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A.,.. IINHHIHmUWinillllWIUIHIMilllllHlllNHHUIIIIIIIIilllllMlllKIWt MM. KATHIHN DOZIBt iillimimiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiimiimiiiiimiiiHiliiiiiiiiiiiiimiillfl · Daily Calendar of Events ^tonight ... . ' Family Night, Country Club, 7 '. Sunday .....' Sub Deb Picnic, Lake Wedington, 1:30 Monday . . . HI Si Club, Clubroom, 7 Washington Lodge One, Masonic Hall, 7:30 Farmirigton Lodge, Farmington Masonic Hall, 7:30 FayeUeyille District Nurses, Miss Maurietta Shoemakerj-7:30 Delta Gamma Alumnae, Mrs. W. A. Davis, Jr., 7:30 Fayette%'ille Lodge 740, Masonic Hall, 8 - THIS'N'THAT ABOUT TOWN . KATHLEEN DOZIEH May Day has come and gone but the luncheon and reception, given that day by Mary'Louise Hathcock and Ruby Thomas, will be. remembered by abou' 250 guests as one of the social events of the season. The occasion was in honor of Mary Louise's niece, Caroline Sue Hathcock, for whom a number ol parties Will be given preceding her marriage to Ira Parsons. Receiving with the hostesses and Caroline Sue, were the honoree's mother, Edna (Mrs. Loyce] Hathcock, her grandmother, Mrs. P. L. Hathcock, Sr., and her aunts, Edith Stevenson, Martha Wedington and A.Ars. J. S. Bates. In keeping with the day were the colorful flower arrangements throughout the home/including the pink" Camilla tree, centering the lace covered table and bearing small packages of "something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue" for the bride to be. "Something old" was a lace handkerchief (matching her bridal veil) brought to Caroline Sue by her cousin, Alfred Hathcock, son of the hostess, from Europe. The honoree also received a. gift of silver from the hostesses. Otis and Eleanor Douglas are to be congratulated on their fete, also one to be remembered, playing host andhostess to a guest list that far exceeds the average, a count of approximately 1500. Rarely does one have the opportunity of passing the time of day with so many friends and acquaintances at one time. The service was informal and the food quite delectable -- seafood or picnic rations, choice of either'or both. A big undertaking, planned well, and successfully done. Ellen and Jim Smith returned this week from an alumnae reunion of Scripps College, held in Phoenix, Ariz. The three-day reunion included a number of activities. Both Ellen and Jim report a wonderful trip ppd visit with the Harvey Mathews of Denver. Coming home they stopped over in Dallas with the Roger Davis family and in Ferris, Texas, with the Tom Orrs. . . . Also back in town are Jean and Ted Wylie, after a vacation in New Orleans, Mobile, and points on the Gulf Coast. Fayetteville representation was found Thursday afternoon at the Siloam Springs flower show and lecture. Those driving over were Dorothy Clinehens, Audrey Clinehens, Nina Nonamaker, Bernice Brewer, Alice Shelton, Kathryn Holland) Nancy Williamson, Georgia Hall, and Ethel Walters, all of the Iris Garden Club. From the Year 'Round Club were Maxirie Dickson, Mrs. B. F. Harper, Louise Ladon and Eleanor Quinn. Miss Seyinpur Engaged To Wed Lt. R. C Harding Personals Mrs. Mcrlye Baxby returned last night from Rochester, N. Y., where.she attended the wedding of her son, U, Bill Bagby, to' the former Miss -Eva Florence Terry. Mr.- ; and Mrs. 3. -S. Seymour, 4108 Avenue F, Austin, - Tejiaii, announce the engagement and approaching marriage, .of : their daughter/ Mary Jo, to ' Robert Chester Harding, lieutenant, U. S. Air Force. The wedding will be solemnized on May 21at St. David's Episcopal Church, in Austin. Miss Seymour attended Austin High School and is a graduate of Addresses ore being changed this month, what with the F. E. Whiteheads moving out on Wedington Road. Lilian and Earl Dyess have moved into the former Whitehead home at 276 I la. In turn Helen and Bill Putman will take the house on Walnut, vacated by Lilian and Earl. Congratulations are in order for Fern .and Dick Prott who are observing a wedding anniversary tonight. A few friends will join them to celebrate the occasion with a dinner party this evening . . . River Ridge, farm home of Arlene and Ewing Jackson, will be the scene of the Pi Phi Alumnae picnic May 11, at which time husbands and dates will be guests of their wives and gals. Juanita Trumbo is chairman in charge, and serving with