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v,Uw. A.«ciiuat. iil^.J.y, ."-jr.3 "IIIIMIIIililllllllllllUHIIMIIIIIIIIIHNHMIHMHIHmilllUlllHIWIIMIIININNI Society, m MRS. KATHUIN DOZIBI i IIMIIIIIfllllllllllllllllinilllllllllllllllllliilHIIIIIIIIIliliilllllllllMMIIIIIIIHIIIHIHl! Weds At First Baptist Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . First District, O. E. S. Reception, Sprinjdale Field House, 8 Sunday . . . Kenneth Osborne Organ Recital. Art Center Concert Hall, 4 HI Si Club, Clubroom, 7 Farmmgton Lodge, Farmington Masonic Hall, 7:30 Fayetteville Lodge 740i, Mas,onic Hall, 7:30 THIS 'N' THAT ABOUT TOWN KATHLEEN DOZIEft At the Country Club last evening were gentlemen and ladies of the press from all over the state, relaxing from the demands of their professions. Hosts were L. L Baxter of the Arkansas Western Gas Company and the TIMES. A buffet supper was served, followed by songs by George Gearhart and a movie. Lucky is the gal who vacations at Sun Valley and such is Frances Fleming who with Laura Faust of ·West Helena, · Pat Weiss, Brinkley, and Marietta Barham, Mena, leaves tomorrow on just such a jaunt. Also going are Frances McDonald, Trident editor, and Florence Felker of Rogers, who we understand left to- ·day, Helen Swoyze, Tulsa, and Annabel White, president, of Marion. Reason? The Delta Delta Delta International Convention, opening June 19, with some Personals - ! f n u r «on* of Minneapolis, Minn., | i are here tn Mtenn the wedding of , ] Miss Marv Pal O'Kell.v anrl arc | - · cursis nf Mrs WaMe's plMer, Mrs i Edwin O'K-ll.v. i Engagement Announced Mr. nn-l Mrs. W. A. fnhh nf DC. Wilt, inu-H. w i t h then r h i l t l i f n , ' " I Ktrvc. W i l l i a m ;irui .loilimx arc Wear Si-hoonmer. f c i i m c r U n i - | I'xporti-d tivlav I" v h i t here w i t h v|1 rsi!v A l l - A m c n r a en'l. nnvv r,f , relatives. Mrs C"hh i« t h e former Wasluiiatiin. I). ('.. w i t h his w i f e , Lucille Hales, d.iushfr of Mr. · Hvl '" " c h i l d r e n . visaed here vcs- | Sieve Bates. tenlay with f r i e n d s . l e a v j n p t o d a y : ----- | f"i Pnrahnntri?;, to se? hli mother. i Fills and Unwell Trurnbn a r c ' ------ i leaving t h i s weekend (or Cani| LI and Mrs. .John I, Fletcher ' LrC'onto, Knnxvilli-. Tcnn. have hren v i s i t i n s in Sprmcdalc ; - ---- ! and Fayotteville, for thr 1 past two ' Mrs. Jennie Cate, U m v c m t v weeks. Mrs. Fletcher i* the datigh- llcighls. has had as guests h-r IT nf Mr. and Mr?. S. .r Camp. daughter, Mrs. W. .1. Dillon. Jr. hell of SIS N o r t h Olive. Lieutenant nnd children D i a n n a . Bill I I I . and Fletcher is en route tn Fort Knox. i Jane, of Ada, Okla.. and her von Kv., where he will he attached to i Horace Cate and f a m i l y nf Little ' t h e Army Medical Research Lab- I Hock. , o i a t n r y u n t i l September. He will · I t h e n r e - e n t e r I h e I T n i v e r s i t v fif i Cecil Ann Ledfonl of Weloclk.-i, Okla.. is sp"mlinr. her s u m m e r vacation with her uncle and a u n t . Mr. and Mrs. John W. Sailer. Maryl.md his 1'h.D. to eonxplete work on I Obituary I l a i o k l E. I l m l K s i m , son -f Mr. a iitl Mr*; A r t h u r .1 HoHpson n[ · Wheeler. loft Fri'hy for Fnrt Lee, j _ Vn., where ho will repoi t June 2 1 , | for Q u a r t e r m a s t e r KOTC Summer . Mri . p erm .