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Thursday, June 12, 1952
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TT MOtTllWBT AKAMAI TIMM, I, Arkamn, Thursday, June 12, 1952 HNIIIHHIHNIHIliHIimllllHHIMI IIIIIMIIIIIUI IIHHIIIHl Society m MIS. KATHlfEN DOZIM miMniiniiiHiHiiiHMiiiiiiiiimimiHiiiiiiiiiiHHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiimimimii · Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Mixed Scotch Foursome, Country Club, 5 Altrufa Picnic, Mrs. Mabel January, 7 Family Night, Country Club. 7 VA Dislaffcrs, VA Nurses Home, 7:30 V. F. W., 108H West Center, 7:30 Far West Chapter One, R. A. M., Masonic Hal), 7:30 Friday Contact Club, Washington Hotel. 7:30 a. m. Fayettevillc Board Realtor*. Kcrguson's, 12 UCT nnd Auxiliiry, Civic Clubrooms, 7 Union School To Have Parents' Night Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock the concluding program will be held for the Union Vacation Church School upomored by the First Christian Church, the First Presbyterian, and Ihe Central Presbyterian. The service! ylll bi in' the First Christian Church' ·anctuary and will enable the par ent! to h»v« an Idea of whai tht children have learned ind done during the weeks of the school. Th» bejlnner department, which has been under the direction o MM. Chirles Crook, assisted bj MM, Stephin Stephen and others will ln| a number of their inngi related to the department'! them' of "God's love and care." The primary department, which hn been under the direction o Mn. Gordon Rowley, will demonstrate its work on the theme "How the church helps us," by having the first grade give Ihe Bible verle» that tell "the happy ways of living God ha* given us," the teeond grade display and explain the church they have made at a mull of their study of churches, »nd the third grartc »ay the books of the New Testament and the J3rd Pialm. The Junior department, which has been under the direction of Mlts Jewell Caudle, will lllum- Inat« their tople, "Living in our community," by hevln* a diseu«- ·lon of "The history of our community." "The people who help tit in the community," ind "How we c»n mike oun a Christian community." 1 The ttaffi of the departments will be Introduced by Mini Pearl Kate, superintendent of the school, and the certificates presentee! l» the pupils. An offering will be received to help defray the expenses of the school. Following the program Ihe projects and handwork of the students will be on display in the departmental rooms. The school has been r u n n i n g for two weeks with a total enrollment of 130 and more than 15 staff members. Young Mothers Club Honors Mrs. Courtney The Young Mother* Club met Tuesday evening at the home of Mr*. Leith Kzell. The meeting was opened with the group repeating the Lord's Prayer. Mrs. Verna Mac Keener received the mystery package and Mrs. Nellie Blvens and Mrs. Mona Cowan received gifts from their "secret friends." During the meeting Mrs. Nettie Courlncy was honored with a pink and blue shower. The next meeting of the club will he held In July. Masonic Officers Named At Meeting Of Lodge One At the rctful.'ir mooting of WashlnRton Lndflc Onp, held Monday nliihl ;il tin: Masnnk- Hall, officers wore elected for tlie year 19.11-52, as: v Chink's Sficpiianl. worshipful master; 'J'homa.s Gydrlis, senior warden; F. 0. Pane, junior warden; John Rhodes, secretary; linyre M. 1,,-insford. trf-asiirer; Nat Hays. H:ninr dfacoti; Walter Honn- michl, j u n i o r rlr-rimn; Kllon W. Capps and W i l l i a m Siscmorc, masters of rercmonien; John W. Fowler, chaplain; J. C. I'utman, tylcr. Gazette Editor To Speak To State Folklore Group Ark.tnsns folklore will be discussed by Hurry Ashmorc, editor uf the Arkmuiis Gazette, at Ihe opening session of the. fourth annual mcclhiK of itio Arkansas Folklore Socioty al the University tomorrow at fi p. in. in the Slu- (tlent Union bnllroom. An in forma j rocoplion will follow. The .society will hnvr a busi- np!;s meeting ;it 10:30 a. m. Snt- u n l f i y , in the Student Union gnme mom. The folk feslivnl proj(, scheduled for 2:30 j). in. Salurclny in the bnllroom, will include ballad sinjiiiiK and .nqtmro dancing. Members of the society will have 'a picnic supper Saturday evening ;it the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Carlisle. Concluding the two-day meet Inn, John Quincy Wolf of Memphis, Tonn., folklorUt of