Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 20, 1974 · Page 6
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May 20, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Fashion From Kasper Mid-call s k i r t s , slouch j a c k - ets. f u l M m o k f i l coals and lln: chemisicT dress are some of (he features of the Joan Leslie fall collection hy K a spur slniun last neck in \V\v York- The ox;iTii|)le worn hy t h e model sHinve includes a grey wool .skirt, a capu it ml vest and a dust reel shirt. (AP Wircplioto) lota Conclave installs Officers lota Cnncl«ive of Kapp;i Kappa lot a held the f i n a l meet- in" of I lie year lust week the home- of Mrs. Helen Cross- rlt on Viewpoint. After tlic business meeting, the slate convention was re ported on by Dr. Jennie Lou .Milton jimi M r s . Jo Ann Whit latc-h. Both p l a n to attend tlic national convention in M i a m i in June. The following new officers were i n s t a l l e d , ' M r s . Wldtlatch, president; Mrs. Carolyn Thorn, vice president: Mrs. Jo E d d y , s e c r e t a r y ; n i u l Miss M a x i n e Chi sin. treasurer. Other meinlxT.s present were Mrs. W i l m a Rnt-key. Mrs. Fn Swill. Mi\s, Gwendolyn Ledhet- ttr Mrs. Barbara Mayo and Mrs. M H V Lou Miller. Auxiliary Plans Picnic L (i ri j e s A u x i l i a r y to the N a t i o n a l Association of Lotto C a r r i e r s mot liist wi't'k ii th li).-.]·]Mlily Room ot the .MelIro 1 ftanl;. Tiir sUiU 1 convention in J u n e \\n$ discussed iinc] pl.ins made for a picnic in J u l y . A f t c ' r the hnsint'ss mecHnsi r e f r e s h m e n t s \veiv served b; Mrs. TCeUy Tru»uv and Mrs R u t h GIVLTII. Tlic noxl m e c t i n \\ ill lit 1 thi 1 si-cniKl Tw.sday i June. Top Prices Paid For Old Gold and Jewelry. Underwood's Woman's Word By The AssrtetaUnl Press Here arc some cjuotab] quotes from women during th week: "To say our policy is ant labor is the mast preposteroi statement Hint anybody con! mve made ... We arc for h»bo jut even more for the countr. The country's interests com 'irst, and they are above (.he .crests of any one section. Prime Minister I n d i r a Glmi e f e n d i n g her h a n d l i n g of In t J i a ' s railways strike. "That's not streaking; t h a t ndcccnt exposure." Je;m La\ or, m a n a g e r of a Porlsmoutl R . I . , motel, complaining aboi police officers she said r* i n k e d through (he motel's nigl club. Rehearsal Dinner Honors Couple At Country Club Kaycllevillc Country Club was he scent 1 of a candlelight linner Sunday evening honoring Miss Lee Ami Dodson and Joey i t a r r . whose marriage will be in event of t o n i g h t il Central Jnited Methodist Church. Mr. a n d Mrs. J o e F r e d , arr, parents of the prospec- ivc bridegroom, entertained m e m b e r s of the wedding p a r t y , amilies, friends and out-of-town guests. Very .special quests vcrc Dr. and Mrs. Dwight Dad- ion, parents of the bride-elect. Guests were seated at tables adorned with white candela- b r u m holding tapers in pastel shades of b 1 u e, green and ellow. Centering the honored couple's table was a larger candelabrum which held votive candles in pastel colors in c:rys al containers. Yellow and green ribbon streamers marked "Lee Ann and Joey" formed i bow at the base. English ivy, :ern and summer flowers in compliment ing pastel shades encircled the candelabrum, f l a n k e d b y miniature w i c k e r watering can . filled with arrangements of larkspur, sla- :ice and baby's breath. More English ivy was placed the length of the tables, and each guest's place was marked with a ring encircled scroll des cribing