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July 12, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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NORThWfST MKANSAS TIMB, MB. KATHION DOZMt iiiiiiiiiiniiintiiniimniiiiiMiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiHHHniiN Daily Calendar of Events Saturday . . . Horseback Ride And Breakfast, Show Grounds, 6 ». m. Mischa Meller Piano Recital, University Concert Hall, ^ Monday . . . B. P. W. C., Ferguson's, 6:30 Hi EL Club, Clubroom, 7 Washington Lodge One, Masonic Hall, 7:30 , Mechau Balladiers, University Concert Hall, 8 THIS 'N' THAT ~~ ABOUT TOWN KATHLEEN DOZIER Noticeable this week has been the interest shown in the Republican Convention. TV and radio parties have occurred regularly this week, taking the place of evening bridge or canasta sessions and other social gatherings. Dallas and John McNair have been joined each evening by those interested in the presidential nomination. Others who have shared their , sets are the Walter Jollys, the Glenn Sines, Bruce Lunsfords, Glenn Ricketts, ond Margaret and Lee Cantrell. At the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Fowler, two groups of the League of Women Voters gathered Thursday night for the program. Another wife is joining the ranks of those making their residence in Germany. Frances Bohe left yesterday for New York and will sail from there for f-'rank- furt, Germany, where husband, Stanley, is stationed. Her sister, Bonnie Hcinrichs, entertained for her Thursday evening, Mildred ond Buren Nickell hod an ice cream supper' for her, her mother, Mrs. Roxie Wilkinson, and other members of the family were guests. Making the trip to New York with Frances are the Tom Wilkinsons, her mother, and her sister, Delora Wilkinson. Leaving New York, they will continue their trip in the East and Canada, returning home in about two weeks . . . Also taking off for Canada this weekend, is Fred Kozenek. He will go . first to Spokane, Wash., where he will visit his par. ents and other relatives. He will be met there by Helen ond Denny Schafer and will return with them to their home in Calgary, Al.berta, Canada. Helen, who is the mother of twin sons, was recently named "Homemaker for Today," on o national Canadian network, because "She contributes much to the Canadian way of life." Helen attended school here in Fayetteville ond before going to Canada, she taught at the University. Denny too attended the University, graduating from the College of Engineering. Four girls from the local chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma are attending the 1952 biennial convention, which opened Thursday night at The Homestead, Hot Springs, Va. They are Joan Rauch of Little Rock; Martha Miller White of West Memphis; Mary Virginia Harrell of Forrest City, and Edith Ann Hendricks of Horatio, president of the Fayetteville chapter. The convention opened with the President's Dinner and Mrs. Edward F. Ege of Pittsburgh, Pa., national president, presiding. Several local couples have been in St. Louis this week and leaving tomorrow for St. Louis are Feriba and David McNair and Mauds ond Fred Hawn. The foursome plan on seeing some baseball and take in a a show or two. Sylvia and Jerome McRoy ore expecting a visit from Morion Ford Anderson and son, Warren, sometime next week. En route from their home in Redland, Calif., they will stop in Fort Smith, for a few days with Bess Porter and Maraaret Brodie] before driving on up here . . . Lela and "Bill Hodnett down from Lincoln, III., are in their summer home located on South Mountain, and are visited each weekend by son, Frank Scott of Tulsa . . . Duckie and Wayne Ashley of Indian Rocks Beach, Fla., are visiting at the Gene Goff's and with other friends. They are formerly of Fayetteville . . .-Alberta and Charlie Stone are expecting Lucille Wilson of Blytheville, ond Dimple Durr of Hot Spirngs, to arrive tomorrow fora visit. Parties Include Out-Of-State Guests Groups From Other Slates Entertained At Arkansas Party' About 251) persons attended ,,, Arkansas parly for Southern re Kional extension last ni((hl at J,ak of servlnx of a uthern re- [ ! 0 ! 