Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 23, 1969 · Page 3
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NorthwMt Aricama* TIMES, W«d. f April 33, 1969 FAYITTIVILLf. AftlCANM* ·mil This 'N That About Town MISS DARLENE MOORE . . . bride-elect of David Gibbs Westbrook Darlene Moore, Dinner Honors D.G. Westbrook BSP Chapter T~ D~ kA-s....:~J I Members of Preceptor Zeta I 0 06 Married Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi so TM , .. Irority were guests at a "mystery Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore, dinner" Saturday evening at tb Highway 16 East, Fayetteville. ' announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Darlene, to David Gibbs Westbrook. son of Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Westbrook of Du- A High iraduatc of Fayetteville chool. Miss Moore attended the University of Arkansas and is presently employed as secretary to the Washington County Judge. Mr. Westbrook attended Dumas High School, Castle Heights Military Academy in Lebanon, Tnn.. and Patterson School for Boys at Lanore. N.C. He is now a sophmore at the University of Arkansas where he is majoring in zoology. An August wedding is planned. home of Mr. and Mrs. Denn Greeson, 1534 Klmwood Drive. Hosts for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Greeson and Mr and Mrs. Lowell Rise. Invited guests were Mr. and Mrs. Tryon Lewis. Mr. and Mrs Bill Mabry. Mr. and Mrs. Bil Mahan. Mr. and Mrs. Al Cobb Mrs. Adele O'Connell. Mrs Exine Page and Miss Peggy McNutt. Card games were played af ter dinner. KurthttMt Arkanm ft Edited by Geraifline Cliff 9 a By GERALDINB CUR Mrs. Russell Broyles of Farmington treasurer of the North Arkansas Conference of the WSCS, United Methodist Church tell in the church office at Paragould after the annual meeting April 10-12, and broke her hip. Mrs. Broyles was flown to Fayetteville April 12 and entered Washington General Hospital, where surgery was performed on the broken hip April 15. She is reported to be in satisfactory condition. Word has been received here of the marriage of Mrs. Bette Pinkston Mashhurn and Pat rick Clay Bernelle. The wedding took place April 11 at Dallas, Tex. The bride is a former resident of Fayetteville, and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Pipkston of Springdale. The newlyweds are at home at 5319 Longview in Dallas. Sp. 5 Gean W. Gray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gray of Fayetteville received his discharge from the U.S. Army April 13 after four years of service. He was stationed the past two years at Burtonwood, England, where he was a Chaplain's assistant. On his way home lie stopped in Mayfield. Kv., For a visit with his brother, Sam Gray and family Walter met him there, and they returned to Fayetteville together. Miss Marie Brown, who was named Teacher of the Year by the Junior Civic League, will he honored at a reception Sunday afternoon from 2:30 to 4:3( at the Asbell School, with mem- bers of the Asbell PTA as hostesses. The public is invited, and a special invitation is being issued to Miss Brown's former pupils. Asbell School is located on North Sang Ave. June Martin, National Car Rental System representative ing of National's new Compu- ;ing of National'* new Computerized Reservations System Monday in Dallas. Beta Sigma Phi To Note 38th Anniversary The Fayetteville chapters of Beta Sigma Phi will celebrate the 3fth anniversary of the organization's founding April 30 at 7 p.m. in the Downtown Motor Lodge. The four local chap- ten will be observing Founder's Day along with approximately 9,100 chapters and some 200,000 members in the United States s well as in Canada and 15 reign countries. Mrs. James B. Stowe is serv- g as chairman of the Found- r's Day banquet. Mrs. Tryon ewis will be toastmistress. Program speakers include rs. Ab Bidwell, Mrs. Robert atrick. Mrs. Robert Eoff, Mrs. rank Wages and Miss Mararet McNutt. The history of the local chap- _jrs will be reviewed and new members