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April 29, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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**L_*«*TMWtlT ARKANSAS TUMI, Hy»«»vHI«, **·«··. Tu«idoy, April », 1«2 · » ' · · · · ' · - · - · · · ! V I" · · . ! » . · I M P ' ' · ' ;i£iiiiiiijiMiiHiiniHMiiHii»iiiHi|HiiiiiiMinii!iiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiMimiiniiiiii I C Q Q Society Supper - iven By Coach Douglas MRS. KATHLEEN DOZIER iifiiiiMiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiii.iiiiiiiiihiii !-. : · Daily Calendar of Events iimiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiii fjonight . . . Sub D«b Club, Sujr C.te, 7 Naval Reserve Composite Unit, Kason Building, 7 SOBth Military Government Group. I 1 2 H Weet Center Street, i:30 Wednesday . . . Exchange Club, Ferguson's, 12 . H. D. Open House, 1-H Clubhouse, 2 NovS^'Reserve Electronic Company 8-8 Drill, Eason Building, 7 Delia Sigma, Hugh Kinciid, 7:30 Kappa Alpha Fhl, 45 East Rock Street. 7:30 9841H Volunteer Air Force Reserve Trainm* Squadron, 7:30 '"·Art of Japan"--Albln. Art Center Lecture Room, 7:45 I.O.O.F., IOOF Hall, 8 · . . University football boys with*their dales were honored guest* ' last evening at a picnic supper given by Coach Otis Doufilas at the Methodist Assembly Grounds on Ml. Scquoyah. Approximately 1,500 guests called hctv.'ocn the hours of 5:30 and 7:30 o'clock, including University f.icully and s t a f f membprr, townspeople and out of town guests. Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Douglas FAMED 'SCHNOZ' OFF TO EUROPE son, Kathryne Bldwell, Ronnie Allen, SUnle.v Adams, Berry Broyles, and Dale Reeves. They s a n g "Buttermilk Skies," "Swinging on a Star" and presented a skit. A quartet from the junior class composed of Katie Sue Helm, Anita Tunnclt, Trances Garrclt, ] and Camilla Bidwoil sang "On Moonlight Star" Bay." Hitch Your Wagon to were Mr. and Mrs. John Barn- W j s ,| ?0 , 1M( j as t n e subject lor h i l l , Mr. and Mrr,. Charles Hanks, |s ta | k bv f,, v cornwell. superin- Mr. and Mrs. George Cole, Mr. || endcnl of 5c 'hools. In concluding and Mrs. Dick Humbert. Mr. and ) n e pro o rar n "Shine nn Harvest Mrs. Bill Ferrcll, Mr. and Mrs. |Moon" was sung by the group. Tommy Thompson, Henry H u e l - I . -- shorst, Torn Holt, and members of Ihe office staff of the athletic de- parlment. Farrar-Graham Vows Said In Sprinelale-(Spec!al)M!ss' Alms Gr«ham of Springdaie was married to Eugene C. Farrar |Sub Debs Have JSpring Formal Sub Dubs 'gave thnir a n n u a l spring formal Friday night at the Uark Row!. Theme for the dance was "Little White Clouds That j l-TMis is chairman of the refresh- Cried," which was .carrier! out I mcnl committee. Mrs. Hugh Wil- Rogjrs, Ark.-(Sperl«I)-Mr. and | with clouds of angel hair and I Hams is president of the Wash- ;^rs. E. B. Morris of Rogers, an- j tear-drops and verses of the song j ington County Council, nounci the engagement of their | on the four walls. Virginia Staple- | daughter, Shirley .Io, to Robert j ton was chairman In charge of [ CrA||lc Hold Joseph Burns, son of Mr. and Mrs. j the decorating commlHep. j J t u u u nuiu William F. Burns of Rogers and I Chaperons for the evening were Morris-Burns Engagement Told T , -p. /"M..L. n.U. ^IUU Is Observed Here In observance of National Home Demonstration Club Week, open house will he held at the Girls' 4-H House tomorrow afternoon from 2 to 4:30 o'clock. Club members may hrinj an Invited «ucpt. Council and state officers will bo hostesses and Mrs. Dotson Ann Wheat of Lonoke, was here for tne weekend with her cousin, Nell Casey. p or the sixth in series of seven public lectures, Edgar A. . Albin will t a l k on "Art of Japan" Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Chadwell j | 0 morrow night at 7:45 o'clock in and daughter, Patricia, of