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July 22, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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MNHMNNMWM«HMHUUimttllMimillllllllllllllllHI(IIIHIIIIIimUl Society m MM. KATHIHN DOI« iitHmmiiiiiiiiiiHtiiiiiiiinittiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiMHiiiHiiiiiitiiiiiniiii Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . , Sub D«b Club, Su| Cite, 7 Order of Rainbow (or Girli, Mlionlc Hill, 7 I). A. V., Legion Hut, 7 30dth Militiry Governmenl Group, 112H West Center, 7:30 UebeXah Lodee, 1OOF Hall, 7:30 --V. r. W. Auxiliary, Civic Clubrooms, 7:30 ..^Wednesday . . . Exchange Club, Fcr|uson'», 12 Jrii Gsrdtn Club, Mn. Joel Smith, 1:30 · Cloverleaf Club, Mri. C. E. Phlllipi, J:JO Crippled Children's Clinic Volunteers, Bales School, 4 Trl Delta Alliance Picnic, Mrs. Loyce Hathcock, 7 4(1 CIu'u Dinner Dance, Uark Bowl, 7 Naval Rettrve Electronic Company |-a Drill, Eaton Building, 7 Delta Sigma, Hugh Kincaid, 7:30 . Kappa Alpha Fhi, 4i East Rock Street, 7:30 D81 Volunteer Air Forct Reserve Training Squadron, 7:30 Women's Democratic Club, Mrs Glenn Rlcketts, 7:SO 1. O. 0. F., IOOF Hall, « Wedding Announced Party Scries In Oklahoma Compliment Miss Campbell Mlti Jeannlne Campbell, bride elect of Winfleld McMurtrcy. has returned from Poteau, O k l n , where the wai entertained with « ·erlet of pertlet given In her honor. An Introductory coffee was (Iv-en it the home of Dr. ind Mri. Mush Wright early last week, with about 73 guejli eallinf from 10:10 to 11 o'clock. Co-hoitetiei were Mra. W. G. Twyman, Mr«. John youmant and Mri, W. A. Byiri. Folowlnf the coffee, a litncheon was given for Ml» Campbell, with hoitnm Mn. A. W. McMurtrey, Mrs. Wright. Mrs. Dorothy Forbes While and Mn W. W. Byert. · Next In the seriei wan a Coke fetrty given b)r Mri. McMurtrey at iwr homi. A hoiteii gift wai te- rclved by (he honoree. J Mlu Cam|»bell and her parents, Mr. end Mr». Jvertt Campbell, were house guests of the McMt'r rey during their itay in Po'.oau. Hoys Appointed To Hendrix' Faculty Bill Hays, University gradual hai been appointed to the f n c u l t of Hendrix College. He will teac organ, church muiic. and w i l l rl reel the cappella choir. Ho w! alio be organist and choir it I recto et the Pulaske Heights Mctho.-ll Church in Little Rock. Hayi received a bachelor of mi lie degree with honors from th University of Indiana this year Announcements Cteverieef Club The Cioverleaf Club will mec omorow at 2:30 p. m. with Mrs C. E. Phillips, 616 nindcll. DENNIS THE MENACE ly Ketcham IX OOOKkNfl VVBOMf. MO IT DOES NOT' Leadership School Opens I At Methodist Assembly The first session nf the Leader-*ship School for the South Central Jurisdiction was held last evening at the Methodist Assembly on Mt. Sequoyah. Composing the South Jbituary Central Jurisdiction are the states' . .. _. of Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, I ***" Canne " Oklahoma, New Mexico, Kansas, Nebraska and Missouri. Included in the two week program is the Laboratory School, Tom Sandbrook; three children; j James Coker her mother; four sisters find two I brothers; an uncle and a u n t , Mr. and Mrs. C. M. M i l l e r of Winslow. letter L. Doughty Hogcrs-iSpeciaD-Funeral services for Lester L. Doughty, 73, a Hertchel Erntit Garner former resident of Rogers, will be Funeral services for Hcrschi'l j held Tuesday afternoon at the.. Ernest Garner, 40, a f a r m e r in t h n C.'allison-Porlor Funeral Home Farmington community who died late Saturday from injuries received in an accident, were conducted yesterday afternoon at Ncl- Tlie