Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 30, 1952 · Page 2
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 30, 1952
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«V' HOllMWgl AtKANtAi TIMtt, F.yrm.H.. AriwM, Mwiday, Jon* JO, Iff! MIMUIIIMHMIIIIIIIMIUI ........... HIMMIIIIIIHIIIHIIIIIMIIlHi ociety m MRS. KATHIMN DOZIU HHIIIHMIIIINIIIIIIIHIIIIIIllllllllllllllliiiiiiillillllililiilllllllllllllllllllllllllltllll · Daily Calendar of Iivcnrs Shower Honors Miss Litle, Bride-Elect Tonight . . . Hi SI Cluu, Kosniif Fllliinslon, 7:31) "\Vashington Lodge One, Mn.sonlc H u l l , 7:,'{0 Tuesday . . . Boyi Club Hoard of Directors, Fcrtrusr.nX 7:?,n ,-i. , n . Women's Civic Club jJorird, Clubrooni, ;::jo ;i. m. l.lons Club, Fcrpur.on's, ]" Kiwanin Ciuh, W a s h i n g t o n Hotel, 12 Sub Deb Club, Sin; Cnte, 7 N a v a l Reserve Compo.'ile Unit, K;isi-n H u i k l i n ^ . 7 Washington County Medical Society, Wrishinulun Hotel, 7 306lh Military Government Group, 111!'; West Center, 7::i() Sportsmen's Club, Clubhouro, 7:30 Demcler Garden Club, Mrs. O. 'I'. Stalluin, "13(1 O.E.S., Masonic Hall, 7:110 KncnylH Duo, Art Center JTonccrt Hall, n Coffee Hour Held For VA Patients Mjj.s Luella Mae Lille, bride, elect, was honored with a misccl- j l i . n e o u s shower Friday night at IKH HHs.'^-' 51 ^ 1 ^TM- c - »«'; i i i i c Spurlock and Miss Dorothy j K: te:, ar. co-hostesses. Miss Thomas 1 1 c;;d ,ind dedicated a poem to the Salon 30 of the 8 and 40, in'sfall- cd new officers for the year. Thursday evening in the Legion Hut. The/ are: Chapeau, Mrs. Belle Swcelser; first demi, Mrs. Lena Cannon, Springdale; second dcmi, Mrs. 1'aumoniure, Delta Gamma Rushees Guests At Luncheon i^\:^v : v^ '-'iv v -I^-^^^AA : - '-"· felv^TOJ L'arcnivislo, Mrs. Hazel Phillips- I'eoneicregc, Mrs. Terry Lee Eivcns; i'surintcndente. Mrs. Na, U I U l -. i 0 " 1 ' Atha; 1'secretaire, Mrs. Goldic j Miss t.llle was assisted in open- i Smilh I ing of the jjift:, by her sister. Mist I Mrs - Irene Le Marr, past de- j C i e r a i r i i n c Lille of Fort Smith. partmenlale chapeau, was the in- The color scheme nf pink and stalling officer. Delegates elected ·.···Lite was carried out in flower '" the Departmental Marche to dci-oriitions. A p i n k and white · D0 lle| d in Little Rock are: cal-.e, Miapp.-i as a summer h a t , ! Mrs. Lettie Carney, Mn. Le v.'.v. tunped with a m i n i a t u r e | M a r r , Mrs. Cannon, Mrs. Sweetser h n d o and uridegrnoni. This v/as i ami Mrs. Carrie Lee Bivcns. .'·'·i "fri with punch for refresh- i m e i . t s . The regular f i f t h .Sunday toffee hour waj conducted yesterday afternoon afc the Vclerrtii's lios- pilll by the Jack Tldball A u x - iliary of the Veterans of Korean Wiirs of Fayellcville. Music WHS provided by Bud DENNIS THE MENACE l.cdbelter, I)on;il ( | Combs, C u r l e y H.irvoy, I.omiio K h i u e h , ( ' h . u l r a II. Davis, Miss Oiicvii Davis and Mrs. (.;. A. Tnppf«r. Coffee w.-s served in 11,1; | M _ t i ' - n t s end t h e i r Hue:,;* nv Mrs. NCJIYI Mm. W i i r d , M r .. : . !H.,-I|I-,|,J : I T. Davis, Mrs. Jewel F r i l l s , Mrs P a r n l a y Holland and Mrs. Eva A. I'ulnain. | District Assembly ; Opens On Mt.Sequoyah By Kerchom ! WHO /UMC?ST OUJGVT TW FISH... ; Seiiuiiyah w i t h about 100 younfl l i«»ipli. a t t ' j n d i n g . The youth group I is l i o m t h e .senior and intermedi- i 1 at" divisions of the elnirrh. The i j IV.m nf the senior division is Tom ! ; W h i ' t i - n , Dean of the i n t e r m e d i a t e : , d i v i s i o n is H. O. Pally. Arnold I Simpson Is riirertor of Vouth Work I for t h e District. ! Theme for the Assembly is "Our Part in God's Plan." District officers an 1 Noble Chaplain president of Wesley Methodist Church in Sprincdale; vice president, M u r i e l Carter nf Wiggins Mem o r i a l in I'ayptteville; secretary,, N a n c y D i n i i h u m nf B e n t n n v l l l e ; ' treasurer. .Icrrv Wright of Eureka I Springs: and publicity, Katie Day ' of WiR^iur. Memorial in Fayettc-' ville. / A group of young people and UUCP a d u l t s from Harrison have been invited to join the Faycttc- ville District in the Assembly W i t h these there will be 12 other laymen and ministers on the fac- u l i v . Meetings Announced For County H. D. Clubs Washington Countv Home Demo n s t r a t i o n Clubs will meet this week as follows: Tuesday, R . E A . Day, F a i r p. m.r R i c h l a n d , Mrs. Ray Bishop noon. Ml. Comfort, Community House, noon. Walnut G r ove, Friendly Neighbors, D u r h a m Community Church, 2 p. m.- Friday, Rural Builders, picnic at Leonard Greenshaw's, 8:30 p. m The Courts Municipal Court sa mo · ";"·''""· -4 x .v\. .·? ··.*? wi» ·· ; · ''sl\- 'CV Bill Harp, 26, of near Sprit,TM dale-, was fined $78 and costs---i total of $100--on a charge ,,! drunken driving. He was arrested by the sheriff's iorce. Another driver arrested by sheriff's i epu I tics, R. E. Snowder, 36, of Wichi'a i Kan., was fined $30 and eost s _l a ' t o t a l of $50.50--and sentenced to one day in jail on the charge. Nolen Mitchell, 31, of Fayetu. villc, was fined $40 and sentenced i to one day in jail on « drunken , driving charge. He was arrested i Friday night by city police following an accident. Kentucky mines produce 15 per cent of the coal mined in t» United States. "front row) Susannah HnT' , Iunc '. con held Frida - »' Ferguson's are shown from left to right: Barbara Wester - n r l \hiHe ' i t f T"' Ka ' VP Thom P E °"-. J«n Ann Stewart, Lois .lean Smith, Roberts Patsv ThoL.nn n TM ?* ""^ r ° W) K a t h y Grey ' S y l v i a Fitzgerald, Doris Gates, Monte noperis, iatsy Thompson, Donna Sweat and Sybil Wong. (Puska TIMESFOTO). | Tennessee has 121/4 billion tons i of coal reserves. Births of Springdale announce the b i r t h ' o f a son, June 30 at the County o, a son, June 29, at the County Hospital. ilospita. When salt water is frozen, there is no salt in the ice. Mr. and Mrs. Fount E. Heed Mr and Mr,. Clifford G. Mott Mr. and Mr,. Franri, Collina i'\, , ,, r I n Mr. and Mrs. Clifford G. Mott of .... ,,, , ,. ., . "°" lu ? i Mr. and Mrs. Fount E. Reed ot tiprlngdale announce the b i r t h o f ' - , , ' t r a n c l s Collins of ; Lincoln announce the birth of a son, JIUIB/JW. at,th e County Hos- ,' , ] a l ! E M'^ "t'!" 011 ,'!, 00 lit b j- r ' h ° f i 5 0 n ' J u n e 30 ' at the Colmt5 ' 1Ios pi*fli . · (idugnler, June 20, at the Countv ni " ' n i s p i t a l . " ' yio'o" St.Joseph Personals Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Tnvis | Mr. and Mrs. B. J. "'ravis Faycttcville announce the bi a daughter, June 23, at the Hospital. Lt. Bill Prince has visited here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Prince, while on a three-day leave from Fort Hood, Texas. Master Sgt. Paul Ross, US Army, son of .Tames Ross of instructors staff at the Third Army Food Service School at Fort Bcnnlng, Ga. I Mr .and .Mrs. Willis H. Ricketts birth or /I 1 '' a n d Mrs - W i l l i s »· Rieketts I 3 "for its 40-da'y County " " a y c l t o v 'lle