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May 2, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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Friday, May 2, 1952
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AMUUrtAl «,|t%y, May »,.1»M ·NNMMIIIIIMHWWijIIMIHWIJIIIIIIIItllMlKIMIIIIHHIIMIIIUIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIUli MRS, KATHLEIN DOZIIR Daily Calendar of Events tonight . r / ( - - AyetlevJH* AsJajctatloft id Life Underwriters Ferguson's, " dzark Mudhens, tfrt Jfrank Lety 7 30 _ · ·acuity DupUcatf j.toidife/ftudem Union, 7 30 ,-- · Saturday Country' Club, 7 Farewell Party Given For Mrs. Childrcss ;Mrt. Kathtrine Childreji : ; ; w«» jiiMt o£:nonor.U«t nliht at a·lipt- tyell p»rty elven for the h$me o( Jrtrs Nor« i M*«;,W«rd, pftUaint of th« J*oK Tldball-Au* tljary-tjf the Veterans of Fp'relr Win. Member! of tht Auxllia'ry par t! Ipittd In fame" during, th e( iiilntj after which the juest o Ji rior; received i Handkerehle iDowtr, Gtro« prir» was won by Mr«. Ev» A. Putnam. A |u««t prli vft ·itp, received by Mn. Chll wiii'from tht' hostett, and rt (AitimenU'wereMtrvcH. Mr«. Childreja and.-. her hut Miid, Hoyt Chlldrt'w, who llv ·lit c t , Fiyetttyiiie, have icie titir beta* «nd «rt-movlni to Ifi'mi, Fit. utnt TV Tttt jupid Strvlt* * TV SIRVICI RLSTATI SALIS CO. 0fcktta Phw. ill ff lit Irorlfv Ftt^if « LI--..;.. ^ Ajjj- i--it--^i-^i F w*. *^w vMiyyvnvn. ^·Sr^SE 3*. Crrr a nil ofTHii l« i Sub Debs Initiate Charlotte Anderson : Sub D«bs met Tuesday.for their reiular meeting at the home o'f Su( Cite, »t which time Initiation ··rvlces.,wert also conducted, for Charlotte Anderson, '·'..-':'' . _ Carqline · Stevehson,. president pniid and Miss 1 Anderson,-- who ha* .bUH': 'iri' Inactive ;ple'dge"- 'for th'i put «lx;'week«, received a corsage of white carnations. 4 ~.'H!ni. were discussed for- the club .'picnic to be held 'Sunday ifternoon «l t,ake\Wedlngton, , Mrs! Grogg, - Hostess To Community Club : -/The Otark Community Club met -.TUesday ; . with. Mrs.' Vcrnle Or«f(. "'There. Were i3 .members ina : twa iruesti present;". (Julitlng for tht hostess Was dune during the day with' a. lunch- «on iirved at', Birthday dues wir« p«ld by Mrs. Jtsn Chase, · 'Tht'. club has now adjourned until July 1.4, will meet it the home of M«. Clara M a n ' /· Marriage Announcied Personals Mr.^and Mrs. F; E. -Beth, have' returnld from. McAllcn, Texas, to ihelr'home herein Oreen Acr^cs. . Mr. anti Mrs. 'Bill Shaffer have received word that their son, Fred, serving- aboard the L.S.T. 827, has ·nd«d at Yokotukn, .Isptn. Mr».'Eu|ene AdKlns will le'aV6 next week to join her husband in Okinawa. She. will bi nccnm- lanled by her daughters, Sharon Cay and Ruby Jean,.arid cnroute hey will 'visit In Dallas,-Texas. Sgt.. Tommy G, Ledford, hus- wnd of Mr». Mamie Ledford o; "ralrle 1 Grove, and son of Mr. anc «rs..,J«s; Ledford, 411 Gunter Street, has:Just returned from 1! months| -.. service in Korea and tapan, /:';" ' ISijJnijib.erL'Swartr. of. the Unl- '»V*lIy; v *JM., «tal?d. president of he iflrltanSM ^'cadcmy''6f Science t-.ils Jljthf'.ahnual meeting held t ,Ark?hs«s' Sta^e.'-College Wert- itjday. fte"succeeds-.-Dr. E . ' A . pe|«ard of Hcndrlx, .Mr. and Mr». Ralph Burke, Jr. MisiHughey · Is Bride Of Ralph Burke; Jr. The- marriage of Miss Leone Hughey, ··(laughter of Mrs. AVinne- fred -jlughey.. and Ralph . Burke, Jr., · was 'solemnized last Monday evening at the Church of Christ by Fred tycClung, minister. Only ihe Imirledlale families were pres- The bride wore a frock of white crepe,- pinned -with a corsj'ire of white carnations, Her matron of honor, .Mrs, Lonnie Shook, chose for the' wedding a blue suit-^nd'her'flowers wire, pink carnations.