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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 15, 1952
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JNORTHWKT ARKANSAS TIMIS.»ill«, Arkomm. ThMndoy, May IS, 1«J Exhibition Of Paintings On View At Art Gallery Open To Public Each Day; Well Known Works Included In The Showings An exhibition of paintings on- , thc telpgraph. V£« d " Thn A m e r i c a n Tradition, I Another arresting canvas, be- 1800-1900," will bo on view at tho | longinfi to a later period, is John Univcrsiiy Arts Cnntor gallery ! Sinfjor Sargent's head of his May 16 through June 10. It will ! friend, the great French impres- be open to the public week-days | sionist, Claude Monet. Perhaps from 8 a. m. to 10 p. m.. and Sun- i the best known portrait painter of days from 2 to 5 p. m. It is circu- ] his clay, the versatile Sargent was later! by The American Federation ; equally facile in other art forms. of TM' ts - j His early "A Street Scene in Ven- The 40 paintings by 38 noted ; jco" also is included in the show. American 'artists which make up I The romantic figure in Amcri- the traveling show have ber-n can art history. John James Audu.- selected from the 125th anniver- ! bmi, who rose to international re- sary exhibition of the N a t i o n a l nown, is represented with "Black Academy of Design, held in New Grouse or Heath Grouse" Tht lively 1949, when he returned to A r k a n - ' nn liquor prnbah «is as executive n.=yist;im t» Dr. so , m because thr Lewis \Vchsk-r Jruies, then p r e s i - l . , , clrnt of tho Unm:mi'. In addition c n t l r a l ^ t l l ; i t ' n " to his v.-ork in tho o f f s r e of t h e - su l'p!y ;'nd a sh,i ! president ho taught Mum- rciur.sp\' ^' fl 1 1 J f l '" i r t | in l a w and- worked »n i f i v e - p o r t ' l)0l ' lcd wlu " r o n l doctoiitl dis.-rrtallon. Word ttuil the f i f t h and f i n a l portion of the w u i k hail bcrn .-ici-fpti'd was received from Harvard t h i s week. When Dr. ^onos re-signed ;i? and a professor of law in the L'ni- president nMnc University of Ar| versity's School nf Law, wiM r e - j Kansas liisl f a l l . Professor Coviny- j ceive the degree of doctor nf j u - . l-'jn was named provost of the in: ridical .science from Harvard Uni- Mitution and made acting prcsi- versity on June 19. . fient. Professor Covington, horn in · ~ " Nashville, Ark., but reared in DC-i MflV L i f t Controls Ofi light, was graduated from the Uni- n · r\L i · vcrsity of Arkansas in 1!)32. A f - " i - C C S Ut LlCfUOT Irr teaching school for a time lie'. Washington - /TJ - G Covinglon Wins Doctor's Degree From Harvard Provost Joe E. Covington, act int: president nf the U n i v e r s i t y ' ilv will i n d u s t r , TM""' S irp d i n u -'il in ic iols are lip l i f t e d y fat;-, n , '" " v " r - m .vilct. es i" cx- suspeml The Courts Circuit Court Mr. n:i!l Mi O A \ V r i | : i r r ! Cm tnd;iy l,nnii;ht v.,,i ;,,;.,,,, , ,;,,, ,., ,.,.|.,.,|,,|, iwi:i! M.'itikcri I.lfe In-.ur,"inr ip.iny of n.illai, Jxa. Ii, 1 !o phis r.i\ [.or cent intrrr-' ! P.IK!. Thc p l a i n t i f f s rontcnr thc in-iir,inri- n,i-ip.,.iy, i.nd nt r.prr^ljon-. alilp unHrr t h e policy, failed to mm t K in t e type operation uhd?r- K'mo by Irs. Woodnrd. For this rrn«m thr · contend t h a t the com- pnnv ir- Ii; J!P for fho total charges »«.·- m;id- l,y ihc finj; physician. h.ive rd,;- j YOU CANT FOOL A CAKE PLATE? . Leading landscape painters are represented. The first successful York last December. Most of th, works are portraits or "diploma" i uii usumTM. i m- nrsi succcssiui pictures presented by the artists American exponent was the self- cm their election, either as assort- j taught Thomas Doughty His small ales or full-fledged academicians, "Landscape" displays his char- to the National Academy. I n ;,ddi- . acteristically visible brush strokes tion. canvases have been borrowed , and freshness of approach. Thomas . Coir, leader nf America's first native school of art. the Hudson River School, depicted "The Mountain Ford." Cole's followers, Asher B. from the Smithsonian I n s t i t u t i o n the Metropolitan Museum of Art the Whitney Museum of American Art and nther sources. To- ,,,,,,. v.u, c » ^..uwu.s, « 5 i,er r. gether the pictures offer a survey | Durand, J. F. Kensett, and Jasper of the evolution of American j F. Cropsey painted other works painting d..-;n g tho !8 , h ,,,,,,,,,,.,. I cxh;bitcd Portraiture, the prevailing art j In sharp contrast is the subtle form in the American colonies , imaginative work of George In- throughout the 18th century, con! ness, whose "Landscape" may be tmued in importance well into t h e I seen. Two popularizes of the middle 19th century. Looming . Far West in vast panoramic can- above all others in the field was vases, who differ radically from entered the University's School n f ' o f f i c i a l s said today price controls Law from which he received the i ^=^^^- .