Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 16, 1972 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 16, 1972
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Students At Springdalc To Display Art Snrlngdalo -- Summer ait students of Mlsft Ginger Henry will exhibit drawings nnd paintings ill Itio Spi'lngOalo Public Llbnuy Au«, 17, 18 mid !9.~. The "exhibit,'will ho In Iho library auditorium, nhtl w l U ' b e open during regular library hours., Miss Henry tins Instructed 18 students , In elementary art, from ages eight to 15 Those displaying their work nre; Betty Ann Qiandon, Kovln Chlldress, -Jaa Ciipln, Jamie Cypert, Holly Henry, CulhcUne Jackson, Robin Johnson, Ginger Jones,. Janet KInibrough, Vlckl Moore, Kristy Newmon,, Millie Robinson', Carla Rosnmond, Mcagan Stoele, Terr! Tolletl. Jan Wnlker, Chuck Wiles a n d Sissy -Williams Miss Henry expressed thanks to-the parents of the students for their cooperation, and said "encouragement f r o m Interested citizens will encourage further progress." .The public is Invited to attend the art display. Two Of'Ma Bell's' Daughters Start Climbing Poles . BUFFALO, N Y. (AP) -- T\vo of; Ma .Bell's daughters have taken to climbing her telephone poles. Mary Stab ell and Carol Tyrer, former business office repre senta lives for the New York Telephone Co, ha\ e accepted transfer':to.outdoor work -- as cable splicer's helpers. "These girls are amazing," said Charles Fields, a splicing foreman. He said the new crew members "have performed very well in all phases of training." In order to qualify for their new jobs the two women had to complete satisfactorily a three-week training program. The first two days of training taught safety procedures, a company spokesman said. "By the third day," he said, "they already had sunk the gaffs of their climbers into 30-foot telephone poles and advanced several steps upward." Equipping the women with lineman's gear turned out to be a special problem. Almost all the equipment was too large. "Even the smallest of these (men sizes) proved too large for the women," the spokesman said. "Their fingers would only reach half way up in work gloves, and ankle projections on climbers, which go up the inside of the leg to the knee, were too long." The problem was solved when the phone company.. ordered special gear. The two women said they both enjoy the out-of-doors. "That's the biggest factor in accepting · · this assignment,' Miss Stabell said. She said she spends much of her off duty time as a sports parachutist. ' "Before I came to work for the company," Miss Tyrer said '"I worked outside .with horses and loved every minute of it.". Both women said they enjoyed their new jobs. About the only thing thai has changed, said, was their hair style. they "We've stopped putting In the curlers. A simple slyle proved best." Bridge New; Winners in the games playet Aug. 13 by the Mt. Gayler Duplicate Bridge Club were: Mrs. W. B. Hillary and Mrs Robert Krieckhaus, Fort Smith first; Mrs. Lonnie Hali, Fay etteville and Mrs. Ogden Shir ley, Beaver Lake, second; Mr and Mrs. Roy Barbee, Spring dale, tied with Mrs. A. A. Blair and Mrs. Joe Borengasser, Fort Smith, for third and fourth place; Mrs. Iris Collier; Winslow and C. C. Merrifield, Mountainburg, fifth. AD Pi Alums Hold First Meet Of Year Alpha DoHa IP1 Alumnae'hold heir first meeting of the year londay evening in tlio home if M r « . - M a t t y Dewecso, (reparation'for the';(all college ,erm, A calendar of events was discussed and set up. Amorif he activities will be a garagi lale In October, with t!ie proceeds going to a charitable irganlzallon. At the close of, the meeting Urn, Deweese, past president urned the gavel ov$r to Judy Peter, the Incoming president. The next meeting will he in September, when a party wll be given for the new pledges MRS. SAMMY LEE DeWITT . .. she was Miss Kalher.lne Joan V/alch DeWitt-Walch. Vows Exchanged The wedding of Miss Kathe- r.ine Joan Walch and Sammy Lee DeWilt was solemnized on Saturday, Aug. 5, at 10 a.m. at SI. Joseph's Catholic Church, with