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r · ;·· T--·NOtlMWBT ARKANSAS TMMS, fay»Ht»Hle, ArkeirMt. Thundoy, September 4, I»SJ .llllltll-'IIUIUIIIMIIIIUIIKItllllllllllHMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIMIIIIIIII oce MRS, KATHlfIN DOZItR IIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMI Daily Calendar of Events Tonight . . . Family Supper, Country Club, 7 American Legion Auxiliary, Legion H u t , 7:30 Baldwin Comnnndory 4, Masonic Hall, 7:3(1 Friday Contact Club, Washington Hotel. 7:30 s. in. Fayeilevillc Board of Realtors, Ferguson's, 12 Koyctlcvllle Association of Life Underwriters, Korguson's, (i Teon-Age Party, Country Club, 7:30 Washington Lodge One, Masonic Hall, 7:30 Mr. And Mrs. Palmer Hotz Honored With Reception A rrcpptlnn In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Hot?., who were recently married in St. Louis, waf (given bat evening by his parent!, Dr. und Mrs. II. G. Mot?, at their home on Razor-back Ooad. In the receiving line, which formed on the front lawn o/ the home, were the honored couple u n j Dr. and Mrs. Hote. Bc[re»h- mcntj were served from the d i n - ing room table, centered with a f'onil ;irr;inccmtmt of white asters, yellow and white K'adioli and yellow rosc:i. The cuke, formed of interlocking wedding ring*, was .served by Mrs. Laird Archer during the first hour and by Mrs. .John T. Calrlwell during the second hour. Presiding ·t the punch bowl during th« first hour was Mrs. W. A. Fowler and Mm. L. B. Ham, the second hour. Asilsting in the dining room were Miss Beverly Stone, Mrs. Mable Bradcn, Mrs. O. W. Mc- Mlllen, Mrs. Joe Covjngton, Mi«s Louise Chenault. Mrs. Vincent Maxtcd, Mm. Bill Bagby of Fort Smith, and Mrs. Hugh Browne of Dkllai, Texas. Those who received In the living room and hall were Mrj. H. I'.'.ten. Mits Jennnette Scudder, Mrs. L. L. Browne, Mrs. Malcolm l^awerence, Mrs. Glenn Rose, Mrs. O. J. Burleion and Mrs. George McKinney. Kennedy-Humphrey Vows Pledged In Fort Smitth The wedding of Miss Nancy Louise Humphrey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wllllani Richardson Humphrey of St. Louie. Mo., and William Dwyer Kennedy, son of P. F. Kennedy and the Into Dr. Kennedy of Fort Smith, wns performed yesterday morning at St. Bnnlface Catholic Church In Fort Smith. The Rt. Bev. Joseph A. Gallagher, pastor of the Immacu- lite Conception Church In Fort Smith, officiated. Mm. Tom Brogin, organist, and I Bob Taylor, vocalist, furni»hed program of nuptial music. Th* brld* w«i attended by Miss Betty Kennedy and Miss Meredith Oendall of Fort Smith. George Gaarhart of Fayeltevlllc tervcd u but mm to the bridegroom and Flnlcy Tapered luler of Indian- tpolls, Ind, and Jerry Flocki were when. A r*c«ptlon followed In the home of th* bride's uncle mid aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Paul McCartney. Mra. Kennedy ti the granddaughter of the late Federal Judge ind Mr«. T. A. Youmans of Fort Smith, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Humphrey of St. Louis. Mr. Kennedy is the grandson of the lit* Mr. ind Mrs. Fat O'Shca Miss Morrison Plans Wedding In November The engagement and approach- hit; marriage of Miss Joan Morrison to Gordon Wilkins, son of Mr iinrl Mrs. F r a n k WiiKlns of Fay- cllcvillo, is announced by her par- cnts, Mr. and Mrs. W.'E. Morrison of Prairie Grove. The wedding will be an event of November 15 at 4 p.m., in the Prairie Grove Methodist Church. - - Miss Morrison ha graduate of ,. , . ,,. ..,,, , , . . i thc Prairie Grove HiKh School and Convention of the tpiscop.il I Mmdct) t n c univcrsliy. She is with the Boston education at the University, where he wus a member of Phi Delta Thcla Fraterily. St. Paul's Group In Boston For Convention Those from St. Paul't Church attending the !plseopfll