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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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Ward Rldgviy's Wife, Penny, Short " [Protecol, Long On Friends In Europe iwpDtm6u.Dope Jm 4^W J* vfeak t*** m w u+*. ,, . ,. ^^ Mltn.0 rlothw. On one of her rare visits to r«ri« so far, she hid « peek inside one "maison de couture," hut her summer wardrobe was made for her in Tokyo when her · h u s b a n d , w a s Supreme Commander in ihe Pacific. Tokyo was not Penny nir! K - Chicago, .July !). Hugo t h c i t h - n ^^^^^^\^ m ^^^^^^ widow working as a secretary t n ] l h e n j , n t ,,, C| [hc ^£ (* e dining room. Most of them wlllj In 1913 Pone* de Leon became' The climate cf tho ~..., ( have nothing to do with corrupt I" 1 * 'ir»t miriner to record the nearly ideaC^!^?"^TM"TM"""TM 1 practices (though it is hard to ,ee j e)ti » tm « * the Gulf Stre.m. , OWM , M , reme Jnd ,, ^^ the highest. why, in some cases, because a lot of them look as if they could use a steady job) and thev get pretty convention bring, out the !" ty , whcn Eomc , bod '. outbids u i n i h s u u i them for a special privilege o f the people. Many showl s o m c j(i n( j j. crdu says nothing up and are strong a g a i n s t the cor- j makes an honest man madder The density of Jupiter is only I 1.3 times that of water. I Some kangaroo* live In trees. » I f · . . " ' . . n ' t . 1 '" j me m^Jni I I I C inc cncCSC t h e ; " ' ' '"* ·"".»* "^,"in^t me v t M - ; nmncn mi HUHCM. I l l r t l l i i the Inter-American Defense Hoard j traps,, me hole in the w a l l 'dives i r u p l bur «la«. who arc mcmbersUhan sneakcry like that ''/' i'the \?enir?i°in *«? "u* '',»!! m( ' 1 , , M d ;1 |' like t h a t there. He hummed ! ^ ^ v- °. tlh " ""?·· Th «' arc party lainst bribery and you rcm Fee I There arc m a n y species of hurts them to have to bribe, kangaroo on New Guinea, but their way lo a good seat in lhe : none are larger than fox terriers. 'Married General In 1917 Ridgway, v,hose- fir.'.t t-.vn rnar: riages ended in tluorcc, married ; Penny A n t h o n y Lt,n; in 1!M7, and .since then she l-/r, been in the ! midst of m i l i t a r y command l i f e , ( f i r s t in Ihe Caribbean area, then i at Fort I'vivcr. Va., while the jrcn- leral was Deputy Chief of S t a f f at i t h c Pentagon, a n d a f t e r t h a t i n : Japan. At 3,1, however, Penny is s t i l l dent went over to the 200 pool ' · .. .'· - o ie.i m w i i h a cnusin ' - .-..· - !.afV:iinit who h.is a job t u r t l i n ; , P cf( | u ,.. lF(mm( , h d s ua ,, he . t , the olo pnrucr, come anci S o :-Some H f me,,., turned t u r t l e at ., h e | asl m j,, ulr .." ho M l , . hva ,^ ine.Tr left 'cm ,n t h o V m , n ' n , , h e old n a y s he u.-r:i :e h:m" ' a r o u n d w i t h an old box t u r t l e and | o n C omcm;on n i~.w t h e v w,n-l;i ;;:r-? = ~-«;--· [Normandy, lanes on hitjh heels in ,!he pouring r a i n w h i l e her hus- retraced his steps as a i r borne commander for the A l l i e d invasion. Later, a French jllus- nclp in convcn.:on urne. Sunurlian air is Innser and lighter, has no f l a t accents in it. savs Pnrrin Mary ROSETTE HARGROVE M*fnes-La-Coquetto, K r a n c e - (NljA) -Dark-haired, black-eyed llaiy. (Penny; nidfway, wife of Gen." Matthew B. nidswny, cuc- ccsspr t'j General Kisenhowcr as European defense chief, is too busy,,organizing her now home at SHAf't headquarters to allow i n n f j time for social activity right ·ow, . or the time boinif--except for tile general';, inspection trips--; ihe's slaying close lo the NATO commander's " c o m p o u n d " a t M«rnrs-la-Coqiictte, near Paris. But'like any other American In i lot of plans.' "I'm looking forward In the day when I run visit all the museums," she says. "Guess I'll have lo wear 'my low-heeled shoes." She'd like lo a t t e n d classes In one of the famous Parisian art schools, too. Penny has always heen inlcresled in painlinp,. although she never had much t i m e to study it u n l i l recently. Her friends say she has real l a i c n t for landscapes and still l i f e ; Penny isays she "adores" French imprcs- r.lonism. She'd like to master the nrt of French cooking. , And, come Fall, shr'rl l i k e In co shopping for some real P a r i s i a n One year they look t h e wrons streetcar and f i l l e d up on air from another sp,!ion. When they j?nt hark to a iiinall inn and were iavins a cinKcralc, they took out )f a i r and found t h a t a ^ nominating speech by a south- i western horned load had become ·deed in the cover. They pricrt loose, but it was slippery, got' I away from them and spread 1 the dining room, a s t a n d i n g ovation NIW ORLEANS PORT ARTHUR Foi For,., toutn oml Pullnmi tinrvallonl Coll E. C. Sugg, Agent, Silaom Springs 319 ;wcre resting. Perdu jays t h a i he has noticed I trated weekly f e a t u r e d a picture of the Supreme Commondcr's w i f e signing an autograph on his bf-k w h i l e he himself was bending over':','"",'" .. the golden book at Ste.' x Mere-Kglise. The daughter of n nrosperoup Richmond, Va., fanner. Penny grew up in Sliver .Spring. M d ' . in semi-military atmosphere. H c r j ' ' w n ; v . older sister, with whom she lived .I?"'TM' 5 '. l n l ° ! works with the N a t i o n a l Guard rhmi " K n t n u r r a u om l w n c 'S' lr 5 l o c Indians. A . Wan 'Efficient 1 SecrcUrr |liirl l h a l =° l ^ l(1Kn « i over the h a r | Regarded at t h e Pentacnn when | l ' rnl " !nl 14 v " lce TM tK "'"" t h e ! she worked there as a "very : "°" r whc " ? some of t h p P»Kfma e f f i c i e n t " secretary, Penny is also a He:h]y competent housewife. She washes and sets her own hair, is her own best manicurist, and is doing as much as she can to t r a n s form the house al Marnes-la-Co quelte i n t o her own idea of a j home for her husband and t h e i r j Ihrre-ycar-nM son. M a t t , .Ir. I Former guest rooms have been | changed i n t o a nursery and r o o m i for l i t l l e Malt's Nisei nurse, Betty i Watanabc, who came w i t h t h e m ' from Tokyo. Another room w i l l ! become a study. The general h a s . ordered there will be no changes' in the drapes and furnishings. ! The household also Includes n [ ·ook, butler, housoboy nnd t h e ; general's orderly. Later. Penny hopes to get a Frenchwoman as personal maid to do the sewing-and t a l k French with her and young i\latl. Penny is * (food hariniinton player, and plays a game or two In the evening w i t h the general when he eels back from headquarters. Washington friends remember «he was very interested in ice skating, too, but it doesn't ook like there'll he much chance or t h a i al the moment. FOR GOVERNOR Qualified by HONESTY * MATURITY ABILITY* EXPERIENCE roiitiMi id piid for by Jmcit noli. Jr., i.mie IUwK) Bargain Days -HALL TIRE CO. 39 E. 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