Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 23, 1974 · Page 6
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April 23, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Miss Leonard Is Bride In April Plans August Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Eddie George Arida of Parma, Ohio, announce the engagement of their daughter, Dolores Mary of Lecsburg, Flu., to Clifford William Slstrunk, also of Leeslnirg, son of Dr. and Mrs. William Allen Sistrunk at Fayetteville. Miss Arida Is a graduate ut Parma High School and of Kent S t a t e University where she earned a B.S. degree in journalism- news editorial- Her fiance, a graduate of Fayetteville High School, attended the University of Arkansas. Both are employed in Florida. The couple is planning a late August wedding in Morrison Memorial Methodist Church in Leesburg. Miss Shelton Honored With Bridal Parties Miss Auila Mnry Leonard, daughter of Mr and Mrs, Ray Leonard, became (he b r i d e of Harrel James Edmonson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jnmcs Edmonson, on Saturday, April 6, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon at St. T li o m a s Aquinas Catholic Church. The Rev. Robert T. Deincrt performed the ceremony. Fifteen-branched candelabra with daisies and greenery iecorated the church. Miss Jane Hoffman, presented a program of music which included 'We've Only Just Begun," and 'The Twelfth of Never." The bride wore a gown of satin with a Victorian neckline eaturing beaded Irish lace and blue satin ribbon with a circu- ar over-collar of ruffled lace. The long bell-shaped sleeves ended in an eight-inch cuff of Irish beading and blue ribbon and ruffled lace and pearl buttons to her elbows. The full skirt extended to a four-foot train ending in blue ruffled ace. She carried a bouquet of 'hite roses, baby's breath and English ivy tied with light blue Lreamers. Miss Connie Leonard, the ride's sister, was maid of onor, and bridesmaids were iarbara, Ann and Carolyn iconard, her sisters-in-law, and an Harris, the bridegroom's ister. Mary {Catherine Deweese vas flower girl. The attendants wore gowns in ainbow colors of checked ging- lam trimmed with lace and ;atin ribbons and a ten - inch uffle at hemline. They carried i cluster of white daisies and iaby's breath with streamers matching their dresses. The lower girl wore a t urquoise Jingham dress, a copy of the iride's. gown, and carried a vhite basket with a daisy cor- ;age attached. Darrel Edmonson served his brother as best man. Grooms- Mrs. Harold Dulan and daughter, Mrs. Orville Hall Jr. of Wichila, Kan., entertained Saturday at the Holiday Inn with a luncheon honoring Miss Rhea Shelton. bride - elect of Douglas L. Wilson of Rogers. A bright yellow streamer down the center holding antique hand-blown, hand-painted glass eggs in an Easter motif and a yellow spring.floral arrangement decorated the table where guests were seated. Miss Shelton received a corsage of multi-colored daisies and a gift of Waterford crystal. Mrs. Ellis Shelton," mother of the honoree, was among the guests. Another courtesy extendec Miss Shelton was a luncheon and bridal shower at the home of Mrs. Hulon Nations in Prai rie Grove, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Peter G. Estes of Fayetteville. / .. . Luncheon tables were coverec with patchwork cloths centerec with arrangements of spring flowers. Miss Shelton and her mother received corsages tiec with gingham bows. After luncheon, the honored guest's sister, Mrs. Henry Allen III of Hazen, assisted in opening gifts. Coming April 26th THE 1974 TIMES Cook Book Section X f With Fine Recipes From the Good Cooks of This Area ONLY 50 EACH Wrapped and Mailed Anywhere in the U.S.A. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS TIMES P. O. BOX "D" FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. 