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Tuesday, April 22, 1952
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J---MOtTMWKT ARKANSAS T|MB, «yrtt»»m», Aikantot, Tiwwtoy, April 12, If 51 WIIUIHIIIIIIIMIIIIItiniUlllliHIHIIUIIIIIIIIIIHIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIi MRS. KATHLIIK DOZIfR ' IlillMIIIIIIIHIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIiiliiiiiMlliiiliiliiiillHIIIinilllllMIIIIHIIIilli Daily Calendar of Evenrs International Relations Group, AAUW, Mrs. Bruce Holcomb, 7 6i(b Deb Club, Sue Cute, -7 Naval Reserve Composite Unit, Eason Building, 7 Order of Rainbow for Glrit, Masonic Hall, 7 D.V., Legion Hut, 7 fl^bekah Lodge, 1OOF Hall, 7:30 30*th. Military'Government Group, 112'4 West Center, 7:30 Wednesday . . . . ^Dhange Club. Ferguson'!, 12 Jrfe Garden Club, Mrs. Troy Clark, 1:30 FaVetteville Garden Club, Mrs. Clint Walden, S:30 D Gee Club, 4 Zeja Tau Alpha AlUmnSe Supp?r, Mrs. o. H. Gamble, 6 Noril Heservc Electronic Company, S-8 Drill, Eason Building, 7 Dfla Sigma, Hugh Kincald, 7:30 Kppa-Alpha Phi, 48 East Rock Street, 7:3(V 08m Volunteer Air Force Reserve Training Squadron, 7:30 I.g.O.F.; IOOF Hall; 6 . ' 40!Club .Dance, Uark Bowl,.8:30 Pjartied At Buccaneer Ball Mist. Joanne Hamilton of Little i Rock, was preionled as the Dream . DIM oJ/?Hi Delta Theta, social frfternlty',' Friday evening at the friternity'i a n n u a l Buccaneer Bttl : Jieldj i h ' t h t Student Union Ballroom., The ,new .Dream Girl wStt .succeeds .Mrs, Chester 1 Dare Rt*lnion, 111,..of Fayetteville, re- f«(vtd a bouquet of red roses and ·'.'fold .· eriffived trophy. Miss Hamilton, a transfer student from Rtn'doltfh'-Macon College, Lynch- bttfif, V»,, li a member of Chi Ortega and .a junior in the College fither candidates for' Ihe title Ware, Mines Dorothea Murzlcos of Texarktna, Betty Ann'Harbor of Blytheville, Mnrnelic Thoniscn of Bprlnjflelrl, . Mo.,'. Claudia Ann , Brown of Little Rock, and' Jean Cavln of North Little Rock. - · Preceding the formal, a reccp- tlofe W 'M held at the chapter house. Arrangements of tulips and roses lent color lo Ihe scene. From a dlijlng table. /entered with n miniature Island of sand contaln- ln| t pftl of (old and other plrale KUci, punch ind party ««nd- were served. Mrs, Cross O.E.S. Worthy Grand Entertained Attending !hc O.K.S. Social Club luncheon Friday in : thc Uark Bow] are ( f r o m ' J e f t to right) Mildred Broylcs, Pcnrl Kccton, Bonnie Hcnbcst, Hazel Scretorf; R u t h Thorpe, worthy grand malron, Jerry Smith. Glenn Stqgkbur^cr and Edllh Taylor. (Puska TIMESFOTO). Kmery, sricial chairman And Miss Thomson. , j The bn II room wjis centered w i t h ' ?i pirate island of Kra.s and trees flrapcd in Spanish moss on which were placed n IrcnM're cheat filled with pieces of clsht and a skull find crn?s hones. Circling the island wore sea gulls of papier machr. Flanking the bandstand were trees draped in Spanish moss nnrl hung about the -walls wore pirate maps. From Ihe balcony iMiss Mitchell Marries At St. Pour's Episcopal hunfi a plrntes'f flag and at opposite end of the room, ind Mrc, Kobinsun alternated in serving at thi punch bowl. In the receiving line wore Mrs. Alex . Caven, housemother, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cross, pr. and Mrs; F, N. Gordon, Sam Boyro, president, Miss Margaret Gist, Jim DON'T BE A VOMBIE! Dtftnitjftn: A Vwnbl* It a p*npn wh», ol- rh»u|h living, It dt«d ai far ai hit country It coneern»d, bccawM h* l«wn't. VOTI I If A * V W II I r w * " In ih« Arkinias Pharmiciutleal AMocl.llw Election ; MAY mirror depicted an ocean nccne with n p f r q t p ship nnrt an inland of trees and grant. Music for the fnrmnl was by Gil Staccy and his orchestra. ufinjf Intermission, a parly war; held in Ihe Blue Room honor of .visiting a l u m n i , housemothers, nnd presidents of organ- ised houses and special gucKis* .Refreshments were. pervert from the dining table draped with a