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2 MOtrHWni ARKANSAS TOMS. HryMMvNb, Arkantw, Wednesdoy, September 1, 1*52 Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . "fcaval Reserve Electronic Company B-8 Drill, Eauon Building, 7 $«ppa Alpha Phi, 45 East Rock Street, 7:30 8041 Volunteer Air Fore* Reserve Training Squadron, 7:30 , Army Reserve, J 1 2 W West Center, 7:30 Thursday . . . Rotary Club, Washington Hotel, 12 'M'lldrcd Lee Chapter, U. D. C , Mrs. F. W. Plckell, 2:30 Family Supper, Country Club, 7 American Legion Auxiliary, Legion Hut, 7:30 Baldwin Commandery 4. Masonic Hall, 7:30 Miss Pourron Is Married In Double Ring Ceremony Ro|eri-(Speclal)-The marriage f Miss Grace Elizabeth Pourron, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Bpurron of Rogers, to Farrcn Mark Sadler, son of Mr. and Mrs Ry F. Sadler of North Little Rock, was solemnized at a double ring ceremony at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon In the sanctuary of the First Presbyterian Church In Rogers, An arch of emerald foliage with baskets of white gladolf, formed the setting. An arrangement of white gladioli was placed on the choir rail with palms of foliage on either end. The ceremony was read by the Rev. Alfred Gerdel, pastor of the church. Mrs. Wlnfred Ci'oxdale, organist, played a program of traditions! wedding music, and Mrs. Herbert R. Smith sang "Through the Years." · The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length fown of White lace and nylon net over white satin, with a high collar and bouffant skirt. Her bridal veil of illusion wit fingertip length cascading from a matching £ 3Kce cap. She wore long Itce mitts, ifld carried two white orchids en. iclrcled by an arrangement of feathered earnatons. Her only or- nnment was a pin which belonged .to her paternal grandmother. Her maid of honor, Miss Lola [Walton of Charleston, wore in 'orcfild floor length gown ot lace jtmd nylon net over taffeta, with matching short lace mills and a hat completing her costume. She icarrled a crescent arrangement of iglamellos. Bridesmaids were Miss ·Katharine Pourron, sister of the .bride, and Miss Shirley Kalb of iSlloam, Springs, who wore pale green dresses Identical to that of .the maid ot honor. They carried baskets .tnums. of yellow chrysanthe- Edmiston Keller Wedding Plans Set For October I'niirlc Grove - (Special) . Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Edmiston of Prairie Grove, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Dorinc, to George M. Keller, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. fJroi'gc Wash. M. Keller of Tacoma, The wedding will he an event of Siilurday evening, October 25, nt St. John's Episcopal Church in Kctchlkan, Alaska. Miss Edmiston was a graduate of the Prairie Grove High School in the class of 1048 and attended Norlheaslern Slale College, Tahlcquah, Okla., where she was a member of the Delta Sigma Ep- sllon Sorority. She Is now employed at Ihe Miners and Merchants Bank in Kctchlkan. Mr. Keller attended Washington State College, and Reed College, Portland, Ore.; University of Missouri; and is a graduate of the University of Washington in the School of Pharmacy, where he wa a member of the Sigma Alpha Ep nllon and Kappa Sigma Fraternl lea. He served in the Army Ai Corps und Is now with the Harry Race Drug Stores in Ketchikan. Their plans arc to leave immcd otcly after the wedding for a trip o the Hawaiian Islands, the Wes Const and- a visit with Miss Ed- mlston's parents in Prairie Grove before returning to their home in Alaska. Huntingfon-King Vows Pledged In Divinity Chapel Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. King of Bethlehem, Pa., announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Anne Cornelia King, to Forrest Kay Huntlngton, son of Dr. and 'Miss Main*' H. Huntington The wedding wa man was Bill Miles, of Paragould. David King of Clarksvllle and Bill Rail of Russellvllle, were ushers. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Pourron wore a printed navy blue semi-sheer dress, wilh navy and while accessories, and n corsage ot white carnations. Mrs. Sadler, mother of the bridegroom, was gowned In navy blue, with navy and white accessories, and a white carnation corsage. The reception was held In the church chapel, which was decorated with seasonal flowers. The three tiered wedding cake, topped by wedding bells, and punch were served by Miss Isis Pourroh, of Wichita, Kan., aunt of Ihe bride. Miss Put Hathaway of Charleston, Mrs. Gene Weaver of Rogers, Miss Mary Overtoil of Greenwood, and M(fi. Bessie Willard of Bedford, Okln., aunt of Ihe bride. Miss Roberta Kcggln I ) presided at the bride's book. For travel, Mrs. Sadler was at- j or c "leaving""their"' llred In a nnvy blue dress wilh nney accessories. Following the reception the couple left for n ihort honeymoon, after which they will he nt home In Clnrks- vllle, where Mr. Sadler will be n member of the College of the Ozarks faculty this fall. Other out-of-lown guests Included