Odessa, j lhe Art Center Lecture Room. Con- Texas are juests of Mr. and Mrs. ! c i u ( jj n g the series he will give his Ray Ellis and Mrs. Maye Chad- j seven th lecture May 14th. well. f, COMIDIAN JIMMY DU«ANTrw»vM goodby to the lowers of^New York from deck of the liner-Queen Elizabeth just before sailing for Europe. Seeing him .ofl la his fiancee, Marjorie Little. The famous "Schnoz" i probably is humming his bid refrain. "1 Can Do Widout Broadway, But ' Can Broadway Do Widout Me." (International Btundphato} Bentonville. Mr, and Mrs. W. C. r , 7 o'clock In the I H ° ln "" * m "' n in lhE Rosm! M r ' a n d MfS ' "' K ' B " nl1 M f ' " nd d«y evening, a t - 7 o'clock In t n e j whitfieidjAt Grealhouse Springs I Mf «nrJ * ^ horn* of the bridegroom'* mother, Mrs. E. C]»lre Farrar, on .WeM Emmi Avenue. The ,T!«v. Earl Sherry, pastor of the Lowell Baptist Church, officiated and read the slnjtle ring m»rrl«|t cere- -mony. The immediate members of th« bridegroom's family were present. The bride Is the daughter of E. Host Gfaham and Uw -lat* Mrs. .Graham,, who «re member* of Ihfj pioneer family of t h e - s t a t e . Shei graduated from the Sprlmdale marriage. High School. The bridegroom Is the ion ot Mr«. t. C. Farrar. He completed high school In Pasadena, CllU., and wai an honor , TJ i graduate from th* Colle«e o f i j l l FaHCl Business Administration of the:,,-, », U ,,,,,.,] University. JLO JDC JtltarU Mr, Farrtr and his bride will jnike their home, at the. rteldence High School. Miss Morris member o f ' the chorus, and the Journalism f"^»* h " i"TM' H a y M and his orchestra year, She attended school in Dal- 3 ^ las, Texas, before coming to Rog- Burns is a member of t h e Journalism staff and of the school band. H e - s p e n t one of his high school years at the Kentucky Military Academy. He will he as- Mrs. H. A. Brnckway and Mr, and ! Troops 102 snd 98 of the Boy Mrs. 0. H. Gamble. ' Scouts with their leaders, Richard Music was provided by Buddy \ Prairie Grove Seniors Honored At Banquet . Meri with his parent* In busl- his graduation and Second Discussion oi hl« mother on Wett Emma Avenue when ln Sprlngdale and their country home will be in B«ntort County, |fj8p?ise Shower Compliments Mrs. McCullough Following a meeting of th« members of HI SI Friday night, at the home of Mrs. Leonard Pratt, « surprise miscellaneous thower was given In honor of Mrs. John McCullough, the formtr Miss Martha Ann Maycs. Special "What Is Y.iiir View of the Shower Compliments Mrs. Joe Bland Prairie Grove -(Special)- Mrs. Walden and Al Eason, Jr.,. and!''TM Bland was the recipient of a ' Jim Reese, left Saturday afternoon pink and blue shower, given Fri- for Greathouse Springs, where d a y e v e n j n g a t (he home of Mrs. Jack Cook, Mrs. Vincil Bell, Mrs. Leon Thurman. and Mrs. Ken Marvin. Miss Martha Chadwell of Muskogee, Okla., has returned home after spending Friday and Saturday here with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ell'is and Mrs. Mjiye Chadweli. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Paul and Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Smith returned last week from a three weeks' trip through the Western states. Mr. and Mrs. Paul visited relatives at La Habra, Calif., while Mr. and Mrs. Smith visited his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Smith, and Iheir sons and families at Long Beach. They also visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Pool.. While there they drove to other places of interest, including San Francisco, Santa Cm?.. Monterey and Carmel. En route they drove by Boulder Dam and saw the desert flowers in bloom. American Legion Auxiliary The American Legion Auxiliary will have its regular business meeting Thursday at 7:30 p. m., in the Legion Hut. Plans will be discussed for the First District Coni ference. Chapter K, P.E.O. Chapter K, P.E.O., will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock, in the home of Mrs. William R. McNair, 420 East Lafayette Street. Mrs. Haskell Utley will be assistant hpstess. Chapter S, P.E.O. Sisterhood, will meet Thursday at g.:30 p. m., in the home of Mrs. Karl Greenhaw with Mrs. Peter Harkins as co- hostess. Mrs. Stephen Stephan will be in charge of the program. ' Keep cp with On ttine»--read the TIMKS d»llT. THE BLAIRS, STATIONERS onTh.