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2 -NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMIJ, Ftjyittvrllk, Aikaimn, Monday, April 28, 1952 MiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniMiiniiiuiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiii { State Officers Elected MRS. KATHIKN DOZIER iHiiiillllliillliilllllllllliiiMMiiiiiMiiiiMiuiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiniiiiiiMiiiiiiilliliiiii Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . , HJ Si Club, Clubroom, 7 . · BJ?.\V S. Bitting?! Mtttins, Women's Civic Clubrooms, 7:30 on Lodge One, Maronic. Hall. 1:30 Tuesday . . . LJons Club, Fergusons, 12 Ki'.vanis Club. Washington Hotel, .12 Chi Omo?a A l u u n a f , Mrs. Clitton Wadt, S:.lo Sub Deb Club. Suj Gate, 1 Naval Reserve Composite Unit,,Eason Builrting, 7 306th Military G m T i n m f n l Group, 112'.* Wcr-l Onli-r Slrerl. 7:311 Year 'Round Garden Club Has Election Of Officers Mrs. A. A. Ladc-n.WM. hostess st the Country Club, to the Year ·Round Garden Club fhor«rl».v. Members present w n e Mrs, Royce L»ntford, Mrs. Stalin Matthews. Mrs. C. B. McCoy, Mrs.'Jry P r a t t Msrkhani, Mm. Wallace Oliver, Mrs. Myrtle Hhea. Mrs. R. O. Woodruff. Miss Klesnor CJulnn. Ptys. Price Dlckson, Mrs. B » r l Phillips »nd Mrs. B. F. Harper. Guests were Mrs. C. L. Prntt, nnd Mrs. W. E. N. Phillips. ·The sp^llns for the sardeh club mtetinj WM decorated w i t h boil- qi«t* of varicolored tulips and lilacs, while Ihe outside view Included dogwoods «nd red buds. f?oll call WBE responded to by "Wh«t other slate .clubs «re accomplishing." Ml" Qnlnn served as cttrelary in Ihe absence nf Mrs. Feathert. Guests were introduced, flnanrliil report from the treasurer w|S heard, and correspondence Jrom stale officers were read. Mrs. E.. A. Matthews, stale president, announced the a n n u a l Convention of Garden Clubs In Little Rock, Thursday,and Friday r.f this week; »n Invitation from Mrs. Louise Rexrorlc. "chairman, to a lecture ·nd flower arrangement meeting, by Mrs. J. J. Tniscott, sponsored by' Slloatn Springs Garden Club, THE CONNIVING PREFECT OF ROME . . . ls played by Louis Siliui In "FibloU," the 4lh Century A. D. film »ner- Ucle, produced In Rome, and presented by Jules I.eve.v wllh Mlchele Mortun, Henri Vldul ind Michel Simon In ilnrrlnit roles. Kalou, famous trtor of Italian films, contributes an outstanding performance In the film which opens on Wednesday at the UARK Theatre Ihrourh United Artists release. Thursday, was read, A l a i s e n u m - ber of Year 'Round members sinned up to a t t e n d . Mrs. E. A, H i l l Rave Hie report of the N o m i n a t i n c ( ' o m m i t t e ? . Clf- flcers named lor lil52-M are Mrs. Price n i r k r o n , president; Mrs. H. W u r d l n w , vice president; Mrs. Tom Feathers, re-elected as secrctary- Ireasurcr. Mrs. Lnnsfotd jtavir o report on t h e progress of Fayetteville Garden Clubs F l n w e r Show, to be held in Wesley H a l l , May 7lh. Flower Show schedules were passed In all present. Each member Is expected to assist in p u t t i n g over the show It was announced. A committee of three, M r s . M a r k h a m . Mrs. Matthev.'K, and Mrs. McCoy, were n a m e d to provide flowers for Ihe chapel at t h e Veteran's Hospital (or Ihe m o n t h ot J u l y . Floral I n s t a l l a t i o n of o f f i - rers nnd new members w i l l he held st the May nicellng. Mrs, Phillips, recently e l e c t e d j Clubs, was Introduced as Kiicst speaker on the program. M r s . Phillips gave high l i g h t s on advantages and b e n e f i t s nf clubs belonging to a slate, f e d e r a t i o n , following this w i t h a t a l k on hor recent lour -if South America a f t e r which she showed colored slides of South American srnnos. During the social hour, cake, coffee, n u t s and m i n i s were served in the d i n i n g room by the hostess. Penwomen To Organize Branch League 150 Attend H.D. Meeting At Springdale |D 8 ughfers~Of~Demefer The Washington County Council | Clnrf Klou/ flffimrc if Home Demonstration Clubs m e t ! EICLI M C n U M I K / I J « A..J Urr U T l' H 'l u ' "*· "· '· and Mrs. Pat Henry o! Springrtale : D n r j i p r gave a reading, "Ma's First P u l l - : r d l IIC3 man Ride." j About ISO women attended anrl T a school girl box lunch \va.