Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 24, 1973 · Page 5
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: Mrs ADDRESSING INVITATIONS to the Jaycette sponsored fashion show on March 10 are (l-r) Mrs. Gary N. Chancy, John Marinoni, Mrs. Bill C. Lee and Mrs. Robert Cook (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) Style Show Planned By Jaycettes A wine and cheese party at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday. March 10, at the. Holiday Inn and a showing of designer fashions to benefit the National Foundation of the March of Dimes is the next project of Fayetteville Jaycettes. Invitations will go in the mail this weekend. Clothes from t o o designers with familiar names will be modeled by members of the organization and accessories will be provided by a local store. Joey Hendrix will play the organ. Proceeds will help the National Foundation in its mission to lead, direct and unify the fight to prevent birth defects and the consequences. Mrs. Robert Cook, president of the Fayetteville Jaycette Chapter, is general chairman. Working with her as committee chairmen are Miss Paula Marinoni and Mrs. Archie Jennings, fashion coordinators; Mrs. Tom January, Mrs. Coy Kaylor Jr., and Mrs. Al Baltz, invitations; Mrs. John Marinoni, publicity; Mrs. Ken Young, decorations; Mrs. Bill Lee and Mrs. Gene Petros, refreshments. Ill] |||!|!||||||||!||l||ll!llHI|!llllll)ll«ll!inillllll«inill!lllllll!i This r n That About Town ·iiiiniiiM^ By MARY ALICE PEARSON Lester Lewis, , president of Fayetteviile Symphony Society, Engagement Told Miss Phillips Engaged tells us that the Society is having its 19th annual membership campaign at this time and cordially invites everyone to support their efforts to help in the cultural growth of Fayetteville. Nearly all the income of the Society is used for scholarships for talented young musicians to study at the University of Arkansas and to play in the Symphony. A total of $3,200 in scholarships was offered June 1, 1972 and those receiving them were Karen White, concert mistress, Julia Smiley. Richard Faulkner, Elizabeth W a l k e r , Linda R a m s e y , Jo Anne Fulton, Teresa Fream, Tony Robertson, and Evelyn Gallup, violin; Steven Vann, Beverely Meyer, Anitra Williams and Sue Wadkins, viola; Barry Price and W a y n e Conway, cello; Hal Hollingsworth Tom Worthy and Joe Cripps, bass; Denise Oler. oboe;Jim Mhoon, tympanit and Susan Shawn, bassoon. One may become a sponsor, a patron, a business sponsor, and civic organizations may also obtain memberships in t h e Society, which is planning for the future with an emphasis on attracting more players {or the steaks, he even brought his. own cooking equipment, not trusting Eloise to have the right things. Fred Starr was speaker for the annual Chamber of Commerce banquet in Poteau, Okla. Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. John Llneber- ger of FayeUcville announce the engagement of (heir daughter, Debra Jean, to Richard Levy Miller, · son of Mrs. Carl Miller Sr. and (He late Mr. Miller of Texarkana, Tex. The wedding will be an event of Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, June 2, a t ; University Baptist Church in Fayetteville. Charlotte Ann Smith, former Fayetteville resident and now of Nowata, Oka., is the author of the lead article in Writer's Digest for February, "How To Be a Selling Writer." She is the daughter of Mrs. R u b e n Blood of Springdale and spent ler childhood in the Sons Chapel Community. She writes features for several magazines and papers including the Tulsa World. NorthuipBt Arkansas . Major General and Mrs. I Thomas M. Phillips announce the engagement at (heir daughter, Jaquita DeAnn, to Stephen Jackson Rinncrt, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Rinnert, all of Fayetteville. Miss -Phillips and her fiance are both graduates of Fayetteville ,High School and both alfenfl the University o£ Arkansas where she is a freshman and he is a junior studying marketing. He is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. The wedding will be an event of Wednesday, May 23, at the First Christian Church id Fayetteville. They plan to continue their education at the University. orchestra and an program schedule. expanded Chris Venema, Tony Treat and Kym DeLille have returned from Little Rock where they served as pages for Dr. Morris Henry in the Arkansas Legislature and saw and heard the Astronauts when they spoke in Little Rock. TTT WOMEN Saturday, Feb. 24, 1973 Beta Sigma Phi Chapter Hears Talk On Antiques Mary Lucille Yoe's son, Clay B. Yoe, and Don Spann have opened the firm Spann and Yoe, Architect and Engineer in Rogers. Clay graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Architectural Engineering from Washington University in St. Louis, and he and his wife, , Betty, and daughter, Suzanne, live at 915 South 15th Street, Rogers. Don graduated from the University of Arkansas with a B a c h e l o r of Architecture degree. We wish them well. Kenneth Osborne and Beatriz Pilapil, members of the University of Arkansas music faculty, served as clinicians for the National Association of the American Federation of Music Clubs at Harrison Saturday. They heard 100 young musicians [rom elementary school through high school ages at a workshop. Mrs. Osborne accompanied members of the University chapter of the American Guild of Organists to Fort Smith Tuesday to hear John Hose, organist, in recital at the Westminister Presbyterian Church. Jose Greco, making an unprecedented third appearance in Fayetteville, and Nana Lorca with a company of Spanish dancers, singers and musicians will end the Community Concert series for this season next Thursday night at Barnhill Fieldhouse. O p e r a or field glasses from audience-level will add to the enjoyment of the performance. We own some beautiful opera glasses that our mother bought in Paris many years ago and might be persuaded to lend them. About parking! The traffic office at the University says parking is legal after 5 p.m. in all lots on the campus and in all reserved spots except those clearly marked 24 hours. Upsilon Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Cathy Hale on Shadowridge. Special guest speaker the .evening's proaram was Mrs. Bill Lucke, who spoke on "The Connoisseur." In an illustrated talk, Mrs. Lucke discussed the steps and hints a beginner to Rhea and Warren Segrayes have returned from their first trip down the Arkansas River in their new boat. They went to Little R o c k to see the Delta Queen and Border Star race. They made the. trip down in one day, but it took two to come back. While in Little Rock they had dinner with Margaret and Walls Trimble. And now Rhea is busy getting ready for daughter Janie's wedding next Saturday. The day Jane Morgan completed 60 costumes for "Androcles and the Lion," she began s k e t c h i n g costumes for Smetana's opera, "The Bar- iered Bride." So goes the work of the University of Arkansas Theater costumer. There never any time off from production to production in t h e educational theater. And, Jane likes it! As with every opera, 1 costumes for "The Bartered Bride" offer a lot of variation. They are "done from scratch," and represent a challenge. The advanced theatrical costumes class will make from 50 to 70 costumes for the opera, which will be presented March 2, 3, 5 and 6 in the Arts Center Theater. Advance tickets and reservations may be obtained by contacting the University Theater ticket office beginning Monday. Tickets also may be purchased at the door. follow in .beginning a collection. She then displayed photographs of varied collections of her own, ranging from antique furniture ·jo primitives. Concluding the program, members and guests, viewed a collection of antique copper belonging to Mrs. Dick O'Connell and held an informal question and answer session on collecting antiques. During the business session, I members voted to contribute to Indian Trail House, a local home to aid juveniles in the| surrounding a r e a . Chapter members also pledged contributions to the Beta Sigma Phi International Loan and Endowment Fund. Mrs. Ed Smith, city council representative, reported | on plans for the dedication of the Verna Mae Keener plaque to be placed in the cobalt room of Washington General Hospital. Members voted to participate the resi- for the were Mrs. Barbara Singletoi Mrs. Carol Ripple and Mr: Carolyn LaPointe. Members an guests were served refresl merits by Mrs. Hale during th social hour. The next meeting will be he! at 8 p.m. Tuesday. March at the home of Mrs. Gai Roberts. The program will b given toy Mrs. O'Connell o "The Land and Art." Engagement Announced Hr. unrt Mrs. Aaron Belli Jr. of Fayotleville announce the engagement and approaching Announcements marriage of their daughter, Linda Kay, to Michael Gene Bcpiionit, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Kcppond of Joplin, Mo. They are both students al the University of Arkansas. Wedding «lans are Incomplete. Chi Omega Alumnae will leet at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in le home of Mrs. G. L. By- oacle, 339 N. Washington. Mrs. eovge Holcomb will review The Marquis de More." Modern Literature Club will nect at 3 p.m. Tuesday in the ome of Mrs. Harold HanU. Irs. George Kernodle will eview "Henry James The