Mrs. J .M. Sadler of North Little Rock, grandmother of the bridegroom, Jimmy Sadler, North Little Rock, brother of the bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Winfree and son, Earl, of North Lit';': Rock, William King of Clnrkt- vllle, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Holt* ot Joplin, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. George Watson, Sr., had as their gucits for the weekend, Mrs. Watson's biolhcr- in-Iaw and slsler, Mr. and Mrs. Wiener Roast Given For Hospital Aides Miss Beverly Johnson and Miss Kathleen Harlo were given a farewell parly and wiener roast Friday ecvning by the nurses, nurses aides and other employes of the County Hospital. Both girls re- 1 Miss Harlc positions as Serving the bridegroom as best Fred H, Baker, of Pillsburg, Kim. ·DIN NIS THE MINACE By Ketchom »-3 lets Tnan rho Coif of Cai for Driving/ KANSAS CITY · SHRIVIPORT · NIW ORLEANS IAKI CHARUS · IIAUMONT · PORT ARTHUR 1,11 rM 7,49 FM Cr*w VHAM 7, ISAM 1»PM 10,41 PM 7i43 AM 3iW PM-tr. 1 1,1] PM-T,. 1 l.M PM-ll 3 1) AM 11,10PM fa torn, Icvta an Cud L ·. fan, AfMt, Sltom f print* ill* nurses aides lo take nurses training. Miss Johnson Is going lo the Baptist Hopitnl In Little Rock, and Miss Harte is going to Barnes Hospital In SI. Lnuis, Mo. Hostesses for the party were Ruby Drown, Alice Page, R. N., and Winsome Chrlstenson. Other Ruesls who altended were Carol Hunt, R. N., Eva Murray, LsVclle Watts, Morva Combs, Donna Brindle und Loualla Taylor. Rural Letter Carriers Hold District Meeting The National Rural Letter Carriers Association of the third con- Krcsslonal district held a Labor Day meeting at Ijake Leatherwood on Labor Day. Preceding the business meeting was the annual fish fry. More than 100 pcr- fions were present from 11 counties. The following carriers, along with their families, from Fayetteville attended the meeting: Hnrvcy Phillips. Robert Thomas, C rover Couch, W. Ike Cook, Hugh Pond (retired), and Jack Carlisle. Ike Cook was elected first vice president and Jack Carlisle was named reporter. The Christmas mcctinR will be held nt the Christian Church in Fayetteville. Family Reunites At Danner Homeplace Those present for a familv reunion which was held al the banner home place, Route One, Saturday evening, were: Mr. and Mrs. John Danner, Fort Smith; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Danner nnd children, Joe and Louise, Tom nnd Hobcrt Danner and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Smith, all of Elkins; Krncst Danner, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Danncr, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Wood and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Chidcster, all of Fayclle- ville; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fal- lln and children, .lirn and Barbara, of Corcoran, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Filch and children, Dana and -Frankic, Hindsvlllc; |hc Rev. and Mrs. Wayne Danner, West Fork; Mr. and Mrs. Hosca Chidcster and daughlcrs of Pryor, Okla. Texons To Meet For Day At Roaring River Former Texnns, who arc now making Iheir homos in Ihe Ozarks, will meet Sunday for Texas Day. which will be held at Roaring Rivor Slale Park, Cassvill-. Mo by the-Texas Day Association. All former Trxans are invited lo come nnd bring their chuck bn.skots for (he all-day meeting. Dr. Mclntire To Speak At Joplin Meeting Dr. Curl Mclntire of CollinRs- wood. N. J. president of the In- lcninllon.nl Council of Christian Churches will o f f i c i a l l y open a National Christian Americanism Convention, Friday night nt Sag- mount Christian Resort, Joplin, Mo. The meeting which continues thrnugli Sunday Is being sponsored by F.vnngellst Billy James Itor- Kis nnd his religious organization, Christian Echoes National Ministry, Incf Or, Mclnlirp arrived lint week In the United 8(010.1 from Kurope, where he hnfl lectured this sum* mcr In several nations. On Ihe program with him will be Don Hpll. former news commentator; John Frank, president of the Kranknmn Pollcrles of Oklahoma; (llfnn O. Young, Crusading Attorney of Sapulpa, Okla.; Mr, liar- gl.i nnd others. Mrs. Robert Fayeltevllle. performed Ihe morning of Augui 16, al 11 o'clock, In the chape o'. the Colgate-Rochcsler Dlvinit School, by the Rev. Bruce Hanson Miss Linda Fabry was maid honor and Roberl Hunlington Boston, Mass., served as best ma for his brother. The ushers wer Huntinglon Mavor and L. Bur roughs Vought, classmates of th bridegroom. A reception was held followin the ceremony at Guy Michaels Reslaurant. Mr. and Mrs. Hunlington an both graduates of the Universit of Rochester. Mr. Huntinglon i now a student at the School Medicine of Ihe University ister. Ciccolini Concert To Open Season For U.A., Association The joint Fayetteville Commun Ity Concert Association--University concert series wil ooen Octobei 27, when Aldo Ciccolini, pianist will appear at the University Flelt House. Season tickets to the concerts will be mailed soon to association members. Besides