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Friday, April 25, 1952
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fr NOTHWMT AMUHXU TIM* Ny»H.Hb, AriMinw, Ffhtay, April 25, 1M1 IIUIHIIIHHMIUMIIIIUIIIIIIlllllllll KATHUM · OOZIeV NIIINHttttmlHIHIIIIIIIIIHIIIIlliiimillimiilillllinillllllllllllllllHimi I ;( · Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . ^. Ida Weir Recital, Art Center Concert Hill, 8 , . Tri Delta HeilitrkUoB.»'iid ; C:«««, Chtpt*r'HbUM, §'«. m. r«mlly ' ' ' ' Wedding Announced - i ··* i;','····· . '·'-'' *f'. ' . , . . . 5 M«). Gen. tni Mrs. Bryin I* Mllburn.innoUnce the marriage of " ' d a u g h t e r , Ann, to Albert Reynoldi Beit, April 9, at Phila- i,Pi. .Mr. Beal Ii the ion oj Mr«. Joseph W. Darling of t .HUi;' Phllidelphlt,' ind th« lite Albert Reynolds Beal of palt, N. Y..: Before, entering military, iervict it Fort Bel- V*, Mr. Bell *»« · ftudent «t Harvard University. Mrs. Beal ·'·tptnt. the winter with her parent* In Tokyo, where General Mllburn l tt iitlgned to the itiH o( Oen. M«tthtw B. Rfdfwa.v as G-l. Mist Mllburn ll the granddaughter of Mrs. L. E. Hill nf Fayettevllle. Commerce Wives Club Meets At Spriggs Home 'Commerce Wives met with Mra, Darrell Sprinn, 741 West Wll- Street, Thuridiy afternoon i, club meeUhij.- Co-hoiteuei, t wiih : Mrs."8pri|fi, Were rt. T arl Thibobeaux"*l)d Ml»s riflin Barlbw. ' . . · · · · " . · v.'-'"'.A baby picture contest was con. ducted,*-each member bringing a pre-tchoo) picture ol her husband/and herself. Identifying the rhwt-jiicturw.'Mra. W. A. Oulnn wa« winner of the prl7.e. The remainder of the meeting was spent in playing games and In conclusion, refreshments were served. Baldwin Club Has -,$JM ^..s.- - . ' · · ^ . · . ' · Iixtile Demonstration a?f- ~'- f ·· ' .....': ; ' ·' The Baldwin Home Demonstra- "qh Club m«»- Wednesday with · ·«. R. W, Hughey. Sixteen mem- ,-T' were present and three uejtaj'· Mrs. Keith Shofnor, Mrs. j r u d u p and Mrs. Jennie ·Lindner. '*rPlans lor. attending the County ·-Council meeting were' made and .tentative "plans for a fair booth were discussed. Mrs. Sue Hicks, .clothlnf leader, discussed the importance of labels and workman- §ln ready-made articles. Miss f Jane Baker, assistant Home onsfratlph- agent, finished the oncustlon by, living the comparative points of'cheap and better made/garments. She also told of the differences of thread count St.Joseplt A S P I R I N pm uuisr sun ATM and printed or woven, colors In yard goods. Mra. Lindner of Rogers gave a demahltratlon of textile painting and displayed'gome of her own work; An auction sale, netting $14,25, wat reported. Mrs. Pink V«n noose was auctioneer at the ·aale, a quarterly .event. .Mrs. Frank Fletcher won the mystery package and Mrs. Leonard Couch and Mrs. Jack Greal- ·nouM. received' .gifts fromylth^lr 'rtcret...frlendsi- · · · . ·' --.The.meeting.was closed by. repeating the club collect In unison, Tri Delia Mothers Plan Spring Picnic The Trl Delta Mother's Club met with Mrs. Jock Reed, Tues day, with,Mrs. Harry Wilson as cq-hostcss. A salad course was served to several members of the club. . : . The business meeting was callci to order by Mrs. Jeff Duty, vice president, acting in the absence qf Mrs. Bob Maddox, president Plans were made for. the annua TH Delta spring picnic, to l:e held n May at the home of Mrs. Joe Bates. Cub Scouts. Display Kites And Hobbies Thirty Cuh Scouts and parents of boys In Pack Seven attended a Cub Scout meeting last night at Wesley Hall, Central Methodist Church. During the evening, snmcs were played and hobbles exhibited will each Cub telling" about his par tlculn'r hobby, Kites made by thi Cubs during the month were shown and judged. Winners for the best construrtci kites were; Jimmy McClelland first-place; Bobby West, second David Dykes, third; Dick Garey fourth. 