Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 8, 1972 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 8, 1972
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Nnrtdinrfii Arhattna* QJi MEN Tuesday, Augutt 8, 1972 · 3 Nancy Van Hoose Honored With Farewell Coffee Mrs, Nancy Van I loose', president of MU Province, Sigma Alpha Iota, 1 national professional music fraternity', was honored Saturday morning a cooperative fareweU at the home of Miss Bealriz Pilapll on West Maple Street. Miss Pilapll is vice w i t h coffee president of the alumnae chap ter. _ Mrs. Van Hoose, who ha been an,Instructor in music at the University of Arkansas, is leaving Fayeltevitlo to become a member of the'muslc teaching faculty at West Texas State University at Cariyon, Elizabeth Howick, president of the alumnae group, presented Ihc honoree a bronze plaque for outstanding service in the organization from 1962 to 1972, and a check for the purchase of a book Letters from the national president and province vice president were read by Karen White past president of the college chapter, commending Mrs. Van Hoose for her contribution to the fraternity. Mrs. Van Hoose presented to Margaret Holcomb, president ot chapter, presided at the refreshment , t a b l e : which was covered with a hand-embroidered linen cloth, centered with an arrangement of red roses a n d white carnations carrying out tho fraternity's colors. Blush pink IIHes and ·" other -garden flowers were .noted throughout the entertaining area, Mrs. Van Hoose plans to leave for her new home Thursday. Sigma college Omicron chapter Chapter, a achievement Paris designer Jean Louis Scherrer revealed these evening gowns during his Full Fall Flowers 1972 showing. T Ii e gown nt left with Hie oversized sleeves is in black and while printed velvet. The gown at right Is of similar color and fabric. A Good Portrait Must Capture The Personality By PEACE MOFFAT : ' i . . : . A P Newsfeatiires Writer, NEW'YORK (AP) -- "For a portrait io be, any good at all, I take for granted,that theilike- ness has right. But for a portrait to be really good, it has to go way beyond that and capture the personality of the sitter." · - · So says Zita Davisson, who has 'captured on canvas · the likenesses of such people as Gloria Vanderbilt with her two younger sons, Glenda Jackson, Leopold Stokowski and Princess Grace with her three children, and whose work has been shown in 20 one-worn an shows, includ- ing'London, Monte-Carlo, Palm Beach, Southhampton and New York. In the living room of her spacious Fifth Avenue apartment,' with its earth-toned furniture, huge vases of flowers on every table, and her own art interspersed with Russian icons and a Picasso drawing, Miss Davisson talked about her work: "I don't expect anyone, even adults, to sit still at a sitting," she begins. "And I find 1 know a person better aflev they get bored with the sitting -- then ' they relax. It's fun to talk to a subject, but if you know a , person too well, it's a matter of not knowing what they look like. I actually don't know whal ; my own children look like until I study them." The artist, who used to he known as -- and still is -- the "Longines heiress," says ever -· as a young child she was a pafnler. "I've been painlinfc since I was about 12 years old,' she says -- then laughs -- "No I've been painting forever. Bu I was first shown at a grour showing in Brcwster, N.Y. I hat done a group of ballet dancers and I was 12." Fallowing her natural inclina lions, she studied art at the Bel mo'nt Academy in St. Morit/. Switzerland, and at the Nationa Academy of Art and the Ar Students League in New York She. also taught fine antl graphi* arts at both the Carnegie Cham hers and the Society ot Illustra tros, was an associate art. diree tor of Harper's Bazaar, am operated a boutique on Madisor Avenue where she ! sold som of her