Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 4, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 4, 1952
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M I l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l f t l l l l l l l OtTHWtST AMAHS** HMB, Arfc.««, WMn«d«y, Jun. 4, t»5J MRS. KATHUEN OOZIE* flllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllillllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII · Daily Calendar of Events · Tonight , , . Nl-.-ji Rescr-.p F.liTlr.-.nif Company S-fi Dull. F.aion Building 7 Delta ?.;;':.ia, Hue!, Kincnid. 7-.?n K*p| , Alpha Phi. 411 1 art Rock Str'e.t, 7 :i'i Sift] N'ohinteer Air Fr.rcp. Hespr. c So.u.,dn.ii. 7,:to Arn.i ftr:crvr. |ll"v Hfi Crnler Sheet. 7:30 Uni.-ir.'ity Lodfp. Ii. D, Masonic Hall, 7 . 3 0 J. O ·"'. F. icii IF H.iil. « Thursday . . , R.-i'nn (":uii. VVa-.hir.Klun Hotel, 17 l.'l'ii", JI:Hr-d I cr I'hsp'ci, Mi:.s K.'ithcrine Oh-er '· 30 C ' h . ' i i - t r r S, P. I.:, '..i.. 2:?,tl Farn;,.\ .Sup].-r. Cnunti v Chili, 7 Amoncan l.f;iop, An.%ilian. l.c^irin Hut, 7:30 Ilalrh'.ir, Ci'rninandcry Four, Masonic H.'ill. 7.311 Central Methodist, Scene Of Trcat-Shorey Wedding Mir.s Baibara Sli'uev, d,lighter of Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Shorey of Pa!l;i.. Texas, was m.irnt'd to Ralph A. Treat, son of Mr. and Mrs T. A. Treat, in a ceremonv performed S.ituiday afleinoon a| the Cfntral Methodist Church bv the Rev. D L. Dykcf. Jr. Vows were said in a doublp ring ceremony before the church altar, Dry Eczema Itch Oulek, lotting relier-.kin toothed and ioflentd with Oil-rich* Resinol OINTMENT--'Conlomi lanolm topped with ii white orchid. Mln Baihara Johnson, maid of honor, wore a ballerina length f r o r k nf ha by blue l a f f c t a and blue net. II wis fashioned with a low neckline nnd liny buttons ilciM-n tin. hack. S|H- wore ,-, small l'-h cap and carried a pink and wliit- li'iljr|iirt i,l carnations l.u Ellen liiirlnn served in run; | bearer and Siinnv Lee Sturtevanl , M.Tved as fio'.vrr girl. Mi". Shnrev wore a Ian jihecr I f " " k willi lavender acce'-viries . a r i d lavender ca:-:;;,1mn coinage. Follo'.'.-ji.i,' the wedding a i p c e p - . li'm was held jn Ferguson's din- in;: morn. a f t e r whir-!: || l( . couple' IP!' on a wedding dip In F.uir-ka Spii'i;:-. F-ir t r a v e l !!,·· bride worn a navy him- .-ml w i t h while vest and .-irc-os-i,.-:.^ sin- wore the 01- rhrl. r-.-iMini during the ceremony, ': Mr and MIT. Trent will make I I I ' " ! h'.ll.r. a l M r f i h P C . I l l , l|| Allg- i ' 21. al v. iiiih time ho will n- l"..'i to Korl fir-mime, Ga., lor nffi- ' ''IT:- I raining. I Mrs.-TrP.ll C'.'idil.itcd |a-.( week , '."1th I hf r-eninr H:i". r,l F a v r - l l i ' i viilp llit'h School and Mr. Tioal r"-:,dllale F n - ' - I V (|l,| n I tip meetlnf was the decision to have a rummage sale, June H. place to be announced liter. Mrs.'Ruth Gilbert is chairman for the sale. , : The annual picnic of Altrusa ICIllhwill he held June 12 at 7 p. ro.. in the home of Us treasurer, . Mis'; MabPl January, 503 Forrest Street. This will be for members and their guests. Coffee Compliments i Mrs. Herbert Burton A coffee. l*,noiing Mrs. Herbert ( Hurlon, was given .Mondav morning by Mrs. Ray W. Alford at her home. 407 F.ast La fa veil p. Mrs. Billion will acriimpaiiy her husband, Major Hurlon, In his new s'alion at Maxwell A.'r Force Rase Montgomery. Ala., where he will icport in Augusl. will be served at noon. "Ladies a shower of h»ndkerch!ef Mem- Day is scheduled for each Thurs- , bers of the Post were guests of the day and golfers who arc members: Auxiliary. Refreshments were are asked to attend. served by the hostess. Summer Program Planned For All Girl Scouts ~ s h i m m i n g ·lass'.?, June- 2. 1 ). at the city Pool. The course in swimming; taught bv Miss Alice Aumick. will continue for six weeks with classes pach Monday. Wednesday and Frilay from 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon. To Milicinale, girls must obtain a Thad Eowden, Sr., of Fayettevillc 'a guest in the Roy Williams' horn received the degree of doctor of . philosophy, Monday nieht at the University rjf North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N. C. TQ f| , i Two New Officers' Announcements according to ability ......... Th-rc- will be no charge for the i-oursf ann health certificates may be obtained at no charge liv reporting at 12 o'clock noon to Dr. Hall at the Health Offices in the basement of the County Hospital I.eupp at the Phillips Motor Company hospitality room tomorrow evening starting at 7:3n o'clock. Leupp will move with his familv to California and said in calling | the meeting that a new commander and adjutant will be elected at the Thursday night session, Ho stressed the importance of the meeting in calling for all members to he present. j - ' ' A l ' r Cnrrn D/lTP Alf rOfCB KUIL ! First Lt. Adam A, Williams left : Monday for his new assignment at l.owrey Air Force Base, Denver, i Com., after serving for ihe past four years as a member of ihe Air Force ROTC S t a f f of the University. Mrs. Williams will accompany her husband to Denver. Judge John F,. Miller returned to Fort Smith today after holding. Federal Court here for the past several days. While here he was Mr. and Mrs. Robert dines and two children are guestsHhis week I in the home of Mrs. Ethel Began ' 323 West Spring Street DENNIS THE MENACE ' Milan S. Creizhton. president r.