Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 22, 1969 · Page 6
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AT PROVINCE-DISTRICT MEETING y..'.'! In'i. Mrs. Boinr.an. Mrs. Ball. Miss Wade, Mrs. : : i:::d'.'.!rs. Tulhs (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) AInha Chi Omega Has "·" co\inee-District Meet T.r.a of .legians and the District alumnae id bill- chairman hy '.he- tilunir.nc were he-id in a divided session at the Student L n i o n . Mrs. Richard Junior Civic League Honors Miss The Junior Civic League of Fayetteville honored Miss Ma rie B r o w n, Fayetteville's Teacher of the Year, with a banquet April 15 at the Spring dale Country Club. Seated at the head table with Miss Brown were Mrs. Kara .Jordan, a former Teacher o: "C.:k'.:-. Mr?. Richard Rutlcri.ee,jthe Year and one of Miss i Tulsa. w a s toasur.isircss.jBrown's colleagues; Mrs. A ·;c*:;'.i y..-cosinition w u s given to I Marti, present principal of As f.s a new bell School; Mrs. Rodney Ry an. president of the Junior Civ ic League and Mrs. Carl Owen by, who made the presentation .uc? 01' iTonL'niiion w i l l be of awards. rricd :n these members of! Other friends of Miss Brown I were Mrs. A. J. Wells, Mrs ! Barbara Mitchell and Mrs. T ! W. Kittrell. iMiss Brown was presented an orchid, and a silver tray in Buck i f S::!.\\ t :;e:' '.\as elected Provide iK'i-.-ick-nL and Mrs. George L. B o w m a n was re-elected Dii-'.nr. .Y:uni::,iu Chairman. . \ Ii::-.r!u-on was held ill the .-"· :;!::·; I ··inn Ballroom ;:; r.oon he keynote music for scribed with "Teacher of t h e Year, 1969. Junior Civic League Liuie Rock A l u m n a e Club Miss Marie Brown." She als · -.1 in charge of the decorations] received a scrapbook fillet ·: .-yir.s v.:t t h e Iherne "Ri^por.-j with congratulatory letters ibi'..;y s:i Focus w i t h Cameras I cards and telegrams from many n ;-'ocus on Responsibilities." friends including Fred Starr M a t i n g * and seminar w o r k ! D r . Wayne White and Mr. and · · ; - . - M ' ' n leadership t r a i n i n g , M ,. s jj a rshall Shinn of Farm- t t v r.ckl S;:t';rnay Miovnoon. of the he cci- L h. : .* evcninc ihcrc v-.,"s H Rod CVri-r.i'.'n buffet at t h e .Alpha Chi Orr.cga house with the Delta ilh'i /.'.,-:r.er as ho-tc.-.-. On. the n'.neement flanked by lyre can- cilcholders. Red carnation centerpieces mid golden lyres decorated the tables. The Kay County ,-ind Midwest City Alumnae-'.Clubs from Oklahoma as sisted in the decorating. A fun night with skits by collegians was held after the buf- ington. The tables were decorated with sketches and drawings made by Miss Brown's former '" L '. pupils. 01 Following the banquet, a style show was presented under direction of Tom Hendricks, with Mrs. Doris Hendricks as nar rator. Shower Honors Miss Catbcart Miss Janet Cathcart, bride elect of Hank Dalrymple, was complimented with a miscellaneous drop-in shower on April 3, Mrs. Glenn Neal was hostess, assisted by her mother. Mrs. Edward Patterson at the Patterson home. Guests of honor were Mrs. A; Cathcart and Mrs. H.H. Dairy mple. mothers of the engager couple. The bride-elect's chosen colors of blue and white were used in the decorations and refresh ments. Jfarthwit ArfcwtMU Si or MEN by Owaldin* Clift t · NwttiwMl Arkamai TIMIS, TUM., April 22, IHf MYBTTIVILLC, MKANtM Announcements The Sigma Nu Mothers and Wives Club will meet Thursday at 9 a.m. at the Sigma Nu chapter house for a coffee, with Mrs. Berna Dean Morrow, housemother, as hostess. The Fayetteville Association of Educational Secretaries will hold an installation dinner Thurs day at 6:30 p.m. at the Chicken Shack. Dr. Wayne White, Superintendent of the Fayetteville Schools, will i n s t a l l the new o f f i c e r s . and the speaker will be Dr. Hugh Mills. director of general extension at Ihe University. Members may bring one guest. Daughters of Demeter will meet at 9:30 a.m. Thursday at the AGR House. Mrs. Dorothy Portch of the Women's Physical Education Faculty will present a program on "Shaping up and Keeping Fit," in which members may participate. Buddy Poppies will go on sale Friday and Saturday by members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and Auxiliary. Proceeds will be used for the benefit of disabled and needy veterans and the widows and orphans of deceased veterans. Sigma Conclave, m, Elecfs New Officers Sigma Conclave of Kappa Kappa Iota Society held a potluck dinner Thursday at the home of Mrs. Diane Modisette. with 10 members and two guests attending. The serving table was decorated with chartreuse calendulas in copper kettles. slate of officers for 1969-70 was elected as follows: Mrs. Theodora Hallin, president: Mrs. Marjorie McConnell. vice president: Mrs. Tomlyn Backus, secretary; Mrs. Georgie McCandless, treasurer and Mrs. Eileen Hendricks, program chairman. It was announced that there will be no meeting in May this year. Plush Showcase A new picture-frame showcase is a big, hand-rubbed walnut frame containing plus velvet maroon pads around the space for a portrait. The pads provide over 200 square inches of display area. On these you pin medals or awards. The center area is big enough for an 8x10 photo or citation. It is suggested for use with