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June 28, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Daily Calendar of Events NOtTHWIIT AKAMSAt TIMIS, hyrtto**.. Engaged To Wed Monday . . . HI Si Club, Rosalie Fullington, 7:30 Waship.fton Lodge One, Masonic Hall, 7:3 1* THIS 'N' THAT 7 ABOUT TOWN KATHLEEN DOZIEH There will be less wear and tear on the family bus or the office coupe now that the newly blacktopped road to the Country Club is open and in use. Not only is the drive up there a pleasant one, but the parking area too is black-topped which is another attractive feature. Thursday evening about 20 of the men took garden tools instead of golf clubs when \ rhey drove to the club, and spent a few hours working on the grounds and about the clubhouse. They were joined by their wives in time for a picnic supper on the terrace. The Bob Zanders tell us that the regular family night picnic on Thursday night will be held this coming week on Friday night, the Fourth of July. Frances Fleming returned this week by plane from Sun Valley and all the super entertainment that is offered at such a resort. She is a state and local president of the Tri Delta Alliance, and was one of eight Arkansas women there. This does not complete her summer activities, however, for she returned to prepare her family for a trip to the East. Joe and Frances, with children, Pat, Susie and Sara, will ex- from four months In th» New England stalen, the Dakota* .-Hid ; Minnesota. His daughter. M r s . Robert dime, Jr., with her t w o daughters, returned wi:h hpn ' f r o m Oak River, Minn., ( . 1 j f.vo weeks' visit. ! Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wardlh-.v . , and snns returned last n i g h t from : I a two weeks tour of Texas. New j :. Mexico. and Arizona. In S t a f f o r d . ) Ari7... ihpy visited w i l h Mr. i Wardlav.-'s mother, and w i l h h i s ' ! uncle and a u n t in Pima. Ariz. ! Miss Spencer Ann Bri.wn, who I has been the guest t h i s week of Mr. and Mrs. .lack High! at their home west of town, is to he jnin- this weekend by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Brown of Lee's Summit, and r e t u r n home with them. Mr. and Mrs. R \v n a i n l e returned Wednesday night from a i week's trip tn Washington, D. C. i Returning they visited his brother, . Leonard Raible at Fort Reivoir, I Va. They were accompanied nn ' | the trip by Mr. Raibie's p a r e n t s , ! I Mr. and Mrs. ,1. J. liaible of Kort ' Smith. ! Group Leaves For Wisconsin Camps ! Charles It. Davis of Fayetteville. I j d e p a r l m e n t chaplain o f ' l h c V c l - j elans of Foreign Wars, and Kvcrett i Donaldson of Springdale, commander-elect of District One. W a v i n g B ood-l,y? to t h e i r parents before leaving; 0 1 t h e t r - i i n for rvi-ifieM iv /. , .. V.F.W.. are in L i t t l e nock for Ihe r i g h t . Van Brewer. Chain, Sc.gcl. Vmeen. |,e,h Car' Coin..r Mm Titon- n ',, ' a " t ' nm lpft '" Department Encampment. They «»bl).v W h i l f i e l d . and scatM ,,,, ,| u , |,, Ki .,,,, "' .,,,,,;.';",,,'V: '.J.TM J n J" ,,', "l","^^'j C0 ' n ^ nn8tl - Ohio ' are expected to return Sunday. ,,, ,,,,,,,, : Mr. and Mrs. Charles Soule and ' daughters K i t t y and Carol, Mrs. ; Lawrence Mayes and sons, Phillip j and Michael, and Mrs. George S. Rogers, Sr., drove lo Fort Smith (Ptiika TIMESFOTO) s a graduate of St. Scholastic* Academy in Fort Smith, and Bolt is a graduate of Subiacr, Academy at Subiacn. He is now attend- ! ing Pre-Med School at the University. The wedding will be an event' of August 30, at St. Joseph's Catholic Church. (Bob's Photo) · Music All Right "Unnecessary" Barracks Ingrid BergnuR Plans With Birds, But Not To Be Built :To