Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 26, 1952 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
August 26, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

Publication:
Location:
Fayetteville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Tuesday, August 26, 1952
Page:
Page 2
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 2 article text (OCR)

2----NdTHWWT ARKANSAS TMMS, tayMMvifc, ArkMMl. Tw.doy, Au*Mt 2«, 19S2 TS fl . . .... ·I-I-I-I-.-T- - - r . i l - I - - MIIIHIHIlllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIimilltlllllllllll MIS. KATHIEIN DOZIER IIIIIMMIIIIItlllHilllHIMlliiililllillllliiiiiiliiMillfllliliilllllltllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIII' Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . S-,lb Deb Club, Sus Calc, 7 v'avol Reserve Composite Unit, Eason Building, 7 5rdcr of Rainbow (or Girls, Masonic Hall, 7 3. A V., Lccion Hut, 7 ,OClh Military Government Croup, 112/i West Center, 7:30 Ichrttah Lodge. IOOF Hall, 7:30 '. F. W. A u x l l i u r y , Civic Clubrooms, 7:30 ItruKa Boarrt Meeting, Mrs. Sue Ciiirrclt Keller, 7:30 Wednesday , . . . u. u. r., Juur nan, » d Club Sports Dance, Uark Bowl, 8: J.P.W.C. Meets [ or Picnic At Oliver Home The Business and Professional Women's Club met last night for picnic supper at the home of Miss Rachel Oliver. Executive ifficcnt were in charge of ar- rangements, assisted by Miss Bcsi Oliver, sister of the hostess. Mr. Penrle Trowbridgc, president, presided during the short business session, at which lime the club voted to sponsor a benefit uananta parly, November 10, proceeds to be used .for the Business Education Loan Fund, Guests for the occuslon were I Mrs, Edith Holt of Stuttgart, and J M r s . Demctra Morgan and Miss I Eleanor Qulnn. Double SH Green STAMPS ONE DAY ONLY I! Wednesday, August 27 ON ALL CASH SALES AT I; Moore's Gift Shop 25 N. BLOCK 2 54-piece Sets of China . . . % off Assortment of Plates 50 Assortment of linens . . . . ^. 1.00 Bent Glass Trays ft price and Many Other Items NO GIFT WRAPPING Luncheon Honors Former Resident Mm, M. L. Black of Con way was honored. Friday with * lunchfon at Fergunon'jt in the Mountain Inn. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. W. C. Whitfiold, Mrs. Marshall WhitfieJcl and Mrs, Fred JJiinna. Approximately 30 friends of Ihe former KayotlcvllJe resident at tended fifi ijuefits. Friendly Circle Plans Repair On Fair Booth The Friendly Circle Club met lad night at the home of Mrs Hufih Jell, with 11 members and one guest present. Mrs. Mabel Ni- rnnn gave the devotional and roll c.'ill WHS answered by "useful ways to serve choose." A r u m m a g e sale wm; planned, and it was decided to miike repairs on the food stall n t the Fair Grounds before the Fair next month. Games were played and Mrs. Clarence Hicc received the mystery package. Refreshments were .served by the hostess. The noxa meeting will be held at the home of Mrs, N i m a n . Junior Circle Group Entertains Veterans A gi'oup from Ihe J u n i o r Circle- of the Central Methodist Church entertained veterans at the Veteran Hospital Saturday evening. Games were played and prizes were furnished by the Circle. The entertainment, a volunteer service sponsored by the Red Cross, was in charge of Ann Kennan and Sandra KnolJ. Summers Baptists Work At Assembly Grounds Engaged To Wed Announcements * M / * J 3 d l l L / l y V J I W U I I U 3 Summers Baptist Church has ist completed a project for raisin rhnrph ftinHs: In whirh fnr»H Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hannah of Fayetteville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Barbara Jean, to Pvt. Lloyd · Van Gilder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Lucietta of l.amar, Mo. Private Van Gilder is serving with the armed forces In Korea. The wtd- cllng dale will be announced later. Okla.. was in charge of the organization and planning, with the assistance of the ' pastor, DCVOP Whiteley. Births Mr. and Mn. Raymond E. Smith Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Smith of Klklnj, announce the birth of a daughter, August 26, at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mr*. Lin Turner , Mr. and Mrs. Lin Turner of Durham, announce the birth of a daughter, August 26, at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mm. Carl Umbersbn Mr. and Mrs. Carl Umberson of Cane Hill, announce the birth of a daughter, August 25. at the County Hospital. Altrwt Club Boarf, Meetlnf A special tailed Board meeting will be held at the