Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 20, 1973 · Page 6
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 20, 1973
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Personals Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hendrickson and children of Fort Worth, Tex. arc guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hendrickson in West Fork. Jerry Owne House of Fayetteville, a senior at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, has earned a place on Ihe fall semesler honor roll in the Busi ness School. Heloise Hints MR. AND MRS. COLEMAN . . . married in Albuquerque church ceremony Bridegroom's Father Reads Coleman-Humphries Ceremony Exchanging wedding vows in a candlelight ceremony at B o u l e v a r d Baptist Church, Albuquerque, were Miss N.M. recently Roscilen Marie order read Sorority Holds District Meeting A District Five meeting of Epsilon Sigma Alpha International sorority was held Thursday evening in the Hospitality Room of SWEPCO. The meeting was called to with the opening ritual by Mrs. Frank Blew, president. Mrs..C. W. Guisinger Jr., secretary, called the roll with nine members responding. Mrs. Maurice Hill gave the treasurer's report. Chapter reports were called for and given by Mrs. Eva Chambers, president of Beta Sigma Chapter, and Mrs. Carl Huene' feld, president of Beta Tau. A slate of officers for District Five was presented by Jessie Mae Stamps as follows, Bobbye Jean West, president; Eva Chambers, vice president; Pat Tanner, secretary; and Mary Harris, treasurer. Mrs. Blew announced thai Kibi Gosnell will be director of the Youth Award with a representative assisting. from each chapter Janet Hill reprcscnt Beta Sigma Chaptei and LaVern Kennan will represent Beta Tau Chapter. Refreshments were served b Beta Sigma Chapter after closing ritual. the Fayetleville To Be Site Of Convention Chapter of Beta Sigma Ph was held last week at the home of Mrs, Steve Blackard ii Springdale. Mrs. Mike Martin vice president, presided. Ritual of Jewels was held for Mrs. J. E. Slosser and Mrs Burton Hurdle. A cultura program on dance was given by Mrs, Bill Bequette. Chairmen and co-chairmen were voted on for the annual Beta Sigma Phi convention to be held in Fayetteville in the summer of 1974. Guests at the meeting were Mrs. Gerald Kelly, Miss Connie Summers, Mrs. Jan Persons, Mrs. Carolyn Lapoint, and Mrs. Maxine Leblanc. Refreshments and decorations were in the Valentine theme. Jumphries and David James Coleman. The Rev. Jamie Coleman, father of the bridegroom, ead the double ring service. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Roy Humphries arid he Rev. and Mrs. Jamie Colenan of Albuquerque. The Cplemans are former Fayetteville residents. The bridegroom s the grandson of Mrs. Paul -oleman and Mrs. Earl Howard of Fayetteville. The bride, presented in marriage by her father, wore a floor length A-line gown of satin accented ' with bishop sleeves of oriental silk. The ligh rise neckline and chapel train were trimmed with Venice ace and satin ribbon. A matching lace headpiece held her jouffant veil. Her bouquet was of stephanotis centered with a vhite orchid.'and she carried a lace handkerchief that had Jelonged to the bridegroom's maternal great-grandmother. Miss Carol · Humphries was lier sister's maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Richard Powell, sister of the bridegroom., and Miss Debbie Sain of Muleshoe, Tex. Miss Marsha Humphries was flower girl and John Humphries was ring bearer. Richard Powell was best man and groomsmen were Delmer Bagget of Little Rock and Dr. Leroy Humphries of Abilene, Tex, Ushers were Steve Brewer and Roland Lackey. Mrs. George Carey was organist and Mrs. Delmer Baggett of Little Rock, .sister of the bridegroom, was soloist. The bride graduated from Rio Grande High School in Albuquerque and Wayland Baptist College in Plainview, Tex. The bridegroom is a graduate of Fayetteville High School and is presently serving in the U.S. Coast Guard. They will be at home in Alameda, Calif. Mrs. Paul Coleman, grandmother of the bridegroom, and Kathy and Bobby Younkin, his cousins, all of Fayetteville, were among the out-of-town guests. Cocktail To Shake Taste Buds Dear Heloise: While I Was grocery shopping lady was passing out samples of tomato cocktail. It was delicious. She said could be used in cooking very effectively. S h e