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4 * oue MK5. KATHLEEN DQZiER l l i i l l l l i i i i i i i i i i i i i l i i l i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i m i i i H i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i l l l l i i l i l l l l l l l l l l i i i i i u Daily Calendar of Events Tonight -. . Family Club Pol Luck Supper, f a c i l i t y Club. 0:30 · MozEi't Festival, Art Center Concert Hall, 8 V a u g h n Monroe's U. A. Founders Day Salule. N. B. ('.. 9 Sunday . . . MoZfU-l Festival, Art Center H a l l , B ' Monday . . . Hi Si Club. Clubroom, 7 Delta Kappa Gamimi, Civic Clubrooms, 7:30 · Fai'minston Lodyc, Farmington Masonic Hall, 7:30 Vayellevillc Lortsc "10. Masonic H a i l , 7:30 Stamp Collectors Club, Civic Clubroom, 7:30 Washington Lodge One, Masonic H a l l , 7::(0 _ Wed At Presbyterian Church Miss Coleman, Honor Guest At Bridal Party A parly complimenting Miss ] Donna Coleman, bride elect of i Bromo Wilson, was given Thiirs- i day nisht by Mi.-s Verna Bcrlschy j and" Miss Dorothy Bohlcn at the i of Miss Borlschy on North j Church Street. | Guests who were present in- - cjudcrl Miss Vivian Bertschy. M i w j Mary Evelyn Buns, Miss Ellene ; Morris, Miss Mary Thorpe, Mrs. | Wanda nidr^eway, a n d Mrs. Bour- | don h'odgc.--. Games v.-crc played and guests made m i n i a t u r e brides and bridegrooms, f o r which Miss M a r y Thorpe won a m i n i a t u r e bride's bouquet. Refreshments were served from the dininri 'able which was covered with a lace cloth and decorated w i t h pink and w h i t e chrysanthemums and white candles. Hot chocolate, finger sandwiches, cookies, chocolate mints, and salted nuts were served. Miss Colcman received a gift of crystal from the hostesses. Luncheon-Shower Given At Home Of Mrs. R. M. Smith Mrs. Robert Smith, Mrs. Walter j Gray and Mrs. Charles W i l l i a m s ! were hostesses Wednesday ; i f i e r ; noon :;( :i 1 o'clock luncheon and ; miscellaneous s h o w e r compli- i moiling Miss Donna Colcman. bride-elect of Bronm Wilson, ;it , , . , , - · the home of Mrs. Smith on North f^^^l^'^ n,'^.. ^ College A v e n u e . A yellow color scheme v:as car- ·ierl nut in decorations \vith the table centered by an arrangement of yellow rosebuds on a mirror surrounded by t u l l e . Above the centerpiece h u n s a wedding bcl! and he-art \vhich also WHS adurned \vitli tulle. Frnxcn yellow rosebud ice cream \vas served for the dessert course. There were 14 guests who {it- tended. Walters-Stapleton Vows |U - A - Social News | *+. . ' i i /--'i i x"» ; K n u r f r a t e r n i t i e s and one noror-i Said In Church Ceremony Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Franklin M. Blair --Photo by Puska Miss Betty Jean Alexander Is Bride Of F. M. Blair J n a morn i ng ceremony performed at the Contra! Presbyterian Church, J a n u a r y 1, Miss "Bcllv Jean Alexander, d a u g h t e r of Mr. anil Mrs. Allie S. Alexander uf Rhca C o m m u n i t y , became the bride of K r a n k l i n M n r - 'lin Blair, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil C. Blair, 610 North W i l l n w Avenue. The double rins rcrvirc \\*a." performed by the Rev. Ed- altar "e an made of spun sugar and attired in the traditional satin gown and veil. Mri. John Stamps served the cake and Mrs. Charles M. Little presided at the punch- bowl. Out of town guests were .lames M a r t i n of San Antonio; Mr, and Mrs. Ren David and Mrs. M a r t h a Alexander, all of Lincoln: Fred David nf Fort Smith; Mr. and Mrs. Kcttron Taddis and f a m i l y of Prairip Grove. ward Brubakcr befor decorated w i t h pink cladioli and fern and candles. Mrs. Gladys Sonncman played * program of wedding music which included the t r a d i t i o n a l wedding" marches and Miss Pauline Curt- sinser of Mansjrum, Okla., sane; "Always." Candles were lighted by Mi.