- Lorihie Shook servec} the bridegroom as best Following, the ceremony, a reception was. held 'at (he home Of Mrs. Dick Burke. After "a short wedding trip to Oklahomi, the couple will be at home Irt Paris, Tenn., when Burke is sfatloned with the Coast Guard. ' Luncheon-Reception. Honors Caroline Sue Hdthcock BRAKES - LIGHTS - STEERING THE 116 THRK.OF SAFE DRIVING |M KOHLM and HAU ftr a FMI chtckup *n Ihtt* Important taftty fattan at Whltilcy'i Oaraf* · CORH« MOUHTAIK « SCHOOL Miss Caroline Sue Jrlnthcofk Was complimented yesterday «t a ·ccoptlon and-luncheon given by and Mrs. Herbert .Thomas, at the Hdthcock home on Washington Avenue! In Ihe receiving line with tho hbnocce mid hostesses were Miss 'Halhcock's mother,. .Mrs. Halh- cnck, her grandmother, Mrs. P. L. .Hatheock, Sr.,.and her aunts, Mrs. Fred Stevenson, Mrs. Steve Batei and Mrs. Ra.lph ..Wedlngton. The dining table, covered in lace, 'was centered with a pink cnmclla tree, encircled with icrfi. Tho tree liorc camellas, pink .tulle bows and miniature packages containing; "something old, some- ihing .new, something' borrowed and something blue." Olhcr flower arrangements used throughout the honiq consisted of larkspur, pink roses, lilles-oi'-the- vallcy, snapdragons, tulips, carnations and iianrJes. · ... Those who presided at Ihe table during the first hour were Mrs. Joe Holes and Mrs. Jim Butler, Jr.; second hour, Mrs. Van-Howell and Mrs. Mod CashiOH; third- hour, Mrs. Jay Fulbright and Mrs. Cllf- :on Wade; fourth hour, Mrs. Rex Perkins and Mrs. Harvey Joyce. wprir you _Super-Rich Here's the best shake-treat ever-- · super-big, (uper-rich ihake in your ftvorite flavor... tptatUy made, ipedtlly priced! Drop in and get a smooth, rich, full-pint Tut* ·' avShakc-lt'« the bifgtH, bt*t«M «kalce-trwt in town! Others assisting- the hostesses were Mrs. Jack Hyland, Mrs. Paul Rhodes, Mrs. J. B, Hall, Mrs. J. F. Palmer, Mrs.- Walter. Cole, Mrs. Jim Phillips, Mrs. Mearl McKln- ney. Mrs. ,T. W. Cain; Mrs. Joe Covington, Mrs. Marion Wesson, Mr«. 1 E« Tatum, Mrs. Maurice Renn«r, Mrs. C. C. -Yar- rlngton, Mrs. Karl Greenhaw, Mrs. Idus Cates,. Mrs. Jess Williams, Mrs. Ruth White; ' Mrs. Harry Schultz, Mrs. John Shoemaker, Mrs. Ewing Japkson, Mrs. Louise Lane. Mrs. Clarence Hight, Mrs.: John* Barnhill, Mrs 'Webb'Williams,.Mrs.--Frank Gordon, Mrs. Arthui" Harding; . Mrs.- Banks Newb'U, Mrs Nolon Helsterri, Mrs. t. L. Barter, Mrs. Morris .G. Collier, an'r Mr.=. Russell Howard. About 2ISO guests called -between..the hours of 10 a. m. and 2 p. in. 3eds Snub Jipinese Newsmen At Parity Panmunjom, Korea - I/P) · The Communists today snubbed Japanese newsmen jfln their first visit to the Korean tract talks. Nine Japanese correspondents accredited to the .United Nations Command, made their firjt trip to Panmunjom. . ' · ' · . . ' ' . The Japanese .newsmen said they wer* particolariy Interested in learning the attitude of the Communists in view, of Moscow's recent friendly overtures to Japan. But the Communists pointedly refused to talk to the Japanese. Party Givien By University Low Wives Mn. WlUlim Jonei, Mrs. Rufui Mills and Mrs. Jfp Evant were Bottejuf! list night to the UnU vertiiy Ltw, Wivei at a bfld|e party given In the'Student Union. , Prizes were .won by Mrs. Dennis Shacklcford, Mrs. Bob Henry and MM. Pierre Loiseaux. . Announcements DUtrlrt Nine* rtyettevlllt biatrict NUrie! will meet at the home of Mlts Maurietta Shoemaker,,228 Ottrk,-Mon- day -at ,7:90 p. m. . . Engaged of Mi6§ Edna Keith Watson, son of Mr«.:J* riiitchihs of Black Oak; it .