will receive a wel- ome to membership. A real treat is in store for motorists who are out looking for beautiful spring flowers, if they will drive by the home of Mrs. Paul Rhodes at 531 N. Washington. Her azaleas are "something to write home about." Glenda Sines Complimented Miss Glenda Sines, future bride of Henry Barber, was complimented at a miscellaneous shower April 9 when Mrs. Edward Patterson and her daughter, Mrs. Glenn Neat, entertained at the Patterson home. Mrs. Norwood Sines, mother of the honoree, was a special guest. A color scheme of pink anc white was carried out in the do corations and refreshments, am the table was appointed w i l l silver and crystal. Miss Sines was assisted in the opening and recording of h e r gifts by Miss Alice Alexander Shower Held For Diane Hudspeth Miss Diane Hudspeth of Har ison, bride-elect of David Roddey of Wtrren, was honor- at a miscellaneous shower Sunday, April 13, at the ome of Mrs. Mike Moles with Miss Becky Bennett as co-host- ss. The bride-to-be was accom- anied to the shower by her mother, Mrs. Mary Clark Hudspeth of Harrison. Spring flowers carrying out he bride-elect's chosen colors of powder blue and white deco- ated the house. Guests w e r e erved refreshments from a sil- er appointed table. Gifts were arranged on a ta- je covered with a white linen loth and blue netting centered vith a bride doll. The honoree was assisted in opening her gifts by Miss Susan Brillhart. BIT A'? *°" M * m Kl I A J FASHION* (MX!* OFEX MO*. TWHO t»T. i A.M. DIAL 4u.no ·CHOOI. CUMC ore* I AJL MOIf. VHRC S4T. Kmotuwi sow FOR ABTANOE urn urniNO cuasa. cui HTA1 KIMOt MUUL Scholarships, Awards Given At AWS Festival Scholarships and awards pre scntcd at the Association of Women Students spring festival at the University of Arkansas last week have been announced by president Peggy Bosmyer Pi Beta Phi from West Helena, as followi: Receiving the $150 Panhellenic Scholarship was Anne Brookes, Kappa Alpha Theta from LV Queen. Linda Faulkner, Kappa Alpha Theta from Fayetteville, a n t Barbara Toll Alexander, Alph Chi Omega from Little Rock were presented the Roles ol Women Award for outstanding contribution to AWS. Linda past president of AWS and Bar bara is past programs chair man. Ann Willis, Futrall from Par agould. won the "Outstanding Member of Gamma Sigma Sig ma" award for 1968-69. Gamma Sigma Sigma is a newly-formed service sorority on campus. Four H House won the Pennj Night trophy for the greates amount of money collected on the last Penny Night. Members of Chimes, Cardina Key and Mortar Board were al so tapped at the Festival. Four Seasons Garden Club Has Meeting The April meeting of the Fou Seasons Garden Club was hel at the home of Mrs. Neil Ingels with Mrs. Roger Koetter an Mrs. John Teas as specia guests. At tht State Daffodil Show, Mrs. Ingels received a ribbon for a single flower entry, and Mrs. Bill Younkin received ribbon for an arrangement. Mrs. Bob Frans and Mrs. Ron Talbert gave the program "Rhubarb and Asparagus." Births Washington General Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Bum pass. 900 N. Leverett. a son April 21. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin R. Ham mond, 512 N. East St., a son April 21. MULTIPLE CHOICE AD Check The Headline Whlcn Best Describes Your Problem... ] 1. You need a larger home but you don't know where to turn. 3Z.You need s better ear but you don't know where to get It. J. You need a belter job but you don't know where to find it. n 4. You need to hire a secretary but you don't know where to find the right nS.You need home furnish- Ings nut you don't know where in get the bell buys. Ofi.You want to »cll your extra TV set but you don't know where to reach a hnycr. nT.Yon need cash but you don't know how to get It. O g. Any one of he above but you're not sure what to do. N» matter which ones you cheeked, the Northwest Arkansas Time* Classified Adi are Ihe answer to your problem. 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