Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 26, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 26, 1952
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TIMtS. Ark Thund er, M, 1»S1 lllllllllNHIIIIIIIIIItllllllllllllllllllrl .......... Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllll! ~ - MM KATHLEEN DOZIER "'''""'.Mm, . i i m r i m r i H m u ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,' B.P.W. Club Hears Talk On Civil Defense During a meeting n! ih« f l f Fvf'nrc Ul L V l IHb Tonight . . . Pee dee f l u b , r i i a r l c n e Hit-Kins. fi : :iO l i n t i y 1.,-niir:' N i g h ! , W a s h i n g t o n Hotel. 7 I'.oy Hoard of Review. First Presbyterian ( huu-h 7 V. V. W , Hill'... West Center, 7:.10 1 nr Y,Y:t C h a p t e r One, R. A. M.. Masonic H a l l , V:. r in Ynitlirr- II.Mi, ·:() and 8. Legion H u t , 7:,')0 r rid ay . . . Contact Club. Washington Hotel, 7:3(1 a. m. I ' . - i y e t l e v i l l f Hoard P.ealtois, Kcri;u.'.rm\ ]·.; Cherry Coke Party .Held At Home Of Mrs. Williams A Cherry Coke pint), a n n t h c i in a scries of parties in connec- itnn with thc r i a n t i s Cherry i-.ii.-.- rialirn fnr governor, was Riven yc.sterriay morning Iron) 10 to 11 o'clock hy Mrs. Kuccne W i l l i a m s mid Mrs. Floyd K l l i o l t at (he Williams' hnme, Davidson and College streets. The refreshment l.ible v.-as dec- ornterl with thc cherry motif, having a judge's gavel tied with red f.atin ribbon and cherries, from which n red streamer led to the "governor's license plate for 105.1." On the streamer were the words "From judge to governor." Cherry flavored macarnrins and cherry [ preserves were served. j Alderman J n r k Burpc spnkc i l o the group. Woodruff Twins Honored ;Af Lawli Party, Dance | A lawn parly and d a n c e from : 7:30 to Ifl o'clock xvas g l v t n T u r s i day evening by Mr. and Mrs. Preston Woodruff at t h e i r home, i o n t h e I 2 t h b i r t h d a y o f t h e i r i h i l - nf M i x . Myi'tli. l l a n i i a . .1. G C.'oe : t r i n k i . 1,11 " C i v i l Defi-nsc," and ex! p l a i n t f l "The m a i n purpose of t h e : prom-am I* to teach the p u b l i c ( w h a t In rlo in case of a bomb at. i tack, how In protect themselves a n d w h a t tn dn for ntlii.-rs." · Various pha:,c:: of t h e program wns ilcscriberi a.'; - r - l up by the I-Vdorsl f J o v e r n r i i i ' n l . t a k i n g in . each i n d i v i d u a l of a c o m m u n i t y , ' I rlortors, nurses, police, s a n i t a t i o n I | workers, h e a l t h a n d w e l f a r e w o r k ! . i i s , rri^jnci.'j-s, s[tMoe.raphi'rs, anri ; j l r a i n e d v/orlf.-rs for rescue wnrk. ! Coe s t a t e d H i n t , t h e r e has been 1 nfi law passed in A i k a n s a s a l l t h n r - as h a s hern dunr- in o t h e r states!! and t h a t "this should be d o n e : and money for its sel-up be pro- \ , Cne was introduced bv the prcs- | Heat. Mrs. Pearlc Trowbridgc, in Mrs. Putnam Delegate To National Encampment The regular meeting nf the A u x i l i a r y to (he Veterans of Foreign Wars was held Tuesday evening in thc Civic Clubrnoms. was appointed to alienil the National Encampment, which convene* August 3-8 in Los Angeles Calif. Mr«. Eva A. Putnam war, appointed as delegate and Mrs. Nora Mae Word named as alternate. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Baktr and I children have returned to Indian- I apolis, Ind., after visiting here with i her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. C. i flaird and her brother Lieut Har- j uld Dean Baird and family. ' Mr. and Mrs. Evertt Campbell . a n d daughter Jeannine, returned 1 i Sunday from Boone, lows, where ilhey attended the wedding of Bill :t;rr-ttenberg and Miss Elaine Boyd. i While there they were guests of! r Hill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed! : Ciretlenberg of Dayton, Iowa. i ------------ -- Pfrcntti lo * *-* BWIlalS Mr. nnri Mrs. Hryce Woods and f a m i l y of Charleston, S. C., visited yesterday with his sister, Mrs. C. C. Baker and f a m i l y . Mrs. Eslelle Baker has returned home frnm the Elizabeth Hospital in Prairie Grove, v/hcre she underwent major surgery. Mr. and Mrs'. Max Wacte of Dal- ! I las, Texas announce the birth of a | : sun, Thomas Malcolm, this morn' i n g at the Florence Nightingale! | Hospital in Dallas. Mrs. Wade is' · the former Mary Louise Henson i daujrhler of Mrs. Malcolm Y. i Henson, Goshen Road : Harold I Bast Trumbo left Tuesday for [ Not white, not woeat, not rj., j New Orleans, La., where he will j D u j , f] avor j,] en(J of ^ {[ *» ' Mrs! C h . iS C g Ba n s"r a anS' other" rela- j lu "«'' *°TM n *"" ""-0. s. · was cievotecl to a memorial service ; f o r Miss Elaine Van Guilder, a | member of the Ka.vetteville club. | This was conducted by Mrs. Ids . Uallard. home in Erlton, N. .)., a f t c . .,.,,,- ing here w i t h .Mrs. J. o. Pnlk and Mr. and Mrs. Walton Polk. ! f - J g f ~ rr \ ,, ,I s VJ«II U L I 1 occasion, including Freddie and , Carol Musll of Lake Providence, La., cousins of the hcmorccs. Entertainment included a string game and lemon dance. Prizes were won by Ciiill Cnnpcr, Kirby Pennick, Freddie and Oirnl Musll. Capt. and Mrs. Charles F. Kent of Cherry Point, N. C., left for their home Tuesday morning a f t e r visiting Mrs. Kent's mother Mrs M i n n i e Shofner, 224 North Locust Street. | Mr. and Mrs. fir-r.c Ki-iiing, and ' 'cr Susan of K i r k l a n d , Wash.! DENNIS THE MENACE For Dessert Luncheon ! Mrs. n. A. Long was hostess L U J --c."-* ^up,,,, u» i x j i M n n u , wasn pile Iris Garden Club Wednesday, : ore visiting Mrs. Kelling's mother j serving n dessert luncheon at 1:3(1 : Mrs. Bcrnice Brewer, and her .'O'clock to 17 members. Assisting | brother, Lt. ,Joe Brewer, who has j h c r was Mrs. Dwight Morris. j been asisffncrt to duty in the Far I A f t e r the luncheon, the program .East. ' f o r the afternoon was begun with I · ' r o l l call, answered hy each mem-;' Mr. and Mrs. Bob White were i her telling of "A problem in my ! surprised with a p a r t v last eve. yard." Mrs. Thayer Shclton spoke' nlng given by a few of tnelr , on "Garden reminders for July," · friends in honor of their 24lh | and Mrs. .loci Smith gave a talk : wedding anniversary. The p a r t y on "Plains t h a t can t a k e It." : was at their home on Highway 45 j following lhe program a short 'east, business meeting wan held. First Lieut, and Mrs. : Dean Bairri and son are ,,,, , a two weeks visit with Lieutenant Baird's parents Mr. and Mrs. H C j° n e °' several prominent writers 1 j Balrd north of Fayetteville. Lieu-i who are participating t h i s sum-! tenant Baird has recently com - mer in a writers' workshop at t h e 1 University, Walter Van Tilburg Clark, noted novelist, has been on the campus this week, conferring with students of