Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 21, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 21, 1952
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( MM. KAtMUIN OOZMft MiMIIHIIIHHlHMMilliillllliiiilHIimniMHlllMIIIIIIIIMI : · Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . M STClub, Clubroom, T I'arrningten Lodge, Karmlnitnn Masonic Hall, 7:30 Fayenevllle Lodge 740, Masonic Hall, 7:30 » SUmp CollectorVClub, Civic Clubroom, 7:30 Sigma Alpha Iota, Mrs, Hoy V. Bimpion,' 7:30 Great Books Group, Florence Sherbournt, 7:90 Council of Ourk ArtUti »nd Crafumen, Salem Lutheran Church, 7:30. Tuesday , . . Lions Club, Ferf usonX 1 2 " , . Kiw.-mis Club, ·Wiihington Hotel, 12 Tri Delta Mbther'i Club, Mrs. Jack Wed, 1 Pi Beta Phi Mother! Club, Chapter Hou«e, 1:30 N.F.RO.C. Auxiliary, Mn. Silai Campbell, 2 Modern -Literature Club, Mrs. IWwin O'Kelly, 3 International Relations Qroup, AAUW, Mr*. Bruce Holcomb, 7 Sub Deb Club, RUI C«te, 7 Nava! Reserve Compo«ite Unit,'Enron Building, 7 Order of Rainbow for Girls, Masonic Hall, 7 D.A.V., l|lon Hut, 7 Hebekah Lodge, 1OOF Hall, 7:30 JMth Military Government Group, !J2',i Wert Center, Tsifo Observes 43rd Anniversary Announcements Ort HcMtt, fKk SCTM Cub Scouts at l ; ack Seven will | meet Thursday al 7 p. m. in Wesley Hal! to exhibit hobbies and kites. Shown above at the 43rd anniversary of the Goldcnrorl Club observed Wednesday nt hnmc of Mrs. Clarence. Vcak, are (from left to right) Miss Alice Jackson, Mr«. Be'rnlcfc Brewer, Mrs. M. O. Doolittlc, Mrs. Kloyc Nonnamkcr, Mrs.,H. H. York and Mrs. R. L, Drown (Puska TIMKSFOTO.) . UA Women's Club Meets For Luncheon The Univeriity Wonwn'i Club net Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock for · cooperative luncheon. Hott- *taM w*re wive* of the College of Buiinelf Admlnlitratlon. Mil Tom Smith wn rhitri.ian and her wmmltle* Included MM. ' Nolan WUlUm*. Mrt. Deity! Spriggi, Mri, Mward Reed, Mrl. Harold Frer, Hrt, Leon Cook, Mrl. Rui- teil WentmcTcr, Mn. Paul Mllim, Mn. Glenn Wing, Mrt. Harold Skin Dry? Itchy? . LINCOLN. 21 Duian and Mrs. Alfred Hall. Spring floweri of purple lilac and iris were uied in the room for decoration. A btinincsn meeting of the' club followed the luncheon with Mrt Joe Covington, pfenldent, presiding. A nominating committee for the coming, year was appointed as Mri. Oeorire Rranlgan, Mr«, Ralph Barnhart, ind V~r. Fred Kerr, The next meeting on May I, will be the final meeting of the aemnter. Scheduled Meetings Of County H:- H, Clubs Home Demonstration Clubi will me«t this we*k as follows: Mond«y, fltrlckler, Community Hpuie, J p.m., Ooldenrule, Mrs. W, 0. Pienon, 1 p.m.; Tuesday, Sulphur City, White Rock, club houie, 7:10 p.m.; ' Wedne»dt.r, Johnson, Farming- Ion, ctub room, 1:10 p.m., Baptist Cord, Mn, Loren Ct«ev, 11 a.m., Baldwin, Mm. 'Margaret Hughey, h:|0 p.m., Monitor, club rooms, 1:10 p.m.; Thuridty. Terry Village, Mrs. Dorin Weirt, 7;4J p.m., Couhly :mincil meeting, First Methodist Church, Sprlngdnle, 10 a.m.; ·Friday, Vineyard, University jetgbU, Mrs. A. p. Johnson, 2 p.m. mnwawum THM in KMM MO ta St.Joseph A S P I R I N NfMTMUTMK to tap weeds Down Pradwtion Up! 1952 Muster ( Program Scheduled. Tonight Former students of Texas A. and M/Collree llvlnjj In Northwest Arkansas will meet tonljht at 7 o'clock at Fcmufon's 1 Cafeteria to carry on a tradition that is 49 years pld, the 1982 Muster Program. A muster is held each year