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May 30, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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2--- MOOTMWHT Aa*AMUI TIMB, NHWIIIIHIIIIIIUIIimilUllllllHHIUIIIIIUIIIIIIIII I M I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I U l fi May 30, 1?3Z Wedding Announced MIS. KATHLEIN DOZIN ·tlUIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIMMIIIIIIMHIIIIMlllllli.iilillliilmiHMlllHIIHIIIIIIHIIIIIIHimil Luncheon Completes Party Series For Miss Hathcock Mrs L. I. Baxter and her daughter. Mrt W i l l i a m J. Smith were hostesses yesterday at a luncheon in Ferguton's dining room, cnnrluding the series of parties Given for Miss Caroline Sue Hathoork. bride elect of Ira Parsons. The honoree was sealed at the head of tht table before a w h i t e cupid placed on » tiered plateau, surrounded by pink roses and tulle. From the arrangement were satin streamers, one centering the length of the table w i t h "This romance sprouted. December 10, 3950" in sliver l e t t e r i n g . The two streamers hore the words. "Engagement ring, November 2. 1951" and "Climaxed J u n e 3. 1952." Three cujild figurines were spaced the length of the table, two of which bore bowls of pink roses. The center one held a single burning taper. M i n i a t u r e cupidii w i t h pink and green cups c o n t a i n i n g mint hearts were at each place for favors. A favor for the honoree wa» a container of California orange blosiom honey. Mls» Hathcock wa« alio presented with a hoete»s gift, a sterling pin cushion and almond dish. Mrs. Gladys Sonneman at the piano played selections of wedding music during the luncheon. Out of town gueMs were. Mrs. j F. J. Stevenson of El Paw. Tcx^s, I Mrt. Grady Hay of I/mgview, | TexaV nnd Miss Louise Lambert j o f Monticdlo. i Mrs. Williams i Hostess At Breakfast Party A b r e a k f a s t , given Tuesday morning hy Mrs. J. A, W i l l i a m s at her home on Vandeventer. complimented Miss Carbine Sue Hathcock. whose wedding to tra Parsons will take place Tuesday. Following the breakfast, the 20 guejiU showered the honoree with kitchen gadgets. The gift table was centered with two copper watering pots filled with larkspur tied w i t h green net bows. From the spouts of the pnts were rlhhon streamers with kitchen gadgets attached. Watering pots and flowers were also uted on the Individual ables. Mrs. J. F. Stevenson of El Paso, Texa« was a special guest for the mornlnf party. read by Mill Mattie Thompson. after which the roll call was made. Thl« was answered telling of "something new I have learned about nutrition." Mrs. Gladys Scott gave · demonstration on uses of dry milk. During the social hour a game was led by Lee Ila Shinn, and the Mr. and Mrs. Hoy ,lny of I . i n c n l n , announce the r n i u r m K e of their dmjghtor, Pauline, to W i l l i a m Nolmi G a n e t t , son of A. K. C l n n e t t of Prnlric Grove. The double r i n g ceremony was performed by the Benlon County judge at Bontonvillc, Saturday morning at 11 o'clrrk. The couple w i l l m a k e their homo at 5fl Washington Avenue, A l t o n , I I I . ·Birthday Party Given ForKaren Kay Jones I Mrs. Karl Jones entertained at , her home on Kebecca Avenue | Thursday afternoon tor her : daughter; Karen Kay, observing , her f i f t h birthday, assisted by Mrs. Wade Luper. I Games were played in the yard and refreshments of i n d i v i d u a l . heart-shaped rakes, ice cream and I drinks were served to the guests, i hanan. ! ;md.souvenirs were colored card- · board party hats. Many gifts were received by the honoree. Guests included Kay Carson, Fticky and Terry Kngler, Susan and !