Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 19, 1952 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 19, 1952
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·HIIIIHMIIimiimMHIH.'llilllV'llllmiliiililililllllimillllllinilllllllHMIH ·* Daily Calendar of Events i "~ .·*----, Monday . . . HI Si, Joyce Crider, 7 Tarmington Lodge, Farmington Masonic Hall, 7:30 Fivetteville Lodge 740, Masonic Hall, 7:31) Miss Geneva Clark To Wed MMTKWUT AJMUNtAS fWMI. The engagement of Miss Geneva Clark to William Parker Basham ion of Mrs. O. W. Basham and the late Mr. Bashim of Huntsyille is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra W. Clark of Hindj- ville. Miss Clark graduated from the University in June, where the majored in English. Basham attended Arknasas Polytechnic College at Russellville, and graduated from Kansas State College, Manhattan, Kan., in 1951. He is a member of Pi Kappa Alpha. The wedding will he an event of August 3, at Central Methodist Church in Fayettevill* --Bob's Photo. THIS 'N' THAT y ABOUT TOWN KATHLEEN DOZIER Patterned after the girls yet strictly masculine, the stag stork shower, given Thursday evening by Fount Allen and Bob Day at the Allen home, was a "howling" success. We say strictly masculine yet there was one "bit of femininity" that was quite an attraction, we understand, end that was none other than Richard Greer, fashionably attired and coiffed for the occasipn. This "young lady" greeted those who came bearing gifts to the honored guest, Morris Maxwell. A stork, wearing top hat and tie, stood tall on the gift table. Sanlwiches, wrapped in triangular coverings and pinned with large safety pins, were served with drinks in nippled bottles, pins and nipples . going to Maxwell at the close of the party. Guests included Jack Noll, Ed Watson, Bruce Crider, Jack Might, Rosco Ames, Jack Greathouse, Lyle Bryant, Floyd Conine, Allen Strain, Bill Cannon, Marshall Whitfield, Fred Hanna, Herman Greathouse, Dale Allen, Hoot Gibson, Edward Brooks, Leonard McGee, Volney Parker, Eugene Williams, Richard Greer Bili Dalton, Ed Puska and E. R. Strickland, all of Fayetteville, end Dean and R. B. Maxwell, brothers of the honoree, from Bentoville. Entertainment for the evening was provided by the attractive "hostess." It might be added that among the assortment of gifts which included all that an infant could wish .for, was a $25 start on a savings account for the expected arrival, boy or girl, as it might be. Bob "Red" Warren, line backer for the Razorbacks, who has served as life guard this summer at the Courtly Club, leaves the club Sunday to resume his football training. It might be of interest to know that Bob is a Golden Gloves boxing champion- member of the Fayetteville Chicks baseball team; holds senior life saving certificate, and is a member of Pi Kappa Alpha. This month he instructed and judged the club's swimming meet and has announced the first place wieners as: Jim Bob Wheeler and Mary Jo Schultz, free style; Nancy Cole, breast stroke; Jim Bob Wheeler and Nancy Cole, Australian crawl, with Mary Jo Schultz first in form; Rebecca Wesson, side stroke; George Mitchell and Sandra Jensen, back stroke, Sandra first in form; Jim Bob Wheeler, diving, Earlier this week a group of 20 horsemen and women met at the Show Grounds at 6 a.m., when most good people are just risinj. Among them was Mrs. Ella Hurst, riding side saddle of course, on one of the Charles Gordons' palomino mares. English saddle enthusiasts were Barbara Barrett, Frances Lindloff ond Ray Alford. Those preferring western equipment were Lila Walker and daughter, Susie, Karle Smith, Toddi Alford and Morva Kirsch, also Raymond Ash, Johnnie Bassett, ond Bert Strickler Others drove out from town to join the group in this week were Isabel Collier, Ant Dtre Yocum who left today for El Dorado after visiting here with her mother, Mrs. M. M. Collier, Marjorie Best who is vis-' iting the Will Lewis family, Margaret Schweiger who is here from Shreveport, with her parents, the Lee Seamsters, ai»J a few other friends . . . Julia Ann and Bob McKinney with Bob's parents, the George McKinneys, moved Friday into their new home ot 374 ! Fletcher. . . Col. Phillip Best and wife Marjorie, with : daughters, Carolyn, Barbara ai»J Cynthia, are here from Montgomery, Ala., with