1 OS SASEMENT STORE ON THE LINE ·;. . o n the 'graceful curving line, hi the many-lined patt tht airy meih caat«..The ' . . , hi the many-lined pattern that airy meih caat«..The prettiwl iln 'your wardrobe, It takes , you walking on · cloud-inn foam Mbbtr htef cushion. Blue l«ith«r Md iMth and Black White leather and math. only. o! \' Mrs. Alice Campbell Observes 75th Birthday '. Mr«; L. L. Winkle entertained Thursday afternoon In her home, 641 Wall Street, with a birthday parly honoring her mother, Mr«. Alice Campbell v/ho"vra'i observing her 75th birthday. Games were played with prizes "won by .Mrs. Frank Lee and Mrs. L. Phillips. Many gifts were received by Mrs. Campbell. Re- freehments of birthday cake and Ice cream were served to the following gvcsls: Mrs, C. E. Williams, Mrs. n. D. Jones, A. Holiday, C. Mayers, A. ilnard, Frank Lee, J. M. Kinzer, L, Phillips, A. L. Hazclton, ,F. M. Brown, Norris Clark, George Elam, B. Fitzgerald, Mrs. Nell Winkle and Mrs. Steve Toncy. House Warming Given Af Ricketls Home A surprise house warming wa* given last night in honor of Mr. and 'Mrs. Oier.r. F.ickclts with 35 friends calling at their ne\y lorrie, 1013 Vandeventer, while hey were out for dinner with friends. Guests were met at the door by Mrs. Evertt Campbell. Punch and cake were served 'rnm a lace covered tab.'e cen- crcd with pink rosebuds and vhite. snapdragons. Mrs. Willis nicketta anrt Mrs. Robert Reiser presided at the table. 'Plans and arrangements were n .charge of Mrs. Cal Collins, Mrs. Campbell and Miss Pearl Porter. --·Mr. and Mrs. Rickefts, who were also observing their 3Ist w e'd 'd I n g anniversary, received many gifts. Announcements Kellog Foundation For Practical Nurata ' The second unit of the Kellog Foundation for Licensed Practical Nurses will hold » school Monday through May 2, In the Nursea Home at the City Hospital. Classea will be held from 7 to 9 a. m. and from 3 to 5 p. m. Trl DelU State Meet The Tri Delta State Meet will be held tomorrow beginning with registration, and a coffee at the chapter house at R a.m. The attendance of every active and alumnae member In this am li requested. Meetings are scheduled for 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., fol- Inwlng luncheon at the - chapter house. me engagement of MIH Mary Lou Pearce to Allen L. Dunn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dunn of Waktn, Texarkana; Neal Moore, El Dorado: Charles Churchwell, Little Rock; Frankie Joan Redding, Springciale; Eugene W. Lambert, Jr., Memphis, Tenn.; Cecil M. Mclvin, Fayetteville; Robert E. Thompson. Oak Grove, La.; Robert E. Hall, Little Rock; .and Luther C. Biggs, Conway. .Miss Heckathorne Honored At Party Miss Zclda Heckathorne w a s honored last night with a surprise "joing-away party, given at her home. Hostesses were Mrs. James Cunningham and Mary Tunstill. Frienda. called during the evening between the hours ol 8:30 to 9:30 o'clock, and many farewell gifts were received by the honoree. commencement speaker at'Scran- ton High School. Dr. Bent also addressed the Methodist Men's Club of. North Little Rock the night of April 23. Three representatives of the University Student Union are attending the 29th annual convention of the Association of College Unions at Stillwater, Okla., April 23-26. They are Mrs. Earle Lawrence, supervisor of the Student Union; Miss Louise Chenault, manager of the food service, and Patty Murphy, University student from Fort Smith, a member of the Student Union Board. ! Personals Fayetleville, Is announced by her parents,. Mr. and Mrs. Pcarcc, also of Fayetteville. Miss Pearce is a graduate of University High School and the Fayetteville Business College. She ployed at the First Na'ional Bank. Mr. Dunn also graduated from University High School and attended the University. He has just returned froni a year's service in Korea, and will he employed at the Railway Express Company. The wedding will b« an event of late summer. U.A. Sociol News Eugene Lambert. Jr., Memphis, Tenn., was named president of the students in the College of Business Administration. Other ofiiceni are Dick Izard, Van Bureri, vice' president: Korma SWbWMIeld, Fayetteville, jecre- tiryi.'