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Engagement Announced Mr, ami Mrs. Humid Bol- ScEionk and licr ' liatice gvad- loms uf K a y e U e v i l l e nmmce I h n engageineiU suul lust yi'tir From the same sch mil. He is presently ctn- amoachhig miirrhigc of Ihoir ployed Hi Standard Register diiughlei-, Dpna Carole, lit Company. The \vorlciing wi Firk Runic 1 !, also of Fayoltc- villc. Tlii: bi'lile-clciit is a senior wl Kiiyeltei'illt 1 High an event u[ .Intie 15 On!rr Sln-iil Church nf Chrisi in KaveUcvilk'. Women Plan Tea O/ark CnvvMles of Washing- Ion Comity are pliinniiit; a sprint! round-up tea to meet and interest new women in joining tlieir organization and to greet nltl friends. Hie party will he held from 2 p.m. tu.'l p.m. Saturday, May 4, in (lie home "f Mr. and Mrs. Ken Illock near Cave Wyman Club Will Have Pie Supper Instead of a politick dinner i the first Saturday of In month, there will bo a pie supper at the Wymnn Commun ily Builili.ig on "May 4 at 7:3' p.m. Music will be provided b; K i - a nk ic K ell y 's IH nd and Kenneth Clark will auction tin Clark and lUtlh Gregg. All resi rinnts of the Wyman communih are in\*iterl to come and bring a pic 1 . Cleanup rtay was lieln* fas Saturday and other such even are planned. Springs. Mrs. Block's co-hnsles will he Mr.s, Kill F;inis\vortli. Others planning the informal tea are Mrs. Bill Storms, Mrs. Luther Shipley, Mrs.HiiRh Otwell anil Mrs. Ralph Pendergraft. Several : state officers have hrcn im'ited to attend and any woman intereslcri in cattle is welcome. The- CowBclies is the auxiliary to the Ozark Cattlemen's Association. Those planning to attend mnv call Mrs. Blnc:k at 235-22H2 or Mrs. Jerry Hinshaw at 3G 1-2382 for directions. Announcements Chapter 1C, PF.O. will met at 1 p.m. Thursrlay in the home of Mrs. David McNnir. Mrs. EW. Homer and Mrs. Roger Widder will he CO hostesses. Year Hound Garden Chih will sponsor a plant sale from 8:30 a.m. until 12 noon Saturday at Ihe home of Mrs. Dick P r a t t , 24 W. Poplar Street. Offered for sale uill he terrariiims, planls, shrubs and hulhs. The puhlic is invited to attend. iiural finilders Chili will sponsor a plant and patio sale Thursday nl Sun's Chapel horn 8:M a.m. until :! p.m. Clay pots decorated, with painted fruits, vc^oUihles and flowers, palin candles iind plants of all kinds will he offered for sale. Proceeds will go to the upkeep of Ihc cimpel. Art Clubs To Exhibit And Sell Rogers Senior High Schoo Art Club Â« r ill join the Roger -\rL Chiild tin- ;\ Mother's Da '.slio\v and sell." From 10 am In ft p.m., Saturday nl tlie Wai nit Pla/a Shopping Center. I .lie event tif rain, tlie dale \v\ be May 21. Members of the two clubs \vi display works of art in oils acrylics, paslels, \vnter colors ceramics, china, hanrlcraflc ls. stitcher y and prt poi traits. The High Sdionl Art Club i working toward the purchase o a potter's wheel. The Arl Guild provides Tree art lessons for its members and for residents of House. The 1 Guild is expanding its activities to include additional shows during the summer months. i*iMiTM or MEN Wednesday, May 1, 1974 Date Set For Flea Market On The Square Saturday, May 11, is the date eL for the Round (he Square Ipring Flea Market. Horn's will le from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Xt Llphu Kpsilon chapter of Beta ligma Phi in cooperation with Downtown Fayeltc-ville Unlinked, Inc\ w i l l sponsor the Â·Â·vent and clubs or indivtduaLs vishing to reserve a space may do so by calling 521 8420. To provide more parking pace, only Hie south side of Jie Square will he roped o f f . roups selling items will ho jlaccd closer together and paces will alsti be provided in he middle nf the enclosed area. Matiy groups and craftsmen vill participate in the spring estiva I with such items larulmarte plaques, placemats, roeheted items and white cle phants. Music will be provided ind Cokes will lie available. In the -event of rain, the narket will hn postponed until ":ie next week. Use Hot Water Parsley washed in hot water nstead of cold will cut much Â·aster. Legion Auxiliary Announces Events American L'e g i o n Auxiliary Unit !i7 will hold a regular husi- H'SS meeting Tluirstlay at ;).m. at the Legion Hul. The theme for May will be poppies," and Virginia Karls Mil he poppy chairman. Plans will he made for the May popp sale. Birthday parlies will he IicUt at Ihc VA Hospital on May 8. 9 and 10 game night on May 21 and the coffee hour on May . Joplin. Mo.. Auxiliary Unit provided prixcs for game nighl Tuesday at hospital. Symphony To End Season University-North Arkansas Symphony will present its Conc e r I o - A r L H program which marks the end of the orchestra's winter seii.son, at 8 p.m. Friday in the Arkansas Union Ballroom. There is no charge for admission. N'inc soloists playing nine excerpts from nine composers will he Teresa Frcam, violin, Krnest BEocli; Glenda S I o a t, soprano. Georges Bizet: Ellen Hicks, flute, Charlcs Griffes; Denise 0!er. English born, Jean Birth; MEDICAL CKM'ER mini Jr., Fayetteville, a son; Mr. and Mrs. Wendell K. S l p - j A p r i l 28. veils. Farminston, a son. April i Mr. and Mrs. Jimmv O. 2I. ! Mr: K n i g h t . Fayetleville, a Mr. and Mrs. Clinton II. [daughter, April 2H. Wiildrimp, Kaycllcvillc, a son. Mr. ;ind Mrs. Philip M.irlin April 26. Mr. a nil Mrs. Michael D. L'auc 1 . t-'avelteville, a sun, April 27. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil K. Colp- N'oit/el, Hcmtonville, a dau2h- Mr. and Mrs. William G. Ochs, Silnain .Springs, a daughter. April 28. Married Fifty Years Mr. atiri Mrs. Orlanrler Green wilt observe their fiftieth werirting anniversary Siiiulay, May 5, at (heir liunic 1111 Round Mountain, UTS! (if Hie Hound Mountain Co nun unity Church. All friends ami vela- fives are invited to call between the hours of 1 :afl in 4:30 p.m. The cnuplc w a s married May .1, 192-1 by Hie Rev- N. M. Rciglnnrt "a n d are the parents of two daughters, Mrs. Pfiul (AlPiie) Franklin of Dickinson, 'Lex., and Mrs. Tltonuis (Hetty) Drye of Dc'iiver, Colo. They have Tour grantlchiiighk'i's. Mrs. Franklin mill Mrs. Dryc \vil! he hostesses for (hi: nc- casinn. Tim couple rcqiicsls tlnil no girts ho sent. (TIMES- |iliHo liy Ray Gray) S i b e l i u s ; LyndaII Cofficld, liiano, Ludwig van Beethoven; John Pnrifny, piano, Serge liachmaninorf; Rila Savage, soprano, Giacoino Puccini; Margie Austin, soprano, Claude Debussy: and Mike Rice, G e o i 1 gc Gcr.s li w i n, piano. Add Color When making tuna fish or salmon and mayonnaise sandwich filling, add enough raw grated carrots In make it of spreading consistency. This will stretch the quantity, add color, id a new taste. EARS-R-IN NEW One step ear piercing method, safe, painless, sterilized, 24-K gold studs and clasps penelrate carlobe in a 1/10 of a second. This entire process takes less lhan two minutes. This system has been used and tested by doctors. Now available in Y our favorite beauty salon. Gary's Hairbenders 2261/2 N. School Ave. Fayetteville 521-4269 Mr. Toad Salon Boutique 349 N. West Ave. FayeftevHIe 443-3615 Distributed By State Beauty Supply of Fayetteville Household Hint After patching a sheet, sow sliorl length a! light-colored thiciul in the how. When you .Co to your linen closet nr drawer, yon will he able to tell which sheets have hccn patched without imfnlding them. Household Hint Dampen excelsior before \\rappitvtf il aronnc] a delicate article of ciiina or glass to mailed. The excelsior \vill cling more clo.=;el\ r to the article. ((iving it greater protection. iHiinin luiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHniiiiiini mniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHBiniiin uraiiniiinsiiiitniBiimiiiiiitii Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Alcoholics Anonymous. VA Hospital, 1 AI-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. p.tn, SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio In no 531 N. rctt For Your Prescription Needs Sec Us QUAKER DRUG K K. Center -- 442-424B City Parkinfi t.ot In Rear Thursday Plant and Palio Sale, Son's Chapel, 8:30 a.m. lo 3 p.m. Mother's Morning Oul, University Baptist Church, 9 a.m. till noon Plal Review, Cily Hall, fl a . m . Chapter BH, PEO. Mrs. Mcrvin Johnsnn, P:3fl a.m. Demeler Garden Club, Mrs. ,J. R. Phillips, 12 noon Rotary Club, Holiday Inn, 12:05 noon Senior Citizens Bowling, Ozark Bowling Lanes, 1 p.m. Chapler AT, PKO, Mrs. David E. Lashley, 1 p.m. Chapter K, PKO, Mrs. David McNair, 1 p.m. Chapter S, PEO, Mr.s. Morris Cnllier,' 1 p.m. Parks Bonrrl. Cily Hall, 1:15 p.m. "How lo Work for a Candidale," Arkansas Union, 6:30 p.tn to 10:30 p.m. American Legion and Auxiliary, Legion Hut, 7 p.m. P.iinling Class, Arl Center, 7 p.m. Far West Chapier No. 1, Royal Arch Masons, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Goshen Masonic Lodge No. 413, Masonic Hall, 8 p.m. ^^ JCPenney babv week sale 20% savings on layette needs Save on sleepwear and underwear. Save on all crib accessories. Sale 1 83 Reg. 2.29. Print knit gown al Same retardanl Kohjin Cordetao Malrix fiber. Infants' sizo 'A. Sale 2 31 Sale 447 Reg. 5.19. Print crib comto Converts to sleeping bag. I- nviize, b*ue and pink. Reg. 2.89. Knit sacque and panty sel ol llame retardart Kotijin Cordalen Matrix ftbef. Cnoose from solids and prints. Sale 2 87 Reg. 3.59. Thermal knit crib blanket cotton with nylon stain binding in maize, white, mint, pink and blue. Save on disposable diapers, Sale 63-119 Reg. 79' to 1.49. Stock up now and savu on 1 oddletime'* brand disposable diapers. Piniess and easy .to fit. Absorbent and extra absorbent styles. Choose iron) a variety of sizes to t your kifant s needs. Sale3 Reg. 3 tof 2.33. Gorton stiirts. Pullover with diaper tabs in sizes 0-3. O cotton training panls with ribbing and two way stretc*. Sizes 1-3. Chooso tiom wriile or assorted colors. Sale 2 Reg. 3.19. Sanforized cotton crib s Elasttcized ends. Choose (rom assort -nis. Shop 9-9 Mon., Thurs., Fri. 9:00-5:30 Tues., Wed., Sat.