Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 31, 1952 · Page 2
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Thursday, July 31, 1952
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I t-- 2-- MOtTMWHT AtKAMSAi HM« ·IMMMimMINHimilNllfliniMIIIIIHIIHHKIM ....... IIIHIIIMIlmMllimilllllHIIIi v. Jul. 3,, 1,52 · Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . brc Ore club, ;:vclyn Lewis, fUO I iimily Supper, Country Club. 7 K. F. P. O. r. Family rionlc. City park 7 T'ald.-ln Commandery, Masonic li'all, 7;30 ' Friday Contort Club. Wathiniton Hold, 7:3(1 a m Foyr-itoville Hoard Rc.illnrs, Kergusorr«. 12 ' -Wuithens, Mrs. Dotson Lewis, 7:-l's Counts To Wed David A. 5ands Engaged F ^ the Un cat tloi Jor of «rd L. Sandj of Corpus Christ!, Texas. The bride elect Is n graduate of Honoring Carlyn Clark .Mi's Carlyn Clark, whose cn- fraseinem win recently annoum-ed to ll«roh( Lnnjiston, was romnli- mentcd with a miscellaneous shower ;ind dessert bridge la«t nl«M, civen by Mrs. Hubert lio- K.'irt nnd Mrs. Willis nickel!.-, at the Bog.irt home on Ranch Drive. CJuests Included Carlyn'i mother, Mrs. Troy Clark, her sister Mrs. Prentiss James, Mn. nili Rmvlan. Mrs. Tommy Glass, Mrs flex Smith, Mrs. Ross Ames Mrs 1 uke fJrewer, Miss Carolyn Kar- tlen, and Mrs.-Pat Reed. I:ri'.liri winners w e r e Mrs Brewer, hish prize. Mrs. Smith seconrl, nnd Mrs. Reed, low. Bride Curly and L ,. ^ Iff, C-neva Thurman" pjafrle' -^ iss Bcl(y Bre wcr entertained l.iovc, Mr. and Mrs. Vancy Lowe- "'" h a J awn P 3 ''^ in honor of Mrs. nil M u * ht( , r ' Ylncic . Tul.a,I "*" chcl Rollins. Tuwday at her Ok a.; Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Webb!'" 01 " 1 'TM.' laU -'L h ! cr '.: )o An ". Greenland;I . A centerpiece of blue and white Christ's Church will conduct services at the Mineral Springs Community. Sunday afternoon at 2:30 ! Arkansas, o'clock. Musk-ians from Chrisl'a ' Church will also no. sion projrram to rnakc this milk I Gasoline consumption has plant one of (he most modern in times since 1920 "]~ though motor vehicle rcgi-| ra ',- " has increased only five-fold · t,,.i *;__ _^ _._ .,. . "'"-i in T j~ · Andy Bol)fn - - - - , ,,. utuc dallies decorated the C»hf.; Mr. and Mrs'. J n pj«,i?'l mtnts "' Kt te Spring/tale; W. E. Pyealt' Butw' ? w h l l e sand TMla M T r ex'a?; d M "' *'· ! "-"* ""^ - cookies and blue iche. were served I Community Baptizing i A baptizing for the Community Church of Klkins, will be held to- |m6rrow evening: at 7:30 p m be- 1 neath the East Bridge, two blocks from the business section of Elkins. Keen up wilh the time*--»e»e | (he TIMES dally. that time, says the AulornobiiH I Club of New York. um °b!lc "M- '.;'*·"" ! ., ThC ^ Crprescnl Wfre Mrs - Rollins, Mrs. Mary Jagccrs, Tulsa, Okla Mr3 ' °- c - Mitchell, Mri. Velvie r. and Mr* r-,,,.1 r_i Henderson, Mrs. M. S. Powers Mrs ' Carl H.h ' Helen, of , Jan, Donna ilngton. Highland Reunion "s^J^nTF*; Held At Davis Home Smith. She has been employed ,,( I the Hathcock Clinic during past year. f Mr. nnd Mrs. Max Counts Wesley, announce the enj»(«nen »!)d nppronrhiiiR mnrriu^e of thri daughlor, Gwen, In David A. j ''flved his B.S. degree Sandi. son of Mr. nnd Mrs. How- The brldesrnom Is n graduate of (Corpus Chrlsti ill s h School. l| c reunion . Those who nttcnde Miss Proctor Honored Guest At Coffee ,,^ s " ubt I lil prM ""-. whose , . . Mrs. E. L. Cumble and daughter' Eloi». Mm. H. War/ord, Mr Frances Oxford, Mrs. D. E. Brew Mrs. Luther RoKerj and dauth tcr, Connie Gay, Mrs. Wayne Pat Jen, Mrs. Ronnie Gordon, Mrs. W . Johnson, Betty Easton. Berth uBuar, Shirley Henderson am Patsy Barnhlll. Personals M^P'" .'i! lat ii, h ?y c al . nn ° l i ' n o i R - Biraclt M r s . . lived in the HlRhland Community and Mrs. Lcroy Burris. BUILDING AND REPAIR CABINIT AND Mill WORK « All Kindt. Frt* Eitimat. IOT . KINZIK Wol it. phan 201 f · Mended Texas A. and 1. »,,,', ,,. elRht miles wort of F.yc7oTM"io"' 1 be^f-TlhTM^ 35 "*"" ""* d ' L ' R D u n I a P and ^ J»me, of * nK *""~ ' '! Af '" » ^""cr. served on the| ,, v ^ ^ ?TM ° f 10 " nd " :3 ° ' Memphis, Tenn., are vWHng a,*,, - , . ° ( - I O C K . .SnOrial mit*,i~ »* i *L i_ . . . '_ " 1 L I "K rtL University, whorp ho V/HS from the la\vn, thp pvonintj was . , · -""··« j i.ou t ·vviiipiij.-,, ,ienn., are visitinc at Special guests were Mrs. | the home of Mr. Dunlap's brother- L». f'rrM-lnr i-n^tU^^ ^t A,., i :_ i n *. * « i u i n i : i - , - · a inrrn- ! ' .'· l ° **vonmq was ypont i n ' i., , . ^, r -- «».».....i n ^i v wrs, \ «·"(-· numc 01 ivir uunlan't hrfith^f her of Slgmn Chi Social Fraternity , «"*'"« TM'} vl.«llin K . All agreed! "" hm G - p TM'or. mother of the in-law, B. B. Dronson and fam and Kappa IVH,-, ri Honornrv Ko- ! ln I"!!! 10 lhls »" a n n u »l event. One! lloni1 TM. and Mr. Braniian's ily clety^ Ho is now . w .. rv i, lx with ihe , 1"'!^ f, u j' s ^ f " lr lj;. nndKl( ; n '"=! udins m0thCr ' M "' Om ** f F - Bra "isan. Air Force In The wcdd early fall. Washington. D. (:. ^ Mr. nnd Mrs. Dcssie Dudi»v of The wedding wll be an cvrnt of j l'l,oe,,|v, Ari?.., and .,,.,. Oliver and Donnle Davis; M ll»y of i, Phew, Nazarene Bible School r- i Mrs. Osrar Ashcr, Prairie C;rovo;j ,. , Mr. n,,, Mr, M BC Tuc^Bctho, Slates Closing Program -'- Thrapi ID «VI( tgft Mr. anil Mrs. Mnc Tuck( L ,,' I Orovr; .Irssie Cokmnn '_·· . David. Lincoln; Charle iS i A '«"ftn. Ga.: . . Mrs. Karnest Penn nnd daugh- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^TM*^^^»"^^aillBlBi^^^^^^^H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H Oh You Beautiful Yes, They're Here Again! Big-As-Life, 28-Inch Baby Dolls of $15.00 Value Nou Only f 'L? 'S? , rfCL * iv ^ ° lor «« ·''ipm.nt of bwuflful, brand new doll, at an M ?,,*!!£· 7 p ; ie «v Tht y' rt °" dr «»d «P rn rh.,r S M nd 0 y b«it -- | 0 y«| y ,;,, , ..mori dr«« MS , whit, cotton ihpi, ploitic IS* "'i 10 ^ ""' lh ° ei - ThJyK ' om'b i" f,^ 1 ' y ° U e °" |M ""P«« «»«« comb luit like your own. Their "skin" . t 0 " 1 " an f lesi - Eoeh ho, a that coo, and trie,, and eye, that 1 *" hurry ond hoo » Join Our Doll Loyowoy Club! complete informotion A Ask our sole, lodie, for ' 2 Dolls Free! NAME ADDRESS CITY d0 '" ·'" b iCOUPON PHONE IAST SIDE SQUARE Mrs. Louise Cordell, dean the Vacation Rihlo c~u~.,i _, school I Donald N. Collins, USN, Is spending a short leave with' his parents, Mr. and Mr;. Dave Collins. Collins is serving as engineer aboard the destroyer, USS Black. Airman Third Class Kenneth