Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 24, 1974 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 24, 1974
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(TIMESpholo By Hay Gray) MISS CHRISTY HONORED AT BRUNCH .. .Mrs. Christy, Miss Christy and Mrs. Melugin, left-right, at the Saturday morning brunch and shower honoring Miss Christy at the home oj Mrs. Gordon Long Miss Charlotte Christy Bride-Elect Is Honored Mrs. Gordon Long. Mrs. David Handle, Mrs. Bill Cannon and Mrs. Ken Perkin entertained Saturday with a brunch a n d miscellaneous bridal shower complimenting Miss Charlotte Christy, bride-elect of Jerry Melugin. The Long residence on Bonnie Lane where the party took place was decorated with arrangements of purple larkspur and lavender daisies, carrying out the bride-elect's chosen colors, and she and her mother, Mrs. Dale Christy, received lavender daisy corsages. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. James M. Melugin of Mustang, Okla., mother of the prospective bridegroom, the bride-elect's maternal grandmother. Mrs. Roy Watkins of Harrison, Mrs. C. C. Jones, her aunt, also of Harrison, Mrs. J. P. Wible of Casper, Wyo., Mrs. Denver Murray and Mrs. Rea Coulte of Rogers. A special guest wa the honoree's paternal grant mother, Mrs. M. G. Christy n Fayetteyille. .Assisting the hostesses i serving the 30 guests were Mrs Frank Farrish and Mrs. Lann Van Eman. The hostess gift to Mis Christy was a Crock Pot. Miss Christy and her fianc will be married on June 15 i Oklahoma City, Okla. Couple Honored Complimenting Miss Lee Ann Dodson and her fiance, Joey Starr, Dr. and Mrs. Carie D. Buckley Jr., and Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Agee entertained recently with a fondue party at the Buckley residence on Arlington Terrace. Guests were young friends of the honored couple, members of their families and the family members of the hosts and hostesses and included C h a r l e s , Dana. Allen and Nancy Lynn Dodson, David Starr and Miss Karen Kennedy, Miss Diane Burk, Miss Julie Phelps, David Bersinger, Jim Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fred Starr and Dr. and Mrs. Dwight Dodson. A special guest was Mrs. Pat Dumas of Albuquerque, N. M., Mrs. Buckley's sister and her houseguesl. A Japanese arrangement of yellow and lavender spring flowers was noted in the foyer where punch was served before dinner and the serving table held a mixed spring bouquet. Assisting were Eve, Chandra. Mignonne and Kim Agce and David and Steve Buckley. The coirple received a gift in their chosen pottery. Births i!|[iiiii;:iirii!ii;ii:ii aiinnriiiitisLiRnni: in: IIMUV REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Clinehens Jr. of Fayetteville, a son, April 19. Mr. and Mrs. Joe N. Manscll of Lincoln, a son, April 13. Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Wilburn of Springdale, a son, April 19. Mr. and Mrs. Al Sfortunalo of Fayetteville, a daughter, April 19. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie R. Reynolds of Fayetteville, a daughter, April 20. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hulsixer of Bentonville, a son, April 20. Mr. and Mrs. Howard D. Steed Jr. of Fayetteville. a daughter. April 20. Mr. and Mrs. Troy G. Shoemaker of Springdale, a daughter. April 21. Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. Soller of Fayetteville, a daughter, April 21, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell W. Cullers of Fayetleville, a daughter, April 21. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth F. Sleele of Fayetteville, a daughter, April 21. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Cle vcnger of Fayetteville, a daughter, April 21. Mr. and Mrs. Mike S. Gipson of Springdale. a son, April 21. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sradsr of Eikins. a daughter, April 18. Applications For Candy Stripers To Be Accepted Applications for a d m i t t a n c e the Candy Striper program , Washington Regional Medic Center will be accepted Sa urday from 8:30 a.m. until noon in the Library Conferer Room, at the Medical Cent Mrs. Joan Wilkins, director volunteer services, will be pr ent to accept applications a, later will direct the program Mrs. Wilkins will also I present on May 4 in the Librai Conference Room to acce applications from those w) were unable to be present Saturday, April 27. Girls and boys, ages 14 18 years of age, are eligib for the program and must I accompanied by one pare when they apply for the cours Orientation will begin on M; 20 and continue through Mi 25 from 7 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. Daily Calendar of Events Today Marriage Seminar, Episcopal University Center, 7:30 p.m. 