Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 1, 1952 · Page 2
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2---NOHTHW«T AtKAWAt TtMM, faycMtrife, Arkarnm, Thunday, May 1, 1952 MM. KATHLEEN DOZIIR nillllllllllllHHIJlnlMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII mlnlhim IIMIIHIMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIl Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . BUdwln ComnHnder.v Knur. Masonic Hill. 7:30 Chapter K, P.E.O.. Mrs. William E. McNair. 7:30 Afherlcan Legion Auxiliary, Lesion Hut, 7:30 'ay . . : . .:onUct Club, Washington Hotel, 7:30 a. m. FSyelteville Board Realtors, Ferguson's, 12 20th Century Club, Mrs. G. A. VIncenholler, 3 Eayeltevilte Association ol Life UnderwriteTM, Ferguson'*, 8 bMrk Mudhehs, Mr*. Frank Le«, 7:30 Armstrong-Downs Vows Said In Brookfield Ceremony i i The weaaih'l 61 Miss Patricia* powns, claujhtDr ot George E - | » J I Downs, to Jack R. Armstrong Jr., M i f f pansss City, Mo., soil of Mr. and ' »" Mrs. Jack B.. Armstrong, Sr., Fay-; fttevllle, .wss solemhlred t h e j Jnornlng of April 19, at the 1m- jnaculate Conception Church In BrookJtleld. Mo. Monsignor D. P.| MuICahy of/Mated befor* an altar j banked with arrangements n f . Mis* Caroline Sue Hathcork, £»atar Iill6s'onit palms. B u r r l l n j j n rlde elect of lr« Parsons, was Complimented At Kitchen Shower tapirs and while »«tifl b6ws I. parked the bridal ftlsle. ; I .-A program of w«dtjin,{ music · 4' M . pl»y«d by Sister M«ry Linus, : drfinut, and soloist w»i MM. R. · SgRese of Bfuokfiel*. i; iTht.brine, given In marriage by "' hfe-father, wbre a lown of bridal -' siuh, ..lashioned on int princes* ··' qLmtilly .la« «tid short trim. · Hlr fingertip veil of. ill»sl6n fill ' With i l«« c»r. She carried i ;, btnuiurt ot Croft lilies with attph- ,-" ofltus. Anne C»roiuB, St. Joseph, .,, maid of honor, wore a gowrt (Old sitln with « fitted bodice · ** bouffant skirt. She wort !· miichini rfnlttt ^ad halo hat and ' -"-·'"·'·I bounuet of pink c«m«- compllmenlrrt w i t h shower and canssta kltehe(i party, InM 150 Guests Attend H,D. Open House Open house was hold yesterday afternoon at the Girls' 4-H House at the University, obsorvlni: National Home Demonstration Club Werk. About IfiO Washington County women crtllr-d d u r i n g the afternoon from 2 In 4 r,Ylork. Guost:t made a lour of Iho houro and grounds and c'hlcrlnlnmeni was provided by Miss M a r l r n r McKpehan, who played the accordion. Presitlinjj at the tea table were Mrs. Paul William?. 4.-II house- m o t h e r ; Mrs. C. n. Atkinson, first di«h. Hot rolls ind coffee will be furnished by ths women of the bo»t church. Th» program will L/ejln i( it p.m., followinf -the luncheon. Ushers have been announced by Mr», H. J. Meenen, chalrmin i the hostess committee, as Mrs. Bruce Cr:der, Mrs. Frank Lee, Mrs. Tom Smith and Mrs. 0. W. Garden Week Observed By Iris Club i Miscellaneous Shower Honors Mrs. Jim Ray families with *n lc* creim supper, May i«. The next club m*etlhg will bt held it tht Community House, Miy tl. Members of the Iris Garden ... . ... .. . Club were entertained yesterday president nt Washington County morning at Ifl o'clock with a cof- H.D. Council; and Mrs. M. Y. Hen- lee at the home of Mrs. F. F son. former round! pi'Mident. |Nnnri»m.ker. The occasion was in .' t h e otony charge of A miscellaneous bridal shower was liven it the home of Joyce Oiburri Wednesday In honor af Mrs. Jim Ray, who before her recent marriage was Miss Marlene Combs. Assisting