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6A NoHhwcst Arknnsnj TIMES, Sun., May 1Z, 1974 F A Y C T T E V I L L C . A R K A N S A S Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Hrnmld O a r d - iin- .Ir., of Spriniidah' ;m- nmmi-e (liu ciij;:ificiiH'rit tiE tlicir cliiiielltor. Cindy l.i'f, lo I l f c h n r l A l l d c f s l i n f.t'wis 111. son nf Mr. mill Mrs. llcr- lu'rl Andcrsim Lcuis .Jr., of FayelU'vilH'. The liridc-elpct, a graduate nf Springdale High Sclintil, is a seniiir at the U n i v e r s i t y of A r k a n s a s . She Is a member ol Delta Delia Delia sorority nnrt C h a p t e r G, PEO. Slie expects to teacli at WesUvnotl Klcinen- l a r y Srlinril Iliis f a l l T h e |jnis|H't-live bridiij;r')nni, a f i r m h i a f e nf l-'ayellevillc High f-jchru)!. a t l e u d e i ] the U n i v e r - sity, and is p r e s e n t l y cmiilny- ed at Lewis Ford in Fayetlc- vlIU 1 . He Is the grandson nf Ih'rljert Anrlersnn Lewis, Kay- etleville. and Mrs. Dale Martin, FaycUuville, and t h e great grand-son of Mrs. Bert Lewis of Fayetteville. T h e wedding will lake place July 26 at Hie First Presbyterian Church in Springilalc. This 'n That About Town Dy J I A I I Y ALICE PEARSON Springclale Cliin;i Decorators Club w i l l liave a show and sale of their work at the Northwest Arkansas Plaza n e x t Friday and S a t u r d a y . A wide variety of lianilpiiintetl china w i t h flowers, f r n i l s . birds and |Xrtniits will he on display as well as a f i n e sclcctinn of jewelry. Members have worked hard to make t h i s sale successful and they i n v i t e the public lo come out to see it. Team To Combine Talents Kenneth Ballcnger. baritone, and Itie/. Ballcngcr, p i a n i s t , w i l l be presented in recital by the University of Arkansas Department of Music Ibis afternoon at 3 o'clock at the First United Presbyterian Church. The recital of Professor and Mrs. Ballenger m a r k s the f i r s t lime they, as a husband and w i f e team, have combined their t a l e n t s in oJie musical program in the r'ayettevillo area. The program will include a group of songs by Brahms. Clokey, G e r s h w i n , and a group of w e l l - k n o w n baritone arias from various operas. Mrs. Hallengcr will play piano compositions by C h o p i n and Debussy. Professor Rallengcr. \vlio teaches voice at tlie U n i v e r s i t y and directs the Uarkoltos. developed the Opera Workshop pro| fit-am at the University after l i n i n g the music faculty in 953. lie has accompanied the Jarkettes on two Kuropean ·nrs. a tour to Mexico City, nd for a debut p e r f o r m a n c e t New York City's Town Hall. 'liis coming summer, he will ccompany the e n t e r t a i n m e n t ;roup lo Kurojx.' and to Hey- j a v i k , Iceland, where they will 'Jirlicipale in the festival n a r k i n g (he HIMh anniversary -ear of the discovery of Ice- and. .This past year. Professor Ballcnger expanded his talented " f f o r t s into the field of writing ind composition, collaborating vith the late Bertila Harding and composer Julia Smith ir v r i t i n g the opera, "Daisy, 1 vhich premiered last November )y the Miami Family Opera Mrs. Ballenger has been a eacher-performer in piano for he past 26 years with student? rom preparatory age through college. She limits students to II) each year with advanced stu dents receiving valuable prac i c e teacher-training while eveloping their own class o: students at the same time. On May 24. Mr. and Mrs Ballenger will present the samp ·ecilal at Carizozo, N.M. under he auspices of the Community \ssociation for the Performing Arts. Nona Steele of HunUville, a senior, majoring in elementary education at A r k a n s a s Tech in Russcllvilie, lias been selected queen of the 197'! Arkansas Tech M i l i t a r y Ball sponsored by the ROTC. Sarah Burnsidc of Fayetteville was named by the Woman's Auxiliary lo the A r k a n s a s Medical Society. Woman of t h e Year, at a luncheon held in Little Rock in conjunction with the a n n u a l A r k a n s a s Medical Society and Auxiliary annual conventions. She was chosen for her involvement with the medical a u x i l i a r y and her community activities. She was ins t r u m e n t a l in s t a r t i n g the Developmental Child Care Association, a parent organization of the I n f a n t Development Center and the Adoptive and Foster Parents Organization. She is also acliye in