service will be conducted b 1 .the Rev. Vernon Chalfant, pastor of Central Methodist Church Burial w i l l be in Tucks Chap.i conducted by Miss Lula Doyle Baird of Morrilton, for workers with children and young people of the church. The school sets its own schedule in the mornings and Word ha hr P n rmv,i,.nrf v, ,- ,! son's Funeral Home by the liev. I cemetery north of Rogers "'Mr' tt ord has been received here of 1 G w M o r r i K O n . B u r i a i was in , h c Dm , Kht y died Saturday in Hou E .' the death of Arthur nhca Cannon "·. W . JV ' orr ' so "- B " SR Mr r = n n n - *: n j t..!.. ,, .. Fan-view cemetery. 56. Mr. Cannon died July 0, at Warrensburg, Mo. He was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Price Cannon and was born and reared in Fayetteville, where the f a m i l v livert for many years. Funeral and burial sen-ices were conducted July 8, at Ozark afternoons. Also in the mornings are to be! 13 courses, for workers in special' Mr». Marilyn Miller Sandbrook sections of the church. Each a f t e r - 1 i.,,_».-,. j u · i noon at 4 o'clock, Interest Groups , J H I ' - ' services were - meet for leaders in the 1 !?. cld S a t u r d ay « Kansas City. Pallbearers were Billy Johnson, Charles Hunt, Forest Johnson, J-'rcd Dodd, Gregg Holland, and ton, Texas. Keep «p trio the TOHES dally. ! , Mr. and Mri. William Allen Crum -McRoberti Photo. Crum-Matthews Vows Said At Johnson Baptist Church The Johnson Bapiist Church vas the scene of the wedding of Miss Belly May Matthews, datigh- cr of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mathews of Springdale, and William carnations in a green cryst.il bowl. W'hite flowers and greenery were arranged about the room, in keeping with the while and green motif. The wedding cake was church, with a recreation program following al 5 o'clock. Vesper services, held the first and last evenings of the school, wore conducted last night by the Rev. D. L. Dykes, Jr., who will also speak for the last service. Other nights except Sunday, there will be special public addresses at 8 o'clock. Morning and evening services will be conducted on Sunday. Dr. Warren Johnston of Baton Rouge, La., former Fayetteville minister, will be one of the speakers. Miss Stella Nance of Ihe Methodist Publishing House, Nash- v i l l e , Tenn., is in c'.arge of the Book Store, which is open to the , public at all times. Mrs. Howard | Grimes of Dallas. Texas, a specialist in Visual Aid, is working with all classes of the school. Dean of the school this year is Dr. Ira Brumlcy of Conway, and included among the staff arc: Mrs. John H. Morris of Farmington, nurse; Claude D. Nelson. New Vork. N. Y.. teacher; Dr. John Z. Schisler, Nashville, formerly of Jonesboro, leader; Dr. M. Earl Cunningham. Nashville, formerly of Fayetteville, leader; Dr. Donald M, Maynard. professor of relisious education at Boston University; Dr. Krnest W. Saunders, professor of the New Testament at Garrett Biblical Institute; Dr. David D. Sopcr, head of the department of religion »i Beloit College. Mo., for Mrs. Marilyn Miller Sanrlbrook, 31, who was killed Wednesday in an automobile accident in Kansas City. Mrs. Sandbrook was born in Winslow, the daughter of Mrs. Pearl Miller and the late Oda Miller, moving with her fsrr.ily to Kansas City, when a young girl. She Is survived by her husband. It't Cherry Picking Timt in Arkansas Enjoy the fruili of good gorernmeni. Pol. Adv. paid for by Chrrry (or Governor Committee, Fayetteville. % GALLON Vanilii Ice Cream 63c Holland «r«. Lodier Mart .i.w« ui o i ' i i u K u r f i e , ann w i i i i a m . mom. me wedding cake was Allen Crum, son nf Mr. and Mrs. j served by Mrs. Ross Cox. Others « nd daughter, Elizabeth, of Mon- l c .. um . °' J°hnson, July 13, n t who assisted were Mrs. Frank 'ticello, Ark. Johnson, Mrs. E. M. Logtie and Oil :30 O'clock. The Rev. E. M. Lojue officiated j Mrs - Burl Caldv.