Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 30, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 30, 1952
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2 NOKTHWKT ARKANSAS TIMIS, F«yirt«vlH«, Arkormn, Wednesday, April JO, 1952 niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiniiiiiiiiiiiMHiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiniiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiMiiiiiiiMiiiii OCtt Mrs. Mackay Of ;Dallas Honored With Tea , MRS. KATHLEEN DOZIER iiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiwiiiiiiiMiiiiifiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiii Rogers Announces Flower Show Plans son of Mr, and Mrs. R. P. Lynch. Daily Calendar of Kvents Toniht . . . Naval Reserve Electronic Company 8-8 Drill, E.ison Building, 7 Delia Sisma, Hugh Kincaid, 7:30 Kappa Alphi Fhl. M East Hock Slrrsl. 7:30 (184 m Volunteer Air Fore? Reserve Training Squadron, 7:20 "Art ,-( Japan"-- Albin. Ar! Center Lecture Boom, 7:15 J.O.O.F.. IOOF Hall. 8 Thursday , , . Butary Club, Washlnjtlnn Hotel, 12 Chapter S, P.E O., Mrs. Karl Grernhaw, 2:30 U.D.C, Mildred Leo Chapter, 2:30 Baldwin Commandery Four. Masonic Hall. 7.30 Chapter K. P.E.O., Mrs. William ' K. McNalr, 7:30 Amcrirsn Legion Auxiliary, Legion Hut, 7:30 _ _ Mrs. R a n d a l Littleton will leave Washinston, D. C., Sunday for San Francisco. From there fine Rogers. Ark.-iSpcciali-Plans arc «''" l e a TM no:t Wednesday by hi-ins made for pre«i«ntalion o f l h e ! plane for Guam, where she will thirn a n n u a l .spring flower show : join her husband, who is on duty | under the auspices nf the Roger* there. Mrs. Littleton is the former Mrs. Charles Urannan was i Garden Club, Saturday from 1 to Helen McKcc daughter of Mr hostess .it a lea given yelcrrtay I 9 p.m. and on Sunday, from 2 to , nrl Mr , g a r l a n d WcKoo ' nf I nilH-nnn,, M her hnme in honor 15 p.m. a! thc Masonic Youth Con- " . . "' C a r l » n U . ·* CK * "' \nt Mr?. Hector Mackay nf Dallas, i t c r . Prairie Grove. She is. the grand! Tnx?;. who h vi'ilins here w i t h ! The Ihrmc nf !ht show will b ' d a u g h t e r of Mrs. Mary McGee ol I hrr i i . i i i c h t o r , Mrs. .Joe Grumpier. I "Blossom Tir-e." Thc Committee · TOO Stone Street. Fayetteville. ^ A p p r o x i m a t e l y liO guests railed i on Arrangements will in: Mrs. W. j | l r twe.-n the hours nf 2:30 and 5:30 i R. Morgan, c h a i r m a n ; Mrs. Oscar | n r _ r G M c l l r m anri Dr . H . C. .'rL receiving l i n ( . were the So^Kcv "' ^'^ " n "|O.-.vcH attended , h r re K «i"« Mrjs. Crumple-!- and he r j Officials announced t h u t n larjjc j monthly Study Group of Ihe Op- number of entries were listed [ lometric Extension Program, held early this week and t h a t many at Hunt's Log Cabin near Eureka more are expected. I Springs. Dr. Lruis Jacques of Cal- An unusual feature of thp show | jfornia, nationally knnVn optom- trist-lecttirer and author, was , . | moihr-r, Mr?. Mackay, Presiding I at t h e p u n r h hn\vl wrrft Mr?. Hobi erl BnMnn, first hour; Mrs. Thad j rtowrlnn. second hour; ;tnd Mrs. i M^rimi Wilson, t h i r d hour. As- hr l,»onard Kendall and Mrs. James W a l k e r . The lr-H t-ihle, covered in damask, was ffntored with tulips and s p i r c n , w h i l e j)ink doswond and l i l a r f were arrnngcd living and d i n i n g arras. Out nf town suest." were Mrs. ol'^S^lqCes^tX.