Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 6, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 6, 1952
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il---MOgHWat MMMW flM», IMMHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIItlMIIIIIIIMimillllMIIUIHIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIII MM. KATHIIIN DOZIt* "Rules Issued JFor Show By ·[Garden Clubs* ( "Nature Symphonies," spring flower show to be presented Mny IS, by th fayetteville Council of Garden Clubs, will be held at eEloy Hall. Rules for entries arc: Entries. open to ill amateurs; ill horticultural specimens must e grown by the exhibitor; entries ·ill be received bclvern I) «. in, md 10:30 a. hi.; show will be open io the i p; m. and close ENNIS THE MENACE at 7 p. m.; Exhlblls are not lo be removed before 7 p. m,; all personal properly must be market! with owners name; management Is not responsible for containers nnd 'other propcrty.-'althouch reasonable cnro will li? exorcised; no awards will he made unlsss exhibit is worth even If it is the only exhibit in | class; /j ·111 heirin at II a Daily Calendar of Events Tonight ... . , AAUW Annual Picnic, Holcombe Hall Game Hoom, 8:30 Washington County Medical Society, Washington Hotel 7 Sportfmen'i Club, Clubhnuie, 7:30 ' O. E. S., Masonic Hall, 7:30 Remoter Garden Club, Mrs. Curtis L. Mason, 7:30 Zcta Tau Alpha Alumnae, Mrs. Carl Roie, g Wednesday . . , I l l y will -be nllnv.'cd In the rxhlb room iklrins Judging; oxhlbito may not enter rnorp than one e hlbll in a class; sweepstakes w he flwardert to the individual wit the hizhest nunlw of first place By Ketchom Kxchanie Club, Ferguson's !2 Petuiila Garden Clitb.'Sprlngdale, 1 Dee Gee Club, 4 Naval Reserve Electronic Company 8-8 Drill, Eason Building 7 .Delta Sigma, Hugh Kincald, 7:30 Democratic Womens Club, Mrs. Glenn Hlcketts, 7:30 Kappa Alpha Phi, 4ft East Hock Street 7:30 0841 Volunteer Air Fore* Reserve Training Squadron University 7-3n I: O. O. F., IOOF Hall, 8 l( JOzark Mudhens In specimen section; Sweepstakes will be a'warded m; (he individual with the highest F^ss.--es Plinc number of firm places in the ar- *-"»*-"»» nailS rangement section; sweepstakes p nr T.Tr»KKi7 will he awarded to the club havlng| r ° r JlODDy the highest number of first places. Farewell Tea Planned By Washington P.T.A. Thursday at 2:45 the Washing- Ion P.T.A. will hold its final meeting of the.year In the school auditorium, A farewell tea for the departing Junior high parents will be given, as well «B a musical irogram and installation of of- Iccra for the cnmln* year,, with Virgil Blossom presiding at the nstallatlr/n. Mrs. 1VL G. Brldenntcln will give . 1VL lev* he- devwonal. Reports on the vork nrtw underway on the «chool layground will/be given by the 'layjround CommiUee, Mrs. J. F, "aimer and Ml*. J. E. McClelland, halrmen, An outline of the P.T.A. Con- ention program, held In Little ock last month, will h* presentef y Mrs. Virgil Blossom who was delegate. The pre-school Study Group IscUEsion will be held st '1JSO .m. in. the school audtlorlum 'rinclpal speaker. Mm. Kenneth uthmere, will' talk on "IJow Big the Response in Respohslbillty?" his will be the last In a «erlM of How To Develop Personality In our .Child," under the direction Mrs.^Mearl McKlnney. An executive meeting Is planned r Thursday morning at 10 o'clock the teacher's lounie. The Owrk Mudhens met at the home, of Mrs. Frank Lee Friday evening, with Mrs. E. C. Thiry presiding. Roll call was answered in the usual manner, displaying ceramic 'pieces or chins painting msyle by th members since the last meeting. Mrs. Orin Glass led the devn- lional and Mrs. Spencer Brown talked on molding clay^ Reports on the year-books were given by Mrs. Ora Clark. The remainder Mrs. Bohart Presents Pupils fn Recital Twenty pupilc from '.he music studio of Elizabeth McGill Bohurt were presented In a recital Sunday, at the First Christion Church. Those appearing were Telia Bea Sross, Evelyn Jean Tugga-, Mary Kate Sonneman, Lln-Ja Westfall, Barbara Ann Duggar, Pamela Bo- lart, Hose Mary Austin, Linda Mc- "·arland; Gail Blossom, Nancy '-·oward, 3etty Sue Blossom, Shannon Bohart, Kay McKim. Pat Barroh, Dslayne Cassat, · Karen Kennedy, Sue Gearhart, Ann Kennen, Betty Ann Delzell, and John Howard Morris. Homemakers Class Meets With Mrs. Dick Evans Mrs. Dick Evans, 86 South Dun. can Avenue, entertained the rlomemakers Class of the Firs P'.ptist Church Monday, with II members present. The . business meeting was led by Mrs. Wanda Loman, after which the class studied the Fifth Chapter of the Book of Matthew. During the social hour, ··· of pink and blue gifts were-received by Mrs. Car) Cope, *nd the lostess served refrcsh-nents. 