Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 21, 1969 · Page 9
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 21, 1969
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MISS JANELL HARVEY . . . to wed Gary Eugene O'Neal Jonell Harvey, Gary E. O'Neal Are Engaged (llll'il H!m!H1iil,llHll!EIEHFIB!l1iniHlll!!fl!IH The engagement and approach ing marriage of Miss Janell Thomas Fleischer and Robert Harvey to Gary Eugene O'Nenl |Truttman of San Jose. Calif. Personals if. announced by her parents. Mrs. and Mrs. Lester C. Har- are in Fayetteville visiting Mr. Fleischer's daughters. Mrs. Su _ ... ,, ,,.,. ,. san Guinn and Miss Linda vey of Fayetteville. Mr. 0:Seals F l e i s c h e r . When they re parents are Mr. and Mrs. E. H . j t u r n home, thry will go h\ O'Neal of Morrilton. i plane via St. Louis. Mo.. E Miss Harvey was graduated | pas °. Tex - and Tucson, Ariz from the Fayetteville High School in 1967 and is presently attending the University of Arkansas. The future bridegroom was Hflrttawit Ariuutmi Edited by Gtreldin* Cllft MmMiiMnMiM Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Men., April 21, 1969 FAYCTTIVILLE, ARKANSAS Doctoral Wives At University Organize Club The wives of the doctoral students of the College of Education held it's, second organizational meeting April S, in the first floor faculty lounge of the Graduate Education building. This club is being formed with the objective of uniting wives with a common interest and to promote a better under- Siloam Welcome Wagon Officers Are Installed SILOAM SPRINGS "The graduated from the Horrilton High School and received a degree from the College of Engineering at the University of Arkansas. At the University he was a member of Kappa Kappa Psi and thr Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. He is presently employed at Tinker Air F o r c e Base in Oklahoma City, Okla. The wedding will take place Aug. 9 at Trinity United Methodist Church in Fayetteville. Announcements Mrs. Sophia Nelson returned home Thursday from Aitkin. Minn., where she attended Ihe funeral of her brother, John Jackson. Sigma Chi Wives and Mothers Club will hold a covered dish luncheon Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. A.T. Ackerman, 2451 Manor Drive. C h i Omega A l u m n a e \v i 1 I meet Tuesday at 1:30 p.m nt the home of Mrs. Belden \Vig- glesworth, 1910 Austin Drive. Mrs. Winston Sloan will present the program on "Handcrafts." The Iris Garden Club w i l l meet Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. T. J. Kirk Patrick. 1781 Old Wire Road, with Mrs. M.' E. Williamson as co-hostcs,s. Installation of new officers will be held. Good Earth Garden Club Has Meeting WEST FORK - The Good Earth Garden Club met Thursday at the home of Mrs. Paul . Smith for an all day meeting. '' r A covered dish luncheon was served at the noon hour. Mr?, Johnny Skelton gave the duuitionHl on "The Legend of the Dogwood." Mrs. Hugh Jett, vice president, presented the program on "Jonquils." the flower of the month. .Members made » tour of the hostess' flower garden. Plans were made for a bazaar nnrl bake sale on May. 10 Mrs. Jell won the mystery package, and the meeting was closed with the group repeating Lord's Prayer in unison. HELP STAMP OUT STRANGERS None are quite so alone as th« stranger in town, or the n«wcomers to the neighborhood. Remember your last move ...howyou felt at the moving vin pulled away... how you more than half wished you'd iwvercome? Spare your new neighbors fetlings such as these. Let the Welcome Wagon Hostess bring greetings and gifts to m»K« them feel at home. Htlp stamp out stringers. Call Welcome Wagon today et PHONE HI 3-5438 or 3-3157 WILC«MI NIWCOMMSI UM IMl CMIMn !· M M knew yM'n km. Him* ..................... Mttta ..................... I Nut* MM tut W«IC*IM w*i*fl HMIIII can m IM I i «SwM Ilkt I* MrimrHn t* MM H.W. Ark. TIMM 1 1 ilrmy wMnik* M IM TIMI* nu «M ct»»*j .!