Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 29, 1974 · Page 9
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May 29, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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Luncheon Entree Warm spicy peaches, filled with your best ham salad, makes * refreshing luncheon lentree. · Place canned cling peach halves cup-side up in a shallow pan. Dust lightly with ground oyes and beat in oven or trailer. Place one peach half on each luncheon plate. Fill center with ham salad. Serve ith chips, warm biscuits and oney. Heath To.Undergo ' LITTLE ROCK (At 1 )' Richard H. Heath, director of the state Finance and Administration Department for almost two years, is expected to start chemotheripy late this week at a Houston, Tex., hospital for what has been diagnosed as a cancer of the sinuses. Heath, 44, underwent exploratory surgery May 20. Test r e p o r t s received Friday revealed cancer, but the growth was still^ localized and had not metastasized. Climb Abandoned , KATMANDU, Nepal (AP) -A group of Spanish mountain climbers has abandoned an attempt to put the first Spaniards on the peak of Mt. Everest, the Nepalese Foreign Ministry said today. The climbers had reached their fifth camp, at 2«,26l feet, last Wednesday and planned to attempt the 29,028-foot summit Friday. The ministry said, however, the expedition quit the fifth camp on Monday afte Nortfiw*«t Arkansas TIMES, Wed., May Vt, 1*74 AHKANSA* [our days of heavy snow and blizzards. The ministry said expedition leader Dr. Juan I. Domingo Uriarte. 31. and Angel A. Val- leo Rosen, K. -- had spent the night of May 13 in the 27,880- foot Camp 6. Their bid to reach the highest point in the world also was turned back by bad weather, the ministry said. Th« TIMES b On Top of Tin MMT» $*v*n Day* a W*aU ·avnrr WATCH i .. SWIfT fTNartk MM***. OPEN DAILY 9-10; CLOSED SUNDAY (TIMESphoto by Hay Gray) OPEN HOUSE HONORS COUPLE .. .Mrs. Fedosky, Mrs. Gyles, Mis* Andrews and Mrs. Andrews, left to right, at the open house Dr. and Mrs. Gyles gave to honor Miss Andrews and her fiance Edirard Wayne Fedosky Gyles Home Party Scene To Honor Engaged Couple Dr. and Mrs. N. R. Gyles entertained with open house last Thursday evening, honoring Miss Becky Andrews and Ed Fedosky, who will be married Saturday, June 1, at University Baptist Church, at their home on Northview. The receiving line was composed of the bride-elect and ' prospective bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. David Andrews and Coach and Mrs. Edward John Fedosky, parents of the couple. The refreshment table was covered with a beige linen cloth embroidered with white daisies holding an arrangement of yellow and blue feathered daisies flanked by white tapers in silver candlesticks. Presiding at the crystal punch bowl:the first hour was. Mrs. Don Wright and Mrs. H. D. McCarty the second hour. Serving petit fours were Mrs. George Templeton Jr. and Mrs. Charles Caviness and further assisting were Mrs Don Shaffer and Mrs. James Hunt. After guests were served, they went to the patio which was lighted with candles. The guest book was place! on a table in the family roor coverd with a beige floor-length linen cloth. Featured on the table was the 00 year-old candle holder vhich came from the farm in amaica where Dr. Gyles was cared and where his mother till lives, the bride and groom liat were useci at the Gyles own wedding: and an open, Bible vilh a daisy on it. In charge Df the guest book were Mrs. L. B. Daniels and Mrs. Loyd Patterson. The hostess gift to the couple was a set of iced tea spoons in their chosen pattern. Corsages and boulonierres of daisies were presented to the honored couple, their parents and members of the house party. Basics For Wardrobe Meet Test For Comfort For ultimate success, a travel ree fabric in a neutral color vardrobe has to meet the lest or small check. Team this with }f attractiveness, suitability and two shirts, a shell and a pull- comfort. Everything you wear over. should look at ease on the scene A colton or blend knit dress and feel easy on you. These w jth j ac t e t in a dark shade are the basics: : GOP Referendum By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A large majority of persons voting in Republican primaries - in Pulaski and Boone counties · believe President Nixon should remain in office rather than · resign or be impeached. " In Pulaski County, the tally - was 646 for staying in office, 180 for resignation and 157 for impeachment. In Bbone County, the vote was 116 for staying in office, 12 for resignation and nine for impeachment. The referendum propositions, which are