Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 20, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 20, 1952
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2 NMTHWBT AKAMAI TIMK, tar«to*H., lakmmm, Timttay, May 20, 1952 MinmiHHimHIHmHIHMIMHIHIIIHIIHIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIUIIIIIHIIIIIIIHI Society KATHIEIN DOZItt iiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiJiiiii ...... iiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiimin Daily Calendar of Events Miss Harlan Honored At Luncheon Miss Bohe Engaged Tonight . . . Sub Deb Club. Stiff C a l f , 7 Naval Reserve Composite U n i t . £axor. B u i l d i n g , 1 306th M i l i t a r y Government Croup. 112'.» West Center, 7:30 Sportsmen's Club. Clubhouse, 7:30 O. E. S, Masor.ic Hill, 7:30 Wednesday Exthsnse Club, Ferguson't, 12 Huh School P. T. A.. Huh School Activity Room, 3 Dee Gee Club, 4 vjl Reserve Electronic Company, National Guard Armory, 7 i!a Sisma, Huch Kincairt, 7:30 ippa Alpha Phi. S3.East Rock. 7i30 'm Reserve, 112H We«t Center, 7: M . [btary Order of Purple Heart; VFW Hall, 7:30 ithlngton County Demncrstir Women's Club, 7:30 ilvprslty Lodje, U D., Masonic Hall. 7:30 141 Volunteer Air Force Referve Tralnlnj Squadron, 7:30 Jredi! Women'i Club, Ferguson'i, 7:30 \fO. O. F., IOOr Hall, 8 Mis« M a r t h a H a r l a n was honor- erf today at a luncheon given by Mrs. Rote MrN'air. Mr?. Nadine M c K i n n p y unri M r * . Jean Grf-rn- haw, at trip Mr-N'air residence on Laia.vlte Street. Thi luncheon was in honor of Miss Harlan's approaching marriage to W i l l i a m Pritohett Morgan, of A t l a n t a . Ga Mrs. Rill Pennmeion. si.Mer of the bride-elert. presidr-d at the fiilver service. The table and homo : were decorated in a spring m o t i f : with flowers carrying out the de! sign. The* t a b l e vas centered w i t h a larcr crpcn hssket f i l l e d with [ American Beamy peonies, f l a n k e d on either end with crern candle? and m i n i a t u r e brides and bride's maids. The hostesses presenter! H a r l a n w i t h a c i f t . Twenty sons attended the luncheon. al. S. League Of Women Voters 6f ficial To Visit Here The last meeting of the Ftyette- vllle Hi«h School P.T.A. will be held tomorrow at 3 p. m. in Miss Katherlne Gurnett, organ-* ization secretary of the national ! u . · r · i MT i League of Women Voters, it e x - : H l Q n jCflOOl H . I . A . pected in Fayetteville Wednesday I and Thursday to visit the Fayette- T | n ,f,|| ville ProvUiional League. j l O 1(151811 An open meeting of the League will be held Thursday »l 7:30 f . m., in the Civic Clubrnoms. Dr. ilph G. Jones, assistant profts- t^r of political science at the Uni- Vftilly, will speak on "The United Nation! In Perspective." The public i» Invited to this meeting. Mrs. Xtjlfar Werthelm. chairman of the Ij^afue's international relations jftmmlttee, will b meetini. Miss Gurnett will attend a board meeting on Wednesday, and will me*t with committee chairmen to acquaint them with some o f t h e problems currently facing : . . , , . , the League. I be neltl D ' (or ' tne regular meet- Miss Gurnett joined the na-1 i n *' tlonal group's staff In July of last Miss per- Fayefrevillc Students To Appear In Concert Twelve University of A r k a n s a s students from Fayetteville w i l l take part in a choral concert Sunday, May 25, at 3 p. m ., in the Arts Center Concert H a l l hy the A Capella Choir and the University Chorus. Nearly ISO students will participate in the concert, Keller Studio Students Are Presented In Recital At U.A. National Collegiate Players pre-« --~-^----^-- sented students of the Sue Gar-1 Norms Kennan, and Paula C u m - 1 dent of the seventh district of the rctt Keller Studio in their annual j mings; ! Associated Credit Bureaus of spring recital last night at the · Divertisement with c h o r e o-' *\-( r th America. ' University Art Center. Dance; graphy by Toby .