Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 14, 1952 · Page 2
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Monday, April 14, 1952
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sJ_~NOtTM»WT FayeMtvfflc, «rkomoi, ', April M, \nt KlllinilllllllllinillllllHIIIIllllMIIHIIIIIIIIIIII Illllllllllllllllllllllllim Daily Calendar ot Events MRS. KATHLEEN DOZIEK IIIIIHMHIIHIIHIIIHIHIIIIIIIIlllllllllHltliliillllllHii iiillllllHIIIIIHIIIIIIMIIIIIIIt Weds In Afternoon Ceremony ro » I'.'.V.C. K'rsn-nn'5. fill!) Ui F,i Cluh, Clubinmn. 1 '. l .'a'.|un' l lon Lodge One. Masonic Mall. 7:.11 r'avc!lcvil l.otlK" 11". Masnnir Hall. 7:30 1 iorH ('luh. Kercu.-'irj'r, 1: Kiv.'!:nir Cluh, \\V-hinclnn Hulel, 13 ilella rl.-uunin Mn'her 1 - Cluh. Ferguson's. 1 run-in UnnV di-nun. Mr?. I,. R. Ham, 2:.10 Suh !Vh Chrn. Sue Cale, 7 \'a\;'l l:c:cr-c Co-nnnsile Unit. F.n?nn Rilildinz. 7 -.tlfilii Milll;ir.- fi.-ivernrnenl Group, 112'.$ West Center, 'i Spun'-men's Club. Cltihhni fe, 7:.1(1 O K.!-.. MnFome llnll. 7:.'in J,:idie : .- N', Faculty Cluh, 7:nil ·M Mr*. Farm! Ttnnont ·-McClure'i Photo Tennant'Evans Vows Said At Methodist Church In the prwrncp of immcHinlo families, thr wedding of Miss Van | Evuns, dmidhtfr of M). »nrl Mr«. ' Gordon Evans of Churokre City. I Ark., to Forrwt Tpnnant. son of | Mr. »nd Mm. Fmi Tfnnant of Lincoln, was solcmniwd TliurBcJuy ftftcrnoon at. 2 o'clock in thr Central Methodist. Church. The rloiihle ring cRremcmy wan performed by the Erv. D. L. Dykes, .lr., before ftn sltflr yetting nf white KladinH nnd llllfit, Thfr bride chose 1 fnr tier 'wedding, a street length drew nf while Cerons ploth. She wore ,n white and navy velveteen hat anri navy of NO MONTHLY CRAM PS... NOT EVEN ON FIRST DAY Tou mty b« suffering M«fto«/j/ from thf functionalb'-cauMd cmmpn. pain and fltuk. "nn good" fftcllngs rinr* to menstruation I Pnt 1 -- In ncnial tr.-ifx by doctors -- Lydin Plnkhnm'« Compound etoppnd or gavr amnzinR relief of such d)Btt r r.sK In 3 out, of 4 of (hr cases . . . even on thf very first and vor*t day of thf monthly prriwl! Ro s«t, Lyrili. F.. Plnkh(im VMfUbif Compound -- or nf\p, improwrf TAiM»*m mtn wjdud iron "·- t r - - takm iiunu^h- out th« monLh.~It fJo*"in'i. rrlirvp t.iinur cramp*. hi.rk*rhf* jiitrn*--Itrlp i/» lf f \ tirtt'r hefnrr unfl dr/flfff ynt/r jii-rlrwf,' Or--If you luifl^r from fun^'lonul "hot liridr- t with t"' flccf»sf;firli»s. Her cnrs pink Fwe^tJiffirl roses. Miss Nova Noll Hnll nf Silnrtin SprlnRs. mold of honor. \vns n'- lirod in a licifie lr( i fs with n-d nr- acccfiforiop. Hod rftrnallnnp formed her shonldpr rorsnpc. Genp Biisdcn of Lincoln M;vod thn hridngronm (is lipsl man. Mrs. Kvfir.s wni-f a whitr puit and black m:ci.v.5onr«, and Atry. Tonnnnt, mother of ( flronm, \vnrr n brown white accessories. Immerilftlcly aTtrr 111^ con-'. mony .ho conplo Irft fnr a wed- dlnp i rip IhrniiRhout ^({iilbrrn Arhnnhjtp. Mr. and Mre. Trnnnnt will mnko ihrir homo hprn nl 220 South Block Avonup. until Mr. Tcnnntii's pradiiation from Ilin Univprsily in .lunr. Easter- Parly (^ivcn For VA Pa Hen Is Thf* .lark Tidhull Auxtlim'v of ill? VrtorHii* of ^ir^ipn Warn urr*- folded at thr rpgulnr parly fnr pa- tinnt. 1 : al Ihr Velcran.t Ho:;;'-iii', Saturday nishl. The usual a«mcs UTIT playrM and in addition, n spprl;i! K.astrr prttcrHin u-n.