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May 8, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Garden Club Has Luncheon Idea For Freezer ' If you want to cook something n a special casserole for reezing but not tie up the dish n the freezer, try this 'method. Jne the casserole with heavy Demeler Garden Club members met last week tor a pot- uck luncheon at the home of ttrs. J. R. Phillips with Mrs 3. A. Downey serving as co lostoss. Tables were set with inen cloths and miniature flora arrangements. Each member brought 'avorite dish with its recipe olus a small donation Tor money making activity. Recipes will be placed into a bookie for members. The nominating committee announced the following officer for the coming year, Mrs Charles Caviness, president Mrs. Downey, vice president Mrs. Tom Goodwin, secretary Mrs. Justin Morris, treasurer and Mrs. J. L. Lancaster Jr historian. The next meeting will be a 9:30 a.m. coffee on June 6 at the home of Mrs. Paul Boyer. Dr. Al Einert will present a program tn landscaping with emphasis on patios. - · foil and cook th« food In It' Cook quickly, freeze until set. Remove the food En foil from the casserole and wrap. To heat, unwrap and place (he food back in the same casserole. oLaauliK EvMyn Mi In Foyettevilfe WE'VE MOVED TO EVELYN HILLS For Those Good Values . . . Come See Us or MEN Wednesday, May 8, 1974 Mrs. Swartz Honored Mrs. Delherl Su'artz, left, was named First Lady of Fayetteville hy members of the five chapters of Beta Sigma Phi at a Founder's Day Banquet last week. Presenting her a corsage and plaque is Mrs. George Combs, right, retiring president of the City Cnuncil of Beta Sigma Phi. Mrs. Swartz was recognized for her many achievements in the community through the years. (TIMESphoio hy Ken Good) Sorority Installs Officers Members of Xi Alpha Epsilon chapter. Beta Sigma Phi, met last Thursday evening in the home of Mrs. Pam Henderson. Muriel Howard led 21 members in the opening ritual and Mrs. Kelly and Mrs. Nadine were introduced as Leona Miller guests. Mrs. Virginia Slo\ve announced that Mrs. Marsha Kaylor would supervise the birthday party at Sunrise; Manor on May 25 and will be assisted by Mrs. Faye Biriwell, Mrs. Kay Cramer and Mrs. Nancy Wa'ite. Ways and means chairman, Mrs. Joan Ray, presented plans for tbe "Round the Square Flea Market" to be held Saturday, May 11. Individuals or organizations wishing to reserve spaces may call 521-8420. Mrs. Joan Meason, social chairman, announced that the secret sister revealing party will be held May 25 and that a "fifties" party with husbands and guests will follow. M r s . Bidwell, scrapbonk chairman, gave the 1073-7'! scrapbook to Mrs. Howard and Mrs. Meason presented her a jeweled gavel guard. Mrs. Pear] Galloway has been elected president of Fayettville Beta Sigma Phi City Council and Mrs. Jeanninc McMurtrey will assume the position of chapter representative to the council with Mrs. Jean Dye alternate. The program "nature collections" was presented by Mrs. Mary Ellen Carruth and Mrs. Pauline Jones. Mrs. Carruth displayed her collection of seashells and coral jewelry. A lesson on building and caring for terrariums was given by Mrs. Jones. Following the closing ritual tbe 1974-75 officers were ir stalled. Mrs. Jan Zachry wi serve as president, Mrs. Kaylor · as vice president, Mrs. Nancy . Waite as recording secretary, Mrs. Joan Ray as corresponding secretary. Mrs. Kay Cramer as treasurer and Mrs. Mary Patrick as extension officer. Mrs. Sharon llarriman was assisted by Mrs. Henderson in serving ice cream, punch and cake decorated with yellow roses. The next meeting will be held '. May Ifi at the home of Mrs. · Barbara Linebcrger. The pro; gram "collections" will be presented by Mrs. Hendeson and Mrs. Dye. Roundup Tea Is Held Ozarks CowBcllcs of Washington