Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on March 1, 1973 · Page 10
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 1, 1973
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8 « Thursday, March 1, 1973 wiiiiiiiiiiPiiiiiiiiiiminiitniMiwiii^ Business Women's Club Hears Program On Turkey BENEFIT PLANNED AT LEVERETT SCHOOL . . . students demonstrate type of equipment to be purchased with proceeds of Pancake Day. Carol Vizzier, Lee Sluslarek and Shari Fleming listen to a record while Rene Stringer and Daoid Yowell (foreground) use a study mate and tape player to view, "But It Isn't Yours," one of'the film strips in the Values Series. TIMESphoto by Ken Good) Daily Calendar of Events Tonight 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. Engine e re ttes, Science-Engineering Building, 7:30 p.m. Jose Greco Concert, Barnhill Fieldhouse, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Your 2-way radio headquarters III electronic sTnce 1939 520 N. Cullego HI 3-2222 For Y»ur PreccrlpMon Need* Sn Ui We Give SH Greeti Stamps QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 442-4246 City Parking Lot In Rear Friday Joseph G. Heard Lecture, First Church of Christ, Scientist, 8 p.m. "The Bartered Bride," Arts Center Theater, 8 p.m. Saturday Pancake Day, Leverett School, 8 a.m.-2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.- 7 p.m. Symphony Society, Concert Hall, 10 a.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, 112V4 W; Center, 7 p.m. Dance Parly, Adult Center, 7:30 p.m. Dudes and Dolls, 112y 2 W. Center, 8 p.m. "The Bartered Bride," Arts Center Theater, 8 p.m. Announcements Northwest Arkansas Community Concert Association will solicit 1973-74 memberships from a booth at the Northwest Arkansas Plaza all day Friday and Saturday. Kenneth Osborne, professor of organ, humanities and history will present a lecture and program on the newly rebuilt Moeller organ at 10 a.m. Friday in the Fine Arts Center Concert Hall for members of University- Fayetteville Symphony Society. Law Wives will sponsor a game party at 7 p.m. Friday at St. Thomas Student Center. The public is invited and there will be an admission charge. Bridge News N o r t h - s o u t h winners i n M p n d ay night's Duplicate Bridge Club games were Steve Martin and Allen Richman, firsl place; Glen Brewer and Joe Scott, second place; and Roy Barbee and Jim Woodruff third. East-west winners were Mrs, Golda Laner and Mrs. John McCarty, first; Mrs. Roy Barbee and Mrs. Jerry Ginder second; and tying for third anc fourth places were John Brad ley and Marilyn Williams with Mrs. J.P. Fulton and Mack Hamblen. Nurthtarat Arkaitnaa Dr. and Mrs. M.G. Bridenstine entertained members of J u s t n e s s a n d Professional Women's Club at the. February meeting by showing slides and narrating their experiences in Turkey where Dr. Bridenstine aught graduate courses in Die Master of Science in Manage? ment program offered by the University of Arkansas . to qualified servicemen stationed overseas. Mrs. Bridenstine, who taught English in Fayetteville schools or 17 years, gave a brief review of .Turkish history from -he Hittites to modern times. Mlaturk brought into being modern Turkey. Up to that time t was a Moslem empire. After World War I. Attaturk turned the old Ottoman Empire into a modern state. One of the places the Bridenstines visited was the littite Museum in Ankara where the history of Turkey .was ;raced back to 2000 years before Christ. Dr. Bridenstine showed slides of Izmir and the surrounding country where Dr. Doris Ccok, a club member, will go this summer during her second tour 'or the University's College of Business Administration. She was. at a different location in Turkey when she taught overseas during the summer of 1971. During the business meeting that followed the program members were advised that there will be an opportunity during the March meeting to give to a memorial fund, the BPW Foundation, in memory of Mrs. Ruth Purma. Mrs. Purma, former state president of Business and Professional Women was serving as state parliamentarian at the time of her accidental death in December. Mrs. Purma, a resident of Rogers, had installed officers c u r r e n t l y serving in the Fayetteville club. The Membership Committee submitted the name of Mrs. Ruth Jones and it was voted to extend an invitation to her to become a member of the club. Mrs. Bertha Sacks, a transfer member, was intro duced. Mrs. Frances Lee. chairman of the Young Careerist program, gave a progress report, and the proposed new constitution and by-laws was adopted with a few minor changes. Boy Scouts Courts Of Honor Advance Members In Rank Troop 190, Fayetteville Boy Scouts, held a court of honor Monday night in Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, Rolling Hills Drive. Senior patrol leader Richard Tyhurst and assistant senior patrol leader Kenneth Rohrbach were in charge. A d v a n