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2 NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TUNIS, FayMMvffa, ArkmMB, Friday, Jun. 13, 1952 MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIItlllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Society MRS. KATHLEIN DOIIM Miss Hitchcock Honored With Reception A reception honoring Miss Anns Daily Calendar of Events I I I I M m i l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l M H I I l l l l i i l l i l l l l l l l i i i i i i i l l i l l l l l i 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 l J I I I l l l Hitchcock of Apopka, Fla.. was given Tuesday evening at the ~~ ---- naptlst Church by Mrs. Walter Johnson and Miss Maxlnc Chism. Miss Hitchcock will be married tonight at the church to Ray Gilliland of Wichita, Kan. The refreshment table was covered with a white cutwork cloth, ceotoied with a bouquet of pink and lavender delphiniums. Flanking (he arrangement were burning white tapers. About 50 guests called between the hours of 7 to 9 o'clock. Tonight . . . UCT and A u x i l i a r y , Civic Clubrooms, 7 Saturday . . . I'iist nisirirt. O. K. S. Hireptlon, Springdalc Field House, 0 Mrs. Sisson Entertains For Miss Hitchcock Miss Anne Hitchcock, whose marriage will be tonight at the First Dnptist Church, was com-1 Guests Included" Kay "iTcnrlchs! plimcnlcd with a luncheon given p a t s y Center, Louise Guisinger, Wednesday by Mrs. J. L. Sisson ' Sandra Dcasnn, Marcia and V i v i a n «t her homo in J u a n l t a Heights. | Rngsdalc and Mrs. Mary Other Ruestfi included Miss Na- j dine Brewer of Fort Worth, Texas, j Capt. Virginia Hitchcock of Au- j gusta, Ga., who has recently re- I turned from Germany, Mrs. Walter Johnson and daughter Kathleen, and Miss Mnxine Chism. The luncheon table was covered with n grass linen hand embroidered cloth and centered with a silver bowl of delphinium In pnstcl shndes. Plac« cards were designed to match plicc settings. the silver Announcement is made here of (he marriage of Miss Grace Ken- drlck, formerly of Favettcville, lo Robert 13. W h i t e of Clinton, Mo. The ceremony was solemnized ( M a y 23, in the First Baptist Church In Harrison. Mrs. While Is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Ken- drlck of Lowry Clly, Mo., and the niece of Mrs. Harry Coffin, 214 Korth School. Following a wedding (rip the couple Is making their home in Clinton. _ , Miss Eleanor Qulnn hat* as her fon,,ed Wednesday at the home of i guests for the weekend her sister the Rev. J. M. Afibell. Mr. Asbell and broUicr-ln-lnw, Mr. nnd Mrs. Calville-Easton The wedding of Miss MKI-.V E. Eiston of Monett, Mo., and Homer Calvllle of Ftyeltcvflle. was per-1 Diana Deatherage Honored At Party |Dee Gee Club Miss Diana Doathcrace was en-! I7| pr ». e tprtalncd Tuesday evening rm the ·'-'*l-»-l occasion of her l l t h birthday a t ! "p~ -the home of her aunt, Mrs. j ^Or Charles Pollltt. I Games were played and re- The Dee Gee Club held election freshments served on the lawn. of officers last night at the home of Valerie York. New officers are: Carol Canon, president; Valeric York, vice president; Muriel Carter, secretary; Biirlinn Marlin, treasurer; Carolyn Logue, chaplain; Charlene Rlggins, phone chairman. Joyce Stowe, reporter; Camelia Morrow, pledge mistress; Doris Hughes, socicl chairman. New club pledges are Mary Ann Porter, Rosalie DeLaney and Joan Flnchfcr. At the close of the meeting refreshments were served by the hostess. O.E.5. Social Club Meets At Wood's Home Will Represent FHS officiated at the ceremony. L. Smith of Kansas City. DENNIS THE MENACE i . The O.E.S. Soci.M Club met last evening with Mrs. Joe Wood, Highway '16. cast, for Us regular .business meeting. The