«h Hailev. Larry Luper, Toni Lynn, Prlscilla and Connie Con- I'fH.i, Parncla and Slanlpy Eden i "" *** *" *-"-° vn »-"ia wt-uncnu Kav Lynn Hall, Billy Bob Ames' of n ' 5 P»«nts, Mr. and Mrs. Fen- K a t h y , Deborah and J a n i s Sluts- ner Slice man, and Billy Mack Jones. Dr. and Mrs. J. C Norman, Okla., left Pine Bluff Editor Marries In Stuttgart Stuttgart, Ark. - W) - 'Gordon Newman Freeman, editor of the I Pine B l u f f , Ark.. Commercial | and Mrs. Eulalia Bwnham Per_ | rti'n "f Car.irten, Ark., vere mar- mystery packrge was received by i r ' ntl 8| *he First Methodist Church ' chapel here Thursday. Mrs. Opal Holland. There were 17 members and two visitors present. Hostesses were Mrs. A. Hamblen, Mrs. Finger and Mrs. Buc- Personals Mr. and Mrs. Jim Slice of Little Rock are guests this weekend Mothers present were Mrs. Winifred Carson, Mrs. Englcr, Mrs ! H u t h Hailey, Mrs. Mary Conrad, | v i s i t i n S friends Colbert nf today a f l e r Fayetteville Mrs. Luper and Mrs. Faye Eden'' I Mrs - C n l bert is the^ former Miss Gifts were sent by Mrs. Bernace Mar l!aret Bates. Jones, Mrs. Ricky Mhoon Mrs. Pearlc Trowbridge. and DENNIS THE MENACE By Kttchom 'TIL 0AMB?. ft? «W CW STOP OLKHG Ml ' Violin And Piano Recital Scheduled At First Baptist Three public recitals by violin and piano students of Lucy Leigh Brown will be given at the First Baptist Church Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Monday e'venmg at 8 o'clock, and Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Those appearing Sunday are Charlene Booth, Owanda Davis, Phillip Eagle, P h i l l i p Mace. Bobby Seay, Boyce Davis. Jerry Ross, Brenda Oliphant, and J u d y Stockburser. Monday. Glenda Steele, Gail Goodlng, J u d y H u f f , Elsa Nelle Stuckey, One Ware, J u a n i t a Ann Burson, Jay McDonald, Barbara Vaughn, Everett Vaughn. Vnda Guy Bunion, Glcinrla Jlursnn, Freddie Sim-hoy, Georgia Ann J a m i s ' m , llrcmln O l i p h u n t and Oirlcne Jiouth. Tuesday. J u d y H u f f , ,lo Ann Kelley, Lorrtln Center, Linda Fra- liek, Sharon Graue. Charlolle C'atc, Imoceue Tisdale, M a x i n c Tisdnlc, Georgia Ann Jamison, Samlrn Deasrm, Brenda O l i p h n n t , Judy Slock burger, Cnrlcne Booth, nnd Eddie Sue Berry. Scssions.Held By Women Voters' League Three u n i t meetings of the Le.'iRim nf Women Voters were held Ins! n i g h t , for a discussion of local election procedures. -The program held at the homo nf Mrs M. C. Kik was led by Mrs. R. ?cif;cl; ihe session at the home of Mrs. Margaret Whel.in led by Mrs. Everett Ham, and Mrs. W. A. Fowler letl the discussion at a neeting at her home. The same subject will be p u r sued f u r t h e r nt subsequent meet- to he announced. U.A. Social News N. H. Barnntte, head of the University department of electrical engineering, has been named chairman of the Northwest Arkansas Sub-Section of the American I n s t i t u t e of Electrical Engineers for the year 1952-53. R. E. Lanicr, instructor in the department* is the new secretary and Ed Hinkle, Fayetteville, is vice chairman. The organization is composed of professional electrical engineers in Fort Smith, Fayetteville, and other major cities in Northwest Arkansas, in addition to sponsoring lectures by men from industries in i l l parts of the country, the section cooperates with the Little ck Section in sponsoring a paper competition for senior University electrical engineering students at the close of each school year. James R. Younkln, Fayetteville, won first place t h i s year with a paper on "A Servomcchanism Analyzing." Mr. and Mrs. George M. Tow of Little Rock, are visiting here w i t h lier mother, Mrs. Ella B. Hurst and in Rogers, with his parents, Mr. snd Mrs. Wallace Tow. Announcements Calvary Baptist Vacation Bible School Vacation Bible School will open Monday at the Calvary Baptist Church, Maple and