-.--- --·-- ' - · - · . ----~- · bachelor of laws decree in 19HI. A year later he received the ma. 1 '- j tcr of laws degree from H a r v a r d University. He joined the faculty of i h c , ! University School of Law in 1!)41,| i but in 1913 he entered the arm- i ed services. He returned to t h e ! I campus in 1946, and in 1!)47 oh- | tained a leave of absence to re-I turn to Harvard to work toward the doctorate. He completed all course work for the doctora'te ir RADIO TV SERVICE Latest TV Test Equipment 14-Heur Service TRI-STATE SALES CO. 320 W. Dickion Phong 513 ·««"·* L oach other, are Albert Biorstadt and Thomas Moran. Prairie Grove The Order of the Rainbow for Perfume That Clings Gilbert Stuart, whose work is rep. resented in the exhibition by his study'of his fellow artist, Washington Allston. Benjamin West. "The American Raphael," comes to live in a romantically realistic portrait by -··- -· "· *·"; *iamuvjw 4ui Samuel F. B. Morse, a pupil o'f , Girls met Monday night at the Allston's. A popular portraitist, I Masonic Hall with Bobbie Curt- Morse was first president of the j sin ger, worthy advisor. Guests National Academy and inventor of j wcr( ' Mrs. Charles Ray, mother - : = advisor of the Fayetteville Chapter; Mrs. Shell, mother a d v j o r of ; Ihc Springdale Chapter; Mr. Shell, "·~~ Dear Penny: I adore per- and members of the local Masonic fume, but for some reason or \ Lodge and Eastern Star chapter. other its fragrance just does not ' Mrs. Ray was given a piece of .ast on me. I have told several crystal in appreciation of her help of my friends that I want a n e w , to the Prairie Grove Assembly.- perfume, but first I must find out j During the business meeting 'it' about a lasting one.-Mrs. A. W. , was voted to have a picnic at Lake ' A.--A particularly good idea j Wcdington Wednesday and Mrs for women who claim t h a t per- , R a y announced the appointments | ume does not '·stay with them" , o f Bobbie Curtsinger to grand i !mJ!.h ,, i " C ' "! l^ge of the Grand Assembly and: smooths on he skin very easily, ! La Vonne Phillips and Camilla and lingers longer because of its Bidwcll to the ? and chdr o£ thc lachet base. It l,,-,s a slower rate G r a n d Assembly, which will be . ,,, .^..^1; ° nly SL85 PIUS a x thTM Pr" | . . g It Quaker Drug. Richest of all coffees gives you 10-15 more cups per pound yet costs only ! cents more m ·% ·-"·, - ·**«:'",«?«, c *fr · §·· and Mary Noll --,,,, read a poem, ''Mother's 1 Trunk in (he Attic." Concluding thc program was the presentation of a Mother's Day gift to Mrs. R. C. Lane. Refreshments were served in the lounge after the meeting. The Masons met at the Masonic Hall Tuesday night for a "fellowship meeting". Masons from Farmington, Robinson, Cincinnati, Lincoln and Union Town were guests. Thc degree.,of master mason was j conferred on Caswell Wilson a t 1 the meeting. At the social h o u r 1 following the meeting refresh-; ments were served. j Mrs. Lincoln nlaupin, president of the Prairie Grove chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, accompanied by Mrs. J. C. Parks, attended a l o'clock j luncheon T^sday at thc home of i Mrs. P. L. Hathcock. Sr., of Fayetteville. The luncheon was in honor of Mrs. Sawer of Little Rock, who w a s ' m a k i n g her official visit as president of thc Arkansas Division of the U. D. C. Mrs. Donald Parks entertained the Fayetteville bridge club, of which she -is a member, at her j home on Tuesday evening. Guests were Miss Martha Harlan, Mrs. Harold Clinchens, Miss Virginia Hicks, Mrs. Warren Sea graves, Mrs. Al Kason, Jr., Mrs. George Gearhart, of Fayefteville. and Mrs. Billy Harp of Prairie Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Estes Ryker, Lt. Howard Helm and Mrs. Dolph Helm spent Monday in Fort Smith on business. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fergus left j Sunday for Ontario, Calif., to J spend some weeks with their' granddaughter, Colleen Carlisle. I Clyde Montgomery of Aberdeen, ! j Wash., is visiting his parents, Mr. i I and Mrs. Ivy Tate. I [" The closing exercises for the ! i high school will be held Friday night in the Phillips gym, at 8| o'clork. i A. D. Curtsinger, son of Mr. '· and Mrs. Jess Curtsinger, who has been in service for two years, will receive his first leave and spend .Tune at home. CAREY " CHICK SPECIAL each HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiler Hatchery P. O. Bui 191 r Toltphonc 3129 Fiyctttvillc, ArktniH p/ ""» co u £.·" c *t T r R P y-u to k " * ould 7 , Ut -k'.T'.,J?," s * Mr s . 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