Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 31, 1952 · Page 3
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1 IIIUlllHIUIMIimittlWIIIMItUIIHIINIIMIHIIIMHIHHimiUIHnilll Society MIS. KATHLEEN DOZIBt illllllllMIIIMNllltlltllllliiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitniiiiiiiiitiiiiiMliiiiiiiiiiiiiHiii AWUNSAS T1MK, F«yMtovflb, ', May If, mi Engagement Announced · Daily Calendar of Events · Sunday . . . Historical Society Pilgrimage, Walker Cemetery, 2 Memorial Services, Confederate Cemetery, Monday . . . HI Si Club, Clubroom, 7 Farrr.ington Lodga, Farminglon Masonic Hall, 7:30 Fayetleville District Nurses, 7:30 Ftyetleville Lodge 740, Masonic Hall, 8 THIS 'N' THAT ABOUT TOWN KATHLEEN OOZIER Graduation, vacations, bridal showers and weddings, have set the social pace this week, in fact there has been little time for anything else, so they say. Speaking of graduation, the town is now accommodating fond parents and well wishing relatives and friends, here to attend commencement exercises, but there are those from here who have gone elsewhere for the same purpose. Isabel and Morris Collier ore planning to leave Wednesday and drive to Delafield, Wis., to see son, Morris, graduate from St. John's Military Academy. Jane and Carl are going also. Following the exercises they plan to go on to Chicago for a few days before returning homeT ... Dr. Garland Melton returned by plane this week from Pacific University at Forest Grove, Ore., where he proudly watched Garland, Jr., receive his doctor's degree in optometry. Garland and his mother are driving home and are expected tomorrow. . . . Mrs. W. A. Ramsey left last night for Little Rock. Sis and Roamie Beard drove from Augusta, to meet her and they will go from there to Denton, Texas, to see Mary Beard's graduation at T. S. C. W. Mary is Sis and Roomie's daughter and granddaughter of Mrs. Ramsey. . . . Capt. and Mrs. Chester Harding and Mrs. Arthur Harding drove to Texas last Thursday. In Dallas, they met Virginia Hording who had flown over from Little Rock to join them. The party drove on to Austin, where they attended the wedding of Mary Jo Seymour to Lt. Robert Chester Harding, USAF, at St. Davids Episcopal Church on Saturday. They returned Sunday. The lieutenant and Mary Jo arrived Thursday evening for a short visit here with the family, who were hosts yesterday at a reception in their honor. . . . Of the many parties for Caroline Sue Hathcock, one deserving special mention was that given by Annabel Bates, Bess Reed and daughter Elizabeth Bogart at Annabel's home. The 35 guests included Tri Delta Alumni and Mothers Club who were served breakfast from a festive table decorated with pink larkspur, honeysuckle and snapdragons in milk glass containers, intermingled with pink candles. Follow-(Leave Next Month ing breakfast Caroline Sue was the recipient of a miscellaneous shower. . . . Wedding bells will ring tomorrow for Martha Harlan and Bill Morgan who arrived Wednesday from Atlanta. His mother, Mrs. Emilie Prichett Morgan, brother, Beau, and uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Thigpen, also of Atlanta, arrived yesterday. His father, Henry Strickland Mor- ridge-Clark Vows Said Af Elm Springs Plans Wedding In July The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Jeanninc Kliza- beth Campbell, to Atha WinficlcJ McMurtrey, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. McMurtrey of Poteau, Okla., is announced by her parents, Mr. , ,, r , and Mrs. Everlt Earl Campbell. Miss Campbell received her bachelor Muskogee, Okla.; Mrs. Frances of science degree in education at the University, where she was a | Owenby. Mr. and Mrs. D;ile Eldridge of · j of Harmon Community v/ere · i married Wednesday -.lorninq at : ! 