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June 7, 1952

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inilMIIIIIHMIHttlllllUHraillllllllllNIUIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIUIIMMIIHtlllHIIINII Society MRS. KATHLEEN DOZIH HiMimiliiilltiiiilllliiliiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiitllliHillliiMiiiiimiii · Daily Calendar of Events · ' Tonight . . . University Commencement, Stadium, 5 . Sunday . . . Northwest Arkansas Riding Club picnic and Ridf, Green Acres, 2:30 Monday . . . Delta Gamma Mothers 1 Club, SprJngd-ale, 1 B. P. W. C., Ferguson's, 6:30 Hi Si Club, Clubroom, 7 Washington Lodge One, Masonic Hall, 7:30 THIS 'N' THAT ABOUT TOWN KATHLEEN DOZIEH Among the parties, significant at commencement time, is that given last evening by Provost and ' Mrs. Joe E. Covington, a dinner for Dr. and Mrs. John Tyler Caldwell, the T. C. Carlsons, the Very Rev. James J. McLarney, baccalaureate speaker from Somerset, Ohio, and his host, the Rev. Edward Malloy, Dean and Mrs. H. C. Nickolson of Little Rock, and I · members of the Board of Trustees, Jack Stephens,; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hardin, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Yocum, j Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Smith, Dr. and Mrs. C. A . ; · Rosenbaum, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jones, Miss Pauline Hoeltzel and her mother, Mrs. Emma Hoeltzel. Another was the buffet supper and reception a t : _ the Thalheimer home for Marvin Hurley and Alfred '.Mtj · Crabaugh, former University journalists, now o f , ^ " Houston, and Russellville, who are to receive hon-.., orary citations this afternoon. . , . Engagement Told NOtT*WBT ARKANSAS TIMES. FayttHviM. AriMMM. Saturday, Jan. 7, 1*52 June Weddings Performed I \\eudmi; of Miss I)oi i'. .lean Wi!l,":. f l o w e r phot.-,j to Paul Kemper ' j John. mi. :un of Mi. and Mrs. W. I.. .Johnson, was perlormerf Thursday ; ' i n the H a p t n t Temple al Houston. Te.\as. She is Ihe rtaurWcr of t h e 1 I l,c-.-. anil Mis. Ktaiili-y K. Wilkcs ,'f Houston. | iMiss Hathock Is Bride ra Vernon Parsons The "Blind Bogey" tournament for lady golfers 1 at the Country Club was rained out this Thursday JohflSOfl-^WllkcS morning but another attempt will be made nextv Thursday, weather permitting. Golda Loner tells us | P^ff OriTlC U Ifl HoilStOll that this will be on the calendar for the summer,! falling On the SOme day as the family SUpper at t h e j The'wedding of Miss Doris Jean and Miss Kathleen Johnson, sister Club On the Committee With Golda are Mariorie j\Vllkes. d.Tlghter of the Rev. ami "· the I.ridomi,,mi. Mi::s Dorothy ' i i i -i n ii k A l\!i-s ^t-inlev F \Vi!!