Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 23, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 23, 1952
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NMTHWIST AIKANSAS fIMB, F«yrtt»virt«, ArfcomM, WwJnwdoy, Jcniwry JJ, IM3 Observe Anniversary Lincoln, (Suecial)-Mr. and Mrs. Billy Parker of Cane Hill, observed their gold-en wedding anniversary at Ihc lionin of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Pyeatlc, Sunday, with 119 guests attending. ' ace- Dibit- Miss Neva Peck Is Bride Of Frank Chastain Miss Neva Fed;, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis U Peck of Grcensburg, Kan., and Frank Chastain. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Chastain of Fayettcvillc, were married January J, at the home of her parents in Grccnsburg. The Rev. Arlon O. Ebright road the vows of the double ring ceremony before an improvised altar find two floor vases of · rose snapdragons. Wedding music v;as played throughout the ceremony by Merlin Peck, brother of the bride. Only atlcndcnls of the couple were Mrs. Harold Poplinger of Kansas City, Mo., and John Chastain, Dodge City. Kan., t w i n sister and t w i n brother of the bride anr i '""-i«*room. '·ride wore a white wf \ length dress with bltic ·: and carried a \vhite lopped by an orchid. The matron of honor wore a beige dress with brown accessories. A reception was held following the wedding with Mrs. Parker, sister of the bride, presiding at the table which was covered with a laee doth and decorated with greenery and pink carnations. Miss Kitty Pock was in charge the guest book. Mr. and Mrs. Chastain are making their home in Dodge City, following a wedding trip. Mrs. Chastain attended the Grccnsburg High School and is employed by the Southwestern Bell Telephone Comnany. The bridegroom attended Fayetlcvillc High School and Business College in Tuls.i. Okla. lie served six years in the Army with two years of combat duty in Italy. He i.s employed with the Conlinontal Bus Company in Dodge City. Out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Chastain and Mr. and Mrs. Travis A. Grubbs and son. Jerry, of Kayctlc- villc, and Mr. and Mrs. W i l l i a m L. Complon and daughter, Carol of Ottawa, Kan. Dinner-Meeting Held By L. 0. A. Class The L. O. A. Class of the First Baptist Church,' taught by Mrs. Estelle Baker, held its January business meeting at Kcrgllion's Cafeteria Monday evening. Mrs. Jack Stewart presided at the meeting and Mrs. Parker Hushing gave the devotional on "Building a Bridge of Peace." A I report by group captains, Mrs. Carl Tune, Mrs. Vcra Head and Mrs. David Feibleman, indicated the membership of the class has increased from tlirce members to '25 during the past year. Arrangements for the dinner were made by the class fellowship chairman, Mrs. Hugh Stub- blcficld. _____ Double Wedding Performed At Rogers Church Rogers, Ark. -(Special)- The marriage of Miss Mablc Benbow and' Burl Eugene Burnett, and that of Miss Dorothy Morrison and Kenneth Oehlelrce was an event of Friday evening, in a double ceremony performed in the Church of Christ, with Mclvin j Vaughan, minister of the church ' officiating. Only the immediate ! members of the families attended the wedding. Mrs. Ochcltrec is the daughter of Mr. and- Mrs. John Morrison of ' Rogers. Mrs. Burnett is the daughter of Mi', and Mrs. Roy Benbow of Garficld, Ark. A wedding 'reception was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Or- villc Ochcllrcc, after which the young couples left for a short honeymoon is Missouri and Oklahoma. Friendly Circle Club Installs Officers The Friendly Circle Clnh met Monday evening with Mrs. Charles Banks with 11 members present. Installation of officers was followed by a miscellaneous shower given for Mrs. Harvey Warford, | past president of Hie class. The j devotional was given by Mrs. John [dark anri roll call was answered by each one giving a money making project for the year. A committee was appointed to revise the by-laws and names were drawn for secret friends. After the business session, games were played and Mrs. Hugh Jctt received the myslcry package. Concluding the meeting, refreshments were served by the hostess. The nc.xt meeting will be valentine party'February ·!, at the home of Mrs. Clark. Keep up with the Umw--ret* thf Times daily. FINAL.MILLINERY CLEARANCE $000 3' $000 00 $1 Formerly Priced To $12.95 Formerly Priced To $7.95 Formerly Priced To $5.95 PRE-INVENTORY Our entire store is bursting with bargains for this annual event. Drastic reductions which include our most famous exclusive labels. BETTER DRESSES Selected groups from outstanding makers - Eisenberg, Jr. Towne, Forever Young, Nel ly Don, Aywon. Reduced 1/3 Special! Small Assortment COATS and SUITS Original Price SPORTSWEAR Dresses, skirts, blouses, jackets, from such names as B o b b i e Brooks, Jr. House, Cherni, Handmacher, Ship W Shore. Savings to 1/2 Lingerie Specials Srna 11 Assortment Heavy RAYON^GOV/NS 2.00 Values to 4.98 Broken Sizes ; Rothmoor Suit, Size 10, Was 89.95 ..... . . . Now 44.97 Youthcraft Suit, Size 9, Was55.00 ....... Now 27.50 | Kingsley Coat, Size 12, Was 39.95 ........ Now 19.98 p Weather-Tamer, Size 16, Was 39.00 ...... Now 19.50 j| \ Nylon and Rayon SLIPS Mostly Dark Colors Reduced to 1/2 -p BASEMENT CLEARANCE VALUES! Home Furnishings Beautiful Rayon Drapes In rich decorator colors. Reg. 10.98 5.98 now 1/2 Price Table Broken assortments of curtains, vanity sets, plastic drapes and curtains, towels, etc. . Alt Wonderful Buys! Ready-to-Wear DRESSES Jerseys and novelty weaves in wools and rayons. Regularly 5.98 now 3.98 Baby Department Broken Asortment SHOES, HOUSE SHOES, T-SHIRTS, SLEEPERS, COAT SWEATERS 1/2 Price Sheet Blankets Soft, Combed Cotton O £-.,. Q *· 'Of O. Slight irregulars of 3 98 value

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