Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 30, 1974 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 30, 1974
Page 5
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, :: -. r , r ^ - '··:· ' - ··' ; " To Marry In June Miss Hawkins Honored At Bridal Shower Fellowship Hall of Ridgeview Baptist Church was the scene of a bridal shower this week honoring Miss Karen Hawkins, bride-elect of Terry Drake. Hostesses were Mrs. Raymond Logue. Mrs. Robert Phelan and Mrs. Beatrice Belote. The refreshment table was covered with lace over blue and centered with an arrangement of blue and white daisies in an antique urn flanked by while candles encircled with blue and white daisies, carrying out the bride-elect's chosen colors Forty guests were served punch, cookies, mints and nuts. The gift table was also cov ered with white net over blue where Miss Hawkins was as sisted by her sister, Mrs. Shar on Robhins. in opening gifts. Special guests were Mrs. Lois Hawkins and Mrs. Bill Drake mothers of. the couple who re ceiyed corsages of while car nations lied with blue and white ribbon. Among the guests were Mrs. W. D. Drake, grandmothe of the prospective bridegroom his great aunts. Mrs. Ceci Drake and Mrs. Herman Etfgin aunt; Mrs. Raymond Mil chell, and his sister, Mis Angela Drake. Miss Hawkins was recentl. honored wilh a lingerie showe given by Mrs. Barbara Andrew Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. Holland ·of Cave Springs announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daigMer, Janise Elaine, to Roger Dale .Amoiv son ·( Mr. and Mrs. .lames H. Amon of Fort Smith. The bride-elect is a graduate of Beaton vilte High School and b attending the University of Arkansas. The prospective bridegroom, a former student at I he University, is presently employed at Springdale Memorial Hospital. The ceremony will take place In Lakevicw Baptist Church in Cave Springs at 1:30 p.m., Saturday, June 15. All friends and relatives are invited to tend. or MEN Thundery, May 30, 1*74 * 5 Bridge News BRIDGE NEWS ADULT CENTER Ed Mailte and Penny Lyons won first and second place lonors at the weekly Commun ity Adult Center Bridge Party. Other winners were Genevieve Berg. Betty Weaver, Oscar White and Murral Kragh. Fifteen persons participated in the game. Anyone 50 years of age or older is invited to attend th activities of the Adult Center For more information phone 44:1-3512. of Parminfiton. This party look place in the Hospitality Room at SWEPCO. ' A Lovelier You Sunglasses are available in i variety of flattering shapes ant colors, causing some women to concentrate on the frames they are selecting and neglect the choice of lenses. Smart women know that many types of sun glass lenses are available. Good sunglasses will protect the eyes from damaging glare and may cut down on skin lines or wrinkles, often caused bj squinting. Photochromatic lenses now nave been introduced. These lenses adjust atuomatically b changing light and are ideal fo: the porch-to-beach crowd. Stir Cream Gently When you are using conrmer cial sour cream in a sauce o gravy stir gently and as littl as possible. Overstirring some times thins sour cream. Recent Bride Complimented With Shower Mrs. Harold D. Carter, recent ride, was complimented with drop-in wcddinf shower Tues- ay evening at the home of Irs. Phillip Ruble on Rosemont rtve. She is the former Debra Lynn Edfin. daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Herman Edgin of Fayetteville. Mrs. Origin, soe- Announcements Wyman Community Club will have its monthly potluck supper and meeting at 7:34 p.m. Saturday at the Community Building. All residents of the community are invited to come and bring a covered dish. Gary and Gayle Cook will be host and hostess. Household Hint To make baby's bottle brush' last longer, wrap the brush in waxed paper and store It In he refrigerator between washings. The bristles will stay stiff, and a brush with stiff bristles does a better job. ctal guest received for the evening corsage of orchid. ris and Mrs. Carter received ssisting were Mrs. Calvin Metis. Mrs. Raymond Garrett Mrs. James Chism and Mrs .'D. Masterson. Around SO guests called bet ween the hours of 7 and 9 p.m. a corsage of pink rosebuds. For the occasion Mrs. Carter chose a floor-length ensemble consisting of a plaid skirt, long sleeved blouse and coordinating vest. The gift table was coverec with a white linen cloth and accented with an arrangemen of red roses in an antique cry stal bowl. Mrs. Carter was as sisted in opening gifts by Miss Marsha Garrett and Mrs. Linda Hitt. Guests were served in t h e dining room from a table cover ed with an ecru lace cloth an centered with Tropicana rose arranged in a marble and cry stal candelabrum. Other mas floral arrangements of summe flowers were used throughou t h e e n t e r t a i n i n g area Greeting guests at the dob wer« Mrs. John Mahaffey an Mrs. Gerald Harriman. Others LOSE UGLY FAT Start «eI«M todiv *r MOlflCT RACK. MONADUX Is a llnjr wilt help curb your «*sir» lor excet* food, Rat lew-weigh teu. Contain* no gerous drugs «rd wH) not make yoa nerrow. No atrttmoui txeretoe. anna* your Itft . . . iUrt today. MOWADKX cmti 15 IB for a » o*y wcVb- «vl R-00 (or twic* tin ·mount. Los* ugly f*t ar W with no your . money will b* r*mn a E. Center Man Order* Fife* Removal of Unwanted Hair Permanently -- Gentry -- Safely en Face, Arms. Logs, Body by Becrrorysis (the only medically approved way) Licensed by the State of Arkansas Phone 521-3540 LEIGH'S CLINIC Office Hours: Than. »:3t a.m. -7:1*p.m. Frl. »:3t a,m. - S:»» p.m. Sat. «:M am. -12:1* moe Mrs. Mabel Rodgers ol Route 4, Springdale, announces the engagement of her daughter, f.inda B«ll«, to Jason Larry H olden, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jason Lee Holden of Route Z, KayettecUle. All friends and relatives Engagement Told are invited io attend the wedding at 2 p.m. on Sunday, June 16, in the Full Gospel Holiness Mission Charch in Fayeileville and (he reception to follow at the home of the bridegroom's parcn(s. iiiii »«« IWIIIINIIIIIIIUIIMIIINUIIII uniiwiiiniiiiiii EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUBS MiimMffltMimiiMiiH tiMiinuu mm wimiiunimiiiit nniiiiiuiiiiiraiiinmiiiiiinim BAPTIST FORD Thirty-five persons attended the luncheon and party for members of Lincoln Club last week. Tables were decorated with spring flowers and each guest's place was marked wilh a potholder as a souvenir. The centerpiece on the serving table was a cake in the shape of the clubhouse with the word, "We Welcome Lincoln Club, baked and decorated by Mrs. Don Taylor. Committee in charge was Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. Kenneth Drake. Mrs. David Morkrid, Mrs. Jay Wyman and Mrs. Arthur Miller. Games were directed by Mrs. Taylor assisted by Mrs. W. T. Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Miller and Mrs. E. A. Payton Mrs. Luedell Kley, president of the Lincoln Club, arid Mrs. W. P. McConaughy, president of the hostess club, each gave a resume of their respective clubs. The group will be entertained by Mt. Comfort Club on June 6 and is asked In meet at the home of Mrs. Icy Miller at 11 a.m. to pool rides. The regular monthl ymeeting will be lield on June 14 in the home nf Mrs. Glen Will on Sunrise Mountain at 11:30 a.m. Sorry. 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