Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 24, 1952 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
June 24, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

Publication:
Location:
Fayetteville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, June 24, 1952
Page:
Page 2
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 2 article text (OCR)

2 NwKlHWESf ARKANSAS TMMI, »»M»»Hi, ArhtJMeW, TtMtttoy. June, 24, Ifi2 Society, NWS. KATHLEEN OOZItR iiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii ...... iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinitiitiii Daily Calendar of Events Work?, Of Refregicr To Be Shown At U A ! | An exhibit of wnikj. nf Anlon D o f r f - c i f i . v i M t l n s n r l i a l a t t h e I l i n i v r - r ' i t y . v. i l l |!. fin i l i s p h v in · H i t - A i t : C f N ' i ' l K.illr-ry .lunc 24. . Im ludrrl ;nr. p o i n t i n g s , r l r n w i n f l r , , M I U I ; I | skill, he:,, p h o t o g r a p h s of riMlrul iN'.t.illiitinm, and f a b r i c rto- j rinirrl ly Hi'frr-Eii-r. The r x h i b l t i w i l l r e m a i n on v i e w u n t i l J u l y IS. -suck Cottons- Fashions With Two-Fold Purpose J 'Pancake Supper I Dogs and cats cam help cprend ! A pancake supper will be held.""!! cholera, i Thursday at 6 p.m., at the home. i of Johnnie Means, 338 South Dun- J Not white, not wheat, not rye, .i-an. Pancakes, bacon and coffee - out a flavor blenr! of all three-- junge's Roman Meal Itreao. Tonight . . . Order nl n.iinh»w. M.isomc H a l l . 7 I.av.-il K c s r i v e Coir,pot,lte U n i l , fcason B u i l d i n g , 7 I". A. V., Legion J j u i , 7 V. K. \\ T . A u x i l i a r y , Civic rluhmoms, 7:.Hfl lirhekah I.odirc, lOOF H a l l , 7:.l(l ."'Hfith \llhtiiry Gnvr-rnment Group, I l ^ ' a \\'c^l C f n l c r Street, 7:'.',{) Tmvn O l u b I n f o r m a l r i n n r r , Hocltwoort nnr,f H a r d e n , 8 Wednesday . . . Exrhnnfre Club, Fcrjrusnn'f, 12 Iris Garden Club, Mrs. R. A. Long. 1:30 Dee Gee C l u b , 4 N a v n l Reserve Electronic Company 8-8 Drill, Eaf.on B u i l d i n g , 7 Deltn Sisma, H u g h Kincaicl, 7:30 Kapps Alpha I'hi, 45 East Hock StrMt, 7:3f) (1841 V o l u n t e e r Air Foice Reserve Training Squadron, 7:.'(0 I. O. O. F., IOOF Hall, 8 40 Club I n f o i m a l Dance. Dark Howl, B:?,o Personals w i l t be served and each f a m i l y w i l l receive a box of ;. a n c a k c f l o u r . The proceeds from the supper will go to the Women's Missionary C o u n c i l nf the First As- Uembly of God Church. The public is invited. Don M f f i n o r l w i n I'-: r-xprcted In r r t u m Iv.mo S.itiird.v.- from two v.-r-cks ;,p«nl ;a ,'i br.y';: romp at Laki; Fort Gihsrm. Okla. MIT. A i f r f v l Dftv.-fll ami son, HoRf-r. nf Los AnsHf.'s. O t h f . , spent l h r v.-orkrmd v.'ilh Mrs. Irene Ho'.vlin n n r i / f i n i i ! . | Mrs. Howard M i i t o n o and i of PouRhkcppHc. N. V.. r u r j i n n Jit I'" 1 hnnif of hc-r parents, ! Mr. and Mrs. W a l i a r e Oliver. : Mr. f M i r l Mrs. H o l l y W h i t f o r d ' a n d c h i l d r e n o f Inrtiiinnpoli.s, I n d . , , .