5 ,* lv : n iGail Coope ,m. Ulanta, jn I barbecued dinner, ' ("J .'.,«, P)a nrp borbccucd dinner. I *~ m «'' iAlnCC, .. ...... ,, ... ,. . nml the group went from the lake 1 1*-.. A f site to Dream Valley Dude Ranch I ICCIl-AtC VjfOUD for Millari* danrini I ^ for square dancing. The lingers Chamber of Com-! A teen-age dance ht vf*itM hh family ta Lo» Angeles. En route, h« rutted "fell brother-in-law »nd «lff«f, Lt.'C"«l and Mrs. C. C. Young, »nd hi* nephew and niece, Cipt. ind Mn» James D. Thomas, ill of El P»ip Tena.1. . -^' Arkansas mime uemoiiMrauon I . " " "" "· " Agents Association, and lh» Ar-! "Mhments of cookies and cold kansas Cnunly Agents Association i " r ' nk wre served. sponsored the parly. Jiepiwnia-l Guests included Helen lives of 22 states and foreign conn-! Ciraham, Kaycille Woodruff, ScoU tries were present in addition to a i tin and Sandy Dozicr Carolyn large Arkansas delegation. j Webster. Rulhy Jolly, Caroline W. F. Spivey was loaxtmaster j 1-ewls. Charlotte .Waggoner. Joan for ihe program, with Madge E. Blnnkcnshlp, R e e k y Kincald, and been assigned to Tort Di* 1, : J., for duty with the Ninth Infan- M i r i e 1 lry nivi ' io ". commanded by Mai. """" Gen. Homer W. Kiefer. Announcements In the above picture are, from left to right, Mrs. Wylie Kinard, Colorado City, Texas. Mrs. Fred Stevenson, Sr., El Paso, Texas, Mrs. Chester Jones, Colorado City, Mrs. Emory K. Gosc of Fort Worth, W VUiMt nf r- i T '" ""·' c """'y n "» home demon- Cooper; ^^tpffifp 8 rots n ,^ s r'pir^ h hi s i£r^,wsr ^Churct TheXv^ SlT. ^^K* ?^\%£X?TM "^-^" her. brother of the bride, offiei- Cnldwell, self-styled "newest A r - j J ""'"'· . ated at Ihe double ring service . fcnnsawyer here," welcomed Ihe I " before the church altar, decorated i Kl '" u .'. on I 30 ' 1 " 1 ' o( ll e University with baskets of salmon colored i a " d lhc ttalc ' and while gladioli. . | n l v f y . '"'rnducefl the delega- Mrs. Lynn C. Smith at the piano, j represent at iv'eV 3 rc^pondi'ng' "bv played a .program of wedding singing the state songs, making music, and Miss Janic Srnilh, cousin of the bride, played a violin solo, "At Dawning." Jinimic Personals HuilnrM An* Women The B.P.w.C. business and dinner will be held Mondiy evening at «;30 o'clock. short talks, or standing to be reels Ihe fourth a n n u a l [ ,--__ ^ CTsHftll "V Mrs. W. F. Thotnns has returned i There will be memorial «er"fce« from DeQueen, where she attend- held at the Mt. Salem Church, th* ed funeral services Tuesday afternoon for her brother-in-law, the mi .MJJU, /\i uawniiiK. jinimic i nis is Ihe fourth a n n u a l ' '' ^ Jlmp s T. Paisley. From there Jones sang "Because" and "I Loye I Southern regional conference to I . .^ vcr !' ; " ! ' !t; "' Hock, with the last Sunday In July. You Truly." The bride, given in marnagc'n.v . her father, wore a ballerjna length ' , t c o e« f g r l c u l , gown of white lace over white ; lt! , )01 .,«| , his confcrenc,. is !a ge,' salm, fashioned with fitted bodice, j than several others held in various buttoned down the front with ' p a i l s of the country Ihis year, in' ' Arkansas, and has I '"mily 'nr a brief visit before re- attendance of turning home. - J.lpperl S. Ellis, 'ollege of Agrlculttii self-covered bultons, a small ] eluding those in the East,' Peter-Pan collar nnd bouffant | ·" · skirt. Her fingertip veil of illusion : n . hung from a Juliet cap of while | r i g jLlppgr Planned lace, matching her'lacc mitts. She! n hite I D ; Event E. Campbell has returned from California where he attended the Fourth of July Arkans"s picnic at Fullerton. While there EVERYTHING FAYETTEVILLE IRON m*4 METAL CO, AVI. Jodie, hove just returned from a trip through Texas, New Mexico and Oklahoma. They visited in Houston, Littlefield ond'in Amhurst, Texas, where they were entertained by Lou and Mac McDaniel, formerly of Fayetteville, and from there went on to Santa Fe Albuquerque and Carlsbad, N. M. . . . Elizabeth and Bob Bogort left the early part of the week for San Antonio, Texas. carried a bridal bouquet of w glamellia lied -with white ribbon i streamers. , Miss Maxinc Hultz was maid of I ! honor and Miss Helen Lower was ; bridesmaid. Both