-ell' "Mis^Shirley t the double ring ceremony be- Du-Cote was in charge of the bride's book. -.- , -..,, Thc couple left afterward on a reenery. Vows were said in the wedding t r i p to Kansas City, Mo. r e s c n e e of men-.bers of the| T hey will make their home at hurch, r e l a t i v e s and other Norfolk. Va., where the bride- riends. groom is in Traditional wedding music was laycd by Miss Neva Crum. She Iso accompanied John Moreland, ho sang "The Lord's Prayer" id 'Always." The bride, given In marriage' j- her father, was nttired in a ' own of white organdy over i rccn, fashioned with a ticht odice and f u l l ballerina 1 l e n g t h ' ' " h,° rpUS , L ' h , ns ' 1 ' Texi " ""'use dcr Icncth vein"/ l h « "1'"1 illness of hi, bro- Broom st-honl, August. the Navy t r a i n i n g 'vhich he will complete in Personals · Hr. and Mrs. Witt Carter are , , in Corpus Chrisli, Texas, because I thcr, Dr. N. 13. Carter. iirt. Her ilinuldcr length veil as caught to a head-band of nk roses anil she wore w h i t e , vlon mitts. She carried a while i Mr - Dn d Mrs. Harold E. Duc- ihlc, topped by ,1 bridal boqnet ' E ar have returned from Corpus pink roses and baby breath,' Chrisli, Texas, where Ihcy visit- 1th w h i t e ribbon streamers. i ed their cousins, Drs, Bill and Maid of honor, Miss Dnris .layne Mary Shormley, and their uncle '.ckson, was attired in a nivy i and aunt, Dr. and Mrs N D Car lie sheer and navy and white | ler. ·eessnrirs. Dean Skclton served j M a r i l y n Rene of .Toncsboro, returned home Sunday a f t e r a visit of several days here with Rita Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Parker Rushing and ?on, David, have returned from a vacation in the Northwest states. En route they visited Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Shepardson, Beatrice, Neh., and with Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Dunlap and son, Gordon at Filer. Idaho. EVERYTHING M FtUMBINO and FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. AVI. Final Summer Clearance All Summer Dresses-Suits Sportswear--Formals Group of Summer Suits $10.00 Large Group of Lingerie and Blouses Drastically Reduced ALL SALES FINAL To Affend Boys' Nation Following the ceremony, a re- ptlon was held in the church n-lors. Mrs. Thomas Rothrock d Mrs. rinfi'.s Kcsse presided at e punch bowls, placed at each d of the bride's table. The table i« covered with a white cut- - r, ·rk linen cloth and centered j Johnson, of Baker, Calif. th an arransoment of white ' · wilh Mrc. Carnej's m - t r c r , Miy. J. L. Bicks, in Fort Worth, Texas. Mrs. Ida Ballard left yesterday for « week in Wichita Falls, Texas, w i t h relatives. She was accompanied by her . brother, Frank LE DEED I960 ^jft TM a^^**^^llraiilpa^H^H SAVING Many of your friends found their homes here. They realized that regular deposits soon added up to real living comfort. Your dreams come true when you save too. Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Moore of Fort Myers, Fla., arrived last I - - , ,, - - . . , i.,^., aim tu Jtiai week for a two weeks visit here with their son-in-law and daughter. Chaplain and Mrs. James A Burris. "V.;. l Eugene B. Henderson, son of Mr. i and Mrs. W. V. Henderson, 607 ^orth Walnul Avenue, with David Railey of Fort Smith, will leave tomorrow to represent Arkansas at the seventh annual American Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hart and j Lc S iun sponsored Boys' Nation. children of Salina, Kan., have re- to be held in Washington, D. C., turned home a f t e r spending a few I Friday through July 31. Hcndcr- nays here with Mr. and Mrj. Jack i j on, a senior at Fayetteville High *·""" -1 '-: '" School, and Bailey' will join approximately 85 other delegates from 45 states In organizing in Washington, a junior-scale federal government of their own. Evans and familj-. F I R S T N A T I O N A L BANK MYITTIVILLI, ARKANSAS Mrs. W. E. Basselt returned home Sunday from Little Hock, after a two weeks visit w i t h her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Tale, and grandson, -ion Roger. Ralph D. Jones, representing the Orarks R u r a l Electric Co-op of Fayeiteville, returned Saturday from attending the second a n n u a l electric meter school, held at Mississippi State College, last week. U. Col. T. C. Carlson. Jr.. flew from Maxwell Field, Ala.. Saturday, m spenrt the weekend hore w i t h his parents, the T. C. Curl's. He returnd yesterday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Norwood Sines. Mr. and Mrs. Ert Patterson and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sines and d a u g h t e r . Linda, of Pine B l u f f , eft Sunday for a week at Norfork ' Lake. Meeting them there were 1 K l m r r Hnste and his mother, Mrs (In Haste, both of St. I.ouis, Mo. · Mr. an ( ( Mrs. Tracy Finn, J r . ' md children, Knthy and M l c k v , of Greenville. Miss., are spending this week v i s i t i n g w i t h relatives In Favettevllle. Mrs. Finn Is the former Trixle Hasten, daughler o f . Mr. and Mr». w. W. Bassett, Sr.' Betty and Franklin Williams and I children, Jeff anit Kit. of Normnn, I Okla., who are living temporarily I In Iowa City, Iowa, am expected ! to join the family later In th» wwK. Alio arriving thin weekend I ·re Dorothy and Howard Edwards I For Your COUNTY JUDGE Elect RICHARD B. GREER BUSINESS MANAGER Educated Experienced in Business Administration. Program of regular and systematic maintenance of all school bus, mail and milk route roads. Permanent Improvement of Farm to Market Roads. Cooperate with religious, civic and social organizations to give wise counsel and guidance to our youth and their problems. Work with all agencies to give maximum care to those in unfortunate circumstances, always with sympathy and tolerance. Experienced as a presiding officer. Familiar with tax matters. Proven planning and leadership ability. RICHARD GREER IS QUALIFIED THROUGH TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE. HE IS PREPARED TO GIVE A BUSINESS LIKE ADMINISTRATION. HE HA Lt»l° UND ' ECONOMIC, EFFECTIVE PROGRAM TO MEET c E r, EBR Jc« UT ^ ° F THIS IMp ORTANT OFFICE, ALL WITH UND?RSTANDING TESY ' FR ' ENDLINESS ' SYMPATHY AND RICHARD GREER IS READY TO SERVE YOU AS YOUR COUNTY JUDGE IT IS UP TO YOU - ~ YOU BE THE JUDGE Paid For by Richard Greer, Candidate for County Judge. ROAD OVERSEER JUVENILE COURT PUBLIC WELFARE CHAIRMAN OF QUORUM COURT T« tar* M«i cLWrUh «v«r «ffffwl Now you can slarl lo use and enjoy, every day, the lasting heauly of Corham'Sterling -- 16 timeles* p«tlcrn»to chooie from. Their · better balance and finer design arc things you can feel and see. Come in «oon and tec how easy it it to own and gift give Corham Sterling through our convenient budget plan.. tlX-FIKI 'UCt.UTTINOr . .-It pvtltrni. OlJttfl t. JN.M Intl. f.J«fol ta». Idnife, fork, ttoip«on, lalod fork, Mup ip*on, bylttr UM Y*ur Credit liUi ul Go.Um'i xiluilvt itomleti, Ktndlt. ll'i dtnl-und rgttU rtu.l.irt. 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