wedding traditions anc their meanings, For the occasion Miss Dodson wore a floor-length a z u r e hlut doited swiss gown, Mrs. Dodsot was attired in blue and Mrs Starr's dress was of flora c h i f f o n with matching stole. Guests were M r s . Arthur Gabriel and Mrs. Fred Starr grandmothers of the bride groom-to-be, Airs. Nona Allei and M r s . Thelma Doclson grandmothers of the bride-to-be Miss Helen Mitchell, her grea aunt, members ot the weddinf party. Miss Dana Dodson, who will be maid of honor, and Miss Nancy Lynn Dart son, who wil he a bridesmaid, both sister? of the bride-elect. Miss Patt Ward, bridesmaid and soloist Miss Robin Scharlan. brides maid. Miss Shannon Starr, sis tcr of the prospective bride groom, junior bridesmaid, Miss Kalhy Henry and Miss EVP Agee", flower girls. David Starr brother of the bridegroom to- be, best m a n . Kent Starr, lother brother, Jim Miller ol Mcrry-Shiti, John Cole, ant len Dodson, brother ot the ·ide-elect. who will be grooms and ushers, and Charles odson, a n o t h e r brother, who ill Light tho c a n d l e s ; Dr. and Mrs. Morriss Henry, r. and Mrs, Jacob Agee, Mr nJ Mrs. James Ste-.yart, Miss aren .lohanson. Miss SaDk jrtcr, David Borsmger, ant ousins of the bridegroom to-be leri. Larry and Lori Starr. Out-of-town guests were Mr nrl Mrs. T. Heed Chqstain o ansas City, Mr. and Mrs. Jon arry Starr of Hot Springs iss Susan Burgess, also of Ho wrings. Mr. and Mrs. H a r r j lien of Tulsa, Miss Beth Coul ·r of D n n g o r f i e l d . Tex., an Irs. Edna McCauley of OXla oma City. "He has not always pursued t h a t a m b i t i o n . It came along as his careei- cievcloped. Lots of people have been saying for years and years t h a t he should be president. For me. he is the best political man France has." A n n e - Aymonc G i s c a r d d'Eslaing, whose husband Valery is r u n n i n g for president of France, speaking about his ca- '"We're going ahead as strong as ever. We'll m a k e do -- it \voryt fall through the crack." Anne Armstrong, presidential counselor, speaking about criticism of the Nixon adminis- t r a t i o n ' s failure women. to hire more Pharmacist R u l i n g LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A pharmacist may work at a sec ond p h a r m a c y as long as li puts in 40-hour week at his firs joh. the stale Pharmacy Boar said Saturday. L. D. Horn of Little Rock board secretary, said the rev sion in the board's regulation w a s made because sever a pharmacists who were i charge of one p h a r m a c y , hi who owned an interest in mor than one, had been prevente from working part-time or ac ing as a consultant at the othe pharmacy. The revision must he ap proved by the state Legislativ Council. TOBY JORGENSEN BALLET -- TAP -- ACROBATICS CHILDREN'S SUMMER COURSE JUNE 3-21 For information write or coll: 402 Arkansas Are. Fayerreville, Ark. 442-7492 IIS WEEK ONLY x%r "^ ONE AND FEW-OF-A-KIND ^- ^*^" " FLOOR SAMPLE, DEMONSTRATOR, KV« ,,« TRADE-IN AND DISCONTINUED S8B " k ^ SEWING MACHINES · Portables · Connies · Zig-Zags · Stretch-Stitch Models 1 }95 o $p095 TOUCH SEW SEWING MACHINES · A l l previuuly-osvned trade-in machines -^ have been reconditioned ready-losew · Limited ^ qu;mlilies of many models, not .ill rtkodelsat all stores CLEARANCE! SINGER MONOGRAPHERS VOURCHCNCC .19.95 Choose from two modds;bolh adapt to all Singer* sewing machines, Ixxh with letter placement guide. SINGER Sewing Centers and participating Approved Dealers For store nearest you, see the yeltow pages under SEWING MACHINES. ·A Trick r.*.