white ncn cloth nnd cenlcrcd with mininture pirate island of palm ttrccs nnd sand containing jeweled Irensure chest of d i a - monds and pearls flanked by pirates nnd buccaneers. : . Immediately following the d-ance - breakffifit was served at the chapter house for members, their date* end a l u m n i and .guests. An estimated 100 quests were present, Alpha lota Plans Musical-Tea Alumnae members of Sltfma Oinlcron chajjtcr of Sigma Alpha j lota, national professional music with Vcra Greene presided during the business session. Miss Mary .Tune Watklns, president of the active chapter, met wilh the group lo make final plans for n cooperative musical and tfca to be c,iven Sunday afternoon at t o'clock in the Fine Arts Con^ cert Hall. -~ , A salad course wa sscrvod after the meeting by fhe hostess and co-hostess, Mrs. Greene. RICKETTS DRUG STORE V O T E fraternity, met last night Mrs. Mpy.-V. Simpson. Mrs. OIT YOURS NOW Whit* Limited Quantity Lath look at all ffiese IXTRA ttaturot... · Stl lt-fort«t It · Antl-m«|n«tle · Wot«r-r«slst«nt · Unbraokobl* cryitol · luminous dial ,· · Shck*rtililant · '7-]ev/«l telf-wlndlnf movtmtnt , No InUrttt -- No Carrying Charge Elm-Springs Club Hfars Honomichl The Elm Springs tfome Demonstration Club was visited Friday by 0. L. Honomichl of the County Sanitation Department In Fayetteville, who explained Ihe proper way to cover .wells for pressure water systems and how to take 'samples for testing. Mrs, John Anderson was hostess to 10 members and two visitors during the all-day meeting. Helpful tips on proper selection and Immdry of different fabrics were Riven by Mrs. Brownficld, Home Demonstration agent. Plans were made for the County Council meeting to be held this week. Mrs. Bzell, Hostess To Mt. View Club ' The Ml. View Victory Club held Us April moetlnpt Thursday at Ihe home of Mrs. Phanla Ezell. A covered dish" luncheon was served at noon tb the six members and two guests. The mecllng opened at 1:30 p. m. . w i t h a prayer led by Mrs. Maples and Scripture reading: lakcn from- Corinthians. A «nlo wns sung by Ethel Matcer, followed by the group singing "Empty Mansions." The mystery package wns won by Mrs. Maggie Thomas. Election if officers was held with th president and vice p.-esident re- cloctcrl to serve for the coming year. It was voied by all members present lo make a donation to each of Ihe five following cemeteries, Ml.. View, \Ved,ngton, Hose I'ralrlc Grove ai)d Malecr, The wedding of Miss Dorothy Mitchell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Mitchell of Green Forest, and Julius Michael Ko- !r,army, son of Mrs. Mary K. Komarmy f t Franklin, N. J., took place «t St. Paul's Episcopal church, Saturday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev. Marius J. Lindloff. A musical program was presented by Mrs. Homer Crow, organist. The bride wore a i ballerina length white ;:org«ndy redlngole over a blue satin slip; half hat of blue satin trimmed with violets over each ear. Her spray bouquet was made of lavender snap- dragons and lilies with a lavender tulle bow. The maid of honor, Miss Dojah Cowan, wore pink organdy over pink tafiela..* Mr. Komarrny's best man was Don B Mitchell, brother of the bride. Lylc Crawford and Bill Fjndt wore ushers. ,. After the ceremony the wedifr.j party, family, and friends assembled at the 4-H House for a reception. * The bride is a' student in home economics at the . University and will continue^ hjr.v.«turiie»,.;;The bridegroom is on the staff of ;tho institute of Science and* Technology. He receives his Master's Degree in chemistry in June. rector's meeting In Little Rock,Thursday, Friday and Saturday were Randall Roberts, .Morton" Carnes, Mr. and Mrs; Basil rNcli. son, of Fayetteville and, .Gilbert Sl»co of Springdale'. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hutchinson, Mr. and Mrs. Pate Hutchinson and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hutchinson and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hutchinson and sons, J. C. Hutchinson and Joan West, all of Fiiyetlcville, were guests Sunday oC Mr. and Mrs. Claude Anderson irf Vian, Okla. «· Archie Miller and Jack Slade of Fayettevillc have received honorary membership in Zeta Beta Tail fraternity by the supreme council in New York Ctty. Initiation will be next Sunday and a banquet is also scheduled. Both men,.the.first in Arkansas noon at to receive honorary membership I Hall of Washirigt6n ^County Home Demonstration Club County Council will be held Thursday at the First Methodist Church in. Springrlalc Registration will begin at 10 o'clock in the morning and school-girl lunch will he eaten at noon. The hostess clubs are Apple Blossom, Elm Springs, Friendly Neighbors and Victory. Mrs'. R u t h Gray will speak on "Botteij Grooming." . . . Sigma fiu Mothers' And Wlvei' Club Sigma'NJ Mothers''and Wives' Club will meet Thursday at 1 '.p.m. foi a coversd dish luncheon at the home of Mrs: Marion Wa'sson, 318 Sutton Street. In the fraternity, will be named to the Board of Directors at the next board meeting. Dr, Frederick Fricdmann, University philosophy professor, has lan vras received a grant from the Eockc- 1 feller Foundation' to : continue I studies in intorcultural under| standing which he began while he Daughters Of Demeter The Daughters of De-meter will have a luncheon Thnrsday aftor- 1:30 o'clock in Wesley the Central Methodist a Fulbright_ fellowship. The I held ! grant--the second he has-rcraved I from the Rockefeller Foundation --Is for the coming summer and the next academic year. Dr. Fricd- mann will do research in. Mexico during'the summer. Returning to the ..University in the fall, he will teach half time and d:voie lhalf time to the research project. Child Welfare Dinner-Meet Held By American Legion Shclton-Tucker Post' 27, Anierl-»^ can Legion, held its Annual Child Welfare meeting and dinner Thursday evening. The meeting \vas opened by W. S. Bronson, corhmoiicler. Mrs. Alice Funston of Uttle Rock, director of the American Legion Child Welfare of Arkansas, discussed the state program as well as the national. She staled that the American Legion now has s $7,000,000 Endowment Fund, the revenue from which is equally divided between. Child Welfare and Rehabilitation. Mrs. Virgil Baker, supervisor of Special Service Education, Fay- clteville Public Schools, discussed the manner in which students were examincfl in the schools, anrl when need of medical care or surgery was diecovered the procedure used in correction. If the family of the child can not pay for the neces wary medical surgery, steps arc Chi Omega Formal Follows Dinner At Chapter House Preceding the formal dance given Saturday night at the Student Union Ballroom by Chi .Omega, dinner was served from Announcements Order Of Rainbow For Girls The Order of Rainbow For Girls will have its regular meeting tonight at 7 o'clock in th-j Masonic Hall. All members are.urged to be there for election of officers; Church. Following the luncheon and business meeting, the group will go to the-home of Mrs. M. C. Kik for bridge. c'a:iasta and sewing. Fayetteville Suburban IVater. District Two All residents along Highway 62. west of Farmington, are urgsd to attend a meeting in Farmington High School, Thursday night at 7:30 o'clock. Matters of Community interest will'be discussed at this meeting. PETITIONERS-- CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONJ property to the Esso Standard Oil Company for ji storage tank, and the lease ,was being completed this morning. The property is part of a street right-of-way be.