Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 21, 1974 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 21, 1974
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Northmrst Arkansas or MEN Chapter Announces Committee Leaders Tuesday, May 21, 1974 MR. AND MRS. JAY WILLIAMS . . .following their marriage oi the First Baptist Church on Way 11. Williams-Griffin Vows Exchanged In a ceremony on May 11 at the First Baptist Cliujch, Miss Patsy Griffin, daughter of Sgt. Maj. and Mrs. John G r i f f i n of Faycltcville, became the bride of Jay Williams, son of Mr. arid Mrs. Ray Williams of Mesquite, Tex. The Rev. Paige Patterson performed the rites and tradi- HiniiiiiiniNiiiiiniiiNiiniiiiiiNniniiinniiiiniHinninin Announcements iiHiniiiiiniiiiiiiNinniiiiimiDiiiiiEiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiniuiittw Springdale Ballroom Dance Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the American Legion Hut in Springdale. ional wedding music was pro vided by Mrs. Gladys Sonne man and Miss Margie Neal. Miss Carolyn Griffin was he sister's maid of honor, Mike Ford of Fort Smith wa best man. Miss AngeHa Risne flower girl and usher ivere brothers of the couple James G r i f f i n of Fayetlevill ami Chris Williams of Lawton Okla. A reception followed the cen moiiy in Fellowship Hall, whei Lhc bridegroom's sister, Mi? Julie Williams of Mesquite Tex., registered guests. Serving punch and weddin Daughters of Revolution will the American meet at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in Hie home of Mrs. Rictwrt Greer, 209 E. North Street. The following officers will be installed, Mrs. Al Donaubaucr, r e g e n t : Mrs. Harold Dulitn, first vice regent; and Mrs. Donald McGinnis second vice regent. Household Use a bit of Hint bluing to lint the slarch yon use on dark blue or black materials to keep it from showing white on the cloth. Miss Margarc of West Memphi Cherry of Lawton cake McLemore Mrs. Don Okla., and Mrs. Ernest Lanca ler of Fayetteville For "som tiling old." the cake fashioned around a minialur bride and groom that was use by the bride's g r e a t gram' parents. Out-of-town guests were Mr Jack flogue and Mrs. To Hogan of Okmulgee, Okla., an Miss Debi Lowry of Fort Smit The couple will make the home in Norman. Okla. Th bride is a 1971 graduate of Fa etlcville High School and th bridegroom graduated in 1!) from Lawton, Okla., Hig Sorority Members Progress In Candlelight Rites Seven 'members of Beta igma Phi, a cultural, social nd service sorority, progressed t Preceptor Zeta from Exem[ar chapter, Xi Alpha Epsilon, i a candlelight ceremony hurstlay evening. The setting vas the new home of Mrs. 'ayne Tribble at 2580 Manor )rive. Mrs. Frank Cumbie, Precep- ir president, was officiant, 'regressing to the higher egree were Mrs. Ab Bidwell, trs. Jack Bogan. Mrs. Mary Ellen Carruth, Mrs. Farrell Conner, Mrs. Kenneth Stewart, Irs. James B. Stowe and Mrs. .tanley Saunders. Assisting Mrs. Cumbie Vlrs. Frank Wages, Mrs. Bill Mabry, Mrs. Bernard Contrella, Mrs. Arnold Flottman, Mrs. Vylie Uimb, Mrs. Tyron Lewis, ,Iiss Margaret McNutt, Mrs. Robert O'Connell, Page and Mrs. Mrs. Exine Tribble. In ihsentia, Mrs. Saunders was represented by Mrs. Bil \Iahan. member at large. Immediately following. ne« members were served refresh ments from a table draped in an imported linen cloth edge n lace. Us central adornment vas an arrangement of yellow oses and yellow baby's breath. Quests served themselves petit ours embossed with y e l l o w rosebuds, yellow and green mints and nuts. Mrs. Flottman presided at the silver coffee service and Mrs. Mabry served ruit punch. A while elephant auction r ol lowed. During a brief business iession. . Mrs. Cumbie announced the committees for the new year which begins in June. With the chairman of each committee listed first, they are as follows: social, Mrs. Bogan, Miss McNutt, Mrs. O'Connell, Mrs. Conner and Mrs. Page; program, Mrs. Bidwell, Mrs. Contrella, Mrs. Stowe and Mrs. Mabry; service, Mrs. Flottman, Mrs. Saunders, Mrs. Lewis and ' ' Xi Alpha Epsilon Chapter members of Beta Sigma Phi met last Wednesday evening at :he home of Mrs. Barbara Line- serger for the final meeting of the season. A pledge ritual was held for Mrs. Lineberger who received her pin and a corsage of yellow roses. During the business meeting, members voted to donate all proceeds from the recent downtown Flea Market to the Beta Sigma Phi Living Memorial to be used for the purchase of a thermography machine. Mrs Billie Blatt and Mrs. Florence Stewart received achievemen stars for presenting outstanding cultural programs of the year Perfect