Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 28, 1952 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 28, 1952
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S.A.I. Reports Good Attendance At Musicale ·^umnae members of Sigma Oml- cron Chapter, Sigma Alpha lota, national professional music fraternity, in the Fine Arts Concert Hall. Mrs. S. C. Bohart and Mrs. Marius J. Lindloff presided at the refreshment table. Mrs. Paul , Rhodes and Mrs. J. F. Hylnnd A large attendance Is reported , WC re in charge of table de,cora- for thr musicale and tea given | ti ons . yesterday afternoon by active and j other a l u m n a e hostesses at the I tea were Mrs. Harry E. Shultz, Miss Lillian Blackburn, Miss Helen Yvonne Hughes, Mrs. Roy V. Simpson, Mrs. Homer Crow, Mrs. Roger Widder, Mrs. Charles H. Stone; Mrs. Bert Lewis, Miss Elizabeth Ellis, Mrs. Ralph E. Woddington, Mrs. Fred Kerr. Mrs. E. H. Sonneman. Mrs. LeRoy Moore of Bon- tonville. Miss Myrtilla Dorman. Mrs. Vera Greene, and Mrs. J. D. Eagle. Active members assisting at the i tea, who we:-e not on the program, j were Priscilla Parson. Mildred j Shaffer. Barbara Phillips, M a r I jorie Bond, Ida'Weir, Kay Thomp- j son. Evelyn Morgan. Sylvia Fitz- I gerald, Florence Decker, and Mary I Claire Massey. gone to Corpus Christ!, Texas because of the serious illness of his brother, Dr. N. D. Carter. Among those from Fayetteville I attending the Eddie Arnold show ! in Joplin. Mo., were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Rogers, Miss Theresa Nca. Miss Datha West and Miss Evelyn ! Blake. Seven Seamen Saved From Stricken Ship Vokosuka, J a p a n -(/Pi- Seven* American merchant-sailors were SWETPRUF Work clothes cut to f e e l good on you, tailored to look as good as they feel! Select matched ponts and ihirts for the job you do. The unexcelled quolity is in POOL'S superior workmanship. Try a new suit today. Shirts $2.69 Pants 2.89 Suit 5.58 HAMPTON'S ARMY SURPLUS STORE 318 W. Dickson j Mr. ad Mrs. Charles Stone have ! had as their guests this weekend, i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Montieth of j Wauwawatosa, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. ! Monlieth have spent the winter in ·Mexico and left this morning for 1 Panther Heights at Lake Norfork. rescued Saturday from the stranded stern section of a storm-broken Q. S. freighter after two earlier attempts had been foiled by heavy seas. the iess-popuiatert Trench orcupa-| Kerr up with the ilmr*--reid ' Fistula May Often Result From Piles BOOK - Gives Foct» Associated Ailmants | Mrs. Ralph G. Jones, 27 Wilison Avenue, president of the Fay- jetteville Provisional League of i Women Voters, is attending the ; national convention of the League i o f Women Voters, being held in ! Cincinnati, Ohio, today through Friday. Announcements · Personals I Mrs. Fred Jones of Forrest City, I is n guest of Mrs. Wallace Fergu- ' cnn Mr. and Mrs. Witt Carter have Suppose Your Child Needs Aspirin In The Middle Of The Night? Ho* foot to hart St. Joieph Aspirin For Children h«ndy lor inst.nt uie I Approved by thousands of doctors. Your child will like its orinje (livor--jou'll like not harini to break or cut tablets--each in !1 adult riosr. Don't ««it, be prepared-buy St. Aspirin For Children todij. 50 tablet bottle 39c. Chi Omegu Alumnaf The Chi Omega Alumnae meeting will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, at the home nf Mrs. Clifton Wade. Ruth Sunday School Class, First Baptist The R u t h Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church will not meet tonight at the home of Mrs. Charles Buxton as scheduled. ivonf you Iris Garden Club Because of the 4-H Club open house to be held Wednesday after- : noon, Mrs. Nonamaker has chang- i ed the meeting of the Iris Garden i Club to a 10 o'clock coffee - Wednesday morning. 0 Verbenas, Petunias, Scarlet Sage and Many Olher Flowering Planls · Tomslo, Pepper and Egg Planls · Summer Blooming Bulbs and Flower Seeds A D A M S FLOWER SHOP Phone 320 33 N. Block Births Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clark Mr. and Mr?. Edward Clark of Springdale announce the birth of I a daughter. April 28, at the Coun! ty Hospital, I Mr. and Mrs. Keith Robnins | Mr. and Mrs. Keith Robbins of Fayetteville announce the birth of a daughter, April 26, at the City Hospital. RELIGION! POLITICS! IOVEI Are things your Doctor and Pharmacist can do little aboMt BUT YOU CAN . «f A y p V U I L * v ' fc In the Arkansas Pharmaceutical Associaiion's Presidential Primary Election MAY 1-2-3 Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Rrrd Mr. and Mrs. Loyri Reed of Brcntwood announce the birth of a daughter, April 27. at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Entll Spillers Mr. and Mrs. Euell Spillers of Fayetteville announce the birth of a daughter, City Hospital. lion 7.nne. I Ihr T.'MFS dillr. More thousands in Soutlioa.