-J Rtvnn hy inrmlirr* nf thr Ccnirnl Christ i;m Chun-h, which inrlutind vocfil and pumn nuinbpr*. Auxiliyry mc-tuborc . w-hn cnn- duclr-d the aHniPs wrrp Mr-: l.iHi** M. Courlnry, Mrs. Nma Mar Ward. Mrs. linnr PuwNl find Mrs. Hrlr-n A. HI;icku-MI. Gospel Services To Be Conducted By E. R. Harper K. R. II;irper, evangelist nf Ahi- i meeting hfrf al the Chinch nf Christ, corner nf Center nnrt l..n; i-u-.l ptrert. heqinnillK Wmlcnsday · eveninc al 7;30 n'clork and cnn- linuliiK (liroiiRh Sunday. April 27. PlanK fnr ibis nicotine were he[ yun lv;n years ann. anri service? have heen arranfierl tn Iso held twin, dally, fnr the 1 convenieni-e nf :rhVil rhildren and working P'-n- pie. a! 7 c.'c-lnck in Ihe innrninRS ! anfl at 7:30 o'clock c-firh evening. A 1 special area n'rvice will be . held the la:-t day lor all of Ihe 1 Churches [if ChriM in this area '·. anil friends, al which lime Mr. Harper will speak on "Church i frovernnient." Mr. Harper was fnr 12 years ' minister of Ihe Church of Christ · In l.itlle Hock, nnd al the present i lime is minister nf Ihe Fifth and ; MlRhbnrl HI reel Church nf Christ in Abilene, sponsor of the weekly ! Church of Chri-.l cna:;l lo coast . hroadcast over AI1C network. The eveninc jnnc service will he under the direction of .lim Sisemore and finy C.'ourh. Fred Mc- Clunc host pastni. will he In ' chai-|!e nf sonu service.* during the |Speaker To Appear : At Student Meetings nito Kitrnscliiml. chairman of ! Ihe hoard of the Scientific Oil ' Compnimdlim Company, Inc.. of i ChicaRo, will speak fevi-ral limes ' tomorrow at the University, and . I tn Ihe Kayeltevllle Klwnnl« Cluh 1 al noon. He has been In Favetle. ! vllle since Saturday, and has heen : a tuest of Dr. '/.. V. Harvalik. : Kpi-pches tomorrow include nne to the humnnilies class al Ihe I'nlvci-Mty from in in 1?. in thr I mninillRI the KiwaniF Cluh al 1 2 1 ! nonn: from ?. to 3 to a history j class; from ,1 lo S In a creative , I wrilinK class, anri al. the American , j Chemical Society chapter at 7:30 i '· p. m. I The ChicaRoan i= on n lour fni 1 Ihe American Chemical Society ! with this his last stop. He opened ; the trip with a speech at the !)0lh , 1 anniversary nf the Battle nf Shllnh . i before the Tennessee Historical . i Society on April B. ed a* ibe local leaders, and the nexi meclinK was annnunced frir Ma;- 0. at Fi:;hbar.k. Schedulp Announced For H. D. Clubs Scheduled meetinfi" nf the Washington County Home Demonstration Clubs are: Tuesday, Morrow. Mrs. Wilson Morrow,' 1:3fl p.m. Victory. Civic Cluhrooms, 2 p.m., Brush Creek, Mrs. Flecta Smith, 1:30 p.m.. Oak Grove, Church, 11 a.m.. Bethel Grove. Community House. I Mil p.m., Home Makers, Mrs. Dorothy StranRC, 7:45 p.m.: Wednesday. Rhea. Community House, all flay. Baldwin, Community House. ?- p.m.. Ml. Union, Mrs. A. Wallen, all day; Thursday, Hraden, Mrs. Fen llenson, 1:31 p.m., Stony Valley, Miss I'ilillinc Hall, II a.m., 13caty. Miss Man- Mileur. 2 p.m, Ml. View. Mrs. Phnnia Ezell: Friday. Apple Blossom. Mrs. Frank Sims. 2 p.m.. F.lm Springs. Sonora, Mrs. Stanley Cale, 1 :SO p.m., Home [..overs, Ruckner, Community House, 1:311 p.m., Valley View. Sinqs Here Tonight Mr. and Mn. J«hi !. B*tn Mr. and Mrs. John C. Doan ' Prairie Gro\-*» announce the birth of a son, April 13. at Ult City Hoi' pital. Mr. ind Mm. C. H. Rnrftnih«« Mr. anri Mr?. C. H. H«ndersho» of Fayetteville announri 1 . 