Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 18, 1952 · Page 2
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June 18, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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Unmiiimimimt IIHNHIIII HII IHIIIHIIIIWMHIIIIHMIIMIIHU, oc*W# m MRS. KATHLEtN DOZIBI MIIMIIIIIIIIMMMIIflMIMIIliMIIMIIIIIIlliMMMlllllMlhllllllllllNllimilllllimilllll · Daily Calendar of Events Wed At St. John's Church Tonight . . . Dee Gee Installation. Joyce Slowe, 6:30 Mvai Rencrve Electronic Company s-8 Drill, Eason nuilrfing 7 Delta Slgmu, Hush Kincald, 7:30 Kappa Alpha Phi, 45 East Hock Street, 7:30 1)84) Volunteer Air Force Reserve Training Squadron 7 30 Army Reserve, 112V, West Center, 7:30 Military Order of Purple Heart, VFW, 7:30 Harp Trio, University Concert H a l l , 8 Thursday . . . Itatarv Club, Washinglon Hotel, 12 Family Supptr, Country Club, 7 Baldwin Couimandcry Four, Masonic Hall, 7:.'JO Amcr.can Legion Auxiliary, Legion H u t , 7:30 Demeler Garden Club , Picnics At Burton Home (The Demeler Gurdon Club met mr a family picnic Saturday eve. n?ng at Trail's End Farm, home of Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Burton. . -Those amending were: !""'Dr. and Mrs. Kyle Engler, Dr. 1 hd Mrs. O. D. Stallcup and chll- ton, Alice Kay nnd Jarnes Odle? It. and Mrs. J. O. York, Dr. and p- Curtis Mason, and son Bob- 5br. and Mrs. F. M. Mearle and Hldren Carol Aria and Ronnie, K and Mrs. Dale Hlnkle and jughtcr Christina, E. O. Mc- ind son Gene; ir. and Mrs. Raymond Staten children Barbara and Larry, and Mrs. G. W. Stlenbrugge, children, David and Elva, Dr. Mre. F. W. Snyder and chil- Robert and Barbara; . and Mrs. C. A. Brown and ildren Donnle and Kenny, and . and Mrs. L, H. Burton. Mrs. Allison Hosless To Highland Club Mr*. Ross Allison was hostess to the Highland Club Friday nt noon, with 17 members present. Mn. Eugene Teeter, vice president, |- . T - . was in charge of the meeting. ,LOU1S JjCttlS Mrs. Dennis Massey led the sin*. | v v»u j Green Valley Club ! Meets At Duncan Home hu recenlly been idvanced Id the rate of ndlomin, third class, while lervlng with the staff of C. Duncan of Green comm »nder of the Seventh Fleet i Mrs. H. . n o reen ; Acres was hostess tn the Green i'n Korean wateri .Valley Club yesterday afternoon. : --- -Seventeen members were present j Mrs. R. H. Stokenbur Sutton Street Na.man w ^T~ .?TM *:. Wa "en, electrl- A report was given by the sec-' rotary on the quilt and pillow! , ?asps sent to Judsonia. and a letter',.,·- n i_ "~~; ":. ··-"*", uicin- I w a s road from the family which:", ,,, mate ' thlrd class, USN, son received them °' Mr - and Mn. Ben H. Warren The meeting was the last busl-: ,5 "yetteville, » n d husband of ness session ur«JI September. A ""·,, M *W J. Warren of Pico family picnic will be held in July. Cal ''- is a member of the crew · miking an amphibious landing on Vieques Island, while serving aboard the attack cargo ship us! Oglethorpe m the Atlantic Fleet training exercises. Personals Miss Lind Is Bride Of and Mrs. Loult Bettij Cpl. Bob Stroud arrived at | Mr. and Mrs T H f h a f f i n . j Camp Kilmer, N. J., yesterday ! children. Tommy and Sybf'jov" from Germany, where he was;«e visiting relatives I L o s A n ' with the 142nd National Guard ogles, Calif., and in Bo"se Idaho" Unit. He is expected in Fayette- | T "ey are expected to return th. ville by this weekend. last of next week Mrs C h f f · . Mr, Pear, wltlsT wife o, Fay- C* A" ^erTon^' ' j e t t e v i l l e Police Chief Pearl Watts, I Mo., are here »t th^'h' was returned from a St. Louis i their absence hospital yesterday afternoon in a ! Watson ambulance. I e during -Photo by Puska ing and the devotion, given by Mr. Ethyl Tucker, was a sketch of th« Book of Hebrews. Mrs. Franklin read "The Keeper of Our and "The Top Cupboard Drawer." Key Club Members To j Attend Convention Norman Powers and Don Lewis Miss Thelma Arford, 108 East Maple Street, has returned home after being a patient for the past four weeks at County Hospital the Washington performed June 5, . The club voted to send bed pll- : lows to the tornado area. It WHS ' announced that community n l R h t l , , . , , . . ' will be held Friday night with a M " m " " cl "« "' Gurdon. special party for children and an Ice cream social, sponsored by the club. carried [nri. vYiijne omnn. ivirfl. Allison ....... m,-.