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August 16, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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NORTKWffT ARKANSAS TMWS, Society, m MRS. KATHUM DOZst* HiiiiirHHiimiii.tmtiiiiiiMiiiiiMiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiii.imiiHHimHtHHiiiiiiiiian Daily Calendar of Events George-Murphy Vows Said Monday . . . HI SI Club, Clubroom, 7 Northwest Arkansas lading Club, Clubhouse, 7:30 Farmington Lodge, Farmington Masonic Hall, 7:30 Fayetteville Lodge 740, Masonic Hall, 7:30 THIS'N'THAT f ABOUT TOWN KATHLEEN DOZIER On the heels of the Savings and Loan Seminar this week, there comes the Arkansas Bankers Seminar which for the wives of the group, begins Monday , morning at the University. There are about 40 ex- i pected. They will attend a coffee to be in the Fine · Arts Center, where works of the art stuents will be · displayed and David Durst will explain modern art. Also on the program for the ladies is a luncheon to ' be held Wednesday at the Country Club, with music provided by Gladys Sonneman, during the luncheon hour. A book review will follow, "The"Love Letters of ,, Mark Twain," to be given by Mary Louise Henbest. ; : Those in charge are co-chairmen, Jewel Harris and r ' Fannie Dowel), and on the committee are Genevieve I) Wesson, Gertrude Lewis, Neil Kays, Bess Dulan, all of Fayetteville, Mrs. Shelby Ford and Mrs. Lee , Sanders of Springdale, and Mrs. Delford Rieff of · Prairie Grove. Mrs. David Stephen George Assemblies of the Order of Rainbow for Girls both Fayetteville and Springdale, are entertaininc with a full schedule today and tonight for the granc worthy advisor of the state, Miss Marian Sacrey ol Russellville. A tea is being given this afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock at the home of Gay Warren in Springdale, and afterwards the girls will go to Ferguson's for a banquet at 6:30 o'clock. This is to be followed by a meeting in the Masonic Hall at 8 o'clock and entertainment and refreshments in the Civic Clubrooms at 10 o'clock. Helen (Mrs. Frank) Proctor is expected to arrive today by plane from Atlanta, Ga., to visit her mother, Ruth White, for 10 days. While here she will stay at the Chi Omega house ... The John Scotts and daughter, Kathryn, of Lincoln, Neb., while vacationing in the Ozarks, stopped overnight here Wednesday with Gladys and Emil Sonneman, Mrs. Scott is the niece of W. F. Sonneman. . . . Capt. Lawerence L. Brown, Jr., who is stationed at Griffiss Air Force Base, Rome, N. Y., spent Wednesday night here with his parents, the L, L. Browne, Srs. . . . Dr. Edwin Butler, his wife and children, Susan, Edwin, Jr., and Marian, of Natchez, Miss., arrived today to stay a few days with his brother, Dr. Harrison Butler, and family. Returning with them from Natchez, is Harrison, Jr., who has been visiting there about five weeks. . . . Bobby and "Honey" Hudgens of Tulsa, who were here between orchestra and TV engagements visiting with his brother-in-law and sister, the Harvey Joyces, have returned home. The Hudgens have their own orchestras and ."Honey" is known for her TV program. . . . The C. A. Skillerns hove returned to Amarillo, after a few days with his parents and with friends. Mary Elian was entertained at several parties during their stay. . . . Doris Fleming of Urbana, III., who has been visiting her parents in Fort Smith, was up this week visiting with brother, Joe Fleming, and family and friends. . . . Coralyn and Alex Stirewalt and children are here from Turrell, visiting her mother and and her father, Wiley McNair, who is confined at home because of a broken ankle. Miss Murphy Is Married In Candlelight Ceremony Mrs. Lloyd Gate and daughter, "Sug," Mrs. Olive King, and Sue Yoe are spending a two-week vacation in Denver and Colorado Springs. . . . Sylvia McRoy, who has been oh a trip in the East, returned this week with son, Jimmy, who has been in Chicago. . . . Helen and Wes Garden with daughter, Nancy, have gone to take Helen's sister, Virginia Hawkinson, and baby daughter, Ann, and her mother, Mrs. Griffey, to McPherson, Kan., Virginia's home. From there they .will go on to Hill City, to meet Wes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gordon, and all go to Estes Park for a vacation The Hugh Kincaids and W. C. Whitfields with their families have returned from a vacation at Lake Hamilton. . . . The R. D. Goffs are home from a three-week's trip through Northern New Mexico and Colorado. They also went to Yellowstone Park and to the Black Hills in South Dakota. They were accompanied