faster," by Leon Edel. Tri Delia Mother's Club will meet for luncheon at 12:45 p.m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. oe Fleming. Assisting Mrs. Fleming will he Mrs. Phillip Bocquet, Mrs. W. E. Brooks and Mrs. J. A. Williams. New Knitting Classes Beginning Thursday, March 1, 6 TO 8 P.M. Instructions FREE Pre-Regislrations Required LaPelite Yarn Shop Evelyn Hills Shpg. Ctrv 443-2151 Ttic Estate Planning Group of AAUW will meet al 9:30 a.m. rfonday in the home of Mrs. J. R. BisscU. Lewis Jones will speak on "Wills." N o r t h w e s t A r k a n s a s Aquarium Society, a new organization, will meet at 7:30 p.m Monday in Phillips Plaza Community Building in Springdale and in the future will meet every second and fourth Monday nights. All interested persons are invited to attend. For further information Charles Embry. 442-5742. will provide it. FUN FURS again this year in dential canvassing Cancer Crusade in April. Guests attending the meeting Seersucker Sparkles S e e r s u c k e r snaps and sparkles In plaid costumes. Brisk seersucker of polyester and cotton sets a crisp Spring pace for jacket-dresses and suits. They are usually lined in rayon for shape-retention. niHiniiiiiiiiiMiiiiiniuiiMiiHMiiiiiiinMinM^ ' Daily Calendar of Events MERCHANTS COLOR PORTRAITS for all ages 8'* JO T 99^ Plus 86^ Handling To Marry Mr. and Mrs. .Tim Lindsay of 'Fayetteville announce Ihe engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Brenda Elaine,, to Michael L. Harvey, son of Mrs. Virginia Harvey of Fayetteville a n d Economy Meals ' When the food budget needs bolstering, there's no bealinj pasta. Add a small quantity o: meat to noodles or macaron and the result is a hearty dish that's always popular with the family. KOBIE CAKES For Weddings, Anniversaries, Birthdays, and ALL Special Occasions. To Order Phone 839-2243. (Closed Tuesdays) Hwy 71, West Fork the lale Barney 3. Harvey. The bride-elect is a student at Fayetteville High School. The prospective bridegroom is a 1972 graduate of the same high school and is presently attending the University of Arkansas where he is majoring in business. The wedding will be an event of 7 o'clock in the evening, June 9, at Calvary Baptist Church in Fay- etfeville. Janie and Howard Cissell moved to Denton, Tex. this week where he will be on the coaching staff at North Texas State where Hayden Fry is the new head coach.. Howard has been head football coach at Fayetteville High School the last several years. Buford Farris of Fort Smith drove up one day this week to visit sister and brother-in-law Eloise and Bill Baerg and brought all the necessary items for a cookout. In addition to Tonight Forty Club, Springdale Holiday Inn, 7 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, 112/4 W. Center, 7 p.m. Dance Party, Adult Center, 7:30 p.m. · Dudes and Dolls, 112'A W. Center, 8 p.m. "Get with the Girls who moke it" FABRIC GITY OZARK BEAUTY SALON WELCOMES MAXINE WEIR and her Patrons I T ] E. MAPLE -- 442-2711 r*r Ywr Pmcrifrtton MM* *M O. We Give SU Green Stamps | QUAKER DRUG | 22 E. Center -- 442-42W Cit j Parking Lot In Rear i DISCOUNT ON MEN'S AND WOMEN'S COATS PARKAS JACKETS - VESTS Sunday Alcoholics Anonymous, 112% W. Center, VI p.m. Monday Recycling Center, West Street, Monday through Saturday, t a.m.-5 p.m. ' : Mother's Morning Out, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Monday through Friday, 8:30-11:30 a.m. Community Adult Center, Hillcrest Towere, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Estate Planning Group, AAUW, Mrs. J.R. Bissett, 9:30 a.m. Chili Supper, St. Joseph's School Cafeteria, 5 p.m.-8 p.m. Evening Lions Club, Wyatt's, 6:30 p.m. NWA Association for Retarded Children, First United Presbyterian. Church, 7:30 p.m, TOPS, General Hospital, 7:30 p.m. Washington Lodge No. 1 FA.M., Masonic Temple, 7 : 30 p.m. MMmmiHaKKiaHM^^ I master charge Sale Ends March 3rd BANKAMEFHCARD Open Mon.-Sot. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fun Furs For Every Occasion '^V/KlApAA; FARM FURS ' 205 N. Arkansas St. Rogers, AR 72756 A Div. of Pcl-Freei Rabbil Meat, Inc. COMPARE AT 25.00 Presented as an expression of thanks for your patronage. "GENUINE FULL NATURAL COLOR PORTRAITS! Not tinted or painted 'SATISFACTION GUARANTEED or money refunded *FOR ALL AGES! Babies.children, adults. Groups photographed at small additional cost. ·FREE 8x10 living color portrait to all customers over 60 yrs. of age. ·LIMITED OFFER One per subject, One per family. (BALDWIN) WILSON'S MKT. BSKT. (East) Thurs., March 1st 11 a.m.--7 p.m. (ElKINS) MARIES H1TCHIN POST Tues., Feb. 27th 11 a.m.--7 p.m.

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