Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 19, 1969 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 19, 1969
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MRS. MYRON ALMOND . . the former Miss Vickie Burcri Altrusa Club To Attend Conference The Altrusi Club of Fayettc ille is one of 32 clubs in thr Eifhth District which will meet n the 13th Annual Conference in Stillwater. Okla.. April 25. 26 and 27 in the Student Union of Oklahoma State University Mrs. Cornelia Bowman, 2215 latfield, is president of the Fay etteville Club and a member on the district level of the Com munity Service Committee. International presidentelect Joella Terrill Butler from Wich ta Falls, Texas, will be the speaker at the Governor's Ban quet, Saturday night in the ball room, after which she and pas ·overnors of the district wil te honored with a reception in .he French Lounge. Mildreff Starks, governor, will presidi at general sessions. Friday will be devoted t workshops until in the evenm when the Altrusa Club of Okla homa City takes over for Fu Night. At that time, this clu will present its own membei Mary Gray Thompson, a pas president and top-flight entei tainer. The awards luncheon will be Saturday. The business meeting will he held prior to the final session. Saturday afternoon t w o of OSU's f a c 1111 y member s p e a k e r s will address conventioners on sub- jecgs of vital interest to all ! women. Dr. Don Cooper of the ! University hospital and physi leian for the Olympics in Mexico City last summer, will talk on. "What's with Drugs?". Dr John Bayless of the physical education staff, will show Al- trusans some good judo tricks for self protection. His subject will be "In Defense of .Women. Northnrat ArfcatiMu I Ufttd by Gtraldin* Clift Northwest Arkonw. TIMK, Saturday, April 19, 1969 · $ rAVITTlVltL«, Alpha Epsilon Conclave Has Initiation A candlelight initiation service highlighted the Tuesday evening meeting of Alpha Epsilon Conclave of Kappa Kappa Iota at the home of Mrs. Don E. Ridgeway Burch and Myron Almond was solemnized at the Central Baptist Church in Fayetteville on Saturday. April 5, at 3 o clock in the afternoon. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Burch of I Route 2, Kayetteville, and Mrs. Mrs. Richard Chapman and I Mildred J. Almond and the late Mrs. David Stiers were mitia- Rev. Russell Almond of Malted in ceremonies conducted by vern ^^ ^^ Mrs. Sam Taylor, Mrs. Dean | bi . ()lhcl . of the bt . idegroorn , read Bursingcr. 1370 Drive. Church Ceremony Unites Miss Burch, Myron Almond The wedding of Miss Vickie]down the aisle LI,.,. ~~ .,.- hi-otner 01 me Diiuegruut May, Mrs. David Vinson ;md|t,], c double ring service Mrs. Guy Rogers. \ an arcn entwined with i Spring flower arrangements were used throughout the house and included an arrangement of cattleya orchids from the hos- less' greenhouse. Refreshments w e r e servedl · · - · - · -- - ; - - · . to 14 members and Mrs. Judy altdl " before pink gladioli. Flanking the arch were baskets of pink hydrangeas, white gladioli and greenery and three-branched candelabra. A white satin prie-dieu was placed in the center of the . Mrs. Beverly Almond, organ- singer. The May meeting will be a cooperative picnic at the home of Mrs. Bob White and officers will be installed. ding music and accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Nancy Netherton. who sang three wedding new selections. The bridegroom sang i "Always." as the bride came Given in marriage by he father, the bride wore a floor ength gown of white satin with a fitted lace bodice and long sleeves covered wih sequin and seed pearls. The bell-shape( skirt swept into a train, am her elbow-length veil was caugh to a pillbox hat. Her bridal bou quet was of white carnation encircling a white orchid. Miss Michele Warren of Fay elteville w a s maid of honor, and bridesmaid was Miss Susan Vincent of Springfield. Mo. They wore A-line floor length dresses of pink crepe with short sleeves, and white lace trim around the jewel necklines. Their headdresses were pink illusion net attached to pink bows, and the each carried a long-stemmed white carnation. Don Morrow of Harriett was best man. and ushers a n c g r o o m s m e n were Johnny MISS BETTE JANE WHITE . . . (o toed Robert Eugene Holmes Jette Jane, to Robert Eugene Holmes, son of Col. and Mrs. Eugene J. Holmes of Fayetteville. Miss White is a student at the University of Arkansas, and is pledged to Zeta Tau Alpha sorority. Vaughn of Hot Springs, R o y Lang of Monnet and Harold Burch Jr. LeAnn Pike was flower girl, and Gregg Wallace was ring-bearer. I For her daughter's wedding I Mrs. Burch chose a pink dress with a matching lace coat and white accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore a yellow suit with white accessories. Following the ceremony, the bride's parents were hosts for a reception in the Fellowship Hall of the church. The bride's table was covered with a white lace trimmed cloth, and cen tercd with an arrangement o link roses and Easter lilies The three-tiered wedding cake was topped by a miniature bri dal couple, and served wit pink punch. Assisting with th reception were Miss Rhond Storms and Mrs. Roxy Pike. When the couple left for their wedding trip, the bride was wearing a pink knit A-line dress with white accessories. She pinned the orchid from her bouquet at her shoulder. The new Mr. and Mrs. Almond are now at, home on Route 2 Favetteville. Announcements Miss White, Mr. Holmes To Marry In June Mr. and Mrs. Ray White of Jttle Rock announce the cn-| llome nf Mrs i j()Vce Hathcock. agement of their daughter. University City Branch, NLAPW Holds Luncheon George Ernst, director of Vol unteer Services at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Fay etteville, was guest speaker ai the Saturday luncheon of the University City Branch of the NLAPW held at the Chicken Shack in Fayetteville. Mr. Ernst's topic was "T h e Gift You Bring" and a movie of the same title was shown dur ng the afternoon program re garding the volunteer, or as Mr. Ernst said, "WOC" (without compensation) Employees, but| the compensation for volunteer work is derived from providing a service to supplement other hospital services. The volunteer maintains a sense of normalcy between patients, often coming from a 250 mile radius and from o t h e r states, in a strange environment and location and the people of the local community. Mr. Ernst stressed how the volunteer, keeps the patient's community! spirit revived and fosters en : courageinent so the patient is better able to accept treatment I and "institutionalisrn" can he nintnizcd. : The hospital is a temporary lome although the average, length of stay is 21 days for diagnosis, treatment and recovery. The Fayetteville VA Hospital does not provide nursing home care, only medicines, surgery, specialized care and services for acute illnesses. This averages, according to Mr. Ernst, a total cost of $37 per patient per day so the "taxpayers' getting their money's worth." Commenting further on the hospital's hostory, Ernst said the Fayetteville VA hospital was begun in 1932 with a 250 bed original plan. It is now 240 bed capacity with 3,000 patients per regularl\ and WOCs are always super vised and guided by the hospital staff. Of recent concern to Volunteer Services is the creation of more interest among patients with possible writing abilities and helping them to become acquainted with the Hospitalized Veterans Writing Project which is a national service, sponsored and operated by volunteers, to encourage hospital- MISS MCQUEUN SKEMON . . bride-elect oj Norman Charles Loii Miss Skelton, Norman C. Long Plan Nuptials Mr. and Mrs. L. Quentin Skelton, Johnson Road. SprinRdalc. announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Jacquelin. to Norman war" There" are" presently 218 Charles Long, son of Mr. and reeuiarlv scheduled volunteers Mrs. C. E. Long Jr. of Tulsa Bridge News The Northwest Arkansas Duplicate Bridge Club conducted a six and one-half table Mitchell Movement session Friday evening at the Springdale Legion zed veterans to use writing for recreation The Tri Delta Mothers Club will meet Tuesday. April 22. at 12:30 for a luncheon at the Mrs. J. A. Williams and Mrs. R. M. Jenkins will he co- hostesses. . Mr. Holmes attended Kansas ..... . University where he was affiliated Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. After three years of service with the U. S. Army, lie is now a student at the University of Arkansas. A "June 7 w e d d i n g at Trinity Episcopal Church in Little Rock is pjanned. creative and re The Modern Literature Club will meet Tuesday at 3 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Laird Archer on Markham Road. Mrs. G.D. Nichols w l i l l be in charge of the review. labilitation. The 1969 contests smount to $5.000 in prizes with the hospital having the highest percentage of patients participating also a recipient of various awards. Ernst ended his program will a humorous poem which he claimed was writted K - "» Nony Mous." A brief business session was then conducted by Mrs. Marie Rushing, president, including a unanimous vote to send $10 to the 1970 Biennial Awards of the NLAPW, report by Mrs. Rush bv "A The bride-elect was graduated rom Springdale High School in 966, and is presently attending he University of Arkansas vhere she is majoring in accounting. She is a member nf ''M Theta. business women's lonorary society: Beta Alpha Psi. accounting honorary and