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March 29, 1952

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Mt$. KATHUfN OOim tllllllMIIIIIIIKHIIIIIIIMIIHIHI lllilllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllHIIII · Daily Calendar of Events · Tonight . . . Family Night; Country Club, 7 Sunday. Osborne Organ, Art Center Concert Hall, 4 Monday . . . Hi Si, Clubroom, 7 R. O. A. Annual Banquet, Ferguson's 7 THIS TNT THAT ABOUT TOWN KATHLEEN DOZIER Last night was the night for the military with all the glitter of formality accompanying the buffet supper given at the Mountain Inn with the colonels and their ladies, the Henry Neilsons and Ray Alfords, as hosts to University deans, staff members, R.O.T.C. staff members and their wives and dates. This preceded the Military Ball, an annual affair, given at the Field House with music by Ray, Anthony and his Drchestra. Wedding Announced MOtlHWIST ARKANSAS TIMIS. F«vtlMvi««. Mtmm. fafeffey, M»nh 99, Invitations to the dinner-dance last night, given by Allan and Phil Gilbert and David and Faribo McNair, were hand painted, ho less, with the seasonal touch of rabbits, eggs, and chickens. Allan receives the laurels for the 60 invitations. Spring flowers were used profusely throughout the Country Club, as were candles. Dancing followed dinner from 9 to 12 o'clock. Neal Boaright, Kermit Burson, Milton Turner and Bob Smith were the men with the music. Not least in entertainment this week was the wiener roast for some of the juniors. Meqrl and Nadine McKinney entertained for daughter, Martha Nan, on her 12th birthday. Two bonfires were burning bright last night with about 20 girls joining in the fun. Acclaimed the most magnificent portrayal of Jesus' life ever produced in film, is the Pilgrimage Play, the greatest story ever told, to be presented tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock at St. John's Lutheran Church. This film is particularly appropriate for the Lenten season and it is being shown with no charge. The Technicolor and sound feature length film depicts the life of Christ from the manger to the ascension. Members of the cast of the famous annual Hollywood Pilgrimage Play enact the parts. Featured in the March 24th issue of Life magazine, full page too, is nine-year-old Mary Ann Stacker, daughter of Cmdr. and Mrs. G. F_ Stacker, of Camp Pendleton, Calif., granddaughter of Dean and Mrs. G. P. Stacker, and niece of Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Stacker, of Fayetteville. Mary Ann is shown in uni form of the Brownie Scout, peering at her own reflee tion in a pool of water. Proud grandparents have re ceived numerous calls and letters of congratulation Mary Ann's maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs W. J. King of Joplin, Mo. Her father is on duty at th U. S. .Naval Hospital, Oceanside, where he is chief o the radiology deportment. The Stackers also have three other daughters and one son. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Crudup of Fayetteville nnnnuncc the engagement and approaches man-laws of their daughter, Belly Jo, (upper left photo), to Robert Maxwell Shclloy, son of Mrs. Edith Shelley of Farminglon. Mans for the wedding will be announced .liiler.--The wedding of Miss Marlcne Combs (center photo) to Pvl. James Hitchoy Hay, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ray nf Fayetteville, Is announced by her mother, Mrs. Nettie Harriman of Fayetlcvlllc. The wedding was perform^; In Jcffersonville, Ind.i March'15. .?vt' Hay Is now stationed at Fort Knox, Ky., where he will enter attkttz Ivnlnln; school in June. Mrs. R.iy Is a student at Fayetfcvlllc, High . School--(Green's Pholo). The engagement o( M | ss I( j a B - e ji e p r jj{ 0r i (upper right pholo) to Wayne Baylcy, «in of Mr. nnd Mr». : O. F, · Biiyley of Faycttevllle, is announced by her