Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 8, 1952 · Page 3
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May 8, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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MO Hostesses Girl Scouts Mebane Harrison and Janic Butler of Girl Scout Troop 1' were two of the hostesses at th Girl Scout open'house, held Sun day at the Little House. Janice i attired in a baker's cap and apron The sign she carries tells that the · have visited a local bakery, whjl working for -their communit badge. Guild Entertains Mothers At Party Prairie Grove - (Special) - Thi. basement of the Methodist Church was the scene' of a party given Monday night by members of the Wesleyan Guild for their n:others Mrs. David McCartney, mistres of ceremonies, read a poem dedi cated to the mothers, after which each daughter pinned a whit" carnation on her mother. Juanita Beaty sang "Mother of . Mine, ; \vith Mrs. Robert Earl Cunningham as accompanist. Mrs. Delfon Hieff paid a tribute to mothers. This was followed by a piano solo by Mrs. Robert Cunningham. Mrs. McCartney asked that the} stand and sing "Faith of Our Mothers." Place cards of the mothers were collected and dropped into A basket for a -drawing of the lucky mother. Mrs. Eula Bell received a gift. Mrs. McCartney read a poem written by Mrs E. H. Cook for Mrs. Peter Roberts After reading the poem Mrs. Rob. erts received a gift from the Guild, with .their regrets that the Roberts are moving back to their home in Canada. The supper was closed with al Joining in singing- "Till We Mee1 Again." . CDR West Receives · Legion Of Merit CDR Ralph McMurray West : TJSCG, who directed the rescue o: 44 survivors of a collision at sea on May 14, 1951, received the Legion of Merit, Tuesday, presentee by. John W. Snyder, secretary o] the Treasury. CDR West is the son-in-law of Mayor Powell M. Rhea of Fayetteville. He is now commanding · officer of the cutter Chincoteague, stationed at Norfolk. Mrs. West, the former Ann Rhea, attended the University. Delta Gamma Club TovHold Rummage Sale. A rummage sale will be held by members of the Delta Gamma Mother's Club, Saturday morning, with proceeds to be used to provide table service for the chapter house. Edlin's Shoe Shop will be the place of sale. On the committee in charge are Mrs. Jeter Morse, Mrs. J. A. Robinson, and Mrs. C. H. Williams. Those wishing to contribute, rummage may bring it to Edlin's Shoe Shop or to the home of Mrs. Robinson, 345 Highland Avenue. Rummage may be picked up by calling Mrs. Earl Houk, telephone 2782-W. Mrs. R. W. Boston of Winnetka, 111., is visiting here in the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R. Boston. Just-3 More Days 'till the best MOTHER'S DAY treat you've ever had arrives! Yes, Ma'am, It's JUDY HOIIIDAY Hold Open House For Parents Girl Scouts of Fayetteville were hostesses for open house Sunday afternoon at ttw Little. House. Guests, including parents »nd friends of the girls, were served refreshments and were shown exhibits of crafts, badgework. and other displays. Troops, their, leaders and their exhibits were: Troop 39, Minerva Hoover, leader, Lodean Deffebaugh, assistant, head scarfs; Troop 26, Mrs. Lynn Howard, dolls 01 different countries; Leverett Troop, Mrs. Ear! Allen, corsages; Tjoop 18, Mrs. Heydon Lewis, sewing display, rocks and minerals, "outdoor life" and "My Troop;" Troop 27, Mrs. Herman Hovinga, leader and' Mrs. .1. Benton,' assistant, dish towels am games for display; Troop 42, Mrs Gregg Holland, assisted -by Mrs Charles Rocher, walnut bracelets Jefferson School Trooo 45, Mrs R. Simms, aprons and dish towel! and growing coral rocks; Leveret' School Troop 40, Mrs. B. Hankins first aid-demonstration and. chest Washington School Troop 43, Mrs W. S. Cooley, chest for troop supplies; Brownie Troop 41, Mrs. W Schaefer in charge of the table: Mrs. Jack Budd, leader. Washington School Troop 17; Mrs. J. R Boston, leader, community badge work from visiting the Southwest Bell Teleohone Company, thr county jail, and a bakery: Tronn 37, Mrs. R. H. Truax, leader, "jit upons.