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Saturday, July 26, 1952
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wOtThWBT AMCANSAS 11MB. fay****. Aitom* Mvr*?, July M, 1*52 fW!MNMI limWItMMIIHMIlmittHimiNH 1IMMII MRS. KATMlffN DOOOt MimiimiiMiMmiiHtuHiiiiiiHiiitiiiHHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMmiiimHiiimiiimtiiMM · Daily Calendar of Events · Monday . . . Hi Si Club, Clubroom, 7 B. and P. W. C. Picnic, Mrs. Minnie Bronson, 7 Washington Lodge One. Masonic Hall, 7:30 THIS 'N' THAT ABOUT TOWN KATHLEEN DOZIEH Acclaim for the speeches made Wednesday evening at the Democratic Convention, resounded in the audience gathered at the home of Jewel and Glenn Ricketts. Members of the Democratic'Women's Club and their guests were entertained with the televised program and were served refreshments during the evening by Jewel, assisted by granddaughter, Janice. Among those present were Ella B. Hurst, Winifred Smith, Suzanne Lighten, Minnie Bronson, Myrtle Hanna, Pearle Trowbridge, Ethel Smith, Goldie Jones, Evalee Campbell and Kathleen Dozier. Those from Springdale were Gus and Sybil Eidson, Joe and Helen Murphy, Hattye Luckett, Aidelle Frazer, Laura Lowe and Letha Brogden. A family reunion this week will be climaxed with a picnic supper at Knerr Heights, at the homes of Miss Ina Knerr and the Lyle Bryans. Others who were there were Trixie and Tracy Finn and children, Kathy and Micky, of Greenville, Miss., Betty and Franklin Williams with children, Jeff and Kit, of Norman, Okla., who are presently living in Iowa City, Iowa, while Franklin completes his doctor's degree, Dorothy and Howard Edwards and daughter,, Elizabeth, of Monticello, the W. W. Bassett, Jrs., and son, Woody, \vho formerly lived at Monroe, La., and have recently moved to Fayetteville at 114 East Maple, and the W. W. Bassett, Srs. Plans August Marriage Weds At First Baptist Parties are planned at the Country Club for the younger groups, next Wednesday. First will be the party for first, second, third and fourth graders, from 11 to 1:30 o'clock, with swimming, lunch and games for all. This will be followed by one for the fifth and sixth graders, from 2:30 to 5 o'clock with swimming, badminton, croquet and refreshments. The latter group may bring one guest. If it should rain, the parties will be postponed for one week. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Maynord McSpadden announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Miss Doris McSpaddcn, to James A. Mosley of Little Rock. Miss McSpadden attended Southern Methodist University at Dallas, Texas, and is a graduate of the Dallas Methodist Hospital School of Medicine. Mr. Mosley is attending the University School of Pharmacy. The wedding will be an event of August 30, at 7 p. m., in the Central Methodist Church. The Rev. D. L. Dykes, Jr., will officiate. (Bob's Photo) 300 Attend Tea Given At E. E. Campbell Home Approximately 300 tended an afternoon guests at-* tea, given yesterday at the EvL'rctt E. Campbell home to display the trousseau and gifts of Miss Jeannlne Camp- Jell, whose wedding to Winficld McMurtrey, Jr., will be tomorrow 11IUW I I afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Firstl g a m c s nn ,j singing. given a serial number and a prison cap. A picnic supper was served to approximately 50 members, rush- ces and alumnae, followed by Gertrude Holder was hostess to a morning Coke party Thursday at her home, with the honored one being Louise Fowler, who with husband Powers, and son, Tommy, returned