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NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMiS, FayMMviN., AHumM*. Saturd.y, M. r 17, IMt ^hopei Wedding Performed JeQ Honors Miss Hdthcock 'AtJ. F. HylandHome MRS. KATHLEEN DOZItt iiiiliiiiHliiiiiiniMiiiiiiiiiiti iiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiii Hiiiiimiiiim mill · Daily Calendar of Events · DAILY CALENDAR OF EVENAS Sunday . * . American Legion Auxiliary, Legion Hut, 1 Helen Hughes Organ Concert, Art Center Hall, 3 Barham-Stubblefield Recital, Art Center Concert Hall, 4 Janio Smith Violin Recital, Springdale, 4:30 Monday . . . Great Books Group, Mattie Cal Maxted, 6-30 Hi Si Club, Clubroom, 7 Farrr.ington Lodge, Farmington Masonic Hall, 7:30 Fayettcville Lodge 740, Masonic Hall, 7:30 THIS 'N' THAT 4 ABOUT TOWN KATHLEEN DOZIER Martha Harlan, daughter of Brunette and Grady Harlan, arrived home last Sunday from Memphis, to be the honored one at numerous parties given this week and planned for the next two weeks preceding her wedding to William Pritchett Morgan of Atlanta, an event of June 1. Martha is still thrilled.over the' luncheon, given for her the day before she left Mem- i phis, by former school friends, Alice Kiech of Jones-i boro, and Jane Jarman of Helena. Scene for the party i MJ SS Rc ba McNeai became was the Venetian Room of the Hotel Peabody, with i ceremony performed ycster music furnished by Frankie Masters and his orchestra. D- L Dykes ' Jr - in thc cna Martha received a gift of sterling from her friends. Among the parties given this week were, first a tea given Wednesday at the home of Gladys Sonneman with co-hostesses, Louise Cummings and Amanda Hilton. About 120 guests called between the hours of 3 to 5 o'clock. Everything was in the "pink" what with pink angel food cake served from a pink table, centered with pink magnolia leaves and peonies, and completing the picture, Martha and Brunette with pink corsages. Thursday was the day for Kathryn Woodruff's and Lillian Dyess' luncheon and crystal shower, which was at Kathryn's home and given in fine fashion for the bride elect. Parties planned for, her this coming week include a luncheon Tuesday at! the home of Rose McNair with Jean Greenhaw and Miss Howard Engaged A ten, honoring Mi.,s Carnlu'.e i h n n o r r e . her m o t h e r . Mr.-. Loyre Sue Hothcock. bride elect of In : HMN'f'ck. awl I he hostesses. Parsons, was men yesterdaj a l l - 1 M r s - t|ro;l s !"'-ensrn. Mrs. Al- cnioo:: from 3 to fi o'clocl: at l h e : f ( ] V i i ^ . i l '-i' "'.'·· . . . · ' ' ' ( ' ; Hylaml home on Hast L a f a y e t t e . "i.'tccl v.-cr." Vi". K. N 1 . C.-irrlnn. , Street, by Mrs. J.irk liylan;! a m i . . M r s . ,)«. HMcs. Mr' J a m e s Plnl-' 'Mrs. Jim Rullcr. j l j p s . ?,;,.-. R a l p h V.'cilini'li.n, Mrs. | Clusters of silver bells tied with Hnrry K h u l t z ; pink and white ribbon were pi; I... |Cd at each end of the tea t.-ililc. Mer! i';is!:ion. \; r s. Larl Dyes.-, ! and centering the t.ihle was a n ! Mr;:. W a l t e r CnV, Mr-. K. C. arrangement of pint: peonies ami Tatii.ii, Mrs. 1'. I. Haihi-ncl; Sr. | pink larkspur. Pink candles i n ! Mrs. C l i f t o n VCt.iii-. Mr- Herbert I silver holders flanked the flor.il JThoni.-ir aiH M": V.n H o M c i l ccnlerpiece. . j A piece of .'