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February 25, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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THWI, M«ndcy, hbruory M, 1»JJ iMI.^HMWIII'MMUIIlHMIMaiWHHHIHiniMlllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllHIII BLIND DANCER TO MARRY Gl MRS. KATHLEIN OOZIIR . IIIIIIIMIHIIHIMIIIMIIHIIIIIIllillMMIlililiiiiiHillllliiiiiiliMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII · Daily Calendar of Events · Tonight . . ' . . ' . HI Si Club, Clqbroom. 7:00 B. P. W. C., Civic Ciubroom, 7;30 .Washington Lodge One,.Mainrifc.Hall, 7:30. Tuesday . . . Kiwsnii Club, Washington Hotel, 12 Uond Club,.Ferguson's, la Tri Delta Mothers Club, Washington Hotel, 1 N.F.P.O.G.. Mr*. Grovcr George, 2 AAUW Current Book Group, Mrt. R. C. Bhta, 2:30 Chi Omega Alumnae, Mm. G, A. Vinr.enhaller, 2:30 Suh Deb Club, Sus Gate, 7 Navel Reserve Composite Unit, Eason Building, 7 Order of-Ralnbow, Masonic Hall, 7 D.A.V., Legion Hut, i~- · ' , . ' · B. And P. W., Women* Civic Clubroomn, 7:3(1 AAUW International Relations Group, Mrs. W. A. Gulnn, 7:30 Rcbekah Lodge, 1QOF Hull, TtM Miss Taldo Is Wed To Robert Brady Springdale-Speclal)-Mrs. Dora Taldo, of Tontitown announces the marriage 'of her daughter, Ida Mae, to Robert Brady, son of Mr ·and Mrs. Curt Brady ot Springdale, on Tuesday morning.. February 19, 8t 8 o'clock-In the St Joseph.Catholic Church at Tonll- town. The' Rev, Father John Stauder was celebrant of the solemn nuptial mass, followed by the double rind vow«. J. F. Taldo lighted the candles and Ml»s Freda Fern Fiorl was flower girl. Rickey 'Ardcmagnlwan ring Uearor. Mrs. Lucy Pozza played, a program of .nuptial music which Included the traditional wedding marches. The bride wa» given In" marriage by her- brother, Raymond Taldo, and wore a gown of while slipper iHtln, fashioned with an off the shoulder yoke, pointed sleeves and .' · full skirt, ending in t cathedral train, Her finger tip veil of Imported illusion fell from a, Juliet C»p embroidered In xced jicarls. She carried an arm bouquet of while carnations. ' Sarah Ann Taldo, cousin of the bride, served «» maid of honor, weiring · gown of blue net over taffeta and carrying a colonial bouquet. Barbara Veruechl, cousin of the bride, »nd Sally Veruechl were bridesmaids and. wore green and orchid taffeU gowns and carried colonial bouquets, B«t man wa» Virgil Veruechl, Jr. Yernon Taldo and Leo Zupc. both cousins of the bride, served as ushers. . Members' of ,lha bridal party were honored wllh a breakfast ilven by the brldc't mother after he ceremony. A reception was held In the parish hull at 2 o'clock glvi "he "Hot Flashes" Stopped ·r itrikinily ralltvwl 'tn M-M%'*f com ta dMlwi'mti · If you're miserable from the "hot flashes," and accompanying Irritable, restless feelings of '"rhanie of life"-you may be suffering unnecessarily I ·Per...I* I til' by doclori...Lyil» Plnkham's Compound and Tablets brought relief from such f unctlonally- i caused suffering to 63% and 80% (respectively) of the women tested! Complex or itrlklni rillt/l In the afternoon. j After (he reception the coupk-! left for Fort Smith and Jnncuboro,: where they visited relatives. They . returned to Tontltown Sunday. ', The bride, a descendant nf Italian colonists who came to Ton- i titown, was educated at the schools ! in Tontllowri and graduated from ! the Sprlngdale High School with ! the class of 1050. She has been em-! ployed by Rowlands department store. I The bridcgrmun is also a gradu-1 ate of the Springdalc High School with the class of ,1050, and is employed in.Fayelleviilc. He has recently returned from Alaska, The couple plsns to make their home In Sprlngdale. ' ' Bridge Honors Miss Paddock, Bride-Elect / , Mrs. Webb Williams, Mrs. Joe Campbell, Sr., and Miss Virginia lleerwagcn were Tioslesscs at a iirldge parly Thursday r-fanlng the Williams home. Honored gucsl was Miss Alice Paddock, brldc- c(ect of Tom Pearson, Jr. Winners at bridge were Mrs. Alculn Eason, Jr., and Miss Carolyn Sue Halhcock. Concluding the evening, « hiif- 'el slipper was served. Mrs. Russell Paddock, molhcr o' the hnn- orce, presided at the coffee scrv- cc. A pink and white color scheme was carried olil with 11 centerpiece