Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 16, 1974 · Page 8
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May 16, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Sforthtnrat Arkansas W /or OMEN S · Thurtdoy, May 16, 1974 »ii[iiiiwiiui!!!!ti!iiiiB!ii!iii!!!iiiiiii]iiiiTM:i]!ii!i!ii«iiiiiiiiii!Eiis!iiiiiiiii - : : ir: .15' :;; .1::: ,..,,.c. Commencement Weekend Events Are Scheduled Vincent Riplcy of Fayctte- villc. class president, will he ma.sicr o[ ceremonies ;rt Ihc University of Arkansas class of 192! luncheon reunion at 12 noon Friday al the Arkansas Union, according to the schedule of events released by Ihe Arkansas Alumni Association, Al 3 p.m.. Friday a meeting of the board of directors of Ihe Arkansas Alumni Association will be held in Room M-41U, on the fourth floor of the Union when Call Johnson of Hot Springs, national alumni president, will preside. The class of 193-1 will have a receplion and dinner in Ihe private dining room of the Union at B p.m. Friday. Ernie Dcane will serve as master of ceremonies in the absence of Ihc president, Torn l^ovelt. and al 7:30 p.m.. there will be a dinner al Ihe Holiday Inn for Ihe board of directors of Arkansas Alumni Association and invited gucsls. On Saturday, a reception for all reluming alumni will be held at 9:3(1 a.m. al the Arkansas Union; at 10:30 a.m., a hus lour of the campus for visiling _ alumni, parents and other guests will start from the Union's south parking lot. and at 12 noon the anual alumni luncheon will be field in the U n i o n ballroom. Formal recognilion of reunion classes will be made. Commencement is set for 5:30 p.m. Saturday al Razor-back Stadium, or Ihe Fieldhouse in case of Inclemenl weather. Members of the 102-1 class who have made reservations are Elmer J- Anderson of Camden: Mattie L. Barron of Bien- villc, La.. C.D. Christian (it Searcy: John I.. Cotton of Dal las. Tex.: Ruth Dyer Norman of Tulsa, Okla.. Blanche Hanks Ferguson Patterson of Clarks ville; Albert H. Garrison of Alton. HI.: Robert N. Hall of Hilts- boor. Mo.; Nell Hamilton Trotter of Daylona Beach. Fla.; Dr. Guy N. Magncss of University City. Mo.: D- Larkin Fitch of Mcst. Ariz.; C.E. Palmer of McKcesporl. Pa.: Virt- cenl Ripley of Fayellevillr; Garland A. Slubbleficld of Rogers; E.D. White of Union City. Tenn.; George S. Whiltow of Glcndale. Mo.: Vornon Williams of Sun Cily. Am: mid Grover A. /.inn of Kl Dorado. 1934 Class memhers who have ade reser vat ions are Mary June Angus Haley of Tulsa. Okla.: Travis W. Brasfield of I La Grange Park. 111.: R. Owen \ liurlon of Newport: Charles B. dominions of Decalur, Ala.; Krnie Dearie of Fayetteville: A. W. Duskin of Crossett: Margaret Friersun Cherry of Williamsburg, Va.; C. B. Gilliand of Arlington. Va.; Herman H. Hankins of North Little Rock; William M. Hawkins of Kansas Cily. Mo.; Col. Thomas Tex.: Taylor A. Prcwilt Jr.. of .1. Newton of Mineral Wells. McGehee; Mary Louise Reagan of nccatur. Ala.: Orvillc Reid of .-Sheridan: U. M. Hose of Hobhs. N. M.: John M. Smith of West Memphis: Randall W. Steward of North Little Rock: Mr. and Mrs. William Hosforcl of Corpus Christ!. Tex.: Albert M. Kelly of Middlelon. Ohio: Mnj. Gen. Bruce F.. Kendall of Fayctleville: K. H. Leisure of iartlcsville. O k l a . ; Mary .ucillc Lewis Ycie of Fayeltc- ,-ille: R. Olcn Marshall of Little iock: Joseph J. Miller of larnson: Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Morgan of Eureka Springs: T r o y Miillins of Fayclteville: Marian I'immins Kcrr of FJ Dorado: Iharlottc Walls McCrnry of l.onoke: Dorothy Wheeler Duskin of Crossell: and Bernard Whitest/me Jr. of Litlle Hock. AL the Saturday annual Klumni luncheon Carl Johnson preside and winners of the Faculty Achievement Award for 1D74, presented bv the Alumni Association will be announced. Local nlumni am friends interested in the University arc invited to attend Tickets may be purchased a Ihe door. Youngsters Need Jobs Simple chores like helping to clean vegetables, empty wastebaskets, or make beds are gooc for children to learn, ft helps teach them responsibility and to know that care is necessary in any family household. 