Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 11, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 11, 1952
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UKAMU I, FeyetHrth. ArketwM, Friday, April II, 1M1 IIIHIIHimmimiHIIIUIIIHimmilll'IMUl MM. KATHLHN DOZIN HHIHIHHUINIHIHIHIIMH liHIIHIiiiiiiillillliiMiltllHIIHIIIIIMHIIIIIIIIIIIIII Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . UCT and Auxiliary, Civic Cluhrooms, 7 Saturday . . . Pre-Schoot Eister Egf-Hunt, Country Club, S:30 Family Night, Country Club, 7 ing ltd., inc. Hr V.F.W, Officers Installed For Coming Year Otflcari for 1992 were Instilled t a-meeting of the Jack Tldball Post. 2722, V.F.W., last night »t the VT.W. Hall; Paul'Jameson, post eSmmander, was the Installing officer with past nitiohal ' -dt-fcjmp, J. C. Smith, assist- w officers are: Harvey Ward, commander; Max Powell, senior vice-commander: Raymond Slate, junior vice-commander; John Harrold, chaplain; Herbert Burch, quartermaster; J. C. Smith, judge advocate; C. E. Stanley, adjutant; Charles Divis, Joe . Anderson, and Oran Whltehouse, trustees; Jets Ledford, surgeon: J. C, Putnam, legislative officer; Raymond Bradley, officer of the diy. Following installation, refreshments were served to the group. Banquet Honors Dr. McGoyran in- Miss Titus Honored At Bridal Shower A bridal shower honoring Miss Margaret Titus, bride-elect of G. R. Stuart, was given Tuesday Mrs. L. P. Tlmbrook. Guests were Judy Tlmbrook, Carol Sue timbrook of Fayetteville, Mrs. Alfred Futtlg, mother of th* honorce, Mrs. Dyca Darling, Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson, Mrs.'Syerna Lind*ey and Mrs. Hardola Payton, all of Mineral Springs, Gifts were sent by a number ot those who could not attend Game prizes were'won by Mrs. Darling, Mrs. Wilson and Mrs Paytotv Following the games refreshments of lemon fluff, cake and coffee were served. Representatives Named To Attend Girls State Local civic organizations have named girls whom rtey have chosen to sponsor at Girls State. Dr. Edward It McGovran ·pector with the office of expen-j t fn . mejjt stations, U.S. Department oj j noUry'club. Carolyn Dunlap; Agriculture., was honored at.* Kiwanls, Myrna Robertson; Amer- ctbtion Tuesday evening attend-1 lean Legion Auxiliary, Patsy Aned by members of the College of i derson; Busines and Professional Agriculture staff and their wives, i Women, Nancy Chambltc: - - - · · I Exchange Cfub, Nancy Skelton; Lions Club, Carolyn , Stevenson. Girls State, sponsored by the ! American 'Legion Auxiliary with Mrs. Ruby Lollnr as local chairman, will be held in Little nock, June 7-14. A short program was held In the H o m e Economics Auditorium, during which Dean Llppert S. Ellis s h o w e d colored slides taken during his recent visit to pansm*. Dr. M^Govran spoke briefly about agricultural research work In the elates. The group then adjourned to the newly redecorated living room in the Home Economics Building. |rt_ II i UnnM Pflll Receiving the nests were Denni*/" U.A. nQIlUI KUII and Mrs. Ellis, Associate Director | Area Students Included and Mrs. Dwlght Isely, Dr. Mc- Govran and Mrs. G. T. Hudson. Members of the home economics ataff provided re;reehment« and served as hostenei. Ladies Aid Luncheon Given At Walnut Grove. Mrs. Fred Tem'pletbn the Walnut Grove Ladli a covered dish luncheon day with IB members PL-Mrs, Russell Tate reatJ.lh«JSth. Chapter of the Book of Tirst Coflnthlans. Mrs. Clyde Newell led the group in Dream" was given _,, -Giles and Mrs, Shafer read Son (I A Drug Addict." Mn. Gene McKee acttd as secretary in the absence of Mrs. Glen Giles. A pint of pennies was pledged and started for the Palmer Hospital, a national mission project at Palmer Alaska. Plans were mide for attending Ladles Night of the Greater Parish, belnd held at Mt. Comfort on April 24th, »t 11:30 p.m. Mrs. Lloyd Rouse won the mystery package. Featured during the social hour. In charge of Mrs. Bob Gilts, was a rendition of "Maggie and Jiggi at the Golden Gate." Mrs. Clyde Newell and Mrs. Rouse won the g»me prlrw. A friendship shower was given for the hostess. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Clyde Newell, prayer. "The by Mrs. Bob "My The fall semester honor roll of the University College of Education hss been released by Dean H«nry Hronenberg. Three student* in the college made perfect grade averages. They were Elizabeth Bowers, Camdcn, and Margaret . Hlckey, Newport, seniors, and Blllie Jo Moore, Hot Springs, a Junior, Other students listed included, by .class;.,' . . , . . · : . . ' . . . . . -iSenlori-4Cathryu. .Barrett Ru- May 14, With Mrs. Omar Cate in charge of the social program. Animal Industry Club Elects New Officers _ _ . XOlfkka -Springs!" RiehB.rd...Earl Hfndrlcks, Can*. Hill, * ','u.nlor*-- Gladys f o u n t a i n Karch, Sulphur Springs; Vivian Marie Jorgensen, Rogers. Sophohiores--Inez McNeal, Kny- etteville; Eva Pearle McNutt, Hprlngdale; Carolyn Fay Nelson. Mountain Home: Keith C. Sulton, Huntsville; B«tty B. Becker, F«y- etteville; Mary Frances Marsh, Graved*. · Frtthinen--Wl.'ma Alice Loguc, Huntsville i Morta Belle McNutt, Sprlngdnle. Country Club To Have Pre-School Egg Hunt Tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, pro-school children of the Country Club will be entertained wilh an Easter-egg hunt at the club. Following the hunt, refreshments will be served. The Pre-Schpol Committee in charge of arrangements Includes Mrs. G. C. Thomas, chairman, Mrs. Jim Stocker, Mrs. Ralph Fergu- k Officer? of Ihe University Ani- son and Mrs. David McNair. tpt\ Industry Club have been Those assisting will be Mrs. .lark ehcted for the 1952-53 s c h o o l Bustim. Mrs, GeorRf Ernst, Mrs. ye»r. John Clower, Montlcello, is Raymond Berroyer. Mrs. Hal preiident; Burl Boyd, Watson, vice i Douelas and Mrs. Joe Pendleton. president; A. B. Thompson, Jr., | No reservations arc necessary. Marvell, secretary; Werner Esslg, j Pa'rtgould, .treasurer, a n d M a r k Brylcs, Beebe, reporter. Banquet Planned By Rainbow For Girls The Fayettcville Assembly ot the Order ef Rainbow for Girls will hold a banquet tomorrow at 6:30 in Ferguson's Dining Roam, honoring the grand worthy advisor. Miss Dixie Ann Walker of Eureka Springs, and other grand officers. A meeting in the Matunic Hall will follow, with Initiation by 111? .rand officers. Special guests will be Sim Balard of Russellvllle, supreme deputy of Arkansas, *nd Mm. Queen, supreme su'.-deputy. | Formington W.S.C.S. Denotes $50 To Church Farmlngton · ( S p e c i a l ) - The W. S. C, S. met Thursday aft»r- nooal with Mrs. Guy Porter as hofMwf at her home. Mr*. John MorrU gave the devotional. The letaoo. "labor relations," was given by Mrs. Troy Toney, Mrs. Glftf* Scott and Mrs. Russell Brtrlff. A ISO donation was made to MM MMDodlst Church for ihe being Installed In Garden Clubs See Films On Chrysanthemums Instructive slides on chrysanthemums were shown nt a joint meeting of thf eevvn Fayetteville Harden clubs, yesterday at Wesley Hall, These slides, from the collection of Dr. Phillip G. Corliss of Summorlon. Ariz.', displayed many newly developed varieties, formal planting in gardens and suitable arrangements. One set was devoted to dahlias and their arrangement. Mrs. Allen Reynolds read the explanatory script nn the slides and Mrs. Jack Hyland discussed the preparation of the soil and cultivation of the plants, naming a number of varieties suitable to this climale. Mrs. William