to their home in Mountain Home, yesterday. Assisting Gertrude were Fern Pratt, Jo Dalton, Pauline Wheeler, Louise Wester, Lucille Kent and ivy Sanford. About 150 quests called from 9 to 12 o'clock. Sylvia McRoy left this week on a trip in the East. She and Marian Ford Anderson accompanied Dorothy Dutton as far as her home in Baltimore, leaving there for Maine. They will then go to Columbus, Ohio, from where Sylvia will go alone to Urbana, III., to meet son, Jimmy, and return home with him . . . Betty Boston and Mary Margaret Grumpier are planning to leave Monday for Illinois and with them will be Betty's son and daughter, Bobby and Barbara. Mary Margaret will remain in Aurora, while Betty and children go on to Winnetka, Evanston, Rockford and Milwaukee, Wis., to visit with relatives and friends. They expect to be gone for about 10 days . . . Ruth White returns today from a lengthy vacation with son-in-law and daughter, Capt. and Mrs. Frank Proctor at Fort Benning, Ga. . . . Grace and Dr. James Butler, Jr., with daughter, Janice, left Tuesday for a 10 day vacation in Houston . . . The Edward Brubakers and children plan to leave Tuesday, going to New Rochelle, N. Y., where they will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Scott King . . . Bobby Jack and Jean Hart, who were recently married in Arlington, Va., and are now living in Tulsa, were recent guests of his aunts, Maude and Julia Rogers, and Mrs. George Handy and family. A Chi Omega rush party at the home of Mrs. Tom Cutting in Fort Smith, was held last weekend with luncheon, style show and swimming provjded for the guests. Rushees from Fayetteville who weVe there are Kay Thompson, Patsy Thompson, Suzanna Handy, Mary Sue Wade, Lois Jean Smith, and Barbara Wester. Active members of the Fayetteville chapter who went down were Mary Scarbrough and and Marie Louise Peterson. Baptist Church. After signing the guest book, those who attended were received by Miss Campbell, her mother, and Mrs. A. W. McMurtrey, Sr., of Poteau, Okla. Th« table, spread with an imported Irish linen cloth of lime green, was centered will, a fan shaped arrangement of gladioli in pastel shades, matching the dresses of the bridesmaids. The buffet held a bowl of lavender gladioli, also arranged in fan shape. Pastel gladioli were used throughout the home. Presiding at the table during the first hour were Mrs. Cal Collins and Mrs. Marshall Whilfield. The later part of the afternoon, they were replaced by Mrs. Pearle Trowbridge and Miss Pearl Porter. Mrs. Robert Zembsch assisted in the living room. Today at noon, Miss entertained for her attendants with a luncheon at Ferguson's Dining Room in the Mountain Inn Hotel. Those attending were: Mrs. Sherwood Noll, matron of honor; Mrs. Jo Ellen Carlisle Zrmbsch of Berkeley, Calif., bridesman Rushees wnre Barbara Bennett, Sue Cooper, Sylvia Fitzgerald, Suzanna Handy, Monte Roberts, Lois Jean Smith, Jean Ann Stewart, Patsy Thompson, Mary Sue Wade, Barbara Wester, Kay Thompson, Sybil Wong, Rosita Varela. all of Fayetteville; Diana Denman, Marilyn Holt. Jean Jamell and Jane Pharr. nil ot Fort Smith; Carole Hall, Joyc R ow!in H ,, ,, ,, ,, " ' c Donna Swect ' Mn. John Gabriel Sugg --Bob'i Photo Miss Ann Wiggans Is Bride Of Dr. John Gabriel Sugg candlelight ceremony, per- r carried semi-colonial bouquets Tuesday evening at 8 I t u b r u m In a ormrd 'clock in the Kirst Baptist Churcl;. Miss Elizabeth Ann Wiggans bc- amc the bride of Dr. John Gariel Sugg, sun of Mr. and Mrs. Mwin G. Sugg of Siloam