Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 7, 1974 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 7, 1974
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Announcements Ballroom Dance Club of Springdale w i j l meet at 7:30 j.m. Saturday in the American gion Hut in Springdale. Members of District Three, A r k a n s a s Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy, will have a luncheon meeting Thursday at 12 noon in the home of Mrs. Bernice Yeater, district president, at Winslow. The district is composed of chapters from Fort Smith, Van Buren, Greenwood. Prairie Grove and Fayetteville. Mrs. T. C. Watkins of El Dorado, divi sion president, will attend. St. Paul's Nursery School will have several openings in MR .AND MRS. CAUDLE .. .at the observance of their Golden Wedding anniversary with their children, back row, left- right, Isaac, John, Hugh, Mrs. Marvin (Winsome )Christensm, Mrs. Jack (Vivian) Winn, Mrs. Donald (Anna) Weddinglon, and Fred; front row, left-right, Mrs. Roland (Donna) Good, Larry, Mrs. Preston (Sue) Uammons, Mr. and Mrs. Caudle, Gerald, Mrs. James (Harriet) Mo steller, and Mrs. Teddy (Christine) Brown Hunt Home Party Scene The home of Dr. and Mrs. fames Hunt was the scene of an "immersion" shower Friday night for Eddie Fedosky, bridegroom-elect of Miss Becky Andrews. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fedosky and Dr. and All's. David Andrews and "swimming families" from the Youth Center were guests. After dinner was served, gifts were presented to the honored Party Notes Date Relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Caudle of West Fork traveled from ten states to observe Sheir fiftieth wedding anniversary on the weekend of April 20. On Saturday, the family gathered for a picnic lunch on the farm near Winslow where Mr. and Mrs. Caudle began their married life. Sunday at noon, members of the family met for luncheon at the Holiday Inn in Fayetteville and in the afternoon a host of their friends visited them in the West Fork School Cafeteria. The couple and their 13 children received guesls at the door. The refreshment table was decorated with gold flowers and centered with a tlircc-liercd wedding cake, topped by bride and groom in their golden years. Cake, punch and coffee were served. Special guests were Mrs William Howell. Mrs. li. S.llale and Mrs. John Smith, Mrs. Candle's sister, and Mrs. George Goff, her sister-in-law. and his sisters. Mrs. R o b e r t Doyle. Mrs. W. B. Slonesifcr and Mrs. Fount Caudle. A Lovelier You Rainy days call for umbrcl las, boots a ml protective coals Unfortunately, m a n y women who go shopping for bad wen ther gear do not realize the difference between a weather coat and an all-weather coat. We a Iher coa t s are m a tic to handle downpours. They a r e usually made of rubberiwx cotton or black poplin and the o ft en wr«i p a rou n d the body covering it from the neck to tbe lop of the boots at mid-calf Snme short, button-down wea ther coats are designed to tflj pant outfits. Fashionable all-weather coat are featured this spring in pas tel and neutral shades of poplin or canvas fabrics. Some style. boast wide sleeves, yokes «irn full skirts; others display tti popular sbirlcoat or trend designs. Capes and ponchos ar making a comeback too. Miss Dodson, Hostesses Are Party Honorees dreti next fall. Interested parents who wish to learn more about St. Paul's Nursery School and the enrollment procedures may call 442-8048. Fayetteville Tri Delta Alumnae Chapter will honor . Mrs James McDonald of Rogers a a luncheon at 1 p.m. Saturday May 11, af Fayetteville Country Club. Alumnae may , make reservations with Mrs. Joe Fleming, 442-4686. band-to-be, and included a tool box, garden tools, paint brush, and asbestos mitts. Scott Fedosky assisted his brother by recording gifts. Corsages of potato peelers and screw drivers were presented to the men and the couple received the potted plant in a hanging basket that centered the table to be used at their new home. The wedding will be an event of the first day of June. luiiiiniiiBBiiiraiiiiiiininiiiiiiimiEKiiiiiaiiiiiniiiiii'siiimiimiifi Daily Calendar of Events Tonight AAUW, Mrs. L. M. McGoodwin, 6 p.m. Worthy Grand Matron and Patron Visit to OES, Masonic Temple, 6 p.m. Northside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Wyman Club Pie Supper Draws Crowd Instead of the regular first Saturday