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*K*THWHT AKANSA8 T1MK, tumiJiimiiiMiiiHiiiiiitiiiDiinmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHii ..... iiiiiiiiimmifiiiiiiniiiii Â»rtÂ«mÂ« Wtdno.doy, Moy 21, 1952 ociety To Be Heard In Concert MRS. KATHLEEN DOZIER IIIIIIIIHIIIIIIMIIIIIIHINIIIIIItlHIIHIIIIliillillllllllllillllllllllllnilllllllllllllllllll Â· Daily Calendar of Events Â· Tonight . . . "7*.*aval Befervf E l f r t r o n i r C'nmpflny, .National G u a r d Armory, 7 Delia Sigma. Huph K i n r a i r t . 7:?,n Kippa Alpha Phi, 45 Last Rock, 7:30 .Army Kescne. )j:'., West Center, 7:30 iWllitF.ry Order of Purple Heart, VFW Hall, 7:30 ^VftJhin^ton County Democratic Women's Cluh, 7:30 limvrrsity LorJ.qr. l;. D., Masonic Hall, 7;30 fifUl Vohintocr A i r Force Receive Training Squudron, 7:30 .Credit Women's Club. Ferguson's. 7:30 1 O. O. F.. IOOF H a l l , 8 JMtss Louise Bo^an, poetry reading. Student Union. 8 Thursday . . . Rotary Club. Washington Hotel, 12 Sigma Nti Mothers and Wives Cluh. Mrs, A, D. McAllister, Sr.. 1 Tahaia Club. Mrs. Georje F.vans, Highway 71 north, 2 Trowel and Spade, 2:30 33oy Scout Board of Review, First Presbyterian Church, 7 Junior Assembly, Studio. T V. F. W., 108M, West Cenler, 7-..10 Far West Chapter No. 1, R. A. M., Masonic Hall, 7:30 Voiture 1)515 40 and fl, LeBlcn H u t , 7:30 I All American Concert, Phi Mu Alpha, Concorl Hall Fine Arts Center, 8 ' Kappa Kappa Gamma A l u m n i , ChapleJ" Mouse. 8 j Miss Shirley Jean Black Is Bride Of William R. Black Woods Kindergarten To Give Annual Spring Festival, The a n n u a l Spring Festival for*, the; Sue Woods kindergarten will j : be held on the lawn of the school ' j Thursday evening. May 22, at 7:30 o'clock. A play titled "The Wishing Well" will he presented. ; The play involves two little; Sirls who discover a well t h a t ! mnkes their wishes come true. The i ; l i l l l c sirls wish for their favorite ; story book characters to come to i | life, and with the help of 9 con-! j tingent of fairies, story boon charac- Brownie Day Camp Scheduled For June 17 To 20 ton, and Karen Kennedy will be program aides. The Camp Committee IK composed of Mr. and Mrs. A u s t i n Brockway, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Williams, and Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Estes. . Mrs. C. R. Mc.N'air, Jr.. and children. Nancy and Randy, hnve returned to Tulsn a f t e r spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Carlson. Daft S*ftT AlMhtr HlnuU Whit crar T aar skin trouMe may b*. Head to fwt. Safe WONDER.XY, ! Sold in FaytltiTllla by Quakar Â°ickelts. and Fiyiiitrillt Drug Stores: or your hometown druagin. lanied with , , .. : Â· Â· " J ^ Â·Â·" --iii. i jie uiinijj , presentation of prom ol ion"rt!fi! Â£" H * , heeld " ^ TM SC Â° Ut Ul ~ Â· ^ruX^i'-^s, v^, ^ sctor^e Susan Mause, Allison Pomfret,' - Miss Nancy MrCnn M 1 1 R hPv Rogerf-(SpecUl)-The marriage I . . _ r,f Miss Shirley JeÂ»tr-BIÂ»rk, d a u u h - 1 *Â« maid of honor ,ind Mlrs . , -t*. of Mrs. Arthur'Xable, ,nd *"' xw ' 11 ''""' "riclesmoid: . They, = i=^ = ,--_=. iwore dresses of yellow snd blue Tivu F.