County held their annual spring Roundup Tea Saturday afternoon at the home of Mr. ami Mrs. Ken Block Sr,, near Cave Springs. Greeted by Mrs. Block Eind assistant hostess, Mrs. BUI Farnsworth, guesls were directed into Ihe living room where they received name tags decorated with little boots am Inssoes made by Mrs. Gloria Pcndry of Prairie Grove. A pyramidal bouquet of paste' sprint* flowers centered tho Inblc which was appointed with .silver nml crystal and fhinkcc by pale green tapers. A Swiss made, hand-embroidered cloth covered the table. Tea sand wiches, little cakes shaped int cow bells, nuts and mints were served to the approximately guests who atleiuk'd. Special guests were Mrs Carolyn Vanderpool of Hunts villc, state president, and Mrs Margaret Hammond of Bald win, Kan., mother of Mrs Da Tiny Thomas of P r a i r i Grove. The guest who came the far therest distance was Mrs. Doro hy Tho mas of T u cu m ca r. ,, who is visiting her sister Mrs. Jessie McKhmey i Springdale. Mrs. Thomas toll of the effective CowBelle or ganization in New Mexico whic' sponsors the New Mexico Boy Ranch arid how the organizatioi raised $75,000 for a dining roor. 'or the Ranch. Aid To Diet A London resident h a d weight problem, was a compu sivc enter and weighed 35 pounds; So when her doctor tol her she had to reduce, -she di the only sensible, thing. She ha dental .surgeons clamp her teet together with allowing her ,Vithin four weeks, she lost xnmd.s. steel and glu.r only liquid Births Center Offers Classes The Arts Center of the Ozarhs Springdale is again offering 'orkshops in handcrafts and Cockrill of Fay- experienced art ainting. The craft of Batik is eing offered for the second ear and Mrs. Susan J. Noble if Kansas will be the instructor. "his ancient Eastern craft of ntroducing pictures of patterns ·n fabric with dyes, using wax o limit the area to be dyed, as been revived and simplified by today's technology. Dales are May 20-24. A painting workshop from June 3 to 7 will be taught by Mrs, Sherna etteville, an eacher, whose paintings have van many awards. She will accept beginning students and nore advanced students who vish to try portraiture. Early enrollment for the latter class s necessary in order to secure models. Hours are from 9 a.m. to 4 xm. with a lunch break at noon. However, students who can only come half a day may arrange to come only for an afternoon or morning session. Additional information and application forms may be oh- :ained by writing the workshop chairman, Mrs. Virginia Cammack at the Arts Center in Springdale. She may also be reached by telephone in Fayetteville, 442-8644. after 9 p.m. Students of all ages will be accepted and a fee will be charged. MiiiiiijiiiniiinnniwiiiiiiniraniiiinrainiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiir Personals MiiiiiiiiiiiifliiniiiiiniiiMiiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiinnniiinniiiiniii! Mr. and Mrs. John (Noble) England, their soil and daughter-in-law, Don and Sue England. of Orville, Wash., former residents of Fayetfeville, are visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hester. 742 S. Washington Ave., this week and invite friends to visit them or call them at 4429245. Bridal Shower Compliments Miss Garcia A bridal shower honoring Miss Ruth Garcia of Fayetteville and Honduras was held recently at the Elkins Community Church. Miss Garcia, a student at the University of Arkansas, is the bride-elect of Daniel Castro of Honduras. Special guests were Mrs William Bassett and Mrs. Jim Bassett of Fayetteville. Thirty-two guests presented Miss Garcia girts of money, accompanied by pictures or suggestions of gifts they would have brought if gifts had not been too difficult to take to Honduras when she goes home. The gift table was covered with a cloth printed with spring flowers