Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 19, 1952 · Page 2
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August 19, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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l-~NOKTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMtS, hiy.H.vilU, Arkomm, Tu«»eiay, Auguit 19, 1752 M t f t l t l l l l l l l i n i l l l l l M I I I I I I M M I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i m i l l J I I I I I I I I I I M I I I I I I I I I I I I Society MRS. KATHLEEN DOZIER \ i i i i t i n i l i u i i i i n i i i i i i i i i n i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i M i i i i i i i i i i i i · Daily Calendar of Events Blouse Buddies Look-AIikes in News Tonight . . . Sub JJpbtluh. SMC (.ale-, 7 -N'ayal Reserve Cnm;»OMtP U n i t . Ivison R u i l r l i l i c . 7 :ioih Military Government Cirnup, 11211 West Center., 7:30 bpor'.Emcns Ciub, Club Hntis-e, V:.in 0. K. S , Ma.ir.nir H a l l , 7:M Wednesday . . . ilxchanfre Club, Fersuson'ii, 12 Tri-Dcllo Alliance. Mr., l.oyre l l a t h i - n r k . ·.:" Kavat .Resole U o i t r o n i c t'ompHiiy (I-B, fca'.on liuildms. 7 Kappt Alplie Thi, 4S Kasl Ruck, 1:30 limi Volunteer A i r r'oiTR Reserve T r a i n i n g Squadron, 7:3n Army Rcfirvr. Ml'i West Center. 7:30 M i l i l u r y Orrt* 1 !- of Puiplr Heart. VKW H a l l , 7:30 I. 0. O". K.. 1OUK H:i!l. B Miss Mina Marshall Hostess At Picnic For Wesleyan Guild The Pearl McCnln end Nellie Dyer units of the Weslcynn Service Guild of the Centra! Methodist Church met at the home of Miss Mln« Marshall on Mt. Sequoynh last evening lor their a n n u a l picnic. Dinner was served on the lawn by the hostesses. Grar** Strain, Elizabeth Heffclfingor, .lane Roberts, and Mlna Marshall, to approximately 40 members and visitors. A short meeting \van opened w i t h a devotional presented by Betty Letzig, rieaconneris of the Favellevllle district nf the North Arkansas Conference. Announcements were made t h a t the September meeting of the Pe.url McCain unit will be held at the home of Huth Cowan. «33 Storer Sired, and that nf the Nellie Dyer u n i t Bt the home of Lucille Foilctl, 119 Boles Street. The mfcllnR closed w i t h praver led by Mrs. J. K. Crltz Miss White To Marry Bontonvllle - (Special) - Mr. and ind Mrs. Cleo White of Route 2; Rogers, announce the cnfi(ement · nd approaching marriage of their daughter, Janette, to Cpl. James R. White, son of Mr. and Mr«. John White of Route 1, Lowell. The bride-elect wil enroll In Sentember ns a senior in Bonlon- vllle High School. Corporal White, a graduate of high school in Carter, Okln., is stationed at Fort Bennlng, Ga. The wedding Is scheduled '/or next June. Miss Clark Is Coffee Honoree A coffer. 1 , honoring Miss Carlyn Clark, was Riven Saturday morn- Ing from 10 to 12 o'clock at Ferguson's. Hostesfies were Mrs. Marshal] W h i t f l e l d and Mrs. Bill I Hqfnrichs, who presented the { 1 honoree with a gi/t of her select- ' cd sterling pattern and a corsage ! for the occasion. A mirrored plateau centered the table, on which wag it miniature slceplcd church with bride anil ftroom. The church WHS pl;i(;erl w i t h i n a semi-circle of small bliJp ', baskets iillcd with pink asters. ! The mirror was ciiuirclcd with blue satin ribbon and f u f f l i n g . I Special guests wern Mis. Trnv | C l a r k , mother of the Jmnorci?. rind her sister, Mrs, Prenllcc James. Engagement Announced Hen Ion vi H e - ( S p e c i a l ) - M r . ;md Mrs, Otis Clanton of B c n t n n v i l l e announce the cnniifiemcril ;mrl np- proachinfi marriage of their d a u g h t e r , Joan, to Troy AliiKind. son of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. A l m a n d of Tucimicari. N. M. Miss Clanton «nd Mr. Alm.ind arc IDS'2 graduates of Bontonvillo Hlsh School. The wedding will tnke place around September I. Barbecue Given For Employes Of Fairway Employe 1 ? of the Fairway Grocery nml their guests attended a barbecue Thursday night at the Kdward Brooks home on Lakeside Drive. Hosts were Kdward Brooks and Fred Brooks, owners of the store. Games were pla.ved in the playroom, and the h.irheclle i was held outdoors. About 35 per- ; sons were present. Personals Mis. Emily Young of Yakima, Wash., left Friday lor Albany, Oa.. to visit her brother and sls- ter-in-ia'". Mr. and Mrs. J. Edwin Ward a f t e r visiting her sister, Mrs. Olive Brashears of Delaney for the past month. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Tucker of O k l a h o m a City are spending vacation at Bella Visla. leave here Friday to jo to Tulsa to take i plane to New York City, where they will attend the ni- tional American Legion convention next week. They will return ] by way of Chicago where they i -.ill a t t e n d the National Society of Public Accountants convention, and w i l l he back in Fayettevillc August 29. While in the East they 1 will visit their son-in-law an,d dauchter, l.icut. and Mrs. Link Luckel'. I . i e u l e n a n t Luckctt is with tht Army at Fort Monmoulh. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Conine had s guests Sunday and Monday Mr. and Mrs. David Sacrey and ! daughter, Marian, of Russellville. Mrs. Jack Byroads and son, A.rhtnn. have returned home from a trip through Ohio. North Carolina, to Washington, D. C., and other points. Mrs. Pearl Walpole Black and daughter, Mrs. nay Bidwell of Paris, Texas, and Santa Monica, Calif., spent a few days here en route to North Carolina, where Mrs. Bichvell will attend college. Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Miles of l.onoke and Mrs. Grady Richardson of Birmingham, Ala., have returned to Lonoke a f t e r visiting here wi'.h Mrs. Gertrude 'Miles and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lewis and family. Dr. Robert Morris and his sister. Miss Elizabeth Morris, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Houston Payne in Fort Worth, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry LeMarr will BV CAILE DUQA5. NBA Woman's ' N E W Y O R K -- ( N E A ) -- I n t h e first days of fall, cotton blouses with an autumn look are welcome In nearly any wardrobe. In a u t u m n a l colors, expertly tailored and given the additional attraction of being commercially laundcrable, such blouses are real stand by s. They are equnlly available for both children and adults so t h a t the small student can. If she likes, have a bloi'sc much like the one her teacher wears. And they're done in fashion-right color com- % GALLON Vanilti Ice Cream 63c H«ltand Bret, lacker Woirt binations such a« toast and gray.j yellow and charcoal, red and gray on a white background or blue'and I gray. The cotton it a flne, woven broadcloth. From the new Ship V Shore ] collection, the little girl (left)j wears a three-toned blue checked! blouse with a convertible collar! and action-back pleats. . Her teacher (rifhl) wears a yel-i low-and-charcoal sray plaid blouse; with large buttoned pocket and action-back pleats. Both blouses are budget-priced. FO* DELICIOUS fMJKUt *r HOHt r PLANTATION \BAJtBECUE5AliCE Outdoor Flatter NOW ON SALE rOUHFMO GROCER DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketcham Free Inspection Any Make Radio Repairs Radio Service Center Authorized Philco and G.E. Service Rear of Lewis Bros. Inc., on Center St. Mrs. W a l t e r E. Brooks of Greenland was in Arkadelphia Thursday, Friday and Saturday as a member of the Program Committee at the Arkansas Education As- iociation's committee work con- I Terence. Ordinarily the number of electrons and protons in an atom aire equal, the positive and negative charges balance, and the whoie atom is electrically neutral The majority of watermelons ! consumed in the United Staies ! reach the market in late spring and I early summer. Camels were imported comnier- j cially to America for the first time in 1856--34 animals sent to I Indianola, Texas- Genuine Certifitd Rebuilt Maytag V/ashtn tear this seal . . . vm/r insurance of skilled workmanship and genuine Maytag parts. Rebuilt-Guaranteed-Low as $ 49 50 Think of it! Now you can own a famou6 Maytag for so little ... if you act quickly. We're displaying a limited stock of genuine Maytags .;;' all in perfect condition. All are priced sensationally low ..;' all are completely rebuilt to meet rigid factory spccifica: tioits, with only genuine Mayfag parts. We consider these' waihers to be the finest values you'll find anywhere. You can be sure that each one will give you years of dependable service. Each is backed by a written guarantee. Convenient terms available. Come in today and select yours now while there's a choice! Cy Carney Appliance Co. ''Depend On Us For Service" SOUTH SIDE SQUARE P H ONE 1728 I'OONT YOU SHUSH Ate.YDUNO MAN .'THIS IS MV BOND AND MY FISH, AND HI TALK A3 UXID K 1 PLEASE/' You're Invited IM:\IH\ WASHER AND DRYER DEMONSTRATION at Our Store Thursday, Aug. 21 l^lTi'JS;.": FREE Door Prizes General Electric Clock -- Bor-B-Cu* Set FREE CloriMt Dampening Bag for Everyone Attending Lewis Bros. Co., Inc. -- Furniture -- Appliance! COOL WEATHER is J u st around the corner! PURCHASI NOW AND SAVE BEAT THE FALL RUSH GAS HEATING EQUIPMENT SALE CIRCULATOKS · CONVERSION BURNERS · UNIT HEATERS CENTRAL FURNACES LIBERAL TERMS FIRST PAYMENT DUE OCT. I 10% \A

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