Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 9, 1974 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 9, 1974
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Nartfront Arkansas s ffimrB /o TT or WOMEN Thursday, May 9, 1974 ft 3 IIMIIUHIIMRM Engagement Announced The engagement nf Miss Mar; Ann Dunn, University of Arkansas student of Conway, and Karl Richard Jones, is announced by her parents, Mr- and Mrs. Carl H. Dunn. Her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Denver B. Jones of Waldron. The bride-elect is a graduate of Conway High School, attended Ilendrix College and is a senior English major al the University. The prospective bridegroom, a graduate or Wiildron High School, is also ;i student at {he University where he is a senior Chemical Engineering student and a candidate for a B.S. degree in May. The wedding is to he June 8 at the F i r s t United Methodist Church In Conway, Legion, Auxiliary Entertain Members of Shelton-Tucker Post. Unit 27. American Legion and Auxiliary were hosts and hostesses Sunday for the district convention. At the meeting of the Auxiliary, Johnsie Dean, unit president, opened the meeting, colors were advanced by Virginia and Patty Earls, and Jessie Patterson, chaplain, gave the opening prayer. Udell Keil of Lincoln led the iledgo of allegiance and pream- )ie, the National anthem was sung, the welcome was given by Virginia Earls, and the response by Mrs, Brooks of Gentry. Mrs. Frances Rogers of Lincoln, district president, was introduced by Mrs. Dean, -and, n t u r n , introduced guesls, Inez Compton of Little Rock, state secretary; Miss Iva Kuykendahl of Conway. state gift shop chairman; Miss Claudia Kuv- kendahl of Conway, Girl's State chairman; Elza Pierce of Prairie Grove, district secretary; Mabel Maddox of Fayetleville, hospital representative; Opal R o n g h t e n of Bentonville, deputy; and Nora B. Lingolbach of Springdale, Northwest area vice president. Twelve units answered roll call and nine received five-star honor citations from the Department of Arkansas, They were Bentonville, Berryville, Fiiyetleville, Huntsville, ' Lincoln. Prairie Grove, Rogers, Siloam Springs and Sulphur Springs. Inez Compton spoke on membership, Iva Kuykendahl spoke on gift shops and Claudia Kuv- kemlahl on Girl's State. Chai-ol Whorlon w,i- - n . - v - . c i ; a candidate for state president, Nora B. Lingelbach was nominated as a delegate to the National convention and Jessie Patterson was named alternate delegate. Mrs. Lingelbach was elected president of District No. Mrs. Rogers was en- Bridge News ADULT CENTER Oscar White and Ed Maille won first and second place honors at the weekly Community Adult Center bridge party. Betty Weaver. Genevievc Berg. Muriel Kragh and San- tord Berg were other winners. Anyone 50 years or age or older is invited to attend the activities of the center. ·iiiraniiwiiiiciiiiniiiiwiiHiiiiiiiEniiiiiiMiiiiMiiiiMi Announcements iiiraititMTiiiiiiinjiiiiiiiiiiiii St. Paul's Nursery School in Fayetteville will have severa openings in classes for three year-old children next fall Interested parents who wish to learn more about St. Paul's N u r s e r y School a n d t h e enrollment procedures may cal 442-8048. La Leche League will mee at 8 p.m. Monday in the home of Mrs. Hamdy faha, 406 Lake Hoad, Springdale. For in Formation interested persons may call 751-8673. To Marry In June Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Teagne of Klkins announce the engagement and approaching marriage of (heir daughter, Patsy Kim, to Ron- nie Kaar, son nf Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kaar, also of Elkins. The ceremony will he an event of May 31 at Elkins Community Church. Council Household hint When glasses are stacked and stuck together, immerse t h e LHtdlMU poor eeM la IkOl \tlltir 4UU water fa At to* glass. Then gently pull t h « glasses apart. Daily Calendar of Events Tonight 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. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio TOUT 2-wav rmdto headquarters tt etectnMlc* she* If9» 520 N. College 443-2222 For Your Prescription NMOC QUAKER DRUG BE. Center -- 4O-O4I Cttr PtrUat Ut ID Reu Friday Abilities Unlimited, Downtown Motor Lodge, 11:30 a.m. Wayside Garden Club, Mrs. Henry Tuck, 1:30 p.m. "It's Cool in the Furnace," FHS Gymnasium, 7:30 p.m. 1 a lit! (lorsed ns a candidate for the Northwest area vice president. An invitation was extended to all to attend District No. 2 spring convention on May 19 at Jasper. Mrs. Lingelbach served refreshments. Club Honors President Fayetteville Business am : Professional Women's Club held a social meeting Monday night at the Ozark Electric Community Room with guests from surrounding area clubs. A special guest was the stale d ent, Mi ss Floren ce Holt zcl aw of Little Rock. Tables were decorated in tlic club colors of green and yellow with fresh flowers in profusion. The servin glable, covered with an ecru linen cloth, was ceti- · tared with an arrangement of yellow iris and white snowballs. A silver candelabrum holding green lighted tapers WHS placed at one end o fthel table with a Children To Exhibit Art An open house will be held Friday at City Library for the public to view a Children's Art Exhibit. The exhibit will continue through Saturday. May 18, and hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Thursday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday anrl Saturday. Students of Robert Barnes, W e n d y Bernstein, Virginia Cammack and Suzanne Doughty silver coffee service ' at the other. Individual fables had bouquets of iris and snowballs will displiiy their work. At the Friday open guesls house, register for three green placemats. Guests registered at n small table holding an arrangement of mixed spring flowers. After dinner, the group was entertained by the Kappa Pickers, girls of Kappa Kappa G a m m a sorority a t t h e University of Arkansas. Dr. Doris Cook, president of the club, presented Miss Holt/claw a red and black Razorback run in appreciation for the services she performs to each club throughout the year. Miss Holt/claw responded and announced the state convention will be held in Little Rock at the Camelot Inn on May 31, June i-2. The committee in charge was composed of Lorene Raymond. Dr. Cook. Dolly Miller, Ava Gray, Othclia Paul. Carole McLemore. Norma Fay Wilson, ' Mable Johnson. Bertha Sack and Ann Sitton. Guests were Vina Russell, Lelha Brogdon, Miriam Har- rlister, LaDonna Barren, Bonnie Hanks. Melvia Comley, Nora Bee Lingelbach, Fern Hobbs Vonila Wolfe, Tholma Harris Lou Stamper, Jean Washburn and Sue Preece of Springdale Anne Jenkins, Reba Longfellow, Ernestine Barnes. Mary Loi Grain, MayBelle Windsor, Ruth Akin, Reva Brewer and Doris Mitchell of Siloam Springs Ruth Vaughn and Mrs. Scoti of Rogers, Janice Lasaler of Beaver Lake, Nancy Huffman of Florida and Alpha Dowell of Little Rock. sketches to be given as prizes. Cheese Sandwiches 'A Ib. Old English chese '.i Ib. liutter or margarine 1 egg Worclieslershire sauce to taste Grate cheese. Have all ingredients at room temperature and mix with electric beater or by hand until thoroughly blended and smooth. Y o u will use a large loaf of thin sandwich bread and it is easier to work frozen bread. Remove crusts. Spread cheese over three pieces of bread and stack in a three-layer sandwich. Cut in fourths and frost sides will] mixture. Bake until brown, about. 10 minutes, in 100 degree oven. Those may be fro/en before baking. Beta Sigma Phi Makes Plans For Precepior Rifua! Preceptor Zeta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met this week in the home of Mrs. Frank Cumbie wifh ten members present. Officers installed for 1974-75 re Mrs. Cumbie. president; Irs. Bill Mabry. vice president; Mrs. Adele O'Connelt, secretary; and Mrs. Frank Wages, treasurer. Mrs. Cumbie conducted the business meeting and gave a report on the upcoming stale convention to be held in Fay- ctteville in June. Items were collected District V Council of Epsilon Sigma Alpha International met ast Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Bruce Chambers for observance of Founder's Day and installation of new officers. The Council is composed of two Fayetteville chapters, Beta Sigma and Beta Tau. Retiring coordinator, Miss Bobbye West, conducted a short business meeting. A report was given on the progress of the Outstanding Youth Award presented by the Council to an outstanding youth from each of the Junior High Schools. Winners are chosen through competition Bosses' Banquet Held Credit Women of Fayetteville- Internationai held their 28th annual Bosses' Banquet Saturday, May 4. at the Holiday Inn. The theme of the banquet was "Wheels of Progress" based on the international organization's theme for the year. Mrs. Glcndora Sharp presidec and the guest speaker was the Honorable Thomas P. Butt, who spoke on the progress of our country, the crises we have for the Youth Attention Home. Plans were made the next meeting in the mine of Mrs. Wayne Tribble :eptor ritual will be given to seven members. There also be a white elephant utction. Mrs. O'Connell