not binding, were on (he ballot in only the two counties. And drip dry. A pantsuit combo to include a skirt, jacket and shirt in sporty fabric, a light shade. For late day wear, several very simple dresses or jacket costumes - pastel linen, sheer cotton print, a silky neutral, plus companionate pumps or sandals and small purse. A sweater, possibly a warm cardigan. / A coat for all, occasions, rain, shine, day, evening in a strong, striking shade or while. In this category, lightweight wool knits and synthetic gabardines come recommended. Well-fitted leather shoes for walking: casual s h o e s for loafing. A folding hat for protection on hot and damp days. A commodious travel hand- ba ; and a "weightless" tote. Of course you add active sports clothes and a long dress as needed. Scholarships Kelle Wondy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wondy and a senior at Fayettevillc High School, is the recipient of the Kiwanis Oscar Williams Memorial and University of Arkansas scholarships. She plans to study engineering. A delegate to Girl's State, Kelle was a member ol the National Honor Society and Math Ctah. Tech Scholarship Karen K. Barmws, dngkter tf . Mr. aid Mrs. Reward Banes aW a sewer a» FayetteviBe His* Scbeol Is UK reeipieat - d * sek«iarsM» (ram Arlun- '· MS P«ty«eeMe Ccflece. Ske · plan to Biajer hi teterlsle* : Hd film ·raAKtle*. She bss worked wtth Tee* I»v«lfe- ' Brat, played fkrb luukHhal Md a .rttet.*led fa t*e Sd- rttt Senhur. She kas aha !· d**e ywrtk w*rfc at Uaiverstty '' Bultst Ckwrrk atM nhav : Mer wtrk at the FayeUeriB* : Ye*k Cealer. Business Women Name Officers SILO AM SPRINGS -- New officers were installed at the May 17 meeting ot the Siloam Springs Business and Pro- essional Women's .Cluh when ;he group met in the home of Mrs. Maybclle Windsor. The officers installed are Mrs. D. Edna Chamberlain, jresident: Mrs. Mary Belle "lark, vice president. Mrs. Annie Jenkins, second'vice-ore sident; Mrs. Fannie Dougherty recording secretary; Mrs. Ruth Akins, corresponding secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Dorothy eary. Fivs members of the cluh wil go to Little Rock May 31 to attend the Arkansas State Busi ness and Professional Women', convention. They are Mrs Chamberlain. Mrs. Geary. G«T aldine Hamny, Reha Longfei low, and Lillian Sours. Named to a new auditing committee were Jennie Morton Elsie Summer and Reba loot fellow. Handy Help Little girls 1 barrettes can be eatly stored on a piece of ardboard. Cut a strip of card- oard about one lo 114 inches vide and ten or more inches ong; staple the ends to form ring. Barretlcs arc clipped r the cardboard. REPLACE YOUR OLD DISHWASHER · 4 Cycto · Built-in Soft Food Di»poMf · Dual Detergent Dispenser · · 3 Wash Levet* · RinM Aid Dispenser · Sound Insulated $249.00 GOODYEAR WED.,THURS., FRI.,SAT. ONLY 3957 103.50 Double roostertail spouts create a roostertail spray while you ski. Water f unl Charge ill 6.97 1-MAN VINYL BO AT Keg. $.77 Single air chamber with brass fittings. 6 97 4 Days COLEMAN similar 12X9'TENT Sleeps 6 Adults 7X7'TENT 103 50 Reg. 138.00 97 4 Days Cester heigh 7'6"; wall height 5'6". Sewn-in floor. Aluminum exterior frame. Charge it. MAXFir GOLF BALIS 10.97 26" Dozen Wound ball center construction. Baloto* cover. Huge savings! Charge it. KlnTT.ll Discount COUPON Photofinishing LOWEST DISCOUNT PRICES 12 EXPOSURE FOCAL or KOOACOLOR FIIM 1.75 ^^^·^····^····B Film developing only 43 plus for each good print 104 N. At Afnart you Pay only for the Good Prints WESTERN SHUTS Long or short sleeve Perm-Press, loag tail, form fit. Solids and fancies. Asserted styles, colors ond fabrics. Sizes 8-18. Center ht., 6*; wan ht, Vff. Eave square, 42". Sewn-in floor. Screen window. Aluminum frame. LIGHTWEIGHT BACKPACK Our Rep. 32.88 4 D»y» Aluminum frame: urethane- coated nylon pack. 6 outside . Folding shelf. Charge it. While 6 Last. I 12" LANTERN PORTA TOILET Keg,, ^^f ^J f Reg, ^E'* ** 2.83 M 4,17 fK^B _ f 4 Days ^m^f 4 Days m^-l *· ^^^ f^ I Hurricane model uses ker- Folds. 6 disposable bags, osene. Metal with glass. 12/1.17 Bag*, 12 for 97( f MEN'S WORK CLOTHES PANTS SHIRTS Reg. 3.87 2.99 Men's Perm am nt Prest work cfethes in charcoal (trey, oli?rwood green, and mili- s- ··· t\i. Sires S - XL. 4 Days Vinyl stocking wader with adjustable suspenders. Men's S/S (HAMBRAY WORK SHIRTS Reg. 4.47 3.50 50% Polyester, 501 y r Cotton Perm. Press Wash and Wear Sizes S - XL While Qvcmtitie* lei* Men.'* BROADCLOTH SHORTS 2.50 Reg..3.47 Men's Broadcloth Short i in assorted colors. Sizes 28-44. Hwy. 71 B, North at Rolling Hills Drive in Fayelleville, Ark.

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