Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 15, 1974 · Page 7
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 15, 1974
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(TTMESphoto By Ray Gray) HONORED AT LUNCHEON .. .Mrs. Stafford, Mrs. Lindsay and Mrs. McDonald, the honored guest, teated, left-right, nrjj Mrs. Felker, Mrs. Oliver and Mrs. Bates, standing, left-right, who all wear the Golden Circle oj Delta De\ta Delta JforthtnrHt Arkansas ultmrt TTT /or WOMEN · · Wedneoioy, May 15, 1974 ·wniMii HUMI iiiini niiniii DiuiiiiiuiMffiniMiM M : Dinner Observes I Mother's Day '· Attending a dinner at the ^Lawrence Bowman home on 'Highway 16 East, were four {generations of the family, Mrs. ;Mintie Henderson, Mrs. Jewel -iWoIfe, Mrs. Johnnie Bowman · and Sheila Bowman. · Other guesls were Mr. and .Mrs. Tommy Henderson of -.Siloam Springs, Mr. and Mrs. -Wallace Smead of Daisy. Mr. ;and Mrs. William F. Henderson ·and Samantha of Springdale, -Mr. and Mrs. George D. Hen .derson Jr.. George III and Lor '.of Springfield, Mo.. Mr. ant .'Mrs. Dean West and Deana o ;Springdale. Mr. and Mrs. Jern Mlardin and Mr. and Mrs. Law -rence Bowman. Sheila, Shari -and John of Fayetteville. UDC Chapters Meet For Luncheon The May meeting of Mildred Lee Chapter. United Daughters f the Confederacy, was helc ast week at the home of Mrs E. A. Yeater in Winslow with 15 members present. Members 'rom the Fort Smith and Van Buren Chapters joined Fayette ville memtiers for district luncheon meeting with the Van Buren Chapter as hostess. Mrs. T. C. Watkins of E Dorado. Arkansas Division pre s i d e n t , presided. Variou reports f educational and pa triotic activities were given. O sjwcial interest is that of si UDC scholarships awardec three are being used at the Uni versify of Arkansas. It was also reported that me in VA hospitals had been giver Root PTA Names Officers Officers of the Root School 'arent Teachers Association or the 1974-75 school year were amed at the M,ay meeting of he group. Mrs. Pat Tobin was named president. Mrs. A. Wallace Cordes. vice president, Mrs. C. W. Dill, secretary and Mrs. Paul Long was elected reasu/er. Mrs. Eldridge Douglass was amed chairman of the nomi- ating committee, to be assisted by Mrs. Jim Akin and Mrs. Kenneth Cook. Mrs. C. L. Tomkins, sidewalk committee chairman, told the group that the Root School Sidewalks for Safety Fund is ncnv being utilized in a matching program with the city. Sidewalks are under construction from Ranch Drive to Broadview Street and from Root Schoo] to Viewpoint Drive. Sislh grade students presented a musical medicine show, "Those Were The Days.* for members of the PTA. The show was directed by Mrs. Dorothy Joyce. Mrs. JoAnn Woody and Mrs. Pat Waldron, all sixth grade teachers. Circle Degree Awarded Mrs. James T. McDonald of Rogers was honor guest at a luncheon given by the Fayetle- ville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Delta Delta at the Fayetteville Country Club on Saturday, May 11. The event marked the f i f - tieth year for a leader in Tri Delta affairs and was attended by alumnae from Fort Smith, Rogers and Springdale. Following a brief biographical sketch, the Golden Circle degree was conducted by Mrs. Joe Fleming, president of Fayetteville Alumnae Chapter. Mrs. McDonald has served the fraternity in many capacities, including executive secretary of .he national office, collegiate vice president of the fraternity, national president, and in more recent years as editor of the Trident, quarterly publication of Delta Delta Delta. Other wearers of the Golden Circle were seated with Mrs. McDonald at the luncheon. In this group were Mrs. Warren Felker