^e^ of Itnii- (-Icmionim; ol Dal'.i:. and M i . s Hanks and Betty Myers. . . . r" s - h " mo - 1 '· """··· or """- C aroiva s-,-,uh of i; 11,, ,,,,,-,.. : ton, Texas, to Paul Kcmper Jol.n- . ;K j r | s ' ;lt icndcd the' bi'ii;p M-'-- '" a ( ''" K "'' ! 'S»! eereinony. p~r- She wore a small maUliing hat of , , , r -son of Fort Worth, son of Dr. i P a t ' v ' p o r t e r of lloh-u-h 1 \ ' '.'."'f'"'" nl Tin-id,,y eveniil:: al Ihe inelallie rlolh and her coracc of Among those who ore in town tor commence- a ,, d Mrs Wa!u , r L . j,, ]mf , m u , f ,, iv ;. n . ( , lr . L i;',,;^,,..,;,,,;' "J,;',. ce,.:,-ai Method..;! chm-d,. M^.S m-en iin.,,-,ted eymbodiu,,, ,,,- ment weekend ore Jewel Ond Tom Paisley, Of Little Kayetteville, was performed Thurs- identical 'dresses of y'e'lo'·· --I'MI ( '- u ' n|i:l1 ' Hue Halheoeh. daughter ehids and lihc.-i-of-lhc-vallcv w e r e Rock, whose son-in-law, Bob McKinney, will be among \%l«TM\««^TM£ ^ j-TMJ. r ^ ,^ h ^ ^^ -*' hl"^^^^"' 1 ^ S ^\^'^'^ me graduates this evening. i double ring ccj-er.iony wns per- j-ieci casc.'irte ;irr;itu;cinr-i-is of Vr! '" (l " I'm sons. s,n of Mr. nnd r-oppot rolnrufi linon nurl hcif-'e ! fnrmed by (he bride's father, ^s- d;;isit«: ' * M' s - I- V. I''in:nns of Hoju 1 . The l.uv. With n hln 1 worr ;i .snuill li.it It is reported that Dr. and Mrs^ W. J. Baerg.and ;"^ 0 fe»^Kher father, Jhis^TM,^ r "*,^ '":;" ' ""'',^'^\«"£ ^"S K£ ^,^ Son, Bill, are On their WOy home Otter Spending thelthc bride was gnwr.od in while SIsn \Vilkes. Jr., of llon : ,ti» i; huikieberry and ferns dc.-onti'd bo.MUm orchids and lilics-iil-ihc-l D. C., to attend graduation exercises for her niece, -;,.; lh illusion nml hcld in ,,,.,,, Ul||| . (n| u . lo] .,.. th _.. Lydia Louise Wolf, at the American University. From with clusters of Washington, Mr?. Romans will go on to Cambridge, ^TMTM - Mass., to visit her son, Freeland, a graduate student;'using at Harvard. Mrs. Myrtle Harris, a cousin of Mrs. Romans, Muskogee, Okla., will remain here at the ;C '4-~.i"' J _ r _". "[ shr "' home during her absence. . . . · - ... VITT' , ----; ,- , 'MlSS Wiesans Personals Lester Lewis and daughter, Carolyn, accom- \rr ' - panied Don to Boy's State at Little Rock, driving from :E,n23.2CQ 1 O there to Pine Bluff and a visit with Lester's parents,'.p. c the C. Z. McCleans . . . Don Trumbo, Jr., president! JL/f. OU22" of the local chapter of Kappa Alpha, will go as a dele-. ^^ j " gate to the national Kappa Alpha order convention, i Thc engagement »nd appro.-,,-),- ^ TM' ^ Ki : lilh K - Kl "~ " f being held at the Brown Hotel in Louisville, Ky., June''" R mn TM^ ° -TM" Eii^beih ,;,,..,,, ,,, v j,:,,Y,, ' 9-10. After the convention he will remain for the Na- *"" W!RSa " s to Dr - Jnhn Oai " k1 ^« TM» ··»··! ,. . / ~. t f. _ . . c . , , i i j , .i ' -SuHp. son of Mr. and Mrs. Kdwin tionol Officers Training School, to be held at the r _ Su|!R nf Sjlonm Spnnp ^ ^ ^_ Ml . s . , :mn Mo ,, r ,, , vhl Same hotel. . . . ·,,. a t... , M , 1 r n "·.