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2 NOKTilWEST ARKANSAS TIMIS, FoytttovM., Artonut, Monday, Jun. 9, 1952 'lllllinillllllllllllllllllllllllDIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIItlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllU m Society, m MRS. KATHLEEN DOZIER iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiintiitDii · Daily Calendar of Events · Engaged To Wed : Bridal Shower Compliments Miss Stewart Tonight . Tr/cs fifty N l J . ' l l ! . I . ' . l l h J l 'iiii Miin.i:.-.- . /.. v.. i.iri" . !·'. \V., Au.\il iid:;th I .mice, . luOF l i n l l . II Mrs. Bushncll Js Bride Of Dr. loncs V. J tiklinR, 7 West Ccnk-r, 7:30 Wiggans-5ugg Engagement Told At Dessert Party i Thomas-Hickman Wedding Told iThalheimers Entertain For ; i'ui-v,'ii-.?"wc'-,; '';,, 'rriTi^ Vw: Former Students : Neighboring Clubs Join i.-i.v ;if!fr:ior,n at i h i - Fii-t H i p - «·"-· | 30, where she was a member of i the National Honor Sui-ic-ty. thp hiflh st:hool Rirls' chorus and of ] the National Thespian Sotiuty. week from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m., through Friday. Those wishing to enrol! for the summer session, may contact August Freundlich at the Art Center, Wednesday morning or at the J u n i o r Art Center, Wednesday evening. JJcfroshrncnls were served /rum .snries wore \- liilc a 1,-iblo covcrod w i t h a lace cloth The couple w i l l n:ike t h r i i ami cornered w i t h an arrange- homo in F,m?!levil3r;. v.hcte Ihcv u i f n t of roses, red spirej and arc both employer]. ' candles. Mothers of !hc couple, · Mrs. Guy Couch and Mrs. Uer- rnan S t e w a r t , presided at the table. \v. M i l l e r of rp Ihr- OHR;J^C; n u ' n f i'ii]f| f i i i j ' t ( t . ' i f h i n j i rn;irri;i;;c j "f I h r - i r f f a u f t h t f r , K n n n J.t-e to 1 I j j i v i d [.re . I n l i i i i u n , ."on nf Mr. . r i n d Mr;. I);tiii(.- J n h t m o n . al:,u of ; Jnhr::.j!i. 'I hp v.'cddiM^ is to t a k e ! Ml.-H-r- m f h - r.-.rly f:ill. Miss M i l l e r ' \v;i.s a n i t ' - n i l n - r cf f l i p i j i f ) ^ (;:;i(lu- Luncheon Compliments Mrs. Bill Cain Sigma Chi Club 1 Elects Officers an j n s t n i f t n r , ]n r . irs ;Uid A l f m l , ' r a b a u K h dean of A r - , T h c ' p i r n i c V.MS hold at t h e A. K i , , , - , , , e ' C r" OBC - R ' K -' A - Li »'TM' s Trout Kan,, at Job,,- (.em me, who wos eililor nf t h e Eon . j A i k n n s a s Traveler while he was " ' · i . i s t u d e n t in the U n i v e r s i t y in thp j early ]!)L'U's. Among out-of-iown quests were Ernie Ueanc. M c x i a , Texas' Dr' K i l s i v o i l h Chi.nn, Foil W o r t h ; Frank lirucc, Joplin, Mo.; c. E! All members of the board are rc- (luested to attend. H. D. Club Meetings Announced For Week Washington County Homp Dprn- j St. Paul's Episcopal Church Because of the absence of the Rev. M a r i u s J. Lindloff, there will be no c o m m u n i o n service Wednesday at 1(J a. m. Sigma Chi Mothers met Thlirs- [ "Crip" Hail. l . i l l l e K o c k - M'ir"llc day afternoon at the c h a p t e r rile C J i l t t r j p . Washington'. b.°C.; icrojj^in . Uob \Viinberlpy, L i t t l e Hock. meet this Personals house, w i t h Mr;. \V. W. I and Mr.;. A. K. Wolfe 1 hostesses. ' D u r i n g the business m e e t i n g ' Mrc Tnu/nconrl B,ll officers for the comin R vcar were ' M X ' U W M i e n Q A b u f f e t luncheon for Mrs. Bill onicen; lor the coming ..._ of K a y r t t e v i K c l l j r , h | ( ' a l n was given Saturday hy Mrs. j elected as: Mrs. A l f r e d H a t h c o c k , ' ( U i c c n ' s I'holo) | Warren H a n n a h and Mrs. W. C. p r e s i d e n t ; Mrs. Hugh attibble- P l i n K It! =·:.