cieiu, Â«Â«$. KATWON OOZM Daily Calendar of Events Tonight HI Si Club, Jo Ann Brunzn, 7 Farmirston Lodge, KarmlnÂ»len Masonic Hall 7'30 f a y i i ' e v i l l e District Nurses, City Hospital 7:30 Fayetteville Lodge 740, Masonic Hall, t Tuesday . . . Boy* Club Board of Directors, Ferguson's, 7-30 a rn Lion'a Club, Ferguson'*, 12 Kiwnnls Club, Washington Hotel, 12 Zeta Tau Alpha Alumnae, Mrs. Gcoite D Stuart i Sub Deb Club, Sug Cale, 7 Naval Reterve Composite Unit, Euson Building 7 Washington County Medical Soclely, Washington Hotel 7 300lh Military Government Croup, 112'* Wtes Center 7'30 SDOit'men's Club, Clubhouse, 7:30 O. E. S'., Masonic Hall. 7:30 Rev. Leake Concludes Revival Services Revival services, conducted by the Rev. A. L. Leake, were concluded Saturday night at the ElkinÂ» Community Church with twilight baptismal service, wit nessed by a large crowd at the lake, east of Bikinis. Mr. Leake reports a successful meeting with good attendance and 35 new members added to the churches. Mr. and Mrt. Leake are now holding revival services at their! former home, Nocona, Texas Linen Shower Compliments Miss Murphy Misses Nancy Chamblee and IJonna Jo Greer were hottessei or a linen shower, Saturday af- irnoon. in honor of Miss Betty Uurphy. whosr engagement to Bavid Ooorge was recently an- lounced. A pink and white color ichrme was carried out in decoratloni ised throughout the Chamblee lome. and also used for the show- T umbrella which held the gifts Miss-Carolyn Rhodes played "Be- iute" on the piano while the Ifts were being presented to Miss Murphy. Two sanies, appropriate for the ccaslon, were played with the prizes going to Misses Betty Jo Melton and Carolyn Rhodes About 25 guests wtre preaent Including Mrs. Eugene Murphy, mother of the honoree, Mrs. C. C George, Mrs. George Panoni, Mrs Donald Parks of Prairie Grove Mn. William E. Jones, Mrs. W. G' Chemblee, and Mrs. F. P. Greer who presided at the refrejhment table. Engaged Couple Honored At Dinner Party Holly Street with . buffet r .nd'p'r'tf' ln honor .** Pjt Morie, who will be married next Sunday. I h . e Buffet table wa, covered with an imported limn cloth ind ! '. e "'Â«PiÂ«, of pink gladioli was fi-ZS'P " ,*J OW crjrstl11 *Â»*'. flunked on .ither side with pink TiTTM J? , (TJr "" 1 " ndl Â« holders The individual tables were cov- Â«Â« d . w"5 white linen luncheon cloths and each table held a "on - terpiece of summer flowert in small crystal containers. * r E ' Mor ". m Â°*Â«r ,llv Â» lo bc ' P r "i1ed at the Â·liver coffee tervice. Z.T.A. Party Held In: Fort Smith i-A*'!! ?J , tw ! P'Â«eÂ« of sterling in the brlde'a eho.en pattern, was DENNIS THE MENACE Â·y Kttchom Dinner Tonight Will Honor John Caldwells preiented the honored couple a"s hoiten gift by Silly Sue Suthm, An out of town guest was Mr Monty Smith of Shreveport, L Other gueiti Included Mr. in **-- m E B 'Ml lb Â° C V Ir - "f Mr E. Morie. Mr. and M the Country Club will honor Dr John Tyler Caldwell, new "nl- versity president, and Mn. Caid- wcll. Following the dinner there will be a program and an informal reception. The welcoming addrest will be given by Clint Walden president of the Chamber of Commerce, folowed by a response by Dr. Caldwell. , Reservations have been made for 250 persons to attend the dinner, which Is aponsored by the Chamber of Commerce. Mineral Springs Club Hears Talk On India The Mineral Springs Home Jcmonstratlon Club met Friday at he Community Building, with hree guests present, Mrs. Margaret Brownfleld. Home Demon- tratlon agent, her assistant, Miss Oklahoma Visitors Guests At Fields Home Mr. and Mri. Bill Fields entei j tained at their home with a who attended were: Mr and Mn. Claude Dyer and daughter, Claudia, Mr. and Mrs Bill Dyer and daughter, Corinne Mra. Walter H. Boylei, and Miss Marian Hurd, all of TulÂ«a, Okla.; Mra. Arthur Toiter, her dÂ«ugh- ter Claire, and loiu, Steve' and George, of Briitow, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Nell B. Ingelt, Neil, Jr., and MiÂ»a Silly Ingelt, Dr. and Mrs. .'. C. Gilbreath, Jr., and ton Cy- rua, all of Fayetteville. Miss Stone To Return As Associated Dean Philadelphia, Pa.--Lt. M. Beverley Stone, United States Naval Reserve, this week returned to inactive Navy status and will assume her duties this fall as as- J" STM 1 '"' Â«t the home of Mrs" Nell McCord. Those attending from Fayelteville were: Alumnae members, Mrs. O. H. and MiH Ma'ry j'ohn^'k'illfrTac- HeHeTd Cmb *" ; N Â° rma Jean S l u b ~ mishees, B a r b a r a Webster, Patsy Thompson, Sylvia Fitzgerald, Barbara Bennett, Monte Roberts, Jean Ann Stewart and Su- z^nna Handy. A buffet supper was served on "". !"*".