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j---NO«THWBT AMUNIAS TIMii, y0y««HvHtt, Arli.niB., Ft! imiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiixiiiiiMiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiHiiiiimiiiuimiiiiiiimii , Moy 16, 19S? ociety MRS. KATHLEEN DOZIER lllllltllllllllllltllllllMIIIIMiliiliiiilliiiiiiiiilliiiillliiniilillllllllllMllllllllllllliii Daily Calendar of Events 150 Attend Junior Assembly Spring Party J u n i o r A s i m h l y helil Its s p r i n g : p a t t y , the f i n a l pirty of the year, · n i K h t a t t h e S u e K e l l e r ' S t u - i w i t h ISO members and guests i ·lin». ·; Tonight . . . Washington Lodje One, Masonic H a l l , 7 International S t u d e n t ? Club Benefit Dance, s'mdeni i:m,,n. Shower Honors Miss McNeal At Kik Home n anrl flowcrr cnnsijterl ·mil peonies The table, in jo-een satin u n d e r ·e (-loth, was centered w i t h I i i i n k ;,nd w h i t e peonies flanked i liy p i n k ati'l green candles. i Members of the Mother's Hoard, I ,, ;, . M|i - Kwins .Jackson, Mrs. W a i - . Mr:- I/.W.S W*:- in chariie of Ihe ' '"''. ''l' 1 ''' "?''"· Maurice Homier deuilinn. The p.,,.,r, ,,f i|,e m n . i t r , *'""V ""' D " n ' n j m h n ' I'''""!*'! ! "Never Say Fail," waa read by |"' I h r ' "' l)ll ' Mrs. Oorge G r a y Tlie l a n d n u t r i t i o n a n d I.,M h"'.v j j c l j l l n e might he u«ed for suirchiiig Memorial Association Plans Vesper Service The Souther! Memorial Associ- a t i o n met yesterday at the home of Mr«. C. C. Yarrington for a dessert course, social hour, and business session. P l a n s were made for the a n n u a l Memorial Vi'Fper Service, to he held at the Confederate cemeterv, J u n e 1. Safety Council To Have Banquet . At Bates School The a n n u a l Fayetteville Safety Council banquet will be held Tuesday night at Bates School, honoring he junior t r a f f i c jMrs. Gray Gives i Breakfast For · ; Garden Club ; The F a y e l t e v i l l e Oarden recently Ohio. resided In Mansfield, Obituary Edgar A. Albin, associate professor of aft at the University, will be visiting professor this summer I *·"! at Stetson University, Dclsnrt, Fla. ! Funeral services for Bert Lewis, He will teach a course in public ! 78, Fayetteville, who died ycster- school art designed for teachers I day. w i l l he conducted ton'mrrov.' ; who are not art specialists, a n d ; a t ' 2 p. m. in the First B a p t i s t Benfon County Seekj Welfare Unit Aid B e n l o n v i l l e - (Special) - Ton- r a n k i n g officials from the stata \Velf;yo Department were in B e n t o m i H e at the request of. County Judge Bill Enfield this C R PadHnelc Mrc ' A L - I ' J ? h u m a n i t i e s called "20th i tery at Sprinadale, under the di- k v and Mi,, Lr? Crm. ' C " ntUr ' V Ar ' S and Lclters '" Hr w i " ' "ction "' Moore's Funeral Chapel. K.v and Miss Ruth Crozier a , sn giv , a sl , rics ,,, public lec(urcs , The My w j ] | |je j n fMe ^ \^ I were assistant hostesses. | Following the breakfast, a business meeting was held in the (tar- don, at which t i m e Mrs. Dwight Isely and Mrs. Irene Stearns reported on the convention of the Stale Federation Clubs, held rc- i-cmly in L i t t l e Rock. Mrs. Isely while at Deland. C Kik and Mrs Kyle Knjler, a t . ,,,),.. r f l n c rh|h Tht . '., the K,k home on West Maple. , ,,,,, wf 9nnr ,, lnr , ri ,,,,. .,,,,,, ,, Mrs. Xnn McNeal. mother of tne ,, f M f . , ( the honoree. presided at the l e n i . « table which was centered w i l h ! _____ flowerc and a m i n i a t u r e bridal couple, flanked by candles. About 35 jruepts attended. J. W. B u t l e r , Jr. Dr. George Branigan Mrs. Lewis Entertains Combs Chapel Club The Comhs Chapel Home Dem- onitrition Club met at the home American I.rjion Auxiliary Spring Conference The American Legion A u x i l i a r y w i l l hold ils spring conference at the Legion H u t . Sundny n f i e r n o n n at 1 o'clock. S p e n k e i s w i l l be Mr:-. · """'5'- _ Clara Coomhe of l . i l l l e Rock, de-! * psrtmeht secretary mid t r e a s u r e r ' 11 i i ,.,, of Ihe A u x i l i a r y , and Mrs. Chnrlcr,: UA L9W WJV6S Serving on the decorating com- j m i l t e o were H n t l v Sue Blossom · · . .