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NorAwetl Arkanio. TIMES, Sun,, May 19, 1974 FÂ»YtTTÂ«VILLÂ». *KK*MÂ»*Â» This'n That About Town By MARY ALICE PEARSON Frances Butt, publicity clminnun for the Ladies G o l f Association of Fayetleville Country Club, is announcing the . tournament schedule for the Northwest A r k a n s a s Uidies Golf Association. Dorian Tuck won second place in the f i r s t flight a n d Â· Frances lied for second place in the championship f l i g h t , when they played at Fort Smith last week. Later in the week. Ruth Roller and Frances, who won first place in the cham- 1 pionship flight, played at Chantalier Country Club. Upcoming tournaments are scheduled as follows: Tuesday. May 21. Prairie Creek Country Club at Rogers: June 4, Springdalc Country Club; Jane 12. Fayelteville Country Club; June 27, Little Creek Country Club at Hadcliff; July 9. Greenwood Country Club; July 18. Siloam Springs Club; J u l y 3D. Harrtscrabble Club in Fort Smith; August 28. Cedars Club at Van Buren; September 5. Bella Vista Club; September 18. F i a n n a Hills Club at Fort Smith; September 24 and 25, Hot Springs Club; September 26. Ozark Club; and the f i n a l date of the season is October 1 at Dawn Hills Country Club in Siloam Springs. Sixty teams participated in a "scramble" invitational tournament last Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday at Pleasant Valley Country Club in Little Hock. Fayetteville golfers, 'Â·Â· Jacky Douglas and Bottle Thomas, were "on hand for this and report a fine time. Beads Add To Afro-American Jewelry Creations By JAM NOGGl.K TLMKS S t a f f W r i t e r Colorful beads, intricately designed copper wiix 1 looped within loops, bleached bones, carved pieces of wood, w a t e r melon and cantaloupe seeds and buckeyes all go into the jewelry creations of Mrs. Roberta Morgan, a native A r k a n s a n ancJ long time resident ol Fayctte- ville. Mrs. Morgan started m a k i n g the colorful designed necklaces and earrings, which she labels Afro-American j e w e l r y , about five years ago. "1 was always fascinated with beads and saved them but 1 never never knew w h a t to do with them." stated Mrs. Morgan. That was until she ound herself with a great ilcal )f idle time while her husband, .lobby was working in a training program in l.iUle flock and she started m a k i n g jewelry !or herself. With the beads, copper wire and odds and ends she had on Tanci Mrs. Morgan designed the The 20U) a n n u a l state meeting of the Arkansas S t a t e Medical Assistants was held at Hot Springs on May 3, i and 5. Members from Washington Countv attending' were Mary Lou Smith, Gladys Abercrombie. N o r m a Gabbard, Susie Allen, Pat Stewart, Patsy Harp, Aundra Spears, Lorene Bethel and Alice Bradshaw. More than 100 medical assistants from over the stale were there. Educational programs provided a variety of interesting subjects and a highlight of the meeting was the Saturday night banquet wlm the speaker was Rep. John Paul I l a m - oicrschmidt. Linda Ann Kurst of Fayetteville is among the 350 candidates for the Bachelor of Arts degree at Macalcstcr College at St. Paul. Minn. The Class of 1974 will be honored at t h e college's 85lh commencement ceremonies today. Deborah Tune Christenson, daughter of Billie Sue a n d Jess Time, spent last week with her parents after a visit to Hot Springs with husband, Navy Lt. G'ary Christenson who has teen stationed with the Navy in Albany. Ga. They were in Hot Springs where Gary has 'ijeen offered a position with Reynolds Metal Co. She flew up here and he went to Little Rock for a job interview with Southwestern Bell, on to Chattanooga. Tenn., for an interview with Tennessee Valley Authority and to Ciarksville. Term., where he was a guest of Crane Corp. of Atlanta. We all hone that Gary takes a j o b near home. lie received his engineering degree from the University where he was on the Dean's list and was a membr of many honorary societies. Before going into the Naval Reserve he was with McDonald Aircraft. j e w e l r y D a s h i k i to compliment s . colorful African dresses and shirts, she hac made. The demand for this type of jewelry which could not he found in stores became evident as persons started a s k i n g her where she got the jewelry she wore, so she then started selling it. All of Mrs. Morgan's jewelry, which she makes at home on her living room floor, is original n design hut she will duplicate jcr designs if requested. "It drives me up the wall to duplicate things, but I do when asked to," she slated. While attending Philander Smith College in Little Rock. Mrs. Morgan became interested in bone jewelry worn by a friend of hers from G h a n a . Now she collects hones from chicken wings, pigs feet and roasts then bleaches them and cuts them with a hand saw and incorporates them in the unique necklaces Her jewelry