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July 1, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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..AANSAS TMMS. FaytiMvilU, ArlMMM, Tut '51 MIS. KATHIEIN DOUR njmiiiiniiiNiiinHtiHiiiiiiiniiHHiiiiiiiiimiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiintiiiiiHiiiiiii Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Eub Del) Club, Sus Calc, 7 Naval Reserve Composite Unit. Eason Hnil'line, 7 Washington County Medical Society, Wn.shinctnn Hold, 7 SOeth Military Government Group. 1124 We»t Center, 7:30 Sportsmen's Club, Clubhouse, 7:30 Uemeler Garden Club, Mrs. 0. T. Stallrup, 7:30 O.E.S., Masonic Hall, 7:30 Knowles Duo, Art Center Concert H a l l , 8 Engagement Told Wednesday Exchange Club, Ffrnuson's, I t N»v»l Hcjcrve Elwlronic Company 8-8 Drill. Eajon Building, 7 'D«lti Sigma, Hugh Klncnld, 7:30 Kapp« Alpha Phi, 4S East Rock Street. 7:30 0841 Volunteer Air Forrc Reserve Training Squadron, 7:30 Army Reserve, 11214 tt'««t Center, 7:30 Ellis Home Is Scene Of Dessert Party Dejn ind Mrs. Upper! S. Ellis enterUlned with i de««ert party on lh« liwn of their home Sunday evening, for staff members of th» Southern Regional Program for Extension Workers and their wives. Ou«U wert Dr. J. L. Matthews cf the Federal Extension S«rvlce. irid Mr«. Matthews, Dr. Bushrod W. Allln of the U.S. Department ef Agriculture, Mrs. Allln and daughter, MUs Thelma Jean A l l l n , · II of W«shlngton, D. C.; Dr. Robirt C. Clirk. Jr., of the rural wclology department of the Unl- Vfriity of Wisconsin at Madison, and Mrs. Clark; Dr. Raymond Payne of the department of sociology, University or Oklahoma at Norman, and Mrs. Payne; Dr. F. E. Rogers of the ·tate extension department of the University of Missouri. Columbia, and Mrs. Rogers; Dr. C. 11. Cross, College of Education at the University, and Mn. Cross; Dean of Graduate School and Mrs. V. W. Adklsson; Dean of tht College of Education and Mrs. Henry Kronenberg; Assistant Man of Agriculture and Mrs. O T. Hudifln. Mrs. Claterbaugh Entertains H. D. Club The University Heights Home Demonstration Club met with Mrs. 0. L. Claterbaugh Friday. The meeting was opened with '» song by the prMldcnt. Mrs. I. L. John- ion. This was followed by a game, "Women of the Bible," introduced by Mrs. R. M. AnderjOfl. Mrs. A, O. Johnson gav* : '»he devotional taken from.'Qie Book of Hebrews, and Mrs. W7B. Johnson read the potm of the month. The minutes were read by Mrs. Claterbaugh In the absence of the lecretary, after which the president read suggestions on Fair exhibits and members discussed their possibilities. Mrs. A. 0. Johnson lave a report on a demonstntinn of rug making, which ih* attended. It was agreed to have a bake file In the fall, and the meeting w«s concluded with refreshments terved by the hmtess. Tea Given In Honor Of Mrs. Bain Sprlngdale-iSpeciali-A tea and reception wan held for Mrs. Calvin Main, J u n e hrlrtc nf Dr. Calvin Cain, Friday from 2:30 to 5 o'clock in the afternoon, at the home of Mrs. J. C. Parks, Hostesses with Mrs. Parks were Mrs. Donald Park*. Mrs. .Toe Parks. Mrs. Bill Harp, anil Mrs. Willard Brookn. The tea table was centered w i t h white daisies and while candles In silver holders. Mrs. .r. S. Harlan served at the punch bowl from 2:30 to 4 o'clock and Mrs. A r t h u r McCormick presided rrnm 4 u n t i l fi. About VII fjuosts called d u r i n g ) the afternoon. ! in the Sharp A p a r t m e n t s . Friendly Circle Club Plans Birthday Dinner Stabler will leave tomorrow *t noon to spend the Fourth of July holidays in Newport. They will be fucstl of Mrs. Shofner'i parent!, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Cilllam. CHICAGO SET FOR DELEGATES' DOGS ' . A * U.1*. . . l^u^ bd i^.iu^fc:^ UEA ~ _ -- ..