$ qu0 r. The OldMt Office Supey House snd Gift Shop in NorlhwMt Arkinm MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS Pretty -- Permanent - Practical iMothtr'i Day Cordt-5c ta $1.00-5ryled by Cibion they spent the night and Sunday Ken Marvin. Punch was served from a table centered with a stork 1'rairie Grove -(Special)- T h e 1 1 0 2 morning. Both troops participated in game contests w i t h Troop 99 win- j arrangement of pink and w h i t e j ning first placr. Patrols of Troop swec t , )ca5 . j »s follows: -Flying Bible" It the topic for Ihe second in * series of panel discussions sponsored by the Student Christian Council of t.he University, a s j ,,. a follow-up to Religious Emphasis] A panel of 'six members will discuss this subject in the Student Union Game Room tonight nt 7:30 o'clock. Those Included on the panel are Wlllard E. Arnett, instructor In philosophy at the University; Dr. Hov.'nrd Carter, professor and chairman of the English department; the Rev. Walter Eagle, second; Falcon, third; Pioneer, fourth. Sunday morning services were junior class of Prairie Grove High School honored the seniors of 1952 at Ihe a n n u a l Junior-Senior Banquet hold in t h e recreational room of the Methodist Church Thursday evening. Guests were members of the faculty, the school board and their husbands nnd wives. The thftmc of Ihe banquet, "Hitch Your Wagon to a .star" wns carried out in the decorations nnd program. Guests entered Ihe "Milky Wny" and were scaled At sky blue tables dotted with silver stars. M a r k i n g each place was a silver wagon hitched to n star. istpr of the *oveninn the junior class. A response to the \vclcome was Riven by Jamrs Cosby, president of the senior class. Arched over (he platform banV- cd with dogwood was the theme j vllle, nnd Skylight in blue and silver letters, ''Hltcn Your Wagon to a Star" and in 'Gifts were received in a wagon ] drawn hy Kennie Marvin. Hostesses were Mrs. Paul Jones, Mrs. Alice's Beauty Shop NOW UP TOWN 7W E. MT. ST. P«m. Lateit Stylei Rusonible Pricei Phone 620 or 2331 Evening« conducted for the boys by George jj Fauceit. H. D. Club Meetings Scheduled This Week Home Demonstration Clubs will meet this week as follows: Tuesday, Fairview, Community Building, 11 a, m.| Wednesday, Bnptist Ford, Mrs. I/ren Casey. 11 a. m.; Thursday, Cherry Belle, Mrs. Gene McKce, 1:15 p. m., Mt. Comfort, Community Building, Durham, Community Church, 2 p. m., Richland, Mrs. L. L. Howlcy, luncheon; ' Friday, Mineral Springs, Com- j nwy «vol4 ihtwhif month!? "rurvti 1 miinity Building, 1 p. m., Evans- i sss 1 - ·ut thli scientific way the center of the arch a lighted star. This set Ihe stage for cpi-r- talnnienl, provided by the sopho- Ruest was Mrs. . McCullough's mother. Mrs. Stanley Mays*. fm president of II Refreshments were served by | Wnrkcrs Association. Mrs. Pratt, assisted by her daugK- lers, Mrs. Tommy Land and Miss Sharon Pratt. Mrs. Bird, Hostess' ·ToPohalaClub The Pahala Club met- Friday afternoon with Mrs. Harland Bird. A Mother's Day program was Ire charge of Mri. Arthur Peterson. Mts. Carl Wright was winn«r of the contest prize and Mrs. Myrtle Hsnni won the. door prize. Featuring a Father's Day pro- tram, the May meeting will be held at the home ot Mrs. Alden Struebing. Cross,'Vivinn Tyree, Marilyn Wll- Mr. and Mrs. J. L. King. lisn opparuneni; im; n«*. w.uivi · .. . .fohnsoi: p...TM- of Ihe First.Bap- TMW«»^«X^ list Church; (hrrs University students, W«rfe Kgbfrt, Bill Riplcy and Kenneth Lilly. Moderator and children of Camp I^jeune, N. C., are visiting her* with her mother, Mrs. Blanch Hayes, and in Prairie Grove with his parents, j All th* mako-up In th* world ean'1 uhe thai dr»*o, fiervQiifl look out nt your evwMrh month. Hut hriVi · mtxlmi wty that hM nripM many wumrn »nrt llrlt whn wttrr tntrv nltndnr mlwrr. n«vouin«w wl lie Mitts. If* Cartiui. * twi«] raMlrin* that Tech. Sgl. and Mrs. .!. R. King %*,TM» - ' " ' mmpn t nil. Also bflpi relai lltterr tr. l^xik. [MI r df»lfr lew Cudnl MOKTHIT HHtn CHMCE OF lift Preceding the panel there will be talks by Mr. Arnett, Dr. Carter and Dr. Johnson, expressing their personal views on the subject. Following the panel the audience may ask questions. BLUE CROSS-BLUE SHIELD Benson Parrish ,. Honored At Dinner A dinner in honor of Benson Parrish on his 7Sth birthday, ws? given at the home nf Joe Parrish on Mt. Sequoyah, Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Charley Fine of West Fork; Mr. and Mr?. Harold Parrish, Mr. and Mrs. Oran Parrish snd children. Gordon and Barbara. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Parrish and son, David, all of Fayettevllle; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Parrish «nd Norman Parrish of Window: Mr. nnd Mrs. Archie Parrish and Mr. and Mrs, Bobby Parrish and family of Ml. View, Calif.; Violet Dawson of Fayetleville. Benefit Supper Given At Jefferson School The benefit spaghetti supper § i'ven Friday night at Jefferson chool was Well attended, . w i t h proceeds going into the P.T.A. Mrs. G. H. Couch and Miss J u a n i t a Prater sold tickets. Those in charge of food preparation wore Mrs. John Tons. Mrs. O. T. Greenwood. Mrs. Donald Tackelt, Mrs. Bill Shaffer, Mrf. T. C: Main, assisted by several other mothers. Junior high girls served and Mrs. Jack Budd girls of Scout Troop 45, cleared the tables. Mrs. W. E. Powell was In charge of the clean up. 'Altruso Entertains lAt Veterans Hospital j Members of Altrusa wure host- j esses to the veterans In the Recreation Room of the Veterans Hospital. Sunday afternoon from 2 to ' 4 o'clock. | Miss Helen Frasier, Mrs. R u t h | Gilbert and Mrs. Elizabeth Moore i .presided. 307 PROFESSIONAL BUILDING, FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS ft Cln to iroilment now open ENDS ON APRIL 30th dents ..Notice to Methodists.. Central Methodist Church "Second Mile" v i s i t o r s will be visiting in your homes tonight. If you are planning on not being at 'home, please leave a note on the door saying when they may make a return call. Be surt to leave your porch lights on! For two we«ki only Ariunui r.iidwti under 65 yem of age may join Blu« Cron-»lu« Shield Non-Croup Mcmbcrthip r*g»rdl«i of employment itftui. Individual and family-type memberihipi are available. Farmm may jom through their County Farm Bureau group during this enrollment period. Employed per»on« may also ioin In th!« «tate-wid« non-group, enrollment, or through their place of employment. (Please give name of employer on coupon). P O L I O E\TRA HKNEFITS up In *5,000, In take cor« oj Polio nnd ninfl olhtr crilifid nnrf ro.Uy Hln«i«. Moj be vdded to your Blur. Cro.i-BJu. ShieU protection at rrry low r.ntl. ARKANSAS DOCTORS and HOSPITALS - Join Together to Strvt rfie P*oplt of Arkansas -- BLUE CIQSS-BLUE SHIELD 307 Profeiilohal Building, Fort Smith, Ark. PUm M*4 M wrt»t»t ttlllltli* tlmfltt. InUtmllltn ·« r» HMflnl-liitilul Mint tlM *t«ili « ·!'· $5,000.00 POLIO MOTICTION. Kmplnytr St. m, M City--- r-AYROU CROUf D INDIVIDUAl PENNEY'S A L W A Y S M R S T Q U A I M Y ' Be fashion-right-Sunday, May 4th Is Straw Hat Day! Beat the Heat C-O-O-L Open Weave PANAMA HATS 4.98 · COOL COMFORT! · SMART APPEARANCE! · DETACHABLE BAND! COMPARE QUALITY AND SAVE! 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