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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 10, 1962
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NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES, Foy«rtevll)e. Arkantoi, Monday, September 10, 1962 MRS. WILLIAM CURTIS ADAIR JR. .., the former Miss Jenny Lcc Mitchell. Miss Jenny Mitchell Is Bride Of William Adair Miss Jenny Lee Mitchell, da«gh-i t e r of Mr. and Mrs. J. G l e n n ; Mitchell of Fayetteville, became 1 the bride of 2nd Lt. William Curtis Adair J r . , al 4:30 p.m. Saturday' at the First Methodist Church. The bridegroom's parents a r e Mr. and Mrs. William C. Adair Sr., also of Fayelteville. Tlvj double ring Episcopal ceremony was r e a d by (he llev. Marius J. Lindloff before an a l t a r decorated with long stemmed lea roses surrounded by while gladioli and pomixm cbrysanlhemmns. T w o five - tiered candelabi-a flanked the the chancel wilh huckleberry foliage and seven-branched candelabra. Presented in marriage by her f a t h e r , the bride ^^ I Ole a gown of Alencnn lace and t a f f e l a . The bodice was of l a c e with a circlet necklirt? and elbow length sleeves adorned al Hie waist by a cumbcr- buncl of crashed t a f f e l a . T h e shaped s k i r t had a fronl panel o f j s t c d . fashioned into a slecvcles; Alencon lace extending to the nem sheath will) scooped neckline. Al kneeling bench and rail , decorated roses was topped with a miniature bridal couple. Bouquets of white chrysanthemums, roses and gladioli wilh flcru d'amour compleled Ihe decorations for the hall. Hoslesses al the reception eluded Mrs. Herbert Forrest, Mrs. Minnie Webb, Mrs. Earl Brown, and Mrs. Fred Hunt. Assisting were Mrs. J. R. Boslon. M r s . James L. Smith, Mrs Mearl Me- Kinney. Mrs. J. 1). Eagle, Mrs. Paul T. Rhodes, Mrs. J. F. Hyland, Mrs. W. C. Whitfield. Mrs. Hugh Kincaid, Mrs. Paul Young, Mrs. Allen B.' Reynolds, Mrs. G. C. Thomas, Mrs. W. O. Shirley, Mrs. J. Guise and Mrs. Ellis Trnmbo. Mrs. Charlos W. Ouiso was in diargc of the bride's book which was placed on a table decorated with an anniversary candle and the bride's bouquet. For travcl ttie bridc chose a costume of Staron's Alaskme ir French royal blue silk and wor and was very full in the back f a l l - ing from the. cnmberlHind into a Ihe waist was a selfbelt Of Interest To W O M E N Daily Calendar of Events T w o h u n d r e d thirty-two, women students pledged ciglil sororities, at the close ot fall rush activities, Dr. D. W. Halladay, dean of students, announced Friday. The sororities and their pledges include: Alpha Chi Omega -- S u s a n Tonight.. B. and PAY. Club, Ferguson's, 8:30 Duplicate Bridge Club, Youth Center, 7:15 Beta Tau Chap. Epsilon Sigma"Alpha, 219 N. Church, 7:30 Licensed Practical Nurses, General Hospital. 7:30 142 Field Artillery Group, National Guard, Armory, 7:30 Washington Lodge 1, Masonic Hall, 7:30 Four Seasons Garden Club, 49 Garvin, 8 Tuesday... Women's Civic Club, Civic Qubrooms, 9:30 a.m. Rural Builders Club, Mrs. Clint Walden, 9:30 a.m. Civitan dub, Holiday Inn, 12 Kiwanls Club, Mountain Inn, 12;0o DA Distalfers, Nurses Home, 12:30 Order of Rainbow for Girls, Masonic Hall, 6:30 Naval Reserve Electronics Div. 8-31, Ti-g. Center, 7 9841 Air Reserve Squadron, 408 \V. Dickson, 7:30 Order ot Amaranth, Fay. Court No. 13, 2340 College, 7:30 Rcbekah Lodge, IOOF Hall, 8 Altar Societies Meet In Tontitown And Springdale SPRINGDALE (Special) - Tiie September meeting of St. Raphael's Catholic Altar Society was held last week In the home of Mrs. Andrew Penzo with Mrs. William Platt, co-hostess. The Rev. Jesse C. Cheney was a guest. Mrs. Ray Kuestcr presided and Mrs. E. J. Bogucki read the spiritual devotion article concerning excommunication. It was announced two new Catholic families have moved Into the parish. The September bake sale will be