I I 1 1--NMTHWBT AKANSAS TIMK, I Twtefey, July 15, tÂ»Jl NIIIIIIHIIIUmilllUtmUMIMIIHIIIIIUl Society, Swimming Courses Completed At City Pool Birthday Dinner Honors Harry Courtney The following boys and girls i Mri. Harry Courtney entertain_ _ _ _ ....,,, ,,..,, f .,,,, d with a birthday dinner In hon- i ' W v have satisfactorily completed thei o r Â°' ner huiband, Sunday at their J. _.,, ,,,,. **M- KATHlim DOZWI | Hod Cross Beginners Swimming; ho TM- She was assisted by her iqllMlimilHIMunHIHIIIIMIllMMlllllliiiiliMlillllllilillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli I Course held at the City Pool, and lon lnd daughter-in-law, Mr. and have received swimming certlfi- Mri ' G'Â« n Courtney, and son-in-(- Daily Calendar of Events omght . . . UK Summer Session Picnic, UA Campus, 4 Â·Mil Valley Ciuu Picnic, Mrs. January 6:30 Sjb Deb Club, Su; Cate. 7 N^val Reserve Composite Unit, Eason Building, 7 CJdPr of Rainbow for Girls, Masonic Hall, 7 3Â»6lh Military Government Group, 112'^ West Center 7:30 P A. V., Legion Hut. 7:30 \1 F. W. Auxiliary, Civic Cllibroom, 7:30 Rtbekah Lodge, IOOF Hall, 8 Wednesday . , , rales, according to Herman A. Turk, Jr. Safety: ,, - law and daughter, Mr. and Mri. chairman of Water; J a m e s Carlisle. I The buffet dinner was aerved to Lcland Bassctte, George Dock- loy Tony Harvey, Jack Burks, Donnie Brown, Cyrus Gilbrath, James Rommel, Allen Gulnn, Bill 31 guests, after which the afternoon was spent singing hymni and vliitlng with Mr. Courtney, who Is confined to a wheelchair. J L. L. Baggetts Eichange Club, Ferguson's, 12 rtycltevllle Garden Club, E. F. Whitchurch Home, 11:30 Nival Reserve Electronic Company 8-8 Drill, Eaton Building 7 Deltk Sigma Don Lewis, 7:30 Kappa Alpha Phi, 45 East Rock Street, 7:30 9f4!st Volunteer Air Force Reserve Training Squadron, 7:30 Army Reserve, 112'/4 West Center. 7:30 Military Order of Purple Heart, VFW Hall, 7:30 2.0.O.K, IOOF Hall, 8 Ah Lecture, University Concert Hall 8 465, Masonic Hall, Â« Aslrm, Nancy Kstes. Jerl Fowler, Ronald Meade, Ruth Durfee, Paule Bllllngsley; Carolyn Baker, Janice Yoei,, _^ Dnnalrl Olcnson, Alton Laync iOoSCrve SOfh nilly Layne, Dann;, Jmber, Bar- Mill bara Vaughn, Davict Grace, Win-' nic Wing, Mary B. Teas, Susan Thompson, Janice Scott, Betty ('apps, Trudy Chambers; Frances Thompson, Gail Â·Fabric Footnotes- Texture Tops Fashion News Rollins-Henderson Marriage Told Â·The wedding of Mils Emma Henderson and Henchel Rolllni wÂ»i held Saturday at Huntivllle, with the Rev. Robert W. Jonei officiating. For the ceremony, the bride choÂ« a light blue street length drew and navy accenorles. Mr. and Mri. Ronnie Jorden attended the couple and gueiti were Mri. Velva Henderion, mother of the bride, and Mri. Ethel Rolllni, mother of the bridegroom. iMr. and Mri. Rolllni will make trjeir home in Fayettevllle. /Mrs. Bricker Hostess To Highland H. D. Club j .The Highland Home Demonitra- tion Club met Friday with Mrs. Ralph Bricker. Mn. Jim Ezell wai eo-hoiteii. There were 17 members pretent for thÂ» meeting and covered dljh luncheon. Guests were Mn. Otcar Taylor of Monticello, mother of Mrs. Dennli Maney, Mrs. Stansell and Shir- lent Hill. The me*tlnj w s . opened with tinging and the devotion, given by MrÂ«. Ethyl Tucker and Taken from the Book of Acti. Mm tery package and game prizes were won by Mrs. Ledbetter, Mrs. Tucker, Mrs. Massey and Mrs. Green. ardson, Barbara Mulkey, Frances J^^aid'^"'^^' h Â° n Â° r who served as attendants at Those from Springdalc who Hook, Mike Durfce; Mcistrell, Connie! have completed the course are: David Miller, Jimmy Fuller, Edith Kenn, Sonny Young Marvin Miller, Danny Fuller, and Larry Fuller. Classes were conducted by au- In the dining room, the table featured an arrangement of yellow flowers, tall yellow candlet and a cake iced in yellow rosebuds and lopped with a bride and groom. Mrs. Eugene Tcfter was a p - 1 thori/ed Water Safety Instructor' I Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wal- I AH... A..._.-,, Â£-,, 01,. t..i lace Stone and daughter, Nancy, of Siloam Springs; Mr. and Mn' John Baggett of Fayetteville; Miss Maxine Baggett of Lltile Rock; Dr. and Mrs. Jeff Bageett and children, Mr. and Mrs. Rogers and Mr. and MrJs. Lincoln Maupin, all of Prairie Grove. . Tucker then ltd the group prayer, In Mn. Franklin Tucker read the potm of thÂ« month, "The Worth et a Smile," and plans were completed for naming and marking trie community road. The club pledged one dollar per member w bÂ« applied nn the debt of the 4-H Glrl'i home. A commit!