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. SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Tour 3-iw rndlo I* findtmla Knot IK For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 442-4246 City Parking Lot In Rear Thursday Plat Review Committee, City Hall, 9 a.m. Daughters of Demeler, Farmhouse, 0:30 a.m. AAUW Consumer Problems Study Group, Mrs. V. W. Milton, 9:30 a.m. Regional Medical Center Auxiliary Board, Library Conference Room, 10 a.m. Sigma Nu Mothers and Wives Club, Mrs. W. C. Morton, 12:30 p.m. League of Women Voters, Mrs. Foster Park, 1:15 p.m. Marlon Clmpler, DAR, Mrs. K. H, Donabauer, 1:30 p.m. Painting Class, Art Center, 7 p.m. City Council of Boln Sigma Phi, Mrs. George Combs, 7:30 p.m. "Butter/lies Are Free," Art Center, 8 p.m. wn CXPZRT WATCH REPAIR . 1 « 1 i I , , . nil iiipitiinin [iinniitiiiMMnii nimii iiiii niifiinni! iiniini iiinn Wortbiwnt ArhmtmtB W /or OMEN Wednesday, April 24, 1974 · 3 iAI Hears Dr. Fitch Dr. John Fitch, professor of icory and music education in ic Dcpiiiimenl o( Music at the Diversity of Arkansas, was the aturcd speaker at the April looting of Sigma Alpha lola. ilornational music fraternity ir women. Using the topic, "contcm orary music in elementary chools." Dr. Fitch gave a icc- ure-demonstratlon using visual :d materials and various rhy- imic and tonal instruments to lustratc his talk, and also in- uded audience participation, lie creative approach to con emnorary music of the child':, wn cr a was stressed. The iree steps listed were lis- cning, performing and crea ng. Chance music, serialism onceiving a tone row, learn-bi- onality, retrograde, varieties ol ·nodes and chord progression ·ere several of the areas ouchcd on by Dr. Fitch, as e · explained how the ele menlary school child learned ic basics of notation through nstant creative experiences. Meeting in the home of Mrs ohn Cowell, the combined lumnae and college chapter, onducted their business before he talk. Reports from com nittce chairmen were heard immunity service chairman *lrs. Kern Jackson, reported 01 he monthly musical program )eing presented at City Hos Jital's Geriatric Center. Fra ernity education chairman Mrs. Carl Lang, gave a five minute talk on efforts to stim ulate interest in establishing musical therapy decree pro gram at the University. The nominating committe chairman, Mrs. W a 11 a c Townsend. reported the slate o officers for the 1974-75 year vhich were approved by accla nation of members presen ·Jew officers elected are Mrs lobert Hickson, pcrsident; Mis Seatriz Pilapil, vice presiden and program chairman; Mrs Roger Widdcr. recording sec retary; Mrs. Maxwell Worthley corresponding secretary; Mrs Fownscnd, treasurer; M i s Gwendolyn Wolf, chaplain; Mrs ^ester Howick, editor and year )ook chairman; Mrs. Lang, fra ternity education; Mrs. Jack son, community service; Mr. J. E- Metcalfe, scraphook; an Mrs. Vera Greene and Mr Elizabeth Walker, telephon committee. Refreshments were served b the hostess and co-hostess, Mr Jackson. Tone Down Features The smart makeup artist wi not simply cover her face wi color, she will select rcflecth and non-reflective shades play up and tone down vavioi features. If you have tiny scars i pitted spots, you may wish hide them by dotting them wi a white foundation a n d tho covering your entire face wi regular makeup foundation. Pat a matte finish on an "bad news" features you ma wont to tone down, such as large nose, and use bright ge and glosses to draw attentio to eyes, lips or cheeks. SWlfT S\ n North nTnrV St. L O V E A R T ! Call 442-2017 For Information · On lessons in WATERCOLORS, OIL and ACRYLICS CALIFORNIA Cobblerc Mode in U.S.A. ff® STANDING PRETTY! "TripleL" by California Cobblers is rlglil In step with today's classic fashions. BriDianl crinkJe patent, softly- Hned, is .sot on a slim matching