parents,.Mr. and'Mr*;." Clajlon Preston of Winslow. The wedding will be an event of April ' --Green's Photo Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis, Jr. The v/cdding of Miss Marilyn Wessell, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Maurice S. Wessell of, Hiawatha, Kan., to Robert Davis, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis of El Dorado, was performed Friday, March 21, in the home of Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Frey on Ranch Drive, by the Rev. Marius J. Linriloff, pastor of St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Vows using the double ring service, were said before an improvised altar at the fireplace of :he home with baskets of lilies and 'ern as a background. Dr. Frey at the piano played a program of traditional wedding music. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a street length frock of blue silk shantung. She carried a white Bible topped with white rbsc-s. Attendants of the couple were Miss Anne Davis, sister of the bridegroom, of El Dorado, Miss Diana Wessell, sister of the bride, and Brice Albright of Little Rock. Following the wedding a reception was held at the home. The bridal cake, encircled with flowers, was served from the dining lable, appointed with punch bowl and silver cundeiabra. For travel the bride wore a brown and white t a f f c l a dress with white accessories. After wedding trip to Petit Jean Slate Park, the couple is at home here where he is a student at the University. ILL,Class Observes 22nd Anniversary The LLL class of the First Bap ist Church observed its 22nd an niversary Thursday evening with » party at the home of Mrs Everlt Campbell.' Mrs. Willian Keeton presided. A history of the class, which was organized in 1D30, was given by Mrs. Fred Brooks. The firs teacher was Mrs. Gfllespie, wife of the pastor, she said. Chartci members, Mrs. 0. F. Beaver, Mrs. J. A. Williams and Mrs. L. L. Mc- Kcehan, were present. They were especially honored with while corsages. The newesl carnation ents, Royce and Zana Lansford Visitors in town this week are Mrs. W. B. Mohan of Dallas who is here to stay awhile with Mrs. J. C Jordan. Mrs. Jordan has just returned from Dalla where she was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mohan anc Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Hosford. Friday Club was postponed so as to entertain the Texas visitor at luncheon today at the Washington Hotel . . . Mrs. David Block mother of Jere, is here from Wynne with Mary; Jere and Diane, for the weekend . . . Mrs. E. C. King o 1 Siloam Springs was here for o week with daughter Nadine McKinney and family. She left Thursday, flying to Washington, D. C., where she will spend some time with her son, Lt. I. V. King who is at Bethesda Md, at the Naval Medical Center Mrs. I. N Barnett, Sr., Batesville, is the guest of the Dr. Alfrec Hathcocks. She will be joined here today by Dr. anc Mrs. Wesley Ketz, also of Batesville. Taking advantage of the fair weather and schoo holiday is Rose McNair who left Wednesday for Little Rock, with Rickie and Mary. They will stay with Rose's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Richardson, while there, It's sorta humiliatin', yet it looks as if the society event (Dogpatch, that is) of the century cannot be avoided, Yes, Grannie Scragg announces the marriage of her granddaughter, Daisy Mae, to Abner Yokum, son of Mammy and Pappy Yokum of Dogpatch. The wedding was performed today by Marryin' Sam in one of his cheapest ceremonies. This comes after 18 years of suspense during which time millions of readers have been asking, imploring, demanding, and threatening the writer. Now it is hideously true, says AlCapp, origino^" ' · ' · ' · · '-"·· · ir strip, published in tH-*·'"" . 