** wa appointed to main plani for a Fair booth. Mri. Tom Lowt won the mys- pointed to be in charge of getting a speaker for Community Night. which will he held Friday, and Mrs. Blaln Hill was named as hostess for the August meeting. Picnic Will Honor Unitarian Minister Members of the local Unitarian Fellowship will honor the Rev. Alfred E. von Stllli. Brownsville. Texas, at a picnic Thursday at the *iome of Dean and Mrs. G. S. Nichols. Hnskell Heights, beginning at 5:30 p. m. Mr. von Stllli has been In the Unitarian ministry 32 yearn, having occupied pulniis In Wisconsin, New York and Oklahoma and Is now minister at large for the American Unltnrlnn association, with headquarters I the Rio Grande Valley. Forme narlshoners of his. now living I Fayettevllle are Dr. and Mrs/Le Mon Clark. Mrs. E. E. Blondea and Miss Maryanne Bloesch. Making arrangements for th picnic are Mri. Blondeau and Mr: Clark. While In Fayettevllle Mi von Stllli Is the guest of Dr. an Mrs. Clark who will aceoir.psr. him to Little Rock Friday, wher he will Breach Before the Llttl Rock Fellowship Sunday at th Sam Peck Hotel. Ralph C. Barn hart It nreildent of the Faycttc vllle Fellowihip and other office; are Marvin Becker, Mrs. deau and W. H. Pryor. Alice Aumick, Sharon Rise, Joel Whltelcy, all of Fayetteville, and James Roberts, James Ralston anrl William Nelson, of Springdale. The Senior Lifu Saving Course. \ just completed at the City Pool, \v;i:; conducted by Joel WhiteK'y, and certificates j.vmed to: Dorothy Woodward, J a n e t Walker, Liz Carbtarphen, Whltclcy and Shaion Rise. Ted DENNIS THE MENACE Women Voters Announce Open Unit Meetings Units of the League of Women Voters will have open meetings this week at the following times and places: Units one and two with Mrs. M. C. Klk, 515 West Maple Street, Thursday at 7.30 p. m., Mrs. Sam Sclgel and Mrs. Everett Ham, leaders; Unit three, Mrs. Paul Barrett, 230 Ozark, Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock with Mri. Harold Shnlad as leader. Women who care to attend the meetings may obtain additional, information by calling Mrs. Klk, telephone 1829-W. Dinner Given For Mr. And Mrs. Dutton Springdole M. Y. F. Gives Program The Springdale Wesley Methodist Youth Fellowship entertained the Benton County Oak Hill Grange Friday. The M. Y TOHK--NlA)-TÂ«xture, thÂ»t all-Important word In fabric, mtwu that lurtice Interest hw bÂ»comÂ« foremost In fashion. It alao metni that t basically simple dpMlfa can gain new interest. alncc texture, In lUelf, ii sufficiently eye-stopping. Thii Ic dcmonatrattd over and ovw anln In Umple, classic lines coupled with Unture. But texture IMU other taihlopB UMI. It lends. are expected to return home Wednesday. BT GAIL! OUGAS NfA Weraaa'a Edlter for instance, the look of one fabric to another. When a wrinkle-re- ilstant finish is added, a new and practical fashion is born. L i n e n - t e x t u r e d rayon (left) makes a dress that's just right for the cooler days of summer. H has a toft, smooth weave that's been made wrinkle-resistant Angora trimming outlines the deep, wide U neck. Over this timple sheath goes : cape-ileeved, tassel-1 '.rimmed jacket that's not shown here. ' Textured t r e e b a r k taffeta (right) makes a simple acetate dress with wide, iquare-cut neck, line and crisp white cuffs. It's the thousands of tiny, irregular pleat] that lend this fabric body and give it surface interest Hudgeni will remain for the wedding next week of her niece, .Misj Ann Wijgaru. Mr. and Mn. Lewii Langham and sons, Phil and Jim, have returned to their home in North Hollywood, Calif., after two weeks Â· here with Mr. Langham's mother Mrs. Nora Moore, his sister, Mrs' Henry D. Milligan, and Mrs Langham's brother, Roy Hodges. . Mrs. A. M. Davison and ion, jay, of Little Rock, have -spent two weeks with her parents, Mr and Mrs. A. P. Stevens, while Dr Â· Davlson and son, David, fished in the mountains of New Mexico The latter part of their trip into the mountains was made on pack Â· mules and the fishermen reported temperatures around 4! degrees. Mrs. Maude Friciel! of Austin, Texas, has been the guest of Mrs. A. M. Harding and was honored ai a dinner party given by Mrs. larding Saturday night Mrs. 