the Very Rev. Edward R. Maloy the double ring ceremony. Parents of-the couple are Mr. and Mrs. .Joseph E. Waioh and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. DeWitt. The vows were exchanged al an altar decorated with two standing baskets of yellow daisies, gladioli and greenery placed on either side. Presented in marriage by her father, the bride wore a formal length gown of white embroidered eyelet-over cotton, hand-fashioned by Mrs. Ann Wagnon. The gown had an empire waist, a Ihree-tirec skirt, long, Juliet sleeves and a square neckline. Her waist length-veil of white tulle, hand- edged in lace, was attached to a Juliet cap. She carried a mixerl bouquet of flowers composed of white daisies yellow rosebuds, baby's breath and greenery with long, yellow streamers. For 'something new" she wore an add-a-pearl necklace a gift from the bridegroom; "something old" was a camec and diamond ring that hat belonged to her great-great great-grandmother; "something borrowed" was a set of pear earrings from iier mother, and "something blue" was hei garter. Miss Kimberly Ann John ol Fayetteville was maid of honor Miss Miss Debbie Land, also of Fayette ville. The attendants wore dresses styled like that of the bride's excepl Ihal they had shor puffed . s l e e v e s . The dress es were white w i t h yellov ribbon insertion over yellov bonded crepe underlay. All wor white gloves, and their head dresses were wide-brimme. picture hats trimmed with long yellow streamers of ribbon Their nosegays were a mixtun of yellow diasies. baby's breatl and greenery with yellow ribbon and bridesmaids were Jean Ann Killian and Tasty Biscuits Making a batch of biscuits to serve with fried chicken? Add a couple of : tablespoons of minced parsley and a couple of teaspoons of minced onion to a two-cup flour recipe of the biscuits. streamers. Larry DeWitt brother as best served man, his groomsmen were Harold Parker and Gary Wages, cousin of the groom. Ushers were Richarc Bookout and Bill Brooks, all o Fayetteville. Jimmy Tancred, organist played a program of nuplia music, "and accompanied thi soloist, Mrs. Victor Nixon a she sang "0 Perfcrt L o v e,' KELLER-JGRGENSEK STUDIOS · Ballet · Pre-School · Jazz Acrobatic REGISTRATION FOR CLASSES AUGUST 14 la IB 9 a.m. -- 11 a.m. 3 p.m.-- 5 p.m. CLASSES BEGIN AUGUST 21sl 402 ARKANSAS AVE. or CALL 442-7492 FOR APPOINTMENT 'Blessed Be This Day," "Avc Maria" and B e a u t i f u l On This Mother. 1 Day The "Marche Nuptiale" was playec tor the processional am recessional. Servers for the nuptial ,mas were John and Brian brothers of the Charles DeSalvo. Parette,, niece . of bride, Little Cindy ·Personals Shopp* ' '" "Th« K* CTMtn PUtOt"! ·i Eveljra Hill* ' Shopping CesUr Daily Calendar of Events Zero Population Growth, St. Paul's Episcopal Church^ 7:30 To Note Anniversary Miss Mary Klrby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Klrby and Miss Cheryl Clinchens, daughter of Mr. and Mis. Pearl Cllne- hens, a l l of Fayetteville, are r e p r e s e n t i n g the TOARK Girl Scout Council, Inc., at a special event* developed by the Girl Scout Council of Greater St Louis.! The program, FOCUS, Is being jttendediby 350 participants. It Mr, and, Mrs. Lem Cain of Route 3, HuntsviHe, will observe their golden wedding anniversary with open house at · Inelr i h o m e - f r o m :T to 4 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Cain were-married at Huntsville on Aug.: 22, 1922 by Henry Thompson. All relatives and friends of the couple are invited to attend the cele- bratlop. Announcements iinmiwiniiii began Aug 10, and "will concluded Aug. 17. The Washington, County He- belpublican Women's C l u b will meet Thursday at 9:30 a.m. in Mr. and Mrs Lewis Epley and sons, James of Springdale and Charles of Shawnee have returned from a vacation in Tucson, Ariz, where they visited her brother-in law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. Thomas L, Lee and their sons, Lawrence W. and Robin L. Lee. They also spent one flay Nogales, Mexico. visiting in Ralph Clift of Fort Worth, Tex., is