[orgensen, given varied from classic and modern t o . by Mary Ellen Lee. Shirley Kins,'. Kanna Kanna r.immi Alnmn.. ' tap. while interludes of drama in- j Neita Kincaid, Norma Kennan,: Ka "' a K^TM K^n. r eluded two one-aet scenes. Mrs.! Jane Collier, Paula Cummings.' ,.' "-,,.,,,?,?_..,*£, . Uamm " ; Keller was assisted by Toby Jor- j Lavinia Lee. Rosalie Bent, and A l u m n a e will meet Thursday at 8 1 gcnsen, dance director; Shirley Russelene Gibson; : p. m. in the chapter house. ; King, assistant; Gladys Sonne-1 Hugh Kincaid in Breakdown, a ' : man, .accompanist; Rosalie Bent, I modern ballet representative of Friendly Binle Class ' Norma Kennan, and Lavinia Lee, I a stigmata in relation to color,' The Friendly Bible Class of the · · student assistants. ' ! race, or religion; · ' I Central Methodist Church will I Playing to a full house were the I P a u l a Cummings, Russelene | hold its monthly party at 2 p. m. · following: Jo Anne Applegate , Gibson, and Rose Mary Patrick in tomorrow at 341 Willow Street i M a k i i Atha, Lyndall Brogdon j a modern tap, Bongamania: j Wendy Gardner, Carol Hancock, Rosalie Bent and Diane Wray in | " " -- a dramatic scene between Queen i Elizabeth and Mary Queen o f , Scots in the Tower of London, iss Beth Oliver as hostess. Says "Confession" Of Ex-Convict Not Facts Kay Lynn Hall, Melody Keilch, Barb-am Snyder, Paula Sue Smith, Dcna Jo Stuebing, Patricia Ann Allen, Ann Lichlyter. Mary Jean | The Two Queens: I Heed, beginners in Dollies"Lulla- i _ The junior class in Le Ballc I by. ' Gay Pinkerton, Janis Ricketts, Susan Petty, Linda Lou Howell, i ii -' _ - . , ,, , ,-,,,,,,,:,,,, ·-- " ·"·· """ '--".- V.A-V-UU Sherry Brown. Rebecca Dodd, I Ma , r ' Patrick, Paula Cummings Alfred A Gagnon , who said Rose, followed by another tap i Boston-!/P)-Depuly Police Supt. number in the fashion of t h e ' James F. Daley today branded 1920's, Dynamanicf. with Rose as a '.]i ar a n t j f a it er " ex -Convict Spencer Brown, Kaycille Wood- H u g h Kincaid, Norma K e n n a n . ! house owner, and Joseph F. Mc- ruff. Norma Kennan, and Caret and Paula cummings in a story ! Ginnis, former convict and Boston Jorgenscn, in Cincinnati Dancm bal , eti .. Thc Hpar , 0 , Gokl ." ; n . n j K j l t c l u b owneri ,, the p )anners which Gail Adkisson. as Puck, did · or the nation's biggest cash haul the narrating. Other students i He is held in Rhode Island State" made up the rest of the cast which |)r j son a w a i t i n g trial on a charge included the bat. elves, fairies, nf attempted rohbrry of a Provi- The engagement and approaching m u r r i a q c of Miss . Molie to Walter Robert/ Crouch, .'.on nf and Mrs. Roberts Crouch, which will he conducted hy Her- : of Maplewoml. New Jersey, h announced by her father, Mr. Al Bohe, rold E. Headley, assistant profes- . of F.-iyettevillr-. The wedding w i l l be r,n event of this summer. Miss Bohe attended the University of Arkansas v?hcre she was a f f i l i a t e d with ihe Delta Delta Delta Sorority. She also was a member of the Fayei'eville chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Miss Bohe and Mr. Crouch are presently employed in Dallas, Texas. Pig, tap routine. Anita Greer. Susie Weddington, Rhea Shelton, Margaret Robinson, Lee Brown, Clara Jenelle McDaris, I Sharon Page, Pamela Bohart, ' Martha Morrow, Susan Dulan, Shannon Bohart, Ginger Webb. ( S h a r o n Howard, Jerry Arndt, Helen Gr-raldine' Charlotte Pinkerton, Janet Mc- . y o a spirits. and revelers Musical ae- ; doiK , c d i a m o n d mercnant . Introductions numbei-s were for each made by of the K a t h y of music. Fayetteville students in the mixed chorus are Bill Cowan. Myla G u a r d , Claire Coleman Holmes, Gretchen Stevenson. Lorna Slnkenbury, and John Sultle. A , ,, . ! Cappella Choir members from Mrs. Romans Attends Island Ally. Gen. William E. Pr.v.'ers t h a t Boston