Visit Board Says No shinirlon - i/l*) .'Watchdog Commitfv* A Hoiuw I,os Anfele.1 . TM "' °of i na o graduated yesterday j without accompaniment. A local , change homes for three weeks with Arthur and | RflSt MfltfORS' Clllfa Martha Durfee and their three children. Arthur will i be here with the University during that time, and the ! HflS PJCIliC Flemings will occupy their home at Hyattsville, Md. Willard and Glad Hitchings left Thursday morn- ; First Christian Has Election Of Officers The Past Matron's Club enter- A congregational picnic was held · tained 27 members and cucrts hy members . of Iho First Chris. , .. . , , _ - . _ , w-llh a P^mc Thursday evening tian Church on the lawn of the ing to make t h e i r home in Providence, R. I., where he at t h e nomc ° f Mr. »nd Mrs. Tom home of Mr?, j. c. Futraii, Thurs- w i l l be assistant manager of the Veteran's Hospital. Eads ' i from Ihe Army Command and | General Staff C o l l e g e at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. Col. Dickson | attended the University before ·entering the Army in June, 1941. j His next assignment will be v.'ith the European Command, Brcmer- havcn, Germany. . fi TM. has been piping recorded l.'»'racks. "unnecessary" ! · Actreu In- late In July or w- to «pend nix we*« music into the bird house for the : I with her daughter, Jenny Ann, 13. i . . , . , I · - . . . , . . . . . . . » . J i l , y l ; u l l l l M I I II'L 1 * past month on a t r i a l basis. The under Representative l l a r d v III- i Bergman's Ue,^ow'TlniThe t'rlaTneHoT!" V "' '' c "" rtcd »e projects were un. Bautwr, u ' l h " f i r m w « n l , $ j i ^ 1 h Mms " r - v n f l c r » " u * '" 103 ·"««, W, . . . . . * . *** "II" I I I I m f ini- n i t - I-,i,,A. ati/4 r-A n I n a r sn . ,. * o l l n w m ! t h c dny Thomas L. Sellers, postmaster! at the Coco Solo Naval Base,! to give the feathered warbler.;. their background tunes. Rut the park board decided it couldn't afford it. The birds w i l l have to sine i what comes n a t u r a l l v . jor air bases. Mr?. Pearl Following the jiichie, !hc group Panama Canal Zone, was a vis- Willard, it seems, is looking forward to t u n i t y Of s a i l i n g , f i s h i n g , Ond residing again in his busin:is s mectinc. Mrs. Lorraine · meeting and election of new offi- today. · -- · · · · · Patterson w a s elected a s secrc- errs. Also reports were given h y j t h e past several months, h e visited j r « r _ . , Opppr- Spyres, president, presided at a adjourned to the church for home town. The cool weather that he anticipated, however, will have to come later. Providence reported 101 degrees Thursday. Marjorie and Ward Rosen were guests of honor at a garden party Thursday evening given by his parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. R. Rosen and the Bill Enfields of Bentonville at the Rosen home on Forest. They left itor in Fayetttville yesterday and A TIMF.S subscriber for tary-treasurer. Mrs. Minnie Lone the committees on the year's work. was appointed "Sunshine" chair-1 man. Miss LuellaMne-Little. who will i l n ' t l a t i 0 n H e l d be married soon, received a g i f t : For GlGfldci of silver from the club, and gifts i for perfect attendance during the past year u-cre received by Mrs. The Order of Rainbow for Girls held forma] i n i t h t i o n for Glerd here for the first time to look over the area. He is considering moving to this section to go into business and make his home. Letting People Know _Washingtnn-(/!VSecretary of Ihe [Air Force Finletter is willing t o ; An Expenditures Subcommittee | " b Jfrl of a custody *«pute. Mln attorney, Gregnon said yeiterday th«t the elephoned him from Kome and related her plans. Rautzer said Miss Bergman did not «ay whether her husband, Roberta Rossellini, Italian director, and their Ihrie children would accompany her. ' Miss Bergman unsurretafully at* lemptrrl to obtain court permission this week for Jenny to vliit her in Rome. Under » Number, But It Saves Woman's Life i R"ltsv .Mrs. Nan Gingclrs ·ed her life lociav. Md.