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T T T /or WOMEN Tuesday, April 30, 1974 · 3 111 ''""i^ 1 ' 1 '"l^i'I'll"IJ :i|^i::ii:IIIIli.iiiiiili;iii:i:h!iir!i:iiiniii:i:II,!i;:ii!ii^ii;ii:!iiii!iiiJi,:i,L : tii:!ii j MR. AND MRS. ROBERTS . . .jollowing their marriage at Trinity United Methodist Church on Saturday, April 6 Miss Newman Is Brid e In Church \ Miss Rebecca Lynn Newman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Earl Newman of Fay elleville, and Stephen Charlci Roberts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Roberts, also of Fayetteville, were married on Saturday, April 6, at 2 o'clock In the afternoon at Trinity United Methodist Church. The Pev. Lawrence Dodgen performed the double ring cere mony. : Church decorations included an arch decorated with white daisies, two large arrangement? qf white gladioli and seven b r a n c h e d candelabra with lighted tapers. At the close of the ceremony, the couple lighted a memory candle. v Mrs. Debbie Dowell presented a program of music a n d .Accompanied Miss Judy Compton who sang. BRIDE'S GOWN -' The bride, give in marriage by her father, wore a traditional gown of sata peau and Venice lace. Ruffles bordered £he wedding ring collar and cuffs of the bishop sleeves Venice lace latticed the empire waist and A-line skirt, which swept into a chapel train. Her finger-tip veil was of French illusion encircled with lace and ;fell from a tiara of seed pearls 5md lace, and she carried a cascade bouquet of miniature light blue carnations, purple statis find baby's breath centered with 'z purple cattleya orchid. Miss Tisha Abhiatli of Fayetteville was maid of honor. .Miss Janet Caudle, Miss Becky Williams and Mrs. Brenda Laney of Fayetlcville and Miss Kalhy Wilson of Rogers were bridesmaids. They wore identi- .'cal floor-length gowns of lilac flowers against n light blue background of moire with deep 'purple sashes. Eiich wore n jvhilc hat accented w i t h a deep .purple ribbon and carried nose- '·gays of white and blue minia: Artisfs Receive ' Honors Af Show · i Throe area arlisls took (op honors at the Tahlequah Area ·Arlrsls Sixth A n n u a l Exhibition held earlier this week in Table- quah, Okla. 1 A firsl prr/c went to Mrs. Belden (Doris) Wigglesworfh for a walercolor "Jonathan Went t h a t A'Way". · Mrs. Roy C. (Lee) Smith earned a t h i r d prize for a charcoal portrait "Franklin" and honorable mention on an oil Jorlrnit entitled "Jamie". 1 Mrs. Talrnndge (LaVern) Jlclson won an honorable mcn- *ion for a walercolor "0/ark .Scene." RUPTURE-EASER ', MOW fnipwld! SlronL. fc/m MlinR, waihabla · wpr/*t Iw i i J u':H)!fl Trtjiui,,al hwnla. Comf«l ; InckfMp. Si.flpslnfror Son. flat pain fut). Na Il«el (X f f n l l . f r hindi. Ur.flicellgd for cwifort. · f'w mw, vwm*n, tJiiWrcn. ture carnations, purple statis and baby's breath. Mrs. Newman and Mrs. Roberts wore lighl blue floor- length dresses and corsages of white carnations and purple statis. Danny McC^rroH ot Springdale served the bridegroom as best man. Mike Harvey. David Polter, Jimmy Strange a n d Glenn Newman, brother of the bride, all of Fayetteville, were groomsmen. Charles Marry of Camden and Ronnie Sykes of Springdale were ushers and Mike Dodgen and Andy Self of F a y e t t e v i l l e were candle- lighters. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church fellowship hall. The serving table's centerpiece was an arrangement of blue daisies and purpte tulips. Serving were Jtrs. Linda Sykes, sisler of the bride of Springdale, Mrs. Debbie Strange, sister of Hie bridegroom. Miss Debi Edgin and Mrs. Susan Newman, all of Fayetteville. Miss Sharon Roberts, sister of the bridegroom, presided al the guest book. Among the out-of-town guests were Mrs. Bryant Bobbill and Paula Bobbilt, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Rameriz, all of Tulsa, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stalham of Delroil. Mich.. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bartolich of Hartford, Mrs. Daisy Crawford of Van Buren, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Alforri of Elkliart. Tnd. and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne K i n g and Judy and Jimmy King of Seneca, Mo. AT HOME Following a wedding ip lo A r l i n g t o n , Tex., Mr. am; Mrs. Roberts arc at home in Fayetteville. Mr. ;md Mrs. Charles Robcrls e n t e r t a i n e d with a rehearsal d i n n e r at Wyatl's Cafeteria for their son and the wedding party on F r i d a y niglil before the Saturday wedding. Luncheon Honors Miss Shelton Honoring Miss niica Louise Slietton, bride-elect of Douglas 1-. Wilson or Hosiers, M r s . A u b r e y K. Harvey. Mrs. Cliiudo Kmilkner and Mi's. John Brown I'lil .Tliiined with a luncheon Friday lit the Hurvcy residence on Klmwood Drive. Spring flowers svorc used throughout the home find decorated the luncheon table. Guests were Mrs. Kills K. Khelton. mother of the honoree, Mrs. Henry Allen HI of Ha/en lier sister, Mrs. Mai'ius J. I.ind loff, M r s . Homer Crow, Mrs Howell Lcming. Mrs. Harris Rhca, Mrs. Victor Walts, Mrs George Harris. Mrs. W. J Bncrg, Mrs. Mitchell Singleton and Mrs. Clive Lane. Miss Shelton received a pleco of her chosen china as a hostess gift. Favorite Recipies POTATO WEDGES Vi cup butter or margarine, melted V\ cup catchup 1 Tsu. nrenared mustard Vi tsp. paprika 'A teaspoon salt 3 Large potatoes, unpeeled Vi cup bread crumbs (op tional) About 45 minutes before ser ving: Preheat oven to 425 degrees In small saucepan over low heal, melt butter or margarine remove from heat; slir ii catchup, mustard, paprika and salt until well mixed. Cut each potato into four wedges; slash each wedge crosswise at '/i-inch interval, but do not cut through skin Place potatoes, skin-side down on cookie sheet; brush potatoes with one-third of butter mix lure. Bake 35 minutes or unli p o t a t o e s a r e fork-tender brushing potatoes occasionally with remaining butter mixture during baking. If you like, alte last brushing with butte mixture, sprinkle potatoes with bread crumbs. Makes 4 ser vings. BANANA CllEAM PIE 1 S'/i-oz. pkg. vanilla pud ding and pie filling 3 tbs light rum 1 9-inch baked and coolec pie shell 1 c. chilled heavy cream 2 med. bananas 1 tbs sugar Prepare pudding according to pkg directions. Turn puddhii into a bowl and stir in ? tablespoons of the r u m . Place an appropriate-sized sheet o wax paper directly on the snr face of the pudding. Refrigerat at least 2 hours or until pudding is completely chilled. Prepare pie shell and cool to room tern perature. Whip 14 cup of the heavy cream until soft peaks form. Fold cream into the pudding. Slice the bananas an arrange slices in bottom of the pie shell. Pour pudding mixture over the sliced bananas. Chil several hours or overnight unti set. At serving time whip the re maining '/z cup cream with the reamining 1 tablespoon rum and sugar until soft peaks Form Serve pie topped with dollops of the whipped cream. Makes 6 to 8 servings. TUNA AND CRUNCHY POTATOES 2 ths- butter or margarine '/z c. chopped onion Vi c. sliced celery 1 10?l-oz. can condensec cream of mushroom soup 1 c. -milk 1 6V4- or 7-oz. can tuna 4 hard-cooked eggs, sliced 2 IVi-oz. cans or 1 3V4-OZ potato sticks ABOUT 45 MINUTES BEFORE SERVING: In 2-quart saucepan ovei medium heat, in hot butter or margarine, cook onion anc celery until tender, about J minutes. Stir in undiluted soup milk and t u n a ; heat to boiling s t i r r i n g frequently. Add sliced eggs and heat through. To serve, place about Yz cup potato slicks on dinner plate spoon about Vi tuna mixture on top. Makes 4 servings. Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Northside Rotary Club, Wyalt's, 6:15 p.m. Art Show, UA Fine Arls Center, 7-9 p.m. Boy Seoul Troop 100, SI. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m. Chess Club, HOTC Building, 7 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio 7wir 2-wny radio IB rteHron WO N. ColIefTQ For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG n E. Center - 442-1216 City Parking !.o( In Rear Wednesday Soquoyah Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 7 a.m. Women's Golf Association, Counlry Club, 9 a.m. Pf'X) Cooperative Hoard, Mrs, Joe Pendlcfon, 9:30 a,m. Exchange Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Juvenile Court Advisory Committee, Heinle's Steak House, 12 noon Lions Club, Wyatl's, 12 