-s Jean Alexander who was also in charge of the bride's book. | The bride chose for her wedding j At r. 1 .A. n hluc-ercy satin dress of street j length designed with lace insert. A Rood attendance was reported at the neck. Her only o r n a m e n t was j f n r (j le n , c ctinj? and spaghetti strand of pearls. She carried a i supper given by the Levcretl. ' ' ' ' : " " ' K n u r f r a t c r n i t i r s and one sorority on ihe U n l v r r s l l y campus have elected officer* for the spring j semester. ! Sally H u t h Mcdrepni'. Shrrill. new president nf PI firta Phi sorofity. Other officers (if the sorority are: Ida fly land. Dyrrs- h u r c . Tonn., vicr p r e s i d r n t ; M a r y Jalie W a t k m s , Spnnjfdale, cnrrr.s- prmdiMs secretary; Kve Dillcy. Pine B l u f f , icrordlny .secretary; l.orna Stokenburv, FayeUeville, treasurer: M a r i h n Beverly, S t u t t - ffsrt. pledsr supervisor; Mary 1-ou Thoinn.":, Present t. rush c;iptnm: Carolyn Bryan. Tulsa. Okla.. historian. Jeanne Ford, Shcrrill. house m a n a g e r : Carolyn Scot I, L i t t l e flock, scholarship c h a i r m a n ; B a r - j bara M n r l r y . Wrsl Memphis, .)- ·, r i a l r h a i r m a n . a n d Alice H u m p h - : rics. L i t t l e Rock, and J a c k i e Push.; P o r t l a n d , censors. i I .a in beta Chi A l p h a o f f i c e r s ; | Rodney R a k e r , Harrison, presi- d e n t ; Richard R;ilte. r,nl\ oston.j Texas, vicr president; F r a n k , Backs trom. Harri^rm. secretary; 1 Von Freeman, ' O x a r k a n a , treasurer: J e f f .lohnson. Fort Smith, rush c h a i r m a n : Davis Brady. Pi-odor, social c h a i r m a n ; Gcorce KUefsnn. Fort Smith, pledge i r a i n e r ; B u c k , Morgan, S t v i t t R a r t . house manavr- IT; Frank Bnmner, M a r k e d Tree, r i t u a l i s t . Phi ll£ T h M a : S«m RnyiT, Tuckcrman, president; Grec N«-w- (.-II. Muskoper, secretary; Ben Dfldiicll, l.iltlc Hock, treasurer; Sam Ponix. Newport, pledge m n s t e r ; D i b r v l t D u V a l , For! S m i t h , } house " m a n a g e r ; John McLain Newport, reporter; Bob Altcbery Lit l i e Hock, a l u m n i pe.u clary Victor Ferrari, Foil Smith, warden. , - Bob i Studio o( lhoi| . . , , of Mr. and l\irs. Pelc Wallers of Brancli. A r k . Thn wedding ' MIM Alien Ann Paddock ! Mr, and Mr?. Hu.s.sell Ciurncy Pmldnrk ;innounr« thr cnnsrmpnt of Sigma A l p h a Epsilon: Tommy' d a i i K h l e r . Alice A n n , tn Charles Thomas Vearson, Jr.. .inn of i Thompson, Tyronxa. president;! Charles Tlinmas Prarsnn and t h e late Mrs. Dons Pearson. Miss P*ar- of 2 i s North Sc-l.o..l Street announce , L a r r y H o R uc. Von Smith, vice' m , W H S c ,, l[lu;iU ,d , rnn , UK , Colics,- of Business Administration of Mary 1.0,,. to Pf^Bobc.t W.He,,, son p ,. psj ^ nl . ,,,,,,, A| , c ,, : ^ S m i l h , ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^^ ^ an event of December 2li. at the St. Anthony's Catholic Church in R a l c l i f f , Ark. The bridcsroom is a i-raduatc of the University and is now Miilitincd :il C h a n u l e Field, I I I . The bride resides w i t h her parents and is a'acndiuc t h e Fayctlovillc Business College. Model Plane Club Names Officers At Canterbury Club Has Buffet Supper m e e t i n g held Thursday cvejiinK ·'! Ihc Boy's C l u h on South College, the Ga.