Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 28, 1973 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 28, 1973
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FASHION SHOW MODELS . . . Miss Paula Marinoni, Mrs. Greg Lee and Mrs. James Kisor (l-r) are among those who will model at the March of Dimes 3973 Spring Fashion Show on March 10. (TIMES photo by Ken Good) Invitations Sent To S/iow DAR Hears Colonel Marion Chapter ot the Daughters ot the American Revolution met last week at the home of Mrs. Ila McAllister Newbern with Mrs. E. H. Donaubauer and Mrs. J. C. Hamilton co-hostesses. The George Washington motif was carried out in tea table decorations of red tulips and white and blue iris. Cherry tarts centered with small American flags were served. Mrs. A. F. Casper, immediate past regent poured. There were 31 members present. | Col. Guy Tutwiler, a natiye of Alabama, professor of Military Science at the University of Arkansas, was the featured speaker. He emphasized the importance of the ROTC program in the college man's life and discussed and showed slides of life at the annual summer ROTC camp which is held at Fort R i l e y . He s t a t e d that the ROTC is the primary source for officer material in the U.S. Army. ROTC units are located on 293 college campuses and eight of this number are in Arkansas. ROTC was established in 1871 at the University of Arkansas. When the program became volunteer in 1969. the enrollment steadily declined until the last semester when it began to rise. Col. Tutwiler gave a resume.of the four year scholarship orogram which at this time has 5,500 persons over the country taking advantage of it. There are also t h r e e y e a r , two year and one year programs. Sixty cadets from the University participated in the summer camp at Fort Riley. Bill B r e e d e n of Fayetteville received the Association of the Army Medal, and John Beasley of the University made the highest overall score on the leadership potential index test at the camp..--A short business meeting was conducted by the regent, Mrs. Edwin Ahern. R e p o r t s were made by v a r i o u s committees on plans for the DAR Slate Conference to be held Thursday, Friday and Saturday Two new' members were in iMii!iiiMiiiiiiii« f* NorlhttPBt ArkatiHas ftimra Engagement Announced Invitations have been received and reservations are being made for the March of Dimes 1973 Spring Fashion Slhow, ' ' L i b e r a t e d , Fashions f o r Liberated Women," sponsored by Fayetteville Jaycettes. The show features fashions donated by more than 60 major designers, manufacturers and New York boutiques and will be an event of 6:30 p.m., March 10, at the Holiday Inn in Fayetteville. In addition to women's fashions, men's fashions and children's fashions will also be shown. What kind of fashions is the liberated woman wearing for Spring '73? Simple, uncluttered fashions -- the classics updated in easy, loose fitting silhouettes that achieve feminity through soft colors and natural fabrics. Dresses · are the big news for spring, but separates are still an essential. Fashions for all hours of the day and for all kinds of activities will be a part of the show. Dick Finkus will be commentator and wines and cheeses will be served. The engagement ot Miss Martha Ann' \Vliilc a n d Randcll Forrest, son of Mr. and Mrs. Odell Forrest of Plainview, is made known today. Miss White is the daughter of Mrs. John L. White of Ola and the late Mr. White. Miss White was graduated from Ouachita Baptist University and Is presently working toward an M.S. degree In nutrition at the University of Arkansas. The prospective bridegroom is a graduate of (he University of Arkansas where he was president of Farm House fraternity. He is ennnloycd with the Cooperative Extension Service as Associate County Agent, Washington County, in FayetteviHe. T h e First Baptist Church at Olu will be the selling for t h e couple's May 26 wedding. MEN W«dn«*day, M. 28, 1973 · » mini! in iiiiiiini imiiiiiinininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliililiililiiiiillliHiilliiii^MiBlililliillilHllilliHilitiiiHiiM iiliiiililiiiiiniM^^ Daily Calendar of Events SMITH'S Communication Radio We Give SB Green Stunpt QUAKER DRUG ZZ E. Center -City Parking Lot In Rear Thursday DAR Slate Conference, Ramada Inn, 9:30 a.m. Chapter BH, PEO, Mrs. F. K. Deaver, 9:30 a.m. Demeter Garden Club, Mrs. B. A. Waddle, 9:30 .m. Chapter AT, PEO, Mrs. Joe Fred Starr, 1 p.m. Chapter S, PEO, Mrs. Farlow Burt, 1 p.m. Chapter K, PEO, Mrs. David McNair, 1 p.m. Rotary Club, Holiday Inn, 12:05 noon United Community Services, Chamber of Commerce, 3:30 p.m. American Legion and Auxiliary, Legion Hut, 7 p.m. Far West Chapter No. 1, Royal Arch Masons, Masonic Temple, 7 : 30 p.m. Engineereltcs, Science-Engineering Building, 7:30 p.m. Jose Greco Concert, Barnhill Fieldhouse, 8 p.m. Friday Joseph G. Heard Lecture, First Church of Christ, Scientist, B p.m. "The Bartered Bride," Arts Center Theater, 8 p.m. troduced, Mrs. Loren Gibson and Mrs. Robert McKinney. Mrs. Brugler, mother of Mrs. Charles P. Kirchen was a guest. uiNiHiininiiniiiniHiiiniiiiiiiniiJiiininiuiininiuiiininiiiiiiiiiiiiM This 'n That About Town iraiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim^^ By MARY ALICE PEARSON Pat, Jim and Jay McClelland of Little Rock were weekend guests of Jim's parents, Maurice and Ep McClelland, en route to.Breckenridge, Colo, to visit Raymond McClelland who is working at a ski resort there. They left Jay with his grandparents and will pick him up in a week. Other weekend guests in the McClelland home were Dr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson Rogers of Mena, parents of Linda McClelland's fiance, Joe Rogers. Robbie Marie