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Friday, June 20, 1952
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-NOITHWfST ARKANSAS TUMS, i, Friday, June 20, 1952 .iiiiiiiiiiiitniiiiiitiHiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiii Society, MRS. KATHUIN DOZIHt timuiiiimiiiifiiHiimiMiiiiitimiitii iiniMiihiuiMiiiiiiiMmiiiiiinniiiiii Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Washington Uodgr One, Masonic Hall, 7 Saturday . . . Altrusr. nutrtmriRe Sale, Edlln's Shoo Shop, 6 a. m. ' rntton flowers and earrings which | she made from beads nnd Mystery purkiigps WITC won by j f a m i l y and nd Mrs. n,. MV Mr,*.. Herman Greathouse n ....... = Clrtrk Brewer. It wan announced j ' for the covered dish supper ;it no charge. The- club picnic- is planned for July 3. ^art-Davis Wedding Held At Arlington, Va. The wedding of Miss Hilda Jean Davis, dauchler of Mr. and Mrs. H. Koland Davis of Arlington, Vs., to Bobby Jack Hart, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Harl, of Washington, D. C., was an event of Saturday at the Foundry Methodist j Church in Arlington. The bridegroom Is the firand- ·on of Mr. and Mrs. Tom L. Hart of Washington. D. C., formerly of Fayetteville, and is the great nephew of Miss Maude RoRers, j A u x i l i a r y were installed last night Miss Julia Ann Rogers, Mrs. George Handy, and Mrs. Roy Williams of Faycltcvlllc. Given In marriage by her father, the bride was gowned in nylon tulle and lace. Her illusion veil was luce edged nnd fell from i headdress of orange bloisoms. She carried an orchid on a prayer book. Mrs. Ernest Davis wai matron of honor for her sister-in-law and bridesmaids were Misses Betty Joan and Helen Lee Davis, cousins of the bride, Beverly Moe and Peggy Ernst. Flower girls were Judy Ann and House Warming Held At Phillips Home Mr. and Mrs, Charles Phillips and family were honored with a house warming Tuesday evening at thfcir nc-w home near Goshen. Those presenjt were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lantfharn and dautfh- fcrr.; Mr. nnd Mrs. Everett Whillock and f a m i l y : Mr. and Mrs, Utirfild PnrkiT and f a m i l y ; Mr. and Mrs. Ben CJark; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Culwcll; Mr. nnd Mrs. Gene Bowen nnd f a m i l y ; Mr. and Mrs. Chester Gaypr and son B i l l y ; Mrs. Ova Johnson; Mr. and Mrs. Clene Johnson and son; Mr. and Mrs Omcr CJwinn and sons; Mr. and Mrs. Bishop; Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cafes and sons; Mr and Mrs. Calvin Langham anc Mr. and Mrs. Pau Marriage Announced Auxiliary Installs Officers Officers of the Shellon Tucker Unit 27 of the American Lesion at the Legion J l u t as follows: The evening was spent in playing ft(ifries. Following the opcninp of jfifls by the honorecs, refrefih- ments were served on the lawn, Alice Boatright Wins Prize In Contest A University art graduate, Alice Arlelle BoatriRht, won first prize in the adult amateur class of the 2, r )th a n n u a l contest of the National Soap Sculpture Committee. A native of Arkansas, Miss Boat- rlRhl was graduated from the University Jn ] 947. She received a master's degree this year from the University uf Illinois, where she 1 has been an assistant in art, and E. Boatright of Van Burcn. The artist received the prize of $250 fnr "Female Figure," which depicts a woman with her arms above her head. Candice Hart, bridegroom. cousins of the John