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Saturday, April 26, 1952
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.'OtTHWiST AtKANSAS TUMI, f«ve*»vllU, AriwMeK Mwrchy, April 24,1*** '.'.'!'".j"J MIS. KATHIKN DOZKR itiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiniiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiii Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Family Night, Country Club, 7 Sunday . . . Osborne-King Recital, Concert Hall, 3 Signis Alpha lota Musicale-Tea, UA Art Center, 4 Monday . . . Hi Si Club, Clubroom, 7 B.P.W.S. Business Meeting, Women's Civic Clubrooms, 7:30 Washington Lodge One, Masonic Hall, 7:30 THIS'N'THAT ABOUT TOWN KATHLEEN DOZIER Something special has been planned for tomor- . row by members of the Sigma Alpha lota Fraternity in thetyay of a musicale and silver tea for the general public. Active members will feature music by American composers and special guest for the affair will be Janie Smith, violinist, daughter of the Lynn Smiths .of Springdale, who has recently received the Curtis Music Scholarship Award. Background music for the tea to be held in the gallery, will be provide? 1 by a quartet composed of Mary Gorham Parker, first violin; Vera Greene, second violin; ; Mary Janet Damon, cello; Ruth Myers Eagle, viola. Janie will be accompanied by her mother who is an alumnae member of the fraternity. * * * 40 Clubbers swung to the tune of "good ole mountain music" Wednesday evening at the Dark Bowl with Ruth Marty doing the calling. Barn dancing was in order and picnic refreshments of apples, sandwiches and coffee were served from tables covered with checkered cloths and. lighted by lanterns. Cottons and country clothes were the fashion and guests who joined in the fun were Mary and Wai lie Ingalls, Maurice and Ed McClelland, Dorian and Henry Tuck, Bill Burnett of Sinton, Texas, Mary Carolyn and Joe Pendleton and Betty and Warren Hannah. Those in charge were Lester and Heydon Lewis, Eileen and Troy Hendricks and Rebecca and Warren Gifford. * * * Archie Miller and Jack Slade have recently received honorary membership in Zeta Beta Tau fraternity from the supreme council in New York City, being the first in Arkansas to be granted honorary membership. Initiation will be tomorrow and they will be named to the board of trustees at the next board meeting. * * * "Come rain or sunshine" there will be an informal picnic feast at the Assembly Grounds on Mt. Sequoyah Monday evening at 5:30 o'clock. Otis Douglas with his wife, Eleanor, will entertain a host of guests, including University faculty, staff and friends. The menu will consist of the usual picnic fare but for variety and those who care for the sea-foods, there will be Chesapeake oysters and crabs. * * * Dr. James Lewis and son, Jed, of Columbus, Miss., have visited this week with James' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lewis. . . . Stopping here this week en route to Pittsburg, Kan., to visit their sister, Louise Cherry, were Madge Sailor and Virginia Mitchell of Washington, D. C. They were to be joined there by another sister, Betty Woodsworth of Chicago. While here they were guests of Mrs. John Myers and other relatives 7 * *. * Nita Ann Kincaid reports a wonderful.trip to Mexico with grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Emory Gose, Sr. Leaving here they drove to Fort Worth and on to Houston, where they were joined by the Emc/y Gose, Jr., family, driving together to Monterey, where they spent the Easter holiday. Returning with her grandparents, Nita Ann stopped in Fort Worth to hear II Trovatore and then on home. Mr. and Mrs. Gose left Thursday to return to Fort Worth . . . Also back home are Marian Brown and Edna Harding who have spent the past three weeks in Washington, D. C., and other points in the East. Marian attended as state regent the D.A.C. Convention in Washington a'nd .will be in Little Rock next Friday to give a resume of her trip at a meeting 'of the Lt. Samuel Cherry Chapter of D.A.C. . . . Ed Vandeventer is another who is shaking the dust from his feet following a tour of South America. . , . Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Murrell have just returned from a trip through Florida. Mr, and Mrs. Murrell visited his daughter, Helen Weatman and family at Clewster, Flo./while Mr. and Mrs. Lewis went on to Miami and Palm Beach. They returned to Clewster by the way of the Florida west coast, through Tampa and St. Petersburg,,, . Gladys Sonneman and daughter, Emile, returned this week from a trip to Davidson, N. C., where Emile was the guest of Curtis Ellison at the inter-fraternity spring parties on the' campus of Davidson College. Gladys made the garden tours in Charlotte, and says she had the privilege of playing the new Skinner organ at the Myers Baptist Church, which was to be dedicated the next day. Emile attended the school track meet and other sports contests..','. JuanitaTrumbo left from Siloam Springs Tuesday morning for New Orleans and a visit with parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Bass. She expects to be back home by Monday. Engagement Announced To Appear In Program Janie Smith of Springdalo, violinist, will appear tomorrow afternoon at the musicale to be given by Sigma Alpha lola in the Fine Arts Concert Hall at .1 o'clock. She will be accompanied by her motner, Mrs. Lynn Smith who is an alumnae member. The musicale will feature music by American composers. . and Mrs. Davis P. Richardson. Lt. Hicharc'son has just completed. Infantry School at Fort Bennlng, Ga. The engagement of Miss Jean | Mr. and Mrs. Floyd I-,., Wilson of Wilson .to Eldon Swift, son of Mr. and Mrs..F. R. Swift of Fayelte- ville, is announced by her parents, Prairie Grove. The wedding will be an event" of mid-summer.-Bob's Studio. Z.T.A. Graduates Entertained At Buffet Dinner A buffet dinner in honor of the graduating members of Zeta Tau Alpha, was given Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. O. H. Gamble on East Lafayette Street. Presiding at the table were Mrs. Bess Kell Boynton and Mrs. George B. Stuart. Others who assisted were Mrs. Harold Clinehens, Mrs. Carl Rose,' alumnae president,. Mrs. Leone Ramey. Mrs. John Skillern and Mrs. Paul Hcerwagen. Mrs. Louise Sloan, house mother, was also present. Seniors who \yere honored included Claudia Brown, Jean Marlow, Mary Ann Mohr, Wanda Chinn, Jane Poore, C1 a u d e 11 e Mundo, Patsy Mashburn, Pat Gate, Margaret Ann Tobin, Marilyn Morgan, Cissy, Cunningham, Sharla Oman, Lucy Lincoln, Frankie Redding, Daneile . Adcock, Virginia Haws and Mary John Skillern.. Special guest was Gloria Flowers, president of the chapter, who is not a senior. Following dinner, the group went to the home of Mrs. Haydcn Mcllroy for initiation. DeltaKappaGamma Elects Officers At Dinner Meeting The Iota Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma met with Farmington and Prairie Grove members Wednesday night for dinner at the Home Economics Cottage in Prairie Grove. Officers were elected as follows: Miss Velma Hall, Fayetteville, president; Mrs. Lynn Smith, Springdale, first vice president; Mrs. J. B. Hannah, Fayetteville, second vice president; Miss Jewel Caudle, Fayetteville, recording secretary; Miss Marie Brown, Farmington. corresponding secretary; Miss Kara Jordan, Fayetteville, treasurer; Mrs. Anna H. Holmes, Prairie Grove, parliamentarian. Ingetraud Beuster, Exchange student at the University, who is sponsored by 'the Delta Kappa Gamma, was a special guest. Mrs. Presley Askew gave a reading and the meeing was concluded with a social hour. 100 Register For Tri Delt State Meet Approximately 100 women have registered for the Delta Delta Delta State Meet being held today at the University Student Union. Features of the day's session include an nddress by Mrs, Mildred Brown Kelley, district president of Tulsa, Okla., a panel conducted by Mrs. Frances McDonald, Trident editor, Rogers, and entertainment during the luncheon hour furnished by members of the active chapter. The campus tour is scheduled to begin this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Penwomen To Organize In Norlhwesi Arkansas been designated by state