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Wednesday, May 7, 1952
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1 MOHTUWBt ANANIAS TtMM. テつキテつサテつォ**テつキテつキ. ArtmMt, W*dM*tfoy, fttay 7, 1M1 ximimmiiimuiiiiiiHiiMiHiiuiiiiiiiiuriiiiiiiiiiM! MRS. KATHUIN DOZIIft iHiiiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiHiwiiimiim'iiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Nii'テつォl Reserve Electronic Company 8-8 Drill, Kason Building, 7 ' Delta Slfma. Hugh Kincald, 7:30 Democratic Wnmens Club, Mrs. Glenn Rickells, 1:30 Kappa Alphu Phi, 45 East Rock Street 7:30 ' B841 Volunteer Air Force Reserve Training Squadron, University, 7:301 I. 0. O. F., 100F Hall, 8 Thursday . . . Perennial Gテつォrden Cluh, Mm. Cll/ton .Wade, 9:30 e, m- Koiary Club, "wiishifigtnn Hold, -2 Altrata Business Luncheon, Blue Mill, 12 JeMerson'School P, T. A., 2:30 Washington School P. T, A., 2:30 Trt Delta Mothers' Club..Mrs. Joe Bates, 6:30 V. F. W.j 108H West Center'Street, 7:30 .Far'West. Chapter One, R. A. M., Masonic Hall, 7:30 . Town Club Dinner Dance, Uork Bowl, 7:30 VA Dlitaffers, VA Nurses Home, 7:30 0. E, S. Social Clufc, Mrs, A. M. Irwin, 7:30 Workshop Planned ForAAUW ...Announcement, pf a Summer Itfork Shop, to be held In June in tittle Rock, was made by Mrs. Orfin Henbsst, .president elect,, at the annual spring picnic of the rテつォretttviae Branch cf AA.UW, heH Tuesday night In the Gsroe Room oJ.Holcambe Hull. . :_.Th!s."l5.the first time, a work, ihop .for the purpow of program - planning, has been he'd according fo Mrs. Dwight !s"ly, state, prer.l- ,dテつォ!tt. Members of the group will . bfi the presidents and pr*gram chairmen from s)l the branches in the state. Annual reports were made by thf Flnprice, Prl'nwfthip, a n r! Awards Committee's. The business session was conducted hy Miss Mary .Droke,' retiring president. Hostesses for the picnic were Mrs. Orvllie Hall, chairman, and Mrs. L. B. Ham, Mrs. -Richard Humbert, Miss Brrnicc Karnes, Miss Julia Vaulx, Mrs. Lloyd Mc- Cnnn; Mrs. T. R. Heath, Mrs, Harold Hanlz, 'Mrs. P, M. Johnston, Mrs. O. D. Llngclbach, Mrs. H, 'R, Kosen, Miss Mauriotta Shoemaker, Mrs. Charles J. Hanks, and Mrs. Ltppert Ellis. _ , James CJ. .Coe, city paiiltnrlnn, and John Mahaffey, city engineer, are attending the Engineers convention in Kansas City, Mn. DtNNIS THE MENACE By Kctcham *Mv QOSRI rtow'o you SET DoWNSwies so FAST?* SUNDAY MAY 11th Plan a BIG "HOLLIDAY" for MOTHER'S DAY See -- ACADEMY AWARD WINNER JUDY HOLLIDAY in "The MARRYING KIND" i funnier than "Born Yesterday!" Legionnaires Appoint Delegates To Convention The Clarence E, Bccly Post No. 129 will be host to the 20 posts, comprising the First District of the American-Lesion, from Wテつォsh- ingtori. Benton, Mテつサdison テつォnd Cテつサr- roll Counties, at the Legion Hut in Rprinfldalc on June 1st, beginning at 10 a. m. At the annual meeting of the Legionnaires from the First. District, resolutions will be adopted for the consideration of -the slate convention to be held in Hot Springs. テつキA district commander, district vice commander and four county commanders will be selected in addition to other officers. テつキ At a meeting of the local Post last night the following I'.elcsates to the convention were selected: U. A. Lovcll, chairman. Roy Wil- mnlh, Espen Walters, Wayne Allen, Eva Atwood; テつキ W. N. Gutensohn, Shelley Camp, Richard Umbaugh, Charles Elmer, A. E .Farwell; H. C. Dierich, Russell Self, Rテつサy House, Wayne High, Glenn. Vanscoy. Sub Debs And Dates Picnic At Wedinglon Sub Debs and their rlatps were entertained Sunday afternoon with a picnic テつサt Lake Wedlngton. The group consisted of about 30 young people, chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Norman Konnen, Mr. anri Mrs. Jerome McRoy, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Yoe, Mrs. Ben