Springs. lillies, lied with lacolun ribbon. Flower girls were nieces of the bridegroom, Maxlne Marie and Betty Jenn Ediger, who wore white embroidered dresses ant 'he Rev. J. William Watson nf the | carried baskets uf painted daisies irst Methodist Church of North | ana gypsophillii. Miss Nancy Eng- Jtlle Rock, officiated. Ilucklc- lisli and Jack English, niece qlid and · · - 'Crry and plumosis fern decor- ted the choir rail and altar, of Cnrllnsc Mo · onlli " K lho ''ackground for can- T,V"-.';,? C ' »°" dclabra and baskets of w h i l e glad- « Mo.; Doris Gates, Memphis, Tenn.; Nancy Jo Steele, Springdale. Members of the local chapter who were in charge of arrangements were Mary John Skillern, Billye Jo Gabriel, Korma Jean Stubblefield and Barbara Ellis. Dinner Honors - ioli. King asters and Majestic daisies. King asters, white satin nephew (if the bridegroom, served as candi ·lighters. Dale Sugg of Siloam Springs, served his brother us best man and groomsmen and ushers were | Dr. C. Garland Melton, l)r. ^ . - - - - - 1/1. \*. u m i i i u u ivirnon ui bows and greenery decorated the Garland Mellon, Jr., Hobo; 1C\\ S. .. ., I . , ,, ,, , , 11,.., :,,i ... ,1:,.,... Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bunch en- Mrs. Rea Summral Long, Little! Rock, bridesmaid; Miss Charlotte Ann Ferrel, Gravette, bridesmaid; Miss Dorothy Marion White, Poteau, Okla., bridesmaid; Miss Nancy Williams, North Little Rock, bridesmaid; Misses Paula Kay and Dirinda Mae Walker, cousins of the bride, flower girls; Mrs. M. G. Smith, vocalist, of Clayton, Okla. The luncheon table was centered !c h tertaincd at their hume in Elkins, | ceremony id;; Thursday night with a family d i n - "Uebestrau pe Mrs. Emil H. Sonneman at the organ played a program of wedding music including "My Heart At Thy Sweet Voice," "I I.OVP Then." Paint - Saens, "To a Wild Rose," "Meditation from Thais," Massanct. "Drink to Me Only Will, Thine Eyes, To The Evening Star," from Taunhauscr, Wagner. an,l "I Love You Truly," Carrie .lacoh Bonds. During the icrt gladioli P a c ' ner in honor of their son, John Alvin Bunch, Seaman Third Class of Norfork, Va. Those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Howard, their daughter Leta, and son, Carl Ray Howard, of Riverside, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Cannaday and son, Cecil, of Huntsville; Mrs. Wanda Grubbs ot Huntsville; Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Bunch of Kingston; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh S. Bunch Mrs. Sonneman played um," by Lisx.t, "Lone.,- mn s March" was used recessional. M . March" for the I The bride, given in marriage by her falher, wore a formal gown o'f imported while embroidered or-, ............ ,,,,...,, ....... ,, ..... w , . gandy, designed with a sweetheart ; Mrs. Garland Melton, Mrs. Rich- neckline, fitted bodice and bouf- ! ard Hodges and Mis. Tom White- McKimicy, Daniel Ediger, Wea- Ihcrford, Okla., Hill Simmons and Roy Barnes of Siloam Springs, and Dr. Henry C. Hing, Bcnton- villc. . Mrs. Wiggans chose for her daughter's wedding, a gown of Indies rose chiffon and wore shoulder corsage of while glamel- lias. Mrs. Sugg's gown was of lavender rayon mesh and her corsage, too, was of white glam- ellias. Following the wedding, a reception was hold at the Chi Omega house. Members of the wedding parly and parents of the bride and bridegroom, formed the receiving line. Receiving guests at the door were Mrs. George McKinney. Sos were ice bl'ue! the color"?! »1 TM~ ^ »' ^^ m ' "'· '"* the