Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 26, 1969 · Page 3
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Nortfowit Arkatmu Etmr* Norrhvrart Arkantat TIMES, Sat., April 26, 1969 · 3 FAYCTTIVII.I.C, ARKANIA* ; . This 'N That About Town By GERAJDINE CUFT Getting on the Dean's list at] West Point isn't just the easiest thing in the world, but Cadet John M. Biddle did it. John is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James K. Biddle, 1900 Melmar Drive, Fayetteville. He was graduated from Fayetteville High School in I960, and is now in his third year at the U.S. Military Academy. MRS. NICK BARREL ELKINS ... she was Miss Sara Ellen Sctiell Church Ceremony Unites Miss Schell, N.D. Elkins Guests last weekend in the home of Helen and Fred Crossett were Jim and Margie Mulkey and daughters, Anne and Catherine of Little Rock, Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Havens and son Jay of Norman. Okla., Miss Lee Seward and Miss Doris Lee of Bradenton, Fla.. and Dr. David Mulkey and his fiancee, Sandra Lee Seward of Denver, Colo. Sandra Lee w a s compli mented with a miscellaneous wedding gift shower Saturday night at the home of Mrs. J. A. Wilson. 1212 Eastwood, wi th Mrs. George Ernst as co-hostess. Twenty-five guests attend cd. Arkansas, have been tapped for Mortar Board, national honora ·y group for senior women Both girls are m e m b e r of E p s i 1 o n Chapter of Zete Tau Alpha, where Liz serve as chapter president and Chris sy holds the office of ritua chairman. Miss Hallin is th daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II E. Hallin, and Miss Henry i :he daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jack Surge, all of Fayetteville Miss Sara Ellen Schell and Pfc. Nick Darrel Elkins were united -in marriage Saturday, .April 5 at 1 p.m. in the Oaklawn United Methodist Church at Hot Springs. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leland Schell (if Hot Springs and Mrs. Emmitt Klkins of Fayetteville, and the late Mr. Elkins. The Rev. John P. Miles performed the double ring cerc- jnony before an altar decorated ·with baskets of white gladioli, chrysanthemums and greenery. Miss Sharon Quails provided the nuptial music. Given in marriage by h e r father, the bride wore an A- Mortar Board Gives Awards '·' The Octagon Chapter of Mortar Board awarded $600 in scholarships to four coeds .the University of Arkansas last week. : , Janice Rich of Fayetteville, a freshman in the College o Business Administration, re ceived the Martha Mackenzie Reid scholarship and Mary Me Gaugh of Winslow, a sophomore ip the College of Arts a n d Sciences, was given the Ruth Fitzjarrell Blake and the Helen Graham awards. 'Carol Hogsett of Tulsa, ; freshman in the College of Art: and Sciences, received t li Stella Palmer Hotz award, am Judy Tilley of Harrison, t freshman in the College of Edu cation, was the recipient of th' C a t h e r i n e Zeek Caldwcl scholarship. These scholarships, made pos sible by the sale of Morta Board calendars, are named i honor of the women liste above. ne street length gown of white lhantilly rose lace with long front H e r [eeves, featured by a anel of silk organza. ingertip veil of illusion was ttached to a bow of matching ace, and she carried a cascade f miniature carnations and o s e s centered by a white irchid. Mrs. Robert Brown of Fay tteville was her sister's ma- ron of honor, and Steve Hall, ,lso of Fayetteville, served the iridcgroom as best man. Ushers were Robert B r o w n md Randell Stout, both of Fayetteville. Serving at the reception which vas held immediately after t h e ceremony at the home of the iride's parents were Mrs. Will logers, Miss Judy Hall, Miss tlarion Browning, Miss Tiska Norman and Mrs. Kathy Kelly. The bride's table was draped vith an aqua linen cloth over- aid with white lace. An arrangement of white chrysanthemums, aqua tinted pompons md stock surrounded by aqua tapers centered the table. Cherubs and wedding bells .opped the four-tiered wedding cake which was decorated with aqua roses. Bridal punch was served from a silver bowl. Miss Darlene Elkins, sister of the bridegroom, attended t h e guest book. For travel, the bride selected a blue linen ensemble w i t h vhitc accessories, and pinned a ivhite orchid at her shoulder. The bride is a senior at Arkansas Polytechnic College at Russellville. where she is majoring in accounting a n d eonomics. and the bridegroom is stationed at Camp Pendleton. Calif., with the U. S. Marine Corps. The new Mrs. Elkins plans to join her husband in California following her graduation ·'- May. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Chilcutt of Fayetteville. Haberton com munity. have returned home from a vacation trip to La= Vegas, Hawaii and San Fran Liz Hallin and Chrissy Henry students at the University o :~V ffr ^ V *-#***«,« Diane McKinney, Byron Johnson Plan Nuptials Mr. and Mrs. L. W. McKinney of Route 3, Huntsville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Diane, to Byron Virl Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virl Johnson ot Wesley. The bride-elect will receive a degree in dietetics May 31 from the University of Arkansas, where she has been social chair- Kappa Alpha Theta historian ol Mortar Board, president of Phi Upsilon Omicron and a majorette in the Marching Razorback band. She was also selected for Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. The future bridegroom will receive his degree in mechanical engineering from the University May 31. After graduation he plans to work for Collins Radio in Dallas, Tex. The couple will be married in June at the Hunts.vllle Methodist Church. Mrs. Larry Bryant, the former Barbara Harris, flew to Newport, Rhode Island, l a s t week to attend the graduation ceremonies of the Naval Officers and Commanders School, where her husband, a last year's graduate of the University of Arkansas, was a member of the graduating class. Ensign Bryant w i 11 be stationed at Norfolk, Va., w h e r e Mrs. Bryant will join him after her graduation from the University of Arkansas in June. She is the daughter of Postmaster and Mrs. Wayne Harris of Centerton and is a senior in the College of Education at the University, majoring in Special Education and has just completed her first nine weeks of practice in the Bentqnville schools, She is now teaching in the Woodland J u n i o r High School in Fayetteville. MISS DIANE McKINNEY . . to many Byron Virl Johnson Hints From Heloise-Reader Uses Extension Leaves For Cutting Table By HELOISE CRUSE Dear Hcloise: For those who seamstresses and are home like to do their cutting-out on the bed. try taking the extension leaves from your dining room table (usually found in a closet 'cause they arc seldom used) and putting them together on your bed. It makes a great cutting table. I have even placed one on a dining room chair to hold my partially stitched pieces. Gives me a great deal of extra room. Billie S. Let's have some drum beat- ng and trumpets for this little stitch-in-time. Don't most of us have extra able leaves in the closet? Why not put 'em to use? Three paper doilies, pulled them apart abend of time and stacked them neatly beside the cake. By holding a doily on the left side of the cake and cutting vith the right hand, a slice can ;ery easily he placed on the juest's plate. No crumbling and no stickj ingers. Inez Bcnton Mrs. Lillian Yoes New President Of Sigma Nu Mothers Mrs. Lillian Yoes was elected iresidcnt of Sigma Nu Mothers and Wives Club at the last meet, ing of the season held Thursday morning at the chapter house. Mrs. Berna Dean Morrow. lousemothcr, was hostess for the event. The table decorations eatured an arrangement of snapdragons and daisies. Other officers elected lor the coming year arc Mrs. Maupin Cummings, vice president: Mrs. Charles H. Cross, secretary and Mrs. Howard Henry, treasurer. Mrs. Virginia Kindley of Little Rock was a special guest. Mrs. Kirkpafrick, Mrs. Williamson Entertain Club The home of Mrs. I. J. Kirkpatrick on Old Wire Road was the setting for the April meeting of the Iris Garden C l u b . Mrs. M. E. Williamson was co- hostess. An arrangement of purple- iris and lilacs centered the lace covered serving table. Spring flowers were used in decorating throughout the home. Mrs. M. Creger read the cluh collect preceding the business ' session, conducted by Mrs.. Sherman Spyres. president. Reports on the State Federation of Garden Clubs.. Inc., held · Ht the Arlington Hotel last week n Hot Springs were given by · Mrs. Spyres. Mrs. T. Kwing Shclton and Mrs. Curtis Crouch. [t was reported that the Iris Garden Club received t w o awards at the convention on the ' Standard of Excellence and the Standard of Excellence w i t h Elonors. Mrs. Dwight Islcy. S l a t e Council consultant, installed the officers for the new fiscal year as follows: Mrs. T. E. Shclton. president: Mrs. James Coupcr. first vice president: Mrs. C. K. Jones, second vice president: .Mrs. M. 0. Ramay. treasurer: M r s. Richard Murray, recording secretary: Mrs. Kirkpatrick. corresponding secretary: M r s . cheers for Billie. Hcloise LETTER OF LAUGHTER Dear Heloise: Some time ago I read one o your hints about bread wires. It was such a good one that I be gan saving those "twistems 1 like mad. Now that I've accumulated several hundred of them, I've forgotten the hint. Could y o u please tell me as to what I'm saving them for? . Wondering Strengthen Buttons When sewing buttons on a small girl's dresses, sew a small button on the underside It will strengthen the top button when a button is pulled off. Spyres. parliamentarian a n d Mrs. Crouch, historian. Mrs. Clnrk McClinton. program chairman, was in chargs of arrangements. S h e announced that Mrs. Islcy h a d been voted "The Outstanding Garden Club Woman of t h e Northwest District" at the Stale Convention. Special guests were M r * Wry, Miss Juanita Caudle and Mrs Madge Ernest of I'nnca City. Favors of hlnoming potted pansics were given to the guests and members by the hostesses. Bridge News Mrs. Mildred Allen was hostess for the Tuesday night bridge party April 22, at the Community Adult Center. Winners in consecutive order were: Claude Mitchell. Mrs. Alex Lindsay. Ed Maille. Alex Lindsay. E. Von Erdmannsdorf and Mrs. Florence Gregory. Hostess for the next week will he Mrs. Hazel Nipper. All persons 50 years and over are invited to attend 6:30-10 p.m. at the Center, 108 N". West Avenue. Slipcover For Iron Now you ran at'.