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ArkMMt, TuMday, April I, 1MI Cox-Fidler Vows Said Daily Calendar of Events ronigbt'.. . . Buti Deb Club, Sug Catc, 7 Navel Reserve Composite t'nit, Eason Bulliline, 7 ' Order of Rainbow for Olrl», Musonir Hall. 7 308ih Military Government Group, 112V4 Weft Center, 7:30 D.A.V,, Uglon Hut, 7:30 Enjineirinj Faculty .Wives, Mrs. C. 0. Cngburn, 7:30 V.E.W. Auxiliary, Civic Clubronms, 7:30 Ke^ckah Lodge, 10OF Hall, 8 t. Wednesday . . . Credit Women's Breakfast Club, Fersunon'i, 7 , in. Exchange Club. FerjiUKon's, 12 N«*-comer's Club, Women's Civic Clubroom, 1:30 D4 Gee Club, 4 Washington County Demoeratlr Women's Club, Ferguson's. 7 Nava! Reserve Electronics Company 8-3 Drill, Eaton Builcline, 7 Delta Sigma, Hugh Kincaid, 7:30 BBIlEt Volunteer Air Force Reserve Training Squadron, University ' Military Department, 7:30 AMVETS, CuiirlhouRC. 7:45 Henderson State Teachers Concert, IJA Concert H u l l , il .Wedding Announced Mother Chapter Observes Founding Of Chi Omega Sorority, founded at the University April 5, 180K, ob- ficrvcti thf founding of the mother was beifun by attending church in a body al St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Following " t h e church ««rvice*, memorial service hold af t h n grave of Dr. Charles Richardson, one of the founders of Chi PrnJrie Orove-Special-SQlem- nl/od at 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon, the wedding of Miss Mary Elizabeth FifHcr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy FIdler, to Wayne chapter, Sundav. Founder's Day Cox, POM of Mr. and Mr*. H. B. Cox,; w.'is performed in tne Southern Presbyterian Church. The Re.v. O. C, BiriwHl who performed the ceremony for the bride's parents, officiated ni the double ring ceremony. The clvinccl wns-decoraled w i t h baskets of while g l a d i o l i anrl while tapers in candelabra. The larfle B i h l o on the a l t a r formed the center of the floral Arrangement. Mrs. Kdward Broylcs played a program of wedding music. The bride wore a dressmaker suit of powder blue with white accessories. Her f lowers were v.'hitf* sweetness and carnations. Miss W a n d a Lnu Shofner. m a i d I of honor, wore -,\ navy blue «u!l I w j t h matching hfit. Her flowers were p i n k carnations, Rilly Wayne Morrison of Barksdale Air Base, Shre.veport. La., served the bridegroom as best m a n . Following a short wedding trip, a l u m n a e and active member? of the chapter. Miss Jacque Galloway, past president, wa* toast- m Intro* and Mi« Shirley Newman, new president, gave the invocation. Mis* Jobelle Holcombc, a Chi Omesn founder, and Mrs. S. C. Alexander, housemother, worn cues* speakers. At this time Miss Ann Wiggling received the ''outstanding senior 1 ' award, Featured on the program Omega and a wreath placed at his I for Ihe banquet were an accordion grave. A basket of carnationsjsoln by Mi.is Betty Henrici and a , M » n t by Kappa Sigma was n l s n j sextet composed- of Miss Henrici placed at the grave, w i t h Ihe i n - 1 Catherine McCartney, Zcrtenni* ficriplion "In memory of a great; Burbank, Joanne Hamilton, Cher- Kappa Sigma. Dr. Richardson." ry Cinglei and Eleanor Slubble- The a n n u a l b a n q u e t was held field. at the chapter house Sunday night Virginia Taylor y;as in ehnrge at 6 o'clock anrt was attended by of arrangements for the hanquet Muck ley, Carlisle; Florence N. Cat In, Farmington; Norma Grace Oodat, C'rossett; Claude Scott, Hcf- fington. H a v a n a - Joseph Francis ronuwinn '"i SIMM i v.