Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 19, 1973 · Page 5
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CONCERT DRIVE CHAIRMEN . . . Mrs. Copps, Mrs. Shaw, Miss Cooney, Mrs. Watson, and Mrs. Christy (lejt to right).' I J ' Concert Drive Officers Told Mrs. Glenn W. Shaw, mem- d i v i s i o n a l chairman for F r a n c e s Speakes, Siloam bership chairman for Northwest Springdale with captains Mrs. Springs. Arkansas Community Concert W. David Doyle and Mrs. H. Mrs. Capps will have an area Chapter Discusses Lighting Members of Xi Alpha Epsilon of Beta Sigma Phi unanimously voted to work with the 1973 Cancer Society Crusade, in Fayetteville's residential a r e a during its April fund drive, T h u r s d a y evening. T h e February 15 meeting was in the home of Mrs. Buss McClellan at 1913 Green Valley. Mrs. Jean Wilkinson was co-hostess. Mrs. Bob Patrick, president, opened the meeting and led in repeating the sorority's opening ritual. Members also voted to contribute to the International endowment fund, loan fund and Exemplar fund. Plans were discussed about a "Spring Bonnet Social" to be held in March in the home of Mrs. A. W. McMurtrey. and the chapter's involvement in Founder's Day activities in April. Mrs. Patrick introduced Mrs. Larry Henderson who spoke on the topic, "Better Lighting for Better Living." Drawing on the study book, "The Home We Make," Mrs. Henderson brought into focus the kind and and amount of light used and its source in affecting individual moods. She d i s c u s s e d lighting, and lighting for accents, along with natural and a r t i f i c i a l light as to arrangement of furniture for Association, is today announcing D. Alhusen. kit pickup at 7:30 o'clock officers for the membership M r s . R . Dale Christy, tonight at her home, 701 Janet drive to be held March' 5-10. divisional chairman for outlying Street, Springdale. J. E. Mc- Seventy workers in Fayette- areas, will be assisted by Mr. Clelland, president, will attend, ville will serve under captains, and Mrs. Robert Nebrig, Bella Mrs. Shaw, assisted by Mrs. G. W. Bond, Mrs. George Vista; Mrs. Herbert Engelke, division leaders, Mrs. Combs, Mrs. Ralph Pollard, Mrs. H. J. Heckle, Mrs. Robert O'Connell, Mrs. Wilbur Watson, Mrs. Joe Fleming, Mrs. C a r ] H o f f m a n , Mrs. Raymond B u c h a n a n , Mrs. John Baumgartner, Mrs. B I a n t'o n Strong. Dr. and Mrs. C l a r e Vcnema, Mrs. Ray Moore, Mrs. Robert Logan and Mrs. Kenneth Stewart. Mrs. James A. Capps Jr. is Bentonville; Mrs. W. A. Hill and Mrs. Herald Hanks, Eureka Springs; Mrs. Velda Nelson, Gentry; Mrs. Arthur B. Haven, Gravette; the Rev. and Mrs. Frederick Kleihauer, Huntsville; Mrs. M. A. Dorman, Mrs. R. D. Manning, and Mrs. Martha Weaver, Prairie Grove; Mrs. Carl Rooney and Mrs. L C. Laine, Rogers; and Mrs Tom Nelherlon and Miss Mary Meldrum, Mrs. Jerome McRoy and Mrs. Donald Farrell, will have kit pickup from 9 a.m. until 12 noon and from 3 p.m. until 6 p.m. Wednesday-, at her home. ' A coffee for 33 new workers will be given at 10 a.m. next Tuesday at 1700 Hammond Street. The hostess, Mrs. Shaw, will be assisted by Mrs. Marius J. Lindloff. eye health and eye appeal. She spoke of the functional roles of outlets and switches a n d ' displayed numerous booklets which included colored designs emphasizing her talk. The hostesses served --"' fours, iced in white decorated with red hearts, nuts and coffee. The refreshment table depicted a Valentine motif. Twenty members were present. petit and gfarihtttraf Arkaitmts /Monday, Feb. 19, 1973 · 3 MiniiiniiMiiiiiiH^^ iiiiiHiiMHiMiiHM^ Announcements Northwest Arkansas Alpha Chi Omega Alumnae will have a coffee and business meeting at 9:30 a.m. Thursday at the home of Mrs. Ray Trammell, 448 Hawthorne. he Farmington Fire Department will be held at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 1, at Farmington City Hall. Western Arkansas Chapter o( A r k a n s a s Retired Military Association and Auxiliary will have a luncheon and business meeting at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 25, at the Holiday Inn South in Fort Smith. St. Joseph's Home-School Society Room Mothers will serve a chili supper on Monday, Feb. 26, at the School Cafeteria