directed by Mrs. 0, D. Minesingcr and Mrs. Gordon Botes. Mrs. Minesinger, president ol the Northwest Deanery of Catholic will] criss-cross band design. The diaiv-1 (rain. Three larw s c 1 f U l e m i - f i l Chanel type jacket was rases enhanced the cmlrr back of .styled with a stand away collar llu- £ou 11. Her c-llxw length fly-away veil o/ imported silk illusion was secured by a m i n i a t u r e open crown p;lllox of matching lace with four small l a f f f t a in back. S!K' carried a bouquet of whitr sweel- hearl roses and fleur d'amour. Her jewelry w;is a double strand of pearls ami miilchiti;; earrings, a jjifl of 1)11' bridegroom. Mrs. .lames D. .lo'mi.son, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss .Inlle Perry of FaycUeville, Miss Mary Kldridsie of Augusta. Ark., and Mrs. W i l l i a m A. Pilt of Shawncc, Okla. They wore i d » n l i c a l dresses ol yarn dyed laffeta in peacock blue. and totlom front. Her accessories included a white mink hat, white gloves and black leather shoes and purse. A f t e r a short wedding Irip (he bride and bridegroom will he at home at 511 Hallmark in Killccn. Texas where Lt. Adair is stationed al l"l. Hood. Out of town guests iitckuied Mrs, Margaret Mitchell, grandmother of Itw bride, Dr. and Mrs. M. B. Vincent. Mr. and Mrs. 0. L De- Jlier, Mr. Clarence Havens, Mrs. C I!. Usher. Mr. and Mrs. FA- £ar P. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. riamice Havens Jr., all of Joplin. Mo., Mrs. Maxinc Darnell, Mrs. Charles liliss. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Forrest. Dr. and M r s. Sororiiy Chapter Installs Officers Officers worn Installed al the Thursday evening meeting of XI Alpha Epsilon Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority. The group, meeting in the home of Mildred Davis, also selected the service project for the year and h e a r d committee reports. Plans were made for an informal Christinas Card Party and t h e dale for this tentatively planned for Uic evening of Del. 25 al the hospitality room at the gas company. A book, entitled "The S t a r s Shine Through." sent lo Ihe chapter from the national office as a memorial for La Vaughn Trice was signeu by members and will be presented to Mrs. Trice's family. Program books, designed and made by Terry Renner were distributed. The next meeting will be held The filled bodices were styled with [Ierbc| . t F( , r|v ; s| ' Jr an(| ,,,. Mrs. I. C. Parker, all of Tulsa, Mr, and Mrs. Doyle Rakes, Mr. and Mrs. George Snoxhill, Mrs. Gordon Foster. Mrs. R. G. Junkins. and Miss Mary Mcrrywcalher of Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Lcydon of F-1 h c r t o n Bella Vista, Women, announced Deanei'y Sorority Pledges Named meeting Sept. 20 at the Hotel Arkansas in Rogers. Mrs. Bogucki will be hostess for the next meeting. St. Joseph's Altar and Rosary Society of Tontitown met Wednesday ervening for the September meeting. Father Jesse C. Cheney 1 e d members in the opening and closing prayers. Reports were given by the secretary and treasurer. Correspondence was r ead f r o m the Hess family and Father Earl Booth, who was recently transferred to another parish. Items of business discussed concerned a bake sale Kalurdav. Sept. 8, Northwest Deanery meeting Sept. 20 in Roger., at tiv Hotel Arkansas, beginning at 9:30 a.m., and the T u l s a - Arkansas Football Game Dinner. Mrs. Hubert P i a z z a was awarded t'ne surprise package. Branigan and Glcnna Kay Kennedy of Fayctteville; Carton Ann Berryhill of Killccn, Tex.; Jane Witkerson of Garfield: D i a n n e Day of Little Rock: Jamie Ann Fans of Bentonville; Virginia Lynn Hill of Jacksonville; Sandy Holzhauer of Gillclt; Trina Laabs and Joanne Simpson of Springfield, Mo.; Judy Crouse and Crissy Martin of Fort Smith; Donna Sue Moore of Ftippin; Margherila Searamuz/a of Midland: and Linda Thompson of Garfield. Alpha