noon Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. viiwnnnniiiiiiiiiJiuNiniDiiiiiiiJiuniJiiiiiNiiiiiiniiiijiiiiiiiniiw This 'n That About Town By MAItY Al.ICK I'KAIISON To express appreclullon to those who worked KO hard on Use Klylc show, Washington Itcglonttt Medical Center Auxili- nry cnterlalncd committee chairmen and A u x i l i a r y personnel who (isslslcd so ubly, with a luncheon Wednesday. Joan Wilk- Ins, director of volunteer services, reported on the number of tickets sold and the proceeds one; tlianlted those nroscnl for the success of the .style show on liclmir of Ihe liosiiiial admlnislriitloii. ' A special giicwl at Ihe lundioon at Ihe Holiday Inn w a s vclnia Jones, A u x i l i a r y president. President Mrs. Thomas Gray of Greenland was recently elected president of Hie Arkansas Congress uf I'areiils a n il Tcuclicrii al Ihe slale I'TA convention. Mrs. M a r v i n Bradley of Kiiyctleville was elected second vice president. Olhcr officers elected are Mrs. Edgur Lewis! Camden, firsl vice president; Miss Ilattie Ami Kclso, Norlh Little Rock, Ireusurer; and Mrs. 11. ],. Stannick, l.illln It o c k, secretary. They will assume their duties at the close nf the National PTA convention in San Antonio May 20, 21, and 22. Miss Dodson Honored At Brunch Mrs. Wcndall H. Ward and daughter. Miss Palti W a r d , entertained with an informal brunch Saturday at their farm home, Wen-Max, complimenting Miss Lee Ann Dodson, bride- elect of Joey Starr. Guests were a group of Cho raleltes who had gone to Europe together last summer. Miss Dodson and Miss Ware were members of the group. A color scheme of orange and yellow was carried out in decorations with a centerpiece of geraniums on a green and white checked cloth. Special guests were Mrs. Dwight Dodson and Mrs. Joe Fred Starr, mothers of the engaged couple, Mrs. Fred Starr. Mrs. , Thelma Dodson, Mrs. Arthur Gabriel and Mrs. Nona Allen, their grandmothers. Corsages were "boy-giri' 1 cookie cutters tied with flowers and ' ribbons. Mrs. Dodson received a "girl" culler, Mrs. Slarr a "boy" cutter, and Miss Dodson's corsage was of both a "girl" and "boy" culler. The hostess gift to the honoree was a goblet in her chosen crystal pattern. Alumnae Club Honors Seniors With Dinner Graduating seniors of Alpha Delta Pi were entertained by members of the Alumnae Club with a potluck dinner recently. The party was held in the home of Mrs. Ted Peter, 2316 Hummingbird Lane. The serving table was centered with an arrangement, of spring flowers on a white cloth carrying out a color scheme ol blue and white, the sorority' colors. After receiving the jewel degree, each senior received a violet plaque of the sorority flower. Miss Cherrye Hammonds received a sterling silver bowl as the senior w i t h the highest grade poinl average. Other seniors attending were Connie Holub. Claudia Sparks. Margaret Pennington, Nancy Meley, Donna Taylor. Kathy H u g h e s , Janet Williams, Rebecca Weis. Morie Althoff, Dianne Farrell. Sharon Hall. Connie Lewis, Lee MacDonald, Kathy Knoll, Linda Wray, Mai cia Oliver and Patsy Bolin. Mrs. Coy Kaylor Jr., alumnae president, conducted a busines meeting. Three area artists took lop honors at llic Tahlequah Area Artists Sixth Annual Exhibition held last week in Talilcciuah, Okhi. A first place prize wenl to Doris Wiggluswuiili for a walcr- eulor "Jonalhon Wenl '11ml A'Way. Lee Smilh earned a third place |)rizc for a charcoal portrait, "Franklin" and honorable mention for an oil portrait entitled, "Jamie." LaVern Nelson won an honorable mention for a watcrcoior "0/ark !son Scene." The Mac Leroy Hamblens spent last weekend with their i. Leroy Bcnbrook Hamblcn at the "Resident's Spa" in son. Leroy Dallas, Tex, Among those attending the state 1'KO convention in M;ig- nolia Friday and Saturday were Isabel Collier. Rebecca Shrevc, Helen B r a n n a n , Rose M c N a i r and Lois Rase. Marjorie Budd got back home this week from a trip to Germany and Austria. Leaving Fort Worth with a group of TCU alumni, she flew to Munich and from there went to Garmisch in Bavaria where they headquartered and look lours of Germany and Austria. David Verner, associate minister of the First Presbyterian Church, has been reappointed to a two-year term on the Board