41 E..CINTIK PHONE 21 OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 8 P.M. · Wanli Midiuramtr ' 3.1*Bcok 1952 was spent in discussing the membership drive and hobby show. Mrs. Lee received the mystery package and Mrs. Brown was welcomed as a new member of the club. A dessert r-ourse was served by the hostess, after whk'h the group adjourned to meet again on June 6th, at 7:30 p. m., with Mrs. Ho- ·bart Shaekleford. Announcements Trl Delta Mothers' Club The Tri Delta.Mothers' Club will be hostesses to the active chapter of Delta Delta Delta at an annual picnic to be given on the lawn at the home of Mrs. Joe Bates Thursday at fl:30 p. m. Trl Delta fathers will be special guests. Town Club Dlnner-Danoe The Town-Club will have a formal dinner-dance Thursday night In the Uark Bowl, beginning at 7:30 o'clock: Those serving on the committee are Mr. and Mrs. Al Eason, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Bex A. Smith an* Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Gables. VA DlsUffers VA Dlstaffers will meet Thurs- ·dty evening at 7:30 o'clock'in the VA Nurses Home. Demeter Garden Club The Demtter Garden Club will meet tonight at the home of Mrs. Curtis I Mason, 683 Wilson Avenue. The program will consist of a discussion on flower arrangements. Central Christian Church The Central Christian Church Revival will fuature tonight, a group of local .negro sfngers. A children's meeting will be held nightly »t 6:30 o'clock. Petunia Garden Club The Petunia Garden Club will meet tomorrow with Mrs. K. M. Porter In Springdale, for a one o'clock luncheon and regular meeting. the evening Friendly Circle Meets For Birthday Dinner The Friendly Cta-cle Club met last evening in the home of Mrs. Clarence Rice for a birthday dinner, honoring Mrs. .Jake O'Dell and Mrs. Johnny Clarl:. Mrs. Clarence Rice, Jr., led the devotional and roll call was answered, naming a famous mother. The ;lub planned for a bake sale, lo be given to raise funds for the Boys Club. Plans were also discussed for a picnic to be held at the City Park. Games were played and 'Mrs. lay Ollvera received the mystery package. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Pyeatt of Searcy spent Saturday and Sim- day here with Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Pyeatt and in Prairie Grove with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Pyeatt. Little Rock Visitor Entertained Here Miss Vernle Jones of Little Rock, weekend house guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Prrston Woodruff, Sr.. was entertained at open^bouse Friday evening, by Preston, Woodruff, Jr. About 80 young people called between the hours of 9:30 and 7:30 o'clock, after which some of the group attended the Gaebale show at the University. U.A. Social News The annual Honors Day held at the University 1 to recognize high scholastic achievement at students has been scheduled for Thursday. Dr. Hayde C. Nicholson, dean of the University's School of. Medicine, will be speaker for a convocation at 10:50 a.m. in the Student Union ballroom. The convocation program will be highlighted by the presentation of scholarship keys to one senior scholar from each college. The keys are the highest honor bestowed upon'a student. Approximately 40 other awards will be presented by various honor societies and other campus organizations. Honors'.Day is sponsored by' the Honor Council, an organization :omposert of all honor societies on the campus. mmlc at the University. Penny Rjct, a*.pr»n6, a University renior from Nerth Little Rock, appeared at soloist on the program. The University Woodwind Quintet also played several numbers; Party Compliments Miss Judy Morriss Judy-Morris.!, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Morriss. was complimented at a luncheon and farewell party Saturday, given by Kaycille Woodruff and Carolyn Lewis, at the Woodruff home on Prospect Street. There were 18 ;uests present. tical NurtM Auoeittloa Conven tion. 1 Seaman John Bunch, ion of Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Bunch of Elkins has been called to activt Savy duty and has reported aboard the USS Mississippi at Norfolk, Vai Before going on active duty he was a member of Organized Eler.. Ironies Co:i,pany 8-8 in Fayette ville. . ·' - · Personals Miss Betty Tibbets of Van Buren was the guest of Mrs. Ashton Vincenheller during Gaebale. Mr. and Mrs. George Holcomb, Jr., are on a trip in the East, and while in New York, will visit with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Holcomb. Dr. Kenneth W. Spence, chair- .ian of the department of psv- cology at the State University of Towa, will be oh the campus of he University Thursday and Friday to confer with the Graduate council and the staff of the department of psychology. He also will speak Thursday at 1:30 p.m. n the Student Union Blue Room oh The Hole of Motivation In Learn- nR Situations" at a session of the isychology seminar to which the public is invited. Dr. Spence is one of the nation's acknowledged leaders in the field of learning. The University Choir appeared in a cocert at the Rogers High School last evening. The choral group of 40 voices was directed by Herrold E. Headley, assistant professor of Mrs. Hugh Suttle left · this morning for Little Rock, to attend an Executive Board meeline uf the Arkansas Practical Nurses As- 50cintion Convention. Mrs. Alene Hall. Mrs. Gertrude