Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 28, 1974 · Page 11
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, April 28, 1974
Page 11
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Miss Parker Engaged Mr. and Mrs. i'ohn R. G. Parker of Prairie Grove announce (he engagement of their daughter, Susan Lee, lo Roy Lee Slaughter, son of Mr. and Mrs. George L. Slaughter of Prairie Grove. T h e bride-elect is a graduate of Prairie Grove High School arid is' presently a freslimun ill II: II Ii at the University nf Arkansas majoring in Home Ecnnuin- ics. The prospective bridegroom Is also a graduate of Prairie Grove High S c h o o l and is employed in Fayctie- ville. The wedding will he an event of June 29 in (he Firsl Unilcd Alcfliodisl Church In Prairie Grove. EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUBS MII!!MIJII[ll!n!llllllllll!l!il!ill!lll[||[|||||[|||||[|||||l||j||[||||||^ CHERRY BELLE Mrs. Paul Sensintaffar conducted a program on the early philosophers at the April meeting held in the homo of Mrs. Virginia Foults. Heirlooms dating before 1800 were displayed. Exhibitors included Mrs. Derrel Workman, Mrs. SensintaFfar. Mrs. James roncannon, Mrs. Eva Williams, Mrs. Richard Peters, Mrs. DeeDea Prater, Miss Ruth Morris and Mrs. Jucl I l i i m b l e n Giles. Among the oldest objects were a French beer stein, a toothpick holder and a religious book. The next meeting will be held May 11 at Ihe home of Mrs. Williams. Mrs. Julia Reed A Woman's Word Makes The News By T1IK ASSOCIATKW I'HKSS Hurt' nre some |iinlallr |iiolcK from women li;rlnn [tic week: ' "It's l l k o biilnK In FHdiliurx, MUSH., (liiritiu Uic In si week of the campnlKn." J n n n Kennedy, us ulio iiiid her liuiibiind .Sen. Eihvnnl M. Kennedy, I).-Mim., were eiiKiilfcd by LrnlnMuid residents durliiK n visit lo Russia. "1 p l a n lo r u u r u i l Kic hcsL possible professional j^roup I can recruit. It's beyond my comprehension tlial, unions the hcsl possible recruits I can f i n d , (here won't be a high per- ccnliiKB of women." Carla Hills, named assistant nttorncy general hi charge of the civil division by President N i x o n , alxiul recruiting I.T.V y e i s for her department. "Bvcrylhi;ii{ hus been won ·' 'nl mid it Is fmilasllc. We a lul or ciitchlni! up lo li. Mrs. Orctn-Jcan . l o l l f f . mi own-up Hrlllsli war or plv who came lo New York lo - '.'W ber acquaintance with two American soldiers who i;c '"iemled her duritiif World War II. "This Li a sad day for the u i i i n c M . men and children o. this Hlalc. To the proponents o: KIIA. I immediately ur^e you to start suil and go lo (lie hig! courts." Rep. Gwen Fleming mcmhcr of Ibc Tennessee Leg islature, after thai hody res cinded ils ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment. Daily Calendar of Events Today Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1:30 p.m. Friends of Yellow Brick House Program, 328 Highland, 2:304 p.m. Tri Delia Alumnae, Holiday Inn, 4:15 p.m. Pi Beta Phi Alumnae and Active Chapter, Holiday Inn, p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio rour 2-way radio hofldijuartcra IB electronic* ilnoa 1029 520 N. College 413-2322 Car Your Prescription Needs SesUi QUAKER DRUG 22 E. 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