West streets, and continue through June 13. Hours will be each week day from - to 11:30 a. m. The program, arranged by the staff of teachers, "'ill include music, Bible stories, Handicraft and games. Buys and Sirls who are not a t t e n d i n g another Sible school are invited. Obituary M a l t i e Cal Maxted, head of the University department of social welfare, spoke yesterday to 'the Work in Chicago, III. Her subject was "Undergraduate Social Work Education, Step-Child or Baby." . Mrs. W. A. Ramsey will leave this evening for Little Rock to meet her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roamie Beard of Augusta. The party will then drive to Denton, Texas, to a t t e n d the graduation of Miss Mary Beard at T. S. C. W. Capt. and Mrs. A r t h u r B. Moss announce the birth of a son, Edwin Alexander, May 21, at the U.S. Naval Hospital at Camp Pendleton, Calif. Captain Moss was formerly a faculty member of the University College of Business Administration. T , . ivii*. r i eu ivici-i I aiming* of three University a r t ; ter Shirley Anr department faculty members have I Mrs. McClung's Charles Alexander Brown Fneral services for Charles Alexander 'Brown, 77, who died Monday afternoon after a brief illness, were conducted at 2 p. m. yesterday at Nelson's Chapel by the Rev. William Sherman, assisted hy the Rev. D. L. Dykes, Jr. Burial was in Fairvicw cemetery. Active pallbearers were W. S. Bronson, Jtex George, Wacle Fincher, Eston Griffith, Jasper Pyeatt, and Charles Atkinson. Uonoray pallbearers were Price Dickson. Julius Laner. G. C. Ellis, B. B. Bronson. Maynard Dorman F. S. Root. Ellery Brooks, D. F. Eoff, Doyle Adkins. Roy Corv, W. W. Ramey, L. B. Blackl and L. B Uhl. been chosen for exhibitions in other states. Two paintings by Ed- gnr A. A l b i n , "Committee" and "Water Bird," will be in the an- n u a l exhibition of Kansas and Kanma-horn painters at Kansas Slate Tearhers College during the month of June. Later, the show will be circulated throughout the state. "The Tree" by David Durst, hea3 of the department, and two paint- Inps by Neppie Connor, "Figure" i and "Figures in Space." will be i of a comprehensive A m e r i - 1 can painting exhibit shown at Stetson University this summer In connection with an arts and letters course. Farmington H. D. Club Has Regular Meeting The Farmington Home Demonstration Club met at the clun- rooms Wednesday. The devotion was given by Mrs. Tessman and was taken (rom the Book of Joel. The poem of the month was uncle Treat, when he left yesterday to relurn to his home in Abilene, Texas, after a visit here and at Bull Shoals. Mrs. McClung and Shirley Ann will also visit relatives and friends at Anson and Fort Worth. Births Mr. and Mra. Glenn Lehman Mr. and Mrs. Glenn I^ehman of Fayetteville announce the birth of a daughter, May 30, at the City Hospital. SENATE DELAYS - are stifline production, hut Chairman Maybank (D-SO of the Banking Committee said it would be a fracedy to let them die now. A f l e r the defeat, of Dirksen's ipanied j I n r i ) ..,(,, h(1 i n t e n d o r i tr , n ' f(( , r f · w · i proposal for suspending pries and waee controls. As he outlined his plan, waee- price controls--which would remain on the bonks -would go into effect aaain only if the T.ahor Department's consumer price index rose three points or war was declared by Cnncress. . Dunne yesterday's debate on the hill, President Truman sent a message to Vice President Barkley urging the Senate to reject a provision In the bill which would abolish the present Watre Stabilization Board and substitute fn all- public panel stripped of authority Beirfonville Show With 28 Events Opens Tonight Benlonviile-(Special)-The third annual Kiwanis Club horse show open tonight with