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HIHIIIIIIHHllimillimiUlllllllllllllllllmilllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIl MRS. KATHLEEN DOZIER MlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIHIIIIIItlilllUlliillllllllllllllllllllllllinilllllllilllll · Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Sigma Alpha Iota Dinner, Ferguson's, 6 Family Night, Country Club, 7 Monday '. . . 'Hi Si Club, Clubroom, 7:00 B. P. W. C., Civic Clubroom, 7:30 Washington Lodge One, Masonic Hall, 7:30. THIS 'N' THAT ABOUT TOWN KATHLEEN DOZIER The younger set last night made merry with a j party and dance at the Country Club following the Foyetteville-Springdale high school basketball game. Members of the Springdale team and their dates were special guests for the evening, and'music was provided by Buddy Hayes and his orchestra. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Steele, Coach Earl Voss and his wife, Emily, chaperoned the crowd of 200. Plans are under way for the state meeting of Tri Delta Alliance to be held here April 26. Frances Fleming, president of the local Alliance, tells me that there will be a -full day of activity, beginning with registration and a coffee at the chapter house, followed by the business meeting and luncheon. After formalities, there will be a guided campus tour for the benefit of out of town guests. Fayettevilie's only state officer is Mary Carolyn Pendleton, state j recorder. The local Alliance with the active chapter will be hostesses. A note from the O'Days in Seattle, Wash., tells us that they have enjoyed a visit from the Tommy Oldhafns who have been with relatives and friends in California since the middle of December. The Oldhams left Seattle yesterday for the return trip home via California. The colonel says the O'Days were brought up to date on Fayettevi Me news. A worthwhile project is that of the American Association of University Women, on display in the schools. The children's art exhibit from schools of the state should be encouraging to some of our own school children. Apparently, Fayettevi lie is not represented Thc Lincoln Prcsbyleri;m Chui . among the 68 WOrks of art. | was the scene of the wedding of ! Miss Marielta Folcy lo Bill H. Mrs. John H. Kochevorond children, Nancy and [Morris of scnaca, MO., performed John, left this morning on the first lap of their journey j the morning of February H. The to join Colonel Kochevor in Yokohama, Japan. They j Rev. Frank p. Brewster officiated Will Stop over for O few days Visit With his Sister, Ann, a t lhc double ring ceremony be- Kochevar, in Bisby, Ariz., before going on to San foro an altar tonkcd wilh hucklc Francisco, to sail March 5, on the Alexandria. NOCTHWUI ARKANSAS TIMCS. Fay*tttviH«, ArkanMf, Saturday, febrvory 23, If52 The wedding of Miss Marietta Foley, (above, right) to 13111 H. Morris of Seneca, Mo., was held February 14, in the Lincoln Presbyterian Church.--(Dixon Pholo)--In the upper left photo nre .shown, (stand- ng) Mrs. R. C. Wray, Mrs. G. P. Stockcr, Mrs. J. G. Glcason hostesses, Miss Alice Paddock und (seated) Mrs. ftusscll. Paddock at one in a series of parties given this week for Miss Paddock, bride elect of Tom Pearson, Jr.,--(Puska T1MESFOTO)--Members of the Junior Civic League are shown, (lower l e f t ) preparing for the rummage sale being held today for the benefit of the Uoy's Club. They nre (from left to right) Mrs, Joe Pendleton, Mrs. Fay H. H u l l , Mrs. Charles Oxford, Mrs. Charles Dodd and Mrs. Harry Vandci-griff. (Puska T1MESFOTO) ' _ |65th World Day Of Prayer To Be Observed Friday Lincoln Church Is Scene Of Morris-Foley Marriage berry and baskets of pin); gladioli, Above the flowers and greenery, j