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January 5, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Saturday, January 5, 1952
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mlllimillllttmillllintllimillllllllimilimilllimilllllimilMIIMMimim National Director Will Speak To Women Voters' League Daily Calendar of Events ·Monday . . . Hi Si Club, Clubroom, 7:00 Farminglon Lodsc, Fnrminston Masonic Hall, 7:30 6lamp Collectors Club. Civic Clubroom, 7:30 Faycllcvillc District Nurses, County Hospital, 7:30 Washington Lodfrc, Onr, Masonic Hall, 7:30 FayeUoville Loctee 740, Masonic H a l l , 8:00 Miss Ann Brown Weds in Candlelight Ceremony I rvf f 111- VUI Ull' Mrs. M a r t i n A. K o v of Dallas. Texas, director "f the League of Women Voters uf '.he United Slates, will speak here M o n d a y ] L -\ r ' liEhl at an onj;miiali»nal m e e t - . /\f JVLOll (1111111 JIB of the Lcagiif of Women: Voters. The meetini! is .vcheduled for 7:45 p.m. at tho home of Mrs. Paul Barrett, l!3!l Uzark A v e n u e Mrs. How. who served tour terms as president of the Texas League, is active in civic and national affairs. She is a member nf t h e Texas' Governor's Committee on Slate Aid to E d u c a t i o n ; a member of the Citizens' Committee to Revise the Texas Constitution, and the Citizens' Committee for Menial ll.vpicnc. Kim is also a member of the Texas Economy Commission. She i.s well known in Dallas for j leadership in such groups as t h e . Volunteer Service cliurch, i sorority, Council of Social A^cn- j cies and other groups. She h a s ; recently been named a director o f ' the Dallas Council on W o r l d ; Affairs. : The Lcasuc nf Women Voters is a non-partisan nrsaoi/.alio'i I composed of more than 1110,11011 members in 43 slates, the District of Columbia, Hawaii and Alaska., Mrs. Maxwell Heads Slate H.D. | Membership Drive I Mrs. H. B. Muxwcll of Kayette- ^ | villc was named today to head u p . I a state-'.vidc membership c a m - ' i paign for the Arkansas Council 'of Home Demonstration Clubs. Plans for the d r i v e were madc ( · by the organization's Executive . Committee, meeting at the H R r i 1 c u l t u r a l Extension Service office : here today. ! Dates v.-erc set for Iwo meetiiiRS !in each of the four extension dis- ; tricts in the state to allow county j home dcmon.sll ation club officials 1 In set county quotas. Goal for the j new membership drive u i l l lie I ''52,000 in '.i^." I'rescnt mcinber- j.ship i.s 45,947 ill 1.7B1 clubs. j Schedule for t h e mcetiiiKS in Vows Home Church CHANCES IN THE HOUSE-Nc p n p n l n t i o n changes fit used n s h i f t of H s^;ils in the House uf nppie.-xniiilivoi. Itcrli-ih i c t n i " 10 Ijnn:* ,-djrnjt the changes must I! be finished in time for the 10511 ccncuil clci'limi v.hcn ihi- H.'irci tVmcrr-s is chosen. Republicans f.' a; 1 ? confiduiU the iCfiliufTlinn w i l l In I M K thorn R.IIH.T whi!' ncinoT.'tl*i concrrlo f-nnip !nb.M* r . a r e possible. ,,* public. H u m p h r e y * Piano Krrital Mrs. Mm'Kiierilp Willis H u m p h - reys w i l l present t r n d c school pupils in a m i d - w i n t e r p i a n o recital. Friday evening M 7:30 o'clock, in the First Presbyter i:m Church. Time fur the hiyh .ncliuo! recital w i l l bo r.niiounceJ ioi.'.o- lime in Fcbru; ry. jvllnMrrial A H h n u r ; Piiii!'* Church. The M i n i s t r - r i f i l A i h - i : « v i.f Oic · · Chuichr;; of F;iyr!lr; il!r, v.'il! . Krrp op with tit* Umt nice! Moiirhiy a l i! a . m . ;i! St.! Uir Time* dally. Washington l.udfte One Washington Lodge. Onn w i l l have a school of instruction for candidates or those Masons whn wish to improve themselves in Masonry, Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Masonic lounge. bovc, c u l l i n g the wedding f the bride's mother, Mrs. Announcements * -Photo By Puka Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Norman Cooper Service Performed In Westminster House Chapel Mi 1 . ;'ii{{ Mrs. Wayne Coffin a i e shown cake at ;\ reception lick! at the home Clinton Higuinbolhain, following their marriage in the Kirsl Methodist j Chinch of M o u i i U m Home. Dc-CL'snbi.T 'JU. Mrs. L ' o l f i n is t h e f o r m e r [ M i f s Mary Margaret Axlu.v uF M o u n t a i n Home, and Mr. C o f f i n is the i ,, .,,_....,,,, ... ..son gf Mr:;. .1. 