Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 5, 1952 · Page 2
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 5, 1952
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Aufliwt S, Iff] Engagement Told,Kitchen Shower | For Miss Murphy At Gamble Home Daily Calendar of Events Toir/qb Sub Deb Club. Sug Clip, 7 Kavdl Reserve Composite Unit, Kasnn liuiMinj, 7 Washington Cojnty Medical Society, Washington Motel, 7 306th Military Government Croup, 1 I 2 H Wcit Center, 7:30 Enoit'men'» CKib, Clubhouse, 7:30 O. E. ii.. Masonic Hall. 7.30 Wednesday . . . Lxchsngc Club, Ferguson's, 12 Polun:« Garden Club, Mrs. Wilt Carter, 5:30 Kaval Reserve Electronic Company 8-8 Drill, Eason Building, 7 Delta Sljma, Don Lewis, 7:30 Kappa Alpha I'M, 45 Ka;,t nock Street, 7;3(| C841 Volunteer Air Force Reserve Training squadron, 7:30 Army Reserve, 112 1 ,* West Center, 7:30 J. O. 0. ¥., 1OOK Hal!, 8 DENNIS THE MENACE The engagement and approaching, rnarriase of MiM Irene Nickeli t o i Max Alexander of .Jqnesboro, is| announced by her mother, Mrs. Alpha Nirkcll, 228 Mill Street. The wedding wi| be an event of In a series of parties being jfiv- . en in honor of Miss Betty Muri phy, bride-elect of David Geor|e,, | Mrs. o. H. Gamble and daughteri, I | Mary Kliubcth and Anna Kathi ryn, entertained last nl|ht with a ! I kitchen shower at their home. I · The refrcsnmeni table carried' i out the bridal theme with i mini iature wedding party as the ccn: terpiece arranged on a miror and | encircled with white blossoms j Mrs. Donald Parks presided at the I table. Mrs. Sylvia Fitzgerald and · · Miss Rebecca Wasson assisted. j ; Guests included about 23 friends I i of the honorec, her mother, Mrs. ] Eugene Murphy, and Mrs. Grover Gcor S«- Dianne Hilton, who hftf been visiting in Marion, with Dell Fojel- man. Guests in the horn* ef Mn. H. L. Duncan, Green Acres, are her daughter, Mrs. Ken Burton, with twin daughters, Diane and Donna of Fort Jones, Calif., »nd her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Ray Duncan, and children, Nancy and Keith, of San Francisco. They plan to leave Friday after a visit of tv/o weeks. September I, at the Baptist Church. Immanuel By Ketcham I Given In Honor Of Miss Pat Smith Coke Party Given For Mrs. Bassett Of San Antonio A Coke pariy, ho.iorini? Mrs. Carlos Bassett, who is visiting here from San Antonio, Texas, was given Saturday morning by Mrs. Dick Pratt and Mrs. Dale Kent, at the Pratt home in Green Acres. Refreshments were served Informally from the dining table. , . w , rs. a w e l l and Virgil T. Blossom are shown chatting at a dinner and re- |Cepiion given last m»ht in honor of the new University president and Mrs. Caldwell. Mr. Blossom was chairman of the committee in charge of arrangements. (Puska TIMESFOTO) Mr. and Mrj. D. R. Eott of 720 Douglas Street had as their recent guests, Mr. Eoff's sister, Mrs. J. H Catlin, and her son, Cleburn, with hi-, daughters, Jerylirr and Linda, all of Eufaula, Okla., Mr. and Mrs W. D. McAdams and son, W. T. of Robert Lee. Texas; Mr. and ^^^^^ Mrs. 11. L. Hobbs and son, Robert, Dr. John Tyler Caldwell, Mrs. Caldwell and Virgil T. Blossom are shown chatting at a dinner and re-' cousins.'Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Eoff icpuon civen last nitht in hnnnr nt «**» n*... TT«:.._ :t.. .---.~!,j~_. : ».. /i_u ,, *._ *si ~i 'Titccola Texas and Mr an i Mrs. Howard Eoff and their sons. Don and Doyne, of Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Marty have returned from visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry I Marty, in Appleton, Wis., anil I with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ' Fred Fussner, in Wolloughby, Ohio. Mr. Marty also attended a band workshop at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, during the two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Fussner returned with the Martvs and will remain for a visit before returning to Ohio. Country Club Scene Of Dinner For Caldwells j aim nute uuuuien 01 rianlesvine, Dr. John Tyler Caldwell, newl O ! c l a -' nave returned home, after president of the University, and I visi 'ing hare with their aunt, Miss Mrs. Caldwell were honor guests i M »ry Lou Davies. last evening