-ihoppers. model p l a n e rhib. was organizer! and officer? elected. Those elected a n d t h e i r off Braden Club Announces New Officers The Canterbury Club met "Wednesday evening at the home of j Dean and Mrs. John S h o e m a k e r ' for a buffet supper anri /business session. I Reports were given at' this t i m e nn the Providence Conclave of the Canterbury Club, which was held during the Christmas holidays at New officers for the Hraricn Hume Demonstration Cluh were ,i, . - a n n o u n c e d Thursday at IhcTiicct- Hen Stt'cil. p i o s i d c n t ; B i l l inq held at lite home of Mrs. J. C. Y n u n k i n , Irciisurc-i-, Sidney M i l l e r , ;C;ilbrc!ith. secreliiry. I Those elected and t h e i r o f f i c e s C h a r i e r members of the r l u b ' are Mrs. Cilbrealh, president; Mrs. are Ben Swell. M a r t i n A r n m . ' . l n o W a l k e r , vice president; Mrs. I l c n r v Kroncnbcrg. Bill Younkin.'i U.iyd McConndl, secretary and treasurer; M r s . Paul McKim, i member of executive committee. . j Committee c h a i r m e n were an- 11 was voted In meet each Tucs- ! nounccd by t h e president as Mrs. d a v at 7:3(1 p.m.. in the Boy's C l u b i Dclmar Collins, parliamentarian ' . Warr'en nouse. .loe McGcc. Sidney M i l l e r , Ray Oil noun and Ros Busby. K secretary; .Mm Gray, Litt l e Rock, corresponding secretary; Tom Gray, Fort Smith, treasurer; H i r a m Cooper, Hot Springs, rush c h a i r m a n ; Stanley Gray, L i t t l e Rock, pledge t r a i n e r ; John Watts, CamcJcn, house manaffcr. Sigma C h i : Mob N e w e l l , Js'cw- porl. president; .Jim Henry, BlythQville, vice president; Tom Baker, Yynnc, recording secretary; Leonard Hampson, Lockcs- burg, corresponding secretary; Malcolm Giavcs. F.I Dorado, rush c h a i r m a n ; .lirn Buckley, C.urdon. pledge master; Max M c G i n n i s , Rondo, assistant pledge master; Doh Frills. Kayettevillc, house m a n a g e r ; .lirn Collier, Pine B l u f f , hislorian; Tommy Coker, Slull- R S i t , inlermural manaxcr; W a l t e r Niniocks, Forrest City, I n l c r f r a i n r n i t v Council representative.; Gene Melville, l-itUe Rock, Stew ard; Bob Fike, Sheridan, leader Jim in .lunc, lfl.^1. She is a member of Phi Gamma Mu, professional business sorority and of Hie Chi Omega Sorority, Mr. Tearron w i l l be j t i n r l u u t e c t from the School of Law at the University next June. He i- n memberjif Phi Eta Sicma, Alpha Kappa Psi, Delia Them I'hl and Ki;ma Chi f i a i e : n i l i e s . Personals Kelver Howoll, Malvcrn. har hcen named editor of the Arkansas Law lievicw. qi.mrkjly publication of t h e U n i v e r s i t y School (if Law :ind tin 1 A r k a n s a s Bar Aso- ciafion. R n w e l l if. a senior in Ihc School of Law. I l r succeeds Hoy m a y . ,lr., Darrlancllc, w h o scrveil as editor the past ;,e,nc.stcr. Norman. Okla. Those reporting on j ;'·' event were Bryant and Gregg Allen. Suzanne . The couple is residing ai Route one, Elkin-r, where Mr. Blair is manager of the Round M o u n t a i n Poultrv Farm. Dr. R. K. Bent ! Discusses Hobbies Mrs. Greer Hostess To Fidel is Members The Fidclis Sunday Schcol of the First