Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 26, 1952 · Page 2
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 26, 1952
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2---MOUTH WKT ARKANSAS TIMIS. FnyttttviHt, Arkamn, Mondoy, Moy 26, J9SJ Renowned Photographer Finds Babies Fascinating Subjects Daily Calendar of Events By DOKOTIIY KOK * Aiviclalril Prf»» Women's Editor Connie M a n n i s f c r has SO.OOfl h;ibic?, and expects In have many more. F \ e n Ihnugh them locked in fire-proof f i l e c.ircr. she Inves them all, and can recite Ihe naine«, laleilts and ' i n d i v i d u a l w i n n i n g ways of each. The rcarnn for her love is two- j f o M : A. These i hcrtihs have made ' h e r Ihe world's most famous baby |ih')l'igrapher and H. She just n a t u r a l l y loves babies. Thepe, of cnurse, are picture habics. If she had a real, live baby | of hfi own. r'nnnie confides, she [ pn.ibahlv would bo so f a s c i n a t e d ; ; I'y it h e would lo:;e interest i n ; ! photographing o t h e r people's! | liable.-,. i " j Thin pretty young woman wilh j ' Ihe Southern drawl, the golden! I red h a i r and t h e magic touch with I j a camera has k n o w n how to t a k e ! care nf hahics ever since she was! kn^e high to a grasshopper down j In Tennessee. She was raised with nine sisters and five brothers. , Her new hook. "Senalor, I'm) Olad You Asked Me That!" is i tilled w M h mugging babies who manage lo create a hilarious satire | on recent Senate investigations in i Washhimlon. it follows the format j of her e.-i;iier success, "The Baby," | which started a vogue for baby.' The Council of Orark A r l i s f s ' workshop similar io the me b e - j h l " " o r i n li |lnl "KTMP hitl f' 1 TM. and Craflrmrn met yesterday a t ' ing planned, at Oreenland, w i t h ' the Council House site near Lake · clauses in free hand drawing Fayelteville. The meeling was f n l . j ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,_ who ,,,.,, pnu , k . inB lowed by a covered dish supper. fi'Miss Aldah Sue Harris To Wed Robert M. Weddle Personals Mrs. P. C. Richardson of Little · Mock, is expected lo arrive to- 4» Club Dinec 'central Freebytwlm Church b- Members of the 40 Club will I Thursday, for sale Saturday morn"', have an informal dance at the ln *' Uark Bowl, Wednesday night at i IrU Garclen club *~ r- ;,,,,,, ,,,,,,; R] Q _ j^,.^ wfl j ^^ tain the Iris Garden Club Weri- 8:30 o'clock. Committee chairmen Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Morris, Tonight . . . Hi SI Cluh. Clunroom, 7 E. P. W. C., Fergur.nn's. fi:30 Washington Lodge One, Masonic Hall, 7:30 Tuesday . . . Lion's Club. Ferguson's, 12 Kitt'.inif, Club, Washington Hotel, 12 He:r,-rt inel Book Review, Country Club, 1:30 N.itjrmsl .-Vitiation of Post Of/ice C!?rks, Mis. Herman Riley, 2 Mtirlern Literature Ciuh, Mrs. Edgar Worthelm, 3 Sub Deb Club. Sug Calf, 7 Order of R a i n b o w . Masonic Hall. 7 Jj. A. V , Legion H u t . 7 TOaval Urten e Composite U n i t , Ka?on Building, 7 SOfith M i l i t a r y Government Group, 11214 West Center 7:30 Bchdish Lod s e, lOOF H u l l , 7:30 Eebekah l.c-dgc, IOOF H a l l , 7:30 Artists And Craftsmen Plan Summer Workshop r arleri as a news In New York a n d ! , j Florida. Later she went to South ! i ....-,.,.,.,.,,.,, ,,,,,, ,, lt; i M , u - . i u u i K i America as photographer for the! j craftsmen, will donate Ihcir ser-! M a r i t i m e Commission, came back! McNair. ·*· ·- , n i o m i . aim mi*, u i m i u i ? j v i u i i , » , ( a m t n e j ns j arc | en Club Wep ·u iui a week s . and serving with them are Mr. nosclay mnrning at 10 o'clock with son-in-law a n d ; ; , m i Mrs. Jasper Pyeatt. Mr. and I a coffee in honor of the club's H MTM Mnu,, m D M r s Morrir collier and Mr. and f i f t h anniversary. Mrs. Clark Mc- Mrs. Paul Youns. Clinton will serve as co-hostess. norrow afternoon for a visit with her son-in-law j u u . : ma jvirs. jasper ryeaii, Air. ann ; a conee m non{ "f usmcr, .Mr. and Mrs. W i l l i a m H. Mrs. Morris; Collier and Mr. and f i f t h anniversary. Mrs. Paul Youns. Clinton will servi