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I--NOÂ«THWBT AUKANSAI TIMtS, hryÂ«*tyHrÂ», AricomM, Fridoy, Jun* Â«, 1932 HHHIIIIIMIHIIH.IIIIIIimilllmilHIIIIIIimmilllllllllimilllllllllllllllllllllllllll Bridal Shower Compliments Miss Crudup tyrdivanf-Robinson Family Night Engagement Told :Hcld At New Phone Office MM. KATHLEEN DOZIH 'iiiiiiiHiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiHiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiifiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Uni-. r r s i t v B a r r a l a i u - e a t e . s'tarti-.mi, ' Fo.vp:u-'illr AÂ«;r,cia!inn of L i f e Underwriter!,. Fen Saturday . . , Al'imn.-ir Coffr-e. Hnlronihe H a l l . 10 a. m. Com:.:!': ions Prr-.'cnlatjnn. Gn-ok T h e a t e r . 10 a m. Aiun-.m Lnnrhf-'in, s t i K t p n i t ' n i ' i n . 12 Ti f re p t i n n , Front Campus 2 t : n i v c i M f y ('ommriif p m t ' l i l , .S'adiu.'n. f l A shower honoring Mist Betty ! Jo Cruiiup, was given Tuesday . evening by Mrs. Lawrence Cassat i at her home on H i g h w a y 16, west. ' | Miss C r u d u p is bride elect of Rob j Shelly of F.irmington. i The honoree received a corsage j of rod ropes from the hostess. I Games were played, followed by- Re- f r e s h m e n t s of cake and punch WPIT- served from a t a b l e covered I w i t h lace and centered w i t h regal ! lilies, s bride's Soil and white Mrs. H a r o l d Casval of Johnson i a v H M the hostess in serving the . 17 guests who were present. Engagement Told Ceremony Performed Public Invited To Reception At University The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Peggy Sue I S l i i r r i i v a n t to Pfc. W i l l i a m Neil Robinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. l.r-o R. Robinson of F a y p t t p v i l l p . is announced by her mother, Mrs. Opal Sturtivant of Prairie Grove A commencement reception for seniors, a l u m n i , f a c u l t y and public w i l l he held on the front campus from 2 to 3:30 tomorrow- afternoon. In t h e receiving line w i l l be President and Mrs. John Tylffr Caldwell, Provost and Mn. Joe E. Covington, Mr. and Mrs. T. C., Carlson, and members of the Uni ; .The .Southwestern Boll Tele- i phone Company of f a - . o t l c v i l l c held f a m i l y night last n i Â« n i at the new b u i l d i n g at East and : .Spring streets. A p p r o x i m a t e l y I.TII to 20U nm- . plojes. their f a m i l i e s and friends ; viewed the new building and heard a t a l k on "Freedom--O u r American Way of Life," given by Bob Ferrell w i t h the telephone company in L i t t l e Rock. F.mployes a c t i n g as guides for the lours of lhe hniirfi.,j ......... '. Mrs. Marjone Duncan, Mrs Xaii- ! nie l.ittrell. Mrs. Mildred Cooper i Mrs. Madge Kinsey; i Miss Naida Claypool, Miss Ora ' Boyd. Miss H e n r i e t t a M r K n i g h t , i .Ben H. Noel, Don Yarberry, a n d 1 Wallace Scull, building superin- t e n d e n t . 