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lllHHMIIMItlll IIIIHIIIIIIIMIIIIII UIIIIIMIMIIIIIIHim Society, MM. KATHUM OOZIBt illllHIHIIHIIIIlnllHIIIIIIIIIIflllllllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIUM NOKTHWBT AMANSAS T1MB, «ytH«yllU. Arlra*m t«tuntc r Avgwf ?, IMf Marriage Announced Daily Calendar of Events Sunday , . . Northwest Arkansas Hiding Cluh, Show Grounds, 4 Monday . . . Hi Si Club, Clubroom, 7 Firnilngton Lodge, Farminpon Masonic Hall, 7-30 Fayettivllle District Nurses, County Hospital 7-30 Fayetteville Lodge 740, Masonic Hall, 8 Weds In El Dorado Ceremony Mr. and Mn. A. W. McMurtr«y, Jr. -Photo by Puika. McMurtreyCampbell Vows Said At First Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Evertt E. C a m p - j played softly during the reception. ;bell announce the marriage of j For her wedding trip in the their daughter, Jeannine Eliza-. East, the bride wore an original beth, to Aths Winfield McMurt- i pearl toned, costume suit of silk rey, Jr., ton of Mr. and Mrs. A. I shantung with a large pink plr- W. McMurtrey of Poteau, Okla. | ture hat and accessories to match. i The First Baptist Church was! She wore a corsage of white or- i the jetting for the double ring I chlds, pinned, with a diamond 'ceremony, Sunday, with Dr. Wa]-| studded knifeblade bar pin, a gift ter L. Johnson, pastor of the of the bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs. church, officiating. I McMurtrey will be at home in The altar was banked with has- Stiilwater, Okla., after their re- kets of gladioli and white asters. lurn Basket of lavendar asters and j Out of town guests were Mr, whit* gladioli were placed either side of the altar. Huckle- Mr». Eugene Wosdon Lambert, Jr. Miss Hurley Is Bride Of Eugene Wasdon Lambert, Jr. In · double ring ceremony per-| and ushers were Garland Melton formed in the First Baptist I of Fayetteville, Alfred Hathcock " Church_ of El Dorado, Miss Lou- of Fayetteville. Bill Trower of De Queen, Jim Buckley of Gurdon, Gene Kayward of Little Rock, i berry and woodwardia. fern form- j ed the background. The seven- j branched candelabra were decor; ited with plumosis fern and large I while satin bows. While asters and ; and Mrs. .1. S. Watts of Sprlng- ('B.le; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Grillenberg. Dayton, Iowa: Mr. and Mrs. G. Twyman, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Sigmon, Dr. and Mrs. R u s h Wright, Mr. and Mrs. William W. Byers. C. Gold, and Mrs Rehearsal Dinner ilo Be Tonight At Branigan Home I Mr. and Mrs. Ceor**- F. Rranl- jjm will be host and hostcs* at H rehearsal dinner tonight in their home, preceding the wedding tomorrow of their con. Oeorae F.. BranUan, and MIM Huberta Proctor. The party will be composed of 2fl persons, including the bi'ide- elect, her fiance and membfru of the bridal party. Out of town KUMt* who will attend are Mr. inri Mrs .Robert Trethewav and Mr. and Mrs. William Brewer, all of Kansas City, Mo., and Jim Bennett of Smackovrr. The buffet dinner will b* from the lace covered dining table, which will be centered with a m i n i a t u r e bride and groom, beneath a bridal arrh and wedding bell. This will be on a mi-roreri plateau, t-nrirrled with paste! bows. Red Cross Courses Completed This Week Roys nnd girls completing the Red Cross Beginner's Swimming Course and receiving certificates are: Billy Sanders, Bobbie Carl, Charlotte Stapleton, Richard W a t son, Jimmy Cole, Sandra Young. Frank Getting. Billy