mentionet adding a half cup of it to grounc meat or using it on roast bee {or a succulent gravy. It tasted great, but budget wise -- forget it! One could buy three large cans of tomato juic to one quart of that stuff an still save money. So, believe it or not, my lasti buds figured out what spices t add to that simple tomato juic to turn it into a mouth-waterin; cocktail. I The spices that I added were the ones that most housewives always keep on hand. So it's not necessary to run out and buy three or four little jars of this or that to make it. I just bought a large can of tomato juice (on sale). I poured it into a container and added a couple of dashes of Worcestershire sauce, a few slurps (right out of the bottle) of concentrated lemon juice, couple dashes of hot pepper sauce, a teaspoon of sugar and a few shakes of onion salt. Then added about one and a half cups of water, and shook it vigorously... zowie! . As an appetizer it is out of this world; if you are on a diet, you've got it made. My friends say, "This is great! What is it? Where did you buy it?" Then I tell them Opera Dates Told "The Bartered Bride" will be erformed at the Arts Center Theater on Friday and Saturday, March 2-3 and Monday and Tuesday, March 5-6 at 8 p.m. each evening. Tickets may be purchased at the door. An Opera Workshop presenla- ion, Maxwell Worlhely, director, has announced that ,he following week the opera will be taken to Helena at the invitation of Miss Lilly Peter to play two nights, March 9-10, in the Phillips County Community Center, which was dedicated Dec. 3. "It is indeed an honor and challenge to our 75 student singers, dancers, musicians, and technicians concerned with Smetanats succtacular masterpiece, to have the opportunity to give two performances in Helena. Worlhley said. Also, the entire University-Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Theodor Avitahl, will go to Helena to accompany the opera. Students in the Workshop and the technical theater under Dr. Preston Magruder, work the entire academic year. They work "musically" in the fall, not exclusively on one major opera production, but explore other opera fields. By the time he second semester comes round, students get into the heater and work nightly for ive to six weeks to produce an opera. Prof. Worlhley looks for peras with large cast lists in rder to employ more students ewardingly in roles. "The 3arlered Bride" will be the 14th ipera production in the past six 'ears. the story. Mrs. G. Georgeadis LETTER OF THOUGHT Dear Heloise: I learned a lesson worth passing on when my own widowed mother had to be sent to a convalescent center. Her house had to be painted, new shades, new curtains, carpets cleaned, and other odd .jobs done before it could be put up for rent. How I wish now that on her birthday or other special gift days, or for no special reason at all. instead of giving her a gift that was put in a drawer and never used, we would have done something like paint a bedroom, -etc:' ; If we would have only done things like that for hnr. il wouldn't be as it is now where the renters are enjoying the things that my mother should have enjoyed herself. And she would have, if we would have been more thoughtful. We can't make it up to her now. but maybe this will help someone else to not make the same mistake. A Reader Golden Wedding Noted DECATUR -- Mr. and Mrs Charles Abercombie observe: their Golden Wedding anni versary Sunday. Both are lifelong residents o! Benton County. Mr.' Aber crombie recenty retired after 50 years of operating bulldozers and other, heavy equipment They have one son, Dr. C. L Abercrombie. a professor at th .University of Missouri a 'Coumbia. nniiiMBDiiM^^ Northtupjat Arftattaas cHiffira TTT/° r WOMEN 6 · Tuesday, Feb. 20, 1973 Daily Calendar of Events Tonight 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, 112% W. Center, 8 p.m. League of Women Voters, Mrs. Delbert Swartz, 8 p.m. Garden Club Hears Potter Steve Potter of the Department of Architecture at the University of Arkansas was guest peakcr at the Fayetteville Jarden Club meeting last Wednesday in the home of Mrs. tV. F. Knowles. Mrs. Alice Gerard was co-hostess and Mrs. Ann Hauser was a guest. Potter's program concerned andscape architecture and andscape and environmental ilanning which involves the use )f existing resources. He said he lifestyle of the client is considered in