Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 8, 1952 · Page 2
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January 8, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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JH-^NOimWMT MKAMM TIMK, tayMMvM*. Mmmm. Tutwloy, J.mw r ·. MMlHIHtlMIHMIIIIIMIHIMMlHlll|l||HMi|||||M|mi|||| MRS. KATHIKN OOZIIR IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIililllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Daily Calendar of Events Trinigfji .. ,. . Order ot Raitibon' For Girls, Mssnnic Hall, 6 Sul) .Deb Club. Suj Calc, 7 Naval Rescrvu Comjxjsile Unit, Kadon Building, 7 30611) Military (iiivornmrnl Group, 112V4 We»t Center, 7:30 D. A. \Vlii-Citm Hul, 7:30 Denti'trr CHrdcn C'lulj, Mrs. Kylf Enjtler, 7:30 V. F.Wi Aii:illiar.v, Civic'Clubroom, 7:30 Jichc-kah Lode"-. JOOK Hflli. « Enpinecrinir Faculty Wives, Mrs. A r t h u r Brown, 8 Wednesday , . . Kxtlijnjrc Club. KmjuMm'j., 12 · Lions Club, WfliihinKton Hole!, 12 Golcifmmi Cltili. 12:30 Newcomers Club, Womcni Civic Clubrnom?, 1:3n Alln.TM Dinner mid llu.',incsj Meeting, Mrs. BaniiMt Sure, 6:31) .Arkansas Drmonstic Women's Club, K e t c u s n n X 7 N a v a l Reserve Electronic Company fi-8.Drill, EaRon IjUidling, 7 U n i v u m t y Law Wives, Student Union, 7:30 Bella Sigma, H u s h Kim-aid, 7:311 Kappa Alpha 1'hi, 45 Kssl Hock Street, 7:30 riiuM B, OH40tli Volunteer Air Korcc Hcscrve T r a i n i n g Squmlrun, 7:30 AM VETS, Courthouse, 7:« J.O.O.F., IOOF Mall, S Ddts Slcm.i MothriB Club, Mis. Hush Stubblclicl'J, 8 Shorc*y-Treat Engagement Told Ulat eountrj. Presiding tt thi meeting v/ai Wnynt While, luperlntcndent of Hie Lincoln schools. Group ting- Ing wni led by Dr. R. K. Sent ^nd preceding the program tnc Lincoln Hi«h .Schwil hand presented a I f i - m i n u t e fincert, : In charge of the p r f j x i a r n were ] Vlrsil T. filossoni. chfiirmnn, .Joe 1 Kaye Moore and Frank C'annady. ; Party Honors ijimmy Cox Mr. and Mrs, Loy Cox onler- titincrl with a part" Saturday evening for their son, Jimmy, jn honor of his J2th birthday. Assist- Miss Velma Smith Is Bride Of Charles D. Farr S p r i n R r l a l r - f S p e c i a l ' - M i f * Velma Smith, daughter of Mr. and 1*11 s urnst! oiauib Mrs. J. fi. Smith ot SurinKdalc, Route 4, became the bride of Charles UeWitl Farr of Memphis, Tenn., in a ceremony performed Sunday a f t o i n o o n al the chapel of the First Methodist Church nf Sprlngdalc by the pastor, the Huv. H. M. Lewis. Only members of the f a m i l y mid close friends were present. Mrs. Mildred . Porter of Spriiifjdale Herved as matron of honor, while Wlllb M a y f l e l d of Flint, Mich., acted us hcsl m a n . Out-of-town quests Included Mr. anil Mrs. Willis Mayfield. of Flint, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Atacrtun find dnuchler of Oklahoma City, Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Jess Al.-ierton snd daughters of Gushing, Okla.i and Mrs. Mabel Morse of Joncs- boro. Following n two-week wedding trip the couple will be at home In Memphis. Mr, find Mrs. Eric O. Shorcy of Dall;t;;, Texas, formerly of Fay- pvjllft, announce the engagement and fipprnnchinif marriage of their {iaufthlcr, Barbara, to Ralph A. Trent/son of Mr. mid Mrs. I. A. Treat of Bis Kliit. Miss Shorcy is .:*!(r j': tho f H y o U c v i l J e Mi«h m'.i - i . i f l ; t (iii'nihcr of tho Order of Hulnhoiv /or Girls. Treat, a 1 senior in ihc LollcKc of A g r i c u l - i lure .it Ihc University, is a mem-1 her »[· Alpha 2cta honorary fni- tcrniiy," Scabbard and Blark Mili- l u r y Society, F;trm House f r a - Icrmiy, ;ind president of the Uni- ·vcrnity SnUiU'C- DIUK-C Club. The! \vedclinn will be an event of early summer. (Phnto by ' W a r d ) . Bonds Speaks On Education In Israel "The Arkansas Coip.ini.ssioner of Education Looks at Edi _-ation in Israel," \vt\s the subject discussed by A. H. Bonds, commissioner of education, »t thp meeting last nicht in Lincoln, of tile Northwest Arkansas Schoolmasters C l u b . Bonds recently visited Israel as one of four educators rcpresentinR Ihc U.S. Department of Stale. At the request of tile KOvcinment of Israel, these men were sent to I study Ihc educational system in PERFECTIONIST PAIR OF PHOTOGENIC PRINTS in Luxurious Celanete Rayon AT