Marjorie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Lewis . . . Mary and Jim Gregory are gone on g tour of the East and the Ogden Shirleys! went by plane this week to visit Frances' aunt, Mrs. Byron P. Harris in Atlanta, taking with them sons, Mike and Bill. Also traveling with them as far as ^.hattanxiga, was Grace Tancred, who is visiting her brother. They will return in about a week . . . Mary and Dr. Marvin- Westfall are planning to leave Wednesday on their Florida vacation. Daughters, .orna and Linda, will go along for the trip which will take them by the way of New Orleans, where they intend to stop and pay their respects to Solly and Ray Pharr. They plan to be in St. Petersburg, Miami and Key West, returning via the East Coast.. . Vera, Mary Sue, and Lynn Wade have returned after a month spent at Grand Lake, Colo. Clifton spent one week with them and returned. He leaves today to join the Arkansas delegation going to Chicago for the Democratic Convention . . . The George Gearharts are expected home today from a visit with her mother, Mrs Earl VonHoose, in Webb City, Mo. Cox-Chester Engagement Told Two In Series of Parties Compliment Miss Wiggans Mrs. Farlow Burt and Mrs. Walter Cole were hostesses Thursday morning at a coffee, given at the Burt home in honor of Miss Ann Wiggans, bride elect of Dr. John Sugg. About 70 guests attended. Using a silver and while motif, the dining table was appointed with silver service and centered with white asters and antique candelabra holding white tapers. Mrs. Ella Hurst and Mrs. Garland Melton presided at the table during the first and second hours. Those who assisted wera Mrs. J. O. Ware, Mrs. Claude Dyer, Mrs. Henry Tuck, Uf. Virgil Fielder, Mrs. Ed Tatum and Mrs. Dale Hinkle. The honoree received a hostess gift of pottery. That evening Miss Wiggans was again complimented with t gadget shower given by Mrs. John Doan )f Prairie Grove, and Mrs. Wiliam H. Rogers, at the Rogers' home on Ml. Sequoyah. A dessert course was served to he 15 guests from the dining able, centered with an arrangement of coral rosebuds and Queen Anne's lace, which had been hand inted in blue. During the evening, bride's games were played for entertainment. "«·: Special guests at both parties v«re Mrs. Guy Hudgens of San Jiego, Calif., and Mrs. John Clayon, aunts of the honoree. -ink And Blue Shower omplimenls Mrs. Yosf Bridal Shower Is Given For Jack Carters West Fork, Ark.-fSpcrlall-A j wedding shower, honoring Lt. and | Mrs. Jack Carter, was given by i ladies of the West Fork First Bap-; list Church, Thursday evening-at I B o'clock, in the church. Mrs. Carter is the former Miss Martha Golden of Oklahoma City, Okla., whose wedding to Jack Carter was solemnized July 5, in Oklahoma City. Mrs. Bill Carter, sister-in-law | to the honoree, introduced the guests. Games weer played, led by Mrs. Norene Reed, after which a yellow corsage was presented to the honoree. Mrs. Bill Cartel- assisted wtih the opening of the gifts and kept the bride's book. There were i9 present and gifts were received from friends who were unable ot attend. Throughout the room were flower arrangements, carrying out the honoree's color choice of yellow. After the gifts were opened and displayed, punch and cookies were served from a white linen covered table, with a centerpiece of a colonial bride ana groom, under a trellis of ivy. Out of town guests were Mrs. Jackie Robins, Mrs. Lela Cole and .daughter, Nancy, of Fayetteville; I riTrs. Bill Carter of Baton Rouge, I La.; and Mrs. Paul Threlkeld of | Detroit, Mich. Miss Murphy Plans August Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Charley Cox of Evansvlllc. announce the engagement and approaching man-Inge of their daughter, Miss Anita Cox, to Dwane Chester, son of Mr. anri Mrs. 7,. P. Chester of Route Six, Kaycttcville. Miss Cox is a graduate of the Evansville high school, attended the Kaycttcville Business College and is now employed with the PMA Office in Fnyettevillo. Mr. Chester is a graduate of the University and Is employed with the Soil Conservation Service in ·lunts'-ille, Texas. The wedding will he an event of late August,-- iob's Photo. a a" l i l t i A . r* i r~t Maxwell Honored At Stork Shower Ladies Aid Has . Prairie Grove - (Special) -Mrs -Lunched! Meeting Calvin Bain and Mrs. H. A. Isaacson were