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Tuesday, May 27, 1952
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******** TIMt *' · **""'·«. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiintiiiiMiniMiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiijiiinuii MiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiittiiiiii A 0 4 OC4 m Dean And Mrs. Ellis Entertain MRS. KATHLEEN DOZIEK tlllllllllimiiniiiiiilillliiiiHiiniiiiiiiii ....... inn ...... 11111111111111111111111111111111 · Daily Calendar of Events · Tonight . . . Sub neb Mother's Cluli. Mrs. ,1. A. I.anrr 7 Sub Deb Club, Sug C,ile, 7 Order of Rainbow, Masonic Hall. 7 U. A. V., Legion Hui, 7 Navil Heserve Composite Unit, Eanon Building, 7 306th Military Government Group, 112W Center 7-30 Rebckah Lodge, JOOF H a l l . T:M V. F. \V. A u x i l i a r y , Civic Clubrooms, 7:,10 Wednesday . , . Iri« Garden Club. Mrs. M. O. LMollttlc, JO a m. Exchange Club. Ferguson's, 12 Dee Gee Club, ; Nival Reserve Electronic Company 8-8 Drill, Eason B u i l d i n g 7 Delta Sigma, Hugh Kincairt. 7:30 Kappa Alpha Phi, W East Rock Street. 7:30 OB4J Volunleer A i r Force Reserve Training Squadron 7-30 J. O. 0. F., IOOF Hell, 8 ' ' 40 Club Dance, park Howl, 8:,10 Mrs. Clyde Selle Entertains For Mrs. Bohannan Mrs. Clyde Sclle entertained last rl|ht wilh a pink and blue shower complimenting Mrs. Russell Bo- hinntn. The hororeo received gilts from: Mr*. Hoy Ollvera, Mrs. Clarence Rice, Mm. Harvey Woffard, Mr». BUI Shaffer, Miss Dorothy Barnej, Mrs. Blick, Mrs. Dlll«r'd, Mm. Jock Wright, Mrs. Floyd Adamj, Mr«. H»rvey W t l l l a m n ; Mrs. D. M. P.ilton, Mrs. C h a i l i e Cheeseman, Mrs Donald Tarketl, MM. Orl Tachelt, Mls.t Phyllis Shrtppal, Mrs. Boh Selle, Miss Carolyn Selle, Mrs. Charier K l n - hetlini, Mrs. Ar.ios CoJeman. Mrs. John Clark ind Miss Joan Hick- rrutn. Refreshments of rake, coffee and sandwiches were seived hy the hottest, ustisted by Mrs. Olivera. i Breakfast Given For i Group At Ferguson's j Miss Hoxie Purler r - n l e r l a i n c d ' v i l h a breakfast at Ferguson's .' Cafeteria Sunday morning Guests · included: Miss Ella Pepperkiirn, K;tiulpa, j o k l a . , Miss M y r t l e Charles'.onli, J M I s s Kara Jordan, Mrs. jHiirkstrom. M(S. H e n r y W a l k e r ; I Mia* Ktliel r.uiBoy, Miss Eleanor i Qtiinn, Miss Pearl Pi.rtcr, Mrs. \\'. J B . Cole, Mrs. HNS rules, Miss j Elizabeth Janes, Mrs. Price D i r k |son. Miss Alberta Broyles, Miss ' K l h e l Smith and Mrs. M i n n i e ' .Shofner. · D e n n and Mrs. I.ipperl l-j . r j rc-)l inn nvr-n on ( h e lawi ' . v u l l y a i . ' l t h e i r wives of Bridge-Shower iCompliments I Miss Bohe | M i : - . I,. C. lirrwer was hostps:; : at a dos.ccrt bridge anrl miscel- I l.-iiipou.s shown- al her home Sali u n l a y a f i c r n o n r i , honoring Miss | Helen Holm, brjrie ( .| cc t of Walter j Ktt'.iei t ("much. j Following dcssrrl, the boiiorec opened her g i f t s from a t a b l e (·mined w i l h a crystal bowl f i l l ed w i t h pii.k and yrllow snapdragons (mrl white cnrnatioru;. Bri'lue prizes u-eio won by Mrs. DENNIS THE MENACE Open House Honors Students The advanced graduate stu- ! lentj of the College of Education · n.' the University of Arkansas i were e n t e r t a i n e d with open house ! the night of Thursday, May T j b y Dr. and Mrs. Roy H. Allen" j, and J ) r . and Mrs. Paul V. Petty! at the home of the Pettys. During Ihe first hour Mrs ,, Henry Kronenherg presided at t h e l !'· coffee service and d u r i n g the sec- ' ond hour Mrs. V. W. Adkisson presided. Others attending were Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Hotz. Dr. V. W. Ad- Engaged To Wed Personals | Caha, home. and children to their new j Rex Smith and Miss Edith Smith. Miss Davidson Engaged To Thomas 'R. O'Meara The marriage nf Miss C a r o l Davidson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Davidson lo Thomas Reill.y O'Meara, son of Mrs. Lina , ' H k k m a n of Ormond Beach. Fla., and the 1,-ile Thomas Rcilly O'- .Mnar,.