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T1MB, HMIIHMHIHMHIHHIIHIIMHllllllllllHIHMIIlim HIMIIUJIIimillllMIIIIIMIII Society m MRS. KATHLKN OOZIU millllHIIIIIHIIItllllMMIIIiiiiiliiiiniii .nnililli, IIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIimilMll ,,, ,,,, Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . U.C.T. and A u x i l i a r y , Civlr Clubrnoms, 7 Washington I-odcc One, Masonic Hall 7-3n Oiark Mudhcns. Mrs. U n h u r t Shackleinrd, T-Ar, "The Whitehcnderl Hoy." University Thcaici, 8 Saturday . . . "The Whltohenrteil nny," U n i v e r s i t y Thcnter, Daughters Of Demeter Entertain At 4-H House Dessert Party Compliments Bride Elect :DearierrWilson : Vows Said Af Benfonville The Indies associated w i t h the* Southern Regional Training Program for Extension Workers, were guests of the Daughters of De- rheler at the 4-H Club home. Wednesday aflcrnoon. . Mrs. Karl Williams welcomed thc guests at Ihe door. Thc receiving line was composed of Mist Dorolhy Price. Mrs. F. M. Mcadc Mrs. John Tyler Caldwcll, Mr..! Bcnlonvlllc-(Spcclal)-In a cere Lipperl S. Ellta. Mrs. Oernld Hud- mony performed at the omo oj «m and Mrs. Dwlght Isely. j Mr. nd Mrs. Charles I."w.-on Hostesses In the living room j Miss Bonnie Wilson, daurihlcr of were Mrs. V. H. YounR, Mrs. John : Claude Wilson imd Ihe I n t o Mrs White. Mrs. Warren fjifforil, Mrs. i Wilson of Centerion became the Btrnelt Sure, Mrs. Victor Walls, | bride of Jack Denrlcn, son of Mr Mrs. C. G. Lincoln, Mrs. Joe Cov- I »nit Mrs. U. B. Donrlon Dcnlon- ffiSton and Mrs. T. C. Carlson. j vlllc. The wedding took place : Refreshments were served In Wednesday aflcrnoon, nt 2:30 tfie dining room, decorations for ' '~ Miss Ann Wiggans. bride elect '·' Ur. John Sugg, was complimented Wednesday evening at a t.r.'.scrt bndjie and canasta parly, ive:, by Mi-:. John Skilk-rn and |'r d.-MiKhtcr. Miss Mary John .ulIiTn, ,n their home. The refreshment table was centered w i t h a bowl of p i n k double ictunlas. Mrs. Bess Kcll Bnynton pou.cd and V,,. c. B. Wigeans, mother of the honoree, served. Bridge a n d canasta winners were Mr,. Hill Simmons of Siloam S[r!nju, onri Mrs. V/ifigans. Miss Wiggaiu. G i f t s were^prc^ ^mort on a large hsnd paintc-l I r.-'.v. a gift of , n e hostesses. This sti". e · P i n k a n d tiSlfTM"*TM*'TM^ ]' Picnic Supper j Compliments ! Mrs. Dabncy ] A picnic supper wa« held last | night at the C. A. Marshall home ! on Scquoyah Drive, in honor of | Mrs. Hazel Dabney of Pine Bluff. Fordyce Women To Visit Here In Support Of Murry For Governor who is associate secretary of i Wesleyan Guild of the Little Rock Conference and is a t t e n d i n g the A caravan of women from the*V. omen's committee for Ike Murry I «'· his home town in Fordyce will bo. in Fayelleville Tuesday. The women are on a threo-day lour or Central and Northwest A r k a n - sas in behalf of Murry's candi- ^..,,.,, : dacy for governor. ichool of missions, in session this · Th e caravan will leave Fordyce veek on Ml. Sequoyah. Mrs. Dab- j ejr 'y Monday and will make stops ney js · former resident of Fay- in Morrillon, Russellvilie, Clarks- .etteville and was a member of | v l l l e " nd V a n Buren. They vill tne_FayettcvlIle school faculty. |spend the night in Fort Smith. Tuesday the women will '· in Tori Smith, Fayetteville. Others a l t e n d i n g tht were Miss Elba Jolinso.,"~Miss Hazel Johnson, M i s ., Rachel "liver, Mrs. Margaret Lee, Miss I earl Porter, Miss Eleanor Quinn Miss Kthel Smith. Mr. and Mrs' f l o y d Backslrom, Mrs. Edith Holt Miss Minr. M a r - j , A s and Eureka Springs. They will n*n/-l tv,,, _:_i.i _ . -,, B h,n spend the night at Harrison and will work in Harrison and Conway Wednesday. The women, carrying while wilh the gubernatorial 3. 