the Sprinfdale Women'i Civic Club; Mrs. JcHle Gilntrap Benioavllle; Mr«. J. C. Parks. Mrs Donald Parks, Mrs. C. R. Fenimore end Mrs. J, S. Holland, all of Pral rie Grove. Memben of the Junior i'edera lion, Mrs. Joe Pend.ltton. rtUtrlc president, Mrs. Rex Smith and Mr«. Lav-erne Heflin; Exchange students, Irigetraud Beuiter and Eva Jorda, Fayettevjlle. Mrs. Sanders was foted to b · member of the council of Inter national Relations which places her at the directing force for the Internationa) Bxchsnge student at the Urfveniltj', sponnored by the Federation. A 'resolution wa« adopted con d«mnin$ th* practice of reJo»»lng criminals before the expiration o their Urmi. Accordin* to the rrso lution "this practice has become a menace and caused much anxiety tofpeopJe of the state." /Federation members also ap- p/oved the reaolution to have American history, civics and Ian- fulges »» required *ubject lot Ugh school graduation, with lim- coafec to be taught early, In the Mdairy cehool level; to aik T-Kate Legislature tn make " ; all welfare roll* and to urge , governor, legulaturr and all ,,Ut: official! To lake the nM- euary action to curb' wa»te and extravagance in ntate government d to mike 'public all welfare lUr, to support the General Federa- VviU tttfmpt to have the i of the United State* Iti'i National Ac»demy ef :.Aff»lr«;»*o continue aiiis- In maintaining the Fulbrlfht irthlp at the Unlvirilty; to '·ve?y effort toward pro______ ,,· .·· belter .tmdentindlnj «moM ; the peoplea of tht. world and to pray unceasingly for worl« Uniorj Church Service Program Is Arranged Good Friday union "church «trv- Icei will be conducted tomorrow afternoon from 1 to 2 o'clock in the Flrtt Baptlit Church. Dr.. Walter L. Johnson will give the call to worship and the Invocation. The Rev. William Cooley will read of the events at Calvary and Christ's la»t xvdrd«. The Rev. n. L. Dykes, Jr., .will give the benediction. Offerings left In the plates at the vestibule will go to the tornado relief fund in Northeast Arkan- ui through the Ministerial Alliance In Searc/. . irs Pittsburgh WALLHIDE SATIN FINISH Bridges-Patterson Wedding Announced Hogera - (Special) - Miss Harriet Ann Patterson, daughter o( Mr. and Mr«. Tom Patterson of Garlield, and William Bridges, Jr., win of-Mr. and Mrs. William Bridge* of Monte Nf, were married Saturday afternoon at the home of Justice of the.Peace Berry Graham of Monte Ne. The double ririi reremony was used. The bride In a graduate of Pea Ridge High School and is employed here. The groom, a veteran of World War II, operates a farm near Monte Ne, where the couple will make their home. Officers Installed Al D.A.C, Meeting The Major Brian I'endlelon Chapter nf the Daunhlfri nf the American Confederacy met Tuns- day afternoon for lunchonn and business niPrtinc In the home nf Mm. W. K. Thorna* on N n r 1 h Highland Avenue. Mrc, Charles H; Strjne wan . Gupst for the »fjernpon was a non-resident m«mb»r, Mm, William Gun- Uier nf Seattle, Wnnh. Officern who were InclHllcU at this time are: Mrs. 1-yle Brynn, regent; Mrn. Earl Bird, vlrc rc- gfntj Mr«, Joe Tntcj; treasurer; Mr». Stone, regietrar; Mrs. Pnwcli Rhea, recording secretary; M r s . Jack Phillips, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Thomas, chaplain. In .concltulnn, Ml» Ellzabclh Ellis presented a paper on "early American silver." , Will Visit Here WithO.E.S.. Chapter Mrs. ftuth Thorpe, worthy grand matron of the Grand Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star, will make her official visit to the Fay- Ctt*ville chapter, Apri) 21. Thin meeting is one of a series in which Mrs. Thorpe will visit each of the more than 200 subordinate Chapters in Arkansas during 1952. .She will outline the activltier uponsored and approved by the Grand Chapter. The organization is being urged actively to support the Crippled Children's Hospital program, the campaign of the American Cancer Society, and the blood plusma. campaign of the American Hcd Cross. The group will bf asked to support plans for the construction of a temple for state headqumlprs for the organization. The Eastern Star has more thah 50,00(1 mem- bore in the date. Disabled Veterans Elect Officers Disabled American Veterans mot Tuesday evening In the Lc- Clon Hut for thrir roRiilnr mppt- j; and election nf nfficcrs. Thnjte orleri In ,rrve during the cnminjj fir nrc: E. F. StftndricJgc. vrrnmander; Joe C. Awiersrm, senior