-!. v ill t a k e place on Monday, ' J u n e 9. at 4 o'clock in the I chapel of Westminster House in I Ihe presence of the two families. i A reception wil^. follow ihe | ceremony in the Hying rooms of i the house. and Mrs. N. D.,' Mrl and Mrs. James C. Cady; I Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Walker, Mr. T. J. Cole, Mr. and Mrs. ,1. D v7"n' w r ' o n " M r s - A - J - L y" cn ' 'T ,, ,. Brnar ", Mr. and Mrs. Pfc. Robert E. Pitts, son of Rob- · crt H. Pitts of Lincoln, is now as- I signed tri the Fire Direction Control Center of Battery A, M"rd Field Artillery, San Francisco, Calif. i Word has been received by Mrs. J. O. Bain nf Prairie- Grove, of Ihe marriage of her sister, the former Sarah Lillie Carl, to Charles Heiss of Little Rock. Mrs. Koyce Lansford returned last nisht from a week in Houston, Texas, where she accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Melvin Mc- I John Coffey, Jr., seaman first : class, is spending a 28-day Ie a ..- e ; w i t h his parents, Mr. and Mrs. j ,' G. I'offey. here and with rels- · lives and friends in Texas. Coff P V rerved. for the past eight months ; on ihe U. S. destroyer Taussia I w i t h Task Force 77 in the PacifK ! Dr-an George F. Branigan rv 1 M. !·:. Barker, and R. C. Wray of the University College of Engineering faculty are being taken by the Phillips Petroleum Company on an inspection trip of the company installations in Bartlesville Okla., and Borger, Texas, this week. Agri Students And Faculty Complimented By Kctcham Come Hear Mrs. Edith Coger-Eddy Local Saleslady Personal Testimony Wed, Night, May 28 8:00 C A L V A R Y BipliJl Church West Maple St. BIGhEvayfliingButPrice! NEW PACKARD America's Most Exciting Car! TlEfOKE YOU BUY any r«r rotting 52500 or *·* more--«, drive and comp«« the '!2 P a c k a r d -- o f f e r i n g B I G - c a r c o m f o r e a n d safrry * medium-car con tail economy! · · Come In--inspect Packard'? graceful lines, smart new colors u n d handsome interiors. Doori open extra wide for easy entrance, and seats are at wiJt as ihr car it kigh! See ihe best all-around view and the largest luggage compartment of any sedan. · · Only Packard has Ultranmic*. (he a u t o m a t i c d r i v e t h a t e x c e l s a l l o t h e r s . Packard's Thunderbolt FnRine i« the rnr/i/' bigheit-enmpressiau right. I-nsamaiic Power Brakes* give you quicker and easier stops with 409f less foot pressure! · · On. tast drive i c || s you there never has been a n o l h c r car to m a t c h ilm '52 Packard --today's biggct cnr value . . . prcttiiotl-buill to outlet them jlll 1952 PACKARD "200" 4-DOOR SEDAN delivered in Foyettevllle $ 2,656 tPIus 9t«te ind local laxrs. if »ny. Optionil equipment and w h i l e jidcwall tires extra. Prices may vary slightly in nearby communities due to shipping charges. ·* .* _______ I N C I N I I R I D TO O U T F I R f O R M - R U U f TO O il T T A 77 ONLY PACKARD BRINGS YOU NEW EASAMATIC POWER BRAKES' FOR QUICKER, EASIER STOPS! * * Only Plclorrf hoi Ullro- m«t!i*,ihr a u t o m a t i c d r i v r i l m t f *rel all other* in aniooth per- formsnre uml dependability. i * * N . w 1.1.m.Hi l-ow.r ·rak.i'j.vf fniicr,ca«Mf,pi Sure, 29% I«s lime to apply! T H I M A L I I 'Opfional rqiiitwfnt tt t*tt* ton. cr^ef; zSS r3H : ^Hlta; F;:;;" ? '-J: s v:c'Mi* »?·«· ·-· ^ ?«.«, .r, r ,, " c u k i n i i p,irt t h a n cn.nln« of rompanible pr»w«r! a f r a of 3.n(6 q ,, or e inches' RIVM you nll-Bround Titihiliry. wide as ih» car ii hi«h. * * l».r)i P.ik.rd Mr undtr. *on 4,207 separate factory i n s p e c t i o n s . ^ ' D u i l t l i k e a Packard" means *»i/i to lail ASK TIIK MA\ WHO OWNS ONE LYLE BRYAN MOTOR CO. 2M Norfli Block Slrcel, Fiyetleville, Ark, Bean and Mrs. Lippert Ellis en- lerlamed Sunday afternoon from ·i to 6 o'clock on the lawn of their home at 111 n a S(reeti w i t h (he a n n u a l reception for the College of Agriculture seniors and faculty and their wives. Assistant Dean and Mrs. G. T Hudson received with Dean and Mrs. Ellis. Also assisting in receiving