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August 22, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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tr--MOtlHKngT AtKAHUt TIMM, F«y«*»«l., Ar*«*«i. WJoy, *«,,,* M , ,,,, __ |HIMIIHHI1HHIHIIIHHIMimiMMIIMI||HMMIIIIMI|||| Sturdivant-Robinson Vows Read Jn Church Ceremony MtS. KATHUIN OOZIH NMIMIIimiHiMminiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiliiHMiiiiiiiiiiiiiHi , · Daily Calendar of Events ynight . , . 3M Sunday School Cla» picnic, Wilt Carter home, 7 j Homo Demonstration Club picnic, Lake Wcdlngton, 7:3u V:jr. W. Auxiliary Open House, Civic Culbrooms, 7:30 PEx-Stonecipher Are Pledged licferi, Ark.-(Special)-Mr. and Mihj. B. T. Stonedpher announce th* marriage of their daughter, Wtpons. .to Kichnrd Hlx, son ol Me,,, and Mrs. H. E. Hix, as an pt of Saturday evening, Aug- ..f.- wedding ceremony -vas rcM by the liev. Don Davle. paste*! of Chrlst'i Church, in the hofoo of the bride's twin ulster, M£JI, Stanley Stephens, and Mr. Stijphens in Rogers. A few close frl*hds ond relatives of the couple attended the wedding. Recordings of the service wcr made by the bride's niece, Mis Jein Stoneciphcr, of Ardmoro OBI. Mendelssohn's Wcddin Mjifch, "To Think You've Chosii M*j!" and "Our Wallz," were usct IhjSfcjghoul the service. The bride wol* a navy blue crepe utrcet length drew. Flame rosebud 'ojjjhcd her corsage. Her matron ofSfconor, Mrs. Stephens, wore a *r»J llncntdroM and a red carna- tldB corsage. Mr. Stephens served aciSeit man. AJ a reception which followed th» ceremony, Mrs. Doyce Spray Paris Valley, Okla,, and Mr'i Floyd Kerni of Rogers served the punch and wedding cake. |fr. and Mrs. Hlx will liv* at Pauls Valley. Severn Club Quilts I rf Community House The Salem Home Demonstration Clot met in the Community Houie Wednesday, Hosteiies were Mn. Llfllt Wholford and Mrs. Ima Mae LuJJer. the group quilled most of the dajr; The meeting. Vas 'called to orMr at 1 o'clock and was opened witti group singing led by Linda Luptr. Prayer was by Mrs. Jack Jertnlngs. and Mrs. Wohlford far,* the devotional. Mrs. Mar- fahrt Brownfleld, county H. D. «gfnt, tested eooker gnugcs. Open House Held To Honor Dobinions Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Doblnson and two children, who Jive in England and are in this country this summer while he leaches nt the University, were guests at an "open house" last night at the home of Mrs. Ella B. Hurst. About SO guests called. Hostesses were Mrs. Mabel Crockett, Mlfis Mary Davis, Mrs. Delia Anderson nnd Miss Nadine Grain, summer .school students who reside with Mrs Hunt. Operating Room Nurses Of Area Hold Meeting The Northwest Arkansas Operating Room Nurses Association ' held Its monthly meeting \Verincs- day night in the County Hospital. A film concerning surgical suture was shown. The association has been organized recently. A dinner is planned for the next meeting, to be held next month in Rogers. Nursei attending were Miss Irene Crlgger, Miss Betty Robinson, Mrs. Virginia Howard, Mrs. Dorothy Ccctlc, Miss Mary Zcig. Miss Gertrude Orosshucsch, and Miss Mary Lou Dlxon. Dinner Honors Family Of Mrs. Clyde Cavin Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cavin of Route 2, Prairie Grove gave a dinner in honor of Mrs. 'Cuvln'a sisters and brothers Sunday, Aug- usl 17. It was the first time In 13 years the staters and brothers had icen together. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Carpenter and f a m i l y of 'Indlay, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. iruce Fallen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clorn Doss and family, Mr. nd Mm. Charles Hunt and fam- y, Mr. and Mr«. Kenneth Christian and family, all of Faycltc- ille; Mr. and Mrs . Elmer Hunt nd family, Greenland. Another rother, Ben Hunt, is in the Nav nd was not present. C-R.R-RUNCH! DINNIS THi MENACI Miss Peggy 'Sue' Sturdivant. daughter of Mrs.'Opal Sturdivant of Fayetlcvlllc, became the bride of Pfc. Neil Robinson nl a ceremony performed Sunday morning, August 3, at 8:30 o'clock in the Second Baptist Church. The Rev. Normnn Drnke, paste of the church, performed the cere mony. Mrs. Paul Smith, organis presented traditional wcddin music and accompanied Gene Lay man, who sang "Because." The bride wore a summer su of white. She carried a white Bi :ile and a corsage of red rosebud Mrs. W. B. Colvard was matron o honor, and W. B. Colvard serve the bridegroom as best man. For her daughter's wedding Mrs Sturrtlvnm chose navy blue line ond wore n corsage of white car nations. Mrs. Robinson, mother o the bridegroom, chose green taf feta. Her corsnge was of whit carnations. Mrs. .Sturdivant was hostess a a reception in her home Dflcr th ceremony. A tiered wedding cake centered the tnhlc. A f l r a short wedding trip In Southern Missouri, the bridegroom w i l l report back to Bnrksdale Air Force Base, where he is .stationed The bride will remain here untl (he fall, u-hcn she will join him at Shreveport, l.a. Valley View Club Gives Shower For Mrs. Molder The V.-illcy View Home Demonstration Club met yesterday In the home of Mrs. Everett Miller. The assistant H.D. agent gave a demonstration on pressing woolen rubrics. Nine members and a gucsl, Mrs. Bekcr, were present. Plans were made for n booth at the county f a i r and for making qicilts for the members of the :lub. The mystery package was won by Mrs. S. W. Guist, nnd a pirk ;ind blue shower was given i:i honor of Mrs. Robert Molder. A specbl business meeting will he held In the Miller home September 12. The next repilar meeting will ho held in the home of Mrs. Ruby Tucker September IB. ¥.-^: v r*v.'-, r??Wf5Ep==5'?a;ct i^*m^?mm has accepted a job with the federal government. The Hoslelters have sold their home to the C. L. Neud- llngs. HAS HER BABY 8.000 FEET OVER THE ATLANTIC Guests in the Harry Brown home this week were Mr. Brown's brothers and mlers-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brown, of Kansas ' Cily; and his sisters, Mrs. Mabel Hodges and son, Donnlc, of Rc- dondo Beach. Calif., and Mrs. Albert Dale and son, Harry, of Als- mogordo, N. M. Announcements Daughlen of American Colonists The Daughters of the American Colonists will moet Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Norman Payne. Mrs. Arthur lirov.n, state regent, will .speak. It has been estimated that peo- :ile with grade school educations know from 25.000 to .15.000 words, with many colleqe students know- ng almost 60,000. There are about 20,000 different vords in Shakespeare's dramas. Princess Is Two Personalr Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Bates have as heir Kiicsl Mrs. nates' niece, Miss Belly Davis, of Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. Georcianna Hurst Tow of -ittlc Rock Is visiting her mother, Irs. Ella B. Hurst, and will nl- end the wcddlnR tomorrow of liss Carlyn Clark. Dr. Richard Hosteller and fam- y will leave Augusl .11 for Wash- iglon. D. C'., where Dr. Hosteller FRfflMIRE 41 SIGN OF SERVICE Illlffflf. Priced from $199.75 Up. 7.6 Cubic F«t. cnv? »l the Intersection' of Franklin atrul Intenlational Swnttphatft. Hugh L. Burns, former heal trainer at the University of Notrs Dame, is now chief trainer for tht Detroit Lions in the National Football League. Keller Studio To Open September 8th Scholarship Awarded By AMVETS Goes To Sylvia Vanderslice In many languages only the consonants are written, the vowels being indicated by the context I · | It lakes Jupiter almost 12 years I to make a revolulitfn around the i bun. HIRI'I an excellent portrait of Princess Anne, «econd child of Queen Elizabeth II, of England. It wai made by Marcus Adams who photographed her mother at the same age. The princess holds the crystal watch her mother held when she posed at the age of two. Quits Husband, 82 The AMVETS