Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 28, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 28, 1952
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******** TIMK. FoytntviH*. »fiioimn. Wednesday, May Z8, 19SJ NHIMMMICIIMIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIXIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilllllllllllllllllli ^~~ * u i m MRS. KATHlilN DOZIIR JHIIIHIIIIIIIMIIIINIIIIIHiiiriiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiniiii.iiiiiiililiiiHiinilllllliiiiiiii Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Kivi: Reserve Electronic Company 8-8 Brill, Eaton Building 7 Delta Slfmi. Hujh Klncald, 7:3fl Kippa Alpha Phi. 45 East Rock Street, 7:30 C841 Volunteer Air Force Reserve Trilling Squadron 7'30 J. O. O. K., 10OF Hall, 8 _4P Club Dance, Uark Bowl, 8;30 Thursday . . . Rotary Club. Washington Hotel, 12 ,Y««f 'Round Garden Club, Mrs. I!. G. Woodruff, 2 Coffee And Luncheon Given Honoring Miss Hathcock Mn. Henry Alexander and her.' lermg the d i n i n g lahle was an an- mother, Mrs. Georse Baker were | tio.tie (fold bowl, f l a n k e d by f o u r hoilessei at a coffee, ifiven at their ! psle blue vases, all filler! w i t h pas- home Monday morning, honoring I lei roses. Roses were also used for . decoration throughout the home. Mrs. P. I,. Halhcock presided at , Mits Caroline Sue Huthcock, bride «lect of lr« Parsons. Recipes were . . ,. received by the honoree from each, the coffee nervier. of the gueits, and the hostesses; Out of town guesi for the party presented » gift. t was Mrs. F. J. Stevenson of El The coffee and dining tables. I'aso. Tr.tns. were covered in pink linen. Cen-' KnllmvInK the roffre. Miss H a t h - DENNIS THE MENACE By Kcrcham A romantic drctt in combod cotton broadcloth. Stitched «nd tiered akirt, topped by t doll waiitrd bodice with petal enllar. Sizes 9-15 10.95 "One of Arkansas' Fine Stores" cock was curst of honor at a luncheon, c*.-cn by Mrs Hc.y Roberts at hir home on Ivirt Lafayette Street. Mrs. Roltnm presented her w i t h u piece ni her china. An arrangement of d a r k rerl p'-onir, and w h i l e r:na:/dr,iKo[!K ill a silvei IKI'.V], former! ihe center- liiecc fur the dinini; tnble. Thi« war, f l a n k e d by v.'hi'e candies in silver holders Mrs. Ktevenson of Kl I'aso, w a s ; incliulcd amoiiK the 10 u'.licr guejts. i Bridal Shower Compliments I Miss Betty Crudup A miscellaneous shower was given .Saturday by Mrs. Ucll Crud- 1 up at the home of Mrs. M a r y 1 C r u f l u p , c o m p l i m e n t i n g Miss Betty ·'·' f'ru'Ii!!). bride- elect of Hob Sellc. i ·'I he hoMcss, a'.,isled by Mrs. Mary f ' r u d u p and Mrs Pat Mhnon, | served refreshments of open faced! s.imlwiches. cake and Cokes to the fiiltnwinit cue.Mv ; Mrs. Doris Vales of F a r m i n g - j Ion, Mrs. liohert C'lirry. Mrs. Lois Stratfnn, K a r m i n g t o n , Mrs. Lois; Cnidiip, Mrs. Kiinic-e McConnickj Mrs. J u n e liiddlr, Miss Wanda ! Droyles. of K a r m i n g t o n , and Miss. .; M a r j o n c Hassctt. i j Table decorations featured an; ' u m b r e l l a suspnidcd o . e r t h e d i n - ; init table. lro m ..vhich long stream- ' PIS led IIP the t a b l e and a gift for Ihe honorei-. The centerfiiece was of yellow and pink snapdragons Game pri/.c-s were \'.'on l; Mrs. Kdith Shelly and Mrs. June Rid-: die. ! Those semliiiE g i f t s were Mrs. .luiia M f C n r m i c k , Miss Harbara Phillips and Mrs Lula Fay G a r - Coffee Concludes Parties Complimenting Miss Harlan Concluding the series- of parties ; in honor of Miss Martha H a r l a n , bride elect of W i l l i a m P. Morfian of A t l a n t a , a coffee was Riven yesterday morning by Mrs. Morris Collier and Mrs. Frank Davis, at t h e Collier home on Washington A v e n u e . A p p r o x i m a t e l y 120 called