Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 17, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 17, 1952
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j MMT1rW»T MMMiAS T*m, fhwndey, July 17, IfSl llllHIMtlHimWIIIMMIIHrNHIHIIMIUIIIIIimMIHIIIH mimiHjHMMHUtMMIltHIIIIHIMtlHimWIIIMMIIHrNHIHIIMIUI ^ Society, MKS. KATMIHN OOZM* Daily Calendar of Events Mrs. Caldwell, Mrs. Zeek Honored At Coffee Tonight . . . Dee Gee Club, Camelia Morrow, 8 Country Club Supper, Country Club, 7 American Legion A u x i l i a r y , L e g i o n ' H u t , 7:30 League of Women Voters, Units One and Two, Mrs. M. C. Kik 7-30 League of Women Voters, Unit Three, Mrs. Paul Barrett 7:30 ' Friday Conine! Club. Washington Hotel, 7:30 «. m. Faye'.levllle Board Keillors, Ferguson's, 12 Washington Lodge One, Mnsonlc Hall, 7:30 Couch-Stewart Vows Said In Double Ring Service In an evening ceremony, per-»- seven visitors present. A cooperative picnic lunch was served at noon, followed by the business meeting In the afternoon. The club pledged JSO toward a fund for the purchase of an Iron lung, to be made by the Springdale Home Demonstration club and Fire Department. The Iron lung will be used at no charge bj anyone In need of It. Mrs. C. L. Dodd, president, presided during the meeting, and it was announced that the time and place of the August meeting would be given at a later date formed July 5, at the Wiggins Me morial Methodist Church, Mis Pearl Marie Stewart became th · bride of Charles II. Couch. Gu 11. Couch, father of the bride groom and minister of the Church . ot Christ, performed the doubl ring service. After taking the mar . rlage vowt, the bride and bridf. groom knelt at the altar for prayei and remained there while Mrs ' Stewart sang "The Lord's Prayer.' Church decorations were ot pink ; and white gladioli. Given in marriage by her father, Herman L Stewart, the bride : wore a ballerina length dress of white embroidered nylon over : pastel blue. Her veil of Illusion ·' fa: fingertip length and she car- rlcd a while Bible, topped with a ' bouquet of white gardenias and ; white ribbon. Bridesmaids were Miss Henrietta McKnlght who wore an orchid colored organdy frock and carried ; a bouquet of yellow carnations, .' Mrs. Paul Smith, wearing blue or; fahdy and carrying a bouquet of : pink carnations, and Mrs. Bill ', Gentry, who wore yellow organdy ! and carried lavcndar carnations. ·' All wore Dutch bonnets of white I lace. ; Carl Couch served his cousin as i best man, and ushers were Paul . Smith and Bill Gentry. '· Mrs. Stewart wore a pink and : blue printed Bemberg sheer dress · and, a corsage of pln'c carnations, i Mrs. Couch, mother of the brlde- j iroonv was dressed In gold, wltii i red. accessories and a corsage of ^ fold carnations. « Immediately after the wedding, i the guests attended a reception ! it th* home ot the bride's parents. ! The dining table was covered · v.'lth a crocheted cloth and cenler- 5 *J with an arrangement of pink ; and blue summer flowers «hd ; miniature dolls, representing the ; bridal parly. The three tiered wedding cake was decorated wlttl love birds and pink roses. ··l^r«5FSSS^M ^ '* ·"TM"'=ny a visit with the bride's grand- mo/her at Hereford, Texas. For travel she wore an ensemble of green, pinned with a corsage of white gardenias. The couple Is making their home at 430 Huntsvlllc Street, in Fayetteville, where the bridegroom'is Mrs. John T. Calrlwell and her*- rmither, Mrs. C. F. Zeek, who Is I vlsiling here f r o m Nashville Tonn.., were honored guests at a coffee, given yesterday morning from 9:30 to 11:30 o'clock by Mrs. II. G. llrjtz, Mrs. Joe Covington and Mrs. Davis Payne Rlchard- j son, at the Hotz home on Razor| back Road. The honorees and hos- j lenses composed the reception line. Presiding at the coffee service I were Mrs. A r t h u r Brown and Mrs. I Alfred llathcnck. Gladioli and as- I ters in pastel shades centered the lahle and were also used in the living room and hall. Decorations for the porch and study were arrangements of