Â· Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Washington county Youth for Christ, Central BÂ«ptiÂ«t Church, S Monday . . . B. P. W. C., Ferguson's, 8:30 Hi Si Club, 7 Wishington Lodge One, Masonic Hall, 7:30 THIS 'N' THAT ABOUT TOWN KATHLEEN DOZIEH Katheryn and John Barnhill with daughter Â· Nancy have returned after three weeks' vacation' part of which was spent at Camp LeConte at Elkmont, Tenn. On their way they stopped to see his mother Mrs. J. M. Barnhill, at Savannah, and at Nashville, to see her brother. They also visited friends in their former home at Knoxville. "Bafny" returned by plane to attend coaches' school, while Katheryn and Nancy drove by to see other relatives in Tennessee en route home . . . Eleanor Douglas whose brother George Walker, Jr., is here from their home, Poplar Plain Farm, Oldham, Vo., is also expecting his fiancee this weekend. She is Mary Tayloe Murphy of Mt. Holly, Vo., and their wedding is planned for January. . . . Mildred Cole left today to get daughter, Nancy, at Camp Ouachita.. She is hoping her sister will meet here there and return for a visit. . . . Priscilla and Dick Humbert are back from a vacation in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. Marry In Afternoon Ceremony Weds At Central Methodist Dinner Party Honors Bride-Elect Golda Fletcher has received word from her sister Lucy Orenbaun, who landed at Okiawa July 26 with her children, Tommy and Bill. She writes that . she not only was greeted by her husband, Master Sgt Tom Orenbaun, but by her sister, Ruby Adkins, and brother-in-law, Lieutenant Adkins, with their'chil- dren, Ruby Jean and Sharon Kay. Rose and Bill McNoir returned home Thursday Â· They have been with bill's sister, Carolyn, and her husband, Alex Stirewalt, at Turrell and in Memphis, i-'ij Â»/ er Horkins is visiting his mother in Spring- Â· tield Mass., and plans to be gone for about 10 days . . . Nell and Dr. Dick Miller have as their guests this weekend her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Kelly of Â· Homer, La. ... Louise and W. C. Whitfield with daughter, Ann, and son, Bill, returned this week from a trip to Chicago. They were gone a week and during Â· this time, went by to see Bobby, who is at camp near Delafield, Wis Mary John Skillern left Thursday for Key West, Fla., where she will teach this winter She won t be home until Christmas. Ora Hylan, Juonita Trumbo and Jean Greenhaw Â· gave a Coke party this morning at the Hyland home tor Nancy Lane, who leaves next month for France T u i n h e Wl " studv under a Fu| bnght scholarship! Â· Ihe 30 guests who called were served informally from the dining table, the centerpiece of which car- need out the "bon voyage" motif with a large basket Â° jri'*' ' ' ' S P eakin 9 Â°f tne Trumbos, Juanita, Don, . and Don, Jr., are entertaining tomorrow evening with a supper party at Ferguson's for Betty Murphy and David George, whose wedding will be the 14th. Don .Jr., will be a member of the wedding party A party for Betty is being given this afternoon by Mary Louise Cam and Geneva Sample at Mary Louise's home. This is a miscellaneous shower and those attending are neighbors of the Murphys, the Cains _ and the Samples. A dessert course is to be served Ond then Betty will receive some favorite recipes. . _, Prhaps.it isn't generally known that the Epsilon Chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha was chosen from 94 active chapters to receive the award for outstandinq activities, made at the national convention The award, a large silver tray, was displayed by Suzanne Bryan of Van Buren, treasurer, and Jane Smallwood Russellville, vice president, at the rush party held in Fort Smith last Saturday. The P. R. Greens have just come home from a vacanon to Alaska. They left by boat from Seattle and stopped at each port of call, going as far north as Anchorage. They were gone about 23 days, missina some of our warmest weather. . . . Louise and Bi(l Kitter are back from a tour of some of the Western states. Their main stops were in Colorado Springs Las Vegas Nev. and Long Beach, Calif., where they' visited relatives. They also attended the races at De Mar and made the trip to Catalino. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Brcmigon Vfiss Huberta Proctor Weds In Presbyterian Chapel The wedding of Miss Huberta* Anne Proctor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert G. Proctor of Hindsville, to George E. Branigan, son of Dean and Mrs. George F. Branigan, was an event of Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock, in the chapel of the Presbyterian Student Center at the University. Dr. J. W. Butler, Jr., performed the double ring ceremony before an altar Coffee Given For Mrs. Bowen Mrs. Thomas W. Bowen, recent- S1nd l huc^beTM -I^JJ^.^i-i-^TM - the late M^ Mrs. S. C. Bohart, at the organ, i day morning given by" Mrs ' Hmvarcl L' 0 * of Southern . played "Will You Remember?" "I I George L. Bowen and her daugh- Metllotli!;t University, D a l l a s , Love You Truly." and Grieg's ter, Mrs. Bill Morton at the Coun ! xa5 ' o f f i c ' i ; l t c d during the cere- try Club. ' mony. which was held in the Ccn- Covered with a cloth of pink Miss Geneva Clark -Photo by Puska. Basham-Qark Vows Said n Double Ring Service In a double ring service per- I Those who assisted with the formed Sunday afternoon at 4 j reception were Miss Mac Etta o'clock, Miss Geneva C l a r k , daurh- Rush and Miss Beatrice flush of lor of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra C l a r k , | Tulsa, Okla., cousins of the became the bride of Willi.im I bridegroom; Miss Jnnic Miller I a i k c r Basham, son of Mrs. O. W. j Mrs. Jo McChristian, Mrs. J. n] KciuiHii, Mrs. Jesse Bcnton and Mrs. Monroe I.ancr, aunt of the -- - .. Arnons- the p a r t i e s this week for MiÂ« netty Murphy, whoie marriai. .o Da,-id George will be August 14, is the dinner party liven by M Clarence Youn 3 Tuesday at her home on Vandevcnler Shown ,eVv1 ' lhe Ubl(! ' ' * -- - ____ __PuB_k. TIMESFOTO) Wage Board Favors Shorter Work Week With No Pay Loss Washington-W-Labor contracts i era! approval today of thÂ« WaÂ« " l i n g for a shorter work week | Stabilization Board * w l l h no Â° P "- V had lhc Â«'"- Thc Â°Â« enc y. which hai . num- "Ich Liebe Dich," preceding the service, and the traditional wcd- -_ --, ..... ..uuit.w.tui t i;i,- v.uvt:iuu wun a ciotn or pink ding marches for the processional | organdy, the table was centered and recessional. Miss Proctor, iccompanied to I the altar by her father, wore a ballerina length, gown of white net over satin, fashioned with a wide pleated ruffle around the skirt and an over-skirt of lace. Complimenting the gown, she wore a lace jacket with long pointed sleeves fastened with tiny buttons. A tiara with a bowl of pink and lavender asters. Pink aster corsages were also received by all those who assisted. Presiding at the table between the hours of 9:30 and 11:30 o'clock were Mrs. Fred Stevenson, Mrs. Joe Bates, Mrs. W. W. Scroggin, Mrs. Davis Richardson and Mrs. R. P. Bartholomew. Others who assisted were Mrs. - tral Methodist Church before on altar centered with an open Bible. The background was formed of ind asters bride. Miss Edith Smith was in charge of HIP bride's book. The couple left immediately after the reception for a wedding trip in the Enst iind on their return they will be at home in H u n t s v l l l p , where the bridegroom w h i t e gladioli and asters w h i l e ..