Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 12, 1952 · Page 3
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May 12, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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NOtTHW«ST AMANSAS TIMH, Final Talks In Series To Be Held At UA (our faculty members: William ! graduate 5on i( )r s. Following thr Harris of the philosophy depart- i meeting the Alliance and seniors I ment; Alexander Mcigs, economics · w '" ha\ r o the a n n u a l senior dinner A pans! discussion on "Chris- department; Stephen Stcphan of '" be at 7 p.m. at Mary Macslri's. tianit; a n d rival secular faiths" , t h c roriolncy department; R a l p h ! w j . -."T will be the final series sponsored I ·"«* "' the-political science dc-! The Wrinreday Club will meet M«y it, mi .-- j by the Student Council of the Uni- Partment. versity as a follow-up to Relisiou? j Emphasis Week. It will be held tomorrow at 7:30 p. m. in the Student Union Game Room, nnrl will be open to the publii There will be short Personals talks by : CHICK SPECIAL 8c each HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery P. O. ·« 113 «r Ttltph.nc JIM Fiytttcvilie, Arkinut his week for a 1 o'clock luncheor. at the home of Miss Mamie" Phillips, 358 Arkansas Avenue. Engineering Faculty Wives Club The Engineering Faculty Wives . w i l l meet tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. Pfc. James Bone arrived Sunday | with Mrs. R. C. Paddock, 1400 ; to spend a two weeks furlough j Cleveland Avenue. : with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. ' Robert Bone. I.unsford Street. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde F. Shively i)f Kansas City, Mo., were wcek- | end guests of his brother, A. N. Shively, Mt. Comfort Road. Mr. Shively is a former resident of i Fayetteville and attended school here. Huntivill. Art League i The Huntsville Art League will ! meet tomorrow night, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Johnson at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Alice Green Thornton, art professor at John Brown University, will be guest speaker for the evening. She will Rive a talk on "Paintinq With Water Colors." The meeting will be open Dinner guests in the home of Mr. | '" a11 ) vhn m 'G h t b e interested in this subject. and Mrs. Alvin Maxwell Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Dero Hawkins and two sons, Ross and Larry, of Tulsa, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maxwell and sons, Donald and Modern Literature Club The Modern Literature C l u b , will meet with Mrs. Clive Lane, i X ^ U A t v d l d l l u anus, J-.UHC11U i i l l l l ntn » , , , ~- , 1 ' - -- - · · Billy; Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hawkins- 34B N o r t n College Avenue, tomoi- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mayes and j row af 'ernoon a' 3 o'clock. son, Hickie, and Mr. and Mi's. I ,, . _--: A. L. Stover, all of Fayetteville j Ne Ju COI ?, e1 ' ! S P rln 9 Luncheon The Newcomers Spring Lunch- 4 9 t h Fighter-Bomber W i n g , ! Korea--S/Sst. Kenneth R. Collins | of Fayetteville. Ark., has arrived j Your Coolt'i I'aint Store or Di-nlcr h»i the Riwwer to all your home decorating problem* -- in the new Cook's Shcbtone Color C i b i n e t · nd FREE Color Plan. The Color Plan Folder Is yours to (tier, -showi the color-planned effect before you turt to paint! Walls, Ceiling, Floors* A c c e n t s Conn to Lift i n Y o u r Cook's Color Plan Folder! C O O K ' S PAINTS be held at Ferguson': Cafeteria in the M o u n t a i n Inn i Hotel, Wednesday at 1'15 n m Thosc w h n ,,, ai / ,,, at ; cnr] Pthc ! in Korea .'or duty as a senior jet j luncheon should call Mrs. M K aircraft mechanic with the 49th Tosterman or Mrs. Tom Ross for Fighter-Bomber Wing. In this job, | reservations. Following the lunch- Collins will make various m a i n - i co ". bridge and canas'a will be tenancc inspections and repairs 0.1 ' P'"5'"- Mrs. Lowell Chancy will F-84 Thunderjels that fly into | " lstruct n "v bridge players, enemy territory. Collins w-s graduated from University High School at Fayetteville in June, 1047. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Collins, Route 2, Fayettevillo. Announcements Pre-School P.T.A. The Pre-School P.T.A. meeting will be held in the Washington School auditorium, tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. Miss Juanita Caudle, principal of Washington and Lev- orett Schools, will speak on "Getting the Children Ready For School." Tri Delta Alliance-Senior Meel And Dinner | The Tri Delta Alliance meets tomorrow at ! p.m., at the home, of Mrs. Jeff Duty, 912 Fairview, i derives to confer the Circle Degree u p o n ' "senile Births Mr. anil Mrs. Hugh Hill Mr. and Mrs. Huth Hill of Wheeler announce the birth of a son, May 10, at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hunter Mr. and Mrs. Cecil H u n t e r of Winslow announce the birth of a son, May 11, at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Gates Mr. and Mrs John Gates of Fayetteville announce the birth of a son. May 10, at the Countv Hospital. "Senate" originally meant an as- , wmbly of old men and the word ! from the same root NOW! You Save UP TO '30! 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