^^fc. . Mrs. T. C. Carlson and Mrs. M. , C. Klk huve returned from Bar- j tlesville, Okla., whore thry spent, the past week. i The Hev. Jack Winegeart returned Saturday fiom a week in Shreveport, La., with hi.i parents ! Mr. and Mr«. II. R. Wintgiart. ' Mr. and Mrs. George S. Roger*, Jr., entertained with a picnic supper Sunday evening at their home 311 South College Avenue, honoring Mrs. Lawrence Mayes and son. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Eoff have as their guests, their nephew anrt niece. Mr. and Mrs. Darl Wingate and their three sons, Billy, Darryl, and Dale, all of Chicago. Choice Of Summer Brides Bobert B. Watson of Rcgirn, Saskatchewan, Canada, who is employed by the Petty Geophyhi- cal, Engineering Company of San Antonio, Texas, left Sunday by plane for San Antonio after visiting for « week here w i t h his par- enst Mr. and Mrs. .1. R. Watson. After a month in the of/ices at j ,IH ITS PREPARATIONS for tlie thousands of delegates ind politician* San Antonio, he will be sent to : who will swarm in for the national conventions in July, Chicago isn't! Glendlve, Mont. even overlooking the fact that some of them will bring pet dogs with' 'them. One hotel has set up a 'Tup Room" adjoining a dining room or .similar name for humans. Coffee boy Jesse Pitchford is giving a couplej of canine customers a preview.. I International^ Births at the County Hospital. | Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson ! Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson of ,, Fayetteville announce the birlh of i ** r - anl1 Mrs - Cl«enre W. Lower Mr. ,-nd Mrs. James Sherman Trrcre of Fayetteville, announce the ingaBomcnt and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Betty ,Io Treflcp (above) to Gene B. Rasden, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. B. J. Bnsdrn of Linrnln. Roth are t:raduntr; of the University. Miss Treed.' is n graduate of the College of Education, with a major in j.hysiL'al education and Rasdcn Is a g r a d u a t e of the CoMf^e of Agriculture. The wedding will be conducted ;it .1 o'clock in the afternoon, J u l y 27, at t h e Central Methodist Church. The Hev. U. L. Dykes, Jr., I · i i f i i - i u l c . (Photo by Boh). a daughter, June 30, at th« City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Cbronre V. Lower of Faycltcvillc a n n o u n c e the birth of a son, June 30, at the Mr. and Mn. .lackion M. HayriM County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. .Tackpon Morgan ' "' Haynes of Fayetlevillc Mr. and Mrs. J a m i e .Tones. Jr. the birth of a d a u g h t e r , .lime "?. "I:-. n:i.-| :.;.-.-. .I..;M:C .loner. Jr.. or Fayettevillc announce the birth of a daughter July 1, at t h e : County Hospital. '.«r. and Mrs. Charles L. Day Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Day of Springdale announce the b i r t h of a daughter, July 1, at the County Hospital. I f a r k f l l . Okln.: Mr. and Mrp. Tommy Comb:; and son, Dcwey, of Elm .Springs; Mr. mi'l M i s . Chester Rnll of Favctti'ville: Mr. iinil Mrs. CI.-iuil Mct.'hri'itiaii :uui r h i l i i r e n ; Mr. Mrs. .Inhn Spurlork: P a t t y Refrcgier To Speak On Art And Architecture Anton RefrcKier, at the U n i v e r s i t y . 