11. C u f f i n and lhc laic Mr. C o f f i n uf Kaycttcvillc. They 1 the urea is: Harrison, J a n u a r v "J.2 '. are mnldny tlicir liuinc in L i t t l e Hock, where, both are employed. ' a n d Ku.'iscllvillc, J a n u a r y -3. j ' = ^ =r ~-^- r | A t t e n d i n g t h e district meetings Ma.i. and Mrs. Frederick N. | w i l l be the county Home Demon- j st rat ion Council presidents, the i county ] I D nicmhoi'-shiji commil- j tees, and home d c t n n n s l r a t i n n ' ;ip,cnt.-; representing t h e Ap,nrul- tura! Extension Service which | sponsors the program. Mrs. \V. W. Gruncion, Joncs: burn, state council president, presided at today's executive committee meeting, in attendance other t h a n the four district vice president.*' and Mrs. Max- Mo.selcy and son. Jack, returned last night frnm r.uea J l a t n n , Kla., i where they visited Major Mose- | MmU , rn Literature Club ley's f a m i l y durim: tin- Christmas Thc ^^ L i | c r a U l r e and .. Year's holidays. !/2 Gallon VANILLA ICE CREAM 64c Anytime HOLLAND BROS. LOCKER PLANT 203 W. Dictuon 2(3 I W A R N I N G ! TO ALL MERCHANTS Several checks are being , forged on the Northern Bag ' Co. Do not accept any checks on this company until further notice. ·) / Check series 9921 to ^' . 9950 are those that art being '· forged. Anyone receiving check with these numbers pleas* .t notify the local Sheriff. NORTHERN BAG CO. Miss Tcarl Porter has rc-turnrd from Kansas City. Mo., whrre she has bcfii v i s i t i n g her cousin?, Mr. and Mrs. Carl V. Rice. Club j will meet Tuesday at 3 p.m.. w i t h I Mrs. John Shnrmakcr, S12 Mission A v e n u r . , In a candlelight service performed December 27, Miss Ann Mrs. D. I.. Mvcrotl Smith and Mrs. O. Sturm. Mrs Mcny heart \va.-: charge oT the bride's book. P. Brown, daughter of Brown and the late Mr. Brown of i For (ravel, the bride wore a red I'iayeUcvillc, became the bride of [and grey checked suit trimmed | Alpha Kappa Delta i the Rev. M e l v i n L. Vauelmn. mi ! minister of Ihe Church of Christ MutualImunwce 200tbJ%v#we/$ary-f952 ,, . Mr. and Mrs. Hcvcll nice we.], stale vice prcsldcnl. were: i f ., m i l y movcd vc ,,| cr ri;,y to a farm ! at Risers, will speak to members Mrs. C. H. Jones, A l n i y n i , sec- , mvuc(i b M r .,,,,, M r f p j.-i nyd Co . i O f A l p h a Kappa Delta, honorary ·eUiry-trCiisurcr; Mrs. J. Hov.-.-ird | , Crawford, Arl;adclphia, i nine at Happy Holtim-. Hice is ,1 ; .sociology f r a t e r n i t y , Tuesday night r c l t n i i i t ' Wor]l | W;ll . |f vQi,,,.;,,, and is the i »n the subject "SncioloRy and the president; and Mrs. E. M. Park, I brother of Mrs. Conine. Thc f a i n - .Ministry." The talk will bcRin at ClarKsviIlc, business manager. Personals Ralph Norman Cooper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Cooper of Little P.ock. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Hev. Edward Brubaker anil the: Jlcv. W. E. Gibson in the Xv'eslminster H o u s e. Fresbytcrinn student chnpol, before an altar decorated w i t h baskets of fern and bowls of in black velvet w i t h m a t c h i n g black velvet accessories. Her corsage was taken bouquet. from the b r i d a l brief wedding trip Following the couple is at home here I'ayctteville, where they arc both I students at the University. j Mrs. F. K. Pycatt. aunt of t h e snapdragon and chrysanthemums, bride, of Tulsa, Okla., was here F l a n k i n g the cross which center- lo attend the wedding, cd Ihe a l t a r were candelabra holding t a l l lighted tapers. Miss Mildred