Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 13, 1974 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 13, 1974
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Matron Visits Chapters Louise Henderson, worthy grand matron. Order of Eastern S t a r of Arkansas, made her official visit to University City Youth Award Candidates Told Candidates s t a n d i n g for the Out- Youth Awards Chapter, Win slow, Clyde Prairie Chapter o Grove and presented each year at Ramay and Woodland Junior High Schools have been announced by Miss Bobbye West, coordinator for the awards. Candidates at Ramay are Joe rlolt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe lolt; Mitzi Kuroda, daughter of Or. and Mrs. Paul K. Kuroda; Sally Rader, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Rader; Paul Sonstegaard, son of Dr, and Mrs. Miles H. Sonstegaard; Charles Stutte, son of Dr. anc Mrs. Charles A. Stutte; Beck5 Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Susie Walker and Genie Donovan, left-right, of the C i t y Library staff assist in hang- Hanging Art ing Children's Art at the library which will be on display aU this week. The pub- lic is invited to see the cot- lection in the auditorium. (TIMESphoto hy Ray Gray) 0rtbtt»at Arkansas IB tiJunra -/» TTT /or WOMEN Moneday, May T3, 1974 ·) 5 IIHy'llllHIIIsjIIIIHillllllfflllllMmilllM Officers Elected By Civic Club The annual meeting and election of officers of the Women's Civic Club was held Tuesday morning, May 7, at the Fulbright ' Memorial Roberta Library, morning H e l e n The speaker for the introduced Bocquin, hy Mrs. program chairman, was Don Beebc. director of the New Youth Bridge Incorporated. Beebe explained that the three youth assistance establishments, Boy Land. Indian Trail, and Youth Attention Home have combined to form Youth Bridge, a central organization witb the three branches which offer different kinds of services to meet the differing needs of young people. Some of the services offered by the three divisions are custodial care for homeless children, evaluation of medical, social and psychological needs, family counseling, individual counseling, group therapy, vocational training and placement, Richard Trice. The first item of business was the election o officers. Mrs. Trice, and the secretary, Mrs. Frank Lee wil continue in office for anothe year. The newly elected officers are vice president, Mrs. Henr Hallin; treasurer; Mrs. C. B Wiggans; project chairman M r s . Dick Pratt: socia chairman, Mrs Frank Davis publicity chairman, Mrs. 0. G a m b l e ; ' " mittee, Mrs. nominating com Jack Budd, Mrs nutrition planning. i n cooperation and family menu Youth Bridge works with the University of Arkansas, the public schools of the county, and other civic organizations. It is financed by the United Funds of Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers and Fort Smith; the Rockwin Foundation, some Federal and County funding, and private donations. Its present proposed budget is $130,000. A qucstion-and-answer period Harry McPherson, and Mrs Gamble. Amendments to the Con s t i t u t i o n were passec e s t a b l i s h i n g four regula meetings per year instead o nine, the month agreed upo being March, May, Octobe and December. A motion was passed tc donate $200.00 to Youth Bridge Incorporated. Mrs. Wiggans reported tha 195 members had paid dues fo the 1974-1975 club year. Announcements and talk intermission followed the during which coffee and pastries were served by the socia! committee, Mrs. George Gearhart and Mrs. A. P. Eason. After intermission the busi- BtWfflllllWllllllll Modern Literature Club w meet at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday f luncheon in the home of Mr Belden Wigglesworth. Mr Noland will review "Hour Gold, Hour of Lead,' by An Lindbergh. ness meeting order by the was called to president, Mrs. Chapter BH, PEO, will mei at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, follow by a luncheon, in the home Mrs. F. K. Deaver, Old Wi Road North. Reynolds Home Garden Club Meeting Scene Candidates at Woodland arc ,e Cross, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Cross; Lisa lunt. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. James Hunt; Lynn Jones. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J o n e s ; daughter To Speak Mrs. Leona Troxell, Republican National Committeewoman for Arkansas, and a candidate for Lieutenant Governor, will he guest speaker at the Washington Counts' He- publican Women's Club luncheon on Thursday at the Elks Lodge in Fayetleville. S h e will cover state and national politics and all interested women and men are invited to attend. Reservations may be made by calling 442-8109. Goshen Chapters at the Masonic Temple in Fayetteville on Tues day May 7. A salad, sandwich and cake supper was attended by ap pro.ximately 240 members and guests. The theme for the bar quet was "happiness is,' carried out by Charlie Brow mobiles from the comic strip "Peanuts." Presiding at the meeting were Nola and Earl Kennan, worthy matron and worthy patron of U n i v e r s i t y City Chapter, Pauline and Vincil Bell, worthy matron and patron of Prairie Grove. Ethel and Rudolph Coatcs, worthy matron and patron of Clyde Chapter, and Shirley and Dallas Hale, worthy matron and patron of Goshen. At the meeting in the lodge hall. Glenn Stockburger anc Chrissie Raymondo, past grant natrons, were introduced, ant four past grand patrons. Sam Whillock, Jeff Davis, Fred Lane .nd Bill Rapier, were also introduced. Four other women of the grand family were intro duced. including Theda Ezell o Siloam Springs, grand Esther Six deputy grand lecturers were present, including the deputy o District 6, Yvonne Jackman nd seven grand representa lives, including Jane Roberts o Fayettevilile and Joyce Cun ningharn of Prairie Grove. Eighty past matrons and 2 past patrons were recognized a well as other guests. The subject of the worth grand matron's address wa "little foxes that spoil th vines," noting especially fou c u l p r i t s , selfishness, sel importance, self - pity a n d jealousy. The meeting was followed b a reception in the lounge whcr cake, cookies, punch and coffe were served. Mrs. Bill Thomas; and L v n n Walker, daughter of Mrs. 'Ams Karen of Pastor McCarty. Mrs. H. D. McCarty; Blake Murphy. son of. Mr. and Mi's. Charles B. M u r p h y ; Libby Stuart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Rupler A. Stuart; and Tes Trumbo. son of Mr. and Mrs Don Trumbo Jr. The Outstanding Youth Aware is sponsored by Epsilon Sigma Alpha Women International Two Iocs', chapters present the award annually to a recipien at each Junior High School. Students are judged on leader- h I p ;cneral community appearance, service, church a c t i v i t y , personality, accomplishments, both academic and extra-curricular. They are also required to write an essay and this year t h e subject is 'My Place in my Communitiy. 1 The f i n a l judging is by a pane! of three judges and the awart will be presented at the annua' Awards Day at each school. Riley Is Against Group Endorsements FORT SMITH, Ark. (AP) Lt. Gov. Bob C. Riley, a guber Office Manager Leslie C. Somerville, « natlv* if Rogers, and an eight year e m p l o y e of Southwestern Electric Power Company, hat been named office manager for the Rogers office, according to B. I. Fouke, Fayettevill* Division Manager. natorial candidate, said Salur- day that he had not sought political endorsements from any group. He said it was time for someone to oppose endorsements of political candidates by special groups. "When anyone fives you an endorsement, they expect something in return." Riley said. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiirmMiiwnEiiiiiciiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiN Births Garden Club Workshops Are. Concluded Members of Year 'Round Garden Club met Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. T. E. Gunman. Mrs. N. F. riarmon served as co-hostess, replacing Mrs. A. F. Casper, who was unable to be present. Thirteen members attended. REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. William R. Ha den of Fayetteville, a son, May Mr. and Mrs. Scott U Norton of Kayetleville, a son, May 9. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kennel Sutler of Springdale, a son May 9. The club council dues voted to twenty-five cents and to have a flower school instead of a flower show. Members will also assist with the daffodil show to be held in Fay ettcville in 1975. Mrs. Guhman conducted the last of the workshops on "low bowl" arrangements and great improvement was noted in the work of the members from the first workshop until the last one. The next meeting will be held the first Thursday in June instead of the regular meeting date, the second Thursday, at the Beaver Lake home of Mrs. Walter Jolly. "Back to Nature" will be the meeting theme. Two Birthdays WASHINGTON (AP) - Tw a i r t h d a y s were celebrate aboard Air Force One durin-, :he trip back here from Pres dent Nixon's weekend addres io the University of Oklahoma' 1974 graduates. The President and Mrs. Nix on presented a birthday cake a the celebration early Sunday o the 66lh birthday of Rep. Joh H. Camp, R-Okla.. who with h wife accompanied them on th trip. Also aboard the presidentia jet was Press Secretary Ronal L. Ziegler, who marked his 351 birthday on Sunday. 01 mo* it gives you Something Special Free ...6 times a year! via The Beauty Register, an innovative sampling program created because Germaine Monteil believes you should try their products before you buy them! Shown here, a preview of The Beauty Register offerings for the coming months. Each is a miniature replica of its full-size counterpart. Regime Foaming Face Wash -- Splashes on with or without water; removes all make-up, even mascara! Supplegen Facial Treatment -- The original night cream with stabilized solution collagen. Super-Moist Cream -- a rich moisturizer with emollientvitamins. First Priority -- Beauty Register members' exclusive opportunity to sample o new fragrance before it's introduced. First Priority -- A new makeup base, also will be sampled first by members. Acti-Vita Enriched Moisturizer -- Extra protective treatment for extra-dry skin. Sign The Beauty Register and discover the beauty bounty that Germaine Monteil has in store for you. Boston Store Northwest Arkansas Plaza Mrs. Allen Reynolds was h o s t e s s to members of Perennial Garden Club Thursday morning at her home on Crest Drive. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Joe Bates and Mrs. Clive Centering the (lining table, where refereshments were served, was an arrangement of daisies in shades of pink, blue and yellow. Mrs. J. L. Smith, club president, presided at the copper coffee service. Mrs. Joe Upchurch, program committee member, introduced Mrs. A. F. Casper, guest speaker, who talked on "poisonous plants." listing many familiar shrubs, trees and flowers that are dangerous to handle, and urged extreme car« in working with them. Mrs. Smith conducted the business meeting when t h e resignation of Mrs. Van Howell, a long time member, was accepted with regret. It was voud unanimously to make her an associate member. Dues were accepted by Mrs. Roy Adams, treasurer. Daily Calendar of Events Today Jack Tidball Post and Auxiliary, VFW Hall, 6 p.m. Fayetteville BiPW Club, Wyatt's, 6:30 p.m. Evening Lions Club, Wyatt's, 6:30 p.m. Weight Watchers, Eastgate Mall, 7 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 7:30 p,m. Washington Lodge No. 1 FAM, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. I,a Leche League, Mrs. Hamdy Taha, 8 p.m. For Your Prescription Notds SoaUs QUAKER DRUG V. E. Carter - 44Z-B* Cttr Fnktef LM ta Rear We make house calls Call Gay Johnson for Free Home Estimate. 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F A B R I C C I T Y Tuesday Weight Watchers, Eastgate Mall, 9:39 a.m. Civftan Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Chi Omega Alumnae, Mrs. Vance Elder, 1Z:30 p.m. Modern Literature Club, Mrs. BeMen Wigglesworth, 12:30 p.m. Major Brian Pendteton Chapter, DAC, Mrs. Paul Rhodes, 1 p.m. American Association of Retired Persons, Chapter 731, Hillcrest Towels, 2 p.m. Order of Rambo, Masonic Temple, 5 p.m. NorthsHte Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 1W, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 1 p.m. Weight Watchers, Eastgate Mall, T p.m. Chess Club, ROTC Boflding, 7 p.m. NWA Kennel Ctab, Ozarh Electric Cooperative, 7:39 p.m. Rock Club, City Library, 7:30 p.m. Order of Amaranth, Maeonic Tempi*, T:3B p.m. AfcaMfcs Aanoymoos, Wfegira MemodM Church, I p.m. AMnon, Wiggins MethodM Church, p.m. Your Choice of Savings Any 48" fabric $1.00 Off Per Yard When Lined with Superb Sateen-Our Most Luxurious Perma-Prest® Sateen Lining. Plan now to beat th* summer sun! 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