General j , of Fort Smith. He received hlg numlnn." Church, meeting in Boston, Mass., Sunday through September 18, arc the Rev. Darius J. Lindloff, Mr. and Mrs.'Herbert Lewis, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Lclund Bryan, Mrs. Mary C. Batcman and Urcttg ."Mien. The reefer, Mr. Lindloff, chairman for College V/ork in the Seventh Province, will accompany 22 college students to thc college meeting at Tufts College at Mcd- ford, Mass, c Gregg Allen, president of the Association of Canterbury Clubs of the Seventh Province, and 11 student at thc University, w i l l be one of the speakers at thc college meeting. Distinguished speakers of thc General Convention will be thc presiding bishop, (ho Rl. Rev. Henry Knox Shcrriil, who will make an address at the opening service, and the Archbishop of Canterbury, the most Aev, and the Rt. Hon. Geoffrey K r a n u i s Fisher, who will address the Joint Session on ."The Anglican Com- now employed Store. Mr. Wilkins graduated from FayclUwillc. High Schnol, aftei which he attended the Universlij j where he was a member of Pi i Kappa Alpha. He is at present employed in Milwaukee, Wts. Alfrusa Meets For luncheon At Ferguson's DfNNIS THI MINACE By Kttchom AHrusa members met yesterday noon In Ferguson's dining room for their firnl luncheon meeting of the 1952-53 year. The president, Mrs, Sue Garrctt Keller, presided. Miss Sue Marshall of Little Rock attended as R ffucst of the club. No formal business was lrn IKS acted. Tlio next regular luncheon incelinjt will be held Thursday, September 18, and will inaugurate the year's formal program. Rural Builders Give Showers At Morning Meeting IT'S lUIJffftfZjO/ /^/Pittsburgh WALLHIOE SATIN FINISH NOW'S THE TIME TO DO YOUR Fall Decorating For Winter Cheerfulness COMPLETE DECORATING SUPPLIES · PITTSBURGH WALLHIOE RUBIERIZED SATIN FINISH Moy ba used on walls and woodwork alllc*. Conm In oil tho now Fall Tones, and Poilcli at $5.14 par gal. · NEW PATTERNS WALLPAPER coming In daily. Moy b» mod gs Companions with Satin Flnlih Rubb»rijed . . . or paper entire room. · PAINT ROUIRS for applying paint $1.79 each. Pqn» 50c each. · HOMI WAUPAPIR KITS tl.50. · ClIAR HAfTIC to use behind kitchen range or any desired protected area, $1.00 a yard. · nn$MMON OiOtl INAMIl, one coal, )S.4» per gol. · Wl WVI I. « N. MHN STAMPS. JOHNSON'S Paint and Wollpoptr Store 9 N. Itocfc St. NMM 111 F«y«ruvilU Rural Home Builders met Tuesday morning for · coffee, given jn the basement of Son's Chapel Church by hostesses, Mrs. Hugh ndHll and Mrs Charles M. Wilson. Preceding the business meeting, i pink and blue showers were given | for Mrs. Turner Brown and Mrs.! Mrc Leonard Grecnhaw. Gifts were ' I I X pinned to clothesline* and the honorecs were given bushel baskets to place the gifts in as they were removed. The devotion, taken from the 121st Psnlm, was Riven., by Mrs. Earl CoJc nnd the proup sang "The Old Rugged Cross." Roll call was inswcred with "Something new I tmve learned about health." A Fair Booth Committee was unpointed with Mrs. Randall «s r h n i r m n n . Serving with her will e Mrs. Greenhnw, Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Cole. It wns alsn decided hat the club will sell Christmas cards, the proceeds to go into the reasury. The nest meeting.will be at the ! lomr of Mrs. Reube'n Blood, Petunia Club Entertains Six Visitors The Petunia Garden Club, meeting yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Alva Rush, was called to order by the president, Mrs. Witt Carter, and the club Collect repeated by all club members. This was followed by the secretary and treasurer's reports and the busines meeting. Roll call was answered with "Planting bulbs in the fall," after which Mrs. A. Stevens read a poem, "Thc Two Seeds." Talks were given by