of pink cnrnnllons and white sweet peus, f l u n k e d by crystal candelabra holding pink tapers. Others who r.Uenried were Mrs. Major Joe Pcndlcton, Miss Anne Wiggins, Mrs. Jim Younkln, Mrs. Robert M. Rhodes and Mrs. Hob McKlnncy. Miss Paddock received n gift of silver from the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Outlini! Icfl .his morning to return lo their lome In Coffcyvllle, Kan., aflcr pending the weekend here with heir' son-in-law and daughter, 1r. and amlly. Mrs. I rch -Cloud, and Veal Reieftrcft hti provtrt thpic m*4. S QM thoroughly mtatrn In actjotV. , » ihown you whtr* to look for rtlipf from thoM tilitrnMtnt:, ntrvtu». "ovtt ·r torts" feeuntt of mid-life "chinee"! So. ..(lit Lyol- S. rinkhum'i VrrcubK Compound-- or nfW, Improved Ttblttl, with Added trool ( H'ondrr/ul, too, lor I/if functional point of menttrua! pRrtMfi.) II em IhfMfh · ··*··'· ·HWIkefe neenw ·»{«· ·Kflrf "MM *·*··"! FEEL ACHY? DUE TO COLO ' MISERIES ' /* /* /* tynplomotic ODD RELIEF IN CHICAGO, Pfc. William Womack and his bride-to-be, Kathleen May, receive- their marriage license from County Clerk Richard Daley (left). The former ballet dancer, who lost her sight two years ago, met Womack at a party five months ago and fell in love with his baritone voice. Kathleen's dog ''Bronze" (foreground) will be" at her iid« (luring the wedding ceremony at Holy Nphie Cathedral. (International) Son Of Dorothy Thompson, Sinclair Lewis To Play to "Merchant Of Venice" At U.A. Michael Lewis, who will appear «t the University March 1 In The Barlcr Mayers' production ot Shakespeare's "The Merchanl of Venice," Is Ihe son of two of America's most celebrated creative lalcnls--Dorolhy Thompson and (he late Sinclair Lewis. The young aclor, who has been* iissociatcd wllh the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and loured England In several rodut:tions, mitd-c his debul on Ihe American since at Ihe Barter Thcnlcr In Ablnirdnn, Va., durinfi the summer slock season this year, l i e has appeared in New · York television. With him on luiir is his bride. Ihe' former Bcrmukstle Manse, whom he met in France. She also appears in "The Merchant of Venice." ' Performances of "The Merchant of Venice" are scheduled for 2:30 and I) j). m. March 1. The Uni- verslly Thealcr box office will be open foiv reservations after February 27, on Saturday mornings and weekday afternoons. UA Music Pepaflment Represented At Meet Members of Iho Ulnversily de- inrlmcnt of music left yesterday mil will be gone through Tnurs- Iny, to attend the National Con- I'cnlion of Music Teachers Na- lonal Association, in Dallas, Texas. Those allenriing are Miss Calh- e".'nc Mcllugh, assistant professor f. music, Dr. Bruce Bcmyiml, as- sociatc professor of music, JlcrrpU! Hcadlcy, a^sistanl professor of tniiBir, and Marx J. Pales, as- I SPECIAL SALE TO MAKE ROOM for incoming merchandise', we offer exceptional opportunities to obtain those much desired quality furnishings at greatly reduced prices. OUR FINE FURNITURE including a complete bedroom suite with tester bed in knotty pine, o pair of twin beds complete with box spring and mattress, French Provincial, solid cherry drop leaf tables--one lazy susan model, maple hutch, cabinet and drop leaf table, Mahogany coffee, lamp ana end tables, cedar chests and various occasional chairs. OUR ENTIRE STOCK of famous name table and floor lamps, many with imported bases. CHINA including three complete sets with service for eight of a nationally well known moke. Entire Stock of the Above A DISCOUNT OF 20% FROM OUR REGULAR PRICE For the Remainder of This Month Included in this sale are remnants of drapery and slip cover ma. terials, some at o reduction of Vs off. BARRETT QUALITY SHOP 522 W. DICKSON FAYETTEVILLE si/lanl professor of music. Miss McHugh and Doctor Ben wird will appear on a clinic panel held by the National A soclalion of Teachers of Singin alons with pis members fro other slates. Mr. Hcadlcy will sin at a special Arkansas meeting to morrow at nonn and will he a companicd by Doctor Bcnward. Tanassee Display Shown At D.A.R. Chapter Meeting The Marion Chapter ot D.A.' met Thursdny nt 2:30 p. m., in Ih home of Mrs. ,i. Norman Payn with Mrs. Paul McWhortcr, a sistant hostess. Mrs. Harriet King