-iyelleulle musicians. Frances Townsend (seated.) and Mary ; A n n o Miicldox, w i l l appear us piano soloists in a University Symphony 'slra concert n t II p. m.. May. 24. Miss Maddox w i l l play'a move- of Concerto in A minor by C,reiÂ«, and Mrs. Townscnd will play ' Johnson, Sandra Busam, Marcia Shelton, Barbara Berroyer, Tamsey Sandford. Gary Roop, Debbie Dillingsley, Peter Estes, Johnny Larry Joe PemHeton, Mary Lou Cain, Shcrrol Costley, Jane Irby, Margaret Holland, Tena Fagola, Ann Douglas, Harold Clinehens, Rita Sue Castling, Billy Fink, Mickey Phipps, Charles Ray Rankin, Martin Butt, James Remmel, Sara Margaret Cowan and Stuart . - - - . . Mary Am pink, and Mary Louise pale green, floor length. Ihe randies. Dixie J flower girl ami Delbc rarried the rings. Dan ue ;;;|Miss Hathcock Is Guest Of iiKlh. liKhtril ; T f A -Â» Â»Â· Â· T-Â» TI SL jr"!!" onor At Morning Party 'Btiff Sgt. William R. Black, non | of Mr. and Mrs. Wllllsm niack of Rogers, was an event of Sunday, Jiay 18, In the sanctuary of the first Presbyterian Church in Rogers. The altar of Ihe church was removed temporarily to give plarc 1o o huckleberry arch flanked by /capdelabra in which bouquets o Jwhite gladioli were Intertwined. 'Bkels of gladioli were placed at , Ihe foot of either side of thf arch Alone." and "Through the Years, 1 ' i : , .. , ,, ,,, , ,., ,, where Ihe couple stood lo plight Uung by Mrs. Herbert Smith, solo- I ? ll!:J "' 4v.j.i. -- i u I- _ -a-..1.1- ,,:..- . . . Â· .. .. . . . ... . f in the receiving l i n o WPIC- Miss their troth in a double-ring ccre- fliony read by the Rev. Alfred J. Gcrdel, Jr. The bride, given In marriage by her stepfather, wore fl gown of while satin designed with a deep . yoke of Imported lace. A finger- ,tlp veil of bridal illusion fell from thÂ« lace bonnet trimmed wtih need Â·pelrls. She carried n white Bible popped with two white orchldf. 1st of the Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Smllh sans "The Lord's. Prayer" as the couple knelt. A j l^ 1 TM'' TM^ ^TM Texas. The serving table w V'" Ku ~ Ililth1 " ck - hcr rock, Stanton. were present. The no.xt meeting will he held in t h e home of Mrs. Mary Ellen Stevenson. reception followed in the Little Chapel of the church. S|It. and Mrs. Black w i l l make their home near Elgin Air Base, Flu. The bride was graduated from Rogers High School Friday night before her wedding. DENNIS THE MENACE Heads League crcd with, a w h i l e linen doth, centered by silver candelabra w i t h f i v e w h i l e candles. Two lovely bouquets of while roses were on each side of Ihe centerpiece The Junior Civic League held its Assisting Ihe hostesses were f' e c f ' o n nf Â°' fi ^ rs l a s t n i Â« h t in Mrs. K a r l Gr haw, Mrs. A l f r e d ' "l" , h " mr n ' M r s ' K n x S m i t h Mrs. Fred Stevenson ! ^^ TM Mr '',, L;lvcrn ""'""Â· 'Â· prrsirient: Mrs. Harry Vander- Mrs. Max . recording secretary; | Mrs. Charles Dodd. corresponding I secretary; Mrs. Bill Younkin, , H:llhc By Kttchom i Mrs. irnurU-c Ttcnncr. Mrs. Ed'' ',,"Â·'.:"". ".,";" 1 T;,t u ,n. Mrs. W i l l i s Noll, Mrs. Jack! Â£""' Vlce P r "' d TM 1 ^ I l y l i i i H l , Mrs. Irius Cates. Mrs. J. 1 * m a "' O. Warn. Mrs. P. L. llnthcock, and Mrs. Jim Phillips. A r i f t 'if linen was presented to Miss Miitlicock ns a hostess gift. it Mrs. Noland Hostess To JHomemakers Club A program TM polio was pre- scn.ed by Mrs. Charles Oxford. Mrs. Harry V a n d e r g n f f , Mrs. Francis Gwaltney. and Mrs. Charles Dodil. Refreshments were served by the hostess. h Miss Porter Honored By Mrs. Henry Walker Tho Home/makers Demonstration C l u b met Tin-sibv night in the home of Mrs. Eunici- Noland, 18 Jonm-r Street. The mcc'tini; opened wi'.h the Mrs. Honrv Walker entertrlined j r n i i p n - p e n l i n g the Lord's Prayer, last night with R picnic Â«upper ^ h i - r n l ] call was answered with serve* in the outdoor l i v i n g room huTmrTtni h i , : ! TM r?" 10 ? !llI . n " ! of ncr n n m c nn Highway 71 south. ^ rÂ«,;. 1 t- l ^ ra .'