Delia PI -- Jessa-Kay Barnett of Bctilonvillc: Linda Bennett and Judy Rosiei-e of Seneca, Mo.; Mary Carol Brock a n d Frances McCarter of Shreveport. La.; Mary Nell Hetbron and Zono- a Longstreth of Little Hock: Joanne Henlhorne a«d Elaine Ives of Tulsa. Okla.; Sally Ann Brady of Crestwood, Mo.; Rebecca Cai- lahan of Walnul Ridge: Charlotte Chapman of Russellville: C a r o Crain of Siloam Springs: Marianne Crank of Foreman; Peggy Kincannon of Scotland: Sandra Kay Meador of Pine B l u f f ; Mary Mills of Augusta: Sherra Lynn Nance of Newport: Linda Lee Purdy of Fayctteville; June Sewell of Springdale; Carolyn Sue Smith of Clinton; and Jo Elk-n Woody of Soringfield. Mo. Chi Omega -- Judy Kay ams. Susan Berry, S u z a n n e Laughlin of Fort s'niifh; Lee Fan ning Brown. Susan Losli. a n d Whitney Sue Halladay of Fayette ville; Julie Headslream. Peggv McLean, and M a r y F,. Womoldorfl of Liltle Roek; Susan McCord and Kathcrine Savers o f C a m d o n ; Carol Burse of Lake Village: Beverly Rymim of Tulsa: Ann Davies of Bauxite: Diane D a v i s of Hughes; liita Foster of Tulsa: Mary Gardner of Russellville; Angela Gay Gortscy of England; Chi Chi Hargriwps of Forrest Cily: Sallj 1 Carolyn Harrington of Hele- Maiy Jane Janscn of Walnul Kouplers Hold Grove. Okla.; Artelia Hicks of tusscllville; Donna House of Morillon; Kallioleen Lowe of Gillelt; Sharon Kay Lowry of Forl Worth, Tex.; Mary Ann Morse of Ola; Suzanne Roberls of Conway; Judith Rogers of Rogers; Sandra aye Sanders of Waxahachie, Tex.; Deborah Whiling of Jacksonville; and Carolyn Sue Wood ol Mountain Home. Delta Gamma -- Frances Emily ·lall. Nancy E. Irby, Frances Fay Phelps, and Carolyn Webber of yillle Hock; Sharon Ann Austin of Joplin, Mo.; Carol Carter of Fayetteville; Lynda Dale Corotto of Port Smith; Patricia Cupples of North Liltle Rock: Lj-nda Suzanne of Rogers: Linda Kath- .een Kooikcr of Sault St. Marie. Mich.: Thrada I/ebow of .Mena; Sandra Kay Liltle of Coffeyvillc, Kan.; Sharon Moore of Shrcve- iiorl, \A.; Helen Frances Pope of Washington, D.C.; Maiy Pottorff of Viniy Ridge; Joyce Ann Wil- nelm of Springdale: and Judy Kay Woodell of Clinton. Kappa Kappa Gamma -- Barbara Anderson, Donna Lynn Bell, atid Nancy Trip]) Ke?d of Pine Bluff; Becki Balch. Linda Collins, Frances Deane, Sue Ellen Dill, Terry Joan Fetzek. Kay Goodwin, Michele McCrighl. Jan 0 w e n, Janice Carroll Quinn of Little Rock; Nancy Gordon, D i a n a Lynuc llubbard. and Margarel Robinson of Fayetteville: Patly S. Jamison, Sue Lloyd, and Shirley Lynn of Forl Smith; Paul Daniel and Mary Kalhryn Plummer of Forrest City; Johanna Pinson and Maty Audrey Sheppanl of El Dorado; Sue liogard of West Memphis; Barbara Ann Braley of Jonesboro: Carole Coop ot Hope; Susan Cosmus of Waxahachie. Tex.: Dorothy C r a w f o r d of Hughes: Donila Daggers of Ma? nolia: Damiiilec Dubincr of Kansas City. Mo.: Penny Farrar of Lepanto; Sandra Fergnsson of AlIheimer: Judy Garner of Rogers; Diaiie Gillison of Lake Village; Palricia Ann Jones of Crossell; lietly Caroljii Liuon of Prescott: Betty Ann Masters of Mena; Anr Elizabelli Morgan of E n r e k a Springs: Donna Marie Muncy of Norlh Little Hock: Linda Roberls akls resilic in Carmi, 111. of Texarkana; and Nancv Gavle Carol Jane Wright of RussellvJle; Lynn Filzgerald and Kalhc Lynn Gales of Shreveport, La.; Janice M. Being, Charlolle Hervey. and Vicki West of Dallas, Tex.; Margaret C. Armstrong and Vonda Jones of North Liltle Rock; Donna Morgan and Alpha Peek of El Dorado; Mary Shannon Brown, Karla Peters, and Pamela Shields Ruotf of Fort Smith; Ann Adams of Fayetteville: Carol Brandon-, hoff of Evanslon. III.; Sarah Frost Clark of Blytheville; Judith Ann Davis of Stamps: Patricia Elliotl of Fort Worth, Tex.; Carolyn Lil- tle Faulkner of Mena: Judy Diane Kowler of Harrison: Linda Graves of Dermott: Patricia Louise llaller of Baton Rouge, La.: Charlotte