cave the pr firam on "Approved Sohools D.A.U." There arc 12 schou partially aided financially D.A.R. nnri two schools owned an operated by D.A.R. These Kate Duncan Smith in Grant, Ala and Tanassee, at Tanssee, S, Mips King displayed handicra from Tanassee. Delegates -of Marion Chapli who will so to Pine Bluff for Ih stale convention io be-held Thutv day, Friday and Saturday Mrs. L. L. Baxter, regent of th local chapter. Mrs. Lcland Brya state historian, and delegate Mrs. .1. Norman Payne. Miss Geor gla Norman, Mr«. O. O. Maxficl Mrs. C. G. Melton, Miss Jul Vaulx, Miss Harriet King ar Mrs. I. 0. Miller. Mrs. Putney Guest Of S.A.I. Chapter Mrs. E. M. Putney of St. Louis Mo., visiting province presidenl was honored Salurday evenirij with a dinner at Ferguson's, givci by,active and alumni members o Sigma Omicron Chapter ot .Sig ma Alpha lota, national profes Kional music fraternity, and the! presidents, Miss Janet Lester am Mrs. Vcra Green. Mrs. Green presided during tho dinner. The lablc centerpiece of. red roses was a gift ot Mrs. Bu Lewis, an alumni incmher. Mrs. Putney talked informally (in a joint year's program to thi 18 guests who were present, were TO FRANCE-Jnmes c. Dunn, above, U. S. ambassador to Italy, has hern named U, S. ambassador to Franco by President Truman. Ho succeeds David Bruce, who relurni to Washington to become undersecretary of itste. Leverett P.T.A. Observes Founders Day ·· ' » Levcrott Sehnol P.T.A. held its annual Founders Day meeting in the school auditorium on'Thurs-. day afternoon. Mrs. W. C. Cross gave the devotional. This was followed by a business meeting during which the nominating committee was named. On the committee' arc Mr?. E. Whitchcad, Mis» Jewell Caudle, and Mrs. E. Mout. Room count, in charge of Mrs. E. Brown and'Mrs. R. Arndt, was won by Mrs. Wilson's room. Mrs. E. C. Tatum was in charge of the Founders Day Program. This was held in the cafeteria, centered around a decorated table. One tall candle was lighted as Mrs. Gordon Itowley gave a short biographical sketch of the life of Mrs. Alice Berncy: A second candle was lighted PS Mrs. A. B. Burdick gave an'outline of the life life of Mrs. Phoehe Apperson Hurst. This was followed by a mock broadcast, "Youth Finds A Friend." The voices heard on this broadcast were Mrs. G. Rowley, Mrs. A. B. Burdick, Mrs. H. Huclshorst, Mrs. M. W. Fields, Mrs. R. S. Fairchilri, and Mrs. E. C. Tntum. Mrs. Talum reminded the members of Leverett P.T.A. that it could be especially proud of its history as it was organized May B, 1921, the first unit to he formed in the state of Arkansas. Tribute was then paid to the past president and corsages were presentee to Mrs. Dclbert Svtariz and Mrs A. W. Blake. Corsages were also presented to the president, Mrs. H. P. Jenkins, and the principal, Miss Juanlta Caudle. Mrs. Raymond 'Edwards, Mrs. L. Hawthorne, and Mrs. R. H. Truax were in charge of the silver tea. Mrs. J. B. Stowe, Mrs. George Kirsch, Mrs. Leilh Ezell and Mrs. R. Burke were in charge of the nursery. SHELLEY'S FELLOW - Hollywood actress Shelley Winters snuggles up close to Her fiance, .Italian actor ViUorio Gassman, as the couple arrive at New York's Idlewild Airport. The tempestuous blonde movie star «ays they will wed in April ''il things worlc , " imoothly enough.^ _ _ . . . . Personals Mrs. Fred Belles of Eusscllville, [nd., is visiting here with her sis- .cr, Mrs. W. R. Spencer. Mrs. Kdith Lewis, who underwent an emerKency appendectomy February 18, was discharged Sunday from the City Hospital. She also had a serious case of viru; flu, but is reported doing fine. Mrs. Wilburn Flak left Friday to join her husband in Shrevcport, !,a., where they arc making their home at 1644 Dickcnsnn. Mr. Ptak is employed by -the Southwestern Gas and Electric Company. LI. Col. and Mrs. J. R. Crocker, Jr., and family are visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Crocker, Sr., Ml. Scquoyah. Colonel Crocker will go on a foreign assignment and his family will remain here at 525 Shady while he is sonc. He has been stationed «t Fort Knox, Ky. He Is a former Instructor in English at the University. "Book Fair" Tomorrow At High School To acquaint parents with-suitable books which their teen-age children should read, S t u