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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 17, 1952
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"MB, IIIHHimimillllllll ...... IIMIIIMIIIIIIIIIII ........ IMIIHimillll|l|||M|H~m Wed In Afternoon Ceremony : MRS. KATHLEEN DOZIER l l l i m i l l H I i m i l l S 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 i i m i l l H i i l l l l l M I I M I I I I I I I I I M I I I I I I H I · Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Sub Dch Cluli, .Suj Cute, 7 N.ivai Re.wve 1'ompnt.itc U n i t . Kason fiuildnii; 7 SOIilh MllitJii.v Government Croup, 112V, Wtst Cuntor 7-3fi' Club, Clubhouse, 7:30 Q. E. S., Masonic Hall, 7:30 Wednesday . . . Exehnnpe Club. Ki-rgufon't, 12 T r l D f l t a Alliance. Mrs. L. K. H a r t , 2:30 Dee C!eo l i i y t i i l l a l i n n , Joyce Stnwe. 6:30 Kayni HO.--.MVC Electronic Company 8-8 Drill, Easnn BuiUUng 7 Delta Surma, H u K h Kincliiri, 7:30 Kapp.i Alpha Phi, 48 East Rock Street, 7:30 H6J1 Volunteer Air Force Reserve Training Squadron 7-10 Army lirar-rvc, 112',4 West Center, 7:30 I.liliUry Order of Purple Heart, VKW, 7:30 Mineral Springs Reports On Improvement Plan night. June 21, proceeds to be used in the program. Church attendance has tripled since this program began, it was reported; a R u r a l Youth meeting I i is held once each month; nnd a | A n u r a l C o m m u n i t y Impiovc- ;gc " crsl clean-un campaign is; mont meeting was held at thc M m - 1 "T^ j Way '. , eral Springs Community House i h ^ drn "'" l! !o * » 1 " mp ' do; ' ak ' d Saturday night with a covered * Mr 8nd Mrs ' C ' °' Bflnkworth dish supper cpv " M j was won by M. c. Crider of Orccn- m, '.,, , , nnnd. Th« Icmp brought J28. The committee chairmen In the | M . lerilll for Phree ^ * e °; |pg four phases of the project, reported on the progress made, mid gave tables was donated by the Kay- ettcvlllc Lumber Company, Kelley plans for the rest of the year. | Lumber Company and" Clifton Plans are u n d e r way for road irn- 1 Lumbcr Company of West Fork. provement and a large sign to b c j , erected on Highway 71. at the ! r . , . . . . . . ^ entrance to the community. Also! J f D l t h W i l l Present .oil from each farm is to be '«t.-JConcert On Organ Grounds at the Community ! D - ""bort Smith, organist, will House hnvr been cleaned and the ! b ,° P''*"TM'^ In a guest recital at Inside of the building hc son and Miss Nell Casey. Two a u n t s of the bridegroom, Mr«. Edward McCarthy and Mrs. Ferd Hauck. K.iiisa-, City. Mo., registered the guests. The t a l i l c wa.-: covered w i t h a f i l e t |act; iinij i'ml:rt,ilfrcd c u t w u r k cloth, brought from Okinawa by the maid of honor. An rirrangf- rncnt of pink roses and white Engagement Told The engagement and approach- ins marriage of Miss Jane Cuningham it. Girl Malone, son of .Jrs. A n n i e Malone of Joplin, Mo.. is announced hy her parents, Mr. I : l r i / l !\,T.-.. I r r _: i -* Mr. and Mrs. Harry Leibermanj Mrs. Alex Stirewalt and chi'.and ton. Dcwey, and Mr. and Mrs. idrcn, Alexis and Paul of Turrci'l John Borcngasscr and three chil-'are visiting here with her parents' dren, all of Fort Smith, were'Mr. and Mrs. W. P. HJcNair. M r ' guests this weekend of Mr. andlStirewalt .is expected t* arr'hp« Mrs. Arch Cloud. I today from TurrelL ..-- . .,,,,.,,..V., jwi, «, I Mrs. Donald McGinnis a n d : Mr. and Mrs. Saunders M a r Mrs. A n n i e Malone of Joplin, Mo., daughter, Pattv, arrived last night i Lane of Chicago, III., with rinnoh" i n n n n r . l l n n n r , U . . I..- -1- · » _ , , , * . ,, , T - , I I , /-t i l_ J ""I U U U g n from their home in Glen Ellyn, ters, Gretchen ·· · Mrs. i bcon set for the last of this month. ' Mist; Cunningham is a graduate "' University High School and is n o w tni l ll °y!d with the South. : WPSlcrn Be " TM"^ Compuijr. ' Mrs ' A ' °' ^Inss ticr- ,'ed c a k e was tlet.