5111. AND MRS. PEARSON . . .who were recently married at Ihe Church a\ Jesus Christ oj I.atler-Dan Saints In Manti, Utah. The bride is the former Mifs Victoria Kay Browne Miss Browne Wed n Church Rites Dr. and Mrs. A r t h u r D. 1 r o w u c and children of ·"ayetleville recently returned rom Ulah where they attended i family reunion on the occa- iion of the rn! fringe of their iaughlcr. Vicloria Kay, lo Jncoln Chad Pearson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Pearson of rapevine. Tex. Vows were exchanged on April 18 lo the Manti Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Sainls. Following the wedding ccrc- inoriy a luncheon was held ;it .he Holiday inn in Proy-o. Utah for 50 guests, all relatives of the young couple. In the evening a recoplion for family rind friends u - as held at the Women's Cultural Center, which wotsashed ated dancor decorated in two .shades of blue with white recn accents. The bride's empire gowti wa? of white lace embroidered with seed pearls, and tier finger-Up veil was lace-cdgcd. Her at tendanls were dressed in hhie and all carried white roses greeting gui:v":- in Ihe receiving 'ine were Stephen Browne, the bride's bride's broliior parents; tlio parents: the the bride- best man. Sieve Pearson, broth er of the bridegroom; the bridal couple; matron of honor. Supper Honors Couple Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Morris .nd Mrs. Clifton Burdelte cn- crtaincd with a huffel supper Saturday night honoring Miss an ilildbold and her fiance, ?ichard Wheeler, who will he narried this month. The Morris home was the tarty scene. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hildbold, parents of he bride-elect, Mrs. Garland Vheeler, mother of the prospec- ive bridegroom, his brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. lim Bob Wheeler, and Mr. and Mrs. P'reddic Lane of Spring- ield, Mo., Miss Hildbold's bro:her-in-[aw and .sister. The forty guests were seated al individual tables coverec with colorful cloths and centered with large candles urrounded by bridal wreaths. Lovelier You Gold is gaining attention and winning -approval in fashion- jewelry competition this year The look is delicate and ultra feminine, focusing on fine chains of 14-karut gold or golc plate. Chains may he basic patterned, hul the effect is always gentle and usually glittering. Beaded chains have returned and are running a close second lo the gold items Suits and shirt-dresses an being accented with strings o Venetian glass beads or lured pearls. Announc A work day at Son's Chapel Cemetery will be held Saturday. A special meeting for members of .lack Tidball Post. Veterans of Foreign Wars 2722. will be held Monday. May 20, at 7 p.m. at the City Adminis- ralion Building. Officers will jc installed and members are urged lo be present. Mrs. Hazel Deal wilt be hos- ess for the a n n u a l spring uncheon of Ihe Twenlieth Con- ury Club at 12:30 p.m. Friday at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Phil L. Deal. 1 Holly Hill Road in Fayetteville. The anruiEil meeting for elec- :[on of officers of the Ozark Literacy Council will be at 7:30 a.m. Thursday in the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome McRov 613 N. Willow. A boating safety class, sponsored bv the Woodmen of the World Unit )2 will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday at Ozark Electric. R a l p h B u r k e w i l l instruel the class with a slide presenta- lion on boating safety. Topics lo be discussed include .aids to safe boating and rules of Ihe road. Central Methodist Nursery School will have several open ings in classes for three an four-year-olds next fall. Inter ebted parenls who wish to learn more about Ihe program an( enrollment may call 521-2806. A A U W Antiques G r o u p wi meet for luncheon at 12 noo :ements aturday in t h t home of Mrs. His Shellon. 