| io A n n a Brown Camp. En route he w i l l WISH in St. . Louis. Mo, Washington, D C,, and Kocers-iSpccial i - M r s . Prrmella | Nc\v York City. A n n a Brown. Rfl. filed yesterday j · -- i m'tminc at the home of a dauch- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kmnnci and ter. Mrs. Golden H u l l , of near La- I j sons Dick and Kenneth, of K a n - i Hue A n a t i v e nf Trov. MM. she! j::as City, M o , are v i s i t i n g here f o r ' had lived in the Ln Rue commun- Ihe. weekend w i t h her brother-in- j|y fin years. law and sister, Mr. nnd Mrs. K. \\'J Purvivinc are two dauchters. Dozier, and aunt; Mrs. Clarence ; Mrs. H u l l and Mrs. Flossie j ! Might. Mitchell of brother. W. Friday Bridge C l u b was enter- j;usnn, Mo.; Topeka. Kan.: D. flnherson of Fer- I four nrandchililren i Mrs. Milton Ray Gilliland Miss Hitchcock Is Bride ternational Convention, opening June 19, with some /*\r K y l ' l j . n .500 members expected. Frances, when she returns, L/T /VlllTOn KdV will prepare her family fora trip to Washington, D. C., The and points in the East, so she will have a busy summer. Hitchcock, I Mrs. Visitors ore still coming in from all directions. i^ n Jui There is Marian Metton (Mrs. Russell) and two chil-'Giiiiiand', "coff'eyvJii'eT Kan'! wedding of Miss Anne* -- . daughter of Mr. and ^, , _, , ;s i. Hitchcock, Apop- Garden Club Hears home of Mrs. Roy Wood, M l . j Funeral services were to be con- Nord, ducted IJiis afternoon at the Bland Baptist Church hy the Rev. W i l l i a Mr. and Mrs. Jere Block and Capps of dirty, assisted hy the daughter, Diane, have returned. R CV . Mary H u l l of Springdale. from Wynne, where they have B Ur | a | lm der Ihe direction of been visiting his family. i h p i r d a u h t e r . A n n a N e l l . n c h a . e , Pvt, Ida M. Baird. daughter of ! Mrs* Roy Bohannan, 114 Soul'; School Street, was among members of Fort. McPherson's WAC ', Detachment taking an active part Burns Funeral Home was to be in Martin cemetery. Mullina, Jr., tan of M i r . Bertha E. M u l l i n s of DcQueen. Miss Kmsey Is a graduate of University High School and Mr. M u l l i n s is a graduate of the University, where he was a member of Kappa Alpha Fraternity. The wedding dale vtll he announced later. Parties « Compliment i/i-irn. miit-iH i d r v j i i n Hn a r u v e pan " "' ' " " ····-·· · ···-· *." ui.i u B mi | ^^ · * _ ,, . in ceremonies marking formal ' whrl dic(1 Thursday, will be con- 111 f«|r|f».plf r-f dedication of new WAC quarters, ducted t h i s afternoon at 4:30 *-**. 1*JV. J-/1V,V_1 I Tuesday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the Central Presbyterian Church. Jei*ph N. Polonit Funeral serx'ices for -Toseph N.! Polonis, retired interior riecorator| Announcements , I'vt. Raird is assigned to the U.S. j "'clock at Ihe Watson Mortuary Army Hospital at Fort McPher- '"' C,alen V. Pyle. reader of the ! Kmntth Oiborn* Organ Recital Beginning Tuesday evening,: An or « an recital will be given Panel DisCUSSJOIl l ^istussiuii son, Gn, as a technician.' ' j j^/^rh of Chris, Scienlis, JMTh'rW^ " "M^S? » jSi '.Four member t h e Depart- | ~ryt ^.'^a F^ I ^^ SlJ^v'Ut' ^M?