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July 30, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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"'illinium MRS. KATHUEN DOZIEK '" ' " I ' l l M I ' l i l H I I I l m i l M l l l . l l I , . , , ! , , . , , , , , , , , , l i m i m H . I I I I I M I M . i l . , , · Daily Calendar of Events · Tonight . . . ~V; aI .H'''"TM Electronic Company 8-H Drill, Eason Building 7 I.clt-i .Siemo, Don U-wu, 7.^0 Kappa Alpha I ?u. .|5 Katt Hock .Street, 7:30 'Thursday J notary Club, W a s h i n g t o n Hotel, |2 T".-h-f!a Club, Mis. IX ,1. Collins, 2:30 -'Co (ice Club, Lvelyn Lewis, 6;:lo J amily Supper, Country Club, 7 ' I.'.-ildv.'in Co.Timnndcry, Masonic Hall, 7:Sfl j Bride-Elect, Miss Clark, i Complimented With Tea Mrs. Monioe Laner and Mrs* ' Jirse 13enton were i-o-hoslesscs ;it 1 a tea yesterday afternoon, given i fYlkrP l at the Lanor home on Kas-' Maple,' v -' v/rv *' I Street, complimenting Mm Geneva ; /~'^··ll·n^ j Clark, whose mamace to William i ^""M---··«...u , Parker Bajham will be an event : \*_ i · . ,· . of Sunday ut the Central Mclh- MClllpllIS VlSltOf , odist Church. The hostesses and I * ·' MrTl 1 "^ ''ITTM" "' '' 1C rin " rJ M '' E - Gradr Harl "» enl«taln.d ' ih. I.'KI' j '5 cr ' n " n Presided at | yntcrday morning w i t h a Coke ' u ' and MreHaroL'i'Ve,,' d "ring The iu^'h" 1 ^ °" FM ' ·"'"*"' ~TM" *"""* " S ' h'upital. . The August meeting w i l l be held at the Washington County Fair View H. D. Club Has All Da/ Meeting The Fair View Home Demons t r a t i o n C l i i h mot a t ihe Com ' i r i i n i l y House bst week for a n 1 a l l - d i i y meeting. A -r. prH rti-h Inn,-hcon was served at noun, w i t h ,Mr 5 . W A i H e m l m c ;-s h'*t'T.r.. The bnsines:; i was called to order ,it - - - - - - " k by the vice president. I hrn v*ro nine mombers present I ,# Mr.-. Art f.'armoriy gave :i d e ' n - I ?.'( n n r t r a l i o n o n cwiverlln;! a k e i o - ' i.eiie l a m p into ;in e l e c t r i c lit;hl . During Hie .ecrealion hour " t (, c I mystery pncltagc was won by Mrs. Hemhren i,nd game prizes were received by Mrs. Maurice Hudson | The next mcetim of the club was announced for August ?6. G. E. Wright Accepts St. James Pastorate The Rev. G. K. \Vr!, r l.t of Fort Smith, hns accepted Ihe pastorate of St. .lames Baptist Church buc- recrtini; the jjcv. J. \v. wehb'. who s reti-ing as minister of t h e I · h u n i i i.fior 3:1 .-..n-s. v/r.hb v ' l l l l continue to m a k e his Imme I n ! Faypttevillc. Wright, n nalive of I.i'.tlc Rock is a graduate of Arkansas Bap- j - ist College and was formerly liaslor of Ihe Mt. Pleasant Baptist j C h u r r h r,t Fort Coffey, Okla. He James last iy and will make his resl- here sonn. Wedding Announced , . a ? ist tr E. Gamblll of Malcolm Iwo grandchildren. Burial will be in the Springdale Beach moved to Sprlngriale from I of Directors meeting in Little r , u g « r M r s Loyd Grcgf here. She l s survived by her daughter, Mrs. Gregg; a ? ist tr , Mrs. M. E births . . 111 · and Prayer meetings for a tent revival that will open Sunday at the | Mr . im! Mre . B ,| lr Gen , L ~~~ First Baptist Church are being: Mr. and Mrs. Billy Gene Lynch held this \vcek. The meeting of Sprinfrdalc, announce the b i r l h places for each nijht are: Wed- of tu ' ins ' fon a n d daughter, J u l y , · 'Jfl nt Iho f'fitint,- tjn^».:i.i J nestlay m-;ht at tne church; ' , . at t h e Counl J' Hospital. j lor incir regular nrotncrnood O f ,, 5on July 09 at th I meeting with the Rev. Nelson Tull Ipiial ' i as guest speaker. The women w i l l ! ' ' . ; meet at the home of Mrs. Loftin i Mr , nd Mr , JoMph . iiiirvi i* i nit; IIUIIIL ui juis. L,OJ1 s-cy and Freddie' Fink ! Brogdon on Highway 63 west purchased the Crablreei Mrs. Albino Roso "was returned "" Highway 71 north of I to her home in Tontitown Mon- ""· new owners have i day afternoon from the City Hos- thcy will black ,'pital, where she had been a na- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Clark of Springdale, announce the birth of a son, July 29, at the City Hos- be j ambulance. The Rev. Stanley Jordan of the Mr. and Mrs. Bobby n arn(!U ,,, '" 'vay 71 north h:,ic returned vacation trip , r f' ue "? ^'"".served i n f o r m a l l y f i o m the dining table, covered v.-itli an imported r t i t w i i r k cloth nnd centered w i t h a crvstal b.j'vl 01 silver, in which zinnias llo.iled. centered with en arrangement of ; pink, blue and white asters inter. mingled with gold engagement and . wedding rings, from which ulrenm- ! er« led, bearing the dutos of the cncagommit and wedding. Gladioli -- IS^r,^^ Music for the occasion was pre- : 1^0? M| SS A^ennTn and"^; NUFSCS ASSOCifltlOn i Luther Freeman at the piano. , Assisting the hostess were Mrs. Ufiarr fir Norman Kennan. Miss Man', 118011 U l . . PICKS. Miss M a r t h a Brooks and Mrs. Tom Fcalhors. j Dr. Coy C. Kaylor was guest Mrs. Thom j Miss Nora Lee Parneii Is Bride Of Gene B. Engler Engler -Photo by Green. as W. Collins, Jr., I Mrs. K a t h r v n Parnell of - w Dr. and Mrs. R. n. Russell of , , , L i t t l e R 0 . k spent ihe weekend ' 'I"' 5 ' w i t h her b r o t h e r - i n - l a w and sis- ' ,, C: tor, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Marian. i 7"' wedding was an event "). at 2 p.m.. in the Ce nt o f i . Mrs - Parncll chose for her , n t r a , i daughter's wedding, a gown of shantung with navy acees- · fiance. Mrs. E/ra W. Clark ot Hmdsville. and Mrs. O. W. Basham 1 of Huntsvillc. Approximately 100 guests called between t h e 'hour? of 3 to 5 o'clock Ozprk Club Meets For Quilting And Luncheon . The Ozirk Communily Club met Monday with Dorothy Mul- Jtey. Then were 10 members «nd 30 gueiu present. A n u i l t was , ,. , -- , . Mls » "·'·" Hushes and her f a - 1 1 it the J u l y meeting of j Iher, W, II. Hughes, have r e t u r n - ' I '··Hion of Operating Room ;«' f|1 oin a week's vacatlnn i n ' ila ' f . Ariz, and Santa Fc, N . ! ding . - c a l t a r \vas decorated ating. w i t h irom a three-wee." Washington, Or' inl.i. '''he Rev. Jack Tjy'or cofldrel- « n-.i'cr eveni ; i 3 worship BI-- vice.s at the Spri.i · Valle- Iiai' IIM Chi'rcli Sun,*:;.-' and annoi.n- cea th.-.t u reviv.i meting w.;i -ilcnaay, A-j.;,isl 4, ai I' c - v The scvrk'Hs ".ill be hc"j ·uldours uider ,1 | r usn ai . '. j Mis. 'leu Sandoi-i v . i l i ' l c a c i i.',V singing ji.d Shcrui,.n Brooks v-iil ' i'e the ;!anist. i Mrs. Calvin Walker of Spring-' dale has gone to Lafayette I,,d '· to visit her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Kenntlh, Shaikcy and children for two I weeks. The Sharkey's wi] Mrs. Walker to her home. Cpl. Coy A. Hovvcrton of ^ lie graduated this week from the i ignal School d'. fort MonTMuih" i -l J. i M r ' and Mrs - Gerald Roll and m. Monte, of near Springdale .id Mr. Bell's brother - in - l a w , nd sister, Mr. and Mrs C l i f f o r d ' ox, have gone to the West Coast I i vacation. ' Tracy liai licit of Springdalc ' First Baptist Church presented £ , a i the last h a l f of his pictures taken i Uty H while visilinj in the Holy Land j Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bartz of Fayetteville, announce the birth of a daughter, July 29, at the Sunday night to a packed hou!c.