- oaten t at noon. . , . . . . , A pcnt's of dn55ert bridge par- lif.s wort 1 civnn last week in honor f,, Mr?. II. T. Ivry, who left Sat- urrla.v w i t h hor husband for A - ^ n n l l o , Tcxa?. whpre Dr. Ivey w i l l be w i t h the Veterans Hospital. Those cnterlaininf! for her were Mrs. E. H. Sayle and Airs. John Thursday nt the First Methortift ' . Church ni Sprisndnle for its sec- ( The Daughters of Dnneler mr-l j ond q u a r t e r l y meeting. Hostess i Thursday at V/Pstey H a l l fnr t h e i r clubs wp«e Apple Blossom, F.lm ; spring lunrheon anrl business furry, Mrs. W i l l i a m Christiansen, Sprint's, Friendly Neighbors and I m r c t i n n The following officers Mrs. Harvey Joyce, Mrs. Clement ' Victory. The merlins was called to order at 10:311 a.m. by the Council nresi- ·"'"'" . , i dent. Mrs. Hush Williams. Croup ' . Prlsl " 1 ' singing was led by Mrs. T h a y e r ' vlrr P r p Shelton nf the R u r a l Ruilders w i t h ; secretary, Mr: Mrs. Howard Anderson at the piaoo. Roll call was answerer! with | were elected for the next school C r n n d a l l , Mrs. Frank Knox, and ypar: ; Mrs. Sam AlcNair. i ' President, Mrs. Carl l!:incnck; ' A luncheon was also fliven for ·lent, Mrs. Joe Fleminc; · Mrs. Ivey by Mrs. Florence Lemry. a n d in conclusion a dinner for four line jinnies, Riving tips on "Good G r o o m i n g . " .Principal ! speaker was Mrs. Harris Rhea of t'ayeltevillc, who spoke on "Better Grooming." Mrs. Khea said. "Beauty is not a gift for only a special f e w . Good RroominR is like a garden, it must bo c u l t i ! vated." She gave many tips on the I care of hair, hands and skin and Mrs. Joe Fleming Named iTri-Delta State l.St.-ilc o f f i c e r s nf Tri-Delta, i n s t a l l e d Saturday at HIP m e e t i n g hold here in fhc Student Union, are, i f r n m l e f t In r i f r l i t , Mrs. G r a h a m Loupp, K a y c t l p v i l l r . set-rotary; Miss M a r g a r e t Thompson, Little R u c k , h r r o s u r c r ; Mr*. Joe Fleming, Fayctlevllle, president; Mrs, Wood row Durdcn, Fort Smith, vice-president; Mrs. .J. K. Burrus, T e x a r k n n n , recorder. (Aubcrt Martin photo). president ami now t'dilnr nf Trident, Tri-Delta's n a t i o n a l publication. I n s t a l l a t i o n of new officers by Helen Whitcside La Gree of A l t n s , Okla., .district chairman, brought the business session to a close. As an extra a t t r i t i o n In the viritors, a c t i v e member? conducted a lour of the University campus. A m o n g visitor? for the day were Miss M a u r i HP Hnovrr, president of t h e Oklahoma Stair Dean's Association, along w i t h her mother, Mr?. D. E. Hoover and sisters. Mrs. Marion Onelsby, fnr- nier t r a v e l i n g representative (or W a r d - R e l m n n t College f»r \Vom- rn, and Miss Fern Hoover, all of O k l a h o m a City. The three sisters are Tri-Deltas. from Baker U n i - versity. gave a demonstration showing proper use of cosmetics. The Elrn Springs Club presented an original skit, written by Mrs. Wanda Barker, entitled ''Beaut Carl Rn.cp; treasurer. Mrs. R. IX Staten. Guests were Mrs. .Ine Covington, and Mrs. Paul W i l l i a m s . Mrs. M. C. K i k , chairman of Ihe Hades? Committen. invited