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April 12, 1952

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·Hltl'-illlllUIIIIIHIHHI IMHttttNHIIIIIIIHD- II MU. KATHLBM DOZIR tniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiHiiiiiiitDiiimiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiliimiiiimiimi · Daily Calendar of Events · Tonight . . . Family Night, Country Club, 7 Practical Nurses, City Hospital Nurses Home, 7 Sunday . . . U. C. Y. M. Council Sunrise Service, Mt. Sequoyah, 8:30 Monday . . . H.P.W.C., Ferguson's, 6:30 Hi Si Club, Clubroom, 7 Washington Lodge One, Masonic Hall, 7:30 , Fayetteville Lodge 740, Masonic Hall, 7:30 THIS'N'THAT ABOUT TOWN KATHLEEN DOZIER Easter, English name for the festival commemorating the resurrection of Jesus Christ and observed in the Western Christendom on the first Sunday after the first full moon following-March 21, has through the years acquired numerous pagan customs. Nevertheless this festival will be reverently" observed tomorrow morning in all the churches as well as sunrise services on Mt. Sequoyah and Mt. Gayler. The Rev. Edward Brubaker will be guest speaker for the Mt. Gayler service and Allan Brockway will deliver the message at the Methodist Assembly on Mt. Sequpyah. Tomorrow afternoon children of St. Paul's Episcopal Church will participate in the Easter Festival at 4 o'clock. Helen Yvonne Hughes will direct the junior choir and will play a choral prelude, "Christ Lay In Bonds Of Death," by Bach, two Easter anthems, "The Strife Is O'er" by Palestrina and "Hallelujah" by Monk. Mite boxes will be placed in a cross at the chancel rail, to be sent to Brazil for mission work. Egg hunts are planned at Harmon Playfield for the children of the Lutheran Church. Four year old beginners of the First Baptist Church will meet at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the church for their hunt; and those of the Central Christian Church will have theirs at the City Hospital Park. The primary department of Central Methodist is having hunts this ofternoon and tomorrow. tt^du«J»Md * ' ·*· MfVflJtjy, MgtfM mie for a 1 o'clock dinner. Mrs. Martin w.ij assisted by her slater, Mr«. Smyer. The Eattcr motif waa carried out in the menu and place, cards and other decora lions, Mrs. H. J. Smith presented a program on "Desserts at Home," with Mrs. Mi.ilory Hawk and Mlsj Helen ! MacNat) having parts oh the program. The busineis meeting wjs conducted by the club president, Mr«. E. D. Eicher P l a n s were imide for a tour through the Fine Arts Building at the University of Ruth Boatrifht, : -rijhV;-B»« Planning to attend church services tomorrow are, above left photo, (from left to right) Barbara Hannah, her mother, Mrs. Warren. K. Hannah, and sister, Rebecca, Mary Lou Cain and her mother, Mrs. Bill Cain. Rebecca and Mary Lou are also waiting expectantly for a visit from the Easter bunny ... In the above right photo, (from left to right) are Mrs. James L. Smith, Jr., her daughter, Sarah, M a r t h a Nan McKinney and mother, Mrs. Mearl McKinney, who will also attend services at their respective churches. They are anxiously studying vne weather outlook . . . Newcomers met Wednesday in the Civic Clubrooms for bridge and canasta and installation of officers. They nrc shown iri the lower right picture, ( l e f t to right) Mrs. Francis Eronson, treasurer; Mrs. M. K. Testerman, vice-president; Mrs. Paul W. Ross, secretary; Mrs. Hester Grace, reporter; Mrs. W. J. Welborne, civic club representative; and Mrs. John Henncberger, president. (Puska T1MESFOTO). Winning "thumbs down" over other older contestants, Janie Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Smith of Springdale and Fayetteville, has received a music scholarship to the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, Pa. Junie who last Sunday observed her llth birthday, is well remembered here as an outstanding pupil of Miss Lucy Leigh Brown. She has for the past two years studied under the Tulsa teacher, Tosca Berg Kramer, violinist and concert master of the Tulsa Philharmonic orchestra. Janie also studied last summer while in Colorado with Constanso of