| Crude river boats erossin? t h » 1, and C a n - ! He announced t h a t he would be' open sea brought black-bearded glad to show the pictures to other I Russians to Spitsbergen beKirnino groups. about 1715. " 8 "Short-'n-Sweet" Our N«w Flillwing Hairdos lor Exlrtmt not Wtlh» Coll 1595 For an Appointment Today Formtrtly Norma's Shopp« NOW AT Royal Beauty Shopps South Sidi Squart I return Fan or Furnace? by Stack . u was qullterl for the hostess, who served « lunch nt noon. The next meeting will be with Mrt. Ruth Tanner of Dliickburn. Nurses of Northwest Arkansas, at the liogers Memorial Hoipilal. Thirteen nurses attended. Klma Mae Gojsze and Hetty Hobinson attended from the Washington County Hospital, nnd Nlta Talbert, Cicrlrilrie Grosshcuscb, Dorothy Castle, Virginia Howard nnd Mary Lou Dixon from the VA Hospital. Olhe'rs altending were Kls.i Juhre, Sister Mary Hoberts, a n r t j , "' Sister niln Hose, from Mcmoria' " pews, program if t r a d i t i o n a l wed- by Mrs. Troy spent last week , of Piggott. FRVC and Greenland v i s i t i n g w i t h her . who also and "Always." i'n _ in marriage by 'her he bride ,,_ " ----- ' sang necnii.se" brother, Sonny ind a corsage of white carnations' Mr. and Mrs. Howard Durna j cai treatment win recei^' 1 P ': ?, can " a ''C. cr ' «-«o has been "·« m i ? . I I U U - H I O u u r n a l i ' ^ Q " l l t l 'o'-i, wno nas been were hosts at a reception at their! a P a t iTMt in the hospital at Camo home following the ceremony. Tolk, La., and at Fort Sam Ho^- Thc with --ng bride's table lace cloth. was covered i Ion, Texas, for the past yea and centered mother, Mrs. \V. O. Dritt, and other relatives while her daughter Frances A n n , attended the Stale 4.11 camp here w h i l e lace. The Mm ""uercd" sltirt M ^ " " ' . ^ " · " h a w i d e b a n d o f i - with a wedding cake and gladioli. spending a two week furlough ] Hojpltnl In Rogers; Mary Ann Hughes, niirnc anesthetist from liogers; Martha Talley nnd K t h e l H u n n i c u l Irom the Bentonvillc ... ^.. ,,.,,, (l u l n l - [)a| la O [ rmbroirtered organdy. H"r fineer- «·,,«.! of Jllusion fell from ,, Hubert Cowan has relurned from the County Hospital v.licre he has been a pslienl f o r ' . he past week, lie w i l l remain at ·' ·TM c 'l"'«! for Tr".rsrfav night w i t h oan of Fayeltcville. For her wedding t r i p to Chicago, ..I., the bride wore a costume ilress of light blue linen. Her ae- DENNIS THE MENACE ., · * - ·' -···(! v i i i t - i n 1 1 "" edRob ' rl Slr ' ith . ha's been post- -^~^~--^«^TM^ Jbifuory Ira Pawling Bak»r n . I ,^ ecrs - (s P ctl . io| )-Ira Pawling B.l.cr, 61, retired real estate salesman, died in Eric, Pa., Mon- 'OWing an extended illness home this week while recuperat- Cpl. Doyle A. Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Williams f o i i t u one. is no-.v serving w i t h I he bei-cnlli Inf.inlry Division on ".e west L-cnlral f r o n t in Korea. Cp . \\ ilb.-ur.s is w i t h Conipany C, 13th tngmccr Combat Battalion. W i l l i a m L. MrVey, Jr., seaman, L-M 1 .. son of Mrs. M i n n i e L H-ir- ' i ,',')"' "'"' '" r -" c ' J 'a., M o n - | ,. ,, vey, S10 .South Locust .Street has I H t '°"''" s a " oxtc "dcd illness ! Mr *' TM a 'a»*1 K. Wallij returned lo the S'lbinarinc iWe u° i ' 0l v ''"' n sis!cr in Erie I Funeral services for Mrs. Marv "'" ' - · ~ · · ' - . n i i e last hTM years. Mr. Baker was ,?* rel . K : Wallis, who died J u l y . , ." nuvjv l u i i o u ^ n with his parents, Mr. and Mrs jlrcd Hargcr of Springdale. Miss M a u d i n e Parish, president, of the local Business ami Profcs- I sional Women's Club; Mrs. Nora i I'iRRelbach. chairman ot the Northwest District of BPWC' Miss! Thclma Teeter and Mrs. ' Lela Hudson attended the stale Board nole, Texas; one daughter, Mrs. Lula M. White of D u r h a m ; 14 grandchildren and s i \ great, grandchildren. I Funeral services will be con- Friday. Burial will be in the Mci Cord cemetery under the direction of Moore's Funeral Chapel. St. Joseph A C r*i r^ · K. i *~ A S P I R I N If you want a fan or a furnace, or almost anythine else you can find a dealer who sells it in the Yellow Paees of your telephone directory. The Yellow Pages are a handy, complete guide for almost anything you want to buy, sell rent, or have repaired. Southwestern Bell lelcphone Company. N'cw London, Comv, after n u o i i t n s I r n i n i n g cruise in the born in Roger ; of the o was a r.