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MO«THWHf AJKANSAS TIMIf, F.ytttovrlb, ArfcwMOT. Sotorfey, Mfwry ·, ; t«S IHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIHailMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIItHIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIII Candlelight Service Held · Daily Calendar of Events · Tonight . . . Valentine'Dinner-Dance, Country. Club, 7:30 Sunday . . . Piano Recital, Robert Smith, Art Center, 4:00 Monday . . . B. P. W. C., Ferguson's, 6:30 Hi Si Club, Clubroom, 7:00 Northwest District Explorer Scouts Open House, UA Military Arts Department, 7:30 Washington Lodge One, Masonic Hail, 7:30 Peabody Parent-Teachers Club, Peabody Hall, 7:30 Ceremony Performed Here Mr. and Mrs. William Bert Lines-(Puska) TIMESFOTO Joan Futrall Donaldson Weds William Bert Lines Miss Joan Futrall Donaldson, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Joy Kenneth Donaldson of Little Rock, became the bride of William Bert Lines, son of Mr. and Mrs."Hobert I. Lines of Lewisville, Ark., in a ceremony performed Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The double ring ceremony was performed in 'the homo of. the bride's grandmother, Mrs. John Clinton Futrall, at 226 North College Avenue, by the Rev. J. Robert Moffclt, .pastor of the First Christian Church. The bride, given in marriage by j .her father, wore a pastel blue and faint rose plaid suit and navy ac.. cessorieE. Her flowers were a corsage of gardenias. Miss Judy Abraham of Batcs- ville, was the bride's only attend- ant and Lewis Magrlider of Fort Smith, served the bridegroom as best man. Just A Few Words! We Mean it! Visit Our Store Once, You'll Come Again North Side Drug Store 930 N. College Ave. Immediately following the cere mony, a reception was held at th home. The table was covered wil a point d'venise cloth and held th tiered wedding cake and silvi bowl of punch. The dining roor was decorated with white carna lions and white stock. Miss An Wiggans of Fayettcville and Mis Jano Pitman of Little Rock prosit' ed at the table, and Mrs. Georg L. Byroade was in charge of th bride's book. After the reception, the.coup] left for Edwards, Calif., wher they will make their home for th present. Out of town guesls were Dr. an Mrs. Bowling B. Slough of Ho Springs. Mrs. Lines, granddaughter the late Dr. J. C, Futrall, U/ president, graduated in journalisn from the University in June 1951. She-was a member of Ch Omega Sorority. Mr. Liles graduated from th University in February, 1952, i geology, and was a member c Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. Jo Ann Kelly Complimented At Bridal Shower Jo Ann Kelly, bride elect o Visit Tansacha, was honored will a miscellaneous bridal shower Ihc home of Mrs. R. A. Greathouse, Wednesday night. Co- hostess'was Mrs. W. B. Johnson. The Valentine motif was carricc out in decorations. The cake served to the 16 guests,-was iccc with the names, Jo Ann and Visit and the table on which the gifts were placed was in red, adorned with ribbon and hearts. '/GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 64c ' Holland Bros. Locker Plant THE BLAIRS, STATIONERS °- * The Oldest Office Supply Houie in Northwest Arkansas IT'S VALENTINE TIME W* hov« the ones you want, from lc to $5.0* each -- Fly«tt«Tillf'i L»g«st Selection -- Styled by Gibson *»» DANCE TONIGHT JPRINGDALE LEGION HUT 9 to 12 p.m. Adm.: 75c person BOB BECKER and his ARIZONA TRAILHANDS Hevd Over KBRS: Mondtr thru Frldly, 1:01-1:20 ·itunUy. 11:45-11:11 Mrs. Oliver W. Gatchell, Jr.-(Pholo by Puska) Miss Butler Is Bride Of OliverW. Gatchell, Jr. In a ^ceremony last Tuesday evening at the First Presbyterian Church Miss Carolyn Butler, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. James W. Butler, Jr., became the bride of Oliver Wickerham Gatchell, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Gatchell, Sr., of Lamar, Mo. The bride's father officiated in the single ring ceremony before an altar decorated wood- wardia fern, huckleberry greens, baskets of white gladioli and 1 smaller arrangements of fern Pews in the center aisle of th church were marked with bou quets of gladioli and fern tic with while satin bows.