d u r i n g the hours of 10 to i2 o'clock. In the receiving line w i t h the hostesses were the honoree and her mother. Mrs. Grady Harlan, A low while basket containing a m i n i a t u r e ride groom amid old fashioned pink roses, were placed in the center of the lahle beneath an arch of w h i l e satin, from which was suspended a w h i t e wedding bell adorned w i t h t u l l e and n w h i t e satin fcruv. While t u l l e was also used about the basket. Flanking the arrance- 1 mcnt were silver candle holders and w h i t e tapers. .' During the first hour, Mrs. Emil j Sonneman presided at t h e coffee I service and assisting in t h e d i n i n g room were Mrs. Clay Yoe, Mrs. 1 Wesley O'lrdon, and Mrs. John ; H i l t o n . Assisting in the living , room were Mr;;. Jim Smith. Jr., I Mrs. B i l l \dair, and Mrs. William ; R. MeNair. ; Mrs. Herbert Thomas presided at the table during the second hour, w i t h Mrs. Jasper Pveatt Mrs. W. C. W h i t f i e l d . a n d ' M r s . ' Heydon Lewis assisting. In the . liv ; ng room from 11 to 12 o'clock 1 were Mrs. Hugh Kincaid, Mrs. ; Earl Dyess. Mrs. Virgil Blossom, j and Mrs. Paul Heerwagen. j Miss Harlan received a piece of ! her china as a gilt from the hostesses. Hamburger Supper Planned By W M. C. The West Fork Assembly of God Women's Missionary Council met in the homo of Mrs. Mary rinse Tuesday cveninc. w i t h nine- members and five visitors present. iVIrs. Gladys Hobinsnn qave tlic devotion, reading frn m the Fifth Psalm. The croup marie plans to havn a hamburqer supper, June 6, whii-h will he open to the public.' The proceeds will lie used to cup- port an orphan in Keypt, which the W.M.C. has adopted. The next meeting will be June 10. with Mrs. Robinson. Springs, where they visited Mr. Diehl's family. Mrs. Diehl is the former Miss Lucy Waugh, niece of Mi's. Jay Fulbripht. j Mrs. Kenneth Tcasdalc of St. ; Louis. Mo., is here w i t h her mo! ther, Mrs. .lay Fulhriqht. who has ' been in bed for the past few days, j after a fa" Dorado and Camden, on business, Clyde Timbrook, measurement and regulation superintendent, and Jack Smitherman, of the engineer- inR department of the Arkansas Western Gas Company, are attend- . ' C I Nr.rman. Okla., under . ., the sponsorship of the Southern Gas Asso- - s .Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gardner o f ' c i a t i o n . riussellville are visiting HIT,.! Gardner's father. Dr. E. F. Ellis, Greg Allen, Fayetteville, hss and her sister, Miss Elizabeth El- ''«'" named president, of Canter- j bury Club, organization of Epis- Personals Mrs. M. E. Barker left Wednesday for Kansas City. Mr,., where she will visit relatives and friends for several days. . _ Cpl. Charles O. Phillips of Fort] nrafis, N. C., is spending a 12-day i ful lough with his parents, Mr. a n d Mrs. Charles Oliver Phillips. They spent several days last week in El enpal students at the Universitv. Historical Society Plans Memorial Observance Mrs. Mtioon Entertains I For Son's Birthday I j Mi, Robert Mhoon e n t e r t a i n e d for her son, n i r k y . v .-ith a p a r t y in ; observance of his f i f t h b i r t h d a v , Sunday aflernoon at her home. Ice cream, cake and p i n k lemonade were .-ervo4 and f a v o r s v. c-re small pastel cups filled with assorted candy, p n r l v hats and whistles. Miss Shirley Mhoon and M i s s ' V i v i a n Faiibus assisted Ihe hostess' w i t h t h e games and serving. Guests included ' L a r r v Dale Crudup. K a i e n Kay and n i l l y .loncs, L i n d a . and Sandy C a u c h - · man, Strvie Giw, Roger Mhoon, Danny Ray Watson; j Linda Mhoon. K r a n k i o Carl Kelley. .loyre Klliotte, Linda Kay Strallnn, Patricia and Diana Tack- ctt and Petty Fatihtis. | Mothers who attended were Mrs. | Dell Crudup, Mrs. W i l a m C a u u h - j