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August 15, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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2 NOOTIWBT AMAMSAS TMMI, fayMMvMt, ArlwmeB, FrMey, Awiwl 15, Itil ttMtlHimillllllimilllllllllllllllllllllHIIMIHIIIIIimil MM. KATMUIN DOZM* mUttlNNHIHniNNtllMIIIIIHIIIIIIMIIIIilllllllilllllliiiillllllMlllltllllllllllllllilli Gibson-Boydston Vows Said ·r. tod Mrs. Fred Gibson are shown following their wedding July II, (n the Church of Christ it Breckenridge, Texas. The bride Is the for- tjpcr Mix Arweldia Ann Bnydston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh 9oyditon of Breckenrldse, and Mr. Gibson Is the ion of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Gibson o( Fayettevllle. The couple Is making their home in I^mpojas, rexar, where he li issoclate minister of the Church of Christ. Sub Debs Entertain With Rush Parties : Ruthees. Barbara Shreve and Barbara Biirrett, hive been entertained by (he Sub Deb Club t pirtlei which begin lust week with · brunch it the home ol fcndri Noll, Mt. Sequoyih, ind « Chicken fry, given Siturdiy hy Vlrilnli Himmond »t her home en Winhlnfton Avenue. Tht Ilrls ind their dite* also attended the Sub Deb's dance it the Uirk Bowl Monday night from I to'It o'clock. Refreshments were ·erved it Intermission to about 00 tntmbera, rmhees and xuesls, In- Cludinc Miss Margaret Moore, who nil recently moved to Fay- ettevllle. Chaperons for the evening were Mr .ind Mrs, Emil Sonncmiin and Mr. ind Mrs. Orln W. SUpleton. Sunbeam Club Meets With Mrs. Hulse The Sunbeam Club mcl Thursday morning with Mrs. Celesta Hulse. The meeting was opened by Mrs. Corrine Spears who gave the devotion. This was follower with the poem of the month, read by Mrs. Hqlsc. Mrs. .Spears received the mystery package and game prize was won by Mrs. Judy McCormlck. It was announced that the next meeting will bn held at the home of Mrs. McCormlcU. NNIS THE MENACE ·y Ketchom «HOUU CAUTHe DOCTOR? HE WENT 7» PNJQKT WITHOUT Any FUSS'.* PRICES SLASHED on PERMANENTS Come In And Hove One Now While they last, we will give one Free Gift with each Permanent Wave. Also a Free Creme Rinse with each Shampoo and Set. % Thrao Operator* ready t* terve y»u by Appointment ·r Drep-ln · Open evening! by Appointment · th*p ·pern t *;10 «.m. for the lorly Rlten · Alr-C«iMllt:«n«d for Your Comfort · V«ra Nott is in the shop on Thursday, Friday oncf Saturday for special hair styling and cutting. LOUISE'S BEAUTY SHOP "Hair Style* for Ihe Particular Woman" Phone 742 LwiM C«ta tottHna HvtfteM V*r« Nott O»«TM»" Itylltl INGOALE, SPRI E, ARK. Miss Redding Married To Mike E. Sann Sprlngdalc-ISpedall-The Firs Methodist Church was the telling of the double ring ceremony July 18, of Mlfs Franke Redding dnushler of Mrs. Ed Gilt o Sprlngdolv, to Mike E. Sann, *on nr Mr. snd Mm. Mike Sann i Pine Bluff. The Rev. H. M. Ltwli R astor of tile church, performei ic marriage rltei before in iltar bunked with large baskets o: yellow gladioli und greener flanked, by lighted white taperi I cathedral candelabra. Mrs. R, N Shaw, organist, presented · program of nuptial music. Ed Gill escorted the bride to the alrta. She wore an imported w h i t e embroidered organdy gown over white taffeta, fashioned with long scalloped edged jacket with 'ong sleeves and a email standing ( o l l a r . A Juliet cap of seed pearlj secured her veil of French Illusion She carried a white Bible, topped w i l h a corsage of white carnations w i t h white ribbon fitreamer*. The maid of honor, Miss Eileen Dwyer of Tulsa, Okla,, was nttlrcd in white organdy over · yellow taffeta slip and carried a yellow Bladloll bouquet. Jim Heckman of Fnycttevllle w»s the best man to :he bridegroom and Louis Magrudor of Litile Rock was an usher. Following the ceremony the bride's parents entertained wilh reception at their home. The bride's table was covered with a lace cloth nnd was centered with a tiered wedding cake decoplcc with bouquets of yellow asters Assisting with the rcceplion was Miss Peggy Ann Dwyer of Okla Itoma City, who served Ihc punch and Mrs. Harold Storks of Sprlng- dnle, who serrvcd Ihe cake. Mrs Edna Nichols of Oklahoma Cily, aunt 'of the bride, was in charge of the guest book. For Ihe wedding trip the bride wore a gray shantung n u l l - w i t h white accessories and her brida' bouquet was pinned at her shoulder. After a short wedding trip the