-Miss Mil dred- Gregg, organist, played nup tial music before the ceremony I'sing "O Perfect Love," "Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring," by Bad "Clair dc. Lune" by Debussy "I.iebestranm" by Liszt, "lc: Lieber Dich" by Grlcg. Durini the ceremony, "The Lord's Prayer 1 by Malotte, was played. The bride, given in marriage b her grandfather, J. \V. Butler, Sr of Houston, Texas, wore an ivorj satin gown with fitted bodice an shirred satin insets at the V-neck line and on the sleeves. The yoki and sleeves were edged will shirred lace cncrusled with seec pearls, and the full skirt ended ii a long train. Her short bridal vei was fashioned of illusion with a mantilla of laco which had been worn by her mother and sister a their wcdd-ings. Her only ornament was a double strand pearls. She carried a shower bouquet of white hyacinths, centered with a white orchid. Bridesmaids were Miss Janice Butler, younger sister of the bride Mrs. John Oatchell, and Mrs. Herman Williamson, Jr. Mrs. John S. Toney, Jr., attended her sister as matron of honor. All four attendants were gowned in white net over taffeta, with a stole of white net, and wore small white :affeta hats trmmed in red roses and net. Their bouquets were of red roses and ribbon in spray erect. John Gatehell served as best man for his brother. Ushers, fra- .ernity brothers of the bridegroom, were Charles Hickman, Russell Francis, Lee Voder, George Nicholas, Bob Shinn, Charles Napoli, Emil Miskovski and Wayne Myers. For her daughter's wedding the bride's mother wore a American Beauty satin ivith a matching sma he absence of 'the bridegroom's nolher who with her husband is n Athens, Greece, Mrs. Alcxan- ler Green, housemother at the Sigma Phi Epsilon house was a pccial guest. Mrs. Green wore a ose crcpc gown and net coronet f the same shade. A reception was held immediately following in the church eccption rooms. A.n arrangement f white gladioli was used on the jride's table, which was covered ilh a cloth having been used by ivc brides in the Butler family. The five-tiered wedding cake was oppcd with an arrangement of vhitc flowers and fern. In the ro- civing line were the bride's par- nts, the bride and bridegroom, nd the four bridal altendants. Miss Caroline Halhcock prcsid- d at Iho punch bowl and Miss iincl Dickman cut the wedding ake. Miss Sally Ingles was in barge of the bride's book. Arsistinj* at the reception were! Trs. Mril Caslilnn. Mrs. Herbert j 'homas, Mrs. A l f r e d Ilnlhcock, Irs. O. II. Gamble, Mrs, Van ! owell, Mrs. F. N. Gordon, Mrs.! rcston Woodruff, Mm.-Joe Bates,! Irs, Harry Shull/, Mrs. J. Robert oslon, Mrs. Karl Dyess, Mrs. nek Hyland, Mrs. M n u p i n Cum- · lings, Mrs. Fenncr Slice, and irs. A r t h u r Brown'. For her wedding trip, Mrs, Gat- icll chose n soil red gabardine lit, with a black straw hat and lock accessories, Her corsage RR the white orchid from h e r . ridal bouquet. A f l o r a wrck'r. Ip the couple will be at homt In gown of n and net ill Wi. In Wilmington, Del., where Mr. Gat- cliell will be connected with the duPont Company. Mr. Galchell received the Master of Science degree in civil engineering and Mrs. Gatchell received the Bachelor of Science degree in education from the University last Saturday. Mrs. Gatchell is a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority and Mr. Gatchell is affiliated with Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. Out of town guests for the wedding were Dr. D. C. Butler of Commerce, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thorpe of Lamar, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hobson of Forl Smilh. Terry Village Nursery Elects New Officers The Terry Village Nursery School Organization met Thursday night for the regular monthly meeting. The were elected: following