StrlcKler and Mrs. Fred Stevenson. Following the picnic, the afternoon was spent-in swimming anf boating. ./ Sons Chapel Auxiliary Studies Book Of Acts Ten members were present for the meeting of the Sons Chap*l Auxiliary, held Monday night at the home of Mrs. Curtis Crouch. The meeting was opened with the hymn, "Let Jesiテつォ Come Into Your Heart." Mrs. -Earl Cole led the devotion, "Witnessing for Christ." The program consisting of questions and answers on tht l l t h through the 14th chapters of the Book of Acts, was led ' by Mrs. Turner Brown. Plans were dls- ciiKsed for a picnic to be held this spring. Mrs. Carlton Gullcy will be hostess at Ihe next meeting of the club, May 88. Woman's Leaque Meets At'Lutheran Church " "theran Woman's T r . of St. John's I. 1 f ict Tuesday aftenv t h i . 'le-nl Center of the church, for its regular meeting. After the business session the program was led by the pastor, the Unv. Frederick A. Gumr, after which refreshments were served by the.hostess. Mrs. Paul McKlm. Green Valley Club Meets For Luncheon The Grnen Valley Club met yesterday, with Mrs. Arthur Hazelton as hostess to t!w 15 members. A covered dish luncheon was served at noon. A quilt wns completed to be given to the Judsonia Relief. Some of the members are making pHlow cases, which will also be sent to Judsonta. During the social hour, Mrs. John Brockway received the mystery package. j Two Films Scheduled ; For U. W. C. Meeting The University Women's Club will meet Friday afternoon at 3 1 r'clock, in the Faculty Clubrooms. j Mrs. Henry Kroncnberg and Mrs. | John Barnhlll with members of the College of Education and the department of athletics, will be hostesses for the occasion. The program will consiv of two films, one on the scenory and industrial development in 'lie Southwest area, f e a t u r i n g Arkansas, and the other a ranrpr education film, "Self Examination." U. S. fanners harvested morel i than 13 million acres of soy brans i 1 in 11)51. UA. Social News Seventeen University, women student* have been chosen because of their leadership, scholarship, and rervice on the campus for membership in Mortar Board, women's honorary leadership organization. A l l are juniors. They arc: Sur.anne Bryan,. Van Buren; Gloria Flowero, M.irlnnnn; Pat Fricltc, SluttKart; Peggy Gnrrett, Union I City, Trnn.; Marjorie Hammond, Fayettevllle; Sally Ingels, Fay.- etlcville Betty I.owe, BriRpsville; Catherine MrCartncy, Fort Smith; Sallye Rulh McGri-gor, Shcrrill; Joan Mclntyre, Gassvillc; Marie Morrison, iiuntsvilic; Dorothea Murzicos, Texarkana; Willene Runsirk, Newport; Jean Sutton, Huntivllle; Mary Lou Thomas, Prescott; Sue Walker, Clinton; Anna Belle White, Marion. テつキ .loc McCutchcn, Mansfield, h a s j been elected president of Delta Sigma Phi social fraternity, at the University. Other .new officers are C. W. Dwiggins, Jr., Amity, treasurer-secretary; Benny Riviello, Camden, N. ,1,, house manager; Dwight Sandifer, Hope, historian- editor; Don Endicott, Duenweg, Mo., pledgemasler; Al Black, Alba, Mo,, intramural manager; Ira Parsons, Hope, 'chaplain, and Bob Chcync, faculty 'advisor. Members of the University conducting class will conduct a twilight concert of the University band on May 8. .The "pop" concert will begin テつサt 6:3.0 p. m., on the .lawn in front of University Hall. Students who will conduct are Jane Fatten,. Lewlsville; Vera Jean Riddle, Winslow; Patsy Powell, norphlet; Tom Whltaker, Forrest City; Mary A n n ' Maddox, Fayetteville; .Harry Oakes, Springdale; Eleanor Stubblcfleld, El Dorado; Huth Moss, University City, Mo.; Stanley Cate, Fort Smith; .lanette Bryniarski, Mountain Home; Dorothy Oswald, Scllgman, Mo,, and Glenn Bowen, Little Rock. Youth Orchestra Will Present Concert The Fayettevllle Youth