9:30 o'clock, before the flower! i decked a l t a r of the Elm Springs ! j Methodist Church, by the Rev. ; : Woodrow Wood. ' I For her wedding, Mrs. Eldridge, j the former Miss Louise C l a r k , ' , chose a lace trimmed white pique j ii'-ess with white organdy redin- . gote. fashioned with fitted waist, round neckline, round collar and I full gathered skirl. At her v,, : she wore matched rhlnestone' clips. Her corsage was a single | lavendar orchid. i Those attending the ceremony were Mrs. W. L. Clark' and Miss, [ Lovene Clark, mother and sister ] !of the bride; Mrs. Herman Kid- | ridge and Miss Shirley F.idridge. mother n:ic! nistar cf the bridegroom. Mrs. Clark wore a navy dress with white accessories and white carnation corsage, and the bride- j groom's mother was dressed in I gray, with white accessories and | corsage. ! Following the cereman.v members of the wedding parly returned to the home of Mr. and Mrs. I Coy Eldridge for a wedding dinner. Others attending the dinner were W. L. Clark and son, Kenneth; Herman Eldridge and sons. Ollic and Wayne: Mrs. George B:irnes, member of numerous campus clubs and organizations. She served as majorette for one year nnd cheerleader for three years. She is a member of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority and was formerly employed by Southwest Casualty Insurance Company. Mr. McMurtrey attended the Uni- versily of Oklahoma where he received his bachelor of science decree I in electrical engineering in 1945. He also attended Notre Dame, Uni- i versity of Illinois and Oklahoma A. and M. He wns a member of Tau ' Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, and Kta Kappa Nu, national honor societies. He ! the Pacific for two years. Mr. McMurtrey is now assistant professor of electrical engineering at the University. The wedding will be n n event Following the dinner, the rnj- ple left on a wedding trip, a f t e r which they will make their home in Muskogee. of July 27, at the First Baptist Church. (Bob's Fhoto) her home in Divisa, Panama, she stopped in San Antonio to see son, Bob, who is hospitalized, leaving there in time to attend son, Bill's, wedding to Mary Martha Robison, in Lonoke. Dr. Bartholomew will return to the States in June and both plan to be back in Fayetteville in July. . . . Arlie Bott and Francesco Pyeott will be off on a two months vacation, starting Monday. They plan to spend most of their time in California. . . . Bill and Cleta Sue Keenan and daughter Kathy, of Tulsa were here yesterday to see Cleta Sue.'s father, Col. Cletus Bennett who is home on furlough from Germany, and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Bennett and Mrs. L. B. Uhl. Colonel Bennett returned to Tulsa with the Keenans for a visit before returning to Washington and Germany. Page Engagement Told Mrs. Belle Sweclser, 303 West Dickson Street, the engagement of her grandson, Cpl. Thomas Harold Page of Wavzata,' Minn., to .Tanel Mae Larson, Minnehaha Parkway, Minn. Cpl. Page and his" mother, Mrs. Harold Page were former residents of Fayetteville. He has completed I I months combat d u t y in Korea and is now slitioned at Camp McCoy. Wis. Cummings To Be Speaker At Memorial Service The Southern Memorial Asso- -ialio.i and the Mildred Lee Chap. trr Daughters of the Confederacy invite t h e i r f n c n d j and all others interested to attend the vesper , memorial nnd decoration exercises a! the r-mfcderatc cemetery, to- · morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. Dr. : . , r n r y M. Alexander will preside, i t h e Re'.. W i l l i a m Sherman will be j chaplain, and Judge Maupln Cum- rnincs will speak. In the event of rain the services w i l l be at the First Presbyterian Church, corner of College Avenue and Sprinj Street j Those who have flowers are ! asked to bring them to be placed 'on the graves In the cemetery. Personals Mr. and Mm. Carl Hancock and daughter, t:arol, returned yester- , d;.y from n.itcsville. where they I have been since Wednesday. Jim Boh Hale, accompanied by his sislcr, Mrs. Ethfl