Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 23, 1952 · Page 2
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July 23, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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2-1--WOtTMWHT AttMNSAf TIMB, feyrttovMU, Art WtdntMfoy, July 23, 1952 MRS. KATMUEN DOZIft timiiiniiiiiiiiitiiiiHiiiiiiiHiiiHiiiHii iiiiiiMiMiiiiiMinmtiiiniiiiiiiiiitniii Daily Calendar of Events Tonigkht Tri Delia Alliance Picnic. Mrs. Lnyce Hathcork, 7 40 Clu'.i Dnnrr Dance, Dark Bnwli 7 Nival Reserve Electronic Compuny 8-8 Drill, Karon Building 7 Deltt Sigma, Hugh Kincild, 7:30 Kappa Alpha Phi, 45 Eait Kock Street, 7:30 9841 Volunteer Air force Reserve Training Squadron, 7:30 Women's Democratic Club, Mrs. Glenn Hlcketts, 7:30 1. O. 0. r, IOOF Hall, B Thursday . . . Rotary Club. Washington Hotel, 12 F«mi!y Supper, Country Club, 7 Boy Scout Board of Review, Tint PreibyUrlin Church 7 V. F. W., 108W West Center, 7:30 Far West Chapter One. R. A. M., Masonic Htll 7:30 Voltuie 950, 40 ind R, Legion H u t , 7:30 Theatrical Production, "Theater As You Like It," UA Art Centc Theater, 8 ater under direction of Leo Bul- garov when she was only 15. She appeared with Ethel Hnrrymorc in "The School for Scandal." with Ina Claire In "Biography." ;i n d with Tnlull.il) liaiilihead in "The Second Mr. 1 :. T;nnjut l i;iy." Higgins played the role of George in "Our Ti.wn," and lie joined the K a t h a r i n e .'urnell company for "Antigone" and Omrti- da" on Broadway. He hns also np- pe;m-d in m a n y television productions. He anil Miss Tcitel met while I hey were both working at tho Arnerlran Thenter Wing, and they phyrrl opposite leads in "Hilly '.he Kid." I Parties jCompliment iMiss Clark " Miss Campbell Announces Wedding Plans ·;.t h : r h c , m f - o n East Maple Street . Lam P«" »nd Atha Win- ·· ! complimenting Miss Geneva Clark' ficld McMurlr ey. Jr., have been 1 I bri'le-cleet of William Parker j a n n o u nced for Sunday at 4 o'clock |B:i:.liaiii. in the Frist Baptist Church. i I A dessert course wan served In the wedding party will b e ' I from the dining table which was i Mrs. Sherwood Noll of Fayette- I centered with Gladioli in a variety I villc, matron of honor; brides- Broadway Actors To Appear Here Carol Teitel «nd Iuich..el Hig- finB, two of the nation's outstand- inf youni theatrical stars, will preitnt · program of dramatic s«ltctlons In the theater nf the Fine, Art» Center at the Univer- sity at 0 p. m. tomorrow. Their program, entitled "The ater as You Uke It," Is made ti of selections of plays by some ( the world's greatest dramatist from Shakespeare to Tcnnessc William.". Both Mins Tellel and liiggin have had distinguished car-ers o th« itaje. Miss Teitel Joined th company of the Cedarhurst The DENNIS THE MENACE By Kctchom W. L. Burnetts Observe 55th Anniversary Yesterday at the City Hospital j Hi Mr. and Mrs. Willis Lafayette'" 1 1 Burnett observed their SSlh wedding anniversary. Mr. Burnett, i patient at the hospital, was mar rlcd In Texas, to the former Miss Ida Mae Swaffnrd, July 22, 181)7. They arc the parents of five children, two of whom were with them yesterday. They are P. H. Burnell, manager of the Ozarks Products Company of Fayetteville, and a daughter, Mrs. J. H. White of Durham. ,, Each gift was demonstrated b v l f l ,' ^f" FeiTe1 ' Gravcttt ! the giver and the honorTM guessed · " " Nanc y Williams of North thu contents of the package be- · Ij "" c Rock. Mrs. Jo Ellen Carl- i fore unwrapping. ! isle Zembsch, Berkley, Calif., and I Special rui'sts wde the m o t h e r s ; Mrs. Rea Sumrall Long of Little I of Miss Clark and her fiancee,! Rock; ·mrf' A?" W n C 'w k °n H . indsvi11 ' ! M '« Paul Kay Walker and Miss i I The Original Tfiis you must try ... a. bra with