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Friday, May 23, 1952
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1 NOnHWBT ARKANSAS TIMB, ··r«ll»»l»., Arlromoi, IIIIIIIIIIIUIHXIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Society MM. KATHLHN OOZIM ' ·Illlimimillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllhiillilllillimiliillllimillimilimilllllllll Daily Calendar of Events Tratninf School Music Program, Fine Arts Concert Hall '..»'.' * :! j*"JRrculty Club Duplicate Bridge, Student Union, 7:30 j l M o v i e : "And Now Tomorrow", Central Presbyterian Church, 7:30 SiCbno Recital, Carolyn llhodej, Fine AfHs Concert Hall, 8 ^Saturday J Eamlly night, Country Club, 7 ·' University Symphony Orchestra, Kine Arts Comer! Hall, S Association Of Nurses Elects The operating room nurses if hospitals in Northwest A r k a n s a s ! organi/ed last night and elected j officers of a new Association o f ! Operating Room Nurses. The purpose of the association is to "discuss problems and seek ways to solve them." The group will meet the third Wednesday night in each month at different hospitals. The ' Luncheon Party : Given In Honor Of Miss Harlan , J Mi55 Martha Harlan, bride- j *,lect, was honored by a luncheon j tffitcrday at the home of Mrs, V*. F. Hyland. Mr». Hyland and "-·Mrs. Jim Butler were co-hostesses, i" The luncheon table wa« eei- ;' tered with a bride's bouquet of riii" . i ; 0 i cs .. £ f, c . ur .7L^ lh ,..^., w ^: i ^"^,^'^^'hM '»t \£ Veterans Hospital In Fayetteville. The organizational meeting was held it the Washington County Hospital. The officers are Miss Betty Robinson of the County Hospital, president; Mrs. Virginia Howard of the Veterans Hospital, vice president, and Mrs. Edna Matlock of the City Ho«pltal In Fayetteville, Mcretary-treasurer. Those present were Miss Verna Hudson and Mrs. Helen Johnson of Mmnrlal' Hospital In Siloam Springs; Mrs. Howard, Mrs, Dorothy Castle, Mrs. Theda Leonard, Mrs. Ne'.a Tslbert, Mies Mary Dickson'and Miss Gerhard Grnss- huesch of Veterans Hospital; Mrs Erich Kerr, Mrs. Irene Crlgger and Miss Robinson of the County Hospital. Those unable to a t t e n d Included Mrs. Mullock and Mrs. Mamie McChrlstlan of City Hospital and Miss B. Lane of VA Hospital. Friday, May 23, 1953 · ·miinm. Urban Holland Is Honored By Breakfast Club Urban Holland, president of the Associated Credit Bureaus of Arkansas and vice president of the seventh district of Associated; Credit Bureaus of North America,: was honor guest of the Credit W o : men's Breakfast Club Wednesday night at Ferguson's. ; The program featured brief his- : lorlcal facts of "Holland" and t a - 1 hie decorations included yellow | tulips, dike and the little Dutch girl and boy. MIFS Myrlllla Dorman sang a Dutch song accompanied by Mrs. Nona Allen at the i piano; and a y k i t "credit applica- : tion to t h e Credit Bureau" w a s : presented by Miss Bonnie Spur- ' lock and Miss Betlye Banks*. | Mrs. Holland was also a guesl I -·^-.5= 8 nd received the centerpiece of i tulips. Other guests included Albert Cobb, Charles M a t t h e w s , ! Miss Eileen Morris and Mrs. Lola Brewer. Miss Glenn KtockburKCr was master of ceremonies and members assisting in program plans Miss Banks. -Hot-Weather Sleeping Unique Fabric Perfect for Bedwear, Everybody On The Alert · hostesses presented Miss Harlan 'j with a gift of silver. Twelve of the honoree'* friends · attended including the bridt- c elect's mother, Mrs. Grady Hirlan [Bobby Dickson Elected Delta Sigma President At a formal meeting Wednei- ! day evening in th« home 1 ol Don ; Lewis, Delta Sigma officers were \ elected for the forthcoming term. The new officers are Bobby Dickton, president; Bill Car- mlchael, vice president; Don Lewis, treasurer; Jimmy Snyder, ; recording secretary; Larry Head, corresponding secretary; Doug L Douglas, historian; Don Kemp 1 and David Stubblefleld, sentinels; * David Thomson and Don Evans, ' pledge masters. Nine boys were formally initiated into the fraternity. They were -Preston IWoodruff,, Don Evane, Doug Douglas, Bob Warren, Sill Cain, Richard Buraico, · Lynn Wade, David Newbern, and 1 Harl«n Head. I Hi Si installs New i Officers, Has Dance ! New HI SI officer: Instilled at j a banquet' at 'Ferguaew'j -fallowed I by a dance at the Uaik Bowl a I week ago are ' Mrs. Evans Is Hostess To Pahalla Club Mrs. Georg Evans was hostess lo a meeting of the Pahala C l