wedding dress Miss Campbell i " fant skirt, ending in a chapel | side. Assisting were Mrs. Robert tram. Embroidery covered the M. Smith, Mrs. L. H. Burton Mrs '·"" ' ' bands on the ' m i t t s were Matching Dinner Dance Given For 40 Club Guests Wednesday evening at th» W Club dinner dance, held at the Uark Bowl were; Mr. ind Mrs. Sam Schweiger of Shreveport, La., Mr. and Mrs. Powers Fowler of Mountain Home, Mrs. Toby Jorgenson, Mrs. C. T. · net Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith Dyess. EMertalnmcnt provided for intermission included, a tap num- b« by Kayctllc Woodruff »nd Spencer Brown; Hawaiian dance by Ibby Shuli, Mecky Kincaid, und Sunrirt Jen and a modern dunce by Hugh Kincaid. On the eommitlee in charge of imnjiomcnts were Mr. and Mrs. '·'.rnMt SUnriloy, Mr. and Yank Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Mm. Cl»y 'nf, and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Mc- 'llsirr, Jr. Dee Gee Members Return Today From Lake Lucerne Returning today from a week's camping trip at Lake Lucerne, are members of the Dee Gee Club; Jackie Allen, Patsy Anderson, Muriel Carter, Carol Carson, Lull Belle George, Doris Hughes Evelyn Lewis, Carolyn I-ogue, Barbara Marlin, Janelle Phillips, Camella Morrow, Anita Sloan and Valerie York. Pat Pond and Marjorie Hammond, alumna: members, were with the group ai were chap- crones, Mrs. Jewel Logue, Mrs. Charles Hughes and Mrs. Jesse Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Lornn Maples and children, Donnie and Vickie, ar- rhed today from Sweetwater, Texan, for « visit with Maplei" p«rcnl», Mr. «nd Mrs. Mr*. , . Glenn Rlcketu. Donnic will Ink p.irt In the McMiirtwy.CumpI*!! vcctdlnn. will wear. Kappas Give Ranch Party For Rushees Rushees were entertained Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Walter Richards on West Dickson Street, with a ranch party given by Kappa Gamma Alumnae. In- , formality was the theme of the i -evening with hay bales about the I yard and blankets spread for re- ' laxation. The serving table fea- I » tured a basket of vegetables. Fol- ; lowing the meal, the group spent the remainder of the evening sing i ·. ing songs. ! !· Guests were Carolyn Sager of j Harrison; Barbara Bennett, Sue I Cooper, Sylvia Fitzgerald. Kathryn | Ann Gray, Suzanna Handy, Monte i Roberts, I/iis Jean Smith, Jean i Ann Stewart, Kay Thompson, Patsy Thompson, Mary Sue Wade, Barbara Wester, Sybil Wong. Rosita Varela, Nancy Jo Slcelc of Springdale, Mary Eleanor Stafford, also of Springdalr, Frances Hook, and Shirley Umfrces. Oout-of-town guests were here i from Fort Smith, Springdale, Osawatomie, Kan., and Tulsa Okla. Z.T.A. Uses Jail Theme .1. A. Williams, Mrs. Ted Wylie. m,,. ft n r* 4 " i " i ~ ", * " ····"·- w v i v i M i s . Frank Stiltlc, Mrs. Lucien Mrs. 0._ B. Counts and son, , worn. The bridal cap repeated tho j Abraham, and Mrs. Charles Kil! embroidery found on the dress | Patrick. Music was furnished by · and lirlrt a fwo-liercd finger tip Mrs. Daniel Edigr-r, sister of the i veil of imported illusion. She bridegroom. Mr:. Oliver Ferguson carried a semi-colonial bouquet of was in chariro of the bride's'book, [ h y b r i d orchids ami slephanolis Mrs. L. A. De Rieux and son, I will, garlands of Ihe same flowers. The housfl was decorated throughout with baskets of floral ,,.,, ,,, , --;-- ..... , Billy Wayne, returned Thursday Claire Colcman Holmes, m a t r o n arrangements mglit after spending two weeks . of honor and the bridesmaids,! The five-tiered w»ddin» cako neles. They relumed by the way j bodices and , , h ,. - , - i - , - extending down either i Guy Hudgins. a u n t s of the bride of the Grand Canyon _parli.