Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 8, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 8, 1952
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(ANUS , July I, Iff* IUItlllllllHIIIIIIIIHHMIHINIIMIIIIIIIIIHIMIIIIIIIIHIIUIIIIIIUIMNi Society, m MRS. KATHLHN OOUH . jMiniHIIIHHIimHIIMIIMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllltlMIIIMMtlllMIIIHIIIIUI Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . , Sub Deb Club. SUIT Cate, 7 t Order nf Hambrjw for Girls. Masonic Hall, 7 ; llavai Reserve Composite Unit, Eason Building, 7 ~ 3 0 6 i h M i l i t a r y Government Group, 112'^ West Center. 7:30 ; ID. A. V., U-ltion H u t , 7:30 J v . F. W. Auxiliary, Civir C'tubroom, 7:30 | '.Hcbekah Lodfte, 1OOF Hall, 8 i Wednesday . . . 1 Exchange Club, Ferguson's, \'i 1 Gokk-nrod Ciub, Mrs. .Joel Smith, 12:30 Newcomer's Club, Civic Clubrooms. 2 Clovcr!oaf Club, Mrs. H. 0. Ames, 2:30 Navai Reserve Kledronics Company 8-8 Drill, Easnn B u i l d i n g , 7 Washington Count" Democratic Women's Club, Ferguson's, 7 Delta Sicma, Dnn Lewis, 7:30 Kappa Alpha Ph), 45 East Rock Street, 7:31) IlMlsl Volunteer Air Force Reserve Training Squadron, 7:30 Central Methodist Senior Department Ice Cream Supper, Thompson Mouse, 7:30 AMVETS, Courthouse, 1M Panel Discussion On Regional Art, Art Ccnler Sculpture Court ,8 "The White Headed Hoy," University Theater, 8 Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumnae, Mrs. Walter Rk'hardR, 8. Hatcher-Drake Vows Said At Bentonville Bentonville - (Special) - Miss Marilyn Drake, daughter of Mr. · nd Mr«. Lester Drake, Bentonville. became the bride of J. D. Hatcher, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hatcher. Hlwasse. Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock In the tanc- tuary nf the First Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Richard E. Gel. fer. pastor, officiated. ~ " The double ring ceremony was performed before nn altar banked with baskets of white unowbail ind fern. White tapers in tall, Ivy covered candelabra formed the background. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wai gowned In a ballerina lenfth dres* of white lace, trimmed in white nalln. Her veil of illusion wait held by a peed pearl-itudded cap. She wore white rylan mltt«, and her hrldal bouquet wax formed of white flamel- liai, with streamers of white satin ribbon. M». Jew Lawion, lister nf the bridegroom, wn matron of honor. She was dressed in white, with white accessories, and wore a tor- sac of pink carnations. Mr. T a w son served as best msm for his brother-in-law. Canrilelishtcrs weie Miss Billic Sim r.mgory and Miss Wanda Edwards. They were dressed in pink and white, respectively, w i t h white aoccK«oricK, nnd wore while carnation corsages. Linda Drake, ulster of the bride, war. rinjt bc;ir- *r. Her fires* wan of yellow organdy. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Drake chose a green f l n r n l sheer with white accessories, and the bridegroom's mother wore a beige frock with mulching HCCCS- sories. Both wore w h i t e carnation corsages. Immediately following the wedding, a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Mrs. Jerry Rakes was in charge of the guest book. The serving tabia was covered with a lace cloth, and centered with an arrfingctnent of white snowball, flanked with white taper* «tt in crystal candelabra. Wedding cake and frosted lime punch were served by Mrs. Jess LawBon, Miss. Betty Hatcher, and Miss .Tanie Elliott. For travel, Mrs. Hatcher wore * ,iavy blue linen dress with white accessories, and a white glamellk co/sage. Following a wedding trip to Hockrjway Beach, M Bransiftn, Mo.. Mr. and Mrs, Hatcher w i l l be at home in Bentonvillc. Miss Wilson Is Bride Of Eldon Swift Prairie Grove -{Special)- Miss Joan Wilson, d a u g h t e r of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wil.snn of Prairie CJrove, became the bride of Eldon Swift, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swift of Karmington, in a candlelight ceremony performed Krhliiy at the Church of Christ in Karmington. The wedding vows were read by the Rev. Robert Bar- ncti nf Springdale, before an a l t a r of pink gladioli and Queen Ann's ; lace. Pink cathedral -andles com- j plcled the a l t a r decoration. The | n u p t i a l music \v:*s presented by ! Misses Katie Sue Helm and Ca- j j m i l l a Kiclwell, who sang "O I | Promise Me" and "Always." j t The bride, tfivcn jn marriage by her father, wore a ballerina length (jriwn of pink net over t a f f e t a . She carried a white