Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 18, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 18, 1952
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II, 1M1 Marriage Announced MHO. KATMMN DOOM MmlMNnNMltttlMttllllllllllllllMIHIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMHIIIinilMIMMIIHIIIIIMI Daily Calendar of Events Tonight , . . ' lii Si Club, Clubroom, 7 Northwest Arkansas ]~Jdln| Club, Clubhouse, 7:30 Farnifafton Lodge, Farmlnflon Masonic Hill, 7:30 Firetuville Lodte 740, Masonic Hall, 7:30 Tuesday "· Uoo'« Club, Ferguson'!, 12 ' Klwinls Club, Washington Hotel, 12 'K*d Cron Board, council chamber, City hall Administration Bldg., 4 Sub Oeb Club, Sue Cite, 7 Naval Rtitrve Composite Unit, Kason Building, 7 3Mth Military Government Group, I12fc West Center,, 7:30 'S'porusmmt Club, Club House, 7:30 ' 0. E. S., Masonic Hall, 7:30 Garden Club Meets With Mrs. Bragg, Evaluates Gladioli Gently falling rain was one of the feature! of a meeting of the Fayettevllle Garden Club Wednesday at tht lubbrban home of Mis. P. N. Bragg, twenty members were preient. Th* hosteu 'urved breakfast, tided by her aiitotants, Mri. Dwlght Iiely and Mrs. Irene Steinu. Mri. Clint Walden, president of the club, presided at » table centered with an arrange- mtnt of gladioli In a white glasi bMktt. A feature of. the table ww an arrangement of melon t»Ut, rcwmblTng bunchej of (rapt*. In the program which followed the breakrit, Mrs. R. E. Westmeyer dimmed "What Do You Ser Whtn You Look?" Using thr Handbook for tht American Gir- dwi Clubi, Mn. 'Wntmeyer pointed out aome of the criteria for Judging different klndi of flowtn in flower shows. Th* mtmbtn participated In cvalu- ttlng some ipokei of gladioli according to thU acorecard. R. W. Bowers and ion, Gary, ntumed Saturday night from a It-day vacation at High Island Bttch, Mir Beaumont, Texas. Reception Held For Members Of Wedding Party A wedding rehearsal and reception were held Saturday night by members of the wedding party fpr Miss Pit Smith and Mr. Gene Coe, whose marriage was an event of yesterday afternoon In the Central Methodist Church. Following the rehearsal,- the reception was htld In tht home of Miss Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jimti A. Smith. Refreshments were served from I table covtred with a lace tablecloth which was made by the grandmother of the bride. The table was decorated with a miniature bride, surrounded by candles, flowers and greenery. Present it the reception were Mlu Smith; Mr. Coe; Harold Hodgson, beat man; Mrs. Marion V/aison, Jr., of Cheyenne, Wyo., matron of honor; Mils. Georgia May Newton, of Sprlngdile and Mrs. Glen McChrlstlan of Fayetteville bridesmaids; Field Wisson and David Lashley of Fayetteville, Harry Challon of Springfield, Mo., and . James Coe of Newport, ushers; Helen Marie Graham, candle llghttr; the Rev. Jack Wlne- geart, soloist; Mrs. Roy Simpson, organist; Mr, and Mrs. A. B. Coe, Belote-King Vows Pledged Mr. and Mrs. Homer King of Elklns announce the marriage of I their daughter, Frieda, to Troy ' Bclote, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vornon Belote of Buckncr, Friday afternoon, August 15, in a double ring ceremony at the home of the of- DtNNIS THE MINACI ·y Kttchant Nto,«GWTcaKI«W5rVMCrl! AU r* WW91000 rS M0«4 tMB!" _ REVIVAL Beginning Sunday, August 17 loyt* S. ttttt, Evangtllit fa»!or and tout winntr In n!n* ·f »ur tan tynodi. Farmtrly of lengviiw, Taxai, now Ifvino In Hampton, Arkaniai, will ip»ok each night. YOU hav* a iptclal Invitation to comt htlp ui In thii Hrvlvol and God will help you In rtlurn. Com* and bring ·n« with you. Everybody wilcomt. Bill Bornti, Pastor. (·nberiiMl PresbytorlM Church CORNM POUMAt AND OAKIANO W ^r parents of the bridegroom; and Mr. and Mrs. James A. Smith, parents of the bride. Larry Helms On Boxer During Fire; Not Hurt Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Helms of Ml. Comfort Road have received a who was serving aboard the Navy's WHS serving on board the Navy's carrier USS Boxer at the lime of the tin August 6, slating that he was not injured by the fire. Helms, who has btcn on d u t y with the Boxer in Kores.n waters since April, is In the carrier's electrical nnd communications division. He wrote his parents that the fire, intense from G:3j a. m. to noon, destroyed' 20 planes and killed nine men. He .added that the Boxer has "many real heroes" on hoard as proved by the fire. The Boxer now is in Yoiosuka harbor for rcpahs. Coffee Hour Presented At Veterans Hospital A coffee hour sponsored by