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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 5, 1952
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NOttMWBT AMUHUS TKHB. ·»·*«.«·, Mvrrfvy, Jviy Gause-Davidson Vows Said Miss Curtis To Wed Daily Calendar of Events Monday . . . HI Si Club, Clubroom, 7 Farmington Lodge, Farminglon Masonic Hall 7:30 Washington Lodge One, Masonic Hall, 1:30. Fayetteville District Nurses, County Hospital 7-30 Fayettcville Lodge 740, Masonic liall, 8 THIS 'N' THAT ABOUT TOWN KATHLEEN DOZIER The "Glorious Fourth" was quite an occasion, but celebration of the national holiday will not end until the last firecracker pops. From all reports there are many who are spending the long weekend quietly at home. Others are fishing, while some have taken! the opportunity for trips "or are attending events scheduled for the weekend in surrounding areas. We hear that Fayetteville had good representation at the dedication of Bull Shoals and Norfork dams, and also at nearby lakes, streams and resorts. In town last evening, a great number saw the program and! display of fireworks at the Veteran's Hospital The | Country Club began early, with a dance! jn a canaicngut service erformed i Thursday night, members and their guests arriving Church. Washington, D. c., MissTiary in cotton dresses and sport shirts. Buddy Hayes sup- ^ r - (:jncl Mrs - A - c - Davidson, Nemours, plied the music. The usual Thursday niaht suooer for ioriT v '· ' ^ L r ' s o n --* members and their families Was postponed Until last jraiza'-cth Grandvnie°was y maM of\o*im" k and a T k |wmas r EMansion night, after an afternoon of entertainment for the · scm ' d as best man lo hr! bridegroom. Following the ceremony a re- families .·C'.'Pt.oa was held at the Shorcham Hotel. The couple will rnak'e their j'.' ome at Meadc Heights Apartments, 1800 Annapolis Tloart, Fort |'-'cade, Md., where Capt. Gause is stationed. He was formerly Returning home this week ore the Fred Steven- """' ' " sons and daughters who have been in Mexico City, for the past 10 days . . . Katherine and Casto Robertson and sons have come home from a trip, during which they visited with relatives of Casto's in Sparta, Tenn., and in Bainbridge, Ga., with Katherine's sister and brother-in-law, Margie and Capt. Jack Herring, From Bainbridge they drove to Panama City, Fla., to complete their two weeks . . . Doris and Walter Jolly and daughter, Ruth Ann, are bock in Fayetteville. They have visited relatives in Ohio and in Buffalo, N. Y. They met Ruth and Ronnie Truax and spent o week with them at their cabin on the lake. Before returning home they went to Niagara Falls and into Canada. Dr. »nd Mn. hruce Benword] Virxmli A venue. Ttwir have recently purchujwf »nd! residence win it «7» moved into a new home at 12Alftn*d. DtNNIS THE MENACE ·yKctofcMi At SHE MttOS It U*UK.*U*ttM9a OieeS. S*S *»·«»»· - Va., became the bridp or The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Marv Jail;' · Curtis to Ollie Prince of Tulsa, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank 1'r'ince of IKayctteville, is announced by her parents ,Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Curtis I The. wedding will take place In the late summer. Both Miss Curtis' ·and Mr. Prince are graduates of the University ||inh School. . ' --Photo by Ed 1'uska student at the Univcrsilv The L. L. McKeehans left Thursday to attend i a reunion of her family in Louisiana. Her parents, the I Rev. and Mrs. J. T. Durham of Shreveporr, hove en- j gaged the Chemin A Haut, north of Bastrop, La., and ;about 35 sons and daughters, with their wives and ^husbands, grandchildren, as well as other relatives, jare expected. They will come from Washington, New Mexico, Texas and Arkansas. Church services for the family will be held at the Bastrop church where Mr. Durham was former pastor. The McKeehans with daughter, Marleen, will be joined at Chemin A Haut by Mateel Gray and daughter of Dallas, and their son Dr. Mac Lyn McKeehan of Los Alamos, N M Fern and Major Fred Moseley .with son, Jack have gone to Bel Ray Beach, Fla., where Fern and Jack will live after Fred reports next month for duty in the Far East . . . Ada Bates of Naugatuck, Conn., is here for a four week's visit with her mother, Mrs. J.' M. Phillips and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bates