bridal bouquet of slephanotis, ' Miss M a r i l y n Wilson attended her sister as maid of honor. She wore an aqua-blue dress of nylon . and her flowers were pink earn*- ! lions. Miss Natline Neal was bridesmaid. Her dress was of pastel green nylon, styled like t h a t of the m a i d of honor, ^nd her flowers were pink carnations. W. I,. Kerguson of Lincoln, served the bridegroom as best man. Ushers were Floyd Reeves, Dale Reeves, and Charles C«tss. Jnnclle Reeves and Betty House were candle lighters. Mrs. Wilson chose a black drrss for her daughter's wMding, with it she wore white accessories and n COI'SJIRC__ while carnations. Mrs. Wed At Central Methodist Korea. Sgt. Graham also served with the 142nd Field Artillery Batalllon during World War II. FAILS IN CATALINA CHANNa SWIM Mrs. Emily Weisigcr and »ons, Joe and Kenneth, of St. Louis, ' Mo., are here visiting her parents, I Col. and Mrs. Edward Hooper. ; They will be joined here by Mr. Wcisigcr and will vacation in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schwiegeri and children of Shrevcport, La.,! arrived here Friday for a visit'. \ w i t h her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ix;« Seamster. Mr. Schwieger re- j | turned Sunday to Shreveport, | while Mrs. Schwiejrer and the children remained for a longer | visit. Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Mulkey left today for Tulsa, Okla., where Mrs. | Mulkey will undergo m a j o r surgery at the Hillcrest Hospital. Her sister, Mrs. Ward Gash, and . children of Macon, Ga., will re- i main here at the home during her ! absence. Mr. and Mri. Ralph Buck | W. G. Amstein, formerly a spe- icialist in horticulture with the University Agricultural Extension ! Service, has been named head of · the specialists' department in the j Agricultural Extension Service of; Kansas State College, accord-ing j to word received here. Amstein was with the Arkansas A g r i c u l - j tural Extension Service from 1930 to 1935, when he joined the j Kansas State Agricultural Extension Service as horticultural j specialist. --Photo by Pu«ko Buck-Litle Vows Said In Double Ring Service FlORENCe CHADWICK, 32, Is helped aboard a motor cruiser by her trainer, Bert Rovcre, after she gave up her 21-mile Catalina Channel swim only a mile from the San Pedro, Calif., shore. She had been in the water 15 hours and 50 minutes. Three thousand people waited at Cabrillo Beach for the powerful mermaid. (International Soundphoto) In a ceremony performed in thi prayer chapel of the Central Methodist Church, Miss Luella Mae Lille, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James A. Litle of Cane Hill, became the bride of wore a £recn dress and her ac- rcssorics were white. Her corsage was also of w h i t e carnations. Following a short wedding trip lo Memphis, Tcnn., the couple will be at home in Fayetteville. where he is employed. DENNIS THE MENACE ·y Kttehom Dance Instruction Offered By Local Girl Scout Board Dancing lessons, wponsorpd by the Girl Scnut Board of Fayctte- villc, be^nn this morning under the direction of Flynn O'Malley, in the basement of the Central Presbyterian Church. Classes will be held on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 9 o'clock, continuing for n period of four weeks with a total of eight lessons. Mr. O'Malley will instruct Jn beginners classes and in advanced square dancing, as well as other dance routines. Dancing for the Negro troops will commence August 4, with lessons on Mondays and Thursdays from 7 to 8:15 p. m. Mr. O'Mnllcy will be jn charge, and this w i l l also be held in the basement of ihc Central Presbyterian Church. Miss Geralrilne Litle of Tort Smith, was maid of honor. She (Not Everybody Can Make Catch Just Like This Decides "Fixer" Told A Story Toscaninl To Visit II. S. Milan, Italy -(£)-Arturo Tos- canini leaves tonight by airliner or New York on a business trip. Pittsburgh-(fl)-LouIs Vee,' Chi- | nese laundry owner, sang hap. pily as he watched the Republican ! convention over television. Sud- Fort Worth, Texas -W)- F r e d l d e n l y the set refused to work. wore a pink linen dress and white JLumely went fishing yesterday for j Yee didn't know what to do. A ; accessories with a corsage of p i n k ' t h e first time in five years and j stranger who walked in offered t o 1 carnations. R. E. Buck of Spring- i came Sv.'ifl, n«, .cr of the bridegroom, j Ralph Buck, son of Mrs. W. A. Ruck and the late Mr. Buck of Delaney. Th* double ring service was perform?'