R. Graves served as best man and ushers were William Deck, James Parks, Michael Kil- ·oulis and Jerry Harl, uncle of the bridegroom. After a reception at the Hotel 2400, the couple left on a Southern wedding trip. The bride attended Radford college. She and Mr. Hart were graduated from George Washington University, where she was a member of Chi Omega and he of Slg- r-..Jl» Alpha Epjflon. They will make .. m. thei Lr home In Tulsa, Okla. Salem Club Plans Family Night, Picnic Mrs. Jim Collins and Mrs. Cora Aherns were hostesses to the Salem Homo Demonstration Club Wednesday at the Community House, for a covered dish luncheon. After the luncheon, the meet H£ was opened with group King- Mrs. Pauline Reed, president; I W iil return there this fall for ad- Mrs. Margaret Hicks, first vice-1 ditinnal work. Her father is Percy president; Mrs. Wlldii SloncBifcr, second vice-president; Mrs. Irene Le Marr, secretary; Mrs. Bculah Cruise, treasurer; Mrs. Ruby Anderson, historian; Mrs. Goldie Smith, chaplain; Mrs. Lenorc Madden, sergeant »t arms; Mrs. Mabel Maddox, parliamentarian. Mrs. Goldie Smith was the Installing officer and delegates to the department convention to be held at Hot Springs, July 10, arc Mrs. Pauline Reed, Mrs. Irene Le Marr, Mrs. Bell Sweetscr, Mrs. Let tie Carney, Mrs. Terry Bivens, Mrs. Goldie Smith, Mrs. Grace Bunch. Mountain Union Club Has Luncheon Meeting The Mountain Union Club met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Chnrlie Taylor with a covered dish luncheon served at noon. The meeting was opened with * prayer and song, "Love Lifted Me," sung by the group. The poem nf the month was read by Mr:-. John Wallen, nnd Mrs. A, Wallen gave · thumbnail sketch of the Book of Hebrews. The mystery package was won by Mrs. Paul D. Bohannon. Guests for the luncheon Personals Mrs. Pete Lee and daughters Lavcnia and Mary Ellen, are visiting in West Point, Miss. Miss Willie Whitmore of Tulsa, l e c ! O k l a . , formerly of Fayetteville, is ' nt l | expected to arrive tonight to be the weekend guest of Mrs. Ella B. Hurst. Mrs. Thad Rowden, Jr., and daughter Linda are in Okmulgee, Okla., for a few days visit with Mrs. Rowdcn's mother, Mrs. M. Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thome 01 Marmnduke, Ark., are in Fayette- villc for snnii.ier school at the University. Tl.pir residence is in the home of Miss Hattie on West Dickson Street. meeting were Mrs. John McCl- hosc, Mrs. John'Murphy of. Hood River, Oregon, Mm. W. M. Will- holt of Burkburnett, Texas, and | Mrs. L. B. Thompson and children ' of Alma, Okln. The next' mectlnj? will be held Guests this week at the home o Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Rhodes, wen Mr. and Mrs. David McKclle: : nnd thrr-p sons of Malvern, am nnd: Hobcrt Rhodes of Prescott, Ariz. ng, and A prayer led by Mm. Lavon Gibson. Mrs. Gr«y,:a guest, I July 16, at the home of Mrs. gave » demonstration on m a k i n g ' Frankle Phlpps. DENNIS THE MENACE By KefcKpm Dr. nnd Mrs. Ralph G. J o j have just returned after twr weeks spent in Houston, San An tonio, and Dallas, Texas, where they attended the Institute of International Relations, sponsored by the American Friend Service Committee. Mr. find Mrs. A. W. Cobb and children, Stevr, William and Joanna, of DcWiU. Iowa, left this morning for home after a vacation here with Mrs. Cobb's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Bates, and other