the United Pre.stjyferian Church and has held various offices in the W a s h i n g t o n County Medical A u x i l i a r y . .She is currently the Northwest rice president of the Arkansas Medicnl A u x i l i a r y . Sarah is the w i f e of Dr- Wade Burnside. a Fayetteville p e d i a t r i c i a n , and is the mother of three children, Carol a senior at Fiiyolteville H i g h , and Kirk and Allen, students at Woodland J u n i o r High School. Margaret and Joe Hodman are home a f t e r a trip to Spain w h i c h they took w i t h a group of about 501) people. E d i t h and Fred Stevenson, who spent four months in New Zealand are home a g a i n . Robert Thomas F i n k , son of Dr. and Mrs. William J. Fink of Fayuuevilli 1 , was recently designated the most outstanding f i f t h year engineering student by the president of Rice University. Robert will receive his master's degree in electrical engine-cling t h i s month. L:it ye.n- he was honored by election (o Phi Beta Kappa and Tmi K d ; t Pi. sdiola.stic and engineering society. lie ;HK! his w i f e , L i n d a , and thi'ir son w i l l leave in June for W;is!iingto!i. D.C.. where he will be employed by MPR AssociaU'S. Engineering Consultants. Mnurice ;md l-"p McClelland. Whin and M u r r a y Merry- Siiip. Charles Sc-hartau and Dale Christy have returned from W-hinslon, B.C., w h e r e they attended !he National Chamber of Commerce meeting the f i r s t ol M a y - A highlight of the t r i p v.a.s the opening ceremony at Constitution Hall which they ail enjoyed. They wen: w i t h a group from all over the slule. C o m i n g in next week for a v i s i t \vilh her parents. Maurice and Kp Mc-Clollruid. will he Linda and .foe Rodger.s, vrho h a \ e been living in H n m s v i l l o . Tex. They will spend the summer at Fort Culling, Colo., ami r e t u r n to H u n t s v i l l e in tlie f a l l . OLi-je:- ;!!ie.Ms expected by the McClellands are their son. Jim. j u s w i f e . P a t , and grandson. Jay of Little Rock. Jim w i l l be IK r.v for t h e A l u m n i Board meeting at the University of A r k a n ^ s . .Ar.ri! FOITO-!. is 1:1? new dausrhler, Ixjrn April 3D. to t h e you;!:; H i l l A d . i i r s of P a r a g o u l d . " Willene and Bill Adair, Sr., of F.v. r-ru'V !:Je aj'e l i i e pro.iid g r a n d p a r e n t s . JH !i;v I .,':- D n i k r - r y w i l l g r a d u a t e today f r o m H a r d i n g Colif-.se in Sean y w i t h a B.S. degree in Home Economics and a 15 A. ilepive in e l e m e n t a r y e d u c a t i o n - She has accepted a ( - j . - i ! H : i . i - :;me economics instructor at H u m n o k e High X'ncO. t ! l l ? K i l l . HIT ] : e n i - ; i ; e Mr. a n d .Mrs. John R. Dockery, 3235 Mt. tomiu:-. Ko.it:, F a j e t t c v i l l c . M:;ry E m i l y W . i t t s of Fayetteville? w i l l receive a B.S. dc- CI-C-H :'in';!y iroin M i s s i s s i p p i State College for Women in Coi t i m h i i - i ' . r i - ? . S:ie is O:H- of nine women from Arkansas. amo::? tl.r- ; ! d v ^ ; e e c a n d i d a t e s . Tre IVTCC nJre-iro ;ie sermon w i l l be held at 11 o'clock t h i s jnorn:-i^ . ; · ; ( ; i:;e conferring of degrees will begin at 3 o'clock D^'.vn S-oh-i'.iJii, a f r e s h m a n at Stale College of Arkansas at Con-\;;-. ;\ ·:- reeri'.liv c-ho?cn a a v a r s i t v cheerleader for the c-on-.;!u- yc.ir- .She is a f o r m e r Fayctteville High School cnf-er,(-ri(ic- ,::-u .-cncd as f r c M i m a n cheerleader at SCA this y p i i r . l,-!\iji j; the d a u g h t e r of Louise and Otif Stobaugh of }· a. - iCite\ ilic. Trie A r k " i " f : i ? L'nio:. R;..llroom w i l l t» the scene of fc.stivi- '- !£ ~; ·£· ;·''-' - f ' ' ! v -"n ! ] ; i! ScuiF.re I),incc Festival of the Dudes and J ) o : l s fctiime IXmcc Club acts iirulcrwav at 3 p m on J u n e 8. A work.-Jion ix-c;:iiiin? at 3 p.m. will be followed by a free nu,.c: i n n g i i e - , i b ;,r i( ) m emrc-rs. The evcnin? dance will beein at 8 p.m. Dince in^tr.iciifi:! t t ;:ie w o r k - h o p and the evening dance w i l l he c-aik-u oy W i A r . f B a l d w i n of Spring Tex. " A tiri/a^iar. and " a f t e r party" will end the event. Piani.-.:s w i n n i n g membership to the National Fraternity or Studc-nt M u s i c i s n s , a.xmsored by the N a t i o n a l Guild of Piano Teacher.