couple made their home In Tulsa. Out of town guests attending the wedding were: Mr. Lawson Patricia Lawson, Mrs. L. F. Magruder. and Mrs. Elie Catcs, all of Little Rock; Mrs. Lawrence Law;on and Mrs. Al Shurz, sisters ol the bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs W. A. Hamilton of Russellville and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Marty, Mr nnd Mrs. Richard Walden, Wayne Swofford. David Harrlll ind Mike Walker of Fayettcville. Gail Cooper Entertained On 12th Birthday Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cooper entertained at their home on Assembly Drive with a dance for their daughter, Gail, observing her 12th birthday. Refreshments of cake and ice cream were served during the evening, after which Ihe gifts were opened. Guest* Included Charlotte Waggoner, Caroline Lewis, Qail Blossom, Scotlie and Sandy Dozier, Anna Gamble, Barbara Lunsford, Belly Brooks, Ruthle Jolly, Carol Coolcy, Joan Blankcnship, Marian Phillips, Louise Guiilngcr; Nancy Barnhill, Martha Nan McKinncy, Janet Adams, Helen Graham, Sue Dunlavy, Terry Thuringer. Jimmy Burnett, Jimmy Cox, David Sladc, Joe Bissett, Joe Tom Backus, Mike Shirley, Bob Cnopcr, Klrby Fennick; Guy Brown, Jr., Ernest Borden, Ellis Trumbo, Glenn Ludwlck, Tommy Utley, Clinlon Dciring, Ronnie Woodruff, and George McConnell.' Meadow Valley Club Plans Fair Booth The Meadow Valley Club mel Wednesday with Mrs. C. E. McBride al her home on South Maxwell Drive. Mrs. John Moore wis co-hostess. There were 20 members and Uvo gucsls present. The meeting opened with the Lord's Prnycr and Mrs. Monroe Nenl gave the devotion, a thumbnail sketch of the Book of Joshua. Mrs. H. B. Maxwell read th« poem '1 Have to Live Wilh Myself." Plans for i Fair boolh were Hscusscd and i theme chosen. The State Council meeting in Septem- icr, was announced and a number of members planned to attend. i Mystery packages were drawn by Mrs. Maxwell nnd Mrs. Arthur Mart. _ ^ _ _ Combs Chapel Club Receives New Members The Tombs Chapel Club met \vith Mrs. Ami Dill on Mt. Sequoyah Wednesday evening. There were 16 members presenl and two guests. Mrs. Rowie Howard and Mrs. F.'.ving Pumphrey, were received as new members. Plans were discussed for a booth ] nt the County Fair. Mrs. William Combs was In charge of the program nn rccrenllon. Games were plnyed with prlr.es going to Mrs. Collins Starnes and Mrs. Tryon Lewis. .The mystery package was won by Mrs. Brlce Gate. The next meeting of the club will be at Ihe home of Mrs. Billlt Wllcox on September 10. Personals Sgt. First Class Cicorge J. Davis. Jr., son of Mr. «nd Mrs. George Dnvis, City Housing Projects, Fayellevllle, recently grnduateri from the Hlh Corps I.radri'i School at Camp Matsushlmi, Japan.. Davli served in Korea from July. 1!M, to February, mi, and holds thf Combat Infantryman Radge, Brr.n?.* Star, Knrcin Prnil- denllal Cltallon ind DlitlnguUh- ed Unit Citation. Ozark Artists And Craftsmen Name Officers An executive meetini of the officers ind directors of the Council of Ozark Artists and Craftsmen, was held at Lazy Acres, home of the president, Saturday to formulate plani for next yeir'i work. Plans for a permanent building to house the work of the membership of the council on Highway 71, between Fayetto- vllle and Sprlngdale, are being worked out. Programs for the year, will center around educatlnoal phases ind helps for each of the crafts. The American Educational Council of New York, of which this council li a member, offers films and books for the use of the group. Meetings are to be held the third Monday in each month and all craftsmen of this area are invited o attend. An all-d-ay meeting will )e held at Lazy Acres on Labor Day with a basket picnic to be served. Members are asked to bring samples of their work. Officers named for the year it .he July meeting are as follows: Bernard Barton of Mounlain- jurg, president; Robert Barnes, Greenland, first vice president; Alice Thornton, Slloam Springs, second vice president; Mrs. Jack Carr, Sprlngdale, third viee preii- dent; Mrs. Bernard Barton, Moun- talnburg, secretary; Mrs. Glen Will, Fayetteville, treasurer. Mrs. Lessle Reed of Fayetteville, was named a new member of the Board of Directors and reports were given on the Children's .Work Shop which has been conducted under the leadership of Robert Barnes. H was decided, upon request, to continue the workshop lor another two weeks. Bridge Club