of Rogers, Mrs. E. R. Stafford of Springdale, and Mrs. A. H. Lindsay, Mrs. Joe Bates and Mrs. W. L. Oliver of Fay- elteville. Alumnae attending from Fort Smith included Mrs. Prentiss Rice, Mrs. Joe Jamell and Miss Ruth Armstrong. In addition to Mrs. McDonald and Mrs Felker, Rogers Tri Delta a l u m n a e included Mrs. Lee Moore, Mrs akip Gregory, Mrs. Betty Hynk and Mrs. William Wooda'rd. L u n c h e o n tables were decorated with arrangements of peonies and iris and pansies, the fraternity flower. Mrs. McDonald wore a corsage of pansies and was presented a gift from Fayetteville Alumnae commemorating the occasion. Past Matrons Entertain For Worthy Matron Past Matrons Club. Order of Eastern Star, entertained the worthy grand matron. Louise Henderson, at a luncheon in the Masonic Temple last Friday Thirty-five m e m b e r s were ^resent. The president, Virginia Prickett. introduced the following grand officers, Rosalie Bathal- dcr, associate grand conductress; Opal Gardners, grand marshal: Theda Ezell. grand Esther; Mary Jackman, deputy den Yvonne Jackman, deputy grand lecturer of District fi; Joyce Cunningham, grand representative to Colorado; Jane Roberts, grand representative to Alberta, Canada; and Pauline Bell. Ethel Coats and Ella Blackshire, worthy -matrons. A color scheme of pink and white was carried out in flora] decorations, butterfly place cards and pansy corsages. The worthy matron gave a talk on why she chose her symbols, the cloud, the star and the butterfly. Past matrons introduced themselves and gave the year they served in the east and their special appointments. A musical program was presented by Joyce Cunningham who sang "As We Were." and "The Lord's Prayer,' and Bille Bridge Winners Told Twenty-eight tables were filled at the recent Washington Regional Medical Center benelil bridge party and the Fellowship Hall of United Presbyterian Church. Winners of the continuing bridge tournament were an nounccd by Mrs. Gerald Hud son, newly elected chairman o! the tournament, and are Mrs Sam McNair and Mrs. L. W Sager, first place, Mrs. Genie Donovan and Mrs. George Ray second place, Mr. and Mrs Sabrata Lahiri, third place, am tying for fourth place were Mrs Haxel Rice and Mrs. Helen Miller with Mr. and Mrs- Larry Lutkins. Mrs. Ray was tourna mcnt chairman last year. Proceeds from the continuini tournament and bridge party gi lo the Auxiliary for projects a the Medical Center. iffith who L e e McGaugh, "He Touched song of the matron. and sang a Me," a worthy Zetta duet, chosen grand Door McNair, pri?.es from the Auxiliary Goff Git Births iiiiiMiiiiinififiiiiiiiiiiiijiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifliiiuiBitiiieiiiiiiii; REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Trutt of Fayetteville, a son, May Mr. and Mrs. Larry Garrison of Cave Springs, a son, May 10. Miss Easter To Marry In June Rites Mr. and Mrs. Virgte Easter of Route 1. Lowell, announce the engagement of their daughter, Becky Sue, lo Kcnon Roy Bruce, son of the Rev. and Mrs. S. E. Bruce, Route 6, Fayetteville. The bride-elect will graduate from Rogers High School in May. The prospective bridegroom, a 197i graduate of Fay- eileville High School, is employed in Fayetteville. The wedding will be an event of June 7 at the Christian Assembly of God Church in Lowell. The Rev. Mr. Bruce will perform the ceremony. Shop. Mrs. Grover Thomas an Kita's were awarded, Mrs. Joe Wilkinson received a snecia prize, a handmade picture b Mrs. McNair. and a deck cards went to winners at eac table. Refreshments of punch, coffe and cookies were served gues from a table covered with a decorated with arrangements dark pink peonies. Assisting