Informer students of Texas A. and M, to pay their respects to fellow AM|*S who have died, and as a tribute to the Texuns who won the' freedom of the state at the Battle-of San Jaclhto hear Houston I I S years ago. Harold A. Du)an is president of the-local A. arid M. Club. Those to appear on the program are Charlei-fr Brinnin. · Jack Hayes. Craig Ronebwough',' end Curtis L. Mwon. : x U.A. Social News veniily speech nd dramatic art department, and Prcelon JVIagrud- er, Instructor 'iq the department, were in Tulsa', Ok|a., Friday and Saturday for the meeting ot the Control Slate Division o( the Speech Ansocifition of* America. Roth appeared on panel discussion's. - Marjorle Hammond of Fayette- vllle lias been elected president of Ori.ani7.ed Independent Women at the University. Other new officers are Pat Pond, Fayetleville, vice president: Juanlta Beaty, Prairie Second Lt. Lfnvrence K. Guirin, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Guinn of FayeUeyllle, Is enrolled "in an associate I n f a n t r y company officer course at Fort Bonninx, Ga. He will complete the course Arfril 29. Me received a bachelor, of music degree in 1951 ,f,rom the University anrl has been in the Army six months. Capt. Joseph W. Cause, Jr., of Route I , Fayetteville,.has received! the Army Commendation Ribbon j for meritorious service with thc| IX Corns in Korea. Captain Cause, j a member of the 2l3'.h Armored j Field Artillery Battalion, was cited [ lor "promoting coordination a n d ] cooperation between supporting units," and displaying "outstanding ability and superior devotion Irta Garfei Cl«b The Jri« Garden Club wlil meet Wednesday at 1:30 p. m. in the home of Mn. Troy Clark f o r . a regiitration tea. Mrs. C. D, Atkinson will be co-hostess. M Club Bin Dane* The 10 Club wilf have a barn dance Wednesday night, beginning at S:30 at the Uark Bowl. Mr. snd Mrs. Allen Reynolds sre chairmen of the committee, and serving -with them are Mr. and Mrs. Heydon Lewis, Mr. .-nd Mrs. Troy Heridricks, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Osborne and Mr! and Mrs. Warren Gifford. CHI Ovga Alumnae The meeting of Chi Omega Alumnae scheduled for tomorrow I has been postponed unttl April' 29, at which tin^e the meeting will i. be at 2:30 p. m., in the home o f ! Mrs. Clifton Wade. - of the F»yettevllle BtptltfAue- cUtion will meet it th* Little Elm Church lor in all-day meeting Thur»day, C. L. Jon« of Little Rock will ipeik*Wedneiday night at the Sycamore B*ptiit Church. ChlM F*lb T» Death Crovillc, Callf.-W-A 15-year-old Girl Scout, playing near the head of one of America's highest waterfall*, dipped into the river and was swept to her death over 640- foot Sutler F»ls Sunday. She was Beverly Fricks, member of I Sac- ramento'Girl Scout troop. . Rummage sale, Central Presbyterian C h u r c h , corner St. Charles and Dickson, Friday afternoon, April 2Sth. .' 21-4t-c PSC ToConsrrJtr APL Expansion Program Little . Rock-(#?