-announced by her parents, Mr;-, and · Mn. E. 8. Clark o' Winijow. The weddliif will bi an jjvgnt of May 24. ' AGROUND IN THE ATTIC- When Thomai Ttlasco of New Cattle, Pa., decldtd to move the 17-foot inboard-motor bo34 he's been building in hit attic for the last two years, he reckoned not with t(it 89'A-inch width of. the window. With the assistance of neighbors, a 30»foot steel beam and several sets of block and tackle,: F e l a s c ' o ' t (hip was launched. He's now planning tb build a 21-foot cabin cruiser, but not in tht attic, says.nil wife. SPECIALS You'M Twin'At IB A Ptrmanint From NORMA'S SHOPPE All Pirmantnti Vi Prlf* "Monthly hins" stopped or omdiingly relieved hi 1 cul of 4 cam In d«ctoff ' · Chincw are you're putting up -- vitjiectssarllt/-- with the functionally caused paint, cramps and weak, "no good" feelings of. menstruation! For, In actualtests by doctors, Lydla Plnkham'i Compound brought complete br iiHkina relief from such distress in S out of 4 of the easts! LrdU Plnkham's Ismodern in its aetionl 80 (ct Ljdii I. Plnkhim't Veeatibli Oomimund~«r n«tc, improvtd Tabletl with tddfld Iron. B«e U-- tAkon throueh th« month-- It dmm't give rtHM Itom tbne biekachcB, jltten-- help ,rou fee Mtter tie/ore and durlnp your period . Or-- U you luf er from fuaetionni "be UibM" of "cbiAp of Itf«," flndmit holt vond«r/ul FinMtam's it for thttt, tool . I II km · nkllnl clttl « THE BLAIRS, STATIONERS Tht Oldttl Ofiict Suppy HeuM and Gift Shop in Horthwtit Atkanau MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS FrtHy - Ptrrti»n»n» -- Practical ' M«th«r'» Pay CarA-ic ta $1.00-Styl«) by Gibwn Try Our SAHITONE'S HEW f -; f MOTH PROOFING SERVICE Guaranteed six months against damage done by moths or until the garment is cleaned again, LADIES -With this service you can keep your light weight wools but for surnmer wear without any fear of moths! Complete Storage for Both Woolens and Furs 1 "'.·' FURCLEANiNG New and Latest Process of Cleaning and Glazing and Refinishing Furs like new--each garment cleaned separately, - WE GIVE DOUJLE ' · · . i SH Green Stamps on Cleaning and Pressing of Storage Garments PHONE 272 101 N. SLOCK ST. Whir* C/taftfag ft am Art Births Ctpt. and Mn, Rtjmonfl MeHenry Rogers-(Special )-Capt. and Mrs. Raymond MeHenry announce the birth bf a daughter Aprj! 28, in a hospital In Wichita Falls, Texas,where Captain MeHenry has been stationed with tht U. S. Air Force. Mrs. MeHenry Is ihe daughter of Mrs. J. 0. . Falleh and the late Mr. Fallen) formerly of Fayetie- ville. ' Mr. unit Mn. J»»« Nlccum Mr. and.Mrs. Jess Niccum of Fayetteville announce the birth of a son, May 2, at the City. Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. R*y {pierce Mr, and Mrs, Roy '. Pierce of Elkins announce the birth of a ion, May 1, at the County Hos- pttil. You 'Asked for Them . , . Here They Are! REPEAT SHIPMENT P L A N T E R S · Bran Flllgrtt . ; · Grttn Ctramlc lining $2.49 TUCK'S IM» North llMh. Nt*n« IS CENTRAL CHRISTIAN CHURCH 419 West Rock Street * / THE BUSINESSMAN TURNED PREACHER NON DENOMINATIONAL -r+ Youth Services' Each Evening at 6:30. HEAR EVANGELIST FRED HUCEELBURY Each Evening at 7:30-May 4-18 · i Sermon Topics for Sunday, May 4 -AM. "Hell's Angels" P.M. "Christian America" Broadcast Each Sunday Morning 9:15-9:30 KGRH Come and hear stirrtng sermons such, as "Is There A Hell?" and "Where Do We Go From Here?" EVERYONE IS CORDIALLY INVITED

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