- line of the Frisco Railroad ritht- of-way. The council not«d that it has not been used as a "itreet and is not needed for public tue, i t . specified a 99-ye«r lease at »l'per year in advance. The council approved a five- year lease to Thurman Parsons of Springdale .of a portion of t h e * city's property at the City Lake site. The land can b* use* for pasture only. It also granted permission to a . group of. Mt. Sequoyah property ' owners to construct a foot path running cast-west from the end of Maple Avenue at Assembly Road up the mountain to North Se-" quoyah Drive. The route is platted but the street was Jiever built. Council members present 'were Davis Richardson, Jaclc Burge Leonard Pratt,, Webb Williams,' and Vern Hefliri. Absent were '· Fred Hunt, Max McAlliHer, and · Dale Kent. Dr. J. W. Kline To Speak Little Rock-Wj-Dr. John .W.. Kline of San Francisco, president of the American Medical Association, is to address the Ar-,- - kansas Medical Society here .-to-,, night. Technical discu'ssibns, featuring obstetrics, were on today's program of the society's annual ." convention. House Ends Vacation Washington-WJ-The House ended an 1 l^day Easter vacation to-\ day and was lo take up a contro- crsipl bill creating more thlp a score of new federal judgeships. Rummage sale, Central Pr«s- lyterian C h u r c h , corner St. twcen the east line of Block 21 of Charles and .Dlckson, .Friday 8ft- Ferguson's addition and ^he west'ernoon, April 25th. . 21-4t-c . (!:30 to 8 Music for in the chapter . house. both the dinner tiHiy illinium n u i ^ u i ^ . .iicpa cut: taken to correct disability without cost. Mrs. R. L. Maddox, president of Ihe Fayetteville Auxiliary, presented Mrs. Alice Funston with check for, the : annual contribution to Child' Welfare. The State of Arkansas matches such contributions and (200.00 is available. Mri.Goldle Smith. Petit Chapeau of Salon 30? of the 8/40, discussed the Juvenile T.B. Program of the organization. Dr. Allan A. I rtfan Gilbert discussed the Child Welfare Program of the 40/8 and emphasized the work done at Carvllle, Lr., by the 40/8 Voitures in the fight against Hansen's disease (formerly known as leprosy). G. M. ".Terry" boMnrr, who presided as Child Welfare chairman, reported that $2063.91 had been spent by Shclton-Tucker Post during the period April 1, 1951- March 31," 101)2. Others making short talks Included U. A. Lovell of Sprincdale, first vice commander of Arkansas, Eva Atwood of Springdale, Mrs. Mabel Brnden of the American Red Cross, Mrs Rosebud Savage of the Veterans Hospital Staff, Dora Decn of Washington County Child Welfare department, Carl Thompson of Little Rock, assistant director of Arkansas Service Bureau, and the Rev. Chas! G, C«ld- well, Jr. A 20-minule picture of "The Fight For Health" of the National Jewish Hospital of Denver, Colo., was shown. This hospital is supported by contributions only. Qrchesis To Give was , furnished Combo. by A covered dish 'meal be served at the liext meeting to be hold May IS, «l 7:30 p. m. In the Mt. View. Cnurch and Communlt) House. Each family will bring their own 'table service nnd I c e cubps for cold drinks. Delta Gamma Seniors Entertained At Supper The Delta Gamma seniors were entertained by FayetleVllle alum- line with n buffet supper, Sunday evening at Ihe home o! Mrs. Ruth ilbert. ·«! ihli Mhmlfh my mn «*M tlwwlfit C A R D U I Stacy's Dancing began at 8:30 and continued uVitil 11:30. The plantation motif was carried out In decorations. The bandstand represented the veranda of n colonial home and a garden scene with stntue, fountain nnri bench was tornmgod, with a painted mirror scene as background. Trellis and flowers Were used about the room. In the receiving line were Shirley Newman, president; Tunny Porter, Kappa Kigmn; Mrs. S. C. Alexander, house mother; Mr. and Mrs. Clay B, Yoe; Libby Holmes, social' ch.t'irrran; Bob Horrior, Kappa Sigma. ' An intermission party was given at 10 o'clock in the Union- for extra guests and housemothers. Those serving were Mrs. Malcolm Lawerence and Mrs. Clay Cross Miss Holmes was in charge of arrangements. Demons tro tions'Given To Harmon 4'H Club Called to order by Danny McCamy, president, the meeting of the Harmon 4-H Club h e l d Wednesday at