Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 2, 1952 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, February 2, 1952
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::iMMiiii!iitiiitmiiniimiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHMiiiiiiiiiii' -in. Married At First Baptist MRS. KATHLEEN DOZIER IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIMllllllllllllllllillllllll-.liiiil.lllllMliliiiillllllllMIMMIIIIIIIIIIlllll Daily Calendar of Events · Tonight . . , . University Commencement, Kiclrl House, 6 Country Club Family Nighl. Clubhouse,' 7 Illinois Club, Highway 71, South Branch, West Fork, 7 Sunday . . . "The Call," Central Methodist Church, 7:31) . Monday . . . Fayettevillc District Nurses, Fergusons, 6:30 ; Hi Si Club, Clubroom, 7 Farminuton Lodge, Farminglon Masonic Hall, 7:30 Stamp Collectors Club, Civic Clubrbom, 7:30 Creative Art Group of AAUW, Civic Clubrooms, 7 : ;jn Wedding Announced Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie E. Lytle--Photo by Pusko Miss Claterbaugh Wed In Evening Church Service Aliss G u l a Mae Clalcrbaugh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. tcrbautfh, was married to J i m i n i c E. Lytlc, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.'A. Lytle of 13alc:;villc. in a single ring Tjcromony performed by the Rev. Roy Fish at the First Baptist Church, Monday evening. Only members of the bride's Family were present. The bride wore a blue silk dress designed w i t h a roll collar and pleated skirt, and accessories of black. Her only ornament was a j strand of pearls, a g i f l from the i bridegroom. She carried a while I "'blc looped w i t h white carnations tied with streamers of satin. i ijccornlions for the altar were IInor baskets of gladioli and fern, placed on either side of an open Bible. Following a short wedding t r i p to Oklahoma, the couple will live in Fayettevillc u n t i l next September, when they will move lu Little Rock where Mr. Lytlc will enter the University School of Medicine. It. and Mrs. Clifford Melton--Photo by Puska Melton-Blair Ceremony Performed At Blair Home The wedding of Virginia Jean Blair to Lt. Clifford B. Melton was solemnized last Saturday al the home of the bride's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Cecil C. Blair on Willow Avenue. Lieutenant Melton is the son of Mrs. John Melton of Fctcahontas. Dr. Walter L. Johnsun performed the double ring ceremony before the fireplace decorated with an arrangement of carna- tiqiis and fern. For the occasion, 1he livig room, library and dining rooms were decorated with white gladioli, carnations, pitted plants and greenery. Traditional wedding music was played by Mrs. Joe Fleming at the piano. The solo, "1 Love Thee," was sung by 'Miss Sylvia FiU- We Can't Drag Yoif Out Here! BUT ... . We'd like to make friends North Side Drug Store 930 N. Colltgt Avc. gerald as was the concluding solo, "The Lord's Prayer." For her wedding, the bride wore a ballerina length gown of pale blue Chanlilly lace over blue satin, and carried a while Bible topped wilh white carnations, soft pink rosebuds and ribbon streamers. Mrs. John James, matron of honor and sister of the bridegroom, was dressed in winter white with gold trim, and carried a bouquet of while carnations and yellow roses, tied wilh yellow ribbon. Charles Kilter of Tulsa, Okla., served the bridegroom as best m a n . An informal reception followed the ceremony. The d i n i n g table was covered with a cloth of I t a l i a n linen cutwork. Silver candelabra with lighted tapers were pjaccd a*, one end and the wedd-ing cake at the other. The cake designed and received from the bride's uncle carried out the theme of the blue uniform of Lieutenant Melton and the blue lace-satin dress of the .bride. Mrs. Franklin M. Rlair served the cake and Miss Betty Smith presided at the punch bowl. Miss lone Miner assisted and Miss Faye Fatten was in charge of the bride's book. The couple left afterward on a wedding trip to Hot Springs, Bauxite and Pocahontas, a f t e r which they will go lo Washington lo visit Mrs. Melton's sister, before Lieutenant Melton reports to Camp Kilmer, N. J., for European assignment. For travel, Mrs. Melton wore a suit of brown check weave with yellow and brown | accessories. i Out of town guests for the wed-! ding were Mrs. Melton and J o h n 1 Lee Melton, mother and brother of \ the bridegroom, liolh of Pocahon- las; Mr, and Mrs. John James of Hoxie; Charles Killer ot Tulsa, Okla. ' Year 'Round Garden Club Has Program On Birds The Year 'Round Garden Club*met with Miss Elizabeth Curry, j .'