Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 17, 1969 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 17, 1969
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Edited by Geraldine Clift ·BIIBMM^^ Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Thuri., April 17, 1969 · 3 FAYITTIVILLI, ARKANSAS MR. AND MRS. LARRY MASON · . . wed in home ceremony Donna Stroud, Larry Mason Repeat Vows Miss Donna Stroud and Larry Mason were united in marriage In a double ring ceremony on Saturday, April 5 at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oran Stroud of Goshen. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. P h i l Mason of Route 1, Fayetteville. Officiating at the ceremony was the Rev. Sheridan Johnson, retired minister of the Oakland Baptist Church. Presented in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white fitted street-length dress with matching veil, and she carried a bouquet of white chrysanthemums. Miss Reneta Vanderpool attended the bride as m a i d ol honor. She was attired in a pink street-length dress and her {lowers were pink chrysanthemums. C. G. Mason served his brother as best man. Following the ceremony, the bride's parents were hosts for a reception for approximately 20 guests, including close friends and relatives of the bridal cou- 17 New Members Initiated Into AD Chapter Seventeen new members were recently initiated into Alpha )elta Chapter of Phi Upsilon )micron, National Honorary tome Economics Fraternity at tie University Membership is The new tenior at Mrs. Mason Fayetteville is a High School. Mr. Mason has just re turned from Fort Sill, Okla. where he h a s been on active duty with the National Guard After a wedding trip to Mis ·ouri and Kansas, the couple re turned to Fayetteville to make their home. md is based on scholarship eadership, character and ser ice. New members are : Marilyn Jonner of Charleston; Jane lawken of Helena: Donna Wol »f Fort Worth. Tex.; Brenda [nee of Marshall; Anne Silli man of Camden; Harriet Mae Jurns of Little Rock; Sandra Angus of Belleville: Beyerli larris Burch of Hot Springs Marjorie Buckley of Fayette ille; Saundra Aikman of Bluf ton; Beverly Diane Sanders o Irossett; Janet Marie Kleuse of Dallas, Tex.; Rebecca Louise Juthrie of Corning; Cynthia lane Mays of Marshall; Connie Sue Russow of Decatur; Nancy ,ynn Bane of North Little Rock and Marcia Lynn Elizandro o Fortt Worth, Texas. PSA Sorority Chapter Meets With Mrs. Young The Arkansas Iota Chapter o Phi Sigma Alpha sorority helc its. April meeting at the home of Mrs. Gertrude Young, 91f California Blvd. Monday even ing, with 16 members present They were Mrs. Evelyn Al bright, Mrs. Patricia Alexand er, Mrs. Irene Davis, Mrs. Mo nie Davis. Mrs. Roberta Finch er, Mrs. Oleta Fry, Mrs. Velma Jones, Mrs. Avis LaRue, Mrs Elizabeth Lewis, Mrs. E u 1 1 Noyce. Mrs. Margaret Parrish Mrs, Mildred Peel, Mrs. Alber to Richart, Mrs. Elna Willis Mrs. Shirley Woolley and Mrs Gertrude Young. Committees e l e c t e d were Membership chairman. Mrs. Al bright. Mrs. Alexander and Mrs Peel: telephone chairman, Mrs Davis: Mrs. Picharl and Mrs Willis: social chairman. Mrs Parrish; Mrs. Noyce and Mrs Davis: program c h a i r m a n Mrs. Young: Mrs. LaRue am Mrs. Richart: historian, Mrs Jones: parliamentarian, Mrs Fincher: corresponding secrc Mrs. Mary Cotterman and pub licity chairman. Mrs. LaRue. The regular meetings ar scheduled for the first Monda of each month. Announcements The 20th Century Club wi meet Friday at 2:30 p.m. in th home of Mrs. Howard Magn der, 339 N. Gregg Avc. Mrs Roy Gyles will review the book "A Private Disgrace" by Vic toria Lincoln. The Southern Memorial Asso elation will meet Saturday a 1-30 p.m. at the hospitality room of the Ozark Electric Cooper ativ* Corp on Hwy. 16 Wcs Mrs. A. H. Gerard and Mrs. L« mar Sharp arc hostesses. Arkansas invitation Marion Chapter, DAR, Meets In Springdale Marion Chapter, Daughters of ,he American Revolution, met at the home of Mrs. E. R. Stafford. 