72701 Yes, I Want copies of your 1974 Cook Book Section at 50c each. ( ) 1 will pick them up at your office ( ) Please mail to: NAME... ADDRESS. CITY STATE ZIP (If additional space is needed for names, use separate sheet of paper) 212 No. East Ave. Fayetteville men were Jim John and Plill [.eotwrd, the bride's brothers and Hicky and Diinny Ncul, and ushers were Paul ami Peter Leonard, also brothers of t h e orlde. Nephew of the bridegroom. Budgie Harris, was ring bearer. After a trip to Tulsa Okla., nncl St. Louis, Mo., the couple is at home in Fayetteville where the bridegroom is employed at Washington Regional Medical Center and the bride attends Fayelteville Business College. Officers Told By lota Conclave Seventeen members of the Iota Conclave of Kappa Kappa Iota met Friday in the home of Maxine Chism. The business meeting was conducted by Wilma Brickey, president. New officers for the coming year were elected; Jo Ann Whitlatch, president; Carolyn Thorn, vice president: Jo Eddy, secretary; Maxine Chism, treasurer. Plans to attend the state convention Little Rock April 26-27 and Hie National convention Miama Beach, Fla. in June were discussed. A presentation and demonstration of a noted line of cosmetics and perfumes was presented by Wilma Brickey. Marion Volh assisted the hostess in serving strawberry tarls to members. Other member: attending were Dianna Thompson, Gwen Ledbetter, Nancy Knight, Mary Lou Miller, Dr Jennie Lou Milton, Lola Ram sey, Louise Sager, Barbara Mayo, Ruth Ccarley. Hester Brown, and Beverly Jones. Pepper Grits cheese, cheese, Vi cup grits 2V4 cups water 1 teaspoon salt 2 r o l l s jalapeno grated 2 c u p s Cheddar [rated 4 eggs beaten % teaspoon garlic powder Stir grits into boiling salted vater. Cover and cook slowly 0 minutes. Add all cheese except % cup and stir until melted. Blend small amount of Tits into beaten eggs, then stir eggs into grits. Add garlic powder. Pour into greased two- quart casserole, sprinkle with remaining cheese and bake 20 minutes at 350 degrees. 'Grandparent Shower' Miss Hester Davis, 437 Louise St., held a "grandparents shower" for Mr. and Mrs. Sam Sizer. 35 Palmer St., recently Parents of the new baby, born Easter day, are Mr. and Mrs Charles Killian. The new, ant proud, grandparents receivec several bottles of Geritoi, books and booties, a "babysitter' award, and grandma and grandpa sweatshirts. Approximately thirty person: attended the shower. Household Hint. . Wear a thimble over your thumb when grating vegetables It protects the thumb from getting nicks and also protects your manicure, Sorority Plans Future Events M e m b e r s XI Alplia Ep- sllon c h a p t e r of Bct« Sigma Pht met lust Thursday evening at SWEPCO when Mrs, Muriel Howard, president, led 23 members in Ihe opening itual. Mrs. Howard, assisted by Mrs. Mnrgnrct Bogan and Mrs. Florence Stewart, read the Sxemplnr ritual. Mrs. Pam Henderson, Mrs. Sharon Harrl- man. Mrs. Marsha Kaylor, Mrs. ^.llen Smith. Mrs. Kny Cramer ·\nd Mrs. Jeannine McMurtrey received Exemplar pins, certificates and long-stemmed yellow oscs. Mrs. Virginia Stowe, service chairman, announced that the Sunrise Manor birthday party vill he held April 27 under the lirection of Mrs. Stewart, that he chapter will conduct the American Cancer Crusade in he Bates School district under :he direction of Mrs. Joan Meason, and participate in the Flea ilarkel on the Square on May 1. Reservations by individuals or organizations may be made "or this event by contacting Mrs. Marsha Kaylor at 521-3069 or 521-8420. Beta Sigma Phi will celebrate Founders Day on April 30 with banquet at the Arkansas Union- Chapter Girls of t h e Year will be introduced, the award for the Woman of the Year in Fayelteville will be announced and Mrs. Mary Alice Pearson of the TIMES will attend as a guest of the chapter. Mrs. Barbara Lineberger was extended an invitation to join Beta Sigma Phi and will be pledged in May. Mrs. Jan Zachry and Mrs. McMurtrey will represent Xi Alpha Epsilon chapter at a city council meeting Thursday in the home of Mrs. Shirley Combs, City officers for 1974-7S will be elected. The program, "antiques" was presented by Mrs. McMurtrey and Mrs. Kaylor. Members brought their favorite articles for display. Mrs. Kaylor and Mrs. McMurtrey also presented plcloral history a! Fnyctte vllle. Refreshments of cake Iced with yellow roses and coffee ivere served by Mrs. Mary Ellen Carruth and Mrs. Bogan 'rom a lace covered table adorned with yellow roses and candles. The next regular meeting will be held May 2 at the home of Mrs. Henderson assisted by Mrs. Harriman, Officers will be nslalled and Mrs. Carruth and Mrs. Pauline Jones will present :he program on "nature collec- :ions." Marion Chapter, Daughters pi the American Revolution, will meet at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in