the yroun to her h n m p for bridge nnd in social h n u r following t h e l u n c h - - o f Virginia Hicks. con. Prizes were won by Mrs. D. \ A. Brown, Mrs. Warren G i f f n r d Mrs. Kyle Enclcr, Mrs. Joe Flem- ! ina. Mrs. Harlan Smith, and Mrs. J. P. Fulton. h n t h Dr. nnd Mrs. Ivey was given by Chaplain and Mrs: Leroy Burri?. Miss Margaret Thompson of L i f - lle Hock, v/as the weekend guest Refreshments worn served hy (he rnmmittee. composed of Mr?. M. H. M r C l u n c , Mrs. I,. T. I , a n k - fnrd, Mrs. Alii** Chisholm, Mrs. at Breakfast." The script was read J n h n W h i t p - Miss Franccs W a t ( s by Mrs. barker with Mrs. Harry iWr}: - J - K - GriPR. Mrs. Carl Hose, Jiiyroe and Mrs. Jim Smith taking ! ar) d Miss Louise Chenault. j,art. "~" " " Mrs. ,J. C. RlcKinnoy of Apple Blossom C.'iiib pave the devotion, usinK as her topic, "Peace." Mr?. McKinncy likened efforts toward jieace to a river fed by many small i M r w i m s and reminded the group j You may bRsuffering needlessly from Our united efforts and prayers the functionally-caused cramps, pain cnuld be the means of world and weak, "no pood" feelings tin? to peace." The devotional hour was menstruation! For -- i n actual Ic3ts closed by Mrs. Donaldson of j by doctors --Lydin Plnkham's Corn- nPng n |±r C ? ^ ""* " A " ^ %Z£ffl^£?!SF«Y«TM NO MONTHLY CRAMPS... NOT EVEN ON FIRST DAY BETTER for less money! v R»IIIK- FM °^y tn e "; m« Al'clshav. cxclusivt ntw. patented pE»MApiio,.i lhat assures excellent per'"Since under extreme heat and hu. niidily- Come i ------- Mrs. Pearl Fielder and Burlie P h i l l i p s of the Friendly , A b o u t 10(1 women from points I nver ArkiiHMis, Kaslrrn Oklahoma I ,-itul rout hern Missouri R a t h e r r d ! at the Delta l o t a Chapter House i Saturday morning for Ihe rrsis.- : trillion and coffee hnur which of- · f i n a l l y bc-nan Delta Delta Delta's a n n u a l Arkam;ns State Meet. At 10:30* o'clock the m o r n i n g business session wns called to nr- ! f Jame llnnm of the Sfurirnl U n i o n . j Frances K l e m i n p , Fnyetlcville A l - j l i n n r e prer-irlent, c\icnclod n welcome tn all the visitors. A f t e r the reports from the state secretary, liT.'tsnrpr, A l l i a n c e and a c t i v e presidents were lienrrl the president ml led for a report from Ihe si f i f e project c h a i r m a n . At her rerrunmenrblinn t h e qroun decided to make Its project the f u r n i s h i n g nf mine new i n i t i a t i o n cnuipment jor t h e active chapter. A report from the n o m i n a t i n g c o m m i t t e e was then heard nnd o l r c l i o n {»f new officers Tor 1P52- , r i:i Inolt plaep. Francos Whitlow F l e m i n g of K a y e t t c v i l l e \vns made the )ie\v presirienl.. Officers elect- crl (n ;i:;r;i«t her are Mrs. \Vnoflrow Dnrden nf Foi t Smith, vieo-prrsi- f i f - n t ; Miss M;iiM.'net Thompson, J . i l t l r llnck. t r o i i K i i r o r ; Mrs. ,1. n. cases . . . even on the very worst day of the monthly period! Lydinrinkhnm'Gistfioflrrnfrtifan i Burrus. T e x u r k a n a , recorder; Mrs I G r a h a m L c u n p, Fayetteville j Members from Fort Smith ex- · tended an i n v i l a l i o n to the group | for n e x t year's state meet which ; was accepted by the new prcsi- 'ent. A t a l k hy Mrs. Mildred Kelley of Tulsn, Okla., rlis- j t r i c t president, on the subject innrnings's program. At. 1 j). m., a b u f f e t luncheon | ! was served at the chapter house.; J T h e table was laid with a silver.' j £old and blue cloth, and centered, j w i t h an arrangement of silver,' Fold and blue randies anrt pansies, I h e f r a t e r n i t y flower. E n t e r t a i n - ment, provided by the- active member!