zinnias. Other mcmlic-rs of the hou party were Miss Helen Graham Mrs. Fount Hichardson, Mrs. A. \ Blake, Mrs. Harrison Butler, Mr O. L. McMillen, Mrs. Stephen Ste phan, and Mrs. Jim Phillips, all o whom assisted in the dining room Mrs. John Ruth of Austin. Tex as, Mrs. George Bowen. Mrs. H R. Rosen, Mrs. T. C. Carlson, Mr Frank Gordon, Mrs. Banks New bern nnd Miss Jeannette Scudde who received in the hall. Buffet Supper Compliments Miss Wiggans One 'n a scries of pre-nuptlal parties*^lvcn for Miss Ann Wig- ana, brldc-clect of Dr. John Sugg, was that given Saturday evening y Miss Nancy Lane at her home n North College Avenue. The following guests attended he buffet supper: Mrs. C. B. Wlg- fians, Mary John Sklllern, Janle Sullivan, Pat Smith, Georgia Mae Newton, Jo Anne Slanberry. Julia Anne McKlnney, Joanne Ferguson and Alice Paddock Pearson. A gift of silver was received by the honoree from the hostess. Craig-Jefferson Engagement Told Roger*, A r k . - (Spcclr.l) - Mr. and Mrs. James R. Craig, Jr., announce the engagement nnd approaching marriage of their daughter, Sandra, to Gene Jefferson, Summer Session Picnic-Program Held At UA A crowd of 32.1 people attended the annual University summer session picnic, held Tuesday In th' cafeteria of the Student Union. Following the picnic, a program was presented In the auditorium dt which time Dr. John T. Cald- wcll. University president, ex- ended greetings to the group. Students performed several stunts nd a quartet r.ang spirltusls. This was followed by a sextet of stu- ents, who sang under the dlrec- ion ol Dr. n. K. Bent. t Cox-Neale Vows Said At Central Methodist Mrs. Mattie B. Ncale and Clifford G. Cox, bnlh of Fayetteville. were married Sunday, In a double ring ceremony performed by the Roy. D. L. Dykes, Jr., In the chapel of the Central Methodist Church. A f t e r a two weeks wedding trip In the West Coast, the couple will North Leverett Arkantts Western Holds Annual Company Picnic The employes of Arkansas Western Gas Company and members of their families held their annual company picnic at Lake Wedlngton, yesterday. Highlight of the day was the employes' recognition of L. L. Baxter, company president, for his 20 years of service with Arkansas Western. In a short ceremony, Baxter received with a 20 year service pin from his daughter, Laura Baxter Smith. Hazel Kelly, on behalf of the employes presented Baxter with t leather- bound book containing photographs and hand-written notes from the employes of the company. Several of Arkansas Western's employes also received service pins. Hal Lane of Fayetteville received a 15-year pin, while C. B. Murphy, Wayne Cann. Eural Baker, James Bohannan, William El- lolt and Ober Neal, all of Fayetteville, received five-year service pins. Presentation of the pins was made by BID Dalton, operal- ng manager and vice president of he company. Activities of the day consisted of swimming, games, sack races and a beauty pageant. A picnic unch of fried chicken, baked ham nd all the Irlmmlngs was served More than 400 attended the «nnu- i 1 affair. Dee Gee Club Has "ormal Initiation The Dee Gee Club held its for- nal Initiation Tuesday night at he home of Marjorie Hammond ew members being Rosalie Deaney «nd Joan Flncher. A decor- ive scheme of green and white redomlnated during the inltla- on service. Other parties given during the edge term, Included a swimmin arty, mock Initiation and a din er at the home of Carol Carson als · -Swim Suit Attractions- Beach Wear Has a Costume Look J !n 11 '* I ii i Drougth In State Not Broken By Rains So Far Little Rock -UP)- A r k a n s a s' perched countryside has been dampened by the first general rain in 57 days, accompanied in some parts by windstorms But the drouth isn't broken yet The rains--heaviest in West Arkansas --brought a temporary relief from . the summer heat wave. Tempera' I lures across the state yesterday i were all in the 80's. with the exception of Newport, which reels tered 92. * Agricultural officials said the rains were not heavy enough or of long