Gri'SS, organist, played the traditional wedding marches, "Liebcstraum" -- Liizt, "Ave Maria"--Schiihcrt and "Clair ric Ltme' 1 by Debussy. She also accompanied Miss Dora Dean, who sang "Always," "Because," "Oh Promise Me," and "Perfect Love." CandloIiRhtcrs were Shannon and Among the students registered in the day division of Washington Univcrsily, St. Luuis, Mo... are Henry Palmer Hot/. S33 North Kazorback Kuad, who is a graduate student in the College of Arts ] and Sciences, and J. Ti. H a r t e , | R o u t e two, who is a sophomore in ! Ihe School of Medicine. ily formerly Ark. lived in Morrillon, 7:30 o'clock in room 213 of t h e ! Kludrnl Union and is open to the.' 1'amcla tiohart. The bride, given in marriage by her twin brother, Alfred Brown, gonn of eggshell satin, Bragg-Chapman Marriage Told A r t h u r G i f f n r d , with the advert i s i n g department of the TIMKS. is spending a week's v a c a t i o n with I.t. and Mrs. John A. G c a r h a r l at j R i l o x i , Miss. He accompanied Mr. i and Mrs. Gcarharl on t h e i r return · trip to Biloxi, from Kayctlevillc. , U. Col. Frank Kelly. USAF rinp-1 uty commander for t h n rormitinfi of lhc A i a h a m n M i l i t a r y District, is v i s i t i n p here w i t h his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Kelly, and I sister, Miss Ha/cl Kelly, for a few _, , days. Colonel Kelly is stationed at MIPS Chapman i.s the daughter ; B i r m i n R h ; m i i A1;L The wedding of. Miss Jeanne Ruth Chapman lo Braxton V. \ Bragg was performed December ; 21, in the Ashbury Methodist [ Church in Little Rock. of Mrs. E. Chapman and Iho late | · wore a KOUII en t-,^ 11111 11 o t l l '"'i.,; ~. , ,. T- i , fashioned with fitted bodice, long Mr. Chapman of Crosby, England. Smm( , u _ p . )u] M _ s UI ., (H . fc sleeves tapcrinK to points at the j Br« K fi is llm son of Mr. and Mrs. ! Favclti!vi | ]c has b[ . cll promolcd ' wrist and r u f f l e d w i t h nylnn net, j I'elcr N . Brnfig of University i t() f j r p t ] i c u ( c n ; j n t in lhc orfian- - matching the net yoke of the dress | HoiRhls in l a v c l t e v i l l c . Both arc . ized Rcson . c Cnrp5i it has hcrn outlined by net r u f f l i n g . The f u l l j graduates of the University. ! H nnount-oH hv Col. Alrxanricr T. skirl formed a semi-train. Her veil of illusion was attached to cap of basket wca\e she carried a bouquet of w h i t e [ rosebud.-: tied with satin streamers. Her only ornament was a strand ; of prarls, belonging to. her mother, j Miss Rclly Brown was her sister's maid of honor. She wore a gown of blue taffeta with lace yoke a n d ' m a t c h i n g lace mills. She , i 1 ,nt'i..,, .i i, i , v.ul. A l r x a n d c r T. A f t e r a short wcddmR trip, , Ml . Cnn ,. hiof nf t h o A r k a n s n s they are at II.M.IC at .116'., South M i l i l ., r v Disll . k .,. Opportunity School Will Open Monday Plans Wedding For Early Summer Itofiistration will lie-in Monday "Opportunity School," 520 carried a bouquet of while I'oscs. , j^ ort |, Higliland Avenue, it h;i.v Bridesmaid.-:, Miss I.ou Wilson and | | )Con iinnuunccd by Mrs. Sue Miss Margaret Ross, wore yuv-'iis Woods, owner and .supervisor of of orchid and pink not over t a f feta, and carried bouquets of orchid chrysanthemums and sweet peas. Mrs. Brown chose for her daughter's wedding a grey drc.