Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 27, 1952 · Page 2
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Wednesday, August 27, 1952
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MTHWIST MKAMIAS Ml. 7, IMS IHMnlllt"llim«milMrUHI/IMrlHmNIIINIIHMIIItnrMINIIIUIIIIUHIIHUIIIIIUII MRS, KATHLEEN DOZW MiiitiiHHiiinniiiiuiiiuii mi"" iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiniimiiitim Daily Calendar of Events r 'H»val Reserve Electronic Company 8-8 Drill, Eason Building, 7 t Kappa Alpha Phi, 15 East Rock Street, 7:30 ? BB41 Volunteer Air Force Reserve Training Squadron, 7:30 i. 0. O. F., 10OF Kail, 8 40 Club Sports Dance, Uark Bowl, 8:30 Thursday . . . a» Rotary Club. Washington Hotel, 12 5 Family Supper, Country Club, 7 i Boy Scout Board of Review, First Presbyterian Church, f Salon 307 of 8 nnd 40, Legion Hut, 7:30 N. F. F. O. C., Harmcn PlayfleM, 7:30 s V. F. W., 108 V, West Center, 7:30 i r a r West Chapter One, R. A. M., Masonic Hall, 7:30 [ Voiturc 956, 40 and 8, Lesion Hut, 7:30 ~Miss Brogdon Is Bride Of Dan Hendricks Sprlngdale-fSpeclaD-The wedding of Miss Nene Jeane Brogdon, daughter of Mr. and Mri. Hal Brogdon of Springdale, to Dan Hendricks, ton of Mrs. Bertha Plrmoni of Sprlnfcdale was an | event of Sunday afternoon at 2 1 o'clock at the Caudle Avenue Bap- l tlst church. The double ring cere- \ mony was read by the pastor of j the c h u r c h , the Rev. Hoe j Matthews. The church was decor- '· »ted with an archway of greenery * with white asters. In the back: (round was branched candelabra t and In front o* the arch was a i *hlte satin prayer bench. On J cither side were large baskets of : white gladioli with jade fern. i Miss Georgia McCoy lighted the candles. Her dress was a bnllerlna ' length embroidered blue organdy ·nd she wore a wrist bouquet of gardenias. Mrs. Preston Brogdon ; played the traditional wedding i* music. Dr. Preston Brogdon, cousin of the bride, sang "0 Promise Me" and "Through the Years," accompanied by Mrs. Brogdon, The bride waj given In marriage by her father, Hor gown was a white imported embroidered swlss organdy, fashioned with ballerina length tiered skirt. She wore a Juliet cap of the same material with a shoulder length yell of imported illusion. She also wore matching organdy mlts and carried a white Bible, topped with » white orchid and itepanotis. Llbby Ingrum wat the junlo bridesmaid, wearing a pale pink dress with white embroidered or fandy yoke and a matching Julie cap. She carried a colonial bou quet of white and lavender baby asters. Miss Peggy Jo Penderfraf was maid of honor. She wore blue ballerina length dress with a cap of white lace and medal lions. She carried a cascade ar rangement of gardenias. The bridegroom's brother, Cpl Burt Hendricks, of Fort Campbell Ky., served as bast man. Scot Oakes of Springdale, and Tommy Beth of Tulsa, were the ushers.' At the conclusion of the ceremony the couple knelt on tb prayer bench while Dr. Btogdon ·ana; "Wedding Prayer." The«brlde's mother wore a navy DENNIS THE MENACE ly Keteham OK«y ri COOL AW FifiT? TMrVT S4NDIS-HOTJ' ZIPPER BINDERS GENUINE COWHIDE 3-RING With Inside Zipper Pocket Regular $3.95 Value, Now ^Genuine Cowhead Leather ·Alined throughout with a soft two-toned water repellent lining. ATwo full tized pockets bound along the top edges to prevent wear. ·fcRing guards to protect sheets and lining. ·ft-Outside corer made of one solid piece of leather. Smooth Leather With Inside Zipper Pocket $2.79 SCHOOL SUPPLIES McRoy McNair FiyiNeville Printing (o. STATIONIRS IOOK SELLERS CRAVENS IUILDING PHONI 131 PORTAILE TYPEWRITERS l*iy Payments blue cheer crtp* with navy accessories and a gardenia corsage. The bridegroom's mother chose a blue crepe dress with white accessories and a gardenia corsage. Both the bride and bridegroom arc graduates of the Springdale High school. After a short wedding trip, they will make their home in the Davis Apartments on West Meadow Avenue in Springdale. Following the wedding, a reception was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ingrum on West Emma Avenue. Mrs. Ray B. Tillcy of Fort Smith, aunt