Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 8, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 8, 1952
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2--NMTHWUT ARKANSAS TIMM, NytHairflU, Aifcsmvjt, Thursday, May I, Itlt ·KMHIIIIIIIIHIIIUinilllllllKIIHIIIIjlllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIHitUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII MM. KATHUIN DOZIIR iMiiinimimiiiimiiiiiniti minim IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIMIHIIIMIIIII Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Trl D»Jta Mothers' Club, Mrs. Joe Bated, 9:30 V. F. W., 108H West Center Street, 7:30 Far West Chapter One, H. A. M. 1 , Masonic Hall, 7:30 Town Club Dinner' Dance, Uark Bowl, 7:30 VA Distaffers, VA Nurses Home," 1:30 O. E. S. Social Oub, Mrs. A, M.'Irwin, 7:30 Friday . . . · Contact Club, Washington-Hot!l, 7:30 a. m. Feyettevllle Board nf .Realtor*, Ferguson's, 12 Fifth and Sixth Grade Program, Washington School, 7:30 Central Methortlst B. P. W. Cist*, Mrs. L««l«r Setzer, 7:30 Petunia Club Installs New Officers . Petunia .Garden Club -members vere entertained by MM.'.'fir M. Porter and her mothe; 1 , Mrs,-Burton, ri'ltl) « cooperative luncheon, Wednesday. There were 14 mem- · befs present and two guest*, .Mrs. Porter's daughter, Mrs! Miry C. McGetcrlclt and her motHor-in-law : '.from New York. . ,Roll call was anEwerijd hy "my · favorite flower." A report v.'as ; .'·jlven from trie Older Nursery concerning- the evergreens set out. ·»'. the County Hospital for the club. Mrs. Stevens gave i report on her trip to Natchez, Mlrs,,- and : h* Natchez , Garden Pllnrlmitf. MM. Johnson read five rules for Iris culture and Mrs. Helms rend , quotation -from Tennyson and I short poem, "This Day Belongs' . "6 God." Mrs, Porter gave a brief history of the dub,'when II ·Kit organized 18 years ajo and how it obtained the name of Ff- .tunla Garden Club, Officers for the earning year were asked to. ·land and were installed, They received pink .and lnvendar cor- · · Mies,' ; ' New officers are Mrs.. Witt Carter, president! Mrs, T.\L, .Tones, . vice president; Mrs. Bob White, ·ecreUfyi MM. -Etta Balck, treas- lifer. After touring the iris garden ·) the hostess, the meeting w a s . adjourned. 4-H Clubs Make Universify.Tours 4.-H Clubs from the following I tountles were 'represented -«t 'Jhe I University Visitation Day, held V/ednesday: Boone. Baxter, Benton, Mariison," Washington, Con* Way, franklin, LpKtir. «nd Kcwlon The girls assembled at the field house'in the morning. They w on five 20 minute tours and stops The .boys assembled at the Farm Headquarters and went on seven .18'; minute tours. In the afternoon, boys nnd girls assembled at the F l e . d House where they joined In group sing- Ing and presentation o f ' j U l e n nui ibcrs. They were, welcomed'by It. Llppert S. Kills. Alter-Grimsley Engagement Told The engagement of Miss. Katie Marie Alter to Boy Grlmsley, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E.-Orlmsley 'of Sprlngdale, Is announced by her parents, Mr. and .Mrs. G.' K Alter of DeWltt. 'Miss Alter and Mr, Orlmslej are at the present, students at the University. The wedding' will be an event of June 3, at the .Central Methodist Church. , · Prairie Grove Seniors Plan Closing Services Prairie Grove -(Special)-' Baccalaureate service for the Prairie drove High School will be held In -the Methodist church, Sundaj evening nt a o'clock. TheHcv. S O, Patty, pastor of the church will deliver the message. Olhcr dales for the closing activities of the high school are Senior Class Day, Tuesday, ft program of the clnss; Commencement exercises to be held In th* Phillips gymnasium,'" DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketchom ' I'M EN7EWHG H/M !W WE DOG SHOW /S A TOODLf, MOM. · · THE PRIZES AKE BIGGER m THAT CLASS." THE BREAD TO BUY Prairie Grove Honor Students Prolrlo Grovc-(Spcclnl)-Honor students of the 1052 graduating class Prnirie Grove High School have been announced as Jane Blakc- rnore, valcdictorinn, with a point avcrape 0(5.24, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. .1. R,- BInkemorc; EUn Marie Clark, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Horschcl Clark, salulatorlan, with a point average of 5.13; Charlene