.her v.as received ^In the rcceivins line v.-crc the !hy Miss H n l h r o k as :i li'iMiw; i r i f t . jGraduating Class Honored | By Bates School P.T.A. Seniors Honored By W.S.C.S. With Banquet limes P.T.A. met n t t h e i J. lil-ucc K e l l a r w:i iu:Mrillc-| as prcsidi'iit. O t h i T of- i ficer:: installc'l arc: : Mrs. T. L. Myers, vice president; ' Mrs. A r l i n Jones, s e c r e t a r v ; Mr.;, i Elmo V a u g h n , t r e a s u r e r . M i s s J u a m l i i Prater conductcl the in- : stallation service. Committee c h a i r m e n were named by Mr. K e l l a r as: Mrs. F. ; N. Stnckcy, program; Mrs. C u r t i l j The a n n u a l banquet for uradu- | atiim seniors of the senior rlcpait- ,,. .1,,,, i ment of Central Methodist Church, j Crouch, safety; Mrs. Charles : were special guests at the annual i Dotici, hospitalitv; Mrs. D. F. Kait! senior banquet given last evening """" I at the church, by the Women's ie the bride of Robert Stanley Arnold, in a ! Society of Christian Service. Ap- ·rday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock by the Rev. j proximalely 100 attended, inelurl- i o£ central Methodist church. (Bnh ' s TM olo ,-._-, Jinner table, Year'Round Club, white ribbon; bride's luncheon, Trowel and Spade; children's party, Fayetteville Club; supper on the terrace, Iris Garden Club; spring luncheon, Petunia Club. Judges were Mrs. Jesse Cox, state horticulturist of the Federation of Garden Clubs, Mrs. H. G. Elliott ing adult workers and special guests. Mrs. D. N. Misenheimcr, president of W.S.C.S., fiavp the welcoming address, A'hich was fol- ..-, - - · - - , u. r. JJIIM- ' ^TM"^TMTMTMTM»"^"""""""TM"WW««.W*I^B»»W^^^B» Pi-ling, prc-school; Mrs. Gii'KK l l o l - 1 The engagement of Miss Nancy Howard to Edmon.il Se.llfr. »on of Mr. land, parent education: i and .;irs. W. A. Dollcn, Sr., of Hector, is announced by "her parental Mrs. Keliiir, magazine; _Mrs. \Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack 11. Howard of Fnyetteville. The wedding will b» B , He- r'n-l'"' 3 ·''Ml''-'-'^-! 1 ' I i l ' ' °" '' vc '" cpf J u n c 7 ' "' " Pm - in tnc Howard home. Dr. Walter L. ,.,'. , - · · nc '! °"..- '; v!l ,,'" s .',' 1( Y n i Johnson w i l l officiate. Miss Howard attended the University until the year and Mr. Bollcn will graduate from the University this spring. publicity. j ' K The 27 members of thc s i x t h i _ grade g r a d u a t i n g class were i n - 1 (Green's Studio) f t l a l l v . - H I I ' M I C I H I I J ; Vld.T.I W t 1 (. I I 1 - | Irodiiced by their teacher, Mrs. j the auspices of the college. Everyone ( """ lir '-"""-'' ='·"··" ""l ! ··- " P !ay compositions o f ' Dinner and playground. ,. T · Graduates me: l . a n v Roqan. hon. Jprnl Garrison, retirinc prcs- ; Leslie Baker. Naomi Hakrr. Mar- K ,...x ^v/,o^ H cj. inuiiauuv YTua IMC uuv iur rsuinrvn ,,* »u r: j i.