-., a division of the American College of Musicians were. Anson C l a r k . Dawn Chessor -\lline Ro'e Ful'on Todd P a t r i c k . Carol Vizzier. C a t h y Robinson Robert Lancaster, Danielle Patrick, and Dahlgren Patrick, all s t u d e n t s of Sisu-r Mildred D u n n of Fort Smith. Also participating was Mary Renncr. student of James Tancred. They won National Honor pins and certificates on dktrict and national levels- Adjudicator was Kenneth Osborne of the University of Arkansas .Music Dc-psrtmcm. The f(iifk-ri!i prc-sented a piano r e c i t a l last Sunday afternoon at the home- of Lil and Dr. Jim Patrick. Miss Brown To Marry In June The engagement of Miss Janice Carol Brown ant Michael Wayne Montoya. son o Mrs. Mary E. Jacobs of Las Animas. Colo., and Orlando 0 Montoya of Denver, Colo., is an nounced by her parents. Mrs R u t h M. Bradshaw of AlbiKiuer que, N.M.. and John P. Brown of Fayetteville- Miss Brown is a former resi :ient of Fayetteville and at : e n d e d Fayetteville Higl School. The wedding will be an even of 7 o'clock in the evening on June 21 at Hoffmanlown Baptis Church in Albuquerque afte which the couple will reside in Brownsville, Tex., where til e prospective bridegroom man ages a chain music store. Graham Comments NEW YORK CAP) -- Evange list Billy Graham says the Wa tergate a f f a i r has confronte America with a very seriou s i t u a t i o n in which he believe President Nixon will put the na lion's interests above ev t h i n g else in deciding hi course. "f think he will look at i from the long view, the histon cal view, and rto what he think best lo protect the presidenc and the country. I hope that' going to be his position. Th Nixon I know has a great lov of country, a great dedicatior to it." Plans July Wedding Mrs. Tnoba Ilami, Teheran, Iran, announces the engagement anil forthcoming marriage of her daughter, I'tir- vaneh, lo Gary Lee Hrowii, son of Mr. and Mrs. Koi-rvll H. Brnu'n of Joplin, Mo- Tlie bride-elect graduated from Gainesville H i g h School, Gainesville, Fla., and is a sophomore at the University of Arkansas where she is majoring in Home Economics. The prospective hridpgroom is a g r a d u a t e of Joplin High School, a t t e n d e d (lie U n i v e r - sily and is now employed in Faycltcville. The wedding will l a k e place at 6 p.m., July 5, in (he home ( o f the hride- elecl's brother, Esmail Ilami, 27 N. Hartman Street and friends of the couple are invited to attend the w e d d i n g antl party afterwards. Scholarship Goes To Local Woman M i s s Barbara Brown, daughter of Mrs. Helen Brown and the late Floyd Rrown of Kayetteville, has received a scholarship from the National Association of J u n i o r Auxiliaries. She will use the scholarship in graduate work at the Universly of Arkansas. She received her bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Hawaii in 1971 vhere she g r a d u a t e d magna cum laudc. Currently she is doing intake interviews, psycho- ogical testing and psyclio- herapy at the H u m a n Services Center in Russellville. She was (sponsored by the Russellville Junior Auxiliary. While in college she served i a behavorial modification c o n s u l t a n t , a student representative to the faculty senate, a Teshman counselor, a research assistant and taught an adjustment class. She directed a creativity pro- ram for fourth graders and teacher-training workshop to increase students' self concepts while teaching for a year at Purdue University, Lafayette, Inc. She is a memher of the Association for Women in Psychology. Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi and the American Psychological Association. The Russellville J u n i o r Auxiliary also sponsored the candidacy of UA graduate R i c h a r d Back of McLean, Tex. who w-as also granted a s c h o l a r s h i p for g r a d u a t e work at the UA. He. too. is with the Human Services Center aod was a former letterman on the UA golf team. SEWING CLASSES ENROLL TODAY FABRIC CITY MISS BROWN ... joins scholarship Announcements ni iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiinminiiiiimiii [nun niiiiinii Preceptor Zeta Chapter, Be Sigma Phi, will meet at 1:'. p.m. Thursday in the home Mrs. Madeline Tribble, 25 Manor Drive. Chi Omega Alumnae w meet at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday fi a potluck luncheon at the hon of Mrs. Vance Elder on Beav f.ake. id, lonaa bcene Of vVedding COCOA BEACH, Kla. -- Dr. id Mrs. Wayne H. White of shburn, Va., formerly of Fay- 