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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 2

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J - NfMTHWtn AMAMAS ArkmMt. TuMdoy, faptomtm 2, 1*SJ .,, MBHHMMWHHIMIHimiimilllllllllHIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIi 4 Society f Mtt KATMKN DOZM iiniHiiiiiiimiiiHiiMi mum imimiimimn Daily Calendar of Events st WMhlnfton Counly Mtdlcal Socltty, Washington Holel, 7 f: Sub D*b Club, Sug Cate, 7 f'Jtival Reserve Composite Unit, Eicon Building, 7 f With MillUry Government Group. 11214 W«t CtMcr, 7:30 T4 SporUnwn'i Cl'ib, Clubhouse. 7:30 8 O. E. S.. Mlienlc Hill, 7:30 gZeta Tau Alpha Alumnae, Mri. Ben Boynton, 7:30 SLAltruM Business-Luncheon, Ferguson's, 12 fSchanie Club. rtrguMn'i, in . Rival Reterve Electronic Company I-J Drill, Eason Building, 7 K»pp» Alpht Phi, 4S Mat Hock Street, 7:30 ' 8841 Volunteer Air Force Reserve Training Squadron, 7:30 Army n»trv«, mtt West Center, 7:80 Miss Baker Is Bride Of Lt. Davis Roftri - (Special) - Mill Penny Bak*r, dtughttr of Mr. anq Mri. F*t4t K. Blktr of tht Oak Hill Community, and Second Lt. Dtvid Clark Davii, ton ot Mr. and Mri. W. CUrttlind Davit, ot Parli, Ark., w«rt married in · doublt ring ctrtroonv »t t p. m, Friday In tht ehaptl of wiitmlnaUr rtouM in r«y*tt«vlll». Th« lUv. Mward Brubtktr, mlniattr · ot tht Prtibyttrlan Church, Ftyettevlllt, read iht ctr«mony. Organ mualc accompan- M Mr. ind Mn. Harold Doortn- voi, who Hn| "Alwayi" and "Bt- etUM". The wtddtng march by MtndtliMhn wai uMd. Tiptrt In largt ctndtlabr« II- tlumintttd tht bickiround, 'and tart* tatiktu ot ptach fltdloll ind ftttntfy wtr* uitd, the brldt, who wn f Ivtn In nurrtaf* ty h*r fatntr, wort t * balltrlna Itngth fawn of Import- tt iwlM tmbrtldertd or|indy, tuhiohtd with a high mtkllnt and bouffant iklrt, with matching mitts. She carried a bouquet of white aiten and tuber roiet. She ware a rhlneitone itudded hat with ihort veil. Mlsi Jean Alice Divii, iliter of the bridegroom, wai maid of honor, and was dreited In an orchid organdy frock, with maUhlng mltti. Her bouquet wai of pink carnations. ·ervlDf the bridegroom at best man wai Waller Nublock. Joel Kent Baker, brother of the bride, aotfd as uther. The brldi'i mother word t fray crepe drett with matching arcet- Mrlti, and Mr*. Davit, mother of the groom, wore a brown bcmbera; theitr and matching iiccejsi.r'ri. The reception following the ceremony wat held in the recreation room. The tiered wedding cake, which centered the table, wit topped with two doves, carrying wadding rings. Mm. Baker and Mri. Davit, mothert of the. bride and bridegroom, itrved the, cake an punch. j After a ihort honeymoon the young couple will make (heir home In Little Rock, where Mrs. Devil will enter the Medical School ot Technology. Lt. Davis will toon report for army duty at Fort Bennlng, Gt. Wedding Announced Mr. and Mrt. Allen L. Dunn -Andenon Photo. Dunn-Pearce Vows Said At Wiggins Memorial Church MNNIS THI MINACI ly Ketcham SI L-- 1 ·i GOOD BREAD GOOD BUY but FRESH BREAD BETTER BUY i Wait for ^ I "HOT^tt 5 · Each Evening by 4:00 P.M. At Your Favorite Grocery n Miss Mary Lou Pearcc, daughter ot Mr. and Mrt. Lindsey Pcarce of Fayetteville, became the bride of Allen L. Dunn, sun of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dunn, also of Kayelle- vllle, in a 4 o'clock ceremony solemnized at the Wiggins Memorial Methodist Church, August 24. The Rev. Arnold Simpson officiated at the double ring service before an altar decorated with seven branched candelabra and baskets of pink and white gladioli and fern. Preceding the ceremony. Miss Elizabeth Morris accompanied by Mrs. Quince Dowcll, sang "Because" and "O I*romi3o Me." The traditional wedding marches were used and during the ceremony, Mrs. Dowcll palyed "The Sweetest Story Ever Told." .. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Master Sgl. E. L. I'carcc, of Kansas City, wore a ballerina length gown of white nylon over taffeta, fashioned with a slraploss bodice and bouffant skirt. She wore a white lace bolero with a mandcrln collar and matching elbow length mitts. Her fingertip veil of illusion fell from a white laco Juliet cap. The bride carried « white Bibld, topped with cascading bouquet of fleur d'amour. Mrs. Bob Hanna, sister of the bridegroom, was matron of honor and Miss Mona Lou Cole was bridesmaid. Their gowns, of organdy over taffeta, were fashioned like that of the bride in colors of yellow and blue. They wore matching lace half-hats and carried semi-colonial bouquets of yellow and blue .asters. Miss Betty McCoy and Miss Barbara