the home of Mrs. E. H. Donaubauer, 1101 Woolsey St. Judge Thomas F. Butt will speak on "Americanism." City Council of Beta Sigma Phi will meet at 7:30 p.m Thursday in the home of Mrs George Combs, 2171 Juneway Terrace. Mrs. Cherry Notes Birthday With Party Mrs. Geneva Cherry was honored on her 90th birthday with a party in the recreation room at Sunrise Manor. Presiding at the punch bowl and serving cake were members of the Order of Eastern Star Social Club and her -Sunday School Class. Seventy - five guests called to wish Mrs. Cherry a happy birthday. Announcements A Lovelier You Dieters will wnnt to lighten heir daily menus as the weather begins to warm, for spring and summer are the seasons for weight-watching. Warmth diminishes the appetite. That is why so many jersons don't feel like eating on those hot, sizzling summer afternoons. Yet these same jersons want to participate in summer events, and such ac- ivity requires energy and nour- shment. To keep yourself looking fit, you should begin tapering your menus in mid-spring. Substitute ight, low-calorie meals for ihose heavy dishes. Ballroom Dance Club wil meet at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in the American Legion Hut in Springdale. Washington Regional Medica Center Auxiliary Board wil meet at 10 a.m. Thursday in the Library Conference Room. Charity League will meet a 12:30 p.m. Friday in the homi of Mrs. Mearl McKinney, 160! Applehury Drive. Co-hostesse: will be Mrs. F. A. Pothast and Mrs. J. A. Williams. The Fayetteville chapter o the National Organization to Women will hold a businesi meeting at 7:30 p.m. Wednes day in room 312 of the Arkansai Union. Items for discussion wil include a poll of political candi dates before the upcoming pri maries and nomination of a slate of officers to be electei n May. All interested women and men are invited to partici pate. EXPERT WATCH REPAIR S W I F T S RNntt Mm* St. Arfcmtnnu JTimra OMEN · Tundoy, April 23, 1974 iiiuiuni iuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii«iuiiM!iiii wiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiii mumimiiiiiil . Household Hint Knit with two skeins of yarn instead ol one when worklnS on the elbows of your youngster's sweaters. The elbows will wear longer. L O V E A R T ! Call 442-2017 For Information On lessons in WATERCOLORS, OIL and ACRYLICS «^ Daily Calendar of Events Today Planning Comission, City Hall, 4 p.m. Order of Rainbow, Masonic Temple, 5 p.m. Northside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Fayetteville School Board, School Administration Building, 7 p IP. Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m. Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. Order of Amaranth, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. League of Women Voters, Mrs. Curtis Shipley, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. "Butterflies Are Free," Springdale Art Center, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way radl« headguarteri to ertctronjcs tlnoa Wit 530 N. Colleze 443-2222 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center - MZ-4246 City Parking tot In Re»r Wednesday Sequoyah Klwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 7 a.m. Women's Golf Association, Country Club, 9 a.m. League of Women Voters, Mrs. Thomas W. Scott, 9:15 a.m. Lions Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon Exchange Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon NOW, Arkansas Union Room 312, 7:30 p.m. AWS Forum on Women's Health Care, Arkansas Union, 8 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. "Butterflies Are Free," Springdale Art Center, 8 p.m. ammiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiM Get-set-f or summer sales 20% savings on all our women's short sets. to $16 Reg. $11 to $20. Just about every look you love, and every one at big 20% savings. Choose from tank tops, halter looks, turtlenecks and so many more. And short-shorls to Bermudas in stripes, solids, checks and florals. And our easy care fabrics make these styles as much fun as they look. Sale lasls just four days only, so don't miss out. Gel yourself all set for summer. And save, too. JCPenney We know what you're looking for. Shop 9-9 Won., Thun., Fri. 9-5'30 Tu«»., Wed., Sat.

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