Orchestra under direction of tyarx ,1. Paler, University assistant professor of music, will present a con- tj^rt Sunday at 2:30 .'n the Arts Center Concert Hall. The 'irchcs- tra, which was onnnized four years aso, consists of approximately 25 young musicians from Fay- cttovillc ,-iJH vicinity. In addition to the Youth Orchestra, the..first and second year slrinB classes, from Fayetteville and vicinity. In addition to the Youth Orchestra, the first and second year string (-テつキlasses from the University Training School will perform. Soloists w i l l he Violinist Harlan Head of Fayetteville and violinists Jerry Ross, Greenland, Nancy Garrison, Caroline Hoffman, Pat Crnllpy, Kenneth ' Osborne. Jr., and Robert Snydcr. all of Fayette- villo. The public is invited to the concert. There will be no admission charge. Personals . Friday Club will meet this week with Mrs. G. A. Vincenheller, at 3 o'clock 'in the afternoon. Altcnding the golf tournament in Little Rock are Bill McNair. Allan Gilbert, Roy Wood, and Hal Douglas. Mayor and Mrs. Powell M. Rhea left this morning for California. They will visit their sons in Los AngSles. Announcements Central ChrMian Church Sermon subject tonight at the Central Christian Church will be "Hen-Pecked Husbands and Foolish Wives." Following the sermon there will be a healing service. O. E. S. Social Club The p. E. S. Social Club will meet wilh Mrs. A. M. Irwin, Zion Riad, Thursday at 7:30 p. m. an Executive Board meeting, which begins テつサt 2:30 p. m. This will be the last meeting of the current school year' and will include the i n s t a l a t i o n of officers for the new y e a r ' 1 by Miss Stella Hall, who will also | give a t a l k on "Importance of Reading." She will emphasize the importance of. summer reading.! Refreshments will he served by | the Hospitality Committee and i Girl Scouts of Troop 45 will be! in charge of the nursery. Ad.erli*. l th* THKft-It テつォ*j.! Junior Art Group The. Junior Art Cenler at the University will be open this Saturday and enrollment will begin for (he summer term. Jefferson School r.T.A. Jefferson School P.T.A. will meet tomorrow at 2:45 p. m. in the school auditorium, following Cracked, Dry Skin Soolh*--(often--htlp htal ' } and relieva fiery itch with ,' テつキ Oil-rich Resinoli. OINTMENT-'Cpnte*,, Lanolin St.Joseph SPECIALS You're Twict Ai Lovtly Ir^ A Permanent From NORMA'S SHOPPE, All Permanent! Vi Prict Fhimt 323 Ut W. MnmKIn THE BLAIRS, STATIONERS onrh. Squaro Tht Oldiii Office Suppy Houit ind Gilt Shop in Norihwテつォil Arknniai テつキ MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS Pretty -- Permanent -- Practical Mothtr'i Day Cards-5c to $1.00-Sly!td by Gibson Miss Eleanor Callahan, field representative of the Arkansas As- social ion for Crippled Rehabilitation U.iil, is in Fayetteville today with the mobile unit. Approximately 41 scholastic awards will he presented to outstanding University students at the 12th annual Honors Day convocation at 10:90 a. m. Thursday morning. The awards .will be in various fields, Including music, English, biology, engineering, mathematics, medicine, languages, social studies, psychology and philosophy, law, education, physics and home economics. Senior scholarship keys will be given to the highest ranking student in each college. Dr. Hayd^i C. Nicholson, dean of the University's School of Medicine, will be the principal speaker. Honors Day is sponsored by the Council of Scholastic Honor Societies. A program of contemporary nlislc will be presented Thursday, lay 8, by the University Avood- 'ind quintet at fi p. m. in the out- ,oor theater of the Arts Center. Featured on the prosram will be Adagio and Rondo by Dr. Bruce Benward, associate professor of music, and George Schater, former music department, faculty member. Both compositions