Â· where guests were Mdted at individual tables lighted by hurricane lamps. During the [evening, organ and piano presentations were given by Fort Smith musicians, and a floor show was provided for entertainment by the active Z.T.A. members. Pahala Club Meets For Memorial Service The Pahala Club met Thursday at the home of Mrs. D. J. Collins hostess. Mrs. Arthur Cooper presided during the short business meeting in the absence of the sresldent, Mrs. Don Snyder. Members were reminded of the Neddie- work Guild Incathering [or the September meeting. Following the business session, memorial service for a former charter member, the late Mrs. Jtto Wantuck, was conducted by Mra MyTtle Hanrja and several i the members. The August meeting was an- ounced to be * picnic supper Â·ith Mrs. E. McCandless as host- LI. John F. Dawson and Lt. Thomas L. Clary, Jr. Candidates to qualify for the Navy'i 18 month specialized aviation training program must have two years of college, pass the Navy's aptitude and physical tests, be unmarried and must not have received, order for induction into any of the Armed (orccs. The lieutenants emphasized that young men who q u a l i f y for the program will not be ordered to active duly to serve as an enlisted man awaiting training, but will only be ordered to active duty when orders to flight training are received. Mrs. Booth attended a house i McClelland ft Sag Atonjo, Tex- warming party for the grand offi- as, arc visiting their grandparents ccrs of the Ladies Auxiliary of the i Mr. and Mrs. C. K. McClelland' United Commercial Travelers, Vandeventer Avenue. i held at the country home of Mrs. j * j Fred Longstreth, grand counselor, i Mr. and Mrs. Bramlett McClel- I land of Houston, T*::= Â£ ai,:.ounce Daniel Smith Bishop, chief clec- i the birth of a son on July 26, at I Ironies technician, son of Mr. and Houston. [Mrs. Ray Bishop of Illinois, Ark., ( , has received a commission the rank of ensign, at the United Slates Coast Guard Academy at Mr. and Mrs. Guy Manatrey have moved from their home north of the city to their new Announcements Â· _ ,,,,,,... *.**.Â»,....j . . . - . _ _ . . . ,, . . . _ --.. ." . . . C I I ( New London, Conn., where he has nome on North Mock Street been attending Officer's Indoc- I Prai.u Grove. The M'natiT.'s, had trinalion School, lie has been as- [as their guest the past week, their signed for duty on the Coast granddaughter, Mrs. Tommy 'Land Guard Cutler, Nemesis, at St. . Petersburg. Kla., where he will re- I Tommy Land returned today Fayetteville Alumnae. Zeu Tau Alpha The Fayelleville Alumnae of 7,.T.A. will meet with Mrs. George B. Stuart, 506 Forrest Avenue, at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Methodist W. R. C. S. Mrs. I. C. Huff will lead the WSCS program at the Methodist Church Wednesday at 2 p. m. Mrs. P. T. Verhocff will act as hostess. Personals , . ., I side with his v/irp and three chil- drcn. Ensifr. Bishop is a neohcw of Mrs. L. J'. Bell 415 East Maple Street. . from the San Diego Natal Reserve Training Center, where he has been for the past two weeks. Â· | Miss Nancy Sparling of Tallit- Mrs. Mary Vance and Miss Toby I lah, La., is a new member of the McClelland, daughters of C. K. I advertising staff of the TIMES Mr and Mrs. Carl Booth and I daughter, Carlenc, have returned I home from Little Rock, where Mr Booth and Carlene attended to business matters and visited his- lorical points in the city, while Vote for John Kirsch For Washington County Treasurer Subject to Democratic Primary August 12 Political ad paid for by John Kirsch, Fayetteville Â· - - .-,.... ..,,..!,viiu,,j n w m i n u i a Mrs. Morgan gave a talk on the ountry of India, followed by the irogram ,in charge of Mrs. Eugene Xorley, recreation leader. Several points were brought out on recre- tlon, after which a flower con- cst was held. This was won by rtrs. Hugh Eiell and Mrs. Frank rawford, who also sang a upecla! umber, The surprise package vas won by Mrs Theodore Brlcn, who was co-hostess with Mrs. Frank Crawford. The next club meeting will be Imii S T, t(!mb " 'Â· " l lh Â« c Â«n- lunitv House. ville. ' Lt. Stone completed a two-year assignment as Wave recruiting officer In the four'state area of the Philadelphia Recruiting District Associated prevlouily with the University, she was recalled to active Navy duty when the Navy expanded because of the Korean hostilities. Miss Stone, who also served on active duly during World War II was separated from duty on the JVaves' 10th birthday. Wednesday Naval Officers Will it Local Station Two representatives of the Memphis Naval Air Station will be at the Naval Recruiting Station here on Aubust 22, to discuss the Navy's Aviation Cadet program with interested and qualified men it the area. The two officers' scheduled to visit Fayetteville are I 326A NO wÂ« t RAGSDALE CARPET CLEANING CO. 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