Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 18, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 18, 1952
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|-- WtTMWttT AIKANSAS TUMIS, F«y«H«»HU, Arlimvt, Friday, April II, tfSl HHtlltHlHMtMIIIIHIIIIIIIIIHIIIMIIHtllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIinilllllllllllllllllll Society MRS. KATHLEEN DOZIER llllltllllllMIMIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIlllllllllllliliiiiiiillillilililiillllllllllllllllililMllllltlll Daily Calendar of Events .Tonight . . . Washington Lodge One, Lodge Hall, 7t30 p. m. · ·Saturday . . . Family Ni|ht, Counto' Club. 7 ^'Bubbling Over" Presented To Audience Of 600 Claude Strode; Observe Anniversary Honors, Ark. -(Special)- Easter Sunrlav. Ibr- jjnlden v.-eridinc anniversary ol Mr. and Mrs. Claude "Bubblinj Over," vaudeville re- j H strode of Hnser.1, former resi- vlcw, . played to an audience o/ d c n t f O f L i t t l e Rock, was observrd over 600 people last nijiht In Ihc Root Auditorium. The show was mad* possible through the i-om- bined efforts of the University, the high school anri townspeople for the benefit of the Washington School playground improvement. at the Hotel Arkansas, b.v a group of about 200 relatives anrl Iricnds. The hotel dining room v.-as the scone of the celebration, w i t h friends invltcrt to call between the hours of 3 and (!. Early spring flowers were used lavishly in the Taking part In the shrtv frnm j decorations. On a lonjt lahlc the University were fiirls from draped In linen and pink lace, me u m v c r M i y wcic KIMR i»u.» F the Trl Delt House who did a f "can-can" number, Red Davis in f "Casey at the Bat," Delores Alexi ander, pantomlne, Roy Bosen with I hl« guitar and tongs, and K a y e j Thompson, songs. The High School added the "Hunfry Five". Instrument group, Lejia Sue W»lk*r and Hugh Kln- cal.', Jr., dance numbers, Ru«- seline Gibson, tap dance, Townspeople participating were Mrs. Heyden Lewis, Mm. Coy K»ylor, Mrs, Richard Grecr, and T'rt. Charles Dodd portraying "the flappers," Jack,. Winegeurl, ions', Bubble Club Symphony, and Wally ln|alls as master of ceremonies. Jtmes McDonald was director of the show. Mountain Union Club Meets At Walien Home The April meeting of the Mountain Union Homemskers Club waf held Wednesday «( the home of Mrs. A. Wallen, with a covered- dish luncheon served at noon, Mrs. Charles Taylor, president '·f th« club, presided during the --business session/ The poem of the month, "He Passed This Way," uis read «nrt members discussed plans to.visit the Baptist Ford Church on May 4. The mystery eackaie and |am* prize were won Mrs. Jbhn Wallen. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. John Wallen, Mty 21. , $le S.upper Given By Bates School P.T.A. ·· Bates P.T.A. spon!Af,ed,,,(i nit supper it the school last "nlfhr with Curtis Crouch as auctioneer. Mrs. Crouch was. winner of thr "purty girl"- contest. Preceding the supper, a program of stunts, skits and musical numbers were given b.v various fatni- stood a simulated wcddlnR cake trimmed with white carnations flecked with gold, lopped with liny wedding bcllf. Placed dircol- ly behind the table and Illumi- n a t i n g . t h e room were tiered candelabra nnd long satin streamers announcing the dales "11)02" nnd 19.12," In fttld letters. Directly across the room were large vases of flowers centered with a styra- foam lace trimmed heart in which cupids were pierced with the traditional arrow. The reception line was formed of the entire wedding parly except for the minister. Heading the list were Mr. and Mrs. Strode; the maid of honor, Mrs. Claude Wako- (leld, and best man, Claude Wakefield of Ozark; Miss Kcllar Clark. Benlonvllle; Mrs. Ernest Patton. the former Miss Nell Dlxon, Bcn- tonville, and Clifford E. Brock', half-brolhor of .Mr. Strode, and' Mrs. Brock, Sallna, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Strode are the parents of five children: Mrs. Warren Feiker, Hobbs E. Strode, and Frank E. Strde of Rogcr^; Mrs. Raymond Graham, Grove, Okla., and Mrs. Claire Lindley, Sprlngdale, Ark.; five grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. VA Distaffers Meet At Nurses Home VA Distnffers met for their res- mar monthly meeting at the VA Nurses Honic.list night, with Mrs. Wlllard Hi.lchlngs and Mrs. G. E. cnnasla wrc played. Prl.res were won by Mrs. George Ernst, Mrs. M a r v i n Wectfall and Wlnhcfrod Horlon. The next scheduled meeting of the club will be held May 8. nt 7:30 p.m. In the VA Nurses Home. lies. Miss Elisabeth Shipley directed some of her pupils in vocal j J(j n Porks Honored | nU Mr»"T. L. Meyers was chairman j At Rogers High School In charge of refreshments. /i GALLON Vinilli Ice Cream 63c H*ll«nd IrM. lock«r Mont . R o g e r s , Ark.