Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 5, 1974 · Page 26
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, May 5, 1974
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Horttrw**! Arkansas TIMES, Sunday, May 5, 1974 F A Y E T T E V I L L E , A R K A N f t A * Miss Lubker Engaged Mr. and Mrs- 11. L. Lultkcr of Haiti Knob announce 1 h e engagement of Iticir daughter. Ann, to Joe Michael F i t z h t i g h , son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon 11. K i t z h u g h of Fay- ellcvlllc. The briilc elect, a cnidunlc of Haiti Knob High School antl of (be University of Arkansas, is physical education instructor in t h e North L i t t l e Hock School District. The prospective hrldegroom is a gnuIiiLite of FEiycttcvillc H i g h School, received a H.A. degree from the College of Arls and Sciences anil H J. I), degree from (he School of Litiv at the University. He is a member of Sigma Phi Kp- silon, Phi Alpha Delta, Arkansas Bar Association a n d American Bar Association. He .served as law clerk to Federal Judges J. Smith Henley a n d Oren Harris, a n d h a s recently accepted an appoint- in tnt as assistant U.S. Attorney for the Western District of A r k a n s a s - The wedding will he an event of June 29 at the United Methodist Church in Bald Knoli. This 'n That About Town By MARY ALICE PEARSON Accounts have hcen opened at both banks in Springdale, a "Help David E. Kinzer Fund," to assist with medical bills incurred by the infant's family while he is being treated for an enlarged heart at Texas Children's Hospital in Houston. The son of Lorraine and Eddie Kinzer Jr., of Route 2, Prairie Grove, was born April 6 at Washington Regional Medical Center and during liis first check-up it was discovered that he had an enlarged heart and blockage. Persons interested in contributing and w i s h i n g more information may call co-chairmen of the f u n d drive. Jack E. Glaze at 751-1372, or James Pnnce at 751-5678. \Vhen the five local chapters of Beta Sigma Phi observed Founder's Day with a banquet Tuesday evening at ttie Arkansas Union Ballroom, Sylvia Swart* was named "Fayetteville's First Lady." She was chosen for this honor for h e r m a n y contributions) in all areas, to the community. Connie \Yilliams introduced Sylvia, who was completely surprised, and gave her a scroll and corsage. She graciously responded. Presiding at the banquet was City Council president. Shirley Combs, entertainment was by the Tempos of Woodland Junior High School directed by Jim Wooley, Marilyn B e l l and Karolyn Farrell were commentators fo'r the stylo show. Corrine Lewis b r o u g h t a message from the national headquarters, and Cathy Loguc presented the f i v e "Girls of the Year." chosen by each chapter from its membership. Shirley installed new council officers, introduced guests, and gave the closing ritual. Janie and Mike Green have returned to Dallas after a visit here and at Beaver Lake with her parents, Rhea a n d w a r r e n Segravcs. Laura Smith and two of her sons. Brett and Brent, of Mountain Home were guests t h i s week of her parents Laura «nd L. L' Baxter. Hie Jame.s H. Colling family, who lived at 2800 Loxlcv A\e., wlien ihey were Kiiycticville residents and when he "" -itn Shakespeare.of Arkansas, and who left here in 1972 their home in Bethany. Okla.. will leave Monday An art workshop in Batik painting will be held M a v 'O-'-S at the Art Center of the Ozarks. Directed by Sue Noble of Kansas City, enrollment is limited and interested persons are asked to register early at the Center. 751-5-141. The a n c i e n t art of Batik was used for designing textiles for centuries in Java. India and China, and only recently has the technique been used for doing paintings Certain textured effects which are not possible in other media of p a i n t i n g can be achieved in this medium H o u r s for the workshop will be 9 a.m. u n t i l 4 p m . J a m t » Tarn-red, son of Grace and Gene Tancred, and stu- oe-ni o: Sister M i l d r e d Dunn of Fort Smith, is a member of t|K" .National Fraternity of M u s i c i a n s , h a v i n g passed the \a- tiwi.i. P i a n o Guild diploma e x a m i n a t i o n , playing a 15 piece program. lie was awarded an International Medal. For the past four years he has won a superior r a t i n g in the N a t i o n a l F e d e r a t e d Music Clubs and has played on the S t a t e M u s i c Teacher's Honor Program f o r t h e past t h r e e years- Tne youngest royal couple in the history of Memphis Cotton C a r n i v a l . _ Queen Carroll Shannon and King B e n j a m i n Lum;i:;ri.\? _\\o-jdscn, were ceremoniously introduced recently at t:ie liii-J Crown and Sceptre event in Memphis. Queen C a r r o l l , a sophomore at the University of Arkansas whore she i- a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority, is the daush- ter of parcms who have been long associated with carnival a c t i v i t i e s . Her f a t h e r . Jack Shannon, was c a r n i v a l k i n g in 1963. and her mother was the Memphis cjueen in 1966. Carroll h a s invited her Pi Phi sisters to be present when their majestic.