Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 20, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 20, 1952
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MOtTHWIST A«KAHiAi TtMH. t ·'.'- 1 I AriwiMi. W«dn«d.y, Aufutf 20, 1*51 riiiimmiiiMtNHiHitlluiiiiiiiMiiililiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Society, MRS. KATHltIN OOZIBt Daily Calendar of Events N«Y»1 Reieive Electronic Company 8-8, Eason Building, 7 Kapp» Alpha Phi, 45 East Hock, 7:30' 081 lj Volunteer Air Force Reserve Tralnlnf Squadron, 7:30 Army Reserve, 11214 West Center, 1:30 Military Oror of Purple Heart, VFW Hall, 7:30 i. Oio. r., IOOF Hail, a Thursday , . . Rotary Club, Washlnjlon Hotel, 12 Shamrock Club, Mn. Uuy Plnkerton, 814 Rush Drive 2 30 Chapter S, P. E. 0., 2:30 Dee Get Club, Miss D6rU Hujhej, 6:30 Junior Assembly, Studio, 7 American Legion Auxiliary, Legion Hut, 7:30 Sildwin Commander? 4, Maionlc Hall, 7:30 Miss Brogdon Reveals Plans For Her Wedding SpVingdale-(Spedal)-Mr. and Mri. Hal Brojdon of Springdalo announce the en|a»ement of their daughter, Nena Jean, to Don PlemmAnt Hendrlx, the iton of Mrt. Bcrtah Pleirimong, also of Sprligdale. Trie wedding will be an event of Sunday, August 24, at J p. in. in the .' Caudle Avenue B a p t i s t Chufch. The JUsv. ;Roe Matthews, patt6r of the church, will perform the «remony. Mill Brpldon the wcddinj! parly personnel, which Include* Miss Peggy Jo Pendergrnft as mnld of honor.iind Llbby Ingrum, Miss Brogdon's cousin, a« flower girl. Mis. Jmie Brogdon will ploy the wedding music and will accompany Dr Preston Brogdon. Bert Hendrlckb will serve as best man, and ush- or« will be Scott Oakrt and Thoma« Edward Seth ut Tulsa. . After the ceremony a. reception will be given In the home of Mr and Mrs. Dan Ingrurn on Wcsl Erhma Avonuc. Miss Margaret Becker will have charge of the guest book, «nd Mlr.s Lnu Etta Smith and Minn Palsy Crowdcr Marriage Announced .... ....... ... . ...... ______ _ ..... ha« announced I will be dining room BEslatnnls. DENNIS THE MlNACt ·y Kttcham Miss Jo Treece Becomes Bride Of Gene B. Basden Mr. and Mrs. James Sherman Treece of Fayetlevllic announce Ihc marriage of thplr daughter, Miss Jo Treec-e, to Mr. dene B. Unsdcn, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Basden of Lincoln. The marriage was solemnized Sunaoy, J u l y 27 at .1 o'clock in ihc Central Mclh- odlsl Church. The Hev. D. L. D.yl.cs, Jr., pas- r, officiated In the double-ring ceremony before an altar banked with large baskets of white and pink gladioli and greenery, f l a n k ed by lighted while tapers in large candelabra. Miss Mlldrcil Gregg, organist, presented a program of nuptial music, consisting of Handel's "Largo," Evening Star, and Llebes- traumc. While the vows /ere exchanged die played Greig's "1 Love Thee." The Hev. Jack Wine- gearl sane "Oh Promise Me," "Because," and "Ah Sweet Mystery of Life." The bride was given In marriage by her father. Her full- length gown was of brocade satin w i t h a sweetheart necliline and f u l l - l e n g t h train, and was fashioned w i t h long sleeves. Her finger- t i p veil was of illusion. She carried a colonial bouquet of step- hanoUs and while lily petals. Tho matron of honor was Mrs. Millon G f l b r e n l h of Greenwood, sister of the hridc. ,-Jhe wore a pale green nfit over her green taffeta formal, w i l h a net cape around her shoulders, and carried colonial bouquet of orchid asters. The candle lighters, Mils Maf- jorlo Hammond and Miss Patty Pond of Fayetleville, wore gowns of orchid and yellow brgandy, similar to t h a t of the matron of honor. Paul Pills of Lincoln served the bridegroom as b e s t man. Ushers Mr. and Mn. 0. E. Roberta of oruenwood; Billy Paul Bowden of Swlfton; and Mrs. Mary Basden. grandmother ol the bridegroom, of Dalla;. Cummings Observe 43rd Anniversary With Open House Prairie Grove-fSpeciaO-M rs. Harrel Webster and Sgt. Mary Cummings held open house Monday evening in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Cummings, in celebration of Mr. ·nd Mrs. Cummings' 43rd wedding anniversary. Mrs. Cummings wore a soft fray silk dress and a corsage of white carnations as the and Mr. Cummings received the guests. I'our of Ihe bridesmaids