- TM* "" » ' dren who ore visiting here with her parents, the Edgar Wertheims, after a few days with Russell's parents in Jonesboro. They are of Park Forest, III. . . . Jane 'Steele (Mrs. Williams) is here at the Price Steeles' with her three children. They ore from Memphis . . . Jean and Frank Gordon, Jr., with daughter, Ann Stewart Gordon, arrived Wednesday night to visit their parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. N. Gordon and Ruby and Herbert Thomas. Frank has been in the University of Michigan. performed last evening at 7:^0. o'clock at the First Baptist Church. ' Dr. Walter L. Johnson, pastor,' performed the ceremony before Those feaving by train, auto and plane are Dr. _ James and Grace Butler, Jr., with daughter, Janice, who left for the East. Dr. Butler will attend a class reunion at Princeton and the Centennial Celebration of the Presbyterian Church of Mount Kisco, N. Y., Sunday. They will also visit relatives in Wilmington, .Del.\ and in Williamsburg, Va. . . . Dr. Frank Knox and daughter, Ellen, will remain here while Mrs. Knox is on a plane trip to Miami. She left yesterday from .Fort Smith and will stop in Birmingham, where she will be joined by her sister,. Mrs. Hollis Bush. Mrs. Knox and her mother, Mrs. A. D. Anderson of Miami, plan a flight to Cuba while she is there. . . . The . Howard Wardlaws and sons, Stephen and Stuart, are expecting to leave Monday morning to drive to How- an altar of greenery interspersed -...i.';,.,, h n5 i,,« with white candles and white asslstanl hostess, gladioli. White candles also marked the aisles. "Jesu Joy of Man s Dcsinny, ( Bach; "My Heart. Is Filled W i t h i Longing," Bach; "Dearest Jesus! We Are Here," Bach; "The Lord's: 1'rayer," Malotte; "Reve Angel- j ique," Rubenstein; "I Love Thee," i The Fayetleville Garden Club Hot?.. Mrs. Paul Steinkraus nf A g r i c u l t u r a l Engineering '' vi "e resident for two years, com- iii the University are a t t e n d i n g the i"R here from Chicago, annual summer meeting of the " A m e r i c a n Society of A g r i c u l t u r a l · r '- Engineers being held in Kansas w a s . C i l y . They are Professor Kyle , Englcr. head of the d e p a r t m e n t : Following a business session. Xzin McNeal. R. H. Benedict, and Mrs. Hotz led a panel discussion T. E. rla?.en. The m e e t i n g v:ill last Mr« E H Sonneman olaved a "" ' and llcst m c t h n d s for · from June If! through J u n c 13. · o ' r a i f ' / , ',! J u conserving moisture d u r i n g i h e ; " ,?n" m -Rnm^°" m h U v li.lLLJi"" ! f u m m e r «'TMths." Mrs. .'^m-, Tracy H. Barrett. Jr.. of Fay- krauss and Mrs. Km-- M- cttcville was among Ihe graduates Iher participated on the panel. ' a t the University «r Missouri. Co' | l u m l i i a , receiving his M. S. cle- Work Day Planned By \ Kne - Cernelery Association The Dowell Memorial Ccmetcrv William M. Craig Funeral services for W i l l i a m M. ; Craig. 75. resident of fifln Storer . who died at the City Hospital ' Thursday n i g h t , will b*. condttet- . ed at Ihe Wodington Church at 3 o'clock t h i s afternoon by t h e Rev. ! O. I., l.ierly. Burial will" he in the i Wedinglnn cemetery tinder the di- i recticn of Nelson's Funeral Home. j Pallbearers will be: James l.ut- ; Irell, Granl Layne, Hoyt Estep, i Kenneth Campbell. Smith G i l l i a m . Oreig; "To A Wild Rose," Me- | Doweil, played" during the cere- Association will have a work day mony. Mrs. John Seeling of Dallas, Texas sang "At Dawning,' 1 "Entreat Men Not to f*eave Thee," and "O Perfect Love", following the closing prayer. Miss Maxine Chism of Fayetteville, and Mrs. Gerald Holmes qt Cofieyville, sister of the bridegroom, wearing dresses of lavender