Philadelphia, Pa. The scholarship will begin the last week in September and will continue until Janie is ready for concert appearances. This includes classes, teachers and training in theory, rhythm, eurythmics, private violin and piano lessons, language and regular academic studies. Janie is at the present time preparing for a recital to be held in Tulsa, May 4. Marian Brown, regent, is in Washington, D. C, attending the national convention of D.A.C. She will also visit her husband's mother and sister in Philadelphia. Mrs. A. M. Harding drove up with her and is visiting in Washington with Mrs. William Harding, and in Baltimore with the John Strahorns, formerly here with the University. They will return in about two weeks by the way of the southern route, through Virginia and Tennessee . . . Mrs. Madge Koser is up from Marion to be with her father, Judge Campbell and with Mary and Jim Gregory. Mary has only re cently returned home from the hospital . . . Charles and Alberta Stone returned this week after "a won derful winter vacation in Florida." Alberta says that most of the three months was spent at Indian Rocks Beach where Duckie and Wayne Ashley now live They also visited in Miami, Palm Beach, Maratho and Key West. Returning home, they stopped for a few days with Alberta's sister and brother-in-law, Julia and Frank Fogleman, at Marion ... Dr. Joe one Corn's Johnson left yesterday on their way to Buford, Mo., to see her parents and from there they will go to visit Joe's parents in St. Louis. They expect to be back next Saturday ... Mertye Bagby and Eula Might spent the first part of the week in Tulsa on a shopping tour, returning Wednesday. Mertye has received an invitation from son, Bill, to attend graduation exercises for officer candidates in Artillery School at Fort Sill, Okla. This will be Tuesday morning, April 22 ... Helen Bocquin is here from St. Louis with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lewis . . . The W. J. Lewis's daughter, Geneva Powell, and sons Bobby and Chuck, are visiting here from Wilmette, III Carl and Phil Hancock and daughter Carol came home Thursday after visiting in Little Rock . . . The Darrell Spriggs and the George Hunsbergers were expected home this afternoon from Dallas, where they have been for the past few days. Prize winners at bridge and canasta at the Newcomers Club meeting held this week in the Women's Civic Clubrooms, were Mrs. Paul Ross, Mrs. Francis Bronson, and Mrs. Lee Ricketts. Officers were installed for the coming year and the club's spring luncheon was announced for May 14, in Ferguson's dining room. This will be the next meeting of the club and reservations may be made by calling any of the following club officers, Mrs. John Henneberger, president-Mrs. M. K. Testermon, vice-president; Mrs. Paul W. Ross, secretary; Mrs. Francis Bronson, treasurer; Mrs. Hester Grace, reporter; Mrs. W. J, Welborne, civic club representative. AAUW Convention Announced By Mrs. Isely Mrs. Dwight Isely of Fayetteville, state president o.' the American Association of University Women, has announced the program for the annual AAUW convention, to be held in H o t Springs April 26. Registration for the meeting will begin at 9 o'clock Saturday morning in the Hotel Arlington ballroom, where the business sessions will be held from 9:45 to 11:45 a. m. and from 1:45 to 3:45 p. m. Luncheon will be served at 12:15 p. m. in the Fountain Room of the Arlington, and supper at 7 p. m. in the Rainbow Room of the Jack Tar Hotel. Between the afternoon business session and the supper, there will be a tour which will include one of the mountain drives and a visit to the lakes. Mrs. Irvine Pett, president o: the Hot Springs branch of the AAUW, will greet guests and will preside at the luncheon, at which Miss Pansy Puckette and Miss Louise Phillips of Magnolia will present a report of the regional AAUW meeting. Mrs. Willard Creason of Hot Springs, will pre- s i d e at the supper, and Mrs. Roger Adams, member of the national fellowship' funds committee, will speak on "Fellowship at Home and Abroad." Reports of state committee chairmen will be presented at the morning business