Kay Hart of West Memphis: Carol Anne H o l l a n d of Huntsvillc: Barbara H u n t e r of Boonevillc; Janice Jackson of Butterfield; Melinda Lee Johnston of Tulsa. Okla.: Joanne R u t h I-ewis of England; Kathryn lxwe of Monticcllo; Ellen living of Aurora, Mo.: Rebecca Malcolm of x-awood. Kan.: Adonna K a y e New of Hot Springs: Sandra Fran ! ·es Powell of Lake Village; Turn- mye Lynn Smith of Star Cily; Marilou Strait of MorriHon; N'an- cy Elizabeth Scoinan of Helena: iaudra Tucker of Dumas, and Jacqiiclyn Warren of Pensacola Fla. Concert Set At VA Hospital--Tuesday Night : Students of the Northwest AC kansas School of Fine Arts will; present a co:icert at [he VA -Ho^- pilal audilorium Tuesday a t ' ' f v p.m. ' ·· Accordionists will be Carla Jaiib · Galtis. Beverly McClelland. David Dial. Jim David Polly. Patsy Ann Bachrnan uixl Oilly Vaughn Reeves. Piano selections will be presented by Becky Cooper. Guitarists \vho will participate 1 arc Leroy Hamblen. Glenn Pes. Brian. Davis. Loimie lla^e,- kins. Jackk 1 Hambten. T e r r y Layne. and Luanne D i f f i n . Solos, duets and ensemble select tions will be featured. Louise Lid-"' die is director of the group. _ · ' Personals Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Snttlc have returned from a two-month trip to the west coast and Hawaii. They visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David A. Heed Jr., and family in Anaheim, Calif., and another son-in-law and daughter. Col. Stalling Col. Stallinss is Chief of Staff at the Marine Air Station in Kaneohe Hawaii. and and Mrs. Randall L. family in Hawaii. Mr. and Mrs. David McDonald and two sons, David and Donald,! are guests of Mrs. McDonald's grandmother, Mrs. A. G. Hartley, [ and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCiinms. The Me Don- Ridge: Sharon Marie Jennings of! Augusta: Judy Martin of Forl Worth, Tex.; Beverly Mays of Hector: Frances Ann Mitchell of Par.igould: Agnus Marie Mouton ! Yawn of Camden Back to school was the theme chosen by Hie Kouplers Club for their Thursday night dance. The Del Rays provided music for the event which was held at the Uark bowl. Members of the committee in charge of arrangements w e r e Mr. and Mrs, Armour Lee Gray, Sept. 20 at the home of Fayc Hill. I Mr ] a ,, d ' Mrs Bob chcJ110 Refreshments were served by the hostess. Announcements Clovcrleaf Club will meet at 2:39 p.m. Wednesday in the home ot Mr. and Mrs. J o h n Meldrum Mrs ' W ' A ' Davis - m S ' Duncan ' of M u s k o ge e, Okla., Mr. land Mrs. Robert Moore of Spring- pompon ! d a l c M| . a n d Mrs SMon A( , gjr| grandparents of the bridegroom. I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Craig, Mr. jand Mrs. James Barry. Mr. and scoop necklines and cllxnv length sleeves. The skirts were in a d n with s'ncalh fronts, with side and back fullness of shin-ing and impressed pleats creating an over- .skiri effc'cl. They wore open crown pill box hats of matching taffeta wilh small self bmvs on each side, the back and on the bouffant veils. Their bouquets were of w h i t e sweetheart roses a n d chrysanthemums. William C. Adair Sr.. served his son as bcsl man. Ushers were Edward F. Adair. brother of the bridegroom, Jim Shreve. Howel! Trumbo. Paul Young III, and Bill Whilftold all of FayeUcville. Dan Moore of Little Rock and l.t. Vernon Hull of Ft. Hood Texas. William Michael Farris, nephew of the bride, was rinxbcarcr. Mrs. Homer Crow presented a program of nuptial music and ac- _ , .... companicd Mrs. Marius J. Lind- birth of a son Sept. 8 at General Grecnhaw will be hoslcss. loff who sang Psalm 117. Hospilal. For her daughter's wedding, j Mrs. Mitchell chose a sli?!] pinkj Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tnunbo sheath dress with lace bodice tea-(Jr., of Fayetteville announce the luring a sweetheart neckline a n d ' b i r l h of a son Sept. 8 al General and Mrs. Carrie Buckley and Mr. and Mrs. Wally Ingalls. During intermission, Jim Treffinger. president, announced lite appointment of Bob McKiruiey to the membership board and a buffet supper was served. Guests were Mr. and M r s . Dwiglit Dodson, Rodney Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Randall, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Young, Mr, _ i and Mrs. Ed Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Newcomers Club will m e c t Boycc Testcr Mr. and Mrs. Carl .' °,P:?