Kuhn Named Manager Of Pasteurized Milk Firm The Pasteurized Milk Company of 207 West Dickson Slreet has been reorganized and incorporated under the name of College Club Dairy, Inc. The firm formerly was a partnership. Roscoe B. Kuhn of Springfield Mo. has been named vice president and general manager. Kuhn, has had 30 years experience in processing and management of milk plants. He has purchased a home at 317 West North Street where nnd his wife and daughter will reside. Kuhn said this morn- | ng (hat all old employes of the Plant wil be retained, and that the company is planning an e.xpan- "Short-'n-Sweet Our New Flattering Hoirdoi for Exiremi Hoi Wtithir Call 1595 For in Appoinlmtnt Today Formerly Norma'i Shopp* STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY IHJ AWIKM nsmimc COMMIT, MC · mm. HL YOU CM! FOOL A GROCERY CART! with the U.S. I service will be open for the public j The Bible School has been in ; progress each evening from 6:30 I to O o clock for the past two weeks I, with an enrollment of 60 boys and I1 girls. Eighteen adult workers com- I posed the staff. "Although it l s I1 unu.s Ua i to conduct a vacation I . B i b l e school in the evening." Mrs. I1 Co, dell slates, "All the workers ·| agree that it has proven more suc- ! ccsKful than morning sessions " The program, in charge of Mrs I Sgt. First Class Lewis A. Jones : recently participated in "Opera- I tion Signpost," as a member of the Army's 51st Anti-Aircraft Artillery BriRade which guards the Chicago-Detroit area. Jones is serving as a radar chief in the unit. Airman Third Class Gene G Prater, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Prater, Prairie Grove, has been ; Ticket For Dinner At ' Club Are Available I Ticket sajps for th? Chnmber of ; Lommerce dinner honoring new : University President John Tvler . Caldwell. will continue unti'l S : p.m tomorrow, Virgil Blossom, I ,n 'ikT 3 " special committee , m charge, announced this morn- j ing. ; p= T 5r. d !,", nc ' r lo be ht 'i d "· "-V ; Fajcitcvillp Country Club Mon| d a y evening. August 4. i, for | Chamber members and their hus- i..,j. or WJVCSj n i 0 ,. sorn ^ij, I F ayetteville. is here on an extended , isit , n the h.. ne of her nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Buster Dunlap, and with other relatives and friends. Mrs. Brescoe with the Dunlaps will leave in the morning for Pryor, Okla.. to spend the day with her sister Mrs. Mary Craft, returning tomorrow night. I t's made the rounds m»ny times and knows Jllthe answers . . . how Mrs. Experience p»»" «P the ordl : n a r y m a r g t r i n e s a n d chooses Meadolake be- c .u« it i. DIFFERENT! Follow that wise cart and eive your family thf: beneht of Meadolake freshness and flavor. f j l Ofocur Mn HAS t mua ro® MEADOLAKE FLAVOR MAKES DELIVERS Announcements Mlner.1 Sprinn Chureh Service. Fred Huckelberry, ast DENNISTHE MENACE HOME mm Announcement THE PASTEURIZED MILK COMPANY (A Portncrthip) ho« b«« n incorporortd, toking th« nomt of COLLEGE CLUB DAIRY, INCORPORATED U h n « V ' r, ii the new Viet-Prendenf and Manager. Mr ' We invite you to vitit our plant. COUIGECIUB DAIRY, INCORPORATED , ARK. 207 WKT DICKSON

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