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l--NORfHWBT AMAMAt TIMM, far*******, ArhamM. Thurwlay, April 44, 1MJ IfllMIIMMIIIIIMIIllllMIIIIMIJMtlMIIMIIIimiMIIIIMIMIIIIIIMIIMIIIIIIMIMIIIIIIIIHl m Society MRS. KATHUIN OOZIIR .Â·'limilllllllMMIIIlHIIIIMMliMllliillllllliiiMillliillMiiliilllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIII Â· Daily Calendar of Events Â· Tonight . . . Boy Scout BoÂ«rd of Review. First Presbyterian Church, "I Cub Scout Pack Sevtn, Wesley Â·Hull, 7 V.F.W.. I p f t V t . W e s i Center, 7:30 Far West Chapter Oric. R.A.M.. Masonic Hull, 7 Ml) Voiture 9S6, 40 Â»nd B, Legion Hut, 7:30 Friday . . . Contact Club. Washington Hotel, 1:M a. m. Fayjttevillc Boarrt of Cmmcll nf Church Women, Si. Paul's Parish House. Â» a. m. . Fayclteville .Board'of Realtors, Ferguson's, 12 Charity League, Mrs. Garland Melton, 1 Ida H.lr Recital. Art Center Concert Hall. Â« Prints With International Air Add Glamor to Your Wardrobe OLYMPICS TEAMMATES Librarians Schedule Spring Meet The Sprint. Library Meeting or state librarians and state library Rainbow Girls Elect Officers The Order of Rainbow For Girls m*t. Tuesday night in Ihe Mafonlc Hall for its regular meeling, at which lime officers were elected. They are: board members wll be held in three, regional conventions, districts three and five meeting in Fayetteville May 1, opening al 10:30 a. re- Counties to be represented in Congressional' District three are: Baxter. Bentnn, Boone, Carroll, Cr nr,d\sor MaVon^t'ot, I "*Â«- Â«Â» Â«Â» popple, for the Vel- liois Mitchell, worthy advisor; Val Ann Watson, worthy associate advisor; Rhonda Rhodes, charily; Dixie Peevy, hope: BUlle'Sue F.d- wards, faith; Camella Morrow, troasurer. All appointed, officers will he j -,_.,,..__., ,Â«,..., ,,. , . announced at a la-er dale. Girls ]\ EW YORK-(NtA)-P,ckmg a I Stttues placed in *Â«rly Egyp- j t l t n tombs are believed to be ] among the firit human attempts to portray individuals. By hitting 18(1 home runs In 1951. the Brooklyn Dodgers topped the National League in homers for the third consecutive year. Used by thousands In reducinl Jietn-- Junge's Roman MÂ«il oread Richie Asburn Â«( the Fhilidel- phia Phillies Â«ot most singles, Jfll, durinÂ« the 1951 National League And If. Amtrlc.'. mathcr-antf-cMld favorite. Tablet! Â·re l/Â« adult dote, eranie flavor**. BUT It today. MÂ«. BY r.AILK IJUGAS. NEA Woman'l Editor gan, Scott. Searcy, Sebastian, Buren and Washington. Those of Congressional District. five are Conway, Faulkner, Perry, Pope, Pulaskl and Yell. Â· Miss HÂ»7.ef Deal, Washington I County librarian will be hostess i lor the occasion, und Marcella j Grldcr will be program chairman. I Mrp. Jack Byroarie, Mrs Al?a y sn I erans of Ffirelj?n War* and plans werr Hlsrussori lo br carried nut fot' Grunri Assembly which will i be In Fayetteville. June 1S-J8. I fpbiic for home-sewing of .summer cottons takes an International aspects Ihrse rfays. Fabric designers have produced motifs thai, cover many imaginary milof, from continental Europe to the South Pacific. Traces of the Orient appear in' the flora) bands of one Persifln- Inspired cotton print. The idea for -- I t h i s came from an old Paisley M Mrs Eri Pusk ., )Rt , , his design originally hnndhlncked on ' *u h ^ Mrs,Le, ie Â«eed wi,, .,Â£ -- .Tspend^r .ee'kind '^"^ !Â·=' In Little Rock. Mrs. Wallace Pyeall returned i . be In charge of Juncheon arrange ments. Congressional District one will meet in Malvern. April 20th with j Tuesday night from a week's visit all counties of Congressional Dis- j w'th friends In Tulsa, Okla, * triets four and six. District two i _ -will meet in Forrest City. April I Miss Pearl Porter has' returned SOth with counties of districts one j nom e , rom pending a week In Â· nd two. Mrs, Troy Clark Entertains Iris Garden Club Mrs. Troy Clark entertained the Iris Garden Club yesterday at her home with Mrs, C. D. assistant Adklsson hoatesses, and Mrs. Dwight Morris. MrÂ«. F A. Long presided it the tÂ«Â« service and Mrs. F, F, Nonamaker served the cake. , Â·-. Mrs. Nonamaker, prealdent, appointed a program committee