-.- M a i c e l j a H c n t , N n n e y Cole Nancv I """' P rcslcicnl " f the council, will Cox, R i l e v Ilenner and Sammy p r r a f l p a n d deliv " the a n n u a l Donaldson. j president's report. Officers will be The Social C o m m i t t e e was com- i uslp pour-!! of Rebecca Wawm. M a r - I n , , , , i « a r e t Calec, Joy Sue Stewart, and Honiild Fil?.gerald. / W a l t z wer Board Approves Permit Sought By Henbesf for p n t i c n t s at the County Home. Fnfield said t h a t the officials, Mrs.' , , , - , . ,, . . . . Henry Rethell, state commissioner chapel t m s a f t e r n o o n and t h i s ; nf l l b | i r w e i f a r Mrs , evening, anrl w i l l lie in E l a t e »t| , n ch n{ count ho the Hrst Baptist Church tomor-; m e n t _ Mr . Co | c of the sta je · row from I to 2 p. m. I Department, outlined the stVnd" Honorary pallbearers w i l l he the arris t h e c n u n t v would ha ,V ,o Board of Directors o the First; , jefore ^ , d * £ N a t i o n a l Bank in Fayef t e v i l l e ; t h e ! eli ib , e for E ,, te and f( jcard^ning tion of n a t u r a l beauty. Mrs. Stearns described some o f , fourTman "board 8 vole* to nermit * sp lTvedT| P ^ S '-nv r ""^ m =" l :i9. u f.? enbes ? to erect » ondsioTy, Springdale, A r k . nerai sendees for r rU. ,, . remarked especialy on the appropriateness nf the srranj;ements wen at the Territorial Restoration, '. "us ricnoesi 10 erect a one-Story, "ITS' sen-ices lor :virs. iviauoe Sne 52,500-rental house on the north! | Overton Harp, who died yesterday, - - i ... . . . . . . ,, _ The custom of sealing a human ' ( *, P ,1 T bein « »' th " cornerstone of ^"Mrs. Maude I .,'(.' Jane Collier and Hal Trumbo, and M a r i l y n Johnson a n d D a v i d -,,_·.- of Chamber of Commerce, will act ,.... master .of ceremonies. Virgil | Blossom, superintendent nf schools received by j w i l l ,ii Fruss , h e pur posc of the Personals of M n I i , ,i j T "' m * «"*lll»r.v, and Mrs. Chnrlcr, : l of Mrs. Doison Lewis Wfdnesday iR i ( -k»y, vice-president of Ihe west: lor » luncheon metllns. There Prn r i ,vision. There w i l l be eloclion . I w e r e 15 members present a n d | o f officers for Ihe c n m l n q ve.n,-11 three guests, Mrs Norrnun Harris, | 8 n d selection of deleiiates and a I - ' Mrs. Collins Starns and Ml»s Mary J«ne Baker. Mrf. Slarns became Icrnatcs -for the N n l i o n a l Convcn- i H Of I.«w meeting, and the principal ad- rt rcss w i l | np rtelivcred by M. W. M c F a r l a n d , special agent in charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Arkansas. The benediction w i l l he pronounced by James L. Burris. chaplain at the Veterans Hospital. A safrty motion picture will be shown. Fenner Slice returned today from a business trip to Lansing and Detroit, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Parke M u i r of Tulsa, Okla.. announce the birth of a daughter, Sarah Elziabeth. born loday at Tulsa. Mrs. Muir is the former Miss Margaret Brown '..everett! W 'H t? e conducted tomorrow after- tructure! noon at 3 o'clock at the Callison- west corner of York and L Streets. The proposed sti..