c e m e n t s were a s follows: tenderfoot rank, with pioneering merit badge, David Harrison; second class, Allen C r o u c h , Kenneth Magee, Stephen Parker, and Wade Caldwell; first class, Karl Van- Scyoc; star scout, Jeff Mills, with merit badges in architecture, art, one-mile swim, the Paul Bunyan award, and the gold quill. Merit badges were awarded to R i c h a r d Tyhurst, cooking; Kenneth Rohrbach, cooking and c a m p i n g ; Randy Riley, firemanship. Skill awards were received by Ricky Witherspoon, hiking; Mike Hudspeth, cooking; David Harrison, camping; Bob Brandt, camping. Scouts who attended the fall Camporee and who participated in the sale of tickets for the Expo received patches for these events. Members of the troop committee who assisted in the presentations w e r e James Tyhurst and Charles Chamberlin. James Rohrbach is Scoutmaster. Parents and friends were in a t t e n d a n c e . T h e program concluded with the showing of slides from recent troop events. Scout,,Troop 103 held court of honor Tuesday evening at the Education Building of the First Baptist Church beginning with Mrs. Jack Roberts and Doyle Morrison in charge of arrange nents. An Eagle Scout presentation vas made to Kenneth Wagnon The court of honor was callec o order by senior patrol leader vlark Counts, and presentation f the flags was by Brian WcGimsey, Kenneth Wagnon nd Brian Morgan. Ervin Wag ion, Scoutmaster, intfoducec he assistant Scoutmaster Bob Iquires who spoke on "The Nev icout Movement." It was an lounced that the troop had won irst place at the recent Scou Dxposition in the selling of 50C ickets, Kenneth Wagnon sole 201 and Mike Wagnon sold 169 receiving gift certificates frorr a local merchant. Patches were awarded to Firth Krueger irian McGimsey, Kelly McVey like' Wagnon, Steve Stefferud ! immy Bogart, Mark Counts Mark McMurlrey, Kennetl Vagnon, Jack Stefferud, Marl "· r i e s t . Mark McGimsey tephen Day and Brian Morgan Sears 3 Days Only DRAMATIC! 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March 3rd Photographer's Hours: 10-8 SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE 8ati»laction Guaranteed »r Your Money Back SEARS, KOKDUCK AND CO, Northwest Arkansas Plaza Highway 71 North between Fayetteville and Springdale Call 521-6000 Founder's Day Observed Founder's Day was observed by the Parent Teacher Association at Asbell School with a Book Fair and daylong open house for parents who were given a guided tour liy their children attending the school. (TIMESphoto by Ken Goad) Styles Shown Today Women attending the annual meeting of Ozark Canners and F r e e z e r s Association were entertained at luncheon today at the Holiday Inn with a style show. Mrs. D.E. Allen Jr., wife of the president of the association, directed and narrated the showing of fashions from two local stores. Models were Mrs. Bill Allison, Mrs. Jerry Behn- kin, Mrs. Walter Meeker, Mrs. Jim Robason and Mrs. Dan Stewart of Siloam Springs; Mrs. Jim Brooks, Mrs. Tom Brown. Mrs. F r e d e r i c k Edmondson and Mrs. Walter Turnbow of Springdale; and Mrs. V.P. Fiser, Mrs. A.A. Kattan, Mrs. Mearl McKinney and Mrs. Glen Shaw of Fayetteville. who sold five or more tickets. Mark McMurtrey received a Life Scout rank physical fitness merit badge. Other awards went to Steve Stefferud and Marck Counts. Tim Osburne, Mark Brown and Timmy Rann, guest Eagle Scouts, assisted. Harold Perry, who made the presentation to Kenneth Wagnon, spoke of accomplishments, and goals set in attaining the rank of Eagle Scout. A letter was i p e from the president ,bf Boy Scouts of America Norton Clapp. The service closed with a candlelight ceremony noting advancement in scouting. . Births WASHINGTON GENERAL Mr. and Mrs. Jay H. Williams of Springdale, twin daughters, Feb. 26. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Weaver of Springdale, a son, Feb. 2f. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Owens of Springdale,'a son, Feb. 26. Mr. and Mrs. Larry A. Nail of Prairie Grove, a son, Feb. 2C. Mr. and Mrs. "Richard E. Norton of Springdale, a son, Feb. 26. The prettier clothes come from tarn countaj shop "the nicest shop in town' TIM W. Center Downtown Fayetteville Originally designed and built for tough duty-now a fashion item too-Levi's authentic, shaped-to-fit jacket in pre-shrunk denim, indigo blue or white. Match up with a pair of Levi's jeans for a great "style suit" at small money. M DENIM BELLS Tough, honest b!u6 denim fabric- solid construction -- pius the lean Levi's fit and bell bottom styling. No wonder these Levi's jeans move out as fast as we can stock'em. Great pants for any body. Try a new pair on yours, today. tews m mm Sizes 28-38 $Q98 We carry a complete line of Lcvi Denim Shirts, pro-shrunk Blue Denim. Satldleman's. shrink to Tit Button Fronts, Dress Jeans and Siacks. 8 Large 26 Inch BELLS by Levl 9 50 BARGAIN BASEMENT

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