1 Among those a t t e n d i n g the party nere A. M. Rubech, district t r a f - fic s u p e r i n t e n d e n t of Fort Smith, . o or mt, The wedding will take place this "nd Mrs. R u b e c h ; and G. A. 11 ! month, a f t e r which the couple ; Johnson, retired Fayetteville corn- w i l l l i v p in fihreveport, La., where , P"iy manager and Mrs, Johnson Robinson is stationed at Barks: Refreshments of coffee, Cokes dale Field. Kent Named AMVET Post Commander Dale Kent was elected post , commander of the AMVETS in a Trustees with ! special meeting last night at the j and cookies were served. | Friendly Circle Plans vcrnily Board of their wives. I Phillips Motor Compiny. Miss ! Shaffe In event of rain, th* reception Ethel M u l l t n n i v was elected ad- Each w i l l he held in the Student Union, i i u t a n t , and both were installed b Ten members of the Friendly Circle Club met Mor.day evening w i t h Mrs. Clyde Selle. The de. - votion was given by Mrs. B i l l member gave a useful household h i n t in answer to the Soviet Union Recalls Ambassador Panymhkin i Washington-OT - Russian Ambassador Alexander S. Panyush- kin said today he has been recalled to the Soviet Union "in connection with a new appointment." 1'iin.viiKhkin said he will leave Sunday for New York en route back to Moscow through Sweden He raped today on Secretary of Stale Acheson, presumably to inform him of the decision. The Â· t a l k lasted 25 minutes. Panyushkin has been Russian ambassador to the United States since December 31, J947. Artists-Craftsmen Ffir i v / i Workshnn n v / i i v a u w p ! Orrin Henbest, state AMVETS'roll call, a f t e r which all repeated of 'Mr*Tnd Mrs A^mTr^rHilfhwa 3 - Ts commander. the lord's Prayer. During the ' ate o f ' t h e Alma High'School and is'a m Four Hp] noa f ot- 3nd fj-iiit- oTln.. niHMhPCC criEcinn f h f i rlllh nlin f ' J CM Â· " ' " " n i o r i J l l mt_ L i u n pi.in- bornr.iy. ,Shp is now pmploved bv ile for Sfiturdny pariy. Dyer was recently discharged , , ., , delegate* and four alternates \\-pre elected to the state ! nefl to be lield in For donation Mr, and MrÂ». Roy Grimsley -- Green's Photo. Central Methodist Is Scene : Of Grimsley.rAlter Wedding workshop for children, sponsored . the Council of Ozark Artists and Craftsmen, was announced yesterday. The workshop, first to he held by the council, will he held on Saturdays beginning July ."j. iiisiness session bake and to make Kent, JamÂ»s T. Phillips. William | members and their families will R. Rogers and Miss Mullennix. A l - i ^ e held soon, it was announced. . ... ,, . _. . . A f t e r the business session. games were played and Mrs. Charles Banks received the mystery package. Refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by her d a u g h t e r , Carolyn. The next meeting w i l l be held June 16, at the home of Mrs. Shaffer. Taft Seeks Radio-TV Time From Networks Washingtnn-r/P)-Sen. Robert A. Taft of Ohio has appealed to the Federal Communications CommiF- sion for a nationwide radio-TV honk up such as the three major networks gave Dwight D. Eisenhower's Aliilene address. Taft and Kiscnhower are the top contender, ' fnr the Republican presidential nomination. Sen. Estps K e f a u v e r (D-Tenn), seeking the Democratic nomination, has protested tho refusal of ' CBS to aive him the same amount of time it gave Eisenhower. Warm Day In Prospect Over Most Of Nation - Chicago-(/P)-Another warm day | was the outlook for most of the i country today, duplicating yester- 1 day's mid-summer weather.'lt was j hot and humid over wide area? of ' j the country yesterday with tern- Miss Morse is a K r n d u - Texas ar.d the far Southwest, i member of tho Beta Sigma Phi Today's lowest readings were in he Arkansas Western Gas Com- the Northeastern states. Mr . anrt Mrs _,,,,.,, R1 , )ck } . Daughter. Diane, have gone to through August 23, and will end: Wynne to visit his parents with an exhibit and