^.,,,^ - . . . . . . . conflicted with regulations in that si s co Qhapel by the Rev. George Ihe plans called, for its erection Bean. Burial will be in the Joyce three feet closer to York Street j cemetery. lhan regulations for "C" residen-| tial areas specify. In the f u t u r e the board will tion. e new-member. ,,.. The meellns was t.pened w i t h ! D e l t a Sl.mi Mnther'n J'Mih the group repealing the Lord's Delta Rluma Mother's Clul Prayer. Roll call was answered meet Tuesday a f t e r n o o n at with "Something I have learned o'clock, ot the home of ·bout nutrilion." Miss Raker gave j George a t a l k on the importance nf foods Street. Wives met for i lh)IHiist meeting of (he year w i t h | hostesses Mrs. J o e Cminglon. Mrs. _ . _ . . . _ . H'cirio Lniscau* and Mr., Charles Meadow V a l l e y C l u b ' i , Luncheon . . . 31S West Clcburnc Khackleli.rd, Mr.". Ralph E J r i i h n r l ] for « cooperative luncheon.' DENNIS THE MENACE Rv Kefrknm ny rvercnam j and Mrs. E. .1. H i l l . j ^ --. I Dr. Colieo To Leave For | Position In Washington l)r Geoiue V. Cohee, professor l a n d c h a i r m a n o f t h e d e p a r t m e n t of geology at the University the pnsl year, has accepted a position [ w i t h the U. S. Geological Survey w l l l | Medley :;.:jn ; D u r i n g Hie e \ e n m g bridge w a s : 'The Meadow Valley Club m e t ! Mrs. Played. W i n n e r s wo..' Mrs. Dennis Wednesday w i l h Mrs" To.v C a s s a t ! - Mrs. j Q ' i s Porter and Mrs. Claude Mit, che'l \rpr? co-hostesses. There! i w p r r 2] members present and 1 0 1 i members of the Homemakers C l u b ! , were guests. j j The meeting opened wilh t h e ' 'Lord's Prayer and the singing of "Old McDonald Han A Farm." Mrs. A. N. Shively read the poem, "Woman's Work." Members were 1 urged to a t t e n d Sludy Day at the Kxpe'vnent Farm on Msy ?.?,. Mrs. meet only monthly. The next meeting is scheduled for 4 p. m., June 27. Gnogcy To Speak At Annual Awards Dinner Bentonville - (Special) - I.,. J. . -- C-naRey, newly elected school of fayettevillc. supervisor for Benton County, will be the principal speaker at Mrs. B. H. Barnes who has been the a n n u a l high school "awards w i t h her son-in-law and d a u g h - j r.ieh!" in the high school audi- ler, l\fr. and Mrs. George Messner, lorium at 8 o'clock tonight. ·' Signal Mt., Chattanooga. Tenn.. i s l G n ^ j c y will speak on "Achieve- M here for the summer w i t h b?r sis-l ment " Presentation of a w a r d s ' J 1 lers and mother, Mrs. A. M. 1 will be made by Mrs. G. C. Tlnnin" Byrnes. suporimf-ndent of schools. The invocation and benediction will be given by the Rev. G. E. Hawkins. Mr*. Ruth Terry Dickson Bentonville - (Special) - Grave side services for Mrs. R u t h Terry ' Dickson will he conducted at 11 ' a. m. tomorrow at the Bentonville ! cemetery under Ihe direction nf i the Callison-McKinney Funeral Home. Mrs. Dickson was hnrn and spent most of her early . l i f e in Bentonville. The d a u g h t e r of the late Col. and Mrs. W i l l i a m A. Terry, she attended the University where she was a member fif the Chi Omega sorority. She is survived by her husband. Russell Dickson; two daughters. Miss Madeline Dickson of M i d l a n d , 'exas. and Mrs. Ruth Patton of ings did not die out until the' Century. An outstanding flavor--Junse'f Roman Meal Bread. 11-ll-tt Advertlae In the TIMES--It part. St.Joseph ASPIRIN SAVE MORE- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Calckvell have returned from 10 months in M a r y v i l l e , Mo., to make t h e i r . -- -home here in Fayetteville. The BlftOS C a l d w e l l s were residents of Faye t f e v i l l e before going to Mary-. Mr. and IWrs. Robert Combs, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Combs. Jr.. , -------- of Fayetteville 'announce the birth ed a home on Ranch Drive a n d , or a son, May H, at the City Hos- w i l l make her home there w i t h , pital. her d a u g h t e r , Mrs. vilsie Reardon. Mrs. Lou Stamper has purchaV ,'····. ..... ~ ..... "."n.nii.ii o u n c y Kxpe-i'nent Farm on M a y ?3 Mrs i ..... : ...... In Washington, D. C., Dr. G. n. I Klwood Helms displayed a new ! ru1ar v , fr " m , . . Mrs. Stamper came here ir. Feh- Nichols, Arl Texas. The nf type of sun bonnet