of the bride, served at the punch bowl. Mrs. John D. Reid of Muskogcc, Okla., aunt of the bride, cut the cake. Miss Patsy Crowdcr and Miss Louctta Smith assisted in the dining room. Miss Margaret Becker was in charge of the bride's book. The table was covered with a white linen cut work cloth with a centerpiece of white gladioli and white candles in crystal candelabra. City Park Is Scene Of Town Club Party The Town Club entertained with a swimming party and picnic supper last night at the City Park. On the committee in charge of arrangements were Mr. and Mrs. Floid Bird, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Joyce. Guests for the occasion were Mr.' and Mrs. Milam Creighton, Mr, and Mrs. Travis Grubbs, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Plckard, Miss Daisy Barnett of Dallas, Texas, Jack Tuck, Mrs. Whltcy Smith and Mr. and Mri.-BIll Bessett. Personals Mrs. D. H. Jeffers, 103 South Duncan Avenue, Is very ill. Wed lev Springdole Church Mr. and Mrs. Tom Eason anc daughter, Carolyn, of Texarkana are expected to arrive today to be the guests of his parents, Mr. anc Mrs. Alcuin Eason, fir. Mrs. Glenn Wood and son, Christopher, left yesterday to return to their home in Bloomington, III., after a week's visit here in the home of Mrs. J. P. Perry. A. C. (Crit) Jackson of Oklahoma City, is here for a few days visit with his brother-in-law and sister,.Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Henderson. Col, and Mrs. O. E. Henderson of Fort Worth, are guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Webb Williams. The Hendersons expect to make their home ifi Fayetttville, In the near future. Mrs. Henderson is a .cousin of Mr. Williams. Dr. Paul V. Petty is at Pennsylvania State College, attending the annual meeting of th« National Conference of Professors of Education Administration. Dr. Pet- will present a description of he field and research studies of !he past year, sponsored by the College of Education of U, of A. Miss Imogene Martin and Miss Jelores Kinard of Houston, Texas, lave returned home after spend- ng a week with Miss Martin's larents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F.'Mar- In. Weekend guests of the Mar- 1ns were their daughters, M i s s Javaughn Martin and Mrs. Alene Thompson and son, David, of (ansas City, Mo. Anothtr daugh- er, Miss Vera Sue Martin, who lad been visiting her sisters in Kansas City returned home with hem. Marriages · Joe B. Grebe, Fayetteville, and Mrs. Joel Combs, Memphis, Tenn., vere married August 26 by Coun- y Judge Witt Carter. Bud Long and Mrs. Ruth Jackon, both of Tulsa, Okla., were narried August 25 by Chancellor Thomas F. Butt. Lewis Aldon Proctor and Miss 'atsy Jean Durnal, both of Fay- ittevllle, were married August 23 by the Rev. James A. Word. William Bert Sisco and Miss Edith E. Elslng, both of Dallas, Texas, were married August 22 ly the Rev. Fred M. Cornell. Dwain Newman and Miss Doris ane Jackson of Springdale, were narrled August 20 by the Rev. I. . Kerrick. Morris Eugene Coe and Miss 'atricia Ann Smith, both of Fay- tlcville, were married August 17 y the Rev. D. L. Dykes, Jr. PLACE YOUR LOAN HERE AND GET THESE ADVANTAGES Delay or Hed Tape tokerage or Commission Pay TkV T /\ Brokerage m i l Commlssli \ir-s;! 1 " 0 ' 1 1 f Ulereet Chare. 1 1 Vf In edrtnee Oul-ef-town leaders We pay borrower Intern! «n hi* tax and ImuniM* money. There ar* many other , ADVANTAGES In having, your lean at home with (hit FRIINDIY INSTITUTION FAYETTEVIILE IUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION CHAVCM BUILDMQ ·NOMI SIS Th* Rev. Morritt long, the Rev. J. K. Lack, and Mrs. long --McRoberts Photo. played the traditional wedding music and also accompanied Cathy and Joan Moore as they sang. The girls wore blue and yellow formals" with white carnation cor- tages. The mother of the bride chose for the wedding a chartreuse gabardine dress with blue accessories and white carnation corsage. After the wedding a reception was given for the couple at the home of the bride's parents. The table was covered with a white linen cloth with a centerpiece of orchid gladioli