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NOKTHWtfT AMAHSAS THUS, 19, IM2 Â·MHUHIHIIIHHIItmilllMIMWIIMII MRS. KATHUM DOZÂ» limllillllllHIIIUIIIIIIIMIIIilllimilllll milllll IIINIIIIIHIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIINI Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Â· Family Night, Country Club, 7 Sunday . . . . Maguireton-Richland Pilgrimage, Highway, East, 1:30 Organ Recital, Art Center Concert Hall. 4 Monday . . . Hi Si Club, Clubroom, 7 Varmington Lodge, Farmington Masonic Hall, 7:30 Fayetteville Lodge 740, Masonic Hall, 7:30 Stamp Collector's Club, Civic Clubroom, 7:30 Sigma Alpha lota, Mrs. Roy V. Simpson, 7:30 Great Books Group, Florence Sherbourne, 7:30 Â·Council of Ozark Artists and Craftsmen, Salem Lutheran Church, 7:30. THIS 'N' THAT ABOUT TOWN KATHLEEN DOZIER Among those receiving an invitation to Inauguration Week being held May 3 through May 9 at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N. J., is Mrs. Roberta Fulbright. Lewis Webster Jones will be inaugurated as new president of Rutgers Thursday of that week. Ceremonies will begin Monday with agricultural field day and will conclude Friday with military field day. Sixteen University graduates of the Epsilon Chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha will be honored by the Fayetteville alumnae with a buffet supper Wednesday evening at the home of Christine Gamble, 221 ^East Lafayette Street, after which they will go to ...Corinne Mcllroy's home, 201 Ozark, to be initiated into the alumnae chapter. Those in charge of the activities are Christine, chairman, Bess Boynton, Vir- .ginia Clinehens and Madelyn Rose. Dwight Morris left by plane Thursday from Tulsa for New York. En route he will stop at Fayetteville, N. C., to moke preliminary location in preparation for shooting a religious film, "Journey Into Faith," which he will produce next month. He was accompanied by Herb A. Lightman, movie director of Hollywood. Lightman was the director of "The Life Line," a film recently produced by Dwight in which the Red Â· Cross blood donor program was depicted. They are expected to return Thursday . . . Speaking of films, o visitor this week in the home of the Wayne Hen- bests was Jules Mermoud, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Mermoud of Monett, Mo., who has just completed a part in the movie "Eagle On His'Cap," cast as an aviator. From here he went to the University of Wisconsin where he will be director and.producer of visual education under M.G.M. While in"Fayetteville Jules was also a guest of the Kiwanis and Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. He is a graduate of the University of California. ,' VA Distoffers have announced new officers for the year as Harriet Wright, president; Bea Hosack, vice president; Mildred Christiansen, secretary; Helen Burris, treasurer; lone Wilson, reporter. Tina McGaha and mother, Xana Lansford, entertained with luncheon and canasta for some of the Gentry folk, Wednesday.at the Lansford home on St. Charles Street. Those attending were Mrs. Hugh Carl, Mrs. Grace Covey, Mrs. Joe Carl, Mrs. Ray Steele, Mrs. Van Horton, Mrs. Ben Young, and also ..on the list was Mrs. Marion Wesson of Fayetteville. Mertye Bagby will leave tomorrow to attend graduation exercises for son, Bill, at Fort Sill Officers Candidate School. From there she and Bill will go by plane to Rochester, N. Y., for Bill's wedding to Eva Florence Terry, next Saturday. Bill will have a 20-day leave before reporting to Comp Chaffee . . . Lilian and Roy Wood spent last weekend with his sister, Mrs. Robert H. Brooks in Little Rock, and his brother, Maj.'Gen. J. S. Wood, who has for six years been in Vienna as head of the United Nations Refugee Commission. General Wood spent some time in California this week before leaving for Korea . . . Cpl. Charles 0. Phillips, Jr., of Fort Bragg, N. C., writes parents, Ethel and Oliver, that he is spending the weekend in Washington, D. C, as the guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. W.'DeCesare and daughter, Miss Lynn DeCesare of New York. Lynn sails from New York June 1 for a European tour... Guests of Dr. C. L. and Edith Gray this weekend are Edith's parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Filley of Lincoln, Neb. ' Preparation is in full swing