the Harrison, Ark., Veterans of ForciRn Wars was Riven yesterday aflernoon at the Veterans Hospital here. The hour was under the direction of Mrs. Lillle M. Courtney, VAVS representntive, assisted by Mrs. Nora Mne Wnrd, Mrs. Eva A. Putnam, and Miss Betty Courtney. During the afternoon « mixed musical program was presented. The Tackett Sisters, radio singers, sang Gospel hymns, «nd Dale Clark and hia I,azy Hidors of Bprinfidalo played and sang popular music. Theater Party Held For Renee Karen Ferguson A theater party Saturday afternoon celebrated the fourth birthday of Bcnee Karen Ferguson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Ferguson. Ten children were guests. Af- [er the theater party, the group returned to th* Ferguson home, where ice cream and birthday ! cake were served and gifts were ' opened. ficiating minister, the Rev. Guy Couch of Fayelteville. ' The bride chose for her wedding a tailored gray suit with black accessories. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ward were the couple's only attendants. , Immediately after the ceremony lt|r. and Mrs. Belote left for Angleton, Texas, where they will make their- home. Mrs. Belote was graduated from Elkins High School. The bridegroom is a graduate of Fayetteville High School. H.D. Club Schedule Announced For Week Home demonstration clubs in Washington County will meet this week as follows; Today -- Goldcnrule, church house, 1:30 p. m. Tomorrow -- Morrow; Home- mikers (picnic), Harmon Play- field, 7 p. m. Wednesday -- Rhea, Mrs. John Maxwell, 2 p. m.; Salem, Com munily House, all day; Mt. Union, Mrs. A. Beverly, all day. Thursday -- Beirty, Mrs. Edith Cnwood, 2 p. m.; Braden, Mrs. G. B. Critz, 1:30 p. m.; Stony Vallev; and Valley View, Mrs. Everett Miller, l p . rtt Friday --; University HciKhts, Mrs. W. B. Jonhon, 2 p. m.; Vineyard. stone Park, Eitei Park, and Lake Louis*, and ylilted relative! In Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ferguson returned over the weekend from a vacation trip in Houston and Galveston, Texas, when they visited relatives. Among recent guests at the home of the W. M. Ritters on Assembly Drive were J. Marvin Wade of Little Rock and Mrs. El- Ian Hallberg and three children of Moline, 111. Obituary Mn. Alic* Marl* Roy Mrs. Alice Marie Ray, 76, died last night In her home at Summers, where she had lived for the past 10 years. She was born October 16, 1875, in Madison County, the daughter of Harrison and Ran Splllers. She is survived by lour daughters, Mrs. Dora Keen of Faytttt- villc, Mrs. Ocie Swahey of Tulsa, Okla., Mrs. Lola Glenn of Los Angeles, Calif., and Mrs. Hazel Benson of Springdale; four sons, Harvey Ray of Farmington., Raymond Ray of Fayetteville, Earl Ray of Summers, and Floyd Ray of Wichita, Kan.; two brothers, Wess Spillers of Cushing. Okla., and Noah Splllers of Perkins, Okla.; three sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Lewallen of Cushing, Mrs. Charlotte Guist of Fayetteville, and Mrs. Lizie Evans of Cushing; 19 grandchildren and five great- grandchildren. Funeral arrangements, undej the direction of Moore's Funeral Chapel, are incomplete. Francn Marion Stobaugh Springdale - (Special) - Francis Marlon Stobaugh, born October 1, 1858, in Bonharn, Texas, died yesterday at his home in Habberton. A retired farmer, he hat lived in the community for 83 years. Survivors are two sons, Chess of Peabody, Kan., and Alvin of Rivera, Calif.; two daughters, Mrs. Winnie Anderson of Rivera, and Mrs. Tommy TIsdale 01" Habberton; «nd six grandchildren and one great- grandchild. Funeral service will be conducted Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Mt. Vernon Baptist Church in Habberton, with burial in the Mt. Vernon cemetery. Mlw Dorcas JoMpriin* Ferguson Funeral services for Miss Dorca Josephine Ferguson, 66, who diet Thursday in the home of he brother at Habberton, were con ducted Saturday afternoon in th Tuttle School by Leery Ball, min istcr of the Church of Chrirl Burial was in the Tuttle cemetery Pallbearers were Bent Lawson Jim Clark, George Easley, Lee Danner, Claude Smith, and Kay Bishop. Boyles-Jameson Vows Said Births Mr. u Mn. WilliM Bny Mr. and Mrs. William bray of Fayetteville announce the birth of a daughter August It in County Hospital. Mr. and Mn. Cooler Worley Mr. and Mrs. Conley Worley of Elkini announce the birth of a son August 17 In County Hospital. ..Mr. and Mn. .Tthn B. Weal Mr. and Mri. John H. West of Springdale announce tht birth of a son Auguit 17 in County Hospital. Mr. and Mn. itt