- L r~ i ^-i . . , ,, ^ '"ent of the Foundalinn. welcomed ' lha Baker, owanda Davi.', F,dw:ird Woodruff's onH Lillinn Dvow' l.inrhenr, TMA ^r\?JtV,l ° hg FederaflOn °f Garden Clubs, Mrs. H. G. E iott, the seniors. The Rev. D. ],. Dvkes. Hay Evans. Donna Kri'.z. Carolyn w o o d r u f f s and Lillian Dyess luncheon and crystal Qnd Mrs Ernest Sh ,, Qccreditpd f | ower sh ' I Jr., W ve an address .,,d vircii ^bbard.zcid,-, iia Z piwood, Bobbie shower, which was ot Kathryn's home and a ven in h-Hnpc fmm H^t ^ ' T, accreQI ' ea Tlower snow, BIn chr ,irTMn of the Board «"· Jackson, j,»- Jones. Wanda l ro TM Hot S P nn 9 s - Th ere was an attendance I of stewards, made the prew ni»- ·-- »M»i,..,.i. / i i i i v i i IMI.I J I N - in,.mi cu u.i iiiu-n l u r f L n c i , -Viis. me fluhpiccs oi me i oiicgc. everyone welcome. Baroftcua lowed by thc response given by ' Curtis Crouch. Siie compliraenlcd ! j| 0 will p!ay compositions of . Dinner and Carnival Fun ' for Martha Brockwr.y. Guests were j her class and g.u-e special regoc- | n a c h, .Schumann. Beethoven. ' all. St. Joseph's Catholic Church Wat^nd^ur^cr ? r * !'S !n° ,!!e'f.,±,g ^,,^ ""-, ViHa-Lob^and Have,. Tuesday, Ma^ 2 0. «ro m , to ,, presented a number, -Tea ' f o r ^ SiTM ,'^X,^ L - ,, . , ' nlavcround. F l i n f l O r R r i n n D ^ n ou ^ Kari ^ ng flivor--Jun** 1 * Two.' On behalf of Wesley Founda- 400. ,,..,,*, ^ f A,I . r . , , Jones, J u d i t h Jones, Joyre, Karr; B i l l y McGuirc. J i m m y Myers, Carolyn Osburn, Mur::ha J i i \f- . l i l and Mary Kincaid will entertain. . . . tion of Mew Testaments to each iu«4i, t i\, · · , , i Dal'-' House. Clara Ann Shackel- Motheis of the seniors assisted f ,,,. d J i m m v sh .,,,.,,, SmUh in serving am. Miss Norma K m - J E i b p . i stout, Everett Vaughn, nen, senior president, served as j Bobbv Wilson, Charles Wood and mistress of ceremonies. The bene- I Francis Smith 1 . gram of songs and dance was ] Compliments Mrs. Read An outstanding flavor--Junftf Roman Meal Breid. 11-ll-tf AdFrtlM! In llw TTMtR--It Pi Beta Phi Mothers had their annual Mother's IMisS Day luncheon last week at the home of Mrs. Roy Williams. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. C. G. Hall of Little Rock, Mrs. Stedman Wilson of Hot Springs, Is Bride Robert Stanley Arnold ~ '--· j v/ith a bridge-luncheon and crystal The wedding of Miss Reba Mc-« Neal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs j Xzin McNeai. to Robert' S t a n l e y ' A / f ,,,, Arnold, son of Mr. and Mrs. John 1V11J5 Stanley Arnold, was performed yesterday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock in the chapel of the Central Methodist Church. Vows were said bc- ith tapers in candelabra. The Rev I D. L. Dykes, Jr., officiated. Mrs. Roy V. Simpson played a program of wedding music, inchid- .--- wedding marches, !" by Debussy, "Avc 1^1 .-lint i\^v-r\, ITHO. ~jicumuii vviibun ui nui jprinys, and Mrs. C. M. Flickinger of Siloam Springs. Officers for next year are Mrs. Paul Rhodes, president; Mrs. V. W. Adkisson, vice president; Mrs. Powell Rhea, treasurer; and Mrs. Earl Stokenbury, secretary. , .,,. n ! " ] oaisi unurcn. vows were said bc- Lillian Payne entertained with a tea at her home I tm ' e an all " r - centered with a A *. yesterday afternoon from 2:30 to 4:30 o'clock, in wn?'whUe^p^iw^ind^whiu'i honor of Vera Cohee, wife of Dr. George Cohee, head ' .. . s -1 " ' = . -. of the University geology department, who will leave soon to accept a position in Washington, D. C. Presiding at the tea service during the first and second |-ciair do Lunc" by Debussy -AVC hours were Mary Jane Covington one! Helen Jo Ad-l Maria " b ' Liszt . "Benedictus" by kisson. Assisting with the receiveing and service were Kar «- Elcrt .."I« u . m : ri ".