for the year, which Includes Mrs. Charles Cllnehens, Mrs. Urban Holland and Mri. P. A. Long. In keeping with National Garden Week. Mrs. Nonamaker plans to entertain next Wednesday with i dessert luncheon at 1:SO p.m. Each member is to be responsible for a flower arrangement to be judged by ladies yet lo b*' appointed. Mrs. I. J. Kirkpatrlck read the poem of the niorith, "Goldenrod Owns Thin Field." Mrs. Cllnehens read a paper on "Pay or Spray." and i paper was also presented by ' Mrs. M. K.' Williamson on of Cut Plants." "Care Mrs. M. 0. Doolittle, secretary, gave Â« review, of the past year's work and gifts for perfect attendance were received by Mrs. Lerov Burrls,' Mrs. Long and Mrs Kansas City. Mo., with her cousin, Mrs. Carl V. Rice and family. Ed Vandeventer returned yesterday morning from spending the winter months on a South Amcrl- san tour. Wednesday Club was enler- tained yesterday by Mrs; Berl Lewia with luncheon al the Washington Hotel. cotton \voven with scrape stripes. This means t h a t a foreign flavor hns been added lo the stripes that are golnc everywhere this year in the good company of gingham, chnmbray, seersucker and pique. Siam Is represented by a print that depicts a stylized native man with fancy feathered headdress in three confetti colors. And veins of gold flash on a metallic print inspired by old French brocades. -* Japanese silks provide the idcn '' for pastel prints with d n i n l y . pirn- j pie floral .imasery. Another Far | _ Eastern print shows a geometric i " nil-over stamp resembling the ris- | Ing sun. i Batik-type prints are back, look- I Ing new in a ranpe of impression- : istic moderns. All of these prints are sanforized providing real insurance against shrinkage. Gay cotton left, makes a sun : dress (Pattern No. K691) in Mexican scrape ytripes. Cover-up . comes via a brief jacket in a solid : color that, picks up a color in the stripes. This can be made in sizes ; eleven to twenty. i Siamese influence shows, right, j In separates. ,(The skirt is Pat- ; tern No. 8S95 and the blouse ir, i . Pattern No. Â»5Â«fl.) Circle Skirt has a high, peaked xvaistbnnd: the blouse has- the new.^highcr neckline and brief sleeves. These arc in sizes eleven to eighteen. j METTY Marjurie Haineji. 24, Gwynncd Valley. Pm.; only woman on tht II. S. Olympics equestrian team, si.iilvs up at her mount. Flying Dlltch- ' man. nl Sleepy Hollow Country club, Scarborough, N. T,. She will ' m a n e u v e r t h e horse In Intricate gymnastic* without guiding him in any way. It is a tricky, ccnturics-olil art Â· (International Soutidp/ioio; wont you SHAKE f about two weeks hy the v/ny of Â· Roger Peabody. once a member j of New Hampshire's varsity ski loam, is now the president nf the New Hampshire state board of basketball officials. Mrs. Arthur flrnwn nnd Mrs. A. M. Harding have returned from a trip to Washington, D. C., and other points In the East. Mrs. Don Trumbo left yesterday morning for New Orleans. La., where she will visit for a few days with her parents, Dr. and MrÂ». C. C. Bass. John L. Inihoff. head of t h e University Industrial Engineering department, will attend a meet- Ing nf the American Society lor Advancement of Management, in New York City. April 24 and 25. Flrsl Htuol M. Allison, Miss Milada Ptak. county henllh nurse, will attend a public h e a l t h meeting In Llttl* Rock Friday and Saturday. Tfte clinic at Ihe h e a l t h unit In the County Hospital will he closed Saturday. Dr. P. C. Sandal, assistant pro_ ^ fessor of agronomy at iho Univer- i Allison, a graduate nf Temple Uni- i Charles Salverson. iV Huh voted j '". v - ls attending the Southern I versily, worked w i t h Ihe Veterans to Suraish .flowers for the chapeM pasture and forage crop improve-1 Arirrinistralion al Fayettevllle, ' ment conference being held at I prior lo entering the A i r Force on University, in I February 7, 1952. She attended an Denver. Colo., where they visit friends. Ma.l. ,'ind Mrs. L. B. Wantuck arrived yesterday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wanlu-ik. | Tnf Cleveland Indians' pitching Ma). Wantuck flew from