Plans June Wedding The wedding of Miss Carol ..June Jones and Luther Davis Spurlock Jr. is planned for June 8 in the United Methodist C h u r c h at Siloam Springs. Miss Jones, daughter oC Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Jones of Siloam Springs, will graduate in June from the University of Arkansas. Her fiance, son of Mr .and Mrs. L. D. Spin-lock of Gould, is a graduate of the University and is presently attending the University of Arkansas School of Medicine at Little Rock. Southern Memorial Association Meets The Southern Memorial Association, in a meeting held April 19 at the Ozarks Electric building, decided to erect a memorial plaque in honor of the original membership of the association on the site of the Confederate Cemetery. A discussion on the cost of the plaque was led by M r s . Jewel Hamblen Giles, chairman of the committee for the memorial plan. Hostesses foi- the meeting were Mrs. Alice Gerard and Mrs. Le Mon Clark. Lilacs and two vases of violets were used as decoration. The violets came from the garden of Mrs. Elizabeth Benbrook. A round table discussion was held on the care of the cemetery grounds and the wall. The Key Club of Fayettevile recently painted the gate to the come- ieueraLL , MJ tery, and the group expressed tt)e cemete appreciation for the work. Amendments to the original constitution were announced by Mrs. Margaret Lee, president. They included an increase in the dues and a raise in the love offerings. Mrs. Lee also announced the expected paving of Rock Street past the cemetery. The president named the following committees: Mrs Caroline Magruder and Mrs A. D. McAllister, grounjs care- Mrs. Giles, Mrs. Winifred Sharp and Mrs. Tom Lavender, wall: Mrs. G i l e s . Mrs. MaRrudrr, Mrs. Eutha^ _Mc^ Donald, Mrs. Edith Addleton and Mrs. Ruth M o r r i s , perpetual care; Mrs. May Yarrington, Mrs. Willie Nix and Mrs. Mary Sharp, membership; Mrs. Yarrington and Mrs. Nix, plaque; Mrs. Nix, Mrs. Yarrington and Mrs, Georgia Backstrom, historical; Mrs, Yarrington, flags and Mrs. Julia S. Reed, publicity. Mrs. Lee read the names ol the original members. T h e y were Mrs. Lizzie Pollard, president; Mrs. Nannie Ferguson, Sue Walker, Julia A. Garside, Mary Mitchell, Mrs. May Taylor, Mrs. Inez Droke, Mrs. L. N. Harrison, Mrs. J. C. Purdy, Mrs. J. D. Walker and Mrs S. W. Davies. The Southern Memorial Association was organized in 1872 with a membership of 11 women. They established a large monument and individual headstones were placed at the grave sites. Both Federal and Confederate .soldiers are buried in Â· NMthwMt ArfcantM HUMS, Mon., April M, 1H9 FAYimVILU, AMUUMM Announcements The Law Wives will meet April 30 at 7:30 p.m. in the hospitality room of the Arkansas Western Gas Company. New off- cers for the coming spring semester will be elected. Perry Jennings Notes Birthday HUNTSV1LLE -- A birthday dinner and party was held recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Jennings, honoring his father. Perry Jennings, who was 90 years old. Others who celebrated birthdays with him were his twin sons, Clay and Ray Jennings, Keith Brodder- ick and son, Keith and Ray Wilson. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilson and three sons, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Brodderick and son, Keith all of Tulsa; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond and three sons of Collins- vilte Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jennings and children, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Taylor and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dell Johnson and Mrs. Julie Meeker, all of Springdale; Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Newberry and Mike. Nicky Newberry and Glenda Johnson, all of Green Forest; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jennings and Amos Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. David Smith and three children of Huntsville. Educational Secretaries Hold Banquet The Fayettevile Association of Educational Secretaries held ts installation banquet Thurs day evening at 6:30 at the Chicken Shack. Dr. Wayne H. White, super ntendent of Fayetteville Public Schools installed the following officers for 1969-70: Willie Hood, president; Judith Vilson. vice president; L o l a teis, corresponding secretary Shirley Dillard. recording sec retary; Betty Bailey, treasurer and Billie Blatt, historian-re porter. Dr. Hugh Mills, director Division of General Extension University of Arkansas w a speaker for the occasion. Special g u e s t s for