Entertains For Carlyn Clark Mrs. Jack Smitherman entertained her bridge club Wednesday evening, honoring Miss Cirlyn Clark. Miss Clark is to be married Augwt 23, to Harold Langston of Van Buren. The living room was decorated with floral arrangements of gladioli, and roses. Refreshments of cakes and punch were served to he group, including Mrs. Troy -lark, mother of the bride elect. Mils Clark received a gift of china and crystal in her chosen patterns, as i gift from the club. Announcements · Greenland Fre-Sclwol Kemrf-Uw The Greenland P.T.A. will hive a Pre-School Round-Up at the school, Tuesday at 1 p. m. Parents of children who will enter he first grade of school are asked lo iltend with their children. Smallpox vaccinations will be given at this time. hrlit's Church kadie frotram Beginning Sunday, Ihe new ime for Christ's Church radio rogram will be (mm 9:15 to 9:45 . m. The bog iron ores of Eastern .lassachusetts are, on the whole, not as good as the Swedish b o g j ares. -fluid Fabrics- Soft Lines Fall News BT GAM MJGAB. NBA Weeua'i Miter YORK -- (NBA) -- Tht iti-eta placed upon totter tt in fill fuhioiu m«ni, of COUTH, that there's a new Kftnesi In fabric!. To interpret the jotter illhou- ette, designer* have turned to totter fabrics. Thus, we'll Ke much of the chiffon woolens, either woven or knit. Thlt include* chiffon tweed, tinee tweed It always with ua in tome form, come lutumn. Similarly, tweed is developed in the fluid, readily, molded fabric called tweed jersey. Such tweeds ire equally at home in Town or country, are readily turned with the sophistication of blick velvet or black suede. Dress in tweed jersey (Ml) by Eisenberf hat full, gathered ikirt with slot hip pockeu. There't i dolman cut for the sleeve*, which are cuffed in the black velvet uted for the veitee.ind the roll coUir with deep V neckline. Wide belt i» in velvet, too. Cr.ifToii tweed is used (rl(M) by this same designer for · dretx that buttons down the front.' Dolman sleeves end just below the elbow. Soft fullness is ichieved through two loose panels with slash pockets that begin it the neckline, are belted in by black suede, and Hy out from the wiltt-' line. Bob Elliott of the Giants now ises Eddie Stinky's old numeral 2. SIGHT-SEEING "A LA CARTE" - Jackie Frost, Americin ; tourist, sees ancient Pompeii the easy way. Porters will give you an hour's "personally conducted" tour like this of Ihe famous ruin! destroyed by Uvi from the volcano Vesuvius in 79 A D lor 41 E. CENTER PHONE 21 Special Purchase Sale OUR SAME QUALITY LAST YEAR WAS 6.98 your cAofce of* dollt (A) 20" laby, latex or vinyl arms, legi. Glaiiene eyei, washable permanent-wave Saran wig. Dreiiei. (!) J6"undre«edl=tcxBaby, loll vinyl head, glatiene ileeplng eyei, ayefathtt, ca* voke, pantin. $1 holdi doll fo Dtc. 13 @ 18" Baby Girl, latex skin, toft vinyl head, gla»en* eyet, coa voice, washable Saran hair. ® li" jomUd plait* Girl, Woilf able, permanent-wave Saran wig. Clauene eyeij gitortM dretMt, 3J- IN MILLIONS 1WO 1»0 1940 1947 1949 FEWER MOOS--The outlook for the nation's milk drinkers ii ·id if the seven-year downward trend in our dairy population continues, ts.it does so far this year. According to the Agriculture Department's recent "Bossy" census there are 21,581,000 head on American farms. This total subtracted from the Milk Industry Foundation's survey figures for January, 1951, indicates » loss of almost three million milk givers. Government officials fear the feed shortage from the summer-long drought will cause an even more serious decline. Newschart above shows the steady rise in the raw population from 1900 to 194V, when the peak was reached. The June. 1*52, total Is the lowest since January, 1920. - -- Thanks, Folks, for again nominating me as tax collector I appreciate the honor of icrving you and I pledge you my very best effort in handling the duties of the office. Sincerely, Ralph Taylor 41 E. CENTER PHONE 21 Flecks of Gold A SPARKLING TOUCH FOR COTTONS Broadcloth 69 Yd. Pllssc 79 A wealth of new ideat-- gold-color enchantment in nugget-gold print CoHom. They'll add new mtrla.ue to fall wardrobei, Khool fathionj, even draperies and homo aec*uori«». Wide aitortment of exotic gold-cotereel prkiti In modemiied leaf motih and all-over afftctk Sohel KTWOtt) broadcloth f no-ironing pliue, Whrov Wetk, n«vy and many d«p tonek Waihfort. 34 to

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