-onitetl with pink roses and encircled hy rosebuds und fern. After a two weeks trip to the Smoky Mountains, the couple will he at homo at l l l l ' - i West Oregon in Urban;., I I I . , while continuing graduate study at the University of Illinois. Mr. O'Meara is com-i pleting work for his doctorate in: engineering and Mrs. O'.Mcara h e r : the Mount Comfort'' community" -- -- ·, - . ,-- -I llhrnry science dcqrec. For travel Mr. and Mrs. Howard Eoff and ington County Hospital, the bride wore a summer p i n k s u i t ' 'heir two boys, Don and Doyn of | i w i t h small w h i l e hat and a cor- ·· Rogers, and Mr. and Mrs. D. R | Mrs Eoff spent Father's Day picnicking at Lake Wedington. ., Cynthia iDr. and Mrs. Virgil Jones. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mount of Mrs. Carl Lenox, 110 East Rock i Street, accompanied by her daugh-! Mr - an d Mrs. Clay Yoe and ter, Miss Ada Mae Sullins, was son ' cla J r ' Jr -. returned Saturday taken by Watson ambulance to from a week's vacation at Biloxi, Barnes Hospital in St. Louis, last: Mlss night. Mrs. H. A. Wheeler, 637 Leveret t Street, is a patient at the Wash- Jack Page, II, arrived by plane in Fort Smith Sunday, returning home after a week in Memphis sage of white gardenias. Preceding the wedding, a dinner was given Sunday evening at Mary Mac-bin's in Tontitnwn, for out-of-town guests here for the occasion. Miss Mable Ruth Stong, a u n t of thc bride elect, was hostess. . J - n - B a rnhill and Coach j.^-ff ,S"'? 1 ? fllrthis weck on a S t n p ln Arkan sas. Tenn., with his uncle and a u n t Capt. and Mrs. Thomas J. Harrclf Albert Hope of Little Rock |, v ' ho . were re , cen ' visitors here at' le guest of her sister Mrs.! t h c home of ner mother, Mrs · '"-"I-'." Jones. . Vincent and Ruth Lcsh and Mrs. Bofiart Presents Pupils In Recital i pupils from the studio H. A. Wheeler, during the weekend. Mrs. Marius J. Lindloff plans : Mrs. John Rath of Austin, i to leave Thursday to attend the Texas, with her daughter. Isabel.! 45th convention of Gamma Phi is visiting at the home of her. Beta Sorority, to be held at the parents, Dr. and Mrs. Virgil Jones. 'Coronado Hotel, San Diego, Calif ical Association, which last week in Chicago. j Mrs. Lindl«ff is chairman of Song Jack D. Starr of Houston, ( a n d Ritual, and will have charge Mr. and the First Christian Church. Those taking part were Nancy ii M j^m . *··». awfomfm 3OTHliH^B I TM, ....... ^,m,ii.ii. -Photo By Puska !,, ° lakin « |)art "'"·· Nancy Mr, Thorno, Reilly O'Meara ^·^^"^nla'K^j I 0 Meara-Davidson Vows Said At Westminster House Dr. Fount Richardson have r e - j turned from attending the annual | convention of the American Med-i_ -· -- - - · ,, v.. u , 6 , : was held I xas ' was a Kuest last night of :of memorial and initiation serv- I his aunt, Miss Eleanor Quinn,! ices. She will visit in San Fran- · while en route to Kansas City, I Cisco and Berkeley, Calif before Among those from Fayelteville · M °-. to visit his mother. [returning home. who attended the annual conven-' tion of the Arkansas AMVETS in son, Mr. and Mrs. DeRoss Bailey, Hale Kent, James T. Phillips and Miss Ethel Multenix. ,,, _ , Miss Caro Davidson and Thorn- , mc-nots. She carried a colonial ^.nTJSiSjjrrjfA^^ Kirk Hale, Judy Hale; Rose Mary Austin, Billie Jo Hale, Michael Shirley, Janice jYoes, Shirley Collins, Peggy Jo I West, Pat Barron; ! S|IC Ciearhart, Ann Kennan, ' *TM DelzcU and John H°»" Is to be painted. An Ice cream supper and . ,,,,. ,, parly was announced for Saturday ' Maine Concert Hall at p.m. Sunrlny. He Is n member the faculty of Bates College ; DENNIS THE MENACE burning white candles in wrought By Ketchom lr " n randciabra. The bride is the d a u g h t e r of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Davidson, 7^(1 Woolscy nnd Mr. n'Mcnrn is the , Trio To Present ^Concert At University I of honor .".She" wore ,. Tnrcc "' I he youngest persona irinr^H «,-,,..«.,., j !tics of the American concert stage Mr. and Mrs. Paul McCowan and family left Sunday for Oklahoma City, Okla., on their vacation. While there Mr. McCowan w i l l attend the fnternationa! Circulation Managers Association Convention in Oklahoma City today through Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus McNair and children; Nancy and Randy, returned to their home in Tulsa Saturday after a few days here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs T. C. Carlson, 10 days with his parents and brother at Myrtle Boach, S. C.. and a visit with T. C. Carlson, Jr., at Maxwell r a pink embroidered organdv dress. .. ~..