enough duration to break the state's drouth or to aid the burned crops. GEORGIA SENATOR- W YORK-(NEA)_The costume look in swim suits Is showing up on beaches everywhere this summer. Its attractions are many. With it, it's possible to make one swim suit serve the purpose of several--as, for example, when a brief cape also doubles as an oversklrt. i . The costume look may very well 'include a brief jacket, a throc- coat. tiny shrug BY GAILE DUGAS NEA Woman's Editor sweater, a stole or a cape. Whatever the styling, the pieces are assembled into an harmonious and useful whole, intended to give a maximum of protection from sun breezes and salt spray The one-piece suit (left) has a dramatic a n t h u r i u m design for a splash of color. This color repeats Lt. Bob Bartholomew, who has been a paticnl al Brooks Hospital in San Antonio, Texas, are visiting in Fayeltevillc. They are stay- Ing at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Roberts and expect to be here for about three weeks. Object Of The Meeting Skipped!Closing Of Coal Mines on the matching jacket. Both pieces are done In a satiny rayon- and-nylon fabric that's quick to! dry. The suit has sleek lines and a cuffed top. A costume look Is achieved I (let*) in this three-piece suit through use of · tiny cape with permanent pleated edge thai dou-| bles here as wrap-around skirl.; The suit Is in smooth rayon ben- c i?LfTM H*!:*J!!±i Bill Hakes Legal The FROM PAGE ONE licly of his choice. He has been represented as fav oring Gov. Adlai E. Stevenson of Illinois. But Jacob M. Arvey, Illinois national committeeman' asserted the governor appears to be definitely out of the running Stevenson has insisted he is running only for reelection as governor and "could not" accept the presidential nomination. "I have no. hope at all of chang- ng his mind," Arvey said. This doesn't preclude the chance how ever that the Illinois delegation might take the matter in its own hands at a Sunday caucus and decide to vote for Stevenson on the irst ballot. be at home on Street. In the sanctuary of Central Methodist Church, at 7:30 p. m. August fl. Wedding Invitations have been , employed Shop. at the Smith Radio Victory Club Gives To Iron Lung Fund .. The Victory Home Demonstration Club of Sprlngdalc, held an all day meeting with Mrs. A. N Shlvely on Ml. Comfort Road Tueaday, with 18 members and reared in Hogers. Sub Debs Announce Officers For Year New officers of the Sub Debs are announced by the club as: Virginia Stapleton, president; Marilee Ca(e, vice [.resident; Cla- vlna Duvall, treasurer; Marilyn McRoy, secretary; Sandra Noll, corresponding secretary; Virginia Hammond, reporter; Ann Kennan, pledge mistress; Mary Roberts, historian. DENNIS THE MENACE TWTMIflHT WTKKT K SOW MVON VMKK? Demeter Garden Club Plans September Picnic . The DcmeteV Garden Club met I Tuesday w i l h Mrs. G. W. Stein I bruegge, 25 N o r t h Davidson supper was planned for members and I heir husbands, to be held In Senlcmbor. Flower arrangements, brought rnlor, focus, rhythm, accent and harmony. Those placing were Mrs. Stein- brucgge, first place: Mrs. Curtis L. Mason, second; Mrs. Raymond Staten, third. A book of flower arrangements was presented to Mrs. Mason, who is leaving to make her home In Midrilcport, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Bucl McNeil o Wlnhetka, III., left Monday to re t u r n home after spending a fe\ days here with the Bob Bostons Mrs. R. W. Boston, who has beei visiting here with her son am family, returned with the Me Neils to Winnetka. Announcements Washington Lodge One Washington Lodge One meet Friday evening in W. F. Davidson, former Fav elteville resident, has returned ti his home In Semlnole, Okla., aftci a few days here with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson. This was Mr Davidson's first visit to Fayetteville in 33 years. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Miles w i t h their son and daughter, Susan and Sonny, are on their way to Long Island and New York after * weeks visit with family here. Later they will return to their home in Los Alamos, N. M. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Roberts, their daughter, Mary Roberts, Paula Armbruster, Allen Adams and Alfred Taylor returned Monday from St. Louis, where they attended ball games. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Salverson, 'r. and children, Lynn and Paul, I f Los Angeles, Calif., are visit- ng Mr. Salverson's parents and alter. Sing the first term of summer session at the University, 'hey will return to their home the irst part of next week. FC and Master Masons are invited, and refreshments will be served. Onlral Presbyterian Couples' Hill, i The Couple's Club of Central , Presbyterian Church will have a m e e t i n g al (lie Paul Damon home, i H i g h w a y 111, east, tomorrow night ; at 8 o'clock. Fatrvirn- rimrch Service The Rev. Fred B Huckdbury and a group from Christ's Church ( v ill hold an evening service at . Kairview, cast of lirentwood, Sati urriay n i g h t at 8 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Ed McCormick of Muskogee, Okla., announce the birth of a son, Daniel Rleger at Elizabeth Hospital July 13. The, parents are former Fayetteville! residents. Crowded,Subway Trains Bump During Rush Hour New York -(.'Pi- Two subway trains crowded with 2,500 passengers bumped at a station during the rush hour yesterday aflernoon, pitching hundreds into tanglus on the floor. · Police thaf183 persons had reported injuries--most of them minor--in the collision and near panic v.-hich followed. Work Order Issued On Benfon Road Project Little Rock - (XP) - Construction is to begin soon on nine Arkansas Highway Department projects which will cost some 1.5 million dollars. Work orders were issued yesterday on the jobs, which included: Benton County, 10.7 miles grad- ng and crushed stone b a s e , 'aughn-Gentry road, Highway 12, McClinton Brothers, $108,927. Tennessee Feels Quake Dycrsburg earth "emors, about 20 minutes a p a r t hook this corner of West Ten- essce late yesterday. Dishes rated and houses creaked. Gain new joy in life! 1an It n. MWI »·» y« «· k* Syracuse, N. Y. - (IP)- Her; arc the bare facls: Deputy Sheriff Arthur Willis halted a car for speeding yesterday morning. In it sat four women naked from the waist up. As the quartet donned brassieres, the driver said to Willis: "Well, men drive bare-chested, don't they?" Wrole Willis, in a postcript to his report: "By the way. r forgot to ticket them for speeding." Sharp Communist Jet Pilots Take On Allies Seoul, Korea-(/P)-Dismal weather blotted out the Korean air war today after American fliers reported shooting down one of the best Communist jet pilots they j hrve met. I Fast U.S. Sabre jets were chal- ' longed in three dogfights over | iVorth Korea late Wednesday by . i flight of 50 Russian-huilt M I G s , ' described as "the cream of the crop." I " , Peach Festival Opens I Clarksville, Ark. - (^P)-The l l t h annual Johnson County Peach Festival began here this" morning under a drizzling rain. Oklahoma Feels Tremors El Reno, Okla. - (#i-Two slight earth tremors in this area were reported last night. Washington-(fl)-president Truman has signed a bill that permits the government to close coal mines it considers unsafe. But he says the measure isn't really strong enough to prevent disaster. The president in signing the measure yesterday said it was a significant step toward ending "the appalling toll of death and injury to miners." But he said Congress eventually will have to enact more adequate legislation.- Men, Women! Old at 40,50,60! Get Pep FM! hart Yniftr, Fill «f Vj H Irt Cherry Picking Time in Arkansas Enjoy Ihe fruits of good gontnmeni. Pol. Adv. pXd for by Cherry for Governor Committet, Fayttttvlll*. radium, pbttptarut, v'iaraln U I ,' f Whv*fLi' It ?fJ S'SMS!^ ^, t ,. dl i',' ; J. tor « everywhere--In' Fav- Dru a Faye " tvil " e an! Hcd Crow Draperies Slipcovers Occasional Furniture Lamps, Rugs and Accessories BARRETT'S 522 W. 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