Cox of Buoneville, drove to Aurora, ill., to attend funeral services t h I a flften'i")'! for their brother, Clarence Hale. Scoff's To Roaring Mr. and Mrs. Omcr Olen Sullivan announce the cligagemenl nnd ap- j j^v"KiinTM oht proaching marriage of their daughter, Patricia Aim, to Rrgjrmld Rob- | -------__- ert Baxter of New Orleans, Ui., son of Mr. and Mrs. n. M Baxter o f ! Cushman. The bririe-elerl is a graduate of the Univrmly, where t h e ' received a MA degree. She was a member of Mortar Hoard and Lambda Tau honorary organizations. For Ihc past year, she has been a member of Ihc f a c u l t y of the Neosho High School, Neosho, Mo. Mr. Baxter is als i a g r a d u a t e of the U n i v e r s i l v , where he was a member of the Engineering Council and Alpha Chi Sigma honor f r a t e r n i t y . He received a master's degree in chemical engineering at Onio Slate University and is now associated with Pan-Am Southern Corporation in New Orleans. The wedding will be an event of J u l y IB, in the Central Mcthod- !f. t -VJl" r .--'. .._. . (I)ol '» Plmio) New Officers Inducted By Year 'Round Garden Club . Krniicth Teasdale return, ed last night to her home In St. i Louis, Mo., accompanied by her ! sinter. M;-J. Hal Douslan and 1 daughter, Anne. Mrs. Teasdale fa* " 1 " 1 " W m °' h "' M "' Evangelist To Speak Employes of Scott's Store and a few guests were entertained yesterday at an all-day outing and picnic at Roaring River Resort. The party left from the Square The Preston Woodruff home Thursday was the setting for the last meeting of Year 'Round Crarden Club u n l l l September. Mrs. Wallace Oliver, Mrs. R. G. Woodruff, and Mrs. Jennie Cate were the hostesses. The rooms were decorated with roses and s|.ring flowers. Committee reports were called for, also, the recent Flower Show serving decorated wedges of angei food cake. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Peck h a v e returned lo their home In L i t t l e Rock after m a k i n g a tour of Europe. Their son, Hob of Fayetteville, is with them for the weekend. Bob Logsden l e f t yesterday for before r e t u r n i n g y-.erday morning at . oV.ocTin TMV« d h "com-ng 0 ": seven cars, arriving at the resort . shorl ' c r n r e,"e,l 1 _ _ _ _ _ at 10:30 o'clock. After sighlsee- j^" ?«TM. «"%«*· H. S. Juniors the 10th annual Girls State Camp Robinson, June 8-15. ' They are: Caroline Beverly Stevenson, Nancy Jane Chamblce,. Carolyn Sue Dunlap, Nancy Caro-: lyn Skelton, Merna .lenn R o b e r t - ' L. _ / .[_ u - j i "i /~i' i ~ r-i ~.,~, ~r. s °n, Patricia Joe Anderson, and bers of the bridal party, Charles Chi Ids, Cavanaugh Carolyn gan, is expected today or tonight from Washington, D. C. Others arriving today from Atlanta are mem- ! Webelo Ceremony Held 1 For Cub Pack Seven " i ing, the group played soft ball un| til noon. I The afternoon was spent In I horseback rfding and more sight- 1 seeing, concluding the day j another outdoor meal. with Group From Sf. Paul's Murphy, Harold Smith and Frank Stephens. Before the wedding, mention must be made of the dessert bridge and kitchen gadget shower that Guinn Pyeatt and Mary Lucille Yoe gave for Martha at Guinn's home. The gift table was decorated with an antique toy range, black and a real wood burner, with tiny kettle, grates and everything for the very young housekeeper of that time. The range centered the ;able and was flanked by brass pots containing red geraniums, placed on trivets. Brass pots and geraniums, also centered the individual tables. Rose McNair, Kathryn Woodruff and Helen Virginia Young were winners at bridge. . . . Mrs. R. P. Bartholemew left this week to visit her mother at Sunbury, Pa., after a week here in the home of the George Bowens. During the week she was en- tertoined at a number of parties. En route here from For Girl's State I Cub Scout Pack Seven of Ccnlral Selected by the facultv as out- i Methodist Church rr.ot Thursday standing members of their class.' n 'E l u at tt 'esley Hall. The Indian , seven Fayetteville high schoo'l j u n - i lhcmc w:ls earned out in t h e : y , ... . . iors will represent their school j n ' ' n c c t l » B - -''*·- "ore I n d b n co;- I |Q Attend TOUfll 19010 times and tlic dens presented, " sklts - j Attending the Senior Youth Highlight of the evening w a s : Camp at Petit Jean State Park, v.