relatives. bu SHOULD SEE WHAT THIS GU EMMQ.AtaM' ITS RED AND ITS GOT GKtWT ftG OANS.AftO TtVQ ICWG " Mr. nnd Mrs. SUM King of Smith, Nov., arc attending summer school here at the University. Mrs. King is the former Mary Jane Hamilton of New York. While here they have an apartment at the home of Miss Hattie Williams on \\cst Piekson Street. Staff SRt Kenneth Cox is now stationed at Yakoda Air Force Baso in Japan, near Tokyo. He was previously stationed at Castle Air Force Base at Merced, Calif., and was a recent visitor here with his mother and sister, Mrs. Bertha North and Mrs. Kathleen Drake at 200 East Spring Street. T,t. and Mrs. Thomas Waltman Collins, 111, and son Tim my, are visiting here with his parents, Mr. nnci Vs. T. W. Collins. I I . Lieutenant Collins has been stationed al Fort Sill, Okla., and w i l l leave i v i t h his f a m i l y this weekend for C"fniip Cook. Calif. R E V I V A L Now In Progress Big Brush Arbor on lot back of Baptist Church--Lincoln, Ark. ? world h tired of sham and false promise!!. People everywhere are weary, broken-hearted, and trot/bled. Come and find the way to peace and happiness." Services Begin Each Evening, 7:45 Jew CotanM, Evangelist- Clyde Record, Song Leader Mrs. William Howard Gass Gass-O'Kelly Vows Said In Double Ring Ceremony The wedding of Miss Mary Pa- fashioned on princess lines, the tin Wade. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. O'Kelly chose » dreic of blue taffeta and a corsage of American Beauty roses. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of Mrs. O'Kelly, 342 St. Charles Avenue, with approximately 150 guests calling during the evening. The bride's table was centered with an arrangement of pink and white snapdragons and featured the wedding cake decorated with white rosebuds. Those assisting at the reception were Mrs. Joseph Vaile, Mrs. John Clark Jordan, Mrs. John C. Hamilton, Mrs. Edgar Wertheim, Miss Margaret Gregg, Mrs. Clive Lane, Mrs. Frederick Kerr. Mrs. Russell Melton, and Miss Nancy Lane who was in charge of the bride's book. The couple left immediately afterward on a twn week's wedding trip to New York City. For travel Mrs. Gass wore a navy blue Alpaca dress with matching accessories. On their return they will make their home at 343 Spink Street, Wooster, Ohio. The bride is a graduate of the University, receiving her BA degree. She attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas, where she received her MA degree, and also attended New York University for work on a Ph.D. She is now an instructor in the department of philosophy at th College of Wooster. Mr. Gass is a graduate of Ken yon College where he received h A.B. degree and has attended Ohi | Wesleyan University, Columbi University and Harvard Unlver sity. Hn has spent three years a Cornell University at work on Ph.D. He is an instructor in th department of philosophy at th College of Wooster. Out of town guests were Mr and Mrs. W. B. Wade and fam :ricia O'Kelly, daughter of Mrs. R. Edwin O'Kelly, to William Howard Gass, son of Mr. and Mrs. William B. Gass of Warren, Ohio, skirt of which formed a train. Her fingertip veil of illusion fell from ; a lace cap and she carried a bou- About one-fourth of all c. jplani in North Carolina is planted ti ; corn. was performed Tuesday evening: quet of stephanotis and white it 6:30 o'clock. The Rev. Edward | roses. 