^_I side of the vrryjull ,:kirt,.. They ' At the- pim.-h bowl were Mrs. Coke Party Given At Holder Home For Party The local chapter of Xrta Tau ' Alpha entertained evening w i t h * rush Dimmer homo of Mrs. W i l l i a m F. Wednesday parly at the : Engagement Announced The eniriigomcnt of Mi«s Mary Helen Armstrong to Dr. Edwin Raloh iJusek of Kayetteville, son of Mr. and Mrs. John .1. Dunek of RoweiM Texas, ij announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs Robert Cooper Armstrong, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The forthcoming marriage w i i l b e on event of August. Miss Armstrong, a graduate of Cornell Colltgc took pcut-grndunte work at the University of Iowa and has done remedial trachlng in the public schools of Klgin, III., for the pant year. i Dr. Dllsck, a graduate of the University of Missouri, received his M A and I'h. D. degrees from the University of Iowa. He is assistant professor ot psychology at ihc University and Is a member of P«i Chi and Sigma XI national honorary societies. (1'ii^kn TIMKSKOTO) Claude Woolscy and Mrs. Vincent Halpln, Sr. Assisting In the dining room were Mrs. Walter Cole, Mrs. Karlow Hurt, Mrs. Hess Hoynlon, Mrs. .lohn Skillern, Mrs. El!a Hurst, ilrs. Roy Barnes, Mrs. Ernest Slanbcrry, Mrs. John Doan, Mrs. Tom Pearson, Mrs. Robert Peterson, Mrs. Hill Simmons, Miss Patricia Smith, Miss Janle Sullivan, Miss Mary Scarbrough, Miss Nancy Lone and Mlsj Betty Jo Melton. Following the reception, the -·ouple left on a wedding trip, af- ler which they will make their liomo In Siloam Springs. For travel, the bride wore a rose toned aille dressmaker suit with black iccessories and shell pink gloves. Out of town guests included Mr. ind Mrs. Edwin G. Sugg, Mrs. Jiacc English, Miss Nnncy Eng- Ish, Jack English, Mr. and Mr«. Roy Barnes, Dale Sugg, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Whlteside, and Mr. and Mrs. Hill Simmons, all of Siloam Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Edigor and laughters, Maxinc Marie and Bct- y Jean, of Weatherford, Okla.; Mm. J. Guy Hudgins, San Diego, "alif.; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wool- sey and Mrs. George Tow, Little Rock; The Rev. and Mrs. .1. William Watson, Mrs. Irl Bridcr.ths! and Miss Dorothy Bridcnthal, North Little Rock; Mrs. Lucien Abraham and Mins Judith Ann Abraham Batcsvlllc; Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Janes Springfield, I I I . ; Mrs. J. F. Portci and Mrs. Vincent C. llalpin, Sr. Osawatomie, Kau.; Mr. and Mrs Frank N. Humphry and A. Iluds pelh, all of Tulsa, Okla.; Mr. am Mrs. S. C. Vimon and Dr. am Mrs. Wilbur Green, Claremorc Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kllpalricl and Miss Joann Kllpatrick. Bar tlcsville. Ok!».; Dr. and Mrs. Hen ry C. lllng, Benlnnville. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Adlcr at rived today from Memphis, Tcnn tj be the house guest for a fev days of his brolhcr-ln-lawr an , sister, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dyes; Mrs. Lois Glaze who has t*e visiting her mother, Mrs. Ewin Webb, her sister, Mrs. Earl Slew art, and nephew. Bob Stewart, hr returned to her homt in Infk wood, Calif. DENNIS THE MENACE no«E' DW OAH w w OXUCTJON of SHEUS.- Glassware Fine China Gifts Housewares Catering to the Bride and Housewife LEWIS BROS. CO.

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