for the Tri Delta state meeting which opens here Saturday morning with -a coffee and registration ot 9 o'clock in the chapter house. Frances Fleming is general chairman in charge of arrangements. The business session will follow in the Game Room of the Student Union and Mrs. Myles Friedman of Fort Smith, state president, will preside. Also appearing will be Mrs. B. F. Kelly, Jr., of Tulsa, who. will give an address. A buffet luncheon will be'giyen at 1 o'clock in the afternoon with, the" active .chapter providing entertainment. Frances Priddy McDonald of Rogers, editor of "Trident," and past national president, will act os moderator for the panel discussion during the afternoon session. Mrs. Brooks LaGree of Altus, Okla., district chairman, will install officers and concluding the program for the day there will be tours of the campus under the direction of the active chapter. D.A.R. Hears Talk By Allan Humphreys The Marlon Chapter of D. A. F. G. Baendcr. Assistant hostesses for the meeting w;re Mi." Grace Albright and Mrs. 0. O. Maxficlrt. A f t e r the buslnesJ session,. Al lan Humphrey.' gÂ»\v Â· talk on . . . . Thursday In the home of Mrs. I "trarlna; your family trÂ«." Mrs. Thorpe Entertained By O.E.S. . Mrs. Ruth Thorpe of Little Rock worthy grand matron of the Order of Eastern Star of Arkansas, wa guest of honor at a luncheon given by the Social Club of. the^Univer sity City Chapter, at the Hark Bowl, Friday. This was attended by 47 members. Mrs, Blonnie Rose Henbest wa toastmistress and music was play ed during the luncheon by Mrs Iva Morris. Decorations w e r e floral pieces, representing spring hats. Favors were miniature spring hats, and place cards 'were p r i c e tags attached to each of the favors . Other guests introduced were Mrs. Hazel Screeton of Hazen grand Martha; Mrs. Pearl Keeton Fayetteville, associate grand ma Iron; Miss Glenn Stockburger, Fayetteville,' past grand matron Mrs. Edith Taylor, Lincoln, dis trict deputy of District Or.e; Mrs, Mildred Eroyles, Prairie Grove grand representative. The decorating committee wa composed of Mrs. Minnie Long Mrs. Pearl Spyres, Miss Marie Murray and Mrs. Gertrude Cupps Braden Club. Discusses Consumers' Buying "Women should be more label conscious,' 1 Mrs. Boyd Shafer told members of the Braden Home Demonstration Club Thursday. "They should especially watch for informative labels which give directions for the care of the garment as well as stating the kind of fabric." She listed important fash- Ion points and details in making such' clothes selections as house dresses and men's shirts. The occasion was a covered dish luncheon held at the home ol Mrs. Ren Henson with Mrs William Erwin as co-hostess. There were 20 members present. The devotions were lerj by Mrs. J. C. Gilbreath, president. Mrs. L. M.. McGoodwin, program chairman, told of the picture of the month and the poem of the month was read by Mrs. McKim. Â· General. theme of the program was '.'consumer's buying." Several donated articles were auctioned for the benefit of club projects. Mrs. T. O. Spicer was auctioneer, Rehearsal Dinner Given At Harvey Home A rehearsal dinner honoring Miss Dorothy Mitchell and Michael Komarmy, University students whose wedding is this afternoon at St.-Paul's Episcopal Church, was .given last night by Dr. and Mrs. Aubrey Harvey. Guests were the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Marius J. Lindloff; Charles Johnson, Don B Mitchell, Dejah Cowan, Janet Griffith, Joan Price, and Lyle Crawford. Shower Compliments Doris Jean Hooker Mrs. Roy Guinn and daughter, Miss Sue Guinn, entertained Tuesday night at the Greathouse home, with a linen shower, honoring Miss Doris Jean Hooker, bride elect of Neill McConnell. Co- hostesses were Mrs. Aud Dyer and Mrs. Jack Greathouse. Refreshments were served to 39 guests from the dining table, which was centered with a flowered trellis and miniature bridal party dressed in shades of pastel. Jack Folliott Is , Sigma Nu Commander Jack Folliott of Fort Smith was named new commander of Sigma Nu, social fraternity, at a meeting held Wednesday evening. Other off icers are: Â·Frank Murchison, Hot Springs, lieutenant commander; Brad Kidder, Fort Smith, treasurer; Neal Hackney, Springfield, Mo., secretary; Harry Neal, Springfield, house manager; Field W a s s o n, Fayetteville, Hugh