own clothing designs. Dressed simply in a purpl pants suit and bronze beads Miss Davisson led the ; way I her uncluttered studio and note that she advises her subject to wear to their sittings plain classic clothes thiil won't g ut of fashion, "Too , many eople appear all dressed; up ith false eyelashes, etc., so ley can't get relaxed and don't oak themselves. The : most nteresting subjects are not ecessarily the most beautiful, iut those who have a certain ook that intrigues or baffles." Tlie a r t i s t says she use's ough canvas for her portraits, xplaining thai this puts more mphasis on the figure, ant lomments th'at'she doesn't like i lot of superfluous backgrounc n the portrait. "I. like doing groups, because ou can work with the abstract -- tlie placement ot people provides you with . empty ipaces," she says. "I once did i. portrait, of six girls, their mother and father. That was almost a mural, and I admii here was a problem of getting hem all in at one time." Miss Davisson also says she enjoys painting children, finding heir unself-conscious move ments fascinating to capture. Her working day begins abou ! a.m. and goes on to noon Then she paints From 2 to ).m.' She recently held an ex libition at the Nona's Choic Sallery of Bergdorf Goodman ind hopes to have a pcrmanen ''portrait corner" there. Miss Davisson is not relicen about discussing her prices which she says are reasonahl -- $1,000 for a head arc shoulders and upwards for , full-length portrait. "So man; people are interested in havin iheir portraits done," she says. "And I like to keep my price low since I really enjoy doin young people. What I try to cl for people is tell them that i they come in for three days I'll work with them, and usually can get .my best wor done in three sittings." What's her favorite portrait She laughs--"It's always th last one I've done." Announcements The KnyctlcvJIlo Garden Clu will m e e t Wednesday nt 9:3 a.m. in the home of Mrs Dwiglit Iscly. Co hostesses wl be Mrs. Kred Kcrr and Mr? Rnlph Bnrnharl. Beaulah Lee Beauty Salon 418 West Dickson now ha» ar, .oxparloneocl now operator-VICKI PERRY Vickl specializes in stale haircuts (Mgh utiiJlna ond lonn hair). Slie will take appointments until 5 p.m. on Tliws- tlatis. Telephone 442-6681 award. Miss Holcomb announced that the yearbook this fall would be dedicated to Mrs. Van Hoose. , : , . . ; C a r o l y n Hickson, .forrner president of the alumnae Kay Killgore Chosen For Girl Scout Event Miss Kay Killgore, daughter f Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Killo r e , of Fayetteville is one of 4 girls chosen from more than 50 applicants to participate in Circle H, a national Girl Scout vent to take place Aug. C-18 n Amarillo, Tex. Circle H, a project planned aid handicapped girls, is ponsored by the Amarillo Girl 3Cout · Council in cooperation vith.. the Downtown Kivvanls iluh'of Amarillo. Kay is a member of Senior Troop 83 of the NO ARK Girl bout Council. She was chosen or this experience on the.basis T her experience with the landicappcd, h e r training, cadership ability and her desire q serve. She has worked with the Scout Troop at the Washington. County School for Trainable Children or two years. Scouts and leaders from Fayetteville helped make it possible for her to al- end the Circle H event. During their stay in the Texas 'anhandle, the Senior Scouts ill live Camp Kiwanis vhcro swimming, horseback ·iding and other camp activi- ics will be available during unscheduled hours. The S c o u t s will become acquainted . w i t h the history and culture of Texas during excursions to 'Palo 3tu-o Canyon to see the P a u l "rcen production. "Texas"; to Boy's Ranch; to a working cattle ranch; to a livestock iiiction and to area museums. Cranberry Nut Bread Is Easy To Make By Cecily Brownstpne .Associated Press Food Editor If you like a quick bread that is flat on top, or at most develops only a tiny crack, this recipe for Cranberry N u t . Bread may appeal to you. A sweet offering, it doesn't need to. be spread with butter. ; Serve it at a-buffet'supper table with'baked, ham or at a family, meal as dessert. It goes without saying that the bread is also good at snacktime. · · : · · CRANBERRY NUT BREAD 2 Cups unsifted flour, stir to aerate before measuring. 