1 _v-unu returned this WCCK irom Kilgore, Vexas, where husband, Melvin, is in spring training with the Houston Buffs. Tina had a week's vacation there, while children remained here with grandpar- Easter rabbits and flowers were used for decora- ·ions at the dinner dance given by the 40 Club Wednesday night ot the Uark Bowl. Guests were the 3ene Tancreds, Ellis Sheltons, Bill Putmans, William Ferrells, Garland Wheelers, Bob McKinneys, Howell lones of Lincoln, Ralph Fergusons, Sgt. Bill McClain of Little Rock, and Lorry Reese of Tulsa. Featured ·ntertainment was the'Charleston done by Carol Cay lor and Alma Dodd, dressed in appropriate flapper styles, and a novelty skit, "How Could You Believe Vie"? starring Hugh Kincaid, Jr., and Lena Sue Walker. This was followed by some jitterbugging, also by Hugh and Lena Sue. Rep. Clifton Wade is in Little Rock attending a meeting of the state Legislative Council. Lynn Wade and Bobby Dean Stewart are visiting Lynn's grandparents, the Rev. and Mrs. H. Lynn Wade in Augusta, during the school holiday. Bridal Shower Compliments Miss Sargeant Mrs. Bruce Crider was hostess at open house and a miscellaneors shower complimenting Miss Lorraine Sargeant, bride-elect of Elton Skellon, Thursday evening. There were 40 guesls who called between the hours of 4 and 9 o'clock. White individual cakes, lopped with frosted while lilies, were served by Miss Helen Crider and Mrs. Jess Drill presided at the coffee service. The table was cen- tred with a crystal swan filled with hyacinths, flanked by crystal candelabra and burning tapers. Green, yellow and pink floral mints carried out the colors of .he flowers. Slock in a variety of colors, was arranged on Ihe Duffet. A corsage of while carnn- :ions was received by the honorce 'rom the hostess. Special guesls were Mrs. Guy Skelton of Prairie Grove and Mrs. C. W. Sargent of West Fork. rl Scout Troop Has March Birthday Party Girl Scout Troop 45 of Jcffcr- on School met Thurrday night at V i r g i n s Memorial "elhodlst "hurch for a birthday party ob- crving March birthdays, lhal of Jirl Scouting, the troop, Mrs. :alph Sims, Sue Rice and Gall arks. About 20 girls were pres- nt, each member bringing a riend. Patrol two with Mrs. Irene owcll was In charge of games, omc of which were life-saver rc- y, sack and glove rclny, Jimmy- rack-corn, t r u t h or cmscquences ntl tnxl-cab. Palrol one with Mrs. uby Christie, served refreshments Ice cream sandwiches, cake, old drinks nnd gum. Palrol three llh Mrs. Kd Parks as advisor, all previously dccorato'd the room Ith crepe paper streamers and alloons in thn Girl Scout colors, lowers were supplied by Ray doms Flower Shop. Pitrol four, Ith some help, donned «nd pul hlngs In order following the party. Fay-Young Vows Said At St. Paul's Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Martin of Route six, Fayetteville, announce the marriage of their daughter, Barbara Jean, to Edward H. Fay, Jr., son of Mrs. W. D. Young of Ridfjeticld, Conn. The wedding was pcrfomnd last Saturday afternoon at St. Paul's Episcopal Church by the Rev. Marius J. Lindloff. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attended by Miss Darlenc Dorman, maid of honor. Richard Rothrock served the bridegroom as best man and W. D. Young was ring bearer. Others present were Mrs. W. D. Young, Mrs. H. H. Frascr of Rogers, Mrs. Martin and daughter, Martha. Mr. and Mrs. Fay are m a k i n g their home here at 202 North Block Street. Doctors To Be Guests At Buffet Supper Invitations have gone out f o doctors of the Washington County Medical Association and their wives for the b u f f e t supper tonight in Ferguson's dining room from 6 to 8 o'clock. Tile occasion is Doctors Day which v;i.'! be observed tomorrow. 