horsemen from three states taking part. Three performances consisting of 28 events are scheduled for tonight and tomorrow. Tonight's show will open at 7:30 p. m., while tomorrow's performances are scheduled for 2:30 and 7 p. m. During- tonight's performance Master Sgt. Lewis R. Ames of! Bentonville, World War II and Korean veteran, will receive t h e i Soldier's Medal -- highest Army award for heroism not involving actual contact with the enemy-by Brie. Gen. John 3. Morris, Jr., adjutant general of Arkansas. Sergeant Ames, discharged last month a f t e r serving with the 936lh Field Artillery Battalion in Korea, was cited for heroism in connection with the explosion of ammunition in his battery position near Tapkong-ni, Korea, October 8, 1951. ; In addition, tonight's program 1 will feature the crowning of the show queen, and a c u t t i n g horse! exhibition by the Neosho, Mo., i Saddle Club. Tomorrow after-1 noon's top event will be a parade' through the business section. I DoiuldioB T* BjM«k Postmaster General Jesse M. Donaldson will speak over-CBS at 9:30 p. m. June 2 on "Know Your Postal Service." The talk will be his address before a banquet of the Ohio chapter of the National Association of Postmaster! at Columbus, Ohio. EVERYTHING M nUMBINO and SUPPllCS FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. GOVERNMENT AVE ·JVerbensi. Petunlai, Scarlet Sage and Many Oth» Flaw, tring Plants · Tomato, Pepper and Can Plant! · Summer Blooming Bulbt and Flowtr Seeda A D A M S FLOWER SHOP Phsnt 320 91 H, Block Mr. and Mra. William E. Wolfe Mr. and Mrs. William E. Wolfe of Springdale announce the birth of a daughter, May 30, at the County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Lloyd Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Lloyd of Springdale announce the birth of a son, May 30, at the County Hospital. iMii,m_ panel siriDpea 01 authority to recommend settlement of labor-1 management disputes. The hoard! now is composed of an equal ntim- | her of industry, labor and public I members. -A, Announcement... Due to the critical shortage of experienced operators, I hove relinquished my managership of THE ROYAL BEAUTY SHOP and have sold the La ROSE HOUSE OF BEAUTY (effective Monday, June 2). I hove re-decorated my uptown solon to accommodate my combined staff. I wish to thank each patron who has made it possible for my enjoying a wonderful business in the past. A cordial invitation is extended to Mends and patrons to visit my newly re-decorated salon. /? RITA'S BEAUTY SALON Suit* 3, BOSTON STORE BLOC. Phone 3134 "It Your Hair Isn't Becoming To You, Be Coming T» W Tomorrow is the LAST END-of- TERM % off on All Merchandise One Day Only-Saturday, May 31 · Previously advertised items still are yours at substantial s a v i n g s ! Don't miss this grand opportunity! School's out soon, and we're celebrating with this store-wide sale It's iTeorl "" ^ fam ° US mme merchandise at a big savings. Come ^ · Dresses, backless with little jackets, lace and gold cloth · · Sportswear · Petticoats, wide with crinoline trim, white, black, navy blue *) Blouses, sleeveless, long and short sleeves · Swlmsuits, sizes 12 to 44 · Shorts, terry cloth, denim, gabardine. Terry cloth top» · Bearh robes · Beach towels, very large · Halters » · Slacks · Bras, famous name, strapless and regular · Hnse, all summer shades · Gloves, imported from France, ecru and white · Milan straw bags · Belli, wide contour, straw and leather · Costume jewelry, wide selection · Brunch coats · Dusters · Sle*veless sport coats." · Play suits · Sweaters · Nylon briefs · Anklets · M i d r i f f s · Hanklei · Scarfs · Evening bags Tbt ftshion Center phone 421 641 W. Dicker.

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