! Thursday evening at 7 o'clock by the Bev. n. L. Dykes, Jr. Chapel decorations j were arrangements of pink am white gladioli. A program of nuptial music was played by Mrs. Grace Lawson at the organ, which included "Ave M a r i a " and "Because." The bride wore a frock of blue sheer, accented with white accessories. She carried a w h i t e Bible, gift of the bridegroom, topped by an orchid. dale, served the bridegroom best man. For her son's* wedding, Mrs. Buck wore a green sheer frock, pinned with a corsage of pink . -:arnations. I Out of town guests, here for the wedding, were Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Faulkner and son, from Hutchinson, Kan. After a short wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Buck will make their home at Delaney, Ark. Mrs. Buck was a member of Beta Sigma Phi, Credit Women's Breakfast Club, and the Order of Eastern Star. up with a catch of stolen .take the set, fix it, and have = Announcements Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumnae There w i l l be a Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumnae meeting with Mrs. Walter Richards, 1652 West Dickson Street, p. m. tomorrow at 8 Ice Crtitn Swill The ladies of the C. W. F. of the First Christian Church, will lave an ice cream social on the church lawn, Thursday evening at 0:30 o'clock. In case of rain, the social will be in the churct dining I ·: SAM; All Children Summer Apparel /3 Off Dresses, Sunsuits, Some Boys' Suits Not All Sitfi Tots to Teens Pearl Lee Children's Shop 27 brtCmttr Stephen Ballard Honored At Party Stephen Ballard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bnllard \vas honored with a party Monday on his first birthday, at the home of his parents. Guests were Rickey and Lcndell Thomas, James Sherman, and Sue Ann Brooks, Dennis and Paul Led- srtter, Danny and Terry Wood, Jimmy Sisemore, Connie McWhnr- cr, Phyllis and Randy Sisemore ind Johnic Ballard. G i f t s were opened and refreshments of ice cream and cake v/ere ier\'cd. meeting will Thursday. continue through Bernal Seamster visited here last week with his papers worth more than $100,000 ; back in jigtime, good as new. Yee !o a West Texas rancher. Lumely i agreed. Minutes passed into hours, fished a 25-pound mesh sack fill- j Yee decided to call the police, cd with several hundred docu-1They found the stranger trying to ments from the Trinity River near sell the set at a bar. The documents included $400 in | federal savings bonds and about j $100,000 in notes and deeds stolen June 28 whei carted off a 600-pound safe from the ranch home of Henry Comp- , ton, near Breckenridge. Compton identified the papers. W A N T E D CHERRY PICKERS Apply at Iht Polli July 29th. Compensation: Good GorarnntHit Political advertisement paid for by Cherry for Governor Committee Fayettevllle. ArkafiMl. warranty i in thieves ! Berkley Not Planning Tour Before Convention Washington-OT-Vice President Barkley, 74, has no plans to stump ithe country seeking support from parents, Mr. (convention delegates. He declared and Mrs. Lee Seamster, and has I yesterday he returned to his home in New York. make no speeches before the Democratic convention opens in Chicago July 21. But, he said, he will go to Chi- Mrs. O. D. Burke and son, David, j cago a day or two before the of State College, Fa., spent the weekend with Mrs. Burke'* mother, .Mrs. W. P. Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Snow and children, Jamie and Gary, of Beloit. 111., spent the weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cridcr. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gordon, their daughter, and Kranlt McGehee. Jr., uf Little Rork, spent the weekend here at the home of Mrs. Gordon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Swaney, and child, have returned '.a their home in Los Angeles, CA'iif., following a visit here with Mr. Swaney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Swaney, of Route 3. ntral Methodist Chureb Senior Department The Senior Department of the Central Methodist C h u r c h will hold ;m ice cream supper at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday on the Thompson house lawn, near the church, j'. Mrs. Homer Hadley, and son, of Tulsa, Okla., have been -isitinfj her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. 