1h« hirth of a 'son, April 13, »1 th« City Hoj- pital. Mr. tnd Mrt. Bill T«fke« Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tackett of Fayetfevillc announce the birth of a daughter, April 13, it the City Hospital. Mr. and Mr*. Raymond Henlr Mr. and Mrs. Raymond HenlT of FayfiUeville announce the birth of a son. April 13, at the County Hospifal. The v:ill pi- music corner slreeli: Krnup Harding Acade ·escnt a program al the Church of Center a at 7:311 o'clock I is directed hy my Chorus of rcliKious of Christ, ml I.ncust oniuhl. The Rill Cook, I,,.MIU^I«M 111 music at Harding, eluding "My God and 1." "When i where he craduated in 1949. Tn" Peace Like a River," and "Ride j Academy Chorus has received the Chariot." The students who 1 hiahest rntiiiKs in the Arkansas i sine in the chorus cp.Tie from 14 Stale Choral Festival Ihc past | states. The Academy is a Christian three years. They have a wide'hijrh school conducted hy Harding repertoire of religious music. In-j College. CHILDREN pure ormn*« fl»- vni make* **ii* specialized aspirin *o easy lo t»k«. Tablets are LIKE IT! Do You Suffer With COLON TROUBLES! Announcements · O.E.S. Thr OrHrr of F.HMoni Star will mrd tnmorrmv at 7:30 p. m., in thr Musonir Hall. riihlfr l^ctnrr Dr. QUo F.isen.echiml \ V 'M1 spfiak tn HIP RrriHtmtr Kominnr in American history at thr University, tomorrow pfternnnn at 2 n'rlnrk in room 101 nf thf. Business Arimin- jsiratinn hnildinR. Thf piihlir IF invtirri, Hr. F.ismM'himl HP* pilh- lif-hod iiumprmip books on ,ho Civil \V;ir. "Why Was Lincoln Mi.-rderrrl?" "Thr Slory of Shi- Inh," "In thr Shad-ow of Lincoln's Dfafh." and "Thr American Hind: The Epir St-.iy of Ihe Civil War." Shu tor and Mrs. K. L hr ro-hos tosses. Romans will of Springriale announce the birth nf a daughter. April 11, at the Cit.v | Hospital. . j l.arllci Xiuht. Karnlty :lnh L.adies Ni^hl will be tomorrow ; meeting place iiishl in the Faeulty Cluh al . nounced. n'cinck, wil.h drsrert bridsc and canasta. Trl Helta Allianer - - ! Ar * v nu bothered with Stomach w in uriix Jtninnrr - Intestinal Iroublen. Conitlpptlon. yilw. The Tn Delia Alliance will mccl j Mr. and Mr«. Jjek Ward | rutui«? in-pjje FREE book contain. Werinesday al 2:30 p. m.. \vith · Mr. aid Mrs. .lack Ward of Fav- j many diijrami. ch«rt» and X-r«y plc- l Mrs. .loe Flemine at 617 Nnri.h ; etteville announce Ihc birth nf a ! T Uhr " T ho r ';' r0 '" VMinoi Ho«p°l!ll.'su"r. j Willow Avenue, instead nf the. , son. April 12. at. the City Hospital. 147-. 911 E. l.inwood. Kan««.s Cliy'a! M". previously an- -~~ ' ' ^ ' ' ~ r SI. John's Itrnefit Dinner SI. .John's Lutheran Church will have a bnuefif chic-ken dinner, Thursday evcninc from ;i:?.fl to o'clock at Itie church. Births · Mr. and Mrs. .Tank Kirkpatrirk | I Mr, anri Mrs. -Tnck Kirkpatrick i finlfirnrntl Duh ': Thr Golrietij'nrl f.'luh \' r il] nh- snrv-p its l^rrt nnnivrr^nry v-iih -i - lunchr-nn at P:Mfi n'clnrk V. r »*d- nntrifiy qfinrnnnn. al thr homr of T H A N K H K A V E N 8 ! ma ''^" m - "''"" ll wonf you Taste-a ^HAKEf ^^^^^^sRBBBPsPBPI^^^ lastemark tr»*tfl Otffrt*** Storf /: 1-H Gub MenK · And Thr X.inn -\-\\ Cluh mrl ruul ^-^ i fonr^aiii'^rH Kririny at thr /,ion j Sl'hnnl. OffirnrN \vprc olrrlpri as; , · ("Jrjnld Hyltnn, prnsidrnt; f'arn-j lyn ('i;irk. vicr-prnsiHrni; ! .ticillr ! Full?. pncrptHry-lroruiirpr; Vonri? · Hnb'ir:nti ;inti M;i.\ipp Knit;., rf- | pnrtrrs; N;idnu- FuH?. vmy Irnckr; Phiiti.