Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 30, 1952 · Page 3
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i.iiiiiiniiii inmmiimmiHiHiiiiHiHiiiiiumiiimiiNiiwMM | Weds At Central Methodist MOtTHWgT AtKAMUS THUMB. tayMMvMb, ArkMM. hrturfey, JO, Plans December-Wedding Wedsln Morning Service Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Dinner and Dance, Country Club, 7;30 Monday . . . Ozark Council Artists and Craftsmen, Mountainburg, all day Fayetieville District Nurses, VA Hospital Nurses Home, 7:30 Farnungton Lodge, Farmington Masonic Hall, 7:30 = THIS 'N' THAT === .· ABOUT TOWN i EATHLEEH DOZIER !· As one of the closing parties of the summer social season, .Louise and W. C. Whitfield entertained a number of guests Thursday night with a barbecue at their home. Those-who attended were Eleanor and Otis Douglas, Betty and Warren Hannah, Margie and Charles Hanks, Juanita and Ernest Standley, Edna and Lpyce-Hathcock, Mildred and George Cole and his sister, Mrs. Maurice Bennett of Bauxite, Edith and Fred Stevenson, Ruby and Herbert Thomas, Kathryn and John Barnhill, Mary Louise and Alfred Hathcock, Lois and Glenn Rose, Rital and Bill Ferrell, Priscella and Dick Humbert, the Tommy Thompsons, Helen and Hal Douglas, Betty and Bill Fulbright, Mary and Hugh Kincaid, Arlene and Ewing Jackson and the Bob Flocks of Fort Smith. On the calendar for Labor Day is an all-day basket picnic at Lazy Acres, Mountainburg, home of Bernard Barton,-president of the Ozark Council of Artists and Craftsmen. New work of the members will be displayed and discussed. Bernard tells us that Hiegroup, as a member of the American Craftsmen's ·Educational Council of New York, is entitled to use the lending library of books on each craft and these will be available September 22, at a meeting at the Lutheran Church in Sprjngdale. The J. K. Gregorys have returned from a trip through the Northern states, around the lakes of Minnesota, and on up into Canada . . . Mrs. Maurice Bennett and daughter, Susan, who have been here in the home of the George Coles, left yesterday morning to return to their home in Bauxite. The Coles with son, George Robert, left yesterday evening to drive to Mountain Home, to get daughter, Nancy. They will return this evening in time to welcome Mildred's brother-in-law and sister, the John Schobeys, and three children of Warren . . . The G. T. Hudsons and daughter, Rebecca Ann, are back from St. Louis, and a visit with his family at Erie, III. They were gone about a week. . . . Dr. and Mrs. Frank D. Knox are haying a reunion with their family. Her brother and his wife, Copt, and Mrs. Butler P. Anderson of Wichita Falls, Texas, are here and returning from a two weeks trip to Florida are their son*in-law and daughter, the Donald Bruce Owens. She is the former Ellen Adair Knox. Also with the group is their son, Frank D. Knox, Jr., who has been working in Washington, D. C., for the past year. . . . Eula Hight and granddaughter, Barbara Hannah, have returned from two weeks in The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Peggy Brooks to Bob Hoskins, Airman Third Class. Scott Field, III., son of M?. and Mrs. Jack Hoskins, 216 West Spring St., Is announced by her parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brooks, 332 Fletcher Avenue. Miss Brooks is a graduate of Fayettedlle High School and is presently employed with he First National Bank. The wedding will be »n event of late Decem- -PhoM by Fuaka. Mrs. Harold 0. Lanaston Ma. William D. Boll Carlyn Clark Is Married In Candelight Ceremony In a candleliight ceremony, performed last Saturday evening at 7 o'clock in Central Methodist Church, Miss Carlyn Clark became the bride of Harold D. Langston of .Van Buren. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Troy F. Clark and he is the son of Mrs. D. M. Langston and the late Mr. Langston of Van Buren, The Rev. D. L. Dykes, Jr., officiated at the double ring cere : mony before an altar decorated with a white trellis, on which were streamers of white clematis. This was flanked by ornamental stands holding baskets of white gladioli and in the background were seven branched candelabra holding tall white cathedral tapers. A.program of wedding .music was presented by Mrs. Roy V. Simpson at the organ, which included the traditional wedding marches. Mrs. Simpson also accompanied E. O. Hawkins Jr., of Van Suren, who sang "I Love Thee 1 ' by Greig, "Because" by Cuy d'Hardclol and at the close of the ceremony, "The Lord's Prayer" by Malotte. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a- full length gown of white nylon net fashioned with sippers and a corsage of pink gladioli centered with pink asters. Mrs. Langston wore navy blue lace and her corsage was of orchids. Immediately following the wedding a reception was held in Wesley Hall. The reception line was formed by members of the wedding party and parents of the couple. Mrs. Paul Duke of Little Rock, sister of the. bridegroom, and Mrs. James Mitchell of St. Charles, Mo., served the wedding cake. Mrs. Lewis Morton of Prairie Grove, and Mrs. Thomas Glass of Kansas City, Mo., presided' at the punch bowl. Those who assisted were Mrs. Bill-Rowland, Mrs. Harry Wilson, and Mrs. R. y. Carl of Fort Smith. Mrs. D. M. Langston, Jr., was in charge of the guest book. Leaving on a short wedding (rip, the bride wore a Palm Beach ensemble, the jacket of which was natural ofclor piped in brown and worn with a brown skirt. Brown accessories complimetcd the suit and pinned to her shoulder f/as a corsage of salmon colored gladioli. The couple will soon be at home n Little Rock, where she will be at Konsqs_City, just in time for Barbara to enroll forl^jo'accentu^e^ a bodice of imported French lace. Bands of matching lace VJerc also! school They were guests of Neva and Claude Hudson. Stopping here, while making a tour of the Ozarks, Mrs. C. H Gibbons of Coweta, Okla., president of the Oklahoma Federation of Women's Clubs, and Mrs. V. B. Bollard, Wichita, Kan., president of the Kansas Federation, were guests of Mrs. W E. N. Phillips, Arkansas' president of the Federation. Mrs. Phillips says that during their brief visit the general topic of discussion was, of course, the Federation. Tommye and Jake Davis were made new members of the Town Club this week when the group met ot the City Park for a picnic and swimming party. Coffee Honors Miss Barnett Of Dallas Miss Daisy Barnett of Dallas, . Texas, house guest of Mrs. A. D. McAllister,' Jr.,. has. been honored this week with several parties, one of which was a coffee, given Saturday morning from 9:30 to 1* o'clock. Hostesses were Mrs. A. D. McAllister, Sr. and Jr., at the former's home, 202 East Davidson. Yellow satin,' damask coveret the dining .table, which was arranged with the silver coffee service and a centerpiece of yellow roses and white asters in a crysta bowl. Summer flowers were usec throughout the home. Mrs. Clifton Wade and Mrs Peter Harklns presided at the table and those who assisted were Mrs. J. M. Cook, Miss Madge McAllister, Mrs. Clay Yoe, Mrs. Floid Bird, Mrs. David McNair, Mrs. Bill Morton, Mrs. Jack Joyce, Mn. Leonard Greenhaw and Mrs. W. R. McNalr. Approximately ISO guests called between the houn of 9:30 to 12 o'clock. Miss Barnett was also guest of honor Thursday and Friday at luncheons liven by Mrs. Leonard Sreenhaw and Mri. David Mc- 'port Dance Given ty 40 Club Members The iporli dunce, ilven Wed- '!d»y nljht lit the Uark Bowl by * 40 Club, wt« alleriried by the Vowing guests: Barnett of Dallas, Texas, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Dulan, Mr,.and Mrs. Jack I. Mills of Champaign, 111., Jack Tuck and Mr. and Mrs. McGettrick of Sprjngdale. Guests were introduced at inlet mission, as were officers of the club. They are Mrs Ed Marty, president, Mrs. Leonard Lichiyter, social chairman, and Thad Rowden, treasurer. Refreshments of cokes and sandwiches were served a; intermission. Oklahoma Couple Married Here In Home Ceremony In a wedding, performed yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock, In the home of Dr. and Mrs. Spencer Brown, Miss Carah Ann Shobert 3f Sapulpa, Okla., became the aride of Leroy Canterbury, also of Sapulpa. She is the granddaughter rf Mrs. Charles A. Freer of Sapulpa. The