Stockburgerj Mm, Ava Gann, Mrs Marie Hamilton and Mrs: Ethel Davis left for Little Rod; today to attend . the Arkanssas Prac- Coi.P.hiWr H. Best has assumed command of the 403rci Troop Car-*, rier Wing, stationed at Ashiya Air Base, Kyushu, Japan, assigned to ferry troops to Korea. Colonel and Mrs. Best are former FayettevilW residents. Mrs. Best, who i» how residing at Montgomery, Ala., Is the f o r m e r Marjorle Lewis, daughter of Mr. »nd Mrs. Will Lewis. ' · . . · Mr. and Mrs. Raymond' Lierly and children have returned-honie after spending the past week in Wichita, Kan., v i s i t i n g Mrs. Lierjy's parents, Mr. and Mrs! Emerson J. Snodgrass, and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Don Ashel, who live, at Joeing Plainview near . Wichita. While there the Lierlys made 'a our of the Boeing Aircraft Plant and Field. Another brother-in. aw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nicholson, Lakin, Kan., joined hem Friday night for a family eunion and picnic at Joylanc? 'ark. Large species of bamboo some- imes grow to be 120 feet high; SPECIALS You'r» Twict Ai : In A Parmananl From NORMA'S SHOPPE All Parmtnenti /i Prict a«s* sa 121 w. Mmnialn THE BLAIRS, STATIONERS The Ofiic. Suppf HOUM and Gift Shop in Norlhweit Arkaniai MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS Prttty - Permanent - Practical Molhtr-j Day Cordi-5- to $1.00-Styl«d by Gibson won't you Taste-a SHAKE f ·erenrtUI Garden Club The Perennial Garden C l u b i.ll. meet Thursday morning 1:30 o'clock, in the home of Mr Clifton Wade. Mrs. H. R. Ros vlll be co-hostess. Amerlran Chemical SocletT Dr. John H. Yoe, professor hemlstry at the University 'irglnia. will speak at a meetin f the local chapter of the Amer can Chemicsl Society. tomorro\ IJht. The meeting will open a :30 o'clock and will be held i | Room 11 of the Chemistry Build mg on the University Campus. We've a New Sale Book for You Stop in For a Copy Today fee tha parade of values | n our new Midsummer Sain Book for the solu- Bon to your tummer needi. Pricei lave been reduced on play clothw l°r all the family, fiahing and camera ·quipment, and picnic tuppliea. Save ky replacing worn icreeni and awn- tafl» now, You'll do your budget a ;eW by aiklng f or Q {,,, ,,,,, ,,, ·m *Weumner Sal* Book today. Altnisa The Altrusa business luncheo meoling for Mny will be -hel Thursday at 12 o'clock, noon, ir the Blue Mill dining room. Greenland School p. T. A. The Greenland School P. T. A will meet Thursday at 7:30 p. m. | with Mrs. Claude Ross, president presiding. New officers will he in stalled and a film will be shown 'Outlet Bonk Club The Outlet.Rook Club will mee tomorrow at s p. m., «t the home of Mrs. O. W. McMillan. You may order nt the Catalog Department when you're in our (lore, or do it later in the Comfort of your own home. Direct-line telephone wrvice to our Catalog Department aiaurei prompt attention. Trained Salwajrlt will write the order for you, Let Mont, Ward Introduce you to the converil»nc» of moden i ihoppJng, If You're -- You havt frtat trmrt in itort for you! ' fe 10 lars Take a new Cadillac home with you--use it with common prudence and give it reasonable care---and ten yean from today, there should be many, many people anxious to drive it and call it their own! The soundness of this prediction is attested nn used car lots throughout America. Every day, buyers are taking possession of Cadillacs built before the war --and are doing so with pride and anticipation. There arc many and vital reasons for this enduring value of a Cadillac car. First, of course, is quality. Cadillacs are built to the highest standard it is practical to enforce in the production of a motor car. The watchword and the goal of those who design and build for Cadillac are one and the same-how good and how enduring can t/iil car he matte? Year in and year out, the search for improvement goes relentlessly ahead. Small wonder that the car keeps its youth and its performance--far, far beyond the normal span. THE GOLDEN AK And then there is its sound and enduring beauty. Cadillac styling is a de-e/opmtnl--with continuous improvement and refinement. Older Cadillacs, of course, are not to be mistaken for the current ones; but, regardless of age, they are still Cadillacs--znd are distinguished and dignified in their own rights. And then, of course, there is the wonderful Cadillac name-which never loses its significance, no matter now old the car which bears it. Year for year and age for age, a Cadillac is always aside and apart from other cars. It is not unusual for a Cadillac to pass throuch four or five or even six different families --each one owning' it with pride and driving it with pleasure. Think of this when you buy your next car. If you get a Cadillac--there can be no doubt that others will be eager to own it when it has served you the normal span. Why not come in-and see and drive this wonder- tul carf \ \ e d be happy to welcome you any time. HATFIELD PONTIAC CO. U.MIASTMUDOW rAYITWIUI, AUK.

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