the Banquet w e r e Dr. Palme Pilcher, v i c e-president fo Academic Affairs, University o Arkansas; Mr. and Mrs. J. R Kennan Mr. Keadle, Mrs. PSA Members Attend Meeting The Arkansas Zeta Chapter of Phi Sigma Alpha held a Tri- State meeting in the Pine Room of the Holiday Inn, Fort Smith, Sunday, April 20. Those attending from the Arkansas Iota Chapter of Fayetteville were Mrs. Velma Jones, Mrs. Mildred Peel, Mrs. Elna Willis, Mrs. Eula Noyce and Mrs. Avis LaRue. Four states, Oklahoma, Missouri, Tennessee and Arkansas were represented. and Mrs. B i 1 W a y n e White Mrs. Hugh Mills, Mr. and Mrs Harry Vandergriff, Joe Slaven Mr. and Mrs. Ben Winborn Mr. Â»nd Mrs. Bill Brunner, Mrs Henrietta Holcomb, Mrs. A. J Marti, Gerald Harriman, Rich ard Freeman and John Baird Dennis Oldham To Marry Florida Girl The engagement and ap preaching marriage of M i s Mirtha ' Jeanne Soriano t Dennis Wynn Oldham was an nounced recently at Orlando Fla. Parents of the couple are Mr and Mrs. Enrique C. Soriano o Orlando and Mr. and Mrs. Ear Odlham of Fayetteville. The bride-elect is a gradual of Bishop Moore High Schoo and is presently attending Col legiate Business School i 1 Orlando. Her fiance is a graduate o Fayetteville High School, and i currently employed by t h Sherman-Williams Paint Com pany in Orlando. He plans t e n t e r Florida Technologica University this fall. The wedding will be an even of June 14 at St. C h a r l t Cathedral in Orlando. END-OF-THE-MONTH Clearance of WOMEN'S SHOES Baby Shower Held Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Mark Christison snd baby daughter, Christina Marie were honored with a ha by shower Sunday afternoon, April 20. at the Sunset School. Hostesses for t h e occasion were Mrs. Geneva Shepherd of Sunset Mrs. Shirley Shepherd of Springdale and Mrs. Joyce Prater of Fayetteville. Mrs. Christison was presented a corsage of pink baby chrysanthemums. The gift table was covered with a white lace cloth and centered with a replica of a stork Mrs .Shirley Shepherd assisted the honoree in opening and recording the gifts. Refreshments of punch and cake were served. The c a k e WHS frosted in white with pink bootees on each piece, and the baby's name in the center. Approximately 25 guests attended. City Hospital Auxiliary Executive Committee Meets The executive committee of City Hospital Auxiliary met Ap ril 22 in the home of the president, Mrs. Henry Mccnen. In the business session, Mrs. Clarence Tune was elected secretary to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Mrs. Robert Saladino. The group decided to adopt Â·wo projects for the hnspilal- the purchase of a blood bank refrigerator und cubicle curtains for 24 rooms. The auxiliary will have n workday all day on May 8, and the next general meeting will to a luncheon May 27 Â«t the Holiday Inn. RITA'S S from our regular stock of famous brands !\ DRESS SHOES LITTLE HEELS and FLATS 20% off REGULAR PRICE Regularly Priced from $13.00 to $27.00 NOW $1A40 $1160 10 40 to *21 - SALE ENDS APRIL 30 - Â· WOMEN'S SHOES Stroot Floor "Good Shoes Properly Fitted" Emergency Kit At Hit. a esopMo emergency titfwtteaujfeeraUeoiJMMd handy water rnletoÂ»t CUHT coft* The ktt contain* U. S. Coat* G*rd approved foo.d tappty tbomal rescue btankit. com; siÂ»ial mirror, fUr*. Evelyn Hill* Open 7 e.m.-7 p.m. Mon. thru Sot. FREE WINTER GARMENT STORAGE MISS SHERRY ELIZABETH SCHNEIDER . . . to marry James Allen Price Miss Schneider, James A. Price To Wed In June Col. and Mrs. George E. chneider of Lake Hamilton, Hot Springs, announce the en- agement of their daugheter, herry Elizabeth, to James Alen Price, son of Dr. and Mrs. l J. Price of McLean, Va. Both are students at the Uni- ersity of Arkansas. The bride-elect completed her irst two years of college at ,ittle Rock University, where he was a member of Kappa lappa Gamma sorority. She is majoring in German. Her fiance, who previously ttended Eastern Nazarene Col- ege in Boston, Mass., is a business administration major t the University. The wedding will take place n June. Bleach Soak Carefully When soaking tiny articles in a bleach solution in a glass jar, always cap the jar tightly or the s o l u t i o n will lose its strength. Store your winter garments the insured, worry-free One-Hour MartinMng Way. Fide Â«Â» yew Free lex Â«r Boxos Today-pa* It Ml and bring te Â«*Â· Pay Nothing Till Fall and then only regular cleaning charge*. Your gar* merit* will be beautifully cleaned, preded and safely stored, Free Insurance up to $300.00. 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