Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 24, 1969 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 24, 1969
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MISS BRENDA KAY DILL ... bride-elect oj Larry Gene Kelson Miss Brenda Dill To Marry Larry G. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Hugh W. Dill of Fayetteville announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Brenda Kay, to Larry Gene Nelson, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Neil Nelson of Mountain Home. A1965 graduata of Fayetteviile High School, Misi Dill received her BSE degree from the University of Arkansas in January, »nd is presently working on her master's degree in speech. She was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, Uarkettes, Angel Flight, UA debate squad, Pan- liellenic National Collegiate Players and was a finalist for National College Football Queen Mr. Nelson is a 1965 graduate of Mountain Home High School, and is a senior banking anc finance major at the University where he will receive his degree · in June. His fraternity is Tau Kappa Epsilon, where he has served as pledge educator treasurer and chaplain. He is al so a member of the Uarkettes ·nd played on the UA golf team Mr. Nelson serves in the re gerve officer candidate program of the U. S. Navy, and spenl last summer at the Naval Acade my. He will receive his com mission in August, after com pletion of Officers Candidate School in Newport, R.I. A late August wedding i: planned at the University Bap list Church in Fayetteville. Cercle Francais To Present Play At Old Main The University of Arkansas Cercle Francais will present th one-act Eugene lonesco play 'La Cantatrice Chauve." o Sunday. April 27, and Tuesday April 29. The performances s c h e d u l e d for 8 o'clock both n i g h t s , will be heli in the urium. Old Room tickets are on M a i n Aud: 108. Advanc sale this wee Green Thumb African Violet Show Held The Green Thunib African Vio- ct Society held its annual show April 13 at Hoot School, with 08 African Violets entered b y j members. A total of 52 ribbons were warded. 24 blue, 17 red and 1 white. Mrs. Fred Kerr's plant, "le gend" won queen of the show ·osette. and she also won the sweepstakes rosette award for mving the most blue ribbons, lunncr-up rosette award went .o Mrs. Morris Maxwell. Plants in unusual containers won ribbons for Mrs. Huth Stew art and Mrs. Maxwell. In the arrangements division, ibbons were won by Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. Barbara Parker. Mrs. ?erniece Cotton. Mrs. Clara Bird Vfrs. Ellie Duncan and Mrs. Maxwell. Music for the show was furnished by Ron Young. Mrs. Donald Miller of Spring- tele won a subscription to the African Violet magazine, and Mrs. Charles Floyd of Harmon and Mrs. Eula Todd of Springdale served as judges for the show. IttliHBfflBKfl Nurthtnrat Arkmns 2 OMEN luncheon Honors Chairmen Of Fashion Show Northwest Arkanut TIMES, Thurt., April 24, 1969 FAYITTEVILLI, ARKANSAS in the Student Union and the may be purchased at the doorj ,he nights of performance. The play, termed an "anti- piece" by its author, is now considered a germinal work of ;he Theatre of the Absurd, and ias been widely performed both in France and in this country. Directed by George Newtown of Fayetteville. the play includes among its cast. Marketta Peitso, Helsinki. Finland ami Philip Frisk, Minneapolis, Minn, as Madame and Monsieur Smith. Catherin Matthews, North Little Rock, and Roger Kocher. Milwaukee. Wise., portray the Martins. Paula Nickel!. Ozark, and Charles Mnrhouse. Smyrna. Tenn., round out the cast as Mary, la Bonne, and le Capi taine des Pompiers. Jan Sanders, Brussels, Belgium, and Larry Woodall, Hot Springs, are acting as set designer and lighting director, respectively. Elaine Goss, Alexandria. Va., will be narrator-prompter. The public is cordially invited to what should prove to be a most enjoyable evening of avant- garde theatre. Membership Drive For Concert Series Pronounced Success The recent membership campaign for the 1969-70 concert scries of the Northwest Arkansas Community Concert Association was a success, according to Hugh R. Kincaid, Presi dent. The fourth attraction will be Frank Guarrcra, Metropolitan Opera Company vocalist. Guarrera has appeared more often at the Metropolitan than any other living baritone, is a regular guest artist with the leading United States opera organizations and has made innumerable recordings. Featured also in the coming season will be Mantovani and his orchestra with David Bar- Illijn. pianist, and the Stockholm University Chorus. Two weeks before the first attraction this fall, membership card. 1 ivill be mailed giving dates of the concerts. Only member? ·nay attend, since tickets are never sold at the door. Additional persons recenth appointed to serve on the NACA board of directors are Dr. Anderson Nettleship. Thomas Corn- Mrs. Doyle Maguire and Mrs. Cecil Ingram, general co-chairman of the style show staged recently by the Women's Association of the Fayetteville Cuun Edited by Oeroldine Cliff try Club, were hostesses for a noon luncheon Tuesday at the MIIBWIIMroiiramiBraniTM Ingram home honoring the co- · 3 chairman of the various comm- littccs who assisted with the event. White snapdragons in silver containers were used on the dining table, and a bouquet was sent by the current president. Mrs. P.E. Smith, who was unable to attend. Those