Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 16, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 16, 1952
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MMHHII Ill I- IMIIHIIHIUI MMQItHIIIHimilMHIIIIIIIllllllllllllllliiiinilu IIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIHHl · Daily Calendar of Events · Tonight . . . Naval Reserve Electrinlc Company «- 8 Drill, Eason Building, 7 Delta Sigma, Hugh Kinculd 7:30 Kappa Alpha Phi, 45 E«sl Rock Street, 7.-30 P841st Volunteer Air Force r Reitrve Trilnin« Squndron 7-30 -Army Reserve, 1I2H \Veit Center, 7:30 Military Order of Purple H*irt, VTW Hill, 7:3(1 University Lodge, U. D., Matonic Hill 7:30 J-.O.p.F., IOOF Hall, 8 Thursday Grand Officers Complimented RoUry Club, Washington Motel, 12 Shamrock Club, Mrs. Griff Wilton 1 Chapter S, P.E.O., Mrs. Georje Col«, 2:3fl Chapter K. P.E.O., Mrs. Jack Hy|and, 2:30 Marion Chapter, D.A.R., Mrs. F. G. Vnnder. 2:30 Levorelt School P.T.A., School Auditorium 2'45 Junior Assembly, Keljer Studio, 7 American Legion Pot-Luck Supper, Legion Hut, 7 VA Distaffcrs, VA Nurses Home, 7:30 Pie Supper, Bates School, 7:30 Baldwin Commandery Four, Ma sonir Hill, 7:30 Sprinkle, and Howard Barb* Sh*» Boyi, Th* Happen, Hungry Five and the Ozark Hillbilly, Hugh Klncaid, Jr., Lena Sue Walker, Elaine Campbell, George Gearhart, Mary Lou Cate; Jack Joyce, Kay Thompson, Red Davis, Henry Seaman, Russelline Gibson.-Jack Winegeart and many others. Garland Wheeler will be in charge of refreshments at intermission and Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Laner will be in charge of tickets. Capt. Roy V. H u n t e r , husband of Mrs. Ruby Hunter of Fayetteville, has received the second Oak Leaf Cluster to* his Air Medal from Brig. Gen. Hal Muldrow, commander of the 45th Infantry Division Artillery in Korea. .Dr. A. Ford Wolf of Scott and White Clinic In Temple, Texas, ion of Mr«. A. F. Wolf of Fsy- elleville, was one of two allergy specialists to speak at the Con- gress of the American College of Allergy, held in PHUburfh, Pa. ( this month. ta Ik* TIMER--1 pin. Dixie Ann Walker Honored At Rainbow Girl Banquet WiJes-Rauch Vows Pledged Mrs. Hubert Roberts of Buc'knor Community announces the nmr- rl»je of her daughter, Mils Peggy Anne Rauch, to Sgt. F. C. Wlllium Joe Wllen, ton of Mr, ind Mm. W. C. Wlle« of Malvern. The marriage was nolemnlr.ed by the Rev. Arnold Simpson at Wij- tlns Memorial Church on the morning of Good Friday, using the double ring service. For her wedding, the bride enose · suit of aqua blue with white straw hat tipped with a navy .blue veil and nnvy nccof- eories. Her while orehjd comae w« sift of the bridegroom. Aitendnnts were M'^'~" Barnhlll' and A, Doyle, CALL 1314 For Prescription Service Op«n 7 Days Wi.kly 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. N O R T H S I D E DRUG STORE _MO NORTH COUIGI F».vetlevllle. Thf coupl? left immcdlalely for Camp Polk, La., where Sgt. Wiles will joon receive his discharge | .following three yearj service, 1 one I of which w(» spent In Korea. They j will' return to Fayetteville . to j m»kf their home. Mrs. Wiles i « j employed with th? Southwestern | Bell Telephone Company and Sgt. j Wll»j ^lil enter t h e ' School o I'htnnicy tt th^ University. Mrs. funston To Speak On Child Welfare April, Child Welfare Month, will be observed Thursday night at * Joint meeting of the Shcllon Tucker Post. S7 and Auxiliary to be held In the American Legion Hut, G. M. LcMarr U chairman if Ihe Child Welfare Committee. Special guest for the evening will be Ulys A. Lovell of Sprlng- idale, Arkanjas first vlcc-com- mander, and main speaker will br Mr». Alice Fum'lon of Little Rock, director of the American Legion Child Welfare. The D-40 Salon 30 will show a 21) minute moving pic lure, "The Fight for Henllh which relates to the National Jew- Ish Hospital it Denver, Colo. Also I one th« program will be Mrs. Virgil B«k«r, supervisor of specia service education in the Fnyetlc- vllle schools, who will lalit on "Hindlc«Dped 'Children' tri the JPubljc. Schools." ' ..... jt*v.eryoflt*li- ral»d. VeitUble or dtssert. Box Office Open For U.A. Play The box office for :"Merry Wives of Windsor" by Shakespeare, opened today and will be )pen dilly through April 26th from j 1 to 5 p.m.. except Saturday at which time it will be open from » a.m. to 12 noon. Directed by Frank McMulltm, guest director from Yale University, Ihe play will open April 22nd, running through April 26th, Cur- Itln tune will be at 8 p.m. each evening. Reservations may be made bv calling telephone 2020, or the the'- ·ter box office. They're Washable! TERRY CLOTH Thf Fayettevillc Assembly 14 or. the Order o f . the nslnbow for i Girls, entertained with o banquet at Ferguson's dining room Saturday n i g h t , honoring Dixie Ann Walker, grand worthy advisor of the state, and other grand officers. Red and silver were the colors carried out In the decorations silver representing the 251h anniversary of the organization of Ralnbpw nnd the color red' symbolizing