rofessional fraternity and is on .he Dean's List for the College of Business Administration. The future bridegroom was 'raduated from Douglas Mc- Hut. Winners and Iheir position* g r a u a e rom Arthur High School in S a n Antonio. Tex 1965. He attended Hardin-Simmons legc at Abeline. Tex., where he of pi a North South: Dr. O. K. Bouer and Hay Fuller, f i r s t : Roy Bar bee anil Joe 13. Keen 1 , second and Rom Utley and Joe Scott third. East-West: Mrs. Joe B. Reed and Mrs. J. A. Nyberg. f i r s t ; Mr and Mrs. Fred Kachellek. second and Mrs. F.arl V. Bird and Mrs. Norman McCartney, third. member of Deta IBcta National Honor Society. He w a s Remove Plastic Stains To remove stains from plastic or other cups, fill cups with water and add a couple of t a - . hlespoons of liquid bleach. Let stand for a few minutes, then wash thoroughly. Milk Changeable Buttermilk or home-soured milk can be used interchange ably for baking, says Ruth Cislist. If a recipe calls for sour milk or buttermilk, you can make it from sweet milk. Kor each cup. combine one tablespoon vinegar or lemon juice with enough sweet milk to make one cup of liquid. Let this stand five minutes before using it. The Springfield. Mo.. African Violet Society will hold i t s annual show on Saturday, April 26, at Biederman's Furniture Store, 2832 S. Glenstone, from 1 to 8 p.m. There is no charge and the public for admission, is invited. Mrs. I-. W. Sager will be at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday. April 22. for a coffee for mem- burs of the Pi Beta Phi Mother's Club at her home. 208 Cleburn, St. Co-hostesses a r e Mrs. Gerald Hudson and Mrs. Herman Tuck. ing on her trip to Baton Rouge to attend the South Central Regional where she was guest speaker, u s i n g t h e topic "Imagagery in Poetry." and a member of the worksrmp panel, and the treasurer. Mrs. Marge Patrick of Springdale. announced that dues must be mailed to her during April. The meeting was then turned over to the hostess, Mrs. Nell Hughes of Buckner. who intro duced special guests, Mrs. Ruth Eagle and Mrs. Georgia Cragm. both of Fayetteville. Mrs. Patrick gave a short synopis of her novel. "The Changeling." T h e April program c l o s e d with appropriate spring songs presented by pianist. Cecilia Mulrenin of Fayetteville. is presently attending the Uni versity of Arkansas where he is working toward a degree in business administration. The wedding is planned for July 5 at the First United Methodist Church in Springdale. Mirror Encourages A mirror placed at a child's eye level encourages the child to brush his teeth. Where you look while you brush your teeth? UPHOLSTERY FABRICS and ACCESSORIES Fabric City has i t . . . and more of it than anyone · else! | FABRIC CITY m EVELYN HILLS | ; · · · * · · · · · · To Be Married DIB imi inarrinRo. of Miss Carol Ann B r o w n t» Phillip \\infrori Small i* nnnminrril by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. jiishini Turner Brown pf Fay- cltcvillo. Parents of I li · prospective lirulcgniiini a r c Mr tiiul Mis. Winfrcil Smiill ,,f lint Springs. The bride- elect and her (iance arc hnlh seniors at HIP i ; n i \ r r s i l y of Arkansas, where she is an art inajnr and he is in I h e College (if Engineering. T h e Inline bridegroom is a mcin- hcr of Theta Tau fraternity. The wedding will lie an event if June 7 ill 3 p.m. in t h e I h'irsl Presbyterian Church, ' Fayi-ltcvillf. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE Average of 58 stocks do New Celery Stuffing Blend peanut butter w i t h a little toss Use orange marmalade and. in some seedless raisins, to stuff stalks of celery Mrs. Brown Has 99th Birthday Mrs. Elizabeth Brown celebrated her 99th birthday April 13 at her home in Kayettcvillc. A number of friends and rela- lives called during the after noon and wore served coffi'e and cake. Mrs. Brown, who lives alnnp. has been a widow for -17 year*. She was burn A p r i l H. IRTn. t Rrentwnnd. and has b'-en x lemhcr of the Church of Christ :i() years II h · c n aid of her, "!Itr life has been, f u l l a n d happy one. w i t h a l l vays a helping hand fnr others.". and watch them disappear. RELISH Deviled eggs will have more zip and taste if you of sweet , flaked tuna to them. add relish hit and B I T A ' C FO* HAIR K l I A 5 FASHIONS SHIXI.V OPFN MON. TltHD SAT. II A.M. DIAL 445.TJI- SCHOOL CIJMC Ol'EN i A.M. MOS. THRU SAT. FNTtOIJ-INfi NOW I'OK ADVANCE UAIK STVI.TNO n.ASSES. CAU. RITA'S SCHOOL HtSlin. Ruths Beauty College 443-3061 Shampoo and Set . . . . $1.50 Frosting:. $8.50 Tints *5.00 N'o appointment necessary All work dune hv students supervised by qualified instructor OpcnR a.m. to 4:30 p.m.' TIRED OF RIDING ROLLERCOASTERS? 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