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NOfTHWttT AMUUHM TWOS, MRS. KATHUM DOZMft iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimniirmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii · Daily Calendar of Events Monday . . . Salvation Army Service Board, Mrs. D. M. Moore, 7 HI Si' Club, Clubroom, 7 B. P. W. C., clubroom, 7:30 Washington Lodge No. 1, Masonic Hall, 7:30 Vows Made In Church Orientation Plans Made For Freshmen, Transfers At U.A. The University will have orietnation program for new students, both freshmen and transfers -from other colleges, on September 12-15. Registration of all students will be held September 15-17, and classes will begin September IB. The orientatiun program will open with aptitude tests on Friday, September 12. That night the an nual president's welcome for new students will be held in the Greek Theater. Dr. John T. Caldwell, president of the University, will greet the students. A program will include University cheers and songs, and musical numbers played on the Kazorback Band calliope. Orientation tests will continue Saturday morning, when students in the Colleges of Arts and Sciences, Agriculture, and Engineering will take mathematics tests. Later that morning, students will go in groups to college advisors for academic counseling. Saturday afternoon they will see a Red- White football game,. and Saturday night the . annual Student Union open house is slated. . The orientation program will resume Monday morning when the men meet with John E. Shoemaker, dean of men, ' and the women with Miss Jeannette Scudder, dean of women. Opportunities and responsibilities in University life will be discussed by various University officials. Monday afternoon, .students will take orientation trips through the main University Library. The annual Community Night sponsored by the Retail Merchants Division of the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce as a welcome to new students will be held Tuesday night Jn the Uark Bowl. Fayetteville churches will give receptions for University students | Friday night. Rush week of University fraternities will begin September 6, and that of sororities the following day. Rush week for both fraternities and sororities will close September 11.. Miss Patricia Ann Smith Weds Norris Eugene Coe Miss Patricia Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Smith of Fayetteville, became the bride of "Norris Eugene Coe, son' of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Coe of Newport, Sunday,' August 17 at 4 o'clock in the Central Methodist Church. The Rev. D. L. Dykes officiated at the double-ring ceremony. The altar was banked with an arrangement of white gladioli and white asters placed behind an open Bible. Baskets of lavendar asters and wnite gladioli were placed on .either side of the altar. Huckleberry and plumosis torn formed the background. White asters and bows of satin ribbon marked the pews. The seven-branched candle- labra were lighted by Miss lielen Marie Graham. She wore a dress of white net over orchid taffeta, fashioned with a full skirt and a bertha collar and carried a candle tied with white satin ribbon and asters. Mrs. Roy Simpson, organist, presented a program of nuptial music Including the traditional wedding marches and accompanied the Rev. Jack Winegeart, who sang "O Pormis" Me" and "The Wedding Prayer." The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a strapless gown of white imported S w i s s organdy covered with a brief jacket, with three-quarter sleeves trimmed with cuffs and lapels of imported scalloped embrodered organdy. The floor-length buffant skirt was worn over crinoline and taffeta fashioned with an embroidered peplum at the waist. Her fingertip veil of illusion was attached to a heart-shaped cap of white satin and criss-crossed illusion outlined with tiny pearls. She .carried a semi-colored bouquet of fleur d'amour. Mrs. Marion Wasson, Jr., of Cheyenne, Wyo., was the matron of honor. Mrs. Glenn McChristian, Fayetteville, and Miss (,-eorgia Mae Newton, Springdale, were bridesmaids. The attendants wore identical gowns of aqua taffeta with .fitted bodices and belled overskirts of while net. They had matching fichus and mils of white nylon net. All of the attendants wore open crown aqua picture hats'trimmcd with white net r u f - fles. The bridesmaids carried colonial bouquets of o r c