at the Fayetteville Country Club ct a dinner and re- Mrs. George Drydcn, mother ception sponsored by the Cham- [ Mrs. Sam McNair. has returm ber of Commerce. More than 250 i t o her home in Siloam Spring "" i _ j a ' t f r visiting here with the " Hayes is the son of Mr. and Mrs three weeks with her father, J. H. - . U J _ « » , lit a u ii ui i t i i . anu .mis L i u c e wcirits wiiii nei m u i c j , J. n. Walter D. Hayes of Fayetteville H awn, left today to return to her in New Orleans, La. She Hawn. Mrs. Luther Kav, her daughter h ° me Sally, and son, Francis, of Tyler. was accompanied by Mr. Texas, and Mrs. W. T. Cravens who will visit in his daughter's , . . . and three children of Rartlesville, home for several months. Mr. and Mrs. John Fogelman of Marion, arrived Saturday to visit with Mrs. George Appleby. They were accompanied by Miss '"rmaiiy srnm tne a'"'"* table. | Der of Commerce. More than -50 i t o her home in Siloam Springs Thursday evening at the Hos-1 centered with an arrangement o f ! persons attended the buffet sup-i a n | l r visiting here with the Me-' pitality Room of the Arkansas i vari-colored zinnias. About 40 Per. Tables v/ere set on the l a w n ! N a i r s antl an othor daughter, Mrs.! '.Ve.stein GHS Company, a party. Quests called between the hours of a - the south of the club house i ^ onn Gottschamer. and son,' was given by Mrs. Geneva Cherry, I 9: '° 'o 11 o'clock. President Clint Walden of th i fo1 |"' ny ' °' Sedalia, Mo. Mrs. Gott-: Miss Oeneta Cherry, Mrs. J. W. · C. of C. welcom.rf IK. *~TM i f-. a .1!! r °" d _ , J ° nnn . v . "'ill be here, . . , Miss Gcneta Cherry, Mrs. J. W. McGchec. Mrs. Tom Eads, Mrs. R ' _ · . A. Loner, Mrs. Owight Morris, Mrs.' Memorial Virginia Prickell, Mrs. Dwight: guess 'lOONT THINK HWlOST. ITMWK SMtfOtf OOCHtt) HIM M H ·4 IT M double wedding ring. Th- re-: Force, of Favetteville, son of Mrs freshment table was covered with I Evelyn n. McWhirter 121 Hili nn imported linen cloth with a . Ave.. will be offered at the annual centerpiece of white gladioli and memorial service of the Disabled wnite asters In a crystal bowl.; American Veterans' 31st national flanked by white tapers in crystal: convention In Boston. Moday evc- canrile holders. , ,,(,,,, to symbolize all of the Fay- j Mrs. .lames Smith, mother o f , etleville area servicemen who died the honoree, served the frosted in the Korean campaign punch, which was served with j All names for the memorial ser- party cookies, mints and nuts. i vice, which will be held in the Miss Smith received a hostess grand ballroom of the Bradford -"· -' two pieces of silver in her j Hotel in Boston, were chosen »t ·y. Virgil T. Blossom headed a committee in charge of arrangements for the ocojsion. Among those introduced was Mrs. Roberta r u l b n g h t , who said a few words - ipprcciation for the occasion '" "* e,"v-.ts in the home of. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Douglas, have arrived i n ! East Lansing, Mich., where Mr ! Morriss will be the assistant d i - j rector of atheltics at Michigan 1 State Teachers College. j Mrs. Gordon Purdue, who has been visiting here for the past Vote for John Kirsch For Washington County Treasurer Subject to Democratic Primary August 12 Political ad paid for by John Kirsch, Fayetteville of elected pattern. Pink And Blue Shower Honors Mrs. James Lacy , random from Denartment of Defense casualty lists. i The names selected, representing hundreds of communities in every section of the United States, Personals OI'M; "h d n Mrs - Leonard Coffman Of Marshall are expected to arrive today to be the guests of Mr and j Mrs. Warren Hannah. ' Col. and Mrs. M. E. Barker have' will be pan of a memorial' wreaTh I Ihi"v«.,to2S C °H lor , ado ' wh " '' , in front of th, memorial lervlce a w r f t . ? s cSnlerete a? BofiH^ i Mrs. Lelimd Couch anrl Mrs. ' Platform. commence at Boulder I Junior Murph) enterlained w i t h : a pink and blue shower Thursdav Q f i i r f p n t Pni i n r i l evening at the Couch home, ]n ' ) U ' I J C ' ' t V _ U U I I I . M j honor of Mrs. James Lacy. I Gifts from tfm 3d guests were I placed in a brgc pink and blue Mrs. G. C. Ellis of Fayetteville. b;isl;e!, on which a stork vas ' Lpirchcd. A f t e r games were played '*and the gifts opened, the hostesses J t r v e d refreshm drinks and cookies. : . Workshop is a member of the committee ol the Arkansas Association of Student Councils, which will direct refreshments of cold | the fourth annual workshop of the j COOk i PS. I Arlf a n e n * A cmnimHf** n f u:~u ' Mr. and Mrs. Max Geter of In- aia napolis, ^ n d- and daughter Paula, are visiting Mrs Getert Parents, Mr. and Mrs L°sHe E Brown ol TH^Dougla/stree, 6 iZl^f;..