Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 17, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 17, 1952
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2 NORTHWIST ARKANSAS TUNIS, taytttovM*, ArkiMOT. Thunday, April 17, 1952 MIIIIIIIIIIHIllUilllllMllllllllinHIIMIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII r, Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Junior Assembly, Keller Sludlo. 7 American Legion Pol-Luck Supper, Legion H u t , 7 VA Distaffers, VA Nurses Home, 7:30 Pie Supper, Bates School, 7:30 Baldwin Commandefy Four, Masonic Hall, 7:30 Friday Contact Club, Washington Hotel, 7 a. m. Washington Lodge One, Lortsr Hall. T.M p. m. 200 Students To Attend High School Music Clinic The a n n u a l high school music Rakes-Denver Vows Said Jn Bentonville Rogers, Ark. - (Special) - Th dlnlr lit the University, to be held Apri! 17-111, will be attended by! marriage of Miss Gerry Denve 2DO hi:;h school s t u d e n t s from ,,|| [ d a u g h t e r of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Den over Arkansas. Each student w l l l l v c r of R °3 crs . a n d Jimmy Rake have n 15-mimito lesson from n ! " on "' Mr ' " nd Mrl - ·'*""* University m u s i c department I r i a k " "' Bcntonville, was a p: fac'iiliy member. I F-aslrr event, performed Salur Tim *f n srrlos of auditions ' in v n l c n t in Central Method! for Ihe nix scholarships o f f e r e d ! Church, Ivy the Rov. Vernnn Cha! a n n u a l l y hy Ihe University de- 'ant. Mrs. Al Robinson, organls partment of music lire scheduled I nl "' ctl R PTM8ram of nuplla Iroin 1 to 3 p. m. on Saturday, ad- music and the nccompanlmen d i l i o n a l a u d i t i o n s aro to lie held for lwo s ° l011 ' "J-°ve Thee." an on May 2(1. The sdiolarshlpj, "God Cave You Me." "Ave Mnrle awarded In students who major In! was plnycrl during the double music, cover the tuHIrm cost in j rin lt service, Primacy Wives Meet WJIh Mrs, Pazdera their m a j o r subjer Students Interested in a d d i t i o n a l i n f o r m a t i o n regarding the May 'JR a u d i t i o n s should contact Kenneth - , . L-...I |^ o s b i r n o , - c h a i r m a n of the Di- co-hoslcst, Mrs. i v l f i f i n "' Flne " n f l A p p l i e d Arts, ! Ari.t (.'enter, University of Ar^P^J : kans,-is, Fayx'ttevillo. Pazdera and Wayne G r i f f i n . fhi- next m e r l i n g w i l l II ai. the home of Mrs. Glenn Hick e t l n , April 21), at 7.-.10 p. m. Irt. George Pazdera enlertiiln- last night in her home for I h o i O z O f k C l u b Q u i l l s veriajy Pharmacy Wives Club, i A , j Kappa Seniors Guests Of Alums A t Dinner 'I' 1 UWverBiJy Pharmacy Wives Club, | with it ,'bj-idje and canasta party. 1 Jta_/A't9th8 Roherspn ' won at | The Ozark bridge and Mrs. E.C.Christcnsen. I me| M(mt) w|(h MrJ ,, oht , r , Mrs. Reed llollmon and Mrs, ],,,,,,,,,,. fMf . n mfmbm n - d ,,, Gregg Blomstranri were winner! j ,,,,,,,» werc prcse , u A r|1 , m Wils Hi cnnasla. I q u i l t e d for the hostess, and at Others present were Mrs. L u - j n o o n luncheon was wrv-:!. (her Goings, Mrs. Charles Bishop, i ,, ,,.,,,, flnn ,,, mmi , l l l l t l h p ,,,,_,, , .,.,, kil , C n f f m ; l n i Jp ., n ,,,,,..,, .Mrs. Clarence m( , Pl j n(( may bp t n r la]! , , np t h p M n r y Emcr |ch. Jraly Hnli., Gn K a y e t l o v i l l e a i t i m n a e of Kappa j Kappa Garmnn sorority enterlaln- '·cd seniors of G a m m a N'u chapter C o m m u n i t y C I u b j | ilrt ,,; Khi wi( ], ,ii nn( , r n t Ihe home of Mrs. Roger Wirider. v.'ho v.'ere guosts at the a n n u a l af- f a i r were: M a r t h a W i l l i a m s , Janet Lester Elizabeth Btiwori;. Dnrhiirn Sims C o f f m n n , ./ran Hov.-ling ·ace The bride, given In marriage h; her f a t h e r , wore a ballerina lengtl gown of white Swiss- organdy, fingertip Illusion veil which fel from an organdy cap. She carriei an orchid centered in a rosette o wide satin ribbon -with red rose buds added to form the brida bouquet. Mrs. Merrill Kooker, sister the hride, was matron of honor and Miss Patsy Locke wan brides maid. Bill Hensley served as hes .'nan. A reception followed at th home of .the bride's parents, afte which the couple left for a week' Seniors I wedding trip. Mr. and Mrs. Rake w i l l be at home in Rogers. Th bridegroom has only recently re turned from a year's service in Korea. a n d Mrt. J i m Steed. Bolin and Mrs. Stewflrt Freedman. ! sprj , 1( , wnBOn M wj || h( . hpl ,| m ! nodal, Shirley Dniighcrly, Refreshments of cake, p u n c h the home of Mrs. Vernic Gn-igg., Margaret Helen Marks. · nd coffee were served hy Mrs. April 2B. j · Delta Gamma Club Schedules Picnic The Delta Gamrna Mother's Club met Tuesday afternoon for at Fergu- Houk prc- bunincss aes- HELL MANNS siding d u r i n g sion. The next mooting was announced for May 20, at the home of Mrs. E. I... Wllwm. It will be the a n n u a l club picnic. lul Ihll lll.nlltlt «., · i may avoid ihwlri| m*nlhlx "n«r»«." A l l Hip ' Rally Day Planned- By Community Club The W a l n u t Grove H-H Comm u n i t y Club met Monday right in the Memorial Club rooms with 12 members, four adult leaders and two junior leaders present. Guests v/crt Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hamby and daughter, Jeannle and Mrs Molly Jean Clement Prater. Norman Shipley was in charge of the devotional and roll call was answered with "something I enjoyed about the Easter season.' M'iss' Marilyn Jane Shipley won first place in the local baking con- lost. Miss Peggy Templeton will enter the county junior contest. Members decided on demonslra- iotifi for Rally Day in May and voted to continue the scrap paper drive, begun last f a l l but discern tinued because the paper market was low. Rcreallnn was in c a r g e of Miss Patsy Temploton and M i s s Lois I'amby with several numbers )cing given on musical Instruments by Malon Gibson, Darrel and Jay Shipley. Refreshments were served by Mrs, Hamblcn, Billy Garner, Pst- Ttmplelnn and Lois Hamby. 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AMf, 1OU CAN H0f KIHilNGI II fou prefer not (n ri*»r, i ; «h Rivet y«n the clrtncii poiiiMe, iwecteit. ··rillnf »o-rJ»« wuhl WORK! New Fab immcdintcly loosens dirt *iitl kecpi it llnating in the w n s h «-atcr. No soaking needed! And you IWM stop rinsing, tuo! \ · AVI HANDS 1 New Pab is wonderfully mild to hnndt. It's safe to me on h.ibj'j clothts. And l : ih ii kind to your own pretty wathablci! Buy Id* ·c*H*mlol OIANT SIZE! FAB WHITENS AS it WASHES! Iri-Deiia Alliance Discusses Plans For State Meeting The Delta Delta Delta Alliance held a meeting yesterday afternoon at the homo of Mrs .Ine Fleming, 017 North Willow Avenue. Newly elected officers of the Delta Iota chapter were guests at the meeting. Final plans were discussed for the state meetint' 01 me .group here April 26, during the business session. Other business taken up included plans for conferring the circle degrees upon the graduating seniors, to be conducted by Mrs. Jeff Duty, in May, and the a n n u a l dinner for the seniors to be held at Mary Macstri's In Tontltown. The conferring of degrees and the dinner are given by the Alliance every year. Plans for the annual rummage sale, to he held May 24th, were also discussed. Military Group Holds Luncheon For Visitors The Air Force HOTC staff of the University held a luncheon [or .University officials and members 'of the Air Force inspection team from Headquarters F o u r- teenlh Air- Force, Robins A i r 7 orce Bate, Ga., Wednradnv noon in the Student Union Building. Those present for the luncheon included: Provost Joe E. Coving- .on, Mr. T. C. Carlson, Mr. J. jhsrp, Dean John E. Shoemaker, :ol. Harry D. Copland, M a j o r Charles Cook, Major John McCannon, Cspt. Charles :Oilman, Lt. M. Ray W. Alford, Major Wil- ism W. Lee, Major Herbert C. Burton, Major Claude A. Hughes, f r., Major Cyrus B. Vance, .Capt. lohn J. Henncberger, C a p t . eorgc H. Parsons, and Lt. George A. Dawes. Cellist To Give" Recital At'U. A. Concert Hall Priscilla Parson, cellist with the Metz quartet, will be heard tonight In recital starting at 8 o'clock in the concert hall of the Fine Arts Building at the University. Digby Bell w i l l accompany her. Junior Civic League Has Business Meeting The Junior Civic League met for its regular monthly business meeting at the home of iV'rs. B. G. Ames Tuesday evening, with Mrs. Ross Ames as co-ho.-tcss. The next meeting will be May J5, at .the home of Mrs. Rex Smith, 202 North Locust"Avenue. % GALLON Vanilla ke (rein 63c Holland Brm. Udw Goodbye Heartburn -Hello TUMS! Quick nllef for lour Slomsch, '-- ' Ml, Idd tn Siill o TUMS FOB THE TUMMY April Special COCOA CREAM CAKE A delicious blend of ' Mezzo-Moist Cocoa Cake with a boiled icing and topped with eocoanut FRIDAY and SATURDAY 69e AT THE LOWEST PRICE EVER AT.. 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