Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 11, 1952 · Page 2
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June 11, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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1---NOtTHWIST AIKAMSAi TIMH, F«y«M«.m., Ark.mm, W«dn«day, June 11, I9$2 ·UUIIIMIIIWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIHIIIHIIIIIIIinmmillllllllllllllllllllmi Society, MRS. KATHLEEN OOZIE* ; inillllllllllllllMSIIIMIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHMillllllllllllllillllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Wed In Candlelight Service Daily Calendar of Events ^Tonight . . . Junior Arl Center Open House, Old Main. 7 Washington County Democratic Women's Club. rYrjiufion's, 7 Naval Itcscrvc Electronic Company B-fl Drill, Kason Ijuilding, 7 Delta S'lirma, Iluijh Klncaid, 7:30 Kappa Alpha I'hi, 45 Kast Rock Street. 7::iO 9841 Voluritrct Air Force Reserve Training Sijuaiiion, 7:30 4MVETS, Courthouse, 7:45 j. O. 0. K H IOOF Hall, 8 Thursday . . . Rotary Club, Washlnfiton Hotel, J2 Jixed Scotch Foursome, Country Club, 5 lltrufa Picnic. Mrs. Mabel January, 7 Family Nljjhl, Country Club, 7 VA Distariors, VA Nurses Hoinr. 7:30 ·V. F. W., 10!l'/i West Center. 7:30 Far West Chapter One, R. A. M., Manonic Hall. 7:.'!f t Luncheon Honors Mrs. Earl Houk j dale. The one o'clock luncheon, I honoring Mrs. Earl Houk. rctir- j i ing president, was served cm the j open porch. Magnolia blossoms' i were used as decorations through- Members of the Delta Gamma j out the house. Mothers Club of Faycttcvllle were; Mrs. Houk, who will leave soon entertained Monday at the home j for Japan, received a Icathc-r writ- Of Mrs. Charles Brers in Spring-.'ing portfolio from the i-Iuli. DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketchom ' OOH! THESE dotOgfeH T-KKU/ ? i The perfect gift-for at BEEBE'S Har.diomt, finwt quality (·other, accnwriti ht'll carry with him, with pride, wherever he goal. Come c^eoit today. Meeker Mode wallets and bill folds. As low as Tins Tax Matched or individual piecei of Royal DuPont Fabrilite luggage. 21.75 AND UP Quolity oirplone weight luggoge for busy dads. Complete selection of briefcases, in sturdily built handsome leathers. From 10.00 AND UP BEEBE'S JEWELRY W« SptcfoliM in Tim* -- Diamonds Too! George Ingram served as best] ami, Okla.; Mrs. Charles Banks man and ushers were Terry Stewart. Ronald Anderson and Her- Gray Lady Reenlistmenf man Tuck, Jr. for her Rranddaughter's wedding, Mrs. Curry chose a dress of 'iavy blue sheer with white accessories and a shoulder corsa"e ul |\_:.. n while gardenias. Mrs. Jmiujrv l/FIVC UDCIIS wore a pink linen dress, f a s h i o n - ' ed with Swiss embroidered pockets and Mr, and Mr«. Ray Lankford of Springdale. corsage nf gardenias. Her i accessories' weie of beige. 1 Immediately following the cere: mo:iy, a reception was held at the ; home of the bridegroom's parents on Forest Avntie. The DI iJe's tabl was covered, with an imported outwork tabled-jin, hand embroidered in bride's blue. The fan shaped centerpiece of pink /car- · nations, arranged in an antique sil- vcr bowl, was flanked by three i branched candelabra holding pink | tapers. Punch was served from a .silver punch bowl and the three I tiered wedding cake, topped by : miniature bride and groom, was i- served from a mirrored plateau, surrounded by p i n k rosebuds 'Completing the table appointments were silver compotes containing nuts, randies and mints.' Mrs. Loy Caughman was in charge of the bride's book. In the ; receiving line were members of the bridal party, the.bride's grandparents, and the bridegroom. parents of the A month's drive to Hilsdon-Nickell Serving at the reception were : Mrs. Ty Reed, Mrs. Austin Fitz- I g-erald, Mrs. L. D. Wyatt, Mrs. Red Cross Gray Ladies started this week by chapter. At least 25 Ladies arc urgently keep this volunteer personnel ... the V. A. Hospital up to the num- ! ber required to serve veteran ' patients. By the drive, it is hoped ' not only lo reactivate former Gray i Ladies but to reach volunteers from other chapters who have re- j co.ntly come to Fayctteville to live. Mrs. Lor.nie E. Hall Is chairman of Gray Ladies for Washington County chapter and Mrs. H. R Rosen is the Red Cross VA representative at the hospital. There is no more rewarding service, according to Mrs. Rosen. 