creative writing. Among Clark's best known works; are "The Ox-Bow Incident." "Thej City of Trembling Leaves," and "The Track of the Cat." Christine j Govan, prominent author of chil-i dren's stories, will he thc next pleterl Advanced Pilot Training at Vance Air Force Base, Enid, Okla., M , and is en route to Randolph Air [ _ ! Force Base, San Antonio, Texas to j join a Combat Crew Training ! Wing. Announcements I Central Methodist Senior Mrtt writer to participate in the"wo7k' rvn!T.i Se ^'°. I i, ^ p . art "! ent o£ the shop. She will arrive Monday. i Central Methodist Church will r- ^_ e "Senior Night" Thursday at! ) o'clock in thc City Park. ! Fayetteville Bapttit i The churchM of the Fayetteville Baptist Association will meet with the Oakland Baptist Church on Saturday and' Sunday. | Thc Women's Charity League will meet at the home of Mrs.! Genrffe Caudle for a 1 o'clock! luncheon, Friday afternoon. Kirs. I S. P. Seagraves will be co-hostess. : I White Rock4-H Club Elecls New Officers i The 1-11 Cluh of White Rock met Wednesday evening at 7:30 ; o'clock fur the purpose of electing new officers for the coming year. : A business meeting was held, after '· which officers wci e elected as: Mrs. Bob Kates and daughter, Beverly, of San A n t o n i o . Texas, are Ruests this week nf Mrs. Bates' I mother and sister. Mrs. Grant | Smith and Mrs. A n n a Paris. They . are alsn visiting in the home o'f Mrs. Joe Bates. Keep COOL "downstairs" in... NORWOOD STTLE 1887 Wheat Nylon Mcth Brown Kip NYLON MESH Give your feet the smart, cool run-around in Mansfields' genuine Nylon Mesh. I Salon SOT, g and 40 Salon 307 of the 8 and 40 will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock in , the Legion Hut, for the installa- I tion of officers. !· Marilyn McRoy left today w i t h ,. . .. , .-, --"· --·· .Mrs. Clay Duvall and Mrs. Jack Carl Lste president; Bill Neu, j Stewart for Lake Lucerne, Eureka r ( vn.tnr S Mr n aiii"' V - TM VCn! ' !r '' gS ' w h c r p shc wi " ·'"'l t h c SOUR leader; Betty Ann | of this week. Mrs.°Duvall a'tid'Ulr" · ····.. . Neu, reporter; Betty Lou Clevencer, Bill Neu. Hetty Neu, anil ,lim Kstcs, Recreation Committee; Virgil Estes, adult leader for boys; William T. Neu, assistant leader fnr boys; Mrs. i NIMI, adult leader for girls, i A f t e r thc meeting and election, i Hie group was surprised with an mnrip ;md rakp supper. Plans i tractor meet .. which will ho f n r the boys, and Stewart are going as chaperones, replacing Mrs. Amanda Hilton and Mrs. Clay Yne. who arc expected to return home today. r Lt. Col. and Mrs. Claude C. Ynung and son Clay, from Den- vllle. N. .1.. have been thc guests of Mr. and Mrs. Evertt Campbell for the past three days. While here Mn. Young 1 was complimented at Fayetteville Lodge 740 a n d Washington Lodge One will have an open joint installation of officers for the years 1952-53, at a meeting of Washington Lodge One, tomorrow evening,at 7:30 o'clock. Refreshments will b« served. no Fayetteville Dlitrlct Gradual* N'uraei Thc Fayetteville District Graduate Nurses will hold a barbecue chicken picnic at the Agri Park. University Farm, July 7, at 6 p. m. Reservations are to be called in to Mi«s Milada Ptak. telephone 49-W, or Miss Frances ; tVitow is ci£Mins OUT HIS Diamond 150.00 II WMkly I Diamond Engagamen Ring 175.00 II Wteklr " . . . 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