-iff- v i . v i l i n x f r i r i u k hr-re and ;iL · ll'^or:,, Mrs. W h i t f o r d ' s f o r m e r . home. 22nd Year Observed By Baldwin Club Hlickelbury, Nola Huckelbury, and j Carol Woodruff nt Fort S m i t h , Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Cooper, Mi::! Nora Strain, Mr. nnd Mrs. H e n r y M i l l i f i a n , Mr. and Mrs. Paul D a v i 1 ; The Baldwin Home Demonstrs- j Joyce, John P a u l , .lanel R u t h , Mr. and Mrs. John Trowbridgc ' {; have r e t u r n e d to W i c h i t a , Ka a f l f - r a t t e n d i n g I h e funonil p r a i i d i i ' i f i l h e r , Mrs. M a r y Pl'.unnier of Sprincdale. lion Club held itr. a n n u a l p i c n i c 1 ?P d Jam" Edward Davis, Mr. and Sunday afternoon »t the home of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest King. A ' M r , Mr. ;md M r y . A l e x Stirewa operative l u n c h e o n w-a.; served f i t p f ,well 2 o'clock a n d the club provided : n a i r d , '' cold d r i n k s and ice cream d u r i n n . m a r y ' B the a f t e r n o o n . A b o u t fin members'. Lewis and- their f a m i l i e s were present, ' a n d Mn In observing the club's 'JL'nd year of o r r . a n i / a t i n n , the K t m i p presented M r s . Kd nohcrls, A charter member w i t h 22 years of service, with a silver cake server. Guests I n c l u d e d Mr. nnd Mrs. O. A. Law-ion nf H u c k n e r , M r s . Lawsnn beinq a charter member . of t h e llalriwin club; Joan M a l h l s ; HOITIP I:C Paula ? , c m i v ; | i - i : Mrs. Ernest Patrick r.nd son., (jcnc Mrs. A. A. A d k i n s , A n n a R a o c h i l d r e n h a v e r e t u r n e d to Ihei Hogan, / Willadccn Curtis, B e r d j f , h n n i e in Turrell, a f t e r v i s i t i n g n i t t e r , Ml.'.. Irene Powell, Royaler here in the hrane'of her p a t e n t s and Mrs. J o h n n y Mr. and Mr,. W. P. M c N a i r . 11-19-tf DOUBLE EEN STAMPS Given Wednesday, June 25 McKeehan's Mr ~, " " - " ' i r e t u r n i n e lo t h e i r home in F o u l I he b i r t h d a y cake was the s i f t W o r t h . Thev have been the cuests : I,. U. Couprr, wh.i assl.Merl in : of Mr. and '.Mrs. F r a n k Hinkle. m a k l n K arrangements for t h e ; -- j dinner. i To Mr. ,'inrl Mr.s. Jim .Slice, of I J t t l o ' I Rnck, Miss K l a i n e K r a u s find Miss j Belly n u r k h n r t . both of C h i r a q o . j I I I . , wore weekend nu\ c ts in thr ! home nf Mr. Stirr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P'cnner Stirc. X[ EW YORK-- ( N E A ) -- This is (he point at w h i c h most women begin to fill in their summer wardrobes, adding the things they've forgotten when they shopped earlier. Or, they may be choosing fashions for which nn unexpected need has suddenly arisen. Often, the wanted fashion is one w i t h more l h a n one purpose. One t h a t can look riRht in dry time, look equally right on a summer evening. One t h a i might go from a Inzy afternoon in the sun directly to dinner. Since we have, these dnys, such Innovations as denim sparkling BY GAILE DUG AS NEA W«nan'» Editor with sequins or studded with nail- beads, organdy quilted and cut i n t o circular skirts, cotton that looks like tweed -- such clothes aren't hard \a find. The checked denim by Judy and Jill (riffhi), for instance, tells one story w i t h t h e matching bolero on and another w i t h it off. W i t h o u t the jacket, there's a ruffled bodice that's dressy and feminine, a fine foil for the black- and-white checked skirt. This is ..