-s, black accessories and a corsage of talisman roses. Mrs. Cooper, mother of the bridegroom, wore a wine colored dress complinicnt- . by crey nccebsorics and a while mat; rorsage. Carl Monyhcart of Little Hock, serve:! the bridegroom as best man and ushers were G. G. and Richard Leonard. Sindy Mcny- hcnrt acted ns rins bearer. Following the wedding, a reception was held in the Trcsbv' Icrinn Student Center. In the rT cclvlng line w i t h the bride und brldcRroom, w o i o Mrs. Drown and Mr. and Mrs. Cooper. Miss Martha nta: presided at Uin punch bowl anrl Mrs. Calvin Mitchell served the cake from a candlelit table decorated with sweet peas mid featuring the three tiered wedding rake, topped by a m i n i a t u r e ·irldr and groom. Assisting in the . l i n i n g room were Miss Martha Brooks, Mis. S. C. Bohart, Mrs. the school. Thc school b u i l d i n g lias boon i ccenlly remodeled an'I enlarged, f e a t u r i n g a k i t c h e n laboratory for iiustiui'tion and preparation of party treats for t h e children, and a well equipped playground with supervised play pei inds Kmphasis is placed on the. pre-school child. Kirs. Woods is assisted by Miiis Virginia Cook, and Mrs. Dorothy Young Js in charge of classes in dance. Drama lie and tnnsir instruction:;, wliii'h include a r h y t h m band, are included in the school program. There is limited enrollment of 40 pupils each term. ;: Fayelteville Couple Wed In Wichila, Kan. NORTHWEST / ARKANSAS TIMES Mrs. Lawrence nounces the ma daughter, Betty. In D e n n y i.'ige of James .Ir her P h y l l i s .lean, lo Andy son of l l i i f / h A i l f n (Jiove. Ph\Hi;; i^ a j t n Pranii' (Jrove H i p h Sihool. s attenrwd frhon] at :· .MeAdams of: nnounc-d Ihr: o n - , (heir daujjhttnj II. Alk'11,1 'f I'r.-iiiii' 1 in tl.o' Mc--i It's a "Badge" of DISTINCTION · WHIJH cm ambitious you In r.orvcs ci nf.-n-,- pci|.cr ionic in his ::porc tinio, it mark.-, him or. a youiKj rr.-m who is caqer tc .-iuccccri in Mo-a good example ol American Froo Enterprises at w o r k ' Wirrit.", nioio, ho ir, roco'jni?nri a.-, one of Iho vi'nl comincl.rn l i n k n bn!v/f;«n i h n nc.v/.-f and it.; nnril r e a d e r cuid'nn'.-o n h i i M l i n q ycuryj b',;.,:ne::.:mun who re':!!y Miivry. lo m':k) hi:; r o ' i i o ::/··(vice match li-.o i^v/.''.': .-.-in- Jilant oii'.rlr, !o :;orvo yon qiiic'eor and boiler. son nf Mrs. Kind Jewell of riotiti' five, f.'atnrday, December 22. at W i c h i l n , ' l a i n Can, 'nui i now i : n p ! \ v d a t ) Mr. :tnd I!rs..Jewel! are m a k i n c Meni.on';, Kerd Store in Frame their home In Wii-hll.1, where lie CJrove. The wedding is phmncrl f u r l Is employed w i t h an a i r r r a l l pl.-mt.! curly summer. j ir.c;,3 lor h ; m , - f » i t ? 1952 HOW AN AMERICAN IDEA-TWO CENTURIES OLD THIS YEAR- GIVES YOU PROTECTION AGAINST THE UNFORESEtABLE-AT SIZEABLE SAVINGS "FIRF-- It was a more dreaded word by far to Philadelphians in 1752, than it is to us today. Fire-fighting equipment was rudimentary. A blaze could wipe out years of savings--destroy a family's security because there was no protection against financial loss. BEN FRANKLIN REASONED: If sincere and responsible people band together and.organize themselves into a group devoted to mutual protection, they can guard themselves against financial disaster. And on this basis the oldest' Insurance Company in America --a Mutual--was established. Back then, just as today, there were no stockholders - because Mutual Insurance Companies seek no profits. Instead Mutual policy- h o l d e r s agree to share costs of disasters and accidents. Each policyholder was, and it today, a part owner of his Mutual Company. · NOW, 200 YEARS LATER, MUTUAL COMPANIES OPERATING ON BEN FRANKLIN'S ORIGINAL PRINCIPLES COVER THE ENT I R E FIRE AND CASUALTY FIELDS: Their members are part of an institution that embodies the spirit of colonial America--that harks back to the days when mutual helpfulness was practically essential to existence. YOU BENEFIT AS A MUTUAL POLICYHOLDER: Because only individuals or firms willing to become good risks are acceptable as pol- icylioltlors in Mutual Insurance Companies, many losses are prevented. And because losses are prevented, your M u t u a l I n s u r a n c e ^ r ' Company is able to m a k e w o r t h w h i l t savings for you. i f , \ n Sounr/inj the Fire Alarm in Colonial America, The Ritter Agency 16 E. CENTER s for Preferred Risks" PHONE 193t

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