RIGHT... Minx Mrni« own mushroom piint; rrd. green or copper on while (round. Si»e« 9 lo IS . $22,50 AT IXfT. . . Minx Mnilrn o»n rotr prim imtnl with nilid; blick «nd while, n«w - I white or lnown ind whils. Si7.ea 7 lo IS .. £17 O Layaway Or Use Your Charge Account- I X C L U S I V E S Wtit Sid* Square in| them wort Mr. and Mrs. E*ri Vois of Sprlngrialc. CucsU included Kaycile Wood- r u f f , Jo Ann Thurinucr, Ailene Thurlnccr, Janet Adams, Sue Dunlcvy, s c o t t i e and Sandy Do/icr, G a i l Cooper, Gail Blossom, Nancy B a r n h i l l , Joan Ulank- cnship, Helen Marie G r a h a m , Judith Gregory, .Julie Perry, Carol [ Codirn, Judy Morriss, Nancy Cox, I Ann V.oss, Ronnie Woodruff, Joe BLssett, Kirhy Penick, George Me- 1 Cfjnnell, C l i n t o n Dcarinc, A l l a n J Hc.Tucharnp, Deryl Hovinga, Ber-! nic Hovinga, Terry Thuringcr, | Guy Brown. I I , Owifihl Morris,! Jr.. John Hcnbest, David Slarie, I Kllis Trumho and Glen Ludwick.! Friendly Circle Meets With Mrs. Veda Rice The Friendly Circle Club met Monday evening at the home o f ; Mrs. Veda Rice with 12 members] present. j Mrs. Charles Banks led the dc- i votional which was followed by i a business meeting. Plans were discussed on nidinfi a f a m i l y whose home recently burned. O f f i - cers for the coming year were elected as follows: Mrs. Hugh Jett, president; Mrs. Clyde fielle, vice- president; Mrs. John Clark, fec- retary and treasurer; Mrs. Bill Shaffer, reporter; Mrs. Harvey Warford, chairman ot Ihc card ano. flower committee. Members voted end i contribution to the ch of Dimes. social hour followed the busi- mcctiliK .inn 1 Mrs. AVarford ivcrt the mystery package. Th next meeting will be ary 21, at the home of Mrs. Hanks. Kitchen Shower Compliments Donna Coleman Miss Donna Coleman, bride-to- be of Bromo Wilson nf camden, Ark., was complimented w i t h a | kitchen 1 ihower Saturday ifter- ' noon, given by Mrs. Garland Mel- j ton n n d her daughter, Miss B e t t y * I Jo Melton, at their homt on lu | Street. [ Mrs. Paul Coleman, mother nf ; the honorce, presided* a i. the table ! which was centered with a pink and while floral arrangement and pink candles. Refreshments of coffee, cake, n u t s and cranberry ice were served to 20 guests. Mrs, George McKinney was ' prize winner in a kifchcn contest, which ^was followed by presentation ot gifts in a large basket dec- " orated in a pink and white color scheme. NOW! STOCK YOUR LINEN CLOSET AND SAVE! SPECIAL PURCHASE! CLOSELY TUFTED . CHENILLE SPREADS SCULPTURED SCROLL BORDER DESIGN! · OUTSTANDING VALUE! · LOTS OF COLORS! · FULL BED SIZE! ·SOFT VELVETY CHENILLE! WHITE EVENT FEATURE! WHITE GOODS FEATURE! PRINTED FLANNELETTE · 36" WIDE! FAST COLOR! · NEW PATTERNS! · YOU'D EXPECT TO PAY MORE! 39 C yd. WOOL-FILLED RAYON SATIN COMFORTERS/ · SOLIDS! · REVERSIBLES! · QUILTED DESIGNS! Rayon Panels 88c.o N«w low. pricel Wash- abl» r a y o n marqyi- settes, neatly finished with 1" hems, 3" bottom herns. 42" wide, standard length. Egg- ihell. NEEDLE 'N' THREAD Broadcloth 49Cyd. Penney's o w n l u x u r y broadcloth that's Sanfor- izedf and mercerized! Exciting patterns in striking color combinations! Hurry HIT VALUES! CANNON TOWELS 44c bath towtl Face Towel 27c Wath Cloth, 2 for. .27e Penney's p r i c e s a r e rockbottom - low! Thick, famous Cannon towels in a host of home- glamour colors--c o m e snap up plenty of these now! You'll save JANUARY FEATURE! WOMEN'S WHITE UNIFORMS · LONG WEARING POPLIN! · POPULAR STYLES! · SIZES 10 TO 44! EXTRA! EXTRA! Handbag Features 1.66 ruil ,x Brand new styles in plastic calf and dressy rayon faille! Some with expensive inside fittings . . . all the newest fashion shapes! Pouches, boxes, shoulder strapsl EXTRA FEATURE! PLASTIC CHAIR SETS · QUILTED CUSHIONS · LOTS OF COLORS SET WHITE GOODS VALUES! NATION-WIDE SHEETS 81"x99" . 81"xl08" 72"xl08" 199 2.23 199 PENCO SHEETS 81"x99" . 81"xl08". 72"xl08" 2.49 2.69 2.49 81" SHEETING Notion-Widt Bltoehtd.79 yd. Ptnco Bliachcd .99 yd EXTRA VALUE! WARM 3-LB. BLANKETS · 75'f RAYON AND 25' WOOL! · NEW SPARKLING COLORS! · BIG 72"x84" SIZE! · RAYON SATIN BOUND! MATTRESS PADS-lull jizc 3.98 STURDY METAL! VENETIAN BLINDS · ALL 64" LONG! · SIZES 23" THROUGH 36" WIDI! · FLEXIBLE STEEL SLATS!

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