Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 2, 1974 · Page 5
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May 2, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Groom's Shower Honors Starr Joey Starr, who will become the bridegroom of Miss Lee Ann Dodson in a ceremony on May 20 at Central Methodist Church was honored with a "groom's" shower and buffet supper Sunday night at the home of Mrs. Carl Whillock-. Co-hosts were Dr. and Mrs. John Sugg and Mr. and Mrs. Bass Trumbo. Guests were greeted in the garden where tables were decorated with blue checked cloths and hurricane lamps. The serving table carried out a yellow and blue color scheme and was centered with miniature bushel basket filled with daisies and trimmed with y e l l o w checked gingham Garden flowers were usec throughout the house. Guests gathered in the parlor where gifts were presented to the honoree. who was assister in opening them by Miss D o d s o n , Melissa Carter Shannon Starr, Charles Dodson and Carolyn Trumbo. Special guests were Dr. and Urs. Dwight Dodson. Charles, )ana, Allen and Nancy Lynn Dodson. the honored guest's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fred Starr, David, Shannon and Kent Starr, grandmothers of the couple. Mrs. Fred Starr. Mrs. Mona Allen and Mrs. Arthur Gabriel, and the bride-elect's great aunt. Miss Helen Mitchell. Mrs. Thelma Dodson, her grandmother, was unable to be present. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lewis. Debbi, Timmy and Tommy I^wis, Miss Carrie McReynolds, and Mr. and Mrs. Hill Simmons, and children. Mary Jean and Lee Ann. f'uther assisting were Sallie, Jenny and Larry Carter. Mary, Eddie, Mark and John Sugg Jr'-, and Jay Trumbo. A hostess gift in Dansk was presented the couple. Kappa Alums Honor Seniors With Picnic K a p p a Kappa Gamma ' A l u m n a e met Monday night at the home- of Mrs. Mervin Johnson on Bonnie Lane for the annual spring picnic. Honored guests were'Kappa's graduating seniors and special guest was Mrs, Marnetto Gammil. The next meeting will be Tuesday, May 21, at 9:30 a.m. at the chapter house. All area Kappa a l u m n a e are invited to a t t e n d . For additional information, persons may call Barbara Swayzc at 521-MH. Mother's Club Elects Officers Clii Omega Mother's Club mo Tuesday morning in Hie honii of Mrs. Charles Oxford with Hi president, Mrs. Tom Paislej presiding. Special guests were Mrs Jolinnson, Mrs. Johnson Texas, Mrs. R o x e l I e housemother, » M i s s Louis mackvvclt of LitUe Rock Miss Bo) ty A skew n f Fay e lit villc. Three now members wer also present. New officers elected are Mrs Richard Johausbn, president Mrs. David Ktmdle. vie president; and Mrs. Joe Mi chell, secretary-treasurer. Women Golfers To Play In Contest S I L O A M SPRINGS -lumbers of the Ladies Day ssociation at Dawn Hill Coun- ry Club will meet Tuesday. lay 7. for a golfing contest nd a noon luncheon. Mrs. Mary Lou Sughru, presi- ent. urges all members to be n the tee at 9:30 a . m . and bingle, bangle, bungle contest vill be held, with players going out in threesomes. Golf balls ill be awarded as prizes. The luncheon an* business meeting will be held in the isciuire Rcom at the club at '2 noon. Parties For Miss Hildbold Continue to announced Paries continue Miss Jan Hildbold, bride-elect of Richard Wheler, since their engagement was several weeks ago. Mrs. Howard Bass and Mrs. John Box entertained with a uncheon and bridal shower on Thursday, April 18. Blue painted daisy corsages were jiven t o - Mis.s Hildbold, her and to Mrs. Garland Wheeler, mother of the prospective bridegroom. Mrs. J i m mother, Mrs. recorded gifts. On Tuesday, April 23, Mrs G. C. Thomas, Mrs. Henry Shreve and Mrs. Frank Leach honor y Miss Cindy Cash and Miss \nn Burdette. The horioree, Mre. Hinbold. Bob Dave Wheeler Hildbold, iniJinniiiiiniiDiiiiiiiiiii niiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiuniiiB Announcements Engagment Told Mr- and Mrs. O. D. Parrish, Route 8, Fayefteville, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Nadine, to Jnhn Michel Huddleston, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Huddleston at Orlando, Fla. Miss 1'arrish is a senior social work major and is a member or Kappa Phi social club at Harding College in Searcy. Her liance is a 1 T O g r a d u - ate at Harding where he majored in social science and was a member of Lambda Sigjma Club and Phi Alpha Thcta. The couple is planning a May 17 wedding at the Johnson Church of Christ. After spending the summer in Searcy, they will live in Memphis where he will attend H a r d i n g Graduate School. entertained with a paper shower and luncheon at Fay etteville Country Club. The luncheon table was centered with a pink paper umbrella under which were p l a c e d pink flowers i n t e r s p e r s e d with syringes thermometers and other ar tielcs associated with the medi cal profession as the prospec :ive bridegroom is attending th' University of Arkansas Medica School in Little Rock. Place cards were prescription blanks Miss Hildbold, Mrs. Hildbol. and Mrs. Wheeler received corsages of fresh flower decorated with paper butter flies. Mrs. Jim Bob Wheele assisted with gifts. A bridal shower and luncheoi. Monday. April 27. was given A benefit bridge and canasta party sponsored by Washington Regional Center Auxiliary will be held Tuesday, May 7, at the First United Presbyterian Church. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Sam McNair, «2-72«. or M r s . Gerald Hudson. 442-7HBG. and tickels are available at Rcphan's. J e f f e r s o n School Parent T e a c h e r Association will sponsor a spaghetti supper from 5:30 p.m. to H p.m. Friday al the school cafeteria. Students are selling tickets and they will be available at the door.. Women To Staff Razorback Betty Dennis, editor of. the 1375 Razorback. has announced .he staff members for the 197475 school year. Connie Karnes. of Greenlanr w a s c h o s e n prociuclior manager; Connie Tucker o! P r a i r i e " Grove. busmosi manager; and Joyce Mellon o Springdalc, nssociale editor. Stalfwriters arc Nancy Jacob of Fort Smith. Elaine Smith ol Shreveport. Jack Mahan o 1 Fayetteville, Lynn Harris u Little Rock, Peggy Record o Dallas and Nancy Cook of 'Dorado. Mrs. Wheeler and Mrs. Freddie jane of Springfield, Mo., sister if the bride-elect receivec or sages of various colored daisies. Mrs. Lane assisted in ipening and recording gilts. The hostess gift to Miss lildbold were four salt glazed hand engraved steins. Another courtesy extendec Miss Hildbold and her fianc was a patio supper at the home of Mrs. Sue Mackenzie. Co-host were Dr. and Mrs. Jess Coving ton. Each guest brought a recipe and the hostess gift was a rec and white luncheon clot' :rimmed with daisies. Checked cloths and flowers i: lurricane candles decorate' tables where guests wer served. Miss Hinbold, Mrs. Wheele and Mrs. Hildhold receive corsages and Richard Wheele and Dave Hildbold were give boutonnieres. Household Hint Always select closely wove materials when choosing sit covers. Such materials offe greater protection against dus longer wear, and better shap holding qualities. They ar often more tailored and bette looking than loosely wove Favorite Rec'ipies OTIIIII11IM BEAN SPROUTS AND SPINACH SALAD c. salad oil tbs sugar tbs red wine vinegar tbs soy sauce Isp salt tsp dry mustard Ib. bean sprouts or 2 10-02. cans, drained \ 10-07. hag spinach 1 4 02. jar slicetl pimentos. In large salad bowl, mix well [irst (i ingredients; add bean sprouts, spinach and pimentos; gently toss to coat spinach and sprouts well. Makes 8 servings. Hflrtfo»at Arkansas Sunr* TTT./ 0r WOMEN Thursday, May 2, 1974 · 5 mniMtiiiimflMttiiiniiiniiinKiiHNiiiiu^ Daily Calendar of Events Tonight "How to Work for a Candidate," Arkansas Union, 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. American Legion and Auxiliary, Legion Hut, 7 p.m. Painting Class, Art Center, 7 p.m. Far West Chapter No. 1, Royal Arch Masons, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Goshen Masonic Lodge No. 413, Masonic Hall, 3 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way radio headquarters ira 443-22B For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center - 112-1216 City Parking Lot In Rear Friday Fayetteville Housing Authority, Hillcrest Towers, 8:30 a.m. Jefferson School PTA Spaghetti Supper, School Cafeteiu, 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. University-North Arkansas Symphony, Arkansas Union Ballroom, 8 p.m. "The Yello wJacket," FH3 Student Center, 8 p.m. '·IMMMIIIIIIlllllllllllinilM^^^ SURPRISE MOTHER and Give Her Something SHE REALLY WANTS From Colliers \Vool\vortl\ Your Best SHOPPING STROLLER vFurniture From Our Cosmetic Dept. PATA CAKE DIAPERS NURSERY CHAIR $197 Giv« Mother something from our fabulous array of cologne, perfumes and powders. Gifts wrapped if you prefer. RED OR BLUE PLAID V.'ITH WIRE SHOPPING BASKtT AND SWIVEL WHEELS. FOLDING HIGH PUNKIN SEAT LI GHTWF.IGHT MOi DED PLASTIC CARRIER COMES COMPLETE WITH COMFORTABLE FOAM PAD, SAF ETV STRAP. PLAY BALLS. INFANT WALKER REMOVE TRAY AND FOOT REST AND ITS AYOU7KCHAIH. WIPE-CLfAN VINYLUPHOLSTERY FOLD COMPACTLY Complete Selection of CAMERAS · STEREOS and TVs Be Sure You Have Plenty of.. ROMERTOPH Natural Cookware The natural woy of cooking the most delicious meals and making Mom's days much easier. film for Mothers Day photos MESH PLAY PEN NVUJN MESH flOO flOMFlETE Htm -Htm TUniC* FOAM PAD 100 We* Dickion Aero** From Postoffic* Phon* 442-4262 Highway 16 East 443-3441 SINGLEDROPSIDE. HEAVY POST CONSTRUCTION. WALNUT. MATTRF.SSHAS36COIL CONSTRUCTION. COMFORT A§tC

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