3rubakcr road the double ring Mrs. Oliver Ferguson, sister of vows before an altar decorated j the bride, was matron of honor. with baskets of white gladiolas She wore a ballerina length, cham- anri giant shasta daisies. Weddinfi music included Anglicus" by Bach, "Our Father Who Art In Heaven" hy Bach, and "Arioso" also by Bach. The bride's gown was of imported lace and nylon illusion, pagne colored nylon net and satin "Panis, illusion nnd carried American Beauty roses. Serving as best man to the bridegroom was Howard Bcchncll, Wooster, Ohio. Ushers were Oliver Ferguson, David Wade and Mar- PHONE 21 " cr OPEN SATURDAYS UNTIL 8 P. 41 E. CENTER M. WARDS JUNE SHOE SALE Vacation-Time Values for Women and Children COLORFUL LEATHER CASUALS Boo. 2.93 2.OO 2 Pain for 5.00 @ Reduced--Casuals, Ballets and Flats in *hite and a variety of popular colon. For ·utra saving* buy two pairs. Sizes 4 to 9. GRACEFUL CUSHIONED CASUALS fleo. 3.98 3.OU 3 Pain hi 7.00 («) Crafted of choke leathers in a variety of the newest summer shades. Cushioned from hwl to arch for greater odUfort. 4-9. COOL SANDALS FOR CHILDREN Reg. 2.98 Z.OO Siai 8Vi-3 @ Choke of Platform or Barefoot Sandals In a variety of colors--oil now reduced. REG. 2.59 Toddlers' Sandals; 4-8 2.34 COMFORTABLE PLAYSHOE8 Jha.2.98 2.OO Sim 410 PI Save now on women's cool, blue cotton I twill Sandals with durable, flexible rubber! ·ales. Also Oxford style (not shown) in red. 41 E. CENTER PHONE 21 WEEK-END SPECIALS OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS UNTIL 8 O'CLOCK Main Floor Specials .29 KNIT RAYON BRIEFS 4/1.00 Cool rayon mesh. Regular sizes. 1.49 CRINKLE RAYON SPORT SHIRT 1.37 Cool. Needs no ironing. 5:47 MATCHED OUTFITS 4.44 Durable Army Twill. 1.98 MEN'S JEANS 1.83 8-oz. Denim. Coppsr riveted. 4.98 CHENILLE BEDSPREAD 4.44 BeaUtiful colors. Eiby chenille. Sice 84x98. 1.S9 PLASTIC DRAPES 1.27 Beautiful patterns. Sze 27x90. .39 GIRLS' RAYON PANTIES .33 Nationally Known Spun-Lo-Rayon 2.98 CRINKLE CREPE GOWNS 2.27 Cool cleepinfwear. Needs no ironing. 1.00 COTTON PETTICOAT .77 Fancy trimmed in lace ind ribbon. 1.99 LONGWEAR SHEETS 1.88 Beit quality muslin. Sat 81x99. .49 MEN'S UNDERWEAR 2/ .88 BOXER OR KNIT SHORTS T-SHIRT OR UNDERSHIRT 24.75 LADIES'COATS 19.00 Buy now on Lay-Away. 1.00 Down. SPECIAL PURCHASE ON LADIBj DRESSES 3.00 Sheer Ginghams, Many styles. Sits 9 to 24Vi. 9.9S MEN'S DRESS SHOES Many stylet. Broken lots. 6.97 Basement Specials 1.00 CLOTHES BASKETS .77 Woven Bamboo. 20" diameter. .27 3-pe. BOWL SET .22 Small-Medium-Large. Vegetable bowl*. 1.69 COLD PACK CANNER 1.44 7-Quart. Porcelain enamel. 12.95 PRESSURE SAUCE PAN 10.88 4-Quart. Magic Seal. .69 DISHPAN .58 20-quart size. White enamel. 49 SPARK PLUGS .37 Riverside plugs. For all cart. 9.95 GRILL GUARD 3.97 Chrome plated to fit most cars. Special PLASTIC SEAT SOVERS 1.65 Vinyl Plastic Seat Throws. 3.29 RUBBER HOSE 2.97 25 foot. 5-year guarantee. 159.95 60" SINK CABINET 143.95 Double-cabinet is hardwood. Furniture Floor Specials 119.95 36" GLASS OVEN GAS RANGE 99.88 Divided top. 14.95 PLASTIC TABLE RADIO 13.88 4 tubes. 199.95 7.4 CU. FOOT REFRIGERATOR 163.88 21-lb. Freezer 147.95 WRINGAMATIC WASHER 127.27 9-lb, Supreme model. 214.95 LIVING ROOM SUITE 149.88 Gray Frelze cover. 229.95 LIVING ROOM SUITE 199.88 Green and beige. 169.95 BEDROOM SUITE 149.88 Walnut finish. 199.95 BEDROOM SUITE 114.95 Blond flnlih. 84.00 DOUBLE DRESSER . 44.47 Lm*d Mk flnUh.

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