11 D v i 1 1 e , announce the riage of their daughter, atricia Ruth, to Edwin Jcffery aChance of Cape Canaveral, la., at 4 p.m.. May 1. at the irst United Methodist Church Cocoa Beach. The bride- room is tlie son of Mr. and frs. Kclwin LaChance of Cape anaveral. The ceremony was performed y Hie Rev. James R. Cook, hurch decorations included 'hite tapers, ferns and roses, len Arnold played the organ nd David M. Horn of Cocoa £ach sang a folk .song, accom anying himself on the guitar. The hride, presented ir larriage by her fattier, wore princess-style gown with a ace bodice. She wore a ribbon, rose and baby's breath or hair and carried a cascade f white roses. Her only jewelrj i-as an antique gold brooch. Miss Maryellcn Raimondi of 'ero Beach was maid of honor ind bridesmaids were Miss .ally Koleta and Miss Dori lould of Cocoa Beach. They t-ore long deersssqiie.eifRnmm vore long dersses of green anc vhite gingham trimmed witti yliite and carried white carna- ion nosegays. Meegaii White, he bride's niece, scatterec vhile rose petals before t h e bride as sen entered the church Best man was David Horn ol :ocoa Beach, and groomsmen vere John LaChance of Cape Canaveral and Tom LaChanci if Merritt Island, Fla. A reception followed the cere mony in Fellowship Hall of the :hurch. Mrs. Chris Pautsen o Cocoa Beach, presided at the ride's book and Meegan Whiti and Susie LaChance distribute' rice bags. Mr. and Mrs. LaChance honored their son and hi 'iancee with a rehearsal dinne at their home the evening pre cceding the wedding a n d ·shower for the bride was hcK it the home of Mrs. James Ful on of Cocoa Beach with Mrs Paulsen as co-hostess. Out-of-town guests at th redding included Dr. and Mrs Charles White of Durham. N.C and their children, Meegan an. Stephen; Mr. and Mrs. Ra White and daughter, Gallic o Pine B l u f f ; and the bride's aim Mrs. Lydia Parker and Mis Vada Long of Aurora. The bride's grandprenls ar Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Whit of Nashville, Ark., and the lat Mr. and Mrs. Walter Long o A u r o r a . T h e bridegroom' grandparents, who attended th wedding, are Mr. and Mrs William Chandler of Cap Canaveral. The bride will remain wit] her f a m i l y while her liusban completes basic t r a i n i n g wit (he U.S. A r m y in South Caro lina. She will join him at For Benjamin Harrison, fnc.. wher he will take advanced training. County Bar Elecl-s Waller Niblock of Fayeltevill was recently elected presiricn of the Washington County Ba Association for the 1974-197 year. Other officers electe were F. II. Martin, vice-pros dent, and Ann Henry, secre tary-treasurcr. Also serving o the Executive Committee ai W. W. Bassett and James Cypert. Daily Calendar of Events Today Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1=30 p.m. N'WA Archcological Society, John Brown University Science Building, 2 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA HospHal, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2- Way Radio 520 N. College \ For Your PrMcription NMds SMUl QUAKER DRUG H E. Cntcr - MB-ttW Cily Parking Lot IB Rcmr lonclay Recycling Ccnier, West Street, All Day Every Day Recycling Sub-Stalion for Newspapers, Behind Bulterfield rail School, All Day Every Day Communily Adult Center, Hillcresl Towers, Monday through "ridny, 9 a.m .to 5 p.m. -Mother's Day Out, First Baptist Church, Monday through 'riday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon Welcome Wagon Bowling, Cteark Lanes, 10 a.m. Fayetteville Board of Realtors, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Jack Tidball Post and Auxiliary, ViTW Hatl, 6 p.m. Fayetteville BPW Club, Wyatt's, 6:30 p.m. Evening Lions Club, Wyatt's, 6:30 p.m. Weight Watchers, Easlgate Mall, 7 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7:30 p.m. WEAR AND THE COMFORTIME* BRA FOR HOURS OF COMFORT Loce cups suspended in elastic frame for comfort-fit Sponette* (rubber-nylon) sides, back; nyfcsn- spondex. Machine-wash. 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Arkansa* P1ax» Op»n Daily Til 9 P.M. Closed Sundays If You Enjoyed Bob Ralston You'll Love RALPH WOLF Playing the Magnificent Thomas Organ THURSDAY and FRIDAY, MAY 16 17 THURSDAY FRIDAY 2:00 11:00 A.M. 4:00 2:00 6:00 8:00 A Sabslditn of Ver-Jtc. Inc. Rorthwcsi Mimas Plaza Phone 443-4442

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