\ H I I H H M I ui riiyrueviiie wofi the mystery prize and games who wore navy blue with white it'fifa ii,An K^f Ml** lnl*» r ! TM » ^ ^ - . J ·"!.«- IT n i l 11 i n i t were won "by Mrj. John Grenn, accessories Mrs. Virgil Tcmpleton anrl Mrs. accras " rlc5 - Mrs. George Cole visited last week in Warren, with her mother, Miss Lois Lind and Louis B c l - i w i " rc P"»cnt ' th'c'Viij'c'tte'vill'c' MrB - °' °" Axle y- Driving do\vn, Us were married in a ceremony! Koy C l u b "' t h = n i n t n a n n u a l shc was accompanied by a group ,i si inhn's!f, o n v e n t ' o n of Kp y Clu b I n t e r n a 0 ' Slrls and her daughter, Nancy, . ; · · _ " . tlonal at Chicago next week. | who went as far as Camp Yates. Approximately 1,500 high school .Returning home Mrs. Cole was boys from 45 states and f i v e ' accompanied by her niece, Mary Canadian provinces are expected I 1 *" Scobey, of Warren, who will -o attend the three-day conven-1 visit here Wis week with the ,et- i lion, June B-8. Delegates will elect i Coles. frs. officers, develop administrative i ···"" --·"·»"· viuiuun. I policies for the coming year, and Dr - A. Ford Wolf of Scott and Fnr her wedding, the bride chose : discuss the school and community i White ' Hospital Temple Texas white linen street dress and | f^vlers conducted by the more: has recently been made a fellow bouquet of white car-: a n 1 ' 000 Key Clubs, er only altendant was- n _ *~~ Mrs. Rex Morton of Fayrtteville,! DOyS Of I rOOp 102 In ancient Roman times woi ten appeared in the arena 8ht as gladiators n , ° oats . ,^ve tails directed up. ward while sheep tails point down- CONCRETE, NOT ABSTRACT ART-Edward Coffey of Lin ville N. C., puts the flnishinfi touches on his concrete bust of President Truman. Using only ordinary sidewalk cement and , chisel, he has also created likenesses of General MacArthur left and General Eisenhower, at right. ' AtplrinAtlttBett St. Joseph «ft f~ n. n ... ~ I ASPIRIN Cracked, Dry Skin Soothe--ioffen--help heal and relieve fiery ilch with . Oil-rich* Resinol i 'ConloiwloMta, d a u g h t e r nf Mr. and Mrs. Lind, Ashland, Neb., and Mi tis is the son Of M r n n H member of the American College of Mrs. A. F. Wolf of Fayettevllle ' . The Julv meeting will be with the bridegroom. Rex Mortim was best man to Mrs. Ralph Bricker. Following a wedding trip in the ENNIS THE MENACE By Kctchom ! Ozarks, they arc Leave For Scout Camp Boys from Boy Scout Troop 102 of Fayettcville, accompanisd by Al vn. i Mrs. Beltis, of Little Rock, Is .. graduate of the University of Nc- Don W. Harris, USN, son of Mr nnd Mrs. Ward L. Harris, and husband of Mrs. Ann D. Harris, all of Elkins, is serving with, , . «ii.-ii.iiii naiaen · F i shter Squadron 22, aboard the i K ineir | toft Sunday tn attend Scout Camp" a i r c r a f t carrier USS Tarawa, :, Buna- j at Devil's Don Slat? Park. They wnich is completing a six month e - ,'our in the Mediterranean area. D.irylo and ricrnie Hovinga. Bill Crumpler, Mike! .Tames D. Waters, aviation elec- ' , . ,,, ,, ,,, . " - , , o u - , ' "" llj( - g r u m p i e r , Mike """ca v. v d i e i a , a v i a n o n eiec- hraska. Mr. Beltis is attending the bhirlcy. Terry Hunt, Harry Jack- i Mcian's mate, third class, USN ; " -""""-" "----- -- Robert