-..., A group of s t u d e n t s a c c o m - , ],. B . |, h ,,. k h a s bl , cn n a m u r ) · nnd W a l t e r ; Mr. and Mrs. Shells-! P,""."" 1 , b - v « teacher, from t h e ' "Top M a n " in the field of p a r t w i c k . Mrs. K h c l l s w i r h w i l l become I U n 'TM'f) l y wHj^'.trnd the n a t i o n a l i i m p m r l l - Woodmen of Ihe Woi Id ; 3 dress for dinner or dancing, for long summer evenings. With the jacket on. this dress can go places in daytime, looking cool and neat. Two for the price of one! A h«lter top of broadcloth (left), in the good company of Greta Platlry's quilted dimity skirt, makes a lot of fashion sense. At a party, in the country, on the terrace, nt a luncheon or in- f o r m a l dinner, this pair will provide the impetus for compliments. The halter can, in addition, team up with other summer skirts, while the skirt itself can take to other tops. (hop or dtpoi Copyriglit 1952 W 0 fi* Inc. For »al« br FayelleTille Drug CENTEK 18 E. CENTER Look For ihe Name On the Green Froni. Sonny Brovn who has veiled P l a n n i i i B lo atlnr.d the a n n u a l Charles S h a f f e r . I C K . urs. ^ n c i i s w i r i t wn nccomc · , , . i A · ·'"··'· nine mm, woonmen 01 me woi a -., , ., . . . , . ~ , r .- A ·--·····-· new member of t h e ,-,,,,, \ TM- »"£;, ^ ^XtlS ! ^ *=^ ^^ * ^ ^"h" h"' ,mct and"",,!" paTu^'V^ns A ^''FO^ E n t e r t a i n m e n t for the a f t e r n o o n City J u n e 2-1-27. They are: Hue i ' ' the Rev. mid Mrs. D. L. Dikes. w '"f. I" '« held this weekend n Bird and Mrs. John Included b o a t i n g , s w i m m i n g , : W a l k e r . C l i n t o n , n a t i o n a l second horseshoes, croquet and softball. Dinner Honors Mrs. Huckclbury , vice president nf the collene club I M ilopiirtmrnl of t h e A m e r i c a n Home M ' Economics AssoclMinn; M ; i r v I Pearl H a r b u c k , Mnlv.-rn .state president of cnll"^ home rt-o- 1 I L i t t l e Hock, a , c I b i v c v W;,r d ; Lc , aKU , c Of "'omen Voters c o m m a n d e r . Joe Anderson, Orcn ... bml R ,', oups "' t h o L r a =' : 0 of \Vhjtelioiiii-, H u b e r t Ilurch. R a v - Uomc '" Voters v i l l not meet this Dun W. Harris, son of Mr. , n n r t - ' ' r " l p f t J'«terc.ay fro,,, s.loaMi I.. Harris, and h u s b a n d K l'rii"Ks to r e t u r n lo his home in j o t Ann R. Harris, all of Elkins. Sbreveport, La. nuind" Slate, 'i^f'.lamr!^ 'j'c^ v.-ock, as scheduled. ' I s borne on leave for 30 days. He · I.edford. Max Powell, A. G. HoV- w i t h H K h t c r Squadron 22, Mrs. John Philbeck. Jr., of t h e ' h i n d , .1. C. S m i t h , Ha.vmond B r n d i Park\'iew A p a r t m e n t s had as l(\v. J o h n Uarol:]. Claude A l f , r i t - , i ~~ guests I'JSl week Mr. and Mrs Roy anil Ch;illes Carlton. A u x i l i a r y .... - ., _ Don K a r n c n a n d d a u g h t e r . C ' u n i m i n K S and d a u c h t e r , Janice ' deli-sates are Mrs. R u b y B. A n - showcr was civcn S a t u r d a y eve- j Cltih, Colbecon; and M i s . L. I l . . i - « r o l A n n , of Topoka, Kan., are O f Montsnmery, A l a . ar.c, hr-r derson and Mrs. Irene Powell. Ci M , , nomics c-lubs; Kliz.nhcth Ann J o h n H b o B r ( l l h c u S S T n r a w a . son, Ka.veUe.vlHe, president-elect ~~~~ -A surprise b i r t h d a y d i n