announce the birth i meeting next winl Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Clark Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Clark of Farmington announce the b i r t h of la son, June 28, at the County lloa. pital. I Mr. and Mrs. Salem H. D. Club I las Family Night The .fialem Home Demonstration Club held Family Night at the C l u b House. A quilt was w,m by Helen Lewis and those taking part In the program were: Mrs. Lyn Lupcr, Miss Dunna Wise. Ellen Harte. Kennclh and Hubert Hughes, Lynda Lupcr, M a r t h a M a r t i n , Lonnie Gibson, Mrs. Jack .lennings, Miss Pat Hales und Helen Lewis. Col. Thomas A. Le* and Mrs Lee are guests at the O. R. Fisher home cast of the oily. They arrived Saturday from Berkeley, Calif., where Colonel Lee is with lire fiOTC Air Force at the University »i California. Miss Prlscilla Conrad, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Conrad; returned yesterday w i t h her grandparents, Mr. -···' 'V- E. L. Owens Ti, L Sr n mon 'h'£ visit with r , LOS Angeles, Calif., Mrs. C. O. Stephens and son Larry Roger, of Los Angeles Calif., plan to return home .this weekend after two weeks here with her father F. M. Blaekwell who is ill at his home, 537 South Hill Street. of i'ayettevillu announce the birth of a daughter, June 79, at tht County Hospital. l M r -""d Mr§. Robert lliye* Hill 1 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hiyei Hill -- Hialeah race track has been assigned January 16 through March horse racing ter. LeMON CLARK, M.D. ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE IN THE DOCTORS' BUILDING 241 W. SPRING STREET FAYETTEVILLE GYNECOLOCY By Appointment SURGERY OBSTETRICf .... Office 30M Phonti: Rcs 487 M-O-N-Y now offcn pvnonol ACCIDENT ond SICKNESS INSURANCE ::. let m« glv* you th* dttdilt; "SEE GEORGE" McKinney Agency Over Mcllror Buk, Phou* 326 MUTUAL 0 F NEW YOKK IW M»I ub hwmit Ci. if »tw ttrt Raymond R. Edwards, representing the University, has been attending « scientific conference under the auspices of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, at New Hampton School for Boys, New Hampton, rv. H. Announcements ; and All | Other Times WARD'S Ice Cream Is for EVERYBODY Doctors, farmers, grocers, kids . . . EVERYONE Sores our ice cream. Here's real o I d fashioned summer goodness, made in new exotic ice cream flavors. What's more, this keep- cool treat is GOOD FOR YOU! Order some right now ... and WOW 'em at dinner time. Dnieter Garden Club The Demetcr Garden Club will meet tomorrow night at 7:30 I o'clock, with Mrs. O. T. Stallcup i Virginia Street. | Keta Tin Alpha Alumnae The Zeta Tau Alpha A l u m n a e meeting scheduled for this week has been postponed u n t i l July 8 ! and will be held at 2:,10 p. m'. in j the home of Mrs. Lyle Bryan : Knerr Heights. Country Club Dante ! An i n f o r m a l dunce will be held | at the Country Club for members j and their out-of-town guests I Thursday evening from 9 to 12 , o'clock. Reservations w i l l not be i iiwuKsary. An nrr'icstra has been ' engaged for the dance. Japun has three volcanic ranges of mountains. WARD'S ICE CREAM CO. riCtUMD (or tht flnt tlm« ilnc« lh* dliputa over election! began In South Korea, Prtildtnt 8Tif- man Rhea la ahown tpealilng at ceremonlti hononni th« 452nd Llfht Bomb wlni In Korea. Rhn won an Indefinite txtentlon ot hli term by a aiirprlM victory over hli rom In UM Republic o( Korea this new 1952 SERVEL TO YOUR OWN KITCHEN! 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