Korea; ,,,,,, of F( , llpri Lemon, W.vnn, to Sun Krancisco. C a l i f , on '}'"-| Rrlssle. Garcia, Grnmek will' re- rial business and while In Ihe i roivp ,, ,, ornb i n( , ri sa |, ry or $ 200 Slates is I n k i n g a short leave. Mrs. |' nno , nr lMr ._,, pffnrl!! ; Wantuck *has California. been residing in WE'LL HOLD YOUR COAT AND MIND YOUR GLASSES If you wont to flel into lhÂ« fight WITH YOUR VOTEI Â« v A v p V U I E 1 v ' fc .In tha Arkansas Pharmaceutical AsEocialion't Prssidential Primary Election MAY 1-2-3 RICKETTS DRUG STORE V O T E Dean Ocorpre F'. Hranigan nf the College of F.npinoerinp and Mrs. Branlgan will spend Friday and Saturday I n - Lincoln. Neb. Dr. R r a n i g a n will attend the 25th reunion (if Ihe founders of Thetn XI fraternity at the University of Nebraska. He will also give the I address .1! (he Founders' Day lian- quei at the Cornhusker Hotel on Saturday evening. member nf Ihe Amerii'an Association nnr\ the Pennsylvania : Stnte Nurses Association, has re- porled for duty as fin Air Fo.-ce nurse at the hospital at Reese Air r'orcn Baso, Texas. L i e u t e n a n t at the VA Hospital for the month of June. Mrs. Meade Fishback. Jr., who Is leaving soon, received Â« gift. The meeting war concluded with plans for Ihe birthday party in May to be with Mrs. Doolittle. Sigma Alpha lota TV. f Tt zs st * Pm ' ln l n p Concert Hall. 1 O VjlVe rrOgram j She will he ,issisteri hy Mary A n n e A i cj| T 1 I y a d ri ox. Fflyetteville, pianist, i AflU olIVC" lea. !Cnmlyn Rhodes, Faycltevllle, w i l l .. . , Â· . 'be arcompanist. . Music by American composers ! will be featured by active m e m - . ,, . .7 . ,, ,. hers of Sigma Omicrnn Chapter of I Mr. and Mrs. A r l h u r (.nssal Sigma Alpha lota, national p r o . i " n r i MrF ' R n h h l r D a n n r r will fesslonal music fraternity, who leavt Monday for California. They will visit Mrs. Cassat's son. Har- Louisiana State' Raton Rouge, today and tomorrow. Ida Weir of L i t t l e Rork a soprano, will be presented in her senior recital by the University j bama's top cHudkislcs (or the var- departrnent of music Friday, April " ' ' . Â· ~ . . ~. 25, at Â» p. m. in Ihe Concert Hall. Officers' .Indoctrination .School al Gunler AFB, Alo.. prior to reporting for d u t y at Reese. no of tho University of Ahi- sily tennis squad is David R J R R R . nephew of the fmnous not s=tar Bobby HiRRs. .lock Coninhs, baseball coach al Duke for 32 years. WH.Â« sicned by Connie Mark to play with the j Philadelphia AlhlHirs in inns. will appear In a program Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock in Ihe Fine Aria Concert Hall. Those lo appear are: Jane Patlon and Janet Lester, dun-piano; Vera Jean Riddle, contralto; Dorothy Oswald, piano: Margaret Gentry, vnllln; Vivian Jorgensen, tiombone: Mary .Ijne Watklns, soprano: Betty 'Moore. piano; chapter's pledges, group of fraternity fonss. Accompanists will be: Robert Smith, Carolyn Hhnlns. V i v i a n Jprgenten and Dornlhy Oswald. Alumnae members are in r h u g c of a illver tea In be held In Ihe , Gallery Immediately following the musical. The public Is Invited t o i Â·Item!. ^ old Hulsey and family in WhltÂ» Her, and son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kmard in Long Reach. They will return in ftummHge snle. Central Pres- b y t e r i a n C h u r c h , corner S I . Charles and Dirksnn. Friday a f t - ernoon, A p r i l 2Mh. Advertise In the TIMFS --It nÂ«Tl Perfume ' lÂ«--Dear fenny: I ai(nrÂ». per fame, hat fnr tnme reason ni other He fragrance JnÂ«t dÂ«ea nnli lail in me. | hare Inld Â·f mr frlenifi that 1 want a new i erfrme, bnl Hnl I mi*Â«i ftnH Â«nl . tbmrt * liillnii me.--Mm. A. W. A,--A pirtieuUrly jood ideÂ« lor women who claim that per- fumÂ« doei not "itiy - wfth' thÂ«m" in Â· Liquid Skin Sachet. It imoothr nn the skin very easily, Â·nd linger* lonter beraime of Ms MclMt hlse. It hM Â» Â»|owÂ«r rill Â·f Wftnlon tnd *vÂ»pÂ»rÂ«tlÂ»n Ihiin ^Â·nytUMr typÂ» of frÂ«Â»rÂ«nee. Try thll'MfHihlfan! Chantlllv Liquid Skin Michel. Only fl.lJ plui lax Â»t Quikfr - - Special!! 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