attendance stars wen to Mrs. Muriel Howard, Mrs Faye Bidwell, Mrs. Virginia Stowe and Mrs. Jan Zachry. Mrs. Zachry, president, an nounced the following com mittee chairmen to serve nex year, Mrs. Joan Ray, social Mrs. Blatt, telephone; Mrs. Jane Martin, transportation; Mrs. Kay Cramer, ways and means; Mrs. Sharon Harriman and Mrs. Pam Henderson. Sunrise Manor; Mrs. Mary Patrick, service; Mrs. Cathy Hale, scrapbook; Mrs. M a r s h a Kaylor, ritual and membership; Mrs. Joyce Stafford, librarian Mrs. F«y« B(dw«l!, Mrs. Mar- [aret Bogan, Mrs. Mary Ellen Jarruth, Mrs. Florence Stewart, Mrs. Norma Conner and Mrs. Virginia Stowe. Following the ritual, honorees were toasted by members with special verses written for the occasion. Secret sisters were revealed and gifts exchanged. Mrs. Ray and Mrs. Lineberger served cak'e decorated with roses ar«f names of progressing members. Punch and Cchampagm were also served. Household Wrap rubber Hint bands around the ends oi your clothes hangers to prevent the garments from slipping off. and yearbook; Mrs. Nancy Waite, publicity; Mrs. Muriel Howard, parliamentarian; and Mrs. Lineberger, sunshine girl. The cultural program, "per sonal collections," was presented by Mrs. Jean Dye am Mrs. Henderson. Collections of elephants. spoons, pitchers cups and saucers and other items were displayed. An original "Preceptor fly up' ritual was conducted by Mrs. Kaylor and Mrs. Stafford for members joining Preceptoi Zeta Chapter. Receiving certifi cates, yellow roses and bracelets with Preceptor stars were Announcing th* Opening of LEIGH'S CLINIC for « lovelier you Ptrnwiwnt Hair Removal by El»ctro1yiii (Ike only medically approved way) Liceued by the State of Arkansas For Fr*« Consultation Without Obligation Com* By 1765 North Coltog* in Burbon Plaza Offie* Hours: Thursdays -- 9:30 a.m.-7:00 p-m. Fridays -- 9:30 a.m.-S:30 p.m. Saturdays -- 9:30 a.m.-Noon Mrs. Tribble; yearbook, Mrs. Stewart. Mrs. Lamb, Mrs. Mabry and Mrs. Cumbie; ways and means, Mrs. Page, Mrs. Carruth, Mrs. Bogan and Mrs. Wages; publicity, Mrs. Conner Mrs. Carruth and Mrs. Stewart; telephone. Miss McNutt, Mrs. Tribble and Mrs. Contrella. Daily Calendar of Events Today Nnrthside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Weight Watchers, Eastgate Mall, 7 p.m. Boy Scout 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. p.m University 0ty Chapter No. 495, OES, Masonic Temple, 7:30 i, Childbirth Education Association, Cit yLibrary, 7:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. AI-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Picnic Supper Honors Couple To Be Married Mr. and Mrs. Storey fmA Mr. Guorge E. Shelton Vilham A. and Mrs. entertained Saturday evening at the Storey residence on Highway 45 East with a picnic supper honoring Miss Rhea Shelton and Douglas Wilson of Rogers who will be married May 28. The buffet table was covered with a red checked table cloth and held large arrangements of wild field daisies at either end. The table where the honored guests were seated was also covered with a red checked cloth and was decorated with a wicker basket filled with mixed spring flowers. Hurricane lamps lighted the picnic area. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. David Wilson, brother and SMITH'S Communication 2- Way Radio Tour 2-wa? radio t riKtrotfo Ao l» 520 N. ColltR 4U For Your Prescription Needs QUAKER DRUG «*E. Center -UZ-424* Clly P«rki« Lot IB Rear Wednesday Sequoyah Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 7 a.m. Women's Golf Association, Country Club, 9 a.m. Exchange Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Noon Lions Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. At-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. sister-in-law of the prospective bridegroom, Mrs. Monty Henderson of Surnter, S. C.. his sister, and Miss Marcia Shelton of Boulder, Colo., sister of the bride-elect. Other guests were Dr. anc Mrs. Jerry Havens, Mr. anc Mrs. Coy Kaylor, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Claud Prewjtt, Dr. and Mrs. John Slaven, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Albert, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Estes Jr., Mr. and Mrs. D.avid Malone, Mrs. Cheryl Dickson. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Crisp and D. Malcolm McNair. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Huiand Nations of Prairie Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Adams of Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Moore Jr., of Springdale and Dr. Harrison Butler of New Orleans, La. 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