Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 13, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 13, 1952
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11, mi IIIHM MM. KATHLUN DOO Nffliiimiiiniinirmiimimiiimimiiiiiiiim HiiiiMHimiiiHiHiiiiiiiimM Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . ] Gbldtmrod Club, Mrs. Dwlght Mnrrl*, 8:30 2^ival Reserve Electronic Company ft-8 Drill, Eason Building, 7 . t Kappt, Alpha Phi. 15 Ensl Rock Street, 7:30 M41 Volunteer Air Korce Reserve Training Squadron, 7:30 Washln|ton County Democratic Women, Lake Atalanta, 7:30 AMVETS, Courthouse, 7:43 O. K.. 1OOK Hall, 8 I Thursday j Washington l.nrjge One, Masonic Hall, B . m. [ Hed Cross Ozark Council, Mrs. 11. H. Rosen, 10 t. m. » Notary Club, Washinjton Hotel, 12 ! Family Supper, Country Club, 7 f VA DistaJIers, VA Nurses Home, 7:30 ; V. F. W., 1081 West Outer, 7:3f ! Far West Ch«pter One, R. A. M., Miionic Hill, 7:90 Rush Party Held By Chi Omegas At Walden Home A Chi Omega rush pally was Held Saturday at the home of Mrs. Clint Walden on South Mountain. Luncheon was served on the lawn, after which the girls played ; bridge, croquet, and ping pong. f Rusheei were Kaye Thompson, ^ Barbara Wetter, Jean Ann Stew[ art, Monte Roberts, Mary Sue Wide, Susanna Handy, Roslla Varela, Patsy Thompson, Sue Ann Cooper, Frances Hook, all of Fayetteville; Nancy Jo Steele, Mary Eleanor Stafford, Sprlngrille; Carolyn Sager, Connie Shaddox and Shirley Henley of Harrlion; Carole Hall and Joyce Kowind of Cir-l thige, Mo. Active members who attend Louise Peterson ind Alice Pear son, of Fayettevllle; Cithtrln were Miry Scirbrough, Man McCartney, Mary Jo McMakln Libby Holmes ind Betty Henrlc all of Fort Smith; Shirley New man, president, and Janet Was of Berryville; Rachatl Kuchlmtla ler of Hot Springs. Mr. ind Mrs, Doyle Swiney am children of Kllgore, Texts, ar visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Swiney, Route three ind Mrs. Mary Hutcheson o Route twn. Dessert Bridge limenfs Miss Clark members present ind one guest, Mrs. Bonnie Bohinnon. f \' t The club discussed plans for a LornDiiments '° od itind '° r "* c °^^ T^ ~ and also plans for a picnic. GIMCS were played ind Mrs. Jones received the mystery package. Refreshments were served by Mrs. A. O. Spiuldlng ind Mrs. · the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Clyde Joel Smith entertained yesterday ! Selle and Mrs. Bill Shaffer.. The next meeting of the club will be held August 25, at the home of Mrs. Hugh Jctt. Coke Party Given Honoring Visitor afternoon at the Spiulding home on Wilson Avenue with i dessert bridge and miscellaneous shower, , complimenting Mist Clark, ! whose wedding to Harold Langs- | ton will be in event of August JJ. j -Summer flowen decorated the ! home and the lice covered dining table feitured an arrangement of white tapers mingled with crepe I myrtle, surprise lilies and baby's, _ breath. Within this semi-circular ! CrAm A m a r i l l n arrangement were the bride dnll N U I I I H I I I O I I I I U n satin gown and flower girls, on i mirrored plateau. Bridge winners were Mrs. W. H. Summers. Mt,. Qlsdyf Sanders, Mrs. C. G. Spears of Sprlngdale, and Mrs. Troy Clark. Came prize was received by Miss Clark. The party was concluded with he opening of gifts, which were ·ken from i large pink bisket m the gift table In the living 'oom. Miss Clirk wis assisted In ipenlng her gifts by her mother, flrc. Troy Clark, ind her siller, Mrs. Prentice Jernes. clinic in Oklahoma City, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Hudftni at Tulsa, Okla., are the guests of his sister, Mrs. Harvey Joyce. Mrs. Hudgens, who has her own TV program, is known as "Honey" Hudgens. Announcements Natural Flavor Wins Favor Mrs. Skillern Is Complimented With Shower A pink ind blue shower was given list night it the home of Mrs. Hampton Halstll for Mrs. C. M. Skillern, who is visiting here from Amarlllo, Tens. Blue dyed zinnias In a .pink bowl were plicid 90 'ht coffee tible In the living room. Gifts were arranged about a