show A u Â£ u s t . .10. Children aged six to 18 may Haiv.M n. Hewitt, Kpringdale, participate. A small fee will be former University s t u d e n t , has ,., charged, and the number of. chll- been awarded the T,LB degree b y ' rtren w i l l be limited. j L a S a l l e Extension University o"f mtn Truman Delays Visit To McGrath Farm Ve^i^^Th^^S 0 ^ 1 """- 1 "" TM"'*- "I""' -Â«"-Â«Tmt ,MÂ±! \ e t e i r f n s Hospital. The wedding will be an event of August 10.. : 11-19-tf (Bob's Photo) ; == Obituary Highway 45 east, died yeslerdav afternoon at 3:45 in the City Hospital after a brief illness. She was born at Henrietta. Texas, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Dorkrry. She came here at The workshop will be held south ' chi "B"Mr. and Mrs. Sam Peck of L i t t l e of Springdale on Highway 71 on the properly of Mrs. Sally Rund- ,, , , . , Â·Â· -Â· - quist. who will direct the C h i l - ' ""^ v ; hn n ' v !, r e c e n t l y rpl "[, n?d riren's Theater. Workshop director I Â£'.'"]" TM r n( J M TM*' "* '" la -, Barnes of Favrtle- ; ,1 * " ri Â« r a d u a t l n n of j,^ ' ' t h e i r son. Bob, at the University. Washinglnn-Wl-PresinVnt Tru- .... is postponing his planned i Ga , weekend at the Rhode Island farm from Â·J. Howard McGrath. The While ! House snid today the v i s i t , scheduled for J u n e 14 and 15, w i l l he delayed to "an early date" because the president wants spend that weekend w i t h In a ceremony performed Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, Miss , Katie Alter, daughter of Mr. r,nd 1 Mrs. Glenn Alter of DcWitl, became the bride of Hoy Grimsley, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. K. G r i m . sley of Sprrf ;dale. The double ring ceremony was performed bv the Rev. 11 L. Dykes, Jr., ot the ' Central Mclhodist C h u r c h , Miss Louise Siubblofipld, organist, played- a program of n u p t i a l , music i n c l u d i n g the t r a d i t i o n a l wedding marches, and "Because," and "Always." The bride, given in marriage hy her brother, Charles A l t e r , wore a w h i t e street l e n g t h , w a f f l e pique frock, strapless and fashioned w i t h w h i t e organdy redingoie, f i t - cessories. White gardenias formed her corsage. Mrs. Grimsley, mo- Iher of t h e bridegroom, wore navy accessories \vlth a dress nf p i n k eyelet embroidery, pinnr-d w i t h a shoulder rorsatfe of garttcnias. Leonard Orimslcy of H|,nngdalp. served the hririecronm as best man. Kerving as candle l i d i t c r s and ushers were H i l l Clowcr of Monliccllo. Don Tyson, Sprinildale. and Wallace Hudson of Jasper. Miss Lucy l.pnhnpr was In charge of the bride's hook. T h e cnuplc l e f t i m m e d i a t e l y f o l l o w i n g the ceremony on a short wedding Inp. a l t e r which ( h e y w i l l make thr-ir home in Fayetlp- vil!e. whc-rc he w i l l a t l p n d the University. ana Teachers w i l l I n c l u d e : Dr. Bruce Benward. associate i daughter, M a r g a r e t . It w i l l he her Bill Kennedy of Rnjtrs riresi- |)ro ' esB( ? r Â°' music at the tlniver- lilst weekend in Washington be- dent of the council, who will teach j ! i l y - wi " h Â« 'Â·"!Â« '" Â» district !'