attended the party, flowers, gifts and felegrams of congratulation were received by the Cummings. An ice course was served during the evening. Quests who called were Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Maupin, Mrs. H. W. Magruder, Mrs. Percy Cummings, Mrs. J. P. Harris, Miss Betsy Campbell, Mrs. E. H. Cook, Preslon Magruder of Fayetleville, and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Phillips of Washington, p. C. The Cummings 1 children home Tor the occasion were Dr. and Mrs. Harrell Webster of Monroe, La., Sgt. Mary Cummings of the Army Chemical Center, Maryland, and Judge and Mrs. Maupin Cum- mingj of Fayetteville. Miss McClure Weds Reece R. Howard The marriage of Miss Wllrria WcCiurc, daughter of Mr. and Urs. Horace B. 'McClure of Carlsbad, N. M., and neece R. Howard son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Howard To Be Married Miss Patsy Jeaa Durnal, daughte of Mrs. Fern Durnal of Fayett* ville, will become the bride of L A. Proctor, son «f Mr. ana Mrs Carl Proctor of Fayetteville, Sat urday at 8 p. m. in the horn* o the pastor of the Chrittian Church in Bentonville. Both thi bride-elect and Mr. Proctor at tended high school her* and Wil make their homeih Fayettevill*. Shower for Mrs. Myers Given At Thompson Home given last night in the home o Mrs. Clem Thompson for Mrs decorated the living room. P'isr- sonal gifts for the honSree were presented on and suspended ttbfn a blue and white tray. Refreshments were served by [room as b e s t man. Ushers of Fayetteville, is announced by Milton Oilbrealh of Green- I the bride's parents, wood, Billy Paul Bowden of Swif-1 The ceremony took place in the '~ ' " ' home of the bride's parents In Carlsbad, with the Rev. Sherman Oann, pastor of the Missionary Baptist Church there, officiating. The bride is a graduate of Carlsbad High School. Mr. Howard, a veteran of three and a half years In the U. S. Navy, was graduated from Fayettevitle High School. The couple will reside in Carlsbad, where Mr. Howard is an electrician. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gabriel and daughter, Billie Jo, returned yesterday from a vacation trip saent in Oklahoma City, Norman Okla.^and St. Louis, Mo. ton, and Johnny Jones and Jerry Lee Wilson, both of Lincoln. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Trcece chose a gold and white nylon dress with black accessories, and tier corsage was of pink rosebuds. Mrs. Basden wore a rose laco dress with navy accessories, and her corsage was ci white rosebuds. A f t e r the ceremony, a reception was held In Wesley Hall. The bride's tablt was covered with a lace cloth and centered with a Ihree-tiered wedding cake and a bouquet of white gladioli. Mrs. A. W. Blake presided at the punch bowl, and Mrs. Ralph Cooper served the cake. They were assisted by Miss Mary M a r t h a Diggs and Miss Lou WItson of Fayetteville. Miss Shirley Kehn of Farmington had charge of the guest book. · For her wedding trip, the bride wore a navy and pink nylon dress with navy accessories. The couple i Is now at hoihe in Lincoln until September 1, when Mr. Basden will report for active duty in the U. S. Air Force In San Antonio, Texas. Out-of-lown guests were Mrs. Pearl Dowd of Dallas, Texas; Mrs. Jimmy Wilson, Betty Gail Wilson, Charles Wilson and Rella A n n , Wilson, all or Dallas; Mr. and Mrs. j Millon Gilbreath ol Greenwood; "Monthly Pains" stopped or amazingly rclitvftel In 3 out tl 4 euiti In dettart' Hill! · Chances are you're putting up -- unnecesatitfly--with the fUncUonallt caused pains, cfanips and weak, "no sood" feelings of menstruation! n/Pt'" * ct " al '"sU by doctflra, Lydla Plnkham's Compound broutht cem- plete or itrftm; relief from aUch distress In 3 out of t of the cues I ^t^M^f ni^^tt^SS, " lth U SfS lr ° n - 6 " «-l«««i th"u»TM ie. month--it doesn't alve fHlef ffom pie blench*, jtttin--neib i6u iSf! better He/ore ,rid tutln jmlr"MM! M ^r~!f W ""rterlrom functlfinhl "h6t n«hei" of "chiniie 6t life." fht ot( hdu Winer/ill Ftttltl,,m'l 1, Jorthmt. loo" . ·terlnt e«tttrfteil»Ni the hoatcu, aaaisted by Mrs. WU- of Kansas City wu · Iptclal guest lUrn riUgibbon. Mrs. Clem Myers | at the party. 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