her will be Lorraine Williams, Adair Atkinson, Mary .Droke, Or.a, .Hyland, Gertrude Lewis, Helen Joe Adkisson/ and . Evelyn Milam. " Adele Heerwagen was a visitor in Fort Smith this week, a guest of Mrs. Albert Mitchell. She with Mrs. ; W. B. Frazee of Little Rock shored honors at a luncheon given Wednesday at Hardscrabble Country Club: Mrs. Frazee was a guest at the R. L. Squire home! Mrs. James McCall of Nocona, Texas, is here with daughter and son-in-law, Rosemary and James Hall, arriving yesterday. She was entertained this morning at a small coke party given at the Hall home. Guests were Carolyn McCall, Helen Palmer, Pot Hall, Mary Louise Hothcock, and Mrs. Marc Stice. Mrs. McCall will leave sometime tomorrow to return home. McNeal-Arnold Engagement Told ' The engagement and approach- i Ing marri'aie of MlM Reba Me- Keal to Robert Standley Arnold, son of Mr, and Mrs. John Stanley Arnold of Fayetteville, is announced by her parenti, Mr. and Mr«, Xzln McNeil. The wedding date hni been tet for May It, Both are. itudenU at the University, whir* the ii In the Collect o( Education arut he U .a student of pre-med. P.E.O. Chapter Sears Program On Canada Chapter K of P.E.O. met Thursday at the.home of Mrs. William R. McNair on East Lafayette treet, witli Mrs. Haskell Utley as co-hostess. In keeping,with the topic for the 'ear, Canada, members who have visited in that country were in :harge of : the program. They included Miss Mary McCutr.hcon, Urs. Sam Yancey, Miss Elizabeth 'homas, Miss Mamie Phillips and Mrs. Jesse Trowbridge. ·· ientcr-Campbell Vows Pledged Winslov/-(Special)-The marriage 'f Mrs. Barbara Jran Campbell, laughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. B. ^ossen, and ..Jack Center,, son of rtr. and Mrs. Lilburn Center of Vinslow, was performed In the lome of the bridegroom on Apri :9, at 8 o'clock. Connor Osbornc, usticfi of the peace, performed the crvice. Mr. and Mrs. David Crnter of ayetteville. were the only at- endants. Relatives of the couple ere guests present lor the cerc- nony. The couple will reside in Oklahoma City. Forl Smith Auxiliary Entertained At Lunch Fayelteville AMVET Auxiliary entertained' Thursday with a luncheon at Ferguson's, for state officers and members of the Fort Smith Auxiliary. Mrs. James McDonald, president of the "local Auxiliary, presided during the luncheon and introduced state officers, including Mrs. Charlotte Donald, state president. the ·University of.-.Tcias. For the past two years she has resided in Houston, where she is employed as a merchandising executive at Foley's Department Store. .Lt. Harding is the son of Capt. R. C. Harding, U. S. Navy, (retired) and Mrs. Harding of Fayetteville. He served a year in the Marine.! and is a graduate of the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis. He is now stationed at Ellington Air Force Base in Houston. Girl Scouts' Parly To Be At Little House Fayetteville Girl Scouts will be hostesses at a party for their families and friends, tomorrow afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock at tho Little House- on East Baxter Street. Girls ot the individual troops will provide refreshments and the Girl Scout Board .will provide cold drinks. Each troop will display lianderafls, some completed .and others in the process of being made or done. In case of rain, the party will be held at the Lesion Hut. it has been announced by Mrs. W. C. Cross, head of the Girl Scout Council of Fayctteville. Walnut Grove Groups Meet At McKee Home The Cherry Belle Home Demonstration Club and the Ladies' Missionary Group of Walnut Grove met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Gene McKcc. The program was presented by Mrs. Jack Ham- Wen. For tho missionary lesson, Mrs. Hamblpn pave a paper on "The Life of John Bunyan." This was followed by a discussion, "Which is the most important. Christianity or a church creed?". Miss Jannie Templeton led the group in repeating The Lord's Prayer. The H. D. program, also in charge of Mrs. Hamblen, was a demonstration on how to starch dark colored clothing, given by Miss Mary Jane Baker. Two local "1-H girls presented a demonstration on setting a correct table. Mrs. Gene McKee read the poem of the month. Mrs. Newell save a report on the tour to the University 4-H Club House, last Wednesday. Mrs. W. E. Hamhy received the mystery package and