m o n i j n p was tlic church Bible flanked by candelabra. Thc bride, given in marriage by her brothcr-in-lav/, James Parker, In its third year, the annual birthday party sponsored by the Women's Organization of the Central Presbyterian Church, has become quite a social | wore a white dressmaker suit. Her event. All the ladies of the town are invited and no! r: ° wci ' s » hcld with ;i iwarishapcd birthday is forgotten. Thirteen tables representing ^^0% JT antchid^ the 12 months of our year and one for the 1 3th Chi- 1 Mrs . jamcs Parker, sister of the nese month are elaborately and appropriately dec- bride, was matron of honor, wear- with nil rhp trimminns inrludinn birthdav Wirn ON me Trimmings mciuamg Uinrnaay ing a rose dress identical to that of 'Christ Oui 65th World Day of .'raycr w i l l be observed next Frilay in more t h a n 18,000 commu- ics in the Uniled Slates and in 104 other countries around thc .vorld. Always held on the first Friday of Lent, thc World Day of Prayer falls on the extra day of Leap Year in 1952. The written World Day of Prayer service for this year was based upon thc prayers of migratory workers, sharccroppcrK and American Indians, and distributed in Ibis counlry and overseas by local Christian groups Ihe observance. It has now been translated int omany languages and dialects. The custom of day of prayer for Christian missions originated In thc United States in 18B7 and became Ihe World Day of Prayer in 1927. In Fayettevillc, this service 'as outlined by thc United Council of Church Women will bc hcld at the from 9 to 12 o'clock by j Central Methodist Church, Fri- Mrs. Joe Pcndldton and Mrs i I a y afternoon at 2 o'clock. There Hubert Cowan, at thc Pcndlc'.on wil1 bc "iTM different pans and , ,. · prayers, which will be taken by home on Skyline Drive. | represcl , u ,t ivc s u£ thc ni ,,e diffcr- Carrying out the patriotic motif, | cut churches: thc table was covered with an im- 1 Lead-cr for purl one, Mrs. James Coffee Given At Home Of Pendletons A coffee was given yesterday or, C. ._ -------- ..... 0 _ ......... -- ..... .,.,,,,...,, ..... .......... she carrjcd a of red gladioli with a background Methodist Church- Student's Pray- cakes. Weather conditions were not favorable yester- j bouquel o£ bluc iriSp · · ' « ' · ...... ............ ....... _ . , . _ = , ..... ...... · - .. l ^ day, but it is hoped that there will be a real turn out when the time comes next year. Not least among the supporters of the Boys Club is the Junior Civic League; which has started projects for raising money to be turned over to the club. First j of these was the rummage sale today. Next on the program will be a paper collection and sale for the same purpose. The gals have really gone all out. Visiting here next week in the home of her sister, Mrs. Clarence Might, and with friends will be Mrs. C. K. (Neva) Hudson of Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. Might ·» wil! entertain for her Tuesday afternoon with a tea which will .also honor her daughter, Mrs. Warren (Betty) Hannah and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Alice Gerard, who have made their homes here,- coming from Miami, Okla., and Philadelphia, Pa., respectively. Other parties have been planned for Mrs. Hudson during the week. Cub Scouts and thejr families will be entertained Thursday evening in Wesley Hall at the Blue and Gold Banquet," and judging from last year's affair, this should be well worth the effort of shining up "small fry." Boys are enthused over preparations, doing a large part of the decorating themselves. Awards will be made and it is hoped that some former Scouts, now business men of the community, will speak. Miss Alise Shook served candlelighter