Hatcher, Carterville, Mo., Harry. Chalfant, Springfield, Al Edwards, Truman and Brad Kidder, board of governors. Greenland P.T.A. To Show Film "Participation of parents in regard to the school" was discussed Thursday evening at a meeting of the' Greenland Parent Teachers Association in the school lunchrooms. Mrs. Claude Ross, president, presided, 'Plans were made to show a film at the next meeting to be held May 8, at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Cress Entertains Valley View H.D. Club The Valley View Home Demonstration Club met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Ray Cress. The meeting was opened with the song, "God Bless Arr.firtca," led by Mrs. Wayne England. The devotional, given by Mrs. Henry Gabbard, was a brief sketch of the life of John the Baptist. The poem of the month w a s . r e a d by Mrs. Robert Molder and a demonstration on how to make nylon corsages was given by Mrs. Cress. Next meeting of the club will be held at the home of Mrs. Earl Perkins, May 15. Mr. find Mrs. L, CarcioUo of New York City arc giic-sls of Mr. and Mrs. Price Dickson this weekend. Thfly will leave Monday for Arizona and the Went Coast. Engagements Announced Dr. and Mrs. Preston Loyce Hathcock announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Caroline Sue, to Ira Vernon Parsons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira V. Parsons of Hope, Miss Hathcock graduated from the University in June 1051, whore she was a member of Delta Delta Delta Sorority. Mr. Parsons is a senior in the College of Engineering. He is president of Delta Sigma Phi, social fraternity, a member of Theta Tau Engineering Frntcrnily and the editorial staff of "The Arkansas Engineer." The wpddnig will 'uc an event of June Srd, at the Central Methodist Church. Boone-Finkleo Vows Said nlty, Â» public lecture will be given fay Prof. St. Clair Drake olRoose- velt College in Chicago, III',.TIMS* day svenlnK at 8 o'clock in the Game Room of the Student Union. Prof. Drake will speak on "America's New Role--World Leadership." Mifnirtlown-RlchUnd Flttrlmttt The Maguiretov/n-Rlchland Pilgrimage wil.l be held tomorrow under the sponsorship of the Washington County Historical So- slcty. The party will leave at 1:30 p.m. on Highway 16, down East Street Hlli off of South College Avenue. Â· Oiark Artljtn And CrufUmen The Council of Ozark Artists and Craftsmen will meet Jn the basement jf the Salem Lutheran Church on Highway 71, In Springdale, Monday at 7:30 p.m. There will be a demonstration of jewelry making by Mr*. Gayn^r Stewart. Trl Delta Mother's Club Trl Delta Mother's Club will meet Tuesday afternoon for a 1 o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. Jack Reed. N.F.P.O.C. Auxiliary ! The A u x i l i a r y to the National Federation of Post Office Clerks . will meet in the home of Mrs. 1 Silas Ormpbcll, 031 Wall Street, Tuesday nt 2 p. m... for a business imd social meeting. The marriage of Miss Lucinda Finklea. to Robert nivcs ooonp, son of I\1r. and Mrs. Jnmes W. Boone of Atoka, Okla., is announced by he parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Finklea of Muskoiiec. Okln. Nuptial vows were read April 9, by Reverend Mnllock in Norman, okla., where both ore students of the University of Oklahoma. The bride is a granddaughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Acroe of Munlsville nnd the late Raymund Finklea ami Jessie Ewers Finklea of Muskogce. Mr. Boonc is the grandson of W. W. Boone of Caddo and the late Mr. and Mrs. Adam Walker Rives, Oklahoma City. Mrs. Boonq it a graduate of the Hockadoy School in Dallas, Texas and is a member of Kappa Alpha Thcla sorority at OU. Mr. Bnonc attended Kcmper Military Academy, Boonvillc, Mo., and Is a member of Beta 'J'hctn PI fraternity at OU. ..Irs. Gayer, Mrs. H a r p nnd Mrs. Harold Millsap. It was announced mt there will be a supper April 5. at the Community House. The next meeting of the club will be held at the home of Mrs. Flossie Garrett, May 21. Personals Mrs. John Clayton of Toronto, Canada, will arrive Sunday to be the guest ot Capt. and Mrs. Sidney Gu.lrd. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson and two children of Chicago, I I I . , spent I their Easier vacation here with j Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. nnd i Mrs. Z. E. Keck and Kistcr, Tom- 1 ora. The engagement of Miss Eva Florence Terry, lo Lt. William Mcllroy Bnghy, son of Mrs. Mcrtyo Mcllroy Bagby of FayclteviHc and llcrmon :.irlclon Bagby of Osceola, is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs, "VVil'ard C. Terry of Rochester, N. Y. The ceremony 1 be performed April 2Gth, in the Rochester Colgate Divinity Chapel at Rochester. Miss Terry is n tfraduato O f Brcnan College at Gainesville, Ga., \vhcrc" she was a member of Alpha Chi Omega Sorority. Lt. Bagby is a graduate of the Baylor School for Boys, Chattanooga, Tcnn., and attended the University where he was Â». member of the fii^ma Nu Fraternity. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. James Haydon TUcllroy and the I n t o Mr. Mcllroy of Fayrttt'Vjllc and the late Mr. and Mrs, John r.arlick Rfi^by of Lake Viltafir. Mrs. W. E. McWhortcr has had as her guest this week MUs Kath- Ic-cn Manlcy, missionary from Africa, and Mrs. Lola Cowgor of Con way. They left Thursday tor Little Rock. Mrs. Seibert H. Haley and daughter, Josephine, left yesterday In return to their home In "Waurika, Okla., after visiting here with Mrs, Haley's mother, Mrs. R. M. Angus. They accompanied Mrs. Willard Williamson and daughter, Francine, as far as Tulsa. Mrs. Williamson and Francine have been guests in the J. A. English home. Mrs. John Blacksher and sons, Jerry Don and Jimmie, of Up land, Cnlif.. arrived this morning and will be Rucsls for the next two weeks of her mother, Mn: I'carlc Trowbridge, her bother- In-law and sister, Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl Jones, and other relatives In Springdale, Announcements In tern* lion Â·! RvUtloni Group, AAUW The- International R e l a t i o n s Group of AAUW will meet with Mrs. Bruce Holcomb Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock for n dessert, Dr. Ralph Jones will be the epuakcr. Modern Literature Club The Modern Literature Club w i l l meet Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. Edwin O'Kelly, 342 St, Chnrlcs Avnnue, with Mrs, Blair Hurt as program leader. Pribody Parent Tcaclieri Club Â·" The Pcabody Parent...Tc.achers Club will meet Monday night nt 8 o'clock In room 109 of Peabody Hnll. The annual election of officers will be held nt this meeting. Mrs. Paul Petty w i l l be in charge of the program and will use as her subject, "Building Strength for Living." Public Lecture Sponsored by Air. ha Kappa Delta; sociology honorary frater- Pi BcU Phi Mothers Club The Pi Beta Phi Mothers Club will moot Tuesday at 1:30 p. m.. at the chapter house. Mrs. C. M. Clifton and Mrs. J. W. Fulbright will be co-hostesses. The HUFFY MOWER is Really FUN lo RUN 1. EÂ«i T . No Â«ffort. Tb* Ilfhl might Huffy Mowtr whMli ovir itiÂ« griw Ilk* Â· bÂ«br CM- rlÂ«jÂ«. ll-IN. SCfl 25 'll-IM, $Â«Â· .21 Slitli at Iht touch Â»t Â· bultom POWER LAWN MOWERS For RENT or SALE 'A SIZE FOR ANY LAWN MUIY ANY MOWIt S U T T L E ' , ESSO STATION Cor. W, Mountain k School tta. PHONE 12 Mr, iiiid Mrs. I l u y h Boydston of J-rccki.'nridj'e, Texas announce the on- p,;iKcment nf their daughter, Arweldia Ann, to Fred F. Gibr.on, .son nf Mr. nnd Mrs. F. L. Gibson of Fayettovillc. Miss Iloydslon is a sophomore in Abilene, Christian College, Abilene, Texas. Sir. Gibson grad-ualcs in May from A. C. C. with a B. S. Degree. Helping Hand Club Meets At Millsap Home The Helping Ilnntl Club met Wedr.t'Sd.'iy ;it Iho honifl of Mrs. Dorothy Millsap w i t h i covered- Millsup nf SHiiii. During the business meeting ncv/ officer:; wcro eluclccl with Mis. Nolle Jnhnf.on us president; Mi.s. M.irlo I l f i r p ap vice nre.M- dont; Mrs. K u t l i I.ancley, srcrc- l.'try nnd lro;i.surt'r; MrÂ«. Dnrolhy M i l H f i p , repr,r!cr; Mrs. (lynith rlish luncheon served :/t noun. Cnmphcll, son'; le.-ider; Mrs. H u t h Therr worn rinht mr-mhcrs pros- iGnyr-r, Rrr.ip linnk. rnt nnd rmc Kuc.'t, Mrs. l l . i r o l d l Ci;imo pri/es wrro received by Night Supper starring flits u fa MMii*-fittt [-fin uttiii. Â· MÂ«Vp your Ccirham "Clianlilly"* llic "Â»Ur" of your casual Sunday Â»lip|cr -- the magic thai makes your table ihe "talk ot the town." AÂ«k 119 for Â· /fee diagram which Â»howÂ» you how to Â»ct your Ulile the way leading American (ice- orators would. Slop in, see all U of our Corham" Sterling pauerna, find out how cÂ«iy it i lo own Coiham.