police showed, n lack of interest in information they had obtained. high school activity room. Officers i F( W |lcvil1 ' =re Mary Claire Mas- ; O f f i c e r I n s t a l l a t i o n for the coming year will be in- ! g; v ' Carolyn Rhodes. Mildred ! stalled bv Suptrlntendtnt Bios- s P« f '". a "d Thompson. Syl- ' som ' · I'" FI "«"" Id "»' X a t h r y n A n n ' Personals The uffirers are C. Banks Newbern. president; Neil B. Injles. i , ° r a y a r e ln h n t l rh " ral Mr?. F,. L. Romans, president of the Fort .Smith district A r k a n ? a F ; Federation of Women's Clubs was n charge of the i ^^^ ^ {££ ^ray.; Lo , J|se BogQn TQ G '"·"·· " I Reading Of Her Works ito t a k e p.'irt at Eureka Spring ! today in i n s t a l l a t i o n of new o f f i ; ccrs of the club t h e r e . I n s t a l l e d i were Mr?. G e r t r u d e Nichols, presi- i d e n t ; Mrs. Grace Hall, vice presi- d e n t : Mrs. Frank Seabury. treas- r . n r e r ; and Mrs. Fred Smith, scc- rctary. Charles Waugh of Bothville, Mo., spent the weekend visiting here with his sister, Mrs. Roberta Fulbright, Mt. Xord. Allister. Patsy Osborne, Doris Chemell, and Kirstin Crocker, j Kelleher McGrath and Emile Son ballet of Sassy Flirts; j neman. Gaye Warren, Sarah Trager, I National Collegiate Player? who | -i Norma Kennan, Barbara Boston,, assisted in the production of this Everyone welcome. Barbecue Diane Wray. Eudora Horton. Kay- sponsored recital are: Dinner and Carnival Fun for I cille Woodruff, Nancy Snyder and Dahnelle Adcox. Gail Adkisson. ,, s , Joseph . s catholic Church Paula Cummings. in one-act play, Dolores Alexander. Virgil Baker.. Tu L ,,' , f , ,,,," ,; ,,, ,,, 'The Lost Princess, a scene in old , Suzanne Bryan. Suzanne Camp- i lue !° ay ' ivlay M ' lrom °,'°, '" I London- i bell, Lynn Carruth. Barron Col-. "· m - 17-3t-c Carolyn Cearley, Brenda Heck, j "f- Ne PP ie Conner, Ralph Eu- -- · Cookie Hainbach, Dorothy Silver-, banks^ ^ ^ ^ M ^^ Hoover. man, Minette Silverman, *Fa.. _ Greenwood, Kathie Shoemaker, i woocl - . ,. ; Barbara Trager Mary Kate Son Janney, Fred Kerr. Catherine M e - ! neman. Dorothy Neilson, Lorna I H"* 1 ?, Preston Magruder, Paul Westfall, Marv Connell, Judy Phinbs. Sue KMyarrt: Storkhurger, El'enore Gail Storey, i RTM 1 Re - ves - Jack Sigman. Mar- · following two yearn of i "Ice as administrative secretary to John Foster Dulles. She assisted in writing and editing of Dulles' book: "War or Peace"; was his tide in his work if Consultant to the Secretary of State, nnd as a Lutheran League Group Meets At St. John's The L u t h e r a n Woman's Irf-ague, Medicol Auxiliary : Meets With Mrs. Fowler Following the i n s t a l l a t i o n , N e w 1 bern will give a report on t h e : Louise Bodan. v i s i t i n g professor P.T.A. convention held In I , l t l l e | o f English at Ihe U n i v e r s i t y , and Rock. An executive meeting w i l l ; a n a t i o n a l l y known poet and poetry critic, w i l l give a public reading of her own works, w i t h commentary, tomorrow at fl p. m. in Ihe Student Union ballroom. It i Members of the Women's w-ill be her only public appearance A u x i l i a r y of the Wa. i .hinct"n in Fayetteville. Miss Bngan, w h o ' County Medical Society were is poetry critic of The New York- guests of Mrs. W. A. Fowler at Group 2, met fl the student cen- Pr magazine, recently was elected ' her home on Cleveland Avenue _ _ ter of St. John's Lutheran Church ! t n the Nations! I n s t i t u t e of Arts j last Friday. Mrs. Spencer Brown I h c v Fpcrlt _ - ... . last night. A f t e r a business m e e t - . a n d '-"'ors. She is Ihe a u t h o r of I presided a! a business meeting and . Fralu , c5 w to the General Asiembly I Ing. a lesson on rights and wrongs several books of poetry, and re-! Or- W i l l i a m Smothers of the of the United Nstions. i according to the Bible was held. | """y P.ublished a survey o f ' University f a c u l