·= -^.--.-.^----_-_:=.- ··-- | w m t f i c l d , .Jr.. at t h e H a n n a h f i e l d , vice president; Mrs. Grady "r" J " on Wednesdav a t f i ' 3 ( ) home on R a n c h Drive. Mrs. Cam H a r l a n , se'Tetar.v-treasurer. r-ons week as follows: , Tuesday, Cane H i l l . Mrs. J. H. ; Pycatt. 2:30 p. m., Big Sprincs. ' V i n e y C;rove. c l u b housp, 2 p. rn.. P r a i r i e View, Mt. Z i n n , Mrs. Nan- ' nip D i e t r i c h , 2 p. m.; ; Wednesday. Goshcn, Mrs. War- , rcn Lanaham. 2 p. m.. Meadow i Guests in the home of Mrs. Valk-.v. Mrs. A r l h u r H a r t . 11 a. m.. Louise M r N u l t are Allan Wilson Monitor, clij'oroom, 1 p. m.. Combs . of the U n i v e r s i t y of Illinois, Kl . anccs ! Chapel. Mrs. Karl Osburn, noon. C h a m p a i g n , and Airs. Terry Ren- The Rev. Marius J. Lindloff, pastor of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, is expected io return from Austin, Texas, the l a t t e r part of the week. Mi*. M a r y L. Hiisiinel!. daueli- · A dessert bridge UT of Mr. and M i s Walilu Gjiicous , Thursday cvenmK l)y (rf.'sprii-.f.firld. Mn., and Dr. Dor- icy U. Jones, son of Mrs. tfiifienp Jones nf Sprlnt'JIHil. v.cre m a r J^ea al nor.n, tod:iy, in the p a l l o r ; Observing Ml; 1 .*; Wiggans' ti; of the Fir:t C h r i s t i a n C h u r c h in ' a l l f " »t the U n i v e r s i t y , her K a y c t t e v d l e . The I l e v . J. Hoberl .Moffctl. cousin of tr. J/mcs. pcr- 1 the ceremony. Bu.vhncil was a c c o m p a n i c r t fry^cr son, U n b e l t C. Bui.hnell of -SI. Loni°. ,'ind Dr. ,lon{'S by his tons. Gene and Uorscy. ..;A(1*T t h e c e r e m o n y . Dr. and Mrs. lc-;t for a short I r i p and ill" be at their home, IIMI N o r l h was R i v e n Mrs. (.:. li WiKcali 1 ; at her home, am Hie entianeinpnt "f hrr i, Anne, to Dr. .lohn Siij^ of Siloam ' m """' r " rwl tl't in fiecorations. M i n i a t u r e ates in cajis and gmvns s m a l l (Ujtloina.s. a n n o u n i in ding plans of t h e honoii-e. . were used as place caids. Uridfie pri7.es w e t o won bv Mis:; Tat S m i t h and M r s . Tom Pearson Jr. Mrs. I t a l p h Lewis, c h a r i e r mcm- sories. H corsage was of w h i l e on (he program was Miss M a r i - I Mrs D a n i e l s Vrs "6" Ci P/a'-kwell' ?'' 1 '2 J ' ! ' by """i^^n-Dicter. \ r a n i i i l i o r , , , and sbe carr,,.il a w h i t e · j of Pine B l u f f . Mrs. H a r m o n ^ c m - ' ^'^-'i' 3 '^ V JT ^T, 1 ,'' C ° r " '' Bible lopped w i l l , ,rtile «rna-'n q n f . ; s f . AsSPITlhlv md " r Fi'yptlovUIe. a n d ,i a! k ' , ''(; V ldil "" c J'' 1 " a n d Uarnm ; l i o n - a n d I,,,,* w h i t e s a t i n slream- '. UaDtlSC AS-SCmDiy | N e c L l . mlsu| of |hr , r(];]n(rr De.Marco. The chorus composed of : "\\'aihinK[on Avenue, upon t h e i r . Miss Treffcr ils Bride Of James F. CIS. Shi- vv:is K her f a t h e r . Miss Donna of the bride, She war. cnwn w i l h 11 " i: " Tii " !t ' l - v l Scheduled For Tomorrow The Baptist Youne People's As- Lee T i e f f e r ecl, i-un.sul of the chapter. jWhittcd-Sullivan ! R c n t o n v i l l c - (Special) - Mi Dc)tHL's S u l i i v n n , ciaughtor of M nil the s t u d i ' M f p . ?ang "The House- j krcpcr (MutliL'i- N a t u r e ) , ' 1 by Goldcnrod Club I K l u r n m . _ Mr.s. A r t h