Bailey, cousin of the bride, served as candle lighters. Their identical dresses of orchid colored organdy over taffeta were styled with strapless bodices and short flaring boleros. Their corsages were ot yellow glamellias. Bob Manna, brothcr-ln-law of the bridegroom, served as best man. Ushers were Tom Llerly and James Newport. Mrs. Pcarce chosq ' for her daughter's wodding, a dress of orchid linen with white accessories. Mrs. Dunn, mother of the bridegroom, wore a gray silk dress with navy accessories. Both wore corsages of white glamellias. After the wedding a reception for the wedding parly, families and close friends was held at the bride's home. Mrs. Tommie Lewis presided at the punch bowl and Mrs. Jack Jones served the three tiered wedding cake. The serving table was covered with a handmade lace cloth. Olhers who assisted were Mrs. Noid Wilson. Miss Colleen Wilson and Mils Betty Smith. For travel the bride chose a blue linen sport dress with a white jacket and while accessories. Following a short wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Dunn are at home at 415 West Center Street. Out of town guests were Mrs. E. H. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Allen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Allen and family and Mr. SAVE WITH A GOOD M A k u N . . . Our warchoiiie u with tlicm . . . machine* inspected and adjmled by our expert SINGER mechanic!. . , . $1COO TREADLES (drip heads) ./-» ' J PORTABLE Electrics P m $ 49 5 ° CONSOLE Electrics fTM $57 5 ° On M!C only it th« SINGER SEWING CENTERS IUt*4 bcbwi SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY II S. !·* St. F«ye»e»llle Ptwm 2217 and Mr». Jay Jolm and family of Cave Springs; Mr. and Mri. Fred Pearce and · daughter, Joyce, of Bentonvllle; W and Mrs. Limey Molley and daughter, Kay. of Oravcile; Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Dunn and Mrs. C. A. Duncan of Tulsa, Okla. Delta Gamma Rushees Are Entertained Member* of the Delta Gamma Mothtn Club and Alumnae Association entertained rushees and their mothers at a brunch, Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, in the home of Mrs. James A. Robinson, 145 Highland Avenue. The "Old South" theme was carried out in a skit, "Away with the Breeic," presented by Sally Ingals, Jean Ann Joiner, and Jane Robinson. The program also featured folk songs and ballads, sung and played on * zither by Jane Robinson. Pink roses, Delta Gamma flowers, were used for decoration and the Delta Gamma colors of bronze, pink and blue were carried out in refreshments which were served to the 35 guests by the hostess. Those assisting were Mrs. Harry Va'nder- gritt, Mr*. Jeter Morris, Mra. La- verhe Meflln and Mrs. Neil B. Ingels. _ Former Residents Are Married In California Mrs. Eulah Soatrlght and George W. Dotsdn were married August 14, at Brea, Calif., in the home of Lewis Duggar, minister of the Church of Christ. The single ring ceremony was performed with only immediate members of the family and friends present. For h«r wedding, the bride wore a pink street length dress with block accessories and an orchid corsage. «KJI| The couple, for their wedding trip, made a tour of Southern California, visiting places of interest, including Catallna Island. They are nov at home in El Centro, Calif., where Mr. Dotson Is looking after interests in the Imperial Valley. . Mr. and Mrs. Dotson were formerly of Fayetteville, where h was with KGRH, and she was with the Boston Store. Reunion Held Here By Hudson Families A reunion of the Hudson family was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Cassat and daughter, Mildred, Sunday. Those who were present for the reunion and dinner are: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cassat and son, Charles Audy, of Johnson; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cassat and children, Dan and Dclaync, of Highway 16, west; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Cassat and children, Dickie end Gene of Fort Smith; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jack and daughters, Mary Cathrine and Carl* Belle, of Missouri, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. Thor Luper and children, Dale, Herman, Thor- dcan, Patsy, Donna and Jerry, of Fort Smith; Jesse Hudson and Mr. and Mrs. Alby Hudson and children, Gary and Carol, of Falrland, Okla.; Mrs. Annie Kenple and son, Virgil Lee, of Sycamore, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Venis of Fairland, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vcnis of Miami, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. John Armogoit