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May 5, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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-- NOtTH\i«fT ARKANSAS TIMK, tovtMvHI*, Monday, May S, t»5J 'taiittiHimMiiiiiiiiiiimirraimniHiMiiiiimiHiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiimiiiiMtiMiiimi MM. KATHliiN DOZIIR imiiiiiiimiiiiciiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitii .inen Shower Compliments Hathcock (Mrs. Mueller To Be Guest Of A. W. S. "Mrs. Cmiem Wr.de and dauyh- · Daily Calendar of Events l u n c h e o n , Saturday afternoon,| complimenting Mils Caroline .Sue I . Kathcock, bride-elect of Ira Par- cons. The luncheon table was centered with an ammsoment con-' Eisting of a bride's bouquet, a miniature flower girl's basket and n ring bearer's cushion, Colors of pink, \vhitc and .silver were used, j carrying oJt the colors in the j bride's chosen c(iina. ' - i Gifts from tho 20 giicsls were · received .by the honorcc us a bundle of laundry, .(led In a ahesl. She also received a .gift of china a n d . a : lea apron embroidered· to _rfi8tc.nY.{rorn the hostesses. fanight lit Si Club, Clubroom, 7 Washington Lodge One, Masonic Hall, 7:30 * Farminglon Lodge,. Farmlng|on Masonic Hall, 7:30 Fnyettevllle Dlntrict Nurses, Miss Maurietta Shoemaker, 7:30 Delta Comma Alumnae, Mrl. W, A. Davis, Jr., 7:30 . Favollovlllc Lodge 740, Masonic Hall, 8 · · · Tuesday . . . Boy's Club Board Directors, Ferguson's, 7:30 a. m. Women's Civic Club Board, Clubrooms, 9:30 a. m. JJon'ti Club, Ferguson's, 12 Kiv/.'tnii Club, Wmhlngton Hotel, 12 Hurnl BUildcrs Club, Mrs. M. Y. Hcnson, 2 · A A U W Annual Pjenle, Holcombe Hall Game Hoom, B:30 The Association of Women Bin- j Washington County Medical Society, Washington Hotel, 7 Sportsmen's Club, Clubhouse, 7:30 O. E. S., Masonic Hall, 7:30 X.cta Tau Alpha Alumnae, Mrs. Carl Hose, 6 Ctiwk Theater on Ihc University campus. Women students, women members of the faculty and. staff will attend the picnic supper and program, Mrs, Kale Hevner Mueller, associate professor of. education, Indiana Dnlversity, will speak on "Education of Woman: Problcnifi,' Purposes and Perspectives.!' Mrs. Mueller is a psychologist, who lost summer served In Germany as specialist -on women's education and affairs, u n d e r ' t h e auspices Of the State Department She hss served ae chairman' oi thfi committee on education ol women at Indiana University. Nnw officers of A.W.S. will bt DINNIS THE MENACE By Kctchom tetPIWl DOUGHNUT OOTA W COFFEE '* introduced. Freshmen who have been chosen as sophomore coun-* ttlors /or next year will be announced and Mortar Boards will be tapped. _ Rickets Announces Convention Dates The Arkansas -Pharmaceutical Association will .hold Its 70th annual i convention In Little Bock May'12-14; Glenn Hicketts, president, announced today. Principal speakers w : II be Jay Archer Kiss and Wallace Werble, the editor of Ihc drug Industry's "Washington Newsletter." The convention will be held In conjunction with the 21st annual convention of the Ladie» ; Auxiliary of the assodation,' and the 45th annual convention of the Arkansas Travelers Association. Skylight Club Meets At Harvey' Page Home T'le Skylight Home ijc-minslra- tion .Club met with Mrs. Harvey Page for the regular monthly meeting, Friday. There were 13 members present and seven'Vis- itors, Mrs, Ottis Harrison, Mrs. T. B. Cox. Mrs. Hilda Barker, Mrs. William Heed. Mrs. Aiwcll, Mrs. Andrew Angel and Mrs. Rex Win- stcd. The afternoon program was opened with a song, followed by the Lord's Prayer, repeated by all. The devotional was given by Mrs. Hazel" Williams. Poem of the month, "In a Million Years From Now," was read by Mrs. Henry Whltehpuse. Pictures of the month ..were "The Blub Votfo'" and "The Line Storm." Mrs. Jess Wright received the mystery package, Mrs. Bill Landrum and Mrs. Wright will make a flower arrangement to br. entered in the flower show May 13, it was an- Thcsc fine stocltings at specia.1 reducer] prices.,. ONE WEEK ONLY . . . a wonderful opportunity to stock up for yourself and for gifts. 