Were Dr. and Mrs. Dwight Isely, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hancock, Mr. and Mrs. Viclor Watts, Dr. and Mrs. Warren G i f f o r d . Dr. and Mrs. Charles Lincoln, Dr. and Mrs. Barnett Sure; Dr. ami Mrs. John White, Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Cooper, i)r. and Mrs. V. H. Young, Dr. a n d Mrs. Kyle Encler, Dr. a n d . Mrs. Dale Kinkle, and Dr. Kleanor Barnes. Presiding at the silver punch howl were Mrs. Lincoln, Mrs. H i n !le. Mrs. Hudson. Mrs. Isoly, Mrs. Engler and Mrs. Barnes. The din- | Ing table was covered with a Pan- I A m a n i a n culwork cloth, centered j with a,n arrangement vf pink roses ' 'lanked hy silver candle holders. | ^oses and daisies were used in dec- ; iration throughout Ihe home. Mr. and Mrs. .Hubert Danner of rayetfeville announce the engagement and approaching marriage"of their daughter, Eva Patricia, to the nev. John W. Elliott of Corsicana, Texas. Miss Danner is a t g r a d u a t e of Fayetteville High I School and of the Jacksonville ; Baptist Junior College, Jacksonville, Texas. Mr. F.lliott received! his B. A. degree from Kast Texas ; liaptist Colleg-o. Marshall, Texas, and is now a t t e n d i n g the Baptist Seminary at Jacksonville. He is an instructor of Greek at Jark-l sonvillc College and assistant! pastor of the First Baptist Church: of Jacksonville. The wedding wilr be an event of July, and both w i l l ' continue their stuues at the Seminary. For Graduation! WHITE LINEN OPERA PUMPS Pledge Service ·And ' - . The W. S. C. S. of Central Meth: I odist Church met yesterday at ; j n o o n for a pot lu?k luncheon and j pledge service in Wesley Hall. ! Reports were given by circle chairmen from each o,' the 12 eir- i clcs on the year's work, and names ' were read for the new circles. Appearing on the program wore Mrs. Paul Petly, Mrs. Mearl McKinney, Mrs. Ernest Standley. Mrs. Much Kincaid, and Mrs. D. N. Misenhimc-r. Sigma Nu Mothers Announce "New Officers New officers of the Sigma Nu Mothers Club have been announced today as Mrs. Marion Vasson, president; Mrs. T. H H h a f f i n , vice president; M r s . iicharri Miller, treasurer; Mrs. A. lorigson, ?crcetary. Officers were elected at a recent -eeting of the club at .the home pf Mrs. A. D. McAllister on East Davidson Street. The hostess was ssisted by Mrs. A. D. McAllister, I Mrs. Clay Cross. Sigma Nu · house mother, received a rhine- i slone lapel pin from the club, in appreciation of her work: at the : chapter house. ! ' Drug Club Discusses Durham-Humphrey Bill The Washington County Drug j Club met last night in the home of Glenn Ricketts. Members present were Leonard Pratt. Bill West, Glenn Ricketts, Willis Ricketts, Jennings Conyers, Charles Clinehens and John Alexander. Guests were Dr. Carl Bachman, and Prof, fioy Jones of the University Pharmacy School. The Durham-Humphrey bill, which prohibits r e f i l l i n g certain prescriptions without authorization, was discussed during the meeting. · Verbenas. Pstunias, Scarlet Saga and Many Other Flowering Plants · Tomato. Pepper «nd Egg · Summer Blooming Bulbs and Flower Seeds A D A M S FLOWER SHOP By NATURALIZER The Shoe With the Beautiful Fit Just the shoe for that Great Day . . , and on through summer, too. Try them on today. uivifc Good Shoes Properly Fitted Advice fo a June Bride Plumbing and !t» affiliated industries have made vast advances in kitchen ·qulpment sine* Mother was a girl. Save yourself work and wasted tim* by planning your kitchen the right way. For free plans col| on us. BEEBE'S Call 1886 C No Job Too Big Ne Job Too Small D PLUMBING CO, 231 W. Mountain ^^jt · ··' MiM.iUinM^MijfftffflRJRtH Congratulate You! MOST COMPLETE SELECTION OF- ELGIN ***,, HAMILTON ) | Q 7 5 BULOVA Lit GRUEN uci DDOC A N D U P n CLBKUS your Credit Is Good All Guaranteed--We Invite Trade-ins WE SERVICE ALL MAKES OF WATCHES RIGHT IN OUR OWN MODERN SHOP BEEBE'S YOUR FRIENDLY HOME TOWN JEWELER "We Specialize In Time-Diamonds, Too"! ^

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