who met her at the Tulsa airport last Sunday . . . Mrs.' 0. P. McDonald left Tuesday night to go to Pittsburgh, Pa., where she will be with her daughter and son-in- law, Dorothy and Bryan Paul, and granddaughter, Nancy. She expects to be gone for a month . . . Marguerite and Hubert Cowan returned last night after attending ball games in St. Louis, and with them came Hubert's sister, Laura Fields, and children Cynthia and Dickie. She will visit with them and with her parents, the E. A. Cowans. Sue Turner was guest of honor at a dinner last weekend, given by Frances and Ogden Shirley at their home on Assembly Drive. Sue left this week to join her husband, Weston, in Japan. The Tommy Van- Zandts and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Willis were up from Van Buren, to wish her bon voyage. A Coke was also given for her, before she left Tuesday. MJSS I OVCe WfMr T; * *·")«, W UF IS Qf Michael Ardemagni i County H.D. Clubs | Announce Schedule I County Home Demonstration · rlubs will meet next week as fol- ! lows ! Tuesday, viney Grove, c n m m u n I ity house, 2 p.m.. Cane H i l l , Big i Springs, and Prairie View. Wednesday, Goshen, Mrs. Lola i Tisdalo, 2 p.m., Meadow Vallev Mrs. Odie Weir. 11 a.m.. Monitor ' c l u b rooms. 1:30 p.m., Elldns, Mrs. i Bob Fatlbus, 2 p.m., and Golden i rod. Mrs. Joel Smith. 12:30 p.m. Thursday, C i n c i n n a t i , c l u b I rooms, 1:30 p.m.. Colony. Mrs. I Betty Dunlap. 11 a.m. Combs ! Chapel, Mrs. Betty Lancy, 7:30 ! p.m.. and Summers. j Friday. Gem, community house I Highland, Mrs. Ralph 'Bricker, noon. Mineral .Springs. '-lub house. St. Joseph's Catholic Church in* Tont:to'.vn, was t h e scene of the wedding of Miss I.oyco Weir, d a u g h t e r of Mr. m ( f "Mrs. Otis Weir of Fayetteville, lo Michael Ardemagni. son' of Mr. and Mrs. B. Ardcmagni of Tontituwn, on the morning of J u n e .3. Officers Named 40 And 8 New Year ! 1:3(1 p.m.. Skylight. Mrs. Jewel ' Whitehouse, 2 p.m., and Dutch '· Mills. Malone-Cunningham : Marriage Announced ! Miss Jane C u n n i n g h a m , d a u q h - ; t e r of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cunning| h a m of Kayottevillo, was married j l o Carl Malonc. son of Mrs-. An- I nie M a l t m c of Jophn a I Ill-All p. m, Saturday, by the Hev. Floyd Cole. The bride Is a i:ra4uatc of U n i - versity Mich School and has been j employed by Southwestern Bell; in Fayctteville. ! The couple will make I h c l r j home at 1447 Perkins Avenue In J o n t l n . i Glassware Fine China Gifts House wares Catering to the Bride and Houtewift LEWIS BROS. CO. of white gladioli a n d ' paste, daisies, and tiered candelabra, holding lighted tapers. Nuptial music v.-as played by Mrs. Hugh Po/.?.a, organist. .She also accompanied Virgil Verucchi who sang "On This Day 0 Beautiful Mother." The bride, given in marriage by her father, was dressed in a suit of white gabardine, accented with accessories of powder blue. She lions. Only attendant to t h e bride was Officers and delegates elected for I h c year ]052-53 by the 40 .ano II, Voilure 951; of Fayetteville, who w i l l attend the Grand Promo-1 ' n a d e to be held in Hot Springs July 10-13, are: Chef de Hare, iBol, Bilker Fav- oltcville; Cher de Train, Ted . Kamer, Fayetteville: Sous Chef idc Tram. Lacy Venable, Summers' Commissairc Jntendant. Allan A i j Gilbert, Sr., Fayetteville;! Grand.' jChemmot, .loo! A. Bunrh, Fay-] 'Cttevillc; Grand Cheminot, alter-1 j Conrtuclnr, w. S. BronsoTM Eo'y-' jeltevilic; Sous Conductor, Daniel! Shoe Starts Monday Morning at 9 Dress Styles Order. He has visited alumni members throughout the state and arranged for furnishings for the new home. The boys expect to be in their new quarters, located near the stadium, when school opens this fall. While all of us have complained of the weather and what's "ailing" us most of the time, Mrs Cora Skaggs, a "youngster" of 87, has been off on a plane trip to Lexington, Ky., where she visited for a month with her son, Norris. It was her first trip by air and from what we hear, she enjoyed it immensely. She was accompanied by her niece, Mrs. Floyd Green, who has returned to her home in Broken Arrow, Okla. Gladys and Emil Sonneman and children, Emile, Sarah and Mary Kate, hove spent most of two weeks at Fort Lauderdale, Fla., staying there in an apartment belonging to Gladys' sister. Emile and Emil