vice corn- ni.'indrr; A. G. Holland^, junior vice commnnrior; J. H. Howard, chop- In in; John M. Brnnt, treasurer; . L. Mouldcr t a d j u t a n t ; Tom E. Uldham, service officer. clejfiiles tn the *tnln convention to he held In Hclnna, May 2-4, A. J. Peterson, John M. Hrant, Jack Howard, E. F. Standridjjc, of Fayoltevlllr, and Jack U. Pearman of L i t t l e Hock; AHernatcs, Jop Andernnn, Waldo Austin, and Robert Dr. Henry M. Alexander is attending the Fcvrnlh annual convention of the Arkansas Historical Society, which is bcinc held today and -tomorrow in Little nock, "City Of Rose$ M Bridge Tournament Slated This Month The Little Hock Bridge Association, in cooperation with the American C o n t r a c t Bridge I-eague, will hold the "City of Hose« Tournnment," April JH-20, at the Hotel Lafayette in Little Hock. A. M. Snbel nf New York City is director of the tournament, and tournament chairman la Mrs. Rcntnn D. Brandon. Master Points'will be given under the Muster Points Schedule of the A.C.B.L.'s Sectional Tournament rating based on the attendance. Membership in the Amori- I can Contract Bridge League or one nf its recognized units is required in all muster Point events. .Silver trophies donated by Little Hock merchants will be awarded In a l l events. Women's Palis, one session, w i l l be held Friday, April 18th, at 2 p. m.; Men's Pairs, one session, A p r i l 18th, at 2 p. m.; Team-of- Four, first session, April I R t h , R p. m. and second session. Satur- j day, April 18th, 2 p. m., all teams i play through both sessions at boarri-a-match; Lafayette Pairs, one session, April 18th, R p. m., for those who r.'on't care to play in the team-of- four event; McArthur Pair, one session, A p r i l Iflfh, 9:30 a. m., master points will be awarded; j I n d i v i d u a l , one session, April 19th, f 2 p. m.; Mixed Pairs, one session, ! April i n l h , 8 p. m.; Open Pairs, first session, Sunday, April 20th, 1:30 p. m. and final fession, April 20th, 8 p. m., the first session being a q u a l i f y i n g round; Special : Game, one session, April 20th, 8 1 p. tn., for players eliminated from the Open Pair F.vent who may play without additional chnrjrc. Defending champions in the Women's Pairs are Mrs. John Potts, Mrs. Bcnton Brandon; Men's Pairs, Dr. R. S. Cohen. Dr. Robert Lowcry; Open Pairs. Murray Harris, and Curtis Finch. Junior Safely Patrol Installation Is Held A Junior Safety Patrol installation service for students in the Universiiy Training School was held in the Concert Hall of the Fine Arts Building on the University campus this morning. Robert Chambers, John Friedmann, Sievle Amis, Jimmy Noyce, Bob Mitchel and Eric Rasmussen were installcc by University police.nan Vol W Hannah and City Patrolman Frank n. Sawyer. Dean George W. Branlgan t a l k ed on safety education, and Dean Henry Kroncnbtrg extended greetings. Miss Catherine McHugh led the students in singing, with Janet Lester playing the piano and the program was under the arrangement of Dr. Jennie Lou Milton, general superintendent of the elementary training school. U.A. Sociol Newt Barbara FcnninRton, Tucker- nun, has been elected president of the University chapter of Alpha Lambda Delta, scholastic honor society for freshman women. Other new officers arc: Mari- bcth Breshears, Pine Rlufj, vice president; Jo Ann Jaynes. Tuba, Okln., secretary; Margaret McCune, Tiil.ta, treasurer; and Sybil Wong, llonu Konc, China, historian. New initiates arc: Betty Lou Ayers, Jonesboro; Betty Cooke, Dumas, A n i t a Johnson, Mansfield; Anna Sue Kaisner Wynne; Wilma Alice I.ogue, Huntsvillc; Mary Lou [.ookinRbill, Rpringdalc; Mona McNutt, Springdalc; Jane Pharr, Fort Smith; Huth Ann Paulsrud, West Fork, and Mary Ellen Click, Winthrop. S-3; Jack O'Dell, fort Smith, S-4; Hedney Greer, FayetUvUle, first iwrgeant; Htrmin Hamilton, T«x- arkana, supply lerfeant, and Dale Cinfield, Fayetteville, public information officer. Tevffimii Ewa If tiu'vt emr pilnitd h«: 'fet* you cao do » utwri iob wkk either bnuh or roller whtn vou HM Wallhide Xubtxriied tacl* "olih. You'll get a color- ·arfan iniih »ltho»t tpnittnt lapier bruih nitrlu. Drin in Ira tka* M hour and rtwre'i no ob- W» CH»a fftH Or*** Slim* Mimri -JOHNSON'S r~^ 'akbwdl SMARTEST FASHIONS this EASTER Your Eaif.r Wit«t by Fashion Creft. '^ Fashlon-detsiled !n good tsstg to fit tv»ry occasion.' Bright new colors -- refreshing new ttylti -fashion «t its best. Buy Fashion Crift and loot your jmartest in th. E a$ ter Parade. ·EAUTIFUL HOSIERY AND BAGS TO MATCH $8.95 AtoHtai tn CHARM and SEVENTIM $6.95 Three new members have been Initiated by the University chapter of Tnu Kappa Alpha, national honorary debate society. They are: Sam Sexton, Jr., Hot Spring; Tony Boyett, Hope, and Ralph Eubfinkc, University faculty member and director of forensics. Sex.