Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 17, 1973 · Page 7
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Engagement Announced Dr. and Mrs. A. Cleveland Harrison of Auburn, Ala. formerly of Fayettevllle, announce the engagement oE their daughter. Kathleen Louise, to John Hillman McCord, son of Mrs. Rena Hillman McCord of Montgomery, Ala. Miss Harrison is secre- tary for the Southern Humanities Review at Auburn.Unlver- sity where she graduated In 1972 with a degree in sociology. The prospective bridegroom will graduate this June in industrial engineering at Auburn. The wedding is planned for mid-March. Miss Brown Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Quentin C. Brown announce the engagement of their daughter, Donna, to Dana L. Samples, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Samples, all of Huntsville. The wedding is planned f o r March 24 at the First United Methodist Church in Huntsville. Miss Brown is a 1973 graduate of Arkansas Tech and the prospective bridegroom is a graduate of the University of Arkansas. He is employed by Huntsville School system. Judge Butt Speaks On Americanism Major Brian Pendleton Chapter of the Daughters of the American Colonists had a Thursday luncheon meeting at - -- ~ ' T. E. the home of Mrs. Paul Rhodes with Mrs. William Hodnett and Mrs. S. D. Lashley as co-hostesses. The entire house as well as the tables carried out the Valentine theme. Judge Thomas F. Butt gave the program on Americanism. He pointed o u t that in some circles it is not fashionable to display patriotism. He cited many statistics and facts sub- stantialing one's reason to be proud of America. In closing he said, "Permit me to leave this thought with you: Perhaps we all tend from time, to time to take our bounty too much for granted; to assume that ours Mrs- McNair Speaks To Newcomers is the worlds, best of and that possible improve- BMiiiiiffliiuiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinioiiiiiiiiiiiiBiraiwHiii Announcements Current Book Review Group of AAUW will meet at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. C F. Gorman, 1111 -E. Elm Street. Mrs. W. F. Ellis will review "Eleanor and Franklin," by Joseph P..Lash. ment can be made. I suggest that a return to first principles is helpful. Let us look back in history -- our history to the hopes and dreams with which our forefathers founded this nation. They met in Philadelphia in 1776 and again in 1779 and wrote the most complete, precise definition of representative government and individual liberty ever conceived and executed by mankind. To the Declaration, and to the Constitution which followed it. they pledged their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honors. Can we do less? Only at deadly peril to ourselves,, our country, and our posterity." Newcomers Club met Wednesday at the Holiday Inn for luncheon and bridge. Mrs! Sam McNair, a charter member, gave a resume of the club and the business session was conducted by Mrs. Jimmy Norris, president. 'New members are Mrs. Carl Evans, Mrs: Clyde Johns- ton.Mrs. Jack Hoyt, Mrs. Henry Vannier, Mrs. Mary Wolf, .and Mrs. Jennie Campbell. Mrs. Jim Quinn, Mrs. Dick Glassey and Mrs. Ken' Loudermilk were guests. i' Mrs. Winton Brown won first prize in bridge games, Mrs. Johnston, second and Mrs. D o r i s Wigglesworth, third. Special prizes went to Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. Johnston.. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 14, at the Holiday Inn. Following the business meeting program, a was held, at Education Wives will meet at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Jim Shankle. This month's theme will be crafts and those attending will be shown how to do Bargello Stitchery. Jack Tidball Post, VFW, and Auxiliary will not have the tegular monthly potluck supper Monday. Outlook Club will meet at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in the home of Mrs. J. Edward Metcalfe. Mrs. Lippert Ellis will review "The Palace of Topkapi Istanbul," by Fanny Davis. in Ayres-Schurke Engagement Told HUNTSVILLE -- Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ayres, Route 3, H u n t s v i l l e , announce t h e engagement of their daughter, Martha, to James Schurke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Schurke of Springfield, Mo. Miss Ayres, a graduate o Burge School of Nursing, is employed with Lester E. Cox Medical Center, and the pros pective bridegroom is employee by Dillard's Department Store in Springfield. A spring wedding is planned. Hair Styles Short The "shaggy dog" look is on Its way out and the long and short of the hair story is cut it! There are many looks you can get with shorter tresses and it's so much easier to keep. Short hair with a