-ember ...,_ ... ( home of her son in ,° ' "° Wils a r.-ember '·' '" lnc nome ot her son in 1'rcsb.vterian Church ! Lrosseit, were condncted yester- mh a!1 afternoon in the Church of ....... ,, ..... .,,- ,,, inc. Southern A t l n n t i c . serving aboard i . a n u r c , Ihe submnrine tonrlor USs'Kulton I , " l' ast mmh er of the I.O.O.F a!1 .v a f t e ' *"", ^'wnnis Club. Christ at Pea Ridge by the Rev ' ' M a r t i n Anders,,,, ,\'ett|eship son i " o r n l scrv 'ccs will h c held ^orlcy Ferguson. Burial was in of Dr. Anrk-r-nn N e t t l e - h i p o f ' l it I n «','!"' mn "'iiU! i.t 1(1 o'clock at : lhc p -'" Kdix cemetery under the He Hock, and the l a t e Dr 1 ris ' M I "'"^"".-forter Chapel, l i m i a l , direction ot Moore's Funeral .N'oltlcship. ha, ,-cce vcd ,' two ! ° bcslde h i s p;lr TM ls in the Chapel. \ r a r s r h n l n r s h i p t n t h p L'niver"itvl · r° r V? m P t " y - T l l l ! R c v - A l f r e « ! r : l l l b c a r e r s were Ralph Buck, of Chic,-.,,;,,, heing one of "ill win ·',',,: A,' p 'r lnr nf 'he Pre-sby- ! nooby Fatibus, Clint Mount, Todd IM'.KU compctmnn. 1 le i senses ' "''" C "" d " c ' 'he ! ^ b . ·)· O. Jones and Mr. Broad- Survivors include three si=i n r c i So many good things go with Coca-Cola ·; the xrandsoii of Mrs. Elu.abcth ^Itlcship of rayetteville. sisters Ir. anrf Mrs. Hey W i l t of O k l a - homa City, returned home yestcr- dnv. a f t e r spending Ihe .weekend rr, Mr. n n d Mrs. p n ,,| J 1c . t o w a n . They were accompanied by Mrs. \Vitf s mother. Mrs. W B Deatherage of Sliawner. O k l a ' who w i l l remain here t h i s week. Miss Vida Baher of Hogcrs. Miss Kimice Ann Brker of Rogers and Hiehit.i, Kan., and Mrs. Mela Chapman of Kric, Pa. Mn. Kat. N. Beach Springdale-iSpecial-F u n e r a 1 services for Mrs. Kale N. Beach, 82, who died yesterday afternoon in the Washington County Hospital in Fayetteville. will be conducted at 10 a.m. tomorrow at the * i Callison-Sisco Funeral Home by ':· j the Rev. Earl Sherry. Announccmcnr.s Illinois in 1860. She was a mem- hcr of the Baptist Church. Mrs. Otark Muithnu The 0/ark Mudhens w i l l meet « i l h Mrj. Dolson Lewis, at her home on Cll.v Lake Road. Friday :·!.') p. m. Mrs. Herbert Shack- cll.n-d w i l l be pro-,-a m diieelor. I..I..1.. Class Party, Tirst Ilaptisl Churrl, j The p a r l y ,,f t| ;i . L.1,.1.. C l a s s ! '·^Jh^ nrsl__f!:,,tist Church,.' FVtRYTHINfl IN FAYETTEVILLE AND I V I R V W H M I USII " · 80 ftnsy, no s:^;v^ li o « r i n K n t h o m e , church, work, mov* -- nt'suhc,,'! GOOD GOOD GOOD MICI* HISHJ *T OMIT »7» DIXIE RADIO 411 DICKSON PHONE lilt lO.iAY R I T U R N Willis L s f a y e t t e flurnetl, retired grocrryman, died t - n l ,,- tnts morning at the Citv Hospital Hf was horn October 18, 1873 He is survived by his wife. Ida We Will Be CLOSED August 1 - 8 Please hear with us while we REMODEL OUR KITCHEN and INSTALL AIR CONDITIONING Thank You Heinle's Steak House Highway 71 South of Spring). Thouglitfulncss makes for hospitality. Be sure lo think of Coca-Cola when you shop. It's sure to get a welcome. ·s.-,.. .. , ·» ./ / ' · v ·»· ///,* ·.;··* » . ; O "", IM COtA.COU COMfMT G b Y

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