Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 31, 1952 · Page 16
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 31, 1952
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*OtTMWiiT AtKANiAl TUQB, «iHiiiiMimmiiiiimiiiuiii*iiiiiiMimiiMiiiiiiii iiiiiiuiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii , ArkoflMN, Thunday, July 31, J»5J MM. KATHLEEN DOZJH illltlllMIIIIIHIHIIIIIIIHIIIllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllliliillllllllllllllllllllllllllllMI j · Daily Calendar of Events ^Tonight . . . j'Ce GPC Cluh. Evelyn Lewis. fi;30 r.imily Supper, Country Club, 7 K F. r. 0. C. Family Picnic. City Park, 7 Kalrtvln Commandcry, Masonic Hall, 7:30 Shower Given Honoring Carlyn Clark i C l i n k , whose tn: rr-'.r.nllv announced lers, Linda, Dorothy and Ernestine, Mri. N. H. Robertson and frand- son, Jerry Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Curly Carlisle and ions, Randell and Bobby, all of Farmlngton; Mrs. Walter Thurman and daughter, Geneva T h u r m a n , Prairie Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Yancy Lowe 1 u and daughter, Yancie, Tulsa,I :* Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Webb! horne and daughter, Jo A n n , Greenland;! A centerpiece of blue and white Mr. and Mrs. Andy Bollen-j daisies decorated the f l f t table Lawn Party Honors Recent Bride Miss Betty Brewer entertained i lawn party in honor of Mrs. Rollins, Tuesday at her Christ's Church will conduct serv ices at the Mineral Springs Com '. 1 sion i- I plan munity, Sunday afternoon at 2:30 Arkansas. o'clock. Musicians from Church will also go. i Community Baptizing Christ's program to make this m i l k it one of the most modern in I* Keep np with the lim I the TIMES dally. Gasoline consumption has increased 10 times since 1920. a|. though motor vehicle registration has increased only live-fold m t h a t time, says th» Automobile Club of New York. nlKht. given by Mr*. Hubert lio- j Springdale;' W. £ . ,, , , ,, ,, , ,,,,,,,,, ir.irt uml Mrs. W i l l i s IlirkC'Hs :it I Mo -l Mr. "nd Mrs. H. B. Pyealt, thr- Bo«art home; on Ranch Drive i Tulia, Texas; Guests included Carlyn's mo- I M^A"^"*,?*?- 7^O k ] a j t h n r vr. T,;.., t-i,,\. t,_ ...... TM r ' ?"" Mrs - Carl Johnson and t'onl»ct Cluh, Washington Hotel, 7:30 a. m. Kiypltcvillp Board Pe.-.ltorr., Ferguson's, 12 {ar f . Murthcnt. Mrs. DoUon I.fwis, 7MS §wen Counts Engaged To Wed David A. Sands Mr. and Mrs. Max Counts of Wesley, announce the engagement .ind approaching marriage of their daughter. Gwcn, to David A. Sands, »on of Mr. nnd Mrs. How- BUILDING AND REPAIR CABINET AND Mill WORK o* All Kindt, fra. Ettlmot* . LOT KINZfft J5» W«ll it. 201* ard L. Sands of Corpus Chrisli, Texas. The bride elect Is a graduate of Huntsvllle High School and St. Edwards School of Nursing, Fort Smith, She has been employed at the Hathcock Clinic d u r l n u the past year. The bridegroom is a g r a d u a t e of Corpus Christl High School. He attended Texas A. and I. and received Ills B.S. degree from the University, where he was a member of Slgmn Chi Social Fraternity and Kappn Delta PI Honorary Society. He is now serving w i t h the Air Force in Washington, D. C. The wedding wi! be an event of early fall. Ilov.lan. Mrs. Tommy Glass, Mrs. Rex Smith, Mrs. Ross Arncs, Mrs l . ' i k e Urrwor. Miss Carolyn Kar- stcn, anrt Mrs, Pat Reed. : Hi HIKP winners w e r e Mr. 1 :, j , Brewer, high prize, Mrs. S m i t h , ' second, and Mrs Reed, low. I Highland Reunion 'Held / A Highland reunion was hckl Sunday at the home of Mr. a n d ! Mrs. Roy Davis, 807 South H i l l j Street. Those who attended were persons thai have at one t i m c i (? Highland Community.! west of Fayetteville. | dinner, served on t h e ' Miss Proctoi; Honored Guest At Coffee Miss Huhcrta Proctor, whose wedding to George E. Branigan w i l l be Sunday, was complimented with an informal coffee, given Tuesday morning, at the home of Mrs. L. n. Heiple, .102 York. Co- ' hostesses were Mrs. Charles I Crook, Mrs. L. R. Kirby, Mrs J R. Bissett and Mrs. Leroy Burris. ! Approximately 35 guests called I between the hours of Id md 11:30 by the hostess. Those present were Mrs. Rollins, Mrs. O. C. Mitchell, Mrs. Vclvie Henderson, Mrs. M. S. Powers, Mrs. E. L. Cumbie and daughter, Eloise, Mrs. H. Warford, Mrs. Frances Oxford, Mrs. D. E. Brewer; Mrs. Luther Rogers and daughter, Connie Gay, Mrs. Wayne Patten. Mrs. Ronnie Gorden, Mrs. W. L. Johnson, Betty Easton, Bertha Dug*ar, Shirley Henderson and Patsy Barnhill. Personals Mrs. T. J. Walker, who has been the house guest of Mrs. O. A. Jennings, left this morning to return to her home in Little Rock. A baptizing for the C o m m u n i t y : Church of Elkins, will be held tomorrow evening at 7:30 p. m.. b e - ! nealh the East Bridge, two blocks : from the business section of Elk- i ins. i " j r i i i K i n i i and visiting. All ngrcec, to make this an a n n u a l event. One ' a n d 23 guests attended, including several out of town people: Mr. and Mrs. Dcssle Dudley of Phoenix, Ari/., and nephews. Oliver and Donnie Davis; Mr. and Mrs. Ocar Ashcr, Prairie Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Mac Tucker, Bethel Grove; Jessie Coleman and son, i David, Lincoln; Charles Thrap, I Auciista, Ga.; Mrs. Earnest Penn and daugh- Oh You Beautiful DOLL