Parrish. .lames Ezell, Kent Halsell, Sharon Page. Keith Elzell, Keith Carnty. Wayne Parrish, Susan Duan, Dav- Id Roloston, Ronald Gurley, Scottie Dozler; Marvih Pierce. Leslie Davis. Phillip Dozicr, Paul Miiam, ,lr., Sharon Mitchell. Linda Louise Mitchell, Robbie McCorkindale, Anita Greer, George Shellon, Pamela Palmer, Phillip McCowan, Barry Norem, Kenneth Buford; Donald Baxter, Henry Buck. Dourlas Gilbert Payne. Tony Kaney, Mike Snipes, Mike Mount. !ugene Dressendorfer, Gary Lunsford. Ellen Davis. R.irhnra Davis 'Sub-Teen" Party Given Ar Country Club Dirk Mitchell, Andy Rowley and . Mr - and Mr »- Noah Llndley. plumosis fern with lacelon ribbon ; Dorothy Forbes While, all of Po- · nne Hurley, daughter of Mrs. George Lewis Bofcia and the late Joe B. Hurley, of El Dorado, and *Eugme Wasdon Lambert, Jr., son of Dr. and Mrs. Eugene W. Lambert. Sr., of Memphis. Tenn.. were married last Sunday evening at 8 ' o'clock. The Rev. Sam C. Reeves officiated before a background of . lemon ]«af foliage. Massive baskets of calla lilies were placed on the organ console directly behind th« wedding pirty «nd on either ildf of the pulpit. Myriads of candles intermingled with the decorations. Th* aisles were lined with wrought iron candelabra .holding tall Cathedral tapers. Each pew was marked with a garland of Easter lilies and plumoisis. A pre- dleu was used. « Mrs. J. R. Hopper, organist and , Miss Margaret Berry, vocalist, i marked the pews. Mrs. Emil Sonneman, organist. teau; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hardy and presented t program of nuptial i M r s - Inla Walton, both of South- 1 west City, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. music and accompanied Mrs. M. G. Smith of Romona, Okla., who sang "Through the Years," "Because," and "The Lord'i Prayer." Mr. Campbell escorted his daughter to the altar. She wore a Loran Maples and children, Don and Vicke. Sweetwater, Texas; Mrs. W. D. Hall and daughter, Anna Laura, of Miami, Okla.; MY. and, Mrs. Louis Weinberger, --· ~ · ' - · · - *.u.-,i, unuKiuci lu me a Lnr. one wure n .. . « ,, ..., . ,. uncle of the bride, Joel Lucks of t wn ,,, w h l l e ch , ntl]lv lsce , nd 'Mrs. .T. T. Gr, fin, Hober K Pine Bluff and George Borca of El ' now D | ue tul |e over nylon t a f - j""""? a , nd " * Dorado, foster father of the bride. r "' *"'"" A reception in the home- of the bride's parents, Rex Highland, was held following the wedding. Huckleberry foliage with calla lilies and lilies-of-the-valley were used throughout the home. Background music was presented by the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. Lawn and drives were outlined by white hurricane lamps and velvet roping. Tables and umbrellas were grouped on the lawns. Assisting the hostess w e r e Misses Betty Jo Slaughter, Derin- feta, fashioned with bouffant skirt. The fitted bodice was of lace, trimmed in shimmer sequins around the off-shoulder neckline. Tiny buttons down the back led I into a wide lace panel that extended the full length of the ca-! thedral train, with matching pan- , For ' Smi ! h; E- While, all of "' D " I ( 1 M ' L * V i * of Memphis, Tenn.; Mr. Bill Logan of Pomona, Okla.; Mr. nnd ,lrs. W i l l i a m ,, . ,,, , TM- * : K. Whls-p.