H. Harrison, Jr., was In charge of ar- ranger.icnts for the meeting. Mrs. Hyland alfo read « letter from the Siloam Springs Garderi Club, invilins all local garden j clubs to attend ri meetinc in Siloam Springs on May 1 at which time Mrs. J. J. Triiccott of Shawnee, Okla., will lecture, uslns as her topic, "Meadnv.' Magic." Mrs. TrutcoU, « widely known speaker, will lecture on flower arranging, and is noted for bringing enter- tainmeiU and new ideas to her audience, Meadow Valley Club Meets At Henbest Home The Meadow Valley Club met Wednesday with Mrs. Gun Henbest, at her new home on Mt. Comfort Road. There were 20 members who answered roll call with "things I have learnec about buylnp." Mrs. N. Hatfield and Mrs. Clyde Barr gave the devo'.ional. They told of the beauty of spring v/hen plants and trees renew their leaves and gave the story of the dogwood tree. The mystery park- ace was received by M a r t h a Perry. A demonstration on making flowers from facial tissues was given by Mrs. Raymond Llerly. The program was led by Mrs. Den Porter, clothing leader, who told of the value of reading labels when buying all kinds (i'. merchandise. She also displayed samples of various weaves ot materials and explained their differences. A shower was given for Mrs. Ed Shultus, R re"eent bride. Guests, other than the members, wece Joanne I.ierly and Mrs. Shultus. The next meeting 'will be in May with Mrs. Toy Cassat. RifleTeam To Compete In Little Rock Match The Air Force HOTC rifle team at the University has received »n Invitation from Headquarters Arkansas Military District, Little Rock, to participate in the governor's cup rifle match, LI. Col. R»y W. Alford,-announced today. Sapt. Georjre Parsons, director of Ihe Air Force rifle tcflm, will accompany the team to Little Rock for the match. The match will ie held at the Little Rock Junior College Campus Armory, Saturday morning, April 26. A dinner and dance at the Marion Hotel is planned for that ovenlng for team m e m b e r s , coaches, and their guests. Governor McMath will present awards o the winners. Post Auxiliary Installs Officers The Ladies A u x i l i a r y to the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Hugh McGce Post 10007 of Sulphur City, held Installation of officers Tuesday night, with Commander Cecil C. VauRM In charge of inflation. The following were installed: Leona Kyle, president; Morine Carson, senior vice-president: Ha?el Vnught, junior vice president; Elllle Gore, secretary and treasurer; Carrie Meed, chaplain; Ollie Boone, guard; Thclma Snider, conductress; Lillian Tuttle, patriotic instructor; Ella Tuttle and Audrey Dexter, trustees. After Installation the evening was spent in playing games, which were also open for the public and members of the Post. Personals ffi itrved to II _.-,.-.- tutu,, Mrs, tuffs* DOT»M, Mn A. I, M* Mr* MM* Uttrell THE TROUBLE WITH WOMEN... Is that they are hopeless!/ sentimental (usually) . . . For instance, there is nothing that thrills a woman's heart like being remembered on little days of sentimental value . . . one of those days being Easter . . . Now it's obvious thai o woman's lentiment should be honored with . . . A Gift Of Easter Candy WE HAVE Norris or King's Chocolates V* Lb. to 5 Lb. Boxes Depend On Us For Tftt ··it'In rVoicrlptfeii Service RICKETTS DRUGS 10* W. Center Nwne 442 Mr. and Mrs, W. G. Keller returned Tuesday from visiting in Dtllis, T*x*s, Oklahoma City and Tulsa, Okla. Robert U. Smith, University ot Arkansas music deaprtment faculty member, will be a judge in the semi-final Missouri State Music Contest at Springfield, Mo., April 10-11. Marx 3. Piles, also of the music faculty, accompanied him to Springfield. Pfc. Harry f. Sutcliffe, USA, son