Baptist Church Thursday at the homo of R i c h a r d Greer for a luncheon at noon. Fourteen members attended. Mrs. Lela Cole gave Ihe devotional and a business meeting was held. Mrs. Dick Pratt is president of tlic class and Mrs. W. E. Gould is teacher. ihal there '-would he no a ^ e i M r s . J. R. Thies, historian: Mrs. limit for membership. Parci-ts aiV Neil B. Inscls, reporter; Mrs. Joe al.Mi welcome lo a t t e n d the meet-I W a l k e r , membership and expan- j,, g . sion; Mrs. L. M. McGoo.Hwin, pro- Pmposps set f o r t h by Ihe c l u b ; warn: Mrs. C. J. Brnee'i-d Mrs. included better f a c i l i t i e s , f r i e n d l y Hobcrl Bone and -Mrs. W i l l Carm e d i u m of competition a m n n c ·.'". cluh project; Mrs No»h K. modcle.s, a,d a n d e n c o n r a c e m e n t : Terry, f a i r entry; Mrs. Roy G u m n , . l o modelers, especially lo the j secret fncml. class. younfier ones, promotion of i n t e r - i Those appointed lo the telephone mcl cr.t in model b u i l d i n g m the com-i committee arc Mrs. Billic Poorc, M r s . ' n i i i n i t y . !r,lrs. K a r l e Shook Boys who a n sort of modehnu arc .ioin the group ;H the ing. ^Vhnt is te!ie\cd to be the l a r p ^ est fores! fire in America occurred Joe B. Grebe has returned homo' in IB25 in M a i n e and New Brim; . from the Elizabeth Prairie Grove. lurncd home » "«23 '" -TM'"e a "« · N L U " ' " " ' : m n n a n e m c n l ' Mr H w p i l a l 1,,'U-lrk. It burned nvcr three million " Kcmon .^. ceedecl Leon Brunk, Slloam Springs, as president of the Associated Students at the University. Brunk, who is a candidate for n rcffrce nl. the mid-term commencement February 2, resigned as heart of Ihc student Rovcrn- menl t h i s week at a meeting of the Student Senate. Wallace, a f i r s t year law student, has been vice president of the students. He is n member of Omieron Delta Kappa, national honorary orflnni- y.ation. and Pi Kappa Alpha social l l v , - f r a t e r n i t y . u n i t e d t ' n i e r s »rc Mrs. J. n. Crocker, home The University chapter of Blue next m c e t - i R r n c i n d s ; Mrs. A. Dyer, recreation K e y , , national honor f r a t e r n i t y ind f a m i l y life; M r s . W. H. for campus leaders, has elected, Pryor. h e a l t h ; Mrs. Connell J. Pete Kemp, T r u m a n n , president j Brown, foods; Mrs. Boyd Shafer, I for thc^coming semester. | t-lothiiiR and hftusc f u r n i s h i n g s ; ! Other new officers a r c ; NaL Mrs. Frank B. Whealley, h o m e ' n i c h m o n d , Fort Smith, vice prcsi Jim I-'.rncrv. Lillle Hock. h;is been chosen president of A l p h a C h l | SiRjiiii, profcs.unnal chemislry at the University. Tnm ik'aslcy. A u - cur.ta. is ti-oiisun-r; .l"hn Hm.-irl, tong Mouticello, secretary; Boh Hraston, j Cotter, master of ceremonies, and Wallace, Searcy, has sin-|V. C. Colcmun. 1'iiic B l u f f , re- Mrs. . , interested in any | win and Mr,-. Homer Davis. Lead- porter. Mr. and M r s . (icorec F. Kinncy and Mr. and Mrs. Bob [ McKiiiney r c t n r n c d yesterday from a t l c n d i n s the ARcnt's i;o)i- fcrence or the Unnbmnan's Mut u a l Casually Company 'l-cltl 'ill the Adolphus Hotel in. Dallas, Texas. 'arrrs and cost IfiO lives. while J3ible topped with a ro.