1 ,,,.', j'^i Henderson-Rollins Engagement Told Mrs. Bohc Honored With Party At Home Of Sister derson to Herschel Rol'ljns son of Mr and Mrs. T. E. Rollins of Wheeler, is announced bv hef mother. Mrs. Velvia Henderson of Fayeltcville. The wedding w i l H be an ev i candidate's name on them, will work through the business dis- Iricl and as much of the residential area as possible in each cily. Most of the women are housewives who have known Murry since his boyhood days in Kor- dyce. They are working on a voluntary basis to promote Murry's campaign for governor. Announcements ; Hor»eb«k Ride and Brenkfut j Members of the Northwest Ar- i kansas Riding club ;,nd their Kuesls will meet at the Show : Grounds Sunday morning at 6 : o clock, for a horseback ride to i the Donald Tackett home. A Dutch treat breakfast will be prepared I or the outdoor fireplace. Thosa i coming by car should be at the i pckett home by 7 o'clock. Mem- ' birs should notify Mrs. Charles' Gordon, telephone 1S57-M, if they : plan to attend. , Personals which consisted of gladioli. I'rc- llding at thc table were Mrs. Cnrl Hancock. Mrs. a. W. Sleln- !*ucRgc, Mrs. Virgil Fielder, and o'clock. The double ring service, read bv the llcv. Hubert F,. Poarcc. pastor of Ihe Methodist church, was performed before a white satln-cov- less served a Concert Slated Af Inspiralion Point Dr. Vera McNair. i orort prlc-dleu. The wrourht iron Also scrvlnr In Ihe dining room I "rch In the background was en were Mrs. Karl Allen, Mrs. Pnul Smith, Mr;. J. O. V/nrti, Mrs. Fred , . . . , . Whllehead, Mrs. .1. C. .Gllbrenlh, Jr., Mrs. P. C. Sandal, and.. Mr«. J. P. Fulton. ..... :·. :; :, ; Members of the 4-H Club In- v)t«l th* fuests on i lour of tholr htime. twined with fern and w l i l l e ' n a l l n bows. Matching wrought i i u n floor vases held nrninicmcnis c,i Mrs. H. C. Hankins, 317 North College Avenue, is a patient at the County Hospital. Hoyt McDanlcl, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. McDaniel of 20 North Duncan Street, has entered the Aircraft School at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. Winners at b were Mr-: Brvr Uick Yiieger, Other guests H o l l a n d , m rs and | Sive thc third in a series of six i vesper concerts at the" Colony outdoor Tabernacle, at 4 p m I ^ hese Sunday vesper concerts are i Mrs. R. T. Eubanks has returned from Fort Smith, where she attended prenuptial parties for he, sister-in-law. Miss Thelma F. Eubanks. Miss Eubanks is to be mar- Mr-"A"i.' n i"i"i.'i u r D a n Holland.' nrpsontcd with the compiiments'of i Los M,,. A i r n i M Eden, Mix Norwood I . lh «., F ' n * . Art' Colony, and the r V - · V ' Mr- h .'"h, uio hoi Kitchen Shower' Compliments Miss Wiggans :Mlu Elizabeth Ann Wlngans, bflde-elect of Dr. John Sugg, was complimented Tuesday evening at «!kt*chen shower, given by Mrs. M. Joe Holmes and Miss Mary Stirbrough at the Scarbrougii hfcme, 8J3 Highland Street. ; Preceding the precentillon of lifts, t« towels were embrold- TteA anrt jlven ( a " t h e rionoree. CtueiU wore Miss Msj-v: John Skillorn, Miss Jnnlc rsuillvnn, M'ss Barbara Ellis. Miss Norma Stubbleficld, Mrs. Robert Potcr- sin, Mrs. Oliver Ferguson, Miss Richol Kucchenmelstcr, Miss K»thleen Reid and Mrs. Thomas Pf arson, Jr. 