canny concentric stitching which insures wonderful moulding power and cleavage through wearing and washing. Shoulder straps are non-skid. IN NYLON OR COTTON For the occasion, a number of floral arrangements were received by the couple, including one given by the personnel of the hospital. Party At Wyman Honors David Clark Mr. and Mrs. Willis Drake entertained Monday night at a sur- irise birthday party for David :iark o( Wyman. The dinner table vas centered with a birthday cake. Hindsville and Mrs Silas Clark of Goshen. Fayetteville, and cousins of the bride elect, flower girls; Donald ! Previous parties given for Miss Maples, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lo- Clark include a reception and ran Maples of Sweetwater, Tc shower given by Miss Martha ' Brooks, assisted by her rr)0ther, Mrs. Guntcr Brooks, at their home on Highway 71, north. Miss M a r t h a Diggs and Mrs. Bobby Brooks served from a lace covered table decorated with pink and white carnations and snapdragons. Gifts were presented by Betty Talbot, attired in raincoat and white rubber boots and carrying an umbrella. Another was that given hy Mrs. , Texas, ring bearer; Bill Logan of Romana, Okla., best man; groomsmen, Monroe Bill Plumlee, Miami, Okla., M. G. Smith, Clayton, Okla., Bill Whlse- ! n a n t , Tulsa, Okla., Bill P. Nichols, Oklahoma City, Okla. Dayne Herndon Oklahoma City; i Ushers, Willis H. Ricketts and j Richard Walden. ! Dr. Walter L. Johnson will officiate and Mrs. M. G. Smith of $ 2 50 - 50 lackaged gifts, and candles. Sum- 1 present and visitors were Miss mer flowers were arranged with ;recnery in the living room. Following ' the dinner, guests John Campbell a. the Hlnd» I- j c C on o k u wni «n. Community House. The miscel-! ,, ]Ti .J . *' accom ' laneous shower was attended by i E by {hc or S a "ist, Mrs. Emil ,,!,,,..* iii ,,. --1_ J oonriGiTian. Cherry Coke Party Given At Home Of Joe Pendletons I Mrs. Joe Pendleton and Mrs. W. Younkin entertained yesterday about 50 guests. Missionary Council Meets At Sharp Home The west Fork Assembly of God Women's Missionary Council met Tuesday evening with Mrs. Vera Sharp. There were 10 members .'ere entertained television nd la,ter a swimming party at .,akc A t a l a n t a , Other guests were Mrs. Vallgh- ecn Clark, Janice Clark and Arhur Clark of Wyman, Mr. and Irs. I,cc Shnnkles, Miss Roberta Irakc and Miss Daphina Drake. 3ics Sell Business And Home, To Live In Tulsa Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Dies, ho have operated Hurry's R,i- Joyce Cantrall, Pauline morning at the Pendleton home on Smith and Miss Adcl Colthar. I Skyline Drive, with a Cherry Coke For the devotion Miss Colthar party. read the 91st Psalm. This was fol- Refreshments were served to ap- Inwed by prayer. Plans were j proxlmately 19 guests. White cher- i made to serve a chicken dinner, r ies, appliqued on ribbon stream-! August 1. A f t e r which Mrs. Sharp ] ers, carried out the motif. A cop- read a portion of the book, "Nile i per dish filled with fruit, was' Mother." placed off center of the table and It WHS announced that the next i at the cross formed by the stream- mcelini! will be with Mrf. Gfr- ' t i u d c Stockburger, August 5. Brush Arbor Meeting Continues This Week arbor meeting, be- lator Shop here for the Inst i n J i n , , ronducted in the Elkins Coin- Abshler-Bryan Motor Com-1 l.eakc. continue through any, and are moving to Tulsa. j Sunday and perhaps longer. kla. They hnve sold I h e i r home 111 Enst Maple to Mr. and M rs. Icr Hayes. The Dies plan n ip to Sun nicRn, Calif., to visi Leake reports crowds arc f i l l i n g the caoacitv ·in by eq ers. Jack Burge spoke to the group on the candidacy of Francis Cherry, and his qualifications for the office of governor. V. F. W. Auxiliary