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Wednesday, April 23, 1952
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£l--NOtfflWtIT AKKAMfAS TIMB, tayottovMo, AriunMM. Wtdrmdoy, April 23, 1M2 IIUIIIIIIIHIWHNWIIIHHIillHnilHIIiniMIIIIIIIIIIMIIinilUIIMIHIIHHIIIIIIIIII MIS. KATHIEEN DOZIU UIIMMIIIIIItllMIMIIIMIIMiiliillillllMliiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiillllllllllllllllllllllllllllili · Daily Calendar of Events · T t onight . . . ?*ta Tsu Alpha Alumnae S'upper, Mrs. O, H. Gamble, 6 Nival Reserve Eler'trnnir' Company, 8-8 Drill, Eason Building, 7 riflta Sigma, Hugh Kincald, 7:30 Kappa Alpha Phi, 45 East Hock Stre.e!, 7:30 OWlct Volunteer Air Force Reserve Training Squadron, 7:IJO I.0.O.F., JOOF Hall, 8 41 Club Dsncc, Uark Bowl, 8:30 Thursday . . . Rotary Club, Washington Hotel, 12 Sfemu Nu Mothers' and Wlvn' Club, Mrs. Marlon Wason, 1 rjiUfjbters of Demeter. Wesley Hall, 1:30 Y 'ar JHound Garden Club, Country Club, 2 Commerce \Vlve« Club, Mfi, Darrell Sprisgs, 2:30 Tiowel and Spade Garden'Club,. Mrs. Haskell Utley, 2:30 pjhala -Club, Mrs. H. D. Bird, 2:30 Bpy Scout Board of Review, First Presbyterian Church, 7 Cub Scout Pack Seven, Wesley Hall, 7 VJF.W., 108V4 West Center,.7;30 r West Chapter One, R.A.M., Masonic Hall, 7:30 O.E.S. Banquet Compliments Mrs. Thorpe The Hunlsville and University City Orders of Eastern Titar were hostess chapters Monday night at the Masonic Hall for the official visit of Mrs. R u t h Thorpe of Llt- t J ? Hock, worthy grand matron of the O. E. S. of Arkansas.- Other special guests were .Mrs. ; J'^|, {lecturer'.'^^ n TM'TM Anne Stutlle, KayolHville, pMt J, ho £,,, dccor3(cd ,,,, ° a n v H » jc . w o r t h y Brand matron; Miss Glenn Uffaln and social functions". He ·Stor-kburBcr. -Fayettevillc, pas | K u h j c c t s are varlcdf ranging from Garden Clubs Invited To Hear Mrs, Truscott Garden club members and the! friends are inviteJ to a lectur and demonstration on flower ar ranging to b* given-by Mrs. .1. .1 Truscott of Shawnee, Okla., at tri Siloam Springs Methodist Churci May 1, at 2;30 p. m. The program will bo under the sponsorship o I the Siloam Springs Garden club I Mrs. Truscott who credited National Flower Show worthy grand matron; Mrs. Pearl worthy j Kfcion, ?'flyeUeville, associate nrand matron; Mrs. Il.izel Screeton, Hazun, Brand Martha; ,left I w |,ich L-mbert, Fort Smith, associate Siloam Springs, grand patron; Mrs. Edith Taylor, j "Nature, Mother of Design." "Psychology of Color," and "Conside the Trees," to "Meadow Magic,' be her subject in iittire'856, 40 and 8, Legion Hut, 7:30 Married 50 Years Groon'a Mr, apd Mri. Htnry J. Thomat --I Anniversary Observed By Mr. And Mrs. H. J, Thomas Th« 80th wedding anniversary* · el Mr. and Mrs. Henry J..Thomai, t South Duncan Avtnut, who vpre married In New Martlris- vjlle.W. Vi.,wai observed Sunday ·; their home, with opei) hftuse Ii cm 3 to 6 p.m. Hosts for the oc- E sion. were their children, Mr. a id Mri. Hutherford Thomas, Poll B«, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. Martin K Joyce, Houston, Texas, and Mr. 4* Mrs. J. D. Pickering of Fay- ·jteviiie. ThoK serving at the table were 1:«!'.Alfred t,ussky, Mrs. Harold ·.G^Bslrd and Mrs. Fred C. Mc- Mlihl, Mils Velraa C, Clark was 1| duff* of the guest book. |ptjt"pMowp relatives .who at-1 ·"·Jed were Mrs. Thomas' sisters, , J. F, Reagan, Tulsn, Okla., j . Mrs. Emma B. I^amasters, llvy W. Vs., her niece, Mrs. Turks Aldrich and : family -of 7ulsa, and Mr. Thomas' nephew, Earl Thomas and his wife and asuehler of Okmulgce, Okla. | Out-of-town guests were Mr. «nd Mrs. A. B. Saint, Sr., and Mr. ·"nd Mrs. A. B. Saint, J r , and son, Bobby, all of Tulsa; Mr. and Mrs. Yester Richardson, Okmulgee; Mr. »jnd Mrs. Howard Rarnsby, Ok- ipulgee; .Misses Dorta June, and Paula King, Fort Smith. I Those assisting the hostesses were Mrs. Olive King, Mrs. Mary Anderson and Mrs. Margaret Bell. ; Approximately 100 friends, rcl- jtives and neighbors called during the afternoon. Forafietter figure Eat Roman meal Bread Pi Phi Club Elects Officers Member* of the Pi Phi Mothers Club met yesterday afternoon »t the chapter house for its regular monthly dessert meeting. Mrs. Charts; Clifton and Mrs. .Iny Ful- brjfiht were hostesses. · Offjcori were elected at this time to serve for the coming year. They are: . · Paul Rhodes, president Mrs. V. W. Aclklsson, vice president; Mrs. Ear! Stohenbury, secretary; Mri. Powell Rhca, treas- district deputy grand lecturer; Mrs, Mildred Brnyles, Prairie Grove, and Mrs. Jessie Schuster, Hunlsville, grand representatives. A banquet at *hc Uark B o w ) , honoring. Mrs. Thorpe, preceded the meeting. Mrs. ,!erry Smith served as toastmistress, with 99 members and visitors present. Miss Heckathorne Honored At Dinner The Thimble Club honored Miss Zelda Heckathorne last everting with a d i n n e r party at the Chicken Little in Springdalc. Miss Heckathorne received a gift from the club. She will leave the Boston Slore soon to travel with Kempner Shoe Company of Little Rock. Her territory will be Arkansas, Oklahoma and Missouri. After dinner the group returned to Fayettayiiis to the home of mi'«. Francis Phipps for dessert and coffee. Games were played followed by a short business meeting. The club vpted to postpone meetings during the summer months. Mrs. Mary Jordan was winner r:f the mystory package a n d ' O t h e r were won by Mrs. J, U. I hlpps, Sr., Mrs. Harold Graham, Mrs. Keltic Osborne and Mrs. Jordan, Missionary Council Meets At West Fork The West Fork Assembly of Got Women's Missionary Council mel in the home of Mrs. Clyde Good- ipg, with 12 members present anc two visitors, Virginia Baumgarner of West Fork and Miss Alene Hall of Fayotteville. Mrs. N. W. Johnson gave the ·levotion, reading the 21st Psalm. This was followed by prayer. Mrs Lillian Webb was Installed a. president to take the place of Mrs. Dora Schultz, who it moving to Florida, Mrs. Gertrude Stock- urger was elected vice president, following the meeting, the group read a portion of the book, "Nile Mother, and a shower of cards and. handkerchiefs was given for Mrs, Schultz. The next meeting will be May 13th, with Mrs. N.' W, Johnson. Recital To Feature Miss Weir, Soprano The University music department will present a senior recital Friday evening at 8 o'clock in the Art Center Concert Hall, featuring Miss Ida Weir, soprano. Miss Weir bit accampanied by Mjss Carolyn Rhodes and assisted by Mary Ann Maddox, pianist. Becoming tired of the usua bowls and vases, Mrs. Truscot 1 went out for more versatile ma- tcrisls, particularly drifUvooc containers. While serving as counselor fnr a Girl Scout Camp in Colorado, the searched for and finally located a wooden piece which she cleaned and found to be satisfactory. This led to other additions to a growing collection from which she makes whimsical and subtle arrangements. Mrs, Truscott says that it 1| permissible to forget hard and fast rules, but never forget the principles of art in making floral arrangements. There will be a small admission fee to this lecture, which is open to the public. Farm House Club Meets At Meenen Home Mr. and Mrs. Henry · Meenen were hpsti to 15 members of the Farm House Club arid thfir dates, Sunday at a dinntr f iven in their home. Dean and Mrs. Lippert Ellis wer* special fuesti for the occasion. | Personals Mrs- Charlei Clifton iiac returned from a recent visit with her lister, Mrs. Guy Norman, in Jai- per, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Duskin with their son, Joel, returned Monday to their home in Crosselt, following a visit t .ttere v.'ith their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Duskin and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wheeler. Announcements Charity League The Charity League will meet Friday afternoon for a 1 o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. Garland Melton. Mr.=. Gladys Sanders will be .