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July 19, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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If, 1M2 *****y***HmmimvMttnimmmiituHtuHmt*»UMHn ^ Society MM. KATMMN DOOM .... Vows Said At Wiggins Memorial Mr. and MM. Charles H. Couch are leen above, following their wedding, performed by the bridegroom 1 ! father, Guy H. Couch at the Wl«in. Memorial Methodist Church, July 8. Mri. Couch is the'former Pearl Marie Stewart, daughter of. Mr. and Mr«, Herman L. Stewart Th* couple la making their home at 430 Huntsville Street.--Photo by In Houston Baptist Temple Mrs. Coleman Honored Guest At Shower Sprlngdalc - (Special) - Three hostesses, Mi's. W. T. Pitts, Jr., Mrs. Landrcth Loyd and Mrs. W. A. Harrlislcr ditertainwl w i l h a stork shower Friday night for Mrs. Jammic- Colrman at the home of Mrs. Pitts nn Maple Drive. Refreshments worn scrvct to the guests upon arrival. Those prescnling gifts to Mrs. Coleman were: Mrs. Sandy Boone, Mrs. Thurmond Moody. Mrs. Kl- mo Samuel, Mrs. Earle Jincs, Mr«. Espen Walters. Mrs. Jim Wilson Mrs. II. K. Wilson, Mrs. Lester Schmidt, Mrs. Edward Derncr, Mrs. Carl Carmack, Mrs. Hiran Tcsl, Jr.; Mrs. John Late, Jr., Mrs. Harvey Jones. Mrs. Lon Cook, Miss Lucille Gray, Miss Gladys Gray, Mrs. Frank Sharp, Mrs. Dean Gunsolman, Mrs. George Harner, Mrs. Troy n.van, Mrs. Bill Hunt, Mrs. Clyde Murphy, Mrs. Loftin BroRdon: Mrs. Paul Brogdon, Mrs. Doyle Clark, Mrs. Billy Graham. Mrs. Stanley Jordan, Mrs. Stevo Lawrence, Mrs. Freeman Shell. Mrs. Calvin Little, Mrs. Harry Unwell; Mrs. Clifford Samuel. Mrs. Thelma Harris anrl Mrs. Earl Howard. Mrs. J. W. Murphy. Mrs. ,Ilm Younkin and Mrs. Paul Coleman, of Faycttevllle. Miscellaneous Shower Given At Durnal Home A miscellaneous bridal shower, honoring Miss Nora Lee Parncll. 3rldc-elert of Gene Ensler of Yuma, Ariz., was Riven Thursday evening by Miss A n i l s Sloan and Miss Peggy Sebourn, at the home of Mrs. Howard Durnal, Zion Road. A color scheme of pink and white was carried out in the floral centerpiece of c a r n a t i o n s bridal wreath, in the center of which wns a bride's doll. The pink and white cake was inscribed with the names of the honorec and her fiance, and served to about 35 guests. Among those present were Mrs. Kathryn Parnell, mother of tht bride-r-lort and out-of-town' Biiests, Mrs. Frank Hagsdale an Mrs. Belly Gracy, bolh of Rogers Cfouch-Bohc Marriage Told When School Bells Ring She Locates Her Man Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Crouch are shown following their marriage .luly 3. at Oak Lawn Methodist Church in Dallas, Texas. Mrs. Crouch is the former Miss Helen Bohe, daughter of A. Bohe of Fayettcville and Mr. Crouch is.the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray C. Crouch, Maple- n-ood, N. J. The bride, given in marriage by Jack McCarter of Dallas wore a street length,white organdy frock, with matching pearl studded .(uik't cap and she carried an orchid. Miss Jane Martin of Dallas dressed in blue organdy, was maid of honor, and Bill Tim of Dallas fcrvcd the bridegroom as best man. The couple is making their home at 3130 Lcmmon Street, Apartment five, Dallas.--Photo by Green. Obituary f.,,%%' ,* ^"lTM .