3 Teaspoons baking powder % teaspoon salt l.Cup sugar 1 Cup,fresh or frozen.,cranberries, coarsely knifecHopped 1 Cup walnuts or pecans, coarsely chopped. 1 F,gg % cup milk VI cup butter, melted , -1 Teaspoon vanilla Line the bottom of a loaf pan (about 3 'A by 4 ! /i by 2 inches) with wax paper; grease paper. In a large mixing bowl thoroughly stir together the flour, baking powder and salt, stir in sugar, then cranberries and nuts. . . . : , - · -.·:.- In a small mixing bowl beat egg slightly; add milk, butter and vanilla and beat to combine, Add to flour mixture and stir just until dry ingredients are moistened. Turn into prepared pan. - · · · · . . Bake in a preheated 350 degree oven until browned and a cake tester inserted in center comes out free of batter -about 55 to 65 minutes. Turn out on wire rack; remove paper; turn right side up. Cool. Wrap in transparent plastic wrap and stove several hours before cutting. Note; If you use a I 1 14- qua'rl glass loaf dish (about 8 % by 4 V4 by 2 V4 inches) for baking this bread, grease it and do not line with wax paper. Miss Garton Complimented With Shower Miss Debbie Garton, bride elect-of Michael DeWitt, was complimented .with a pre-nuptial shower Monday evening, Aug. 7, In the hospitality i'oom of the Ridgeview Baptist Church. Hostesses for the event were Mrs. Raymond Logue, Mrs. Gvven Wagnon, Mrs. Kenneth Garlon and Mrs. David Clark. Miss Garton is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Kenneth Garton, and her fiance is the son of Mr. arid Mrs: Joe DeWitt, all of Fayelteville. He is stationed with the U.S. Air Force at Cheyenne, Wyo. ' 'The entertaining area.for the shower was decorated in pastel shades of blue arid green, the bride-elect's chosen colors. The wedding is' planned for Aug. 19 at 8 p.m. at the Ridgeview Baptist Church, with the Rev. Doyle Wesson officiating at the double r i n g ceremony All friends of the couple are invited. Miss Skelton, R. F. Ervin Exchange Vows i i, Miss Glcnna Sue Skelton rind Robert Ferrell JSivin were married In an afternoon ceremony Sutuidny ut ! o'clock In the First Baptist Church ut Russollvllle. The couple greeted guests at u reception lri the Fellowship Hall following the ceremony. Parents of the couple arc Mr. arid Mrs. James W. Skelton of Rusacllvillc and Mr. and tylcs; Granvllle F. Ervin of Boone- vllle, : A. W. Chlsm of Faycttcvlllo read the vows. .Candles; were lighted by Larry Skpllon and Judson Fambrough. Mrs.'Gwendolyn Skinner, organist, antl Logan Green^ soloist, provided nuptial music. Mr. Green sang "The Lord's'Prayer"'and "Look at the Two of Us." Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride 'wore a Victorian gown of oiganza banded with panels of Italian crocheted lace, The sculptured Empire bodice featured a portrait neckline with bishop sleeves. A Border of lace trimmed the hemline Her lace trimmed cathedral- length, veil of organ/a was held H.Oi Rotters Entertain Relatives' C,ol. pci^nls fbc^l Rotforhary' I ' o i t e f ' Y o i k 'and then 1 lour childicn, Philip, Michael, Jeffrey and .Sally have been visiting Rosemiuy's pajents, the H.O. Porters. Tho York furnily has been living in tho Panama Cunal 2ono tpr the past thre'e years. · * ' Di.'York Is retiring from tlie Judge advocate section of the Army after 23 yeais of service Ho has accepted a position as legal assistant to n state Judge in Georgia, and the family wll be moving to Atlanta, i Mr. a n d Mrs Fred Kulbcih and daughters, Teresa, Carolyn