.tnd'Jei'ry Qreen, Fort Smrth, treasurer; ..... -· ...".'::: Class officers in the college include: senior class -- Tom Rancy, Little Bock, president; Don Henderson. . Wilmot, vice president; Catherine Cox. Fulton, secretary; junior class -- Tony Dickinson, F'rigland, president;- .Tune Dalton, Trinidad, Colo., secretary; Bob Floyd, Fort Smith, treasurer; sophomore class -- Georgo Morgan, El Dorado, president; Curtis Shipley, Fayetteville. vice president; Margaret Ann Wood. Pine Bluff, secretary, and Dick Reid, Blythe- vllle, treasurer. Mrs. M. Cunningham of Okmulgee, Okla., arrived last- night to visit her daughter, Mrs. Thad Rowden, Jr., and family. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Parker of West Spring Street have as their house guest, Mrs. E. Ketchen of San Francisco, Calif. George J. Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Davis of .Fayettevilli was recently promoted to the rank of sergeant first class while serving with the 24th Infantry Division on Honshu. Mr., and Mrs. E. J. Woodland left Thursday 'to return to their home in Norristov/n, Pa,, after a week's vacation visit with Mrs. Woodland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Scott. Also guests in the ·Scott home for the weekend were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Rundell of Jiartles- vllle, Okla. David Collins, formerly of Fayetteville, is one of four instrumentation engineers selected by the Boeing Aircraft Company to aid in tests of- the new YB-52 Stratofortrcss. The YB-52, America's .newest and largest jet bomber, began flight tests last week. ·Eleven College of" Business Administration students were elected :o membership in Beta Gamma Sigma, national scholarship honorary organization. They are J. T. Scott, North Little R=ck; Lewis Callison, Fayetteville; Tony G. wont you lastemark Try Our SANITONE'S NEW MOTH PROOFING SERVICE Guaranteed six months against damage done by moths or until the garment is cleaned again. LADIES -With this service you can keep your light weight wools out for summer wear without any fear of moths! 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Members of the Arkansas Institute of Electrical Engineers wen to Tulsa, Okla., yesterday for a two-day field trip to visit scvera manufacturing concerns, an oi refinery, an airlines repair depot and the Chamber of Commerce In the group were Fook Kong Li Hong Kong, China; Adarin Farmer, Mena: Frank Car], Fort Smith. Clifton Vineyard, Hampton; Jini Reynolds, Fort Smith; John Dyke ?ort Smith; John Vinson, Bakersfield, Calif.; Gene Spriggs, Harrison; Art O'CJuinn, Nashville; ·liram Cooper, Hot Springs; Oscar Stadthagen, Managua, Nicaragua and John E. Biegel, assistant processor of industrial engineering. 'Miss Mexico* Births fivand Mra. Clifford Bowen · Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bowers it Lowell announce the birth of a on, April 24, at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Athel Baker Mr.; and Mrs. Marion Athel r of Fayetteville announce he birth of a .daughter, April 25, t the County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. David Burleson Mr. and Mrs. David Burleson f Fayetteville announce the birth f a daughter, April 24, at the ounty Hospital. SINORITA Olga Llorena Perez Cat- tillo will be Mexico's candidate for title "Misi Universe" at beauty pageant In Long Beach. Cal., during week of June 3. Currently ihe la "Mlaa Mexico" In spring festival in Mexico City. International J Uted by UNHitudi t* rtduelot · ' I Roman U*tl bmd. 1MI-M Alkc'sBeautyShop NOW UP TOWN 7H E. MT. ST. Perm. Late*! StrUi, RtauaabU Prim PhaiM 620 or 3131 · V*rb*pii, Petunlai, Scarlet Safe and Many Other Flew- ering Plants »Temato, Pepper ud Egg Planii 0Summ«r Bloomtaff Bulbi lad Flower Btadi A D A M S FLOWER SHOP Phon. 320 , . . 19 N. Block One small VOTE at the proper time Will help, no doubt about it, ·lut win or lo», your candidate, Cannot do without it. 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