!41 Worth Willow Avenue, Thursday afternoon. Mrs. B. F, Harper- presided at the business session. Roll call was responded lo b; naming "your favorite bird and why." Mrs. C. B. McCoy 'was appointed historian and Mrs. E. A. Hill was welcomed as a new member. Announcement... Bob Maeder Nf marly with D-X Service Station at 126 North College IS THE NEW LESSEE OF THE ULTRAMODERN Lion Oil Service Station CORNER COLLEGE AND DICKSON Mf. Ma«4«f eaniMllr ullclti Tour continued patronag* and pMiei la ilrlra le itm rou »'«n better In the future. Open Weekderi T a.m. lo 1 e.m.--lundayi 1MO ».m. lo I p.m. I IJCl. " Early this month a day will be R j named f o r members lo gather a n d package flower seeds- in preparation for "Johnny-Flowerseed Day" lo be held in March. A flower show committee will decide on distribution of the seed. Anyone who desires to do so. may pur- chfisc packets of flower seed and add to what has been given, it announced. Commit lee reports were called for and responses were given by Ihe chairmen. The Project Committee discussed a project to consider and report on at the next meeting. The Good Cheer Committee told of fluwers and greetings sent recently. Mrs. M. M. Collier was a puest for the afternoon, as were two Boy Seoul.-:, Klwood Whilchurch and Boh Hudgens. Khvood Rave a comprehensive t a l k on Scout history, the projects and aims Scouts stand tor and their studies. Wayne Hcnbesl, program gue.-:t of the club. Rave an illustrated talk on birds of the Ozarks and nearby slates. Numerous colored slides of birds, photographed in their n a t i v e haunts were shown and the program was concluded with phonograph records of bird notes, as taken by Mr. Hcnbest and Mr. Chapman. A committee was named to rewrite the -Year 'Round Garden Club Constitution and By Laws, bringing same to date as followed by the Federated Garden Clubs of Arkansas. Committee .members are Mrs. Howard Wardlow, Mrs. Price Dickson and Mrrf. Herbert Chandler. Following a social hour and refreshments, the meeting was adjourned to meet in February at the home of Mrs. Olive King. Home Nursing Class Enrolled Al Baldwin Thirteen women have enrolled In Ilic Baldwin Home Nursinc dass, sponsored 'by the local Tied Cross 1o meet rural health problems in home care of the i;ick. Mrs. Kuj?onc A. Tetcr, home mirs- 'inK instructor and disaster nurse, is RlvinR the 12-hnur course. The class which began January 2,1, meets Monday and Wednesday afternoons for two-hour xc.tsions, al the home of Mrs. Henry C. namn. The following -women, nil of Baldwin, a i o members: Mrs, Mack Shofncr, Mrs. K. C. Couch, Mrs. Forrest Kins, Mrs. G. n. Hale, Mrs. Edwin W, Booth, Mrs. nobert W. Iluchcy,- Mrs. Oran Whitehouse, Mrs. M. B, Sexson, Mrs. noberl A. Stanberry, Mrs. Earl R. Taylor, Mrs. II. Tinum, Mrs. S. JI. Wilson, and Mrs. llo.vt Children;. Dinner Party Compliments Brides Elect Mrs. Alfred Hathcock entertained with a dinner parly al her home, complimenting Miss Carolyn IJullcr and Miss Alice 'Paddock their fiances Oliver Whickcrham Gatchcll, Jr. and Tomas Pearson, ,Ir. The honorecs nveived (rifts of china plates Irnm the hostess. Table decorations were ar- lanccments of fresia, sweetheart roses and violets in Dresden bowls and plare cards for the 16 fiuesls, made wilh m i n i a t u r e corsages. Following the .dinner, canasta was played with prizes won by Miss Butler and Al Eason, Jr. Mrs. Greenwood Is Bride Of Roy L. Mencgay Rogers, Ark.-(Spccial)-The Rev. and Mrs. Herbert Gaylorri Markley of thi.