^un siage , ·· ~with m a t c h i n g headdress of i l l u - l appear in a program at the I Ficld - sion trimmed in pink forgcl-mc- ! JJ" 1 TM"''}- Concert Hall at 8 p. m. ,, . ,,---- ,, nuts. Her I lowers were blue and Wednesday. June 18. They are ", J!? n ,A McC °nnell ^e c ,,, a ,,ons ,n . ^i.'^^ the bridefrroom as Lest : TM ' l i s l ; members of the Harp Trio, ' with MrfMc'conneH's paren""'^" i man was H a r r i n g t o n I ·Jr.. of Clemson, S. C., ; ville, Tenn Mrs. Davirisnii selected for her and mo d^ r ll period? Miss Helen Yvonne Hughes, nr- K.-inisl ployed us a prelude to' (lit ceremony "Praise to thc Lord" bv,, n l ,,,,,,,,,.. ,".."' Ucciiis. nnd thc Ilarh rhoriile i H K , T e " t w o piccc "Now Ilrjolcc Thee.-." For the l)ro-'l ,,,|',,' ° ''"^""-'TV silk s h a n t u n g I»" . w i t h n a v y accessories, anil n cor- f blue nnd white carnations and Nnsii-' ; '' rilm r c a t u r 'i"S works by leading | composers of thc classic romantic esslonal, Mis 'Dcck Thvscl , ' H u K h c s ,)!· vrrl ' ' ladness" ossio .IIUI z hose Mv In- Mat-li "Jesu Mv u i . i u , i\i y Soul Wi a, id Ihe Jov" a so hv joy a ISO D.V , ri . re , l ) r l d c K r o l m ^ ' dusl - v rose rrc P p f rannlinri cnrc-mn m «l"" chose a ^, with a pink Announcements Mrs. Dasil Clark of Boston, County of Lincolnshire, England, is visiting here this summer with I her f a t h e r , B. J. Arbon, Highway 71, north. Sub Deb Molhtrs' Club The Sub Deb Mothers' Club r s-. »« length dress n f - M r -s. Louis H. Rockctt, Ardmorc ' , "efl eil .ice cap i f A r d - Mr. and Mrs. Rupert H. Row left for their home in Hot Springs this morning. They have been guests in the home of his brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Alcuin Eason, Jr. nf I l l i i d n , , .. u. i--·»"- ""i" otunj!, HISO ni Am- stallatlo ot illusion «,is caught to a | more, presided at the punch bowl evening l ^~~~^' hM .^ fnr J !cl : ll^'l^ . wPreJWrs.Kayo John- ' home of rfniiniinn" *i~ 'r'r' ."""' "" MrSl C ' T " S m i t h ha s returned · stallatlon of officers tomorrow to Kansas City, Mo., after visiting at 6:30 o clock, at the here with her sister, Miss Eleanor Joyce Stowe. ' Q u i n n . M IT'S A WONDERFUL FEELING- HAVING A SAVINGS ACCOUNT You too, can attain the glorious sense of security and peace of mind that comes with a substantial savings account. Knowing the money is there when you need it rids your mind of many financial worries. Start your account today--here. Savings are insured toJlO.OOOand earn liberal return! twice a year. N«rt Dividend June 30th. Will You Shan In If? FAYETTEVIUE BUILDING LOAN ASSOCIATION 0».* Thirif Yean of S.rrle, to ThU Community. ·THE/ woutwt TAKE in. in TOO SHORT.' BEATS All OTHERS IN FORERUNNER STYLING Here's the big reason why this is the "hottest" car in our history. Mercury offers you something reaHy new ... in fact, everything new. And folks like you have been quick to recognize - and respond to - this fact. For this is no mere face-lift . . . no years-ago model with the chrome moved around. This car faces the future with fresh, buoyant st)ling that will sfay in style--and protect your investment. andard tqflprniinl. oUBitoiUi, and !!« ifilialid art iub,»(t lo cKong* h,,hou, nol hi't iid»-i.all liiti oplional ot *!|Q tort. Imagine this licautiful crysfnl glowing on your fable, reflecting the admiration of your guests. Hand-blown, hand-cut with delicate tracery, executed with the deft touch of l^.oria',, i , r c r a e n No finer crystal than IlcrMry . . . (o givc pW)lld , Vi (o keep happily. In open 8( ock for yollr convenience. ('on,o in and BOO our complete Fostoria collection... today. KENNAN JEWELRY CO. 21 E. CENTER PHONE 540 BEATS AU OTHERS IN ECONOMY RUN You hear claims all around about economy. R u t who ', Ihe official champion, selected by the. American Automobile Association in open competition' The record show, it', Mercury-twice the Sweepstakes champion against all comers m the Mobiles Kcononiy !{,,,, i|, ree limes champion in its class. Here's the car that has what you want that the others ,vi,h t| 1( ... , la j s , around soon for a no-obligation ride. GOFF-McNAIR MOTOR CO., Inc. 331 Narth Celltg*

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