wore ballerina length frocks of aqua and yellow eyelet and matching .Juliet caps and mitts. Their flowers were peach and salmon colored fllamcl- lias, tied with pink and green ribbon. Miss Frances Smith, cousin of the bride, was flower girl. Serving the bridegroom as fccsl Mrs. Carl I.nney was hostess to | he Combs Chapel Home nemon- iSlrallon Club at her home Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. There were 14 members present with Mrs. Opal Stevens and Mrs. Bill Brookj, as guests. Mrs. Brooks became a new member. The meeting was opened by the members repeating the Lord's Prayer, followed by group sing- inK. noil call was answered with "Something new I have learned VA Distaffers had their families ond guests for a picnic given in the picnic area Thursday night on the VA grounds. About 90 persons were served. Mrs. . ________ ,, ............. George Ernst was in charge and those assisting were The cou ' jle lnft immediately "*' "" " short weddin ' f bride's parents, nnd party, the Miss Joan Elliott, sister of the bridegroom, Mrs. l.aney received the mystery package and game prizes wen won by Mrs. Brooks, Mrs. Collins Slarncs and Mrs. Dotson Lewis. During the business meeting.'! I P'ans .wore completed for a pie from Corsicana. Mrs. Hultz and Mrs. Lester Me- ; · " · - ..... * ----- ^' ··" « KIC Christian presided at the table ' ; i " n r er to be given by the club,. which was rentered with while] ,* I7 ' | and peach colored gladioli, flank- I J "" ncxt meeting will be at the I cd b homc °' Mrs - Arvil Dill, Aufruit j cd by burning candles. Mrs. Ned Soyles, Mrs. Hubert Mitchell and Mrs John Kane. Guests included Dr. and Mrs. Roland Reed, Dr. and Mrs. Walter Kearney, the Rev. and Mrs. J.' W. Butler, the Rev. Edward Mai joy, the Glen Hendricks, ond Austin Chandler, all of Fayetteville, and Dr. and I Mrs. Samuel Stubbs of Springdale, Voilet Ree'Wil- banks, Monroe, La., Ara Lee Yingling of Searcy, Mrs. Charles Fors and children of Cincinnati, Ohio. The Distaffers plan their next meeting for August 14, at 7:30 p.m., in the Nurses Home. Glassware Fine China Gifts Housewares Catering to the Bride and Housewife LEWIS BROS. CO. Marriage Announced Mary Margaret and Joe Grumpier and son, DENNIS THE MENACE By Keteham after which they will make their ! home at !)I2 South Bolton Street, I Jacksonville. Texas For travel the bride wore a tailored green linen ' frock with while accessories. I Out of town Kiiests included ' Jimmy Jones, Knms, Texas; Jack Btoxom, Teaguc, Texas; the Itev. and Mrs. W. E. Danner of Oklahoma City, Okla.; and Mrs. A. R. Batson, Houston, Texas. Hi Si Pledges Entertained By Miss Pratt i Hi Si pledges were entertained ' at a "bunking" parly last n i g h l i at the home of Miss Sharon Pratt i on Hebecca Street. Pledges are Charlene Cox, Johnnie Mitchell, Carolyn Selle and Delora Wilkinson. ' This morning a breakfast was served by Miss Pratt, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Leonard Pratt. Coffee Honors Florida Visitor, I At Meenen Home i Mrs. If. .1. Meenon was hostess | al a coffee given yesterday morn- i mg at her home, honoring Mrs. | William Goldstein, who is visiting here fiom Miami, Fla., with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Lee. Brown and sea foam blue pottery .service was used at the table, whirh w/'is centered with an ,ir- i rangement of tiger lilies in a pot- ' lery bowl. Those assininc Ihe : hostess ware Mrs. Rrucc Crider, i Mrs. John Sample. Mrs. Arthur . I.inard. Mrs. Neta Moure and Mrs. Ufrn Artt'rbuin. FURTHER REDUCTIONS ON AIL OUR SALE SHOES! Values to $19.95 Values to $12.95 Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Elliott The wedding of MI S S Kvn P n - , ,,,,,, M ,s. Mub^ K^anner^John ': A,C V m'VavcUevine IjictaJDanner,, daURhlcr of Mr. W. K l l i n t i , son of Mr. and Mrs. J. friends fa - m " n '" c Mrs. W. K. Trotler of HI levins,! You arc cordially invited to see the t VAIL FASHIONS ARRIVING DAILY at the · Choose from Ihesc FIRST ARRIVALS. A smalt deposit reserves your choic* in our lavawav! ·PLUS CLEARANCE SUMMER HANDBAGS Values to $13.95 Values to $5.00

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