and Mrs. Charles Starbird provided a program of w.dding music, which included "Because," and "Thc Lord's Prayer." She was accompanied by Mrs. "Oh Prom- Westside P.T.A. Has Silver Tea And Program Thursday afternoon the Wesl- side P.T,A. met at the Bates School for n Founders Day Silver Tea. Former presidents were spc- ci»l guests. They were Mrs. A. Peterson, Mrs. Grovcr George, Mr». Dick Johnson and.Mrs. A. E. Lussky. During the short business mooting with F. N. Stuckcy, president, presiding, a nominating cominlt- tet was appointed as Mrs. Gregg Holland, Miss Elizabeth Shipley and Mrs. Ray Davis. Mrs. Stuckcy directed a . skit concerning Founders Dny and Mr«. T. L. Myers was In charge of the tea. Mr*. D. F. Easlerling and Mn. J. D. E*gl« presided at the table which was lace covered and centered with blue gladioli and yellow jonquils, which with the cake carried out thc organization's colors of bluc and gold. About 50 guests were present for thc program and tea, MocArthur, Dunaway . Head "Sons" Chapter _ Little Rock-(/P)-Thc Arkansas Society of Sons of thc American Revolution again has chosen Gen. Douglas MncArlhur as honorary president. General Mat-Arthur was rcelccted at thc organization's 03rd annual George Washington banquet; here last night, Ddwln K, Dunaway, University law professor and former Arkansas Supreme Court justice, was redacted president Love You Truly" and ise Me." Hubert Balay of Joplin, Mo., served tre bridegroom as best man. Ushers were Gene Bascdon and Charles Starhird. Mrs. Foley chose for her daughter's wedding a ,black and white checked taffeta dress. %"er corsage was of red carnations; Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held in the social room of the church. T h e bride's table, which stood in front of the fi.-cplacc, was ccntcrctl with an arrangement of while gladioli and tapers. At one end of thc table [stood the rectangular, four tiered wedding cake, topped with min- k.lure bride and groom, which was serve by Miss Shook. Mrs. Jack Bascdon and Mrs. George Hilton alternated at the punch bowl. Those who 'assisted were Mr. and Mrs. tester Moore, Mrs. Harley Freedlc, Mrs. Hugh Shook and Mrs. Felix Pridcmorc. Mrs. Etta McCollock was in charge of thc guest bool'.. Tor travel the bride chose a wine knit suit and navy accessories. Her corsage was the orchid from her bridal bouquel. After a short wedding (rip to Memphis, Tcnn., thn couple is at home in Bcnlonvillc,' where Iho bride is assistant Home Demonstration a/lent, until Mr. Morris receives his orders to report for active duty as a second lieutenant ji the Army. ' Out of town guests were the Hcv. and Mrs. Edward C, liru- bakcr and children, 1 thc Tlcv, W .K. Gibson, P.lchard Gray, Marlin Hinnman, Mrs. Harold Doronhas, all of Fnycttoville; Mrs. Hubert Bolay of Joplin, Mo.; Mrs. Klta McCollock of Clarksvlllc; Mrs. Dore Settle and Miss Mabel King ported handmade cloth on which bluc streamers sprinkled with white stars formed an off-center cross. The traditional hatchet was made of a floral arrangement j of burning while tapers in silver candelabra. Spring flowers were used throughout tile home. Assisting thc. hostesses were Mrs. James T. Phillips, Mrs. Fred Moseley and Mrs. Grady Harlan, who poured. Others were Mrs. Gladys Higgans, Mrs. Hill Dalton, Mrs. Joe Bill Hall,. Mrs. W i l l i a m Yuunkin, Mrs. Willian Rillcr, Mrs. Coy Kaylor, Mrs. Clarence Young, Mrs. Dalff Knglchart and Mrs. Jack Joyce. of Bcnlonvillc. ' M. Col. and Mrs. J. n. Crorker, Cri ' Mrs. L. Smith, Jr., First Prc-sbyterian; Migrant Prayer, Mrs. A l l a n Buck- rus, First Christian Church; Sharecroppers Prayers, Mrs. Waller Hayes, Wiggins Memorial Mercer, St. James Mrs. Dyess Entertains For Miss Paddock