and held an arrangement of white candles and a tray for gift envelopes and cards. Mrs. Vcrd Shofner assisted in opening gifts. Mrs. Irene Crudy served the cake which was baked and decorated in the bride elect's chosen colors of blue and white Mrs. Clyde Stokenbury served punch from a table covered with a ecru cloth and ctntered wiih a blue bowl holding white spring flowers. Others assisting were Mrs. Sherman Robbins, Mrs. Jack Carter. Mrs. Brad Gorham, and Miss Wilma W. Wendt, Keep your home safe for living! Protect yourself and your family ... Be alert to the dangers that surround you. iiiniiiiinniiiiimuiii nuiiiiiiiiiiiiiniNiiniiniiiimain Announcements fliiiiimiiiiiiiiiiifflffliiiimMinmiBiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Year Round Garden Club will meet at 1 p.m. Thursday in the home of Mrs. T. E. Guhman. Mrs. A. F. Casper will be co- hostess. A workshop on "low bow!" arrangements will be held. Adoptive and Poster Parents Association meet 7:3(1 p.m. Thursday at 612 N. College Place for election of officers and preliminary reports from delegates to the National Foster Parents meeting in Seattle. The public is invited to attend. Petunia Garden Club \v meet at 1:30 p.m. Thursday the home of Mrs. Enid Eason, 505 N. Washington Ave. Wayside Garden Club will meet nt 1:30 p.m. Friday in the home of Mrs. Henry fuck, who will also present the program. We're joining with our fellow HOMES FOB LIVING NETWORK members, serving 6,000 communities in all 50 states, in a campaign to help make your home and our community a safer place to live. From our experiences with homes of all sizes, shapes and descriptions, in every kind of community setting and environment, we have prepared helpful booklets especially for you ... .. . AND THEY'RE FREE FOR THE ASKING! They're available at our office. Stop by, write or call us. We'll be glad to get them to you at no charge. Our business is homes ...helping you sell your home when you're ready to move . . .helping you find the home that fits your family's needs , ;.. and helping you enjoy to the fullest the home that you have. We're here to help. B R Y C E DAY I S C CO. I N C . 1617 North College 521-8660 ca R E A L T O R ' WE CAN HELP YOU BUY, SELL OR TRADE A HOME ANYPLACE IN THE NATION liniilllHIHMIIIIM^^ Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. REGIONAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Rader of Fayetteville, a son. May 3. Mr. and Mrs. C. Lynriell Brown of Springdale, a daughter. May 3. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Kirk of Lincoln, a daughter. May 3. Mr. and iVfrs. Marvin E. Preston of Winslow, a son. May 4. . Mr. and Mrs. George W. Steer Jr. of Springdale, a daughter, May 4. Mr, and Mrs. Jackie Ball of Westville, Okla., a son, May 4. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way mdl« fteartquarters 538 N. College For Your Prescription Needs S«eU* QUAKER DRUG a E. Cnter -- 4«MZ4» City Parkiis L*t b Re*r WATCH I 1 . t , I , 17 ltd* Thursday Mother's Morning Out, University Baptist Church, 9 a.m. til noon Plat Review Committee, City Hall, 9 a.m. AAU WoCnsumer Problem Study Group, Mrs. W. f. Ellis 9:30 a.m. Perennial Garden Club, Mrs. Allen Reynolds, 9:30 a.m. Christian Women's Club, Springdale Country Club, 12 noon United Daughters of the Confederacy, Mrs. Bernice Yeater 12 noon Rolary Club, Holiday Inn, 12:05 noon Senior Citizens Bowling, Ozark Bowling Lanes, 1 p.m. Year Round aGrden Club, Mrs. T. E. Guhman, 1 p.m. Petunia Garden Club, Mrs. Enid Eason, 1:30 p.m. Community Appearance Committee, City Hall, 4 p.m. .Taycees, Wyatt's, 7 p.m. Painting Class, Art Center, 7 p.m. Pollution Control Committee, 7:30 p.m. Adoptive and Foster Parents, College Place, 7:30 p.m. Goshen Eastern Star, Masonic Hall, 7:30 p. m. 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