m i l i t a r y or athletic remembrances. Auxiliary To Hold Annual Membership Tea Officers and members of Washington General Hospital Auxiliary will hold their annual membership tea on Friday. April 25, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Phil Deal. No. 1 Holly Hill Road, just off Highway 45 East. Because the hospital represents all of Washington County, all women in Fayettevilli and other surrounding cities and communities are urged to attend. Officers now serving are Mrs. Sam McNair. for her second term as president: Mrs. Irene Stearns, vice president: Mrs. J.D.Fisher, treasurer; Mrs. J. E. Grant, secretary; Mrs. C. E. McKinney, parliamentarian, who will receive the guests along with Mrs. Bill Litzinger, president-elect, and some of the former officers. Memberships for the year will be accepted and the many activities of the auxiliary will be explained. Guests will tour the spacious house and grounds of the Deal home. Mrs. M e a r l McKinney is chairman in charge of arrangements for the tea. and members of her committee are Mrs. C.K. Jones, Mrs. Thomas Lewis, Mrs. Stearns. Mrs. Ruth Hamilton and Mrs. W. J. Baerg. Washington General Hospital Auxiliary held its quarterly business meeting April 17 in the conference room of the hospital. A new revised constitution and by-laws were adopted. Mrs. Sam McN'air, president, announced that equipment for a beauty shop is now being installed, which will allow women patients to have beauty work done at the hospital by their own hairdressers. Mrs. McNair also said that redecorating in the maternity ward would be underway shortly. The group also voted to make the pediatrics ward a brighter and more cheerful place for the children. Mrs. J. D. Fisher and Mrs. Bill Litzinger made reports on the Midwest Auxiliary Convention which they attended recently at Kansas City, Mo., and arrangements were made for members to attend the N'orth Arkansas District meeting at Harrison April 24. Washington General Hospital Auxiliary, organized 20 years ago. has contributed over $20, 000 in equipment to the hospital and provides many volunteer services throughout the hospital. The well-stocked gift shop provides a continuing means of fund-raising. Mrs. McNair reminded members of the annual tea to be PLANNING HOSPITAL AUXILIARY TEA .. . at the home oj Mrs. Phil Deal are, /rom left, Mrs. W. J. Baerg, Mrs. Deal and Mr*. Bili D. Litringer. (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) Convention Planners y "I Portland, Ore., u L v president and Inh-a! Headquarters re- '.z'.\ f: Mr-. Patricia '·'. p r : n : d a l e . president ·-···-·hv^-;orn Regional .: · : H.-A and .Mrs. Har- · '-. ;.r.i f.f Little Rock, . ·.:·:·· pr*-i"iem: Hostess :- in V .iotteville and ; . r - ; - i - i ' r . ! - are Beta . M r - . W. L. Feery; : -r.:r:.±. Mrs. Don .-.-·. !'.···: 3 Tau. Mrs. . 7 I M f p h o i o bv Ken f r;IEE MliNG IHSIRUCIIONS I NEW CLASSES BEGINNING MAY 1, 1969 THURSDAY NIGHT -- 6 to 8 P.M. No Charge Except For Materials Enrollmcnr Limited Please Call or Come By LaPc'ite Yarn Shop Evelyn Hillr 442-2151 Multicolored stripes on white backgrounds* battao-downwfflttycnBf) and wrinkk-frte Mond 4e dock. And it newt bv to be irooed. 5-i'sh rinjolar ftccisioo n a aeffajcwogbt hkad oi COTSM md poiycseer.Trim Hogger bodjr. la varied striping?. All ornbexint. M , ** E. Cen'«r ft 442-6101 Births ISftui-; W8WWSMW i'iJWW- · W Washington General Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Ackerman, Bentonville, a son, April 17. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Crownover, Route 8, a son, April 17. Mr. and Mrs. Ted J. Dokc, Route 5, a son, April 17. Mr. and Mrs. Roy K. Hankins, Combs, a daughter, April 17. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Stone, 1137 Ellis, a son, April 17. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Drummond. Elkins, a daughter, April 18. held Friday at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Phil Deal, and has invited all women in the area to join the auxiliary and participate in the many volunteer services. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Robert Ah rents, Springdale, a son, April 18. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny S. Gooding, Route 2, a daughter, April 18. Mr. and Mrs. Harold D. Ramsey, Prairie Grove, a daughter. April 18. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlile. Rogers, a son. April 19. Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Conduff, Farmington. a son. April 19. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Flynn. Farmington ,a son, April 19. Mr. and Mrs. Moryin Selvey, Route 8. a son. April 19. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lee. Springdale, a daughter. April 20. Mr. and Mrs. Jerald W. Wai- rod, 310-A N. Willow, a daughter, April 20. Inexpensive Trellis An ine-pensive trellis for vines can be made from wooden coat hooks by straightening with pliers and then pulling them lout. I Xail hangers on a strip of i lumber upside down. Sharpen the eni of the stake to make it easy to drive into the ground. Pain; the trellis and you have a good looking, sturdy support for an^ plant that needs it. 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