'riedell was accompanied here by ler son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Friedell of Tulsa. Okla., and they were guests of ' Mrs. Frank Pickel. Miss Frances Parker left this corning for Shreveport, La., after isiting her mother, Mrs. Cora . Parker, for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Aleck Zardin of Oakland, Calif., announce the birtji of a son, John Aleck, July 4. at the U.S. Naval Hospital, O.ikland. Zardin is the son of Mr Mrs. Martha Brown, while Capt. J fore returning to Colorado to Muir is attending a two week re- j teach. serve encampment at C a m p I Dr. J. W. Butler, Jr., left this Mrs. Pearl Walpole Black and lughter, Mrs. Raye Bidwell, left Saturday morning, going to Paris, Texas, after a week's visit in Fayetteville with friends. From Paris, they will go to New York before returning to their home in Santa Monica, Calif. Mrs, Black and Mrs. Bidwell, former Fayetteville residents, were entertained at several parties while visiting here. Chaffce. Mr. and Mrs. Mearl McKinncy Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hardin of Dallas, Texas, who have been attending the Methodist Assembly and were house guests of Miss morning to attend the Conference I J leanor 3"nn, left yesterday for of Synod's Stewardship Chairmen of the Presbyterian General* As! sembly, U. S., being held Wednes- u.iKiana. Zardin is the son of Mr. returned Saturday from a trip to j H.V and Th,,';,rtÂ» in A t i . and Mrs. John Zardin of Spring. s , ,,,,,,, Mo . Durin , thc]r " ab . j^ TMTM-* Â» *'Â»' ' his mother's home near Lubbock, Te.-as, after receiving word that she had suffered a broken hip in a fall. Mrs. Hardin was one of j ser.oe, their children, Martha Nan 1 and Bobby, remained in Siloam iroup was led'by the Rev. J W f Dr *?'. John Rath of Austin, | Springs with Mrs. McKinney's Workman, Jr. ' 1 . e ** ! . 'Â«Â« this morning after a i mother, Mrs. E. c. King. The program consisted of songs a scripture reading, a litany and a prayer. This was followed bv stunts. The entire group sang a comical number before they pre- 1 sented "Swami and his Magic Magnifying Box." 'WHO ORES' HOW-WJCH IT Â»VÂ£Â«?HS'? Concrete Pavement your best investment in Roads TyTHHN a lute's principal roaili arc hullt W of portland cement concrete, highway fuodi irt conierved becauit concrete roarU Â§Â» lone-lived and ecoqomica] 10 maiauio. Atk your publk officlalt for CONCRETE ROADS PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION Blon Prnlrle Grove - (Special) - Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dutton observed Lheir 50th wedding anniversary,' Sunday at their home. Members of the family who attended the dinner given for the occasion, were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dutton of Muskogcc. Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Pruitt and Â·hlldren of Tillar, Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. Norris of Muskogce. Marine Post Accepted By Former UA Student Word was received yesterday py Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pryor that Roar Ravem, former foreign ex- hange student at the University, vho returned to Oslo four years go. has accepted a position Â«s vclfare officer with the Nor- vegian government welfare office or the Merchant Marine. He will e stationed at the Norwegian overnment office in New York. Ravem's two-year stay in this ountry was financed by the Norwegian government, and he :urlicd his first year at the Duluth ranch of the University of Min- psota. While, here he received is master's degree in English. On is return to Norway he contin- cd his studies at Norwegian uni- cmties, specializing in physical ducation and in his new job will charge of sports activities for orwcgian senrncn. armington Legion Plans Dinner Meeting i Fnrminglnn American J.egion Â·= , anil Auxiliary members will hold their regular monthly meeting Thursday nigh; at 7:30 o'clock. One feature of the evening will he the pot-luck dinner followed i by plenty of ice croarn. j The Legion will install new of- j fleers. Eugene Teter, commander. i and Tommy Kittrell, adjutant. It is hoped lhat Ulvs Lnvcll of Sprlngdalp will conduct the ceremony of Installation. This meeting will bp for all veterans and their families. Personals Henry Shreve, manager of Swanson and Sons, returned Saturday from a business trip to Minnesota and Omaha, Neb. Mrs. J. Dan Brock of New Orleans, La., with her two children. Is visiting her