450 Assembly jj rive. , Washington County Medical ssistsnts will have a ham- r urger cookout at 7:30 o'clock j tonight at the h o m e of Dr. Robert L. Chester, Lollar p .ane. Dr. Chester will cook the J amburgers. J h 1, Stretch Chicken _. To slretch chicken for a | alad. add cooked rice along 1 'ith Ihc diced celery and 1 mayonnaise. If you happen lo f ave a small amounl of cooked c reen peas in the refrigerator, r hey may also be added. f iyilir;i;iiiiiii!:|iiiiiniillii!i!lllliiii'" l iiiliiiililliBHHTM*i'' IJ iTM Daily Calend Today Washington County Chapter, Office, 4 p.m. NWA Mental Health Associ 6:30 p.m. American Legion and Auxilia Parenls Without Partners, M Boating Safety Class, Ozark Ozark Camera Club, Spring Baldwin Commandery No. Temple, 7:30 p.m. Ozark Literacy Council, Mr. p.m. Cos hen Masonic Lodge No. 4 SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Agnew Confers Wild Shipping Executive ATHENS, Greece (AP) Former Vice President Spiro T. Agncvv has been seen several .imes wilh Constantine Marga- riles. a lop official of Ihe giant loaimis Latsis oil and shipping , cousin. Spiros Anagnoslo- polous. said Tuesday he had met wilh Agnew and his visit here is "for business purposes. but what, exactly, I don t Aenew's visit has contrasted sharply with his visit here in 1971, when he drew wide attention Agnew has one hotel room this' time. A U.S. Embassy spokesman said Agnew had not contacted (he embassy. He is not our problem- at all, the spokesman ........ " Ozark Electrics ,7 p.m. dale Library. 7:30 p.m. 4, Knights Templar, M2asonis Mr. and Mrs. Jerome McRoy, 7:30 Mrs. Jack Reed, the bride sister; maid of honor. Miss S u '/. a n n o Carroll: and bridesmaids, M i s s Laurie 3rowne. the hride's sister; and Al i s s c? s Karen and Julie 'ear.son, sister of the bride- room. The bride's Heritage Hall sisters, all in blue pinafores, presided at the guest look and gift tables and served refreshments. Ushers were Dale Browne and Larry Pearson, assisted by Kip Browne, Eric and Bart Pearson, all younger brothers of the bride and bridegroom. The young couple's wedding trip was a tour of Ulah afler which they returned to resume studies in special education at Rrigham Young University. The bride has also studied al the University of Arkansas in Fayctleville and the bridegroom has given two years voluntary mission service to the church in Sweden and is a member of the National Guard. Household Hint Cookware [inert with non-slick surfaces should be washed wilh hot. sudsy water after cooking. This helps to preserve the ben ficial properties of the finish and prevent a buildup of a thin layer of grease or food. To love and be loved is to be Ladies' 3 diamond M«n s solitaire ririg. fashion ring, 10*. '..nxturedfinlsl), tffiC. . $139. . YURCHOfOE a Ringing Success ·far 1 ! wtont rmg, MK. Use Our Convenient CHARGE PLAMS-BUDGETACCOUNTS Accept; B*#*Afmrfe»rd»DfAfn C/«6 · · Carte St»nefre»A Gordon? JEWELERS IN FAYETTEVILLE SHOP AT GORDON'S: Northwest Arkansas Plaza 420! Highway 71 North) · Otlwr Stor*i In Little Rock and Pine Bluff · Shop Gordon's Coast to Coast. cJLaautih Evelyn Hills Fayetteville WE'VE MOVED TO EVELYN HILLS For Those Good Values . . . Come See Us Tour 3-w»y radlc headquarters M ·Mctralc* dam IMS 530 N. Cttlegc For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG tt E. Center - M2-424S Clly Parkin; Lot In Rear Friday Children's Art Show, City Library, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. China Painting Display, Northwest Arkansas Plaza, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Twentieth Century Club, Mrs. Hazel Deal, 1 Holly Hill Road, 12:30 p.m. NWA Retired Officers Group, Elks Lodge, 6:M p.m. Trycuts for "Fiddler on the Roof," Arts Center, Springdala, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. pageant U) 0) YOU'LL LOVE THE PASTEL COLOR, GREAT SHAPE AND FIT IN THESE DRESSES AND PANTSU1TS...AND YOU'LL SAVE 3.12, TOO! Washable polyester double- knits in misses' and half-sizes. Get several. Right: 2-piece pleated dress in aqua or pink. 16'/2-24'/2. Left: jacket-style pantsuit. Turquoise, pink melon. 10 Jo 18. 0) Uote WARDS

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