has become very popular with area residents especially high school and college girls. But. Mrs. Morgan Distribution of Washington County Voter Information booklet, compiled and published by the League of Women Voters containing i n f o r m a t i o n concerning the qualifications of all county and state candidates, will begin Monday. Look for them in grocery stores and other public places. This is a part of the voter service of the League and lots of h a r d work has gone into the project so that voters mav be better informed. Arriving today and tomorrow for the M o n d a y evening wedding of Lee Ann Dodson and Joey Starr are lots of out- of-town guests. Among them arc Mr. and Mrs. T. R e i d Chaslam of Kansas City, Mrs. Edna McCautey of Oklahoma City. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Allen and son. Jim Allen, and Pain / a n g of Tulsa, Beth Counter of Dangerficld. Tex., Mr and Mrs. Jon Larry Starr and Susan Burgess of Hot Springs Dr and Mrs Rodney Baker and children of Little Rock Pattv Howe, also of Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Rustcll McCrackcn of Kussellvillc. Thelma Arford of Knid. Okla. and Dr and Mrs. Terrence McGhcc of Lincoln. Neb. with their' new daughter, Meg. Mrs. McGhee is Lee Ann's aunt and is the daughter of Mrs. Thelma Dodson, who will have her first meeting with her new granddaughter. . Virginia and Kugcne Snow have returned from a two week added that older women anc men wear her jewelry and she las even marie a special pair ,f mini-Afro earrings for a five- 'car-old. Making jewelry is only one occupation of Mrs. Morgan who with her husband owns a n d operates Jugs Dairy Maid, on Hunlsvillc Road, where her jewelry is displayed, and has ;wo sons, Bobby 13, and Kinny 10. Mrs. Morgan 'said that the need for this type of colorful, bold designed jewelry with big looped earrings developed with the popularity of Afro styled hair cuts and native styled clothing. "This is the type of jewelry that goes with the Afro hair style and clothes the best," she claimed. But the popularity of her jewelry which is "a little more colorful and not as plain as yoi find in most stores" can be effectively coordinated with an.\ hair style and length or clothes style. To Attend Workshop Nina RolloH and Sarah Huckleberry of Fayeltville, Kathlcne Hudson of Springdal* and Paul Ranalli of Tontitown :iave been selected by the directors o f t h e Washington County Soil and WalcrConser- vation District to attend thÂ» l l t h annual Youth Conservation workshop at Stale College or Arkansas June 3-7. They wera selected because of their leadership ability and interest in ecology and the environment. Announcing the Opening of LEIGH'S CLINIC for a lovelier you Permanent Hair Removal by Electrolysis (the only medically approved way) Licensed by the State of Arkansas For Free Consultation Without Obligation Come By 1765 North College in Burbon Plaza Office Hours: Thursdays -- 9:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m. Fridays -- 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Saturdays -- 9:30 a.m.-Noon ELECT BILL MURRAY SHERIFF of Washington County The Sheriff's office will he operated with honest and Integrity, and the accounts of that office will be open to public inspection. There will he no "duplkate receipts for petty cash". There will be no use of public property for private purposes. No prisoner in my custody will be released after having been arrested unless so ordered by the Court. Nor will there be any "disappearances" or property held either in trust for the public or as evidence in prosecutions. Paid for by Citizen; Melvin Palmer, Ch; for Murray C o m m i t f e e nan, Greenland, Ark. ITI.MESphoto bv R a y Gray) MRS. ROBERTA MORGAN .. . surrounded by jewelry she makes on the floor of her living room, and by popular request, sells to her friends and other interested persons. Arts And Crafts Fair Slated For June In New Building The fourth annual Arts and Craft Fair, w i t h exhibitors from five stales already registered, will be held this year on June 21. 22 and 23. A building, now under construction, along side the Ozark Native Craft Association building at Winslow w i l l house the SalT i La'keÂ°C- S Ttm ' rc1 Yello Â«' 5(o "e National Park and visited Marjorie McConnell's art students at Woodland Junior High .School will have a Clothesline Fair from 7 p.m. to 9 p m Tuesday in the school library. ' Prices of the art offered for sale will range from 23 cents up toi M, and the money from purchases will go to the student _ Everybody is invited to attend. ?