'HofrcEhmcnls of punch and cake were served, concluding thc p«rly. Those who assisted in «*ving were mothers of the hosl-j r^ies, Mrs. Hugh R. Scarbrough' mid Mrs. E. M. Colcman. Children's Workshop Begins Second Week -The Children's Saturday Workshop, sponsored hy thc Ozurk Ciur.cil of Artists-and Craftsmen, asters and on cither nlde placcd candelabra set w i t h white tapers. Escorted lo t h e n l t a r bv her f n t h e r . Ihe bride was downed In a ballerina l e n u t l i drew of white- nylon w i l h a filled lace bodice, and 11 lace peplum. She wore a lon K - sleoved bolero type lace jacket and her l o l l brim hat was white s n l l n , oulllned in seed pearls She currier] a w h i t e Bible topped with red roses, with while satin streamers attached. Miss Shirley Wilson. sHcr of thc bride, was maid of honor. She , ,-· . u . ,, s ,nr was attired in a gold nylon sheer ! lo bo held J u l y and w i t h white necessaries! corsage was of while c,,i,,mi,ms Wayne Coffelt served thc bridegroom us best man. Miss Marjorie M.-ison. pinni.it played "O Promise Me" as the candles were being lighted bv Mr and Mrs. I.nwson. The traditlomil """.-UMI. i in: U i t r i i n o m i l ^^^^^^ wedding marches were played be- I K . , . . .. 7^^'?S I r;hc W . PlllkAndBlM ftower Honors Mrs. Courtney - - · - ' i i l f l V Y T J U U I i , , L. Thomas. Mri P u b l | c is Invited '"s. Duron Nickel!.' Each Wednesday night a con- Inson, mother of I S ert ls R | v TM at 8 o'clock, at the and her sister, Miss , "tornado. These programs fea- lure the orchestra, the opera company, chamber music ensembles j nnd i n s t r u m e n t a l and vocal soloists. 1hei:e arc also given w i t h o u t I charge, and the public is invited. Goshen H.'D. Club Schedules Picnic The Goshen Home Demonstration Club met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Lcla Tisdale wilh Mrs. Esther Burl as co-hostess. The meeting opened wilh a Prayer, given by Mrs. John Guinn. This was followed by the song, "Sweet Hour of Prayer," conducted by the song leader, Mrs. Mary Freeman, and the devotion. ;;iven by M rs Tisdale anrt taken from the "Book of Acts." Thc poem of the month, read by Mrs. Mildred McCowan. was "Sound Effects In Church," and thc picture of the month, Mr. and Mr Cash Shortage j Is Widespread! Washington -{/p)- If you were : short of cash this week y o u ! weren't alone. The government, says money in circulation declined ' $32,000,000,OCO during Ihe seven- I day period ending J u l y 9 The Federal Reserve Board reported 1 yesterday the drop was caused by i cash flowing back into banks '. after the July 4 weekend. Still i n ' circulation: $29,148,1)011.000. . Former Resident Here Forms In Colifornio Garner Pardue, former resident of Fa.vetlcville and a cousin or Mrs. Bill Williams, is the subject of a recent article in the Klngs- Recorder in Kiiigsburg HE HAS A "HOT FOOT" FOR IKE-There'. i long, long trail a-wmding between New York and Chicago, and Abraham Nathason, of Brooklyn, K. Y., covered every mile of it on foot. It took: the Eisenhower admirer 33 days to tramp the trail leading to the Republican KationaJ Convention. . ... v .ininjicf HnCI t a l l , Dclnna Wilkinfon K.K.G. Alumnae Completes Plans For Rush Party Kappa Kappa Gamma n l u m n a c ini'l last niBht In the home of Mrs ""Her J. Richards, 1052 West Dicksun Street. D u r i n K the busi- "«s meeting, plans were completed, for a summer rush party r- r* '^'iii^.sourg Lalif., where he now makes his home. He is farming a total of 1 . 