-hcn eight boys received their June 3-13, from St. Paul's Epis- Wcbelo badges, the h i g h e s t copal Church, are Susan Brown, nwards in cubbing. Boys recciv- Ashton Byroade, Faith, Frances ing this award :ire Ronald GUI--; and William Ellis, Virginia Hamley, Spencer Brown, Larry Hen- , mond, J u d i t h Jones, Gregg Payne, best, D.ivirl l.ehn, Otis Douglas,! Barrett Pennick, Bass Trumbo, itf , Announcement... Due to the critical ihortagg of experienced operators, I have relinquished my manager«hip of THE ROYAL BEAUTY SHOP and have jold the la ROSE HOUSE OF BEAUTY (effective Monday June 2). I have re-decoraled my uptown talon to accommodate my combined staff. I wish to thonk each patron who hat made it possible for my enjoying a wonderful business in the past. A cordial invitation is extended lo friends and patrons to visit my newly re-decorated »alon. Rita. RITA'S BEAUTY SALON Suit*. J, IOSTON ITOftf HDO. M*M 31)4 "II Ywr Hilt Iin'l Becemlitf T* You, B* CMnlRf Te U." Glee Dunlavy. Girls Stale is sponsored Arkansas Department of the American Legion Auxiliary. The purpose is to acquaint students with the ' processes of government, provide i citizenship training and afford an cloim Seiga Cubs receiving other nrr- ns follo'Y.s: Hofocnt--Julian Arpin; The outgoing president, Mrs. n. F. Harper, gave a brief review of 1951-52 meetings, talked of past projects, and. suggested ideas for the coming year. A hospital auxiliary or committee was discussed, and it was urged t h a t the club take up some civic project. In closing, Mrs. Harper, who organized the club in 1950 and served (is ^resident for the past two years, gave a few personal observations named "Railway Crossings and ; Whistle Stops." | Mrs. W. E. N. Phillips was voted · ". IConnell. | a new member. Floral i n s t a l l a l i o n i awards: Accompanying the group will be ' ceremony was conducted by Mrs. ' j Mr. and Mrs. Alsworth Brown, j Herberl Chandler for the n e w 1 W o l f -- . M r . and Mrs. II. D. Hammond and '· officers -- Mrs. Price Dickson, A'as discussed; correspondence' Kansas City, Mo., where he ac- from State Federation office was ! cepted t h e position of supervisor Arkansas l o t sales personnel, w i t h the Cnr- ,,,, . . · ,, ,, r l)y , G u y i n a l l t m M' l k Company. Mrs. Logs- Ben y and I.,. H. Burton, of I h e i d e n will remain litre u n t i l the last Extension Department of the Uni- ' versity, was announced. This two- ' j n j n j,i m tlay course, June 24-25, is for the ! ==~ Federated Garden Clubs of Arkansas. Twelve members signed to attend. ,,f June, at which lime she will Evangelist R. A. Hill of the Mli- iiinn Department o the Arkanm Baptist State Convention at Little Rock, will begin meeting* at ttw Sulphur City Baptiit Church tomorrow morning. Service* will continue through June S3, with evening services during the week at 7:45 o'clock. DENNIS THE MENACE By Katcham Do/.ier, Coy , h c R c v M a r ; u s J. Lindloff. opportunity to participate in f u n c - ; Kr.ylor and Thomas Lilcs; tions of political science. ! Boar-Sfevie W a r d l a w , H.