of Mr. »nrl Mrs. W. H. Sutcliffe of Huntsville Road, Eureka Springs, has commenced a six- weeks course in Information 'and Education at the Armed Forces information School, Fort Slocum, N. Y. Hobble F. Conine, boatswain's mate, third class, USN, son of Mr, and Mrs. Floyd R. Conine 1 , is. serving st the US Naval Station in Kodiak, Alaska, for an 18 month tour of duty, Conine is the husband of Mrs. Dixie L. Conine of Fayetteville. Expected to arrive tonight are Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Smith and children, Raymond. Catherine, Paul and Michael, Mrs. Patricia Ann Fritts and daughter, Patti .June, a l l of Kansas City, Mo. They will be the weekend guests of Mrs. Smith's and Mrs. Frill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ev-rett Smith, University Farm Road. Word hss been received here by Mrs. Frank .lohnson that . her grandson. Bill Davidson of Kingfisher, Okla., has received a certificate of achievement award for outstanding scholarship during high school years and for exhibition of academic promise. Davidson and his parents formerly lived in Fayetteville. Mrs. W. E..Long, SOB Johnson, hn s returned home after spending Ihe winter In Harrison at the home of n brother, C. C. Alex- imcter, where she helped to care for her invalid mother, Mrs. S. M. Alexander, who died March 25 «t the ase of fl.l. Mrs. Long was accompanied home by her sister, Mrs. J. L. Wstkins of Amariilo, Texas. age chsrgt to th* city of Children List week he called a plumb* to elein out a clogged sewer line To hl's surprise the plumber re ported the Hughes home was serviced by a septic tank and had never been on the city sewer line This week the City Counci voted to reimburse Hughes $181 .for overcharge, and had thi plumber connect the Hughe home with the sewage system. Red Broadcast. Takes New Line Tolvyo-^'j-The North Korean Red radio slackened its barrage n germ w a r f a r e charges ]ast nigh and came up with a tal« of mas: tortures inflicted on prisoners o war by Americans and South Koreans. The Rod nidio quoted one Kim Chin Sop, Korean private firs class, as saying, "every prisone is subjected 1o vicious tortures until he divulges military information." Moreover, the Red radio quotec Kim: "The Americans also prisoners for atom bomb, poison gas and germ warfare experiments." Doesn't Like Equal Status Tokyo - I/P) - This is "Women' Week" in Japan. But Police Officer Tadao Takase protested to day some women ''abuse equa status" granted women by occupation authorities. His wife is one of these women he said in a divorce action. H said she "abused equal status" b walking out on him 40 times, tearing his underwear, ripping hi uniforms when he planned to attend conventions, and chasing him off his beat. Announcements Enter Hake Sale Members of the Gpldenrod Club will hold an Easter bake-sale tomorrow at Cook's Paint Store on the Square. Junior Art* Center ClasiM The Junior Arts Center classes scheduled for tomorrow, will not meet. ' Bella Sigma Mother's Club The Deity.Sigma Mother's Club will meet with Mrs. Don Snydcr, 615 Oakland, Tuesday at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Charles Stewart and Mrs. H. P. Jenkins will be co- hostesses. Practical Nurses A called meeting of Practical Nurses will be held tomorrow night in the nurses home of the City Hospital at 7 o'clock. Plumber's Work ' Well Worth Fee Childress. Texas - M'l - For 1.1 years, since June of 1939, W. I. Hughes has paid a monthly sew- Slayer Of Officer Slashes Self In Jail Camden-(fl')-W. Rufus H. Green, 62. convicted of first degree murder in the December 8 slayinc of Night Police Chief Frank Wllli- ford. slashed his wrist and leg with a razor blade today. The painter was takon to a