-MVA call on ' telephone a K r «TMcnt reached with h«T former hushand. Dr. Peter Linditfom, Mrs. Dwight Isely, stale president of the Arkansas Division of the American Association of Uni. or e r a Geneva Cherry and Mrs. Spyres. ' Flowers T'lesday n i g h t in the Mi- · v p r s l t y Wom cn, has just returned ' ' ' I . , , . , . _ . ' · - Mrs - Minnie Long marie the pres- 1 sonic Hall Pre'cpdin" the ini'tii last night tO return tO their home in Beaumont, Texas, rotation. It was voted to eancePtion cercmonv, the regulpr biis'i- A horsebock ride end breakfast are scheduled for members of the Northwest Arkansas Riding Club and their guests tomorrow morning. The party will meet at the Show Grounds at 6 o'clock for the ride and will return for breakfast at Heflin's Cafe on Highway 71, south. Karle Smith says those who do not I-) on the ride are especially invited to join the riders for the breakfast at 9:30 o'clock and that no reservations are necessary. Betty King Stacker, who is the wife of Commander G. F. Stacker of Camp Pendleton, Calif., is, here with his family, the G. P. Stackers, for a few days from Washington, D. C.. where she attended the National Biennial Slates' President's Confer- '" illti "' y ; Sh1 was Srconds before the phone rang. esldcMIss Cah-' gasoline " ,. A - c to let the American people i r r i n e lieall, 56 outside a gasoine know what is going on. Finletlo.r , station which Mrs Gingefl ope" n«LTM'u f ! h ',.^y PTMVl! 1nn1 wil- mTM "»r,. on the Baltimore- Wash- nesses who testified behind clonvl doors of the Senate tions Committee Appropria- the m u l t i - meetings for the months of July \ ness meeting was held and August, with the next meet-, Camelin Morrow, treasurer g a v o i . t . ,,, mg to bu heldjn_ September. | a report and Lois Mitchell, worthy .- - '" wer * P rcsent |advisor, reported on Grand Assembly. Other activities for Ihe p'lfnncT' 0 ' 1 WCrC di!CU3SCd ""'I*-' ·* A A U M . presided/Mi,, ' Guests induricd several *··.·--.. lfet * remained for two days after ni re L L. L. Class Meets With Mrs. Garden The L. L. L. Class of the First ! stars n n t Masons. Refreshments Baptist Church met Thursday eve- Iwere served to the croup in the ring with Mrs. Lowell Garde'nhirc. : loun £c following initiation. lone*. Slate presidents from all of Dr. Susam B. Riley of the George Peabody College for Teachers, i Nashville, Tenn., national 1 ; dent presi- Eislcrn the conference, to attend scssi of Congress. Co-hostcsscs v ere Mrs. Rert Yoes,; Mrs. Charles Bird and Mrs. John Shaffer. Mrs. A. ng the b William Kcalon Swimming Classes To . J. Head presided d u r - · Be Held At C i t v Pool usiness mooting and Mrs. I ; i Announcements l.odie One . . Washington Lodge One - ,. P nvc t n c dcvo-l Monday is registration dav f o r ' m e e t Monday evening at - ; Erbafrass^lorem'" 11 " 1 ' 1 " 05 ^!, 110 Rcd . Cros ? s w i m m i n « ^^.,' n ' cl °* j " »« Masonic Hall, for visit before r e t u r n i n g home. Betty has been in J o p l i n dueled ny'iwrs. mc " - was con " ~ nd ro t |stratlnn begins at C i i y ' w o r k m the E.A. and Master's dc- Arrangemerts of summer flow- which arc free except for .Last year approximately 75 rcgis tercd for the program. n I "CfSOfialS with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. King, who are ,,, observing t h e i r 50th wedding anniversary She w i l l ? rs . worn USKi f °r decoration and cent charee for t h e ' u i. i_ J.L- i i · L i £ -T- i iced watermelon wns served t o t p o o l pet under wav it return home this week, leaving by plane from Tulsa. 