-T city, announce the marriage of their danghlcr, Mrs. Natalie Greenwood to Roy L. Menegay of Canton, Ohio. The wedding ceremony was performed in the First Presbyterian Church in Kort Smith, at noon, yesterday by the f a t h e r of the bride. The Rev. Billy James Hargis, of Sapulpa, Okla., gave the bride in marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Warren McCullough ot Fort .Smith, were the attendants. Miss Carol Greenwood, d a u g h t e r of the bride, sang the wedding music. , Immediately after the ceremony dinner was held for the entire iridal party at the Goldman Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Mcnegay left 'or Canton, to spend a few weeks Tftcr which they will go to Mexico City to live. Mrs. Mcnegay is widely known I as a talented finger. She was a 'ormer member of Phil Spitalny's i All-Girl choir. Locally Mrs. Man- I cgay wan- a church choir leader ind soloist at public functions. Mr. Menegay is connected w i t h a U. S. government steel p l a n t In Mexico City. Organ Recital To Be Heard At Art Center A program of organ music will ;)c presented Thursday at 8 p.m., n the Concert Hall of the University Art Center, by Corliss Richard Arnold, tinder the sponsorship of thu University music department. Included on the program will be Concerto No. Five by Gcoi-,;e Frederic Handel; Three Schublcr Chorals by Johann Sebastian Bach; Fantasle and Fugue In O Minor by Bach; Sonata on Ihe 9th Psalm by Julius Reubke; two short pieces, Air nnd Onvntle by! Samuel Sebastian Werlty; Deck Thyself, My Soul, With Oladnnss by Johannes Brahms; Wlll-o'-lhc- Air Force Cadet Graduation Is Held Lt. Col. Ray W. Alford, PAS.T at the University, wai the princj- pal speaker at the Air Force Cadet graduation ceremonies Friday n f t - crnoon at the University. The duty of the Air Force o f f i - cer was stressed by Colonel Alforri in his talk. He staled. "Throuxh- nul its history the Air Force of the United State, ha always n u t u r e d patriotism and devotion to the country' The f a i t h f u l performance of .duly is to he valued above all personal advantage or advancement." Following his t a l k . Colonel A l ford presented dee Air Force Cti'del graduate. 1 ! \vitl. tlieir second l i e u t e n a n t bars. Those to receive commissions were: George F. Wood. I I . of Tulsa, W i n f r c d Ha-roll MeLatighlin of Malvern. and ( W a y n e N. Williams of North Little Rock. All throe men are to receive degrees at the University graduation ceremonies today. They arc to be placed on an Air Force reserve status u n t i l a f u t u r e rlati. Present for the ceremonies were members of the newly commissioned officers' " families, Col. Henry Keilson, Maj, Frederick N.! Mosclcy of the United States, Army, and members of the A i r : Force, i n c l u d i n g Maj. W i l l i a n \V. Lcc, Maj. Cyrus B. Vance. Capt. j George Parsons, -Capt. -John J. j Hcnncborgcr, LI. George DHWCS | and M/Sfit. Floyd M. Hardgravc. ! omen's League Reports On Year's Work The Women's Chanty League was entertained yesterday afternoon with a 1 o'clock luncheon by Mrs. Clint Waldcn at her home on South Mountain. Mrs. Sam M c N a i r l was co-hnstcss. There were 20 j members present and Mrs. Irene; Stearncs was received as ft n e w ' member. · I A report of last year's activities j as given by MIT. Gladys Sanders,; secretary, is as follows: The organization made 20 layettes with donations of 10 to 1he County Hospital, six to the City! Hospital ;ind four to the Child ] Welfare department; 12 gowns made /or the Red Cross Loan Closet: Ilcd Cross flags for use in Fayeltevillc, Sprmpdale, Prairie 'Grove'and Lincoln; donations to the March of Dimes fund, the Community Chest. Red Cross.