from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. Proceeds will be used to purchase athletic and recreational eQuipment for the school. A public meeting to discuss Natural Food Associates will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in he Hospitality Room of Springdale Chamber of Commerce to hear EdpY Jeffords, editor of Ozark Access Catalog. Jaycettes Plan Show Fayetteville Jaycettes met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Archie Jennings on Gregg Street with 11 persons, including a new member. Mrs. Gary Chaney, and a guest, Mrs. Cindy Gabbard, present. An executive board meeting was held prior to the regular meeting to appoint a nominating committee composed of Mrs. P a u l Marinoni, Mrs. John Marinoni Mrs. Robert Cook Mrs. Jim iKser and Mrs. Jerry Stewart. It was announced that the February board meeting will be held on the 23 through the 2! of February in Texarkana an that the Distinguished Service Award banquet will be held Feb. 22 at Wyatt's. Reports were heard on the baby clothe, project, the hydrotherapy poo at City Hospital and the distrie meeting in Fayetteville in January. Plans were made for Ine designer fashion show to be hel March 10 at the Holiday Inn Proceeds will benefit the Marc' of Dimes. Mrs. Cook was namec general chairman for this event Mrs. John Marinoni is publicit chairman, Mrs. Coy Kaylor Jr invitations. M r s . Jennings fashion coordinator, and Mrs Bill Lee. refreshments. At the close of the meetin refreshments were servd b Mrs. Greg Lee and Mrs. Cook The next meeting will be hel March 6 at the home of Mrs Ken Young. Women In Business Subject Of Phi Sigma Alpha Group Iota Chapter of Phi Sigma I standing women c h o s e n by .Ipha met last week at the ome of Mrs. Oleta F r y with Wrs. Judy Bennett as co- iostess..Mrs. Mary Cotterman, (resident, conducted a b r i e f usiness meeting. Mrs. Eula Noyce, program moderator, introduced Mrs. Vlargaret Parrish who presented a challenging program on 'Women in Business." Selected "or discussion were six out- Mofferr Dies TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -- Elwood Stewart Moffett, 64, head ol District 50 of the Allied and Technical Workers Union who ed his group out of the United Mine Workers Union into the AFL-CIO, died Saturday. Flutist Dies LONDON (AP) -- Elaine Shaffer, 47, one of the world's leading flutists, died today of cancer. "A native of Altoona, Pa., she played with many major European and American orchestras. Publisher Dies PHOENIX, Ariz. (AP) Fred Bohen, 76, president educational, religious, business, a b o r , and civic groups throughout the country.First mentioned w a s Representative to Congress, Martha W. Grif- "iths, a lawyer", who introducted :he Equal Rights Amendment in Congress. She has been mentioned as a possible U.S. Supreme Court nominee. Second was Marina von Neumann Whitman, a member of the P r e s i d e n t ' s Council of Economics Advisors. Dixy Lee Ray, a zoologis f t was considered. She is the only woman appointed to a five year term on :he Atomic Energy Commission. E l i z a b e t h F . Neufeld, biochemist, 1 has researched and discovered 'a possible cure for the childhood disease known as H u r 1 e r ' s Syndrome. Her research promises longer life for children so afflicted. Shirley Chisholm, Representative to Congress from New York, is by for the m o s t influential black woman in the country and is considered a future presidential candidate. Barbara W. Tuchman, historian, received h e r second Pulitzer Prize last year for her book, "Slillwell and the Experience in Garden Club Hears Program On Trees Mrs. Charles Phillips was hostess to Petunia Garden Club Friday with Mrs. Arthur Eason serving as assistant hostess. The speaker was Stanley Brown, research assistant in the Department of Horticulture at the University of Arkansas. His subject, "trees," was illustrated with slides and he explained what to plant and when. A f t e r refreshments were served, the president, Mrs. J. B. Hannah, conducted a short business meeting. Mrs. Phillips presented a .birthday cake to Mrs. Hannah and Mrs. Myrtle B. Hanna complete with burning candles. Twelve members and four guests, Mrs. R. E. Gilmore Mrs. Ruth Stonecipher, Mrs Fay Brown, and Mrs. Mozelle MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM R. PREECE . . . following their wedding ceremony at University Baptist Church Miss Dixi Lynn Estes Is Bride In Church Ceremony Daughters of Demeter will meet at 9:30 a.m. Thursday at 3zarks Electric Hospitality Room. Librarian Dies INDIANAPOLIS. Ind. (AP) -- Lawrence Arany. 