51 Gauge 39 ?5De a nTr 1 109 *^t SI Gouge J Re* 1.50 Val». I ^ 15 Denier | 30 Denier J · 5*3.15 Reg. $1.65 I 400 Needle 15 Denier, 5620(111655, Reg. $1.35..$1.09 Box of 3 . $4,10 nounced, A demonstration was given by Mrs. William Jleed on binding button holes after a garment is finished. Mrs. Hazel Williams gave a talk on the nutritional value of milk and a recipe for using dried milk, County H. D. Clubs AnnounccVMeetings Home Demonstration clubs of Washington County will meet-this week as follows: . ,·· Tuesday. Hura! Builders, Mrs. M. Y. Henson, 2 p. m.; We'dnosday, S a v o y , Community Building; Thursday,. Summers, Mrs. Ethel Brewster, all cfay, Cincinnati Community Building, Colony, Mrs. Emma Orlffin, 11 a. m.; Friday, Oem, Highland, Mrs. Bob Lowe, 11 a. m. Dutch Mills, Mrs. Earl Everfoll, 1:30 p. m., Peaceful Valley. . · Births Mr. ami MM, CurtU A, PrlteHart Mr. and Mrs. CUrtls A, Pritchard of Fayetteville announce the birth of a son, May 3, at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mm. Jack Noland Mr. and Mrs. Jack Noland of Lowell announce the birth of a daughter, May 4, at the .County Hospital. Mr. and Mm. Thomas W. Carer Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Carey of Fayetteville announce the birth of a son, M»y 5, at the County Hospital, Coaching Honored Guests At Buffet Dinner A 'buffet dinner honoring members of the staff of the athletic department of the University wns given last evening 'by Mr. and Mrs, Walry Ingallj at'their home. Guests included Mr- and ft!rs. John Barnhill, athletic director, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Douglas, head football coach, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Humbert, Mr.and Mrs. Charles Hanks; Mr. and. Mrs. Allan Gilbert, Jr., Dr. Allan Gilbert, Rr., Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Morriss, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stevenson, Mr. and Mrs. George Cole, Mrs. Goldie Jones, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cheyne. Fair Committee Named By Mt. Comfort'Club · The 'Mt. Comfort Home 'Demonstration Club met Thursday at the. Community Houne. The meeting was opened by singing ."We're Marching Tfi Zion." The devotional was given by Mrs. Essie Weir-arid Mrs. Ethel Berry read "A Little Parable for Mother." Mrs. Virginia' Coston gave a poom, "Around the Corner." Soil call was "something I learned about nutrition," answer- I ed by 25 members. Miss Mary Jjine Baker gave a demonstration on starching dark cottons, silkc Snd linen, with gelatin instead of starch to prevent shiny starch spots. · . . . A committee for planning the Fair booth was appointed as Mrs. 1 Cathryn Hatfield, Mrs. Ethel Berry, Mrs. . Lucy Moore; and Mrs. Cora Shively. The chrysanthemum was chosen as the club flower and mystery packages were won by Mrs. Juania Hardin and Mrs. Hatfield. Mrs. Berry won the flower naming con- .est and Mrs. Minnie Hatfield was crowned as "Queen of May." Maj. and "Mrs. Frederick N. Moseley have as their guests, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Spo- ander o( St. Louis, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Spolander arrived Friday and will remain through Thursday. Personals Mrs. John Blacksher and.sons, Jerry Don and James Russell, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Pearle Trowbridge, left yesterday for Upland, Calif. Miss Roxie Porter of Thornton, Calif., arrived Saturday night to j spend the month of May with friends and relatives in Fayetteville an'd Green Fore;!. Beta Fi, h'jnoriry engineering society. Ma), and Mrs. Allan Bricjiey and children left yesterday' to return to .their home in Midwest