n e r ami 1 of the University Home Economic Past Matron's U'.ub. University City Chapter 495. O.E.S. The Past Matron's Club of University City Chapter 495, O.E.S., InR by Mr. and Mrs. H a r r y i B u r t o n , assistant professor or '· n r i ° v is!Uni? her p a r e n t s , Mr. a n d r i l h c r T~r, AiiVu-nrth n'\ni,-n I ! ,i ,' " - ourtney at t h e i r home, honoiln'gi home economics and state adviser i M "- A - '·· Stover. Also v i s i t i n g in o , V, \1' r 'i,' mi ,»= \r,' i v',-?' M r -md Mrs I I K i i -lei, -iiricl- w ' e a p l c n i c T h u r s d a y at Irs. Fred Hurkelbury. of home ec clubs. M r y . Doro I, · ' h e Stover home is their erandson, pi u;,,!' .'/,","; and Mr n n d M , s K-'-rn rd r i k "'' M " m " a l t h c h " me o! Vr - ' n " cl The table was centered w i t h a ! M i t c h e l l Komanny, Green Forest · »"" Stover of Qumcey, I I I . ; Philbeck .i.e sisteis. l " t i i IT ? ra'i i , M! ' S ' Tom Eads - 4 1 2 Eilst '- afa - v - irec b i r t h d a y cake inscribed w i t h ! resldent-eleet of the honornry ' ' Tj 7^. , . , ' u " ' ; 1 " 0 1 c to eltc Street. Members are asked to 1C name of the honorec and d e c - i home economic f r a t e r n l l y , P l i i 1 Mrs. Gilbert Swanson and snn l l r - iind M r s - -'i" 1 f.hert and » l c m Pn i ; ; , ' TM n - , ov -r t h e week- · i, r i ng a covered dish and their lai\. _ the name of the honorec and dec- i home economic orated w i t h red crystal, and a tides were received . c h i l d r e n of the University of Hurkelbury. red roses. L i n e n , ' Upsilon Omicron, will join the Gibb.v, l e f t y e s t e r d a y afternoon TMSL° f ,?!. l "' l ;."j:- i FI-VLTJ" . A ".:'. r :! i . c . C ; il v ' Rh ," ls 3l :'^ r e t u r n to t h e i r home in O m a h a . ' S TM ' ' ' »«k'"«. »TM here for I Neb., a f t e r a v i s i t here w i t h her vwl;s "' E i "»mer school at the b y M r s . - t e n d l n c a n a t i o n a l conclave o f : . Gursts included Mr. and DENNIS THE MENACE Phi Upsilon Oinricon in B u f f a l o . i mother, Mrs. Jay Fulb'rig'ht, and U n i v e r s i t y , where Dr. F.bert is an _=____-___._·, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Douglas nnd I i n s t r u c t o r in the department o: By Kttcham i I family. speech. They arc resirlinp in a p a r t m e n t at the home of Mrs. A. F. Wolf. 6-2-f end where they visited w i t h Mr. ov , n , ab| { ar.d Mrs. Robert Fly and rialishtcr, Ann, nnd Mr. ai.rt Mrs. L e w i s ' Kelt/.. Mrs. !-'!y and Ann returned t u F n y r t i e v i l l e Ti'.h the K i r k p a t - ricl:s anr, w i l l remain thc rest of i h r week. The Flirnard K i r k p a t - rn-ks w i l l also \-iit here for the r e m a i n d e r of the week. crruun --· S A L E Summer Suits Skirts Blouses Early Spring Dresses Regular and Half Sizes !m«*3f 10 E. Ctnttr Announcements Prof. A r t h u r B. Moss, of thc U n i v e r s i t y , who has been in M n - ! , , f i n e camp nt Camp Pendleton i Mr! - ·'""" w - P h 'lbcrk, Rr., 224 C a l i f . , for (he last year, was a ; N r i r t h Locust Street, had as sueils v i s i t o r in Fnyctte\'ille today On a : ' h i s p;1 " t weekend, Mrs. Robert year's leave of absence, he plans I i r " w n i n f . Jr., and d a u g h t e r s , .Into go to Soul,h OraiiKC N' M be- riilh '· r '' " n1 j!ln0 ' of " i c h i i l l l ( 1 , fore he returns here. ; W a s h . They have returned to Siloam Springs, v.