were written especially for the University woodwind quintet. Also to be played arc Prairie Songs hy Roger Goeb, Concerto for Woodwind Quintet by Joseph Jongen, two Sketches by Darius Milhauri, and Variations sur un Theme Libre by Eugene Bozza. Members of the quintet are Neal Widder. flute; Rogpr Widder, oboe; Glenn Bowcn, clarinet; Edmunrt Marty, French horn, and . Mack Walker, bassoon. ^ EngUiti Lingua** Asmara, Eritren-W)-This former Italian colony now fedeiated with Ethiopia .has chosen English as the official lansuage in its Na- lional Assembly. The a c t o n brought protests from the Italian population. Births Mr. テつサnd Mrs. Hilllurd Jackson Mr. and Mrs. Hilliard Jackson of Fayettevllle announce She birth f a son, May 7, at the County hospital. There are more than 30,0001 known dlscasrs f.f planls. Mlko Mitchell spent the weekend at Hound Mounlain Poultry Ffirm as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blair, while . Mrs. Dwight Moore, with whom he makes his home, was in Fort Smith. Robert F. Howard, USN, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. I?avid of Winslow, was recently promoted (o radarman, Ihird class, on board the USS Colahan, Pacific Fleet destroyer and veteran of Korean, combat. j.imes J). Waters, son of Mi and Mrs. D. H. Wテつサtors of West Fork, has been promoted to aviation electrician's mate, third class, USN, while serving with the Fleet Aircraft' Service Squadron 112, based r-t the U.S. Naval Air Station, Whidbey Island, Wash. Dr. and Mrs. Robert G: Tickard and daughter. Patricia, left this morning for Bethcsria, Md., where Dr. Picks rd will do a two-week lour of duty at the IJ. S. Naval Hospital. They will also visit.rel- atives in Rome, N. Y., and return to Fayctleville about June 1. Two Who Fled Industrial School Are Recaptured Camden, Ark.-W)-T\vo youths who escaped frohi the Arkansas Boys Industrial School near Pins Bluff were captured by city police here late last night. The capture of Dennis McCaslin, 16, of Fort Smith, and Charles Strebcr, IS, of Sidney, left only one of six inmates who fled from the school Monday night at large. He is Arlie Brinkley, 15, of Patterson. NO MONTHLY CRAMPS... NOT EVEN ON FIRST DAY You mty be suffering ncedZcssty from the functionally-caused cramps, pain find weak, "no poocf' feelings due to menstruntion! For -- In actual tests by doctors --Lydia Plnkham's Compound stooped or pave amazing relief of such distress in 3 out of 4 of the cases . .*. even on the very first and worst day of the monthly period! LydlftFlnkhum'a IB morfrrn in its action! 60 set Lydla E. Plnkham'e Vegetable Compound -- or nrw, iniprorecf Tablets with ft-.|dsd Iron. 3ee I f -- t n k f n throughout the month--it doesn't relieve those cramps, backaches. Jitters -help vou feel better before nnrt during your period! Or--If you Buffer from functional "hot flashes" of "change or Hie," find out how wonderful rjnfcTiam'a is for that, too! I It hftfi テつサ quieting rfTrrt on f may C*OM mcnttruテつサ1 pテつサInl NATIONAL COLLEGIATE PLAYERS sponsoring the SUE GARRETT KELLER SPRING RECITAL MAY 19, 1952 announces that all tickets for the recital' this year have been sold. Wt regret that we are unable to accornmodate all of you who would fik* to attend, but we appreciate your great interest. One of Arkansas' Fine Stores The Mpst Beautiful and Distinctive MOTHERS DAY GIFTS ' The Most Beautiful Gift Wrapping in Northwest Arkansas -Or course/... Choose Your Graduation Watch hov/ easy It it io be thテつサ P routi owner of aimart,occuraletime- P' CC1! ' Hcre oro Jt y'テつォテつサ テつーnd valuB that u "uH not beat anywherel Guard your time we! I with one of Anwrlca's finest watches. ^ ' Your Credit It Always Good at テつキ fait Ctntor No Carrying Charg* i

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