hostesses at a pink and blue shower, honoring Mrs. Joe Mr! - Max Tale entertained t h j Walnut Grove Ladies Aid Wednes, n rs. oe Yost, on Thursday at the Sham's i d * y w '" 1 a covered dish luncheon. Canasta and bridge were played during the afternoon and refreshments of cake and ice cream sundaes were served. Guests were Mrs. Douglas Manning, Mrs. Kenneth Paxton, Mrs Willard Brooks, Mrs. Paul Jones, Mn. Donald Parks, Mrs. Joe Parks, Mrs. L. A. Carman, Mrs. reading taken from tht Psalm. Mrs. Gene McKee acted as secretary in the absence of Mrs. Glen Giles. An article, "Let's Get Together." from the Readers Digest, was read by Mrs. Bob Giles, followed by a poem, "The Real Successes," by Edgar A. Guest, which was read by Mrs Clyde Newell. After the business meeting, Mrs. Russell Tate had charge of the $t^^-fc : 'i:A£'%?WJft$tiri · tifrtlfXZ!*^ '£$$$. ^-." , ' 1 ,, · · · ( '», '-M'H - - .- - - - ^ . ·* fc *--4 The engagement and approaching marriage of Mils Betty Jane Murphy to David Stephen George, son of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Cleve- .and George, is announced hy her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Murphy. The wedding will be performed August 14 in the First Itesbytorlan Church by Dr. J. W. Butler, Jr. Miss Murphy ij a graduate of Fayetteville High-School and attended the Univenity latt year. - George, who Is a senior at th« University, if i member of if Kappa Alphi fraternity and Scabbard and Blade.--Bob's Photo in Fort Smith by the Askews and will go from here to Albuquerque, N. M., for a vlilt with her brother, Lt. Col. Donald Hawtey. Miss Mary Broke, who Is wilh the- department of romance lan- luages at the Univerilty, Is le'av- ng today for Saltilln, Mexico, to study In the Escucla Inter-amerl- ! cana of that city. On the way to Saltlllo, Mils Droke will visit her sister-in-law, Mrs. George Droke, in Sar. Antonio, Texas. Returning home, she will visit her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Droke In Houston. Miss Droke plans to be gone for about five weeks. Dr. Kathleen. Smith and Miss Sue Kvrtti. R. N., of the BariMt Hospital In St. Louis, are spending a few days at the Lake ot the Ozarks in Miuourl, and are expected to arrive In Fayetteville Monday evening. Dr. Smith will tpend her vacation with her mother at JJ.1 North Church Avenue, anti Miss (vetts '"111 vlslti here with Dr. Smith before go-1 ing to San Francisco, Calif., where she plans to work. ri.,.t «» ^-,7-- ' """· nusseu iaie naa enargc o[ the r , « v, Bllly Harp - Mrs - sorial ht »' r - Th = mystery package Charles McNair. Mrs. V. E. Greigg, was received by Mrs. Virginia Mrs. P. E. Greigg, Mrs. George I Foults, and quiz prizes were won by Mrs clyde Ncwel and Mrs Shafer. The August meeting will he at | the home of Mrs. C. E. Shafer on the second Wednesday. Mrs. Grne McKee will be in charge of the sorial program. Yost, and Mrs. O. M. Sharp. Skating Party Given For Joan Blankenship Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Blankenship V'*·"·.,.····.*·'!·.,.$ ·'.:- ..····cv i X v y i -5.J5 ^fe'| . .-. :·;:··; -VT i'Ws1£3 ¥ :-'; ;-.-^ ; 'c--f\ V-yx I-'"v^ r-^?tt--Ji t-' '·/'.; V v.i*"(/4 i * 'fcB$ft;.( Edward Brooks looks on while Morris Maxwell unwraps gifts re- reived by him Thursday night at a stag stork shower, given by Fount Allen and Bob Day at the. Allen home. G i f t s received by Maxwell ranged trom safely pins to bottle wanner, baby scales, and other necessary articles for baby's comfort.--Photo by 1'uska. Births Mr. art Mn. R. W. Oikt Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Gulst of Fayetlcville, announce the birth of a daughter, July ij, at the City Hospital. Mr. aari Mn. HtnnM I Mr. and Mrs. Herman L. Tedford of Farmington, announce the birth of a son, July IB, at the County Hospital. Used by thousands In rrdutaj lleta-Junn'" Roman Meet Bread. 11-ll-tt It's Ckcrry Timf in ArfcauMt Cn|«T IH. frvlia «f ftW Po!. Adv. pild for by Cherry for Governor CnmmlltM. Ark. Announcements · Hi SI Cllb The HI SI Club will meet with .loyce Crider Mondav evening at 7 o'clock. N.r.P.O.C. Auxiliary The Auxiliary to the National Federation of Post Office Clerks, v/hlch was to have met Tuesday of this week, will inert this coming Tuesday. Personals Mrs. G. H. Love and daughter, Sam M. Clark, attorney of Conw.