Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 28, 1952 · Page 2
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 28, 1952
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KATHUM DOZM MMMMMIMHIMHIIIIIimMimiHIIIIIIIIimiHIlM Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . · Family Supper, Country Club, 7 Boy Scout Board of Review, first Pnsbyterlan Church, 7 Salon 307 of 8 and 40, Legion Hut. 7:tO N. f. f. 0. C., Harmcn Piay«f»!i 7:30 V. F. W., 108H West Center, 7:» Jar West Chapter One, R. A, M., Maionlc Hill, 7:30 Vpiture 950, 40 and 8, Legion Hut, 7:30 Fri4ay . . . Contact Club, Washington Hotel, 7:30 a. m. Kayeltevlllo Board of Realtori, Ferguson's, 12 Washington Lodge One, Masonic Hall, 7:30 Williams-Hotmire Wedding Performed In Florida Drakes Observe Golden Anniversary J t if* the wedding of Miss Mary M, Hotmlre, daughter of Mrs. Bernic Hotmlre of Clfarwater, Fla,, an Charlea Melvin, Williams, son.o Mrs. Ruth Williams of Johnson was an event of Friday evenlnj on the lawn of the home of the bride's mother. The Rev. Horace Roberts officiated at the double ring ceremony In a Betting of massive live oakl before an improvised altar banked with palms interspersed with candelabra ' holding taptrs. Wedding music was presented by Miss Sally McNutt of Safety Ha,rbor,na. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Harry E. Hotmlre, Jr., were a gown of gardenia white Impacted lace, . fashioned with a fitted bodice and · chapel train. Her'»ell of illuitlon fell from a cloche of matching net She carried a wedding-ring bouquet of white orchlda, fleur d'amour, babies' b r e a t h and tricotlne leaves. , , ' Gowns of 'the honor attendants were of organdy over taffeta, each accentuated with matching gloves and pastel bouquets of tiny ro«e- I bud:. Miss Roberta Williams, sli- Uer of the bridegroom, and maid of honor, wore orchid; Miss Boots Haynle of Clearwater, bridesmaid, wore Jonquil yellow and Mrs. Jarrten. Panlplnto of Plant City, rla,,.wora lime green. ···fbo flower girl, Linda Phillips, wort white organdy, fashioned af- ttj the honor attendants' gowns, with a tiny spray of'rosebuds in her hair. She carried a woven reed basket filled with mixed summer fleweri. Candle bearers were John and Charles Lattimer of Largo, Fla, Beat man to the bridegroom was James Billings. Herbert Langford and Charles Hsughton were ush- the afternoon and a number gif s were .t «»^ i i? ta rtf"' the cik * · M r r w TM . « at the punch bowl. Miss Mamie, Drake was In charn *f «h. guest book. Mr. and Mrs. Drake were Mrs. Hotmlre chose for her daughter's wedding a gown ot blue priori, worn with a rose cor- Mge, and Mrs. Williams, mother of the bridegroom, wort a gown of aqua silk, also with a rose cor-. sag* . . , Assisting with the reception 'hlch was held, following th ceremony, were Mrs. Lois Kerne f Largo, Miss Ann Barry Junedln, Fla., Mrs.' C h » r I e laughton of Tampa,'and Mrs. J MNNIS THI MENACE Kttehim 'COO.CJ BREAD FRESH BREAD \s a C. Billings of Plant City. ' In the fall, Mr. and Mrs. Williams will return to Abilene Christian College, which they both attend in Abilene, Texas. Iris Clublfeefs For Coffee And Morning Program Yesterday morning at the home of Mrs. F. F. Nonamaker, the' Iris Garden Club met at 10 o'clock for a cbftoe. The home was decorated throughout with arrangements of Wild flowers. Mrs. J. A. Joiner presided at the coffee service. Guests in-, eluded Mrs. Brycc Davis. Mrs. J. C. White, Mi«s Valerie Vork, Mrs. H. E. Hallln and Mrs. Lillian Helm of New York City. Roll call was answered with plants of other countries in my 'ard. 1 Mrs. Leroy Burrls gave a alk on "garden reminders for September. Various members brought picnic able arrangement of flowers, and or this Mrs. 1. J. Kirkpatrick won. irst.'place. Mrs. M. W.