Yes, They're Here Again! Big-As-Life, 28-Inch Baby Dolls of $15.00 Value Now Only Wt'v. jutr rtctivtd a Urgt shipment of beautiful, brand new dolls at an amazing low price. They're all dressed up m their Sunday best -- lovely siie 1 mnon dresses, white cotton slips, plastic pontiet, socks and shoes. They have toft, curly hair you can shampoo and comb iust like your own. Their "skin" is made of washable latex plastic, with detailed arms and legs. Each has a voice that coos and cries, and eyes that go to sleep." Better hurry and choose I yours. We don't know how long this low price will lost. Join Our Doll Layaway Clubf as little as $1.00 down and 50 cents a week and we'll reserve ^ "" '"" "»"« '" Z Dolls Free! TO BE GIVEN AWAY ON AUGUST 30 de no! h«v. io h, pr»tni to win B U T L E R B R O T H E R S S T O R E IAST SIDI SQUARI Hubert G. Proctor, mother of the honoree, and Mr. Branigan's mother, Mrs. George F. Branigan. Nazarene Bible School Slates Closing Program Mrs. Louise Cordell, dean of the Vacation Bible School of the Church of the Nazarene, announce that the closing program of the school w i l l be presented at 7:45 P. m., tomorrow evening in the a u d i t o r i u m of the church. The service will be open for the public. The Bible School has been in progress each evening from 6:30 to B o'clock for the past two weeks, with an enrollment of 60 boys and girls. Eighteen adult workers composed the staff. "Although it is u n u s u a l to conduct a vacation Bible school in the evening." Mrs Cordell states, "All the workers agree t h a t it has proven more successful t h a n morning sessions." The program, in charge of Mrs. Bonnlo Barnett assisted by Miss ; Cliffie MrCurle.v, will consist of | memory selections from the Bible by each of the departments, choruses and songs. There will also be a display of handwork done by each department. K P. Dunlap and son. James, of Memphis, Tenn., are visiting at the home of Mr. Dunlap's brother- in-law, B. B. Bronson, and family. Kuhn Named Manager 01 Pasteurized Milk Firm The Pasteurized Milk Company of 207 West Dickson Street has been reorganized and incorporated under tbe name of College Club Dairy, Jnc. The firm formerly was a partnership. Hoscoe 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 and his wife and daughter will reside. Kuhn said this morning that all old employes of the plant wil be retained, and that the company is planning an expan- Donald N. Collins, USTC, Is spending- a short leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Collins. Collins ir, serving as engineer aboard the destroyer, USS Black. Airman Third Class Kenneth Lamb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo L. Lamb, C-3, Fayetteville, recently arrived in the Philippines to serve a tour of duty with the U.S. Air Force. Lamb is a former stu- . dent at Fayetleville High School. Rgt. First Class Lewis A. Jones recently participated in "Opera- j tion Signpost," as a member of the Army's 51st Anti-Aircraft Artillery Brigade which guards the Chicago-Detroit area. Jones is serving as a radar chief in the unit. "Short-'n-Sweet" Our New Flattering Hairdos for Exlrimi Hot Wiather Call 1595 For an Appointment Today Formcrely Norma's Shoppe NOW AT Royal Beauty Shoppe South Side Squirt STRAIGHT BOURION WHISKEY INE AMIKAX MITIUUW COMMIT, WC. · mm, ILL YOU CANT FOOL A GROCERY CART! r Airman Third Class Gene G. i Prater, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Prater, Prairie Grove, has been I assigned to the 20th Air Transport Squadron. Prater attended Prairie Grove High School and entered the Air Force in October 1851. Tickets For Dinner At Club Are Available Ticket sales for th? Chamber of Commerce dinner honoring new University President John Tyler Caldwell, w i l l continue until 5 p.m. tomorrow, Vir(il Blossom, chairman of the special committee in charge, announced this morning. The dinner, to bo held at the Fayetteville Country Club Monday evening, August 4, Is for Chamber members and their husbands or wives, Blossom said. Mrs. Elia Broscoe of Downey, C a l i f , the former tlla Dunlap of Fayetteville. is here on an extended \isit in the hi. ne of her nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs Buster Dunlap. and with othei relatives and friends. Mrs. Bres- cne with the Dunlaps will leave in the morning for Pryor, Okla. to spend the 1 day w i t h ' h e r sister Mrs. Mary Craft, returning tomorrow night. t', the round, many times and know,«U the. n ' nce up th e °;d, and flavor. «v«r Gftocnr c*«r HAS A MEADOLAKE FLAVOR MAKK IT iOTfR DELIVERS Announcements · Mineral Springs Church Serview Fred Huckelberry, pastor of DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketcham Announcement THE PASTEURIZED MILK COMPANY (A Partnership) has been incorporated, taking the name of "COUEGE CLUB DAIRY, INCORPORATED" with increased Capital and with additional equipment, we are now able to furnish all milk used in Northwest Arkansas. Mr. Roscoe B. Kuhn of Springfield, Missouri, is the new Vice-President and Manager. Mr. Kuhn comes to us with 30 years experience in plant management and processing of Dairy Products. We invite you to visit our plant. COUEGE CLUB DAIRY, INCORPORATED FAYITTIVILH, ARK. EHONI 510 207 WIST DICKSON

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