t y ?poke on r m l . During World War II Miss ! led hy the Rev. F. A. Gumz, pas- I poetry. Gurnett served *« «n udmlnistra- ' tor. A report on a zone meeting »t', *--~ ' M e m p h i s April z4 at immsnuei i Meeting Canceled Lutheran Church was given by! j . _ | A special meeting of the Gold- Meeting Postponed enrod Club called f o r Wednesday · - · - . . . afternoon at the home of Mrs. II. H. York, has been canceled. John K. Woodruff has sold his ranch home in Farmington to Mr. and Mr?. C. B. Wi^gans of Ozark Avc-nlio in Fayetieville. Mr. and ' Anthony Ca?son, Mike Lane, j nnd Spencer Brown, in a tap n u m - ber, Fishin'; Nancy Gordon, Elenore Shoemaker. Mari Ann Hendricks, Ann Mrs. Woodruff will move to Fort · Hankjns. Carol Budd, Linda Fra- Announcements Smith, their former home, where they bought a place last March, . , Tommie Gayle Curry, Alice Mr. and Mrs. Frnnk Grir^lo and iuRhttr, Mary Frances, have returned home Jrorn St. Louis where week while Mary r as a patient in Barnes Hospital. tivp assistant in the WAVES W r f f h t Fi*1d. She is a CaWnrnian «nd holds a B.A. degree from the pniversity of Southern California. defense. A f i l m on self preservation in atomic attack was shown bv Morris Collier. Dozier, Sandy Dozier, Janis Butler, Meabin Harrison, Mary Ann Sharp, June Stewart, Linda Westfall, Barbara Mulkey, Dawn James. Tarn M a r t i n i , in Graduation Day, a ballet number; Caret Jorgensen and Hugh Kincaid in a skit, "What's A Trip?," during which dances and costumes No Mothers and Wives Club The Sigma Nu Mothers and I Wives Club will have n coopc-ni- j live luncheon meeting at the home j of Mrs. A. D. McAllister. Sr.. 202 East Davidson, Thursday at 1 p. m. · Verbenas, Ptiunlai, Scarlet Sage and Many Oihtr Flowering Plants · Tomato, Pcpptr and Egg Plants · Summer Blooming Bulbi and Flower Seed! A D A M S FLOWER SHOP Phone 320 11 N. Block Charily League Th Charity League w-ill meet Friday. The meeting been postponed. Mrs. H. O. Davif. The hostess, Mrs. Gumz, i refreshments. DENNIS THE MENACE anrl Mrs. Baxtor were to return today from a t r i p to California | where Mr. Baxter attended a The Trowel and Spade Garden ] meeting of the American Gas As- Club has postponed a meeting sociation. They returned by way originally set for Thursday. i of Dallas. President L. I,. Baxter of t h e ! ° f Hawaii, Italy, Spain and India ( Arkansas Western Gas Company ; were cTSJl"!eckv Kin^id^Son 7 I Credit Women ' 8 CIub Marv Jo Schulti N 't'' The CredU Women ' s Club win Patricia Cralley.' J u d y | meet tomorrow night at 7:30 with McNeal, Trudy Shoemaker, Helen I dl TM fir »n Ferguson ? dmmg room Marie Graham, Diane DeWese, I i n honor of Urban Holland, presi- era-lone !*e (rnm th»t nerrom. Jlvutry look !· four eve. Ibit you v« luovlof *'ekMjt*«t-4lfe" mlietj! sure, mue-opj n.y «lp .oiTrSlft rio'l' liinda Perry, Rosalie Bent. Lavinia j (i^nt of the Associated Credit Bu~! Lee, Kathy Kelleher. Sandra Noll, I reaus of Arkansas and vire presi- i bvlpfd thouMudt ot women buiia w*f nKtucci »nd viiaiitr. ebuciBi flwk fflonth, Md^Snio tirltbta-. happier tlroea. So KtCudullMlproulook, relax and il«*p better. G«t Cvdul -uiartflw- 1 from rour dwJir tod»y, (Siy: "g*t i$n*n. CARDUI MBMTUtT CtAMfS ·T LIFI NEW FROM THE 1NSIDI OUT-No trim chaog* here. This one's really new, not just a 1952 faca lift. For this is the Forerunner-styled, Space- planned Mercury--the car with the future features that the others wish they had. DOUBLE SH Green Stamp Day Wednesday, May 21 (ON CASH SALES ONLY) 14-oz. Tumblers, reg. 80c '/z off 9-oz. Tumblers, reg. 70c 1/2 off 8" Crystal Vase, reg. $3.50 '/z off ] 1 Table Lamps Vi and '/j off One Set China, 54-pc. set, reg. $54.00 !/j off Two Discontinued Patterns Crystal . . . '/a off Also an Assortment of Trays, Linens and Cups and Saucers Rtduetd Moore's Gift Shop 25 N. 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