^f-' of the ,roup. Dr. John G. thorn between 9 and 11 a.m. Sat- j SlJE R- C h a i r m a n of the Study Group, announced t h a t the next meeting will be held i.i Si loam urday. There will hr three classes of , competition Resides the tradcs- in the and-hohbics exhibits, there will hr a h o r t i c u l t u r a l class and an arrangements c!a«s The first will Springs. U Mentor, rn^ntp^c^ ^ « fflmo"^ WhK °o! "-'"« tn 'heJMK.ersi,., Pi Beta Phi Observes Founders Day A Founder's Day banquet was given Monday evening at the Student Union by Pi H«la Phi Fraternity, with both "Hive and ·lutnnae members attending. In observance of the Inundlng ol the fraternity at Monnwulh, 111., April 28, 18B7, Mrs. Henry MoorS, Jr., of Texarkana, treasurer of the Settlement School Board, gave the history of thc school, .which was established In honor of. the founders of the fraternity. She also presented plans, for continued cxpsnslon of · Ibc school. "Sally R u t h o| the chapt ·rrangementE. Imog Texsrkana. part president of the chapter, introduced the »ue»t speaker, Mrs. Moore. Mrs. Leonard Grcenh.w, past alumnae club president, made alumnae Intro- .ductions. "May Fellowship" Day Will Be Observed · A covered dish luncheon will be given, in observance of May Fellowship Day, by the Fiyettovillc Council of Churchwomen, Friday ·t 12:3D p. m. In the First Christian Church. The program, with Mrs. Edward Brubaker in charge of arrangements, will begin at 2 p. m. Mrs. Robert Boston will lead the worship service. Hymns to be sung Include "Faith of Our Fathers," "Dear Lord, Father of Mankind," and "0 God, Our Help In Ages Past." The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Buchanan, accompanied by their daughter »t the piano, will sing a duet, "I Do, Do You?" Dr. Joe Bill Hill will speak on Saunders-Bruce Engagement Told Mr, and Mrs. Stanley M. Saunders nnnounce the engagement and npproaching marrlse of their daughter, Barbara, tn Joseph Neil Bruce,.son fif Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Brure nf Smackover. The .wedding dale has been set for May 3, at the First Methodist Church with the Rev. D. L. Dykes, j Jr. officiating. I The bride-elect grnrluntcd fro.n ; Corpus Christi High School, Cor- i pus. Chrisll, Texas. She atlrnded i Del Mar College in Corpus Christi anri is .now a student at the U n l - 1 K. B r u h a k e r of Harbor Sprincs, | be centered on the physical perfection of the plant. The arrangement judging will be concerned with thc beauty and riecorativeness of the flowers. There will be charge. '· Mich., and Mrs. M. Cunningham, j Okmulgee, Okla. iPenwomen Apply ·For Charter, . ; Elect Officers The Northwest A r k a n s a s Branch! of the N a t i o n a l League of Ameri- »""'", i« here to a t t e n d the lu- Announcements ty. He'is active in business, civic and religious affairs. Greer, in a prepared statement, j said his decision to seek the office j came when it became 'apparent t h a t thn present judge, Witt Carter, would nnt seek re-election. His statement declared: "The administering nf the a f fairs of Washington County is a big business and requires the services nf a mnn well acquainted with the nerdp of the county and all phase.': of its affairs. Roads j | must he built and maintained . . . i Juveniles must receive wipe and . sympathetic counsel and guidance, i Welfare problems must be mot ! w i f h understanding. | "H is my feeling t h a t an im- i j portant office which belongs to i the people should seek out the i man best qualified through cx- I perience and traintnfi and en- i courage him to run. elect him and i t.hen hnln him lo make a good of! ficial. To me the office of county judge is not a job to satisfy my ; own persona] needs or ambitions hut one offering a real opportuni- | ty to serve the many urgent needs i of our great county. This Possum Knew R i g h t her condition. The possum Kneaked Intn i. 8 basement storeroom of the Bates Memorial Hospital here last ni?ht and cave birlh to three babies. -p ,-, The f a m i l y was discovered ahnut I 0 (jO I 5:31) this morning by the milkman j and Mrs. Carrie Woods, the hos- i pital cook. Bcntonvllle -(Special)- A m a m a , ]3r . . Jiirncs L . . 