·lehm.-; for the r , ed arrangement of buckloU'i ^· ] ^:^^^-^ m^^m^m rn/'^i^. in """·* form - ,,,^ ;;:;^^ ·';;!", -^,:;:: -^ *··'*" ·'·^·K,r;s ··";;;. s.; i:::,;^,^::^;:"!^;;,, 11 : ·· ««·»- ·- ·--. -· ^ Matron of honor. Mrs. William W o r t h , where he is nr-isie- of ''··'. v i r . Ma'"l'e. Th'- rhoir under ,,,us,,,,-,,, roses painted dai^i.-s'-md : ""' Ml "' A ' "' l! ""' k '""' : -""C. McC.-ia, Jr., of Shrevepe.rt. I.r. riusic- :,( \Vesbidr P.artis: Chuvh · !'"' " 1 ""' 1 "' TM"'- Kiynn °' H " 1 ~ hli, I'.leh'-rrv in Ihe reception' Iv.ll " :lrl ' 1: ""- "" "' ^ I'"""- M'« l.»»- - ------:.. · - - · - . - . : . . · -. . - ]^. r-.llf; ' ller.-iliv.c", iirecediiijt Ihi- - ise l.ami.ert ol Montii-.-ll.j- ( - r i " i " i i t v I o'li-n-'i-ii,''- -ViV-Win- I|C """"K l'' 11 ' 1 " v.-as i-o'.cn-d ,. . . \/r;^., \Vr: ' ., . -"· M:-n-l," 'was '.,,,,,- 1 , V 1 h e , -ho,,- for' »'»' ··· ·"»' "' TM» l»'.nle de ,,*' ' ' ' ,.' ,- ' ."", ,1':.*"""_ "'. : Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hrown h.v.e ,,r: the ei renionv Mi- Sim i just returned from a six week's :played "Oh. Perfn-l Love," v.- · v . a r r.un-; !·· the choir at the i 'of !he itr.-iyer. lour of Western sta Thc dining table was eo-..eii-ii ' liv t h e e'l'ioir'fi'.r "'"' a ll ""' " f 0|11 " poillle de vem'se lace over pink. The wd'lmfi ,-ake centered the table and was flanked hy silver candclabia holding rrea.'n colored randk- ; -. f l i c k ed with silver dust. A s i l v e r bo-.vl filled v.-Hh ]iink loses and pink larkspur was placed on th" b n f f c ' l . . Punch was ser.ed on the t e n a t e frnrn a scrvmi; table skilled will, ilKpie-coloied satin an-1 lusion net, fashioned on lir.es, featuilllf; a petal iif h lini: lied the n»ckline l.ami.ert ol Montu Mr and Mrs Sam M.-Cartnev of Fort Smith; Mr. and Mrs Howard Mcndei'im, Mr. and Mrs Marlev Hemlci-oii and Mr. and Mrs. Kice I'eaicy, Vanillin, A r k . ; Mi. and Mrv Ditus McKinney. Mr. and Mis. Warren hVlki'i and Mr. ami Mrs. f-'icd- Appleitate, all of Hii|;..|-:.; Mr. am-l Mis. K. I.. McNally nml Mr and Mis J e f f lirown, r,( Springiale: Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Murreli, M o u n t a i n Home; Mr. and Mrs Herman Williamson, Snreve- port, r.a.; Mr. and Mrs. Pat Henry, I'sed by thousands In reducing diets--Junto's Roman Mca: Bread. 11-19-tf I wmcofTiBs 1 (*WfW. ·» St. Joseph ho-.vs of pink satin iibiion and liny pink rosebuds in each scallop. A white einijroidcied madeira lanlc · Ml v.