president, been designated .slate president, Mrs. Virgil Barnwell, and executive officers to organize a branch of the National League of Pen- women in Northwest Arkansas. The 1 organization v/ill be held at Villa Ros-a nt 2:30 p.m., Tuesday. Active members from . Ozark, Berry villc, Harrison, Eureka Springs, Sulphur Springs, Rogers, Springdale, Summers and Fayetteville will form the charter and elect officers. When the charter is accepted by the national headquarters at Washington, D. C., applicants of Northwest Arkansas in the field of arts and letters will be eligible for membership. "Merry Wives of Windsor" ; 'Merry Wives of Windsor" held over for two additional performances, to be given Monday and Tuesday evenings at the University Theater. Springdale Civic Club The Springdale Civic Club will meet Monday afternoon -for a 1 o'clock luncheon nnd election of officers. Reports will be given from all committees. The program on "American Homes" will be given by Mrs. L. E. O'Keefc. Personals Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Carlson have just returned from Columbus, Ohio, where Mr. Carlson attended a meeting of college and university business officers. Dr. find Mrs. Lauren E. Brubaker of Hnrbor Springs, Mich., arrived Thursday night for a visit here with son, the Rev. Edward E. Brubaker and family. Lt. and Mrs. Davis B. Richardson and daughter, Clara Frances, have arrived here from Pittsburgh, Pa., to visit with his parents Dr. Washington Visitor, Watching Weird Doings Of Congress. Might Refuse To Believe Eyes BY JAMES MARLOVV Washington - (If) - You couldn't blame a stranger who wandered into Washington if he thought this place was across between Danny- brook Fair and a circus where everytime a head popped up, socko. I£ he'sat in the Senate gallery this week, watching that enormously dignified body at work, he would have seen it solemnly vote to abolish the RFC, Ihe gigantic government lending agency doing business since depression days, But it was a slight mistake. That was only the first go-round. The Senate had to cast a final vote. But before it did some of the senators who voted to knock RFC into the bleachers got up and left. So when Ihc Senate voted again, It voted to keep HFC, nil within the space of a few minutes. And if this same visiting stranger had been at President Truman's news conference yesterday he would have been astounded, like everyone else. The president calmly announced --he said it was the first time the news was being given out--that buck in 1045 or 1(M8 he gave Joe Stalin an ultimatum to get out of Iran. Since an malic language, is the last word ultimatum In diplo- bcfore war, a White'House aide came hrotind to set things straight. The aide cxlnlncd that the ulll- maltim wasn't really an ulll- Mr. and Mrs. Pete Head and daughter, Margaret, left Thursday for Piggott,. after receiving word of the death of Mrs. Head's father, G. R. 'Watson. Mrs. Maxinc Bowlin. of Springdale left Friday to join her husr band, Donald Gene Bowlin who is stationed at Fort Benning Ga. Mrs. Bowlin is the former Miss Maxine Bayley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. ,1. Bayley of Springdale, and Bowlin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bowlin of Sprincdale. Members of the Fayetteville Branch of the American Association of University Women, who ore attending the annual state convention of AAUW, being held :oday in Hot Springs, arc Miss vlary Drokn ; Mrs. Orin Henbest, Mrs. Dwight Isely and Miss Jean- ncllc Scudder, Mrs. Tseiy is slain president and will be in charge of all business sessions. Announcements Sorority Activities J Activve members of Tri Delta entertained today at, luncheon for active .and alumnae , for the stale meet, given at the chapter house. Starring in "My Diary" are (top photo) from left: to right. Laura Faust. Helen Swayzc, Barbara Mona^han, Mablc Arm Thwcntt, Ariha Belle White and Kathorinc Wheeler.