-ch a Teflon sole plate on to any iron for riglit-side-up irnning of Symlhet- ic. wool, and other heat-sensitive fabrics--with little or no hazard of scorching sticking, or shining. This removable plate cnn be immersed in soap or detergent suds nmv and then to keep its surface slick cnought to glide freely. Y O U R F A V O R I T E F A S H I O N S H O P Dear Heloise: The mother who drops an ic cube in baby's hot cereal ha a great idea. However, I prefer ice cubes marie of milk or cream to give baby that extra bit of nourishment. I also keep a jar of applccauce or other fruit sauce in the refrigerator. A couple of spoonfuls will cool baby's cereal in a jiffy too. Donna Mculock MISS NOREEN RUTH DILL . . . bride-elect oj John W. Richardson Noreen R. Dill J. W. Richardson To Be Married Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. It. D. McClelland of (trecnland mmcmnee the engagement and forthcoming marriage nf (heir daughter, Beverly Ann, l- Charles Edward Yeiton .Jr.. MR of Mr. anil Mr*. C. K. Yerlon ot Faycttcvllle. The bride-to-be I* a I9S7 wad- gate ol (irecnlnnd H i g h School, and Is presently « Mpaomor* In the College ol Home Economic* at the University ol Arkansas. The future bridegroom Is a IWt graduate of (ircenlanri High School, and will receive his llnchelor'* degree In education In May Irom the University. The. wedding will take place Aug. 1 at the Central Amemhly of God Church In Faycllcvlllt. T h e engagement and ap preaching marriage of Miss Noccn Ruth Dill of Dallas. Tex., o John William Kichardson » r ·'ayctteville is announced by icr parent?. Mr. and Mrs. Kcl- viird J. Dill of Okcenc, O k l a . ! The prospective bridegmm! s the son nf Dr. Davis I". Rich j urdson of Fayottcville "nil t h e ' ate Mrs. Richardson. The bride-elect is a graduate of Southwestern State College at Wcathcrford. Okla.. where she was selected for Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities for iniiO. She is presently caching mathematics in l ) a i - ilS. Mr. Richardson is attending .he University of Arkansas, where he will graduate in June with » Riioliplnr's degree in niatlipmiitics. Me is a member if Kappa Kappa Psi am! a drum major with the. Arkansa:; [iii/nrhnck band. The wedding will take place June 2R at 4:!W p.m. nt St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Oke ene, with Msgr. Paul Van Dnrpe oliiciating. Births iwa *fl H ;ii · jv M iiMi! iiwiwgi :ri:«Fiiriii i; Washington General Mr. and Mrs. Noah Crouch, Lincoln, a sun. April 1M. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. Dank 1 !:;. Oano Hill, a son. April 24. Mr. and Mrs. (ilenn A. King Klkins. a son. April 21. Mr. and Mrs. Nickoy Wilson, Route 2. a daughter. April 2'l. I Dear Heloise: 1 found a new use for old rubber gloves. I cut off the fingertips about an inch or so and I use the gloves when I go fishing! They really protect my hands not only from brown spots and freckles, but are very handy when cleaning the fish. (The slippery fish don't slide!) Afterwards, I just soak them in w a r m bleach water and I'm all set for the next bib fishing trip. Mildred G. Dear Hcloise: Tell your readers to put those little dime-store windmills out in the garden when their tulips are coming up. When the w i n d m i l l s turn, they keep the rabbits away. M.R.A, I New Fashion Look Corduroy fashion news comes from nimbiiiing p i i m a l e w i t h widowale. or plaids with solid colors in the sinmr garment. If Dear Heloise: My camera now hai an expensive lens c o v e r made from the snap-on plastic car from a prescription bottle. 1 put n strip of cellophane tape on the cap so it sticks up in front of the view finder, thus saving missed pictures. C.M.A your wardrobe is spiked with corduiiry. ivinember t h a t regu Dear Hcloisc: When my dnughlcr fi'it mar . . , , , - , .riecl. I purchased tiny w h i t e r washing helps to keep lhc| -pile l i v e l y by restoring fibers' TM^TMTM~ flattened frnm sitting. Corduroy seldom needs press- sing iifcr machine washing and dryer-drying, However, passing a steam iron over the right side very lightly w i l l coax the pile to luslrniis h e i g h t . UPHOLSTERY M* c*r kw It. FABRIC CITY OZARK SOCIETY SCENIC BUS TOUR Sunday, May 4 Meet Springtime in the Orarkr. National Korcnt. Follow lh« Mulberry Klvrr nnrt War CnRlc Creek. I'rol. Edward Dale, lour Conductor. M.OO PIT Person (Uinch Included) Advance re«er»»tlon« Recrtiiary, To OZARK SOCIETY Bor M Telephone M2-H97 Fayellevllle. Ark. 72701 It's ·*!·*»«·« pleasure to present to our patrons an advanced showing oj Fall Knits by "Cisa" f 'Cisanella" and ''Italian Pavilion" Tuesday and Wednesday April 2 ( )th and 30th 10:30 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. fashion consultant Marion Valle will he most happy to greet and assist you. I X C I U S I V I S West Sidt of Square Faytttavillt

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