spending a vacation visiting his family in Fayetteville. tha?k home of Mrs. Thurston Johnson; 954 Crest in Fayetteville, T h e Disabled American Veterans w i l l meet Tuesday, Aug 22 at 7.30 p m, in the I egion building at Springdale The llth annual reunion of the Harmon Community will. be held in the Center building, 10 miles southwest of Springdale, on Sunday, Aug. 20.' All past and present residents of the community and t h e i r friends are invited. A .cooperative basket lunch will be served at 1 p.m., to he followed by a short local talent program. A display of family pictures will be featured. Arrangements are in charge of Harold McNeeley and Willard Wright. Jack Tidball VFW Post 2722 and Auxiliary of FayetteviMe will entertain members with a watermelon feast from 8 to 8 P m Monday, Aug 21 at Walker Park on South College Avenue. Members are asked to bring their families, and something with which to eat the melon. Someone will be on hand to explain the new veterans law. SMITH'S 2-Way Radio Communication Your 2-way radio headquarters. In UttlntAei tine* IMt 920 N, Collet* HI 3-2222 I r«r W« Glv* S*ll Green stamp* QUAKER DRUG K E, Center -- UZ-VM City PuUoc Lot la Reu Thursday Rotary Club, Holiday Inn, 12:05 p.m. Baldwin Commandery No. 4, Knights Templar, Masonle Temple, 7:30 p.m. , ] Washington County Medical Assistants, Offices of-Drsj Murray and Woods, 7:30 p.m. ;' Washington County Republican Women's Club, Mrs. Thurston Johnson, 9:30 a.m. ,, n ; Friday ! 'i ! Community Adult Center, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ·" groom, was flower = . dress matched those bridesmaids. Jeff Parette, ... bridegroom's nephew, was nn| bearer; ' Rice bag girls were Patli Lyn Crotzer, cousin of th bride, and Ton! DeSalvo. For her daughter s wedding Mrs. Walch ; chose length A-line dress _. r ... embroidered eyelet over cotto trimmed in pink linen She wor white accessories and a pin daisy corsage. Mrs. DeWitt wa attired in an apricot bonded kn street length 'dress, with which; she wore while accessories and a white daisy corsage. I m m e d i ' a ' t e l ceremony, a reception held in St. Joseph's School hall. Members o f ' t h e w'edriin u and parents of the bridal couple formed the receiving line. The bride's table was covered with yellow net over a yellow cloth with daisies centered in bows at the corners of the table. Silver candelabra entwined with ivy and the bridesmaids nosegays.served as the centerpiece. The four-tiered wedding cake, made by Mrs. Ned Hayes, was decorated with yellow and white roses, cascade fashion, on a white staircase lighted by candles, and topped with a double ring c r o s s . The fruit punch was ,fn an antique crystal bowl, and the nuts and mints in crystal and silver dishes, The napkins were imprinted with the bridal couple's name and the wedding date. Hostesses and assistants at the reception were Mrs. Ned Hayes, Mrs. Ann Wagnon, Mrs. Lee DeSalvo, Mrs. Mary Marinoni, Mrs. Marcella Perry, Frances Burr and Mrs. Ethyl Charon. The Misses Martha Carson and Gayla Garr.fson attended the guest book. When the couple left for a wedding trip, the bride was wearing a pale blue dotted swiss empire dress with while accessories, corsage. and her mother's The newlyweds are at home in Fayetteville, where the bride will continue her education at Fayetteville High School. The bridegroom is a 1972 graduate of FHS, and is presently employed by Fayetteville T r e e and Trench Service in Fayetteville. Out-of-town guests at the wedding were Mrs. J. F-. DeWitt, grandmother of the groom, of Sedalia, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Bob DeWilt and children, Julie and Jill of Kansas City, Mo., and Mrs. CHnlon Black of Sedalia, Mrs. George Parette of Morrilton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred McDonald of Alma, Mrs. C. T. CroUer, aunt of the bride, add children Patti Lyn and Ann of Roswell, N. M. Beth For Veal Chops Mix catchup, orange Juice and Kratcd orange rind; pour over veal chops and bake In a moderate oven until meat Is lender -- about 1 hour. AT INFORMAL COFFEE ... /rom left, Mrs. Gosnell, Miss West, Mrs. Brownie Bollard, Mrs. Maurice Zizer, Mrs. Inez Poore and Mrs. Beshears. (TIMESphoto by Ric Reed) ESA Rush Activities Begin Beta Tau Chapter of Epsllon Sigma Alpha sorority has started-its-fall, ",1972' rush activities with the theme, "Elect ESA in'72." Rush season began on Saturday, Aug. 12 with an informal coffee at the home of Miss Bobbye Jean West, 414 Ha. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. W. R. Kennan and Mrs. Doyle Shackelford. The llieme for Ihe coffee was "Meet Other the than ESA the Delegates." rushees, a Births WASHINGTON GENERAL Mr, and Mrs, Ronnie Barrett, 2129 N. College, a daughter, Aug. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Merdlth Ray Miller, Elkins, a son, Aug. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Joe b o u t h i t , Bentonville, a daughter, Aug. 11. Mr. and Mrs, Wayne Davis, 435 Assembly Drive, a son, Aug. 11 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lacy, Elkins, a daughter, Aug. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie G. Sherwood, Route 2, a daughter, Aug. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Taylor, Route 2, a daughter, Aug. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie L. Pinkerton, Lincoln, a daughter, Aug. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip L. Watt, Cave Springs, a son, Aug. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Strieker, Siloam Springs, a daughter, Aug. 13. Mr. and Mrs, Robert A. Dee, Bentonville, a son, Aug. 13. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil R. Melz- gcr, 19 E. 4th St., a son, Aug. 1,1. " Give Your Wardrobe A Fresh Fall Look LONG'S STYLE SHOP 10 EAST CENTER 442-6571 special guest was Mrs. Roy Bohannan Jr., president of Beta Epsilon Chapter at Fort Smith. Area dignitaries in the Arkan State ESA Council are Miss West, second vice president, F a y e t t e v i l l e ; Mrs. Jim Beshears,' recording secretary, Greenwood; Mrs. David Gosnell, junior past state president, Fayettevllle; M r s . Waller Stamps, Outstanding Woman, Springdale; Mrs. Jim Tidwell, p h i l a n t h r o p i c chairman, Lavaca; Mrs. Hollis Bennett, president of past state ESA presidents, Springdale; Mrs. A l l e n Gastineau, finance chairman, Pea Ridge; Mrs. Patricia Wood, scrapbook chairman, Springdale and Mrs. Mrs. Carlos Gulsinger Jr., workshop coordinator, Fayetteville. Other rush activities slated are a model meeting on Sept. 5 at the home of Mrs. Trilby Maul, 223 E. Cleburn, with Mrs. Carl Huenefeld as co-hostess. Theme for the meeting will be "Presenting the ESA Platform." On Sept. 19, a pledge ceremony will be held at Bowen's Restaurant in the Northwest Arkansas Plaza, .with the theme, "ESA Victors- Dinner." Hostesses will be Mrs. Rex Maxey , Mrs. Delbert Chumley and Mrs. Guisinger. POLYESTER KNITS for Boys A Group Of PANTS In Size* 1 tfini 12 Price* from $5.98 to $10,00 2 Pe. suits Sizes ,2-4 $17.98 Op«r Thursday Nights 108 West Center Next fo W. Center Parking lot* "thenlcestshopintown" Come Thursday! It's the Annual Event You've Awaited TRUNK SHOWING SOPHISTICATES/ DESIGNED BY JANE JUSTIN , v Miss Alyse. Baxter will b« here wllh the entire new Fall 72 collection. .-.Ji- Now in a lavish selection for your individual choosing . . . · . a J r"i tl I LOW OVERHEAD Please! Before you purchase your nexl furniture, do yourself a favor, Sfop and,think a minufe. A nice fancy furniture slore has a nice fat overhead. In simple words, the cost of operating fhat store fakes money-money-moneyl The larger Ihe overhead, the bigger t h e price. . . - - ; ' Dave's Discount Furniture surely doesn't promise the most attractive store in Northwest Arkansas, but WE DO PROMISE LOWER PRICES ON THE SAME MERCHANDISE! Prove it to yourself. Shop around, then come to Dave's. \ Your business will be appreciated, and we know you will be pleased wlfh the «$· lars you saved! f DAVE'S DISCOUNT FURNITURE 219 East- Walnut-- Rogers, Arkansas Open 8:30 'til 6:00 p.m. Phon« 636-7168

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