mystery package was won by Mrs. Stella Beth and game prize winners were Mrs. Joe Gas- II, was read, by Mrs. Paul Pray. The ; poem of the month, "Pictures in a Mirror," was read by Mrs. Mildred McCowan and the picture o f , the month, "Sunflow- Personals I Cast Named For First !U.A. Play Of Summer | The cast which will present the i crs " b ? Vincent VanGough, was former Broadway hit, "The F a t a l , discussed by Mrs. Nell Johnson. j Weakness," in the University T h e - j The program based on "Where , - : ater June 10, 17, 10, 20 and 21 is:: docs your money go?" was in ! have been visiting relatives here, j Mrs. Robert Fairchild, Fayettc-' charge of Mrs. Lela Tisdale Mrs ' "~ | ville, leading role of Mrs. Espch-'. Dorothy Bowen gave a demonstra.' .shade; Fred Kcrr. Fayetteville; lion on a l u m i n u m etching. : as hnr philandering husband; Mr.'. ! . . . 1 Karle Smith, Fayetteville. as her j Mrs - Mar ' Freeman was winner : bosom friend, Mabel Went?.; Belle i °' l ^ c .'nystery package and game ' Hinton, Fort Smith, as her claugh-. prizes were won by Mrs. Tisdale Gordon Phillip Morris of Oklahoma City and Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Tnurman and children, Kathy and Dan of Pasedena, Texas, who Merrills Separate tcr, Penny; Jack SlRman, Fayettc- and Mrs. Pray. The next meeting i ville, as Penny's husband, V c r n u n ; ! will be wilh Mrs Tisdale and co- i and Doris Tale, Litlle Rock, as. hostess, Mrs. Esther Burl. j Anr.a, the maid. The comedy will be given In- tho-iuumi as the first production of the Summer Theater Workshop. The box office is open in the . ^^ Arts Center on weekdays from 1 . ;: to 5 p.m. and on Saturdays from **__ r? n , ~ , . ; · - . - - : 9 to 12. Reservations may b e ' , Mr s. Earl Osborne was hostess Tltlh 1_1UD Jon Larry Starr, representing; Fayetlcville at the National Con- 1 ference of Student Councils i n ' Evanston, 111., Tuesday through i Saturday, is the elected president' of the Fayetleville High School made by phoning 2020. Elkms H. D. Club Meets At Carter Home The Elkins Home Demonstra- ·tudent Council for next year. He lion c l u b met at the home of Mrs. will be a senior and is the son of I James Carter and co-hostess, Mrs.. Mr. and Mrs. Fred St.- rr. Fayette- I D. L. Hood. The "Curtain Raiser' ville High School will be host to j the state convention of the Arkansas Association of Student Councils this coming year. was given by each member tcll- ing of their first date. "Pack Y " I ° U b s 1 ' was SU " B ' to the Combs Chapel Home Demonstration Club Wednesday at noon. There were 12 members present and Mrs. Josephine Laney a guest. The meeting was opened by th reading of the club Collect follow ci by Ihe devotion, given by Mrs Arvil Dill. The poem of the monlh "Down On The Farm," was reac by Mrs. Kennelh Laney. Featurec have returned home. Miss Sylvia Vanderslice, I'ay- --tteville, has been recommended by the Fayetteville AMVETS Post No.' 3 for a college scholarship, it was announced by Dale Kent, post commander. Capt. John S. McCullough, Skyline Drive, has been released from active service with the Army at Camp Irwin, Calif., where he has. served as post motor officer at the I Armored Combat Training Center. on Ihe program was a demonstra k Up | tion cake decorating, made by Tej after ..Waggoner of Waggoner's Bakery "The Lord's Prayer" was repeated and roll call was answered by telling "The best bargain 1 ever gol." It was voted to have a _ booth at the County Fair. The ' r i poem of the m o n t h was read by I _ , ,, f rush ! Mrs. Edith Bunch and Mrs. Dillie I ,,,. TM ' Beta Sigma Phi Receives New Members Following a series o parties, new members have been | Lee G r i f f i t h , announced by Upsilon Chapter of ;,. M r s ' c i l l i a TM gave a domonsto- Bcta Sigma Phi. The six girls who I lon °" c u t ' l n g bi = s ' a P e ' covcr - I * . * i ins and m a k i n g \val p aqucs. Miss : B'H 2. r V^ ., J l n a Sim P son and Mrs G "' iam «- ' Betty McCoy, employed at the c( , iv ed birthday gifts. 