Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 14, 1972 · Page 7
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 14, 1972
Page 7
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Sets Wedding Date Mr. add Airs. Louis Brooks ', of Greenland announce t h e .engagement and approaching marriage nf (heir daughter, Nancy Elizabeth, to Lurry Engeno Patrick, son of Sirs. Ailccn 0 \v 1 n g s, also of ' G r e e n l a n d . The brlclc- elecl ami h e r f i a n c e are both graduates of Green- land High School, and ]ilan to attend ttie University, of Arkansas this fnll. The \vediliug will he an event of Sept. 1 ul 6:30 p.m. iu the Bethel Ileiglils Baptist Churcli in Snringdale. Friends and rela tives of holh families are invited to attend. Exhibition-ist , MADISON, W;-, (AP) -Drivers passing by one of the city's tennis courts Wednesday vvere treated to an impromptu "exhibition" match. The star, a petite 23-year-old woman who identified herself as a native of France, was playing topless. Two policemen who noticec the match summoned police women. The woman, playing a doubles match with three men protested she saw nothing, wrong with taking off her shir when she became too warm. "If there's a disturbance, it' their problem, not mine," sh said of the spectators. jj LIPSTICK SALE SIX SHIMMERY SHADES PLUS HIGHLIGHTER GLOSS REGULARLY 51.EO-BPEC1AUY PACKAGED AND PRICED FDR YOU Cosmetics, strccl floor Two Duets by TfiBlMOCflRRTS for hours and hours of fragrant enjoyment. You'll applaud the special saving, tool a $6 value for only $3,50 Let Perfumed Bath Oil relax you'and Eau de Cologne add sparkle toyourperformanoe! What's better than one duet? Two Duets at this special price. Cosmetics, street floor Siloam Bridge Group Plays At Dawn Hill Slloiim Springs -- Bridge wus ilnyed from nine tables Wed- esdiiy when members of llic : i 1 o n m Springs Dridge \ssoelntion met in the Esquire loom of the Down Hill Country 2lub for a luncheon and day ( bridge. Hostesses for the roiip were Mrs. Jerl Sosslcr, Irs. Charlotte Hale of Dccntur, nd' Mrs. Dorothy Conley of nmmers. In the 'games that ended nt o'clock. Mrs. Charlotte Ilnle von high score prize; Mrs. ie Wilbcr of Mnysviilo was econd high. Mrs. Mincrvn Ed- ninston of Mnysvillc. was third ligh.'ljow score prize went to ilrs. Edna Chamberlain of iiloam Springs. During the luncheon hour a h o r t business meeting was or MEN MOIL, Auo. 14, 1972 conducted by Ihe president. Mrs. Peggy Alexander. She named a nominating committee to present a slate of officers nl HID September meeting. Mrs C1 a r » Killebrew, Slloam Springs, lieiids the committee, with Mrs, Minerva Eriinlnslon of Maysville, Mrs. Daisy Gentry of Gentry, Mrs. Dorothy Conley of Summers, Mrs. Rdxie Gllberl of Decfitnr and Mrs. fiuby Keith of Grave-tie. The September luncheon is free 1 for members who have attended throughout the year the luncheon is to be paid Iron funds in the Association treasury. DillarcT NORTHWEST ARK. PLATA thirsty skin SPECIAL! moisture lotion Oirsale during August only. Now when your skin is taut and thirsty. Bonne Bell oilers a moisturizing facial lotion at a price so low you can use it as a body lotion. Moisture Lotion keeps your complexion soft end glowing replaces vital moisture that summer, sun, wind and water lake from your skin. ' moisture' . .-lotion (j 8,oz.ONLY $350 (Regularly $6.00) 16-oz. ONLY $000 (Regularly $10.00) Cosmetics, street floor Belts with a fabulous look for your Fall wardrobe! New Fashion Suede Belts and It's th'e suede look for belts this Fall... All new and exciting to accent-your entire wardrobe. Choose from skinny suede or the double hole' suede. A variety of beautiful Fall colors you'll love. .ifandb;iK.s,ittrccl floor Dillard's Neat for the campus scene in these "made-for-action" corduroy pants!!! en's Cotton by Mann A look that's really "in" for Fall styled in riblsss corduroy with patch pockets end flare legs. Rugged fashion 100% cotton corduroy pants tamed just enough for city .life. Acfion oriented for the toughest wear. Your choice of Brown, Red, Navy or Green in young men's sizes 28 to 34. $ 1 f\00 Rugged wear flares in wide vwle 100% colfon corduroy. Ready for action and groat looking with their side pleafed pockets detailed with snap flaps. These are indeed the rough ones. Your choice of Camel, Green or Raspberry in young men's sizes Trrml Simp, .si re ft f l o o r NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PIAZA . . . Between Fayettevillo Springdale . . . SHOP MONDAY THRU SATURDAY IOAM-9PM DILLARD'S Full-Line Department Store Featuring the Nation's Finest Labelsl

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