-here they arc [ Robert Iglthart Art Lecture h.i, !,,.«, ,-n^i i !,,,,, i,.. , s P " d i n K the summer w i t h M r s . , Hoberl i R l e b a r t , head of the art Browning's riotjier, M r s . .1. F . ' d e p a r t m e n t of New York U n i v e r Elam. . s i t y , will be a finest of t h e Mrs. t h a t her sister, Mrs Kuccne A d k i n s and two c h i l d r e n landed J u n e 14 a t O k i n a w a , where L i e u t e n a n t A d k i n s is s t a t i o n e d . Mrs. eh,,,,,,, ,en Kaye,,.,,, . Dr. and Mrs. H a r r y r. Otwell h.-H e r e t u r n e d from 1R days t o u r - Op- · ' t o m c t r i c Convention in M i a m i . Wallace Oliver. Fla.. and Mrs. Ouvcll a t t e n d e d m c n t n r y C l u b tonir.ht at 7 o'clock in the S t u d e n t Union Ballroom He w i l l discuss "Children's Art. 1 Kivinr: a d e m o n s t r a t i o n . There w i l : Kioup. L.L.L. Class, First Baptist Church The I..1,.L. Class of the First Mr and Mr !)Ufi nougl.is. hav'e returned from j thc A u x i l i a r y m e c t i i i R t h e r e Vliey SfHio C n k 'c-h S " ; " nT I" 1 '"' A "'·""·" vac " lio "« l '·" ·'^'-'·'"'"'i^ BapHsVchu'r-cirwiil meei'Vi;;;-;: v "iVori\ ih ,1 W n i ' A " h r r C t h c y a n d Koy Wcsl - Kl!1 " · M " bile ' A 1 : 1 -"lay eveniiiK at 7:30 o'clock, w i t h usiled « , t h t h e i r son, Capt. R. M. .\ew Orleans, La., and other Mrs. Lowell G n r d e n h l r e . Cn-bost- ^Mivei-,ji:nd^f.T,ndy. places of interest. i c-sse:; w i l l be Mrs. Burl Yoo, Mrs. ec swf?ED. He's DEAD," Double SH Green Stamps on All Cash Sales of Moore's Gift Shop Wednesday, June 25 1 Group Bisque Figures . . . ',2 price 2 Crystal Patterns !' 2 price 9 Table Lamps 'i to |.J off 1 Group A. D. Cups Saucers . . Vi off 2 30-pc. Blue Ridges Breakfast Sets, $18.50 . . . !i off Egfl Plafes ·/, price No Giff Wrapping Who Gives Green Stamps? We Do! McKeehon'i Fabric Center 18 Eail Center Johmon'i Paint and Wellpeper Store 35 North Block St. Hilton Brot. Drlre-in Furniture Store Hwy. 71 North Town ft Comput MEN'S W E A R Ourk Theatre Blda. lancr Bra*. She* Storn South Side Square Fairway Grocery 4 1 6 N. Collage Glenn's Dairy (Houie lo houte delirery) Phone E 6 0 - W - 4 Ozark Cleanen 101 North Block St. Harlan'i Service Station Friendly Cull Station I I North College McRoy-McNoir FayetteTllle Printing Co, Retail Store CASH Salei Only Beebe's Jewelers 14 Eail Center Moore'j Gift Shop 25 North Block St. Fairway Hardware 230 Mill St. Waggoner's Bakery 108 West Center St. Quaker Drug Store 22 Eait Center St. Phillipt Motor Co. 130 North College Redeem your SH Grtan Stamps ot the Redemption Center, 420 North College Newest Thii, h Pk*k AIRTIGHT! WATMTIOHT! . 26-PIECE PICNIC OUTFIT $1.00 A WEEK Take il along on Weekends --Camping, Hunting, Motoring! You've wished many times for 3 set like t h i s . . . now own one at a genuine saving! "Skotch Kooler" beautifully decorated in plaid design and finished in vinyl plastic inside and out. Clear plastic insert. All other pieces in new, "modern" plastic colors. Come in now and be ready for the fun ahead! Use four Credit No Carrying Charge!

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page