-prining "lip, ;,, . -. ,, , ' ,, .; , Mr. and Mrs. Cox will he at home i Manes. Pnughkeepslc. N. Y.; Patsy in Prairie Grovp. Out of town guests fnr the weil- dlnr; wrre Mr. nnd Mrs. Glenn Fidlr'r and d a u g h t e r of Okmulgcc. Okla., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rrower and children of Fayette- viile. Mrt. Elton Skelton -Photo by Puska Skelton-Sprgent Vows Said At First Christian The wedding'of Miss Lorraine Sirgent, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. .C; W. Sirgent of West Fork, to Ejton Skelton. son of Mr. and Mrs. i GUy Skelton of Prairie Grove wac j performed Sunday afternoon at ,1' o'clock pt ' the First Christian I Church. The Hev, J. Robert Mof- f«tt offlclited »t the double Tins service before an «lt»r centered With the kneelins bench and cross. This was flanked by branched ctndelabri ind floor baskets of ctlli lilies with fern. ·· - . i 'Mrs. Shannon Boharl at the or- j rfn played "Dreamt." "To A Wild I Rote," "Indian Love Call," "To An I KvenlnR Star," nnd accompanied I fljiss Elizabeth Morris who sang j ' .The Lord's Prayer," preceding j the ceremony. The traditional j wedding marches were u?ed and i %lebcEtraume," was played 1ur-! IBS the ceremorjy, ·- i '.. The bride wore a'gown ol white | (Uenicon lace over t a f f e t a with i matching Juliet eap nnd mitts. Her '· shoulder length veil was of Swiss ! imported Illusion. She carried a white prayer book with white winged orchid. , Mrs. Bruce Crider, matron of honor, wore an atlernoon dress of chsmpacne and toast lace, fash- ! loned like that of the bride. Her I Watching accessories were of toast | colored straw, and her flowers were a corsaje of pink carnations. Miss Joyce Crider served as n wndlelifchter and Joe Parks of | Prairie Grove served the bride- i Uroom as best man. j · A reception was held in the ; Church parlor, follou-inc Ihe j eeremony. Members of the bridal ' party were in the rcceivinc l i n e i «nd Mrs. J. C. Fiitrnll was in ; oharfie of the RIICFI bonk. The ' three tiered while weddinc cake i was placed on the table, opposite : the punch bowl. While tweet peas Ornamented the top layer of the · take and also enrlrrlrd' the mlr- ' Cast Named For enefit Show "Bubbling Over' I B \vas in full swing last I,ou Mashbuni, Little Rock; Mary Lnu Csgrove R u t l i f f . Bethel, Kan., and Norma June Ridley, M o u n t a i n Pine. The i n i t i a l ion wi 16, followed by Ihe snnual dinner of the organization. Garden Clubs To Meet At Hall II be held April j |h 26th Anniversary Observed By Delta Sigma Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clork ,e Perennial Garden Club will Personals Mr. and Mr». Wesley Gordon returned yesterday from attending the folden wedding observance of his parents in Hill City, Kan. Mrs. W. E. N. Phillips left Sunday to a t t e n d the convention ol the Arkansas Federation o; Worn- | (; ovf r |, af cross this brid|« betwecr. home and school." Junior Circle C»tril Methodiit Ckureh The Junior Circle of Central Methodist Church will meet tomorrow nifiht at 7 o'clock in the 7 o'clock (or bruktaJt it ttrgu- ;on's Cafeterls. Washinrlon County Demnrratlf WoowB'f Clnk Mrs. Kyle Engler will speak on her trip to UNESCO tomorrow evening »t 7 o'clock at a meeting home of Miss Sue Voe, 204 East of the Washington County Demo- Davidson Street. ens Clubs, being held in Little Rock. B. J. Arbon left Saturday for cratlc Women's Club at Ferguson's Cafeteria. · England where he visit his I The Cloverleaf club will meet I Bertan Clau of Cmtral tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock | chn "' tn cl urcl » w i t h Mrs. Anna Mashburn, 430 Johnson Street. daughter. From there he will go to the southern part ol France to see his sister. Miss Jeannette Scurider has returned from Los Angeles, Calif., where she attended the a n n u a l meeting of the National Association of