Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 7, 1952 · Page 2
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 7, 1952
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T1wrW.y, 7, 1»3J Springdale Marriage Announced MRS. RATHtHN DOZIM MIIIMINIIIIINHIMNIHlmiltllltllimillllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIMIIU Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . D*t Gee Club, Barban Marlin, 8:30 Family Supper, Country Club, 7 Baldwin Commandery F o u r , .Masonic Hall, 7:30 American I..cgion Auxiliary, Legion H u t , 7;30 Triday . . . Contact Club, Washington Hotel, 7:3(1 a. m. Fayetteviiie Board Realtor*, Ferguson's, 12 UCT flnd Auxiliary, Civic Ciubrooms. 7 Petunia Club Picnics At Carter Home Mrs. Georje Miller and approved, i The president. Mrs. Carter, imro- j dured Mri. Geoige Berry us n \ jcuest to the 10 members present. :Mr«. L. M. Jonei reported on the · club'n yearbook for J952-'5.'( and ,1 I motion was mad* and seconded lor ·. The Petunia Garden Club met-!?! 'j'! ub !° l u f TM " " owm ·'·' h» _.... ., ,.,... ., . . ^ . vA Hospital, d u r i n g the- m o n t h i( With Mr«. Witt Carter yenlerday ^.ptember. Concl.irW the D.isi- - afte-noon for a picnic supper, ure- ness, Mrs. Berry was received as a . ' ceded by the regular businens new member. i ; """""I- | The picnic mipper, followed hy ' I Member* read the Garden Col- j watermelon, was served to the lect in opening the meeting, after i group, a f t e r which a (fame was which the minulet were read by I played before arljouininif. DENNIS THE MENACE Cpl. and Mrs. William C. Tiidal* *I*U MCC OU TO TMi IHO AMP MCK, MO.* Miss Lewis Is Bride Of Cpl. Tisdale Spi ingdiilc - iSp»cioli - The Rev. Roc Matthew*, pastor of the Caudle Avenue- Baptist Church, united Miss Betty .lean Lewis and Cpl. W i l l i a m C. Tisdnle in mar- riiiRe. J u l y 27, at the clmrch. Lavender and v.-hi;e asters anil gladioli fi,r,i- baskets, w i t h a background of greenery, made the setting for the double riiiR ceremony. The bri'le is the- r l a u g h l e r of Mr. and Mrs. Bllford Lewis of Turner Street, and ihe bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Oren Tisdnle of I l a b b c i l o n . Miss Carolyn Tisdnle, cister of tho briiicjiiomn, plnvcd the u-ed- dins mum.- nml accompanied Miss (icoruin McCoy, who sans "B"- caii'c' and "O Perfect Love." The bride was given in marriage by her f a t h e r . She wore a nylon nr-t Knwn over white slipper satin w i t h nylon luce trim. The gown had a low round neck w i t h .kirt. Her finger tip veil of i l l i i . j sion was fastened to n small cap! rovcrc'i w i t h sequins and she carried a white Bible topped w i t h ; an orchid. j The maiil of honor, Miss Jeani t l e WriKht, wore a yellow bal- lerina length dress with white accessories. Her shoulder coriagt was of carnations. Lynn Tisdale served his brother ] as best man and Misi Shirley DuCote was in charge of the guest · book. ] The mother of the bride wort i a navy blue dress with white ac- 1 rcssories and a white carnation corsage. The bridegroom's mother wore a floral print frock with white accessories and a white car- · nation corsage. The bride chose a navy blue dress with white accessories for travel, and pinned her bridal cor- sane at her shoulder. The couple ire spending their honeymoon in ; Iowa. When they return to Spring- lale. the bridegroom will report to California, for overseas duty. Roth the bride and the brlde- , doom arc graduates of the ; SpriiiKdale. High School. The hride. a member of the 1952 class, is now employed by the Bell Telephone Company in Fayetteville, ind will continue her work there. The bridegroom graduated in 1350 anil joined the Air Force. He [ins been stationed at Biloxi, Miss. I I I Your Vote For Francis Cherry It a veft for HONESTY and DECENCY M itafi government! COLD FACTS Cannot Be Denied! "Hemt Folk* REALLY DO KNOW YOU BEST" -- for initonce! Plans Hobby Show Mrs. Dotson Lewis was hostess to the Ozark Mudhen group, at her home Friday night. There were nine members present and guests, Mrs. Asa Hall and Mrs. E. C. Thiry, Jr. The meeting opened with The Lord's Prayer, led by Mrs. E. C. ' Thlry. Sr., president, followed