-, included a skit, "Delta Diary," a dance by .Inyce Rood, | and a vnrnl solo by Penny Pcndle-1 Inn nice. i The a l t o r n o n n session was t a k e n : up m a i n l y by a panel discussion j i on "Hushing: Its Responsibilities! i and Reward;-," w h i c h c l a r i f i e d i i prnhlcms t h a t , arise for both a r - j j t i v c . s anrl a l u m n a e t h r o u g h o u t I h e ' I year, ^his discussion \va-s mod- 1 | eratrd hy Frnnrrs Priddy Me-' ' Honald of Horn's, past n a t i o n a l I Neighbors Club, accompanied by s , , dl E Plnklmm ., vreetabi. ! Mrs. Ellis Conpcr Of Oak Crovp, ' Compouna - or nrir. Imporcd T.Mfls : sang "Mansions Over The Hill- with added Iron. Srp i f -- i n k r o ihroujh- out Ihi. m n n l h -- I t doesn't relievo tno.- cramps, backaches, j t l t e r p - -Ifljt you /rrl belter before and tliirinp ynur j,r.--" Or--I/ you suffer from funcLlnnal "bot ; top-' ; Mr?. Thurman Parsnns of the j Friendly Neifihbors, was. club ,, .. J .._ _. i speaker. She told the storv of an I flashes" of "change of life," find nt/t hoir l a q e d g r a n d f a t h e r who displayed! tpon ^ cr/ttt pinkham ' s is ior that ' loo! i beauty uf soul and character. ' i Barbara and Marcia M u l l i n s of jSpriiicd.nlc sang for the occasion Listen to the NEWS, each weekday, at 7:30 AM, over station KGRH Com* in for FREE Po |m«rY Beard Contact Clianort DIXIE RADIO OKLAHOMA TIRE SUPPLY CO. Centra I Methodist To Conduct Campaign Members of the C e n t r a l M e l h - odist Church will be called upon tonight, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings at their homes in a c a n - vns for the Second-Mile C a m - paign. Ernest Standley; chairman in charge, stales t h a t this will he made in an e f f o r t to complete pavrncnt for the new sanctuary. Those who cannot be at home these n i g h t s are asked to leave a n n t c at Ihe door, d e s i g n a t i n g w h a t t i m e they may be contacted. - SPRING SALE - SPRING SALE - SRING~S~ALE : SPRING'^LT-~SPRlN6 SALE drnt. Mrs. Vlrell Bnrmvell, and cxeclllive officers to orcani/.e a branch of t h e N a t i o n a l Leanue of Penwomen In N o r t h w e s t A r k a n - sas. The organization meeting w i l l be held at V i l l a Rosa at 2:30 p. m., Tuesday. A c t i v e members of t h i s area will form the c h a r t e r anrl elect officers. When Ihe charter is accepted by the n a t i o n a l headquarters nt Washington, 1). C., a p p l i cants of Northwest. A r k a n s a s in Ihe field of a r t s and l e t t e r s w i l l be ellRible for memhprship. Mrs. Collpen Urbanck of Hushing. N. Y. is here for a few weeks' visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Rtockford, 711) Douclas Street. THE ANSWER IS YES! YES YES YES W« da hejva adtquol* (acillllei far STORING WINTER CLOTHING thus SAVING YOU THE TIME, TROUBLE AND WORRY of ham* STORAGE. Your winter thlngi ore p r o t e c t e d against MOTHS and other Insects which gain icisy access to YOUR closets. Your clothes are CLEANED before storage to protect materials, and Freshly pressed before you racclv« them again, YES THEY ARE INSURED CALL 587 FOR PICK-UP SERVICE This Is It! . The Shoe Sale You Have Been Asking For! Nationally Advertised Lines Only Such as 400 Pairs Shoes flfto' B WOMEN'S Red Cross Iweedie Risque Teen-Age Robinell SALE PRICE MEN'S NunirBush Edgerfon Roblee SALE PRICE ORIGINAL PRICE ORIGINAL PRICE $5,00-$14,95 $10,95-519,95 ' NYLON HOSE CHILDREN'S Red Goose Friedman-Shelby SALE PRICE $loo $499 I · T ORIGINAL PRICE $3.95 -$6.95 69c-S1.25 Orig. Price $1.25- $1.95 All Sales Final - All Sales Cash No Approval -- No Exchange O COWAN'S AND REPAIR 5 6 East Center St, Phone 3029 SPRING SALE - SPRING SALE - SPRING SALE - SPRING SALE - SPRING SALE West Side Squort Phone 161

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