7ackson has ad ,. possum, who probably wasn't f w l - . c d t h e family and taken them to- ing too v/cll last nighl ccrlainly I ftjt; home. He reports that mother picked the ri;;ht spot for a lady i n ! and babies arc doing nicely. Hersonals Oiark Mudhens admission ! ' rlK? Ozark Mudhens will meet i w i t h Mrs. Frank Lee, Friday eve| ning at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. A r t h u r j Linard will be in charge of the program. Mrs. Charles B. Skeilon of Fort can Penwonen was organized neral of Miss Elizabeth Curry. Mr ; Bruce g r a d u a t e d from | Smn'cKOver High School. He a t - ! esc ire yesterday at Villa Rosa, home of Mrs. RUSH Marinonl Passarelli, Mrs. Jackie Mhoon anri daugh- br'anch organizer ! Icr, Jackie Ann, of Kort Smilh, Officers elected were Marie ! formerly nf Fayetteville, are guests Morris R :i s h'l n K, fayettcville, i in the home of Mr. «nd Mrs. Rob- president; I.ucy M. Haii, .Spring- erl Mhoon. :1alc. first vice president; Veda Carter, Oz.irk, second vice p r c s i - j Mrs. Presley Askew. ,V2 Gunler dent; R ' l t h Wilson Scholl, Spring-) Street, has returned home from dale, Ihird vice president. Faj'eltevillr Flower Show yayettevilic Council of Garden Clubs flower show has been postponed from May 7 to May 13. It is scheduled to be held at Wesley Hall of Central Methodist Church. tlniv'frsily Law Wivrs University Law Wives w i l l meet at the Student Union at 7:30 o'clock tonight. Miss Hooker Honored At Bridal Gladys I. H a m i l t o n . Summers, recording secretary; Virginia D. Strum, Sulphur Sp'rincs, treasurer; Bonnie Lcla Crump, Eureka Miss Belly McCoy, Miss Sanlin, Miss Monti Cole and Miss Alice Aumlck were hostesses Friday »t » bridal shower, cnnnili- mentlnic Miss Doris Joan Hooker, bride-elect of Ncill McConncll. | Gnmes of "dressing the wore played w i t h thc prizes RO-J mond, Mrs. Roy Gulnn and Mrs. Dyer. Springs, corresponding secretary and hlstorinn. Those who were present pro now active members nf Loasuc i ',akcs 111. · hr.inchrs in L i t t l e Rock. Washing- Inn, n. C., Chicago, and Colorado, hut will transfer t h e i r rrc-mber- ships to t h e Northwest Arkansas n r a n c h upon r e c e i p t o f t h c charter from headquarters in bamrock Club , - t The Shamrock Club will meet the City Hospital, where she h a s ; w i t n Mn . C L Arrincton, 24 been a patient for the past week, j N o r t h Cr) | lpgp Avenue, tomorrow j at 2:30 p. m. Franklin R. Rnnner. seaman re- i cruit. USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. . z(uh Cpnlurj . r ,,, h Dowry Bonner of Fayetteville, is j The 2(lth Century Club will underBoine recruit t r a i n i n g at the : m( , et Friday at 3 p. m. in the home Recommendation fnr an honorary l i f e membership \vas made for Roberto Fr.lbrlght, a f t e r the charter has been received. All U. S. N'aval Training Center, Great ; Willie I,. Weft. USN, sun of Mr. anri Mrs. Claude C. '.Vest of Fay- ettcvillc, has been advanced to the . n [ Mrs. G. A. Vincenhnller. Mrs. Homer Pearson will review "The World of Willa Cather," hy Mildred R. Bennett. rate of jeaman while serving ' R i C H A R D G R E E R aboard the Pittsburgh. heavy cruiser, USS ; Tfc. Harrv V. S u l r l i f f e , USA, '·ONT1NIIED FROM PAGE ·!:«« Williams. Richland; Lee Caldwell, S ' H Pitls ' S ' ar Hi " ; ..! son of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Sut, . , - . , , . artists anri writers of the North- j ^'" c "' "untmlle Sond. Eureka ing to Pat Morris. M l i r R l c ^ l l a m j . ,,.,,, Al .