taffeta with fitted bodice and lull skirts and matciiing mrls, served as candlelightcrs Their shoulder corsages were green carnations, tinted to match the dresses of the bride's attendants. The bride wore a gown of im- I sister-in-law, the Baker Ward- , neckline. The illusion veil was at- IOWS, olSO Of Safford. From there they W i l l go to the ;'ached to a tiara of matching lace, , ranch of his uncle and aunt near Pima, Ariz., and ;f"b^ueT'of" $,"-*'---? ~~"\^ hope to visit Grand Canyon and Carlsbad before re-jies-of-tne-vaiiey. turning in two weeks. . . . Allan Gilbert and David McNair left Thursday for the National Open Golf Tournament being held in Dallas. They expect to return Sunday. . . . Mrs. Bruce Holcomb leaves tomorrow to see son, Richard, and wife, Sylvia, at Ardsley, N. Y. En route She W i l l stop in Columbus, Ohio, and i dresses of light' green net over Philadelphia for a day or so and will be gone about''"""'" """"'"'"""'"' ' six weeks. . . . Paul and Adele Heerwagen leave this _ ,, , weekend for Paul's graduation from the University I Their b°un"ets were of lavender: School of Medicine at Little Rock. Mrs. W. A. Ramsey, ""'"" Paul's grandmother, will accompany them. After receiving his doctor's degree, Paul will remain in Little Rock for a-while, coming up here the lost of the ,,,,,, .,,,,, ... ,,...,,. month. He is to report J u l y 1 at Hillcrest Hospital (served his brother-in-law as best i for internship at Tulsa . . . Grody and Brunette Har-'""" """" '"'"" °""' : Ian left yesterday to take daughter, June Pennington, and children, Stephanie and Penn, to Woodville, Texas, where they will join Lt. Bill Pennington. The Marians will return tomorrow. . . . Mrs. Harry Wilson, Tri Delt mother, has a vacation planned which includes Florida and New Mexico, where she will v i s i t ! of the bride's mother; the bride- daughter Billie Netherwood, at Almagorda, and onJKTM om ' s mother; and the wedding into Old Mexico. She expects to return home August'""'" 10th. Miss Virginia Hitchcock attcnd- roommale of the bride at Southwestern Baptist Theological Semi- and they wm-e matching mits. asters. Mrs. G i l l i l a n d , mother of the bridegroom, wore a dress of light blue crepe with shoulder corsage of white glamelias. Gerald Holmes of Coffeyville, ; man, nnd John Seeling of Dallas was groomsman. Ushers were William Jurncy, Fayetteville, a n d James Dunn. Fort Worth. A reception was held in the dining hall of the church, following the wedding. Included in the reception line were Mrs. Walter L. on the cemetery grounds Wed- versity department of. education nesday. beginning at R:30 a. m. staff during ils summer session. All who may be interested a r e . asked to attend. A basket lunch Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Pyoalt and Dr. Robert Simon and family '''aye l.uther, Holland Luther, and of Minneapolis, Minn., arrived iialph Brickcr. last night to make t h e i r home here while he Is with Ihe Uni- Mrt. Amanda V. Smith Lincoln-f.Special)-Mrs. Amanda V. Smith, 7R, former resident of Lincoln, died yesterday in her will be served on Ihe grounds by , daughter Pally, returned yester-1 home at 4 i n Rogers Avenue in ^ " " r l ~ ~ 1n · 1 " ""' ····" '" ~ women of the association The ] Road, with an oak grove fronting the highway. · day after 10 davs spent with rela: clarksvillo Ark lives at Sininn, Texas, a day