the clubhouse, was opened with the reading of the minutes by Linda Kinlon, secretary. Lynda Boles, song captain, ler! Zeta Tau Alpha Alumnae Zeta Tau Alpha Alumnae will fiavo a supper tomorrow evening at H o'clock at the ho»e of Mrs O. H. Gamble, 221 East Fafayette Street. Year 'Round Garden Club The Year 'Round Garden Club will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Country Cliib, Mrs. A. A. Ladon will be hostess. Fayetteville Garden Club The Fayetteville Garden Club "will' meet tomorrow at 2:30 p m with Mrs. Clint Walden. . Nome Demonatratlon County Council The quarterly meeting of the the group in singing "America, 1 after which the girls had a dress review. Connie Wilcox won first place in dress .and Joyce Wilhelm won first in gavnerccl skirts. Miss Baker demonstrated many ways to put in hems and how to finish seams. A domonatration for the boys on how to level land was given by Mrs. Ford. Uonce Demonstration Orchesis. the University dance Rroup, -\vill present. an informal demonstration of unusual style in .the Student Union Ballroom this evening. Members of the intermediate modern dance class will assist Orchesis in the demonstration. Those participating are: Jean Mc- Inlyrc, - R u t h Johnson, Carolyn Sea, Connie Harris, B a r b a r a 3yers, Roydell Caldwell, Marta Chandler, Mary Anne Fletcher, Chloe Gooriloe,' Llnnie Miirchlson, Anne Long, Sue Redyard, Marv Scarbrough, Jerry Waddlll, Ruth Walters,. Juanlta. Waters, Patsy Watts. Both groups are being directed .v Miriam Jcrnbck, member nf the women's physical education department. Miss Jcrabck formcr- y taught dance at West Virginia University, Cornell College, Iowa, and Wilson College, I'a., where she also directed those Orchesis roups, The demonstration Is open to the'pnbllc and free of charge. Personals ·« Guests of Mr. and Mrs, Roy Adams are her sisters, Mrs. Harvey Combs of Little Ro^k and Mrs. Harry Rurnett nf Sintbn, Texas. Mr. anrl Mrs. Delmer Sagely of Fort Smith visited in Fayettcvillo Sunday with daughter, Nancy, who is attending University hero. The Sasclys are former Fayetteville residents. - Mrs. R. J. Mannhcimer and daughter, Bainca Marco, of Bend, Ore., arrived today for a · visit with Mrs. Mannhc-imcr's motljcr, Mrs. H. A. Wheeler, ,and her sister, Oulda, at 037 Leverett Street. Mr. and Mrs. 'Henry Bradshaw nf OPS Mnincs, Iowa, have written friends here that an article by them on the Arkansas Quirk's will appear in the May Issue of Better Homes nnd Gardens. He was graduated from the University. Those a t t o n d l n R the funeral rll- WE GIVE DOUBLE $H Grttn Stomps on Cleaning and Praising of Storage Garments ^S^ ' * Pjtf/wjUk 101 N - BLOCK ST ' {£SS PHONE 272 ** Wtert Cloning h an Art Allce'sBeairiyShop NOW UP TOWK IVi E. MT. ST. Perm. Lattil Stylti Rmonablt Pnc«i DOUBLE SH Green Stamp Day Wednesday, April 23 (ON CASH SALES ;ONLY) 13 Lamps % to Vi off Red Ivy Crystal Bowl Assortment Linens Assortment Stew Ware an d ttg $1.85 Individual Salad Bowls 5Gc Wooden -- Stcondi - , _ 20 Open Stock Patterni . - . « / . AM to B*. Diicentintoid /2 Wll $1.00 H to %. OH Several Patterns 25% PLUS MANY OTHER ITEMS ·a. Coffee Flavor Most People Like Best! This in an i n v i t a t i o n to greater coffee kind of coffee-Mountain Grown coffee enjoyment--the enjoyment of a cti|i of --with a fullness of flavor that i« utterly Fulgcr's! Once you try it, you will n.ake delightful. In repeated taste tests it hu a really pleasing discovery. Then you will been declared the colTce flavor most people agree the Folgcr flavor is for you-forever! like best. Won't you try Folgcr's, it prom- That's because Folgcr's is a special iscs you so much more coffee enjoyment Folger's is a Special Kind of Coffee ' MOUNTAIN GROWN So Extra Rich In Flavor You Are Urged To THY USING'AIMS Than with Letter Flavored Brandt Ayaltobte In Ihgufor, Drip or f\m GrM ...InloMil-lb. ffld2-lt. Com

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