Miss Alice Paddock whose wedding to Tom Pearson, Jr., has been set for March 7, was complimented at a dessert canasta and towel shower given by Mrs. Earl Dyess last evening, at her home on W a l n u t Street. The dessert plate was served al Ihe dining table which was covered witli a cutwork banquet cloth. Centering Ihc lable was an arrangcmenl of yellow jonquils and snapdragons in a silver bowl, flaked hy silver candlcholders and ] tall yellow tapers. . | Prizes for canasta were won by Mrs. Alcuin Eason. Jr., Miss Paddock and Mrs. Ernest Stanbcrry. Columbia U. Speaker Addresses Students Howard Row, field representative of Columbia University in New York, was In Fayctleville yesterday lo visit Ihc go\crnmenl class al Fayettevillc High School, which Is engaged In a ''citizenship education project" sponsored by Columbia. Uow spoke briefly yesterday afl- en.oon to a meeting of thc class Methodist; Sioux Prayer, Mrs. William Gibson, Presbyterian Studcnl Group;' Mexican Prayer, Mrs. Hulh Grebcr, Christian Scientist; Chinese Prayers, Mrs. O. W. McMillen, Central Presbyterian Church; Leader for part two. Mrs. Banks Newburn, St.. Pniil'R Epid.-opal Church; leader for part three and offering-, Mrs. Orrin Hcabcst, Central Methodist Church; Soloist, Mrs. Rosctta Dowel], St. James Baptist Church; Organist, Mrs. Hoy V. Simpson; six ushers, Mrs. William Adair, Mrs. Virgil Blossom, Mrs. Thad Rowden, Jr.. Mrs. Darrel Springgs, Mrs. Haskcll Ullcy and Mrs. Clay Yoc, all of Central Methodist; Choir, composed of three members of each of thc churches represented. From 1:30 to 1:45 p. m., Friday, the carillonic liclls will bc played who will present a nroyr.-irn of prayer hymns. National radio programs will also observe thc Day of Prayer. For those w i t h children, there w i l l be nursery i n c i l i l l c s with someone in charge, nl the Thompson House of the Central Methodist Church. Hughes-Patterson Marriage Announced Installation Service Held At Walnut Grove Officers il the W a l n u t Grove Missionary Society and the Cherry Hell Home Demonstration Club were installed in a candle Lighting ceremony at the borne of Mrs. Loyd House Thursday afternoon. The two groups met co-operatively and the ceremony was taken from hntn the Home Dcmorsrtration and missionary installation service. The new officers were installed hy ii pant president. Mrs. Mac .Hamilton, missionary officers were HambJen, president; f , Jannie Tcmplctdn, vice- j chap..-c at the program. Mrs. Miss president; Mrs. Max Ttac, secretary. officers Guinn, Mrs. Nell D. Ingels, Mr». W. H. Pryor arid Mrs. J. -K. Crocker. There were 21 members present and one new member, Mrs. Fred Bible Gloss Meets At Coving ton .Home The Friendly Bible Class of. Central Methodist fhurch, met with Mrs. Hare at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Joe E. Covington, 008 Garland Street, Wednesday, ' with 13 members prcscr.t.. Mrs. W. E. Chastaln. presided. Af!rr thc business meeting, Mrs. L. S. Uh; gave thc devotional, using the subject, "Workers with God.' 1 She also read an article on "Friendship." Mrs. Sand: , h a d Home Demonstration were: Miss J a n n i e president; Mrs. A. A. vice-president; Mrs. Clyde Newell, secretary. Mrs. Loyd House as treasure]- of both group.'. Thc f i n a n c e committee is composed of Mrs. Mac Hamblcn, Mrs. Max Tate and Mrs. House, and those on thc recreation committee arc Mrs. Gene McKce, Mrs. Jnck A contest Was hcld on "what you beard," and everyone .