session. Reports of branch presidents and election o[ officers will be items of business in the afternoon. Historical Society Names Rankin President Little Rock-WPJ-The new president of the Arkansas Historical Association is Claude A. R a n k i n of Little Rock, state land commissioner. Rankin succeeds J. II. Atkinson of Little Rock. Bridal Shower Honors Mrs. Edward Fay Mrs. Lynn Luper and Mrs. Floyd Johnson were hostesses at a bridal shower, honoring Mrs. Edward Fay, Thursday atfernoon at the J home of Mrs. Luper. Games wore played with prizes j going to Mrs. Billie Greathouse and Mrs. Laura Gibson. After tile gifts were opened, refreshments were served. Those present were Mrs. Bcttie Greathouse, Mrs. Dora Sidler, Mrs. Elmer Weir, Mrs. Eddy Curr', Mrs. Glen Lehman, Mrs. Bob Combs, Mrs. J. E. Greathouse, Mrs. Sallie WohUord, Mrs. Ray Hughes, Mrs. J. W. Thompson;. Mrs. Dale Allen, Mrs. Herman Greathouse, Mrs. Charles Hughes, Mrs. Callic Neese, Mrs. Jack Hutchlnson, Mrs. Roscna Moore, Mrs. Howard Nickles and Mrs. W. A. Martin. A number of gifts were sent by those who could not attend. Arkansas in the i.ear future. There been named valedictorian at Elk- v;erc 10 members and one guejt, Ins High School, and Miss Jotaa Mrs. Hayes Richardson, present. Plant Construction Plans To Be Discussed Wa .hington-W-Arhansas Senators McClelland and Fulbright will meet with government official* Monday in an attempt to Iron out differences concerning construction ol a ne« a l u m i n u m plant ncsir Arkadelphia Arl;. Representatives of the Power Commission and' the Interior Department will meet with the senators. The Power Commission must approve a c o n t r a ct Involving Reynolds Metals Company, the Southwestern Pcwer Administration and the Arkansas Power nnd Light Company. The contract governs rates nnd amount or power needed by P.eyr.olds for its proposed Arkadelphia plr.nt. Hindsville Mr. and. Mrs. Leo Dennis and Mrs. Dennis' parents, Mr. and Mrs, Davis, have gone to California, where they plan to find employment. Gerald Sharp went to Little lock Thursday (or hi« physical elimination for military service. Miss Huberta Anne Frpctor Is pending the Easter vacation with ler parents, Mr. and Mrs, Hubert 'roctor. Miss Proctor is a eopho- mqre In the University College of Business Administration. Cole, left, Is salutatorian. Graduation exercises will be h«Id 'next Thursday night with Circuit Judge Matipln Cummingj ipeaking. Bae- cnlaureato icrvice will be con.-. ducted tomorrow night by the R«S. Arnold Simpson . of Fayelteville. The annual junior-senior banquet was held In the cafeteria Jaat night with John."Red" Davis of the University as speaker. , ;;;'"' TWO MEN CONTINUED HVJM PAC« OVr ",, is being held for investigation'/?! Involuntary manslaughter. Hncn and his wife, In . the cab with him, escaped Injury. ' , . " - Arraniementt Incomplete Plsrce. is survived by hi« parents; three brothers, Dr. PhlJlip Pierce of Monctt, Mo, Jo« Fierce of the Navy at San FrancUco. Calif., and Steve Pierce of the home; and two sisters, Mrs. Barbara Zook of Indianapolis, Ind.,' and Mrs. Ernest Brownlce of Dellas. Texas. Funeral arrangement* under the direction of Bums .Funeral Home, of Rogers are incomplete. · Private Hadl l» survived by hi» father, A. L, Hadl of Lawren^ev He was a member of an Air rbfee maintenance squadron and had been on leave since yesterday; il^ft body Is at Burns Funeral Home of Bentonvllle pending the arrival of relatives. Five vice [residents also were named at the closing session of the group's seventh annual convention here. They are: Mrs. J. TV Weinmann of Little Rock, T. A. Dulaney of Russellville, Homer Huitt of Jonesboro, Mrs. I. N. Barnett, Sr., of Batesville and Miss Clara B. Kennan of Little Rock. Dr. Henry M. Alexander of Fayetteville was elected secretary- reasurer. Sunshine Group Hears "The Origin Of Easter" The Sunshine Group met with Mrs. Marvin Gibson Thursday, with a cooperative dinner served at noon. Thc afternoon business meeting was presided over by the president,' Mrs. H. W. Crane. Mrs. C. E. Ferguson led the devotional taken from the Psalms. Roll call was answered with a Bible verse. Mrs. Norman