and members the College of .. ,., ... ...... nnd Sciences announced lo- ^cnt p a t t e r n s of the lionnet Mrs day. Dr. Cohee w i l l 'aecome head ;,I. W. Thompson received the mys- "f the o f f i c e of geologic names and ' " lepiirls for the Geologic Survey, f i n d w i l l do research. He will as, sumo bis new dulics July' 1. Before j o i n i n g Ihe U n i v e r s i t y f a c u l t y , Dr. Cnhce was senior Mr. ind Mrs. L. R. Heinle Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Heiple of Self of M i d l a n d . Texas: and one j brother. Will of Benlonville. | Mrs. Dichson died at her home in M i d l a n d . Texas. Wednesday fol- ; lowing a long illness. Funeral | services were conducted there j Thursday, · Verbenai, Ptlunln, Scarlet Sage and Many Olh«t Flowering Plants · Tomato, Pepper tnd Egg Plants · Summer Blooming Bulbs and Flower Seeds A D A M S FLOWER SHOP Phono 32Q 93 N. Block KenldEisI w i t h the f u e l s branch of the Geological Survey. Miss Helen Hughes I j I o (-MVP Concert The U n i v e r s i t y department nf music w i l l prex-nt Miss Helen Yvonne HiiEhes, organist, in a ( conrerl |o be hearri pundsy a f t e r | noon a I :( o'clock m the Art tn- ! ter Concert Hall. Miss HuRhns will pli'.v selections by rnchelbcl. Sweelirick, and Bach. These will include Toccata, two chorale preludes, My Young Life Ityith .in End, Fugue In G Minor. | four Schuhler chorales, and Toc- ·ata nnrl f u g u e in D Minor. Here's the best shake-treat ever- e super-big, super-rich shake in your fivorite flavor . . . specially made, jpcciuJly priced! Drop in and get a smooth, rich, full-pint Tastes-Shake-- it's the biggest, bestcsi shake-treat in IOTVI! 'The prhsram subject was "Nutrition." Mrs. Don Manker, foods leader, lead a discussion on methods of freezing various foods and members told of their experiments and the results. Mrs. Arthur Hart will be- hostess to the club at its .lunc, meeting. Baldwin Club Plans Farm!/ Picnic The Baldwin Home Demonstration C l u b met Wednesday ,at the home of Mrs. Henry Baum.' There I were nine members and three I guests, Henry Baum, O. R. Fish- I or. and Ed/t Roberts, present for ! the covered dish luncheon. I Two additional members came · for the afternoon meeting, which was opened with the song. "I ; W a n t A Girl." Mrs. O. H. Fisher gave the devotion, a thumbnail j sketch of the Book of Joel. The j roll call was answered with "New ideas In nutrition." and Mrs. Baum led the discussion of good nutrition. i A family picnic was planned for ' .lune 22, nt the home of Mrs. For- ! est King. A committee composed of Mrs. Baum, Mrs. Leonard i Couch, nnd Mrs. Cleon Gentry. : was appointed to work on a booth I for the County Fair. I Mrs. Keith Shofner became n new member of the club. Girl To He Sent Home A !fi-year-nld Tulsn. Okla.. hijrh school girl who left home Tuesday was picked up here this oiorning by city police as she waited alongside a highway to humb a ride. The girl told police she had h i t c h h i k e d to Chattanooga, Tenn., and hack since l e a v i n g her home. Police said she will be held u n t i l her mother comes for her. 4 Famous HEARING AID Features ONLY ZKNITH OlVlf YOU ALL THIll! + Ixcluilv* MRMAPHONI | * R»«rv* litttry Switch * 4.P«.r»lon Ten* C*ntr*l * Hn..rtl, V.lum. sale was made through Kincaid, Fayetteville announce the birth of and Company. , a daughter, May IS, at the City Hospital. Joseph Guy Scott, brother of Mrs. Fred Karsten and of Roy A. Scott, in still critically ill in County Hospital. He underwent an op- Mr and Mm. Norman Ball Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ball of I Come In and See Us About Our Easy Payment Plan on Re-Modeling Your Homt, Building New Garage, Chicken House or Milk Barn*, etc. Clifton Lumber Co. Phone 27. West Fork, Ark. 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