Â°Â« a trip to Europe, leather work: Mrs Kennedy, not-1 p l a n o c Â° nl Â« sl of the National Guild i n g - M r s ' Alice i 0 ' pi ' no Teachers, J u n e 11 al i'h^rnlon, head- of the John Brown j M l a m i Okla. j University art department; Barnes! fn c-hand drawing ' w e a v i n g ; j R a l p h M i l l a r of Springdale, day. Gnagey received his bachelor i - . v o c d w o r k ; Mr*. R u t h Scholl i f ; of science degree. S|ii ingdalc, a n a t i o n a l ^-crwoman,; _ . ; p..dry and c r e a i i ' - j ivr-i'in;; H a r - ry Schnll of 'Springdalr, lecture- (U'Mionstratlons na scu-ptiirc. Â· Mrs. R u n d q u i s t wis me of the founrk'rs of Caun Park aiul Children's Theater in Cleve land. Her extensive activili h a n d i I ' awrpn( 'Â» Npvln Gnagey nf Â· Rogers, was amnnjr the graduates I at the University of Illinois, to- i Convicted Rapist Pays With Life For Crime Tucker Prison Farm. Ark.- IfPi- thrice-convicted Negro rapist Moj. Walter f. Hall M a j . Walter F. H a l l , who h a s ' age of 12 and had lived in Wasii- sorved since J u l y , 1950, as execu-; ingtnn County most of her l i f e live o f f i c e r of the Quartermaster ' She was a member of the O a k l a n d ! R e r l a m a t i m i Dcpnt at .Marburg. Baptist Church, and was married nc.rm.my, died .May 18, at Gies- in 1JI06 to George G u l l c v in Fay- 1 ;cn, Germany. M a i o r Hall was etteville ' I jorn October i n , ]H)5 at Cordele, Â· she is surviycd hy her husband : u-as K r a d u a i P d in 1831 ; o f the home; two 'sons, Cadtoii i Â·orge l'e:.body College, ; aml Raymond Gullev both o Tenn w i t h a B. S. M. A and : Fayettevi^e; one daugh.or M ' t a u g h t physics and chemistry m : N c ]| R j,, KS F a y e t t e y i 1 1 P-, ' Georgia and N a s h v i l l e , Tenn. In b r o t h n r i Sam Dockerv , FwUc- ' Wi he joined the U. S. Army. vil , ,, n j M - Mav Ty: During his services he was a w a r d n ,,, p ssaden .,, C a lif Wvpn prf the Pmlippme Liberation_Bib- : grandchildren and one' g r e a t - i g r a n d d a u g h t e r . ; Funeral services will be con: ducted tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. in the Oakland Baptist Church by the Rev. Sheridan Johnson of Wesley and the Rev. I. S. Whiteley ' of Summers. Burial wil be in the ' cemetery under t h e di~ ,' - h,s!,, o n . Pacific Campaign Medal, the . , American Occupation Ribbon and World W a r I I Victory .Medal. Major H a l l wo, the son-'m-law of Mrs. James T. Berry of Fayette- v j ] l c c-" . . , j , . ., .Survivors i n c l u d e his wife. Mrs. F i a n n s B . Hall, llarburg: h i s ; Oakland Â· V*tbÂ«nu. Pituniit, Scarlet Sage and Many Other Flowering Plants Â· Tomato, PtppÂ«r and EM Plantt Â· Summer Blooming Bulk* ud Flower Stedi A D A M S FLOWER SHOP Pho.Â» ItO 13 N. Block Joanne O'Kelly Ferguson - - -- Â·Â· -- - 5 - - - ......... ^ , . . - , v , n . , m i . L - I'hildren. Pvt. \ V a l t e r electroc'ited here t h i s mornir.j;! F. Hall, Jr., Luke Air Force Base, after an attempt to gain a f o u r t h ; Phoenix, An;-.., Billy and Judy -ille. .stay of execution failed late ypc- "' terday. Hprman Maxwell. 23, 'was l:all of Na; Funeral SPI \ices wpre held May 2fi in F r a n k f u r t . B u r i a l ser\-ices Fayetteville, received the bachelor ; pronounced dead' at fi-45 'a'ni of art, degree, today at c o m - j First convicted in J M B for the v.-HI be at A.linfiton National^eml , mencment exercises at the Uni- ! rape of an expectant white mother ctcrv Theater; versify of Illinois. j n e a r Hope. Ark.. Maxwell harl Â· Â· won three stays of execution on i,inn. ni-i C.MCU.