did some deep sea fishing and all did some sight seeing. On the return trip, they stopped at Marine Land and the Sarasota Art Museum, and went, inland to Silver Springs and had trips on the glass bottom boats Bess and Harold Dulan, with Susan, Kathleen and Elizabeth Ann, are back in town. They have been in Austin, Texas, for the past three weeks, where Dr Dulon attended the Texas Workship on Economic Education, and the family visited with relatives and friends. Ore Hyland is leaving this weekend for the 38th biennial convention of Pi Beta Phi, at the Shamrock Motel in Houston, which opens Monday and continues through Friday. There will be 97 universities in Canado and the United States represented, as well as alumnie from over 200 clubs expected for the occasion. Ora represents the Fayetteville Alums The Pi Phi program will include a talk by Mrs. Hiram Houghron, president of the General Federation of Women s Clubs; discussions led by Virginia R«in«cke Veover and Frances Folvey, deans of women at the Diversities of Oklahoma and Milliken, respectively i powder blue suit with navy accessories. Her flowers were a corsage of yellow rosebuds. Leon Zulpo served the bridegroom as best man. Following the wedding, a breakfast was given at the Venetian i n n for the members of the wedding party and close relatives of the couple. A reception was held in the home of the hridei'room's Parents at 1 o'clock that afternoon. Mrs. Herbert Graue, sister of . Ihe bride, had charge of the bride's I'-ook. Approximately 100 guests ; attended, nefreshmen's were ser;ved and assisting Ihe 1 osloss were- I Mrs. Henry Hariola, Mrs D i l i 'ion, Mrs. Otis Weir, Mrs Knea Marsam, and Mrs. H u g h PI W Mr. and Mrs. A r d o m a g n j v/m "he their home ,,, Tontitown where lie is employed by the Ton-' j t i t t w n Mcrc.inlile C o m p a n y . Birthday Party Given For Kaye I Glenn Henriricks, Fayetteville' 1 !Garde dc la Porte, Earnest Ath.i'l . f a . v f t t e v i l l e ; Lampiste, Everett 1 ! Smith, Fayetteville; [ Commis Voyager, .lames F. Trail, FaycUeville; Cheminot Locale . Uys Lovell, Springdale, Cy Car- ·ney and Phillip Holmes ,Jr of j Fayetteville. · The Chef de Gare made appointments as follows: Corrc- spondant, O. M. L.cMarr and Ava- .cott. Proctor Johnson. j · Delegates to the slate Grande! . p r o m e n a d e a r e : Lacy Venable Cy Carney, Glenn Hendricks .Joe Hampton. Hoh Rigger r, M 1 e- Marr and w. s . Bronson. AU-rn.ites are Dudley H u n t Ulys Love!], A l l a n A. Gilbert Sr' I Homer Snnderass, Joel A. Bunch I Stirmaii Karnes, and Ernest Atha. Mischa Mcller To Bc Heard At UA Art Center ! · Delmanette ·Carmellette ·TroyI ing · Medium and High Heels Values to $19.95 w Re Mrs. Busier Carson S24 becca entertained guests at ,, birthday party Wednesday given in honor of her daughter Kave who was four. ' ' Children present we,e- Toni r-ynn, Pricllla, Conrad, Connie Sue, Debra, Janice and K a l h y Mutsman, Koran and Millie M-n- Jones, Karlynn H a l l , Dnvi,; ,-,,,,| lorn Lyons, Judy and B i l l i c Bob Ames, Margaret Holland. David and Cynthia Christie, Pcirir.v Ann licks, Susan I.ymnn. Jr., Rebecca Sun Carter. Parents attending were: Mrs. i Mi.-cha Mellrr. visilin,; pr,,fes-' soi at the University will a Piano recital ,|,,ly l.i. i,, the Arts Center Cor.rert Hall. | Mcller studied at the I n s t i t u t e ' n! Musical Art in Xew York w i t h Carl Knedbci-K, and a f t e r coni|ilet- inr. the r-ourse there spent five years will, the K,,,,,],e,,, ,, jil ,, is , anil te.Kher, K d - v i n Kis.-her In Casual Styles · Town Country ·Penaljo · Old Maine Trotter ·Round-About · Arthur Murray ·Wedges, Medium Heels, Flats Values to $12.95 fin l e l u n m i K I" t h e I ' n j t c . l States, he m .,,|,. hi-. »-..· y,,rk d r h u i . t a u g h t p r r M t c l v at Col u m b i a Univernty. A f t e r serving with rhe U.s. Army for over three years he r e t u r n e d ' lo professional Thi (jroup played s n m o s . a n d a ilcnic lunch «.,,, jervocl a f t e r the K l f l s were opened.'' Sonata In K M'. nor. I K . ' a r t ; and Sonai., dp ,S7 M o n a t a " ) , Moothovcn. ^ WIDE SELECTION- AM Leather Nylon Mesh Palent Combination Leather and Nylon . . .t ' ,1 . i« i (., . -d J5 ... Vt |y I . t- 0 -1- I . f .· 1 1 -el er» »· " ,t« · w ·«M w - - a All Sol* Rod f ^ NoR«fyndl '^ Nte

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