-l of THf SIN-L.I k C.OVfANY Cftpv.'TSW O I 9 J X lilt SWt R COMPANY. AJI R«rm R«**wj lhro*«ooul In* 1* Northuirst Household Hint To keep nylon and orlon sweaters looking neat and presentable, sandpaper off all f u n Thrift Tip Place a stick of unwrapped gum in vacuum bottles and jugs to prevent them from acquiring a musty odor when hot in use. . 0 Monday, May 20, 1974 Mclnlosh Said To Be Source Of Leaflels L I T T L E ROCK (AP) - Robert Mclntosh. 30. of Little Rock said Saturday t h a t he was responsible for printing and distributing a leaflet showing a caricature of Sen. J. W. Fulbright banding S8.025 to a black man and woman and tben telling them to bring him 20,000 votes. The leaflets. signed by Mclnlosh, began appearing on tho windshields of cars Friday. Mclntosh, who owns a , food catering and janitorial service, said he got mad when he read that the committee to re-elect Fnlbrighl had paid some black community leaders to get out Daily Calendar of Events "oclay Weight Wachlers, Eastgale Mall, 7 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 7:30 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7 : 30 p.m. Masonic Lodge No. 740, Masonic Temple, 7:40 p.m. Emblem Club, Elks Lodge, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-«ray iadl« headquarters t ertdronlcj ttnce 19** 520 N- College 4'I3-2232 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG a E. Center -- 442-42411 City Parking Lot In Re«r Tuesday Weight Walcliers, Eastgate Mall, 9:3 Oa.m. Daughters of Demeler Creative Arts Group, Mrs. M. C Kik, 9:30 a.m. Welcome Wagon Club, Ozarks Electric, 10 a.m. Salvation Army Board, 17 West Rock, 12 noon Civitan Club, Wyall's, 12 noon Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Current Books Group, AAUW, Mrs. K. C. Wray, 12:30 p.m NARFE, Adull Center, 1:30 p.m. Norihside Rotary Club, Wyatl's, 6:15 p.m. Weight Walchers, Easigate Mall, 7 p.m. Boy Seoul Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. Clothesline Fair, Woodland Junior High School, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. University City Chapter No. 495, OES, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Childbirth Education Association, Cit yLibrary, 7:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. janniM^ Onlyt ^J per month Complete 4'month program. ACT NOW! only 1 C\J !20 Re-sign SPECIAL Unlimited visits for the remainder of 1974. Offer available to all former members. Alagic /Mirror figure salons Westgate Shopping Center Hwy. 62 W. A 71 By-Pass t:30 to HO f-m. Hbrnb, *. » to 4 pjt. M black vole in the May 28 emocratic primary. Mclntosh said he had not Iked with anyone in the umpers 1 campaign before rinting the leaflet. Household Hint To sharpen scissors, cut trough the fine sandpaper everal times. In 8 Short Men** You Can Bo- corn* A Profntional Beautician, and Enjoy tho Unlimited Opportunities Beauty Culture Offer* Youl PIAN TO INHOU IN ONE OF OUR JUNE OR JUIY CLASSES Beauty Culture a» your career it fa«cinating^work de^d^^aT^y^^aHorot 0 TM, ob- "Artai^S Progressive School of Beauty CuKur«" ] Ruth's Beauty College 1200 North College Ave - Fayetteville, Arkansas Phone 521-3571 Polyester 2 pc. Pant Suit, Short sleeve shirt jacket, Arnel dot shirt collar dickey contrasting ribbed pants. Green/white, Ntivy/white. $27.98. BUDGET FASHIONS STREET FLOOR Country Spring Four Corners -- A group that any junior will love to wear. Five separate pieces that you can mix or match, halter top, slacks, vest, long skirt, shirt jac, brown and white check. Separate pieces from 11.98 to 24.98 JUNIORS SECOND FLOOR

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