-co-hostess. FayetteviHe Council Of Church Women A board meeting of the Fayette- viHe Council ,of Church Women will be held Friday at 9 a. m., in ihe Parish House oj St. Paul's Episcopal Church. I'ahala Club The PahaJa Club will meet tomorrow with Mrs. H. D. Bird, 701 East Lafayette Street, at 2:30 p. m. Cemmeroe Wlvei Club The Commerce Wives Club will lave a social meeting at 2:30 p. m. .omorrow in the home of Mrs. Darrell Spriggs, 742 West Williams Street. Miss Helen Barlow will be o-hostess. Each member is asked bring a pre-school picture of herself and one of her husband. '·rettevllle Suburban Water District. Two All residents along Highway 62, west, to Farmington, are urged to ttend a meeting in Farmington High School, tomorrow night at :30 o'clock. Matters of commu,- ilty interest will be discussed at his meeting. .guests of the Lanes eelebr'atinj her birthday. Mr. and Mre. S. A. Conklin returned Saturday from El Dorado, where they spent four weeks with their son. while there they laid the foundation fnr their new home, and they expect to rnove as soon as the house is completed, Tho Kost's were hosts at a spaghetti supper Saturday night. Among the 25 guests were. Miss Joe Puckett of Joplin, Miss Virginia Curry of Boonevillo, Gene Smith of Tahfequah.. and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kost of El Paso, Texas. Mrs. Emma Harlan has returned to Fort Smith after spending a few days envith Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harlan. The sophomore class sponsored a pie supper at the school lunch room Friday night. Miss Jean Bennett, niece'of Dr. F,rank Riggall, l who has spent the Winter here, left Sunday for New Orleans, where, she will take a ship to Brazil to join her parents, who have recently moved from New Zealand to Brazil. Miss Bennett was accompanied tn New Orleans by Mrs. Frank Riggall. Mrs. Edward Broyles, grand representative -of Arkansas, and" Mb. Joe Parks, worthy matron of Prairie Grove chapter, attended a banquet Monday night in Fayetteville, honoring the grand worthy matron of the Order of Eastern Star of Arkansas. Mrs.-A. T. Specdlin, who fell Saturday night breaking her arm and hip, was taken Monday in a Luginbuel ambulance to the County Hospital in Fayettevjlle', where she is a patiept.' Lt. and Mrs. Bob Blakernore of Tulsa spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Blakemore. Their son. Jim Bob, who has spent several weeks with his grandparents, returned to Tulsa with them. The Washington County Council of P.T.A. met at the Methodist Church In Prairie Grove Tuesday. Miss Milada Flak, county tfcalth nurse, spoke in the morning. Lunch was served in the educational building at noon. In the afternoon the high school chorus, under the direction of Mrs. J. Cartney, sang Mr«. Calvin, the Presbyterian · Church. The R ev G. C. Bidwell accompanied them. Advertise la UM TBttS--It Frank Holms and David "Mc- three numbers. .... ..m district president, installed the new officers. Mrs. W. F. Bell of FayetteviHe, new district president, gave a report of j the state meeting held in L i t t l e ; Rock and conducted a short b u s i - j ness session. Mrs. J. C. Parks, Airs. Casweli | Wilson, and Mrs. Donald Parks I left Tuesday morning for Little j Rock to attend the Arkansas! . _ Presbyteri-1 in the Pulaskj Heights ! OINTMENT-- *Conf«ujLanotti Dry Eczema Itch Quick, (ailing relief--ikin sacthed and toftcntd with Oil-rich Resinol Miss Weir's elude Amnrllll Poiso Viyere, Yon Damask program in by Caceinc; Hon I Handel; I "Elijah 1 ' Carissimi; Rose Be Hear Ye, Israel by Mendelssohn; Ask If Sweet, from Wid- Officers Announced By Wesleyan Guild The Pearl McCain Unit of the Wesley an Service Guilt! of t ho Centra) Methodist Church met at the liomp of Mrs. Pearl Walker on Norn Mission Avenue, Monday evening, Officers wet'fi nnnounceri as Mrs. Grace Strain, president; Mrs. Mabel Maddox, vico president: Mrs. Audrey Arinms, recording secretary; Mr, 1 ;. M»y Pierce, treasurer; Miss Oru Couch, promotion secretary; Mrs. Ruth Cowan, spir- tual life; Mrs. VjrRinia Prickett, use of leisurn time; Mrs. D. J, Collins, coordinator. Auxiliary Meets At Silas Campbell Home Mrs. Silas Campbell entertained (he N.F.P.O.C. Auxilim-ay at her home, 031 Wall Street, ypstrrdny afternoon. Spring flowers were arranged throughout the house in decoration. Mre. Crovor C.oirsc, nrosldrnt, presided during the- business session, after which a social hour was held and