- b - v _ s chu- Betty Lewis, Ruth Shelton, Polly Hallbom, Helen Downs, Florence VanDenBerg, Judy Eby, Marian Muffett, and Mary Evelyr, Jones. An array of blossoms were arranged all about. . . . As yet unknown is the gentleman who entered "virus" in the men's section of the flower show, held this week by Fayetteville Garden Clubs. This was cleverly carried out by using a grey earthen jug with lines formed by onion blooms and a huge peony poised high on the jug. Said to be the biggest and best -- , , of Fayetteville flower shows, having numerous out- j "TdyMcNeai, sister of the bride, standing displays, the entire program was well exe- served as candieiighter, and she cuted by Irene Stearns, general chairman, and committees. "Nlnture Svmnhnnip; // \vnc rlpnirto.-! nn tho Hc-freshments of cookies and punch were served tn the j{radu- j shower, Biven it the Woodruff home, c o m p l i m e n t i n g Miss M a r t h a Harlan, bride elect of V.'illiam P. Morgan. Jl'he luncheon table was covered wi h a linen culwork cloth. An i , chonl c h j l d w a s announced lor a n t i q u e mirror p l a t e a u , centering i Mllv 2 7. from !! a.m. to 12, noon, at the table, held n silver basket f i l l - i Levcrett School, ed with pink sweetheart roses sur Mrs. R. G. Woodruff and t.rs, Pearl Lee were hostesses last night at a dinner-bridge given in honor of Mrs. T. P. Head, at the Woodruff home on East Prospect. Guests were Mrs. J. H. Mulkpy, Mrs. Carl Hancock. Mrs. Jim Gleason, Mrs. Maupiti Cummings, Mrs. Gerry Hudson, Mrs. Earl Dyi-ss, Mrs. J. W. Holder; iiiini/ii \VI-M- IT.-I \ ^ d in M M - J J I U H U - i Mrs. Dick Pratt. Mrs. John Hila t i n g class, to those on the pro- ! ton, Mrs. Preston Woodruff, and grain, and to thc parents and ! Mrs. Karle Smith. teachers. i .-TT^T- T-T-- . -.- -.- -~-?-^ :: ._, _-A H e a l t h Clinic for the pre- I helh Shipley. · Vrb*nii. Piiunlai, tearltt Sag* and Many Olhar Ftow- tring Planti · Tomalo, Ptpptr and Eg* Planti · Summar Blooming Bulbt ta4 Flow*r ft*«di A D A M S FLOWER SHOP Phon. 920 11 N. Block h.v lacclon. Ta silver candle II pink holders | Robert Smith To Play Smith College maann, and Barnby's "O Perfect Love." She accompanied Miss Irla Weir, who sang "I Love Thee" by Grieg and "At Dawning," Cadmav.. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white lace over white taffeta, fashioned with a bouffant skirt. Her fingertip veil of illusion was attached to a white bee Juliet cap. She carried a white Bible topped with a white orchid. Donna Jo Greer, maid of honor, was dressed in a blue oryandy I gown with matching Juliet cap. I styled like that of thc bride. She j carried a mixed bouquet of spring rounded f~ \ tapers in VjlieSt i completed ; sages of sweetheart roses were received by the honorcc and her. Robert Smith, piano instructor | mother. Mrs. Grndy Harlan. 't at the University, will give a j Mrs. Preston Woodruff and M.-S ! Pr; . 7r ' f n r lnc afternoon were 'piano recital Sumiuy afternoon at . . _ " - - · | v.