- Williams won'second. Guest speaker for the meetin* wns Mrs. Hallin, who talked on (lowers of the Canal Zone." She displayed paintings of some of the flowers. , A lighted birthday · cake was presented to Mrs. E. L. Romans in observance of her birthday. Officers Elected By Rainbow Girl Order Fayettevllle Asseiribly 14, at the Order of Rainbow fbr Girls, returned Saturday evening from a three-day camping trip at Lake Fort Smith. Entertainment . consisted of games, hiking and swimming. 1 Chaperons were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ray and Mrs. Charles Wood. Transportation was provided by Tom Wilkinson and Buren Nichols. After their return, a meeting was held Tuesday evening In the Masonic Hall, at which time officers were elected as: Worthy advisor, Val Ann Witson; worthy associate advisor; Rhonda : Rhodes; -chafity, Dixie St. Paul's Teachers Meet At Shirley Home Sunday school teachers of S Paul's Episcopal Church met la night at the home of Mrs. Ogde Shirley on Assembly Drive, for cooperative dinner. About 3 teachers attended. The evening was spent In di cussing and making plan? for tj "jmlng year. It was announce ..iat Rally Day would be held Sep tember 14. P.T.A. Chairmen Coll Meeting At Farmington A special called meeting of th Farmington P.T.A. committee chairmen was held at the cchoo Monday night at S o'clock. Mrs. Stamfis opened (he meet Ing with a prayer,- after which th minutes of the last meeting \ver read by the secretary, Mrs. Ome Rouse. Mr. Hansard discussed the school and conditions for the com Ing year. , record*r;i»nlce . . A l l other appcflntmtnts will be, announced .'it a .later-date. · ' A .rummage sale was' announced for September 13. - . . ' . ., · White Rock Club Meets To Discuss Fair: Booth "/The White Rock Home Demon- Jjratipn C(ub met Tuesday evening with nine members present. The meeting opened with group 'ilng- Uig and prayer *y Mrt...,lYed Maycs, followed by a prayer 1« by Mrs. Fred Mayes. ..The devotion by Mrs. Freda Miner was given, after which the group dlscusaed plans for the Fair Wait for "Hot Holsum" Each Evening , by 4:00 P.M. At Your favorite Grocery f PLACE YOUR LOAN HERE AND GET THESE ADVANTAGES lenders rVo pay borrower Intorott on kit tax and Inturamo monoy Them ore many oriior ADVANTAGES n having your loan al homo llh thli FRIENDLY INSTITUTION FAYETTEVILIi BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION CTA wry, L , Dmo Bostonians SPRUd £9*7* tnwuCJf set you opart os on auHwttfy «i good leather, good looks, taste. ·apth. HcttaiM* for the meeting were Mn. Orvil Beeka and Mr' Elmer Am«y. Henlcy-Fcrrell Engagement Told ,,*»««"· Arkv(Speclal-Mrt. Jack Henley of Rogers announces the engagement and approaching mar A?I** ? *? r dau « ht « r . BtaUie, tc A f l l e n L Ferrell. ion of Mr. an »»· L. T.. Ferrtll,- also of Roger Mist Henley wai a member the 1M2 wWUrn GrovtlSdu "« «'»«· Sh,,.waj a member o »e basketbitt;::,t»»|ir-for r 4br» w «" t * T 5, B *n,'''«leihoh« Company "f-'·"··U, a graduate of R 0 g «* High School, 1$ an Eagle Scou and is now assistant scoutmaster of a Rogers troop. He it employed month. The first meeting will M « ??