C. Backu Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Backus of Sprinfdale announce the birth of , a daughter August 16 in County Hospital. Personals Mrs. Charles A. Walsh, Jr., and -·hildren, Jack and Jan, of Lonokc are here visiting Mrs. Walsh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brown have returned from a trip in the West. They stopped at Yellow- On Tech Staff Announcements · Trl-PelU Alliance Thr Tri-Dclta Alliance will meet Wednesday nl 2:30 p. m. in the homo of Mrs. Loyce Ilathcock. Krd Cross Hoard The Red Cross Hoard will meet tomorrow at 4 p. m., in the council chamber at the City Administration Building. Miss Margaret Wilson, formerly of Fayetteville, has been named physical education instructor for girls at Arkansas Polytechnic College, Russojlvillc, according to nn announcement by President J. W. Hull. Miss Wilson received her R. A. and master's degree from the University, and has taught physical education in the Okmul- RCC, Okla., High School. For the past three years she has been physical education instructor in Fayetteville High School. She will begin her duties at Tech September 1. Miss Mildred Jameson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hilburn Jameson of Aurora, and Staff Sgt. James C. Bayles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion S. Bayles of Fayetteville, were married August 10 at 5 p. m. in the S e c on d Baptist Church. The Rev. N. V. Drake officiated at the double ring ceremony v/ilh only the immediate family and close friends attending. The bride wore a navy blue street length net dress over flesh colored satin. Her acces- sories wtre navy and she wore a corsage of red roses. Mrs. Joyce Ogden, sister of tht bridegroom, was matron of honor. She wore an aqua dress with white accessories and a corsage of white carnations. Serving as best man was Levon Ogden, brother-in-law of the bridegroom. A reception followed In the home of the bridegroom's partnta. Sgt. Bayles, who has spent the past four years in Germany, is now stationed in New York, where the couple will make their home.A-Adrian Photo. Parts of the Caribbean National Forest receive a rainfall of over 200 inches a year. A Pennsylvania bituminous coal mine has a subterranean belt conveyor system ZVt miles in length. There are about 35,000 plants in the United States processing milk, butter, cheese, ice cream, and other dairy products. In Engand the automobile choke In caled the 'iitrangler." Mr. and Mn. Malcolm A. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm A. Smith of Hindsville announce the birth of a son August 15 in County Hospital. Mr. and Mri. J. Virgil Ferrell Mr. and Mrs. J. Virgil Ferrell of ' Clinton announce the birth of a son August 17 in City Hospital. Mr. and Mn. Richard Wei', Mr. and Mrs. Richard West of Spring Valley announce the birth of a daughter August 16 in City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. William Bruce Harris Mr. and Mrs. William Bruce Harris of Fayetteville announce the birth of a daughter August 15 in Elizabeth Hospital. Mr. Rd Mn. Ivan Earl Tyret Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Earl Tyree o: near Prairie Grove announce the birth of a daughter August 15 in Elizabeth Hospital. Mr. and Mn. Jamie Ctlenun Mr. and Mrs. Jamie Coleman of Springdale announce the birth *i a daughter August 12 in Elizabeth Hospital. Mr. ud Mn. Charles Shaw Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shaw of Summers announce the birth of a son August 10 in Elizabeth Hospital. In England a station wagon is called an "estate car." William Owtn Marltr Rogers-(Special)-William Owen Marler. 44, until four years ago a carpenter at Garfield, died at his home in Tulsa last night. He was the son of Henry and Thena Mar ler. who survive, as do his wife Velma; three children. Charlotte Shirley and Doris; four sisters Mrs. Rita Wilson and Mrs. Ower Ross of Fresno, Calif., Mrs. Fred Morrison of Junction City, Ore. and Mrs. Roy Benbow of Garfield Funeral service will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m., at the Church of Christ in Rogers by Melvin Vaughan. Burial will be in the Roddick cemetery near Gar field, with Callison-Porter Funera Home in charge. Suffocating "Hot Flashes" stopped or strikingly r«li*v«d In 63-10%* of cQitt In docUri' ttitil · Are you folng through "ehiii.Rp of life" . , . Miflrr- tuif lhfi "hnl Hashes," nervous tension, Irritability, wrnknt'.vi And other types ol funcllmiHllv-rauird distress of this difficult (Imp? Thru . , . here's hopr for you! 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