-'I . i- n v i n M i v i ) i n . Mrs. S. D. Armstrong and sons,' appeals to the st$(3 Supreme t h i s field including costuming for! Brady and Reed, of Shrevepnrt. Court. , - t h e Television. Workshop in New ! La'., are visiting this week in the " ! York and directing the 2,fJOO-Rirl home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cuyhnga C o u n t y C a m p f i r e Girls' R. E. Brady, and her brother-in, d r a m a t i c production in Ohio. ; law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph i Assisling Mrs. Rundquist w i t h c - Pinkerton and family, Â·the Children's Theater will he Mrs.' 1 I,. J. Carr, Snringdale, former d-i- i '; o u t l i n i n g t h e neckline. Her w h i t e accessories included a small s l i a w hot w i t h v e i l i n g tii-il at t h e back a n d c:iuf.h: nvcr each ear \Mt)l f l o r a l r,o:c^.is. She carried a - w h i t e Bible and orchid streamers. M r| ., r j .,' c - , ,"^ ' V , " ",.. '' Â·' lrl ^ d\, I ,? K ( ' , m " ,, ?,'*: "' ,V '. '""* ' ' ', i - - , r \ ,,, ,"-' 7 ' *."'","Â·"' 1, ,, ,, . p ' f ' ' 1 '!,?' i n - w i t h , ^ "',,. * ^''^ ''j lkr ':.. ' !! I '" :| l l u d . m - J ,,!,.'- ""' C ' '' ' '" ' Mr.'.. C h a r l p * Allcr. m a t r o n of ; hnr:or, w a f drr.^pd in a street ]),. a M ^ M,- W n l d - r 1. J , . h n - Iflfth nylon print anri white ac- M. M - m \ d.-nmli'ter K.itblccii Ipfi ressoi-irs Her co rt , 1S e was O f yel- Monday for Houston. T.-xa* w h c i p low i-ornation:.. t h e y a l t e n d p d thp u . - d d u i ^ ypstp,-- Mr.'. Alter, mother of the bride, d a v of t h r u - ..-on ami brother. P a u l , : rho" for her d a u j h l c n wedding to Miss P o i i s Jean W i l k r Â« ' Thev' n n.T-y b l u e f r o r k a n , i h l a r k ac- w i l l r e t t i r n lunrc (nmiirrov.- ind Mrs. A. W. Wasson and "' Rail's. Col'l'pge',"Ro'ck"l'sland" l nr' SU Â°"'""i T '' xa '' arrive(l last n 'S ht f n r a . , , I visit with Mrs. Wasson s sister. Song f l u t e mstrucl.on will be M r s Msr garet Lee. The- will at- t i v p n by Mrs. F.. L. U a y and Dr. ,,,.,,, , hf University ci. .imence- L. .1. C a n . Assisting will he Mrs. m , nt ., xcrds( , s and , class re _ J. M. Cnoii and Mis. Gus Eirison of ,i n j o n _ Springdale and Mrs. Pat Ivy of .. Ropers. ; Mr. and Mrs. George Schell! A registered nurse. Mrs. Frank hardt and Mrs. A. L. Smith of I KIIS of Sprinsriale, will be on hand Kansas City, and Hartley Smith of Findlay, Ohio, left yesterday after spending a few days with Mrs. Siriith's sister, Mrs. Ben icks, and other relatives at X T . iNCWCSt In ,, , Styles J f.-r the Thp workshop will be the first utiisored hy the council. Applica- : lion? w i l l he accepted beginning , ^^ M , MM R e a l h e l DENNIS THE MENACE By Kctchom i dinner at the Hicks home. , Schools Represented At Un;\er^ity Seminar Sc\ en cnllece* and u n i \ e i s i t i e s are represented here at a Physl- c;,l P l a n t Adinmistralors Seminar at t h e K n n e r s i t y . Those a t t e n d inc 'he Seminar and their schools arc: I.. C. l l a v c n p o r t . A r k a n s a s S t a t e C n l l c R c ; John r,. Piiierklc. A r k a n - sas fo]\-|echnic; \V. W. Yearhy. llonHerson S t a t e Teachers CnlleRe; r. M G r a d d y , l l r n d r i v ; \V. R. 1 Rerd and Neil MrC.iskill. dinchi- t n f r - l l c R e ; I.al:c A. Oreene. South- cm S t a l e ; F. N. L o v e l a c e and I.. U 1 l l u n c a n . U n i v e r s i t y School of Modicmo. j Announcements Salon .107. I and 4(1 Salon 307, R and 40. will have its a n n u a l rummage sale in the basement of the Legion H