presented the program from the Adept program manual. Refreshments were served by iMrs. Tryon Lewis and Mrs. E\ine Page. a panel of judges and a $25 Savings Bond by and by receive the District V Council and a medal donated by Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shaddox. Miss Jessie Mae Stamps, president of Beta Sigma, and Mrs. Mary Harris, president of Beta Tau. told of plans for the coming year in their chapters. Mrs. Carlos Guisinger Jr., newly elected second vice president of the Arkansas Stale Council, gave a report of the state convention recently held in Hot Springs. In obeservance of the fortv- fifth Sigma and survive. Invocation 6th Annual CHILDREN'S ART EXHIBIT (4 teacher show) Fayetteville Public Library Open House -- Friday, May 10th Exhibit Fri., May 10th--Sat., May 18th (Open during Library hours) (Mon.-Thurs., 9 o.m.-6 p.m. -- Fri. Sat., 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) Students of: Robert Barnes Wendy Bernstein Virginia Cammack Suzanne Doughty Register by number in guest book far 3 sketches to be given away! (Do not have to be present to win.) year since Epsilon Alpha b e g a n an organization, a message was read from Mrs. Fen] Mitchell, Internationa] Council president. Officers installed for the year by Mrs. Guisinger are Mrs. Trilby Maul, district ccordi- nalor; Mrs. R. G. Tanner, vice president; Mrs. Rex Maxey, secretary; Miss Stamps, treasurer: and Miss West, parliamentarian. was given by Mrs. Ann Eng land, accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Eloise Bass. The guests were welcomed by Mrs. Mar jorie Whitchurch and the response was given by Alses Holland. Mrs. Sharp introduced the following special guests: Mrs Wanda Jones, state president from Pine Bluff; Mrs. Barbara Hager, Pine Bluff; and Miss Edna Short; Mrs. Virginia Simpson: Mrs. Dovie Tinsley and Mrs. Claudia Vaughn from Fort Smith. Mrs. Sharp had the m e m b e r s introduce their ;uests. A "Do and Don't" Fashion skit was presented by the members. narrated by Mrs. England, and accompanied by Mrs. Bass. Door prizes were given out by Mrs. Margaret Wills and her committee. Mrs. Margaret Nail was general chairman for thet banquet. Tho next regular meeting of the club will be May 15, 1974 at the Holiday Inn at I a.m. ENTIRE STOCK SPRING COATS OFF Beef And Cheese For a tasty sandwich, combine 14VS: ounce can corned beef spread, I teaspoon each minced onion and prepared mustard. Spread on four slices nf bread. Top with a slice of Swiss and four slices of.bread. Grill in butter. Make Bedspread Tf you have a chenille bedspread for a single bed. it can be turned into a bedspread to double bed by splitting bedspread lengthwise anc sewing in a harmonizing strip of material through the center. Then the edges sides with material to tile center. al match Household Hint Overcrowded closets caiise wear and wrinkles in clothing because clothes must have room to hang freely if they are to hold their shapes, so remove those garments that you a r e no longer wearing. SWIFTS SPECIAL PURCHASE REGULARLY 48.00 to 285.00 Save a big third on a wide variety of styles ond colors In wools, wool blends and some polyesters. Great coats for now or for early Fall. Misses sizes 8 to 18. Use our convenient lay-away plan for your selection. Limited time only. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA Boston Store III Open Daily 10:00 a.m. until 9-00 p.m. PENALJO SUMMER SANDALS Special Purchase Sole on Penal[o Summer Sandals from our regular stock. Choose from Block Patent, Bone, Camel, White, Red, White ond Blue Multi-color and Citrus Multicolor. Sizes 4'A to 10, S, N, and M widths. REG. PRICE 20.00 SALE 14.99 Boston Store III Shop Northwest Arkansas Plaza Daily Till 9:00 PRETTY SLEEPWEAR BY VANITY FAIR BOW BELLE MINIATURE Bow Belle Miniature in onti-cling Antron III nylon tricot is strapped and underscored with ribbon-lined Polka Dot Lace, shaped with a satin streamer that ties in back. Bow trimmed, with lace-edged bodice and hem, and its own lightweight nylon bikini. Comes in Candleglow and Heaven Blue. Mini Gown Long Gown (not shown) 13.00 .15.00 BOW BELLE PAJAMA Bow Belle, the prettiest PJ. of them all- in an anti-clinq Antron III nylon tricot, banded at V-neck and short sleeves with ribbon- lined Polka Dot Lace, yoke-shaped, bow- trimmed, with a Ravissant button front. Lace-edged pu!l-on pants. Pajama 15.00 Matching Scuffs (small, med., large) 6.00 Boston Store III SHOP NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PIAZA ^

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