refreshments were served by the hostess. Mr; and Mrs. Clarence S. Kck, former residents of Fayetteville, announce the birth of a daughter, Carolyn Lou, May 1, at the Sale Memorial Hospital at Neosho, Mo. · Jerry Ludwig, son of the Rev. William H. Ludwig, pastof of the Salem Lutheran .Church, Springdale, entered the County Hospital Monday for a check up. He underwent an appendectomy yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Morgan stopped in FayettcviHe Thursday to .visit with friends, while en route to their home in Oklahoma City, Okla., from Florida. Mrs. Morgan'Is former district governor of Altrusa International. Miss Hathcpck Complimented At Luncheon Dr. P. C. Sandal, assistant professor of agronomy at the University, was elected a member of the Executive Committee of the Southern Pasture and Forage Crop Improvement Conference at the group's annual meeting in Louisiana last week. Announcements Washington todgt Ont Washington Lodge One will meet Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock, for work in the Fellow- craft Degree. Refreshments will be served. Delta Gamma Alumnae Chapter . The Delta . Gamma Alumnae Chapter will meet .with Mrs. W, A: ~Javis, Jr., Monday at 7:30. p. m. Modern Literature Club The Modern Literature C l u b will meet Tuesday at 3 p. m., with Mrs. Clive Lane. Mrs. Eobert Le- 'lar will be program lead»r. AAUW Annual Spring Picnic . The annual spring picnic of he Fayetteville Branch of AAUW will be held Tuesday at 0:30 p. m. n Hokombe Hall Game Room. All members are requested to make reservations with the hostess committee. · Walnut Grove Ladles Aid The Walnut Grove Ladies Aid Group will meet with Mrs. Clyde Newell, Wednesday, for a covered dish luncheon. Drowning Brings Slate Death Toil To 10 For Week (By The Associated Frew) The drovming of Eddie Lee Jackson, 14, of Helena in backwaters of the Mississippi lilver has. brought Arkansas' violent death toll for the week to 10. Helena City Policeman Hollls McClendon s a i d Jackson was swimming with companions when he jumped from a bank into the water. When he failed to come to the top, the companions notified police, McClendon said. Two deaths In Jefferson County yesterday helped swell the total. William H. Goodnight, a truck driver, was found dead at his home yesterday near Pine Bluff. Deputy Sheriff Sam Bradley skid Goodnight was 1 struck on the head with a heavy board in a fight nd died later. An automobile accident about a mile north of Moscow yesterday resulted in the d e a t h of Jesse James Dale, 28, of Gould. Bradley, who investigated the accident, said the car in which D^le and McKinley Jones, 377 also of Gould, were riding apparently went out of control on U.S. Highway 65 and overturned into a drainage ditch. Jones was injured. Bees sometimes travel as much as eight miles to reach flowers with nectar. Children's Theater Departs On Tour Shown leaving today nt noon on tholr second trip o.' the seventh nnnusl tour of th« Children 1 ! Theater, are (from left to right), Lavlnla Loe, Trudy Shoemaker, Snndrn Noll, Mary Ellen LM, Norms Kennan Diane Wr«y, Judy Hallbom, Rosalie Bent, .Tano Collier, RunKolone Olbnon, Carol Cole' Eudora Morton, Sup Yoc. .Julio Perry, Nmcy Snyder, Mary Jo SchtiU, Helen Marie Orahtm Barbara .Boston, Pat Crnlley, Cleln Greenwood, Karnh Triifter, Sondr« Jctt, Netto Klncald, Cnrlcne Booth Marclu Strickland, Kayclllc Woodruff, Jbby Sennit*, ficcky Klncnld and Dnryl Jor*imsen. The Children's Theater Is a part of the Sue Kollor Studio and is com icscd of children representing SprlnKdnle, RonerJ Bentonvllle, Himtsvllle, Cavo Springe 'Jt: Washburn, Mo.--Mob'* Photo. Mrs. Alfred Hathcock, Mrs. Herbert Thomas, Mrs. F.ed Stevenson, Mils Caroline,Sue Hathcock,.P. L. Hathcock, Sr., and Mrs,.Loyce Hathcock are Mown from left to .right,, nt the luncheon and n tion.given Thursday in honor of Miss Hathcock, brld? elect of Ira-Parsons, at the Alfred Kathas* on Washington Avenue. Scaled at the coffee service Is Mrs. Mod Cashion. (Puska TIMESEOTO). Hit.' id recrp- :Kk Home May Not Land The Limit, But He'll Have Great Story B e l A I r , Md.