-^ .given a v a l e n t i n e , to be Etrit to Tcmplfion i'' 10 te;ic hcr. Mrs. RIcheson, who Hn'nblcn' was o u t °' ' own - Hcfreshmints ' were served by fhc' hostess, : as- slii'.cd by her daughter. . ;·'· l j ersonals · : Mrs. M. K. Hollis of Dallas, Texas, Is visiting her sister, Miss Hamblcn and Mrs. James Dennis. Mamie Phillips. ^ Guests at the meeting were Mrs. I Mollic Tucker and Mrs. Daisy! Howe. The business meeting and program were in charge of thc missionary president, assisted by Mrs. Ttiic. Mrs. Newell. H. D. sec-rotary, read thc minutes and called the Members voted to make a donation to Ihc Tied Cross, with thc following members sponsoring thc drive: Mrs. Jack Hamblcn, Mrs. Gene McKcc, Mrs. Loyd Rouse and Miss Tcmplcton. H was decided to m e e t - a l l day Thursday, March (i, to prepare the Memorial Club Rooms for the singing- convention lo be held Sunday, March Members . voted to co-operate with thc Bethel Grove^ Community n a miscellaneous shower for Mrs. Hoy Foults and children at the home of Mrs. Bruce Wctzcl. It was announced that a community birthday party will be given Saturday night, March I, at Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hamblcn. Guests of honor will bc anyone in Ihc communlly having a birlhday in March. The program was on "The Brotherhood of Man," with the scripture reading by Mrs. McKcc on "Fold to Thy Heart Thy Brother." Mrs. Hamblcn and Mrs. Talc presented a skit, "What They Say" Versus "Thc Facts," regarding the Pea Hidgc-(Spedal)-Announcc-I different races which brought out , Dr. and Mrs. M. F. Westfall;v.-iU j visit tomorrow in Tulsa, Qkla., j with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Pharr, ' formerly of Fnyettevlllc. ';- nicnt of the marriage of daughter, Virginia, to Cpl. their i "that no race is inferior, Just dlf- Cllf- fcrcnt, and that identical blood ford Hughes of Handall, III., has been made by Mr. and Mrs. Graydon Patterson of Pea HIdgc. Thc wc-lding ceremony was read in the sanctuary of thc Presbyterian Church In Pea HldEc the afternoon of February 10, hy the Hev. Raymond Woodward, pastor. A single ring .service was used. Only the pastor's wife anrl Ihc bride's'mother witnessed thc marriage. The bride attended thc local schools u n t i l her senior year, which she completed at the Will Hngers High School in Tulsa, Okla., in I'J'lt). She lias been employed in Tulsu and in Gulfporl, Miss. Corpora! Hughes has served a year in thc U.S. Air Force and will serve three more years. Mrs. i Hughes will remain here with her | parents until Corporal Hughes has j orders lor a- permanent assign- I nicnt. Mrs. Davis Honored With Surprise Parly Mrs. John W .Davis, 33!! South Duncan, was given a birthday surprise Friday afternoon when a group of friends met at her home honor of thc occasion. nrescnl were Mrs. Lcc Cunningham, Mrs. William B. Maloney, Mrs. Lela Nickell, Mrs. Harry G i l l i l a n d , Mrs. John Ba'rd and Mrs. Harry Courtney. Following a social hour, refreshments of cake, tea and coffee were served 1: Mrs. Harlan K. Smith, by Francis Mcdarls. bell master, assisted by Rosemary Baird. and (be a d u l t lay (.oinmlttee which assists the class. Thn Fayeltcvllle school lias participated In Ihc CKP for about two and Is one of ,'IO.S schools In Ii. Crocker. Sr.' Colonel i l h c U n i l c " s " ilcs '^'"K "art. With Crocker has been ordered lo overseas duty and his family will reside lit 525 Shady while he Is abroad, sungnlions from Columbia U n i v e r - sity, the students utq the com- inmilly as a Inhorfilory In s t u d y - 1 Ing and developing citizenship. i REVIVAL Calvary Baptist Church Corner Maple and West Streets Singing Conducted by Sorrt Leslie J A. D. STUCKEY, Pallor Beginning February 24th Services Each Evening at 7:30 Cemt, Irlnq Your Family and Wonhlp With Ui flows in thc veins of all races.' The program closed with the fact that "we must he the kind of world we want," and "we can have peace ii the world If wo arc willing