Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 23, 1974 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 23, 1974
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*** * " TTT /or WOMEN Thursday, May 23, 1974 5 ·upmiiiiiiiiiimiB^ Ready With Poppies Poppies made by patients at the VA Hospital in Fayetteville will go on sale Friday at the hospital and at banks from 4 p.m. until t p.m. Saturday they will be sold throughout the city and rands will co to child welfare and other veteran's programs. Mrs. Virginia Earls la poppy chairman from SheHon Tucker Unit 27, American Legion and Auxiliary. Pictured, left- right, are Mrs. Nora Bee Lin- gelbaeh, poppy director at the VA Hospital, Patti Ann Earls, poppy girl, and Mrs. John- sle Dean, president of the Auxiliary, all displaying poppies. (TIMESpboto by R a y Gray) For Officers Welcome Wagon Are Installed Welcome Wagon Cluh officers were installed by Mrs. Delorcs Cook, who was also hostess at the potluck luncheon Tuesday al Ozark Electric Cooperative Hospitality Room. Past presidents and former .officers present were introduced and hoard members received carnations in colors symbolizing their office. New officers were presented Boy Scouts Hold Court Of Honor Boy Scout Troop 190, meeting at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, held Court of Honor Monday night. The meeting opened with the presentation of the American and troop flags and appropriate bugle calls bj Randy Riley. Jnmes Rohrhach, Scoutmas ler, and Ken Riley, along with Scout Frank Brown acting as master of ceremonies, made the following advancement pre sentations; Scout rank, Chris Friend, Loy Vickers, Jon Har Ian, Jim Slockland. Jace Wat son; Tenderfoot, Tim Timmons first class, Wade Colwell; sta Scout, Randy Riley; life Scout Jeff Dempster. Merit badges were awards to Frank Brown, citizenship in the world, reading; Jeff Demp » t e r . truck transportation sports, communications, per sonal fitness, canoeing, citizen ship in the community, citizen ship in the world, life saving Randy Riley, citizenship in th ration, sports, personal fitness communications, personal ma agL'ment, bugling; Brian Morga environmental science. Specia honors were accorded Davi Miller for his achievements a a Scout leader. olored lighted candles sym- olizing their offices, Mrs. Laue Storh. president, red; Mrs. ecky Chaney, vice president, luc; Mrs. Eleanor Rundell. econd vice president, gold; Irs. Gencvieve Berg, recording ecretary, green; Mrs. Marilyn layton, treasurer, yellow; Mrs. lerrily Cooncy, newsletter, ink; and Mrs. Wilma Coolick, ublicity and historian, mauve. Mrs. Cook thanked retiring fficers and especially Mrs. oyce Claybrook, for her work s president. Club by-laws were ead by Mrs. Katherine Stublefield, and Mrs. Strph conduced the business meting, ^lans for summer events. offee on June 18 at the home if Mrs. Stubbtefield, an evening ce cream social on July 16 at he home of Mrs. Cook, and a party on August 20 at the lome of Mrs. Virginia Hocker were made. Mrs. Mary Bugnitz s sunshine chairman, Mrs. ;ook is card chairman and ·Irs. Jackie Means is social convenor. Reciepes were solicited for a Welcome Wagon cook book to be published in the fall. Twenty-eight members and guests were present. The pur- lose of the club is to make n e w c o m e r s welcome a n d acquainted with the area. Newcomers as well as members are ' n v i t e d to the summer ;atherings. Mrs. Claybrook is to be extra activities chairman and can give information. iMiiiiMiiiiniinmmiiiiiiiMniininiiiiiiMi Bridge News ·iffiMiiiiiiniiiiiinmiiiiiiiiniiiiiitiNiinnniiiiiiniiN ADULT CENTER Ed Maille and Sanford Ber won first and second place honor at the weekly communi aduU center bridge party. Oth winners were Earl Thornto Jessie Dritt, Penny Lyons a Thelma Stanforth. Anyone 50 years of age older is invited to attend t activities of the Communi Adult Center. For further info mation. call 443-3512. Announcements Washington County Retii Teachers Association will me at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Ho pitality Room of the Fir National Bank in Springdale. JforthtWBt Arkansas Sintra Lions Auxiliary Names Officers Evening Ladies Lions Auxi- ary had a potluck supper Monay evening at SWEPCO with 5 members present. The ommittee in charge of foods as composed of Mrs. George ombs. "Mss. Howard Liles, ilrs. C. K. Jones and Mrs. H. Heckel. L i s a Lamkins, ome Economist, SWEPCO .gave monstralion of small applian- es, pointing out uses of the ercolator, blender and electric killet. Recipes for percolator 'assail, skillet cheese bread nd shrimp soup dip were dis- Long, president, ributetl. Mrs. Paul onducted the regular meeting and Mrs. Combs gave devotions. t was voted to have the regular neeling date the fourth Monday night of each month and not meet during the months of Oklahoma Board Is Asked To Intervene LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- The Energy Council of Northwes Arkansas has asked the Okla hotna Department of Pollution Control to intervene in the ap plication for permission to buili coal-fired electric generating plant near Gentry. That application currently i; pending before the Arkansa Public Service Commission. The council already has inter vened to opposed the plant tha Southwestern' Electric Powe Co. and the Arkansas Electri Cooperative Corp. propose t build on Little Flint Creek. Ben Johnson of Fayctlevil.. told the Oklahoma agency tha it should be interested in wha effects sulphur dioxide emi: sions will have since the plai will be located so close to tl une, July and August. Mrs. Combs conducted state boundary. the nstallation of officers who are. j. Long, president; Mrs. (ones, vice president; Mrs. Al 3rown, secretary; Mrs. Liles. reasurcr; Mrs. Heckel, parliamentarian; and Mrs. Carl Holli- das 1 , chaplain, Mrs. Long presented each retiring office and committee chairman a gift of appreciation. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiraKiiiiiiifiiwiiiiiiw 1 Personals Oklahoma a Is what effects th He said should study . .. plant will have on water qualit n the Illinois River and Lak Tenkiller. Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. James Myers of Springdale announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Carolyn, to David Latta, son of Mr. and Mrs. Inland Latta of Morrow. The wedding will take place al 7:30 p.m. on Friday, June 7, at Mt. Pleasant Holiness Church at Morrow and all friends and relatives are invited to attend. Army Engineers Refuse Mulberry Creek Project DALLAS (AP) - The U.S. rmy Corps of Engin«rt outhern division has rejected * roposal to build a flood control am on the Big Mulberry Creek the west central portion of rkansas. The Engineers called the reject economically unjustified nd environmentally undesi- able. Michael Michero, information fficer for the Engineers, said he report by his office would e sent to the Board of Engi- ecrs for Rivers and Harbor* Washington, which will take inal iiclion on the recommen- lation. Michero said the board prob- ibly would go along with the ecommendation by his office. That recommendation h a « drawn praise from several en- groups in Ar- vironmental cansas. GOLD Top Prices Paid For Old Gold and Jewelry. Underwood's 611 W. Dickson, Favetleville Mr and Mrs. Bill Shaffer have returned from Shreveport, La., where they were guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. anci Mrs. Dick Inzer and children for the past two weeks. While there their grandaughter, Sheresa Inzer, was in her first piano recital. Hhonda Shaffer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shaffer of Farmington N.M., was an honor graduate from her high school this year and received a scholarship to Southern New Mexico State College at Las Cruses. QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCE JOAN PERRY DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE for Washington County TREASURER Your vote and support will be sincerely appreciated. Ad paid for by Joan Perry aiiiiriii lianiiiiiDj gnniiiiiiiiMi!!iiBiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiii:iiiiiin!Rii'J«nnii!iiiiiiii«iii uaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu Daily Calendar of Events Today Jaycees, Wyatt's, 7 p.m. DAV Chapter 3, VA Hospital, 7:30 p.m. Goshen Eastern Star, Masonic Hall, 7:30 p.m. LOSE UGLY FAT start losinjt weltf* today or MONEY B,VCK. MONADEX la a tiny tablet th* will help curb your desire [or excels food. K»t less-weijai le.^s. Contains TXI dangerous drugs and will not nuke you nervous. No alienuous fxercne. Chary* your life . . . sort today. MOtUDBX I'osU BOO for « UP day supply and for rwfc* Uie amount Lam ugly (at or your mono 1 will be refunded with no questions asked hv: QUAKER DRUG STORE a E. Center Mail Order* Filled SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio 2-way radio ·adquarters ; For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG R E. Center -- 442-4246 City Parking Lol In Rear Friday Music Listening Group of AAUW, Mrs. Jack Hyland, 1 p.m. See the . . . FAYETTEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL CHORALETTES ······· THIS FRIDAY 6-7-8 PM. THIS SATURDAY 2-3-4 P.M. L^MiH FREE ON THE MALL hwe/t on/a/ laza WIG SALE CLOSE-OUT ON ALL WIGS IN STOCK 14.95 and style Needs no setting-Just brush Hundreds to choose from Frosted Browns Blacks Blondes Reds Grays Tues. Thru Sat. 8-4:30 p.m. Any Cascade Push up Wiglets or Pony Tails-9.95 RUTH'S BEAUTY COLLEGE 1200 North College Ave. . Favetleville, Arkansas 72701 Phone 521-3571 ELECT BILL MURRAY SHERIFF of WASHINGTON COUNTY The office of the Washington County Sheriff is meant lor vigorous law enforcement, not Just occasional headline grabbing and serving civil papers. A deputy will be promptly dispatched to handle any incoming calls, and all reported law violations will be investigated on the day they are reported. . , , , . , . , .,.,,.. Paid for''by' Citizens for Murray CommitU* Melvin Palmer. Chairman Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lackey Invite You To Their BEIM*FRAIM KLIN Save! Everyday Needs At Low, Low Get-Acquainted Prices! So Near .. . . So SALE STARTS THURSDAY, MAY 23 -- 9 a.m. to 9 p.m * FREE GIFTS FOR ALL! * POLYESTER SINGLE and DOUBLE KNITS Fancies and Solid* 58/60" Width NOW ONLY- Per Yard Shop All Our Deportments for GRAND OPENING SPECIALS! COME IN AND GET ACQUAINTED Oak Plaza Shopping Ctr. 1220 North Garland Fayertvvill*

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