-t Crormany's crowded states of Low- ;er Saxony and B.ivnria alpn h n v e !p!ap" to "force Uioirsch os upon The d r a m a t i c rescue was carried ;| hc lcss ,, 0 puhtcd areas." he ndd- oilt by the U. S. Navy tug A n k a r a , ' j,^ which brought the survivors t o ; · - this Navy ho.-o. ! . FREE The freighter William Eaton r a n ' W o u l d R e d u c e Free aground 12 days ago on rocks o f f ; i i _ : i To-shimn, an island 30 miles from ; "lull. the Japanese Coast. The c'-p-.v I ,,. , was removed but Capt. I-Ved A. L ; ^ ' " f " " -'/T - Keprcso,,!:, ,vc Solomon, Walnut Creek, Calif., and TM C ' « N Y » ITM"""' '"' " llr ". ;il !^ i Chief Engineer John n. William- "TM toclny a bill to rnclure u n l i m i l son, San Jose, Calif., remained pri fr(v m '"' PnvHfPc-s for con, , igressmcn and government depnrt- Thursday an attempt was nuide to gk them off. It failed when a I He said.lhc moasure. if 011:11- storm broke the freighter in two. l m ' S » t TMTM f-in.OflO.noo a year. U n - j TM Three would-be rescuers w e re i limited free mail for .ifficials now inn saved. Saturday five more crrw-l r o s l s l h n government about $M,-j!jj\ men reached 'the bulk b;it lost ! """·""" n n n u a l l y . he said, their boat. Chief Boatswain J e f f i n N. Pruelt, Dnnton, Texas, marie the final and successful rescue a t t e m p t with a whaleboat and raft. At one point his effort almost failed. A giant wave lifted the v.'haleboal and raft completely over t h e s i n k i n g ! wreck. On 'the second try Pruett got the raft alongside, the men jumped to it and he lowed them to safety on j t h c tug. College Scholarships Are Offered By UDC College tuition and part-tuition scholarships are available to lineal descendants nf Confederate veterans, and applications are he- ing accepted now, according to Mrs. E. B. Kclley, Little Rock, chairman of education nf t h e Arkansas division. United Daughters i They include scholarships w i t h j values of $175, $200. $500, $420, I and $200. Other scholarships of j higher \ ;iluo hnvr already been filled. Gift scholarships are also availahte. The scholarships are available for four years or u n t i l . Mitdrnt completes his course or fails to make proper grades. A p p l i c a n t s have the endorsement of the president of the Arkansas division of UDC and the chairman of education. Anyone interested should write Mrs. Kolley al 1G04 West Third Street, Little Hock, before June 15. On nrw. U l u s i r a t p t i in-page hnok on uln. Reclnl Ahst-s*. Pil".' and r r r c t a l nnrf rnlnn dlsorrleri is F K E E to alt u n f f r r r r * W r i l c 10-a card will .lo. T h n r n m n * r,r I l n i p l l f l ! . Suili* 1B72. 311 f. vnnrl Knn^p.^ C l l y .1. Mn RICKETTS DRUG STORE V O T E j Mulloy Defeati Larsen ! Houston, Texas-(/P)-G a r d n n r April 27, at the Refugees | n Germany Threaten To March Bonn, Gennany-f/Pj-y/c-sl G f r- by turning back Art Lai-sen of San chck sald toda - v M . no ° J obl( -« Leandro, Calif., 6-3, 3-fi, 3-6, 6-1, ugees in North G e r m a n y fi-4. 'threatening to march south 8 East Center Phone 2616 41 E. CENTER PHONE 21 Special Coat Sale This Week Only _ ·'"* All-Wool broadcloths, sheen coverts, ihoen gabary ines nllc | SUB iJe-cloth5 'In un- irimmed coat,, worm | y |ntorlined. : Beautifully, styled. Savo t, ow f or nex( ,, o , on . JX ^^iMl.-tSSim^l^^mm^'SmaKlMf^mfS^ISS^^^M^mtm wnmaaKiKiKmcm^,^.KvjK.'Mm*Mt^x:.-/tM Mom's the Word - - At Silverman's Because she loves dainty underthings. . . lovely feminine housecoats . . . shere, sheer hosiery . . . exquisite handmade hankies . . . crisp cool blouses . . .compliment her loveliness ot Silverman's. Take Mom in hand and include handbag and clever gloves for her summer wardrobe. Handbags . . . | Nylon Hosiery . . . Berkshire, Mojud Nylon Lingerie * all the latest shades and fashionable heels Panties ' $1 95-$ 2 95 $1.35 to $1.65 Gowns S7.95-S.1695 Slips $4.95417.95 Gloves by Honsen w h i t e or in rolois . . . ninny lovely stylos, u n u s u a l trims ' PIIH , , . . . $2.00-$4.00 Brunch Coats ... Handkies . . . I.inrn, rotlon, h n t h lailrn-r-d m w i l h a variH.v M o u t h f u l stylos and UOIR'-DIIS i-ohn-, °' l r i m s 59c to $5.00 $5.95 to $10 i Batiste Lingerie . . . Gowns, Slips, Panties, Half Slips Gowns $3.954.5.95 Half Slips $2.95-$5.S5 Shorlis Paiamas $3.95 Slips $3.95 lace, eyelet and ruffle trim Imported I t a l i a n Straws in 01 Red R i d i n g Hood Lunch Baskets, wt for trios Selection of Leather B.IKJ $3.00 to $15 filois. .' iderful ' 00 i 95 ^ Gift Wrapped - As Only SilverUnni's Can i

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