lo pay the price (as we do for war) by treating all people .as our aquals." A verse of "lir Christ-There' Js No East or West" was, given and a prayer for ,"pcacc In lands a f a r and mine." Thc next meeting w i l l bc with Mrs, Mac Hamblcn, March S. Braden Club Hears Discussion On Voting "We should appreciate* democracy and vote," said Mrs. J. C. Gilbrcath, president of the Braden Home Demonstration Club, which met yesterday at tile home of Mrs. Earlc Shook, with Mrs. Joe Walker as assistant hostess. Topic of thc day was "Citizenship and Democracy." Mary Jane Baker, assistant Home Demonstration agent, discussed nylon hosiery from thc consumers viewpoint. "What One Should Look For When 1 Buying Nylon Hosiery.""She said she had been told about a new "hosiery wrinkle," freezing of hose In the refrigerator prolongs the life of thc stocking. Others taking part and giving reports were Mrs. Joe Walker, Mrs. William Erwin, Mrs. Roy Earl Page, a patient In'i.City' Hospital where he was' admitted Thursday, was reported today to bc gettliig along nicely. Mrs. Cnrrlc Green. Mrs. C. N. Sloan, Mrs. Harry F. Wilson and Mr. Alex C'avins plan to leave Monday for a visit in Little Rock. They expect lo return Wednesday. 'Mr. and Mrs. Sam Whoeler-and Miss Mamie Evans left this morning for San Antonio, Texas, where they vJIll attend- the funeral of Mrs. Wheeler's brother, James B. Evans, who-died of a heart attack yesterday afternoon. Announcements Trl Delia Molhtra Club The Trl Delta Mothers Club will meet for 1 o'clock luncheon Tuesday afternoon In the -Washington Hotel. · : AAUW Currant Book Group The AAUW Current Book Group will meet Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. ul the home of Mrs, n. C. ilhit, 117 Mt. Nord. Mrs. Farlow Hurt will review "Dizzy" by Heskcth Pearson, a biography of Disttiell. ; Son's Chapel Auxiliary Son's Chapel Auxiliary r.rfets ; at the home of Mrs. Frank Randall, Monday night at 7:30 o'clock. Buniimi And Professional Women'i Club The B. and P. W.' will meet Monday night at 7:30 o'clock in thc Civic Women's Club Rooms. · Thi; Nnw Service Commlttee.i.wlll tc In chnrgc of thc program. ; Chi Omtgi AIumnH The Chi Omega Alumnae :.witl mcct : Tuesday at 2:30 p.m., in the home of Mrs. G. A: Vlnccnhcllor, 330 North Washington Avenue. Miss Ruth Crozlcr will be assistant' hostess. International Hclationi Group 01 AAUW T h e International R e l a t i o n s Group of AAUW will meet at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday at thc home of Mrs. W. A. Guinn. Mrs. J. E. Valle will have charge of the program. -. Marruerlle Humphrey! Piano Recital The annual high school · recital will be given by pupils of Mrs. Marguerite .Humphreys Monday, March 3, in the First Presbyterian Church at 8 p.m. N. F. P. O. C. Auxiliary Mrs. Grovcr George .will enter- 13 i n the auxiliary of the N. F. P. 0. C., Tuesday afternoon at 'i o'clock at her home, 811 North Highland Avenue. 129.75 mr one 6-piec6 plocr-iciiing in* eluding Fed. TH A pUce-irllhig Inclnjen knife, fort, l«inooii, saUu fork, btiitrr iprrailrr, tail c r r t n I O U P ipoon. As child did you ever go Marching for the quaint flower, Buttercup? Finding one, you plucked it, held it close beneath your chin while someone said, "She likea liutter, you cia tell by the reflection!" Gorhnm "Buttercup"* KM ialro- . duced in 1899 near the end o{ Queen Victoria's reign in England. Its delightful flower design ii rich in effect, poueKci.excep- tional tparklc, and is much id- mired everywhere. See it soon in our wide selection of Gorhira patterns. I'.S. Aik us 10 ihow you ihe cicluiive . one-niece, dem-rttiitaat Cothaa Stctlinf knile handle. 8 East CtntM

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