Miss O t i b U r n j i i T\ f \, a U r Hnrna were Miss Wilda Gann arid Miss Ml KICrXONJ flOIIIC Martha Harvey. Special gue'ts wore Mr. Ray's mother, Mrs. Charles R a y , , and Miss Marva Combs of Little Rock, sister.of the honored. Game, 1 prizes were won by Miss Delora Wllklnso, Miss Helen Saml- lin and Miss Patsy Anderson. Pharmacy Wives Mee! Mrs. Glenn Ricketts entertained Tuesday evening at her home with a bridge and canasta party (Si the. University Pharmacy Wives Club. Prizes for bridge were won by evenlhi at lh* home nf Mrs. Russell 0. Ptddoek. SSrvlhg w i t h her mother- as" co-hostess was Mrs. Tom Pearson, Jr. .....^ Th* serving inble was in while j thcfnos.' Mrs. .Toe Reed Valley C:hlh was flower arrangements, and Mrs. Dolson 1/f-wis of the Combs Chapel Club was c h a i r m a n of the Refreshments Committee. F.H.S. Pep Squad Has Convocation' Convocation by the Fayrltcville Hlnh School Pep Sfpiad was held yesterday nt the school. Kenneth Crurtup was crowned as "King of Pep." His honor nunrrt Davis Duly ahd Gilbert Arnold. I During the convor.'ntlon 2ft n.ew ' members were taken In and five! honorary members, I n c l u d i n g Mrs. | 0. C. Ellis, Mrs. H. H. Htidgelis; i AfrYMIrl Marsha Vmidcrprlff, daughter | AttellU of Coach Jncl Mrs. Harry Varider- Of Vf/iiicfrtn Gwaltne.v, dMigh- I Uf WHlStOn keeping with National G a r d e n Week. Mrs. York and Mrs. Joiner served at t h e coffee table. Guests were Mrs. Thnyer Shellon, Mrs. Urban H o l l a n d , Mrs. J A. Joiner. Mrs. Harry York, Mrs. Charles Clinehens. Mrs. Charles Salvorsnn, Mrs. Bernire Brewer, Mrs. 1. J. Klrkpntrlcl:, Mrs. M. 0. Doolittle and Mrs. L. L. Shl.-mer. Flower arrangements brought by c.irh member of the grovp were judged for first, second ar.d third places. Mrs. York and Mrs. Brewer tier! for first place; Mrs. Charles Clinehens received second; Mrs. K i r k p a t r i e k , third. Prize* '.'.'Ore African violets. Bl-lff; Mary Lee ler of Mr. and Mrs. Francis I . ! Owalthe.v; and Ann Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. C.' with * rhltilitUrt bridal couplet, ehtlrclM with while flowers, forming the contrplMe. C«rt^«t» prizes were received liv Miss Vlrglnll Heel-wagon. Miss Ann Wlgiahs snd Miss Oretchen Women Interview Cendidstes T h t Fnytltevllle rrovlslonal Leslie of Women voters hns received word from Mrs. Mulph New officers for Ihe coming year tvei* onnnuncpH as: vlr- -to'thit o th6 rnald of Honor, Ititle, tnd ctrrW .vellow cir- fcM (or h*! 1 boimuet. it best mtn w«* .lerry ·" Armitrbni, brother of th« brlrl*- ·1 gfoom, and Richard D o w n » , · ' brolh*f of ths r)rld», w«« grooms- '· rhlm. O«ofg Downs, Jr., brothur ·1«it th* bHBe, »nd Chirlts O»rret :·: o^ Botlbn, MaM., were ushers, .; : !A. retiptlo.n fo\lo\i'«d th* cere- ; "n)pny, «l »M horn* of the. bride's ; «aht, Mr». P. H, Casey, «ft*r « w h i c ! ttrt WUpl*'!*ft on « *ed- '' on r*turH «nvthllon held in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mrs. JoHe« statds that liresldehtlal cnn- rlldntM will M Interviewed tonight by Members nf the Leflcur. . The broadcast,, over NBC, w i l l be heard from fl:3fl To 10 o'clock, our time, ABC will carry the televised program from t lo 7 o'clock. j-City, m.