-T h I Public Service Committion will consider an Arkansas Power ani Light Company's ^equest to undertake a $39,650,000 expansion program. The project,--a part of a proposed 100 million dollar program-involves installation of 135,000- kHowatt generating u n i t s a t AP and L's Harvey Couch power plant, near Stamp* and the Cecil S. Lynch team electric ItaCon near Liltlt "-Bock. KM* ·» **· Ik* tina tttt Births Mr. twi Mr*. Startler Onha* Mr. and Mrt..Butl«r.Grahun of Lowell announce 'the birth of a daughter, April It,. it th« City- Hospital. Mr. and Mn. Wilier M*Wr Mr. and Mrs. Walt«r Moody of. Fiyetteville announce the birth ol a daughter, AprU II, ti UM City Hospital. · Uwd by thouMB* to rttudnt lieu--Junf*'» RoroiJi MMl bnid. Cettinl ipreibrlertaa ··mnage Sale Central Presbyterian Church will hald a -rummage !3le in t h e , church basement Friday. Friends' of the church are asked to bring) rummage to the church by Thurs-1 lay. The west basement door, will j be open all week. For pickupj ·all 268-J. Elm Strinn r.T.A. . Elm Sprinrs P. T. A. will meet Tuesday... nitjht at the school, : A , lianoVreciiat by the students .'of' *rs. J. z. Craft will be given. Of-' leers for the coming vear will be \ elected and refreshments \vil] b e j served following the meeting. District Baptht Auxiliary The Ladies District Auxiliary Crove, secretary; Pearl 'McNult to duty." The award was made Sprlngdale, t r e a s u r e r ; Sybal for service between'June 4, 1951 .lone*.. Vllonia, .sports chairman; Olenda Douglas, Sellgman. Mo.. locial chairman, and Mona McNfttt Springdale, historian. The University chapter of Alpha 'hi Omega,, national service fraternity, has initiated five new members: Don Blackwcll, Sheridan; Charles Dougan, Little Hock; Trcd Hardke, Hftzcn: Bill flr-l! .'crrVvllle, and John Graham Slid"bury, Blythevllle. Personals DEARBORN CULTIVATORS · tm fct i thill* I* tlltr r*k(. · tof le It* fcM... ttf i KM nttonm*****. " IWf ·· TM ·pffflftff Mlf M ·iMta igkMak -- -·-· f si^l» · · · W9^fH VW WV^V*I · USA WIN le MT IT** MN. AraltMe wHk tilhtr rlflj riuinki ·t N^riaf riunki. YN ei« get to Skt SaM /M, Jim CM wtrk the isM fM wHk DnrWm Uh trft dktatonl r«H Tnttn ttritn- It ftwk CSMrtNl Hfn an euhl- Teer Own turn I , i n Irtt, f i s t ! Adinrtmfnli fnr virlnui m- wlritht are nffr. PA a rtfM nlflnllnn Job In l*k*rn, peanut!, inlatMi . . . ill (Hhff nw tropil CMW I* 1*4 M «· Mw ttw*. Tftt Tr*el*r H e«M- MLES COMPANY Mr. and Mrs. Oscar F. Noren of Chicago, lll.,^»re · itltin« In Fay- ettcvill.e. today. Mr. Noren is vice president of thi ChicJfo Bank'and Trust Company. Dr. Thomas. DePalmer left this mornlnR to attend the 76th a n n u a l meeting of the Arkansas Medical Society, being held In Little Rock. Miss Thelma Mhonn returned to Tcxarknna .last ninM after a three-day visit here with her mother, Mrs. Khoda Mhoon. Miss Edna MlrWIcbrook' and Miss Pearl Middlebrook of Jtlttle Hock were the weekend Quests of Col. and Mrs. Karl T. Houk. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ttattdibury o. New Briton, Conn., have returned home after a* brief visit here, their former home, en route home f r o m - C a l i f o r n i a . and January 3, 1952. Otmerre* Birthday London - (/f) - Blluncth II celebrated, her 26th birthday today as quietly as a queen can. This was officially a private celebration-the birthday for the queen's own family. Later, ciri June 5, the people will celebrate her blrth- day-by-rtccrec. Rand Festival Set Hot Springs, Ark.