--Pusha T1MESFOTO. In the lower picture"ore graduating members of Zeta Tim Alpha who were entertained ot dinner Wednesday night at the home of Mr«.O. H..Gamble, after WWch they were initiated into the'Alumnae at the home of. Mrs. Hoyden Mcllroy; They arc shown Jjoove vith alumnae members at the Gamble home. Mrt; B 2BS Kcll Boynton and Mrt. George B, Stuart af« shown at the table.--(Green's Photo) . . · .· · · · ''. · · · ··· · ' · · ' ···" '··: '"'·'.' B.P.W.C. The Business and Professional Women's Club will meet Monday at 7:30 p. m. in the Civic Clubrooms for a business meeting. Son's chapel Auxiliary The Son's Chapel Auxiliary will meet Monday night at 7:1)0 o'clock with Mrs. Curtis Crouch. II. C. Y. M. Youth Choir The U. C. Y. M. Youth Choir will meet in the sanctuary of Central Presbyterian Chuich at 2 p. m., Sunday. Anyon-i interested in joining the group is invitod to itlend the mooting. The choir will be available for youth croun services as well as any inter-ienom- inational services. Prunes are dried plums. He's TOO doings had been published years ago. Experience Helps Now if the visitor had been here a couple of weeks he would lake Ihis in stride,' remembering how he had thought he had seen everything when tie first arrived. That was Ihc day of Ihc double bouncing of Nowbold Morris and Altnrncy General J. Howard Mc- Gralh, which came right before the r,oof fell in with the stcil dispute. The night Ihc president t m k over Ihc mills the visitor--like everyone else--could have seen him on TV, blasting the mill owners for wanting "outrageous" price increases. Then, Ihc ncxl night, one of ihe owners was 01 blasting the president as a distorter of facts. tip In Congress, Iho Republicans, not at all u n m i n d f u l t h a t this is an clot-lion yonr when hay smells pice if you can mak" it, got up one by one and belabored the president as a dictator nnd usurper. Just to confuse things some more one of th» Ropublkins, Senator Morse of Oregon, hopped up to defend the president. At t h e same limn, two men on Ihe opposilc side of Iho political fence, a Republican and a Democrat, Senator Tafl and Secretary of Labor Tobl.i, tcarnerl up in | s e p a r a t e rpoooltos to pill the blunt mnitim. He said Ihe U. S. had op-: nn F.lsenhnwor for nnl h r l n j more orated through diplomatic chnn- specific on a f f a i r s at home, nels to express Us displeasure l i t ; It's going in be a warm sum Russia nnd besides news r/t those mirr, nur visitor might well t h i n k . To Meet Seniors First Lt. Marjorlc Wightman (above) and M/Sgt. Belly Jcsmcr of Ihe Fort Smith Army and Air Force Recruiting Stalion will be Bucsl speakers Wednesday al 'a special mceling of senior class in Fayeltcvilis High School to outline career and Iraining opportunities for young women who cnlisl in the Women's Army Corps or the Women in Ihc Air Force. Births Mr And Mn. Arli« Laa Brans Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Lee Evans of Fayetteville announce the birth of a daughter, April 25, at the County Hospital. Mr. And Mn. William C. Morton Mr. and Mrs. William C. Morion of Fayottevillp announce Ihc birth of a son, April 20, at the County Hospital. Mr. And Mn. Victor Mariani Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mariani ol Fayetteville announce the birth ol a son, April 20, at the Cily Hos- pilal. Although the Netherlands Is governed from the Hague, Amsterdam Is Ihc official capilal. WIUIAM ( I I R Y , retired rmiilc teacher, looks In good ftplrlta aa ho celcbratti hla 100th lilrthday In Chicago. (Inlcrnailinat) a)Verb«nai, Paluniai. Scarlat Saga and Monr Other Flow- aring Plants · Tomato, Pappar and Egg Planli · Summar Blooming Bulbi and Flowar Saadi A D A M S FLOWER SHOP Phona 310 33 N. Block wont you Get your free table setting diagram at Having frlendt in for a Sunday.night bumrt., 'lupper? With your free.topy of,me Garhfjm Sterling table telling diagram If» eo»y 'or you to wl your table the way leading horn*.'. decoraiort would. The diagram shows you, now to arrange an enchanting table thai will thrill your gueitt · · Slop in far your free dio_ today and set all 16 Gorhem* rl'mg paffarni -- fnen let fto fable thai will be the "(alt of fne /own". 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