of Ministers at Arkansas College in Batesville. Teresa Fream, a junior violin major at the University of Arkansas from Muskogce. has been accepted at Indiana University for her senior year of study. Teresa, who m can- cerlmislress of line University - North Arkansas Symphony, will study with Zvi Zeitlin al the Music Academy of the West at Santa Barbara, Calif., during the summer months- Zeitlin was a guest soloist with our Symphony here last October The University - North A r k a n s a s Symphony has been invited to present its spring concert at Rogers in the high school auditorium on Sunday afternoon. May 5. The Symphony's appearance, under the auspices of the Arkansas Arts and Humanities Council, is consistent with the orchestra's new regional emphasis to present concerts in the North Arkansas area. The December performance al Bella Vista was the first of a series sponsored by the Council. Mortar Board, a national honorary organization for junior women at the University of Arkansas, has selected 33 women for membership. Selection is based on leadership and extracurricular ac- tivily and a grade point average of 3.0 (a B average). New members are Martie Adams of Benton- Cvnthia Brown of Prescott; Cindy Carrington of Dallas, Tex--'Mary Chappell of North Little Rock, Bianca DeLille of Fayetteville; Kalhy Downer of Dallas, Tex.; Kathy Dye of Houston, Tex.; Susan Fox of Pine Bluff, Teresa Kay , Frcam of Muskogee, Okla.; Judy Harmon of Clarksville- Sally Jackson of Fort Smith; Jacque Keith of Wichita Falls, Tex · Mary McCombs of Hamburg; Sharon McGce of Little Rock 1 Kathleen Magruder of Augusta, Ga.; Carmen Manning of Crossett; Penny Michaelis of Gillet; Julie Morris of Tulsa Okla.; Marilyn Moseley of Blytlievilie; Cynthia Neal of Van Buren; Debbie Richtson of Danville; Janna Riley of Little Rock; M o n i c a Ritx of Siloam Springs; Diane Roberts of Travis Air Force Base. Calif.; Pat Suttle of Houston, Tex.; Fenner Upchurch of Fayetteville; Deborah Vanhook of Rogers; Carol Volk of Joplin Mo.; Jan Wallace of Florissant, Mo.; Martha Webb of Fny- etlcvillc; Kathy Whaley of Monroe. La.; KaUiy While of North Little Rock; and Terry Wilson of Osceola. Dr. Lyna L. Montgomery, associate professor of English, is faculty adviser. Chapter Elects Offi cers Marion Chapter. Daughters of .he American Revolution, met Thursday in the home of Mrs. 1C. II. Donanbauor. Co-hostesses wore Mrs. A. K. Harvey. Mrs. !'"rank Knox and Mrs. Donald McGinnis. Guest .speaker was the Hon. Judge Thomas K. Bull. Judge Butt, in his t a l k on "Americanism." pointed out thai Hie United States, as a lation, remains unchanged because of the strength and quality of the majority of its citi/ens. To offset the critics and detractors, who seek to downgrade our country while continuing to enjoy the rights and privileges of citizenship, Judge Hull suggested that each and every one should proclaim the good things about the United States which still remains in all respects the greatest country in today's world. Following the t a l k , Mrs. E. W. Alicrn, regent, conducted the. regular business mooting at which time the following new officers were elected to two year terms, Mrs. Donaubauer, regent; Mrs. Harold D u l a n , first vice regent; and Mrs. McGinnis, second vice regent. Piano Students Win Membership In Fraternity Piano students of Mildret Rose have; won membership it the National Fraternity of Sti dent Musicians. sponsored by the National Guild of Plan Teachers. Teaching Division o the American College of Musi cians, of which their leache is a member. This group won honors and awards in the local state and national levels, ac cording lo ihe number of stand ard classics each student ere ditably performed. Students are Rachelle Gen^r eau. Martha Hemmingway Deana Lawson, Carol Ann Bunch. Kevin Bogan, Lisa Dal ton, Shelly Thornberry, Anthony Thornberry, D c n i s e Selby Rhonda Horn, Tracy Ward. Jef Thomas, Kelly Mays, Eli/abctl White, Elizabeth Hutchens Dalls Wynn. Tcresia Scar brough, Marcia Hutchens an Kirsteri Gubler, of Fayetteville Angle Byrd of Huntsville, Bob and Johnny Manning of Prairii Grove, Susan Thomas of Farm ington and Dana Summers o Winslow. Kenneth Osborne of the musii Faculty al the University of Ar kansas was judge. Announcements Chapter AT, PEO, will meet at 1 p.m. Thursday in the home of Mrs. David E. Lashley. 