h i d glamelias, and the matron of honor carried the same style bouquet In a deeper shade of laven- di.r. Harold Hodgson, Faycttevillc, served as best man. Ushers were Field Wasson and David Lashlcy, both of Faycttevlllo, and Harry Chulfant, Springfield, Mo., all fraternity brothcr.i of the bridegroom, and Jimmy Coe, brother of the bridegroom. For her daughter's wedding Mn. Smith wore an aqua lace dress with black accessories nnd n corsage of white glamelias. Mrs. Tot, mother of the bridegroom, vat ittlred In a navy sheer with usty rote accessories, Her cor- ·ge was of pink glamelias. Mn. Oliver Ferguson and Miss 'nncy Lane were In charge of e fiiest boook. In the receiving ne at the church were members ' the wnddlnf pirty and ihe others of the bride and bride- 4 oom. Kor going away the bride se- lected a slate blue chantung dress trimmed with rhinestone buttons and a chiffon scarf. Her accessories were navy blue. For her corsage she pinned a" deep throated purple orchid to her shoulder. After a wedding Minneapolis, "Minn., the couple will j be'at home in Fayetteville, where Mr. Coe will attend the University and Mrs. Coe will be a member of the faculty at Fayetteville High School. Out-of-town guests included the bridegroom's parents and brothers, Mr. and Mrs. George Elliott of Houston, Texas, Hickcy Hempsted of Little Rock, Mr. Chalfant of Springfield, Mo., Mrs. Wnsson of. Cheyenne, Wyo., Mrs. Charles Dorland of Siloam Springs, Mrs. .Newton and Miss Rema Belle Newton of Springdale, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gullic of Newport. Copt. And Mrs. Putnam Speak At V.F.W. Event The Jack Tidball Auxiliary, Veterans of Foreign Wars, held open house last night for members of the post and returning servicemen and their families. Music was furnished by Mr. and Mrs.' Charles H. Davis and their daughter, Geneva. Short talks \vere made by Capt. William T. Putnam and Mrs. Rachel Putnam, who are vacationing in Fayetteville after three- 3'ears' 'duty in Germany before reporting to Fort Knox, Ky. Joe Anderson, service officer, told of veterans' benefits under the new laws passed by Congress. Games were played, and refreshments were served. Hides are soluble in water heated to 140 degrees Fahrenheit, but leather is not. O.E.S. Kitchen Shower Honors Mrs. Glidewell Prairie Grove-(Special)-Mrs. A, D. Glidewell, who before her recent marriage to First Lt. A. D Glidewell was Miss Joyce Epperson of Prairie Grove, was honored Monday night with a kitchen shower given by members- of the Order of Easter Star In the Masonic Hall. In presenting gifts to Mrs. Glidewell, each guests first allowed the honoree to attempt to guess .the contents of the package. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Mildrec Broyles, Mrs. Jerry Parks, Mrs Irene Delap and Mrs. J. Frank Holmes. Lieutenant Glidewell, a Marine officer, has just been flown to Korea. Mrs. Glidewell is staying with her parents here. Miss Armstrong Becomes Bride Of Dr. E. R. Dusek Announcements Chi Omega Alumnae The Chi Omega Alumnae will meet Tuesday at 2 p. m. iji the chapter house. Community Builders Club The Community Builders Home Demonstration Club of Sulphur City will have a picnic for families and guests August 27 on the lawn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Gregg at Elkins. Gets Wallet Back For 20th Time In Two Years St. Louis-(/P)-Mary Chapman can't hang on to her wallet and she can't lose it either. It was returned to the 17-year-old girl today for the 20th time in two years. Mary has left the wallet on street cars, buses, trains, in restaurants, theaters and waiting rooms. The last time and the $10 in it were mailed back to her. This year will mark the 16th season in professional football for Sammy Baugh. All have been with the Redskins. The marriage of Mies-. Mary Helen Armstrong, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. 