officers G.F.W. Clubs To Register For Civil Defense Plans for an action program to register members of the General Federation of Women's Clubs for volunteer civil defense July were approved by the Executive Committee of the organization at a meeting in Washington on Fcbru- i nry 4, according to Mrs. Hiram ; Houfihton, GFWC president. J Miss Alma Preinkcrt, College Park, Md., chairman of the National Defense Department of the General Federation, will be in charge of the program. Nolifica- , tion of the plans for registration ! will be sent-soon to presidents o f : the 35,000 clubs in the or«anlza- j tion by Miss Prcinkert. Local reg- t istration plans w.ill be developed in cooperation with .local civil defense offices. They will be geared to f i t the local women registrants into the civil defense services, according to their capabilities and where the need exists for their competent help, defense services, according to their capabilities and where the need exists lor their competent help. Foley-Morris Engagement Told Mr. ad Mrs. Clove Foley, Lin- Wedding Announced coin, announce the ongagemen and approaching marriage of theii daughter, Marietta, to B. R. Morris of Seneca, Mo. The wedding will' be am event of next Thursday, in the Presbyterian Church at Lincoln. Miss Foley graduated from the University in June of 1951, nnr since that time has been employed as assistant Home Demonstration agent in Bcnton County Mr. Morris received'his decree in civil engineering from the University last Saturday. Mrs. Wilburn Ptak Complimented With Bridal Shower Mrs. Wilburn Ptak, the former Miss Doris Ann Karsten, was complimented with a miscellaneous jridal shower, Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Frank O'Don- neli. Co-hostess was Mrs. Jack Smitherman., . The honorce was the recipient of many gifts. These were presented from a table on which was placed a mock bridal cake topped with . a miniatoure bride ,,. and groom. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce K. Braswel Braswell-Nichols Ceremony Held In Eureka Springs In a ceremony performed AI Hazclwood, president; Mrs. A dessert course was served arid Jaunita Fairchiki, vice president.;. individual favors of white urn- Mrs. Halph T. Eubanks, secretary; Mrs. J. H. Jonte, treasurer. The Advisory Council is composcrl of Howard Young, r h n f r m a n ; Mrs. J. G. Jones, Mrs. Bruce L, Landers and Willis L. Roberts, members of the council. Refreshments fur the meeting were served to the 18 members present by. Mrs. Ruth Atherton, Mrs. Jack Connell, Mrs. Jean Rlaekwood, Baker. and Mrs. Virginia Air Force ROTC Class Hears Lt Col. Ewbank Lt. Col. William L. Ewbank de- ivcrcd a briefing on "Air Technical Intelligence" to the senior Air Force HOTC class at the University yesterday. Lt. Col. Ray W. Alford, PAST at the University introduced the speaker to the Air Force Cadets. The importance of "the Air Technical Intelligence Center was stressed by Colonel Alford. Colonel Ewbank is on a tour of Air Force ROTC units and Is stationed at Wright-Patterson Air Torce Base, Dayton, Ohio. This is the first of. a series of ccturcs to acquaint Air Force Cadets with the different departments of the Air Force. brellas were given .each guest. Various floral arrangements were used throughout the house for decoration. 'Smith Piano Recital To Be Heard Tomorrow A recently dkc^vcrcd no~ 1 i"" 1 '? by Chopin will be one of the compositions in a group of French music played by Robert H. Smith University piano inslruclor, in f nubile recital at 4 p. m. Sunday TI--,, v / ju h n no admisison charge for the recital. ..u'. ..