Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 2, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 2, 1952
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MOKTHWOT AIKANSAS MenJey, JMM S, 1«7t /liss Gastineau is Bride Of Sgt. Shelton Bentonville-(Special)-MissFran- ciae Gastineau, daughter of Mrs. Geneva Gastineau of Rogers, and Sit. 'Jack Shelton, son of Mrs. Laura Creek of Bentonville, were married Saturday night at 7:30. The double ring ceremony was performed at the home of the officiating minister, the Rev. James A, Overton, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Bentonville. The bride was a.tired in a navy blue suit with white accessories, and wore a corsage of white carnations. Don Shelton, brother of the bridegroom, was the couple's only Attendant. The bride was graduated from Receives Promotion Pea Ridge High School with the class of 1950. The bridegroom attended Bentonville High School until his enlistment in the Army two years ago. He served 191 ! months in Korea, returning to the j United States February 7, at which i time he was awarded his h i g h ! school diploma. j Following the wedding, Mr. i and Mrs. Shelton were honored at | dinner at the home of his brother- j in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.; E. W. demons. ' '- The couple will make t h e i r . ; home in Wichita, Kan., where h e ] i is employed at the Sutton Aircraft j ' p l a n t - _ European Visitors Here ! To Study Soil Problems i · Eleven visitors from four Euro- I 'pean countries were guests in Fay- I etieville last night and today. They | ; are here to study the state's soil j j fertility problems and how these j problems are being met. and were j Robert B. Luper, son of Mr. and to visit tho University farm while j Mrs. J. B. Luper of Fayetteville, here. Two are from Austria, three -serving with the 64th F. A. Bat- from France, two from Norway and the others from Holland. They i are guests at the TMt. Inn. Personals Year Cook's Paint Store has the mnawer to ·!) your home dtcor«tint problem* -- in the new Cook'* Shtdotone Color C * b i n i - t · nd FREE Color Pl«n. The Color Pl»n Folder ii yours to Keep--ehowi the color-pltnnrd effect Iwfore you ·Urt to paint! Wills, Ceiling, Fl««rj, A c c e n t s Cent* to Lift In Y o u r tttVi Color Pton FtMwl C O O K ' S P A I N T S Mr. and Mrs. Bill Maxwell and ' children are here from Wichita, Kan., visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Maxwell. Hal Douglas and son. Doug, left this morning to join Mrs. Douglas i and daughter. Ann, in St. Louis, i Mo. They will be guests of the I Kenneth Teasdales until Wednes: day. lalion in Korea, has been promoted from lieutenant to captain. Capt. Luper has been in Korea since September 10, 1951. W. \V. Swaney, Route 3, today celebrated his 81st birthday. He was guest of honor at a dinner party yesterday attended by Mr. and Mrs. Deryle Easterling and children, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Easterling and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Swaney and children of Tulsa. W. E. N. Phillips met Mr. Phillips in West Texas and together they attended commencement exercises a I Tulsa University, Tulsa, Okla., where their son, Jonathan, received his master'.-, degree in geophysics. The J o n a t h a n Phillips are at the present visiting here with his parents. He has accepted a position with the Schlumherger Well Survey. Births Mr. and Mil. John A. Gritlon Mr. and Mrs. John A. Grisson of Fayetteville announce the birth of a son, June 1, at the County Hospital. " ! Following the convention of the National Federation of Women's Clubs, in Minneapolis, Minn., Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Crawford, Jr. | Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Crawford, j Jr.. of Cannon Creek, announce j the birth of a son, May 31, at the County Hospital. 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The land north and past of the Great Lakes is rising--making a slow recovery from the great dimple pressed into the earth by the weight of ire during the ice ages, says the National Geographic Society. It is believed the banana originated in Southeast Asia. I MODEL GK 72 Regular price... 159.95 Trade-in allowance ... 40.00 YOUR TRADE-IN AS DOWN PAYMENT IF DESIRED Balance Convenient Term Come in and let us show THESE FEATURES- · Divided top with' large serving space · Concealed oven venting · · Spacious oven with heat control · CleanQvkk smokeless broiler · Stain-resisting porcelain finish · Four Simmerset burners · Lifetime guarantee en aM burners"«md oven bottom you . Orly in · Tapp»n fit r»ngc can you get such a vnJue today. Vs- We hare sold a lot of ranxcn in our day, and this, believe uj, is a real yalue. There'll be years and years of happy cooking for you with thU Tappan. 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