-f the Fayptteville Ki'.vanis Club and Fayetteville delegate to Ki- '.vanis Intecnation 1 convention at , Seattle, Wash., June 15-19, left yesterday morning for California Mrs. CreiRhton and sons, Gary and Milan, Jr., accompanied him. . They will make an extended trip to California, Oregon, Washington and Canada, returning during ' uip_first week of July. By Ketcham decorated with baskets nf peonies. Miss Nancy Chamhlee at the organ played a prog,am of wed- · fling music and accompanied solo' ists, Miss Carol Slensing and Capt George Parsons, who sanr; "lie- cause. " "I Love You Truly," and · "The lord's Prayer." Given in marriage hy her father, ' t h e hrirle wore a pink satin bal- j lerins length gown, strapless and fashioned with hooped skirt inserted with net ar. I lacp. Over the gown she wore a while lacp bolero jacket and her elbow Ipngth gloves a also of white. Her only ornaments were white pearl earrings. The veil nf illusion fell fiom a close fitting sweetheart hat. She carried a white Jlihle " . University. I Altrusa Announces I Year Committees Al Hi" A l t r u s a Board of Direct o r s meel ing, held Friday at the home of ihe club's president. Mrs. Sue Kr-Mer, working committees within Ihe club were appointed as: Public Relations. F.xlrnsinn. and Alliusa Information, Miss Helen .Fia.-.ier, chairman: Ways and I M.'ans, Mrs. Ruth Gilbert; Publici- ; ty. Mrs. Kthel Sure: · Program, Mrs. Mathilda Mi-AI. lisler; Intprnalional Relalions. | Mrs. l.rssip Ktrinercllow Read; i Constitution and Hy-Laws, Elizar i beth Moorp. ' The club appointed Miss Frasier | as representative from Ihe Al| Irusa organization to the Bnnrd ; of Directors of Fayelleville's Safe; ty Council. i Other/business at the Hoard Shamrock Club The .Shamir Club will meet tomorrow at 2:3, p. m., m the home of Mr=. c. P. nortd, BOO North Mission Avenue. American Legion Auxiliary The American Legion Auxiliary will meel tomorrow at.7::»l p. ni. in Hie l.ejrion Hut, f,.,r election of officers. I'DC. Mildred Chapter The Mildred Lee Chaplcr of U. D. C. will meel tomorrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the home of Miss Katherine Oliver, West city limits. Ii Al basement nf the 'central Tresby 8 i ".'?'!' wivrs TM t?rtai ned with a lenan Church. · ' chicken and steak barbecue at the The eight lessons will include '· C ' !y Park yesterday afternoon) Of- beginners and advanced square ' ''"ers "£ the ROTC-staff and their ' dancing groups and other dance' wives were guests. I routine?. I Those present for the barbecue ,.,, . ,''"""'°. rl ' rnfl P.s will also re- included the following: Lt. Col. i , day evening from 7 to 8:15 o'clock Swimming and dancing Ics.-ons will he offerer! nt no charge sponsored hy the Fayettcville' Girl Scout Council. 1 1'etunla fijrdpn Cluh · The Pclunia c.arden Club will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ella Hlack, 424 North West Avenue. ; Cnunlr.v Cluh Gulf Association Ladies DII.V Thp Country Cluh Golf Association Ladies Day will he held tomorrow, beeinnin? at 9 a. m. with 'Blind Bneey" Tournament. Lunch ! Mr;-,. Lee Honored By V. F. W .Auxiliary Memhers of the Jack Tidball 1 Auxiliary of the Veterans of For, Pirn Wars, met al the home of Mrs. 1 Xora Mae Ward, Auxiliary president, last nig)it for a farewell party honoring Mrs. Abhie Jo Lee , who is leaving Fayettcville. Games were p'ayert during the nnd the honorec received ;, Jr · Maj. and Mrs. William w'. Lee, i Ma.i. and Mrs. Cyrus B. Vance,' Capt. and Mrs. John J. llenneber- ger, Capt. and Mrs. George H., Parsons, Lt. and Mrs. George A i Dawes; ' ·« ' M. Sgl. and MYs. Lawrence W.; Bpekstead. M. Set. and Mrs. Ar-i thur O. Bnurlrcaux, M. Set. and Mrs. Joseph Donatn, M. Sat. and ! Mrs. Floyd .w. Ilargrave, T. S?t. j and Mrs. Robert H. Dcvor. and S. Sgt. and Mrs. James R. Bowles. Robert William Rowden, son of i _'Aj^BOD/H£RE JVER SfEN A KSAL J.IVE SKUNK?' . ^TEST COI-I'BCTION OF MEly- s *'---- ·· KJk U_1^J^^ M.... 1 i_ .-^^^^ IMMlM I«MH iMtktf Ml. Set, $10.00.1 Mp. 8.H,NiW« *«*t |r ·*.- m **+* %«· R M W ·». ».».' (Mb MM. Mt, In tM, *t.», IM MM Mto, KM. ttl. M.M.* KM, M. p * *~- ^

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