Southwestern University, w I I I speak on "Fcnt NolancJ and Arkansas Folklore." Democratic Women Hear Report On State Meeting Personals James n. Gulley, son of Mr. and Mrs. .Raymond Gulley of Highway Thr Women's Democratic Club '%** homeRon ^ave from H.mey met lasl nlaht at Ferguson's with ! A l r *° rce Basc '_ Pucfto Rlc0 ' Mr*. CUR Eidson, president, pre- j siding. Committed) were appointed j Mr. and Mrs. A, W. McMurtrey Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Napier returned home Monday from Hot Springs, where they attended « four-day hardware convention. of . Poteau Okla,, were weekend of Mr. and Mrs. ilvcrtt E. Campbell. . by Mrs, Eldson as follows: Program, Mrs. Pearle Trow- brldge. chairman, Mrs. Joe Reed of Sprinudale, Miss Su/apne I.ighton; Telephone, Mrs. Thcda Collins and Mrs. Ollie Beavers, Springdale; ropurter, Mrs. Ella li. i w . . . · . · - _ - -·_--- - - -- · Hurst ! Washington, D. C., Monday. They retiring ' Icft Tuetda 5 r to «° lo H °' Springs. I Candidates for degrees this Sat- j i i r d a y al the University of Michigan include Frank Newton Gordon, Jr., 208 North College Avenue, Fayetteville, master of science, and Peter D. Randolph, Rogers, master of science. L. B. Smith, accompanied by his mother, arrived by plane from Picnic Announced For Ihrist's Church DVBS The DVBS at Christ's Church vlll close Friday noon with « picnic In City Hospital Park, followed by a closing service in the church, with distribution of ccrlifi- ates. The pupils' work will be on exhibition in the classrooms. This has been the church's Jaru- st school lo dale, with (11 cnroll- d. Ten churches, in both town nd country, have been reprosent- d. Some of the children's work '111 be displayed at the revival ervlcc Friday nlcht. DENNIS THE MENACE By Kttcham *6trr IM NOT READY TOSETTU OWN YET WOE ABOUND m 6lOCKAfl=(VTM1ES 'TIL I -DAD'S DAY, JUNE 15 _ WALK-FITTED for better f i t and feel! Bostonians STA-SMOOTH INNIRSOLES 17" DINHAM H rj22 Qenuint White Itnck A Drvun Mflh Call Bxperlcncc Ihe wonderful new comfort of Ihcic superb two-lone Boslonians. Walk. Flex, Feel lhai jlovc-sofi STA-SMOOTH iniolc that cmhioni your every itep? Utrc't comforl tail * nun cut re«lly undenionj. Rainbow Girls Have Formal Initiation The Order of Rainbow for Girls held formal initiation In the Masonic Hall Tuesday night for Marl- , lyn Sharp, Roberto Drokc, Nancy Cole, and Shcrna Will. Preceding the initiation ceremony a bufiinpsH session was held, at which time Grand Assembly was dlscutscd and plans were made for 1 the Fa.vellevllle TUIn- bow fnr Girls to net as guide* for nil out of town girls who register. Guests were Ann T.edfnrd of Welectkn, Okla.. visiting Hnlnbow Girl, several Kastern Stars and Masons-. Dpfreshments were served In the lounge after the meeting. Goldenrod Club Entertained At Luncheon Mrs. A r l h u r Johnson entertained the Goldenrod Club Wednesday at 12:30 p.m., with a luncheon. Mrs. Hill Knvin nnd Mrs. Sherman Spires were co-hostesses. Guests other than club members were Mrs. T. C. Lincoln. Mrs. E. E. KnnvkstcrU, anil Miss Martha llarn-ll of Chc-yc-mio, i Hoi! call was answered by giving "The best bargain I ever made." Group singing led by Mrs. Christine F.rwln, wns followed by the poem of the month. "Siimmrr Glow." read by Mrs. Leo Fredericks. Mrs. J. R. fioston, homo management leader, gave a talk on "Budgeting Urn? and money." Mrs. T. C. Lincoln received the panic prize and the mvsterv package was won by Mrs. Leo Fredericks. Thn next meellng of the club will be with Mrs. Joel Smith, in July. Mrs. Jewell Rlcketls, .^. ,, prcsldcnl, reported on the stale convenllon held In LITtle Rock. The next meeting will be held July 9, at the Chicken Little In Springdale. Miss Loyce Weir Engaged To Michael Ardemagni Mr. and Mrs. Otis Weir of Fayetteville announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Loyce, to Michael Ardemagni, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Ar- rlomagnl of Tontltown. Miss Weir is a graduate of University High School and he is a graduate of Sublaco. ' The wedding will be at St. Joseph's Church, Tontitown, June 23. Mt. Zion H. D. Club Votes For Fair Booth The. Mt. Zlon Home Demonstration Club met at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Nannie Dietrich and Mrs. Hhoda Wilson. Roll call was answered by 12 members and six quests. Mrs. Dan Broyles, Mrs. Paul McKImm, Mrs. A. M. Klnij, Mrs. J. Hughes, Mrs. Roy Sharp and Miss Sue Sharp. Mrs. Forrest Johnson gave the devotion and Mrs. Frank Lee read Ihe poem, "Giving" by Kahili Gibran. This was followed by roundtablc discussions on "I-Tow I use my times" and "Hobbies." The club voted to enter a booth at the County Fair. Mrs. Wythe Walker of Slill- water, Okla., is visiting here with her mother, Mrs. A. M. Byrnes and sisters, Mrs. B. H. Barnes, Mrs. Dorothy Benbrook and Mrs. L. R. Putman. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy C. Harrison of Hobbs, N. M., announce the birth of a daughter, Connie Lynn, June I I . Mrs. Harrison is the former Alice Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn L. Smith. Mrs. Smith will leave Saturday for Hobbs. Lt. and Mrs. Joe Brewer are expected today to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hammond and Mrs. Bernice Brewer. Lieutenant Brewer has been ordered to the Far East and will leave the middle of July. Mrs. Brewer will remain here with daughter, Betsy. Attending the Ozark Presby- .erian Senior Summer Conference ast week at Camp Yates, r-jnan- za. Ark., were Judy Albin, Edwin 3ullington, Eleanor Ellis, Karen Cennedy, Henry Kronenbcrg, Paula ironenberg, Lavinla Lee, Mary Ellen Lee, Joe Richardson. Mar- vclyne Rite, and Sharon Rise. Mr. and Mrs.(Robert Feathers, their son John, «icl daughter, Rose A n n , of Demopolis. Ala., who have been house guests of Mrs. Feathers' mother. Mrs. E. J. Mathis, 462 Easl Lafayette, plan to leave tomorrow morning for j Alabama. En route home they will | stop In Little Rock, where they ' will visit Mrs. Feathers' sister. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Palmer had as guests the past week, their son- j l n - I a w and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Winslow Brown. Mr. Brown has just completed work at Perkins School of Theology, S. M. U. in Dallas, Texas, having received his B. D. degree last August and having completed resident work for his M. A. degree which will be conferred this coming August. During the past year Mr. Brown has been assistant chaplain at the VA Hospital at McKinney, Texas. Last Sunday at the annual conference at Hot Springs, he was appointed to Wesley Methodist Church at Pine Bluff. Mr. imd Mrs. Brown graduated from the University in 1949. Th« closing program of the Central Methodist Vacation Bible School will be tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock in Wesley Hall. Parents are invited to atlend the program which will be a summation of the work done d u r i n g the two weeks, and will include a rhythm band, group singing and a play. Methodist Church will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock, at the home of Miss Amanda Hilton. Cotton growing has tended to spread north in Ihe United States and is now grown as far north as Southern Illinois. Strain Cemetery Meetlni The annual all-day meeting al Ihe Strain cemetery will be held Sunday. Junior Circle, Central Methodist Church The Junior Circle of the Central' SUPER! Announcements Waihinrton Lodge One Washtagton Lodge One will meet Friday at 7:30 p. m. for work in the Fellowcraft degree. Refreshments will be served. Flrit District O. E. S. The First District, Order of the Eastern Star, has completed plans 'or a meeting honoring Mrs. Pearl Seeton, associate grand matron of Arkansas, Saturday evening at 8 o'clock in the new field house at Springdale. This meeting will be Jieceded by a buffet supper at 6:30 o'clock in the high school cafeteria. All Eastern Stars are nvited. A large number from over he state are expected to attend. Vacation Bible School, Central Methodist Church M. N. Graues Entertain Club At Dinner Party Members of the Cloverlcaf Club ·vere entertained last evening at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. M. N. Crane. Dinner was served on the patio to 11 members and 11 guests. Elizabeth Smith and lone Miner are leaving Friday for Portland, Maine, where they will spend two months working with the Girl Scout Council. Elizabeth, a senior in home economics, will be assistant dietician at the camp at Litchfield, Maine, on Lake Cobbossee- contee. Tone, a senior in social welfare, will be u n i t leader in the same eamp. On their trip to Port, land they will go via Washington, ' D. C., New York and Boston. 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