-iy, who has been in Northwest I Arkansas on business, visited here with his aunts, Mrs. R. L. Kane, mi.-,. \j. ii. ijuve unu uiiugnier, i -- ' ."···*. S^ra. who have been house guests ' 2 n s K:i!it Ricl(son Street, and Mrs of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cantrcll, left w - D - Webt . B 0 Douglas Street. : loday to return to their home in Kansas City, Mo. Beginner's Swimming lonored their daughter, Joan, o n ' /-," n . , , , ~" her 12th birthday, with a skating! UOSS tSeqiHS Monday party at the Fayetteville Roller I Kink. Guests were Carole Cooley Janet Adams, Kaycille Woodruff' Gail Cooper, Marion Phillips, Caroline I*wis, Becky Kincaid; Julie Perry. Judith Gregory Helen Marie Graham ,Kay Heinrichs, Sue Dunlavy, Sandy Dozior Gail Blankenship, Carol Fisk Jeanne Morse; Beginning at 9 o'clock Monday morning, another Red Cross he- ginner's class in swimming will time for a breakfast of bacon, eggs, potatoes toast and coffee, served ot Lois and. Donald Tac Bellxiew, TackeftVhome, Seen dining at the Chicken Houit In Springdole he offered at the City Pool, in charge of an authorized lied Cross Water Safety instructor. There will be no charge, and lessons will : be given to those who are six ! years of age and older. rin.i""i- . 00clr -JJ ff ' . Torr - v F o r -l A n(w teaching method onablf-s Cof ^"^.."'Tommy-'^lel 0 ! ^..^T" ,'" *,"," ""'·'"** Donnie Dewe-se, Joe Tom B.irkiiV ! i--'.l'l.j ." " or ' l «"re- was Kent Fisk, Kirby Pcnick, H o w a r d ! lc " nen . Iro . m Herman Tuck, Jr.. Flsk and A I l a n B e a u c h a m p . who ls '" rhf!rRC "' lhc TM urs(1 L L Fritts Honored By Frisco Employes L. I,. Frills, switch engine foreman for Ihe Frisco Railroad, is retiring afler 35 years service with the company. He was honored last night at a picnic supper Xlven at the City Park. About 40 perions attended the supper, given by employes of the Frisco. During the evening, a traveling bag wns presented to Mr. Fritts by ! i. . ""· Frisc " "gent, on he- i half of the employes, Mr. and Mrs.: Fritts, who have made their home ! at CIO North Olive Avenue ai-e to live in Mr. and M ; -s. W. V. "Buck" Gmhcrie and three children, Uucky, Gerry and Tommy, of Roy A. Adams, Adams Flower. Lynn, Mass., j, re visiting Mr. I Shop, is attending the 39th a n n u a l ' ^'''herie's mother. Mrs. Mary convention of the Texas State'? U ' h e r L e ', and hit listcr ' Mr! . - , . , . . ' James Bohannon. j r i o n s t s Association meeting in _ I San Antonin. j M;.- CM M n n j ' I Mif-s Stella Hall and her sister, l n v i , i..^ i u , i ' v ' iss Velma Hall, have returned Dr No eta Nanre and her moth- ,,, l h c i r i inme on (;oshen Road e i , Mrs. Li,,-y Aam-o. have r e t u r n - ' : , rtcr lhm , w r c k , , j h cd from ,-, trip lo Grand Canyon, fri ,. nds a n t ) relMjves ,,, chlcnl ,,, Yosemite and Ye lowstone Nation- , n r i F.vanston, 111., and in MU|al I'.irks, and other points in the vatikcc Wis I west. i ' ' i Mrs. J o h n , H^H. ,,,, ,,,v/,,o^ ,^ %TM$J t * | tonighi for n.icasr,, l - l . , wh..-rc .she S t u t t g a r l . Germany, to 'be the will M e n d a Conference ,,f Com-, guevt for a couple day, of h ' mrraal reacho.s bei.ij! h,-ld at i Pr-Mey Askow. Captain Il;,wlcv tho Gregg s College. I hi; M u d j · has been with the WACS A r m y of will be on methods of teaching Occupntmn in Germany for the [shorthand and lypim;. I p , nst f o u r vo;|r ^ ;,, , '^ WeaUran Service r.olltf The Wesleyan Service Guild will have a joint meeting Monday at 7:30 p. m. in Wesley Hall. Eunice and F.lliabelh Heffelfinger. Derlma Scott and Pearle Trow- hridge will be hostesses. Many religious hermits lived In the early Christian centuries who outdid any modern flagpole sitters. St. Simeon Stylites who lived on a 30-foot pillar for 30 years without ever coming down is believed to have been the first. % GALLON Vnilte Ice CNM 6k IVERYTHING M PIUMMNO md IWfUB FAYtTTIVIUJ IRON and METAL CO. AVI ·CLII BARTON for Attorney I HOI br Paul Johmon, Montl- HOGS' HEAVEN W A T E R M E L O N G A R D E N ' 540 Oarlaed Aranu* £ Stnina k« cold BMloiu ilicxi or whnli f dailr (ram 4 to 10:10 p.m. IOp«iM by 4 Ur*nUr Eafia*rtaf Sludnh) Car! A. Smith, federal Reserve Bank examiner, will arrive m the mornlnn lo spend hli vacmion at nl« home, 523 North Church. 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