hospital after he was found in his cell at the Ouachita County jail. He is not believed to be seriously hurt. Price Hike Granted In Bakery Products Washlngton-yPi-Thc Office of Price Stabilization yesterday announced new celling prices which will boost the price of a loaf of bread about one cent and more expensive cakes as much as five cents. The regulation covers bread, rolls, fresh-baked cookies, pastries, sweet-yeast-ralsed goods, doughnuts, crullers, pies and frozen bakery items. It does not cover generally less perishable items. STOPPAGE-- CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE te'rday at Fort Smith, Van Buren, Malvern and MeGehee. Fort Smith Affected The pickets remained last night and today at Fort Smith, where long distance service was chiefly affected since the local service is dial-operated, but they v.'lthdrew after a few hours at the other exchanges. Local service was affected at Van Buren. Malvern and McGe- hcc, all of which have, manual exchanges, but was back to normal after the pickets left. At Pine Bluff, where operators walked out in protest over train- ng supervisory personnel f r o m Little Rock to handle the large Elizabethan Suit BRAKES - LIGHTS - STEERING THE BIG THREE OF SAFE DRIVING St* KOHLER and HALL for a FREE, checkup on lh«e important safety factors at Whiteley'i Garage CORNER MOUNTAIN h SCHOOL NOTICE About Your FURS Get your FURS *° the SANITONE CLEANER for Safe Storage right away Expert Cleaning and Glazing Insured, Modern Refrigerated Storage! N«w Procfit of Cleaning and Glaring. Aik for Dttiili of Fur Work. OZARK CLEANERS Mn. lilli* Hayti Htad "Wfcir. ClMftlftf Mtf Dytina. It ait Art" 101 N. Hock Phont 272 1 Intensive Civil War In Bolivia b Micaled Buenos Aires - W) - Victor Paz Estenssoro, exiled leader of the Bolivian National Revolutionary party, t o d a y interpreted t h e blackout of news from Bolivia as evidence a violent civil war is in progress. Both Paz Kstcnssoro and the Bolivian Embassy lacked any direct word from La Prez, which has been cut off from the rest of the world more than 30 hours. Roundabout reports indicated the military government of Gen. Hufio Ballivan was rlefcatinR the rebel forces supported by the MNH. The Bolivian Embassy got word that 200 persons have been killed in fighting which was still going on yesterday. This information originated with the Chile;in ambassador in La Par and was relayed by way of Santiago. Keer a* wltti tl» Umea--read th Tf MRS dallt THIS IS WHAT a London tailor comes up with as a suggestion for recapturing the glories of the Elizabethan age. now that the new E l i z a b e t h a n age is underway. Trousers are cut in style worn in Sir Francis Drake's day, but somewhat iVinmcr. I International! manual exchange, both sides announced last night that the conflict had been settled and that operators would return to work .oday. Truce "Talk" Shortest Yet · Munsan, Korea-OP)-Truce negotiators set a new record for brevity today, disposing of their ' day's work in 90 seconds. . It was the sixth successive day like that, leading an Allied spokesman to suggest Communists m»y be waiting for instructions. · Little Rock Censors Ban Photo Magazines Little Rock-OT-Sale of four magazines in Little Hock his been banned by the city's Censor Board. Board Chairman Raymond E. McBride said yesterday the maga- ' zincs are Art and Camera. Photo Arts, Art Photography and Photography. He declined to explain the action. t Alice's Beauty Shop NOW UP TOWN 7'/a E. MT. ST. Pnm. Latest Slylis RvasonabU Pricas Phont 620 or 2331 Evtninot HEAR Clyde Record PREACH tvtry Night This Wtok Bethel Church 631 Mission St. THE BLAIRS, STATIONERS on*,.$,,,,,,. 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