-., a t .. c I Hose. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Patrick, Colonial Carden Club will meet Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. with Mrs. Elwood Walker, 131 Virginia. Mrs. Frank Lee will be hostess. of Beaumont. Tex.: Eiloen Nangle of Hoi Springs: Mary Helen Newton of Harrison: Ann N c u e n- sehw-ander of Houston, Tex.; Susanne Norris ofTyronza: .Jpphrcy Ann Philips of North Little Rock; Cherry Singleton of Magnolia; Sn sun Slrolher of Shrevcport, La.; Slar Taylor of Antonio, Tex.; and Mary Y.incy of Marianna. Delia Ilcllu Delta -- Azalea E. Baird, Davctta Caiisliey. Pally McCreight, and Polly O u t l a w of Shreveport. La.: Sharon Lee Hild- retli, Patricia Eileen Jones, a n d Diane Thomas of Hot Springs: Mary Nell Donahue. Harriet Morgan, and Carroll Ratvvr of Little Rock: Christine Veronica Mailer. Cecillia Lee Orstmrn, and Sandra Swift of Fort Smith; Carolyn Kay A d a i r of Dumas; Susan Adams of North Liltle Rock; J a n a n n c Bivens of Benton; Judy Kay Brown of Tulsa. Okla.: ,Fo Colay of Magnolia: Phyllis .Jean Cook of Fayctleville: Cynthia Txo Coxsey of Berryville; Tarana (kw Foreman of Waldo; Cynthia Ann Foster of Hope; Bennie Graham of Wednesday at Holiday Inn for a Mad Hatters Party. Hostesses will be M r s . George Kinter, Mrs. Leonard Linstead and Mrs. Herrod Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Carnes, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Traaimcl!. B o b Taylor. Bill Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Showallcr and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Welts. I'i Beta Phi -- Sherry! Bwk'll, Jane Ann Bogy, Bonnie Bumpers. Charlotte Ann Eckel, and Dinah Lee Whilley of Little llnck; Linda Lou Cox, Sharon Fogarly, and Man- Ellen Rothe of El Dorado; Sandra Wynn Mead, Beverly Ann Moore, Catherine Helen Ware, and Evelyn West of Pine B l u f f : Kay Alford of Russellville; Beth Anthony of Fordyce; Mary Kathraine Bmmm of Newport; Marinell Coe of Tuckerman; Barbara Hallam of Carthage, Mo.: Susan Helmig of Roswell, N.M.; Mary Knap- hcifie of Quincy. II!.; Cherry Lubker of Bald Knob; Lucked McDonald of Blyl'neville; B e c k y Mann of Osceola; Shirley Meyer of [leadland; Julin Bin-ion Peck of Hope; Katbryn Ann Peterson of Memphis, Tenn.: Kathy Jo Raff of M'est Helena; Virginia Jill Thompson of Fort Smith; Martha Ann Webb of Helena. Zela Tau Alpha -- Crinny Cav- incss and Brenda Joyce Frazier of Little Rock; N'ancy Cochran and Legicn Auxiliary- Tells Fall Plans Members of the Fayelteviltc American Legion Auxiliary met Thursday evening to make plans for events this fall. On the agenda for discussion was (he coming district meeting to be held Sept. 2.1 in Benlonvillc, the Halloween party for the Veteran's Hospital and the Parade of the first district on Oct. 18. 19 and 20. Guests were Mrs. Chris la Bell Coomb, first dislrict president Beta Sigma Chapter ·· Discusses Fund .'. Raising Projects '""_ Fimd raising and a plulaLilhrtK lk- project were discussed at the Tuesday ni^ht iDeeling of Bctii Si^ma Chapter of Kpsilon Sigma Alpha. Spevial iniosis at Ibc moolins' 1 ineld in' the home of Mrs. Edwm Pfilnu-r u'ei'p M r s . Carolyn IX'Mln and Mis. Kiohurd Maycs. Tlio group will moot Sopl.'