man. Mrs. Lois Stralton, Mrs. Gin: n.v Tarketl. Mrs. Heula Kauhus, Mrs. Jerry Jones, Mrs. lla Mhoon i and M'rs. Aleene Greer. : Mrs. Betty Henson and son, Rtevie. of Oklahoma City, Okla.,! were out of town guests." i Members of the Washington County Historical Society will make a p i l g r i m a g e to Evergreen cemetery Friday, Memorial Day, meelini! at 3:30 p. m., at the northeast corner of the cemetery. The pilgrimage may also he made by anyone wishing to pay tribute to the SO soldiers whose graves are found at 'Evergreen. At the grave of Melissa Pulliam, oldest dated b u r i a l , the story of Ihe beginning of Evergreen will be told. Officers of Ihe Society w i l l sketch the career of each soldier and pioneer, at whose graves there will be a pause. Sunday, the Society w i l l honor Ihe Walkers who are buried at the Walker f a m i l y cemetery on East M o u n t a i n , and the soldiers who are buried in the Confederate cemetery, also on East M o u n t a i n . Meeting at 2 o'clock. Sunday a f l e i n o o n . at the crave of Judge David Walker, pioneer builder and chairman of the Secession convention, a speaker will sketch Iiie liver, of the Walkers, the Washington;, the riurkners and other relatives. The old W a l k e r home will he visited by i n v i t a t i o n from the present owner, Miss Ina Knerr. R e t u r n i n g to ihe Confederate cemetery at 4 o'clock, the group w i l l be present [or the Confederate Memorial Day exercises. : J u n o 10. Miss Baker, assistant j Home Demonstration ayent, g a \ e , a talk on n u t r i t i o n and the use I | of gelatin to starch dark m a t e r i a l s . ' I Mrs. C. W. Kidder gave a ricm- j f.nstration on the use of dried milk | | and other foods. i i A qui/ on "what do you know I about eating?" was led by Mrs.. Roy Dunn. Hostess for the evening was Mrs. Gaylord. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rose and two children, formerly of rVacoadochrs, 1'exas. moved today into the Marinoni Apartments, located on North College Avenue. Mr. Rose is basketball coach at the University. Sst. First Class Arvil Dill, 142nd Field Artillery Group, Baumholder, Germany, has arrived at Camp Kilmer, K. ,1., and is expected home in a few davs. Mr. anrl Mrs. DeWitt Diehl of Spring Hiil, La., and daughter, i Diane, stopped in Fayetteville! while en route home from Eureka . W.R.Rogers \ Named Delegate :To Convention White Rock H. D. Club j Has Nutrition Quiz j The White R.ick Home Demon- '. slration Club met Tuesday eve- | ning in the rlubrooms. The meet- ! ing was opened w i t h group sing- | ing and the devotion, taken from \ t h e Book of Joel and given by : Mrs. Jerry Gaylord. '· The club voted to sponsor a hamburger fry and "fun" night, ' ; Mrs. Herman Riley enterlained the A u x i l i a r y to the National Fedi eralion of Post Office Clerks, at 1 her home. 21fi South Duncan | Avenue, Tuesday afternoon. ; Mrs. Grover Georae. president, presided d u r i n g the business ses- j ::ion. Linens and other articles '· were brought by the members to he sent to tornado victims in the state. i Credentials were given to Mrs. ! William R. Rogers, who will ac. company her husband as a delegate to the state convention, to be i held at the Marion Hotel in j tie Rock. Friday and Saturday. Mr. Rogers and Silas Campbell I will attend as delegates from Local fifi? of the N.F.P.O.C. · Verbenas. Peluniai, Sc.irltt Sage and Many Olher Flow, ering Plant! · Tomato. Pepper and Egg Planlt · Summer Blooming Bulbs and Flower Seeds A D A M S FLOWER SHOP Phon. 320 33 N. Block Less Thon the Cost of Gas for Driving! K A N S A S C I T Y · S H R E V E P O R T NEW O R L E A N S NOITH Lv. SiloDin SpringK. Ar. Koniat Cjty SOUTH Lv. Siloom Springs. Ar. Shreveport Ar. 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