Elects New Officer A regular meeting of the Jack Tidball Auxiliary of the Veterans , of Foreign Wars was held last! night. Mrs. Estelle Baugus was elected secretary foot nrbor and a loud speaker has , .l.cen installed for those who are P l " ted secretary and treasurer. leir daughter, Louise, who is sta- unable to find seating space be-; ' a k m ? t n e P |ac ' e of Mrs - 1rTMe oned with the Navy at North Is-' nc.ilh the nrbor. ' ' " nwc11 . who moved to Camp Hood; n t l -. | Special musical numbers arc rc * as ' The couple enme here from Fort | iriven each night and the singing! A . re . p ? r ....°*_ the . slate cnca mp- m l l h I I years n K o, but.-ire former j is under the direction of Mrs sldonls of Oklahoma. Hnrron of Klkins. Did You Know-- Thqt TOM GENTRY Is The ONLY Candidate For Attorney General Who Is Admitted To Practice Before The Supreme Court ^"" of The United States? Ont of Hit important duties of office is to rcp- rtsent th. Stot. of Arkon.os in ony oetion in rru-Si'v"" 1 eOUrt '" tht lond ' ond TOM GENTRY is cxp«ritnc«d and most capabl* of taking full charge of any cose without having te employ outside assistance. Did You Know That--- TOM GENTRY was first to protest the application of the telephone company's petition for an Increase in telephone rates in some 87 cities in Arkonsa*, and was Chairman of the City Artor- neys committee who successfully won the fight for lower phone bills. COMPARE- The Record of TOM GENTRY, with 14 Years Of Experience As a Practicing Attorney, 5 Years As City Attorney of Little Rock, A Capable and Conscientious Servant Anxious to Work For Tour Own Interests and Good Government. Elect TOM GENTR ATTORNEY GENERAL of Arkansas Pollllcil Ad». Paid For Ry W. T. Hollin, C.mpulgn Director mcnt at Little Rock, was given b. Mrs. Kuby Anderson, after which other reports were given. Personals Kenneth W. Philbeek of Dallas, Texas, spent the weekend with hi; mother, Mrs. John W. Philbeek. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Fogelman of j Marion, are here for a week with ' her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Powers Fowler and son, Tommy, of Mountain Home, are guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Holder. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Walker of Rocky, Okla., are here for the wedding of Miss Jeannine Campbell to Winfield McMurtrey. Missy Mcllheron of Weslaco, Texas, arrived Sunday to spend several weeks with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ed- rniston. Jack Baker of Oklahoma City, | formerly of Fort Smith, has moved to Fayetteville where he is manager of the 0. B. Williamson ! Underwood Company. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Campbell, Ir.. of Durham, N. C., are visiting here with her mother, Mrs Irene Stearns. Mrs. Campbell is the former Ola Adclle Stearns. Mrs. H u f u s Cherry and Mrs. L. R. Creoshaw. both of Little Rock, are visiting here with their daugh- er and granddaughter, Mrs. Joe Vndleton. Mrs. Robert Mhoon and her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Poole of Houston, Texas, spent the weekend in Kansas City. Mo., wilh Mr. and Mrs. George Farley ' and Mrs. nob Kitch. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Jones i of Spokane, Wash., announce the ' birth of a daughter, Melissa Lee, j J u l y 22. Mrs. Jones is the former , Mary Ann Helstern, daughter of I Dr. and Mrs. Nolan Helstern. | Dry Eczema Itch Oulck, lading rellef-jkin leerhtd «nd larfened with Oil-rich Resinol OWTMINT-'ConN*. lore/* IVERYTHING M FAYETTIVILLI IRON 0*4 METAL CO. AVI Here's a marvelous new bra with permanent uplift that gives you young, young lines and a young, young outlook. Specially designed for large women. 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