Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 9, 1952 · Page 2
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July 9, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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tt NO«nf*U IIIIHIIIHI ..... IIHIIMUMIIHIIIIIHIIHIIIIII Society, m MRS. KATHltIN OOZiB .aWUMtHlhimiMIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIillllllllllllllilltlHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMI ·'.;·;. · Daily Calendar of Events · Tonight , . . ·'Naval Remve Electronic Company 8-8 Drill, Eason Building, 7 'Tflshinfton County Democratic Women's Club. Krrcusnn's, 7 "15eJU Sigmfi, Don Lewis, 7:30 Kappa Alpha Phi, 45 East Rock Street, 7:30 B841st Volunteer Air Force Reserve Training Squadron 7-30 Hfentrt] Methodist Senior Departmtnt ;cc Cream Supper, Thompson House. 7:30 KMVETS, Courthouse, 7:45 Panel Discussion On Regional A r t , Art Cenler Sculpture Court 8 "The White Headed Boy." University Theater, 8 K»pp» Kappa Gamma Alumnae, Mrs. Walter Richards, 8. Thursday . . . Otfl Scout Dancing, Central Presbyterian Basamenl B a m notary Club, Washington Hotel, 12 VA Di»taffer« Family Picnic, VA Picnic Area, 5:30 Dee Gee Club, Charlenc Riitgins, 9 C.W.F. Ice Cream Social, First Christian Church Lawn, 0:30 V.F.W., IOS',4 West Center, 7:30 fir West Chapter One, R.A.M., Masonic Hall, 7:30 AltniM. 7:30 "The White Headed Boy," UA Theater, It Wed In Home Ceremony Mrs. Palmer Entertains With Tea Mn. J. F. Palmer entertained with · tei yesterday afternoon from 3:30 to 4:30 o'clock, In her home on Woit Maple Street. Honored guests were Mrs. Emory Go«e of Fort Worth, Texas, Mrs. Fletcher Hall of Chicota, Okla., Mrs. E f f i e Harrison Hobbs of Conway, and Mn. B. G. Harrison of Hnynes, Ark. Lavender nnd pink asters were arranged on the dining table and also on Iho serving table. Yellow roiei and yellow gladioli decorated the living room, and gladioli In shades of apricot, were placed In the hall. Presiding at the punch bowl were Mrs. J, B. Hall and Mrs. J. F. Hill. Mn. Hugh Klncaid received, at the door, and other members of the house party included Mrs. Clay Yoo. Mrs. .Ten- 'Nile Mother," after which i /~V^vf £ i T Misa Hall led the «roup in aing-|^°'*CC HOnOfS The next meeting will be held'^8. W. I. BaCfg Julyja.wit^ Mrs. Vera Sharp. _ ( _ ,, ,, . virgil Joncs and ,, .^ DENNIS THE MENACE nings Conycrs and Mrs. Alfred llathcock. MYs. Chester Jones and Her daughter, Mrs. Wylic Kinard, ol Colorado City, Texas, were out of town guests. Cornelia Stuart, Mildred Crow, Soynton, Lnrena Leming; .lo.v M a r k h n m , Margaret Dorolhy Hrynn. Lrla Mary Jolm Sklllrrn, cl, Leone Ramsey Bell, or Cartonvillc, McRoy Md., was guest of hon During Iho business Plans were completed alumnae rush parly, to be given t the home of l.ela Ilod,nett. July 17, lifter which the hostess, nsslst- ed by Dorothy Bryan and Mildred Crou'. served assorted cakes. Mr. anil Mr. Houston W. Ccnner Mr. and Mrs. Houston W. Connor of Lowell announce the birth | son of a daughter, July 8, at the Coun- ' BARGAIN DAYS SMCIAl Tussy Ice Cologne Three Scent* Sentimental Contraband Mattlimaltcr toned Betal caaea, to tny to catty ia your pur»e...to hare with you tlwajri. Thttt divine fragrancei! Cologne cu'l tpill becauie it'i aolid. Just ·trokr on your akin, wherever you may bet CHICK SPECIAL RED CROSS DRUG HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Nwth Sid* Square Broiler Hatchery f. a. ·_ IM v Mr. and Mr». Kenneth W. Ryan -Photo by Dixon. 'Miss Tittle Is Bride Of Kenneth Ryan Miss Marcelene Tittle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Herman Tittle of Lincoln, became the bride of Kenneth W. Ryan, son of Mr. ; and Mrs. C. W. Ryan, also of Lin- j coin, in a double ring ceremony i lorformed Sunday by the Rev. [ Thomas Whiddon at the home of ; _ i .. l!lhc bride's parents. White gladioli I Lafayette Street, was hostess "to' a n c l ' crn anii baskets filled with the Faycttevllle A l u m n a e of Z c t a j ' v y P |ac 'ed on either side of the Tan A l p h n , yeslerday afternoon ! m a n l el, were used for decorations. Madelyn Hose, president, presided j° t h c r flow cr arrangements in the | wilh Ihu following members ' hnrnl! ' included white gladioli and i Z.T.A. Alumnae fe Plans For Rush Party Mrs. Chnrles H. Stone, 200 West By Ketchom Mrs. John Rath, entertained yesterday morning at the Jones home, with I coffee honoring Mrs. W. J. Baerg. Mrs. Baerg has recently return- ed from a year ia Jamaica. An outstanding flavor--Junta's · Roman Meal Bnad. 11-19-11 CITY-WIDE JULY BARGAIN DAYS .» RAGSDALE Carpet Cleaning 326-A NO. WEST ST. Co. at BEEBE'§ Your Home Town Jeweler COSTUME JEWELRY 69 PLUS TAX EARRINGS, NECKLACES, BRACELETS pink roses. The bride wore a street length ] Adelc Hocnvagcn, Corlnne Me- dress of white embossed organdy! Iro.v, Christine Gamble, Bess l a n d a white lace hat. Her corsage ' was of while carnations set in . .v! mill, yellow gladioli. , llortnett, MJ« Wanda Lou Shofner of! Billy ,I,i Prairie Grove, maid of honor, wore ; Dorothy a frock of blue and yellow organdy, pinned with a corsage o f . ( yellow carnalions. Paul Pitts o f ] meeting. | Lincoln, served the bridegroom as for the best, man. ! Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home. The refreshment table featured I ig cake I dies in HonwmoUn all about town or* bunlng about our fobuloui ear- p*4 chanlng wrvict. And for good roasonl W* pick up your ngt and carpoti-claon Ihtm ftoroufHy, g«nrly, in our mod- ttn plant, with a can and caution rhafi incomparabl*. Wt Imwra your floor covtrinoi, tov . , , If your carptt it a wall-to-wall inftaHatfon, wt'H come to your Nwnt, on riw day and at KM L im * ???, Ip " lf|r ' ond cl ~ n '· Phone btauKfully in a matttr of hours. V, V. Call M today. 2112 CONTRACT CARPET LAYING HANDIINDING -- MOTHPROOFING Specializing in Cltaning and Repairing ORIENTAL RUGS PERFUME High Quality Guaranteed Not to Evaporate Formerly 1.00 69 crystal holders. For travel, the bride wore a two piece blue linen dress with white accessories. Guests included Mr. and Mrs . rs C. W. Ryan. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. our After the Fourth Specials We have selected more of these same wonderful values from our regular stock for you--in cooperation with the ... City-Wide Bargain Day: Summer Suits -- Summer Dresses Blouses -- Lingerie -- Hats -- Costume Jewelry -Drastically Reduced . . . . Tittle, Mr. and Mrs. of Lincoln; oma Mr. R and W. Hen- hiddon, all Mrs, Jack . Holt and daughter, Holly, of Fayetteville. Missionary Council Plans Family Picnic The West Fork Assembly of God Women's Missionary Council me Tuesday evening with Miss Aleni Hall. There were 14 n embers present, and visitors were Miss Joyce Cantrell and Miss Pauline Smith. Mrs. Vera Sharp was in charge of the devotion, reading the 14th :napter of Romans. This was followed by a prayer. The group made -lans for a smily picnic to be Held July 18. Mrs. Sharp read a portion of the Wos 39.95 WATCHES $*Q75 17 JEWEL WATERPROOF ALL TAX PAID GUARANTEED ALL STAINLESS STEEL BEEBE'S We Specialize in Time -Diamonds Too! COME EARLY FOR BEST SELECTIONS NO EXCHANGES OR REFUNDS BARGAIN DAYS NORWOOD STYLE 1237 Bnum. Vt*l and Whatt Nylon Mah BARRETT'S contribution to Foyetteville Bargain Days: One group of Modern prints, on royon S h a n t u n g , 4 5 " wide, three designs from w h i c'h to choose, yd, $1.85 and $2.15. One group Modern Monotones, 45" $1.60. One group, vot dye cottons, Modern ond Traditional designs, Plaids and solid colors, 48", shop first at BARRETT'S )« W. Dlckaon Phnn» 1014 All Men's Bostonion, Mansfield and American Gentlemen SUMMER SHOES NYLON MESH PERFORATED LEATHERS AND BROWN AND WHITE COMBINATIONS. $18.93 to $15.95 Valuts, Now $14.95 to $12.95 Voluts, Now ONE LOT OF MEN'S WOVEN OXFORDS AND REGULAR LEATHER OXFORDS, VALUES TO (12.95 CHEEKO One Large Lot of Women's Summer Sandals, White Pumps and Wedge Sandals, values to 9.95 One Lot of Women's Spectator Pumps and Dress Shoes in Black and Colors, Values to $8.95 One lot of Misses' and Children's Wedge Sandals in White, Red and * Patent Leather, some with heels * good for school wear. Value to 5 95 ONE LOT OF WOMEN'S SUMMER SANDALS and PUMPS Values $6.95,( Now BASEMENT STORE WORK SHOES WHITE HAND BAGS ONE LOT OF Dress Shoes WOMEN'S Pumps, Straps, and Sandals, Values to $5.00

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