20 members and one guest, Miss Mildred Shaffer. Hazel Hight is spending the summer at White r . , 77"^ Sulphur Springs, W. Va., with daughter, Garland i vvT's H F n ^ · Proffitt, and two of Garland's friends. Garland s a y s c a p t joe McFeTra^ni'? that the two months at camp were planned just for!college of C 'A«rfc\j7turc Jm fa7u!ty her mother. . . . Frank Gordon came up from Little i mcmbcr . nas r «eived a fellowship ' Rock last weekend and returned, taking with him 1 ',TM" 1 ,,',^ Gc " c TM' Ed "TM t ! on Do ? rrt i j i i A i i i i , ' lor study a t Cornell University Jean and daughter, Ann, who have been here with!The award is for a period or not Jean's parents, Ruby and Herbert Thomas. The Gor-j more t!lan ] 2 months, beginning dons will make their home in Little Rock Virginia j" 1 Scptembcr Melton left Monday night for New York and sailed sisS^ST'tr^ from there yesterday afternoon on the New Amster- Uity's department of hoi-tin dam for Southhampton, England, where she will Join'^'J,"'"' wnrk in tnal . f '' her husband, Lt. C. B. Melton. She was complimented ^aoiiitVin^MT^nd'^y'bc with a party last Saturday, given by former Univer- 'miiitar; sity friends, Marjorie Hammond and Mary Martha j Al ' KUS Diggs at Col. Jack Diggs' home. . . . Polly Diggs and son, David, were met Thursday at Southhampton by; t u Lt. William D. Diggs who is stationed there with the I the Air Force. I 10-; .ise of t h e ' in =. m., million-dollar defense money bill Senator Saltonstall iR-Massi, said Ihe testimony would become public later and asked if Pentagon officials might not be revealing military weaknesses to possible enemies. "In my opinion, although there may be some slight modicum security involved, it is worth r u n - ning t h a t risk in order to get Ihe story before the people," Fink'lter said. legionnaires Planning 'Serious" Convention New York - /T) - This year's American Legion convention w i l l Nave its emphasis on seriousness, with such gadgets as water pistols ind electric canes on t h e nut-of- :trder list Americ:::', I^Rion o f f i - 1 cials announced these plans f o r ! the August 25-2R convention yesterday. They said -seriousness WHS in order because of international tension and the national elections. . ,, Officials said there will bo the way of Birmingham. Ala., to see I usual big parade August 20 on | another daughter Mrs. Haroln Fifth Avenue with IflO,000 m;yrch- Crown and family. Mr. and Mrs. "s a »d 800 handss. The runvcn- Crown and children accompanied l i o n w i l l be the Legion's first here them on to Fayetteville. · since 1947. 7:30 Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Swaney. Route 3. have returned from 'a iue«nay. visit with their son-in-law a n u Classes w i l l be held for begin- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. nors, intermediates nnd swimmers. Bumgarner and family in Tay- she is nllnwcri to vl»il tht child six weeks a year. -.,,.,,,,. , Th ' n ° man « "'^ · *«'*· '»» inglon lloulcvard. Mr.;. Olngell j l a m j " xcmmus on the Janlrulum stepped Inside to answer t h e , v n i r n *'·« closed only four titna phone. A t r u c k on which a t i p had hurst struck and killed M i n i Ficall. The call Mrs. Glng-ll an Kwered w«» a wrong number. 1 1 before the Christian era. An outitandlnf flay or--Jun(c'i ; Roman Meal Bread. 11-II-tt lorsville, N. C., returning by the I Births :and md Miss Louise Day left today! ~~ ;?. r .. H , ot ., Spr i."'