-M. M. G. Ernie lllnkle. Instructors were Shnron Rise ind .TOP! whiteley, Jiuthori7.cc! Wn- er Safety Instructors, ««slsted by 3ll]y Hudson and John Larry Starr. Those completing the Children of the first through the fourth grades were entertained at Country Club party Wednesday from 11 to 1:3il o'clock. Mrs. .lames L. Smith. ,lr . chairman In charge of arrangements, U shown with Bob Zander, serving the children ng they passed through the d i n i n g room on (heir way to terrace. Shown in the top photo, are a number of the children at the pool. Mrs. Smith reports a good attendance ana a good time for all. (McRobcrl's Photo) Mr. and Mrs. Llnzy Johnston. ! Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nelson and j 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ixiuis Johnston visit- | I "I Sunday in Oklahoma, with Mrs. Linzy Johnston's and Mrs. Nelson's brother and slslcr-ln-Uw. Lt. Col. John B. F»yelte\ ilir, ani-.eu in ,!npan re- ; remiy and has been assigned to I Ihe communications division of ! Ihe Japan Logistical Command, at | i u n i o r j Yokohama. The colonel has b e e n , l i f e saving clnsiej and receiving ' n p m c d chief of Ihe engineering certificates are: I branch of the Command's Slgna Ralph Weddlnglon. A l a n Beau- i Section. champ, Joe Crocker. Glen Sowdcr. John Honhest, Dnvld Mulkey, Molly Carstarphen, F.lennor Ellii Sybil Joyce Chaffln, Ruth Jolly Mr. and Mrs. O. O. S u l l i v a n . Watson Street, and daughters, Janle, Mary Ellen and Margaret, , .Tosnn Wester, and Tarn Martini! moved todiy to their new home of Sprlngdale. Junior Life Saving Instructors were Joel Whilcley, Tom C h a f f i n . and Sharon Rise, authorized Water Safety instructors. Smith of rin Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles W. ,T|lc of Stillwalrr. Okla.; Mr. and M K"unu iiiu.-ii WHS (ji L'MjMien oy ineuiai iram, wun niBicumg pan- , ». . . _ ., fc . rt . Mary Spalding. solo harpist with els down either side of the gath-i; i u ' A ' «" lk ", "M*y. Oklir: C. " " " - - - ered skirt, ending in point, .nd . " ° ' TM m ° " h 0 m e r e s r , e n n g n p o n , B 0 o k , M r trimmed in lice like th.t used in ! c , /""*- ""»"· , oklj -: Mr the bodice. Her two tiered veil of imported ice blue bridal Illusion, fell from a Juliet cap of seed pearls. She carried an all white colonial cascade of stephonotis and | flcur rie muir, centered'with a | Mrs. T. t.. McCurf-y and sons. Bill and .Tacit. Tshlequah, Okla.: Mrs. Lela Kir.r'ell, Canadian, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Long of Little Hock. Mrs. Tom L. Hart of Washing- ion, D. C., arrived Thursday to spend several weeks with her «ls tr-r?. M'sses Maude and .Tulla Rogers. Vr«. George Handy and Mrs. Roy Williams. da Harper. Dahnrll E. Adcox. I white orchid. Her only ornament i Barbara Hoover. Emma Lou Atkinson, .nil of El Dorndo; Freddie was an antique Italian cameo pin, i family heirloom an o gift of the Women Mrs. A r t h u r Foster and children, C'alre. Steve and George, of Srlatow, Okla.. are visiting here in Ihe home of Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Gilbrrath. Jr. They will be here for the remainder of the week. both of El Dorado, presented a 'Rogers, Mary Myers. Mrs. Knight .'bridegroom. program of n u p t i a l music which | Cashion. all of Little Hock: Doro- Mrs. Sherwood Noll was matron f~\f Fn»-t- Stnif k included "Through the Years," i thy Hurley of Morrilton: M r s . ' O f honor and bridesmaids werr- v -" A UI l ·J'UHIl Vincent Youmans. "Because." Guy Frnnk Wynne of Fordyce: Martha j Miss Dorothy Marlon White of ·D'Hardelot. "Thine Alone.' Victor -- - -Herbert, "The Lord's Prayer,' Mallotte. Given In marriage by brother. Joe B. Hurley. III. the bride wore a gown