Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 18, 1952 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 18, 1952
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Disappears Because She Doesn't Wanf To Marry (hkagoan, Brunette Tells Newsmen Pittsburgh-W)-Pretty Lois Wei- Iind, the tall bride-fo-be who Jilted her finance two days before their planned Valentine's Day marriage, is back home today". A ttunning brunette secretary, Miss Wciland, 24, disappeared Ti'-;si!a.v. leaving a note saying ·he couldn't go through with her marriage to Edward Wiegner', 33, of Chicago. She returned yesterday. Before seeing her mother, or father, she met newsmen and said she hoped her family would be left alone if she answered all questions at once. -Miss Wetland said she left because she couldn't convince. Weig- ncr she did not love him enough t marry him. "1 told him I didn't love him enough. I realized that if I stayed home, I'd have to marry him. So I left. As long as he was here,- I wasn't going toi .come back. I have no Intentions of marrying him. That's final. Please sen him this message: "No deal--the deal's off. I'm very sorry. ]'m not under any strain. I've thought it over seriously and I just don't want to marry you.'" Miss .Weiland said she boarded a train for Cleveland, got off at Hudson, where she met 'her sister, Mrs. June Smith. The two women went to Akron, Ohio, and stayed at a girls' club. When they read in a newspaper that Wiegner had returned to Chicago, they came back to Pittsburgh. In Chicago, Wiegner had no comment. The couple became engaged after meeting at a tall peoples' club convention in St. Louis. Their romance was .conducted almost entirely by mail. Mrs. Clyde Corner Hostess At Luncheon Mrs.' Clyde Carner entertains the Walnut Grove Ladies Aid will a covered dish luncheon at he home Wednesday. There were !· members present. The business ir.eeting was pre sided over'by Mrs. C. E. Shafer president. The scripture reading was given, taken from the Bool of Matthew. Mrs. W. E. Knowle led the group in prayer and cards were prepared for the sick. Mrs. Kenneth Carnes had charge of the social program. She read an article on two great men,.Lincoln and Washington, whose birthdays fall in February. Poems were given by Mrs. Gene McKee anc Mrs. Lloyd Rouse. There was a comic Valentine box, and exchange of Valentines. Mrs. Knowles received the mystery package. ·Che next meeting will be held March 12, at the home of Mrs. Knowles with Mrs. Rouse charge of the social program. H. D.' Club Meetings Scheduled For Week This week's scheduled meetings of the county Home Demonstration Clubs are: Monday--Strickler, Community House, 2 p.m.; Goldenrule, Mrs. Gracs Keck, all day; Tuesday--Bethel Grove, Community House, 11 a.m.; Morrow, Mrs.' Hadley Baker, 1:30 p.m.; Victory, Mrs. Demps Fowler, 1 p.m.; Brush Creek. Mrs. Belle Lynch, 1:30 p.m.; Oak Grove, Oak Grove Church, 11 a.m.; Homemakers, Mrs. Juanitna Cassat 7:30 p.m.; Wednesday--Rhea, Mrs. Thcda Ellis, 2 p.m.; Salem, Community House, all day; Thursday--Braden, Mrs. Hoy Guinn, noon; 'Stony Valley, Mrs Lacey . Drayer, .11 a.m.; Beaty Mrs. Bob-Beat, 2 p.m.; Friday -- Vineyard, University Heights, Mrs. I. L. Johnson, 2 p.m Quckner The Buckner Home Demonstration Club met at the home of Mrs. Lucretia Mhoon Friday afternoon *nd opened with singing. The devotional, "A Thumb Nail Sketch of Deuteronomy," was given bv ' Mrs. Eula Osbnrne. Roll call was answered by members telling "why voting Is important." Mrs. Nell Hughes, a member of the Valentine Flower Committee for the Veteran's Hospital patients, gave a report on the flower program at the hospital Thursday. Mrs. Hiram Pointer, also assisted in distributing the plants. Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson, program } leader for this month, introduced a discussion on "Women's Voting." Mrs. Margaret Brownfield gave a demonstration, telling and showing differences in deniers and gauges; of nylon hosiery. The mystery gin went to Mrs. Stacy Phelan and game prize to Mrs. Marie Hushing. Refreshments of coffee, tea and cookies were served bv the hostess assisted by Mrs. Hughes. The March meeting will be a covered dish luncheon, at the home of Mfs. Cordia Drake. Mrs. Keith Robbins was complimented with a pink and blue shower at the home 'of Mrs. Kenneth Caudle on the Wyman Road. Friday night. Gifts were placed in a pink and blue bassinette and presented to Mrs. Robbins. The pink and blue theme was carried out in the games with prizes going to Mrs. B. Ledford, Mrs. Robbins and Mrs. Billy Drake. Out of town guests were Mrs. j ermis Robbinss, Mrs. Noah Hobbins, Mrs. Bazil Ledford of Elltins dnd Mrs. Genevive Gayer of Fayetteville. Refreshments of pink and blue ·akes0,and cocoa were served by Wrs. w Caudle, assisted by Mrs Kathleen Earls. Jhild Is Polio Victim Little Rock - (ff) - Linda Carol rubbs, three, of Monticello, died l a Little Rock hospital Sunday f polio. She was the daughter of Ir. and Mrs. Dewey Grubbs. MCMTHWHT MKANSAS TIMK. Fay«n*v)H«, ArlwnMt, fttomlay, F«briM»y_ II, 1f» Vi GALLON Vanilla Ice Cream 64c Holland Bros, locker Plant witfceut trained, professional iisurance advice Y*ai wouldn't buy a legal contract b., Wil or a prescription from a non prafeaaional. You wouldn't, buy clothes th*t don't fit or a house too big or loo y*/*, a" your insurance contracts prepared by someone who knows your apacial situation and needs? Do they proKet against precisely the dangers that are the greatest for you? Does your ·auranoe fit so that bad luck won't ·rush your bank account when the ·naxpecled happens? Are you certain ·oaM premium aren't oversize so you're laying too much money now? There'i a sure way to make certain all Jwar iiuurance isfight for you. Call us it««tud)r jour ailuaUoa tad your RENNER COMPANY, Inc. "huvranct) of Ml Kindt" Phone 236 by Miss Tanta Lizer This is the time of fiycar when most women start getting that "new hat" look in their eye and not just any old lat. Tncy want a millinery creation madu just for them. With that in mind Vera Whistler, one of America's leading designers has designed a perky, jaunty little spring hat exclusively for you. The autographed label on each unusual hat says so. See them at Campbell. Bell's Millinery You will enjoy its fashion authenticity for seasons to come. Remember the place, Campbell-B«ll, and the label, Vcra Whistler. Little boys may not like to be scrubbed and combed every day, but just like anyone else they enjoy dressing up ~ once in a while, and some of them can be pretty particular as to what kind of suit they wear. For those boys, or for that matter any boy, Pearl L«« Children's Shop has just the suit. Made by "Imporiginals," the genuine Palm Beach suits are the aristocrat of tailored togs for children. And, Mother, they are hand washable. See them in navy, grey, white and cocoa. Sizes 2 tn 6. Incidentally the price is nominal, only S12.98 and $14.98. That's Pearl Lee i on Center Street. Spring blouses are in full bloom, opening a l m o s t daily with each shipment. Short sleeve cottons ... c r i s p , w h i t e piques and the m o s t beautiful ,- . nylons that are sheer inn-try. Why don't you see them at Silvarman'i real soon? Also at Silverman'i, a new Duster in Picolay fabric