^nson. he former Miss Doris Jean Wllkes, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Stanley E . Wilkes of Houston, Texas, is showni at the time of her wedding, Jun. 5. The ceremony was pir- lormed by the bride's father In the Houston Baptist Temple Mr Johnson Is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Walter L. Johnson of Favettcvillc' DENNIS THE MENACE By Kttcham Coffee Compliments Kansas City Guests Mrs. Lee Cantrell enlertalncd with an informal roffcc Thursday morning at her home on Ranch Drive, honoring her house guests Mrs. G. 11. Love and daughter Sara Love, of Kansas City, Mo. Other guests were Mrs. Robert Brgart, Mrs. Martin Johnson, Mrs. Carl Ferguson, Mrs. Warren Hannah, Mrs. Henry Caudle and Mrs. Harold Frcy, COUNTY GROWERS-- nr-'tD FHOM PAGE ONE will make a SO per cent crop this spring. Livestock is, said to be in fair to good ·«h»pj, 1 and if sufficient moisture'is forthcoming the srape.crop wjll be about thrcc- 'durthj of normal. Cucumbers are badly damaged. · This summation is included in the committee report: "I'l-ovidi'i? we secure seasonal rains immediately, as of the present dati iwc have only had scattered showers ovtr the county not to exceed an average of one-half inch) and continue to receive normal rain, Washington County would not be of a disastrous condition. However, crops such as corn and hay are not more than 50 per cent of normal." $il.r Cleveland Low* Springdale -(S p e c i a I ) - Sile Cleveland Lowe. 63, a former caf_ operator in Springdale until his health failed several years ago died unexpectedly at his home al 3'4S a.m. today. He is survived b his wife, Mrs. Anna Kilgore Lowe five sons, Roy of Long Beach Calif., Cecil of Rogers, Clint ol Texas City, Cleve of the home and Kenneth of Oklahoma City; three brothers, three sisters and five grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are incomplete, but the services will be held at the Callison-Sisco Chapel and burial will be in Friendship cemetery. Eisenhower Resignation Accepted By The Army Washington - (fl - Dwight D. Eisenhower is no longer a mili- ary officer. His 40-year Army arccr was ended yesterday with he official acceptance of his "sighation by Secretary of the rmy Pace. The five-star general wrote on July 12 that "circumstances" die- Sin is the name of a Sumerian moon god. Fur seals can dive more than 200 feet in search of food. Now's'the time to plan on a pretty dress for your young daughter to wear on "the first day back" this fall. Here is an adorable collared style that will be her favorite all semester, too. Pattern No. 8856 is a scw-rite perforated pattern in sizes 8, 8, 10, 12. H years. Size 8, 3H yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, sen* 30e for EACH, in COINS, your name, ad dress, sites drsired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Northwest Arkansas Times, 1150 Ave. Americas. New York 36, N. Y. Basic FASHION for '52 is filled with ideas tc make your clothej budget go further -- time-saving and economical deiigns that are " PrintHl While the transport General A. W. Brews,...,, ,,cwjy arrived from Koren, was moving up to the dock at San Francisco First Lieutenant Milton E. Perkins of Eugene, Ore., caught sight of some balloons on the dock with "Hey, Milt, Here I am" lett»rcd on them" The lieutenant was one of the first off the ship. Here his wife Snirl:jeannc, is held in a tight embrace by her husband. The archer fish of Southeastern I Asia shoots drops of water from A cubic foot of coal can produce -.