61, retired head librarian of d i a n a p o l i s Star the and In- Indianapolis News, died Sunday. Daily Calendar of Events Tonight 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.m. University Baptist Church in Fayetteville was the setting for he recent Saturday afternoon vedding of Miss Dixi Lynn Cstes and William Roy Preece. A reception honoring the couple Reek, were present. of Meredith Corp. and publisher of "Better Homes and Gardens" and "Successful Farming" magazines,'died Saturday^ Music Faculty Members To Present Concert This Week A m e r i c a n China." Following the program, which was enthusiastically received, the hostesses served refresh merits from the dining table which had silver appointments and was centered with an arrangement of bright spring flowers, p r e d o m i n a t e l y Japanese iris. The Valentine party which Robert Umiker, clarinetist, R i c h a r d Duncan, pianist, members of the University of Arkansas Department of Music faculty, will be presented in concert Thursday evening at B o'clock in the Arts Center Concert Hall. Works to be performed are Johannes Brahms "E-flat Major Clarinet Sonata," "Premiere Rhapsody for Clarinet" and the "Trio for Clarinet, Cello and Piano" by Beethoven. Prof. Umiker, who frequently serves as an adjudicator and clinician throughout Arkansas and the surrounding states, has performed as guest soloist with the Wisconsin State University Wind Ensemble, the Henderson State College Band, the Smackover High School Band and the Little Rock Community Band. Duncan plays French horn as his second instrument. He was an honors graduate in music history from Florida State University and studied under a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship at Indiana University. He has been heard frequently within Northwest Arkansas. Don Reinfeld, cellist and also a member of the music faculty, will assist. He has toured Arkansas with the University Trio the past three years and has been heard In duo and trio recitals at the University's mam campus as well as giving a special performance in P *i n e Bluff for the Arkansas Artists' programs. All three have performed with the Arkansas Symphony in Little Rock and are members of the University of Arkansas- Fayetteville Symphony. The concert is free and open to the public. took place at the Mcllroy Bank Hospitality Room was reported to the group. A cooperative dinner and bridge was enjoyed by the group. Princess Sick LONDON (AP) -- ring In iwship Hall at ollowed in Fello' he church. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Ann Estcs of Clarksville and tlie late Glenn Estes of Fayetteville. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Preece of Springdale are parents of the bridegroom. The Rev. H. solemnized the home. He is m a n a g e r of Radio Station KHOZ FM. The bride is a graduate of Fayetteville High School and the bridegroom graduated from the University of Arkansas with a degree in advertising public relations. Princess Anne has been taken ill during her visit to Ethiopia and is suffering from "tiredness and a stomach upset," according to a message received at Buckingham Palace f r o m tiie royal party. The condition of the 22-year- old daughter of Queen Elizabeth II is causing no concern, the palace said Sunday. The princess was understood to have canceled her Sunday program--a tour of the walled city of Harar in eastern Ethiopia. Hominy Puff I cup cooked hominy grits % cup milk 'A teaspoon salt White pepper to taste . 