love. The center of the table was arranged with a rabbit pulling a sliver cart of red carnations f l a n k e d - b y white candles wrapped with long-stemmed carnations. Favors were small rabbits with hats, holding cards. ' A program representing television station "BUNNY" with Helen Sanrilln as commentator described the "Easter Parade" of various new spring hats modeled by Camilla Morrow in a picture hat; Val Ann Watson, flower h a t Johnny Claterbough, barber pole b a t ; N a t n l l n p Hays, buttons and bows; Dixie Pcevy, chicken of tomorrow; Blllle Sue Edwards, Easter bunny. Dinner music was played during the evening. Following the banquet, an addenda \vas given at the Masonic Hall, honoring Miss Walker and carrying out her theme for the year, "Vision," and her motto taken from the words of Edward Everett Hale, "look up, not down look forward, not backward, look out, not In and lend a hand " Organ music ami chimes were played by Mrs. Iva Morris. Guests other than the cnnid worthy advisor, Dixie Ann Walker of Eureka Springs, were Sam Ballard, supreme deputy, nnd Mrs Ballard, Slnle Board member ant pnst state mother advisor from HWoU\';ilj;,.Mr«. Loretta Queen «"VW'y 'rom Ultlc nock M»,.p«,rl-.Kcelon, grand worthy iMnclale matron of O.E.S.; Suzy wls, grand drill leader of Van Huron; Mary Ella Hodges, grand confidential observer, Favcltp- ville; .lean Lewallon, grand'outer observer of Bcntonville; Earlyne Form by, grand mu-.l- clnn, Little Rock! .Joann Hess, grand love of Eureka Springs' .Judy .Jo Whitney, grand patriotism, Slloam Springs;..Jo Katherine Clark, state board member from Clarksville; Mrs. Mabel Maddox. past state mother advisor; Harold RobM-is, worshipful master of Washington lodge One, Fayette- I ville; Wesley Newton, worshipful master, Siloam Springs; Mayor Bob Sharp and Mrs. Sha'rp Springdale; Mr. and Mrs. Howard G r i f f i t h , worthy matron and pa- Iron, University Chapter; Mrs. Mildred Hro.yles of Prairie Grove, . Brand representative of Arkansas , to New Brunswick' Canada; Mai | sons, Eastern Stars and Rainbow Girls were present from all parts 1 of the state. Grand officers conducted the Initiation for Beltv Stewart Paula Moore, Carole Hinkle, Tommie . Feathers, Delona Carter. Ann |.Johnson and Shirley MhoTM. Mr I Mallard and all jjrand officers received gifts from the Fayetteville Assembly. Miss Walker made the following appointments for the Grand Assembly to be held In Fnyctlevllle J u n e 15-lBlh at the University- Betty Slsemorn, grand page; Lois Mitchell, oaml representative to Nevada; Bfllie Sue Edwards Dorthea Burnett. Helen S a n d l i n , Wil- ! | da Gann, M a r t h a Harvey, Jiamona Rhodes, Jackie Maine, Camclla Morrow, "Janis Hurlf-cns and Barbara Johnson, grand choir members. The meeting was closed w i t h Jackie Main. Helen Sandlin. Katie J5ay and Val Ann Walson sinning "At The End of rny." Refreshments were served to .150 guests by Mrs-. Rona Ambrose and Dp-- lona Wilkinson, chairman of the refreshment committee! and Muriel Carter and Wilda Gann. Junior-Senior Banquet Given At Ferguson's "Bubbling Over" Scheduled For Tomorrow Night "Bubbling Over," vaudeville variety show sponsored by the Washington School P.T.A., which was postponed for last week, will he presented tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock in Root Auditorium. Tickets will be on sale at the door for those who have not purchased them. With James McDonald as acting director and.Wallie Ingalls, master of ceremonies, among thos who will appear arc: The Bubble Club Symphon.1 E X C L U S I V E S W«t Side Square f SPRING CLEARANCE Dresses-Coals-Suits-Blouses Greatly Reduced! Cracked, Dry Skin Soothe--tofien--help heal I and relieve fiery llth with Oil-rich Resinol OINTMENT-- *Conlwi t tono/n The j u n i o r and senior classes of FarminKton High School held their a n n u a l banquet at Fercu- son's Cafeteria last Friday evening, using "The Easter Parade" as the motif. The program was as follows: Invocation. Clarence Stamps; welcome. Miss Freda Turner; ro- snonso, Sharlcne Holland; musir "Easter Parade" by the group; decision of the oracle by the Junior class; guest speaker, Curlis Crouch; song by juniors; brief t a l k by Superintendent Fred Kerr- ·ong, "Goodbye Seniors," by the group. Folowing the banquet, both ·lasses went to the Presbyterian o u t h Center ^at the University for garnet and square dancing. C O R R E C T I O N 25-Ft. Rubber GARDEN HOSE $3.89 FAIRWAY HARDWARE 230 Mill St. Phon. J6SO "Change of Ufe Made Me Scream at My Husband" wiH.i MTM. A. Wklnln«l.n ef Niw York, N.Y. "Now I don'l inlTrr 'Iml fl,,W ·nH nrrrmtmrn-rrel fir,,.," .he .rfd,, i* \ !t ! S U ' l00 ' , nrc s "Ter'lng from the Irritable, restless feelings and hot flashes of change of life--listen! In rvTM b " j )oc(0 S Lydla Pinkham's Hich ? li" Tablets save relief of 63% and C 80TM"(rrapccTlvel'vfo?\te cases! Compete or striking relief! It «rln Ihrnudh n DON'T MISS IT! own perfect pairs for JUBILEE SPECIAL! 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