stork on the dining table, which wis covered with a white cloth. Refreshments of punch and petit fours cakes, decorated with safety pin storks, were served. On each crystal plate there were also plic- ed small pink paper cradles, containing nuts and cindles. A virlety of gifts w«re received by the honoree from friends of the former rayeltevllle resident. Friendly Circle Meets With Rogers Hostess Mrs. Julia Jones of Rogers, en- ertalned the Friendly Circle Club Monday evening at the home of ler mother, Mrs. Clarence Rice, Fayetteville. There were eight THWUIMIHIIVIR TMMTM 11-MflHHMCIiMUItEEI DIXIE RADIO 421 DICK8ON fhon* 124J Thc 1953 Arkansas March of Dimes will be headed by Peter F. Walzek of Crossctt, it wus announced today by Basil O'Connor, president of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. Wat- zck is president of the Crossett Lumber Company, the Bank of Crossett, and is vice chairman of the Board of Governors of the Crossett Health Center. The March of Dimes will be held from January 2 to 31. Wstzek announced. No definite goal or quota has bepn set. Personals A Coke parly v/u given Mon- diy ilternoon by Mrs. Charles Brtnnan at her home' on Rush Drive, complimenting Mrs. C. M. Sklllern of Amarlllo, Texas. Among the guests were neighbors ·nd members of her church group and bridge club, of which she was a member during her residence here in Fiyetteville. A centerpiece composed of pink Unnlas ind white hydrangas were arranged In · low bisket decorating the serving tible, which was covered with a white cloth. Small arrangements of asters, pom-pom zinnias ind other garden flowers were placed about the room. Refreshments were served from 3 to 4:30 o'clock, by the hostess. Red Cross Council To Meet And Plan For Fall Program Plans for recruitment of Gray Ladles will be discussed at a meet- Ing of the Red Cross council tomorrow at 10 i. m., it the home of Mrs. H. R. Rosen, JOS Forest. Mrs Rosen who is the Red Cross VA representative of the council is hoping to Interest former volunteers who have been inactive as well is new volunteers who wish to give this «ervlce fnr vetenn patients. Typical Griy Lady scrlce includes visiting patients in wards and at bedside, distributing gift (lowers, writing letters, giving assistance to the social worker, distributing chapter-produced and comfort articles, serving in the library and teaching simple hindi- Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Chllton and "·"*· ! daughter, Betty Woodruff, rcturn- The council will also discuss the «l Monday after spending the lew fall program for morning i weekend with relatives in Chand- L. B. Smith left yesterday by plane on a business t r i p to Washington. D. C., and California. He is expected to return in about a week. ' Washington County Democratic Women The Washington County Democratic Women's Club will have i supper meeting tonight at 7:30 o'clock it Lake Atalinta. Guest speaker for the evening will be Storm Whaley of Siloim Springs,! who will talk on the Democratic 1 Convention held in Chicago. Ice Cr»m Social An ice- cream social will be held by the Young Wives Circle, number 12, of Central Methodist Church, on the parsonage lawn at 7 o'clock tonight. O. E. S. Social Club The Eastern Star Social Club will not meet Thursday evening as scheduled. Washington Lodce One Washington Lodge One will have a special called meeting tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock, to attend the funeral of Tom Hodges. All Master Masons are asked to attend. Births Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Skillern and daughter, Karen, of Amarillo. Texas, are visiting here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Skillern, on Vandevenlcr Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Edmoudson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Edmondson, Jr., announce the birth of a daughter, August 12, at the County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Claude William Harris Mr. and Mrs. Claude William Harris of Springdale, announce the birth of