3 eggs, separated With a whisk beat together the grits, milk, salt and pepper. Whisk in the egg yolks one at a time. Beat egg whites until stiff; fold into hominy mixture; turn into a souffle dish. buttered Bake in 1-quart a pre Party Observes Valentine Birthday Jake Murphy Jr. was honored en his birthday. Feb. 14, with a party at the home of Mr and Mrs. Richard Murphy Highway 16, East. . Others attending were Mrs Margaret Murphy, Mrs. Jake Murphy Sr. and Mr. and Mrs James McCoy, Brenda and Mike, of Round Mountain. Refreshments of ice cream and Valentine birthday wert served. cat heated 350 degree oven for 30 minutes. Serve at once. Makes 4 servings. D. McCarty vows in an original ceremony, much of which was the couple's scriptural preference. Mrs. McCarty presented nuptial vocal selections accompanied at the organ by Mrs. Gladys Sonneman. The bride was- given in marriage by her brother. Greg Estes. She wore a cream beige satin floor-length gown and a candlelight veil. Her bouquet was of white roses and white orchids. Mrs. Wanda Sparks of Port Neohes, Tex. was her cousin's matron of honor. Miss Cindy Higgins of Fayetteville and Miss Jan Woodrome of Chester, Tex. w e r e bridesmaids. Junior bridesmaids were Miss Srfelly Whitt of Hot Springs 'and Miss Tracy Sparks of Port Neches. Joni Sparks of Port Neches was flower girl. They all wore royal blue dresses trimmed in light blue velvet. Charles Crittenden of Little Rock was best man and Tommy Holland and Wayne Brisco, both of Springdale, were groomsmen, and Steve Trammell of H o t Springs was ring bearer. Lighting the candles were' Mike Meripole and Dwaine Mitchell of Fayetteville and ushers were Hamilton Singleton and Jerry Wayne Barnett of Fayetteville and Eugene Baker of Springdale. Afer a trip to Hot Springs the couple returned to Harrison where they wil] make their Bardot Becomes Bitter Recluse PARIS (AP) -- Brigitte Bar dot has become a bitter recluse who says she's allergic to hu manity. The sexpot of the six ties says acting is "not the cen ter of my life" and adds sh may quit making movies in tw years and retire to a farm. Miss Bardot, who turned 3 last September, has made few er and fewer movies in recent years and rarely turns up in the papers. "I fnid my balance in nature, in company with the animals," the mass circulation magazine L'Express quoted her as saying in a rare interview. Miss' Bardot, who has been married three times and had a series of semipermanent boy Friends, made it clear, according to the magazine, that her fascination with.men is drying up. 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Allotting one sentence to each, he said: --"We value our close ties with the Soviet Union and will continue to strengthen them. --"It is our earnest desire to improve understanding and cooperation with the United States of America. -"My government would like to normalize relations with China." The president also welcomed in positive terms the Vietnam cease-fire agreement. This was in contrast to comments twp weeks ago by Mrs. Gandhi thai "the very manner of ending the Vietnam war may create new tensions." Brighter Than Springtime! the colorful new Polyester Coordinates by VIVO... Just arrived and breathlakingly beautiful. ... . .separates by Vivo to choose--to mix or match--to wear constantly and enjoy--to toss in the washer and 1o wear again and again. Grass Green or Vivid Blue. Sizes 6-16. · Blazers · Trousers · Sweaters · Shirt Joes · Shells · Sweater Vests Don't wait another minute to corns see ihem. . . .You'll 'love every piecel shop "the nicest shop in town" "I hate humanity. I am allergic to it. I see no one; I don't go out.... I am disgusted with everything.... Men are beasts, and even beasts don't behave like them." Tuesday Demeter Creative Arts Group, Mrs. M. C. Kik, 9:3Q-a.m. Alpha Chi Omega Alumnae, Mrs. Ray Trammell, 9:30 a.m. Welcome Wagon Club, Ramada Inn, 10 a.m. Abilities Unlimited, Holiday Inn, 11:30 a.m. Salvation Army Board, 17 West Rock, 12 noon. Civitan Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon. Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon. Current Book Group, Mrs. C. F. Gorman, 1:30 p.m. Retired Federal Emplowes, Community Adult Center, l ; 3t p.m. American Red Cross, 111 W. Lafayette, 4 p.m. Northside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Scout Troop 103, 20% E. Center, 7 p.m. Chess Club, Wesley Foundation, Maple and Leverett, 7 p.m. University-City Chapter, OES, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Junior Civic League, Mrs. Bob Younkin, 7:30 p.m. Pi Beta Phi Alumnae, Chapter House, 7:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, 112Vz W. 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