« ln *y nt*Ung which is to be . "If' f« r « u « on » Cafeteria, Sep tember 3. The club also decided to hold rummage «ale, for which no dat was set. Announcements Alfrusa Board Meets : a Wting of the AHrusa oard, held yesterday at the home L.w«i Sue Garrett Keller, it was to hold monthly meetings BEEF STEW Washington Lodge No. l wil meet tomorrow evening at 7:3( o'clock fwr work in the E.A. de- free. C.«ntry Club Dinner Party Reservations must be in by Saturday at noon for ttir *i K ik dinner which will be given at the Country Club Saturday uijgit at 7:SO o'clock. Dancing will follow. Reservations ma'y be made by calling 23M-J or 1003. Personals ;CharIes Wagnon, USS Brinkley Jan, docked at San Diego, Calif., Tuesday after eight months combat duty in Korean waters. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ray have as their guests this week, Mrs. rtary Faucett and daughter, Janet, nd Miss Sue Branch, all of St. Louis, Mo. v Capt. Roy V. Hunter, 531 Hunts- ille, Street, arrived recently at ^amp Polk, La., from Korea, and as been assigned to the 37lh Dl- Artllltjr |7th Infantry PI-1 tJoa. Ohio National Guard. IHwil IJeh MUu. MUt «·»«.. iM ««l«ini« emWtairr*** tOM You know you're right when you give the Elgin Laur-I or Elgin Dunbar. For these are approved by students frcfh Maine to California for modem good looks.- They're -ihining example] : of the imart style and superb accuracy young people want most in a watch; Come in and see the wide teleclion of Elgin Watches that have already made the grade on the campus. twr Ifh, mat tit, fegh, IMS ft. h«rt fet MM, V Kennan Jewelry Co «k U IAST CBtntL M40M PHONC 340 A l W A Y S F I R S T O U A L to End-Of -Month a CLEAN-UP Bjj SAimiGS Ijj EVERY DEPARTMENT ° F RANGES AND ODD LOTS OF BETTER MERCHANDISE GIRLS' DRESSES $ · Btttor Stylti in Summtr Fabrici. New only · Sin Rang* from 3 to 14 · Not All Sim in All SfyIts Women's Blouses $ · B«n«r Quality Bloustt · Rtducod BtcauM Sixes Ara Brokon ·Whites and Pastels · izei 32 to 38 WOMEN'S DRESSES · Better Summer Dresses · Choose from Bembergs and Rayon Crepes, Cottons MEN'S SUITS 1 (MALL WOOL · Single and Double ^ Boosted C · Regular, Longs T · Color, Ton,. Grey · Broken Sixe and Color Ronge ·38 to 42 BOYS' WASH PANTS Only JO pii r o f | hM , ,, 13«U U**' OUl price. Sites 1 SLIONT1Y SOILED MOKIN SIZE RANOES S L I P S SHORTY PJ.'s Hurry for these Nol aH iliot In ovory Htm.»to 40 ·Sizes 9 15,10 lo 20 ·Prink and Florals ·Only 1 and 2 of a kit*, of i style GIRLS' SI»ORTSWEAR Shorts- Knee lenglii Shorts AND SHORT HALTER SETS ·Sport Denim and Twill in ··"-'·'· Growing Girlt Sportswear · SIZES 7 ot 14. Not All Sizo. in All Styles S' WEAR BARGAINS JHIRTS-POIO SHIRTS · Short Sleeves, Cotton ond Rayon Print Shirts. Sizes 4, «, «. · Short Sleeve Polos. BrigH Colors. Siz« in K. IK a $ 1 51-15 DENIER N Y L O N S Full fashioned Nylon Hate in fall shades. Slaes I to 11. 67 JUMBO GARMENT BAGS RAYON MARQUISmi PANELS Dm* up thoao windowt "·W r WlHl tTMM ·Clear Luitrous Appearance ·Color, Ecru Siie 42x72 $166 1 SUMMER FAMICS' LINGERIE Ovr to* Quality REOUC» · Shorty Oownt, · Oowna · ·rakon iltoi, 11 to 40 $133 1 SUMMER P U R S E S One group at dote-out^ price. Pouch*, or bo*r UTlea. 77' REKAT OF A SILIOUT DRESS SHIRTS In tlmt for bock lo xhool woor. MotorM-lremkleth Cotof-WW,, Floure* Siiot-M to 17 $|66

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