by roll rail which was answered by each member displaying work she j had completed since the last I meeting. China painting predomi- j nated the display. A painted pic- | lure was shown by Mrs. Spencer ! Brown, which she had painted for ; her children. She also gave a dem; onslration in molding clay. i Mrs. Brown reported on an In: rniiry concerning work In ceramics as occupational therapy for veterans of the VA Hospital. Mrs. Orin ; Glass reported on available places i for a hobby show, which is to be ' held soon. i The devotional. "Crushed Fen- j der," by Rosa Marinoni, wai given i by Mrs. Harold Clinehens, after which a game was played. The ; prize was won by Mrs. frank CRAIGHEAD COUNTY Juds* Ch«rry'» Hern* County GARLAND COUNTY McMath'» Ham* Couunty McMoth't "Opening County" 3 Timei PULASKI COUNTY H»dquart«rt VOTED 6,636 F cHt VOTID 2,815 _FOR Cj»mY VOTED 4,076 _FOK CHERRY VOTED 14,358 FOR CHERRY Hit Opponent Cot Only 2,407 McMath'i Homt Folki Gove Him __2,685 His Opponent Got Only 3,723 and Gave McMalh Only 8,944 And Here's WASHINGTON COUNTY'S Opinion 3,638 VOTES FOR CHERRY Only 1,337 Votes for McMath Just Figure It Out for Yn/trself! In Spi* of So-C.IUd "HOC VOTES" CONTROLLED VOTES If?' W § T/m,t In Ark . nm c , mpt FOR COLOR in your home · THE N E W RUBBERIZED SATIN FINISH that «vtry one is talking about. · FOR ALL INTERIOR SURFACES-- go« on ovtr c» ment, wood, plotter, wallpaper or »heet-rock. · REQUIRES NO PRIMING and o n e coat usually covers. Comei in all th* NEW COLORS and whit* at only $5.15 a gallon. »H*adquarltr» f o r f i n * wallpaper. Ask for your S. i H. Gr**n Stamps, JOHNSON'S PAINT AND WALLPAPER STORI tnnOM AND OLAM I It. Bl*tk Ue, wb* UM ractlvtd tb* my*. t«ty P«ckag«. A collection of dnlli wai ihown by Mri. L*wl«. preceding th* re- frtihmeiti which were terved by th* hoiteis. The next meeting will be held September S, with Mr«. E. c. Thiry. Mri. Brown will be in lilver tray. The labl«i were adern*d with bright colored gladioli and fern. A place setting of china, In the Mlected pattern of th* honoree, was the hostess gift. Miss Smith with her mother. Mrs. Jerry Smith, received at the door, and assiiting them in receiving was Mrs. Campbell. About SO persona called from 9 to 11 o'clock. Mr. ar.d Mrs. W. A. Underbill of Weil Fork, and Mr. and Mrs. B l l Shaffer of rayetleville, attended the f u n e r a l services for Mrs. Underbill's brother, Jim Hanjhew, held yesterday in Well- j ston, Olda. | ] Cement was well known to the ; ancients and widely used, but i $ secret was lost in the Middle Ages and was not rediscovered until the 18th Century. Bake sale Cook's p, jMiss Smith Complimented With Coffee ale--Saturday morninc, 'ami .Store. University' ·st Christian Church 8-2t-x fcv.rttt C»mpbeli ind Miss Peirl Porter, entertiintd y « i t « r d » y morninf t r.rfuion'« Dinlni Room with . co/f*,, compliment- In f Mljj Patricia Smith, whose wedding will I* Auguujt 17 Fruit juice was ierved from . crystal punch bowl ' by Mr.. V,he«l*r, who w*i tlio in chirie i of the fueit book. Mri. Trow- bridfe pr«s!ded at the «ff*« lerv- ! iw and Miss Porter served ilices ot melon and fruit from · large [ New Slipcovtn, properly tailored, will add much to th* livcability of your horn*. A wid* vari«ty of fabrics, plain and printed, in modern and traditional poftcrnt, it available far your election. rVic*jT Up from, 36" $1.33. W $1.95 BARRETT'S SIZ W. Dickaon Phont 1004 41 E. CENTER At GARDENHIRE'S EXPANSION Stunning WATCH IANDS COMPACTS ir lady'. 17«WEl Ta '* nt , Gardenhire's Jewelry ~ PHONE 21 RICH WORSTED WOOLS fallnhn Jj.UU Mai,,' tin, Oiooi« from lhi« Ihw grevp of pur* wool wortttdi In ttrif*, chtdii, tom*b, bouclii and iharkikini. AH mn w»ll tailwW, wwrtty rtyltd. $1 down hddi M l«y«w«x, Mm* in wnvwwt* IntlalliMMi. NEW FALL GO-TOGETHERS Tailwtd long il»v« cotton Blouse. While- n «ft on-whit«. Cufflinkt. Sizet from 32 to 38. 2.7 Q Colorfully printed corduroy W.tkit. Smart, o -- yowlhhl. Fall Jwd«. Sii.i from 12 to 18. 0.7O N.wly,rrltd corduroy, wing Skirl to mot. coruroy, wng irl to mot. , ftQ wi* W.^il abov*. Sij.i from 22 to 30. 4.7O

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