- 17 at (lie h o s p i t a l i t y room of the gn.s txitnpany. Backache Needs The Attention Of A Chiropractor Ry: Dr. W. M. Clminlicrlnln'V Von need n Chiropniclor if yon · have n backache, hut it isn't nftccssnry tu hnve a liackncltc.tiv npcd a chirniiriu'lnr. In tithf-.f. words flnropcac* 1 tors are. y o * might say. spinr ant! nprvc spuc.intr. Lsls. and of all thff things tluit C M M ; ^ O , w r o n g wilh ; a ; body. T)ack:iclie;!,*, ceHnlnly sonip- Ihins tliat shonW he t.'ikcn care i)f by i\ chiropractnri- Barkaclies likR hcatlaches intt^. cute nerve t v r i t n t i n n and arft' 1 nature's way of U'llin^ and her moth- r. Mrs. SuninuM's o f ; something is wronff in ilie bncrlt : Gentry. Vnt Picllup ft Delivery ol Prescriptions A H GREEN SI AM PS QUAKER Drug Store No. 1 Ph. Z-4Mt 22 E. Center and if not t n k e n care of eventually lent! lo lowered resist-1 ance and disense in the or^ajii^, 1 : of the body. - (One of a scrief of articles pub-, lijhcd in the pubMc interest to «rf- plain and illustrate the practice of scientific Chiropractic, written by Dr. W. M. Chamberlain, whoie office is located at 2S77 N. Colfegs ' Ave., Telephone Hi 3-33411 ; - ; · ; AUTO LOANS Low*coit financing on new or late-model used can No red taoe, sl National Bank 1 and Mrs. J. Neat Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Huff, all of Fort Smitfi. Births Mr. anil Mrs. John D. Anderson of Fayelteville announce the j Kazorhack Investment Club will meet al 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Gas C o m p a n y Hospitality Room. Alberta Hanna will be host- Dcmeter Garden Club will meet Thursday al 9:30 a.m. with Mrs. F. M. Meade, 237 Buchanan St. Sle. Teresa's Chapter of St. Paul's Episcopal Church will meet at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Parish House. Mrs. L e o n a r d draped skirl with malching aeces- llospital. sorics and a corsage of w h i t c spray orchids. Mrs. Adair wore a I Mr. and Sirs. Brlly Joe \apler clear blue chiffon sheath dress j of Weslville, Okla. announce Ihe with a draped skirt and shorl cap;birlh of a daughter Sept. 8 at Gen- sleeves with malching accessories, jeral Hospital. Sfie pinned n white spray orchid, corsage lo her purse. Immediately following the ceremony H reception was held at S a i n t Paul's Episcopal Parish House. A bouquet of while roses, gladioli and pompon chrysanthemums with two seven-tiered candelabra formed the background for the rceeplion table which was covered wilh nylon net over while satin. VVliile roses in a silver bowl arranged wilh while tapers formed t h e centerpiece. The four-tiered wedding cake, e n c i r c l e d withlHosnital. Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Bowrn of Fayelteville announce the birth of a son Sepl. 9 al General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard L. Mar- Hn of Fayelteville announce the birUi of a daughter Sept. 9 it General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin D. Scruggs of Springdale announce the birth of a daughter Sept. 10 at General SPECIAL OF THE W E E K ! Firs! Christian Church Tells Weekly Meetings Meetings set for the First Christian church Ihis week i n - j elude: Finance Committee Monday, a t i 6:30 p.m. · Circle 5 at the church Monday at 7:30 p.m. Circle 4 at the church Tuesday at 9 a.m. The General Board Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. A conference for all teachers and workers in the church school Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. Minnie Ford Circle of Junior C.W.F. Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in Ihe home of Mrs. Tom Glaze. A Truly Remarkable Value! ... this handsome Fooled Pitcher al a hard-lo- believe price for such line quality... ice guard so practical for use with all beverages. Capacity 2 quarts. # W M . R O G E R S * S I L V E R P L A T E The Diamond Store of Fayetteville Welcome -- Fair Visitors . from the finest dairy herds . . . 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