505 Maple D r i v e . Springdale on Saturday April 12, with 22 attending. Hostesses assisting Mrs Staford were Mrs. Hoyt Perry, Mrs. A. H. Williams, Mrs. E. L. Me"(ally and Mrs. Gene Shaw. Mrs. E. H. Donaubauer from "Jashville. Tenn., was introduced to the group and accepted on a transfer. Miss Heyden iucke was accepted into membership as a junior member. The national Defense report was given by Mrs. A. E. Harvey stressing the n e e d of "Arms Limitations and Nuclear Weapons." The President General's nessage was read by Mrs. C. T. Allen giving credit to the Chapters for their splendeci work. Mrs. G. T. Yost and Mrs. Donald McGinnis attended the Arkansas State Conference in West Memphis and gave the highlights on the meetings. Marion Chapter voted to spon sor Mrs. Winslow C. Spousta past State Regent for Vice Presi dent General to be elected at the National Congress which i: being held in Washington this week. The May meeting date is being advanced to May 30 so that the report of the Contin ental Congress may be given The May meeting will he helt at the home of Mrs. Donald McGinnis on Highway 45, at p.m. Mrs. Ila Newbern introducet the speaker for the day, Mrs E. R. Stafford, who told of the Indian Culture in the countries of Colombia. Ecuador. Peru and Panama showing slides to illustrate her talk. Betty Zander Wins Calendar Art Contest Betty Zander, Huntsville ar list, has won the contest for :he cover design of the 1969 Calendar of Contemporary Arts and Crafts in the Ozarks, ar annual directory of artist anc craftsmen and listing of event? of all kinds in the Ozark area. Florence Hubert Wray, Fayet teville compiler and publisher of the calendar, announced the award. Mrs. Zander does commer cia! ad service, layout and cop.\ work, as well as oil and water color paintings and the very tin usual art of illuminations, one of which was in the juried art show sponsored by the Oxark Writers and Artist Guild las year, of which she is a member The calendar is jointly spon sored by the Guild, and the Council of Ozarks Artist ant Craftsmen, the oldest such or ganizations in the Ozarks. Any one wishing copies of the calen dar will find them in mam businesses in the area some time in May or may obtain one by sending two 6 cent, stamps to Mrs. Wray at 1110 Valley View Drive. Fayetteville. Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Stratc- mcicr, 911 Highland, Fayetteville, announce the engage- Costume Crew For Opera Told T h e c o s t u m e construction crew for the opera, "Albert Herring," has been announced by Mrs. Clay Orsborne of the U n i - versity of Arkansas Depart- ment'of Speech and Dramatic Births Washington General Mr. and Mrs. James L. EIs- lon. 1831 Applcbury Place, a son, April 15. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Nickell, Farmington, a son. April 15. Art. The full-length opera will be staged Monday through Friday nights (April 21-2(5) at the University's Theater in the Arts Center at 8 p.m. Charles Howard of Lynn is creating all of the ladies' millinery for the opera. Others working with Mrs. Orsborne in costuming are Sue Benhani of Mulberry; Linda Beth Morgan of Bartlesville, O k la.: Mim Wynne of Eureka Springs; Ann Barlow of Fort Worth. Tex.: Charles Hemmingway of Springdale: Beth Flood of Waco. Tex.: Judy Jackson of Lewisville: Kay Babcock of Redfield: Sandra Price of Clifton, N. ,T., and Elizabeth Burks of Fayetteville. Maple Hills Garden Club Has April Meet The Maple Hills Garden Club met April 10 at the home of Mrs. Brent Clark on Highway 45 East. A prolusion of daffodils, in formal line and whimsical bouquets brought spring inside and blended with the original flower and bird needlepoint in the Clark borne. Mrs. T. R. Marshall, co-hostess, Mrs. Paul Sims and Mrs. Bill Orton received the club congratulations on t h e i r prize winning arrangements at the State Daffodil Show. Mrs. Ed Kiser was also congratulated on receiving the Springdale Garden Club's "yard of the month" award. Dr. Charles Murdock of the University's Agronomy Department presented an informative program on "The Establishmrnl and Maintenance of Lawns." He showed color slides of the de sirable and undesirable, a n c emphasized ways in which the county agent and the Univcrsit can help interested gardeners He explained the early step." important i n l a w n planning which begins, when a homeown cr first plans his home or build ing. A "thank you" note for seed sent to Korea was read, and an announcement was marie re garding the 35th Fayettevill Garden Club anniversary tea tr be held April 29 at Headquar tors House.