City, Okla., after visiting with relatives and friends here over the weekend. Major Brickey expects to leave this month for Germany and.Mrs. Brickey wiil return here with the children. Capt. Julian Q. Lynd, son of F R. Lynd, Siloam Springs, has been appointed assistant personnel officer, G-l Division at headquarters, European Command Communications 'Zone, it has been announced by Maj. Gen. S, D. Stur- gls. Jr., commanding general. Provost Joe E. Covingtbn, acting president of the University left today to attend the inauguration ceremoriy for Dr. Lewis Webster Jones, which wiil be held Thursday at Rutgers University New'Jersey. He will be the house guest of Dr. and Mrs. Jones. Mrs. Allen Reyriolds of Chapter S, P.E.O., was named corresponding secretary in the election of officers at the state. P.E.O. Convention held Saturday in -Fort Smith, Also attending were Mrs. Walter Cole of Chapter . S, Mrs. Sam Yanccy, president of Chapter K, and Mrs. J. E. Critz. ·Fred W. McClung, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs' Fred 'N. McClung, Sr., of Fsyetteville, has recently been advanced to the rate of journalist third class in the U.S. Navy. McClung -is serving .as assistant to the public information officer at the U.S. Naval Air Technical Training Center, Memphis, Tenn. Joe F. Felber, FayeHe\'jlie, has been ' listed on the Colorado School of mines honor roll for ;he first semester. Felber,-a senior in geophysics, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Felber, 2f) East Spring Street. He Is a member of Tau QiMflfr utd Economy... St.Joseph A S P I R I N WHIR LAMEST SU1R ATM Miss Lorraine Williams, home service counselor for Southwestern Gas and Electric Company, returned Sunday from Cleveland, Ohio, where she spent two days. Miss Williams.attended a two-day lighting Institute conducted by General Electric Company at the Ncla Park Lighting Institute near Cleveland. ' Announcements Melody Boys Quartet, K.A.I.K. The Melody. Boys . Quartet, K.A.R.K., Little Bock, will be heard at the Central Assembly of, God Church, 613 South College Avenue, Thursday at 8 p. m. Tickets may be'purchased at Ro-. chiers Jewelry, 'j West Mountain Street, and at the church door the night of the performance. Attending the Arkansas Hospital Convention being hetd at Hot Springs today are George H. Berryman, Mrs. Forest G. Maddox, Miss Laura Harrison, of the County Hospital, George Slubblefield, member of the County Hospital Board, and Mrs. Stubblefield; from the City Hospital, Miss Ruth Rlley, Mrs. Jdsephine Mayes and Miss Rae Smith. Dr. T. C. Duncan Eaves, assistant professor of English at the Un- verslty, is co-editor and collector of "The Letters of William Gilmore Slmms" from 1830 to 1844, which wilj be published this month by the University of South Carolina Press. The book is the irst of a five volume series of Simms' letters. The only hew pari-mutuel larness race track this year is Grandvlew Oval which will stage meeting ai Solon, Ohio, Septem- icr 11-October 31. · Rural Builder/) Club The Rural Builderi Club wiil meet at the home of Mr». M. Y. Henson, tomorrow at 2 p. m. Mrs.. David Henson will be co-hostess. O. E. 8. Chapter, 495 O. E. S. Chapter, 49S, will meet tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock fon its regular meeting at the Masonic Hall.. ' " -- Zcta, fan Alpha Alumnae Fayetteville alumnae of Zeta» Tau Alpha sorority will meet tomorrow night, at 8 o'clock with Mrs. Carl Hose, Park Avenue. W. S. C. S., Winliu Memorial Church The W. S. C. S, of the Wiggins Methodist Memorial Churcri .will meet foj* a program and .pledge service under the leadership of Mrs. R.'A. Greathouse. Th* meet- Ing will be held at the home of Mrs. Earl Cole on Highway 45,, east. SPECIALS Yau'ri f wict At Lerrir In A P»manant From NORMA'S SHOPPE All Permanent! V) Prlc« MMM m 12I.W. 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