or j sh( ,' is survived hy si); ter, ..Mrs. Ella McCnllorh of Clarks- nno brother. Col, Wil- party g Bowen McCnnnell and Mrs, J. C. · Jordon at Ihe MrConnell horn* on . Ml. Sequoyah. Miss O'Kell.v re: Rirf-fic ceived H hosier; gift nf silver. | W«U1» Wednesday n i g h t a kitchen : ' shower was given for her by Mrs. Edgar Wertheim and Mrs. Fred Kerr at the Kcrr horn". The table was centered with a la?y Susan filled with flowers. Thh was given Mr. And Mn. Wlllird Arnili Mr. and Mrs. Willard Arnett of Kaynlteville announce the birth of a son, June 13, at the County Hospital. to the honoree hy the hostesses. A linen shower in honor of Miss LI. And Mrt. P«ul Clark O'Kelly was given by Mrs. John : LI. and Mrs. Paul Clark of Fav- Hamilton and Mrs. Joe V a i l e a l I h e ' e t t e v i l l c announce the birth o f ' a Hamilton home, Thursday evening.; son. June 14, at the County Hos- A pink color scheme was used f o r : pital. both rlecorations and refresh-; . inents. including pink snapdragons ! Mr. And MM. Floyd Mtadowi and larkspur and pink punch and ! Mr. and Mrs. Flyod Meadows of i n d i v i d u a l cakes. ; Winslow announce the birth of a Mrs. dive Lane and daughter son, June 13, at tbe City Hospital. Nancy, were hostesses F r i d a y ! *··· inorning at a buffet breakfast.! Mr. and Mrs. Sam Houston and given at their home. About Ifi idaurflters of Pryor, Okla are ox- ····""' "·· Present, and another j port ^ tomorrow to visit h ere with g i f t of silver was received hy thi honoree from her hostesses. The rehearsal dinner, which will be Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Edwin O'Kcllv ".Mrs. Houston's parents, Mr, and · Mrs. Marc Slice. while, not wheat, not rye, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wade and 'Blind Bogey" Opens Judy Benton, Weston Rogers, ! Piano Pupils To Appear In Closing Recital In a closing recital of the year'.' work, pupils of Mrs. Marguerite i m a n ' Dftrntl) . v Sllverman, Janet Wllll, H,,m.,h,.v. «.in h. ... i. E "S'". Ern "' Rnrflln . Mebane Janirf Butler, Mary Joe ,,,,, Davis of Fnr , Wnrlhi former classmate nf the bride, was in charge of the bride's book. A f l " ' V ' (v1riinc l r i p ' l h p | will live in Wichita. Kan., where Carolyn Hill, Joe Anne T h u r i n - j M r Gilli iiinrl is secretary of the ger. Kayc.llf Woodruff, Becky (department of religious education Kmcaid, Martha Nan McKinney, | O f the Kansas Convention of Sara Smith. Margaret Ann Short, | Southern Baptists. For travel the Elizabeth Ann Kchulz; Janet Adams, Mlnnettr Silver- o'clock at the First Presbyterian Church. Pupils through the seventh gride will appear on the first half of the program and lifter * 10 minute intermission, puplli from the eighth grade through the senior rhss will he presented. Prizes nre to be awarded for Ihe nrxt Improvement In different groups and honorable mention* will bt mud*. Those who will p»rtlcip»te are: Ded* Noll, Cimlllf Adams, Sara t.yfln Fleming, Alln* Thurlnter, Margaret Robertson, David Dykes, ·'Immy Smith, Jan Nell; B$ft McKlnney, Anne Adamt, bride chose a suit nf white linen with hrnwn accessories and corsage of pink carnations. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Rurkey, Loren Genie |Turnage, Mr. and Mrs. Orhie :Clem, N. .T. Westmoreland, Misses Susie Fleming. Marcelia Bent, Barbara Hannah, Mary Sue kins, Rhonda Rhodes; Freddie Miller, Jim McRoy, Alan Adams, Rosalie Rent, Mary Elizabeth Gamble, Rebecca Wasson, and Marcia Strickland. Dr. Garland Melton returned l«st night from Miami, Fla,, where he attended meetings nf the American Optometric Association ind the Council on Education and ProlMalonil Guidance. Iiam C. Rraly of Orinda, C a l i f . ; ; the series, two nieces and one nephew. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at-2:30 p. m. in Ihe Presbylerinn Church at Lincoln hy Dr. Frank Brewster, m i n - ister. Burial will be in t h e Lincoln cemetery under Ihe direction of the Luginbilcl Funeral Home of Lincoln. An Eastern Star service w i l l he conducted by the Lincoln Chapter, O. E. S. Mr*. Gertrude Cover Sprincidale - (Special) - Mrs. Gertrude Hover. 73, wirtnw of the : iate Thomas Jefferson Gover, died ; last nir.hl at in: in o'clock in her home northeast of Springdale af- ler a long illness. She was horn June 1.1, 1870. at. Fairfield, Mo.. and she and her husband came here from P'airfield 5(1 years ago. Mr. Cover died J a n u a r y 7. 1 B 4 I . She was a member of the First . Ha|tti;-t Church here. She is survived hy two sons.j E l l i s Cover of Phoenix, Ari7., and! Hurley Cover of the home: one sister. Mrs. I.oitie Raligh of Fair- f i e l d , Mo.; and a grandson, Jimmy. Funeral a r r a n g e m e n t s , under t h e i direction of Ihe f'alhson-Sisco Funeral Home, are incomplete. John Deway Mills SprmRdale - (Special) - F u n p r - ' al 5 p n i c p s for .lohn Dewpy Mill?. S.'t, Sprinfidnln, who was killed Wednesday in an automobile arci-! dent near Hiloam Springs, will b e ' conducted Monday at 2 p. m. in the First Christian Church by the] Hcv. O. I,. Lic-rly and ihe Rrv. I. J. K f ' r r i r k . R u r i a l w i l l he in Kim SpnnRK cemetery under the direction of Callison-Sisco Funeral Home, . , , St. Charles Avenue, will conclude : but a flavor blend nf all three -Roman Meal Bread. 11-19-tf DENNIS THE MENACE it. ITS' JUOT LIKE ANOTHER:? ONLY VEX RJY A CHEAPEN PR£9£AJT. -+ SUPER! Cherry Kincheloe and Alice Waldron, all of Wichit,-; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jurney, Mr. Mrs. Cenrae Prattler, Mrs. Orvillc Hugo, and Miss Joanne Hugo, all of Coffeyville; Mrs. Clayton K i n g of Decatur, Oa. Mrs. John Harris and daughlers,' iTop photol Pauline Wheeler, Hebecc; W.iy;on and K I . V K C S Butt i,,ia| Mrs. C. J. Tldvell, Mrs. E. A. 'lip their scores after m a k i n g the FnyiV.evillc Cnur.liv C l u b cnirc in Hodson nnd Mrs. Frank Suttle. the "RHnd Bogey" tournament for ihr club's women culfen which ·pent TulH Thursday «nd Friday In began Thursday morning Below ire Thelnia'p'lak who i,.,ircd They were accompanied and *llh her »re Relty Boston and lleltti F.dmlslo-v Kelvin . home by unoUier daughter, Mr«. j SmRh and Thelma won golf halls. Onlf hills ajso wcin C. A. McDonald, who will »|»nd j the Mixed Scotch Foursome lhat eveninj 51 the clun. m fr. e, , K l l c n the summer here. -in: nuAcu o i u n n r o u t u j m r mat rvpning 51 tn*; riun. The winners jwer* the Ogdcn Shirley* «nd the Jimmy PUkx. r Punka TlMF,5i*OTO) Come In ind See Us About Our Eoty Payment Plqn on Re-Modeling Your Home, Building New Garage, Chicken HCUM or Milk Borni, «te. Clifton Lumber Co. Phan* 17. W*rt Nrk, Ark. Glassware Fine China Gifts Housewares ; Catering to the Bride and Housewife LEWIS BROS. CO.'

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