-:c- bud and carnation bouquet. Her accessories were of navy and white. Mrs. Wclrion'- Husscll of Kansas C i t y . Mo., sister of the bride, was matron of honor. She wore a tires-of pink hammered latin w i t h white and navy acccsiojics. and carried i hnuquel of white carnations. T.dsel Kiscr of A l f . Ark., served the Lridegroom as best niHii and ushers were Jack W. Hall and John Blair. Following Ihe wcrtdinE a reception was held in the Social Room »t the church. The table was centered w i t h a floral arrangement with the woclcliiiR cal-.e placed at one end of the table. The cake, sent by the bridegroom's uncle, James Martin of San Antonio, Texas, was heart shape and topped with a lifelike replica of the bride .. .- "· School P.T.A. in the school cafeteria Thursday cvcninK. Mrs. G. C. Rowley was in charge of a h a n d i c r a f t disp'.ay, which ranged from rabbit trcps to v.-eav- inp, work of children and parents. Dr. H. K. Bent, president i of the Faycttevillc High School! P.T.A., save a t a l k on hobbies and exhibited some of his work. In his t a l k , he Rave 10 t h o u g h t s to consider in p l a n n i n g a hobby which included creation, challenge, satisfaction, ri.fcty, cost, education, relaxation, simplification and versatility. Mrs. H. P. Jenkins, president, reported an increase of 22 pel- cent in tlie i;everett membership. Junior Assembly Members Give Mid-Winter Formal / I T 4- H A f rVL Lei Us Assist You WE H A V E AN ADDING AND F I G U R I N G MACHINE FOR EVERY TYPE BUSINESS also S T A N D A R D AND ELECTRIC TYPEWRITERS We ronjiir t y p r w r i l r r s nf nil inakrs. I'rompl mill r r l l n l i l f u n r v l c c . Write, or phoni- for » tree trial In ymir iiwn offlri-. Nn n b l l K n t l o n ^4 yr«r^ in the T y p e w r i t e r and Aildlnx M«- ehlnc rtusiners. ·imli or IM UtH»rw»« 0. B. WILLIAMSON AND CO., Inc. 1J3 W. Mountain Phon« Z47I FAYETTEV1LLE, ABK. 4-H Banquet The Harmon 4-H Cluh met Wednesday at the clubhouse witli Ihc meeting called to order by n.-mny McCnmey. president. The minutes were read by I-mda Kinion. secretary, followed by i/ioup sinciliR !cd by Lynda Roles.; song captain. Each of the 1R members who were pre.-eni. received a -1-11 c a l - 1 endar for the new year. Mrs. Raker, assistant Home Demonstration agent gave a demonstration , on how. to put a pattern on ma- I terial. and .1. D. Ford, assistant! county agent, demonstrated how | to care for a tractor and discu.--s-1 eel p l a n t i n g of pine seedlings. | Thursday evening, several members of the club attended the 4-H Achievement Manque! held at the Legion l l u l i n K a y e t t e v i l l c . I n v i - latlons depended upon completions of n 4-11 project anrl submission of n complete report,of the work. Virfiil Kamsey, home industries. Reports on the a n n u a l County School nf Instruction were civcn by Mrs. Ramsey, Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Collins, Mrs. Ingcis anrl Mrs. G i l b r c a t h . The devotional was Riven by Mrs. T. O. Spicer nnrl refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Ingcl.-,. Luncheon Compliments Mrs. J. H. Kochevar Mrs. GCOI'RO Applcby and Mrs. .Joe M i t c h e l l entertained Thursday ,-iflcrnoon at I h c home nf Mrs. Applcby w i t h a bridge luncheon at 1 o'clock, complimenting Mrs. John H. Kochevar who is leaving .soon for Japan. '"I dent; Walter Nimocks, Forrest j Cily, .secretary; Buddy Sutton, Hope, treasurer; and Tom W i l k i n - J son. Forrest City, a l u m n i sccrc-j lary. { Carter Short, associate director of t h f . University's Division of General Extension, was elected f a c u l t y advisor to succeed Or. John Clark Jordan. The latter, an emeritus professor of English at the University, will h-ave Kay- etlcville shortly lo become public relations director of the national j fraternity, Lambda Chi A l p h a . I HAVE YOU HEARD! We serve the finest Home-made Hot Tamales We also havt them for you lo take out by th« hoU-doion or doien. 