-(Spccial)-Miss i|,Ian Mnore Parks, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. John Parks f.f- Columbia, Mo., v.'ns awarded the highest honors in the 1852 senior class of Rogers High School. Miss Parks Is a member of the Mountaineer cheer leaders, and has taken active part In all school activities, including the leading role in the annual senior class play. fill 101! Til I1IIMT Till! 01 UITI! DflIRM QUEEN PI»« UK tilti CIIIIM lilri In" !· WHS · MMMI · MLTtlllUUI 700 North College Washington County Youth for Christ SAT., APRIL 19 8:00 P.M. Y«uth Speaker Sheriff Geo. H. Blaine Sheriff of Tulio County Everyone Welcome Special Music MEETING AT CUMKftUND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH M* DoutlM, Block Nerlh «! U n l v t t l l l y FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. Delta Sigma "Sweethearts" Mitchell, Komarmy irVeddingAnnounced Yale Professor Here To Direct Play fjf At U.A. Theatre Recognized For Ability To Interpret Shakespeare Presentations Dorothy Nell Mitchell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Mitchell of Green Forest, was married to Julius M. Komanny of Franklin, N. J., at St. Paul's Episcopal Church April 19, by the Rev. Marius Lindloff. Named as "Sweethearts" of the G a m m a Phi Chapter of Delta Sigma Fraternity are (led) Caroline Stevenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stevenson, and ( r i g h t ) Gayle Jones, daughter of Mrs. Bethel Jones. (Photo by Puska). Salem Club Plans For'Seprember Fair Mrs. Jack Jennings and Mrs. followed by a breakfast at the chapter house. P.T.A. Council Plans Meet At Prairie Grove The Washington County Council Marguerite Hulchinaon were hostesses at a meeting of the Salem Home D c m o n s I r a I.I n n Club j n f the Parent-Teacher Association Wednesday at the Community w ill have its last meeting of the House. ' I year Tuesday at the Methodist Most of the day was spent in t i u i l t l n g with covered-dish luncheon, served at noon. The Church in Prairie Grove. This meeting will be open b the public. ,,,,,...,., nt ... u : A few of the hiehlights will be meeting opened with a singing of registration at 9:30 a.m.; call to "The Nail Scarred Hand." Prayer! order at 10 a.m., with n brief re- was led by Mrs. Jennings and the I port of the state convention by devotional given by Mrs. Mary Mrs. W. F. Bell. Incoming presl- Hutchlnson dent of the council, a short talk Roll call was answered with i |V . M i s s Milaria PUk county each one giving "something I have I nM " h nllrsp ' a n t l Installation of W. IT. "Bill" Cannon, representative of L i f e Insurance Company of Gcorsia in the Fayctlc- ville area, has won a trip to Old Point Comfort, Va., as a delegate tn the company's convention starting May 25, District Manager John Kutch of Fort Smith announced. Cannon is a star member of the President's Club, top honor group among the company's 3,000-man field organization. Capl. and Mrs. Clinton Browne, and sons Cletus and Bruce, of Muskogee, Okla., Sgt. and Mrs. Marion Browne, and son Michael, i nf Springdale, visited their par- 1 enls, Mr. and Mrs. E. Leslie j Browne during the Easter holidays. Captain Browne recently returned from Japan where he was an instructor in officers t r a i n i n g school. Sergeant Browne was released from service March 31, after being in Korea. learned about buying." Special business waa a discussion of plans for the September Fair. Dorothy McClelland read a poem, "I Must Go Shopping." Mrs. Mary Harte and Mrs.. Jennings were winners of the mystery packages. Phi 'belt "Dream Girl" To Be Named Tonight Candidates for PI Delta Thnta "Drrnm Girl" have been named as .Icanne Cavln, Claudia Ann Brown. Betty Harbor. Marnelle Thompson. Dnrthca Murzlcns and Joanne Hamilton. Selection of "Dream Girl" will bo t o n i g h t nt t h e Buccaneer's Ball In be held by Phi Delia Beta in the Student Union Ballroom. Decorations will carry out the Irpasurr island m o t i f . Preceding the dance, a reception w i l l he held from R to f) o'clock al the chapter house. The dance will be from fl lo 11:3fl o'clock, officers. Luncheon will be served by the women of the Prairie Grove church. " Personals Fred