side part : and Huff of bangs looks great with two vivid combs worn side by side. And if you haven't worn barrettes since the fourth which time reports from various committees were given. It was decided to contribute funds to the Fayetteville Public Library to purchase additional genealogical books. Miss Virginia Harding, regent, presided. Miss Long Is Honored Miss Donna Long ot Fayetteville, bride-elect of Michael Carter of Mountain View, Calif., vas honored with a miscellaneous shower on Wednesday. Mrs. Betty Richardson was Asteroid Belt Cleared By Jupiter 10 WASHINGTON (AP) -- Pioneer 10 has safely cleared the Conciave Hears Ecology Program Eight members of Psi Conclave. Kappa Kappa Iota, met at the home of Mrs. Norman DeBriyn Thursday. Present at the meeting were Mrs. Elwayne Cailoway, Mrs. Paul Cunningham, Mrs. James Ezell, Mrs. Bill Fortune, Mrs. Moye Rutledge, Mrs. Joseph Segers and and Mrs. Roy Stanley. The program on ecology was presented by Misses Susan Roach and Patty Cherry from the Society for Environmental Stabilization. Miss Cherry used the slide story of "Ranger Andy," and Miss Roach told of the Recycling Center of Fayetteville and the different projects and services of the Society. A short business meeting followed with Mrs. Cunningham, president presiding. Prospective members are to be invited to attend the next meeting. Mrs. DeBriyn and the co- hostess, Mrs. Ezell, servec refreshments. The next meeting will be helc on March 22 at the home o Mrs. James Griffith. Saturday, M. 17, 1973 · 5 iiwiHiiii IIIMMIIIIB^ This 'n That About Town PlllllilllllllllllM^ By MARY ALICE PEARSON Dale Miller of the University of Arkansas was elected president of the Arkansas State Music Teachers Association at its convention at UALR last week and in the State Honor Recital at the same convention, James Tancred, son of trace and G e n e Tancred, and pupil of Sister Mildred, played "Prelude and Fugue in C Minor "WTC Vol. 1 by Bach in the Senior Division and also made the Theory Honor Roll. Other Fayetteville young people making this honor roll were Becky Riggs and Robin McVey, students of Inez Ballenger. ' Tumpy and Cleveland Harrison of Auburn, Ala., who are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Kathleen today are former Fayetteville residents. While here. Cleveland was with the Speech Department at the University and in Auburn is head of the Theater while supervising the building of a new, modern one at Auburn University, scheduled to open this year. Their son, Lee, is a student now at Auburn University. Serving as a page next week for Sen. Morriss Henry at the Legislature now in session in Little Rock will be Harold Thomas Killgore Stewart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth M. N Stewart of Fayettevdlle. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Stuart P. Thomas of Elkins and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stewart of West Fork. Ronald L. Burton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F. Burton of Fayetteville, this month completed two years active Army service as an officer at Fort Polk, La. He has returned to Arkansas to practice law in Conway. Ron holds the degrees of B. A. and J. D. from the University of Arkansas. He also went to elementary and high school in Fayetteville. How time flies was brought home to us again when Billie Jo and Joe Fred Starr observed their twentieth wedding anniversary last week. Kay and Bass Trumbo entertained with a belated dinner party for them and guests were longtime friends. They were married on Feb. 7, 1952, and to us it seems like yesterday. "A Search for Identity," will be the subject of the Women's Symposium, April 13-14, at the University of Arkansas Student Union. Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Burton Neil of Springdale announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Vicki Louise, to William Penn Dougherty Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William Dougherty ot St. Louis, Mo. Miss Neil is a graduate of the University of Arkansas, where she received her degree in marketing. Her sorority was Alpha Delta Pi. The prospective bridegroom is a graduate of the University ot Ar- kuiisas School of Law. His fraternity was Phi Delta Theta. The wedding date has been set for April 28. Asteroid Jupiter, Belt on its way leading scientists conclude the once-feared belt of space debris is no barrier to future flights to the outer planets. National Aeronautics and Space Administration scientists spacecraft from the r e p o r t e d t h e emerged Thursday huge belt, which circles the Sun between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. The spacecraft, which was launched last March 2, entered the belt last July 15 and is due to pass near Jupiter