u t , tomorrow morninE at 6:45 o'clock. Proceeds w i l l so for benefit of the child adopted hy the Salon, at Hooneville. Delta Olmnn Mnthern' Cluh The Dells G a m m a Mothers' Cluh will have a luncheon meeting at 1 o'clock. Monday a f t e r noon in the home of Mrs. Ryars, Sprinsdale. j Births Mri. Alma B. Fraley The body of Mrs. Alma B. Fra- , Icy, fi2, wife of M a j . D. W. Fralcy ; Â»f (he Stpclp c o m m u n i t y , was srnt | yesterday by the Watson Mortu- I : -Â·"Â·Â· to Alamogordo, \. M. Funeral ^c-rvirps will be conducted there i tomorrow. I Tornado Hits Ridge Hear! Ch-irlcs Street Mr Bmlcr is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Gladys Home of St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs. Kathervn M a n n i n g of Willsevville: one son. Charles Butler of Â·Baltimore Md Â· WOUIld H o W ever Th" rt " T ', , ,^ VBC , an , fa " n houso a n r i l h e TM c f f a c h l c k c n house ' Mineral services will be conducted Thursday at the Willsey- le Baptist C h u r c h . Mrs. Lilly Kate Gulley Xcw Ynrk-i/Pi-Rppiihlican a n d : Democratic presidential c a n d i d a t e s --as well as President Truman- w i l l be invited to address the'tit Di t k,m American Legion n a t i o n a l con- HfAIIWa AWf "ROYAL" mnt "WfH-WYAL" II *C*fef*Â£ Â·A 1 Â»ONT HMMH * AOLMN PiNISH DIXIE RADIO* PhMM 1243 i - i i vt /- ''i-'Ki'm M H u n n a i con=. Lilly K.-ilo Gullpy. 63. nf vcntion here from August 25 to 28.' Sue Burnett companion for all For Mrtz Ounrtet Mr. Â«nd Mm. Hnto Arkermnn Mr. and Mrs. Hugo A c k e r m a n The pprÂ«onnel nf the M e t ; "' Fayettrville announce thp birth ( J u i r i e i . u hich w i l l be in resi- of Â« Â«on. June fl. Â»t the City HOII- dcnce a l t h e I ' n n e r s i t y d u r i n g t h e p i l n l n p \ t a. .idpnuc \-rflr has lfen Â· Mr. Â«nd Mn. Wrnfprd r.. M u r n h v Mr. and M r s . Wenford (V M u r p h v of F.lkins announce the b i r t h of i son, Junt (I, M the City Hospltnl. . i - o i n p l e t e d . according t o Sue ( l i r r - n . f o u n d e r a n d fli 1 *! v i o l i n i s t of [he c h a m h n mu^ic group Rev- .M].V c ' n n n v Ml le second \-tolmlst; S a i a h Cosv'im. \iohr.t, and Pris- c i l l a Parson, cellist. Â· Mi'.Â« Clriv-n l n d Min Pirmn Mr. ami Mn, Jtxpfr Bryant have been heÂ«rd In Â« ntimbfr of Mr. and Mrn. Jliper Bryant of concert* it the l.'nherjlly, whart' Fayettfvlllt announce thÂ« birth o( t h f l a t t e r hit tiujht cÂ«UÂ« the! a dÂ«u|htÂ«r. Jun* (, at the Clly P"ft year. I Hospital looking himTM f r o n t casual t h a t ' s expertly designed for comfort w i t h b u t t o n sleeves, a c t i o n back. Included is a ( l a t l p r i n g cap to match: P a t t e r n No. fimo is a s p w - r i t p pprforatpd p a t t e r n in sires 1? H Ifi. 1ft. 20; -40. 42. Si?p M, dipss. -Pt,' y a r d s of 30-inch; cap. Â·Â·'Â» y,i,,|. For t h i s pntt.rn, spnrt 30c for F.ACH, in COINS, your name, address, sizps dosirert, and the PATT K R N N U M R E l l ;o Sue B u r n e t t , I Morthwest A r k a n s a s Times. I I S O ; Ave. Americas. New York 3(1, N. Y. Basic FASHION for '52 Is filled ' with Ideas to mak* your clothe.-i I hudÂ«et go f u r t h e r -- time-savins Â·nd economical dwlgns that are I I my to iÂ«w. G i f t pattern printed I 1 iosldÂ«. J5 ctnu. Â«e* THE SIGN OF SERVICE "iff. June 2nd to 8th Â· FRIGIDAIRE WEEK Call us for an Appraisal on Your Refrigerator Phone 35 Special Liberal Allowances 19 NORTH BLOCK ST.