Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 22, 1974 · Page 3
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May 22, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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2farttra»Bt Arkansas Simr* TTT./ or WOMEN Wednesday, May 22, 1974 · 3 Bridge News FAYETTEVILLE In Sunday afternoon Fayetle- ville Duplicate Bridge Club games at the Legion Hut, Mrs. Norman McCartney and Joe Scott were first place winners. Winning second place were Mr, and Mrs. Roy Barbee, third jlace went to Mrs. Ralph Wil- iarns and Mrs. George Roiler. and fourth to Mrs. J. A. Nyberg and Mrs. James McWhirtcr. Tying for fifth and sixth places were Mrs. Joe Scotl and Dale Pearson wilh Mrs. Joe Rodman and Mrs. J. A. Laner. Dale Pearson and Walter Pupko won first place at Monday night's games. Winning second place were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Barbee. and third place were Mrs. Norman McCartney and Mrs. Joe Rodman. There will not be a game on Sunday. May 26, nor on Monday, May 27. (TIMESphoto By Hay Gray) PARTY HONORS BRIDE-ELECT ... Mrs. Cherry, Mrs. Lubker, Mrs. Fitzlmgh and Miss Lubker, left-right, at a drop-in tea and shower honoring Miss Lubker at the home of Mrs. Homer last Saturday. Shower-Tea Honors Miss Ann Lubker Miss Ann Lubker of Bald Knob, bride-elect of Joe Michael Fit'zliugh, was honored Saturday with a drop-in tea and niscellaneous shower at the lome of Mrs. David llarner, 2'lOfl M a n o r Drive. Other hostesses were Mrs. KernuL Daven:)ort, Mrs. M u r r a y Merry-Ship, Mrs. Adrian Sanger and Mrs. Phillip Smith. Mrs. Harner greeted quests at. the door and introduced them -o Miss Lubkur, her mother, Mrs. Herman Lubker, and tier g r a n d m o t h e r , Mrs. Pearl Cherry, also of Bakl Knob, and ,o Mrs. Vcrnon Fitzhugh of Annual Rodeo Held Last Week At Fairgrounds The seventh annual Rodeo of the Fayetteville Future Farmers of America was held last week at Washington County Fairgrounds with 112 entries. Winners of Friday's events won; Johnny Rhodes of Springdale, Craig Martin and Jackie Mabry of Fayettevillc. bareback bronc riding; Mike McCnl I o n fi h , Springdale. Dave Vaught, Cassville, Mo., and Mike Jones, Fayetteville, pair roping: Lisa Pitts, Fayctlcvillc, Tammie Vaught, Cassville, Mo.. Linda Berry. Huntsvillc. *aiui Brenda Hankins, Elkins, barrel racing; Rancy Hulsc. Randy Keen, Mike Jones. Ricky Boger, Bill Easlcy and Neil Simco, hide race; Pain Boa*. Fayoltc- ville, Lisa Dorsey, Springdalc and Linda Gerry, Iliintsviile, girls .steer riding: Kalhy Stubbleficld, Siloam Springs, and Nancy Thomas Klkins. nolo bending; Kevin Strope, Dave Vaughi. Jackie Mabry, Darrcll Shumate, Bill Kasley and Denny Dcdford, team roping; Jackie Madewcll, Springdalc, Mark Andrews, Lincoln, Joe Lnftin, Springdale and Charlie Allen hull riding; Linda Berry, Flmitsville, Sherry Parker. Wesley and Kathi Moore, of Springdale. barrel ley. Scottie Easley, Tim Garner and Alien Barber, hide race; Pam Harris of Fayettoville ant Debbie Garrctt, Springdale pole bending: Jackie Mabry, Brenda N a n k i n s . Neil Simco. Brian Simco, Jeff Hathorne. Rickj Epperson. Bobby Sanders ant J i m m y H n f f a k e r , (cam ropin Linda Berry of Hnntsville was named all-around cowgirl anc Jackie Mabry of Fayelteville all-around cowboy. !hi Omega Alums lave New Member Chi Omega Alumnae met last eck for a covered dish lunch- ni in the home of Mrs. Vance .der on Beaver Lake. Assist- it hostesses were Mrs. G. W. arrington and Mrs. Joe Mit- icll. Mrs, William Cravens of ogers. the former Miss Caro- ic Davies. was introduced as new member. Activities or Psi Chapter were ild and plans for the coming ?ar were discussed. A Lovelier You Clothes require care just as your skin and your hair. A well groomed wardrobe contribute; to your good looks and poise It stretches your clothing dollars because it wears longer and t h a t means you have lo replace garments less frc cjuenlly. The only garments tha really count are those t h a t are in perfect wearing condition This applies to shoes, handbags ·nrt other accessories too. Keep important mending tool on hand and launder clothes regularly. cxpnrr WATCH SWIFTS ayetteville, mother or the ospective bridegroom. Spring flowers in profusion corated the home and the nterpiece on the serving table is an elaborate arrangement orchids. Serving were Mrs. . J. Bearden, Mrs. J. W. Eoff, rs. Carl Rose. Mrs. J. Ed niitli and Mrs. Ronnie Wood- f f . Mrs. Jim Dnckett and Miss acy Duckelt, sister and niece Miss Lubker, Miss Ziba mith and Miss Ginny Oaines, 1 of Bald Knob assisted with e girts. Others assisting throughout e parly hours were Mrs. ebbie Lackey. Jliss Kathy erry-Ship, Mrs. Ricky Porter d Miss Barbie Smith. Luncheon Honors Bride-To-Be Mrs. Ray Alford and Mrs. Raymond Huff entertained Satu r d a y with a bridesmaid's luncheon in honor of Miss Donna Atkinson, bride-elect of Dennis Grcesou. The ;jxtrty took place in the Alford home. Miss Atkinson chose Ihe occasion to give each of her bridesmaids a girt. Also jtmong the guests were those who will assist at the wedding reception. Centering the luncheon table was a hand painted French porcelain bowl containing porcelain flowers in shades of pink, blue and ye) low, Miss Atkinson's chosen colors. She and her mother, Mrs. L. H. Sellers, received corsages of pink, blue and yellow daisies. 