-o-. - ~iiss H a r l a n , Mrs. Leonard 3 o'clock in the auditorium of thc End Dycss c n t o r i n i n e d Thursday i too wore a dress similar to the bride's, done in pink organdy. Gilbert Arnold, brother of the served as best man. chose for her mittees. "Nature Symphonies" was depicted on the stage of Wesley Hall with a garden scene complete Mrs . McNeal ch , BC for hor with garden furniture, a girl, shrubs, trees, flowers, daughters' wedding, an aqua lace and the song of a canary, with a mountain as back- i f r o c k and whlte acrcMnrl(ls - she ground. Tobies, . Mrs. Arnold, mother of the brkle- proom, chose n natural silk shnn- dress and while acccsporics. DENNIS THE MENACE ^ ~ | I U I 1 K UICTv.-, ilMU \MIIHJ .H. L V i l M J I H..-1. ~~ i Her corsage was of while tfar- - reception was hold immedi- following the wedding, at Glassware Fine China Gifts Housewares Catering to the Bride and Housewife LEWIS BROS. CO. ;"'A atcly f n thc home of tho bride's , ,, 220 Buchanan. In thc rec-'ivinn! line wfrr- members of the bridal j party and parents of thc bride and ] brideRioom. Mrs. Kied Kerr re- ] ceived at thc door. j The dining t.'ible was covered i with a handmade culwork c l o t h , ! and centered w i t h pink larkspur i and rosebuds in a silver bowl, j This was flanked by nlvor c a n - ' delabra holding lighted tapers. The · three ticrod while hrido's rake ' placed opposite Ihe silver punch ' bowl, was topped w i t h .1 m i n i n - j turo brido and firoom nnd iced \ with p i n k rosebuds. I Prcstdinn ;it thr t u b l o wore Mrs. \ M. C. Kik, Mrs. Coy Kaylor, and | Mis. J. R. M u l k e y . Others who | assisted were Mrs. F r n n k K. J o h n - 1 son, Mrs. Kyle Kncler, Mrs. S;im ' Wheeler, Mrs. W u r r e i i O i f f o r d ; I Mrs. Hoy V. Simpson, Miss Norma Kcnium. Miss M n r l h a Brock way and -Miss Ann Whitfield. Miss Rosalie Bent wns In charge of thc bride's book/ After thc reception, Inn couple left on a shnrt wedding trip, n f t r r 'hich they will make their home iere, where they both are students »t the University. For travel, Mrs. Arnold wore nn aqua shantung suit, accented w i t h Mfss Mnrthn llnrhm Is shown in the lop photo (c?n(er) at t» lunchrnn and cryM.il shower Riven for navy aceesr.ories and a while 01- her by Mrs. PreMon Woodruff and Mrs. Karl Dyes.*, nt t h e Wnodruff home. W i t h her are shnwn frnm C . Icfl lo "« m . hfir · si -' tor . M". Bill Ponninfiton. her m t t h c r . Mrs. fSrariy Harli.n Mrs Woodruff and Mrs D'.e^. In Ihe k.wer p;cluie are, from left to r i R h l . Mrs. C n r l I l n n c n r k , Mrs. T. P. Men'l anrt Mrs J H I Mr*. .Tof* Burdinp h».« had a.«. her : Mulkr-y nl n rip--sf rt-lindpe p a r t y R i \ e n in honor f.( Mr*. Mend by Mr* H n n r m - k and Mis M i i l k e v Thlji' ..IMt. her Mster. Mrs. K. I.. M a t - 1 VMS one of a number of parties Riven for tho honorer, who plans' to leavn soon in Join her husbVnd i n ' thews o( M o r n l f n n . Alabama. ^ ( p l l s k n TIMKSFOTOS) Rent A New Piano On Our Rent-or-Buy Plan 73 Note Gulbramen Piano Rents for $8.00 Monthly 88 Note Wurlitier Piano Rvnli for $10.00 Monthly iPlui nomlnil dillrtry chsrjt.) Oulbran««n From $475.00 Rent up lo lix months. If you decide to buy, w» will molet full allowance of rent and delivery charge on Ihe purchaii price. If you need a Piano In your home, como to Guiilngtr Mutic Houie, one of Arkansm' olden and lorgiM mulie ttorei. Eslablithed 1905. is Coupon^ Guiiinger Music House Foyettevillt, Ark. Plin«e s-ntl literature on new pianos with Information on your rent or buy plan. 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