^!" B - Hay« announce . H. D. Club Meetings ! Announced For Week ! Scheduled meetings of i h e follows: ' Wednesday, Snvov, Community Building; Thursday, Rjchland, . Mrs. Edwin Bodine, noon, .Ml. I Comforl, C o m m u n i t y Building, Walnut Grove, Club Rooms, 1 i p. m., Friendly "Neighbor.', Dur! ham, C o m m u n i l y Building; Thursday. Gem. Mrs. Gladys Bales, Highland, Mrs. Hlaine Mill, 11 a. m.. Dutch Mills, Mrs. Billy I'inkerton, ROTC Cadets Receive Infantry Commissions University students among the 2311 ROTC cadets and officer candidates who received commissions as second lieutenants of I n f a n t r y at Fort Benning, On.. Friday, arc: John E. Armstrong, 15 North Duncan Avenue; Francis H. Bo- Bard, Carlisle; John A. Nallr, Spriii(!dale; R r v , v R Smith. I jMnnlce, Hiss.; Miirl W. Ward, ! Harness; Robert V. Light, f.lttle ; Hock. ; The commissions were present- j ed d u r i n g t h e closing creemonics | for the 11152 I n f a n t r y ROTC sum- j mer camp, which has been in ; pi ogress for the past six weeks. Arkansas Association of high I school student councils to be held i on the campus of Arkansas State 'Teachers College. August 11-15. Delegates from almost every 326ANo. West RAGSDALE Phone 2112 CARPET CLEANING CO. CONTRACT CARPET LAYING Specializing in Cleaning and Repairing ORIENTAL RUGS Kermans m ' nr m °" Keshans You can alwoyi be auurtd of fin* Workman- ihip and »rvic« when you are in nt*d of having your rugt and carpels cleared and repaired by an expert Weaver. Upholstered Furniture ·jleaniijg. Rug and_Carg«t^y«ing Handbinding -- Mothproofing Rug Siting Machine Serging It's time to begin thinking about your fall rug and carpet cleaning. Call For Free Estimate Births : Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Johntoa j j Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Johnson of j | Springdale, announce the birth of j I a son, August 4. at the City Hos' pital. Judge Francis Cherry PRESENTS HIS Mr. and Mri. Dennii Ward Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ward of Fayetteville, announce the birth of a son, August 5, at the City j Hospital. 1 Mr. and Mri. Fred Ceola j Mr. and Mrs. Fred C«oli of | Tontitown, announce the birth of i a son, August 4 ,al the Countv i Hospital. " ! Dr. and Mn. Donald D. Stewart Dr. and Mrs. Donald D. Stewart I of Fayetteville, announce the birth 1 I of a son. August 5, at the County j Hospital. I Mr. and Mn. Albert Rivent ! | · Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blvens of \ | Fayetteville, announce t h e birth of . I a daughter. August 2. at the Eliza- ' I bcth Hospital in Prairie Grove. d and Mrs. Prrslon Woodruff' ' r ' Natin'nal'cli'a'rd'llirt.v.'"' 0 """" °' ...luivelx Myled »uipe,| rajon and tuiiing dress with in rircply plungnl neckline fillrd in «ith H« o»n liirllc-collainl ill wool jrr-ty vrilcc. Thr wiittline is Hliinled with in clastic waid.g«rler. B»ck 'n ginger. Congo brown or l.licl 'n red, siwi 7 to 15 $24.50 i U» our convenient layawny or charge account system while | you «hop In comfort In spite of the heat. Ous store Is com. i pleWy ·Irronilltiniivii. I X C L U S I V I f Listen-The Message of Hope 9:30 A.M. Doily on Station KGLC 910 Kilocycles MIAMI, OKLA. REV. W. C, (Bill) 5HACKELFORD PREACHER A Work of Faith Thanks for Listening RADIO TALKATHON OVER THE STATE-WIDE RAZORBACK NETWORK AUGUST 6-5 to 10 P.M. AUGUST 11 -5 to 10 P.M. AUGUST 12-6 to 9A.M. Phone Your Questions to Fayetteville 2400 or Springdale 734 Hear the Cherry Talkathon Over KGRH at These Times: AUGUST 6-6-6:15, 7:15-7:30. 8:00-9:00 p m AUGUST 11 -5-6:15, 7:15-7:30, 8:00-«:30, 9-10 pm AUGUST 12 - 6-7 a.m., 7:45-8:45 "It's Cherry Picking Time In Arkansas" Burn.,

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