? s '.i vh TM thc ' * . ' i | M r . and Mm. Albert Brown Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brown re- · Fayetteville announce the birth i daughter on June 28 Hospital, for Serious Shortage Of 'Power Result Of Raids _.... ............ ,,, ,, lul ,,,.,,, rtl U M I , m ,, K m . daughter on Jim. 9« =. r-i ! P° l '''-r "id today M u k d e n . Dajren ne^Hv · KiTr j h " L n i ersily , , Hospital J i"" 1 Pn » Arthur-site nf a Ho', iet aoiilH m I.l4fi, and has been on l.yle C'loud l e f t Weclnosflay for n a v a l haso-must have f e l t a sr-r- »,s^-- -. sra^^^r^ and 1 '--- --·---,,, o, ^^.rL-r^'?i Mr. and Mrs. Ed K i r h v of V-,,- K.ined t?cre"'Thur',dai'' hv" h'" S P r m « d a l c «nnounce Ihe birth of K n ' r n " WTM^" f"",;· . urn, Calif., are guests t h i s week- parents Mr and Mrs Arch Cloud * ^"Khler June 2R at City Hos- ,i,^V"ined", n'-.,nr d "' VC 'i" T", "L h A, 't r °' M "- E ' V '' . . . ' . -- V ' . ^ ( Mhe forem-ost lut'i'ona, 1 ,:, a;,! DENNIS THC MENACI '1JJCN LOOSE.RUFF.' OftiS MMTMQ n . S t e l 7 . n e r h n s r e l u r n M : Rush Party Given Af Ferguson's By Delta Gamma iFayefleville Group Observe Golden Wedding Anniversary; , Attends Workshop j t h o r i t y on M a n c h u r i n n power, e^Not white, not wheat, not ryt,! t i m a t c d the A l l i e d bombings off blend of all three-- Ihe Valu Run power plant!, eal Mreaa. knocked out if, per cent of M a n - i Among those from this a r c a j who attended the f i f t h annual j health education workshop which! ,,| os( ,.. , 0(hly a l Pclit Jpan s , a l t ,i pill . k m nr . (·. T . Hendricks i nead of , hc pnysiral education A Delta Gamma rush party wa» given yesterday, a luncheon lerved .1 Ferguson's. Mrs. H. R. Cowin, alumna* social chairman, i department ot the University Dr V;M In charue of arrangements. ; c f . ,, nn n n d M| Wi Tlati were used for the lunch- , . . I eon motif. Kach of the Rirls made ' A n n C nrr " lh a s s l s l a n t professors! fin* from an assortment of i,.a-;"nd Dr. .'11111 Mrs. R. fi, Tickard i terlal nnd trinl:ets. These were . of Kayetteville. tnodeled by the. designers. At the Thc lw() . W eek workshop hrid (if the. table was a larnc *trtw hat, the brim of which was filM with dalclei, which were sponsored j o i n i l y Board of Health hy the and the was tlate (late aid u»«d In bowls spaced the ] Department of Education. Dr. and [ length At the table. Rinhm* included Smtth, Sue Cooper, I.oi. 1 .lean Jem Ann St«w«rt, Shirley Umfress, Sylvl« riOfcnld, Donna Sweet, Sybil W«Bfi Dorli G«tei, Mont* Robert!, KMty Gray, Rmlta Varel*, Bar- biiM Wdtar, Mar.v Su» W.idt, muMMh H*n4y, B*rh«ra Bennett, Ka.r« Tnomppon «nd Patny Trtrmirwnn Mrs. R. G. Pickarn were amon«| IS dentist! and their wives especially Invited. It was the first! year that professional men and women have taken part In the wnrkuhop. Different groups attended different »es«lon«. Th« froup took up tht problem f t operating a lucreiiful achno! health program, among other ll-lt-tf churia's indu-.'ri.-fi pi.we and and v Wedne'd ° ^'"''^ ^ ^"^ ' h f i r TM l h W0drtln " " n ^ y \\ednesday, however a dinner in their honor was tiven earlier ""^' ' " ' " lh! ° fc;sinn w r r . and Mrs. - ifl Black of Conway, with their Tour n-»u*nlM«: a grandson, Rernle W h l l f i e l d of l.nnoke; their sons and families, Mr. and Mrs. W. r. Whitfleld. Jr. and children and Vr mnA Mrs. Mnrrh.lll W h l l f l o M and son, VrTr and Pholnl Glassware Fine China Gifts Housewares Catering to the Bride and Housewife LEWIS BROS. CO. V.TM cm be not just pretty... bat prttty fl you buy lhc regular 11.25 tl« of fabulir SophiMi-creme,.. get, at M eitn coal, a painiMaa bottle of nnr PmeiraUa^ OuMrr! UM thi* UM|T

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