covered hcr»l lhal takc.s you anywhere In style and comfort, Upfrnnt, a rounder loe is delicately adorned wllh three petite K i l l rings, TRIPLET Red Patent White Patent CiSpbell^Qll WOMEN'S SHOES-Slreet Floor Kappas Name Offi icers New officers were elected a meeting of the Gamma Nu ouac Corporation of Kappi appa Gamma sorority at 1 m, Saturday at the chaptei ousc. Officers elected a r e : M i s oh Martin, president; Mrs. laude Prewett. vice president; (Irs. David Lasloy, secretary nd Mrs. Howard Henry of pringdale, treasurer. The three retiring hoard di- eclors arc past president Mrs. 3on McGinnie, Mrs. Ted Wylie nd Mrs. George Harris. Other board directors arc f i t s . Al Blake, Mrs. Dwight vlix, Mrs. J. B. Hays and Mrs. idney Smith Jr. of Texarkana. Dr. Eleanor Barnes was amed as honorary Gamma Nu ouse hoard advisor due to her pecial interest and many hours pent in helping the chapter. Following t h e business meeting plans were discussed entertain the Xi provence meeting to be held next spring vhich will coincide with jamma Nu's 50th anniversary. All Gamma Nu members nitiated in 1925 are asked to :ontact Mrs. Don McGinnis at 13 N. Block St. Special honors vill be awarded them at the 975 province meeting. ANNOUNCEMENTS K a p p a Kappa G a m m a A l u m n a e Club will sponsor the senior picnic Monday at 5:3( ).m. at the home of Mrs VIervin Johnson, 1095 Bonnie "jane. Alumnae in the area in :crested in attending the picnic or other activities of the sor ority may call Mrs. Barbara Swayze at 521-6410. SEWING CLASSED ENROLL TODAY FABRIC CITY To Observe Anniversary Friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Johnson a r c Invited to f h c l r home on Molly Wagnon Road at Baldwin on Sunday, April 28, to observe their 40th wedding anniversary. Nieces anil nephews of the couple will he hosts and hostesses for the reception from 1 p.m. (o 4 pjm. Mrs- Johnson, (he former Vlnnle Ferguson, and her husband were married April 30, 1934 at the home of the officiating minislcr, W. L, Fritz, in Fayetteville. Chimes Initiates Coeds Twenty University of Arkansas cords have been Initialed nlo Chimes, a service orgini- alien (or sophomore women (or lie 1974-75 academic year. Membership In the organize ion is based on personality, poise, anri activities in University sponsored groups. Now members are Elain* Ashley of Harrison; Jo Ellen ihivcrs of Siloam .Springs; Katliy Smith, Debbi Blodgelt, and Cindy Thompson, all of North Little Rock; Margie Howe and Joanne LeBlano, both of Fort Smith; Debbie Kvani o f Murfreesboro; Rhona Weaver of Salado (Inde-. p e n d e n c e County); Juli* McHaney and Kim Nicholson, both of Blythevllle; Conni* WoodruK of Carlisle; Cindy Hill of Hot Springs; Lauren Zebrowski of Fort Worth, Tex.; Holly Graves of Alpena; Debbie Gilmore of Little Rock; Bren^a Box of Jonesboro; Becky Cobb of Bcnton; and Janie Megger* and Christy Kalder, both of West Memphis. New officers are Becky Cobb, president; Cindy Thompson, vice president; Joanne LeBlanc, secretary; Debbie Blodgett, treasurer and Julie McHaney. historian, trn. Give Mother a Kiss. . .and a gift from. . . / ' ' Mother's Day ... Sunday, May IIOdJfHCOUnlR] "the nicest shop in town" Special Purchase! Now in time for Mother's Day . . . Pant Suits $26. Unusual values, .. .two and three piece Myles. Pretty summer colors, washable polyesters .... Sizes 8-16. Don't miss this special eventl P.S. Still time to save! Spring Clearance now going on. .Many items drastically reduced. .Pants, Skirts, Swim Suits... twice on Chefs Surprise. _j^S^=*S-*- ^^^ Two IOC coupons Be our guest: Save Wi twice. And try any two of our delicious add-meat dinners. Your family will discover how Kraft's savory sauces, special seasoning and extra ingredients make Chefs Surprise a more complete and better tasting one-pan meal. Store Coupon Save IOC on a Chefs Surprise dinner predict «nol.ed ft«iempiion on olhsi irun O'OC^ti iptc.fitd ioniliu!«i fjud rsl upon r*vj«*l. Ktifl Fojdi, P.O. 9a« H«. C'.Mon. tow* «HJ REOEEM Tins COUPON PROMPTLY Store Coupon Save 10t on another Chefs Surprise dinner , on oiSfr jhin oiC'dud »p»£i'i*d coo fi Feedt, P.O. Bc 1600, 0-ntCrfi, lowi Ji-3 IUDEEM THIS COUPON PROMPTLY «::M3* n of Krifko C«rp4ji«ilM

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