Shipley read thc club Collect and "The Origin of Easter." · Mrs. Crane won the mystery package and the hostess received a shower of tea towels. Games were in charge of Mrs. Hugh Davis, Mrs. Mack Tucker and Mrs. Shipley. through Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. ,T. Ball of Fayetteville announce the birth of a daughter, Kathy Lynn, born yesterday morning at Hillcrest Memorial Hospital in Tulsa, Okln. Mr. Ball expects tn return home Sunday, while Mi's. Ball and , . daughter will remain in Tulsa for about two weeks. Monday morning and it will be picked up. Proceeds from thit sale will go to the Boyc Club. Budnesi and Proftiilonal Womens Club Thc B.P.W.C. will meet Monday .·it 6:30 p.m. in Ferguson's dining room, for thc regular business meeting and election of officers. Dr. and Mrs. John Davis ; children, Patsy and Kathy, ... Long Beach, Calif., arrived here ., by plane the first of the week..,ind from here went on to Columbia, Mo., where they visited with their daughter, Carol, at Stephens College. They returned h e r e Thursday afternoon and are leaving today to return home. Mount Carter Sunrlie Service nd | At Mount Gayler, in the Boston of i mountain area, a-special Easter sunrise service will be held at 6 o'clock Sunday morning, The Rev. Sue Ype Entertains Junior Circle The Junior Circle of the Ccn- ral Methodist C h u r c h m e t Vcdncsday evening in the home of Sue Yoe, with Shirley Whito- The next meeting will be with Mrs. H. H. Bonner, May 8, with .he roll call to be answered with 'what can you to do improve your health?" _ iarl Williams Named Underwriters Official Little Rock-(A|(/P)-C. Everett Nix of Little Rock has been elected president of the Arkansas Association of Life Underwriters. Other new officers include Earl Williams of Fayetteville and M. S. Tomcrlin of Joncsboro, vice presidents. Berean Class Meets At Cooper.Home The monthly business meeting Master Sgt. Max D. Steward of Snringdale nnd Sgt. Charles C. Vtoody of Fayetteviilc, now mem- ers of the Northwest Arkansas N n t i o n n l Guard Unit, 142nd Field Artillery G r o u p , Baumholdcr, Germany, will c m li a r k from Bremerhavcn Port of Embarkation in April, cm route to the Stales for separation from the service and return to civilian life. Ensign David D. Hcenvngen, TJSN, son of Mrs. Joe Campbell of Fayetteville, bar, reported to the U.S. Naval Auxiliary Air Stntion, Cflbaniss Field, Corpus Christ], Texas, for duty in Advanced Flight Training, llccrwagen is a gr.-iduatc of Fayetteville High School and attended the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md., where he was commissioned in 1950. , . Edward Briibnker of Fayetteviilc will deliver the sermon for the services, sponsored by the Boston M o u n t a i n Resort Association. Mount Gayler Wlnslow. . Is located near Springdale of the Berean class of thc Central j Current Book Review Christian Church met Thursday! Thc Cllrront Bofjk Gn)|] Mrs. Lee Sanders, president of the Woman's Civic Club, represented the organization . r.t the 5iHh n n n u n l convention of Arkan;as Federation of Women's Clubs in Little Rock this week. The Triitnsockcrs Sunday Schoo Isss of the First Methodls ~hurch held its business meet ing and social hour Wcdncsda nftcr'noon in th: parlor of th church. Mrs. Mary Stone Is th teacher of thc class. Refreshment were served at the social period Herb Sturdiv.ir.i of Sprlngdal spent the week in Fort Worth Texas, where he attended a fac lory school fnr mechanical ai conditioning and heating. Thi school lasted for five days. Dr. and Mrs. L. J. Carr of Wcs Knd Street attended the 38th :-i mini Arkansas chiropractic con vrntion which opened Wedncsda- morning nl the Goldman Hotel in Fort Smith. Thc Rev. H. M. Lewi.