-"- , , ! : ' , ft . :(jut-oMown tU«st« lnclud«« Mr. Siifid M». J«ott Armstfohli, Jerry ·' AtM'trcing «nd Jimcs Armstronn, ;; »11 Hi r»y«ttvlll«. ''· Iffhe bride Is t grsduite of the'l § jvent of the Sicrfd Hesrt, St, t^h, Sh« ilso attended CUrke le^ »t Dubuque, Iowa. ·;: (The brldetro6m is « gradualt i ol' Da LiS»ll«, K»n»H City,' an* :· Sti Stntdict'i Gollete of Atehisoh, Announcements · Son's ohinel Cemetery ASMC, The inntial meeting of.the.Son's hapf) Cmel*ry .Awoclallon will b i ' h « l d a t ' S o n ' s Chapel, Friday night. M«y 2. Officers for th* coming - "sr will he elected. Nancy Chimblee. secrolflry; fty*ncy Carolyn Skelton, lrerisurer: Shirley Slanberry. sergeant; Cofnlyn Dunlavy, standard beSr- pri ClayV'i^tia ntivall, Caroline Stcvchsnn, Sondrs Morelnck, La- vlnls Lee and Mnrvclyti Rise, flap, team. Uihers Appointed For May Fellowship Meet A covered dish luncheon ami program, which will be open tn the public, w i l l be held tomorrow at 12:30 p.m. Ih Ihe First Christian Church in observance nf "May Fellowship" Day. sponsored I" 1 the Fiiyettcvillc Council nf Chiirch- Women, All nre asked In b r i n e a covered The entire sldlf of Recbf's Jewelry vsMth their ht.isbanrla !uid wive? attended the Arkansas Hf- I n l l Jeweler's Association a n n u a l convention In Little Rock the first of the week. The meeting, held flt Ihe Hotel Marion, featured a prl- vnlc showing of the Harry Wins- Ion collection of gems. Included in the collection were t h e Hope diamond, the Austrian Dlndem, Catherine Ihe Oreat sapphire ,ind m a n y mrrlcrn pieces set in diamonds. The hope diamond, welihlnk 44'A rarals, Shri | the I'alhcrlne sapphire. 337 carat arc vdh.ied at Sl.Sfin.nnn. Albert Cnbb wns elected to (h hoard of directors of the sta rtetflllers AsBOclallon. Those a t t e n d i n g were Oharle Swift, Faye Swift, Albert Cobb Mary Cobh, K n l l h Taylor, Edn Taylor, Robert Hall arid Joan Hcl Dr. Paul V. Petty nf Ihe Colleg of Education, Is In Memphis, Tenn where he is p a r t i c i p a t i n g In th rotiram of the Mid-So-tlh Con ference on Btiral Life . nd Edit cation. , Concluding the parly, refreshments (if cake rthtl cokes were served by the hostess. Good-Neighbors Have All Day Quilting The Good-Neighbor Club Wet with Mrs. Etila Bililrgs Thursday lor qUIltlrig snd a covered dish luncheon, served at noon. Those present were Nellie Cox, Erma Lee Becks, Vay Cox, Catherine Jaclt, Vinnie Blew, B e l l e Green, Ollle davis, Aurora F.zeil, Rosewood Allifioh, Leona Gaylord and Margaret Billings. * Mrs. Billings received spvertl birthday* (rifts from the group. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Ezell, May 15. BRAKES - LIGHTS - STEERING THE BIG THREE OF SAFE DRIVING Set KOHlfR and HALL far a FREE chtekup an IhMi Important »of«ty foctors at Whileley'i Oara|k COBNEH MOUNTAIN fe SCHOOL 5" (Greenland Club Meets ! With Mrs. L. Casey ! [tXtt. Loren C»s.ey of are«ra|nd i «» hostess to the B»j»lst rorrt "- Horn* D 4 m o w s l r » U 6 n Club, Eighteen members, seven guwts jd IiV4 children gathered for ie «1! day meeting, visitor! were j i«rs. Russell Porter .and son,; Tmmy, of Odessl, Texas: Wrs. i COM rtbngland, Tui»»; pkl».; Mrs. Ied Harger, Mrs. Denver Pholan, and Mrs. Duane Stecle of- Spring- dile; Mrs. Josephine Lancy and Mrs. B. li, Porter of Gr»«nl«nd. · {Mrs. 0. fi. Llndsey read from tbe Book of John and also g»v» s(»hort.Sk»tch of the. book, after Which she led the group in prayor. !The poem or the month, ·"Strength For My Day." by Annie Jj'lir.i, WM wad by Elsi* Chase. Mrs. Ava Terhune read s paper ol' clothing ap.l hints about buy. in*. A report nr. th* council \vsj gftin bv Mrs. !