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June 25, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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, J UM », mi MllimilMIMllHMIIIHIIIMtlDilll ...... IIIIMMIIIIIMIIIIIIHIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIirilllllllHl Society m MXS. KATHLEEN DOZKt iiiiiiiiiiniiiitiiisiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiinii Wedding Announced Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Jim-Hi Reserve E l r r i r n m r Company B-B Drill, Easnn Building 7 !3cltn SiRinn. H i i L r h K i r . r a i d , 7:30 Kappa A l p h a I'i.i. -!fi Ka.M Hock Street. 7:30 M41 Volunteer A i r Km re Deserve Training Squadron 7-.10 1. 0. O. K.. IOOF H.'ill. 8 40 Ouli Inform.-.! Dance, U.irk Howl. fi:.lo Thursday . . . Latin i nay Golf, Country Ciub, 8 a. m. Rotary Club, W i i x h m c t n n Hntel. !2 Trowel nnd Sp.ide G a r d e n Club. 2:30 Fahol,, Club, Mrs, Donald Snydcr, 2:30 Pre (,(·· Club. Charlcne HitRins. 6:30 Boy Scout Board of Review. First Presbyterian Church 7 V, F. W.. 108'i West Center, 7:30 Far Vi'cst Chapter One. n. A. M , Masonic J l a l l , 7:30 Voiture il.1i;, 40 and 8, Legion H u t , 7:30 Miss Litle Honored At Bridal Shower A weddinc shower hnnorinu Misi Luella Mac Litle, who 15 to be married soon to R a l p h Buck, w«s eiven at the Gas Company Hospitality Room, Monday evening it 7:30 o'clock. There were 51 fuests present. Miss Rethal Thomas asKiv'cd Mits Lltle nt the gift table. The brSde elect received a corsage of pink gladioli from the hostesses. Mrs. Joe G a s k l l l and Mrs. Lorraine Pitterson had charge of entertainment, consisting of gamej and a "manless" wedding. Gamf prizes were won by Miss Litle and Mist Heffelfinger. The refrcfhment table was covered with n lace cloth and centered with «n 'arrangement of pink The refreshment table was pink »nd white gladioli and bells-of- Ireland. Fruit punch and cookies were served. Miss Glen Stockbur- ttt presided «t the punch howl, issisted by hostesses Miss Pearl Spyren »nd Mrs. Vlrginin Prlckett. , Auxiliary Hears port On State Meeting I Mrs. Robert C. Mayrs e n t c r t a i n , ed the A u x i l i a r y of the N a t i o n a l Federation of l'o..t O f f i c e C l e r k s ; at her home, H23 West Center | Street, yesterday afternoon at 2 · o'clock. I Mrs. Grovcr George, president, , presided during the business mcct- | ing nd Mrs. W. R. Rogers gave a report on the convention held nt '' Obituary The «·¥. Mra. Joiie Hadfell j The Rev. Mrs. Josie Hadfell, 74, a retired ordained minister in the ! First Christian Church, died j.n j the Hogers Memorial Hospital this I morning after an extended illness. iShe was the daughter of the late ; I John and Laura Lucas. She had ! [not been an active pastor for many [years. She is survived by her brother, J. Claude Lueis of Quincey, m . six nieces; one nephew; one .real nephew; and six greit nieces FII · neral arrangement* with Nelson's Funertl Home irt incomplete. ASPIKIM AT ITS St.Joseph ASPIRIN v\ , ,"l L'" na l hnil ''·«·«"»·!* a"d a shoulder corsage I ===== M i l l e r to Logan C h a n d l e r , son of of w h i t e carnations. Miss Pern- 1 '! ^ ir Jim Chandler of Fnyclteville. is dress was of p i n k linen She too' announced by her parents, Mr. wore accessories of and Mrs. .Shelby Miller of F a y - , white carnation corsage ettcvillo. The wcddinK was s o l - ' C h a n d l e r is a graduate of ON THEIR WAY TO THE "CIRCUS"-F»ther J. Jottph Lynch, : right, director of Fordham University's Seismographic Laboratory nnd Father Daniel Lineham, director ot the Boston College Ob- i servatory, enlist 20th-century electronic equipment in their seirch ; for the site of Niro's Circus. Believed buried in the vicinity of I St. Peter s Basilica, in Vatican City, location of the ancient structure i is sought by use of this electric hammer, which, when