-:, pastor of Ihe First Methodist Church o Springdalc, wan the guest spcak- j o r nt thc Kiwanis Cl'ih Thursday i noon, lie used ns his subject "The Holy Wecl;." Delta Gamma Mothers club I Mcmbcrs of the H n I n h n w The Delta Gamma Mothers Cl'ib Molhcrs n " l TM' Friday will meet for a 1 o'clock luncheon """" nl " ie W!lso " Mercantile Tuesday afternoon at Ferguson's ["-"'"""".v recreation room. At thc close of the meeting refreshments werc served. Mr. »nd Mrs. Dalton Dotson and in Buffalo N. Y. imlly have moved from their ' ranch near Huntsvlllj to the T and T Ranch two miles north of Hindsville, which they purchased recently from Mr. and Mri. Gavin Malone. Mr. and MM. Paul Adama and sons of Tulsa, Okla., were weekend guests of Mrs. Adams' parents, Mr. and Mr». J. o. Hawkins, Mls« Rachel Heed, junior In University College of Agriculture is home for the Easier vacation. The Huntnville Riding Club held Its April meeting with Mr. and Mrt. Dalton Dotson Thursday night, April 10. A large crowd attended. Fort Eric, Ont-(/P)-Harold 'Lane walking to work last night, s»* smoke · pouring from a house. Hi went In, wakened and saved Mr* Arm McConnel »hd her daughter, called the fire engines, and walked on down to his job--ai · fireman Announcements Fayetteviilc Fayctlcvii: .. v |]l have a special mcc'.l.r. rk in thc Third degree, Monday night at 7:30 o'clock at the lodge hall. in thc home of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Cooper, 441 South Locust, with Mrs. Hurry Courtney presiding. Mrs. Floyd Davis gave the prayer. After the business session, refreshments were served during the social hour to the 18 members i who were present. i It was announced that the May meeting will be a social in - thc home of Anna Une Hogan and head presiding during the busi- i w i l l n DMn Curtis, with two youth classes " · '- p will meet Tuesday at 2:30 II.PI. w i t h Mrs. L. B. Ham, Cleveland Street Mrs. Hool: will review the book, "Rarabas," by p ; , r Lugcrkvist. Junior Civic League Paper Drive Paper will be picked up Monday morning in the wards for the Junior Civic League Paper Drive Those having paper for collcc- lion may placo It on the curb ThcYoui;g People's Department of the Sunday School of the Firsl Baptist Church will meet Sundaj morning at 5:30 nl thc church From there they will go outside 'if Ihe city limits to hold Easter sunrise services. A f t e r this they will ga to the home of Mrs. W. C H;.den for breakfast. The Booklovers Club met Thursday afternoon at Ihe home of Mrs J. E. Marlin on West Enima Ave- ncss session. A dinner for the out-going', cniors was discussed by the I jroup. Sylvia Vnnrierslice nnd I Elizabeth Carstarphcn were in j harge of the worship program. ! vcrc served by thc hostess, as- Istcd by her mother, Mrs. Clay Toe. There were 22 members iresent. Vlodel Airplane Club ot To Fly Tomorrow The Gashoppcrs, model n i r p l n n e club, will not fly tomorrow because the United Christian Youth Movement. Out-of-town relatives here for thc f u n e r a l of Cherry Walton were Mrs. Clnrn Lee Hayes of Birmingham, Ala., Dr. and Mrs. J. I. Keith and fon, Ednond, of Muskogcc, Okla., nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. L. Okla. H. Wntron of Miami, of Easter, It wan announced lodny. j) r p, of gn.t model I n f t o r n o n builders fly their planes every Sunday. However, (he club members plan to operate »t 2 p, m., Monday at Harmon Field. nf his father, Dr D u n b n r - H . Ogden, to he held In New Orleans, Ln., tomorrow nflernonn at 4 o'clock. Dr. Ondcn will bf toot STUCCO SHABBY? 6ET IONOIX FROM DYKE LUMBER CO., 309 Sr. ChorUi won'f you Ttett-a-flfAKEf Tastemaric PEOPLE RELIEVED-- TONTWUMJ FROM PACK ON*, · to Arkansai to stand trial again,Police Chief Wayne Myden of Springdale reported that sentiment in Springdale Is that '.'It.Is a shame he was let out to murder two rnore," and citizens are "wonder- Ing why Bishop was relMscd." Hyden commented: "I agree that he should not have been released and I believe-that the officials of the county in which a prisoner was convicted should bo consulted before any decision is made on his release." Fayetteviilc Police Chief Pearl Watts, who as a deputy sheriff helped search for Bishop after the 1843 slaylngs, did not comment on Bishop's release. He recalled the search and trial, however He said he hart charge of Bishop after he was captured and tha't Bishop gave him "no trouble" as a prisoner. The p r e s e n t circuit Judge, Maupln Cummlngs, was not available this morning for comment. 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