««*, ·· O. Ark. The Light of Fellowship" was the iheme of the installation pro gram recently when Mrs. Faye Bouhvare. Northwest Arkansas District Supervisor of the Welcome Wagon Club, installed new officers in the Siloam Springs chapter. Taking office were Mrs. George Howard, president; Mrs. Jim Wright, first vice president; Mrs. T h o m a s Smith; r e c o r d i n g secretary, Mrs. Jack Riley: corresponding secretary. Mrs. Milton Seely; treasurer, Mrs. Vernon Leopard, and Mrs. Ethel Foss. historian. Sixteen members and f o u r guests attended the luncheon meeting held at the Eastgate Restaurant. Mrs. Bonnie Howard, retiring president, conducted a short business meeting before the installation service. Mrs. Bitsy Stockton, club supervisor, presented Mrs. Howard with a past president's pin. Education Wives Elect New Officers The Education Wives of the University of Arkansas held their monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Richard R. Shurtz on Friday. April 11. An arrangement of spring flowers and yellow candles high lighted the serving table, and there was a small bouquet of sesonal flowers on each dessert table. Members were served yellow cake topped with whipped cream and strawberries, coffee and spiced tea. _ After refreshments were served, a business meeting was held and new officers were elected as follows: Mrs. Bill Van Zandt, presi dent: Mrs. Donald Miller, vice president; Mrs. Paul Eddy treasurer and Mrs. Troy Hen dricks, publicity chairman. The guests played bridge ant canasta for the remainder of the evening. Prizes were won by Mrs. Bill Smoot, Mrs. John Rolloff. Mrs. Eddy and Mrs. Ab Bidwell. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. Larry Greathouse, Mrs Robert Cornish and Mrs. Van Zandt. Mrs, McNair Is Area Chairman For Arts Ball The Fayetteville area chairman for the Arkansas Arts Center's elevenlh annual Beaux Arts Ball is Mrs. Bill Dick Me- lair. She was appointed by Mrs. Gordon Wittenberg, General chairman of the Ball, which will be held at the Arts Center an Saturday, May 17 from 9' p.m. till 1 a.m. Proceeds from the Ball will go to the Arts Cenler's newly- established Acquisition Fund to purchase prints and etchings 'or its permanent collection. These will be available for loan to colleges, universities and museums throughout the state. Final plans are now being made for the Ball. "Alice in the Arts Center" is its theme, and · 9 standing of the woman's role relating to her husband and his educational goal. Members are wives of doctoral students and women doctoral students who are regularly enrolled in the College of Education. A proposed constitution elaborate decorations be adapted from the Lewis Carroll novel. Continuous music will Dlay in the main gallery, the earoom and the sculpture garden of the Arts Center. It will be furnished by the Les Klgart orchestra, the trios of Art Con- ter.Henry Shcad and John B. Moble and folk singer John Bayley of Guiana and The Village Sn'unds. a soul-rock group from Memphis. A Rembrandt elchinc. valued at $1.000. will be given away during the evening. Reservations may he made through the area chairmen or by writing or calling the Ar kansa; Arts Center in Little Rock. discussed and adopted. The club chose the name "Daughters of Athena" in honor of Athena, who was the Greek goddess of wisdom. The yellow rose was chosen for the club's flower. It was voted to award PHT Certificates to the wives of doctoral graduates. Officers of the Daughters of Athena Club are Mrs. Celia Little, president: Mrs. Barbara Beed. vice president and Mrs. Martha Chamhless, secretary- treasurer. Committee chairmen are Mrs. I e r r i Hoenshel. constitution; VI rs. Faye Robbins. social: Mrs. Judy H e r r i n g t o n. membership and Mrs. Pauline "lalloway, publicity-historian. Faculty wives present at the meeting were Mrs. Roy B. Allen, Mrs. Roy Hendricks and Mrs. Glen Cole. Members present were: Mary 3Iake, Jerri Hoenshel. J u d y ierringlon. Lorna Neslel. Betty Barrett. Celia Little. Faye Rob )ins. Mary Ann Willis, Kathy Skelton, Jane Adair, Anna Lou Blahm. Polly Clark, Fay Fris- ie. Wilma Hill. K a t h r e e n Jeeves. Pauline Calloway, Barara Bccd. Trish Lewis, Anna Turner. Connie Denker. Betty McDonald. Martha Chamhless. Plans were rnnde for a fam- ly picnic to be held at the City 'ark. May 9, at 6:30 p.m. American Legion, Auxiliary Holds Annual Banquet The American Legion a n d Auxiliary held their annual banquet Thursday evening at the Legion Hut. With Cmdr. John Thrasher in charge. The banquet tables were de corated in blue and gold on white, and the main course was