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May 22, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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f,« NOHTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMB, FaytlMvMI*, Arkamm, Thundcv, May 22, 1952 'iijHninimiiitiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Society, m MRS. KATHLEEN DOZIER ; l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l i l l i m i M I I M i i m i i i i i i i i i i H i i i i i u i i m m i i i i M i i i i i l l H l l i M M I i l i i l H l l l l i i i · Daily Calendar of Events · Tonight . . . Bojf Scout Bn.irrf of Review, First Presbyterian Church, 7 Junior Assembly, Studio, 7 V. f . W., I f l R ' t VVeM O u t e r , 1:3(1 for West C h a p t e r No 1. R. A. M . Ma.'.inir H a l l . ":3(j V o i t u r c Iftfl -I(J and H, Legion H u t , ":.'!'! All American Concert, r^hi Mu Alphr.. Cfinrert H a l l Fine A r t s Center Kappa Kappa G a m m n A l u m n i , Chapter House, 8 Friday . . . Contact Club, Washington Hold. 7:.'!i n. in. f'-'iyottpville Realtors. Ferguson's. 12 U n i v e r s i t y Training School M u L i c Program, Kine A r t s Concert H a l l 6:45 Fii»Dj|ecilal, Carolyn Hhwles. Kine A r t s Conc'-n H a l l , n "~ 3TV r "·"· - . - - - - . . . I.- . - ... Party Honors Approaching Marriage Of Miss Harlan Honor Students At West Fork th.1 SUb. inviting ·»"«« a ' c °' i Tect, the trained h** know. . gw ,d rn.rg.rine wh.n she Jtt. on.. Y«, fe*oer, of on. hundred c.n depend on F o i l , - ( S p e d a l i - V a l e d i c t o r i a n anrl Mr. ;uul Mrs. James M Campbell YOU CAN'T FOOL A DIETITIAN! Mrs. Herbert T h o m a s , M r s * Tenner Slice r.nri Mrs. A l f r e d , ( ( . p f ,,, f Halhcork ,vcre hostesses yesler- j ^ ,,, |hp rrm . ; .lers. Is a i a l I.p.-'guo · in Kayetteville, and w i l l a l i e n d an open nieeilnB t o n i g h t in the i Ci\-jc Chihroomfi s t a r t i n g at 7:'i'l ! o'rloi-k. Dr. R a l p h .lones of the f a c u l t y w i l l the meeting. day at a breakfast, ann l i n e n shower Riven in honor of Miss Martha Harlan. hrlde-elerl, at Mta,' home. fee breakfast lahle was TM n - . , , , . ,, tered with a milk glass howl filled I u ' m( TM'. y v:ith pink carnations and w h i l e ; snapdragons and eirh place w a s ; marked with an old-fashioned j D i n n e r Meet inn Of Red rjosftgay of pink carnations. ' ,~ . Following the breakout I h e ' L f O S S I S honoree was led nn a treasure! hunt in which she found the g i f t s of a linen phower stored in on old treasure ehest. ' g i i i i l u a l i o n class t h i s year are Miss fleRcna Hne l i c i t ) and Miss Joy j ,,f Joplin, Mo., have announced j K n z h s h . M i ; s Kine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N e a l i e Fine, of West the encasement of their daugh- 'r'nrlt. compiled a ijranV p o i n t nf S.2. She is senior class vice p r e s i d e n t , ] tcr, .loan T u r k e t t , to Dr Richard edilor. S t u d e n t Council treasurer and president oi the F I I A C a l v i n R a i n , son of Mr. and Mrs. ! chapter. She alvi was a inemher of Ihe senior b a s k e t b a l l t e a m and ; ,1. O. Bain of Prairie Grove Miss ' t o o k ,,;,it in t h e senior p l a y . Miss Knglish, d a u g h t e r of Mr. and Mrs. . P u r k e t t was graduated from Jop- .1. C Fn(!l]«h. of West Fork, had a grad* point of 4.9. She has served, |j n High School where she was a as lunch room Cashier and is a member of the Student Council, the ' member of Tan Phi Gamma soror: ily. Dr. Bain is a graduate nf the | School of Dentistry of Kansas City ! U n i v e r s i t y and attended Arkansas | U n i v e r s i t y an il Oklahoma A. and M". He war. a member nf Psi Omega antl Omicron Kappa Upsilon. The weddini! w i l l take place in June.' FHA and Ihe Art C l u b . She also took part in the senior play, four Recitals Are Scheduled At University .Arts Center Concert Hall This Week OTJtriODr HAS A RIGHT TO MEADOLAKE GOODNESS MAKES n BfTJtK AND I Four reoitals w i l l ho jjivon dinner morling nf Women Voters League SpSretary