Mrs. Joel Smith, who also demonstrated Beauty Bird products, and Mrs. Etta Black, who spoke on "Materials to gather for winter bouquets" and ''Making compost." A reading on "Iris" was given by Mrs. Porter of Springdale. Flower arrangements were made by Mrs. Rush and Mrs. Helms. Refreshments were served to 14 members and six visitors, Mrs. Joel Smith, Mrs. Orville Travis of I Kansas City, Mo.. Mrs. Joe Wason, Mrs. Charles Brannon, Mrs. Fred Hawn and Mrs. R. E. Wagoner. Social Insurance To Be Discussed By Dobinson The Northwest Arkansas Association of Life Underwriters will hear Dr. C. H. Dobinson of Great Britain speak tomorrow night at dinner program at Ferguson's, on the subject "British Social In- iUrancc." The talk will be followed by a question and answer period, and a number of guests in addition to members of the association have been invited. Formerly at Oxford, Dr. Dob- isop has been In charge of the de- artment of education at the University of Reading in England,-? s teaching this summer* at-.trie Jnivcrslty of Arkansas, where'he aught for a period previously. He holds degrees from London University, and Qxf9rdL*nd,.tiji (el- ow of the Geological Society of lxndon. T' ' 'T.~T" icribed. "So teach us to number our days that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom," was the theme of the talk which preceded a prayer by Mr. Dykes on "The beauty of holiness achieved by a long and con- aeereated life." While Mrs. Sherman opened her gifts, "Happy Birthday to You" was sung by the group and Mr. Cooley made pictures as souvenirs of the occasion. Coffee, cake, Cokes and ice cream were server) to about 40 guests, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman chose to make Fayetteville their home, after his retirement as a Methodist minuter. 623 West Maple Street, i f t e r former Miss Lucy Harriet Fowler, ·pending the past three months daughter of pr. and Mrs. W. A. at Oak Ridge, Tenn, ' · | Fowler of Fayetleville. Sgt. Prodlce L. Herron is now serving with the X Corps in Korea with Headquarters Battery of his unit. His \vKr, Mrs. Betty Herron, resides at 710 Mission Avenue. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Dewell D. Drain announce the birth of a daughter, August 13, at the Lincoln Clinic in Lincoln, Miss Maurita Shoemaker and nephew, Terry, with Miss M;la Guard, are spending the weekend In Little Rock and Hot Springs. Betty Robinson, surgical supervisor at the Washington County Hospital, is attending a meeting of the International College .of Surgeons in Chicago this week. Mrs. Julia Ann Rogers and Mrs. Tom I . Harte o( Washington, D. C., spent the Labor Day weekend in Tulsa, with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Roberts. George Berryman, Washington County Hospital administrator, is attending a regional meeting of hospital administrators at St. Lr.uis. He will return the last of the week. Dr. and Mrs. Edward S. Amis have returned to their hrme at David Durst of the University art department has returned from the Woodstock art conference at Woodstock, N. Y., wheTe he spent last week. He also spent several days in New York City. James R. Holder left by plane yesterday from Tulsa to return to the U.S. Naval Academy in An- , nopolis, Md. He was accompanied tn Tulsa by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Holder, and Miss Janice Phillips. Sgl. and Mrs. Floyd W. Hargrave and three children returned Sunday from a tv.'o weeks' trip to Portsmouth, Va., taking the northern route and returning by the way of North Carolina and Tennessee. The Edgar A. Albins returned Sunday, after spending the summer at Deland, Fla., where he taught during the summer session at the John B. Stetson University. Before returning home the Albins made a trip to New York. Mr. and Mrs. E. Page Koetter of Pcoria, 111., who have been guests of his brother-in-law and sister, Capt. and Mrs. Sidney Guard, 224 Ozark Avenue, for the past t'.vo months, have purchased and rnov- I cd into the home of Austin N.! Fitzgerald, 423 West Louise Street. I Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Kcllow of Oklahoma City, announce the birth of s son, August 5, in Oklahoma City. Mrs. Kellotv is the There was no cnange today in the condition of Mrs. Roberta Fulbright who is seriously ill in the Washington County Hospital. Sen. and Mrs. 