1 n other party areas, a rra ngem ents of pi nk roses were used. The hostess gift was a set of porcelain cook ware and casseroles, In the afternoon, guests made rice bags for the wedding which will take place Thursday. Coleus Adds Color If you have trouble growing plants in your garden because it is in a shady area, try planting cole us. This plant has finely lobed leaves, resembling oak leaves, with slightly ruffled edges. It conies in such colors as flame, gold, jade, pink, red, pastel, scarlet and bronze. IF you have a shady pnrch or patio, you could plant coleus in a tub or window box. Announcing the Opening of LEIGH'S CLINIC for a lovelier you Permanent Hair Removal by Electrolysii (the only medically approved way) Licensed by Ihe State of Arkansas OPENING MAY 24th For Free Consultation Without Obligation Com* By 1765 North College in Burbon Plaza Office Hours: Thursdays -- 9:30 ».m.-7:00 p.m. PHONE 521-3540 Fridays -- 9:30 a.m.-S:30 p.m. Saturday* -- 9:30 a.m^Noon SPRING DRY CLEANERS SPECIAL Self-Service 8 Ib. load for $1.75 Yet, it't that time to put your winter clothes away. Bring them to us to save time and money. Use thii valuable coupon. I Quick Clean Laundry and Dry Cleaners I 419 North College I next door to IGA) I Offer Good Thurs., May 23 , O«M Load Per Customer The TIMES h On Top of The News Seven Days a Weekl Births REGIONAL MKD1CAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Eich an of Fayetteville, a son, May Mr. and Mrs. Tosho Shundo of pringdale, a daughter. May 18 Mr. 'and Mrs. Danny G .cClurc of Lincoln, a daughter [ay 19. Mr. and Mrs. Billy D. Baubus : Springdale, a son, May 19. EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB BAPTIST F O R M Mrs. W. P. McConanghy. president, conducted the mect- ng Friday at the club house 'allowing a school girl's lunch. The following officers were elected to lake office on June 1, Mrs. David Markrid, presi dent; M r s . Dorothy Carllon vice president; Mrs. Don Taylor, secretary and Mrs. W. A. Beverly, treasurer. Plans were made to entertain the Lincoln Club on May 23 It was voted to purchase 50 flags to be placed on the graves of veterans at Baptist Ford Cemetery on Memorial Day yearly 'project. Cards were signed to be sent to ill rncm hers, Mrs. Jay Wyman and Mrs. Victor Kust. A demonstration on antiquing was given by Dolores Stamp of Springdale. The Jnue meeting will observ. the 42nd anniversary of the clul on the 14th at 11:30 a.m. am each member is to bring an article for a "show and tell." Mrs. E. A. Paylon. Reporle TOBY JORGENSEN BALLET -- TAP -- ACROBATICS CHILDREN'S SUMMER COURSE JUNE 3-21 For information write or coll: 402 Arkansas Ave. Fayetteville, Ark. 442-7492 Alumnae Chapter Installs Officers Newly elected officers were nslallcd by Phi Sigma Alpha j Alumnae Chapter last week. | Officers installed at ceremonies held in the home of VI rs. M a r g a r e t I'iirrish arc Mrs. Catherine Aliern, president; Mrs. Irene Davis, vice iresidenl; Mrs. Roberta Fin;her, secretary; Mrs. Eula 1,'oycc. treasurer; Mrs. Gladys "lUinn, program coordinator: and Mrs. Olela Pry, extension sfficer. Following the installation Mrs. Evelyn Albright showed slides of the y*ar'» . Mn. Mabel Beert wai tattta* ted is a new mtmber and the next meeting will be btld hi the Beaver Lake home of Mr*. Noyce. Household Hint When you want to ihrink · piece of material and wt the color, soak it for at Inst an hour in a solution of tour gallons of water and a pint of salt. Then rinse and dry- iiiiiLiiuimiiiiimiiinim Daily Calendar of Events Today Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. AI-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Toor 3-m? ndl« 530 N. Coilef* | for Yavr Prescription Mi4i SeeUi | QUAKER DRUG tt E. Cater - 44MMI at? Parklmt Lat IB laar Thursday Mother's Morning Out, University Baptist Church, 9 »jn, till jn Plat Review Committee, Sity Hall, 9 a.m. Regional Medical Center Auxiliary Luncheon, Holiday Ian, 11 noon Rotary Club, Holiday Inn, 12:05 noon Senior Citizens Bowling, Ozark Bowling Lanes, 1 pjn. Daughters of the American Revolution, Mrs. Richard Grew, 1:30 p.m. Jaycees, Wyatt's, 7 p.m. DAV Chapter 3, VA Hospital, 7:30 p.m. Goshen Eastern Star, Masonic Hall, 7:30 p.m. Pick up savings on the quicker picker uppee Bounty-the fastest absorbing paper towel you can buy. CUT MONO DOTTtD UP* When you buy 2 JUMBO PACKAGES or 2 TWO-ROLL PACKAGES TDK (OurM COCO MIV ON MINTf. MY OKt« IK CMKtlTITB HUM. INM1

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