home of the president of Altrusa, Mrs. Sue Oarrett Keller, this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Salon 30? of « and 40 Salon 307 of 8 and 40 will have its regular business meeting Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Legion Hut. Edna Darby, '32 West Maple Street. Personals Mrs. Arlie Bott and Mrs. Wallace Pycatt, who have spent the summer months vacationing f California, have returned home. I..L.L. dun of Flnt Bapllit Church The L.L.L. Class of the First Baptist Church will meet for a cooperative supper Thursday evening at 7 o'clock at the home of Mrs. S. E. Brooks, 813 Lakeside Drive. j Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Gordon I and daughter, Nancy, returned j Sunday from a vacation at Estes I Park in Colorado. Mrs. John F. Ballard and children, Patty and Billy, left this morning for New York. They will soon sail for Baumholder, Germany, where Major Ballard is stationed. Cloverleaf Club The Cloverleaf Club will meet tomorrow at 2:30 p. m., with Miss DENNIS THE MENACE By Kfttchom School Days Just Ahead- · LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS $2.95 $5^50 Be King of Ihe Campus, In gay, colorful ginghams, gabardines, corduroys, or wools. Top brands that are styled right o;id will fit right. Designs and color combinations lo meet Ihe desire of any bay. · SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS $1.95 VALUES NOW $1.19 For your saving in Back School needs -- our enti stock reduced for qui clearance. A giant sole lion of sizes and color Buy for now and summer and save. $2.25 to $3.95 Values NOW $1.89 - A MUST FOR EVERY SCHOOL BOY- BLUE JEANS -- Sizti 1 to 16 Unconditionally Guaranteed · 8-oz. Denim · Zipper Fly · Double or Single Knrc · Extra Long · Sanforized 1 to 6 7 to 16 $2.25 $2.50 -"Oil / **«,«««' fritfnt Dvtrtmt* Storf BOYS' DEPARTMENT AGES 2-20 BEST IN BALLET HANDMADE · HAND-LASTED Miss Sue Gearhart returned Monday from St. Louis, where she visited for several days with Miss Ellen Colfy, formerly of Fay- cttevillc. Marilyn McRoy, Patty Pycatt, Betty Jonei ind Nancy Chamblec I Mr. «nd Mrs. Ewlng Pyeatt o( »pent lut week on Mt. Sequoyah, Searcy, returned Sunday after a a t t e n d i n g t h e Judsdictlonal Methodiit Conference. Mn. Doyle Brooks and daughter, Betty, left y«t«rday afternoon week's visit here with the Jasper Pyeatts and relatives in Prairie Grove. Their «on. Phillip Pyeatt, also of Searcy, was here to attend ter, Betty, left yeiwraay «« r TM"" ,he Bankers' Seminar ast week for Kansas City, Mo., where they relative* will visit with Mrs. Brooks' and to V151t relatives. brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and - · Mrs. A. C. Pitchford. The Pitch- MISS Elizabeth Shipley has had fords will return with them next! as guests, her brother-in-law and weekend for a few days visit here. I sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles p. Mrs. L. S. Bromley of Highway 71, north, has had Tulsa, Okla., P. Zimmerman, of Houston, Texas, and her nephew, Phil Zimmerman, who is radio announcer fo: and Kansas City, Mo., guests in i KCOH in Houston, and also a stu- her home this past weekend. They dcnt at Houston University. The were R. L. Hines, Mrs. Luis Brackney and Miss Myrtle Cline of Tulja, and Mrs. M. J. DeFoe and sons. Richard and David, of Kansas City. W. B. Stclzner, Gordon Rowley, Carl Drake and Sam E. Gearhart of Fayetteville, and A. Y. Berry, Jr.. of Fort Smith returned Monday from St. Louis where they attended the Giants-St. Louis and Ihe Brooklyn Dodgers-St. Louis Lull games. Zimmermans left today to visit with relatives in Muskogce, Okla. before returning home. TAMORA KECK Teacher of Singing Both Daytime and Evening Lessons. Phone 1830-J SUE GARRETT KELLER DRAMATIC ART DANCING-STUDIO BALLET-TOE-TAP CHARACTER - BALLROOM CHILDREN'S AND WOMEN'S BALLETS AND TAP SHOES DAILY CLASSES AND PRIVATE INSTRUCTION SUE GARRETT KELLER, Director. TOBY JORGENSEN, Dane* Director. 402 ARKANSAS AVENUE PHONE 1867 Classes Begin September 8th. Enrollment Beains Auaust 26th For Back to School Clothes.. 384 Yds. Pinwale Corduroy Fine combed yarn corduroy in prac-' tically every color a person could want ... at least $1.49 value in lengths from 2-10 yards. Truly a remarkable value for those who make their own school clothes. Yds, Printed Pinwale Corduroy Beoutiful prints in fine pinwale corduroy. $1.49 .and $1.98 values. As long as this limited quantity lasts, you can buy it for only $1.19 yard. ell -T3B Basement

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page