refreshments served by the hostess. The next m«t|nR will bo with Mrs. Herman Rlley, Mny 27. mung, Shumann, Zur Huh, Wolf; Chanson Francaisc, Havel; He Is Gone, McDonald; I Am Thy Harp, Woodman. Piano numbers liy Miss Maddox will include Preludes, Opus 28 by Chopin; Walt?, in A Flat Major, Opus 42, Chopin; Children's Cnr- ncr, Debussy. Club colon of green and gold were carried out I n . decorations and corsages, formed of gre*n and yellow dakies. Miss Mary Scott, UA sophomore, wai named ac the club's "Sweetheart," and officers fqr the year announced. Thf afternoon was spent in playing cards. » Mrs. Olivera, Hostess To Friendly Circle The Friendly Circle Club met Monday evening with Mrs. Roy Olivern. There were 12 members and one guest present. The devo- llon was given by Mrs. Clarence Rice, followed by roll call which was answered with a Bible verse. During the business session it was decided to have a miscellaneous sale in the near fufure. Games were played and Mrs. Johnny Clark received the mystery package. A spaghetti supper was served by the hostess after the meeting. Mrs. Rice will be hostess to the next meeting, May S. Pickering Service Adds New Staff Member Miss Velma Clark of Denver, Colo., hat joined the staff of Pickering Duplicating Service, it has been announced by Mrs. J. D. Pickering. Cominr here from Booth Fish- cries Corporation in Denver, Miss Clark has had varied experience as a stenographer, havi»g served in this capacity with the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company in Oklahoma City, Okla., the Army Air Force in Roswell, N. M., and with the American Embassy at Santiago, Chile. She is a graduate of Oklahoma A. ann M. Col- cge where she received 1 a background of journalism and advertising. Trowel and Spade Garden Club The Trowel a n d Spade Garden Club will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mre. Haskell Utley, 419 North Walnut Avenue. The program in charge of Mrs. O. H. Gamble, will be on African violets. T. E. L. Sunday School clan First Baptist The T. E. L. Sunday School Class of Ihe First Baptist Church will have its regular monthly meeting in the Prayer Room tomorrow at 2 p. m. Group two will be in charge of the program. Prairie. Grove Mr. and Mrs. Ed Watson of Liberal, Kon., are visiting Mrs. Watson s niece, Mrs. Vlirgil Couch. Other guests of the Couches over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Couch of Thorney, Ark and Mr. and Mrs. Mills Couch of Lincoln. ' Mr. and Pat BUrnham, parents of Mrs. R. c. Lane, her brother, Larry, of Paris and her sister, Mrs. Bentley Farnam and ton of Fort Smith, were weekend "Monthly Pains" stopped or amazingly r«ti«v«d In 3 out of 4 e«i«i In 4oct«n' ftsftl · Chances are -^ou're putting up -unnecessarily-- with the functionally caiiMd pains, cramps and weak, "no good" feelings of menstruation I For, In actual tests by doctors, Lydit ' , Pinitham's Compo ts by doct und brou , ght com- p/ete or striking relief from such distress in 3 out of 4 of the cases I LydlaPinkham'a 1* modern in its action! So ect LyBla K. Pinkham'i Vegetable Compound--or new. Improved Tablet! with added iron. See if--taken thfouib the month--ii doetn't give relief from trioM backaches,' Jitters--help you reel better be/ore and dimnt your period I Or--If you suffer from functional "hot _.ishe«" of "ch«ns* of life," /Ijjrt out hois u?onder/K[ Pinkhom't la /or that, tool It haa a lukllnf effrct an uterine etntrVllana "al The permanent so lavishly rich it's lipping cream compared to skim milk. Gives p love iestot waves, faster, easier! . Vtwr wile may wear th« pantt at hem* lut may thli pl*m* b* 'noted/ MN can't go through your pockoti T« Wnd out how you'vo votod. If A T C ff VI C ' ·· In Ihi Arkaniai Pharmactullcil AiiMlitlon'i Presidential Prlm.rr MAY 1-2-3 RICKETTS DRUG STORE V O T E HUTU UNMVUEO SOFT MTIHUINESS THKT U1K wrutt miu, CUM$ TO HMI WHILE PROCESSING IUIT MOTHIIII N.l.l-Te«l It little flili, lee. Wnei |t»lf yet M tjvlil they aWt Hit««;, U yen en, luylKellMU.,, OIIUII JIT wMiiiliet. ·MMVH fWimNIMI ··!·.,. ·E Hat... 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