Â«....,...,,, Â»,,,..,,: plumosis was used with the seven I is an instructor in the Veterans branched candelabra placed on Education Program each side of the altar. The chancel rail was decorated with hucklc- For travel, the bride chose n _,,.,,.,.,, ,,,,,, JUJLIWI.-- copper corded .silk dress with berry and white gladioli, ,-nd the | black patent accessories. She wore pews were marked with bows of | a corsage of white jjlamclias lacelon ribbon. j Out of town guests included A program of orgai, music was ' Mir ' s Efiilh . s Â»"tli of Dallas. Texas- presented by Mrs. Roy Simpson Mrs. L. L. Browne, Mrs. Joe Pen- marriage by her fa- the bride wore a gown or Mrs. Robert Tretheway of Kansas City, Mo., sister of the bride, was matron of honor and best man was James H. Bennett of Smackover. Harold Doorenbos of Fayetteville, and Clifton Vineyard of Hampton, served as ushers. Mrs. Tretheway wore a rose lace dress with a white picture hat and white accessories. Her flowers were white gladioli, arranged in a corsage. Mrs. Proctor, for her daughter's wedding, wore a navy blue crepe dress with white accessories and a corsage of white fleur de meuir. Mrs. Branigan, mother of the bridegroom, chose a pink braided marquisette frock with black accessories and her corsage, too, was fleur de meuir. A reception followed Immediately afterward, in the living and dining rooms of the Student Cen- vcrslly. He Is presently on the faculty at Ohio State University and Is working toward his Ph D degree. Mrs. Holder was formerly an assistant home demonstration ngcnt in Washington County. Mr. and Mrs. fioyce Lansford have returned from a family reunion at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Lansford, in CIcburn, Texas. Also there for the occasion were Tina and Melvln McGaha and children of Houston, Texas. Enroute home they stopped in Dallas, and Fort Worth, Texas to visit relatives of Mrs. Lansford. They were gone about two weeks. S.U! yesterday to go ahead and approve them If certain condition* are met. These proviso) Include: 1. Evidence that the scheduled work week jibes with prictlcaj within the industry, area or comparable Industry. 2. A statement that the actual number of hours to bt worked fits the ihorter week, although some reductions r.iight hive to bÂ« gradual. 3. A list of anticipated changw In operation*, such ai hiring or rc-asslgnment of employes. 4. A recording to ihow thil tbo pay Increaie, reiuUini; from t Coach and Mrs. Presley A.ikew ?. h _ ort " _ wwk w ". h no w Â«Â»Â« cut. Personals ter. The reception line was formal by members of the bridal party and the mothers of the bride and - - - - Â». ^. Â· n 'lon tulle over w h i t e satin* McAllister, Jr., Mrs. Leonard fashioned w i t h a loose f i t t i n g Bo- Grcenhaw, Mrs. Elsworth Brown, J dire antt long sleeves of C h a n t i l l v Mrs. J. W. Gable, Mrs. John I 'nee. The f u l l floor-length skirl White. Mrs. C. G. Melton. Mr?, j featured a tulle peplum which con- Harold Gaiiies and Mrs. G. C.' tinued in the back i n l o a chape) Thomas. j l e n g t h train. Her fingertip veil of Lt. and Mrs. Bowen have gone ! 'Uus.on cascaded from a J u l i e t cap to Booncville. Mo., for a visit with | Â°' w h i t e satin, adorned w l l h soe-l I Uv " ehildren of Corpus Christ!, her mother. He will report soon to '' Pearls. She carried a w h i t e Bible I Ttlx;iF . are visiting here w i t h B. .1.' topped with a shower arrange-'Â·'Â· A v h TM and his daughter Mrs Ba- mcnt of white glamelliaÂ« I HI Clark. Miss Betty Joyce Clark, sister of i Â· the bride, was maid of honor and ' TM'- and Mrs. Frank Thomas and Bridesmaid was Miss Martha i I h c i r children. Larry and Jerry, of I BÂ«.iks. They wore net over t a f f e t a ' Kansas City, Mo., and. Mrs James gowns of a q u a and p j n k M , Djxon w j t h h c r d h , M ; Camp Hoot* in Texas. Banks-Thompson Mrs. Irene Fields of Little Rock, is visiting here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hoy T. Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Killick and and daughter, Margery Sue, moved Tuesday to Connors Stale College. Warner. Okla. Mr. Askew will be director of physical education and head basketball coach Presley, Jr. who has been at Kamp-Ke-Mo, Rockaway Beach Mo., will Join the family. today. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Davis, Jr.. will occupy the Askew home at "Â·' Gunter Street. DENNIS THE MfNACI was charged ftfalrut wifi regulations six and eight. Then illo-v a 10 per cent pay ra!Â»e ovÂ«r January, 1D50, plus cost of livlni increases. 5. An examination of thÂ« requested pay rales upon other Industries and areas. Â«. Where a substantial reduction In hours Is called for. such u from Â« to 40 hours, Â· reduction . accomplished In steps. gowns of aqua and pink, stylo,] ' Di.xon with her daughters Mar- Bentonville-(Special)-Thc wed- with strapless bodices and h'ouf-1 lha and Darlene, are \-Isitine their ling of Miss Margaret Evelyn j "anl, hallerina-length skirts Taf- parents. Mrs. G A Thomas in ianks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. i "-''a capplcts comnlcted t h e i r , TO _ University l l e i n h i c , n j jji','. n odiiRH, aaugmer 01 iwr. antl Mrs. i lt - ti1 lapncis coinplc V. L. Banks, Hiwasse. and Clifford ' turncs. They carried ra.it-ade boii . u. j^ni.ix^, invvciaat.-. d i i u \ ~ i u i u i u .""n.i. iui.-_y t-tllTJCn rasc'tj M. Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. j i|uels of purple asters C. M. Thompson of Gravettc, will i Robert Hankins ''served the be solemnized tomorrow evening. Â· bridegroom as best man and can-....- ...,, ... w .. ltta V,, lM y uuui: aim at 6 o'clock. The ceremony will j die lighters were Ray Stamen lr bridegroom. Miss Betty Lowe was will take place in the Christian Â·Â· and Earl Hargis Jerrv r.rlrr' incharge of the guest book. Church at Hiwasse. ' cousin of the bride, was r i n g b'eii F o r t h e past t w o years. Miss ! cr - Â· Â· Â· - , E. Wages of Springdale. and Mrs. n ^..u.^v. -j. .. IK Â«(UC5L UUUK. The dining table was covered with an imported linen cloth having a bowl of blue asters mingled and with huckleberry as the center- I Thompson is at home on furlough Banks has attended school, has been employed in Tulsa. Mrs. nohei-t Boston, her daughter, Barbara, antl son, Bobby, and Afrs. Joe Grumpier, returned Wednesday from visiting in Illinois. Mi?. Boston and children i v.-ere with relatives in Wcnclka. f o r her daughter's wedding Mrs. l a n d Mrs. Crumplcr Mopped with Llark chose a navy blue lace gown I friends In Aurora with navy accessories and her ,-.-~^. Â»,, t wcuiinig ^divc, u i u u g n i j n u n ] ^\iasKa, wnere ne nas oec from Kansas City, by the bride's j stationed lor the past two years, sister, was adorned with ire hlno . Â· -- .-^-- ..Â«,.Â».^ w ^i tj aa im: uirjiurr- , i iiuiiifjiuii is ai nome on lunougn piece. The wedding cake, brought | from Alaska, where he has been i sage was of "red'"roses "fllrT from Kan.a., -Â»,, K. Â«H. I........... d.i j -- .v. ' h a m was a t t i r e d i n ' a gown of beige lace with matching acres-! msoMhelr "son! too wore a shoulder ' returnee! from sories. sister, was adorned with ice blue blossoms and served by Miss Bet- ! Dr. John Davis arrived by plane ty Lowe. Punch was served by 'Thursday in Oklahoma City Okla Â· corsage of red roses Mrs. O. E. Cook, cousin of t h e , to meet his family, Mrs.' Davis j Following the Wedding tl ! midshinm bride, who was in charge of the I and daughters, Patricia and Kathy, i bride's parents were hosts' at a ' Portland Â·,,,,] dm,,,,! room She was assisted by , and return with them to Long | reception, at Ferguson" n he i and Â« u i t ,nn Miss Betty Jo Melton. I Beach. Calif., where they w i l l ! Mountain Inn Hotel. The wedding Â· will remain h iielr home. j party and parents of the couple ! until Scptemt ~ Â· ! 