by Hamburger of French Chantilly lace- over Ivory silk taffeta, designed with a sheer yolk and a molded bodice. Mnrlcen McKeehan Is attending t h e Girl's Baptist A u x i l i a r y Camp at Ferncllff hprlngs, near Little In Monelt, Mo. Another daughter, Patricia, will remain in Fayetteville, until the end of the summer session at the University and will then go to Hohbi, N. M., wh«rt ihe will teach in the high school. Dean Llbbert S. Ellis returned last night from a two weeks' t r i p to Honduras and Guatemala, as a guest of ihe UnJted Fruit Corn- pony, along with nine other deans of agriculture. The company ii Interested In employing more grid- uatea from the agricultural colleges and took this meant of acquainting the deans with the company's operations. They visll«d banana plantations and also the agricultural school, sponsored by · the fruit company. T h e a v e r a g e Argentine eats about 2117 pounds of meat a year and the average Austrian or New Zealander 245 pounds aa against for the average Glassware Fine China Gifts Housewares Catering to the Bride and Housewife LEWIS BROS. CO. presided over by Miss Linda Lnm- icalif., and Mrs. Re« Sumrall Lonp., hert of Memphis, and Miss Marion j Litte Rock. Hurley of Camdon. I The couple left immediately f o l - ' lowing, on a weddinc trip to Fort j Lauderdale. Fla. A f t e r a month there, they will be at home in Fayetteville.. where the bridegroom will attend the University. Out of town guests were Mr. find Mrs. T. W. Crowe, Mr. and The attendant* wore Identical gowns of pastel organza with i mortified taffeta circular canes, crossed in front and ending in a butterflv bow at. the waist line in the back. Each wore picture, hat and carried I colonial Approximately 4S members and their guests were there for dinner { and the program which followed.; Mrs. Margaret Lee and her sister. Mrs. Edith Holt, of Stuttgart. Ark., have returned from a two bouquets with pastel tinted asters . Kennan. The bouffant skirt was worn over » three-tiered crinoline, and was · fashioned with a butterfly bustle that swept into a long formal length train. Tapered sleeves which came to points over) the · hands, complimented the gown. Her fingertip veil of ivory Imported illusion was attached to a half hat of silk t a f f e i a , complimented by lace medallions. · t,nl± J T± n ^SofSrr^ «V« : nrih""Brt»Vm t n:'"M^rTM» P*.!.. TM* be,r.r. Dona,d ^rHFi^i" ^.T'^^^.,^^^^ ^wnsofgree^tionneTtrimmM "^ '"-Laurence ^ped pl,l«w : trimmed . in Chuntllly lace, fashioned with « u r p . v . Mr - anri M '! s - · I " m TM £ shirred bodice and off the. shoulder I "·"·«. v . Sr - Mr .and Mrs. W. D. Vivian Bertschy. 'v frn a Bert«cliyi Dr - R n h ( r l F " Hnl1 ' in Nl1 "' M i r h and Norma K f n n a n j Mrs - H n l t v ' iu !la . v h(lr * with her Eileen Hamer reported on the! 5 ' 5ler f " r lh * nm " nd " "' the malchinir r ' renl national convention w h i c h ; sl "nmer. by a reading by Miss! Arlie and Monroe Hutton. sons rs. Adrian B. Crowe and d a i . e h - i ' " m "' cn P8rn * own - I The meeting was conclude; n! w «' f "" r «. s« l TMC ·"""'d Ihe r. Siena Lou. Mr. and Mrs | flower girls were Paula K a y . with a talk by Edna Short, state; uss p C E S42 , l f 't New Orleans, lannon Townley and da\ighter I Snt1 Dlrinda Mae Walker, cousins , president and member of the Fort] '·-*·. Monday, on a two-week Iraln- .isan, nil of Fort Smith- ' "' t n e bride. Their identical I Smith club, who discussed plans! ing cruise to Santiago, Cuba. They The Ttev and Mrs Potter Glad- dresses were of pastel yellow o r - ' ' or the state convention to be held will return io New Orleans, Aun Mr and Mrs H Havward I S anM » n d they carried baskets o f : 1 J.r nrt Smlth September 13th and gust 8. ai in i cu i i M i i t L r n i m in i i nr. i M i t i m n i ' i : _, , , . ,, , ... berthas trimmed in lace and cap | Rcdd ^' '£· ,,"" ° Warren; Mr and Chantilly lace. For her daughter's , in h e a r t - ; Vf PC T.