Deans of Women, March 31-April 4. Mils Scudder is serving a two year term as c h a i r m a n of the University Section of the Association. The Berean Class of the Central Christian Church will h«ve its monthly social and business meeting, Thursday at 7:30 p.m., in the home of Mr. and Mm. L. G. Cooper, 441 South Locust Avenue. Wafihinqlonn School Dr. and Mrs. Harrison Hale, former Fayetteviile residents, now of Magnolia, are visiting here with friends including Dr. and Mrs. Davis P. Richardson, Mrs. /. B. Clark and daughter, Mis" - . Jefferson School P T. A. The Jefferson School P. T. A. will meet Thursday at 2:4." p. m., in (lie .school a u d i t o r i u m . M i s s Dora Dean of the County Welfare , The chj|d Studv - Group ,,, Wash . office w i l l speak on "child wol- in|?lon Schoo] wil , me et Thursday fare." There will also be group | afternoon at. 1:30 o'clock, for its singing anrl e n t e r t a i n m e n t pri- | t h i r d in a series of discussions on viried by students from the various ! "Building Healthy Personalities." nrades. Refreshments wil be serv- I M . r;: - K J' Ie Engler will lead the cd and the nursery v.'ill be there w i l l be an executive com- ; mittec meetins at 2:30 p. m. 1.111; i-errnmai uaraen uiuo will ,,-.,,,,,.,,. «,,, , .. . « T . be hostess to all of the Fayetteviile Oc ? r f» S'J? ^ · ' garden clubs at a meeting to be a n d M r - a n d Mrs - Gll - v Kmman. held in Wesley Hall. At this time Dr - Ha1p is attending the Water slides will be shown featuring Conference, of which he is secre- chrysanthemums. tary. These slides, a collectim) of three sets belonging to Dr. Phillip G. Corliss of Summcrton, Ariz., were made at various places throughout the country, wherever prize subjects might be found. The third set shows how dahlias mighi be substituted for the chrysanthc- Announcements Auxiliaries Of The , *. 20th anniversary of the m u m in arrangements, using the nipht at Root A u d i t o r i u m fnr t h e Gamma Phi Chapter of Delta Sig- 1 sa me or similar containers. ' v a u d e v i l l e show, "Bub- ma. was observed Friday night | A pr bllnq Ovrr." which w i l l br prp- [ w i t h a banquet and danrc at the I g j vcn by ' Hie Baptist Association 'omen's Missionary Auxi- b e j l i a r i e s of the Fa.vettcville Baptist scntod thpve Thursday evening at 7:3(1 o'clock. The show w i t h Walllo I n q a l l s as j master of cpromonios and by James McDonalfl and Henry Scnmans, w i l l slnr Misses Kay Thninpson, El.-nnc C a m n b e l l , Mary I .mi Cute, Lena Sue Walker. Rus- sclllne CJihsnn; Mrs. Carol Kaylor. Mrs. Chprlcs nodri. Mrs. Hoyden l.rwis, MrR, Richard Grccr. Mrs. Hrlcn Graham, Mrs. Marjorie Smothers, Mrs. Veniln H n l l ; Jack Joyce, Gcortre Gciirhart. Jack WincKrart. Henri- Soamans, Hush Klncalri, Jr., Put Perrin. Richard Grcer, John Kane, 1 Dave Rurlpson, Erl McClelland, Boh Maedcr's square rlnnce xroup and Ihe Bubble Club Symphony. Thin production is to he hpld under Iho auspices of the Washington School P.T.A.. replacing Ihe rcRUlar afternoon meeting, with the proceeds to go for playground improvement. Mrs. M a x i n e Wil- klns, chairman of the f i n a n c e comm i t l c n . Is In charge of the show. G a r l a n d Whcnlcr is in charge of rntrrshmenls and the lickct sales will be under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley' Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Lsner. Ushers for the occasion w i l l he t " nw '- rplimlnary t a l k will e . Mrs. Jack Hvland. prosi- i A s K °ciation will hold its semi-an- district meeting, Thursday I discussion and the Rev. Edward ' University Women'R Club The spring luncheon of the University Womon's Club has been postponed from Friday, April 11, to Friday, April 18, because of conflict with the observance of Good Friday. The hostess committee will be composed of wives of the College of Business A d m i n i - stration, with Mrs. Paul M i l a m as c h a i r m a n . Definite plans will be announced at a later date. Credit Wnmen'* Breakfast Club The Credit Women's Breakfast Club will meet in the morning at Altrusa The April business meeting of Altrusa will be held at the home of Mrs.. Dwight Moore. 