National Service Foundation announced in Washington. D. C., today the award of a f 2,000 four-year college scholarship to Miss Sylvia Vanderslice daughter of Mrs. W. B. Vender- slice of Fayetteville, Route 3. Six scholarships were awarded one in each AMVETS district in the nation. Miss Vanrterslice, who was sponsored by the Fayettevilln AMVETS post and represented Arkansas, won the scholarship in j District III. consisting of eight Southern stales . The scholarships were set up for the children of men killed or disabled in military service during World War II or (he Korean war. Applicants' requirements in- I eluded attitude for higher education. j The scholarship provides $500' per year for four years. j Miss Vanderslice, who g r a d u - I alcd t h i s s Km g f r o m Fayetteville , High School an.l pl;,,, s ,,, onlt ,,. lh( , ! University, is the daughter of the late Maj. W. B. Vanderslice, who served both as a masU-r sergeant and as an officer during 3n j- r . n - s in the service. During World'Wai- " h e held the rank of major and a f t e r t h e ivnr served ns n masicr ""'- ? C rp|irc1 '" Member , with the reserve rank of major. He died in March IfiSl at his home here. ^Selection of the six U.S. winners ] was made by a committee of na- The common daisy is a wild va- I tionally prominent educators and ritlt y of chrysanthemum, and al| AMVET leaders. The winners i '"""K' 1 '' STOWS over most of tern| were inviled to receive their \ ^^g^.TM TMP° rt fr ° m | awards during the national AM- Returning from a most suceess- I ful conference of the National Association Of Dancers And Af- . filiated Artists of which «hs Is · member, Toby Jorgensen will bt ready on September 8th to welcome the pupils of the Studi* with new and exciting work in all forms of dance. Mrs. Jorgens-n has just completed sixty hours of study with such masters as Vlt»l« Fokinc, Tiliana Chamie, Dick: Nordt, Maria Swaboda, Walton Riggerstaff. Charles Weidman, Ernest Carlos, Aennchen, Kenneth Bartmcss and others. This coven classical ballet, character, modem. ' tap and ballroom. Four of the student assistant! -- the Studio accompanied Mrs. Jorgensen to Chicago to attend · the junior seminar of N.A.D.A.A They did thirty hours of work in master classes. Those attending were Shirley King. Norma Kennan, Rosalie Bent and Paula Cum. ' mings. During the summer the Studift las been redecorated and the Jeautiful recital pictures made by Sob's of Fayetteville havt been hung. The Studio will offer Kveral I new classes for age groups four i 1 to five, six to eight, nine ta eleven · and twelve through high ichool. There will be Assemblies for the ,' seventh and eighth grades snd ' lovely parties have been plannd. ' Mrs. Keller will supervise all classes in dance and teach tht drama classes personally.-- *d». MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL "" VETS convention in G r a n c Rapids, Mich., August 30. Some sapphires -- called "fan cy sapphires" -- are yellow, violet green and oranRt. Although the diamond is the hardest cutting object, second tungsten carbide, a synthetic material developed in Germany. in Ihr TIMES--II nays. '/2 GALLON Vanilis Ice Cream 63c Holland Bros. toclt»r Plon* St. Joseph ASPIRIN W O P 1 D S , S D 5 I $ T M I L t P f l T 1O 17-YIAH-OLD Mrs. Marjorle Thornton auks J 1,650 a month separate maintenance from ft-'-ycar*oM hus irnnd l*wia W, Thornton In I.o« Angrlca. Shi alto Mki an injunction preventing tht globo-lrotling milllonalri from obtaining a dl- vorc« outildt of California. Thry wert w*d Jan. 11. (Internationals ·aeh HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Iroiltr Hatchery r. e. ·*· in or lift PLACE YOUR LOAN HERE AND GET THESE ADVANTAGES Delay or Bed Tapo Brokerage or Commission Penalty for Pay Off Interest Charge in advance Out-of-town lendon W* pay borrower Interest on his tax and insurance mon«y. 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