-as dlapcil o-.i-r tin The Herman Williamson, Jrs., have been here; FayetteviUe. with her parents, Lillian and Earl Dyess this week,! TMo wedding win be an event . . r , . ' , ,- , _, ' . .. ... . . ' o f July 22. at the first baptist leaving yesterday for Camden, and a visit with his church of FayettcviUe. parents before returning home . . . Zora Cummings. Miss wi»gans graduates today returned home from on extended trip this week. She | ^^^^"''^Q^^ 1 ' 0 ^. 1 ''^. I: : s. 11 ''"'- 11 . -- s \v. \v. j,,, has been gone since February, with her sister in Chi-1 is a graduate of'the'xo'i'theni lih"" B!,"C.". """'L..!'."' 1 J cago, her daughter Wilda Urquhart, in Woodville,! " nis College of Optomrtry, and is M: : S. John (;:iineaii N. C., and with friends in West Virginia and Jen- l " ow praLllrin ^.^." r "" s " ri " EK - TM\. t { : ',^;,^ f. nessee . . . Pat and Margaret Patton returned to their. MIS. w. w. Jai-kf.n of T..nti- MI'S.' !i "('."('iJbre.'ii' home in Dallas, after a few days herewith her parents, i l n v n R " ad is a I'^'em in the city ne r i.e -...- ,-,n.i me.,.. Mr Ethel and R. C. Walters . . . Russel and Vera Howard i !JSS^ = ^ r ,, 7 = r .._-^-- |V ' ,ll-l' ; ' l '.'!" :.~-,,have returned from Mexico City, after attending the^pLj..^ THC kickiirc Rotary International Convention. Before going t o - MtrMAUt Mexico City, the Howards toured points of interest in- · eluding Oaxaco, Cuernavaca, Taxco and Acapulca ... j L. i i T ui i n I'MiniM, 1 i nr i r.r r,!' T Yp;ii - in · /· j -. 1,1 · j , · i · '·"" · · ''1 I f | ·' j' ' t " · ' i nil* iiiiir r . pounced hy her parents. Mr. and , h ;-,,.,,..,,.,.,.. T . , , ' . , :' lf '"·' I|U " h '"'. · nl " i " i-woop- ,,, , ,,., , , . . ' . . . . , . ,' .Mi, Clifford Barnes w^ o f ^·^· ttt ^^^: ^^ *^'^ ^^^^ By Kefcham ! Isleevi's t h a t tapered o\-er the hands i were finished \v;!h satm-boimd ne'. Her veil ^f illusion was of lle'Kian princes-, l a i c , worn by hcv trimmed w i t h pearls '1 he [lelldan'. ..he v. ore wa .r ikm' a'c-i'-' c"! ; i:- :::'..-:vi.", an hr;ri'i'i:ii |ier,. v. huh -.-.::; v%('Mi ],:· h...i motlier ai:d o:Ji- '·i- l-.iid-'.. ' f thf fan :ly. Sh" r:n- III.'. - " f - M i e -. aliev with a whll" I'l-.ver I;,,.,!;. .'.i i- Helen Bronnen and children, Sandy and Barbara, plan to leave Wednesday to go to Detroit, where they will be with her mother, Mrs. John A. McDonald, until sometime in July, when Chip plans to drive up for them . . . Dr. J. R. and Helen Mulkey are leaving this ' weekend to attend a medical convention in Chicago. They will take the children as far as Charleston, Mo., where they will remain for two weeks . . . Here Wednesday to spend the day with their sister, Nadine McKinney, were Mrs. Dick Hodges and Mrs. Frank McKinney, of Siloam Springs. With them was Mrs. Mayo Selby of Norfolk, Va. j Monte Hoheits, and Lester Mc- : Christian, Jr. | Miss Curry . _ Complimented iBromley-Slogner At Dinner-Shower Wedding Announced Mls» Bobbie Je.m Curry, hride \t r ,,,,,, Mrs ., A Bowling nf elect of Jamr« Hale January, »»s : Fayetlevllle announce the mar- eornplimenled with » dinner and ' riaje nf their daughter, Marlene, linen »nower Thmsd.iy weninK, · in Ivan Bromley, son of Mr and «ivrn hy Mr. und Mr«. Terry Mrs. W. C. Bromley nf W-inslow. .