« MiH-i^p. piani 1 :!. Mr. ;uwl M i * . K i t l ^ r "..SIT »\rr\- won't you Taste-a SHAKE f Ladies Ready-ToWear HERE'S YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE ON FINE GARMENTS Nationally Advertised ____ Small Groups, Broken Sizes -- But If You Find Your Size, You'll Grab It At These Prices. COATS-SUITS-JACKETS | I COATS- SUITS -JACKETSJ D R E S S E S , 7 only Cnrolyn Short Coots. Poodle (ohricf, ; ported fleeces. Sizes 10 to 14. Regular price S^.SO land J59.50, on sol« *.-- -» i at only ! M? nnly Toppers io sudes, fleeces ond checks hy ' lassie Moid, Donnybrook ond Nat Green. Regular $45.00 values, f 01 AA siies 8 to 16 v)J».VV 1 1 only oil wool suit* by famous inakerv Rr.nuleji $55.00 values to $69.50 values. Navy Gabs, checks and flannels. Beautiful suits. 2-10, 4-12, 3 - 1 X , 1-16, 1.20. On sale at Hcrc'.i the hnsi shake-treat ever-- · supcr-hig, super-rich jh«kc in your favoritt flavor . . . specially nude, specially priced! Drop in get * smooth, rich, full-pint Taste- 8-Shake-it's the biggest, ·hike-treat in town! 4 only oil wool Spencer laclcels, beige nnd nnvy. | Siies 17, 14, 14. Regular J10.98 ' on sale for J7.50 1 only hoouliful lull length coots fron* Lassie \Aaid. All wool checlc. Sites 8 and 10. ' regular $49.98, on sole at I only finite color all wool gabordme lull Innglli cool, site 14, Was $49.50, now , I1 only nil wool toppers, surrins, fleeces and checks. Reg. $39.98 and $34.50 f T J [A values, sire! 8 to 1 4 sftitJv B only Jocftlli, Cnrolyn onrf Gciynns suits in check worsteds, flannels, nnH rlh lobrici. Si;.ns 2-10, 12 ooly novelty fabric Corolyn Suits that ore reolly out of this world. Not a one priced originally under .t.69.50 nod values to $7°.5.0. New Rib-o-lio« fabrics, gold thread worsteds aod novelty worsteds. S i z e s ' l - 1 0 , 1-12, 4-14, 4-16, 1-13. tff Tft On sale at jJV'JV D R E S S E S 77 nnly hrdnr JTRSSRS in t'"m Sprinq' \tyk« ond fabrics. Matepot* you'll wnor right through the summfir, Voriovj.«. sixes, regular j / All $14.98 to $34.50 . . . /3 Wll 25 only Snip DrnsRPs. Vnrioui lobrU nnd Former vnlunfi fo $34.50. Save morn thnn 3 only formals slightly soiled, two ballerina length ond one full length. Were $35.00, now only $15.0C SPORTSWEAR 19 only Nordts pod Blousemoker fine cotton ^tvle blouses. Regular $4.98 and $5.98-mosfly $5.*P. Sizes 4-30's, 6-32's, 6-34'j, 2-36's, 1-38 on sole ol only (worth much mor«). . 33 only 'Sbip 'N Shore' Cotton blouses. These ore iho-t 'sleeve basic styles, mostly white ond paste's. Regular J2.°8, J3.50 and $3.98 values. Th»y or* slightly soiled; you don't want them Hirty ot lor price, so here they are ot $2.35 on any ii this croup. Satf prices arR; 7.1?, J.14. |.1 0 , MB, Kflqulnr | * JiA.OO nnd S59.JO valuits $44,00 $5,00 r $7,00, $12.00 and $15.00 18 only Nylon Pucker Dresses. Bnth regular sizes and half siios. Novys, Toast ond Royo.1. Hope Reed ond Barbette. 'Regular $14.98 and $15.98 values. Reduced ' . {Q QQ to only ifitll 6 nnly honutiful formols by Cnrnlyn nnd others. Regular $35.00 nod $39.98 vnluts, both hollerinn Ria qroup crepe blouses. Novelty, dressy ond plo»n style.s. Whiles ond colors in oil size?. Regular prices $5.98 to $7.98. Reduced to idle prices In two groups at only $3.SO, 44.80 Boy, ore we tired nf these. Three only luxurious Textron lounping robes, Coochman Style. Full length, rrgulor $17.98 robns in taffeta on sale at 54.88 flnor hinqlh ·tvlns. RerfucnH it/les $25.00 .1 nnly ihis Rprinfj's Grey Flannel ill ··«· sVirl«. Sifs 15, 14 nnH 1A. ' Isqulot J10.9R s ..,,...,.-

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