1 lostcsses a r e members of the Washington County Medical Society A u x i l i iry. Red carnation boulonnlcrcs will be; received by all the doctors ami tables will be decorated wllti red carnations, official flower. Piano music will bo provided (luring the supper hours. Jacoli Van Den Iterg, 220 East Maple SIrpel, has been granted a fellowship by the University of Illinois for the-coming ncndcmlc year. Hn will pursue advance studies In geology. member, Mrs. H. F. Hudspeth, and the hostess were also given corsages. The devotional was given by Mrs. Campbell. A vocal duct was given by Mrs. Campbell and her sister, Mrs. Paul Walker, of Rocky, Okla., accompanied Mrs. \v. T. Burdine. Mrs. LI Mr. and Mrs. Ck'orgc Mc-Connnll of Eugene, Oregon announce the birth of n son, Rusucll Dunconny, March 15. Mr. McConncll Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C, Mc- Conncll of Fnyettevllle., Windhani of. Waldron was a guest. Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Beaver presided at the refreshment table which carried out the class colors of blue and white in the "birthday" cake and flora] decorations of spring flowers. Twenty-two members were prescnl. Co-hosl- csses were Mrs. George Stubblefield, Mrs! Jacob Sharp and Mrs. J. D. Eagle. . Boy Scout Troop 100 Plans Scrap Drive Each of the 32 boys of Scout Troop 100, Lcvcrett School, have expressed the desire to' attend the Boy Scout Camp to be held this ummer. To achieve this goal they must earn enough money to cover Ihe cost of the trip. Parents of the hoys will assist in this effort and the troop is asking: the community to "Help them help themselves." . ·Next ''ilurday, the boys plan to collect ;:;ul sell enough old metal (no tin cans) lo apply on this ex- jcnse. Anyone wishing to contribute is asked to save all heavy mclal. Those who have only a few pieces of metal may take .hem to Ihe back yard of Howard Hudgcns, across the · strict from .cvcrett School; or to the Auto llass and Mirror Shop on.Meadow Street. Mr. Hudgens is Scout Master for the troop and George Moore is assistant Scout Master. Scouls will pick up any melal lhat cannot lie brought to these places. Trucks for pick up will be furnished by E. C-. Talum and Mr. Moore. The schedule and telephone numbers will be announced at a later date in the TIMES. Miss Ellis Is Bride Of W.L. Taylor, Jr. Hindsvllle-(Special)-Miss Vir ginia Lee Ellis of Randlett, .Okln and W. L. Taylor, Jr., of Walters Okla., were married in th' Firs Baptist Church al Chccotah, Okla, on March 8th. Thr ceremcny wa; performed by the Ilcv. JSrncs Spillcrs, pastor of the church. The bride, who was given In marriage by her brother-in-law .. F. Palrick of Iluntavllle, wore i street length dress ·( white lace ivcr taffcla. Her tlnRcr-Ui. length F ci! was fastened lo u cap covered I'ilh flower petals. She wore a hinestone necklace, a gift from he groom, and curried ui orchid urroundcd by stcphnnotir on a vhito Bible. Miss Joy Patrick of Kuusvillo, Icce of Ihe bride, was flower irl. Miss Beth Harrington, of Tah- cquah, lighted the candles. Mrs. L. F. Patrick of Jiuntsvllic, islcr of Ihe bride, was matron of onor 'and Mr. Delbert' Belt, of ntncan, Okla., brolher-ln-iaw of hi groom, served an best man. Leo Loomis ot Romilctl, Okla., 'as usher. The bride Is the daughter of f i t s . w. A. Ellis of ( hecotah, the room is the son of Mr. and Mrs. ". L, Taylor, Sr., ot Walters. Following the ceremony a rc- optiori was held In the church ariors. After a shorl \yoddlnji t r i p 3 Carlsbad Caverns and other olnts of interest In the South- rest the couple will be at home i Randlclt. Mrs. Taylor lived In Hlndsvillc nd Huntsvllle 11 number of years nd taught in the Hlndsvillc school ist year. Women's Civic Club Annual Luncheon Monday . The annual covered dish luncheon of Ihe Women's Civic Club will be held in the clubrooms Monday starting at 12:30 noon. In addition lo election of officers, Miss Heine Hughes will lead a discussion on women's activities, in which the f o i l - w i n g University students will take part: Miss Maria Von Slcin of Germany, Miss Hclmna Janischowaky of Austria and Miss Jacqueline Solet of France. Members arc asked to bring a salad, a dessert or a hot dish, or 75 cents. at Italians Received c At UA Wing Review Distinguished military students of the Air Force R.O.T.C. Detachment at the University, received citations at a Wing Review at the University Thursday morning. Lt. Colonel nay W. Aiford presented Distinguished Military Badges to the folovvnig Air Force R.O.T.C. advanced, students: -=i Clarence.R. Alls, 1 Don'n L.