-.miln also will play three Mazurkas and the celebrated A flat Polonnaise by Chopin. Other compositions in a group of French music will include .three lyric Romances without words by Mil- hand and two laic works by Poulenc, Pastorale and Toccata. The recital 'will open with a seldom performed work, Sonata ii by Thomas Arnc, who is known main'y as a writer early English choral music. Six Bagatelles, Op. 113, among Bcelhoven's last works for piano, are programmed. The Sonata in G minor by Schumann, notable Tor its tempo markings, will complete the first half of the program. ruary 1, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Miss L a u r e l - A n n Nichols daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight O. Nichols of Eureka Springs, became the bride of Bruce K. Braswell, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. O. Klulc Braswcll of Bcrryville. The double ring ceremony \ read by Ihc minister, the Hcv. Robert Hall. In St. .lames Episcopal Church In Eureka Springs. The church was decorated with baskets of white tulips, snapdragons, sweet peas and gladioli against a background of smilnx Intertwined through Ihc arch of Ihc rood screen which overhangs Ihc steps leading from the main body of thu church Into the chapel. Mrs. M. E. Fribcrg o f ' Ucrry- ville, played ,1 program of tra- dillonal nuptial music and accompanied Lester Cavncr, who sang, "One Perfect Love." The bride, given in marriage by her father,' was dressed In white nylon tulle and French lace. The dress, fashioned with a closely fitted bodice nnd overskirl, was of French imported lace. Tiny self covered butlons extended from the waist In Ihc neckline, which was finished with n Queen Mary collar. Her small lacu-ovcr-satin hot was outlined In seed pearls nnd of Swiss illusion. She colonial. bouquet of ASKS DIVORCE FROM HUSBAND, 98 CHAKGINO CRUELTY, Mrs. Ijnbelle S. Brown, 73 (right), fllcil suit fo illvorco from John Allen Brown, 1)8 ( l o f l ) , In Los AngclM. She won $80 i month temporary illmony from tier husband of 28 yean, lie wasn't present nt the hearing, his attorney expltlnlng Brown work* .n 50-hour week M · guard for » building m»terl«l« company RH.I 'didn't feel that h« could take the time off" from hli tns-i.mofUh Job. *'her« hi his worked ilnce 1812. -Mrs. Brown uid he h«i 110,500 In oan||. Ho'a · Navy veteran of the 1870«, WM born In Pittsburgh, Pa He moved to Loi Angelti when C», uid "doctor! five mt only · fe» ytin U live--I lure fooled 'ira." (7nl»nmKmU held her vcl carried while roses'with white Het and white satin slrcamers. Her only jewelry was a diamond pearl scndant, a family heirloom given io her by her maternal grand- nolhcr. , Miss J u d i t h Nichols, slslcr of .he bride, was mnid of honor. :icr frock was pink net over satin, 'ashioncd w i t h strapless bodice, a )olcro with three-quarter sleeves, b o u f f a n t skirt and standrup Queen Mary collar. She wore matching lace mitts and hat and carried a nosegay of pink and while sweet peas.. Bridesmaids were Miss Jane Robinson of Fay- ellcville, and Miss Lynn Carrull of Charleston, sorority sister of the bride. They wore identical blue ensembles and carried matching bouquets of sweet peas. Bcs{ man was the groom's father and the ushers were John Paul Hunyan of Bcnton and Larry Jones, uncle of the bride. At the reception which followed, .he bride's table, covered with a ace cloth, was centered with a three-tiered cake, lopped wilh a miniature bride and groom which lad been used on the wedding cake of her parents at their wedding. For travel the bride wore a beige suit with russet accessories and corsage of white rose buds. The young couple arc m a k i n g their lome in Faycltevlllc, where they .vill continue their work at the University. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kendall of r aycllcville were among the out- if-town guests who atlended. Friday Club was entertained 'cslerday at the home of Mrs. . C. Jordan. Not white, not wheat, not rye. j iut a flavor blend of all three-*- ' 'tinge's Roman Meal Bread, i 11-19-tf i Personals If. Col. Mclaughlin, Guest Of University } U. Col. Meriyn McLaughlin, representative from United States Air Force Hcadquartcri, Washington, D. C,. spent yesterday on ,ihe University camniic {ncng c t|ng the Air Force ROTC Detachment. Colonel McLnughlln was guest at .1 luncheon at the Student Union i Friday given hy