| ;ans; , s sp ,., ioni w h n 3TC \ Springs, has completed a six weex ! S. Heed. Cole, Refreshments nf punch, r a k o j anrt open-face w o ,...; qualified, may anply for member- j c " llrse o( instruction in informa- hip after receipt of the c h a r t e r ' 'jTM an(1 «lucalion »t the Armed It was decided that meetings i Forces Information School, Fort will be held the last week of each Slocum, N. Y. served by Mrs. Howard ··Hooker,, month on dates to be selected Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Eoff of 720 DoiiElas Street, have had as their quests, their niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Raker, and their son and daughter, Sandra D. mother of Ihe honoree, and Mrs.: Loyd MeConnell. The lace covered j ' centered w i t h a b r i d a l ; W F W AllYllinrv Hnc ^ r . V V . / \ U X M i a r y Has wreath of tulips, f l a n k e d hy w h i l e : LOVOred UlSll Supper candles in branched cnndeinbm. H. D. Club Meets At Johnson Home The University Holnhts Homo , . i l Mnmhrrs of ihe Jack T i d w c l l U n d JMichacl, all of Ltneview, · \ u \ i l i n r y , Volprans nf Forpjjfnj Texas. U'^jl;^ aat rt Jo Cr h« md « Shrt r li "?tl ;. r i - ,, - ~ ., j i n i s county and .Johnson; S. P. W. G. Venable, Dutch Mills: W. M. Hedfcrn, Lee's Creek; S. B. Patrick, Wyman; Clint Biby. I l l i n - ois; George Reed, AVhitc River; M. S. Bemeni, Harmnn; Odus Jameson. White River; Toy L. Capat, Prairie; J. H. Coter, Jr., Cove Creek. Greer is serving his eighth year as Washington County circuit clerk. Before election to that office he served as deputy clerk under W. V. Shorner- for nearly four i years. He was horn and reared in was craduated "1 shall . . . present my plan for an efficient and constructive pro- | Eram covering all phases of eoun- | ty administration . . . I believe j the public should know and has j a right to know all a h o u l i nf the plans and pro office. "In my race ! will not deal in petty politics but rather offer my program and myself to the citizens of Washington County . . ." Bronson, who filed unexpectedly just 30 minutes before the deadline,' did not make a forma^ announcement of his candidacy to succeed Greer as circuit clerk. Bronson now is a partner in ihp Bronson Abstract Company, with which he has been associated since 1936. He has been a resident of Fayetteville since 1925, when i he came here from Fort Smith, j ; He is a veteran of five years' i Army service in World War II, j and now is commander of the lo- i cal post of the American Legion. Bronson is 41 years old. He I pointed out today that his work I ! in the abstract business has made I | him acquainted with the opera- j ' lion of the circuit clerk's office. ' I His mother, Mrs. M i n n i e I. Bron- I son, Fayetteville, was Washington I County treasurer for six years | and was deputy treasurer for 11 years d u r i n g the 1930s and 1940s. Srnks Committee Tost Little Rnrk-W)-Dan Carnbell Cowling, Jr., who gave his address as p. O. Box 1441, University of Arkansas at Fayelleville, filed today as a candidate f o r : Democratic National committeeman. *"· ~"^ ~V ' , ',, , , | (IP U I I I V P I M I V U « . ' l K " i i n ' i m : : "Spiritual Security for Today s | Dcn , n nstratinn Club met F r i d a y , . . , i 1 I I I S I U U I I I f i l m Wflli ^ I d U U r t l L ' l l ast m s n t at the home of Mrs.i Two Springdale seaman recruits, fnnm the Fayottcville Schools and mie Powell. Games were