'Armstrong of Pleasant Hill, Iowa, .and Dr. Edwin Ralph Dusek of Fayetteville, son of John J. Dusek of Rowena, Texas, was solemnized Friday afternoon, August · 15, -in St. Paul's Methodist Church in Cedar Hapids, Iowa. The Rev. Marvin B. Kober performed the ceremony. The open pulpit Bible, flanked by white candles in brass candlesticks, lay on the altar decorated with white gladioli. A brass cross above the altar was backed by a fan of white gladioli and ferns, and on cither side of the chancel were white gladiolus trees. Mrs. Marshall Hickman played nuptial music, and Miss Helen Toedt, Iowa City, was soloist. The bride wore a bouffant gown of white nylon net taffeta; styled with a portrait neckline and outlined by rows of Chantllly lace. The skirt extended into a jenlor train. Her veil was of Battenburg lace, and she carried a white Bible and a white orchid from which fell streamers tied with lilies'of the valley. Miss Ester Armstrong was her sister's maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Anna Youel Armstrong and Miss Amelia Arm- strong, sisters of the bride, Miss Virginia Race and Miss Sarah Johnson. They wore identical gowns of angel pink taffeta and nylon tulle. Flower girl was Miss Nancy Youcl, St. Cloud, Minn. Thomas I. Mycr, Iowa City, served as best man. Ushers included Earl Y. Bickel, John Dalch and Dean Lusted of Iowa City; Dayton McMillan, Oak Park, III.; Charles Ramond, Iowa City; William Towncr, Elgin, 111.; Gene A Wallar, San Jose, Calif.; and Peter Witwer, Cedar Rapids. After a reception In the Cedar Rapids Country Club, Dr. and Mrs. Dusek .left on a trip to the Rocky Mountans. Mrs. Dusek wore a dress and shoulder cape of deep aqua shantung with hat and gloves of antique white. Her accessories were gold and ruby red. Mrs. Dusek was graduated from Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, and studied at the University of Iowa. She has done remedial teaching In the Elfin, 111., public schools. Dr. Dusek Is assistant professor of psychology at the University of Arkansas. Hk is a graduate ol the University of Missouri and holds the M.A. and Ph.D. degrees at the University of Iowa. After September IS the couple will reside at 35»'- North Washington in Fayetteville. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Guy Chamberlain and son of Lovilla, Iowa, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Danny Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Howe and children of Lynwood, Calif., are visiting A. J. Howe of Savoy. Wyndalyn and Betsy Bronson of Rogers arc guests of their grandparents, Mr and Mrs. B. B. Bronson. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Black of Conway, former residents here, are spending a few days in Fay- ettevllle visiting relatives. Mrs. Victor Russum returned home last night from Washington County Hospital where she has been a patient for the last JO days. Calvin Parker, a student at Northwestern University, is spend* ing a short vacation with his parents, Mr and Mrs L A. Parker of West Spring Street Marries In St. Louis Lt. O\. and Mrs. T. C. Carlson, Jr., and three sons, T. C. Ill, Jimmy and Steve, of Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala, arrived here Monday to visit Colonel Carlson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Carlsoi Sr. The Carlson's daughter anc son and families, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus McNair and children. Nancy and Randy, and Mr. and Mrs. Joel Carlson and daughter Judy, all of Tulsa, are to spenc the weekend here with them. Mrs. Claude Mayo and* sons Eddie, Jimmy, and Bill, of Mountain Home, are visiting Mrs, Mayo's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Frank McConnell. Mr. Mayo will join them later for his vacation. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Stuart Johnston, who have been visiting Mr. Johnston's brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Johnston, In Sprlngdale, this week, will leave tomorrow night to return to their home in Toronto, 'Canada. Miss Foster Bride Of Thabif Al-Safar Miss Jo Ann Foster of Manhattan, Kan., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Foster of Cannon Creek, Ark., became the bride of Mr. Thabit Al-Safar, also of Manhattan, Kan., in a ceremony performed August 15 at 8 p.m. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sylvis in Manhattan. The Rev. C. T. Brewster performed the double-ring ceremony. Ferns, garden flowers and can- delcbra were -banked against a fireplace, and wedding music consisted of Lohengrin's Wedding March ,nd "Bless This House". The bride wore a powder blue taffeta, ballerina length gown with corsage of white carnations, and carried a white Bible. The maid of honor was Miss Carolene Callahan of Manhattan. Mrs. Alice Van Sickle was candle lighter. Younis Dabbagh of Lawrence, Kan., acted as best man. After the ceremony a recciption was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sylvis. The table was centered with a three-tiered cake flanked by white candles in crystal candelabra and circled with garden flowers. Assisting were Mrs. Leona Dobson, Miss Louise Wolfe; Mrs. A. E. Eldson, Miss Mary Border and Mrs. Lcona Morgan. Nancy Dabbagh had charge of the guest book. The bride's going-away costume for the wedding trip to Kansas City was of navy blue silk jersey. The couple is temporarily at home at 930 Osagc'in Manhattan, Kan. I The bride was formerly cm-' ployed in the registrar's office at I the University of Arkansas and now is employed by Kansas State [ College, Manhattan. master's degree in May, 195U, from Kansas State College. He plans to leave the United States September 13 for Bagdad. Iraq, to be oi the staff of the Government University there. Dr. Caldwell To Speak At Methodist Meeting Dr. James Tyler Caldwell, president of the University, will address the quarterly meeting of the Methodist Men's Club at Wesley Hall Monday night. The dinner program starts at 7 o'clock. The Romans seem to have believed that tin was a variety of lead. The bridegroom received his PLASTER P R O K I L E - T h a coronation souvenir medal pre- cast In plaster, shown above, Is one of six approved by the London Coronation Medal Panel Designed by Paul Vinczc, the medal shows Queen Elizabeth's profile. These six are souvenirs only and not official cyr*-···,,, medals, which will be struck br tha Royal Mint. Col. and Mrs. C. K. McClelland of San Antonio, Texas, and daughters, Josephine and Elizabeth, will arrive tonight to visit Colonel McClelland's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. K. McClelland, and his brother, J. E. McClelland, and famly. Their daughters, Mary Vance and Toby, who have been visiting grandparents, will return them next week. their with Dr. George E. Hunsberger, professor of economics in the University College of Business Administration, is a contributor to a new textbook on economics recently published by Dryden Press of New York City. The book, "An Introduction to Modern Economics," is the cooperative effort of a large number of economists under the editorship of Lcland Rex Robinson. John F. Adams and Harry L. Dillin. Mother Of Six Missing; Family Needs Her Back Six small cocker spaniels were wondering- this morning whatever had become of their mother. The six, a little more thnn two weeks old, were hungry and frightned in her absence.' Sgt. Arthur Boudreaux, attached to the University R. O. T. C. department, and his wife and small son, tried to console the puppies with a bottle and with a spoon this morning, to no avail. The puppies want their mother and no one seems to know what happened to her--a buff - colored lady named Pudcena, last seen last night as she bedded down in the Bourcaux's wash-room with her progeny. Sometime during the night she got up for a breath of air and managed to get out of the washroom. If any one should see her ,ir learn oi her whereabouts, Sergeant and Mrs, Boudreaux would greatly appreciate it and so would the six little puppies. Bonds Back But Worse For Wear Jersey City, N. J.-WPj-A package of 38 tattered $25 defense bonds arrived by mail yesterday for Mrs. Arthur Gallagher. Along with the package came a letter of apology from the state Highway Department, which said the bonr 1 :, had been chewed up by department grass uitling ma- , chine off a state highway near j Hightstown, where they apparently had been thrown. j Mrs. Gallagher said the bonds' had been taken from her home while shr ".'as a w a y on v a c a t i o n . Miss Erase, Henry P. Hotz Exchange Vows In Church Mr. and MM. Herman R. Erase fo Klrkwood, Mo., announce the marriage of their daughter, Gladys Marie, to Henry Palmer Hott, son of Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Hott. The double-ring ceremony was performed Friday afternoon, August 12, at 5 o'clock in the Graham Memorial Chapel on the campus of Washington University, In St. Louis. Or. Fred M. Bally of Robn, III., former pastor of the Klrkwood Methodist Church, ot- iciated. The bride was given in.marriage by her father. She wore a n . i m ported swlss over white taffeta, ballerina length dress and'a short veil. She carried a White orchid- centered bridal bouquet. Her maid of honor, Miss" Eileen Smith of Klrkwood, wore a blue swlsi ballerina length dress with a flower bandeau in her hear