-ml in nylon j 1 ""' J U L 1 sleeves. The b o u f f a n t skirts were worn over crinoline and complimented the bodices with an ac- cordlan pleated panels which extended from the waistline to the " hem «n,3 was bordered by matching; Uee. They wore green shell bonnets with nose veils, and carried shower bouquet* o f ' white ·ros«s with moss green velvet rih- hon. Bridesmaids, wearing identical gowns, were Misses Joy Nichols, Culp, Frances G a r r e t . Mirlanna Meinert. all of El Dorado; Miss Jane Ann Gladden, ceiuiln of th* bride. Llt'.ie nock. ind Mls« Mildred Claire Roberts · of Lufkln, Texts. Cindl*-lighters were Miss Linda tambert of Memphis, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Marlon Hur- · l«y of Camden, cousin of the bride. They wore dresses Identical to those «if the bridesmaids and the maM and matron of honor. For her daughter's weddius*, · Mm. Bor.tn chose a gown of §tar- !!|M blue crepe with beided nylon tulle trim. Her cors»ge was of whltt phtllenopsls. Mrs. I-amhert, .mnthw of the bridegroom, wore a A1 ^'» ·'· «own of pink lace. Her corsage ' Mr ' was also of white phalaonopisis. llr. F.ncene Wasdon Lnmbert, Sr., served his son as best msn and Mrs. Wallace D. Hurley and Mrs. Campbell wedding. 1 Hostess At Dinner chose a dinner so, w.,, r D. Hurle, J, . * and Mrs. Joe B u r n h a m Hurlry, all ! wore a matching h a l f - h a t and her Stanberry. who will leave soon for of eamdon; j corsage was of white gardenias. Blloxi, Miss., where her h u s b a u l i Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Hurley of | Mrs. McMurirey. mother of t h e j w i " be stationed at Keesler Ai.Morriltnn: Mr. and Mrs. M. F. bridegroom, was attired in a gown : FOIT ' Bss *: Mulkey and ion. Fred, of Chatta- ! of rose chiffon and lace, a n d ' Miss Janie Sullivan .who moved nooga. Tenn.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank ' matching half hat. Her corsage too ' h '« WMk ln Monett, Mo., with her W. Rowley and daughter, Betsy, j was of white gardenias ' f a m i l y , and Miss Mary John Skil- " """ 1 -- ···'"' ..... - -- · ----- Mr. and Mrs. Forrest C. Whli- son of Sanla A n n a , Calif., have been visiting during the past week with Mr. and Mrs. A. ,T. Head. 202 West Meadow Street, and with f Mrs. Whitsnn's mother. Mrs. Mrs. Joel Frazler entertains!i I/iulsa Hayes, who makes her ) a chicki n | home with t h e Heads. Mrs. Hayes has been quite 111 but Is reported Improved. Bill Logan of Romona, Okla., *rved- as best man and groomsmen were Bill Whisenant, Monroe of Montgomery, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. Shrod W. McLean of Monroe, La. Pink And Blue Shower Honors Mrs. Eric Jones Mrs. Roy Gasklll and Mrs. E. A . , - - - · --- Hill were hostesses at a pink a n d [ wedding. The brlo's table Dean George F. Branigan. University College of Engineering, was elected yesterday in Little Dock, as president of the Arks. week"'id'"" Sl "" BMr * "' ReUlirtMflon assume tier dutiei aYatTinstructor I '" Professional Engineers. Leonin the high iichool of Key West, » r d N. While of Little Rock, en- Fla. glnecr w i t h the Resources and Bill Plumlee, Bill Nichols. Doyne t other guests present were close Development Commission, w * s Herndon, M. G. Smith, Richard friends of the girls. named vlc» president Walden and Willis Ricketls. '.