-irri- i , · I I · / " i t Miss Stevenson, Ifi year old. son Rultcr, Bill Ogclen, D a v i d ' M O U H l Q i n UOIOn UlID daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred ! Stnndley, Lyle Cloud, Marc'.is Park, is sponsored I Ramsey, O.iry Lunsford, Don Mc- Goorhvin anrl Bobbie Boston; Stevcnson, 7,10 by the Lions Club. Miss Chambh-e. McGtS For 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. U . i C. Chamblce, 123 E. Dickson, i: sponsored by the Business Professional Women's Club Dunlap, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dunlap, 023 Oakland, is sponsored by the Rotarv Club. Miss Skelton, 16, daughter of Mr. and Lion-- David Ross; Gold Arrow - C l a y Yoe, Stcvie Wardl.iw, nnd j Chaim Seigal, Harrison Bulter, Miss j Coy Kaylor, Lyle Cloud and Hon- J aid Gurley; Silver Arrows-- Larry Henbest, Clay Yoe. Stcvie Wardlaw, Chaim Scigal, Harrison Bultcr, Mike Davis ,-md Wayne Hyden. Sen ice Stars-- Clay Yoe. Stcvie Wardlaw, Bill Ogden and David Mrs. Everett Skelton, Route 4 sponsored by the Exchange Club. Miss Robertson, 16, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Robertson, 618J Mandley. _ North Olive is sponsored by the ~~* Kiwanis Club. Miss Anderson, 16,! .'''· ""Kh Gregory Wales, nsso- laughtcr of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jess An- ·· c ' nlc professor of m a r k e t i n g at derson is sponsored by the Ameril h c u n i v e r s i t y of Illinois, v:ili be can Legion Auxiliary. Miss Dun- \ "" nc U n i v e r s i t y of Arkansas · f a c i : l t y f,, r the second summer lavy, age 17, is the daughter of Mr. ' and Mrs. W. II. D u n l a v y of 622 Wilson. She is sponsored by the Women's Civic Organization. Springdale High School will be represented by Carolyn Simonris, daughter of Mrs. Ira Simnnds, sponsored by the B. and P. W. Club, anrt Sallio Andcrron, daughter of Mrs. Nellie Anderson, spo 1 )- Isored by the Civic Club of Spring- 'dale. _ ! Hendrix-Sanfacon ; Engagement Announced Rogers. A r k . - f S p o r i a l j - M r . and Mrs. Lonnc R. Hcndrix of Rotors announce thn cnR.'iRcmcnt of their daughter. Viola CftllcMinc. to W i l lard John Sanfacon, son of John , Sjinfiicoii of (Joltnn, (*;ilif. Thr wedding will lie ;m uvcnt of J u l y 27. ' ; Miss Hcndrix Is ,1 cr't(!u.i1r of Rogers High School. She li;is been ' employed in Col ton for i months. She is now visiting ;il the ! home of her pnrcnls in Kogcrx. , Mr. nnd Mrs, A l l a n Gilbert. .Ir., ! are in St. I,om,i, Mo., a n d are rx- L pprtrd lo r e t u r n tomorrow. I .srs.smn this yonr. president; Mrs. H. Wardlaw, vice president; and Mrs. Tom Kooth- i crs reelectod sec'v-treas.; also the [ iwo np.w members, Mrs. E. A. Hill and Mrs. Phillips, and the. rctir- I ing president, all were pinned Thft Mountain l/nion t v.'ith Sweetheart rose corsages. Demonstration Club met Wednes- j Mrs. Chandler, in a candle cere- day for a covered dish luncheon i nvmy, gave a tribute to ;i deoari- al the home of Mrs. John Wallen. · · The meeting \vas opened with the group repeating The Lord's Prayer and singing. The club re- reived a new member, Mrs. Fearn Rcaman. Mrs. Paul D. Hohannnn ; gave a t a l k on n u t r i t i o n and it v/as announced t h a t the club had . completed a q u i l t , two pillow j ruses and a sheet for tornado | relief. ! Mrs. Frankie Phipps won the ; my.stery package, a yellow cro- ' chet doily. ; The next meetin, at the homo of Taylor. j en member of the club--Miss j Elizabeth Curry. ] During the social hour rc- , frcshmenls were served. The table · was covered with a lace cloth, and i centered with n basket of pink roses, flanked by candles of the and present, presided, one at coffee urn and the other [ will he held Mrs. Charles i Glassware Fine China Gifts Housewares Catering to the Bride and Hnmcwije LEWIS BROS. CO. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Mdl «. NOW OWNED AND OPERATED BY RAY AND EDNA COLE f.^ (former operators of the Blue Moon Cafeteria) ·-·** A cordial invitation is extended to everyone to come in and enjoy good food served by courteous waitresses. Visit the Blue Mill once and you'll want to come again. Specializing In LUNCHEON'S SUNDAY DINNERS STEAKS SEA FOODS HOT ROLLS HOME MADE PASTRIES OPEN DAILY -- 7 a. m. to 9 a. m. Closed TUESDAYS BLUE MILL CAFE

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