Lt. Col, Bay W. Alford, PAST at the University. Oilier guests at the luncheon included: Joe E. Covlngton, T. C. Carlson, Majors William Lee, Herbert Burton, Claude Hughes, and Cyrus Vance Captains George Pardons and John Henncbcrger, I.I. George Dawes, and Cadet Col. H. Cox. Mt. Comfort Club ; ''·-' Has Regular Meeting! The Mt. Comfort Home Demonstration C l u b met Wednesday at the Community House with Mrs. Fihevc Fond, and Mrs. Minnie Stout as hostesses. There were 15 members present. Devotional* and singing were led by Mrs. Kthci Berry, and the p a i n t i n g of the month was reviewed by Mrs. Pond. The poem of ' the month was read by Mrs. Lenora Harrlrmtn. . : A f t e r the business meeting, members drew from n Valentina box. Mrs. Orel Moore and Mrs. Mae C.issat were winners of the mystery packages. · S !f Announcements I'ribody Purcnt-Teaebcrs Club The Peabody Paroni-Tcachcri Club will meet Mondny at 7:3t p. m., in Room 109 at Peabody Hall. The program will include c soclo-drama, "C r c a t i v e Dls- Mrs. Jesse Duggan returned cipllnc," with Mrs. Kinkadc and yesterday from Tulsa, Okla..I Mrs. Hanks in charge, where she has visited for the past several days. Mrs. Marion Wnsson and daugh- Korean War Vcterani The Jack Tidball Post and Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars will entertain returning icr- tcr, Rebecca, arc spending the j vice men and their families at a weekend In Tulsa, Okla.. as gueslsjsupper In their honor, to be givcu of Mrs. Wiisson's sister, Mrs. J at l *\ c Women's Civic 'Clubrooi · B. Symonds. . Tuesday night at 7 oclock. All Mr. nnd Mrs. Bernard Sllvennan and daughters, Mlneltc and Dor- olhy, and Mrs. Laura Lea will at- Icna the Ice Follies in Tulsa, Okla., tomorrow, Marsha Strickland Is In Tulsa, Okla., where she attended the Ice Follies last night and is the guest of her slslcr, Miss Carolyn line Strickland. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Gibson and daughter, Husselenc, plan ta attend the Ice Follies In Tulsu, Okla., tomorrow. Accompanying them will he Miss Lottie Lcvllcll, nnd Mrs. n. A. Barnes and Olllc Barnes bf*Pralrie Grove. Mrs. Wallace Wood will leave tomorrow for Mayo's Clinic mid from there she will return to her ionic In Glcndalc, Calif. Mrs. Wood has been visiting here with ler brother and slstcr-ln-law, Mr. md Mrs. Roy Williams, nnd her .Ton, Wclclon W. Wood, who left today for Fort Berinlnic, Ga., for five months communications training. About 100 islanders from Pukapuka, in lh! Cook group, rccenlly moved lo another island because of overcrowding. The population on liiclr nloll had reached 600. Alf Korean War veterans are invited. Births Mr. and Mr*.' Bee Stroud · Mr.-and MM; Bee Strom: of El- klna announce the birth of a son, February 8, at the County Hospital. Mr, ind Mrs. Lewis Jickfon Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Jackson of Sprlngdale unnoimcc the birth of n ton, February 8, nt the County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Curtis Mr. and Mrs. .Carl Curtis, ol Cave Springs minounca the birth o f n g'frl, February 8, at Ihc County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Mlllard Greenlee Mr. and Mrs. Mlllard Grcon- lec of Paycttcvillc announce the birth of a son, February 8, at the City Hospital. MOORES FUNERAL CHAPEL H A L L M A R K V A L E N T I N E S McROY McNAIR Pho. 131 CRAVENS BLDG. TO ALL PEOPLE and ALL CHURCHES Yott Are Invited To Hear Rev. Beryl E. Beth Preach the Full Gospel EVERY TUESDAY AT 7:30 P.M. Prairie Grove, Ark, American Legion Bldg. Don't Miss Seeing and Hearing This Famous Radio Duet! The BURKHEART SISTERS-Johnnie and Shirley ONE NIGHT ONLY, Sunday, Feb. 10, 7:30 CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH 419 W. ROCK ST. Tht general public it cordially invited FRED D. HUCKLEBERRY, EVANGELIST Service* begin promptly at 7:30 p.m. FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. Fleate come early if you wont a IACK tMt

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