^lewart. The wedding was performed Other jruesls M ' r ' r(1 '·'""" ·^" l yeslerdav «l th '-^ker. Billy Wayne Batson, J. F. stoker yesterday «l the home of the Rev. r3 SHEW?" bra holdini- hobeche, filled ro;ebuds, and bows of pmk lull". Those who served 1he r.ike ucre M,-,. I'. I., llathcock, Si.. Mrs. J. S Rales, Mi-. A. II. Hn.rK ;, n d Mrs. Joe Jintcs. ('residing at :he |.,iri,-li bo-.vl v.ere Mi-., r'ir.,1 K. Hl'-vcnsoii, Mis. Ralph Wrddinif- ton, Mis. H I,. ll;i m:,im and Mi". Clifton V/ade. Mis. Fi'.d Steven: on and Mis A l f i e i l llalhcii'-k i c . - c , - - r d ;.l the d'"-i and the t-.oo-c par!-.- !i-..-i,i'l- ed Mi.. Jack Heed, Mr. Sid Il'-n- to:i. Mrs. Kail live: . Mis. l-,-, r !"-.v r.nit. M i s v:. ( . v.hitlifl'i hen --e-.e..!-.!.!!. c, ; ',.-|n .,,. -,,,. ,|,.,i,,.,t Th',:i..v Ml . I. . v. ,. n,-,:d of honor ,. ,;,,,,,.,. -,,,, ,, ,, s,,,,,,,.,,,..,,,, no.- wer" An. e I'a'l- Ml . ., w | !]11]r . r ,|,. ; · ' - ·'· I: '" ' · " · " · ' · ' ; ' " - - Mi- Jamei- T. Ph.llip... Miv - ( a i o l i n . - S'.-.en.on. ,,.,,.,,, M ,.,\. 11ri M,,. .). A . \vilh- .· er r-i!fe-i, ,,. ns ,,,, v.'alli-r Co:". Mr-.. J.,c d ... i..,n',r. !|.,;i M r . j,,,. p c . n ,||,..,,n. Mrs. '·''·"-·· "'- J.,,rt Hvland. Mis. Ru::..-!! I'ad- '·' .-"-.-old:- ,|, l( .., iV ,, .!:,,....,- \Var.-.on, Mr; 1 : '' ; ' !:; V.'il.iam Moiv.n; l.tllei.i,.-, Mj w j Smith. Mr«. Robert Hoi'-.it. Mi:. Karl Cicenii.iw. M i s :.-· ill. Mrs llar.c-. .I.,v,-e. M i v I-rank Coinon. Mi:,. I'nil Hi..,.«··. Mr. Mcd C,,shi..n, Mi:, lliiss.'!! II..V .,id. Mis. Idu-: -.,;.·: 1 : i ; i ; " H""-. Mi H.I-. II,,!.i : ' · M, i; ,, . '" v '" : ' · · · Wih'.n. Mr. C. c. V.,ini.i"'.n. Mr. .la ;.. r PH.,'!. Mr l!.,.;|, li-i:io.,m K.H.-.-I,,!. Mi-.. || r .|ii..,i) V.'dh.n, ..n. I 1 . o».,t,-. Mr. J.-rnc-, V..unkm aim Mis. ·n :,ed V.-il'-\ .'.lini"i!. l'i. ' i . i - The ...iiplc I, (t a f t n ·!.!· i p- H"l»-: I...M "l, :. wed no;: !,i|,. ,,·:..,· v . h e h Hi. ·. -.-.,.! m il.i-n : .... .- l.t-it. .,i d':.' ii-.n ;;..· MM-..i i-,,i i i , , - . , - i '.'i.- I.i nil. -... · ill. ;..,. ., : .1,1. .'Mi: . O..,il. - M..II i- f., h,"l."i v. :!|, .-:··!.·!.-· - X . i t .Hid · · i.-. il-i.ii · l. Hi'..-., -.-...it t - i - 1 e'. a". "111.- I '.-. i h i i '. Ti · · · ' ' . i o i iiv. nf :l.e tii-iiM. ari-f-.i.r.(·'-.. Her I..' v. ,!'-,ml-'l '.t -n-.all pink nio^..n-' a::'t i W".id.i.:-'..n ,-,r,d Kalph ·.;,. .u, ; c a ihonMer - : .,., ,,i "i Phil,;. 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