375 acres of land, most of which he rents for $55,000 a year--the acreage consisting of 565 alfalfa «0 cotton, and 360 permanent pasture. He ,ucenlly purchased Kenneth Hankins 160 acres of land lo improve jf St. According to the storv his m-P* formerly of Spring- | on I equipment is worth $80 OOo" and he employs 10 men in addition to two baler crews He h married and has one son Flier Kills Nurse, Two Hospital Guards And Takes Own Life Af Houston, Texas dale, arrived Wednesday for , visit here with Mr. Hankins' par jjnts, Mr. and Mrs. H. c. Han- Miss Mr Ted !or I J' J'lio, Mrs. Shelby Irby and Mrs ' M. L. price are in charge of arrangements for the parly. Concluding th c evening, refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted hy Miss Helen Charlotte Ann Ferrel o Oraveite, Ark, and Mr. and Mrs A. W. McMurtrey, Sr.. of Poteau Ukla were overnight guest; Tuesday night of Mr. and Mrs Event E. Campbell, 808 Vandeventer. They were here to attend the bridal shower for Miss Jeannine Campbell, bride-elect of Wmficld McMurtrey, Jr., Tuesday evening by Miss mony, a rcropljoii was held at the borne of the bridegroom's parents. The linen covered serving table w.-is centered w i t h a two- tiered wedding calte, topped w i t h a m i n i a t u r e bride and (jrnnm. Tall white candles in cryslal candcl- nbrn were placed on c i t h e r side Fruit |, u ,,,.j, ,,,,,., .,,.,,.,,, ,,.,,!, ,| , cake. For travel, Mrs. De;irien ehnsi « navy blue nylon ...hccr w i t h while accessories, and n white Hay's home on n their wed- w l l l be at , N.W. . a , will begin its second week tomor- V i s j t j n n P r n f r « i ^ n r Tn a. m. to A p. m., at j ,-. . ^ ' I O I C S i 0 r 10 roV from 10 . ,,. ., thi Sally Runquist property near L«kc Fayetteville, Highway 71, nqrth. Crafts last week included freehand drawing, pottery, and dra- mitics. Swedish folk dances and sohgs, taught In English and Swedish, and directed by Mrs. L.^J. Carr of Spring-dale, were also P»rt of the day's activities. Tomorrow, children w i l l draw, stint, sing, act and make punch owls. There w i l l also he a group *'ho will play thc sons f l u t e , led ' jy Mrs. E. L. Way of Harmon. : thc lunch period, t h e r e I MMNIS THE MENACE Heard In Rcalal i Mlsehn Mellcr. v l s l t l n c professor at the U n i v e r s i t y , will g i v e ' a | piano recital Sund.iy al 4 iun. i,, . t h e A r t s Center Concert H a l l II | will be open to the public w i t h o u t admission charge. Mr. Mellcr studied al the In s t l t u t c of M t K i c a l Art in'Nctv Y o ' t - w i l l , the rcnnwn-d teacher. Carl Fnerlbcrg. and ;1 f,er coni|)lelin,' the course there spent five veari w i t h the great Knropean p i a n h t A p i n k and blue shower comp l i m e n t i n g Mrs. Glenn Courtney given last night |jy \i li( Hochier a t M i s lissioi, Avri,,.|,. I C'i.iiiu-s v.