honored were Mrs. Joe Krcd Starr, narrator; Mrs. Lee Kirby and Mrs. J.E. Tancred, reservations; Mrs. Marcus Waiden and Mrs. William Weatherford, program: Mrs. John P. Owen and Mrs. E.J. Ball, decorations; Mrs. Robert McCollum and Mrs. John Larry Starr, fashions; Mrs. J.W. Cain and Mrs. Ralph G u f f , menu and Mrs. N.T. Henley, publicity. Also attending was Mrs. Al Erisun Jr.. president-elect. well. Mrs. L. McKeehan Mrs. Wilbur Watson, Mrs. Glenr Clayton. Mrs. John Sugg. Mrs Sterling Anders and Mrs. Cecil Ingram. To Be June Bride The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Barbara Jean Stinchcomh to Gregory Dale Reed is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Stinchcomh if Prairie Grove. Parents of the prospective bridegroom arc Mr. and Mrs. Dale R. Reed of Morrow. The bride- elect is a graduate of Prairie Grove High School, and is now employed at (he 1). H. Baldwin Company. Her fiance, a graduate of Lincoln High School, is currently employed at the Farmer's and Merchant's Rank at Prairie Grove. The wedding w i l l take place June 28 at the Prairie Grove Methodist Church. Cradle Shower Given For Mrs. Gary Rakes Mrs. Gary Rakes. 1034 Morningside Drive, was guest of honor at a cradle shower Tuesday evening. Hostess for the event was Mrs. Tony Sisemorc. The honorec was presented a corsage of seasonal flowers, and I the serving table was decorated i with a bouquet of spring bios-1 sonis. The gifts were arranged in a i bassinet, which was presented I to Mrs. Rakes. i Mrs. Eva Stansbcrry. sister of I the honorec. assisted in opening land recording the gifts. [ Approximately 15 guests attended. Leave Extra Clothes Make it a practice never to "park" a growing child with grandma or friends for the day without leaving a fresh change of clothing with the "sitters." Yougsters of the exploratory or active ages are sure to get into some kind of dirty mischief which requires an immediate bath or shower--followed by clean duds from the skin out. HIWII fill IMMW H I MMI.I B3IW1! PWd i::lT Announcements The Antiques and History Group of AAUW will met Sat urday at 2 p.m. at the hum of Mrs. R. K. Bent. 804 High land. SAI Has Final Meet Of Year The alumnae group of Sigma Omicron Chapter. Sigma Alpha lota, national professional music fraternity, met Thursday evening for the final meet- ng of the year at the home of Mrs. Helen Lewis Bucquin. Mrs. Robert II. Hickson, retir ing president, presided. The n o m i n a t i n g committee iiresentcd a slate of officers chosen for the coming year which was accepted by the membership: Dr. Barbara Seagnivc. prcsi dent; Miss Beatriz Pilapil. vice president: Mrs. Hickson. re cording secretary; Mrs. Lcstei f-Iou'ick, corresponding secrc :ary; Mrs. Bocquin. treasurer: Mrs. M n r i u s .1. Lindloff. chap l a i n ; Mrs. Robert E. Kruclener and Mrs. A. Gail Crouton. Icle |)hone committee, and Mrs. J D. Eagle, editor. The pledge class recital of MISS SANDRA KUTH JONES . . . 1o mcrrt; Richard Stubbs Jones-Stubbs Betrothal Told Dr. and Mrs. Wayne P. . l o n c s i h c was a member of Acacis of Berryville announce the e n g a - i f r a t e r n i t y . He was president of gemcnt of their daughter. S a n - l t h c senior class in his senior dra Ruth, to Richard Stubbs. I year. He is now a sophomore "in of Mr. and Mrs. \V. R . j t h c Univcrsitv of Arkansas ! School of Medicine. Stubbs of Little Rock. The bride-elect attended the University of A r k a n s a s for three years ancl was a f f i l i a t e d w i t h Ze-i v jn c ta Tau Alpha sorority in which Lji she served lor twn semesters as social c h a i r m a n . She is now a | j u n i n r in the School of Nursing j at the University of A r k a n s a s ! Medical Center at Little Rock. The wedding will be an event ,of S a t u r d a y May 17. at the U n i - itcd Methodist Church in Berry- Her Nance also aliened the where the active chapter will be May ·f immediately following the University Hand concert. PlanslUnivcrsily of A r k a n s a s are incomplete for the senior -- -^farewell activities which will be May in. Mrs. Scott Van Hoose. president of Mu Province, and Mrs. Eddie Naylor. chaplain, of Springdalc were present. RITA'S ro " HAI " IVI I f\ i FASHIONS SAMJN OITN MON. THHC SAT. » A.H. HIM. 4I5-S7I! saiooi. (u.vir WKV 8 A.M. MON. Ilinil SAT. rxnoi.i.iw: NOW inn AIIVAMT RAIK STM.INO russr.s CAIJ, RITA'S SCHOOL «:S1«1. FOOOS OZARK SOCIETY SCENIC BUS TOUR Sunday, May 4 Mwt Springtime in the Oiarks National Forrst. Follow the Mulberry River and War Eagle Creek. Prof. Edward Dale. Tour Conductor. $8.00 !'*r Person (Uinrh Included) Advance reservations necessary. To OZARK SOCIETY Bor M Telephone 442-4497 Faycllriillc. Ark. 7S701 Engagement Told Mr. «nd Mrs. Bob C. Hal- folder ot Route 6, llunlsville, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of (heir daughter, l-enh. (o Randy Parker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Parker, also of Route H. The bride-elect is a senior «t SI. Paul High School. A May wedding is planned, anil the couple will make Ihrir home near null Creek. Ruths Beauty College 443-3061 Shampoo and Set . . Frosting* Tinti Piano Pupils Give Recital Miss I.yndall Anderson presented her piano students in a recital Sunday afternoon at her home on West Ridgcway Drive. Performing were Laurie Robinson. Kirn Randlc. Thco Thompson. Julie Edmislen. Mary Jo Baker. Vicki Thoimi- son. Steve Edmistcn. 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