Chambers, Jr. J o h n 1 TM of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Waters'! University College Ing. of Engineer- Out of town guests here for the wedding were Mrs. Marvin Br-t- tis, nnd Bill Bctlis, brother of the bridegroom, both of Gurdon. House Warming Given For Gordon Hartleys Mr. and Mrs. Gordan Hartley, who have recently moved inio their new home in the Rhea community, received a gift for their homo from trie Rhea Home Dem- 3iistratlon Club Monday night at Hcnbrat, Paul Young] 'j r ' JJavid Sladc. ' and I n f West Fork, was among those i who donated blood for the Armed i ···"-· «««inniu uivuu iui me ftrmea me firoup will remain at camp Forces Blood Donor Campaign a t ! his week, returning Saturday at- i Whldbey Island, Wash. Homemakers Club Has Regular Meeting | Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ferguson i and children left Monday on a · trip to the West Coast and Canada, i They are driving out by the I Southern route and will return i Th . ,, , i through the Northern states. The Homemakers Home Dem- onstntion Club mot E t the home ' Mrs. Earl Bird and Bobby Bird nr Mrs Edward Stevenson last : 'eft yesterday for San Antonio muni at 8 o'clock. : Texas, where they will be the Mrs. Mario Maddox i.«v. «,,, '· 5.V csts nf her brother, Clinton! on t h e iawn to 78 people. Earl T " 1 Wt ' 0 ' Maddox cave the ! %£'"" '" i'" "roiner, unnton j a house warming pariv: "- I *TM' i «» «*lrh was talfcr! frnn° : Thom ^TM- '« about two weeks.! Icp cream and cake were served i , " , OK of Hebrews, and Mrs. Strange read about the "f Urn month, "Sun- oil call was answered bv e.ich member I d l i n g of ' m v best bargain." Mrs. Vcra Hammond received t h e mystery package. The meeting adjourned for Announcemcnts linn Club will meet Thursday at 12:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Hobcrt Hone on Lunsford Street. H will be a dessert meeting. 'ITCOILBA KEN A BURQW. TH|Y TAKE THINGS'. Shamrock Club The Shamrock Club will meet Thursday at 2:30 p.m. with Mrs. P. R. Green, nt the Green's f a r m ; d on University Farm Road. i re- · Col. and · today, Mr _....,, ... _ m o n t h s visit with her aunt, Miss Sue Wesson, In Hope, Ark., and 1 Colonel Houk reporting for , month at Fort Bcnning, Ga. He . will then report to Camp Stoneman. Calif., for overseas assignment. ^ unjoin IIL-U MM re- freshmcnts, served by the hostess. i W. F. Thomas has returned _ ~- , home from Tuisa. Okla., whore he home types of sheep have hair underwent surgery. After leaving and some types of goats have t h o no5 P' la l lie remained for a few wool. days with his son, Dr. W. F. Thomas, Jr. -1ft a Bread. Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler V. Hender- 11-19-tf-son, 607 North Walnut Avenue,' WRUTC WISEST SEllffl AT IOC Top. Grain Cowhide Wallet and Key Guard Set · By PRINCE GARDNER · Regular $6.75 Value Genuine Cowhide bill folds with matching key case made by Prince Gardner for a June Special. $4.75 value in your choice of Brown or Black. Now only $ 5 · Outline Heel · 51 Gauge · Dark Seam · Sheer Nylon Full Fashion Hose Beautiful quality, ilighlly Im- ptrfect, lh««r weight, il gouge precious nylon hose with dark Momi and outline heeli. Only 99 45" Wide! First Quality! Usual $2.19 Value! Pucker Weave NYLON Special purchase of good quality 45" pucker weave nylon fabric that we have sold, yard after yard, at $2.19. Offered very ipecial, a« long as this quantity lasts, for just $149 Save! Save! Famous Oculen's Sunglasses $ 2.50 A lemational opportunity Famou. "O c u I e n »" lun - glasiei, usually J8 . . . at thii low, low pricel Wom- ·n'l glniiu with jmart hand-mod* framei in tor- toiit, gold-ttudd«d laml. nationi, 11 r I p t ,, to \^ ti P I a I d t. novelties. Com* eempleu with flanntl carrying caitl

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