design planning, and hat drainage, placing of trees, pet areas, children's play areas are studied and planned. Potter s interested in making playgrounds become a learning MRS. BARBARA BURTON JONES . . . observes SSth birthday with a party. (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) Party Observes 99th Birthday, Of Mrs. Jones Th 99th birthday of Mrs. Barbara observed Burton with Jones party at Sunrise Manor last week. The honoree was born Feb. 15, 1874 in Tangipahoa, La. She moved, at an early age with her parents, to where she Greensburg, lived until experience for children, and discussed the possibility of two schools as potential sites. Mrs. Irene Stearns presided at the business meeting when members discussed the further improvement of City Park. Mrs. Gerard reported on the Garden Club Council meeting, and brought before the group the plan for a City Lake Park. The Fayetteville Square was also discussed, and it was suggested that those interested attend the meeting open to the public on Wednesday night. At the March meeting in the home of Mrs. Delbert Swartz roll call will be answered with "the prettiest park I . have visited." marriage in 18Q6 to Samuel A. Jones of McComb. Miss. The couple moved to . Arkansas and lived in Gurdon. They observed their 71st wedding anniversary before his death six years ago. Mrs. Jones was the mother of four children, the late Sam Jones Jr. of Houston, Tex., the late Mrs. L. L. West of Fort Smith, W. R. Jones of Greensburg and Mrs. Evelyn Crowe, housemother at Kappa Sigma pa fraternity on the University of Arkansas campus. Mrs. Jones has five grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Out-of-town guests for 3 i r t h d a y anniversary servance were Mr. and Mrs. Miss Royal To Wed The engagement of Miss P a m e l a Diane Royal and Ricky Lee Breese, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Prater, Route 1, Farmington, is being announced by her mother, Mrs. Lenora C. Royal of Fayettevile. An early March meeting is planned. Neal Sims and Mrs. Ethel Thorsen of Fort Smith. Mrs Crowe was hostess for the afternoon event. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way RH'o Your 2-way radio headquarters In electronic! since H3S 520 N. College HI 3-2222 For Your PrcfcrlpMcn N«*» 8« Us We Give SH Green Stamps QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center - 442-4246 City Parking Lot In Re«r Wednesday Sequoyah Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 7 a.m. Education Wives, Mrs. Jim Shankle, 9:30 a.m. Noon Lions Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon. Exchange Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon. Outlook Club, Mrs. J. Edward Metcalfe, 1:30 p.m. Zero Population Growth, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 7:39 p.m. League of Women Voters, Mrs. Mike Roberts, 9:15 a.m. Thursday League of Women Voters, Mrs. John Cowell, 9:15 a.m. Daughters of Demeter, Ozarks Electric Hospitality Room, 9:30 a.m. Rotary Club, Holiday Inn, 12:05 noon Marion Chapter, DAR, Mrs. Ila M. Newbern, 1:30 p.m. Jaycees, Wyatt's, 7 p.m. Disabled American Veterans, VA Hospital, 7 : 30 p.m. Natural Food Association, Springdale Chamber of Commerce, 7:30 p.m. Richard Duncan-Robert Umiker Concert, Arts Center Concert Hall, 8 p.m. MACARONI SPAGHETTI EGG NOODLESS;;- QUICK-FIX DINNERS Delicious Recipes Announcements Chapter 3 of Disabled Ameri can Veterans will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the VA Hospital. Women's Charity League will meet at 1 p.m. Friday for a luncheon in the home of Mrs. Orville J. Hall. 675 Oliver Road. Mrs. Farlow Burt and Mrs. George Cearley will be co- hostesses. Marion Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will meet at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the home of Mrs. Ila M. Newbern, 504 E. Lafayette Street. Enjoy Cool Comfort DAVISON'S SHOES MEN'S Florsheim Weyenberg City Club Dexter PRICE SALE WOMEN'S CHILDREN'S Connie Jacqueline Red Cross Auditions Miss Robin Robin Hood WASHABLE ·""·--- 15; RUPTURE-EASER fa rxfociblt in C SUe Square 442-7145 Jumping Jacks '· · ^ Hush Puppies Dexter Pocos Save Now? Last Sale Of Season! Davison's Shoes Happiness is a new home financed by FAYETTEVILLE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 201 NORTH EAST AVENUE. FAYETTEVILLE FAYETTEVILLE SPRINGDALE

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