Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 14, 1952 · Page 2
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|_ HOtTUWliT AKANSAI TMB, AHtMMI, Mon* y , July 14, HSJ HIIMHHIIHIMMIIIIIIIII IIIIIIUIIHIIIHMUIIIIIIIIII MM. KATKUIN DOZIB MIIIIIHIIIIIMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllMIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . B. H. W. C, Fergur.on's. «:30 VI Si Club, Clubroom, 7 Washington Lodse One, Masonic Hall. 7:30 ..Merhau Balladicrs, Univenity Concert Hall, 8 .Tuesday , . . Oirl Scout Dancing, Central Presbyterian Church, B a. m. Tlons Club. Ferguson's, 12 K l w n n i j Club, Washington Hotel. 12 IM Summer Session Picnic, DA Campus, 4 Green Valley Club Picnic. Mn. January, 8:30 Sub Deb Club, Su;/ Cite, 7 Jvaval Reserve Composite Unit, Kason Building, 7 Order of Rainbow for Girls, Masonic H a l l , 7 S06th Military Government Group, 1124 \Vest Center 7-30 D.A.V., Legion Hut. 7:30 V.F. W. Auxiliary, Civic Clubroom, 7;.'ll) Hebekah Lodge, JOOF Hall, B with multi-colored crepe paper streamers, which created the cf- lect of a tent and of side show canopies, with balloons, posten, crepe paper hats and horns addm( to the scene. The r e f i m h m e n t booths, side show, gamp hoot!: and the f o r t u n e I leiler, c"innlcli?d the atmosphere I of c a r n i v a l caycty. Each riuhee had her f o r t u n e predicted by Mine. | Heart, the "Star and Crescent finr.fr." and paiticlpated in a h e n u t y contest. Other e n t e r t a i n m e n t was provider! by the sideshow, the Delta Penny Pitch game, and by tones which were sung by the active members. In the refreshment booths, pop- rnrn. peanuts, pink lemonade, ice cream and m i n i a t u r e hot dogs wnre served. The guest llr.t included Sylvia Fitzgerald, Kay Thompson, Roslta Varela, Sue Cooper, Barbara Wester, Lrjis Jean Smith, Susann a h Il.indy, J'atsy Thompson, Monty Roberts, Katherine Gray all of F-iyetteville; Carolyn Sagc-r and Shirley Henley of Harrison; Mary Eleanor Stafford and Nancy Jo Stcelc of Kpringd.il!; Sylvia Wong. Hong Kong, C h i n a ; Barbara Phillips, L i t t l e Hock; Doris Kales, Memphis, Tenn.; Shirley Umphries, Helena; and j Donna Sweet, Plncvllle, Mo. Wed In Afternoon Service Tri Delta Rush Party Features Carnival Scene The Fayetteville Alliance and active members of the Fayetteville chapter of Delta Delta Delta, entertained 20 guests at a rush party, «lven »t the home of Mrs. J e f f Duty, «12 Fairvlew, it »:30 a.m., Saturday. Bright colored posters, flags and balloons, decorating the front of the house, proclaimed the "Trl Delta Carnival" to arriving Inside the house, the l i v i n g room and dining room were decorated with a lace cloth and centered with an arrangement of white asters and daisies. The three tiered , wedding cake, topped with rose- j U/\f4/. ( r T n buds, was placed opposite the 1ll JjICjJ 10 punch bowl. Miss Betty McCoy was charge of the bride's book. For travel the bride wore a gray i The Ozark Mudhens met Friday dotted Swiss dress with pink anil ' night with Mrs. Hobart Shackle- white accessories, bridal flower In Mrs. Shackelford Hostess To Ozark Mudhens August I, at the ham* of Mrs. Dodson Lewis, with Mrs. Shackleford as program leader. Open House Held By Grange No. 826 The Zion-Oak Grange, number She wore her : ford. Seven members were prts-1 826, held open house at the Zion corsage. A f t e r ] cn ' and two visitors, Mrs. Willi School House, northeast of Fayetteville, last Tuesday. A cooper- a short wedding trip, the couple ' Goldstein of Miami Beach, Fla., will reside at 308'.i Button Street, l who is visiting here willi h e r - ' Oul of town guests- were Mr I t:au t rnt ", Mrs. Frank Lee, a n d i a t i v e dinner was served to about and Mrs. H. C. Hooker and daugh: Mrs - A - J - Nunnelly, Jr., who be- i " 5 members and guests, under the ters, Mary and Betty Mr and ! c n m c a new member of the club, supervision of Mrs. Jim Powell, Mrs. N a t h a n Hooker and daugh- i Mrs - E - c - Tnir y S^c the de-1 home economics chairman. i ter Lanell, and Emsley and Clar- v o t i o n "The Housewife's prayer," j Mrs. Eugene Eddy, lecturer, had " ' ' and Mrs. Shackelford read the I charge of the program. She pre- pocms, "Homesick" by Fronia j sented Doyle Clark and his Lazy , cnce Hooker, all of Hot Springs. Fort Smith Guests Entertain At DENNIS THE MENACE " ·*··· By Kctcham Mrs. Bill Dyer and Mrs. Claude Dyer nf Tulsa, who for the season, arc at t h e i r summer home west of the city, entertained there Saturday w i t h an afternoon bridge. Guests from Fort Smith, were Mrs. Jimmy Charles, Mrs. Jess Winner, Mrs. Frank Jones, Mrs. Gerald llouscr and Mrs. Clarence lllggins. Fayetteville guesls were Mr- Farlow Burl. Mrs. J. C. Gllbreath and Mrs. M. W. Fields. Mrs. Winner and Mrs. Fields received bridge prizes. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Neill McConnell --Photo by Anderson McConnell-Hooker Vows Said At Wiggins Methodist The wedding of Miss Doris Jean Hooker to Lloyd Neill McConnell was performed July 6 at 4 p. m.. at Wiggins Memorial Methodist Church. She iathe d a u g h t e r of M ! Benbrook Retires After 33 Years Service Employes of the Fayetteville Water Plant met Thursday eve- I ning in the office of Mayor Powell l Khca to honor Herbert H. Ben- I brook, who retired July 1, after 33 ! years with the City Water Plant. | The group presented him with a i wrist watch. | Mr. Benbrook. during the 33 ye.-irs, read water meters, missinq only one half a reading in 23 years, and since 1941 has operated the plant on Mt. Sequo.vah. Mr._ and Mrs. Benbrook have inuveu from their home on Mt. Sequoyah to their new home at Farmington. white orchid. Mrs. Very! Hutchcns of Prairie . Grove, attended her sister as mat- ' ron of honor. Bridesmaids were ! Mflhru FfltTliltf Miss Mary Sandlin and Miss Alice ! ' I a U F ' r a l l l l l 7 fash- ' and Mrs. Howard Hooker and he I Aumick. They wore frocks iasn- · r is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd : ioned like that of the bride in i fOr McConnell. The Rev. A r n o 1 d j yellow, pink and blue organdv ' Simpson officiated at the double ' and carried bouquets of asters in ring service before an a l t a r , lighted with tall tapers in branched candelabra, and decorated with baskets of gladioli and fern. | Bcst m a n ,,, , he bridcgroom wa N u p t i a l music was played by Donald A. Dyer. At . . ... . A family reunion was held last pastel shades, light orchid for the l week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. matron of honor and pink blue for the bridesmaids. Mrs. Ralph Dowell at the piano, and included the t r n d i l i o n n l wedding marches. "All For You." "Uebestrauni, and ! Harlcy Mabry at Lowell, in hon of Mr. and Mrs. Albert M u r r a y and two daughters, Jimmie Murray and Mrs. Paul Brosman of Inglewood, Calif. Mannun, and "The Town I Love" by Marian Davies. Mrs. I.cc gave an account of the Fort Smith Ceramic and Hobby Show, shown at the Carnegie Library, Fort Smith. Mrs. S. W. Moore gave a travelogue on her recent trip through the Western States and Canada. An article, "Hallcraft and Hobbies," was reart by Mrs. Dodson Lewis, who also conducted a game, "Things an artist might see beauty in." Mrs. George Moore and Mrs. Spencer Brown tied for high score. The | Mystery package was won by I Mrs. Shackleford. The next meting will be held Ranch Riders, who gave a and gram of Western music. A surprise anniversary was baked and served by pro- hillbilly cake Mrs. . Golden Ivy, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Bargh's 40th wedding anniversary. W A N T E D ^ CHERRY PICKERS Apply at Ihi Pelli July 2Hh. Comp*nniion: Good Gownmuit Political idvertiwment paid for by Cherry lor Governor Committee _r«fettevll LI.-.-- Mineral Springs Club Has New Member The Mineral Springs Home Demonstration Club met Friday at 1 p. rr., for ils r e u u l j r meeting. There were 10 members pnsrr.l, three i-'iilctren rnd two rjuisls. Mrs. Alice Hir.kcl and Jean Malonc, who became a new member. Two committees were appointed, one to take care of lunches _ . . ,. to be sold at the sale on July 21, the hands find the f u l l lace skir.. at Brlnkworth. and the other to I ankle length, was worn over sat- attend to the Fair booth. I In. Her fingertip veil of illusion i's. Hooker chose for her ;hter's xvedding, a frock of , . I blue silk, with white acces- . .,.,,,,,,, u t c , , · . . = . _ , Scnubcr| s i sories, and Mrs. McConnell, m o - | Glen Rouse and children Jove Serenade, bhe also accompanied ther of the bridegroom, chose navy and Dais; Mr. and Mrs Dill Mabry I William J. Smith, who sang "Be- blue and white chiffon wif ' " J --' " " * Cam P Gordon, Ga.; Mr and Mrs cause" and "The Sweetest Story Ever Told." Candle lighters were M a c k Quails, uncle of the brirle, and Clark McClinton, who also served as ushers, The bride, given in marriage by her father, was gowned in w h i t e lace, styled ise navy ith navy blue accessories. Both wore white carnation corsages. A reception, held in the Recreation Room of the church, followed the ceremony. In the. receiving line were the bridal couple, their mothers, and other members of Hi bridal party. Miss Mona Cole of Tulsa, Okla. . . and son, Sammy, Mr. and Mrs Floyd Mabry and children. Floyd Jr., and Brcnda Kay. and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mabry, all of Fayetteville; Mr. and Mrs. Major Mabry and sons, Wayne and Ronnie, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Mabry and son. David, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mabry fitted bodice, j presided at the punch bowl and Guests' who 'called at the home scalloped neckline, and yoke of Mrs. W i l l i a m J. Smith served the white nylon tulle. The long taper- Ing sleeves ended in points over wedding cake. Others who assisted were Mrs. O'Brien gave a on hooked rugs, Mrs. Mamie demonstration and Mrs. Bernicce Crawford gave one on braided rugs. The devoton was given by Mrs. Stella Hale. Hostesses were Mrs. Robert Tiuckner anrt Mrs. Mildred Malone, assisted by Jean Malone. 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