- announcing... TirstMnml CHILD OF THE YEAR CONTEST with a CHILD OF THE MONTH WINNER every month! M Your child can be the winner of a S100 Saving Bond, or a $25 Saving Bond AND 'a $100 Saving Bond by simply entering the "KFAY Child - of - the - Month" contest. Each month - for as long as the contest continues - some child will win 3 free $25 Saving Bond. The Child - of - the Year wins a $100 Saving Bond. Jack Moncrief will make a portrait of each child entered. The sitting is free. These Jack Moncrief portraits will be made in .beautiful natural color in the many moods of your child. The best pose of each child will be entered automatically in the Child- of - the · Month contest. Call KFAY for an appointment - Telephone 442 · 9859, or no by thti Jack Moncrief Studios and tell Jack Moncrief you want to enter your child in the Child · of · the · Month Contest. EVERY CHILD, 6 YEARS OLD AND UNDER, IS ELIGIBLE. 17 North Block Strut Fayatttvillt, Arktnus 442-9925 merit of (heir daughter, I.ois, In William M. Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ike Thomas ol North Little Ilnck. The bridc- lect and her fiance are both turicnts at the University of \rkansas, where she is nia- oring in zoology and lie in ournalism. Mr. Thomas is a esident advisor at Yotum lall. A dale for the wrdding as not been set. Mountainburg High School Art Show Set An art show will he on dis ulay at the Mountainburg High School gymnasium April 17 and 111 and the public is invited to visit. On Thursday, the 17th, at 12:30 loon, a special exhibit of Eye Poems, a type of word college in an art form, by the well known Kenneth L. Beaudoin. Memphis poet, and many by high school students of Northwest Arkansas, will be displayed and a talk given on "An Introduction to Poetry: What It's All About", by Florence Ruhcrt Wray. Fayetteville poet editor and publisher. Mrs. Wray is active in many writing and art circles, a vice- president of the National Federation of State Poetry Societies-. Inc., and president of the 0/ark Writers and Artists Guild. Personals Dr. and Mrs. Clare Ycnema are attending the Arkansas Dental Convention being held this week at the Arlington Hole in Hot Springs. Mrs. Venema appeared on the Stunt and Talent Show Monday night. -Mrs. Rutli Potts. VICA spoil sor. chaperoned Janet Johnson and Phil Smith, parliamentarian to Little Rock for the State DC partment of Education meeting Saturcay. Plans were discussc( for the national competition to be held at Memphis, Tenn., in June. Michaela Beard Named President Of ESA Chapter Mrs. Michaela Beard wai lected president of Gamma amma Chapter of Epsilon Signa Alpha sorority during the pril business meeting at the ome of Mrs. Jeannie Luttrell, oute 4, Kayettcville. Attending ere 11 members, three pledges nd Mrs. Rosemary Shaddox, n honorary member who is a member of sister chapter Beta au. Mrs. Bear.'! succeeds Mrs. arhara Wilson. Other officers ·ho will servo with her are Irs. Peggy Bailey, vice presient: Mrs. Kayo Luttrell. re- qrding secretary; Mrs. Julia incher. corresponding secre- ary; Mrs. Cassey Stiles, treas- rer and Mrs. Eva Stanherry, ducational diector. Installation ceremonies will e held preceding the Founder's lay tea May 4 in the Hospital- y room of the Arkansas Wcs- ern Gas Company. In other business, plays \vrrc ompleted for the "Friday Night lixer" at the State Convention \pril 25. Gamma Gamma dinner will he hostess For this vent. Several members will ssist on the registration com- ittec nt the convention. RITA'C FO * HAI * Kl I A J FASHIONS SJH.O.V orns MON. nino SAT. a A.M. IIIAI. 41!-^): SCHOOL IIJMR OI'EN » A.M. MON. ninu SAT. rNKOLUN; NOW I OK AUVANCT HAIR STYLIST, (I.ASSKS. CAIJ. RITA'S SCHOOL 4(15111. 4th ANNUAL SPRING SALE NOW IN PROGRESS Save On New Spring Summer Fashions SPRING SPECIAL On Our Famous CASUAL DRESS Rep. $19 Size 6 to 18 NOW Two and Three PC. 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