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September 6, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Vows Said At St. Joseph's NMTHWtST AtKANSAS TIMiS, Fay.ft.Yin«, Arkoimn lolurrfay, feptombtr t, 1W1 MRS. KATH1HN OOZMt IIIIIIIIHIIIHHNmimilHlllllllllllllllH,,, m ...... IIIIHIilHlllimiUIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIU Daily Calendar of Events i Sunday . . . Texts Diy, Roiririf River State Park, all day Monday . . . Business and Professional Women's Club, Ferguson's, 6:30 Hi Si Club, Sharon »nd Marveline Rise, 7 Washington Lodge One, Masonic Hall, 7:30 i^ THIS 'N' THAT ' ABOUT TOWN KATHLEEH DOZIER With one last fling before storting to school Monday morning, about 65 teen-agers of junior high age partied last night at the Country Club. There was dancing to the music of the juke box, refreshments and loads of fun for all the members and their guests. Invitations went out earlier in the week and there has been a lot of telephoning and preparation made by rhe younger set. Chaperones for the eevning were Louise and W. C. Whitfield and Willene and Bill Adoir. With all the clubs getting organized for their fall and winter activities, one group is especially active at this time of the year and that is the Needlework Guild, which has contributed much in the way of garments and linen for hospitals, orphanages, school, missions and Red Cross chapters as well as other places where its services were needed. The Ingathering is slated for next month but meanwhile the Guild has started on Membership Week with Mrs. Joe Walker, president, and Miss Mary Lou Davies, secretary and treasurer, in charge. . . . The Provisional League of Women Voters will have their first public meeting next Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the Women's Civic Clubroom, which will introduce the study of "Know Your Town" and will feature guest speaker, Mayor Powell Rhea. This will be a preliminary meeting for the first Unit Group Study which is to be held September.25, on "The Structure of Fayetteville City Government." Everyone is invited to attend. Frances ond Jack Buzbee with children, Dick and Peggy, of Hot Springs, are here for the weekend with Rose and Bill Dick McNair. Frances and Rose are sisters. They are just in time for the barbecue and picnic supper which Rose and Bill Dick are giving with Jean and Leonard Greenhaw tonight at the Greenhaw home. The H. A. Bockways and daughter, Martha, re turned Wednesday from a two week vacation a Peaceful Valley in Colorado, in time for Martha t leave again Monday for school at Conway . . . Morri Collier, Jr., is expected to return tomorrow from c week with a former classmate, John Bethal, of De Arc. Morris will enter the University this fall . . . Mr and Mrs. Carlos Phillips of Fresno, Calif., plan to leavt Monday to return home after a trip in the East one Canada and a visit here with her brother-in-law one sister, the Jim Phillips . . . Hugh and Eva Jo Browne and children, Linda Carol and Jean Marie, of Granc Prairie, Texas are here visiting with his parents, the L. L. Brownes, and her parents, the Bruce Denneys Also a guest of the Brownes Wednesday night, was Capt. Armen Mardirosian of Shepherd Field, Wichita Falls, Texas ... Jo Ann and Ernest Stanberry, Jr., are back in town and will remain here until he reports in October at Keesler Air Field, Biloxi, Miss. . . . Mr . and Mrs. C. D. Head left Friday morning for their home in Shreveport. They have been here with Mrs Head's sister, Miss Mary Lou Davies. Miss Davies is expecting her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Davies, to arrive Monday evening from Little Rock, and their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. David Davies, of Princeton, N. J. . . . Mary Howell is back from a plane trip to Washington, D. C., where she has visitec for the past 10 days with relatives and friends. Some of the University Exchange students will soon leave for their homes. Among them is Maria von Stein of Fritzlar, Germany. She is expected to arrive next week with a group of California students to be the. guest of Miss Helen Hughes. She has been in Hollywood this summer, visiting with friends. From here she wijl go to New York and home. --McRoberts Photo. Sgt. and Mrs. William Ralph Weathers Miss Pianalto Is Married To Sgt. W. R. Weathers Glassware / Fine China Gifts Housewares Catering to the Bride and Housewife LEWIS BROS. CO. Tohtitown - (Special) - Mr. arid* Mrs. Silvio Pianalto of Tontitown I _ daSgMeTM