parents, Dr and Mri. Virgil L. Jones. visit In the home of Mrs. Rath's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Virgil L. Miss Bessie Coventon who ! Miss Ethel and friends. M | -" -- Â· Â· Â· Â· - . j - . u j v . j a i i u l l l C U U i . rs. Parke Muir and daughters, She will leave the first of next ' . . " ' ^ ' Â· Â· Â· t t o v i i i l ^ T s i s i e r . m s . L . E . in connection with the General Council. Dr. Butler is stewardship chairman of the Presbyterian Synod of Arkansas, U.S. Mrs. J. Guy Hudgens of San Diego, Calif., is a guest of her sister-in-laws, Mrs. John M. Clayton and Mrs. C. B. Wiggans. She ii the wife of the late J. Guy Ht'dgcns, brother of Mrs. Clayton and Mrs. Wiggans, and former Â·Â· I the regional directors at the Assembly and would have completed her classes today. Births MM viiiir-. ~ - t t . o j . i V i . 'Â· "'sgans, ana lormer; tne oirth of a sor Mrs. M i n r s mother. Bundy, at Burkburnett, Texas, be-' resident of Fayetteville. Mrs. County Hospital. Mr. and Mn. Robert Clyde Mares Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clyde Hayes of Fayetteville announce the birth of a son, July 15, at the Nancy Cole left yesterday for four weeks at a Girl Scout Camp in the Ouachita Mountains. This will be the fourth year that Nancy = has attended the camp. "Â·" Nancy Ann Stratton is convalescing at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomas, after undergoing surgery at the Washington County Hospital. O. M. Brooks, Fred Brooks, his son. Frcddfc, and Bill Parks left -Friday night to attend the baseball games In St. Louis, Mo. The WHY ROAST? Announcements Order Of Eastern Star, Chapter 4D.1 The Older of Kastcrn Star, Chapter 4S5, will meet tonight in the Masonic Hall at 8 o'clock. Itrr Ore Cluh Tlii- DPP t;ee Club will hold formal i n i t i a t i o n , tonight at 7:30 nVlock. at the home of Marjorie Heilnnrn Red ;rwa Swimming Claai Another Red Cross Swimming Class for beginners will begin Monday at the City Pool, from Â» t 10 a. m. Additional claisei have been scheduled because of the large number registered for the rlassrs just completed. Anyone wishing In take this awlm- riins coursp should be at the pool promptly .it t o'clock, Monday morning. Travel relixcd in cool comfort. No driving jtrain! No iriffic or parking problemi. You IH mote and SAVE plenty. Frequent Â«r- vice, with through Khedulu to mijor citiei. Connection! every. w h e r e . Come in or oil for information. More Eloquent Than fords! fmÂ«Â«nt uni,t it ftn l C.PV CnÂ»tfÂ« oW C.** Ck.lH.. It is fnic, of course, that a Cadillac owner is proud of everything about his motor car. But it is also true that he reserves a special place in his heart for the beautiful crest that rides high on the hood. I'or here, as only he can fully appreciate, is one of the most wonderful and u n i q u e symbols in all the world of manufactured products. In fact, it seems safe to say that no other mark of identification speaks so clearly or so eloquently of the product that bears it ... and of the man who owns it. It tells, for instance, of magnificent engineering and inspired design--and of experienced craftsmanship and painstaking construction. It promises mile after mile of superlative motoring enjoyment--and it foretells year after year of dependable and enduring performance. It proclaims, in ihort, the Cadillac pledge of quality--that here is an automobile built to the highest THE COLOF.fi AfifilVKRSARV standards it is practical to enjorcc in tht production of a motor car, J And, oh, the wonderful things it jayj about the man behind the wheel! It reveals, more surely than if the words were spoken, that he is a man of position and achievement in his own private world of affairs. It attests to the high regard he places on the safety and the comfort of his fellow passengers. And it says, with unmistakable clarity, thÂ« he it a person of discernment and good taste. Little wonder that the man who owns i Cadillac takes special pride in the beautiful crest that idcntifie* it and adorns it. * * * The Cadillac crest tells its most eloquent story when it adorns the mafiiificenl car illustrated abate, for hen ' s the illustrious eighi-piisstnger Cadillac "75"-so luxurious, spacious and distinguished that it sltndl alone among the worlds motor cars HATFIELD PONTIAC CO. JM4IAJTMIADOW fAYITTIVIlU, AMI.
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