and daughters,' Loretta and Mary Alice; Frank Armogost, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hudson and daughter, Dolly, Mr. and Mrs! Ralph Stover and children, Virginia and Rodney, all of Miami, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goheen and children, Karen and Bcrnie Ray, of Merriam, Kan.; Billy Goheen of Joplin, Mo. Announcements · Practical None* Food Sale There will be a food sale Thursday afternoon at the City Hospital Park, beginning at 5 o'clock. Hot dogs, barbecued hamburgers, pie, coffee 'and cold drinks will b% served) with the Fayetteville Practical" Nurses in charge. In Crtam Social The aenior department of Central Methodist Church will hold an Ice cream social, tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock, on the Thompson House lawn. PtluaU Qtrdtn Club The Petunia Garden Club will meet tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, with Mn. Alva Rush at her home on Rush Drive. Mildred Lee Chapter, V. D. C. The Mildred Lee Chapter of U. D. C., will meet with Mrs. F. W. Pickell, SOS West Maple Street, Thursday at 2:30 p. m. Ottrk Mudheni Club The Ozark Mudheiis Club will meet with Mrs. E. C. Thiry at her home on City Lake Road, Friday at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Spencer. Brown will be in charge of the program. Teen-Age Party, Cennlry Club There will be a teen-age party at the Country Club Friday night from 7:30 to 10:30 o'clock. Members of junior high school are invited and may bring a guest. Wuhlntton Count?' Historic*! Society Board The Washington County Historical Society Board of Directors will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Feathers, September 9, at 7:30. Personals Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Napier spent Sunday and Monday vacationing in Tulsa, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lang of 720 North Olive Avenue were recently called to LaGrange, 111., because of the death of Mr. Lang's father. On their return home they stopped at Truman, Ark., to pick up their daughter, Sally Wilkerson, who will visit them for the next two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. James Campbell, Jr., o f ' Cleveland, Ohio, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Winkle during the past week. Mr. Camphell is a nephew of Mrs. Winkle and grandson of Mrs. Alice Campbell of Gentry. Prof, and Mrs. W. A. Guinn and son, Allan, have returned from six weeks in Newark, N. J., and New York City. Mr. Guinn has been studying with the Fireman's Insurance Company of the Loyalty Group under a Fellowship provided by the company and the National Board of Fire Underwriters. Guests this weekend in the home of Mrs. H. L. Tuck, Sr., were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Kendall and Miss Mabel Shive of Pleasant Kill, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. J. Hbyston Brown of Little Rock. Mrs. Kendall and Miss Shive arc sisters of Mr kcT.su Mrs. Tuck. Mrs. Eva Lennox, accompanied by her daughter, Miss Ada Mae Sullin's, was returned Saturday from Barnes Hospital. St. Louis, in a' Wilson amtiulanee; The Rev. and Mrs. Seibert H. Haley and daughter. Jotephine, arrived last night from Waurika, Okla. Mr. Haley left this morning for Eufala, Okla., where he ii t-j conduct a revival meeting, leaving his family her* for a visit with Mrs. Haley's mothtr, Mrs. R. M. Angus, Goshen Road. Mr. and Mn. Danny Jordan have as guests in their home, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Jordan and daughter, Dorqthy, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hech- athorn and children of Ottumwa, Iowa, and Miss Jane Britton and Gerald Goss of West Memphis, Ark. OZArlC I I | HtMR BETTtR ORPAYHOTHIH6! HEARING AIDS THIft OltAT MODELS) DIXIE RADIO 411 DICKSON PHONE 1241 "Vacation Home" Dedication "Vacation Home," located at Prairie Grove, near Highway 62, will be dedicated in services to be conducted Sunday. Mrs. Ethel Tarkington is manager. GOOD PLUMBING Is a Family Affair "Bathroom and toilet vll stopped up Don't let it make you nervous Just call for *iii and we'll give you The best in plumbing service." Phone 1886 OUR FAST, DEPENDABLE PLUMBING SERVICE IS ALWAYS AS NEAR AS YOUR PHONE. A CALL TO US WILL BRING OUR COM- "PLftlLY-JQUIPPiflF T«J*K~f 7 . Rf ADY TO MAKE INSTANT ON THl^POT REPAIRS. ALL PLUMBING SERVICE C. and D. Plumbing Company Shallow ind Deep Well Pumps 231 W. Mountain Phone 18S6 · RICH, THICK PILE ON .OTHSIOHI RUGS CONVENIBIT CREDIT TERMS STUMP FURNITURE GO. 603 Wtsf Dickson FoyttttvilU Phont 3112

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