- and their royal court arrive on the royal barge on t.'ie m i g h t y M i s s i s s i p p i and proclaim a reUn of m'er- nmeni at twilight on May 7. Debbie Davis, president of Washington County Legal Secretaries Association, joined with representatives from 29 states and represented A r k a n s a s at the national association's fourth regular meeting of the board of directors in A t l a n t i c City April 26 23. She reported on the publications contest, the winner of which w i l l r b e ennouncc-d t h a t the national convention in Houston in July. Social events for the "Spring Fiesta Espanoi" weekend included a "Bienvenidas" (get acquainted party), "Pre Siesta Fiesta" (luncheon), reception for the president elect. "Noche De Reception" (reception). "Xoche DC- Banquete" (banquet), and "Hasta Luego Desayuno" (farewell breakfast). Guests of Mr. and Mrs Bill Shaffer of G r e e n l a n d are t h e i r granddaughters, Sheresa and S h a r 1 a Inzer of Shreveport, La. while their parents. Linda and Dick Inzer are in Spain and Tangiers. Dick is an agent for Southern Farm B u r e a u Insurance Co., and won the trip as did his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Inzer of Camden, Linda and Dick are expected to return tonight lo pick up their daughters and go home. To Be August Bride Mr. and Mrs. William Coy Carson of Fin t Smith announce (lie e n g a g e m e n t uf their daughter, Kay, to Donald James Homer, son uf the l u t e Mr. and Mrs. K. II. (.lack) Homer of Kayette- ville. The wedding is planned for Aug. 17- Miss Carsnn will graduate in December from Ilic University (if A r k a n s a s w i l l i iiu Associate Degree in Nursing. She is it meinller nf Alpha Uellii I'i, Ilic Arkansas Iloosler Chili, un Army IIO'I'C Cadctte atul a Laniliila C U i Alpha Crescent. The prospective bridegrrKNn Mill graduate in May from the University wilh a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science. |le Is n member of Lainlida Clii Alpha and a former member of Hie Uarkctles. To Marry In June The engagement of Miss Sherry J u n e Lamherson to Mi- ciuicl Howard Ransom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Ransom of Gentry, is iiimniinc-ed hy her {uircnls. Mrs. VfViau Turlcy and Robert K. Lain- herson. also of Gentry- T h e bride-elect graduated f r o RH Gentry High School in 1973 and is presently employed in Fayetteville and her fiance a 1972 graduate of Ihe same high school, is nou 1 atlcniling ( l i e University uf Arkansas Fricmls and relalives are invited lo attend Ihe wedding at the Unilert Melhodist Church in Gentry on June 23. Worthy Matron And Patron Will Visit Louise IlenucTson. worthy nine! matron, Order of the Astern Star of Arkansas, will lake her official visit at the lasonic Temple in Fayelteville T UP. s da y. May 7. Sharing onors with her will 1» Robert olson. worthy grand patron. Host chapters beside Uni- ersity City Chapter are Clyde haptcr of Winstow, Prairie, jiove and Goshen Chapters. A salad and sandwich supper t 6 p.m. will he followed bv lie meeting in the lodge hai t 7:30 p.m. Plans Summer Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Call Schiller of West Fork announce (lie app r o a c h i n g marriage of t h e i r ilau.elHcr, Joyce Carlche, to Jarnes Kay Welch II, son of Mr. and Mrs. .James R. Welch of D a n v i l l e . The lirirle-elccl is a 1972 graduate ol Fay- ellevillr High SchonI and I presently a student at A r k a n sas Polytechnic College. Th prospective bridegroom is a a Navy veteran and is a se nior at .Arkansas Polytechnic College. A summer wedding is planned. Miss Miller Plans Small July Wedding Dr. and Jlrs. Thomas Miller Fnyetlcville announce the en- igoincnl uf their daughter. .icy. to Capt. John Braden, son Mrs. J. L. Braden and the te Mr. Braden of Greenwood. Miss Miller is a 1973 graduate the University of Arkansas nd is presently attend,ng grad- ale school studying English. er fiance is a veteran of the ietnrnn War and is a senior t the University. A small f a m i l y wedding is .anned for July at the First nited Presbyterian Church in 'avetteville. Colonial Garden Club will icct at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday I the home of Mros. Lee Seamier, 410 Holly Street. The pro- ram will be a plant c-xchange nd newspaper collection. Fayelteville Branch of A A U W 'ill meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday, lay 7, for a cooperative dinner t the home of Mrs. L. M. IcGoodwin. All graduates eli- ible for membership are ited. Suggestions [or next ear's programs will be dis ussed and dues for next year "nay be paid to the trc p asurer. Perennial Garden Club will meet at 9:30 a.m. Thursday in he home of Mrs. Allen Rev- olds. Mrs. A. F. Casper will peak on "poisonous plants ol '.rkansas." Christian Women's Club wil meet at 12 noon Thursday at p r i n g d a 1 e Country Club Myrtle Barren of Kansas Cit vill be speaker and a specia eature will be a book review ly Becky Giner as May is book lub month. Reservations m a ie made with Lorene Maguire 142-6710. Greenland School Open House Is Scheduled For May The Greenland High Schoo Jlass of 19C-I will have an open louse in conjunction with thei en year reunion along will i t h e r Greenland alumni Sun lay. May 2I from 2 p.m. t p.m. at the Greenland Grad school. All former teachers, students jarcnts and friends are invited Pours will he conducted to sho\ ·ecent changes that have heer iiade at the school. For more information abou he open house, persons ma :ontact Mrs. Pat Walker at H3 i908 or Mrs. J u d y Davis at 443 1720. Miss Guinn Is Shower Honoree .Miss Carol G u i n n , bride^elec T Doug Clark, was guest icnor Saturday afternoon at ingeno shower at SWEPCO lospitality Room. Mrs. Susi j u i n n was hostess. A corsage oT pink roses wa ;iven to Miss CTiiinn and a cor sage of white carnations to he mother. Mrs. C. L, Guinn. Miss Beverly Outsell, COUSLI of tlic bride-to-be, assisted i opening gifts. 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