-and to the library at Booneville Sana- tarium. , Committee chairmen appointed i for the year arc Mrs. S. K Whitehead, sewing chairman; Mrs. Dave Collins, layette chairman; Mrs. George Caudle and Mrs. S. P. Seagravcs, hospitality. New officers elected /or the year are Mrs. Farlow Burl, president; Mrs. G. C. Melton, vice president; Mrs. Sanders, secretary; Mrs. Joe Grumpier, treasurer. Executive Board members are Mrs. Melton and Mrs. George McKinney. County Council Meets At Wiggins Church The Washington County Goun- cil of Parents and teachers met yesterday at Wiggins Memorial Church v.Mth Jefferson School as hostess. The meeting was opened with a prayer by the Rev. Arnold Simpson. Fayetteville High School Girls' Chorus rendered three choral numbers under the direction of Mrs. Mitchel. The welcome ad~ FRENCH MOVE ON TUNISIA RIOTING \ Obituary Joseph C. Sroti [ f (offers - (Special) - Joseph C. i firms, fld. veteran of World War i I, difd at his npme Friday morn- 1 in^ a f t e r an calender) illness, Mr, mss was born a I Carlisle, III., d came. \i Holers in 193-1 from i Stut lx.irt. Ark. Survivors arc hi.* ] wife. M i l l i e ; t w o daughters. MUa ' Klsir Bins* "f ftoKcr3, and Mrs. j Irene K o a i k , Odessa, III.; two son?, · W i l l n m Albert of t»s$a and Gil- I ben w i t h f h e A r m y in Japan, ; The f'-:tlii:ion- Porter Funeral in chiirETC nf f u n e r a l ar- rangemrnis which are Incomplete, i Births DISCUSS KEEPING TROOPS IN JAPAt Mr. And Mn. Loyd Multrion Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Masterson of Spnncd;ile announce thr birth : of a son. February 2, at the County . Hospital, ' Mr. and Mrs. Homtr Eugtnt Smith ! Mr. a n d ' Mrs. Homer F.u^enc · Smiili of Springda'c announce the '. b i r t h of a fnn, February f. at Ihfi ! Ktizahelh Hospital in Prairie F«NCM COMMANDOS have been landed at Sousse and srax in 1'unbm ' G r o v e - ,, lo quell, home rul. rioters whose clashes have ^milled In more than i ^ w r o k l r t n'TTvc y deaths. Here young Mohammedan, ire shown n U e m p U n s to cranh I G O V E R N O R SAYS-through police im« in So..*.. llnt erntt i vma t Snun?nn t TM \ CONTIMUFJJ KHOM P A G E I N K In cniry n sun anywhere in the slain. lit: said hn came to Little Bock v o l u n t a r i l y ami t h a t hr h a d n ' t heen subpncrifipd. had rt'tcivcd advance informalinn t h a t H;iwkiiis was angry about be- iriK rjuestioncd by Attorney General Murry. He said when Hawkins was a.iked if he had a gun he said "no." .lacov/ay s.iid the search was perfunctory. H a w k i n s was questioned by M u r r y about a transaction with the Hiehway Department concern- Ing Iho rental of trucks by his fnther-ln-lBW W. M. Treadwell of Morrllton, lo a contractor. dress was given by Mtes Juanita ASSISTANT SECRETARY of the Army Earl D. Jnhnaon (middle) confers at the White House with Prenldent Truman and Army Secretary Frank Pace before leaving for Japan to complete n n agreement for retention ot I). S. troops there after the Japanese peace treaty becomes effective. Assistant Secretary of SLatt for the Far East Dean Rusk goes to Tokyo with Johnson. (International) Party Honors Curry Newport A surprise f;u'uwell party was flivcn in honor of Curry Newport, Thursday from fl:30 to 1 1 p.m., al the home of Keith Brocard on Highway 45. Curry who is a junior at the University Hij;h School is leaving soon to" make his home in Texas, Games wore load by Paula Kronenberg, Darliene Steole, D n l - j las Hale nnd John Artcrburn. Ro- Boston Ainu n tain frcphmcnts nf 'sandwiches, cookies, Krunrt A.ttnrJation in thr near f u t u r e . Mr, nnd Mrs. Otto Wnntuck who have been In St. Lotib', Mo. t w i l l lie met in Springfield, Mo., today by their son. M a j . Louis 13. Wnntuck. They will return here loiiipht or in the m o i n l n K . Major Wnntuck will visit here wilh them before reporting for overseas duly Ciirly in March, Announcements · and Cokes were served the l a t t e r part of the evening. Curry was presented 'a gift from the group. Those attending were Carolyn Stccle, Paula Kronenberg, Donna Weathers, Dnrliene Stccle f Wiindii Speck, Billy Lou Lacy, Bill Flynn, Keith Brocarcl, Lea Arthur Fields, John Artcrburn, Dallas Hale, James Wilson, John Sleelc, Elmer ..,,..,., ,,,,,, *.,^...,j "···--- Bovdc, Donald Hr.un, Billy Barr. Prater, principal of Jefferson | j 3a ' vid chamberlain, Donald Bar- School. Unils represented were Prairie Grove. Ell;ins, Fayettevillc C i t y Council, Fayelteville High