- S Tti-hune. , (Members voted to help with th? I btddlng project for the Tornado i Relief. Mrs. Joe Laney. pr«sldertt, | Ie4 la the discussion on club build- j inc. Ways anH means of raising i fuSds were suggested. Mrs. Hiing. land was winner of the mystery package. The meeting was adjourned - early to ollow nil to visit the 4-H I Club opfn house. ; -May 28 Is the date (or the next , m'wtuig to be held »t the W»lth«n · KirkpnTrirk home, W»si Fork. i Red Tag Days SPECIAL! PhiloMron (Dtvil's Ivy) And Pottwj Vines KM! 2Sc Volw. 10* our or POTI mt Flowtr J,* Shop bU Iwtlritr ioli §nd mll^i. (im^Ull fllilblllty. FOR AIL CHIIDRIN 6 MONTHS TO 4 YEARS WHITE OK BROWN ELK Slid 1 to A $4.75 SltM AW fe 9 1J.2J Fair View H. D. Club Has All Day Meeting The Fair View Home Demon- stratlnn Club met Tuesday for an all day nWtlng nt the Community House. There were 10 members anrl twn fu-sts present. Guests wert Mrs. Pauline Cornell- son and Mrs. Flora Jennings wbri became a member. Hostess for the day was Mrs, Eva Andrews. The meeting was opened with a song, "Home on the Range." Subject for the devotional was 'Women of the Bible," given by Mrs. Bill Hembree. Miss Baker, assistant Home Demonstration agent, gave a talk on selecting and jiiylng nf materials. The mystery package was drawn by Mrs. Alma Swaffhrd and gamp prizes were won by Mrs. Lola Whiteley and Mrs. Imogenp Hudson. The cltih voted tn entertain their Mrs. Hay Bschmann and ...Mrs Agatha Roberson while : canasta prizes were received by Mrs. Gregg Blomslrand »nd Mrs. Oeorje Pazdera. Others present were Mrs. Clarence Bolin, Mrs. Jim Steed, Mrs. Edwarrt Christenson, Mrs. Stewart Freedmin, Mrs. Willis Rick- ctts, Mrs. Heed Holimari arid Mrs. Wayne Griffin. Refreshments of cake, charlotte russe and coffee were served by Mrs. fiicketts. Leake Returns From Ozark^ Baptist Revival Ev»ngeliit A. L. Leaks who has just completed revival services for the Rev. John Terry of Ozark, report.* 44 additional numbers for the new church M Ozark. There were also 32 baptisms and 50 rededications. Mr. Terry was formerly moderator of the Bentoh County Baptist Association and p'astr at D6- calur. wood, Jr., have returned" from Columbus, Ga., where they' were called because of tht death of their brdther. James Denton Norwood, former resident of Lincoln, who .died as a result of an automobile accident. They were accompanied home by Mr, and Mrs. R. B. Norwood of Miami. Fla., who will visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Norwood at Lincoln. Mack Tucker, .Jr., SpringrUIc and Siloam Springs agent for Life Insurance Company of Georgia, has received a trip to Old Point Comfort, Va., as a delegate to .his company's convention, starting May 25. Mrs. Tucker will acco:n- pany him on the trip, which will include a sight-seeing trip to colonial Williamsburg. Used by thousands In redtlcinr Jiets--Jurtge's Roman Meal oread 11-19-tf Perfume Ihil ((irifls Q.--Detr Pemiy: i Utri fir. fume, but for tattti- renen or other its fragrance juit tfti not lilt an me. I have lelf lertrtl nf my friends thlt f not i »f«- perfume, but tint I mntt find nut about a lastlnt one.--Mn. A. W. A.--A particularly good idea [or women who claim that per- f u m e does riot "st»^ with th*m" ·i a Liquid Skin Sachet. Jt imnolhs on the skin very easily, and lingers longer because of its sachet base. H has I slower rate ' of diffusion and evaporation than any other typt of frairarice. Try his Houbigant Chintilly Liquid ' Skin Sachet. Only $1.85 plus tax ' at Quaker Drug. SPECIALS You're Twic* Ai LArely In A Permanent From NORMA'S SHOPPE All PsrrhsnenU /t Pfte» in mw.lmn.toii. 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