Visits Here Miiw Kalherine Gurnet I. nrRHnl- ·tion prrrrtary nf tho N a t i o n a l DENNIS THE MENACE Ihe Washington County C h a p t e r of the Red Cross w i l l hr hotel Tuesday, May 27. fn Ihe C'ontrnl Presbyterian Church, mv-nrrlinx tn I.,. O. Graham, ohi'ilrinan. T h o j r i r ntn w i l l Women of the Church will servo' tho dinner. Hitter vat inns iniipl he icnclo not later t h a n Friday by calling phonos 28fl or .122. address w r n k n l , h p u n i v e r s i t y A r t s Con- trr Concert H a l l . U n i v e r s i t y s i n ; dents will appoar nn t h r o g nf the . piomvimp. Tho f o u r t h w i l l bo j Rivpji by University Training i Rrhnol f-tudonts. ! An A l l - A r n o j Iran program Is j scheduled for fl p. m. Thinsday by Graduate Nurse _ r h i Mu A l p h a Sinfonia. men's rnusir f r i i t o i ' n i t v , Com posit inns by M i n d r m i l h . G r i f f e s . PiFTlrm ;md Dillon w i l l bo played, and Ibo ,«tu- infi several f r a t e r n i t y .';niiK*. (";irnlyn Rhndrs nf Fnyetlevillr w i l l bo presented In n p i n u p recital »l R p. m. Frifl;iy. Slio will play ; threo rrelude. 1 : from tho Well Tom- j prrNl Clavier by ,f. S. Rich; C o n - j By Ketchom ' rerlo in 1) minor, K.V. 4fifi by Mo- ; ' x a r t ; Intcrmnxzo in H f l a t m i n o r , ; Op. 117, Nn. 2. and Rhapsody in B : minor, Op. 7H. No. 1, by Hrahms;. nnd thr'-c Opus i n Kturlos by Cho- i pin in y minor, G major and C ' minor. j Tin- University Hi fib Srhnnl B;md and the T r a i n i n f i School c l n r i n r t i.'l-'is.i. r.-imposed of f o u r t h , f i f t h :iiid sixth grade p t u d e n l p , will lo heard in a recital at fi:4S p. m. Friday. A p p r o x i m a t e l y 24 Fttidents \vill t a k e part in the program of solos, ensembles fliul band n u m - borp. Mike Snnn of Pino B l u f f and Bobby .lop Dunn of Roonevilte, i prai-tico t p a f h o f K , and their super- ; visnr, Sorter Widdqr, w i l l conducl. j The University Symphony Or- j chostrn, rondtieted by Marx J. j rj Pfllo;;, w i l l cirp a )iroE;ram fea- j I r6S6llt t n r i n g sdidont soloists at H p. m. | Saturday. Soloists w i l l bo Bobby .lop Dunn, t r u m p e t ; M a r y Anne Hi«h Mjiddnx ,-ind Frances Townsend,! oretta c.Mt *ju OWLV BbuGHT A PINFof ice cccAw 7 DO^ PEOPLE WANT ANY?* for his Graduation Miss Hatkock Honoree Af Breakfast, Shower Miss Caroline Sue Hathrock, bride-elect, was honored Saturday at a breakfast and miscellaneous pink and blue shower a t } I the home of Mrs. Joe Bales. With | i Mrs. Rates as hostesses were Mrs. '· ' Jack Reed and Mrs. Robert Bogart. ! A p i n k and white theme was i carried nut in decorations and in j Ihe shower. Members of the Tri- nelta and the Tri-Delta Mothers j Club were guests. Announcements Miss Deloris Gibson. daiiRhter of|!?'"'" mc[ Mr. anrl Mrs. .lohn Gihson, Boutci Trl-Delta Alliance ; The Tri-Hella A l l i a n c e will 1 sponsor a r'immaRc sale ;;t Edlin's | Shoe Shop, ins Soulh Block Klrect. Friday, May 23, at 2:30 ·day, May 24, at Open Saturday Nights Until 8P.M. ' Tm ' ! She ated from prinfidaie EO ; n d 2 t St. School To Ida Weir. L i t t l e Rock, sopranos. The public is invitod in all nf le concerts. All w i l l be given without admission charge. Veteran Employes Of Bell System i Form Pioneer Club Members w i t h 21 or more year." ver's "IMn-l" R e v e j s i M e : Gives r r - i d u . ^ t e o m e : h i n g to sing .ibnu i f k i n K l y ne-.v' A cnlorful e l a ^ ' i c t h a t reverses f r o m a Mnarl solid coloi a t r i m t-.'