-(/P)-lf John Pan- aski goes homo to Cdatsvlllc, Pa., today without any fish lit least he'll have a good monkey story to tell. . : . . . Panaski was driving leisurely down U.S. 1 last night, bound for the Susquehanna River and some early morning fishing when--out of nowhere--a monkey came sailing through the open car window. The monkey wore a hat, coat and pants and even had Its nails manicured. Panaskl was cold sober an state troopers soon attested when Pan- askl, harried by the amorous advances of the monk and finding driving hazardous with the creature scurrying all over him, pulled up at the State Police barracks at nearby Darlington. As Pnnaskl told his hard-to-be- lievo story to the ' troopers, .the monkey'made n break for' it, dashed out an-open door and ran down the highway. · Six slate troopers in six, patrol cars -- and Panaskl -- gave chase. For one hour they palrolled the highway until finally, Pnria.ikl spotted the monk sitting on a fence post. ·· '· .'· No amount of coaxing could tfet the troopers within grabbing range. But when Panaskl tried, the monk leaped Into hij adopted friend's arms. After seeing the monkey securely tethered Ht the state police barracks, Panaskl wont .oft to his fishing destination. " ' ' State troopers turned the monk over to the SPCA hcn»; still won- derlng where, the little .animal came from. The nearest carnival was 15 mllcii away. '. .-.. . Tax Collectors Worry AiBig Business' Income Shrihks;- By SAM DAWSON New York-tfPl-The tax collector Is the last person you'd think would be worrying today. But buglnesmeti s a y t h ii t shrinking ..corpor«te profits are cutting into the U. S. Treasury's take from industry, and this drop may offset Its greater bite on the pocketbooks of .individuals. If this proves to be so, It means that private citizens will bear a greater percentage share this year of the burden of supporting the government, even . though the Income tax rates aren't going up again. Tax receipts .from.both business and individuals in March came to 10 billion dollars. But the treasury is reported to have expected the big payment month to bring In 12 billion dollars. Treasury Secretary Snyder says he still expects, when he closes his books June 30 on the prestnt fiscal year, to record a total of 82-Vi billion dollars in taxes -- SB estimated in the budget in January. If he collects as much this May and June as ho did in those months last year, he'll make it. Individual income tax payments are unquestionably greater this year -- as you must know. As long as individual incomes ftav high, the new higher rates will bring a golden flow to the treasury. But many think that' the treasury overestimated corporate earnings and therefore the amount it would get in income taxes from bu 'npss. So far this year most companies are showing.lower fcioss ini'iuugs on which income, and excess profit taxes are levied. And most companies are selling aside less money now for tax payments than they did at this time a year ago. Total dollar sales of manufacturing companies in the first three THE BLAIRS, STATIONERS Thi Office Suppr HOUM nd GUI Shop in Norlhwtil Ar MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS Prttfy -- Permanent -- Practical ' · ' " . , Moth«rVDoy C«r«h-5c to $1.00-$tykd by Oibion Envoy to Argentine CAIIIK MHOMAt Albert r.Nuftr, ihown t (ill df»k In Wuhlnjlon, Ii PrmMcnl Trumin't homlntf to bt tmteiMdor to Arfttntlnt, New Torkcr Nuftr, 5«, mctctdi Kill. worth Bunker, hamtd mbnM*dor to tUly. . months of this y«ar run one per cent above a year ago, The National City Bank of New . York cay» in Its May letter luucd today. But it note.v that., total" costs of doing . .business before .'fa^es rose'four per cent ·--'and, therefore, gross corporate earnings:on which to levy income taxes were lower. · Vrb*nai, · Piluniai, Scailit 8ag« and Many Olhu Flow- ·ring Planii - ' : : · · Tomilo, Pippir and Egg Plant* · Summer Bloomlnf Bulbs and Flowtr S»di A D A M S FLOWER SHOP Phoni 110 11 N. Block U.S. ffaper money to jti pretint a\n was first Issued W 1M4.I1.; An ptihnandla( fU|V«r-*4uMi'» Roman' Mwl'Bnwt ll-W-tf ^GALLON ViRiHi ke CreiM SMECIAIS You'i. Twie. In A Ptrmeaint Ft m / NOKMA'S SHOFPt All Pirnawota .M Mt* i ' .- \ra-vr. ··MM meet POGO Churchy L« Ft mmc They'll both be romping through the new comic strip by Walt Kellyi.^ MONDAY, MAY 5, In THE TIMES won't you lte-a- lastemark SPECIAUBY-MAU Firat Tim* Offtrl i VIVID RED SPIREA 3 for $1.25 , M WWWlltf ' IM frtwiMl : 4 BttfRt f** M«nr» Htrlftf Mtf Mtmmtr! Moit beautiful of nil ftowvflntf nhrub*. 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