u b ' -» T p«r vrmv , M I T A . u · · yesterday, with Mrs. Don Snvdcr ' N EW y OR K-(NEA)-_Fabnc is presiding over a short business - scsslon. This wns followed 'bv ' working fashion miracles ev- day ' m " kin « i m p o r t a n t Pother's Dsy program directed b v l ch = ng " in b ° th ° ur b u y' n e habil " Mrs. Alden Strueblng. The mys- ' " tery prbe \vas won by Mrs. F. Cpsson, who also was welcomed as a new member. our wardrobe outlook. Recently, designers started doing sleepwear that doubles beautifully for public appearances, and Mrs. Lawrence Evans and Mr, ! " n TM. "*""' the trick "*· in lhe Douglas Bean of Sprlngdale were "2, r ^; , ' guests. Tms tim e, it« acetate tricot that's opaque for wear in public Mrs. Loyd Holing of M., are visiting Mrs. president; Marvelyne Rise, vice president; Shiron Pratt, secretary; Val Ann W a t i o n , 'treasurer; Sharon" Rise, historian, and Mr. ·nd Mrs. Carter Crlder, father and mother, to succeed Mr. and Mrs, Leonard Pratt. Gift* were pre! sented to the couplet thir* honor{ ed, and a program was held at } the banquet. Gil Stacy and orches- ! Ira played at the dance. · Family Picnic Held By i Daughters Of Demeter ; The Daughters of Demeter held i their annual family picnic supper ! at Harmon Playflcld Thursday : evening. Mrs. H. J. Meenen wa'» chairman of the Hostess Commit- · tee, and serving with her were ! Mrs. Warren Glfford. Mrs. W. D. j Wylic, Mrs. F. D. M i n e r , ! Mrs. D. A. Brown. Mrs. R. H. ! Benedict, Mrs. T. C. Sandal, and j Mrs. A. A. Burdirk. '·Dorothy Oswold To . Sing In Recitol Dorothy Oswald of Selijman. Mo., will be presented by the Uni. virtity department of music In ; her junior voice recital Tuesday at 8 p. m., in the Arts Center Miss Beverley Stone To Return To University Miss Beverley Stone, who was assistant dean of women at t h e ' University from 1946 to 1050, will return to September women, it wos announced today. She has served as a liculenant in the WAVES since leaving here in 1950, and before coning here in 1846 was a personnel officer in the R "" t1 2 ' Wcsl Forkl Arli '' j s a WAVES. She has been ,-tatloned in Philadelphia. the . University next as associate donn of Mr. and Hobbs, N. Boling's parents, Mr. and" Mrs. Jess Ledford. 411 Guntcr, and her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Ledford. Tommy Ledford recently returned from overseas. Kenneth Ray McKee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse A. McKee, Personals Capt. James Henry Sisson, son of Dr. and Mrs. J. I,. Sisson, returned this week from Germany, where he has been stptloned with the Army Medical service, and is visiting his parents here. Agents Speakers At Salem Club Meeting Mrs. Mary Hutchlnson and Mrs. lohert Hutchinson were hostesses Vednesdny for a meeting of the Salem Home Demonstration Club. A double wedding ring q u i l t was Inlshed In the morning, and lunch vas served at noon. In the afternoon program, Mrs. Dorothy McClelland led group singing; Mrs. Jack Hutchlnson led In prayer. TlWlUb vottdiqjiave a pie supper May 30. ' Hone Demonstration Agent Mrs. Margaret Brownfield and District Ageni. Mnry" Louis Rye attended, and both spoke. Mrs. Elmer Weir received the mystery package. Movie Showina Planned At Presbyterian Church A premier showing of a rioving picture "And Now Tomorrow" will b» held tonight at the Central Presbyterian Church, with Mrs. Jennie Calc, Theta Tau he public invited. The showing housemother, will go to Little Rock vlll begin at 7:30 p. m., following | tomorrow to attend the gradua- i congregational dinner set f o r , lion of her grandson, George Gate, 8:30. The public Is invited to see from Little Rock High School. He he picture, which tells the story | will enter the University in the member of the Armor Officer Candidate course at the Armored School; in Fort Knox, Ky. Candidate McKee will be graduated as a second lieutenant in the Armor branch of the U. S. Army. Pfc. Donald Gene Bowlln and Mrs. Bowlln, the former Miss Maxlne Bnylcy, have returned to Fort Bennlng. Ga., after a visit in Springriale wlth'.their parents, Mr and Mrs. W, J. Bayley and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bowlin, and other relatives. Bowlin, with the Air Force, is stationed at Fort Benning. Shows His Badge BT GAILE DUG/IS NEA Womin'i Editor ' and yet both smooth and soft for comfortable sleeping. High-fashion loungewear (left) Is designed by Henson for