prepared by Mr. and Mrs. Bob Maddox. Cmdr. Thrasher introduced Mrs. Burton Evans, social director at the VA Hospital, who gave » talk on "The Veteran and His Family." Also i n t r o d u c e d w a s Airs. Helen Van Stanwyck, who gave a report on "Youth." Mrs. Van Stanwyck is the state child welfare director. The group heard a tape ^raveis Meilson. "Listen to the Voices." which won the Golden Mike award in 19fi7. Bridge News The Faycttcville Duplicate ridge dub met April 14 with ght tables participating in a itchell Movement. Winners North-South: Mrs. Den Ewing nd MrS. Lester Craves, first; r. 0. K. Bower and William lurphy, second and Mrs obert Brown and Mrs. Norman IcCartney, third. East-West: Mrs. J. P. Fulton nd Mac Hamhlcn, first; Mrs. aul Heerwagen and Mrs. tanley Richmond, second and arrison and Martin, third. Mrs. Louise ville auxiliary Vaile, Kayette- president. an- PTA News IKIIIMM liTIi IB IIS WCTII ninillllBlilffllffllfflPI HUNTSV1LLE -- The Hunts- wille P.T.A. met April 8 and elected new officers for the 1969 70 school year. They include Mrs. Ben Edwards, president; Mrs. Gene Hudgins, vice-president; Mrs. .lames Bolinger, secretary and Mrs. Tom Shrum, treasurer. Pat Pharris, safety chairman. was given permission to order the radio for the local school system to receive severe weather alert reports. It v function when signalled by a tone from the police radio station in the east part of Hunts villc. Mrs. Quentinn Goyne received a beverage set as first pri/e for selling the most, spaghetti supper tickets. Second prize, a pie carrier, was received by Mrs. Sanders .The prizes were donat ed by Lorraine Logue. fjnf/ionu V t c B A V - n O N .' O J As Advertised on TV PACIFIC MULTI-STRIPE SHEETS 81" x 108" or 72" x 108" In Flat or Bottom Contour · First Quality · Low, Low Sale Price Choose flat or Contour* bottom shorts from famous Pacific Mills. Fine quality balanced Cotton muslin. The beautiful multi-color stripe will add now beauty to your home. $ 2 E A C H Pillowcases 2 for $1.39 nounced that an executive boarc meeting would he held this evening at 7:'10 at t h e home of Mrs. Maddox. It was also announced that a ag presentation will be made t Bulterfield School Tuesday 1:30 a.m. by U.A I.ovell ast Department commander. The next meeting will be on lay. 1. Births Washington General Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Ev erly. Route 8. a daughter, April 10. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hooper, Elkins, a son. April 16. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKenzie, 630 W. 6th St., a daughter, April 16. Mr. and Mrs. Parker Rush ng. Monette, Mo., a son, April 16. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Watkins. Carlson Terraces, a daughter, April 16. Sugar Improves More sugar and other flavor )g agents are needed in frozen esserts than chilled ones be ause the lower temperature end to numb your taste buds Sugar also improves the tex jre of frozen desserts, lower leir freezing points and hin ers formation of large ice or B PW Sale SILOAM SPRINGS - The an ual Business and Professional omen's rummage sale has een scheduled for May 4 at the | iloam Spring communityl uilding. Members are now so- citing articles for the sale, 'roceeds will be used in city ivic work. Morning Musjcafo, Held At Curtis Home The University-Fayettiville Symphony Society Morning Musicale was held in the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Myers Curtis on April IS. A program of piano selections was presented by Ronald Chilts. Mr. Chile* is a senior piano major student in the University of Arkansas Music Department. He will participate for the second time next month when the University-Fayettc- ville Symphony plays with t h e soloists in its special concerto program. Mr. Chiles opened his program with three preludes by Chopin. Moving into the Impressionist Period, he chose numbers of DeBussy. T h e closing group by Bartok was a "Suite for Piano." n gro'.:r of pieces related to Hungarian folk tunes. BITA'C FOK H»m RITA a FASHIONS SILON OPFN MON. THRO SAT. I A.M. DIAL SCHOOT. (TUNIC OPEN 8 ».M. MOX. THRU SAT. r.NROI.I.IV'i NOW FOR ADVAMT. 11*11! STVI.IXfi Cl-t^SE 1 !. CAM. HITA'S SCHOOL US-Sin. 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