Brewer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brewer of Prairie Grove, Is an nonor student with a point nvcrsac of 5.03. Friday evening at fi o'clock, with 'Dr. Dorsey Jones, professor of history at the University, giving the address, "An Olti Prescription for New Graduates." Thirty-two graduates will re- calve Ihelr diplomas, after which. trip Is planned for the seniors. Elkins H.DJ Club ' Observed Home Week The EJklns . Home Demonstration Club sponsored 'a cooperative dinner' Thursday night at the Community church. The-occasion was in observance of National Home Week. After dinner the group participated in singing and playing games. Piano solos were played by ' Pat Barron and . Mfssec Shirley Collins, Carol Griffith and Peggy West. . SPECIALS You're Twice As Ltfrelr In A Ptrmanint From NOKMA'S SHOPPE All Ptrmutnts Vi P1» HUM at ill W. tainnUIn Perfume That Clings 0.--Dear Penny: I adore perfume, but · for some reason or other Ita fragrance just does not last on me. I have told several! of my friends that I want a new I perfume, but first I must find nut about a lasting one.--Mrs. A. W. A.--A particularly good idea for \vnmcn who clalrry that perfume docs not "stay with them" 'it a Wquld. Skin 'Sachet. It smooths on the skin very easily, and lingers longer because of its iochet base. H bus a slower rate of diffusion sod evaporation than any other type of fragrance. Try this Houbigant Chantilly Liquid Skin Sachet. Only,$1.85 plus tax at Quaker Drug. THE BLAIRS, STATIONERS o nT h.$ q uar. The Oldest Office Supsty Heuse «nd Gilt 8hop In Horlhwesl Arkaniss i MOTHER'S tAY GIFTS Pretty t- Permanent -- Practical Mother's 0«y Cardi-Sc to *1.00-Styled by Olbsan 1m Hfrt Mm m» Mito-Un Ti M* Jtmrf "Nirm" Can everyone see from that nervous, women build Jittery Jook In your flyes Hint you ·re suffering "chango-of-life" mixery? Sure, make-up may help 'tome^yft It can't take the pftln and neryouinesi out of your exes. But Cardui often does. A little Cardul new resijtnnce I and vitality, changing daA month* and years to brighter, happier rimes. So let Cardul help you look, relax and sleep better. Get Cardul "Insurance" from your etch day has lirlped trionMndi of deilertoday.(Sayi"eari.j/tu-tye")- Month// Cramps · Chonoe at lift C A R D U I 41 I, CENTER PHONE 21 OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 8 P.M. REMEMBER MOTHER'S DAY MAY llth t --S ' 41 E. CENTER ST. PHONE 21 CAROL BRENT NYLONS Buy Box of 3 Pair and Save REG- 98c PAIR 18 DENIER, 60 GAUGE First quality, full-fashioned. Under other Bar of 3 brands sell for more. Dark or regular seams. Extra sheer; extra long-wedrlng. O f\j REG. 89o PAIR IS DENIER, 81 GAUGE lovely full-fashioned first quality--now Box of 3 at this low price. Choose either dark or regular seams. Popular'sprmg shades. 2.27 REG. 98c PAIR 30 DENIER, 81 GAUGE luiinen iheerl--10 practical for every fnta(3 day wear. Reinforced and full-faihioned, fine seams, lovely new spring shades. 2 67 FAST-DRYING NYLON BLOUSES Wtilt, fat Mi Z./O Sim 32 to 38 Give mother a nylon blouse--eaiy to wath, lime-, saving, so practical. In lovely nylon tricot and puckered nylon, they'll dress-up suits and skirts. Cool and comfortable, they're Ideal for warm days ahead. B '2.29 @ 3.2? GIVE PRACTICAL SLIPPERS 2.29 a n d ^ 3.29 @ Good Quality-Wing Steps. Black quilled rayon ·ofin, delicately embroidered In floral pattern, 4-9. U Always popular--lustrous blue Rayon Satin Ballerinas with striking floral embroidery. Sizes 4-10. 0.3.98 RUN-PROOF NYLON TRICOT,'. 0 40 denier Nylon Petticoats, nylon net, ,. fto embroidery hems, small, medium, large, i.7O I?Lavish trim. Elastic leg Nylon Panties.. fio Asst, colors. Small, medium, large sizes.I.OX @ Four-gore 40 Denier Nylon Slip with n no rich nylon trims. Frosty white, 32 to 40. O.7O FASHION-BRIGHT COTTONS Wldt le/ecf/on 8.98, 'nnfort', mliltt' Brighten your wojm weamer outlook with m«e, Simple enough to make launderbfl eaiy, yel each one has a dress-up air. Washable Chambrays, Iroadclorhi, Tltsve Clngharm k aiwrte* RUN-PROOF NYLON TRICOT Aloalf 5.98 Itrtlf ditatll leoury and quality--at an ovhfandlng low prtte. M* cut Tricot Nylon Gowni--beautifully MffltMit. Sen* witk round permoAenriy pleated eollan--»leitt4 mtdriffi, Uxely hi delicate pastel blwe or pink. 32-40L

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