with white candles placer! in candelabra on either side. Mrs. Thelma Creeke, aunt o: the bride, served at the punch bowl. Mrs. Virginia Walker cut the cake. The bride is a graduate of the Springdale High School class o: 1950 and has been employed as secretary to L. O. Vanzant, the nrincipal of the Springdale High School. Mr. Long graduated from the Newport High school and has attended the South Central Bible College in Hot Springs, for the past two years. After a short wedding trip the couple will make their home in Hot Springs, where they both wil' attend college. Out of town guests for the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Ira Cab Long-Main Wedding Announced Springdale - (Special) - The Assembly of God Church in Springdale was the setting Saturday at 8 o'clock for the wedding of Miss Sue Main to the Rev. Morriss Long of Newport. Miss Main is the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. C. F. Main of Springdale, and Mr. Long is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Long, Sr. of Newport. The altar was decorated with an arch of snow on the mountain with a$ large basket of gladioli on cither side, with greenery in the background. . The bride was given in marriage by her father and the Rev. J. K. Lack officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride wore a dress of white slipper satin with a lace yoke. Her finger tip veil of illusion fell from a whit* cap covered with tiny daisies with sequin centers. She carried a white Bible topped wth in orchid. The matron of honor, Mrs. J. P. Fulfer, of Spf Ingdale, wore a pink organdy dress with an orchid aster corsage. The bridesmaids, Miss Pauline Snow of Ozark, wore a pink organdy dress with an orchid asttr corsage. The bridesmaids, Miss Pauline Snow of Ozark, wore a yellow organdy dress with an orchid aster cosage and Miss Ann Creelimore of Paris, Ark., wore a blue organdy dress with a pink aster corsage. The ring bearers were David and Margery Wright. Margery vore a white formal with tiny )lue bows scattered over the front of the skirt and the boy was dressed in a white fitted satin acket and black trousers, each carrying a white stin pillow. Lou ~"!tta Walker served as the flower girl. 'J. P. Fulfer of Springdale, served th« groom as best man. Jery Corses of Springdale, and Eur 'aynt of Alabama, now stationed at Camp Chaffee were the ushers. Junior Oran Paris of Springdale, NO MONTHLY CRAMPS., NOT EVEN ON FIRST DAY You may be suffering needtuilv from tbe fuQCtlonaUr-nused cramps, pain and. weak, "no good" feelings due to menstruation I For --In actual tests by doctors--Lydia Plnkham's Compound stopped or gave amaiing relief of such dutresa in 3 out of 4 of the cases ... even on the very first and worst day of the monthly period I LTdtaPlnkhim'tUmixlernfiiltiacMon/ So let LJUU X. PlnPthim-n Vejrt«bl« Compound -- ar Him. (m»rowa Tibleti »lth Mdcd Iron. 8n it--t.kjn throughout the month--It docm't relieve those CT.mj» h«ck»che Jlttera--half you /eel tetltr DtloTt tnt durtni your perioi! . °H f Jtn ? ·""·' "° m functional "hot n»ihe«" ol "change of me." (Intf out haw erflq. naaum-M to for that, tool I K 1M · flKltal ef-eri .. I ·!*!·· e^RlrtellaiiBthit GOOD BREAD GOOD BUY + FRESH BREAD is a BETTER BUY + Wait for "Hot Holsum" Each Evening by 4:00 P.M. At Your Favorite Grocery bier of Oklahoma City, Okla., Mr. and Mn. Gus Crectte of Paris, Ark., and Dr. Catie Wise of Eureka Springs. Announcements * Pahala Club The Pahala Club members and their families will meet for a pot luck supper tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. E. H. McCandlcss, Sycamore Drive. Washington County Pomona Grange The Washington County Pomona Grange will meet Saturday evening at 8 o'clock at the Zion School. Births Boone's Failure At Short Puts Tribe In Tough JSpot Mr. and Mrs. Joe Edgar Brewer Mr. and Mrs. Joe Edgar Brewer of Fayetteville, announce the birth of a daughter, August 26, at the City Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Sam pi Mr. and Mrs. John Stamps of Fayeteville announce the birth of a daughter, August 27, at County i Hospital. By GAYLE TAI/BOT