by the A. E. Warmacks of Idobel, Okla., who have also returned home. . . . Ahda and Rex Smith are in Little Rock where he is attending the Leader's Roundtable of the Arkansas Association of Life Underwriters. They should be home tomorrow morning. . . . John Barnhill is expected home either tonight or tomorrow, from Chicago, where he and Allen Berry of Little Rock attended the All Star-Pro football game. Marie Edlin Honored At Linen Shower Mn. 1. D. lagle waa hostess Thursday afternoon at a linen shower, complimenting Miss Marl* Idlln, bride-elect ot William Bolt of Texarkana. Guests were Aelchbors ot the Edlins and Mri. JagJe. Miss Janle Miller and Mrs. \nnaj Edlin, mother of the hon- ·ec. Garden flowers w e r e ' i i l e d roughout the house for deeora- ·m nnd Included a Jardiniere of pink surprise lilies from the garden of Mrs. O. C. Lthn. Refreshments of cake and punch were served to the 18 guests by Mrs. Eagle. Mlsa Edlin's wedding will be held August 30, at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Emcee Club Members Entertained At Party A special get-acquainted party waa given for The Emcee Club by Mr, and Mrs. Haskell Utley, on the lawn of their home, Thursday night. About 40 persons attended the watermelon feast and took part In the social hour which followed. In a candlelight service performed Thursday evening in the First Presbyterian Church, Miss Betty Murphy became the bride of David Stephen George. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene G. Murphy, and Mr. George is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Grover C. George. The double ring ceremony was performed by Dr. James \V. Butler, Jr., minister of the church. The altar decorations were baskets of white gladioli with huckleberry and lern trees and branched candelabra holding tall white tapers. Miss Lois Giles, orjranist, played a program of nuptial music, including the traditional wedding marches, and accompanied Miss Kaye Thompson, who sang "0 Promise Me" and "Because." The bride, given in marriage by ler father, wore a ballerina length gown of white imported Swiss organdy, fashioned with an em- aroidered bodice featuring a scalloped yoke which gave an off- .he-shoulder effect. The bouffant skirt had a wide scalloped hem-| ine matching the embroidered odice. Her.waist length veil nf llusion fell from a small white il- usion cap, embroidered with white seed-pearl orange blossoms. She carried a semi-cascade bouquet of Amazonia lillies, while satin streamers and loops of pearls. Mrs. Donald E. Parks of Prairie rove, matron of honor, wore a allarina length frock of white organdy, styled v/ith short off- the-shoulder puffed sleeves, fitted bodice and scalloped hemline. This was worn over pastel pink taffeta with underskirt of crinoline. Her half-hat was of^ white taffeta which was d-rapTa in the back with two" folds of white net adprned with tiny pink asters and ivy. She wore wrist length mitts of white organdy and carried a crescent bouquet of pink asters with pink satin petals and ivy. Bridesmaids, Miss Donna Jo Greer and Miss Nancy Chamblee, wore identical dresses over lime green, and carried bouquets of green asters and ivy. Mrs. Murphy chose for her daughter's wedding a floor length gown 'of powder Hue with a bodice of lace and matching lace panel down the side of the skirt. She wore a band of blue about her head which was sprinkled with miniature pink garlands, and her flowers were pink asters. Mrs. George, mother of the bridegroom, wore a slate blue gown, with which she wore a small pink floral hat. Ed-ward George, brother of the bridegroom, served RR best man and ushers were Don Trumbo, Jr., Tommy Chaffin, R. T. Edwards, Dwight Mix and Bob Patrick.. The' reception which followed, was held- in the church parlor. In the receiving line were the bride and bridegroom, their mother?, the matron of honor and Lhe bridesmaids. The refreshment table was covered with a white net cloth over shell pink and- caught at the corners with large white net bows which held single blooms ol white gladioli. The three tiered wedding :akc, placed on a mirrored plateau, was lopped with a spray of stephonitis. Shell pink blossoms decorated the tiers and encircling the miror were clematis streamers and tuber roses. Baskets of asters and tuber roses were used throughout the room. Mrs. Preston Woodruff was in charge of the reception with Mrs. 0. H. Gamble and Mrs. Don Trumbo receiving at the door. Other who assisted were Mrs. Lonnle Hall, Wilt Ruth Bogf s, Mrs. Man- )ln Cummlngs, Mrs. Harry Shulu, Mrs. Van Hov,i!l, Mn. T.ui Heur- wagen, Mrs. J. W. Butler, Jr., Mrs. frank Gordon, Mrs. Clarence Young, Mrs. Bill Cain. Miss Susanna Handy, Miss Pulsy Thompson, Miss Sue Cooper. Miss Mary Gamble. Mrs. Jo Ann Stanbury, Mary Sue Wade, Barbara Wester, Lois Jean Smith, Monte Roberts and Jean Ann Stewart. Leaving on a wedding trip immediately afterward, the bride wore a melon colored dressmaker suit, the blouse of which was white. Her accessories were of white and she wore the Amazonia lily from her wedd-ing bouquet as a corsage. On their return, the couple will make, their home in Fayetteville, where he will be a senior in the University. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hink and Charles Collier of Van Buren; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Murphy, Mrs. Joe Murphy, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Clark of Springdale; Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Hink of Bentonvillc. Miss Ann Dameron of New York City; Mrs. Ralph Adams and daughter, Nancy Lee, of Baxter Springs, Kan.; Mrs. Ray Roberts and daughter, Betty Lou, of Green Forest; Mrs. J. H. Ragland of Tulsa, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Caudle, who have been to.market and seeing some of the ball games in St. Louis, Mo., returned home yes- lerday. I Six Guests Attend VA Distaffers Meeting Mrs. William Fink ind Mrs. Raymond Henly were hostesses Thursday night in the VA Nurses Home. Winner! it Bridge «nd canasta were Mrs. James Rurris and Mrs. Rosebud Savage. A dessert course was served during the evening to members and guests, Mrs. Thurl Copeland, Mrs. Walter Kearney, Mrs. Roland Reed, Mrs. Warren Corwln, Mrs. Charles Ford of Cincinnati Ohio, and Mrs. Margaret Daniels St. Louis, Mo. Bridal Shower Honors Mrs. Roy Howard A wedding shower honoring Mrs. Roy Howard, the former Miss Pauline Ball, was given Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Leo Ball of Johnson. White wedding bells decorated the chandelier, from which pink streamers led to the table. Gifts were placed on the table, covered with a crocheted cloth, a gift of the bride's mother. ' Refreshments of cake and punch and coffee were served to the following guests: Mrs. Orge Neal, grandmother of the bride. Bcrnlce Clark, Annie Counts, Maxine Shumate, Joanne Smith, Mildred Cassat, Roberta Williams, Pearl Ball, Nadine Ball, Cora Bookout, Mildred Bailey, Ida Mae Luper, Hazel White, Gladys Divens, Lucy Ball; Mrs. J. R. Cox, Mrs. Wayne Harrlman, Mrs. Roy Hughes. Mrs. Earl Wise, Mrs. Charlie Ball and Wrs, H. C. Harriman, Lois Cordcs, Barbara Westbrook, Alice Daniels, landsy Strange, Mrs. Monroe Neal. Party Compliments Vtrs; Louis Morton Prairie Grove - (Special) - Mrs. Charles McNair entertained a^ a irldge-luncheon at her home Wednesday for Mrs. Louis Moron who sails soon to join her husband Capt. Morton in Germany. Guests were Mrs. Prentice 'ames, Mrs. Marshall Whltfleld, Mrs. Robert Bogart, Jr., Mrs. Waler Ricketts, Miss Carlyn Clark, 11 of Fayettcville, Mrs. Ken Por- er. Mrs. Douglas Manning, Mrs. 'aul Jones, Miss Betty Villlnes, Ars. Abbott Johnson, Mrs. Layon McCoy, Mrs. Calvin Bain, Mrs. Ken Marvin, and Mrs. Willrd Brooks. Marriage Announced Sob's Photo. Mrs. Don Dyer Dyer-Morse Wedding Held At Wiggans Methodist Miss Sclma Patricia Morse, end of each streamer was a split daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sclmar I carnation. Announcements · Washington Lod,, No. 1 Washington Lodge, Number I, /ill meet Monday evening at 7:30 i'clock for work in the Fellow- raft degree. All Fcllov.-crafl and Master Masons are invited. Vorthwest Arkansas RMInr Club The Northwest Arkansas Hiding Club will meet in the club house very third Monday month at 7:30 D. m. of each E. Morse, Don Dyer, son of Mr. nd Mrs. Aut Dyer, were married in a 2 o'clock ceremony on Sunday attention at the Wiggins Memorial Methodist Church. The Rev. Arnold' .Simpson read the marriage vows before nil nltnr decorated with white gladtolia greenery. White candles burned in seven branched randalabra Aisle'pcv.'s v/pri? marked with large satin bows and huckleberry As the wedding jfitcils assembled. Mrs. Quince Dowoll played program of wedding music and Mrs. Hilma Taylor, matron of Mrs. J o y z e l l e bridesmaid were accompanied Miss Myrlllln Dorman, who sane "Because" and "I Love You Truly." The bride was accompanied to tile altar by her father, who nave her in marriage. She wore a gown of white slipper satin and lace The gown featured n fitted bodice with a very f u l l skirt which fel into a f u l l train. The long sleeves came to points over the hands The veil of tulle and lace was