Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 6, 1974 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 6, 1974
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To Marry In California Mr. and Mrs. William L. Littleton of Manhiittim Beach, Calif., announce Ihe engagement of I h u i r d a u g h t e r , Carol Uli/abclh, to Joseph W. Jones, s o n ' o f Mr. and Mrs. Waller G. Jones of Faycltc- ville. Miss L i t t l e t o n is a senior in A v i a l i n n High School, M a n h a t t a n lieach . Her fiance is a graduate of Fay- ettevjlle High School and attended the University of Arkansas before joining I h e U-S. Navy. He is stationed In Corpus Christ!, Tex., where he is a miember of Ihe band. The wedding will take place June 29 in the F i r s t Baptist Church in Manhattan Beach. Legion Auxiliary Schedules Events Announcements of upcoming events highlighted the Thursday night meeting of the American Legion A u x E l i n r y . Mrs. Mabel Maclclox reported birthday parties arc .scheduled at (lie Veterans Administration Hospital May 8, 9, and 10; the nClcrnurjn coffee is set for May 23 and game night is May 21. It was also announced the politick dinner will not t)e held IVIay 16 because of a conflict with awards night at the VA Hospital. Mrs. Virginia Earls, poppy chairman, said the annual poppy sale will take place May 2 ( ! and 25. All junior members assisting will receive bracelet charms. Mrs. Nora Lingelbach, vice president of the N o r t h w e s t district, reported seven girls will lo sponsored by (he Legion Auxiliary to Girls State. S h e announced a party will le held or the delegates. Plans were complied for th h'st district spring conference o he licit] in Fayctlcville Sun lay. Registration is set for 9:3 The a u x i l i a r y prcsiden Mrs. Johnsie Dean w i l l we come guests ami district on resirtenl. Mrs. Frances Roger vill conduct the auxiliary afte loon .session. Special guests expected ii clurto Mrs. Bobbie Brown, stat iresidenl; Mrs. Inez Compto stale secretary, both of Litt Hock iind Mrs. Lingelbach. Hostess for the Thursda night meeting at the Legion H 1 ' was Mrs. Linda Dempsey. iiiiniiiiuiiiiiimiiiniiiiiiinnimiHiiiniiuNiiiiinii Births GET THE GiNUINE mm mm Thrust-Sock Coffer* TOILET TANK BALL Amirfea't targ.i* 5«N.r Til. ·ftctenr Wattr Mailrr imfa ntly trap, to flow of Mor.r oFltr each flushing. 7Sf A T H A R D W A R E S T O R E S ' REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Roy Phillips Lincoln, a son. May 2. aiiiniiiiiniiiniiiiiinuiiiiiniiiiiTMMMiniiiiiiiiiiiiiMi Announcements Jack Tidball Post No. 27 and Auxiliary will meet Mo day. May 13. at 7 p.m. in t VFW Flail, City Administrnli Building. Officers for 1974- will be installed. Parent Teacher Assnciati spring workshop for PTA of cc-rs aiKl meinlwrs of Distric 1. (i iind 7 will be held at College of the 0/arks in Clark ville Tcusday. P r e s i d i n c h a i r m a n at the , meeting tw Mrs. Dale Sigmon of Sprin dale, director of District 1. Northtnrat ArbattBae TTT W /or OMEN Monday, May 6, 1974 9 5 iTM«amimmTMiiiiw!ijBTMiM Party Honors Couple Red checked table cloths, red andles, and flower arrange- icnts of red carnations, green laves and pretzels decorated ables last Monday evening at party for young friends of liss Lee Ann Dodson and Jcrcy ta rr, who will be ma rried oon. Herman's Rib House was the te of the "jeans 11 party and osts were Mr. and Mrs. Hayen Mcllroy and Mr. and Mrs. Xn Tyson. A special event of the evening ·as a guitar presentation by erry Smith, featuring an ongi- al song he wrote for the cou- le, and each guest w r,ne greetings and good wishes to tie couple in a book given them iy the hosts. Special guests were Dr. and Irs. Dwight Dodson, parents of le bride-elect, her sisters, lisses Dana and Nancy Lynn Godson, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fred itarr, parents of the prospec- ive bridegroom, and his mother, David Starr, Dr. and \Trs. Ely Brooks, Dr. and Mrs. 'acob Agee, Mr. and Mrs. Bass "rumbo and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Weatherford. Other guests included Bruce rlatthews, Miss Linda Williams, Pete Money, M i s s Kathy Written, Jim Miller. Miss Debbi x v wis, Jeff and Jeanie Green, Miss Susan IV Merry - Ship, ; , Miss Karen Kennedy, Jerry inflation Cuts Back Luxuries NEW YORK CAP) same inflation middle-income Th that is forcin, Americans t switch from steak to casserole' is causing upper-crust consu mer.s to cut back on th luxuries of Life - those $3,000 evening dresses, for example. That's why designer Georg Halley, who showed his fa collection Monday, slashec prices drastically, cutting ther by 90 per cent at the wholesal evel. Halley's prices used to slar at $300 - wholesale: Posh colUie with four-figures prices tag that drew widespread publicitj The expensive dresses jus . Miss Miss Sallic Watts. Miss Marsha Carter, Gina Williams, Morgan, Richard wercn't selling years, said a well in reccn Halley spoke. NOT SPENDING "Women are not spendin that kind of money for clothe no matter how much the have," the spokesman said. Wholesale prices for the ne Halley collection start at $7 and go up to $300. That mean retail prices of from $150 $600. The designer managed dark green an day and plen John Cole, Miss Karen Johanson, Ben Schlegel. Miss Brenda Galloway, Miss RohEn Scharlau, Mark Railey. Miss Patti Ward, 3avid Lunsford. Jay Hcrron ·md Miss Jill Gentry. Secretaries Install At Luncheon Mrs. Henrietta Flolcotnb, President of the Arkansas Education Association [or 1973-74 installed officers of the Kayette- ville Association of Educational Sec ret a ri es at a lunc h eon meeting Thursday. Mrs. Holcomb has been in the education profession for more than 20 years as a teacher, an elementary school principal and assistant superintendent for Elementary Education for Fayetteville Public Schools. 