--· -- - «... enough electricity to operate the ZTunt^mofeTM t0 WCiSh ! whiTMH «£ *"* ***" *""*· %%# h °TM ^"^^ ° b ° u t ' Weekly Classified Business and Professional Directory EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS CITY HOSPITAL. Pham \fOO GAS. PhaiM 2160 ·CCOUNTI lUtlHIM COUKM1 -' TRAIN FOR CIVIL StRVKI JOiS CITY WATER PLANT. Phone 721 LIGHT AND POWER. Phone 2200. MUTUAL IHIUMNCI- FIRE. Prior* 75 POLICE. Phone 31 SECRETARIAL -- STANDARD COURSES FAYETTEVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE .,,,,,, _. FATETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS mom * no. DAVIS. PRES. »UT» AUTO GLASS « MIRROR SHOP AutoraobUt Gliil Initilltd CUis Tablw -- PUi. Qlaii -- Minon Mirror RttUv«lng, Glut Furnitun Topi ALL WORK GUARANTEED 119 W*tt Meadow. Phone 2720 AUT» tated his giving up sion. his commis- Alarm Is Answered Firemen made a run to 151 University to the home of Francis Hand shortly before 4 o'clock yesterday. The fire, which firemen aid was caused by a short circuit n an electric fan, was out when they arrived. Tax Withholding Legal Washington-(/P]-Presidcnt Truman signed legislation yesterday under which states may withhold tale income taxes from Ihe pay if federal employes. Military pay s exempt. Gladys Patterson Dies After Long Illness Word has Just been received here of the death of Miss Gladys Patterson, 55, of Paris. Texas. Miss Patterson died in a Paris hospital, after a long'illness. She was a registered nurse, receiving, her training at the Fayettcville City Hospital and at the Michael Reece Hospital in Chicago. Miss Patterson was born at Enloe, Texas, August 7, 1896, the daughter of the late James and Amelia Beard Patterson. She Is survived by her sisters, Mrs. N. E. Briscoe, Mrs. William Blair, bolh of Paris, Mrs. W. E. Lane of Hugo, Okla., Mrs. W. T. Nicholas, Port j Arthur, Texas, and Mrs. S. A. Alli sup, Lubbock, Texas. AGE NO HANDICAP, SAYS BARKLET FAYETTIVILLE AUTO SUPPLY II EAST MOUNTAIN FAYFrTEVILLE, ARK, FHOWE 774 Crankshaft Orlndinfl F*r AN Cart and Track* Washington County Farmen Mutual Fire Insurance Organized 1922 1952 will be 200th Anniversary of Mutual Insurance Phoiw 180 209 North Block Strttt NtWI STAND · SINES BODY SHOP SpKlallilni In Body and F.nd.r Work. Painting. Safety Glati. Upholittring, Sett Conn. 227 W. Dkbon Phen* 196 LAUNMT CLtAMCM CITIZENS LAUNDRY DRY CLEANERS Quality -- Service 326 N. Watt Phon. 2146 CARMEN'S NEWS STAND (Formerly Fowlsr'i Fruit and H.w« Stud) "THE BlSi LITTLE STORE" in FAYETTEVILLE at 411 WEST DICKSON PHONE 114 JOHNSON PLUMBING AND HEATIN6 CONTRACT OK REPAIR Corner Spring and School. Phone 1060 Complete Drug Star* Service. Fro* Delivery from 7:30 A. M. to 10:00 P. M. PALACE DRUG STORE Walgreen Agency Phon. »77 411 Dkk*m St. F«r.it»Ul*. Ark. MKVICt ITATIOHi- ' ' -----»___i WALKER AUTO SERVICE COMPLETE SERVICE FOR ALL CARS ·But" WhHl Alisnm.nl WhHl Balancing ' FRAME AMD AXLE STRAIGHTENING 113 S. COLLEGE, FAYETTEVILU, ARK. PHONE 771 amciitr 10 Ma ch«n«*t ". «« Pr«M«i» Alton ttark. WMHInfftm, «Kiin( i» D«n»enn MmiM ··nrm.UU. u* Ntw DM! NO N. COLLEGE LAND'S GROCERY WE DELIVER on f*t H/woy--Ktgkt an fn« frlc»" PHONE 1211 JIWtLRT ' Also LOANS LICINSID PAWNBROKER ROCHIER'S JEWELRY SOUTH SIM SOUARI SAM'S LIQUOR STORE l/«-To-J«rt. PEERY SIGN AND ELECTRIC . SIGNS -- NEON -- ELECTRICAL WIRING 1-DAY SERVICE ON NEON REPAIRS FREE ESTIMATES ON ELECTRICAL WORK 132 SOUTH SCHOOL. pHONI 2601 TAXI Marvm- FAYETTEVILLE MILK CO. MfflUMZD - NON06BUD 400 W. DICKSON 0-K TAXI CO. Our Ctbt ere MW *«!pf»4 with l-war Radio to five yeu Mttn wrTlte. Fei TMl S*rrk. c«U yft TVMWftlTtM ' Ntw ROYAL Family CM M» Yen if rinrt h typinfl *· tto. Ptaw Htdrk. Now SfMNhMl. New NriaMi MIXANOER TYPEWRIT!* CO. raom MI i

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