'The women visit with and cheer up patients in the wards," she said 'many a' whom have been separated from their families for tears. Aside from the members of he medical and nursing staffs, they are, in many cases, the only vfsitors. they have. They shop for them, write letters for them and Mr. and Mrs. James D. January--Photo by Puika Jdnuary-Curry Vows Said At Central Methodist ,, In a candlelight ceremony per- | ballerina-length redinj;ote with formed by the iiev. D. I,. Dykes, ' matching pleated hc\( studded Jr., at the Central Methodist] with rhincstones. Her French net Church Saturday evening at " j v c i l of illusion was held by a o'clock, Miss Bobbie Jean Curry | while velvet band adorned w i t h became tin.' bride of James Hale · lilios-of-tho-valloy. She carried a January. The bride is ibe grand- bridal bouquet of while madonna daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John O. lilies outlined in pink. Currv ,md the bridegroom is the! Mrs. Mary Parker, organist,; ·in of Mr. and M t c . W i l l i a m Her- 'played ;i program of nuptial mu- ' bert January. j sic including the traditional wed- The Inuble ring ceremony wa:- j ding marches and "Supplication" performed before ,--n a l t a r decor- 1 by Fryslngcr, "The Nichtengalc" j ·ilcd w i t h gladioli, iilics, tern an'! and "The Rose" by Saint Saens, a p-:ir of seven-brunch cjildeljbra. and "Because." Charles Skillcrn and Mrs. Gaylen Pyle. . For travel the bride wore a white faille suit, navy accessories and a corsage of pink roses.. After a wedding trip the couple will be at home at 125 Kast Baxter Street. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Berry and daughter, Sharon Sue, of Springfield, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. James Power and daughter, Patti, of Mi- do countless cervices. They have become almost Indispensable to the patients." Gray Ladies also assist the librarian at the hospital with her circulation and cataloguing duties. Women- who want again to take up this service should get in touch with Mrs. Hall, 1097, Mrs. Rosen, 567W or the local Red Cross office, 322. Mrs. Virginia Neely Smith has returned to Tulsa, Okla., after attending commencement here at the University and visiting with relatives and friends. Hugh Lichlyter of Johnson, Mrs. C. H. Holt of Rogers, Mrs. Julia Vaughan and Mrs. Dan Davis were guests. Mrs. Mason read the devotion, followed by group sing-, ing. Mrs./Cooper presented slides" on home decorating. Refreshment's were served by the hostess at the close of the meeting. Council Meeting Held ' With Mrs. Robinson , The Assembly of God Women's- Missionary Council met Tuesday ·evening at the home of *Mrs.. Gladys Robinson. Eleven members I and five visitors were present. The devotion was given by Miss Louise Smith. Following the busi-. ness meeting, Miss Mary' Bronham read a portion of the book, | "Nile Mother." . Misses Louise Smith and Judv | Winn will be hostesses at the next Mrs. R. H. Nickell of 228 Mill i meeting of the Council, in Fay- · Street, announces the marriage of [ 'tteville July 1. her daughter, Wilma Jean, to = Charles Wayne Hilsdon of DeValls Bluff. The wedding was an event of early spring in Huntsvillc. The couple are making their homo in j Milwaukee, Wis. Hindsville H. D. Club Meets At Mason Home Hindsville-(Special)-The Hindsville Home Demonstration Club met with Mrs. Stella E. Mason on Friday, June 6. There were nine members present and Mrs. Donna B. Cooper, county agent. Mrs. SUPER! Skin Dry? Itchy? Oil-rich* Resinol tefttnt and soothet. Relief lattf 'Contains lanolin RESINOL"""" · V«b*:us. P.tunlii, Sciulit Sig. ind Many Othti Flow- ·ring Plantl · Tomato J P«pptr uid Egg Plantl · Summer Blooming Bulbt ud Flown S«tdi A D A M S FLOWER SHOP Phono 310 13 N. Block holding while -tapers. . Mrs. George L. Ingram attenci- . . . brii'c, given in marr'agr by i ed the bride as matron of honor.! her grandfather, wore a w h i t e ; Her ballerina-length gown was o f : pique dress fashioned with hand- j blue nylon, fashioned a f t e r t h a t of ^ 'mbrnidercd medallions .centered I the bride. Her accessories were of i with rhinoslones, over which was - w h i t e and she carried a bouqucl i worn a Swiss imported organdy, of yellow roses. Father's Day Favorite on Fathert Day Sunday, June 15 I e A King man. SHIRT ... of young Dads ... old Dads ... new Dads ...Grandads F L O R S H E I M SHOES Fiorsheim Shoes as a gift rate among the finest. They're enthusiastically welcomed by Dads of all ages, because their famous style and perfect comfort continue through many miles of wear. PAJAMAS Short Sleeve O 95 Knee Length FRENCH TOES . .' . the slimmest, trimmest shoe style ever conceived or ever more comfortable. Made from choice calfskins. $17.95 i or. NYLON MESH . , . cool and carefree. An occasional light touch-up with "soap and water keeps them sparkling clean. They're as light as lace and wide open to every breeze. Black with white mesh. Brown with brown mesh, Tan with wheat mesh. · $19.95 SPORT SHIRTS GIVE HIM SOLID COMFORT! Slippers by Carleton Best Selection In Town Short and Long Sleev* Jim Iv Mir? you know Dad's ji;c »r.d \ ll pcp liis i-ycs. Plain maroon or Brown with brown plslii dark brown stripe or blue with leather . . . and only maroon stripe. Oiark Theatre Buildinf

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