5 waney. Lt. Col. Han-ell C. Hall left Camp Chaffee. Mrs. C. R. Cross has just returned home a f t e r a month's visit in the southern part of the state. VA Di.Uffer, The VA Distaffcrs w i l l m e e t ( T h u r s d a y evening at 5:30 o'clock, in the picnic area near the VA Nurses Home, for a f a m i l y picnic. Hostesses will he officers of the ' club. In event of r a i n tne picnic Mr. and Mrs. Tiay Farr of New j w i l l he held in the VA Hospital ; Orleans, La., were recent guests A u d i t o r i u m . j nf Dr. and Mrs. Marvin Wcstfall. -- i The Farrs, former Faje'.teville res- Cliivcrlrif Cluh l i d e n t s , were en route to Barllcs- Thc C'loverlraf C l u b w i l l meet ' ville, Okla., to visit relatives. tomorrow at J:30 p. m.. in the --- -1 home of Mrs. H. O. Ames, 62^ Mr. and Mrs. E. B. C r a i n , F. S. I.mdoll Street. .Randall, Howard Nickcll and Don* - aid Weaver are in Little Rock at- ] An outstanding flavor-- Jun^e's tending the Southern Farm Bureau j liomnn Meal Br»»d. 1 1-19-tl i regional training school. T h e ! Mrs. Frank Knox has returned Innie after a vacation in Miami. Fla., with her mother and sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis ohelton and children have returned, after convention to meet delegates. The Kentuckian decided over the weekend to become an active candidate for the presidential nomination. He said he stands squarely on the record of the "New Deal" and "Fair Deal" Democratic administrations, and j Reds To Take Over U.S. Embassy In Moscow Moscow-(.T)-The Soviet government announced last night it had notified the U. S. i' would not renew the lease on the American Embassy Building when it expires December 31, 1952. The Russians claim they need the site, which the U. S. took over almost 18 years ago, for planned expansion of Moscow University. The building is next door to the university. An official source said the Indian Embassy also has been told it must get out of its present downtown building and that another location would he found. Fairchlld Is Candidate Madison, Wis.-(yP)-U. S. Attorney Thomas E. Fairchild announced today he would be a Democratic candidate for the U. S. Senate. Fairchild, 30, former Wisconsin attorney general, said % GALLON Vanili* ke Cream 63c Holland trot. Lotkor Mart will support any platform adopted by the convention, even if it calls for compulsory fair employment practices legislation. To Consider Paroles Little Rock - (fp) - Seventy-nine ,,.. . . u , ! . I L U J I nt7u, n l l t - i .. . * ' - j v - i , m j I I I I H T spending the weekend with rcla- fPP I l r a t l °ns for parole, five for ] he is resigning his present position to campaign for the nomination. Plenty Of Time Effingham, Ill.-(/ri-The Thomas Selmans have lots of experience behind them as they start to care for their new set of twins -- this is DOUBLE EEN STAMPS Given Wednesday, July 9 McKeeban's lives at Holla, Mo. their third of Daughters in Mrs. M. M. Lewis, who has been Ihe guest of Mrs. A. G. Hartley for the past several weeks, left i this morning to return to her home in Okmulgee, Okla. furloughs and one for commuta- , . lion of sentence will be considered l sl *_, 5 '5f!?' twms arrivcd last by the Arkansas Parole Board at the Cummins prison farm tomor- Mrs. Frances Lindloff has returned home after a trip to California, where she attended the national convention of Gamma Phi Beta sorority at the Hotel Coronado, at Coronado, Calif., and also the convention of the American Guild Organists in San Francisco. Sgt. Junior Edward Graham has received his discharge from the Army after spending four years in the service, 11 months of which were spent in active duty in Keep p with the tlnm reid the TIMES dmilT. weekend. CENTER 18 E. CENTER Look POT ih* Nam* On ihc Gntn Front. each CHICK SPECIAL 8c HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Broiltr Hatehtry - by Alr-Condltion«d Crown Swp«r Coach · · Whatever your destination, near or far, go Crown Coach for comfort*. . . for economy. UNION BUS DEPOT 111 N. Colltf* PboM II SHIP YOUR P A C K A G E S IY IUSI Who Gives Green Stamps? We Do! McKMhan't Fabric Cnnltr II Ent Cinlir Johnion't Flint and Wallptp*r Stoia IS North Block St Hilton Irot. OrlT*'ln Furniturt Stort Hwr. 71 North Town t Cumput MEN'S WEAR Oiirk ThMirt Bldo. Lamr trot, fhoo ftoroi Fairway Groctry 411 N. Colltst Glenn'i Dairy IHoun to houit dtliTerj) Phon. (60-W-4 Oiork Cltantn 101 North Block St. Harlan'i Strvlc* Station Frlindly Gulf Slitloa U North Celltgi McRoyMcNair Printing Co. Smith Sla* Squirt RtUU Start CASH SUM Only your S4H Gram Stamps at rh* M 420 ·oobo'i Jiwilin 14 Eiil C«nt«r Moori'i Gift Shop IS North Block St. Fairway Hardware 230 Mill St Waggonir't Bokiry 101 W..I St Quaktr Drug Stort 11 Eitt C*nl» St Phillip! Motor Co. 110 Nwlh CiUtfO tmption Cento,

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