'J. W. Fulbright and daijghtsrs of Washington, D. C., will remain in Fayetteville for a few days because of his mother's illness. Mrs. J. T. Berry and her daughter, Mrs. Walter F. Hall, have Rone to Atlanta, Oa., where Mrs. Hall will be a member of the Bass Hish School faculty. A v;sit with relatives in Birmingham, Ala., was made en route. Before returning home. Mrs. Berry will fly to Cleveland, Ohio, to visit her son, Everett P. Berry, and family and another-son, J. T. Berry, in Toledo, Ohio. buy tents for camping. The candy will be made by mothers of the Scouts. Northwest Arkanui Rldlnf Club Meeting Sunday afternoon at 3 ociock at the club grounds, the Northwest Arkansas Riding Club will have a ride to be followed by a barbcque at the newly constructed barbeque pit, located near the concession stand. Until the end of the last century littlp but the whim of the victor governed the fate of the captured enemy in wartime. The Romans usually slaves of defeated soldiers. made Announcements · Wachintton Lodxe One Washington Lodge One will meet Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Masonic Hall for work in the EA degree. All EA, Fellowcraft and Master Masons nre invited and refreshments will be served. Candy Sale Members of Boy Scout Troop 100 of Leverett School will sell candy on the Square Saturday morning, to help raise funds to CHILDREN"" 1 IT! Helps You Overcome FALSE TEETH Looseness and Worry Xo lonser bt annoyea or leeJ iJl-at- eaie became or loose, wobbly fills* teeth. KASTEETH, *n improvtd ilka- Hut (non-acid) powder, sprinkled on leer more Comfortable. Soothing and cooling to suins made sore hy exces- ·ive acid mouth. Avoid emoarrassmcnt cause? by looeo puna. G«t rAS- i"EETH today at any drug store Pure oran«« fU* vot makes tfali specialized aspirin BO easy to take. Tableti am ft adult doM. Mv SIJOSEPH UPllll WTA HAYWORIH Ca-iturs with Glenn Ford-pt the OZARK Sunday in "AFFAIR IN TRINIDAD" At Birthday Party The Friendly Bible Class of Central Methodist Church held their monthly meeting Tuesday at the home of Mrs. William Sherman on Washington Avenue. In cooperation with Rev. Sherman, the class staged a surprise party for Mrs, Sherman in observance of her birthday. Assisting were Mrs. Sam Vancey, the Rev. and Mrs. D. L. Dykes, Jr., and the Rev. and Mrs, W. F. Cooley. The house was decorated with l.nvcndar and* rose asters a Rift from the class, as were the two birthday cakes, appropriately in- GOOD BREAD is a GOOD BUY b u t FRESH BREAD is a BETTER BUY Wait for "HOT Each Evening by 4:00 P.M. At Your favorite Grocery go to the head of the class from Enpovtd lolitoirt $37.50 On Our Clearance of Summer Costume Jewelry 50C $loOQ Plus Tax No Gift Wrapping -- No Lay-Away Hamiltons 60 50 from J diomorxii, 14k $195.00 7 Jl«rnond rinj $145.00 Credit Terms at No Extra Cost THE Gf T THAT ENDURES! TH£ GIFT THAT ENOEARSIA GIFT OF DIAMOND5 SET IN GOLD. Be sun you select your diamond carefully. Remember, no other gift you buy will giyt you 10 much pride or represent such o sound investmtn in the future._ Therefore, be assured that your diamond gives you the bttit value fo' your money Our coumeUi free. Please let us help you: Up to One Year to

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