and :arrlcd light pink flowers. Hartman Hotz of Dallas, Texas, was his brother's best man. The ushers were Brent Stearns and Richard Wicse of St. Louis. After a wedding trip to .Florid* !ho couple will be at home In St. Louis, where the bridegroom has research fellowship In physics at Washington University and the rlde has a teaching asslstantshlrj n the department of sociology of .he same university. · Mrs. Holz has her master's de- jree from Northwestern University, and her bachelor's degree f r o m Washington University, where she was elected a rrmnb«r of Phi Beta Kappa and of other honor societies. Mr. HoU la a graduate of the University of Arktosd and served two years in UM Nary during World War Ii: Ht is a member of Phi Beta Kapp* and an associate member of Sigma J(i, and a member of other hvhor groups. He Ii a member of Sigma Nu social fraternity. Births Mr. an4 Mn. Jehu O. steMftti Mr. and Mn. John G. Henrlki of Ftyetteville announce titt birth of a daughter August 21 lii County Hospital. · · -. , ..' Mr, uX Mn. Albtrt HatUtottfh Mr. and Mrs. Albert HatUbotifh of Winslow announce .the birth of a son August 23 Ih City Hospital. Cnreetle* An error was made yesterday In the announcement of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Jiine* Bowles In City Hospital. Th* ton was born In County HosjilUl on August 21. Jim Brideweaer, rookie l"fhH- cr, was signed to a Yankee contract right off the University of Southern California campus. K«* ·» wittt (a*. ··"MIR tosfr. DENNIS THE MENACE «·*» 'if* MUM* wuvf oow A «MU JOB CM THE OMWM iwf *wi* Parties Given For Miss Carlyn Clark Miss Carlyn -Clark, whose marriage to Mr. Harold I^ngston of Van Burcn will tokc place this evening, was the honoree at several social events this week. Mr. and Mrs. Troy F. Clark entertained last night with a buffet dinner preceding the rehearsal of their daughter's wedding. An arrangement of pink lilies and cle- mntls WHS centered with a miniature bride mid bridegroom flanked D. M. Ungston, Mr. and Mrs. Ro y i - V. Simpson, and Mr. E. O. Haw- wins. Other out-of-town guests wore Mrs. Zoe Langslon, mother of the brldcgroom-to-bc; hlj sister, Mrs. Paul Duke, and her two sons; Mr. and Mrs. Fern Clawson; Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Glass; Mr. and Mrs. n. L. Miller; Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Davidson; Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Carl; Miss Jo Ann Dennett; and GAELIC GALAHAD-Glint-iInd Dennis ef Bally Kelly, an Irish wolfhound, takes command of the situation to protect three-year- old Shannon Oilkey from any unwanted attentions near her home In Seattle, Wash. Shannon's only (ear It that lh« 165-pound pro- ttctor might decide to become i lip dog and choose her for his i m u U I M I U mm onacRroom uanKOrl u : . u-i-« 11 j w i t h pink tapers, on the embrold- I """ JTM Cn H f ) w n r r i - LVIMIMCH CHvcit A luncheon for bridesmaids and orod linen tablecloth. Special guests wore the bridal party and other out-of-town guests here for the wedding. The bridal party Included Mr. and Mrs. P. W. J.imen, Billy Keelon, Nan Clawton, Mis« Amy Beart, Mtts Mary Lou Welch, Mr. and Mrs. out-of-town guests was given yesterday in Ferguson'* Dining Room by Mn. Jamer, Mitchell of St. Chnrlcs, Mo., and Miss Mary Lou Welch. Each guest had » nntegty «nd Dave Bnwlan, Mr. and Mrs. W«de | presented a corsage and g i f t to Bell, Mr. C.fnrw Ackernun, Mr , the hnnnrfc, Mis, Clark. About 10 | CharlM McKirulc, Mr. and Mrs., gursts were present A crystal and linen shower for Miss Clark was given Tuesday i evening by Mrs. Helen Glass of Kansas City In the home of Mrs. Glass' mother, Mrs. C. C. Gann, at 39 East Smith Street. ' The gift table was centered with a m i n i a t u r e lavcndar and white bridal umbrella, placed on an Imported lace tablecloth. Games were played, and prize winners were Mrs. Bill Helnrlchs, Mrs. T. W. 'James, Mrs. Marshall Whlt- flcld, and Mrs. Troy Clark. Other guests Included Mrs. Clayton Spencer, Mrs. Lewis Morton, and Miss Helen Howard. Partlea In VM Biren Mls» Clark was honored with two parties In Van Buren during the week. A shower wa.i given In the home nf Mm. Charles Riddle, imd p«rly was given by Mn, B M. Lungslon In the Magnolia House. Glassware Fine China Gifts Housewares Catering to the Bride and Housewif* LEWIS BROS. CO. 1

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