New York-yP)-It is sad to see Manager Al Lopez throw in the towel and in effect, concede that his Cleveland Indians are out of the American League race, for Al really thought nil boyt could do it this time. If you failed to see Al's announcement, it came the other day in the form of the indefinite benching of Ray "Ike" Boone, the Tribe's regular shortstop. That was it. From here on the Indians will play out their schedule, and the Yankees will decide how to divvy up their fourth straight World Series pot. Lopez said that, so far as he knew, Boone would be out the rest of the way and that his place would be taken, In a manner of speaking by George Strickland, a shortstop recently obtained from Pittsburgh. The man from Tampa finally made his painful derision after the jittery Boone committed three errors in one game. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thomas Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thomas of Springdale, announce the birth of a daughter, August 27, at the County Hospital. West fork Mr. and Mrs. Garland E. Brown and children of Ontario, Calif., who have been visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Brown, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Howard, left Monday to return home. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Phillips and Mrs. Eliabeth Smith had as guests Monday, Mr. and Mrs Hollls Smith and family of Dallas, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carter returned Monday night from St. Louis, where they attended several ball games. Shirley Brown accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Horton made a trip to Durant, Okla., Sunday to visit Mr. Horton's mother and to bring their daughter, Mary Jo, home. Mary Jo has been visiting her grandmother. Georgeanna Kirsch of Fayetteville is a guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mahoney, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Clark of Texarkana are visiting Mr. Clark's mother, Mrs. Ellen Clark. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Carbin have just returned from Texas, where they have been visiting a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Woods have as their guests this week Mrs. Woods' sister, Mrs. Newman Miller and children of San Angclo, Texas, and L. N. Cruise of Prairie Grove. We had been looking for it, win- dering at precisely what point the Lopez patience would become exhausted. It was a tough decision to make. He knew that, with Boone playing well, the Indians would have a chance. He must have felt, down deep, that they couldn't win with Strickland. Al went along with Boone as long s he possibly could have, and then he moved. He owed it to his pitchers. One of the first things we asked Lopez at Tucson last sprinn was whether he thought he could win with Boone, just starting his second full season, at short. It was the question uppermost in the Indians' ca^-). Otherwise, the club obviously was pretty well set, especially in hitting and pitching. Bui it has long sine* been prof- ed that you can't win a flag without a first-class shortstop. Lopez said yes, he realized better than anyone that the tall, likeable young fellow from £an Diego had been spotty last year, but that he fully expected him to settle down and prove himself a real big leaguer this, season. He was looking very deft out there in the training games, and, besides, jromised to be a whale of a hitter for a shortstop. All things considered, Al summarized, he believed he could win it with Boone. Now it can only be hoped that an extended period on the bench will ease the strain on Boone's nerves and that he will yet come back to play the brand of ball of which he is capable. Until he , does, the Indians arc cooked as pennant contenders. WORLD? uuBrsaia AT IBC StJoseph A S P I R I N SAVE.DK-NYinTMUIS.4St Coke goes with good ^^^ o When you're off for an outing, remember that Coke adds life and sparkle to the occasion. Take enough along. tOTTIt* VNDII »UthOIITY OP tm COCA. COI* COMMHT IT FAVinVHU COCA-COU tOTTUM COMPANY, MMM 1400 m ,

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