'Irst National Ban!j; Mary Evelyn j Concluding the meeting dessert 3oaz and Jerry Davis, Arkansas: plates were served by the liosl- j Western Gas Company; ; esses lo 25- members including plans were made for a pie s per to be held Tuesday, with "hobby" box to be given aw prizes were won by Mrs ° sbornc and ATrs " William Combs o'n'T °'v s on "Home Man- was won by Mrs. Bruce Gate. The next meeting will be July 10, at the home of Mrs. Carl Laney. Births three new members. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Bob Faubus. By Kttcham OF THIS o THROW? ifs RICE PUPOMG. Lee Griffith and Harris. Mrs. Jo McChrstian, business office of the City Administrafon Building; Helen Cook, Le Bon Ton Beauty Salon; Jeannine Campbell; i^tnTcVay^mp'rhap'e'rhaxv! Goshen Club Meets . Billlel'l^Ti^nn" 0 ',^ lowing ! A t H ° m6 Of M ^ L°TMb Esther! O ff| ccr ,. werc installed: of Fa of n daughter, June 13, at the County Hospital Mrs. Tale Entertains Walnut Grove Ladies ' Mrs. Russell Tat* entertained the Walnut Grove Ladies Aid Wednesday, with 16 members present for the covered dish lunch- con. Mrs PBIJI G!!c.- g;vt liie scripture reading from St. John and a prayer was led by Mrs. Shafer. In the absence of Mrs. Glen Giles, Mrs. Max Talc acted as secretary. Mrs. Kenneth Carncs read the article, "Mother of a Beautiful Mob," from the February Readers Digest. Mrs. Uoyd Rouse read the poem, "The Old Fashioned Pair," by Kd- rar A. Guest. A donation was made to a needy mother and a pledge made for Venetian blinds for the new manse. The social hour was conducted by Mrs. Omar Gate. Mrs. Bob Giles received the mystery package and quiz prizes were won by Mrs. Lloyd Rouse and Mrs. Shafer. Names werc drawn for a secret friend for the following year. The next meeting w i l l be at the home of Mrs. Max Tate July 9, with Mrs. Russell Tate in charge of thr social program. Karolyn Karsten, p r e s i d en t ; . 1 The Goshen Home Demonstra- j tion Club met Wednesday at the " e president, Mrs. Irene Exinc Page, vice president; Doris!' 1011 L I U D ' Hooker, r e c o r d i n g secretary; I nomc of th - Lorenen Jones, corresponding sec-i Lamb. The Lord's Prayer was led ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, me D l n n OI rHary; Dons Sharp, extension of- j by Mrs. John Gumn and the devo- ' daughter June 12 at the Citv Hos ficcr; Pa Morre. defense officer. ' tion, taken from Hebrew's Epistle' pital. ' ' Mr. And Mil. Georgt A. Wattri I Mr. and Mrs. George A. Waters of Fayetteville announce the birth of a son, June 13, at the County Hospital. Mr. And Mr». D. Leo Turner Mr. and Mrs. D. Lee Turner of Mr. and Mrs. John Pirozzi announce the birth of a daughter at the U. S. Navy Hospital, Washington, D. C., today. Mrs. Pirozzi is the former Miss Pauline Edlin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Edlln of Fayetteville. Fred Shaffer, who has been serving aboard the USS, LST 827, has been transferred to the USS Okanogan, operating off the coast of Japan. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kenyon and daughter, Gaile, of Amarillo, Texas, have been guests for the past several days of Mrs. Kenyon's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Tucker. Guests in the home of Dr. and Vrs. Walter L. Johnson are Mrs. Nadine Brewer of Lubbock, Texas. and Miss Anne Hitchcock of Apoplta, Fla. Capt. Virginia Hitchcock of Augusta, Ga., who has recently re- urned to the States from Germany, is in Fayetteville to attend he wedding of her sister, Miss Anne Hitchcock. . Leaving yesterday to drive to Atlantic City, N. J., were Mrs. Hazel Sandlin, district president f the Fayetteville District of Ar- :ansas State Nurses Association, diss Mildred Davis, and Miss He ( len Foster. They will attend the Biennial Convention of the American Nurses Association which is MiTXOFOLITAN OPERA start Ro. · bertaPeters (above),21,andRob- , ert Merrill, 32, have signed i sep- '·. aration agreement just teo weeks . after their Park Avenue wedding. : · A divorce "probably" will follow, ' although Merrill has not given up hope for a reconciliation, according to the baritone's attorney. Benton and Madison counties. C. B. Gilliland, University graduate in the class of '34, now chief of the Marketing Research Division of the United States Depart-' ment of Agriculture, Washington, D. C., wilh Mrs. Gilliland and two children stopped in Fayetteville jesterday for a few hours visit vith friends. They were enroute o Searcy and Beebe where they ' vill visit with relatives. |'_'CHOICE StJoseph ASPIRIN*^ I to be held in Atlantic City, Sunday through June 20. The Favette- ville District is composed of the registered nurses in Washington, EXTRA WI0E CHOICE ·f Styling and Colors Fleetline or Styleline ... 26 colors and combinations . . . the widest choice in the low-price field... with De Luxe color-matched interiors. EXTRA BEAUTY AND QUALITY of Body by Fisher The graceful, flowing lines of Body by Fisher styling . . . with extra quality and finer workmanship in every detail and appointment. The Fayetteville Church of Christ INVITES YOU TO ATTEND THEIR Vacation Bible School JUNE 15 THROUGH JUNE 23 DAILY SCHEDULE EXCEPT SUNDAYS (Eoeh Sunday the School Will Start at 3:00 p.m. and Close at 4:30 p.m. -- Recreation 4:30 to 5:00 p.m.) DEVOTIONAL 9:00 a. m. - 9:15 a. m. CLASS PERIOD 9:15 a. m. - 9:50 o. m. 5 MINUTE INTERMISSION CLASS PERIOD 9:55 o. m. -10:30 a. m. RECREATION 10:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m. CLASSES and COURSES J»re-School Ages "Getting Acquainted With God" Pre-School Ages "Animals o* the Bible" Pnmor y "Stories About Paul" Prt-Juniors "Bible Heroes Heroines" Ju " ior » "The 12 Apostles" Intermediate » Th . Worh of Jf|(|| » 7" iori "The Indispensable Christ" Adul * § "The Indispensable Christ" (COLD DRINKS WILL BE FURNISHED FREE) Wi Wml You fo Come Regardless of Whit Church You Are a Member (/ou cfioose Lowest-Priced Line BORA SMOOTH PERFORMANCE of Ccnterpoit* Power Engine rides flexibly suspended- centered, poised, cushioned in rubber-to "screen out' vibration and power impulses. EXTRA RIDING COMFORT ·f Improved Knee-Action Chevrolet's famed Knee-Action ride is smoother, softer than ever. New shock absorber action levels the road, smooths the bumps. CHEVROLET 7 OtfyftM. GtU PRICED SO LOW! EXTRA STRENGTH AND COMFORT of Fiiher Unisteel Conduction Steel welded to stetl-above you, beneath you. around you-to form a one-piece unit of massive strength and rigidity. EXTRA STOPPING POWER of Jumbo-Drum Brakes Chevrolet Jumbo-Drufti brakes have full 11" drums-biggest in the low-price field. Bonded lining! last up to twice as long. EXTCA STEERING EASE of Ctnler-Peinl Steering Steering control is centered between the front wheels. You steer, park «nd maneuver with wonderful ease, little wheel effort. EXTRA PRESTIGE cf America's Most Popular Caf \falc your choice America's choice. Enjoy ihc satisfaction of owning the car that leads in popularity, year after year. EXTRA SMOOTHNESS of POWCB lewcil priced In lit fltldl TUi fetulllul «·«» Shrltlln* D« lui* 1.Door Swim Ilitt for I«M Ihon any tamptrobla mocUl In Hi Ailri. 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