.'n-tone. Two helfs in one top t h i s e x c l u s i v e imported elastic Many color c o m h i n a t m n v J2.50. splil ucondl n e t h l n g to Von The Jefferson School Junior will present a two-act op"The Saue.v Hollandaise," day matinee starling at 1:4S o'clock, and Ihe other next Monday eveninR starting at 7:3(1. The public is invited to either showing. Directed by Mrs. Rlllie Harp, the operetta is a comedy which tells of the efforts of a foreign prince to get the princess of (he royal f a m i l y of Holland to divulge a great stale secret. Officers To Be Hosts At Meeting Of Lodges I ; , . .,, -- - i Washington Ixidge No. I a n d ; if service w i t h the Southwestern·Fayetteville Lodge No 74(1 w i l l : Bell Telephone System, from! be guests of past Worshipful Fayetteville, KprinRdale. nogerJi Grandmaster Floyd I.urlwiek and and R e n l o n v i l l e . met Tuesday! Grand Secretary W. F. Thomas. I n i u h l at the A. Q. Chicken House who will exemplify and answer to oiL'ani7c a "Pioneer 21 Club." questions pertaining to the F.. A. The t o l n l service lo the company · degree which w i l l he put on b y ' represented by the 35 ineinbers;a picked t e a m of n'l'ilified in- present was just over 1.0(1(1 years, sliuclors Friday evening nt 7:3(1; A l t e n d m e the meeting to assist o'clock at the Washington Lodge ' in the o r g a n i s a t i o n were O l i n . N o - 1 Hall. | Smiley, dislrict plaot sup^rinten-! A l l master masons ire Invited. I dent. A. M. Fiucbork. district t r a f - fic supervisor. W i l l i a m W. Ilurk- wrth. district c o n s t r u c t i o n super- i n t e n d e n t , and Charles lluhharrt. d i s t r i c t m a n n q e r , all of Korl Smith. All election of officers was held i w i t h I l i c f o l l o w i n g named f o r t h e comini; year: Crnco Ramsey. Kay- elle-. i l l f , president: H,,v Bunch. UMSCI:., fii-;.t \-icc p r e s i d e n t ; and .lospplune Floyd. Benton\-il]e. sec- o:ut \ i ( t . piesident. Four members! v v i c clcrteii to an e v e c u t u e board · Thi'v w e r e (',. .\. M. Johnson a n d ; N.nda l ' i a \ p i ) i . i . of Fayette\ ille.! f u r t w · · ( · . i r l e i m s p : t iul Thoinasi l.iics-. V ' a ' c t t c \ - i l l e , a n d M a r p a r e t ' Ynllcr. Koccrs, for one year t e r m s . ; H u e h c f k , n vice president of t h e 1 n a l i r i K . i l Pioneer Club, who h a s . just r e t u r n e d from t h e n a t i o n a l Florida, discussed his t r i p anil t h e aims and objcc- Ililnois Club The Boston M o u n t a i n Illinois Club will hold a pot-luck supper at the West Fork School, May 24 at 7 p. m. Those a t t e n d i n g are ashed to bring their own dishes. A l l I l l i n o i s people in this area are invited. Goodbye Heartfauni -Hello TUMS! Quick relisf for sour nomach Mi. n c i d i n d - Slill only lOc. TUMS FOK THE TUMMY · Verbtnai, Petuniai. Sc.nrlit Sage and Many Other Flow- ·ring Planti · Tomato, Pepper and Egg PIanil · Summer Blooming Bulbs and Flower Seedi A D A M S FLOWER SHOP Phono 320 33 N. Block flffd pjvc Mm yaur love . . . In a E3(lint way 1 Itw hindiomc "Crusader" lewdiy Kl does lull thil Perfectly dtUiltd, bind cist in bionze. *5, plut 111. You'll like om :f tlie Pioneer Cluli Tin 1 n e x t m e e t i n g of the Hi be held J u l v S. club FOR MIN WHO WANT TO ·I RIGHT IN STTU ». Only Exclusive Men's Store on the Square Mr;. Borncs Hostess to Friendly Circle Club The Friendly Circle Club met M o n d a y evri'ini! w i t h Mrs. Veda I l i n e , w i t h n i n e members anil o n e Ciiesl, Mrs. I l n r o t h y Marnes, pres- e n t . I t e v n t i n n n l ; . were given by Mrs. Clyde Selle, a n d enrted w i t h n i l members j o i n i n g in the Lotd's Prayer. The i-lnh discussed in »n- i n u a i picnic, in h,. held soon, l l u r - j l n i ! the social hour. B n m es «-eie | played, imd the invslery p»c-k»BC was won by Mrs. .lohn Clark. The hnslcss seived refrixh- menls, nt.Ostrd by Mrs. M i l ' sin.;. fer nnd Mrs. flarenef Hice Thf next meeting will be with Mrs. FOR MIN WHO WANT SMARTER BUT RAYONS WITH A LINEN/^LOOK 8.98 Juniors', misses' Whtoen's sizes TTw cool look of lirwn Is the right look fr or summer. Hurry to Wardj. See how much these rayom really look and feel like line* Whof's more all have a wonderful way of Shedding wrinkles-are' hand-washable. Choow, yours now duringjWards big annual dress event when the selection Is at its peak. WH flrtd so many flatter- In 0 styles, all so fresh and crisp. Son* enriched with dyed-to- match lace, contrasting trims, gay cmts. In navy or pastel*

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