-·- ' -- - ------·_ r-r-r-^-j^^ ...^ Mr. «nd Mrs. Campbell wen hosts al a reception In their home. 80S Vandeventer, following blue shower, honoring Mrs. Eric Jones, at the home of Mrs. Gaskill, Thursday evening. the was covered with tn i m p o r t e d ' I t a l i a n cutwork cloth,' 1 centered with a five tiered wedding cake, pi»cni Second Party In Series Compliments Miss Murphy ""'"'J r l5" T r l, w ,TM £" .M": TM » TM\TMrtt plal.au and adorn- md in a series of parties scheduled for Miss Belly Murphy, served and m i n i a t u r e blue with pink mints. G i f t s were received Ihe table were! burning tapers lighted the t a h l e i w l l l he an event of this month, bassinets, filled «pd was flanked byjwo figurines, | w ,, given Thursday afternoon by hy Mrs. Edwird Patterson. Mrs. Irwln, Mrs. David Henson, Mrs. M. C. Carson .Mrs. James Sklllern. Mrs. . Mrs. Norwood Sines; "Love's Night and Dawn." sided at the punch howl, and as* sistlng in the dining room was | Mrs. Paul Heerwagen. i A miscellaneous shower wa re- j celved hy Miss M u r p h y , as well as '. hostess gill, a serving spoon »e- Ln rr gwn,Tni-youll feel fresh is ft daisy with k Carrier Room Air Conditioner. It cools the a i r . . . lower« h u m i d i t y . . . filters out d n s t . . . o.irculntes without, drafts . . . keeps out distracting noises. Costs less than a vacation for two. You can dial the weather to nt the day- hot, mugify, cold, rainy. A blessing on hty fever dayi, too, removing dunt and pollen from the »lr. Engineered and made by Carrier, the same company responslolt for air conditioning the world's tallest skyscrapers, greatest theaters, inost famous hot*U. Basy terms. For details, call us today FOI KOMI M WWII N plumblf*. plHM or drtll- tac McMii?y. Plu(i I* ·ny mitttr. ^fotKinc 10 041 ir idjuit. TbtfHioit.tle (·nntrnli ift ivtlllblt. PlTs-yAir w a r f A B t y . !· thri* nisi to niffll ill M*di-«ith your ehdtc* tt cvirtcnn rolort. Carriar ' Mrs. Preston Woodruff and Mrs. lected from her silver pattern ... . L. ,.,..-. i n , M i t i p l n Cummings. »Mhj Wood- Among the 45 gueiti who cal i. Doruthy forfcf Whit? of | r u ff horn* on ttil Proipect. . . . . . Poteiu, Mr«. Kty Ompbell, t u r n ; Guesti were nervW punch «nd of the bride, who ««rvtd the c«Ke,! party cookies from the dining la- , sell. Mrs. Pearl l.unsford. Mrs. f h a i l o Mrs. M,ix Quails nnd th? . WnM.: terrace. ho calltd between th« houri of 1:10 ind 4 o'clock, were special guesti, Mri . Donald Parks and Mrs. ,l«mrs r^ « "nterplee. ParXn of Prnlrle Grove, Mrs. Shnf- mixed floral ar- fer llnley of Pine n i u f f , MlM Murat the punch howl on the , rangement rnni-alh an umbrella of ' phv's mother. Mrs. Kugcne Miir- nrrhld sailn and Lire. MM: Donald pliv. nnd M- ricurge's mother Mrs. Snnnemnn al t h e piano Parks, sister of Ihe hmmree, pie- i Mi's. !',. f. flmige. rr K i r = r M r : "·I «TM *·£«««***·!«·"'«"* ' ""·· ·· ··· » i ' » r - " " » . -»".| « i v! t i u . iKugene Jones, Mrs. Hampton Hal- Mr «- ·'· K l n * Wheeler, who pre- consisting of A rl Spyre. Mr«. Bruce [ » Cy Carney Appliance Co. "Depend on Us for Service" South Sid* Square Phone 1721

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