School, Lcveretl, Bales, Jefferson and Washington schools of Fayetteville, Springdale City Council, Springdale High School, Central, Jefferson, n. E; Lee, and Washington schools of Springdale. Each unit reported on work accomplished. Brief talks were given by Mrs. F. L: Colvin, district president, ret), Henry Krnnenhprg, Dclmcr Scllc, Gcorce Ferguson, and the honorce, Curry Newport. Mrs. C, Brocard acled as hostess for the event. Personals A meeting of the Boston Mount a i n Resort Association will be held Tuesday al fl p. m., in the Dogwood Dining Room, Mountnin- burg. Washington Lodge One Washington . Lodge One will moot Monday at 7:30 p.m., for work in t h e Fcllowcraft degree. Choose your jeweler before ·boosing jrwclry--Becbc's 30-«* 'Mutu*Ifauna** Two Ctnturiii OM, Miitual Inivrwci Givti You Protection ·gainst tht\ (JnfortsMibU at Sizoablt Savings · This company which U owned by its policyholdeo and operated on mutual principles pioneered by Benjamin Franklin, will be pleased to demonstrate how tavinfi are passed on to thwt' policyholders. Stop in, phone, or write, today. The Hitter Agency "Savings for Preferred Riikl" It E. Phon. ll]» THE BLAIRS, STATIONERS °» Thi Oldtil Offlct Supply Houi. In Arkinui IT'S VALENTINE TIME W* have th* on*s you want, from le to $5.00 Fiyellevilli'i Lirgtit S.l.clion -- Slyltd by Cibian Mrs. Neil Rigfis and son. Davit!, have r e t u r n e d here to their home on Highway 45, caM, from Long Bfarh, Calif., following the Heath and F. S. Root. .J. D. McCartney. I of her hushanrt, John 11. Hices. superintendent at Prairie Grove, . ,, ipokc on "Extra Dividends of j^ Hi)1 . ry Bow( , n ) w , r P C ( .j V -; Teaching." | 0 ,i worr | of 't no ( |,,. a i, ,,( | w s j s _ i New officers for 11)52-5:1 year, j ^^ M r s E | InM v /nmcr of DCS were elected as follow.;: Mrs. W. | M o i n c S i lowa . B u r j a l was at Leon,. !'. Bell, Fayettevillc, p r e s i d e n t ; ; | OW a Mrs. Ray Connvell, Prairie G r o v e , ' i'ire president; Mrs. Ira Simmnnds, treasurer; Mrs. f l a y Davis, Fayettcvillc, ·'errctary, Goshen H.O. Club Gives Pink And Blue Shower A pink and blur shower was Riven Thursday in honor of Mrs. Dor Tlsrlalf! and Mrs. Donald Burt, both of Goshen, by thft Goshen Home Demons! rail on Club. Refreshments of pie, sandwirhrs i day. and coffee wore served to the Si!; - -- fcuoxtx. Games were played a n r l j Set. First Class Robert F.. Pnpr, Capl. nnd Mrs. J. F. I?dnnlson received word yesterday th;il their son, Cpl. John Dnnclson, .Jr.. is I ^n his way home from Korea. ] Corporal DoncUon is ;· j;radiKile | of Ihe Fay cite vilJe High School, j Mr. and Mis. I l r n n a n W i l l i a m son, .Jr., of Shrevcpnrl, La., arrived today lo be the RUC.MS nf M r s . : Williamson's p a r e n t ? , Mr. and Mrs, K a r l Dyess. Mrs. W i l l i a m , r m will ho an a l l e n d a n l in t h e wed- dins of Miss Carolyn Butler, Tucs- prjr.f winners were Mrs. C. Guinn nnd Mrs. Omer Gulnn. Mrs. Fr.'HKT* Bnhe I n f t this innrninff to join her husband, S(tt., Slanloy Bohe al Fort .Sill, Okla. .She plans to t e t u r n in two wpeks. L . j Field A r t i l l e r y Corps, has reported for d u t y w i t h the A r m y HQTC i ! u n i t , it v/as announced today by Col. H c n i y Noilson. I'MS A T, Sor/'rant I'ope w i l l ropl.'ici* W n r i n n l O f f i c e r HodRes In th" Kef) inn. Mod yes n due for r f - ·' . , Chairman of Red Cross home i Wisp by Onirion Bnlcli Nevin; V»- nursing services Is Mrs, Elliabclh rlallons nur un Noel by M«rcrl Woolson. Duprn. H A U M A K K V A L E N T I N E S McROY ft McNAIR Phe. 131 CRAVENS ILDG. A slight Irip or the snarjging of loose-filling clothes on (hit moving bell , . . (ind Joe's inend will bo another f*rm accicUnt slnllslic, no moro. Carclossnoas respects no one; U cripplts . . , il kills. Trtlco a h i n l , Iriond. Whonovor you're working around machinery, bo suro you're salo before you act. MaV« safety a "must" word on yout farm; Ihe liic you save might t* your o»m. Andrews Implement Co. HWAY 71 N; PHONE 211*

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