played ; USN, unrterooing recruit training Univcrsitv College of Business Ad- rollov.'ing thn supper and thc mys- j at t h e U. S . Nava | Training Ccn- , ministration. He has been in the Keep np with the lino--read Ihe TIMES d»llr. Sizes ID to 20 $27 50 A Wise Girl Knows When It'i Smart T o Be simple --- 'I his summer, the simple dress is by far the most effective. In this city cotton by Cirilo, the'tucked sheer lawn IS the dress. Narrow tucks are outlined with white stitching, so that the stitching looks like a delicate stripe. Spare top, petal curved cap sleeves, a brave sweep of skirt and a nosegay thrust through the the belt. That's all -- but the sum of these simplicities is dynamic fashions. Iced Chocolate, only. I X C L U S I V I I West Side Square Families. Reception To Honor Dr. Ralph Bunche A reception honoring Dr. Ralph be Eivcn tomorrow ni 1 p.15.. in the Student Union lounge. Townspeople are invited to attend, «s are University students and faculty. Dr. Bunche's subicct for tomorrow night will be "Prospects for Peace." at the home of Mrs. A. O. John-'son. The meeting opened at 2 p. ; m.. with Mrs. I. L. Johnson, jirepi- i dent, presidlnp. : "Smile Awhile" was Ming by the ; croup and Mrs. ClntcrbauRh r e a d ; the pncm, "These Tllincs i linve." ; Mrs. Robert Honea, R Ki'Ost. wtss · winner of the mystery pnckncc. Roll cal! was answered by each tcry parknqo wns won by Jessie M i t c h e l l . Thnpo present were Huhy A n - ; (Vcrson, n u t h llnrnrnond, H e r t h a n i Mrs. ! | P r at Great Lakes, III., are Harold A. Tabor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tabor, and Bobby J. Lynch, abstract and land title business for 18 years. Both of his grandfathers were county judges in this cnun- , rj n v j S | jewel Frills, Frances Tray- i or; Kxtclic Rations, N 7 nra Mac \ V a r d , i SPECIALS You're Twict Ai Lovely In A Permantnl From NORMA'S SHOPPE All PermenenJn \*i Price Fhon« 123 Ul W. Mountain member revealing something ] = beneficial learned through buyinp. ! » Mrs. Paul Stcinkrauss cave j _ pointers nn buyinc and planttnc o f : roses and Mrs. Anna F.dlin save a i i demonstration on covering but- j tons. Mrs. Gnrrion Howley dis- i cussed "comparative, huyinc." ! A pame was played, led by Mrs. j i R. M. Anderson, recreational lead- j ' er, and refreshments were served j I hy thc hostess. i i The next meetinc will be held i i at the hnme of Mrs. Edlin. THE BLAIRS, STATIONERS on!.,.$,,,«. Mclv.-uh, Stanley. I.illie, Courtney',' Th , o , dM , o ', {i s Hou|s and ,;,, Sho n«lh Morns. Janelle XS ebb. All..! . MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS Prslty -- Permantnt -- Practical Molhsr'j Day Cards-St to $1.CM)-Sty!«d by Gib-ion Osbiiin, Cilrnnie Chambers, Jessie Mitchell, Ahbie Jo Lee and Emma Joan 'Patten. in Northwest ArkanEai IN won't you Cartwheel Comet 5.95 Much talk about big, big brims . . . of course! They're the most flattering hats of all, end our beauty of fine imported pedalinc braid is a glamorous fashion at a wonderfully ' low price! In black, navy, white. MILLINERY- DEPARTMENT Here's the best shakc-ircat ever-- i super-big, super-rich shake in your favorite flavor . . . specially made, specially priced! Drop in and get a smooth, rich, full-pint Taste- t-Shakc-it's the biggest, bestcst shake-treat in town! of your"[3st6rnark Be prepared for hospitality Hospitality begins with your shopping list You think of the handy carton of Coke because you think well of your guests. "C«l«" h · r ·omio AUIHOIIIT or IHI coc».cou co/mn T IT MYITTIVIUI COCA.COU BOTTLING COMPANY, fhon. 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