u r Johnson. H i g h w a y ' Sliuirnts p n r t i c i j i n t i n c In the 71. n o r t h , will hp hostess to the red'al were Mnr.r.'iret \ V I i i t - h u r c h . Goldunrod Club, WpdnoKriay f o r , 1'oinfrct. Susan Branipan. " a 12::JO lunrhpon. with Bill ! Ark., ; Mr. and V/allace Townsend last I week. She was here lo attend the ! g r a d u a t i o n of h e r daughter, · Jac-eciuc'liue Coffman, at the Uni- i versify. ; \V. H. Dobson. M. D., P h i l a n D., ' of Cnncord. C w l i f . , formerly of Y r u i i R Kong. China, was a guest of Mr. and Mr?. O. W. McMillcn Wndncsday and Thursday. Dr. ;' Mrs. Jones K i a d u a t e d from ' Snultnvesl Missouri Slate Collcxe, ' B i i d - D r . .lone:, ha.', decrees f r o m . JJPJjy College, l l n i v e i . M l y of Colo-[ Benlnnvi!le-(.Speciai)-The sanc- ra#Jf and the State U n i v c r s i l y o f } I n a r y of the First Mi-thodi.:! iou;^. He ha.-; been associated w i t h i l.'hurch of U e n l r m \ ' i i l e \vas t i n ? t t i D f d r | i u r f m P n l of iiislory of t h e j scene of the u c d d m i ; of M i v : X'l'Jv-ersily since Itl2fi. , M a r q a r e t K. Treffcr and .lames !·'. THE MENACE By Ketehom' 'Wow; LOOK AT THt SIZE of T«as£ , , ,, I he ciH'.dlelUMrr* M.iry K l l r i l Drtkiirrl wore and Miss Sherman, llc'x H a i r a i v l W r i g h t scnrtl as u s h f i ?. : ;i\-is, nn:;uii:--t, wcdflip.^ m u s i c , Mi«;s l l c u l n b "Ahvays", aiii; "I Take- i.ni'd'.'; J'r;i\;-r" the m a r r i n ^ f - .l:iri( Mi':;. H.'iyinniHl D p l a y n l t r a d i t i n n a l and atTnmp.'inirrl Sodtci- who :;;MH; Bdl l l a i l i c r . w l v i 'l'hn\ I )'·;!]·. " "'riii' The. i t p v . Dean pastor of t h e Stevens Missionary H a p l i s t (.'hnrcb w i l l Rive the sermon. The r e g u l a r .session of the Assembly w i l l j:et u n d e r way at 10 a. m. tomorrow, w i t h the morning message a t I I o'clock brought by t : i e Rev. J a c k i e H o l t , pastor of fu I'it.oy. Ihn liriilr nnd fen- ,-i luii'T nicotinj; \ v i f l bp " M a p t i s t Y o u t h in \vinj! t i n - rprr- .' a f o n f n s p d world." proorn lefl In t h e Tuesday p v e n i n n service t u p , a f l r - r there w i l l be a s p c c i a l l v prepared t h e y w i l l be at home in p l a y "Church for Sale" Io he Civcn by t h e Mt Pleasant Dapti.st Chi rch, Cahot, and the Anlioch l l a p t i s t C h u r c h , I . i t l l e Hork. .'lent.tin i l l e . Mrs. ll.wis, d . n i K h l e r of Mr. and Mrs. V c r n o n T i e l f c r , is a K i a d i i a t e of H e n t o i u i l l e H i K l l There w i l l also he special sinsini; Scliiinl. and is luw employed by and a sermon in the Tuosd.iv evc- I h e K o i i l h w p s t r t n Bell Telephone n i n e session. Company. M i . Rogers, son of Mrs. Wpdnesd.iv m o r n i n g there w i l l ! H e n r y C o f f e l t , is a n e n i l i n v r t h e be a simrisi; scYvice on Mt. Ke.- I U n i v e r s i t y at K a y r l t e v i i l e . where ! oiioyah w i l l ) t h e I!cv. Lory Poynor, st'.ident in thp M i s s i o n a r y llaptist I n s t i t u t e , L i t t l e Jiock, in chariie of the service. Services w i l l ! a rose banked a l t a r . I ' «" -·"!» - " « V H , « U I i . · -·'."«"'" "=TMen u i u n : 1944. Dr. Dobson made Given in m a r r i a E e by h e r ! ... m v , , - , f ; i - v c U e v l l I e Garden C l u b the campus and the city, Wednes- f a t h e r , t h e b r i d e was attired m a 1 , ,*., n r m p ,, !?.""