Mrs. R. Y. Harrison has had as | weekend guests Mrs. A. A. Scliuitz and Mrs. Elsie Murray of hos Angeles, Calif., who are en route to the Eastern states ant! Canada. Plans were made lo sponsor a ! vices. There w i l l he elates in In New York (o crash the big-time summer Arts and Crails Work-, 1 TM"' 1 weaving, wood carving, lea- magazines with her photographic shop for children and young pco-j ^tinV.'Vx'lle "Sing, ''freej * laming Ihe war Connie became pie. ages six to 18, which will begin Bonielinie In June. Classes will be conducted on Saturdays, all day. Workshop director will be liobcrt names of Greenland, past . hanrt drawing, oil palming, w a t e r ! a p i n - u p girl. The Saturday Eve-1 colors, n a l u r o study, and c r e n i l v e i "lug I'ost puhli.ihcd a picture o f | dramatics. Students w i l l b r i n g | her in a b a t h i n g Mill, in cnnnec- i picnic lunches Tor the Iwo-hoiir! 'inn with an article she sold Ihem. I T l i n n lunch periods w h i c h will include Then Look magazine published recreation t u r n as n n l u r c hikes, special overseas edition with The engagement of Miss Aldah Sue Harris to Robert M. Weddle o f , Little Rock, Is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs ,1 E Harris of i president of Ihe Hand Weavers stories, and other amusement'! f u l l - p a g e picture "of"connie"and !]!.%'!?rL'!n7r^ Guild of Arkansas. Before coming ! There will he a s m a l l fee of ,,,,,· h a i r i n g suit, for distribution to! c "° HC ^X P.? n^«. h n V TM ",TM mb " of 7.cta Phi soror-! to Arkansas he wns curator o f , dollar per riav to apply on the OI's abroad. II 5 . D '".". r " l . Omc W nnr ""- society. .She attends Arkansas State Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas l a n d Mr. and Mrs. Ewing Jackson j returned yesterday morning from I the weekend in St. Louis, Mo., [ where they attended the Metropol- ! j itan presentation of "Carmen" and : attended a baseball game. Cnpt. and Mrs. Chester Harding and Mrs. A r t h u r Harding d r o v e , to Texas last Thursday, and in : Dallas they met Mrs. Virginia | Harding, who had flown over from ! Little Rock to join them. The ; party drove on 1o Austin, where they attended the wedding of Miss Mary Jo Seymour to Lt. Robert Chester Harding, USAF, 'at St. David's Episcopal Church. Saturday. The Hardings returned last, night. Modern Literaturs Club The Modern Literature Club will meet tomorrow at 3 p m., with Mrs. Edgar Wertheirn. Centra! Presbyterian Church Rummage Sale Anyone having rummage or household discards, are asked to telephone. 268-J or bring to the National A»o:ialion ef Post Ofticc Clerki The National Association of Post Office Clerks will meet at the home of Mrs. Herman Riley, 216 South Duncan Avenue, tomorrow at 2 p. m. Experiments are being made with paper made from bamboo. Mr. and Mrs. Evertt Campbell have returned from an extended vacation in the East. They traveled with Mr. Campbell's sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Ray of Los Angeles, Calif. While in the East, they visited another brother-in-law and sister, Lt. Col. and Mrs. C. C. Young of Morris-1 town, N. J. The Campbells i n - 1 eluded in their trip Boston. Mass., j Portland, Maine, Providence, R. I., ; and New York City. The Rays re- j turned with them and. are their 1 guests for a few dayft* For the last five years Connie H.V Teachers College Announcements · photography nt Ihe M u n i c i p a l [ cost of supplies. M u r . c u m in Milwaukee, Wis.,1 The next meeting will be a Imf-.' has been married to Charles Fred- \vhere he was also associnled f o r i f c t nupper for Inslrur'orr.. a s s i s t - ' e i i t ks, a flier of World War II, eight years wilh the Wisconsin i a n l s and sponsors for t h e work-! now vice pti'fidcnt of Air L i f t s , ' I'layers. Mr. rinrncs was for f i v e ; shop, which w i l l be J u n e 3. at '/,' 1'"'.. " company which is building I years director of t h e art and d e - i p. m.. al Ihe home of Dr. and Mrs. i planes for t h e government, sign training program for the slate| L. J.'Carr In Wcstwoori AoVliilon,; The secret of. Connie's success! organization of Girl Seoul*. He re-: Sprlngrlale. Plans w i l l he com.