'onned the receiving line. | On the refreshment t a b l e wer Mr. and Mrs. James W. Holder drove to Tulsa, Okla., Thursday o e silk suit with white hat and acces- ! r 4. t.rf - R u ^'"i 0 ;TM Â°"d daughter, Lorraine, en- ertamed with breakfast Wednesday for the Carmen LTw FÂ° MÂ°L Â°?P IS TÂ°u nd ,' N V Y " the ^ *"* 0 "d k u'Â»u Â°Â£ n ?/ s 'J he Lo^bordos are vacationing here with the Goffs. Carmen Lombardo is on vacation from the Guy Lombordo orchestra.. Â· Durham H. D. Club Plans For Fair Booth' The Durham Home Demonjtn , tion Club met at the Community House Thursday afternoon it 1 o'clock, with 13 members and three visitors present. In th* ab, sence of the president, Mn Bemice Fish presided. The devotion was given by Miss BUM* Lou Bailiff of Dutton, utter which plans were completed for Â· booth it jhe County Fair. The Vendor," Ilns, preceding a penny auction, which was won by Shirley Jones. Game prizef were won by Bernlce Fish, Kema Collini, Mary Wise ind MUi Ratllff. Olfti were received by Kula Howard, Mary Wise, Shirley Jones Â·nd Mn. NÂ«vinÂ», in obiÂ»rvance of their birthdayi. Thli wai followed by refreihmenu, terved hy the hoittuti, MrÂ«. Leona Gllllam and Mn. Virginia L*w|i. Mn. Ralph Ferjuson and chil- sories. Her corsage of fleur rie ! Births Â· meuir was pinned to hcr shoulder. I The bride will be a junior in the ' ~ " College of Business Education at j Mr. and Mrs. Sterlin C. Moore (Â·"" .inornen wi the University next year and the ; Mr. and Mrs-. Sterlin C Moore wllil(1 hloranrm bridegroom will be a senior in ' ~ : Chemical engineering next year. Â· ./.Â· ..i Â« n mtugnicr, He is employed this summer for the County Hospital the DuPont Company in Orange ' the silver punch bowl and the five-tiered wedding rake, which Mr. and Mr?. Willis C7. Holder announce the hirth of a daughter ' August 3. ,-,i the University I l n s - ' of Fayetteville, announce the birth of a daughter, August R, ,-,; v.-.v- f o r m a l i v rolle;;e_of Kn nn the faculty of the i ineerinj; at the Uni: Texas, where they will live until the fall semester begins at the University. Lovell-Dawsbn Marriage Told Mr. and Mr*. Dave O. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Dave O. Wilson of . Springdale, announce the birth of ! a son, August 8, at the County I Hosnital. . dren, Annttte and J Â«rr.v, It are Bentonville - (Special) - Announcement has been made of the marriage of Mrs. Laura Dawson and Rick Lovell, both of Benton- I ville. The marriage was performed Sunday at 2 p. m., at the Church of the Nar.arenc In Bentonville The Bev. G. E. Hawkins, pastor, officiated. The wedding was attended by close friends of the bride and bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs. Lovell are at the Lovell farm, one mile north of the city. Tom McCnnn of I.ongvlew Tex- Â«Â». Is visiting hers with his aunt Â·n* uncle. Mr. and Mrs. L. D Kendall, on Rush Drive. Let expert put your machine in first cl.iss runnin* order. _ Reasonable charge!. Eilimatt furnished in advance. SMCnSCWHK II S*vth Ent SI. 1117 Glassware Fine China Gifts Housewares Catering to the Bride and Housewife LEWIS BROS. CO. wu TWO WOPSCT;MQ siuy?* --- n ' r , j Vu^,? H You are cordially invited to a SPECIAL SHOWING Â·ROTHMOORÂ« Coats and Suits Ttiesday Aug. 12 Mr. William Sthwarlj, Rothmoor rÂ«prti*Ma* five, will prei.nt for your it lection witt, Mtf. trimmed coali and lur-frimmtd coati. Com*, choo.. your it y le, fabric and color for Â«* Fall delivery.
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