d y Groups of Fayetteville H i g h School P.T.A., arc sponsoring "Book Fair," tomorrow beginning at 7:30 p. m., at the school: Copies of desirable books, being loaned by the Fayetteville Printing Com' pany or taken from the library at the school, will be displayed on several tables with one person at each table to answer questions. Mrs. C. Dixon librarian at the school, will speak on "The Adolescent and His 3ooks." This project has been tried suc- .ccssfully in other high school P.T. Associations, according to Mr. and Mrs. Neil B. Ingels and Mrs. Orrin Henbest, who are arranging the event. Phillip Mhoon is doing the art work lor the book display. : Mrs. A. W. Blake is chairman of ths Study Groups section and Dr. R. K. Bent is president of the high school P.T.A. section. This is the second in a scries of P.T.A. Study Group projects dealing with "Citizenship And The Home." Phillip Eagle Honored With Birthday Party Phillip Eagle, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Eagle, was entertained with a luncheon and dessert par- at his home Saturday in honor of his birthday. Following the party, guests were taken tn ft movie matinee. Scheduled Meetings Of H. D. Clubs Home Demonstration Clubs will meet this week as follows: Tuesday, Sulphur City, Margaret Price, 2 p. m., White Rock, Community Building, 7:30 p. m., · Fairvicw, Community Building, 11 a. m.;; Wednesday, Farmington, Club Rooms, 1:30 p. m', Baldwin, Mrs. Mack Shofner, 1:30 p. m., Baptist Ford, Mrs. Clyde Jones, I I a. m., Monitor, Club House, 1:30 p. m.; Thursday, Terry Village. Announcements Iris Garden Cluo Mrs. Charles'Salverson will en- eriain the Iris Garden Club at ler home Wednesday at 1:30.p. m., with dessert luncheon. Mrs. Harry York will be co-hostess. L. O. A. Class Of First Baptist The L. O. A. Class of. the First i MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL Baptist Church will h«v» a clisi party and covered dilh «upp«r tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock, at th't home of Mrs. Cal Collini. M i n i Vcra He-ad will b« astiitint' hostess. · · Order Of Rainbow Far Glrlt . ; The Order of Rainbow for Girls', will hold formal initiation tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock at Ma- - ir Hall. All Master Masons and Eastern Stars are invited. L.I..L. Claw of Finl Biptiit . The regular. monthly social meeting of the L.L.L. Clj.su of the First Baptist Church to have been ield Thursday, has been cancelled^ d -· to illness in familiet of t h e members. 40 Club Dance 40 Club will have its regular, dance Wednesday evening starting at 8:30 o'clock in'the Uark Bowl. 'ommittee in charge of arrangements Mr. and Mrs. Maupin Cumnings, chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. John Williams, Mr. and Mrs. ieorgc Cole, Col. and Mrs. Henry Jeilson, and Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Icnbest. It's so easy to relieve coughs and stuffiness of colds In a hurry this home-frovei way . . . with 2 spoonfuls of Vicks VapoRub hi a vaporizer or in a bowl of bofling wateras directed in package. · Just breathe in the steam I Every single breath carries VapoRub's soothing medications deep into throat and large bronchial tubes. It medicates irritated membranes, helps restore normal breathing. For coughs or upper bronchial congestion there's nothing like using Vicks VapoRub In steam. For continued relief always rub it on throat, chest and back. VJCKS WVAXORUI Covered Buttons -- Buckles -- Btlts Including th* New Contour Bcltt In Every Style Custom Finiihtd And Ready io Wt«r Ih* Same Day We Rtctir« Your Order. SIcH Green Stamps on Ertrylhlnj * MeKcchon's Fabric Center » «· These buy you half as much These are the coins that make up a dollar of the average family's income. They go about half as fax «s they did in 1937. This buys almost twice as much This one and'a half cents represents the part of th* family dollar that goes for electric service, it buyi abont-/i«ft!e as much Southwestern electricity as ft did in 1937. And when yon think of all the things electricity does for the comfort, ease and fun of the family, you'll count it by far the biggest bargain !· the family budgetl E. J. DYEM, oiviltON MANAGER

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