a son, August 12, at the County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ervine Medcalf of Bangs, Texas, arrived Monday to visit his sister, Mrs. Ora Salver, and family, and IHB uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Joel Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Glenn Mr. and Mrs. Austin Glenn of Fayetteville, announce the birth of a daughter, August 13, at the County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hill spent last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Sellers in Mansfield. Mo. The Sellers are former Fayetteville residents. You are Invited To Our Display of Fall and Winter Fabrics Tailored and Styled to Your Individual Requirements Suits -- Topcoots -- Sport Coats -- Slacks Over 1,000 Fabrics in Every Conce ; vable Pattern F ° r Men For Ladies Suits from 59.50 Jonnie IjaOi Our 20th Year 'coffee hours," entertainment and henpeutic instruction, auto tours ind other services Red Cross vol- mteers give the hospital. Anyone nterested In volunteering is asked o call the chapter office, telephone 218. The council Is made up of Red Cross representatives of f i v e northwest counties. Mrs. Clifton Brick, chairman will preside. Fayetteville representatives include Mrs. H. G. Hot*. Mrs. Lonni* E. Hall, Mrs. A. M. Harding, Mrs Ralph Y. Harrison. Mrs. R. E. Westmeyer. Mrs. .Terome McHoy. Mrs. Paul D. Lewis, Mrs. T. M. Murrell, and Mrs. W. H. Pryor. Attending from other counties will be Mrs. R. W. Suter. Bentonville and Mrs. Charles Soule, Huntsville. lorville, III., and in Springfield, 111., -where Mrs. Chilton's father, W. D. Upp, underwent surgery at a Springfield hospital. Guests in the home of A. L. Stover Friday evening, honoring Mr. and .Mrs. Clyde Stover of Stockton, Calif., were Mr. and Mrs. Alving Maxwell, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hawkins, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Stover and son, Billy, Mr. Mrs. Frank Maxwell and sons, Donald and Billy, Mrs. J. N. Hawkins and son, Jim, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mayes and two .children. Rickey and Becky, K. C. Lane and son. Faye, and Mrs. Newt Lane of Belle Garden, Calif. Mrs. Katie A. Couch is a patient at the City Hosptial. Mrs. K. P. McCormick and daughters of Sallisaw. Okla., arc visiting here with her parents, Mr. | and Mrs. B. B. Hronson, while! her husband attends a coaches j Ozark Club Meets For All-Day Quilting The Ozark Community Club met-' "ii V ._. M _ , , Monday with Mrs. Ruth Tanner.! " ' f A S I t K M f t H I t Than-There were 1Z members · and 24 j guests present. The day was spent' In qulltinf with a luncheon served I at noon. I The next meeting will be with I Mrs. W. L. Wallace, August 25, in Woolsey Community. 1,600 Will Be Added By New York Police New York-(/P)-Faced with statistics indicating an unsurge in crime, New York City plans to add 1,600 men to its police force. Although court jesters early in, the Midole Ages often were nien-i lal defectives, in later times they sometimes were outstanding men who rose to important positions. Dry Eczema Itch Quick, lotting relief--tkin soothed emd softened with Oil-rich ResinoJ OJNTMfNT-'Confo*, lonotti After-Election SALE we elect to clean house and with these unconventional prices we know it will be a clean-sweep. The Winning Ballot: ·Summer Dresses (Mostly Cottons) ·Sportswear ·Millinery ·Blouses ·Lingerie ·Bags ·Costume Jewelry ·Gloves DrasticallyReduced for immediate clearance to make room for new merchandise. This is the final reduction, so get on the band wagon. All Sales final What I want is a Coke StJoseph ASPIRIN WWrSUKESTSaiDIATlOC IT S HERE NOW! Reducing Plan · Niuticliit * · non womta nduci · lucctiifully o Ihto any ottnf o renm in llw U.S. 100 W. DMuM Str«« 3000 Your thirst calls for some Iclnd of refreshment... your taste tells you to be sure it's ice-cold Coca-Cola. UHtu turnout? OP tni tocA-coi* COMPANY ·» MYITIVIIU COCA40U BOTTUNO COMPANY, MMM 1400 0 i MI. Tm cecA.eou to»f»r

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