during the aflernoo were Mrs. Jake Hatfield, Mr Anthony Skoney, Mrs. B Huenefeld, Mrs. Walter Laru Mrs. Lowell Chancy Mrs. Pa Threlkeld. Mrs. Robert Ham: ton, Mrs. C. F. Gorman. Mr T. R. Marshall, Mrs. A r t h i Gabriel. Mrs. Marion Johnso Mrs. C. K. Jones and Mrs. Joa Wilkins. Plans are underway for similar tournament next ye; and persons wishing to ent may call Mrs. Hudson for info mation. Household Hint Dry a round tablecloth Mr. and Mrs. Bruce J. Petersen of Springdale, a son Mav 10. Mr. arid Mrs. Claude F. Weatherford of Prairie Grove, a son, May 1(J. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Savage of Springdale, a daughter, Ma stretching it over a flat surfa of old papers or over an o sheet. Do not fold the clo while you are pressing it h press it from the cente moving toward the circul edges. dent; Mrs, W. A. Guinn by roxy, secretary; Mrs. Basil Iclson, treasurer; and Mrs. Vera Greene, parliamentarian. The program consisted of a plant exchange among the members. The next meeting will D9. » pail luncheon on June 12 with Vlrs. Lee as hostess and Mrs. 3anks as co-hostess. Barden Club Installs New Officers Colonial Garden Club met last edncsday in the home of Mrs. cc Seamsler. 410 Holly with members and two guests, . Sam Schwicger of H u n t s lie and Mrs. Verda Grober Fort Smith, present. During the social period, re rcshments were served in the ning room. A mass arrange ent of daisies in a footed rystal bowl centered the table rs. Fred Hendricks presided ; the coffee service and Mrs chwieger poured f r u i t juice. Mrs. Frank Lee, retiring pro rtent. conducted the in allation service for new offi ers. M r s . Joe Brennan w a i nslalled by proxy as president Irs. W a r r e n Banks, vice prest- ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, m .i nini! i 1111 iiiiiiiiiniiHiiwni iiiiiiiiiiiiiBiiililiiiiiinniH"*'""' 11 mTM '" TM 111 Daily Calendar of Events 'oday Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. AI-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. GOLD Top Prices Paid For Old Gold and Jewelry. Underwood's «n w. DicXson, Fiyetteviite. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way radio headquarters b riectraoln ttace 1939 520 K. Collcse 443-ZI22 For Your Prescription Need* See Us QUAKER DRUG K E. Center -- 44Z424S City Parking Lot In Re»r Thursday Mother's Morning Out, University Baptist Church, » a.m, ml n Children's Art Show, City Library, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Chapter BH, PEO, Mrs. F. K. Deaver, 9 ; 3D a.m. Boston Mountain Chapter of Illinois Club, Wyatt's, 11:30 a.m. Chapter AT, PEO, Mrs. Mearl McKinney, 12 noon Chapter S, PEO, Mrs. Doug Douglas, 12 noon Rotary Club, Holiday Inn, 12:05 noon Senior Citizens Bowling, Ozark Bowling Lanes, 1 p.m. Washington County Chapter, American Red Cross, Chapter Office, 4 p.m. NWA Menial Health Association, Springdale Holiday Inn, 6:30 p.m. American Legion and Auxiliary, Legion Hut, 7 p.m. Parents Without Partners, Mcllroy Bank, 7 p.m. Boating Safety Class, Ozark Electrics ,7 p.m. Ozark Camera Club, Springdale Library, 7:30 p.m. Baldwin Commandery No. 4, Knights Templar, M2asonia Temple, 7:30 p.m. Ozark Literacy Council, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome McRoy, 7:30 p.m. Goshen Masonic Lodge No. 413, Masonic Hall, 8 p.m. imBiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiviiiiiiTim special entertainment and gifts of books magazines, scuffs and other wearing apparel. Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Starr of Springdale. a son. May 12. Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. 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