-ere played, a f U r which MLS. Courtney received a num- bci of g i f t , . Hefrcshmcnts of c».l.ii-;:. n u t s and ininch were |M-ru-tl by t h e hostesses, conclud- I ' U K the evening. i Mrs. K i t longer Guesr Of t l k i n s H. D. C l u b i The E l k i n s Home nemonstrn- tion Club mel at the home nf Mrs Hob Fmibus w i l h Mrs. Otis Phelan as cn-hnitns«. The mooting onen- i ed hy siiifii,,,. "My Country Tis Of I Ibec." a f t e r w h i c h t h e d e v o t i o n ! w.'is given by Mrs. ,lj n , Curler i nnri all repeated The lord's Porter and bridge. given Pearl Mrs. Pearle Trow- Ira F. East, Jr.. of General Mills, Inc., Fayetteville, and Carl Henson of Henson Feed store Prairie Grove, are two of 54 natcherymen, druggists, produce and feed dealers who will coma five-day dealer f r a l i by Mrs. Duanna Langham. Mrs. Burl was in charge of thc program on "The making of rugs." Mils Baker, assistant Home Demonstration agent, gave a demonstration on ironing shirts and t on hanging clothes to prevent wrinkles. Mrs. Irene Langham received the myslery package and Mrs. Marlene Pray and Miss Baker received game prizes. The nexl c l u b meeting will be a picnic at Tisdale Ford. Mrs. Fray w i l l be hostess. There were 12 members present and two guests, Miss Baker and Mrs. O. R. Finlcy, who became a new member. Births er. 1'orins were rearl In- Mrs Neva J"m-s and Mrs. Wude Rarrow followed by the business meeting .·mil display of homcrnndo articles "Mdc- by Mrs. I'helan. Mr. W i l l i e Mr. .nd Mrs. Tom Kiubus Mr. and Mrs. Tom Faubus of Canon Creek, announce the birth °' a snn - Jul 5' H, at the City "ospltal. ,!. ( !.".f hc £ E(U TM' '·"I"''" 1 '', i" ^'"kTMbui.v. Mrs. nrnshears. MiJs ·linor and Mrs. Kanbiis R i / l s from their ··secret . . n s ,. 01 ,," 1; !"''- °" r c t u r n i i i g to the h i s K "«' innrr Hell n-ci-iv fi it-mi Mrs. Shirley Jones was w pri;-e^ went to Mrs. Clara White'' Mrs I l l l l i e 1,,-e G r i f f i t h and Mrs' "ill G i l l i a n ) . Twenty f o u r members were pic.senl imd oiie guest, Mrs. Francis K i t U - n g e r of A l t o n , H|. Host- e.s.se.s MTV.HI n dessert plate. Meadow Valley Club crkiins ] 0 Guests ].TM.TM rlnw Vullry Cluh met ·'· W. Thomp M ,n was co- s. ami there were 23 mem- · m . l 10 guests pres-cnt. ii :i iJ 1 : i l v 'I'lne Hakor, assistant Home nrainnMr.ilioii agent R|1V « d,'nH,i,Mr.,lio n on the right n ,,H wa.vs lo h a n g ,,,,( elolbes M", ·" S"" n " 1 ' llnrl of ironing a M i s . Cms llr-nbcM had the de- 11 iind Mr:.. Ge.-rge Herrv ihe iniciii, "I H a v e To 1 ive · S wi"t'l" ; -" ' K "" ''"" "'" s """ Fair Committee was up. 'I ;i M i " . A r t h u r M a i l . Mrs. : i"i-s. Sam Moore and F n l l i . w i n i : t h e m.Tlllll!. II .vhnwiT i'- 1 - iiiven for Mrs. Mike A r d i - - 1 m«gni. who was reeenlly mauled ! II w a s a n n o u n c e d t h a t the n o x t i cling of t h e c l u b \vlll be helH ' with Mrs. Mcllrlde. 1 Mr. nd Mrs. John Treat | Mr. and Mrs. John Treat of l Hinrisville, announce the birth of ! a son, July 11, at the County Hospital. . Mr. nd Mrs. Eugene Harrison j Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Garrison '· of Wesley, announce the birth of ! a daughter, July n, a, thc County Hospital. management. This school held from July 7 through July 11 at Dr. Salsburv's Laboratories, Charles City, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Eoff of 720 Douglas Street had as (heir recent, guests, their daughter anrt, son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. F. S I Leonard, Sr., of Little Rock; Mrs