· TMl f -"~ v; ' 1! mocl Wednesday at 9:30 a. m., . day and Thursday, after which he bine n v l o n nficriioon dre«s w i t h i f-ormsn Ken- ·· at the Hotz homo, north Razor- · left for the East and Canada. -,,,.;,,, ti,« ,...;.;.;,,.! . I n n n of Fayctteville w i l l eompetc back Road, for a m o r n i n g r o f f c e . , = ' : '- w i t h three other d i s t r i c t w i n n e r s A panel discussion w i l l be held on the subject, "The Comfort o f , Mulches and Moisture." Mrs. 11.' and w h i l e ! ,'',"""r'l tr " !m ' : 'i s '" /lmcnc;1 ' nl G - I'°tz -ind Mrs. Paul Stein i . n.. oe.i, , . , .^. , OAK or SUMAC STOP ITCHING With this cxcollenl new tre^.ment fof ivy, oak or sumac poisoning. It's gcnlle and safe, quickly dries up tha 9 blisters--often within 24 houts. bridegroom w i l l ' ° 1thci ; K"^ ;'V b a n ( l u c l in Ovcr - i ;i '-' lt rl - ^'' who arc interested" in at drawls, t h e J u n i o r Art Group are i n v i t e d ' to a t t e n d . An e x h i b i t of the chil- _ . , rlrrn's work iviil be displayed this G u e s t s t h i s week of Mr. and ~ " --Mrs. V.'allace Tou'nsend are ATr and Mrs. H. I!. K u h n of Spriria- /ield, Mo. The bride spend their honeymoon Ozarks. the street H a l l at 0 p. m. Miss Kennan graduated ,'rom F a y e t f e v i l l e High School on May IIw ifi .en v/ilhin IVY-DRY woRiD's URGES? ASPIRIN business ho is n u i j f u ' i d ^ n i i n i s l r a t i o n . i v . u - o i - t n w n f l i i o y l s for ( h p \ v n i d t i i K \\'t'T-o Mr. niid Mr?. · S : c \ \ a r { Unt'.u's n n d son of n.'iux- ' i t e ; Mr, ;tnd Mrs. I'. D. l i l i n i k e n - t l i p church niul w i l l ! ship of K ; i y e l t p v i l l ( \ aiut i\lr. a m ! ; t h r o i i f i h o u t t h e dny. Thp p u b l i c j Mrs. F r a n k M c M i n i m y tif Tulsa, in c o r d i a l l y i n v i t e d tn n t t r n d all i ' k l a . i tlio services of llio Assrnihly. p p u m r at t h o ctiurch n\ n;H() iVlock, Wcdnrsd.ny morning ,nt continue Cracked, Dry Skin Soothe--soflon--help heal i and relieve fiery itch with ' Oil-rich* Resinol OINTMENT-- *Confaihf lonoKn PROVES Y O U C A N L O O K Y O U N G E R Miss Willa Hodge o famous make-up ar/iif and eomu/fanl on jfcin caro will be oi/r gues/ June 9 to 14th P H O N E 498 F O R A P P O I N T M E N T SAVING Plot the graph of your f u t u r e now and guarantee a rising line for the years to come by planning a budget of regular savings no\v. Open your account today. FIRST NATIONAL BANK M*mb«t FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Rntrv* Iniuranu C«rp. F«l«r«l RtMrv* Syiltm The biggest value in town! Here's a nickel that buys plonty of service... comfort and entertainment. It's n nickel spent for Southwestern's electric service! For example, here's what 5f worth of electric service can do for your family: · Moke toast for you and your family for all three meals . . . (-A penny's worth docs that!) · Swish clean three full tubs of laundry . . . (Only a penny lor that power, too!) · Vacuum six largo rugs . . . (Lots nl wnrk lor a cent's worth ol clco tricity!) · Furnish a cooling breeze for four full hours . . . · AND · Bring you and your family qn evt- ning's entertainment! Where else could the average family Ret so much v a l u e for one small nickel? In fact, your electric service is just about the biggest bargain in your family budget. Don't you agjro? rt-^r as---SOUTHWESTERN SASAHO tUCTRIi COM HUT t. ]. DYE3S, DIVISION MANAGE!

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