Douglas of Bcntonville visited in Fayellevllle yesterday with his brother, Hal Douglas. Mr. and Mrs. Ellcry W. Brooks. r)34 North Willow Avenue, have received word that their son, Burl, who lives in Victoria, Texas, u n d e r w e n t a n appendectomy Thursday. His condition is satisfactory. * Dr. Hoy Roberts, head of the vocational teacher education department of the University, will attend a special committee meeting on rural education sponsored by the National Education Association and the UnivcrsiK of Minnesota April 18-21 in St. Paul, Minn. Announcements Sigma Alpha Iota Alumnae members of Sigma Omicron Chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota national music fraternity, will meet at the home of Mrs. Roy V. Simpson, Univcrsily H e i g h t s , Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Vcra Green will be co-ho^t- ess. Try Our SANITONE'5 NEW MOTH PROOFING SERVICE Guaranteed six months against damage done by moths or until the gar- nietit is cleaned again. LADIES -With this service you can keep your light weight wools out for summer wear without any fear of moths! Complete Storage for Both Woolens and Furs Come out fresh, ready to wear in Fall WE GIVE DOUBLE S H Green Stamps on Clean and Press or Storage Garments 101 N. BLOCK ST. PHONE 272 Mffctrt Cl«anng it an Art Great Bonks Grocp The Great Books group will meet Monday nt '':30 p. m., at the apartment 'Of Florence Sherbourne, 637 W h i t h a m . Cecilia Russell will be co-hostess, and leader will be Mrs. Smothers. The book to be. reviewed will be "A Connecticut Yankee In the Court of King Arthur." The only American ever invited to direct a production at the Shakespeare Memorial Theater in Slratford-on-Avon, England, is the guest director of a "birthday" production of Shakespeare's "The Merry Wives of Windsor," to be given April 22-26 in the Univcrsi- ly Theater. Frank McMullan, associate professor of play production in the Yale University department o( drama, will direct the play in honor of Shakespeare's birthday. McMullan directed a perform- ance.of "Measure for Measure" at the Shakespeare Memorial Theater, d u r i n g the 1946 Shakespeare F e s t i v a l at Stratford - on Avon, winning high praise from English newspapers. Reporting to the New York Times on the festival, W. A. Darlington SQid Mr. McMullan's "able and imaginative work made a great impression here." He has been a . member of the Yale department of drama, faculty since 1936, and during the 194243 school year was acting chairman of the department. Commissioned by the Army in the f a l l of 1943, he became officer in charge of the Soldiere Shows section of the Entertainment Branch of the Special Services Division. In this assignment he was directly .responsible for the soldier shows program in the United States and overseas. When separated from the Army, he held the rank of major. In 1945 he returned to the Yale faculty. During the summers' of 1937 to 1941, he was director of the School of Drama at the University of Vermont. He has directed professional summer stock theatricals in Wellesley, Southbury, and Provincetown, Conn. This summer he will direct a production at Ohio State's Stadium Theater. Before joining the Yale faculty, Mr. McMullan was co-director of the Stephens College Theater in Missouri from 1934 to 1936. He're- ceived the B.A. degree from the 1 University of Georgia .and the Master of Fine Arts degree in drama from Yale University. The box office of University Theater will open for making reservations for "The Merry Wives of Windsor" on weekdays from 1 to 5 p. m. and on Saturdays from 9 a. m. to 12 noon! Reservations may be made by phoning 2020. | Mock Wedding Scheduled 'At Fair View Building The Fair View Home Demonstration Club will present a mock wedding and pie supper at the Community Building Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. 100 TUIET KITTLE 0*11 49e St. Joseph ASPIRIN W O R L D S IAPOEST SHIER AT lOf Come In and See Us About Our Easy Payment Plan on Re-Modeling Your Home, Building New Garage, Chicken House or Milk Barns, etc. ALSO We Have Old and New PHileo Refrigerators and Freezers. Clifton Lumber Co. Phon. 27. Weit Fork, Ark. New Lease On Style There's nothing quit* as sorry looking as jewelry lhat - was s t y l e d and bought a generation ago. You will wear these out- moded pieces, of jewelry with pride after our skilled craftsmen re-style, re-set and rejuvenate your jew- elry. 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