W. D. Pace of Flippin, Ark · S B. Wingale and Howard Eoff and son, Doyne, of Rogers: S. I,. Hipps of Vinita, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Orval Sewell and their daughter, Sammy, of Sand Springs, Okla · Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Baker and daughter, Sandra, and son, Michael, of Longview, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Felton of Tcxarkana, Ark.; Reuben's sister Helen, of Mariana, Ark. N«w P.rty Formed SSfr.SS'LS «uTMa e sa'a BarrachinJisjrhairman. iamonrt West Virginia University's golf team has a home winning streak °, " m ?'*es broken by Pm s -, burgh tins spring. Houston. Texas-W)-A flier kill-* ed a pretty student nurse and i two hospital guards who came to I her aid last night, then sent a I bullet into his own brain. Thc , outburst of gunfire began about ! 10 p. m. at the Memorial Hospital j Nurses' Home here, witnesses ^aid j The dead: j Miss Caroll Cooper. 21. j u n i o r ; nursing sludcnl from Culman, Ala. i Robert Peterson, 64, a guard, of | Houston. J. C. Fair, 69, also a guard. Capt. Renard Haywood, 34, of Ellington Air Force Base. The shooting started when Captain Haywood appeared on the second floor nf the nurse's home. Men visitors are not allowed there. He made his way in by threatening a hostess downstairs with a pistol, witnesses said. Half a dozen student nurses who TT r duced by n elect re ^ n c i e c t r i c bun bulb. Baby condors remiin in th , h e n e S t girls said, and used various tricks ' --such as pretending t h a t he was a member of her f a m i l y and t h a t someone was ill--to get a chance Indestructible Man Within us all (hero ""·ells a deep conviction, often unexplained, that life milst nave a meaning and be safe from final harm. Thoughtful s t u d y of the Bible m the new light of the Christian Science IcMbook SCrE.\CE ,nl HEALTH «"lk Kf, ,,, ihe Scripture, !r i"»r, n.i pr Edd , .* «vcal, ,he Science of Life aTM of sansfaclory living. Both books may be read or obtained at CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM Corner Forrnf pnd Lafaytn* 3 P.M. to 5 P. M. Each day except Sunday* and Holidays Mr. and Mrs. Billy Plumlee .Mr. and Mrs. Billy Plumlee of Springd.ilc. announce the b i r t h of « son, July 10, at the County Hospital. LI. Carl E. Jackson, Medic Service Corps, USN, with h wife. Rita, and their son, .letter have arrived in Pearl Harbo' T. H., where Lieutenant Jackso is assigned to the Fleet Denla Division al Headquarters, Com mander Service Force, U. S. Pa cific Fleet. Mrs. Jackson is th daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. H I Jeffers of 103 South Dunca Avenue. Lt. and Mrs. William R. Staple ton o( Sh«w Air Base. S. C., are here for a few days visit w i t h hfs parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W Slaplelon. An oulstanding flavor--Junge's Roman , Meal Bread. 11-19-tl l» Ue TIMES--It pin. Washington County YOUTH for CHRIST I l Ewry*l Saturday Nighl July 12, 8 P.M. Second Biplisf Church Foy*tt«vilU Ivongalitr Rilph H, DividSM Speaker · A Dynamic tvang«(jil · A former tucmtful ·UllfWll FTtQfl Wltn ff m*! HEAR! SEE! CONGRESSMAN Boyd Tackett HE WILL MAKE A SPECTACULAR ARRIVAL HELICOPTER Congressmen Tackett Will Discuss Real Issues in His Race for Governor AT FAYETTEVILLE, 8 p.m. SATURDAY, July 12 Pol. Ad p.M !,,

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