Anita, Belinda,'Janice, Virginia,' Marsha ana Nancy also visited here jl the same time so Mrs. Kulboth could visit h e r sister, which made a family reunion. ' Country Club, Hostesses will, Dorothy Conley of couple will be at home in Stillwater, where Mr, Ervin is com Dieting work on a graduate degree at Oklahoma State Uni versity. He Is on leave as head of the journalism department of Fayettevlllc High School Siloatyi Bridge Gtoup To At Dawn Hill stloam Springs -- The SHoam Springs Bridge Association 'wll| me pi Wednesday, Aug. 0 tn thr; " ' " Room at the Da^fllll bo Mr», Summers, Mrs.! Catharine Summers, of Slloam Springs and Mrs. Crwr- lotto Hale; of Decalur. Members are urged to be at the club by 9:30 a m. so that play may be underway at-It o'clock, ( , At the noon hour, a luncheon Chuck i Bak« Shopp* Kattgate Shoppen Cltr--Phone 5Z1-7JK Now Ope . . . CHUCK'S CAKE ' SHOPPE In "The Ice Cream Parlor" at Evelyn Kills Shopping Center., .far the \cry finest In Decorated Cakes. by a styllred headdress., She] carried ( a Colonial bouquet of yellow roses, daisies and baby's breath. Mrs. James Larry Skelton.of I Tulsa, Okla. was. matron of honor, and Miss Tulsa was maid of honor. Bridesmaids- were Miss Patrfcia Jones of DaQueen and Miss Sandra Skelton ol Kussellvillc, sister of the bride. Flower.girls were the Misses Amy and Eileen Weaver, : both of .Tulsa. David Wade of Dover was ring- beaver Mr. Ervin served his son as best man. Groomsmen 'were Larry John Wright of ; Little Rock, Rick Lowery of Hot Springs and Rick Mauls of Still water, Okla. Ushers were Larry Skelton, brother of the bride. Judson Fambrough of Cassville, Mo., Chuck Drake 'of ^Tulsa Dwight Estes of Little Rock, and Fred Land of Blytheville After western a trip United through States; the .the ( PERSIAN ANTIQUES (all authentic) 807 2nd St. N.W. Bentonville, Ark. SHE'S BACK Mr. Toad proudly presents Ms. ANNETTE BLASINGAME Formerly Associate of House of John, Ann«tt« Invllei her friends to. come to see her at MR. TOAD£± BOUTIQUE 106 N. Block SM^ Daily Calendar of Events Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Chess Club, Wesley Foundation, 7 p.m. Scout Troop 103, 20'/4 E. Center, 7 p.m. Court 13. Order of Amaranth, 525 W. 15lh, 7-30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, 112W W. Center, 8 p.m. SMITH'S 2-Way Radio Communication Your 2-WAy radio hcadnimrtcra In ·fettronict tlncft 1929 S20 N, Collro III 3-2222 r»r Ywr prescription N««ft SM U« W« Give Still Green Stamps QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 442-4246 CHy I'arlilng Lot In Rear Wodnesdny Soquoynh Klwanla Club, Holiday Inn, 7 a.m. Women's Golf Association, Connlry Club, » a.m. Fnycllovillo Garden Club, Mrs. Dwighl Iscly, 9:30 a.m. Exchange Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon. Noon Lions Club, Wyalt's, 12 noon. Thursday Ctirlsllnn Women's Club Luncheon, WyalL's, 12 noon. Rolnry Club, Holiday Inn, 12:05 p.m.. Fnyctlovlllo Jaycccs, Wyntl's, 7 p.m., ,', . Goslion Eastern Star Chapter, Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. utumn THE; YEAR OF THE '/.COAT BY u - Top-- Boot Topper with poufs of fur at neckline and hem.. $189.98 Upper left-- Contrast color pipes lay back collar and lapels and cuffs, belted back. .$85.98 Upper right -- Fashion highlight, Velvet-y touches on button sleeve bands, large collar and lapel, patch pockets. .$85.98 Lower left--Styled expressly for the 5'4" and under woman. The double breasted ]ook, but minus lha usual buttoning. Inverted back pleat. .$105.98 Lower right--Here, the cape collar Coltar upl Collar down! It's either way. Belted, skirt with a flair of flares. .$155.98 NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR NEW FAIL COAT. .. . USE C-B EASY LAY-AWAY PLAN. WHILE THE SELECTION IS THE GREATEST. BETTER COATS-Second Floor

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