double use In overnight travel. Pajamas have a tied-in bloomer effect at the knee and are jn solid dark color. They're paired with i robe In printed acetate-rayon tricot. .Toe F. Fclber, son of Mr. and' The robe hat itill other wardrobe! uses since it can double for elthen a brunch coat or as a beachcoat .: , For hot-weathtr sleeping, m»ny, women are addicted to the neat-' ness and comfort of the ahortie! pajama. These (right) in acetate tricot are Ideal for thli purpose and equally good for getting a suntan during the day. Further, the fabric li quick-dryinj and needi no Ironing. Mrs. Mattie Cal Maxted, head Mrs. C. D. Felber of Fayetteville; of the University social welfare will receive a degree of geophysl-j department, will give a paper on cat engineer at the Colorado undergraduate social, education at School of Mines in Golden, Coin., I a meB i ing nf lhe National Assoc . iM»y 29. He is a member of T a u j i a i i o n or Schoo]s ,,, Soda , A(J _ Beta Pi, honorary scholastic fra- | ministration, of which she is pres- ternity; the Blue Key n a t i o n a l , ident, in Chicago May 25-30. She . S. guards at compound 76 on Koje Island where Communist pris- ners of war are held man a maehinegun and SO caliber guns while ehind the barbed wire fence a Communist prisoner stands atop a uilding as lookout, (to left of telephone pole). Note North Korean flag flying atop pole. Announcements honorary fraternity; the Student Society of Exploration Geophy- sicis;ts; the Student Board of Pub- also will attend a meeting of the National Council of Social Education, of which she is an ex- lications. and served nn the En-lecutive committee member held glneers_Day Committee this year, [during the same period. Christ's Church Evangelistic services will be each Friday night at Christ's Church, 119 W. Rock Street., at 7:45, with Fred Huckclburv preaching. The fellowship will bo non-sectarian, and singing groups from all churches are invited to come and participate. These Friday night services will take the place of a mid-week prayer meeting, formerly held on Wednesday nights. The Wednesday night service will be devoted, entirely to the training class, taught by Floyd A. Davis. ! Admiral Nelson Home Burns i Kingston, Jamaica - (If) - The j house at Port Royal--in which . Adm. Ixird Nelson lived 170 years ago was destroyed last night by fire. The building at the famous old pirate town had been used recently as a school. Rice is the poorest of all cereals in food value. How To Say - Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Parks of Winslow have opened a branch shoe and variety store on Dickson Street, and with their family, Patricia and Drennan, will divide their time between Fayetteville and Winslow. of the church on the frontier of he country from 1802-1952. Commerce Wives Have Their Annual Picnic Officers were elected at the annual picnic of the Commorce Wives Club yesterday at the home of Mrs. Russell Westmeyer. Mrs. Leland Bclk and Mrs. E. J. Ball assisted the hostess. Mrs. Darrell Sprisss was named social chairman and Mrs. George fall. Tough on Tootsies Concert Hall. Miss Oswald, a con- Hunsberger publicity chairman, tralto. will he nrcompanieri by j High prize for bridge, played . Vcra Jean Riddle of Winslow. The: during the afternoon, went to Mrs recital is in partial f u l f i l l m e n t for j Leon Took. Ji., with second prize a degree of bachoJoi of music I won by Mrs. Edward Reed. DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketcham VICE PRESIDENT Alben Barkley all- plays hl« United Stcclworkers of America convention badge in Philadelphia, where he told the delegates, "-Whatever the decision of the Supreme Court . . . It will not and cannot settle the wage question . . . It can only settle the constitutional question of whether the President of the United States In an emergency . . . has the right to take over ..." ffnreriiatlonoU ·m«ln| now (It! for tfc«f« with severely impaired hearing For tbt mon of *« house. A (hover Ihot really world. A birthstone cluster ring for $24.50 Top gift for a graduate. A ftenrw Embraceoble. SI 50 Wcpkly $71.SO IP YOU THINK * model's life la til gloia and floia, jutt t*k« i look at (ha aharp «r!gta on that plect of driftwood lorrl* Taylor h«i to tiptoe nn to give · Miami Beich, Kla., photographer thla enraptur* Ing view of her. Rtivfru h m r i n g lom? 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