60c Per Doz. DELUXE EAT SHOP 306 W. Dicfcton. Phon« 145 Two Ctnturiis Old, Mutual Inswranci Givts Y«u Prottction againtt tht UdfortsttabU at SiztabU Savinfi · This company which U owntri by its policyholdera ond operated on mutual principles pioneered by Benjamin Frnnklin, will b 'plrdsed to demonstrate how savinfj *tt passed on to these policyholders. Stop in, phone, or " write, today. The Hitter Agency "Sovinsi for Frtf«rr»d «ill»" 16 E. Ctnl«r Phon« 1MI TH^ BLAIRS, STATIONERS °» Tl » *""'· j Th« Old«it Oi!ic« Supply Houw in Norlhwtt! ArktniM IT'S VALENTINE TIME W« h a v t - t h B ones you want, from 1c »o $5.00 F«y«litvilli'« Liirgeii SelWiion -- Slyled by Gibion Announcements ! Modern Ulcniturr Cluh I Thn Modern Literature Club, will incol Tucvlay at 3 p.m.. v.-ith ! 1 Mrs. David Ouscy. 022 Park Avonuc. DrlU Kapiia (iummM j l)clt;i K a p p a Clamm.'i will moot ; at 7:.'U) p.m., M o n d a y in Ihc Civic | i Clubrnnms. Full Gospel Tabernarlr The H e x . Den Montgomery u t l l r heyin a , c u \ . i l at the K u l l Gospel I Tabernacle tomorrow n i f i h t al 7:,10' o'clotk. 1 M'ashlnslon l.m'tf Onf W;i?hing1on l.otlte (')ne w i l l meet M n n r l a y at 7:,'JO p.m , in Ihe Masonic Hall for work in the M n ? - tcrx decree. Hefreshmenls v.'ill he Members nf .Junior Assembly had t h e i r mid-winler (uriii.'il Thiiisd.-iy evening at the Kellf-r Studio nf Danci m.ilely in nltcndnnco. Hosts . lluval. Chris Wra} 1 , F r a n k Sharp anrl Di.-iMiatic.:, w i t h ;i])|in and hitslcsscs w c i e Kloan ,'iitd J o h n n y Dor m a n . v ill) ilant! C n l l i r r . (.'arl Cnto, .Inyrc W i i n r u . ;u\t\ Hdi-cuKiry I ' j i l i K 1 ! ; . i t t l f l O ITIinrl Oi l^fi \VOrK. i J i i l l t : v ^ n u n ' i , ^ . M I "-mi., ·'·',".·. · - - · · - "·rVfolowim; member.- accom-! Mother's lionrd was in charge, of .efreshments. I'ri/.e w . n n e i s for tlir ·nVhV Mr and Mrs I H fox trot were Anna K a l h e f m e Gamble and J o h n n y hoc-lies,ir WUhelm attended Ihe b a n q u e t ; | fiosemnry Patrick and David Cooley w m n e r , for the wall/.. Decora- I m r i a K l n i o n I inrla Slnrv. Jean ! lions were blue nnrl wh.te M r p m o r s and hahy r h r y s a n t h c m u m s . cm n,vi, ronnio Wilenx ' James! Ihe n o c o r a l i n e e o m m t l t e p v;cw M a r i l y n J n h m o n . B a r b a r a l i a n n a h , an^d Jimmy Wilhclm I Hetty Sue nio'som and A n n a K a t h c r m e G^mbU-.-l'usk, TI.MESKOTa Trl Delta .Mothrrn (^lili The Tri Ocll.i Mothcr C l u b w i l l mcel Tucsriay at 1 ;i.m., in Ihe W a s h i n K i o n i l n l e l . F.lklnx Srhnol I'. T. A. K l k m s Krhnol P. T. A. will meet Mrmrlay nishl it I ,)'rl(Kk at the schnnl. United Evangelistic Mission FOR FAYETTEVILLE AND ALL OF ARKANSAS Dr. Virgil Morrit, Pettier Firtt Mtthod'«t Church, Al«»oodrio, louijinna H«or Dr. Morrit toch evening from January 20 through Friday, Jan. 25 Rev. Edward Dunlop, Pnttor Firil Muh.idlit Church, Menu, Arkanial Hear Rev. Dunlap at tK« Youth Rally Saturday, January 19 at 7:30 P.M. Central Methodist Church

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