0 ff icers i n st a lied were Mrs. Milli Hood, president; Mrs. Julie Cnnrow. first vice president; Mrs. Mary Carol Smith, second vice president; M rs. Betty Smith, secretary; Mrs. Eileen Koehring. treasurer and Mrs. Ruth Land, parliamentarian. The group will present a $100 scholarship to a business major at Fayelteville High School. The reeipient will be announced on Honors Day May 14, There were 32 members and one guest present. keep the expensive look th; characterized his more cost, clothes. A pa rade of mode! led by actress Alexis Smith, di played a series of dresses an pants with a soft, swingy loo There were lots of autur colors - rust, maroon - for of sequins for evening. 'He: lines hovered either at the knc or several inches above tl ankle. Halley isn't the only design cutting prices. Several oth Seventh Avenue fashion hous have pared their more expo sive lines, eliminating som completely, to concentrate the lower-priced, bctter-sellin models. It is accomplished basical by cutting back in the fabr: by u s i n g less expensi 1 materials, said the Hall spokesman. MORE COMMERCIAL Edward Parnes, who to over as president of the orga zation five months ago, said i Fall Fashion Mid-calf skirls, .slouch jack- els, full-backed coats a n d the chemisicr dress are some of (he features of the J o a n Leslie fall collection by Kasper shown Wednesday in New York. The example worn by the model above includes a grey wool skirt, a cape a n d vest and a rust red shirt. (AP Wircphoto) Officers Elected At PEO Convention The 41st annual state conven- .ion of Arkansas PEO Sister- lood was held in Magnolia the last week in April. Guest of lonor was Lilas Brandhorst, recording secretary Supreme Chapter. Arkansas State Chapter Executive Board elected the following officers: Vinnie Ream Freeman, Chaper A, presdent; Kathryn Bost. Chapter I, first vice president; Sue Pine, Chapter A K , second vice president; Marguerite Golden, Chapter Z, organizer; Norma Kennedy, C h a p t e r K, corresponding secretary; Nan Carver; Chapter AO recording secretary; and Patsy McDonald. Chapter R. treasurer Virginia Driver of Chapter 0 is the retiring president. Attending from Fayettevill were Mary Carolyn Pcndleto of Chapter K, past president o Arkansas State Chapter; Su Davis, Madelyn Williams, Lind Springer and N'orma Kenned) Rebecca Shreve and Isabel Collier, Chapter S: Helen Brai nan and Rose McNair. Chaptc AT; and Lois Rose and Carolin ilder. Chapter BH. simply a matter of making the d r e s s e s more commercial, usim; mass-manufacturing techniques rather than »ndividual custom workmanship. 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Offer available to all former members. /Mirror figure salons W«stg*l« Chopping C inter Hwy. 62 W. By-Patt For FREE Figure Analyst* Call ·:M M «:30 p.m. Utonfry rtm tritff » * 4 fjm. m %mlmt*ft cJLaduiiK Ot Evelyn Kills ^/ Foyett«ville ^ J/t Wl'VE MOVED TO EVELYN WLLS For Those Good Values . . . Come See Us Daily Calendar of Events 'onight Weight Watchers, Eastgafe Mall, 7 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, T-30 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7:30 p.m. Masonic Lodge 291, Masonic Hall, Farmington, 7:30 p.m. Masonic Lodge No. 740, Masonic Temple, 7:40 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2 - W a y Radio 2-way radio headquarters » wedrcolcj ilnc« 1928 College U3-Z222 For Your Prescription Ne*rf* See Us QUAKER DRUG n E. Center -- 442-I2M City Parking Lot la Rear Tuesday Women's Civic Club, City Library, 9:30 a.m. Daughters of Demeicr Creative Arts Group, Mrs. M. C. Kik, 9:30 a.m. Weight Watchers, Eastgate Mall, 9:30 a.m. Civilan Club, Wyatl's, 12 noon K'wanis Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Hospital Auxiliary Bridge Party, Presley Tenor Church, 1 p.m. AAUW, Mrs. L. M. McGoodwin, 6 p.m. Worthy Grand Matron and Patron Visit to OES, Masonic Temple, G p.m. Northside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Weight Watchers, Eastgate Mall, 7 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m. Chess Club ROTC Building, 7 p.m. Board of Directors, City Hall, 7:30 p.m. Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary, Central Fire Station, 7:30 p.m. Northwest Arkansas Hairdressers Assn., Springdale Holiday Inn, 7:30 p.m. · National Association of Letter Carriers, Post Office, 7:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. ·miiiiiMiiiiniiiiiiiwiniiiiiiTM^ Satisfaction Guaranteed · Replacement or Money Refunded Which Means Big Savings On LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES G I N G E R JAR LAMPS 17 77 Delightfully bright ceramics glazed in black, yellow or white. Accent Lamps in New Contemporary Designs 3 REG. 4.99 Choose from Gear or Culie Pie styles. Gre,-t selection of colors. 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