!ii,. liiI ;rJnTM.' nit ?'* Rn TM port - Â° f from the Honk "f .lob. The pot-m l n n r n t n n - 'Â·Â·'"Â»Â· of Ihe m o n t h was read by \frs T u r n e r X.ick. " I f " T h e p a i n t i n g of ll:i- month. C'i'/anne. v.-as discussed by Mrs. Eunice Nolanrl. Mi-s. Margaret Brownfield gave a demonstration on starching cottons, rayons, n n r | l i n p n s - Â° w i t h Selalin Instead of starch. Tho club plans to prepare a Christmas box for t h e tnrnnrin. i Mnrv I nu s t r i c k e n areas of Arkansas. For i Mrs. wi N a t i o n a l H o m e Demonstration Other guests included Mrs. Price Dickson. Mrs. M i n n i e Shofncr, Mrs. Beulah Cruse. Miss Ethel Busey, Miss Eleanor Quinn. Miss Kara Jordan. Miss Ethel Smith, Mrs. Louise Walker, Mrs. Wallace Buxton, Mrs. Roy Sanders. Mrs. Olga Hawn, Mrs. Flora Sanders, Mrs. J. w. Cain and daughter. Assisting the group are: o Narrators - Nancy Estes a n d ! Paula Billingsley: mistress o f ] ceremonies - C a r n i e Williams, i Rhca Sbelton and Margie Pomfret; ushers - Martha Nan McKinney, Charlotte Waggoner, Ann Holland. Mike Carol. Dorothy Lynn Clinehens. and Judy Kay Phipps. Directing the dances is Dorothy Young, who also has two groups of dancers appearing on the program. The dancers are: Judy Ames,' I Bnrbara Carol. Janet Williams, j . I a n n e t t e Rose, Marilyn Standley,i Claudia Sue Woods. Sandra Young. Nancy Barnhill, Suzie Wedington, Paula Billingsley, Sara Smith, Judy Morris, and Carolyn Lewis. Mrs. Ralph Pinkerton, president of the prc-sehool P. T. A., will award the graduation certificates. Clyde Newells Honored On 34th Anniversary Walnut Grove-(Speriali-Mr. a n d , i Mrs. Clyde Newell were honored ! on their 34th wedding .anniversary 1 ! Saturday night with a party at the j Memorial Club rooms attended by '. I The centerpiece for the coopera- I live buffet supper was a cake . decorated with red roses and ; lighted candles. A shallow bowl of rosebuds formed a centerpiece for the smaller table at which th" couple ate. Guests included James Newell, Mr. and Mrs W. E. Hamby and daughters, Lois and .Teannie; Mr.; and Mrs. Loyd House. Mr. a n d : . Mrs. Gene McKee. Mrs. Kate Shaffer, Mrs. Warren Knowles, Mr., I and Mrs Russell Tate, Mr. a n d : ; Mrs. Max Tate and daughter Mrs Wayne Kami, Mr. and Mrs, Mallie ! Tucker. Patsy and Donald Tern-' pleton. Billy Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hamblen and son, Mr. and Mrs. Mac Jiamblen and son. and Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hamblen. Miss Carolyn Rhodes To Play At Concert Hall Miss Carolyn Rhodes will be presented in recital by the U n i - ! versity music department Friday j at 8 p. m., at the Arts Center Con-! cert Hall. She will play numbers by Bach, Mozart, Brahms Chopin. Guisinger's Announce New Piano Renf-or-Buy Plan 73 Note Gulbransen Piano Rentj for $8.00 Monthly 88 Note Wurlitie'r Piano Rent) for $10.00 Monthly (Flu. nominal delivery 72 Nots Oulbrniuen charge.) Vanity Minus! Sp!net Bent up to six months. If you decide to buy, we will mcike full allowance of rent and delivery charge on the purchase pries. 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Assistant leaders will be Mrs Troy Hendricks, Mrs. Jesse Ben- Â· VÂ«rbÂ«naa, PÂ»luniai, Scarlt Sag. md Many Other Flow- Â·ring Planli Â· Tomalo, PeppÂ«r and EÂ«Â« Â· Summer Blooming Bulbt and Flowtr SÂ«Â«l OiMranta*i You Â·*n* r Bakinj Â·r your monty bock A D A M S FLOWER SHOP You can'f misi with your future Mrs. FIVE DIAMOND engagement ring, 14k gold mounting, A T o Money Down 2 Years to Pay I E . Cinhr th.n. 7414 FRANK L GRIZZLE, Mar. ' '