506 Vande- vcntcr, Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Record Relief for SOUR STOMACH For hetrtburn. *«, tctd indigestion. S u l l e n l y lOc. TUMS FOR TCt TVMMV THE BLAIRS, STATIONERS o n Th.s qu .r. Tht Oldest Offiet Supply House and Gift Shop in Northweit Arkantai BEAUTIFUL EASTER CARDS lVi Large*! Seltction -- Styled by Gibson rorcd plateau. The centerpiece was nn arrnnsomcnt of while sweet pean nnd carnntlnns. Miss Helen Crldcr scrvorl the cake and Mrs. Clara Hvrs'.dHlck presided at t h e punch howl. Mrs. W. O. Dritt ussistcd in serving. The couple left n i t e r Ihe reception on a wedding trip to Florida and the East Coast. For travel the bride worn a navy f n l l l e suit with navy accessories nnd a w h i t e orchid corsage. Mr. and Mrs. Skelton will make their home in Prairie Grove where he Is associated with hip f a t h e r nt the Crescent Store. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Comstock of Springdale; Mr. and Mrs. J. Ed Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. C. U Hilton, Mr. and Mrs. C, W. Saraeul nnd sonp. Clinlon and Clarence of West Fork; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Skelton of Tahlequah, Okla. Henderson To Present GuesI Recital Ai UA Violin, vociil and org.'in works will be presented in a jjup^t rpcilal Riven by f o u r Henderson State Teachers Colleyc f n c u l l y member? at the University Concert Hull at 8 p.m, tomorrow. Thomas Oroer, v i o l i n i s t , will P lay Somitu No. IX by Coirlli; I-a olin by Corclli. arrnnj;ed by Spauldinfi. nnd H o m n n r r from the second cnocrrl" by W i o n i n w s k i . Miss Kli?.;)bpth Nclms. soprano, will sine thr POUR cycle. "Womnn's I^ift* and Love.'* by Schmmmn. Chnrlr? Wilkcs, orRiinisl, will piny Prelude nnd Fu^m- in A Minor and Schmucky ilich, O li^bn f=orlp. b n t b by T3;ic-li: Toccnta Op. 5!) No. ft hy hopcr; The P r i m t t i v o Orwan by Yun; "I am blnrk. but comolv" by Duprc, and C'arillon- Sortl hv M u l c t . ! MIT. H. C'.indy S m i t h , hend of t h o music dr-piirtinoiit »t H r n r l r r - : son State Touchers College 1 , will i accompany Mr. Grcer and Misp Nclms. I Adnlr, Randell Robertp, Morion Cnrncs, Jim Smith and Lewis ! .Johnson, ! Phi Beta Kappa Names Nine As U.A. Members N'lne University students h a v e ] been elected to membership in j j Phi Beta K»ppa, highest scholastic! honor society in the field of liberal arts. They arc: Harry Everett I master. Miss Carolyn Stevenson, Sub Deb, and Gail Jon**, Hi Si. were named Jelta Sigma "Sweet- Music for the dance was provided by Jimmy McDonald and his orchestra. Friendly Circle Meets With Mrs. O'Dell The Friendly Circle Club met last evening with Mrs. Jake O'Dell with 12 members present and one guost, Mrs. Dorothy Barnes. During the social hour, which followed the business session, games were played and.Mrs. Clarence '."ice received the mystery package. Roll call was answered with "my favorite recipe." Members planned to go to the AQ Chicken House In Springdale. Friday evening for a birthday dinner, honoring several of the members. A card was sen! to a former mem- Clay Yoc, Richard Foringer. Bill her, Mrs. Roy Slane, who was recently seriously injured In an automobile accident. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Roy Ollvera. A lice's Beauty Shop HOW UP TOWK 7M E. MT. ST. Ptrm. Laltii Stylti Rtaioniblt Pticti Phant 620 or 2331 Evtningi REVIVAL SERVICES April 6 Thru 13. 7:30 P, M. Dr. G, W. Morrison, Evangelist JOHN D. MITCHELL Muiic Director E. M. LOGUE Pastor HIAR THIS! MHfAOHi "O«d'i H*M llmi," "InHtll Twlc. Potiibl*." "FiYt Thlnii Johnson Baptist Church JOHNSON, AUK. thii Eatter. .. lucky ducklings wtar Berkshire fHIER S H E E R m the new Kjntpr-urgf for feminine «rre*ories, it'.* slipcr joy tn wcnr hVrUhirn. They're tlif mrreM illii'inn of s t o r k i n g * . , , fnr ihr ifclimir look of Ifpi. nr«T! for now . . . in rc.lo.ri thai rcho nil ihe accessory news! STOCKINGS Ml IN II MNHI 91 ····· 11.35 II ··»«(*«* i««») ft.]) N,l«. 11, Most Beautiful Gift Wrapping in Arkansas At No Extra Charge "One of Arkansas' Pint Stow" rangcments. The Azorn.s are ROf) to miles west of Portugal. Lunch will be served by the ladies of the church. 1,200 The Azores consist of nine volcanic islands. Although Portuguese law requires thf people to wear shoe^. many sometimes go barefoot in that country. Fayettevilto Pre-Sthool P. T. A. Th« Fayetteviile Pre-School P. T. A. will meet tonight at 7:3f) o'clock in the Washington School A u d i t o r i u m . Miss Juanita Caudle, principal, will be the speaker, using for her subject, "Getting the child ready for school, emotionally" and "how one may help his child to Easter Specials You're Twice As Lovely in a Permanent from Norma's Shoppe All PermanentE 't Price Phone 323 121 W. Mountain Ahead-the Nicest Miles in the World Well, the day has come! You have your beautiful Golden Anniversary Cadillac--and are off on that cross-country journey you've so eagerly awaited. you're full of hope and a n t i c i p a t i o n -- h u t almost afraid it's too good to be true. Can anv car perform and handle the way people say this one does? You come to the end of the street that opens into th* crosstown thoroughfare--and the big, easy-acting brakes settle you down to t h e softest, smoothest stop you ever experienced ill all your life. ^ ou touch the throttle, and the great engine starts you out like the flight of an arrow--smoothly and s w i f t l y and quietly. Almost before you k n o w it, a light turns red-and, once again, t h a t easy, velvety stop. And then the green--and again t h a t s w i f t , eager move into action. Stop and go--red and green . . . and pretty soon it dawns upon you t h a t you never dreamed of d r i v i n g a car that handled and performed like this. Wonderful in city traffic--no doubt about i t l THE GOLVE,\ ANMt'EKSAKV And then the cars t h i n out about you--the traffic lights stretch farther and farther apart--and you find yourself on the open road. Instinctively, your foot goes down on the throttle; but, quickly, it cases up again. For you find yourself really rolling in a couple of hundred feet! So you do a little experimenting u n t i l you find the spot where the accelerator belongs for sane and sensible driving-and t h e n you settle back and relax. You scarcely seem to be moving at all. You h a n d l e the wheel with the weight of your h a n d . You're comfortable--resting--at peace with the highway! The sun rises higher and the road beckons cm. "Where did we plan nn stopping tonight? "Better take a look at the map and see what's on down the line. We're going to get a lot farther than I ever dreamed we could!" Yes, it's true what they say about Cadillac. Better come in and see it--and drive it--while you're in the mood! HATFIELD PONTIAC CO. 22-24 IAST MEADOW FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. I

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