1418 Elmwood Drive. Mrs. Joe Fred Keep Skin Smooth Young beauties who are busy treating the oily skin on their faces oflen forget to give their necks some tender loving cave. They seldom realize that the skin, on the neck may not correspond to the oily patches on their foreheads, noses and chins. Because the neck area has fewer oil glands, il should be coaled with a genlle moisturizing lotion every morning and night. Be sure to give it extra attention in warm weather and protect it from the hot, harmful sun. Household Hint Tic an empty spool lo your child's balloon. The balloon will be easier to hold onto, and it will he weighted down. Rent a New Piano On Our Rent-or-Byy Plan For Beg'nner Student New Pianos from $695,00 Mason Hamlin Wurlitzer · Knaba f!sch*r Wurlitzer 0/ganj Rents for $15 Monthly Rent lip lo six months. If yon decide to hny, we will mnkn full allowance chnr£e on Iho purchase price. Olv« the children nnd yourself an opportunity lo sec fust linn much miislcn) enjoyment a new plnno ndds to your family life. Call today -- only n llm- lled number of now pl.inns available for thl offer. Southeast Corner of Square Guisinger Music House Starr will be co-hostess. Chapter S, PEO, will meet at 1 p.m- Thursday in the home of Mrs. Morris Collier, Oklahoma and Missouri Way. Mrs. Sam Schweiger will be co hostess. 53/4% 61/2% 71/2% We have a savings program and interest rate to meet your needs. Fayerteville Savings Loan Association 201 N. East AVCIIUB Thrift Tip When shoes become badl scuffed and don'l seem to take polish, rub them with a pieci of raw potato and then apply polish to achieve a Iike-ne shine. EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS ; CLUB niiiiiniiniiiiiiiiiininiiiiiiiiiiNiiiiiiniiiifiiiiiiiiiinnniiiiiniiii!) MBKTING DATES. Kxlcnsion Homcmakcr Clubs n Washington Counly will men*. iccnrdiisK lo Ihe following scbe- !u!c May 12-0: ; Thursday: Friendly Neighbors, Mrs. John Carrel. 1;30 ).m.; Mount Comfort, commun- ty builditjL'. n a.m.; Town and :ounlry. Mrs. Clara Elam, 3)99 Cheryl St., 1 p.m. May li: Savoy, Mrs. Helen liiyos. !::)(! p.m. May 7: Middle Fork Valley, iliss Dora Demi, 7 p.m.; Valley fomemakers, Mrs, Hugh Hi- cliiirdson, 7:;iO p.m. May 8: Combs Ctiapel, Mrs. 3i;iii'Hc Gray Sr., 10 aim.; K l k i n s , Mrs. M. A. Hamel. 1:30 .m.; Fishback. community building, 1:30' p.m.: Ooslien. Mrs. Lawrence Guycr 1:30 p.m. May (): Sonora, Community iuilding. in a.m. H A B 11 E R T 0 N H A P P Y H O M E M A K E R S There were 11 members and two guests present for t.ho April meeting held al the homo of Mrs. Marline Salsbury. Mrs. Belty Tisdale, president, demonstrated how to make an easel following the cooperative uncheon. Reports were made by Mrs Krnily Click. Mrs. M a r i o n Hausman. Mrs. Lcona Dillard and Mrs. Edna Nelson. Fund raising projects were discussed. Guests were Mrs. Mary Gilbert, extension home economist and Miss Patricia Heck. Mrs. Marion Hausrnann Benefit Bridge Planned To Aid Cancer Fund SILOAM SPRINGS -- A benefit bridge party to .aid the Cancer Fund has been planned in Siloam Springs. The parly will be held in the Siloam Springs Community building on Wednesday, May 29, according to Mrs. Peggy Alexander. This will be the third year Shat such a ' party has been planned. All local and area bridge players are invited to Siloam Springs on this date, and play will begin at 1 o'clock in the afternoon. Numerous prizes will he given and refreshments served. Household Hint Pajama tops oflen lasl twice as long as pajama bottoms. If you are-making a nighttime set for a child, make two bottoms for each top and let the child wear the bottoms alternately. EXPERT WATCH REPAIR SWIFTS REUPHOLSTERY SPECIAL! SOFA $129.00 .^u,. Choice of Naugahyde, Nylons, Herculons and Velvets Choice of Colors 3 EAST MOUNTAIN RECOVERY ROOM Phone 521-8815 im i thegraceM : " 'Spring ha« . drrfcwl with - gracttlul, n»w d*f!jn» In o wonderful rainbow 'of v, prints, ploldt and «olld»! 5«» our hiigH collection ol Irvih n*w 'Spring lathlonf HOUSE OF FASHIONS

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