dropped . . causes shock waves which are reflected from buried objects, and ! '· , thcn_eiectr[canyj-ecprc[erJ. ' Be Foot Happy... HAPPY FEET MAKE YOU LOOK, FEEL AND ACT HAPPY If you are not enjoying foot btppineti because of corns, callouset, buniooi, rirtd, tender, burning feet, Athleie'i Foot or Rbeumttic-likt foot or leg pftini, due to wttk or ftllen arehei, come in (his wetk, D-'Scholl's FOOT COMFORT* WEEK Ltt ut jbow you how millions have been made foot happy through the me of Dr. Scholl's Foot Comfort* Appliancei, Remedies end Arch t upporti. , m r i t white a n d » f , t v Mrs.: } ' the: is a member of the ·y University Summer School . . . . i ~..._, ... , ayetteville Business Colle Refreshments were servH d u r - ! lenrtnnts to the couple were Mi?s Chandler is employed w i t h ing a social hour which followed : Margaret Ann Ferry and I.eon;noyal Crown Cola Company " ed n°l Announcements the ; - I Dr. Barker To Speak ! For Chemical Society bride PROPOSALS MADE -- CONTINUED FROM PAi'.E O.\E market roads; 11. Improved h i g h w a y p proaches; 12. Tax equalization: 13 Expanded water supply; M Re-routing of Higaway"?!; 15. Expanded hospital facilities Those attempted without sue p a r t m e n t s ' Dr. M K Barker hr;]H of t hr · j U n i v e r s i t y d e p a r t m e n t of chen cal engineering, will r.prak on re- ' '/"" ' P ? a °" i.cnrch' ,1 the Univcrsm- on Fri- ,' """" ""' I Hay n i g h t , at a mee,in B of ,he T.uLe "" Central Arkansas Section of the ie " u '" sc - _ ^ American Chemical Snciotv at wore a beige are' making their home'he're a't'"l6 i Th(! P=hala Club will meft white ac- .South Duncan. ', Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock ,,, in Ihe home of Mrs. Donald Sny- CC5S . der, 615 Oakland. i i.Varm market; Suppe 2 ' A d d i t i o n a l hotcl facilities; A pie supper will be held at the ! 3 ' tiily m a n a g c r f °TM of govern · n e r i m c n t station research, and re-! Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Mulkey and : search sponsored by various de- family have returned hwc a f t e r 7 teaching aid and spending the past tvo weeks in -- " -- ----- 1 " l *~ ....... * ·""'»'»""'" to « c i . n c c H « .1-Chlr.go. and in Southeast " dc " a E i m c n t 4. C i v i c center; Hendrix College. He w i l l discuss 1 u i the three major types of research. "CfSOtialS .conducted at the U n i v e m i t y -- c o n - : ! tract research, nitricultural e x 1 DENNIS THE MENACE · Mr. ar ; guests o] Acres. : -- " «-jjni tin.-i. m i . MMI.I .ur.s. i nc r K I CTIftKs p a r t v vrbpH- | ! n n g a | Bassett, and other Fayetteville rcl- uled for tomorrow','has been post- d i t i o n p d HospitaMtv l i i l l v e s ' poned u n t i l a later date. l l h e P u b l i c invited t ' ' p a t c r s o n r ' 1 atcison at Green I where she underwent · operation yesterday. Dr. nnd Mrs. Harold Frey, , . ------n n n r h Drive, have n.s their guest ; m Ka'amazoo. Mis. K a r l Schrarnm of Covington, Ky. p r o j ; Missouri "" " "" "'" Um Schoolhousc Friday night at Imr-nt : 8 oclock for the benefit of t h e i ,,, - - - , rr - _; , . , Zion cemetery program. The pub- '· Cleanup of junk yards along rce 01 MISS Louise Skelton, daughter lie is invited highways i n t o tov.-n. j of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Skolton of | Another .Session Tonight i F u l l e r t o n . ' C a l i f . , is visiting with T.E.L. Class. First Baptist C h u r c h 1 Thc sccond Trm ' n H a l 1 meeting her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. The T.E.I.. Class p a r t y .v c i le d_ j w i " hp n e l d ' r m i R h t at the air con- J '" Room, with . j attend and take part in the suggestions and discussions. A program similar to I that of last night will be conducted, with those present invited to f i l l out cards and propose projects fur the Program of Work. Starting time is 7:30 