Â·Â· Springdale Country Club will be the scene of the June 13 ; luncheon meeting or Christian Women's Club when a show- Â· ing of old wedding dresses will highlight the meeting If any ; or you own an old dress and surlcy you saved yours, call Signa i Bodishbaugh, 521-1G79- Dressns that are too fragile to be mod-- eled will be displayed carefully a n d others will be modeled .... by members of the club. E n-^' 1 , 0 , 1 , 1 M c C a n n u i l 1 S've the program, "Love and Marriage *, For All Ages. ' John and Vicki PuriCoy will provide music ~ and a nursery will be provided at Trinity Temple Church *U with Kay Anders in charge. ~ Reservations may be made with Lorene Maguire 4-12-6710 -- or bccky Ginger. 521-8SSO. For nursery sen-ice, call 442-6586' C: , Christian Women's Club is open to all interested women Â»Â·- in the area. E ,- Thc ;J r % a " s as Union Ballroom will IK the place of festivi- "*~ Â£*** t h a n m l n l square dance festival of the Dudes and ;_; Dolls Square Dance Club gets underway at 3 p.m. on June 8 ~; A workshop beginning at 3 p.m- will be followed bv a -- b u f f e t for guests and members. The evening dance begins -- ~.i 8 p.m. Dance instruction at the workshop and the evening event. Displays may be seen inside, as well as outside the building. There will be demonstrations of basket weaving, wood carving, weaving d o l l making, jewelry making and a potter's wheel in operation. fair this year and plans lo use it each year for the Miss Andrews Honored With Bridal Shower fiance will be called by Wayne Galdwin" of Sprin" Festivities will end with a breakfast and after-party. Tex. ~, About 20 years ago. members of Women's Charilv League ~ seeing the need organized an A u x i l i a r y for. what was t h e n ST. W a s h i n g t o n County Hospital, later Washington General IIos- ~ pnal. and now Washington Regional Medical Center, and as "Â·: the hospital has grown, so has the Auxiliary which provides ^ so many services at the hospital. j_ To observe the anniversary of its organization Women's --. Chaniy League members served coffee and cookies all week , *- to more t h a n 250 hospital employ. Alternating in serving !. each day were Vera .Mc.N'air. president of the League. Velma Jones. Grace R a n d a l l . Daisy Stump, Olga Rogers, and Helen ; w i p g a n s . Joan Wilkins, director of volunteer service at the ; _ hospital, also assisted. Monday evening Mrs. Buel. Woods and her daughter. Mrs Gleen Reed of Siloam Springs entertained with a lingerie shower honoring Miss Becky Andrews, who will be married on June 1. Misses Kim a n d Kathy Reed who will be members of the wedding party assisted the hostesses. A lace cloth over yellow covered the refreshment table, arid an arrangement of yellow daisies was used as the centerpiece, carrying out the chosen colors of the brideelect of blue and yellow. Silver candle-sticks! holding yellow tapers flanked the flowers. Mrs. Reed served i yellow bridal punch from a sil-| ver punch bowl and Hiss] Beverly Staggs served coffee! from a silver service. Petit fours topped with yellow flowers were also served. l[ill[!iilll!J!II!!!llllllH;INlll!lilllllliriilBHIIIIII Him Daily Calendar of Events Todav Duplicate Bridge Club. Legion H u t , 1:30 p.m. G/.?,rk Dairy Goat Association, Ozarks Electric, 1:30 p.m Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. AJ-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. Bill Ramsey, Richard Bar)our and Betty Hutchenson will udge displays of rugs, woven ablecloths, bedspreads, place mats, hand-embroidered tea .owol.s, pillow cases, leather work, woodwork, jewelry, pic t u r n frames, hand-paintet china, quilts, crocheted articles, tole paintings, oil paintings, apple dolls, jellies, candies and many other items. All will be for sale during the hours each day from 9 a.m. until sunset. Prizes will be awarded for the most attractive display, best of show and most unique craft. Hostesses will be on hand to guide guests and to assist exhibitors. Ms In Dictionary -- Did you know that "Ms." is now in Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary? "Used instead of Miss or Mrs. (as when the m a r i t a l status of a woman is unknown)" is how the Collegiate treats "Ms." The acceptable pronunciation is listed as "miz." "Icpktuma," "warning track" and "Juke" are new dictionary entries from what field? If you said "sports." go to the head of " go t ekha (he class. "Icekhana" is from a u t o racing: "warning track" from baseball; and "Juke" from football. They're among h u n d r e d s of new sports words now in the dictionary. SEWING CLASSES ENROLL TODAY FABRIC CITY SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio a d quarters rritiFri Â§lnc For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG K E. Center -- Cil.v Parkins Lot In Rear . Monday '; Recycling Center, West Street. All Day Every Day "~ Community Adult Center, Hillcrest Towers, Monday Ihrough Â· Friday, 9 a.m. lo 5 p.m. Â· Mother's Day Oui, First Baptist Church, Monday through ', Friday, 9 a.m. lo 12 noon Welcom eWagon Bowling, Ozark Lanes, 10 a.m. Great Books Group, Mrs. M. C. 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