in the prettiest splashy patterns and the most luscious colors you ever say. Just $6.95. ,- With Spring so near, iur thoughts turn to ecorating. New ideas, patterns and colorings in wallpaper can be found at Johnson's, 25 N. Dlock. Grass cloths, rice cloths and burlap will be the popular aper to use in rooms wheu? a plnln effect is desired. They are very effective, practical and not ixpenslve. Colors are rcnlly. lush. Jroen is still n leading color, but 'ongo brown and tones'o( burlap ro in the load. Companion en- embles for these papers can be btalncd in many attractive colors "r adjoining rooms. Draperies of tie same pattern can bo had In uiny of these papers. Woodwork? K"ln wo use the same tones ountl in the wallpaper. (Adv.) FIVE DAYS ... TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY... s SPRING OPENING SALE; . « Special Prices On Season Fresh, Fashion Right Apparel And Accessories -- Buy Your Spring Needs Now at Savings . . . Use Any of Our Convenient Methods of Credit.! Use Our Lay-Away Plan. EXTRA SPECIAL DRESS EVENT! Tuesday Thru Saturday Only Betty Barclay Cotton Dresses- Specially Reduced!, $y98 · ready-to-wear main floor rear Without question the number on* brand of junior cotton dresses from every standpoint . . , This sale has . extraordinary, significance. A choice assortment of fashions in gingham, chambray and broadcloth in solids, plaids, checks and stripes. Beautiful colors. Sizes 7 to 15. Skirt Classic! Similar to Sketch Special Purchase! Sheer Nylon Batiste Blouses Extraordinarily Low Priced , Tubs in a jiffy . , . dries quickly . . . needs no ironing. What a wonderful blouse to travel with! Rows of t u c k i n g give it a dressed-up look. Jewel neckline to wear with your suit. Choose from white, rose or chartreuse. Sizes 32 to 38. · main floor front Cherni's Extremely Popular Denim Wrap-Around SKIRT · sportswear-/ main floor front ^'rofivu.TfiAMa4 Attractively 5 ^ ' O Priced! O Simple as A, B, C to slip In or out of and it's so rakish looking. Choose yours in faded blue, shrimp or gold. Sizes 24 to 28. L O T I O N LARGE I OZ. WD1TIE KG. P1UCE Hx ON SALE FOR LIMITED TIME i · cosmetics-main floor front Alsn rVlbU, Buy Your Spring Supply Now at This Remarkably Low Price. · D«*S VMY OUKKIY · UAves «w SATIN SMOOTH · Ntvtl STICKY Oil OMA1T · MUCATRY SCMTO ?^ 9 ' $1 Hond Creom *' $2 Cleansing Cream $1 Odd and Ends Sale Tabl SAVE RD Nylon, rayon and cotton blouses, wool knit dresses, cotton knit blouses, etc. · main floor front We want our Spring Opening Sale to mean something great and unprecedented . . . so we are determined to sell 55 suits to 55 very, very lucky Fayetteville women Pure Wool Gabardine and Worsted SUITS actual values to $55.00 Tuesday Thru Sat. Only $ 38 Secure your Easter suit now of savings!.Exactly 55 in this marvelous collection from which you may c h o o s e . Authentic new fashions from our exclusive makers. Each and every one pure worsted gabardine and novelties. Choice colors, navy, grey, beige/ toast, red, etc. Sizes 10 to 16; 9 to 15. · tuitt--main floor rear \f 11 ' t your choice in * *? j layaway, or · *.\V -j' charge it! by Hit tame toktn w« aim. to nil in this great 5-day sal* all of these 43 wondirful short coats 100% Wool Short Coab Actual Values to $39,00 $ 24 All wo need to accomplish thil sal* are 43 volu* · minded, «onorry · mindad womtn who w* eon properly fit. You probubly or* on* of them, Foihionobl* ntw thorKr Itngthi In 100% pur* wool fl**c*i, nov- ·Ity th*cki, tlrlpn, ploidi. Each tool beautifully lintd. Slt«i 9 to 15) 10 to 16. ·coots--main floor rtar ]

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