-Allison, Hugh D, Holing, Ralph S. Boar., Rodney E. Boo v Hobby'Li. Brewer; , Charles. R. Belvn, Morgan W, Bodic, Robert W. Childres, Ernest H. Cox, Marvin L. DerntHh, James C. Emery, Adarln D, Ffjrnicr; ' Harvey E. Hawkins, Hobert J. HcHslon, Richard E. Highfill, \Vlt- iam S. H o l l i s ; . . . ' i-~ ' Billy li. Jones, Jnnien F. Koonco; lohn P. McClnly, Raymond H.- Mvdlln, Stephen V. Morse, · Wil- Inm.S. Ncnl, Caylord M. Not- hropj .; Wayne D. Orlloff, James R. James li. Younkin.:. . \-T' 4 '' .These; awards aro made,.cacti,, year to the outstanding 'studeriti of the. Air Force R.O.T.C. Detachmcnl: The Award entitled thws student! to. become. ellglb!e;for the a w a r d - o f Outstanding:-Military Graduates and also .become^ oltjjtr. b l c ' t p apply for regular cbmhi(s.r sions in the United States' Air Force'.. ."· '·'.' Year 'Rxmnd Club Meets With ; Mrs, Wardlaw v Mrs. Howard Wardlaw tots ; hostess : -, to,;J7 members o{, the. Year, 'Hound ;Cardcn : Club Thuriir, day afternoon at her.hoiiie. Gucita Tor the' meeting wero.?,lr»r W. J5. : K.:· Phillips, Miss.Lola. Ellli,,art* ' Mrs..Dwlght Isloy who discussed j "famous ,'gnrdcns. of the South." : Ar'nomlniitintf committee ..wit-,,appointed Including Mrs.' A. A. · Ladon, Mrs. E. A. Hill and Mrii : Ollvp King. In concluding', the program Mrs. Joy Pratt Mirk-'! l a s c h , Stanley R. Boblnson; ham save''an account of her trip 'amcs H. Smllh, Norman E. Snow, lo Greece, Emll S, Sorct, Horace E. Saundera; Bobby D. Smith, John II. Suttlo, ·'orrcst M. Tcnminl, Albert. 1.. Wilkinson, Hessec K. Browning, The hostess hud arranged inrlnf. : flowers on the refreshment ..tablf' from which a desert co^tttt"vi»ti \ nerved. ,,,· .'. · ' '.' ' ··-'.' ' ·'''!''.,··'· "The Friendly Church famous For i .the Gospel" Invites You To A Simultaneous Revival March 30 throuqh April 6 131,74 fnr one 6 piece plare-rttring including Fed. til rLAT SILVER WITH A HOLIOWAH MOW "English Gadroon"* adapts'10 flat silver the world's most widely- lined liollownrc decoration, the "gadroon" border. The pattern employs liiir, lief vy border in true form broken only by scrolls just above the lines and al the top of the handle. A plain center panel contrasts e f f e c t i v e l y w i t h the liurdcr which combines modrraic Hutings and low relief to st! up an interesting interplay of liglils and shadows. We Invite you lo, see "Knglhh Gadroon" at our store. P.S. Ask to AIC the exclusive Oorham S t e r l i n g one-picce, tknl-rcmlant knife handle. · TtUtf ·*!!!. A plnct'ttliinfc Infinite* -Itnifr, fork, leif.pwm, naiad fork. Imlter [rrfld^r, ind cream wmp tpoon. 8 East Ccnttr Phont 2614 No Inttrast -- No Carrying Charge Garland W. Morrison, Pastor-Evangelist (5th revival in FayetteviU* tine* 1938) Hear These Sermons: "The Love and Wrath of God" "5 Things God Does Not Know" "Is Hell Twice Possible?" "The Trinity of Hell" "Man's lost Thoughts on Earth" "When Skeletons Come Out of Closcti" "5 Sins Aqainst the Holy Spirit" "I Dare You" "It Heaven o Reality?" . .· J. F. Moreland, Etangelistic-Siiigef | S E R V I C E S | Morning Evening ' 6:30 Free Breakfast 7:00 . 7:00 Bible Conference Evanfalritie GOOD JINGING-SPICIAl MUSIC-OOSMl NtlACMNO IMMANUEl BAPTOT CHURCH Corner of Stone ft Duncan Strt*H --.·** -% '· * r

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