PinTS'fo. wiiS I Tillinan-Counfs Ralph Weathers, son of Mr. and I Mrs. C. B. Weathers, of Oak Grove.' The wedding was an event of 9 a.m. Friday, August 29, in St. Joseph's Catholic Church, with the Rev. Thomas Kennedy, pastor Dfficiating at the nuptial High The altar was banked with bas- tets of pink gladioli and greenerv with candles. The kneeling bench .or the bride and bridegroom was covered with white satin and lac? and pinned with pink roses and white satin ribbons. Hugo Pozza, organist, presented · program of nuptial music, inc l u d i n g Lohengrin's "Bridal -horus." She was accompanied by -eon Pianalto, uncle of the bride who sang "On this day O Beautiful Mother" by Lambillotte. Escorted to the altar by her ather, the bride wore a gown of white satin. It was fashioned with i fitted bodice, sweetheart neck- ine and long tapered sleeves The ull skirt extended into a cathedral rain and her bridal veil of illusion ell from a coronet of seeded earls. She carried a cascade bouquet of white rosebuds Engagement Told Prairie Grove - (Special) - Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Tillman of Prairie Grove, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Donna Jean, to Mickey Counts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Counts of Elkins. Miss Tilminan is a graduate of Prairie Grove High School with the class of '51. Counts attended Elkins High School. He formerly owned the Esso Station at Lincoln. Models Display La test Styles In Review Approximately 100 persons were present last night for the fashion review, given at the Darling Shop with Miss Ouida Wheeler, manager, in charge. Modeling for the occasion were Miss Joanne Cole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Cole of Elkins- V; ""lerlirc. daughter of U.D.C. Names Delegates To State Convention The Mildred Lee Chnpter of U.D.C. mcl Thursday nt'2130 p. in. with Mrs. F. W. Pitltpl. Fourteen ! members were present and two : guests, Mrs. Tom llarto o( Wash- ' inglon. D. C, and Mrs. Joseph Taylor of South Bend, Ind. Mrs. Margaret Lee read a pypcr on "Transportation during the war between the slates." Miss Irene Galloway spoke briefly on the recent Democratic primary, a f t e r : which delegates to the State Gun; vcntion w f r t r'cutcd it"' "···i · ·' as Mrs. A. P. F-ason and Mrs. P. L. Halhcoik, 'Ai!l' ;-.!lfi natf--. M i r . i H. G. Hotz and Mrs. A r t h u r John- : son Mrs. W. G. Chamliloe, prcsi- i dent, and Mrs. W. A. Guinn, vice- i president, will also attend the ! meeting. The registrar, Mrs. J. S. Bales, reported foiu* new members to be received at the October meeting, the program for which will be in charge of Mrs. Guinn. The hostess was assisted in serving by her daughter. Mrs. Chisholm. and her granddaughter. TrnprovementGroup Formed At Meeting In West Fork The West Fork Community Improvement Association was formed at a meeting, which was held Thursday evening in the West Fork Home Economics Building. ' Prior to the business meeting, a covered dish supper was served. Duel Woods, superintendent of the West Fork School, presided until officers were elected. Jona Cantrel was elected chairman of the association and Jack Hobinson was elected secretary. A Constitutional Committee was anpointed by the chairman as Henry Johns, Clyde Gooding, Ted Baker. Amanda Waterfield and Lela Carter. Mrs. Waterfield was 'lointed chairman of the committee. The following neople w e r e selected by the chairman for the Publicity Comm'ltee, Mary Rose, Vol Ravi* aiid Helen Freeze. F.nfcrt.iinmcnl consisted of singing hv Jona Cantrel, Vol Davis, Paul Davis and Betty Davis. J. W. Walker accompanied them at the piano. Those who were nrcscnt voied to hold regular meetings on the fourth Saturdav niijht of each month at 7 o'clock. The next meetina is to he held September 27, in the Home Economics Building. A not luck supner will be served before the business meeting and everyone is invited to take part. Off-To-School Girls Discuss Campus Wear Personals a full length gown of yellow net. Miss Rita Piazza was bridesmaid. She wore a full length gown of yellow net. Miss Piazza an Mrs. Taldo both wore matching choul- der length veils and carried colonial bouquets of pink asters Freddie Taldo, brother-in-law of the bride, served as best man with Richard Pianalto, brother of the bride, acting as usher. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Pianalto chose a dress of blue nylon with matching accessories and her corsage was of pink rose buds. A wedding breakfast was held at "Mary's" for the members of :he wedding party. Sgt. and Mrs. Weathers left immediately for California where he is stationed at Travis Air Base Marion Wasson; Anne Gamble, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Gamble; June Zimmerman, daughter of Mrs. Ruby Zimmerman; Joanne Wester, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wcsler; Barbara Hannah, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hannah, Ad Johnnie Claterbaiigh. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Claterbagh. Announcements · Order of Rainbow for Girls The Order of Rainbow for Girls will have installation of officers tonight at 8 o'clock in the Masonic Hall. The public is invited. Pfc. Edward England of th» US Marine Corps, who is stationed at Camp Joseph H. Pendleton. Calif., is spending a 22-day leave here with his wife, Mrs. Beatrice England, 227 Miller Street. Pvt. Clifford M. Barker of Huntsville has been assigned to Camp Chaffee for basic t r a i n i n g with the Fifth Armored Division. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Barker, Huntsville. a««',v*- ·'·· - Miss Ann Whitfield Heft) and Miss Martha Brockway ( r l f j h t ) have boon especially Interested In their wardrobes for this fall, sinre they are amon B the few from here who will go away to .chool AdmWM n,,r campus wear they are shown at the home of Ann's S n,nriparenls, Mr. and MrVr. H. OrTM Am tenos next Thursday lo enter as a j u n i o r at Cottey Junior College, Nevada, Mo., a school sponsored by me i . b. y. bistcrhoocl. ,-,he plans lo major in education while Martha intends to take a variety of couiscs with a major in art, at Hendrix College in Conway. She w i l l leave Monday and enter Hendrlx M a freshman. Ann is the daughter of the W. C. Whit field, Jrs., and Martha It the daughter of the H A Uro.hways, ^ ^^ (Puika TIMESFOTO) Jimmy A. Rogers, lithographer seaman, USN, of Springdale. is serving en board the amphibious force flagship USS Taconic, of/ the coast of Greenland. The Taconic resupplies advance bases and weather stations near the North Pole. Word has been received that Mrs. G. S. Nielsen, former Fayetteville resident, will arrive 'at -Paris Heads- Exciting Hats Reveal Hairline n,7i,n 0m V n ,| JackSOn n i " P '. Ala " lhc vrmc\,, a l and athletic coach. I middle of the month where the ,, , , , ' will remain for the winter. Mrs. I e graduated cum laude from : Niolson spent part of J u n e in Fay- j Hendrix College and also .-iludied cttevllle, and since thru has visile:!' il1 lhl? University and Northwest- in Grand Itapids, Minn., K a h u n a - ' cm University. ^^^ 0 ^^ =LS2^' ! ^^~. j^m^'K^A^. OENNIS THE MENACE" Mrs. Charles Fuvci and daugh- i lei. l.aiulm, left this morning for New York City, where they w i l l , take a plane for Haumholder.: Germany, lo join Warrant Officer ' Charles Fucci, w i t h the M2nri! Field Artillery in Baumholder. ' Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Hicks. Jr. ! of Willow Run. Mich., announce : 'he birth of a daughter, born September 4,. Mrs. Hick:; ir, the former i Jean Marie Murphy, daughter of i Mr. and Mr. Eugene Murphy. Mir, I Murphy lefl Thursday night to bo ! with the f a m i l y and take care of ' Mrs. Hicks' three other children. , I M- and Mrs. A. A. Ladon have ! h 'en call?d to Chicago. III., where : Mr. I.arlon's father, S. A. Ladon. was Injured in an accident. He is in Mercy Hospital there. tional Park Service at the meeting of the International Union for the Protection of Nature in C*- raeas, Venezuela, to be concluded Tuesday. By KfltchwH James P. Burrow, electrician's ' male first class, husband of Mrs ' Mildred Burrow of Fayetteville was among the Naval ilcsiTviKk boarding the USS Willclt Tiles'- '. day at New Orleans, fur two weeks training duty at M i a m i , Fla. Gregg Named Assistant To Chief Naturalist II. Raymond Gregg, chief of the National Park Service's Interpre- . live Branch, Natural History Di-' vision, has been promolcd to the- 1 " position of assistant chief n a t u r a l - ' 1st of the National Uark Service ' Gregg, a native of Fayetlpville and one o fthp loremost naturalists ' of the service. j(,inel the Park Service in 1933 in Hot Springs Nn- ' ional Park, after servinc w i t h the ugh .school systems of C l n r k s v i l l c Murfrccsbnro and Waldron as See -me FUHHY name COOROF HIS BWS.BIU.Y? TlMT j AtEWS WE'D BCTOK GO O07»OeT/WD(VkV/goW,« ..... ,,^,\, GENUINE LEATHER Zipper Notebooks $ 1!! McROY McNAIR Cravens BWg. 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