'ing artist give l.vnd.i l l a r r i i i i a n of J a p t m i ; I public address on art and archi- ! Mrs. V i i l i i M i t i - h d l and son, FJnn- ! li'clure :it I! p. in., tomorrow in the Nine members attended t h r i n h ! Waytr; Mr. and Mrs. H a r v e y Arts Center Concert Hall. His meeting of Ihe Friendly Circle Lewis and son, Aflon Dean, and I t n l k will be illuslrated by a f i l m Club, held Monday evening at the j ri.-iur.htrr. J"\re Lee; Mr. and Mrs. i rnnccrnlng execution of murals M l l . - i m - K i i l i l i i i anil smi, Dt-an A l l e n , the Hincon H i l l s United States uf K l i n Siniii;,'?. Mrs. .lohn ("ilr-mi to n former rfsidrnt f i t Georgetown, east of F i l J - L ' t t L - V l l l C . lioin-,- of Mrs. Harvr-y W n r f o r d . Mrs. Warlord gave the devotion and roll call w,is answered w i t h n discussion on "Bargains." A birthday d i n n e r was planned for next Tuesday evening n t Rank's Coffee Shop, honoring Mrs. John _. C l a r k , Mrs. Hill S h a f f e r and M i s . : IjCIKC'- W i Clarence Rice. Following the d i n - , " Nl - " ' nor the pnrt.v w i l l go to Ihe home V r » \ \ of Mrs. Clark for ranasla. V ()\\ i During the social hour, games ' c .--J,- .,.!,, I,. I were played and Mrs. C l a r k re- . Opt 111 SKIiUC |ceived the mystery package. He.. * ° freshinents wcru served by t h e 1 'virin-d i l l 1 - (SneelaH ' -n .UU / A r \C hostess. Mr. Post O f f i c e in Kan Francisco. Mr. Refrofilcr won a government commission to p a i n t the murals in a n a t i o n a l competition. He also w i l l show a f i l m of his m u r a l work in the New York World's Fair buildings. An e x h i b i t i o n of his work, Inc l u f l i n t ; sketches of the post office mur.-ils, is (in d i s p l a y in the Arts Center gallery. Family Reunion Held With Mrs. John Glenn A f a m i l y reunion was held by Personals ys w:is (lit 1 maid o f ; 'itiime was a iifivy DENNIS THE MENACE | a n d ' M I T . ( u b e n wa'tc'rxon of \ve*\ Good-Neighbors Meet [Furl; jimi'nim'e t h e marriage of At Vav Cox Home I t h e i r tliiuyhUT, AVanda K u l h , 1o. ! j C ; i r l Knccr Poke, son of Mr. n m l i Thp Gond-NriRhbor Club met hMrs. \ V ; i l l p r Doke nlro uf W r s t ' with Mrs. Vay C'o.x Thursday for Knrk. Tho double rim; r o r c m o n y ' ·'« «'l day meeting. There were 13 WHS p r r f n n n r d Fridny in Ihc hnmr n j p r n h r r s present. Tho next meet- nf i h r n f f l r i n l i n i ! m i n i s t r r , the ing will bo w i t h Mrs. Belle Green. Mrs. John Glenn and f a m i l y Sun-- U r v . I. I I Hurpcss nf S j i r i n q d n l e . | ' * " flay lit the hnrne nf :\ d a u g h t r r . ! The 1 bridr worn ;i \ \ h i t c m n n i u i Mrs. I l a r f c Lt'wis. Honorpd nucst 1 ; .srtir onscinble w i l h a corsafic nf wcr* Mrs. Glenn's son n n t l f a m i l y . I .^vpctppas, rosrbuck nnd gladioli. Mr. and Mrs. I.oyd G l o n n a n d ' daURhtn?, Jank-c wncl H i t o Mac, 0£ Olli?i°|HS wore Mr anill 1 "' 1111 ' 1 'TM llrtl5S w l ( h w h i l ° acccs-! "'»! snns. W i l b u r and M i c h a r l . « r c Mrs. Leonard Glenn and son H ( i f i .-sorlr::. ; v n i - n l m m n g t h i s wef-k at Crocker, and d m i K h t n r s , Siiniirn ami ' H u « h t'ainlli' served ;is best m a n . ! r ". Texas, v i ^ i t i n ^ friends in their Kay. nf Sprinfjdnle; Mr. and Mrs. . O t h e r s prc^enl for I h r w r d d i n s f"nner pa.stur.ite. Dewpy Liiw5on and son, Cary, were Mrs. \ V n i ! r r Ilnke, m o t h e r nf -···"-"·^·'^··== t \\i( In Jdr^rdom. nnd Knliei-t Wntcr- .von, hrnthiT nf t h e bride. The b r i i l e \vas n j;r;iduale ol (be )!)51! r]nz* from Ibe Wrsl Fork biffh prhnnl. She is nrv.v employer at tlie L'niven'ity. The bridegroom RiTiduntcd