the young Italia: pianist, the series will include th St. Louis Symphony Orchestra on December 4, the De Paur Chorus on February 5. and Ossy Renardy violinist, on March 4. Ciccolini, who was born In Naples, studied at Ihe Conservatory there. He won a series of wards In Italy, before going to Paris In 1940 to enter the Marguerite Long-Jacques Thibaud Contest. Competing with 98 other pianists from all over Europe, he won the grand prize. He made his American debut with the New York Philharmonic Symphony ii 1950. The Fayetteville association has members in 'Springdale, Siloam Springs, Bentonvilc, Rogers Prairie Grove, and Fayetteville. Young Mothers Club Meets In Keener Home The Young Mothers Club me Tuesday evening at the home o Mrs. Verna Mae Keener. Thi meeting opened with the devotion Riven by .Mrs. Reba Workman Roll call was ansewerod- with helpful household hint." The mystery package was won by Mrs. Irene Neff and game prl zcs went* to Ina Ezcll and Reba Workman. It was decided- to con tlnue the night meetings durini the winter. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Mildred King, September 23 DA Carillon Series Will Begin Sunday Francis Mcdaris, University ^cllmastcr, will present a scries of Sunday evening recitals on the University carillons, beginning Sunday. These programs are designed as twilight concerts and .he time will vary as the days ;row shorter. The music will include both re- ipious and secular selections, and feature "The Tears" by Rachmaninoff, especially arranged or the carillons by Medaris. the Festival Tc Dcum" by Williams. )ebussy's "Clair de lune," and a group of favorite Irish and Scotch melodies. Sunday's program will be heard it ft o'clock. Announcements · 'armlngton P.T.A. The Farmlngton Parent-Teach- irs Association will meet Monday le a pot luck supper at 7 o'clock e a pot luck supper at 7 o"clock nd the business meeting will be ailed at 8 o'clock. Auxiliary Meeting, Dinner The American Legion Auxiliary will hold a regular business meel- Ing tomorrow at 7:30 p.m., in the Legion Hut. The auxiliary will also have a membership dinner Friday at 7:30 p.m. in the Hut. Shamrock Club The Shamrock Club meets wilh Mrs. Ralph Sanford, 320 Ila Street, Thursday at 2:30 p. m. Births Mr. and Mrs. Paul Young. Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Young, Jr., of Fayctlevllle, announce the birth of « son, September 3, t the County Hospital. Mr. an* Mn. Loals Leenarfl Flanalle Mr. and Mrs. I.onls Leonard Plinalto of Springdale, announce the birth of a daughter, September S, at the County HoaplUl. The American Negro Is a new race of people whoie ancestors represent mnny trlb«i In Africa with admixtures of while and in- dim blood. A STUDENT at Farmlngton Teachers College, Norma Lee Collins, 19, has been selected to represent Maine in the "Miss America" pageant at Atlantic City, N.J. She aspires to a Masters Degree in home economics. (International) Personals York and back to Germany. Children of Mr. and Mrc. dill Heerwagcn, Shcrrlll and Bill, Jr., arc here for a 10 day visit with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heerwagen. The Bill Heer- wagcns will move to Dallas, Texas, October 1. Mrs. Bobby Conine left last night to join her husband, Bobby Conine, BM3C, USN, who has been attending school In Seattle, Wash., for the past three weeks They will go from Seattle to Kodiak, Alaska. . Dr. Troy Hendrix, head.of the department of physical education at the University, addressed a preschool workship, held in Bentonville, Tuesday. His topic for discussion was "Improving the Physical Education Program in the Public Schools of Arkansas.' -Orion in News J Charles W. Nelson has accepted a position as fisheries management technician with the Florida State Qameand Fish Commissions, with headquarters at Lake Harris, Lees, burg, Fla. Nelson received both his B. S. and M. S. degrees from the University. Mrs. Nelson and their daughters will join, him In Leesburg, later in the fait: Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Spicer and son spent the Labor Day weekend al Norfork and Bull Shoals lakes. ( Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rozenkranz of Fayelteville spent Sunday wilh Mr. and Mrs. Paul Keown and son, Paul, Jr., at Slihvell, Okla. The Herman Tucks left Sunday on a business and pleasure trip to Memphis, Tenn. They are expected to return loday or tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Coe relumed from a wedding trip to Kansas City, Mo., Minneapolis and.Duluth, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Holz of St. Louis are here for a few days, vis- iling his parent, Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Hotz. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Blood were their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Smith, and ton of Stillwalcr, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Cart- wrigth left yesterday to return to their home in Ann Arbor, Mich. They have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jere Block for the past week. Dean and Mrs. John Shoemaker and daughters, Kathy, Eleanor, Trudy and Audley, are visiting in Little Rock, with her mother, Mrs. Richard Baldwin. Miss Retha Thomas and Miss Rheta Pence have returned from a week's vacation in St. Louis, where they attended the ball games and opera. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Wilson, Jr., of Idaho Falls, Idaho, announce the birth of a daughter, September I. Mrs. Wilson is the former Bobetle Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Williams. Mrs. F. N. Gray is in Verona, M. J., where she attended the wedding of her granddaughter, Miss Frances Sue Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Smith. Joe E. Goblc, 340 Arkansas Avenue, is attending the biennial Conclave of the Acacia Fraternity, Ingerborg Reisch of Berlin, Germany, an exchange' student here at the University last year, is visiting in the home of Miss Helen Hughes before leaving Saturday night for Chicago, Toronto, Canada, New York and home. Miss Reisch spent the summer as counselor at a Girl Scout camp near Denver, Colo., and with relatives in Louisiana. Mrs. Bertha Campbell returned Saturday night by plane from a two-week vacation. She visited her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.'Richard D. Lewis, ind their son, Rickey Dale, in Houston, Texas. In Orange, Texas, ehe visited her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hembree. Her son, Lt. Doyle Ray Campbell, stationed it Fort Sill, Okla, visited her in Houston, for a week. Mrs. Ernest Stanberry, Jr., left this morning to meet her husband, Sergeant Slanberry, who arrived by plane this morning at the Tulsa airport from San Francisco. While in San Francisco he was entertained in the home of the Rev. and Mrs Rudolph Woodruff, formerly 'of Fayetteville. James Stewart, accompanied by his brother, Charles, Tommy Chaf. fin and Joe Fred Starr, left this morning for St. Louis, where' they will visit with James Caldwell. James will leave from there in the morning to return to Annapolis Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md. BT GAIUE DEGAS, YORK --(NEA)--Jersey, it's clear by now, has an assured place in fashion for fill and winter. , ·But the Jersey story takes on .new aspects when orlon is added, thus producing a fabric that cannot ug Or stretch. It is a fabric, further, that needs very little iron- 'inf and is washable with ordinary care. Where there are pleat:, they stay in. Hemlines will not become uneven; cuffs and necklines keep thair smooth fit. Such fashions are of special interest to the college girl and to ·her career - girl counterpart. MeithBr have unlimited funds for NEA Weman's Editor clothes nor for the upkeep of their 1 wardrobes. Anything that fabric and fashion people can do to giv3 them clothes that are fashion-righj and practical, too, is in the nature of a real service. The popular middy (left) is in a soft Jersey that's orlon-and-wool.' Sleeves are three-quarter lengthj There's a high, round neck to be used as a jewelry foil. The hipu'na is finished with a snug cuff, JMS- above the permanently pleated skirt. ' The same fabric is used (right)) for a dress with wide-ribbed band at the waist. Cuffs are ribbed, toe/ and skirt has permanent pleats. . Recent guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Lewis of Farmington were their daughter, Mrs. W. M. Reinhardt, and children, Janice and Billy, of Little Rock; the Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Kerr of Meeker, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Cline and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bunch of Celina, Texas. Mr. Cline is a nephew of Mr. Lewis. Advertise in tbe TIMES--It pan. he Arkansas State'Board of Ref- | The first synthetic yarn was stralion for Professional En- j spun in the United Stales in 1910. [ineers, of which he is president. " He will then go to Chicago to attend a meeting of the Engineering Manpower Commission of Engineers Joint Council on September 7. While in Chicago, he will attend the Centennial of Engineering. Neptune is the outermost of the known planets of the sun. The current Geneva Convention, signed in 1949, requires a nation to give the enemy complete and accurate lists of prisoners of war taken. TttUT WTTU ONLY49/ St.Joseph ASPIRIN Dry Eczema Itch Quick, tailing relief--skin , toothed and softened with : Oil-rich* Resinol OINTMENT-.'Contain lonofe Mr. and Mrs. Ira Ralph Titus of Pecos, Texas, his brother, E. A. Titus, and his wife of Weatherford, Texas, have returned home after visiting here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Titus, who have spent the summer with their daughter, Mrs. H. H. Runyan, in the Zion Community. The occasion was the 65th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. being held in Chicago, 111. He is ituS| who returned ' wilh the \ r , on :he son of Mr. and Mrs. Gim j t 0 pecos Goble of Walden, and a student at the University. 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