fastened to a llara of orange blossoms. She carried a small white Bible topped with n single orchid, tied will) satin streamers. On the Parties Compliment Brides-Elect li* honor, and Seaboch, the dressed in blue taffeta gowns v.'lth the necklines fashioned a f t e r tbat of the bride's. Each wore a matching half hat and mitts and carried a nose s«y of blue carnations. Attending the bridegroom were Nell] McConneJI nnd ,!oe Smith, Ushers were Joe Smith and Jack Guinn. The bride's mother was dressed in pink lace with navy accessories. She wore an orchid at her shoulder. The groom's mother wore navy sheer with white anil on orchid. A reception was held at the bride's home immediately following the ceremony. The bridal party and the couple's mothers received guests in the living room. The house was decorated with gladioli. The bride's table was covered with a bund made lace cloth and the centerpiece was an arrangement of blue and white asters In a crystal bowl. The three-tiered wedding cake was topped by miniature bride and groom and was placed on a snlrroced pMtejav- enclrcM with small fttaiM flet- ets. Mist SIM Gtitan WM to cftani of ihe guest book. Mra KessMtn D. Sutruntr served tftaf- wedding cake and MiJJ Haul Kelly preeld. td at the punch bowl Mia Baata Bond misted In the serving. For travel the bride won · · pink lace drew. Her those wen of white nylon meah and navy straw. She wore a.imall pink straw hat The orchid from her bridal bouquet was worn aa a eorsafe. Mr. and Mrs, Dyer left for · wedding trip to Colorado Springs. Out of town guests included: Mr. and Mrs. H. B. MeCabe, Mountalnburg; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Weldon and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Feldon of Van fiuren; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morse, Mrs. Martha Bell Hatley and Miss Wanda LOU Hatley, all of Dyer; Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Morse, Goodman, Mils. Miss Mildred Morse, Lecfville, i.; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Summers, Fort Smith; Mrs. Carl Watson, Mr. and Mis. Clark Walker and Miss Joe Ilia Wataon cf Springdale; Mr. and Mrs. Mack Officer, Huntsvllle. Dessert Bridge 3iven For larlyn Clark · Mrs. Host Antes and Mr». Guy Rogers entertained last night with a dewiert bridle at the Ame* liome, in honor of Miss Cvlyn Clark, bride-elect of Harold jangston of Van Buren. ' ' . Refreshments were served from lace covered table, centered with bowl of pastel abided flowers hlch was encircled with whit* ·pen and satlu streamers lairing to the place cards. Cake waa erved by Mrs. Troy Clark, nother of the honoree. Miss Clark received glfta * of nen from the fuents, including ne out of town fuest, Mrs. Kenneth McCormick, of Selllaaw, Okla. Prizes for the evening were won by Mrs. Exine Page, Miss Clark and Mrs. Prentice James. Hubbard-Garner Engagement Told Rogers, Ark. . (Special) - Mr. and Mrs. Dee Hubbard, SUawn Springs, announce the enfiie- ment and approaching marriage of their daughter, Rosemary Helen, to Jack Garner, ion of Mr. and' Mrs. Hubert Garner of Rogers. Miss Hubbard, a graduate of Slloam Springs High School, it- tended Harding College the last . two years. Mr. Garner, a graduate of Rogers High School, also sttended Harding College. He served two yeart In World War II, overseas with the Air Farce. He is now associated With his father In a Rogers grocery. The wedding date has been set " for early fall. The Webb Williams hav- r«- turned from a week ta SU Loula, , Mo., where they attended the Mil ! games and summer operas. DENNIS THE MENACE the above photo, seated (center), before the gift table in the miscellaneous shower and dessert bridge WfMSf given for her Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. A. O. Spaulding and Mrs. \j£ Joel Smith, right). She was assisted In opening her gifts by her sister, Mrs. Prentice James, (sealed left, and her mother, (seated right). Miss Ciark's wedding will be an event of August 23. Another party In a scries was that given by Marion Wasson, Sr., Mrs. Wasson, Jr., nnd Mrs. F. E. Delzell for Miss Pat Smith, bride-elect. This was a crystal shower and canasta party at the Wasson home Thursday evening. Shown standing at % the refreshmbent table photo), from left to right are Mrs. Marion Wasson, Jr., i.!r f . James A. Smith, Mrs. Marlon Wasson, Sr., Miss Smith, Miss Georgia Mae Nrwton of Springdale, and Mrs. Ernest SUnbeiry.--Pusk« (Times, j frW). Glassware ; Fine China Gifts i Housewares Catering to the Bride tnd Hotatwift LEWIS BROS. CO.

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