- ton and Boyett, who arc members of the University's intercollegiate debate team, hnvc won M out of 18 debates in three intercollegiate tournaments this year. New officers of Pcrshing Rifles, University organization for basic HOTC students, have been chosen. Dale Talburt. Viola, captain; Phil Caleb, Jr., O/.ark, executive officer; James Miller, Fort Smith. S-l; Guy Belcw, North Little Rock, S-2: Roy Rosin, Fort Smith, Perfume That Clings Q.--Dear Penny: I adnre perfume, hut for anme. reason or other Itx frarranre juit does not last on me. I have told several of my friend! that I want a new perfume, but lint I must find out about a Inline one.--Mrs. A. W. A.--A particularly good idea for women who claim that perfume does not "stay with them" is a . Liquid Skin Sachet. It | smooths on the skin very easily, j and lingers longer because of its ! sachet base. H bss a slower rate | of diffusion and evaporation iron I any other type of fragrance. Try | this Houbicant Chantilly Liquid j Skin Sachet. Only $1.85 plus tax j at Quaker Drug. ' LI. Gov. Nathan Gordon will speak on "Behind the Scenes in Arka.nsus Politics" at the University on April 17. The public is invited t o ' h e a r his address, to be given under sponsorship of the I Forensics .Society at 7:30 p. m. in the Student Union ballroom. Plans arc being made for a dinner honoring Gordon proceeding the talk. Brig. Gen. E. H. Mitchell, assistant commander of the Fifth Armored Division at Camp Chaf- fce, paid an informal visit to the University campus Tuesday and inspected the University Army riOTC unit. He wai accompanied by Col. C. H. Stark, chief of staff of the Fifth Armored Division, and Col. Alexander T. McCone, chief of the Arkansas military district. Combs Chapel Club Meets For Luncheon The Combf Chapel Home Demonstration Club met for a covered dish luncheon in the home of Mrs. Olen Harper on Wednesday, with 14 members present. Mrs. Beulah Wells of Fort Smith and Mrs. .Russell Porter of Odessa, Texas were present as fiticsts. During the afternoon, members designed and constructed Easier Bonnets with each person modeling her own creation. Prizes were won by Mrs. Boyd Porter and Mrs. Cecil Farrar. Honorable mention was given to Mrs. Billie Wilcox, Mrs. Mettie Combs, Mrs. Tryon Lewis and Mrs. Ruth Gate. .The club will hold its next meeting Mar 14tK (· tha home of Mrs. Dotiofi Lewifc Mrs. Drain Hostess' To Big Springs Club Mrs. Rosa Drain wai hostess to the Rig Springs Horn* Demonstration Club Tuesday at her home. Roll call was answered with "something I have learned about buying." Early plans for the Fair were discussed. Mrs. F. C. Baker read an article on "better grooming." A discussion, "do we get our money's worth?" was led by Mrs. Donald Weaver, after whieh refreshments were served to the firoup. The mystery package wai won' by Mrs. F. C. Baker. Homes, schools and commercial buildings designed hy Hichard Ncutra, one of the top-ranking architects in this country, are shown in an exhioit now on display in the University Arts Center gallery. The show, sponsored by the department of architecture, will be on view until May 1. The photographs and floor plans display Ncutra's work from the late 1920's to the present day. I HawlMy "Harm" An Eaxy T» Saa Too, too, mij not bt abl* to hide that tod, BWTOua, jittery lock och month no matter how aiueh "make-up" you tue. Keep your lecret aafa during "tboat" dan-don't be the oiu girl IB thne who ihows the atraln from tell-tale aama rod erampa-has "that look".* Imk* Cirdul, · ipecial medicine trailed bj ihouaawla ef women, girls to help iniurt again ·'iMrvM" and other aigiu of monthly misery. A Uttte Cardui each dajr helpa build atnegth «o ··aiitanoi may be greater each month, Dervouaneai and Buffering IMI and leaa. Look man natunl- fael and deep tetter, Aik your dealer for Cardui ··Ml Mbultti ·Knute Itot K OTU Itm, tftxt »· 1 M4 ·/ iiilg f Ittmm wf «r* /rw mmmlUj/ C A R D U I MonfMr Cronap* . 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