Dec. Ceremony Held For Mrs. Burton Delta Chi Chapter' of Beta Sigma Phi met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Steve Blackard in Springdale. Special guests for the evening were Mrs. Leona Kelley and- Mrs. Carolyn Lapoint, visiting Beta .Sigma Phis, and Mrs. Paul LeBlanc, Mrs! Gary Person, and Miss Connie Summers. The Ritual of Jewels ceremony was held for Mrs. Bur- To observe the recent 50th wedding anniversary of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Frey of Rison, Barbara Lawson of Fayetteville and her brothers, Bill Frey of Jacksonville and Charles Frey of Batesville entertained with a dinner party at Batesville Country Club. Dr. Dorsey D. Jones, former chairman of the Department of History at the University of Arkansas, one of ten men and a woman who have been awarded honorary degrees by Dfury College, Springfield, Mo., in the past, will return for a reunion of their own during Drury's Centennial Homecoming this weekend. Mary Jones accompanied her husband to Springfield. Rae and Dr. Charles Oxford attended the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Terin. last weekend and report that it gets better all the time. They met several of their friends there. A housewarming, shower and open house is planned at Way Out House on Thursday, March 1, from 7 until 9:30 p.m. All interested citizens are invited to attend and meet the directors and to bring articles for use at the house, 406 E. Meadow Street. Since the needs are great, all household articles, such as beds, mattresses, rugs, kitchen utensils, clocks, mops, brooms, lamps, will indeed be welcome. If you can't attend the open house and have anything to donate, just drop it off at any time. Broxvsing and buying at antique shops and junktique shops, and we remember a Nantique Shop here, appeals to most women who find it fascinating and rewarding, too, when locating a bargain, a long-looked for article or something one can't live without. Noticed in our town are two (new to us) such shops. China Painters Plan Show-Sale HUNTSVILLE -- Huntsville China Decorators met Thursday night at the Community Center with 13 members present. The president, Lou Hudson, conducted the session when it was decided to have a show lostess in t h e home of Mrs. D atsy Fallen. The cake, decorated by Mrs. Fallen, was in pastel colors of apricot and green, symbolizing Valentine's Day. Punch and coffee were also served. Miss Long is leaving for California on Monday where she will join the prospective bridegroom for the wedding. Golf Talk The best way for women to lower their scores is to hit the ball longer. That depends on developing clubhead speed. It's a tremendous advantage to hit the tee shot for better than average, distance, and it is suggested you concentrate on 3. "The Asteroid Belt is no longer the obstacle we once thought it would be," said Pioneer project manager Charles F. Hall, of the Ames Research Center, at Mountain View, Calif. The doughnut-shaped belt Is about 175 million' miles across and 50 million miles thick. The material in it is thought to range from tiny dust particles rock chunks as large as the state of Montana. Most of the asteroids are less than a mile in diameter. ton Hurdle and Mrs. Jeff SIos- ser, monymbzmbzm m m mm ser. The chapter scrapbook was d i s c u s s e d and committees appointed. Mrs. Bill Bequette presented a program on "The History of Dance," after which all present joined in a game with prizes of boxes of Valentine candies going to the winners. Mrs. Blackard served refreshments of Valentine cake and punch from a table decorated in Valentine colors of red and white. and sale at Northwest Arkansas Plaza on April 12, 13 and 14 The convention at Pine Bluff on April 19, 20 and 21 was discussed and delegates named are 'Lou Hudson and Leah Counts. Door prizes at the convention will be painted by Betty Coger, Pat Pharris, Judie Keeling, Leah Counts and Lana Appleby. An exhibit committee consisting of Lou Hudson, Pat Pharris and Betty Coger was named to care for the china and display at the convention. ii[iiiiirami![iiiiiiii!iiiiii]ii]iiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimi!ii]iiniiiiiiiraniiiiw iiiraiiiiiiiiiiinu Burger Chili and Chips 1 Pound ground beef % cup chopped onion 'A cup diced celery V* teaspoon salt' '· % teaspoon pepper 1 15-Ounce can chili with beans 1 8-Ounce can tomato sauce 4 Ounces processed American cheese, shredded (1 cup) 1 cup slightly crushed corn chips In skillet, combine meat, onion, celery, salt and pepper; cook till vegetables are' just tender. Add chili and tomato sauce; mix. Stir in cheese -and half of the corn chips. Turn into 1 'A quart casserole. Top with remaining Vt cup chips. Bake in 350 degree oven 25-30 minutes or till heated through. Makes 6 servings. To Marry In April Dr. and Mrs. A. E. Elncrt of Route 8, Fayeltcville, announce the engagement of Miss Mary Ann Childers to Jimmy Murray; son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murray of Route 1, Lincoln. Both a, r » students at Lincoln H i'g h School. An April wedding is planncil at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Fayetteville. HHiiiniiiiiiiniHniniuiiniiinuiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiininin'iiuuii Births niiliiiiiiiiiiinininiiiiniiininiiniiiiiiiinnniiiiiiiiinininniiiiii WASHINGTON GENERAL Mr. and Mrs. James B. Bryan of Fayetteville, a son, Feb.. 15. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Yerton Jr. of Fayetteville, a son, Feb. 15. "Get with v the Girls who make it" FABRIC :itY Prohibit Sale LITTLE ROCK (AP) The thaT part of the game it you want to improve. When you practice drives, try to move the clubhead as fast as you can through the hitting area and don't worry where the ball goes or how it is h i t . Strength counts, and the right muscles for golf can be built state Insurance Department said Thursday it will prohibit the sale of life insurance policies that cases ot grade, now's them again. the time to try up by swinging a weighted policies. training club 30-40-50 times -' " day in your backyard. reduce benefits in death by natural The department also said it would not allow the sale of policies containing a "scries of coupons or pure endowments." Insurance Commissioner Ark Monroe said the Department has received plaints about Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Ozarks Repertory Theatre, Arts Center of .the Ozarks, 7 Alcoholics Anonymous, 112'A W. Center, 7 p.m. Valentine Dinner-Dance, Country Club, 7 p.m. Dance Party, Adult Center, 7:30 p.m. Dudes and Dolls, 112% W. Center, 8 p.m. several com- such insurance a | Monroe said the prohibition would go into effect April 12. FINE ARTS SERIES PRESENTS EASTMAN BRASS QUINTET on MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19 8:00 p.m. FINE ARTS CONCERT HALL UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS General Admission: $2 Students $1 U of A Students Free with ID Cords SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Your Z-way radio headquarters In ·ttctronlci since IMt 520 N. College HI 3-2222 For Voar fr«»eri«*o» Ne«H f*o Us We Give SH Green Stamp* QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center - 442-«« City Parking Lot In'Remr ftftftftftftftftftft ^ Come, welcome home *^ our own POW's and MIA's ft Sign an open letter at Hardee's Sunday Ozark Dairy Goat Association REA Hospitality Room, 1:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, ttVk W. Center, 2-7 Monday Recycling Center, West Street, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through Saturday Mother's Morning Out, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., Monday through Friday Community Adult Center, Hillcrest Towers, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday Order of DeMolay, Masonic Temple; 7 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 7:30 p.m. TOPS, General Hospital, 7:30 p.m. Masonic Lodge No. 740, Masonic Temple, 7:40 p.m; Emblem Club, Elks Lodge, 8 p.r* ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft A Letter of Welcome, which expresses our respect and pride for our returning POW's and MIA's, is currently awaiting your signature at Hardee's Restaurants. On his.return, each serviceman who resides within our state, will receive a copy of the letter, and we hope, thousands of "We're glad you're home" signatures. The POW-MIA Welcome Home Letter will be available for your signature at Hardee's Friday through Sunday. Come, sign your name. Let them know how much we care. North and Garland Fayetteville Sts. ft ft ft 'ft- ft ft, ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft WORSHIP KNOWS NO CALENDAR Some select Sunday as a day of worship. Others prefer Fn- dayorSaturday. Butthe solace of worship knows no boundaries--temporal or spatial. · Some find their God In church'. Others see him in i spring sunrise, or in a fresh-mown meadow at dusk. Children oft find peace in an evening prayer. Each seeks peace In hit own way. All place their trust hi i Supreme Being and worship as conscience dictates. Why not loin them? You, too, can find solace and guidance In prayer. ."' Phone 443-5438 or 442-8111 ft' ft ft ft ft ft' ft ft ft ft WELCOMI t» Mil coupon to Kt OS ... ew you're hon Nam* ................ ., -,-t .·*·! Address City . I ) Pkno nava «H« WetaoM Wagon Hottest call on m«. ( ' » I would like to wlucrilM to the H.W. Ark. TIMI» ( | I already ntUscribe to tHo TIMIS. ·; Pill ooi Iho ewMMn ana) mall *» TIMIS, Box 6, FayottoviHo,

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