-i w i t h her baby pictures, she he- 1 reived a scholarship al Carnegie pieled for t h e workshop, aflci , lic-vcs, is t h a t she makes friends i|n/*|| inOC Tech and attended the Cleveland] which applications will be accept- 1 w i t h all her small models before' l M V l U U C j School of Art. He conducted a . e d . j she eels 0111 her camera. Her stu- -~ i dlo in her big apartment on Cen I nil 1'ark Soulh. New York, i In Conway, where she is a member of Alpha Psi Omejja.JUr. Wedrlle is a graduate of Arkansas Stale Teachers College, class of ISM, where he was a member of Fhi Sigma Epsilon fraternity and Hoyal Rooters. DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketchom, · I Gadget Shower slocked w i t h and diapers. briby food, bottles Peggy Morris Honored At Farewell Parly Miss rcRKy Morris wan complimented w i t h a farewell coke p.irly Saturday afternoon, hy Miss Miss Caroline Sue Halhcock was H. D. Meetings Scheduled For Week Home Demonstration Clubs of Washington County will meet this week as follows: Tuesday, Sulphur dlty, Mrs. ! Marie fiohel, 2 p. m., White Rock, j Son's Chapel Auxiliary Son's Chapel A u x i l i a r y will meet . tonight at 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. I Carllon Gulley. Ml. Comfort Cemetery Ml. Comfort residents will me«t at the Mt. Comfort cemetery at 10 o'clock tomorrow to clear and clean the grounds. Ihe guest of honor Friday evening; Community House. 7:30 .p. m., al a gadget shower ,,and canasta I f^'rview, Community House, 11 a. parly, given by Mrs. Marion Wns-! m - ; . . son and Mrs. Earl Dyess at t h e . Wednesday, Ml. Union, Mrs. home of Mrs. Wasson. Mrs. Joe Bales and Mrs. Fred Delzell served at the refreshment lable, which was covered with a white damask cloth centered with a pink satin "wheel of fortune." . . At the huh of the wheel were pink Patty Pyeall at her home on Pr.rkj tapers in silver candle holders. ' ' surrounded by pale pink rosebuds. The hostesses presented the honoree and her mother. Mrs. Loyco Hathcock with corsages. Prizes for , ,ii..i i ., v u i , rtu IH'I mime 1 1 1 1 r:,i K Avenue. About 30 of the honoree'*! friends were present. Miss Morris, who will leave (he close of school, received a gift from the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McGehee and son, Frank, Jr.. of L i t t l e Rock, spent the weekend here at the home of her pnrcnts, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas. Frank, Jr., will remain wilh his grandparents for (he remainder of the week. Mrs. Pearle Trowblidge returned yesterday from a three week's John Wallcn, all day, Farminston, Club Dooms, 1:30 p. m., Baptist Ford, Mrs. Walthen Kirkpatnck, 11 a. m. Surprise Party Given For Miss Edith Smith Miss Edith Smith, who is ?oirts{ ' " · Vtrbcnai, Petuniai, Scsirlei Sagt »nd Many Othtr Flowering Planti · Tomato, Pipp«r and Egg Planti 0 Summer Blooming Bulbi and Flower Seedi A D A M S FLOWER SHOP Phone 910 33 N. Block YOU DISLIKE MOTHS CALL 587 haven't already stored your winter clothing and you going to all the trouble of home stooge, which is a task anyway, why not get protection from * and other summer household insects. Just pick up your phone and OK and Milady Dry Cleaners. We pick up your things,- clean and (tore rhem in moth-proof vaults. Our phone number is Ml garments insured. ^ FAYETTEVIHE.ARKT 14 N. ILOCK STREET to Dallas. Texas, lo live Tune 1. canasta were won by Miss ginia Hecrwagen. Mrs. Clifton Wade and Mrs. Bill Dalton. Dean George F. ! was guest at a surprise party last V i r - i w e e k given by Miss V e r n a Bertschy and Miss Geneva Clark. Guests were Joe Mi-Christian, .layne Miller, Keathel Thomas. Branigan, Dr. j Verna Merilin, Mrs. Homer Brlggs, 1 j vacation York. in California and New M. E. Barker and Prof. Robert C. ! Mrs. Kussell Baxter. Mrs. Robert , Wray. all of the University, are i Davis, Mrs. Charles Hooker Ruby ' ' "-·"-- --· · Smith snrt Blanche Cain. 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