night politick supper, a pie supper was held at Wyman Community Club with proceeds going for the upkeep of the building. Hostesses Saturday night were Sandy Wyett and Peggy Clark and entertainment was by the Blue Grass Band am! the Frankie Kelly band. A large crowd attended. Hostesses for the J u n e meeting will be Gayle Cook and Ruth Gregg. uiniiiiint KorthtatBt Arkansas Sinwa \rnia or MEN Tuesday, May 7, 1974 · 3 NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS IN THE TIMES Miss Lee Ann Dodson. bride- ·lect of Joey Starr, and the bos- esses who have complimented icr with parties during the past vecks. were honored Saturday vith an informal luncheon in he Terrace Room at the Holiday Inn given by Mrs. Bill Mur- ihy, Mrs. R. T. Edwards, Mrs. Tom Phillips, Mrs- M n r c u s Valtlen. Mrs. Doug Douglas and Mrs. Bill Wea ther ford. Italian garden baskets filled vith lemon leaves and orange ilossoms and accented with resh lemons and limes carried out the chosen colors of the bride-elect. The handle of each ;askct was tied with yellow and white checked gingham bows. Beside each place card of the mnorod hostesses were minia- Jire baskets in various pastel colors filled with titiy arrangements of fresh summer'flowers :rlmmed with ribbons and gold wedding bands, tokens of appreciation from Miss Dodson, Mrs. Dwight Dodson, her mother, and Mrs. Joe Free Starr, mother of the prospective bridegroom. Special guests for the event were grandmothers of the engiigcd couple, Mrs. Nona Allen. Mrs. Fred Starr and Mrs. Arthur Gabriel, Miss H e l e n Mitchell. Miss Dodson's great aunt, and her sister. Miss Dana Dodson, who will serve as maid of honor at the wedding. The hostess gift was an imported brass flower bowl. Hostesses for the parties present included Mrs. Elj Brooks. Mrs. Morrtss H e n r y Mrs. Wells Bone, Mrs. C a r i e Buckley, Mrs. Jacob Agec, Mrs Wendall Ward, Mrs. Carl Whil lock. Mrs. John Sugg, Mrs Bass Trumbo, Mrs. Hayrien Me Ilroy Jr., Mrs. Tom Lewis, Mrs Howard Thurlby, Mrs. Hil Simmons. Airs. Lewis Jones Mrs. Bob McKinney. and (he t h r e e grandmothers presen who will entertain with the bridesmaid's luncheon with Mrs. Thelma Dodson, who was unable to attend. Others who h a v e enterlaine for Miss Dodson and wen unable to he present are Mrs Al Eason, Mrs. Jack Wood Mrs. Warren Murry. Mis: )ebbi Lewis, Miss Ann Wood, iliss Patti Ward, Miss Jeanie tone, Mrs. Don Deweese, Mrs. Bruce Deweese, Mrs. D o n yson and Mrs. Tom Coker. 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. Newcomers Club Will Observe 25th Anniversary Newcomers Club will observe ts twenty-fifth anniversary at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the loliday Inn. Mrs. Sam McNair, and Mrs. Jelbert Swartz, two of the organizers, will he special guests, and all newcomers to the Faye t t R v i 1 1 e , Springdale and surrounding area are invited to attend. Organized by members of the Women's Civic Club of Fayetteville as a social and get- acquainted club for newcomers, it has been a popular and worthwhile organization for 25 years and many women have made lasting friendships by attending the monthly meeti n gs- Following luncheon, bridge and other card games will be played. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-w»y radio headquarters b ertctrjole? line. U» 530 N. Collect 443-2 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 442-4246 City Parking Lot In Rear Wednesday eSquoyah Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 7 a.m. Women's Golf Association, Country Club, 9 a.m. Colonial Garden Club, Mrs. Lee Seamster, 9 : 30 a.m. Newcomers Club, Holiday Inn, 11:30 a.m. Exchange Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Lions Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Lemon Salad Bowl This is different from the usual combination. 2 T. grated lemon rind /3 cup lemon juice VA t. salt 1 t. sugar 1 t. curry powder Clove garlic, minced ^3 cup peanut oil Sliced tomatoes, onion rings, sliced cucumbers and green pepper rings. Turn all the ingredients except the vegetables into a jar; coyer tightly; shake vigorously; chill thoroughly; makes 1 cup Just before serving salad, spoon the dressing over alternating layers of vegetables. The amount of dressing needed will depend on the amount of veg- tables used. MOIHEHS The very special way to remember . . COLLIER DRUG STORES TOO W. 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