-W)-The Arkansas School Band Association will hold its annual All-State Festival here Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Seventy-three bnnds «nd more than 4SD solos and ensembles are expected In the competition for medals. STUCCO SHOWING K«ll«y Brot. Lumber Co. 114 W. Dfckun Grind Cair/oa, Arizona Ctlifornii three on one trip Visit all these western wondtrltnds on your Santa Fe trip to or from Californit, You'll marvel at the grandeur that ii Grand Canyon . . . thrill to the enchantment of Und of Pueblo* . . . enjoy the big city lights and scenic splendor of California. Ask your Santa Fe man how to m nil tbrtt on your Santa Fe vacation. He's a vacation specialist, ready m show you how to see the most on your trip to or from California. for comp/eff travel informot/'onv MUi'Sanu f TfcVt Of/ice \ - · · Tt\ephont: Vl«w 4000 \ . IJ'th * Wyandottf, Ktifuu City 1, Mo. · , W. /. Radii's, Gen. Ajit., Pui. Deft. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Koff, 720 Douplas Strool, had as weekend guests, their daughter, Mrs. Oi F. Leonard, and her son, Dale, of Warren. Mr., and Mrs. Parker Rushing lave as thc-lr guest* Mr. and Mrs Hugh Spears and daughter, Susan, of Carthage, Texas, and Mr. ami Mrs. John W. Morris of Pasadena Texas. The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Dale E. lowc have returned to Fayelte- ville for a two weeks vacation 'rom Rock. Island, 111., where Mr. !(owe Is with the Rock Island Arsenal. Mr, and Mrs. C. E. Phillips rc- urncd Saturday from New York :ity ' where they, attended the iresident's appreciation banquet if the Plcctrolux 'Company, in ho Grnnd Ballroom .of \t\r. lovf Astorin. \Vhilc there they vcre tnkcn on a sightseeing tour if M a n h a t t a n . Dr. and Mrs. Ml.ilr Hurl and Joe Gnhcl, University student from 'aldrnn, went to the Arkansas :ntc Spocrh Kosiivn'. at ArkH- clphin, Friday. Gnbel v:ho entcr- tlie . f n l l r f t c cxlc.nporancous k i r i R contest, won a superior n. It was annnunced that the estlvnl will he held in Fayette- ille next yenr. twiee yearly "HONEY" OP A QUEEN- i Nine "Honeybear" W«rren, 18, 'daughter of California's governor, Earl Warren, has been . elected queen 1 of the 2!th She- rtandoah Apple Blosiom Festival, which will be held at Wln- ehwter, Va., May 1-2. Nina received newi of the honor while ·Mending · Republican campaign dinner In New York. We've many ityUt in "good ihe«* properly fitted" . . . dreti sho«i, ·uit ihoei, (porti and casuli... all from regular spring and tiimmer stock at greatly reduced prices. Of course, not all sizes in all styles, but a wonderful selection of footwear fashions. All sales final. "Hot Flashes" Stopped or strikingly relieved hi *3-tO%«.t met lii · If you're miserable from the " hot flashes," and accompanying Irritable, restless feelings of ' chnnfcp of life"-you inny be mftorlnn unncctsitrllyl ·For... In tttts by (foclors...Lydla Pinkl\»m's Compound nnd Tablet* brought relief from such (uncUnnilly. caused nufTerlni; to CJ'VunaSO'V (re- Mccttvely) of thn women teitedl Comp/ftc or ji/rffrinff rclle// Yf«l Jl»so*rch hM protect them m^tf* inm (fidrowft/lfv Modern in action mit thnwn you whtrft to loolt for rtllef fmm thOM itlntrMiinK, nprvo\is, "ftut ot »ort»" (eellnRB of mid-life "rhanit*"! SO...HPI Ljdli K. rinkhim'i Vrnubli 3cmpounii-- «r n*w, improved TiMcu, ·tlh mlilfd liml ( Wm»rr/ul. loo, /or Iht l 0/ neristTHtl Hf.riati.) Ii en* llmmh · Virgil Baker, head .if the Unl- tvonf you Mwvw 1Mt NMN ·' *"' TSstemirk Dress Shoes NATURALIZER Reg. 11.95 NOW $6.85to$9.85 BOURBEUSE Reg. 12.90 NOW $6.85 Sports and Casuals STARLET DEBS Reg. 9.95 i'OW $6.85 COBBLERS Reg. 8.95 NOW $5.85 Reg. 6.95 NOW $4.85 NURSES OXFORDS Reg. 7.95 NOW $4.85 Cobblers and Friendly SADDLE OXFORDS Reg. 7.95 NOW $4.85 Red and White By Friendly Good Shoes Properly fitted ,

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