from the Wcsl Koik biph school w i t h the class of "50 and he also is an employee of t h n University. Following short weritlinp t r i p Ihe couple will be at home on North Gregg street in Fayettcvitle. J. M Ttallard of Cimiby, Texas, is v i s i t i n f i hii siter. Miss Sarah Mallard on West rirvrtand Street. Klder nnd Mrs. A. D. Stuckcy Mr. and Mrs. William Keith By Keteham HEY. CHUT THAT DOOO.MOM'. M KSMTNING BUGS fft 100K/ James D. Mashburn, M.D. Announces the Opening of Offices For the General Practice of Medicine 212 NORTH COLLEGE FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS General Practice Obstetrics The Nan for the Office Tdp j i i l i u . n M r A i i c n nf the « ( f a l n if X V . i s l i u i K ' i M i f n i i n t y l.i a 1)1, f n nnn \M-:I in'nii.nnii .1 \ \ n l i t h i ri-.h nf \ V i i s h , n ; i i i r i f n i i n l \ who U t l l pll! I l l S i l i J i - K l l l d n plllll.t tO l i M i l l . i l . 'y t u r r ! t l n n r HPi- t h I ) i . n . « p l n x . - . l i , , v n l . i l i t y to ·n.' U , D . | I I I I K : H I ( .'Nil!} ni my t u n l ,n C i t . - i n l C l c i k ,V 1^-,-ni-il- T I i-.i.w p n - s f . n t M 1 . M . | ( ( » , ! » ) a n l r i i f l - . M - I I I H R U I M I (,,r nn r f - · c M v o n ' l i n i n i i i t n ; i o i i n f o i t r I ' l n i H n f f . t l r s . n'ikini; V O l ' in usr U l ' I l I n l h M - n , , . * l l ( l VOTR to crt tnt V O I ' K COl'NTY JUDT.K RICHARD I. GREER rf'lltirn) ftdvrrllumrnt pni,| for nirhnrrt n Orpc-r. f n y f i i r v i l l c . HOW! MmM.47eithis LADIES' EXPANSION WATCHIAND ,1/20 1 7 K T gold-filltd ,IOpj ·loinlctl botk. Half pricfl only on a l!m)t*J vjirly. Oreaflil M'otth- bnrtd volv* of lS* yt«rt ·u/ n»w! BEEBE'S Your friendly Home Town Jeweler "W* Spti«liM in ./ cups per pound I" SAYS: Louis Guicharnaud about M a r y l a n d Club Coffee. Mr. G t i i r h a r n a u d is Executive Chef at San Antonio's f a m o u s St. Anthony Hotel, where guests nave come to expect only the finest in cuisine. He says, "Maryland Club is not only the /ine.if coffee . .. it's also the most economical/' THE CHOICE OF CELEBRATED HOSTESSES Mrs. Stephen W. Schneider, popular Dallas h o s t e s s , says, "My friends a l w a y s compliment my coffee . . . I srrve M a r y l a n d Club!" "Maryland Club has a marvelous f l a v o r and aroma . . . makes coffee the way we like it best," says Mrs. James E. Gates, prominent hostess of Little Rock, Arkansas. Richest of all coffees ... 1*-' Rich, u-inoy Maryland Club Coffee actually crisis you /rss because it /nsrs lonr/cr. Maryland Chib is the world's richcit coffee, a mnfc/ilcss blend of the finest coffees grown. That's why it takes less of this rich blend to make each delicious cup. Yes, you'll find Maryland Club Rives you 10 to 15 more cups from every pound.* Try Maryland Club today! Enjoy its richer, full-bodied flavor . . . its more-cups-per-pound economy. Enjoy the coffee served by celebrated hostesses and famous restaurateurs throughout the Southwest . . . Mart/land Glut).' · as certified by Southwestern Laboratories the coffee you'd drink if you owned all the coffee in the world! THEN CHOOSE FAMED PAHERNS IN Gorbam STERLING Wo will he happy to set » table of j-nur rhoire. in that your friends can select gifts for you t h a t you yourself desire. Buy Your Sterling . . . in units of place-settingj «ach cnnsi.stinx of tea.spoon, luncheon k n i f e and fork, salad fork, cream snnp spoon, «nd butter l-piK« plici iitllnf ti \o M 2J.71 Piy Only $1 Weekly

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