Meripol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meripol of Fayetteville, yyas formally initiated recently into Beta 'Omicron Chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma at Newcome College in New Orleans. Dr. J. Alan Adams, son of the Ray Adams of Fayetteville, and Dr. David F. Rogers, have co-authored a textbook "Computer Aided Heat Transfer Analysis," published recently by McGraw-Hill Book Company. Both are Naval Academy engineering professor at Annapolis, Md. Alan obtained a B.S.M.E. degree from the University in 1958 and later earned a MS.ME and PH.D. from Purdue University. He is a 1953 graduate of Fayetteville High School. Terri Starbird, daughter of Jeanine Starbird of Fayetteville, has been accepted by Bauder College for the fashion merchandising program beginning in September. She will be studying fashion merchandising and interior design and plans a career in that field upon her graduation. Ouachita Baptist University will host its annual Parent's Day program, Saturday, March 10. This will be an opportunity for the parents of attending students to visit the campus, view the facilities available to the students, and talk to members of the administration and faculty. Activities will begin at 1:30 with registration in front of Grant Hall. Events of the day will also include entertainment by the Singing Men,.informal discussion periods, refreshments, free time to tour campus facilities, dinner and the Miss OBU pageant at 7 p.m. in Mitchell Auditorium. Marvine and Webb Williams got home over the weekend from a nice trip. They drove to Brownsville, Tex., for a stay at the Valley International Country Club and a visit to Port Isabel and Padre Island. They flew from Matamoros to Mexico City for ten days and were in Curenevaca and Taxco for two days and nights. Paging at the Legislature seems to be the fun thing to do now among ttie young folk -- 'tis also educational -- and last week Karen and Kathy Taylor, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Taylor, paged for Rep. Hugh Kincaid. Becky Segers, daughter of Gail and Joe Segers was a' page for Preston. Bynum of Siloarri Springs, and this week Karen Halbrook, daughter of Bobbie Joe and Waymon Halbrook, is working for Sen. Morriss Henryi and Read Hudson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hudson is serving as a page for B.D. (Doug) Brandon. Announcements Engineerettes will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Science Engineering Building, Room 408, at the University. L. E. Gilbow, civil defense director, will speak. Joseph G. Heard of Miami will speak at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Presbyterian Student Center on "Today's Prophet," sponsored by the Christian Science College Organization at the University. The public is invited to attend this free lecture. A scouting report from fashion coordinators, Billie Jo Starr and Dusty Woglom, working on Horizons '73 is encouraging and exciting. They say spring and summer '73 clothes are "pretty" again -- girls will look like girls and women -- even liberated ones -- will look softer, more feminine and more beautiful in pastels -- versatile separates that lead many lives and more dresses than have been seen in several seasons. The looks are fresh, bright, and the return to looking like gals again is a welcome one. Ticket sales:for this event, March 23 at the Holiday Inn to benefit Washington General Hospital, are now on sale at all the shops participating in Hie showing, at the hospital, at the Holiday Inn, and from members of the Hospital Auxiliary. Harry Budd of Fayetteville, who sings the role of Kezal in "The Bartered Bride," has sung major idles in University of Arkansas Opera Workshop productions the past four years. "The Bartered Bride" is a comedy filled with melody and romance and its popular success has been non-stop for over a century. Don't forget the dates -- March 2, 3, 5, and 6 -- at the Arts Center Theater. When the group representing the University of Arkansas attended the Cotton Bowl game in Dallas on Jan. 1, their seats in the stadium were just behind those of the Johnson family -- Lyndon, Lady Bird, Lynda and Luci and their husbands, Chuck Robb and Pat Nugent, and the Secret Service. Jan Johnson, daughter of Cindy and Merv, was fascinated by her mother's account of this experience, and upon the former president's death, wrote a letter of sympathy to Lady Bird. Yesterday's mail brought a "bordered n black" acknowledgement signed by the Johnson women and bearing · the official LBJ seal, which Jan is proudly showing to all her 'friends at school. Mrs. Silas E. Carroll Jr. ot Benton, state regent of Arkansas Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, will preside over the 65th conference of the society Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at the Ramada Inn in Fayetteville. Registration will begin at 9:30 a.m. Thursday. Craft Program Presented To ; Education Wives The home of Mrs. Jim Shankle was the setting, last week for the meeting ot Education Wives. Mrs. J. D. McFarland presented a work-craft program of bargello stitching. The group also learned several basic stitches of needlepoint and Mrs. McFarland displayed many samples to encourage the group to learn this craft. Hostesses for the morning were Mrs. Troy Hendricks, chairman: Mrs. Roy Allen, Mrs. Marvin Fairman. Mrs. L. D. Krueger, Mrs. Robert Reilly. Mrs. Denver Hutson, and Mrs. Shankle. A Dress from Long's Means Good Styling and High Quality LONG'S STYLE SHOP 10 EAST CENTER · 442-6571 , Cmd. and Mrs. A. P. Adams of Ft. Towson, Okla, spent ttie weekend with Mrs. Adams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen A. Keith, and observed Mrs. Keith's birthday on Monday. 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