Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 14, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 14, 1952
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n*B. Auflvtt M, HIlimillHIIMIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMHIUIIIIIIMIMIMIMIIMl Wedding Announced MIS. KATHLEIN DOUU NiniiiNMiimimiiiiiiiMiMiinihiMiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiMin Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . ^ Dee Gee Club, Carolvn LOKUC, fii.TO Family Suppci. Country Club, 7 VA Distnlfcrs, VA N'urtn Home, 7:30 V. F. W., 1081 West Center, 7:30 F«r \Ve«t Cl)»pter One, n. A. M., Masonic Hall, 7:30 Friday Contact Club, Washlnjlcn Hotel, 7:30 a m. Iiyeitevlllc Boird of Realtors, Ferguson's, 12 DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketchom Barlow-Poe Vows Said In Springdaie Miss Phifer Is Bride Of Paul Oldham ced for September 2, it the home of Mrs. Vtrni Mat Keener. pixie-light ; and fill-fresh... our new, new styles in v F L O A T I N G S T E P CASUALS Pv«l'.i«rl vertionr of tU teuton'. r«,- foiknnt in w«Jg, (Int. ndtl and c onc.oleJ Ufl fooUoar, Hooting.tUp ci.tliloneJ, leautifull.| Jal.^lcJ ifl_n«w»ti colorr, j m t c t l«atnert. Lovely low throat slinf open toe with contrast- Ing trim along throat line shown in Green Suede, Bitter Sweet trim Black Suede. Black Kid trim . Coppertone, Bitter Sweet trim Mrs. C. O. Pralher of Kansas City, Kan., is a guest of her I mother, Mrs. J. O. Polk, «nd Mr The wedding of Miss Dorothy ! """ Mrs - w - E - p °^- Phifcr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.! ~ David W a t e r m a n o[ Winslow. t o ! Paul Oldham, son of Mr. and Mrs Tom E. Oidham, 321 Willow Avc- i nue, was performed in the home of his parents Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Vows were read by the Rev. G. W. Morrison, pastor of the ! Immanucl Baptist Church, before I an improvised a l t a r at the fire- j place of the home. The mantel was decorated with sumrntr flowers ' and fern. | The bride wore a tailored w h i l e i linen frock w i t h elhow length cape of Venetian lace, and a w h i t e hat embroidered with seed pearls. She 1 carried * white Testament with a cascading fleur de m u i r bouquet. ! Her only ornament was a three- I strand string of pearls, gift of the I bridegroom. Her maid of honor, Miss Norma ivas attired in a chartreuse taffeta frock pinned w i t h a corsage of blue fleur rle m u i r . G. i W. Swlhart served the bridegroom | as best man. Only relatives and close f r i e n d s of the counle attended the wedging nnrt the reception which fol- :.lowed, In the dining room of the home. The candle-lit table, covcp-ed w i t h a Dutch linen-lace cloth, fea- (Mrort t h e wedding cake which was cut by the hrlde and bridegroom and served by Mrs. Oldham, mother of the bridegroom. Mrs. Waterman, mother of the bride, presided at the punch bowl. Those who assisted were Mrs M a r r y C. Otwell, Miss F.malie Huff and Mrs. rioyce I.ansford Following a short weddinj? trip. Ihe couple is at home st 5 South West Street. Young Mother's Club Elects New Officers The Young Mother's Club met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Genevive Gayer. The meet- injr opened w i t h the devotion, which was followed by a lengthy business session. New officers for the club were elected as follows: Mrs. Reba Workman, president; Mrs. Crneuve Gayer, vice president: Mrs. Eileen Evans, secretary-treasurer: Mrs. Ina Eioll, reporter. Mrs. Irene Neff of Sprinsdale, and Mrs. Dorothy Glidewell became new members. A social hour followed the busi- less meeting, nt which time games were played asd refreshments vere served by Ihe hostess. The next nicotine was announ- SprinEdalc-(Spccial)-Mrs. E f - ; fit Sneli announces the marriage of her daughter, Cordelia Snel Poe to Bill J. Barlow, son of Mr and Mrs. J. H. Barlow of Bauxite The wedding was solemnized Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in the pastor's study of the Firs! Baptist church. The Rev. Stanley Jordan, pastor of the church, performed the double ring ceremony. The bride chose for her wedding a brown faille suit and wore a corsage of .yellow rose buds. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Payne were the only attendants. Mr. and Mrs. Barlow left immediately after the ceremony on a short honeymoon to Hot Springs. The bride attended the University and for some time has been employed by the Heekin Can Company in Springdaie. The bridegroom received his degree from the University with the graduating class of 1948. He has accepted a teaching petition in the Fayetteville school system for the eoming school year. The couple will make their home on Holcomb Street in Sprirlgdale, Guests attending the wedding were the bride's mother, Mrs Effie Snell, and Kathryn Snell Poe, daughter of the bride, Mrs. Allen McClain, sister-in-law of he bride, and Mrs. Helen Buchanan and daughter, Helen Joe. Miss Thelma Arford of Campbell-Bell's millinery department, has returned from a three-day plane trip to Dallas, Texas, where she attended a dinner and style show, Sunday, given at the Adolphus Hotel. Miss Baker Engaged To David Clark Davis nounce tht engagement of their daughter, Penny, to Divid Clark Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Cleveland Davis of Paris, Ark. Miss Baker is a student at the nogers-(.Spedal)-Mr. and Mrs university, where she is a mem- Foster K. Baker of the Oak Hili j ^ tcTS TM si g TM community, west of lioscis, a n - | honor societies. Mr. Davis w i l l ! complete raqulr*m«Mt* for i je- gree from th« lUt* university thj s month. The weddinf it Khfduled far latt lummer. PITTSBURGH PAINTS ARE MAPI OF THE FINIST MATHIALf--THAT'S WHY THIY L O O K B E T T E R (.ONCER." $o« There's nothing lik* ^Pittsburgh Points for outside protection and inside cheerfulness -you will save money and worry by insisting on Pittsburgh Paints, in many ways better quality than ever before. JOHNSON'S Point and Wallpaper Store MIRRORS and GLASS 25 N. BLOCK . PHONE 806 Week End SPECIAL Jonesboro Cherry Pie It's a Winner it's way ahead! Be governed accordingly FRIDAY and SATURDAY One of Arkansas' Fine Stores To the mother of a girl going Back to School in Her First Bra Ion ATJOIC th? importance of your daughter'* firM bra. You Ltifnt it n i l ! l i a v r N lifi'lwic influence on her lijjiiip, So h e l p rlio M-ly- Ml/y!r*Mlti?|)ivm! Hilhlur HI:I In Tnnnlil, ) ln»l! \Vc rrcominrni] il tie- ml l»r "lilM Inn" Kill*. Il fives \cnir ihiigliler Ihr Him, »ith, iinrxn^rrnlp.1 lines --he xsanK Hnl innip itn|.nr. I. il gUii civet her thr unnNirl tunl ticciliiin, ihc lienlllifiil luppoil her lifiinr mu«l h,i\r lo i/n rliy l,nl fm ilir fuimr. In cool, whitr, tuiluhle rollon. Gmie pirk up sfveul imlay! Hnhhir Hrn .hown, $1,25 Olhtn (rum 11.10 BokkU triichn from i:.t i4 rlr!*rh»r,lt /tnlfrsi . DIALS ARE BEING INSTALLED on telephones in Fayetteville Another step in il le conversion to a $1,200,000 dial telephone system here at Fayetteville is being taken with the installation of dials on telephones in homes and offices. We arc taking this step now so that dial telephones will "- ready for use late this year when the complicated switching equipment has been set ,,p and tested in the new building at East and Spring Streets. When a dial has been installed on your telephone, here are two important things to remember: 1. Continue to give yoor colls to th. operator DO NOT USE THE DIAL NOW. The cord In,.*., , n «,. center of the dip) will ,.,,. ,, a remind . r p|ww ^ not remove it. 2. Please do not move th. dial whll. t,l.phon!na, ,, you may be disconnected from your party. We'll lot you know when to start using the dial. «ly«t« ShibUy, S O U T H W E S T E R N IEL1 TELEPHONE COMPANY

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