o'clock. Among ihose present last night was I. J. Steed of the state Chamber of Commerce who attended the l°48 Community Clinic, which Ladies' Day Golf f. Charles H. Cross, . d m i n i M r a t i v o assistant in the U n i v e r s i t y : Ladies' Day Golf is scheduled to- j College of Education, is a dele- morrow, beginning at 9 a. m. at i;ale to the a n n u a l n a t i o n a l con- the Country Club. Miss Marge .loyner ,,f 802 Eaglel ferencc sponsored by the N a t i o n a l ; Direct is ,1 patient M City Hospital, 'Commission on Teacher E d u c a t i o n ~ a major and Professional Standards of the National Education Association, '· today through Saturday, at West- Michigan College of Education . · tlr - *'"' Mrs ' Shaver Tucker and Mrs. Shaver Tucker of i he helped to sponsor. Lowell announce the birth of a son I · » M ,-, . . ,,. . l a l ci 'J Hospital J u n e 24. Mrs. Chester A. Dixon is spend, , . .HE the summer in A t l a n t a , Ga.. .Mr st ,,j M r c n, n ^"i ntjtth,..., | A f t e r a brief vacation and visit i "-here she is t a k i n g advanced ' v, ^.,",1 M r V n · H i . w i t h rolativcs in Fayetlcville and | work in the Emory University Li- 'nfVa'veTtevi'lle'nnnoiin'rp ih» bfrih W.tonga. Okl.r. Mrs. D. n. Eoff brary School. W h i l e in Atlanta. .',, a ^on June 24 at City Hospital has roturned to her home in Tex- · Mrs. Dixon w i l l be the guest of ·TM"_^^ 1 ·;* a l L "y «ospitai. " rk " nl11 I ''^ S TM »nd daughter-in-law. Mr. ' It is believed t h a t gunpowders I ^nd Mrs William A. Dixon and nr.cie by t h e ancient Chinese were ' Mr. and Mrs. li. H. Pentz and I . hcr , b r o l h c r ' Dr - Spencer D. A l - , i n c e n d i a r y but not explosive and Mrs. Pcntz' sister, Mrs. Nan S. ! ! mB . h ! a n d h l s . family. Dr. Al- : t h a t t r u e gunpowder was invented | Warner, of Houston, Texas, are here for the week w i t h R. H. j Pentz, Jr. and family, Highway US. east. : bright whose home is in hv Roger Bacon about 1248 A.D. More ( n a n a third of all sul- f u r i c acid produced in the United States goes into fertilizer. American farmers lost more hogs to hog cholera than to any -c. i other dise.v Not white, not wheat, not ryt, out · flavor blend of ill three-- ' Junge's Roman Meal Hreao. ; after ' the wreck ...the reckoning No matter whose fault, someone must pay! Moke sure you are not the one by covering y o u r s e l f completely with adequate insurance. Cravens Co., Inc., Ins. "/;/ Business For Your Protection" CRAVENS BUILDING 'ITS? OKAY. I'M WITH HER.' Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Pruning and , three children, nicli, Don and Ann. of .loplin, M o , have recently : moved i n t o t h e i r new home at 304 .Clcburn Avenue. Mr. Froning is ! a. partner in the McCord Whole- j s a l e Grocery Company. Sgt. Frank Ci^mbie left Sunday for Fort Jackson, S. C., afte'r spending a few days here "with hir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett C'umbio. He has recently returned from nir.e months' service in Korea. Now! A Permanent Even Lovelier jhan Naturally Wavy Hair! Yes-with lavishly rich Nutri-Tonic you can get precisely the wave tightness you want because yw control the waving WAVES SAFEL YIH LITTLE AS WMIHUTES Maybe you're lucky if you don't have naturally wavy hair. Chances are you can do far better. With lavishly rich N'utri-Tonic, you cnn create custom waves that nature never gives-and more manageable. The split-second n e u t r a l i z e r gives positive wave control. You can slop the wiving when you get the amount of curl desired. A/moif '/3 if patented OIL Crem» Ban Nutri-Tonic is so much richer, it waves gently, Mfoly, in little as 10 minulos. See whnlNutri-Tonic's patented richness cnn lo for you-TO quickly, gently, easily. KIMIens el Netrl-Tenlc ··rmiMiits I i i « r - · * J»v k«rt plo.lic cv.l.n, b»x Ik. 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