* 1 About 350 guests visited 'the second annual "May Fete." Dish towels made by Brownie Troop 27 were left for use at the Little House. Crippled Children Receive Treatment Miss Eleanor Callahan, field representative of the Arkansas Association for Crippled Rehabilitation Unit, reports eight treatments given to five children of Washington County, 'yesterday. Two children of the county, who were registered and invited for .reatment, did not attend, and-iive children, who \yerc Invited from Bordering counties, did not report '.or treatment. T r e a t m e n t s ef occupational iherapy were given by Miss Rose Marie Holsten, and speech therapy was received from Miss Clara Mae Frederick. The mobile unit left today for Rogers, where a clinic will be held. : ' To Be Installed Announcements Arkuuu Medical Auxiliary of Washington County The Arkansas Medical Auxiliary of Washington County will meet omorrow at 2:30 p. m., in the mme of Mrs. W. A. Fowler, 1500 Cleveland. Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumnae The meeting of the Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumnae, scheduled or tonight, has been postponed. Washington School Program Fifth and sixth grades of Wash- ngton School will present a pro- 'ram, based on the favorite songs £ Stephen Collins Foster, tomor- ow night at 7:30 o'clock in the chool auditorium. Lois Mitchell will be installed as worthy advisor of the Order of the Rainbow for Girls, Saturday nisht at 8 o'clock, in a public service'to be held at the Masonic Hall. Brownie Troops Have "Fly-Up" At Watson Home Brownie Troops 26 and 27 Washington School held a joi "Fly-Up" ceremony, Tuesday a ternoon in the garden of Mrs. mond Watson's home. Leaders assisting-'with the cer mony were Mrs. Herman Hovins Mrs. Lynn Howard and Mrs. Je Benton. To open the program, tl girls sang the Brownie Smi Song, followed by a flag ceremon after which each girl was pinne with her "Fly-Up" wings. Eac l was then given the Sco handshake by her new Girl Scou leader, and saluting, repeated th irl Scout Promise. After this, the girls in uniso recited the 10 Girl Scout Law and ended the ceremony by sing ing "Girl Scouts Together." Be !reshmcnts were served to all th girls and their mothers, speci; guest"; for the service. Those receiving their win, were: Nancy Estes, Susie Wee dington, Janet Watson, Sharo Howard, Judy Pyeatt, Shanno Bohart, Carolyn Buxton, Hhe Shelton, Marcia Hovinga, Anil reer, Toddy Watson; Mary Karolyn Jones, Jean An WcKinney, Ann Holland, Belt Shackleford, Susan Dulin, Caroly Thomas, Ellen Kay Martin, Pam ela Palmer, Judy Bftiton, Lind McFarland, Marci Ann Williams Paula Sue Billingsley, Corneli Williams, Priscilla Holland, Mar Frances Smith, Phyllis McFar land, .Thclma Yeager, and Mai Ann Hendricks. Personals Postmaster A. D. McAlliste will attend the National Associa ion of Postmasters of the Unite States, to be held Sunday throug] Tuesday at Little Hock. Jo Backus, district postal inspector be in Little Rock for the re ception, Sunday evening, for W. L Joan, postal inspector of the SI ;uouis District. Kenneth Osbornc, chairman o the Fine and Applied Arts, will bi the principal speaker tonight at a music appreciation banquet for the Joplin High School Orchestra He will discuss music and the fine arts. SfRUCE STYLE 5142 Wheat Nylon Mesh and Turftan Veal -^^^^·i^gwi Bostonia us RAY Starts Sunday 'Always Cool and Comfortable" ... This smart Boslonian wing tip combines lasting... handsome... casy-lo-tleari Nylon Mesh with smooth brown calf to catch the ·lightest breeze astir. Get your "weltering" iniurince todayl Other* $8.95 up First in Fayetteville Rememb«r Mother en Her Day! It's Handmacher Weather! HANDMACHER SUITS 11 styles to choose from $ 25 Suits to wtor anywhere under the sun . , . tailored of the proven acetate fabric Celaneie weavei for Handmacher with a crtipnesi that never cleans out. Regular and half sizes in a wide variety of colors. 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