Rev. J. Robert Moffett. pastor of the First Christian Shurch, read the vows before the living room mantel which was (domed with bouquets of red jladloll interspersed with burning white tapers. Flaking the hearth were tall sprays of red (ladloll which were alto used throughout he home. Only Immediate members of the family were present. A program of nuptial music w provided by Prof, and Mrs. D l f , *1. Mr. Bell presented a Choral Prelude by Bach, Sleepers Awake FV h V And « nt « y Schubert, . A Brahrni Intermezzo and two of Schumann's composition.. He Iso accompanied Mrs. Bell who "2.1 "O Promise Me." · The couple left afterward on i the four tiered skirt and for her elbow length mitts. Her double tiered veil of illusion fell from a lace covered Juliet cap which was outined with seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of white chrysanthemums adorned with white satin leaves outlined in silver. The bride wore as her only ornament, an antique chain with pearl pendant. Attendants of the bride were her sister, Mrs. Prentice James, ma- tronJ'of honor, and bridesmaids, Miss Mary Lu Welch of Fort Smith, Miss Amy Bearc of Jackson, Tenn., Mrs. Wade Bell, Little Roc,k, and Mrs. Dave Bowlan of Wichita, Kan. They wore gowns ol bliie'net shading into pink with pink under skirts, styled similar to that of the bride. They carried bouquets of asters tied with lace- Ion and satin. D.-M. Langston of Van Buren, served 'his brother as best man and groomsmen were William Van Pelt, George Ackerman and Charles McKinzie, all of Little Rock, Nan Clawson, cousin of the bridegroom, attired in pink net, and. Bjlly Keaton, nephew of the ical. School. niversity Med- Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. James Mitchell of St. Charles, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bowlan of Wichita, Kan.; Dr. and Mrs."w. N. Davidson of Gushing, Okla.- Mr and Mrs. B. L. Miller of Oklahoma Les Campbell, Mr. and Mrs, William Van Pelt and Mr. and Mrs. Wade. Bell, all of Little Rock; Mr. and Mrs: Wilson Reynold, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Constantino and daughter, Sabia, Miss Jo Ann Bennett. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Carr, Mrs. Cy Lollis, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Parker anrl Mrs. Jory Meadors, all of Van Buren; Mrs. Carrie Brown of Alma; Mr. and Mrs. I{. Y. Carl and son, Frank, Mrs. Fern Clawson, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Hoffman and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin McLain of Fort Smith; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Clark Huntsville; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Clark and Mrs. Bob Clark of bride, served as candlclighlers. Mrs. Clark Helm, Mrs. R. A. Barnes and Barry Parks, all of Prairie Grove; Mrs. J. R. Audrain of Tulsa, Morgan s Bride Of J. M. Eldridge Bentonville . (Spechl) - The First Baptist Church of Wlnston- Salem, N. C., wai the Htne of the wedding of Miss Genarieve Sue Morgan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Morgan of Dhahran, Saudi, Arabia, and James Moore Elc«- ridge, son of Dr. and Mrs. G. E. Eldridge of Bentonville. The double ring ceremony wat performed by the pastor of the church at 6:30 p. m., Wednesday. For her wedding, the bride chose a street length dress of blue nylon, with a blue feathered hat to match. She carried a bouquet of roses. Both the bride and bridegroom are graduates of-Bentonville High School, and the groom graduated from the University this spring. Following the wedding, a dinner was held at the Robert E. Lee Hotel for members of the bridal party and other invited guests. The couple then left for a wedding trip through the Smokey Mountains. After their return, they wil be at home in Burlington, N. C.. where Mr. Eldridge la employed with Western Electric. L.L.L. Class Entertained At Buffet Supper The LLL Class of the First Baptist Church met Thursday evening (or d cooperative supper at the home of Mrs.. Fred E. Brooks. Joe Beinc, Mrs., A. J. Nunnelly. Mrs. R. L. Stewart, and Mrs. C. E. Phillips. Twenty-five were present. members Okla. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Glass of ...ugmci:, wcuu,,,,;, - Kansas City; Mrs. Joe DeRoulhac fr i, , °, 8 " u a r t c r n o o n ,nr Alouqucrque. N. M.; Mrs. Frank frockjrfaqua lace with matching Proctnr, A t l a n t a Ga A large watermelon fruit basket was the centerpiece for the buffet style supper table, which was placed on the terrace. At the indoor meeting which followed, Mrs. A. J. Head presided. Mrs. Lowell Gardenhire zhose the subject "Hands" for the devotional She stressed the administering hands of Jesus and- the many ways in which Christians can use "helpful hands." Mrs. W. F. Thomas appointed a nominating committee to select officers for the coming year. They are: Mrs. Jacob Sharp, chairman; Mrs. J. L. Sisson, Mrs. John Shaffer, and Mrs. A. J. Head. Mrs. Lester Parkhurst was in iharge of a skit in which members icted out various proverbs Mrs Durward Campbell was introduced as a new member, and Mrs. J. D. Anderson was a guest. Assisting Mrs. Brooks were to- hostesscs, Mrs. M., N., Graue, Mrs. Annual Club Picnic Is Given By Pahala Pahala Club members and their families met at the E. 11. McCandless home on Sycamore Drive. Thursday evening at 7 o'clock for their annual picnic. The co-operative supper was served buffet style and guests were seated at email tables in the lighted flower garden. A farewell shower for Mrs. Arthur Peterson was given. She and her husband will soon leave to make their home in Wichita, Kan. Members and their families who were present are Mr. and M/s. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Don Snyder, Mrs. Nctta Brewsler. Mrs. George Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Casson and children, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Bird, Mr. and Mrs. Alden Slruebing and daughters and Mr and Mrs. Dclmar Collins. Guests were Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Evans and sons find Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Been, all of Springdale. All the members were urged to bring garments for the Needlework Ingathering, which will be held at the September meeting. Edwards-Horlon Engagement Told Bentonville -(Special)- The engagement and approaching mar- nage of their daughter, Wanda, to Johnny Horton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Morion of Hiwassce, 11 announced by Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Edwards of Bentonville. The brido-clect graduated in 1952 from the Benlonvllle High School, where she was a majorette with the Bentonville band. She was also a member of the drum corps, the honor society, FHA and Rainbow Assembly for Girls. At ^resent she Is a student at the Boh-Edlin Vows Pledged At St. Joseph's Church The wedding of Miss Marie Edlin to William D. Bolt was performed this morning at 11 o'clock at St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Father Edward Malloy officiated at the double ring ceremony before an altar banked with fern and white gladioli. Branched candelabra holding white tapers and floor baskets filled with varicolored gladioli, flanked the altar The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Edlin and Mr. Bolt Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. McLouth of Tcxarkana. Preceding the service, Miss Mary Kathryn Hoagland of f ulsa, Okla., played a program of violin music. Dorothy Oswcll of Selig. man. Mo., soloist, sinf "On This Day O Beautiful Mother," "Ave Maria" by Schubert, and "Mother At Thy Feet I Am Kneeling." Kenneth Osborne at the organ, played accompaniment and also the recessional and processional marches. The Mass was played by Mrs. Helen Barftm at the organ. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a full length white lace gown over satin, fashioned with chapel train, fitted bodice and long tapering sleeves. Her veil of Illusion was caught to a tiara formed of leaves embroidered pearls. She carried a University of Arkansas. Mr. Horton is a 1950 graduate of Gravctte High -School, where he was prominent in athletic activities. The wedding will lake place Sunday, September 7 at 4 p.m., n the sanctuary of the Presbyterian Church, with the Rev. Hubert 5. Pearce, pastor Methodist Church, of the First officiating. DENNIS THE MENACE By Ketcham 40 Club Names Officers white satin with seed white Prayer Book a.nd a large heart-shaped of carnations and white orchids. Her only ornament was a silver chain and medal and she carried a lace handkerchief belonging to her sister. Following the ceremony, a special bouquet of white carnations was placed at the feet of the Virgin Mary by the bride. Attending the bride, as matron of honor, was her sister, Mrs. Loren Pederson, who wore a gown of pink organdy over rose taffeta. She wore an organdy picture hat and carried rose colored asters. Bridesmaids were Janye Miller, Nan Carrol, Betty Moser and Betty George. Two of the girls wore gowns of lavender organdy over purple, while the other two were Mr. f Warner, Okla., were out of town . ____ __ i I .7h. t "/i' C 'I*'i. lntr , oduc '? " ' he 40 Club dince K |v " Wednesday night ?vi» « ,£ B ?Y';. ai 2 Mri ' Ed *""·'* rl « ht ' ""« "to- Leonard L?h' ' i , hi M "' M " ly wl " scrvc " P«"I°M this year and Lichlyt.r Is (he new soclm secretary. Th»d Rowden, cenier, Ire,,- h d lhc "'"" a «" n lhl " yMr n c l l r l n « °" lc «» *'« Mrs. prurient, Mrs. Dill Dultnn, vice president, and Mrs. ' · ' · · dressed In apple green over dark green. They carried bouquets of purple and rose tinted asters. Anthony Casson and Richard Madden served as candle lighters and rlngbearers were Douglas Moyer and Larry Pederson. Paula Pederson, attired In a ballerina length white lace frock over satin, was flower girl. She carried a basket of white bloosoms. Earl Moycr of Utica, N. Y., served the bridegroom as best man and ushers were Stewart Revenaugh of Chicago, 111., Max Chcync, Robert Sebaugh of Camden, and Steve SUrwyck. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Edlin chose t llf M blue Bern. burg sheer and navy blue accessories. Mrs. McLouth wore navr blue with white leeeatorlM tod both wore shoulder corsages of white gardenias. A reception followed soon after the wedding at the Campus Grill on East Dlckson Street. In the receiving line wery members of the wedding party and the parents of the couple. The table was covered in. wbitf lace over satin and was centered with an arrangement of varicolored gladioli. Punch add fln«er sandwiches were served ai was the three-tiered wedding cake, which was placed at one end of the table on a mirrored plateau encircled with pink rotes. Rotes also adorned each tier.' Mrs. F. T. Kelleher and Mn. J. A. DeClerk presided at the punch bowl and the cake was served by Miss Mary Parler. Mrs. Herbert Pond was in charfe of the f uest book and assistlnt wai Mm. Herbert Graue. Afterward the couple left on a wedding trip. For travel the bride wore a frock of coffee brown lace with dark brown accessories. Her corsage was of white orchids. On Ihelr return they will make their home here at 81S Douglas Street, while Mr. Bolt completes his premed study at the University. Among the out of town gotsto were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Smith and Mrs. Harry Hoafland and daughter, Mary Kathryn, of Tul- 69. Okla,; Mn. John Pirotil of Washington, D. C.; Mrs. John De- Clerk of Pocahontas; Charles Revenaugh of Cincinnati, Ohio, James McGhee of Little Rock; Mr. and ,Mrs. O. P. Hlllard itf Ozark. Miss Treffer Plans Early Fall Wedding Bentonville - (Special) ·nd Mrs. Vernon Treffer, - Mr. B*ri- tonvllle, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Donna Lee, to Rex W. Bair, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Balr, also of Bentonville. . The bride-elect graduated from Bentonville High School hi 1M7, and since that time has been employed by the Southwestern Sell Telephone Company here. Mr. Balr graduated from Beh- tonvillc High school In 1144, and attended the University, where he received a bachelor of sclenei degree in business administration In 1951. He is now assistant cashier at the Bank of BentonYffle. ... · The wedding wi',1 take pliee In the early fall. Glassware Fine China Gifts Housewares Catering to the Bride and Houscwif* ^J, LEWIS BROS. CO. . r 'V

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